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VOL. LXXI, No. 58


Thursday, January 31, 1974.


Hotel union to take


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE TOURISM PICTURE grew gloomier today as
hopes for an early, strike-free settlement of the hotels
contract dispute dimmed with the Hotel and Catering
Workers Union's disclosure that industry employees will
take a strike vote Sunday night.
The decision to call for a
vote to decide whether strike
;t i, i! nucessarN, will bhe
taln foll-u.s more than seven
w ,-' of,, intensive negotiations
wiih the lHotel mnploycrs


itenitioe a rcelicnt oilV






bas hae been reached by _
h h no sign o any Monday Feosbruad cry contracts
,i hie on feels Mr. lined to make
that turlhcY ... C.ti, could
produce a scittiemnt in seven y statement on what is likely
is ut as far as the happen after that date if no
ss concerned fi nal rmnt is rachd.
iltin, 'hao w been reached by
Ibt Ih itlih-- with no sign of any until Monday, February 11.
I cmpromise on 11 Mr. Glinton declined to make
m,{, a '-., including pay any statement on what is likely
crrc. to happen after that date if no
Ii a pris, conterencc this final agreement is reached.
alir, n union secretary The announcement of the
obbhh Glinton was, as usual, strike vote scheduled for 8
t,. ilat to discuss the p.m. Sunday at Taxico Union
'r,.,b.i:flities of strike action if Hlall on Wulff Road raises
the ,, ik, r, approve it Sunday. anew the question of whether
11. Nvoild sc y only that in a in the eye of the law the union
i lcci tos nioring Labour has fulfilled all the
i, liford L.. Darling prerequisites for legal
jn'-- s, and both union ,r[, ..t, [-pJ.es.
V In t migiced to The Industrial Relations Act
,inue -.otiations at least demands that the Labour


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IOS: $334 m. assets


Sil 1I(;HT over some
: 4 milliIn in frozen assets of
' oIN o mutual fund empire
=. Ad toili. in the Bahamas
Sr, : mourt with a battery
ii B 'a.iinian and- British
It ; yis .,ip a';irini,.
i(S inv'stlment Program has
Sppi V toi have an interinl
irt.ri.iitory injunction, which
sie,:cs tda., continued, so as
to restrain 26 banks and trust
inmpanis c rWrn disposing or
itixrwisc dealing with any
i,,'iisi:,, sekulities or assets of
the coimpair .
I he ca se before, Mr. Justice
.. i, Smith was pleaded by
S Robert (.offt Q.C., from
the UInited Kintdom.
\tpearing with him on behalf
oft lnvL-tiiimet Program is Mr.
-rincv Ic'rrins, also from the
t K wh i is acting as junior.
,;tl counsel for Progr.ian
.Ire t!he Ilon. Fugene Dupuch
Q and Mr Orville
I urmq uI 'st
iOutlininc the case this
morning. Mr. Gotff said the first
iu n;'mctiomn wias granted ex part
.n Auiugtst 20, 1973. It was
',ntinucd (n October 2, 1973
A.nd '.ain on November 20,
1073 until January 31. 1974
Hic said that the defending
parties c.i be divided into two
rIronpts the dollar fund
holding companies of IOS and
!hc Ma.inaelent companies.
Undcr lr t tl nds hie named:
Sii md oit funds International
I I nveCstment Irust (I IT).
Ve nt ure FI und; FoOI
Pr opi ic t airy Funds and
I iinslobal (irowth Fund.
1 hc rimnagemient toipanies
iere 1OS t;rowtli Management:
11 I Mlanag.icment: FO1:


By NICK KELLY

Management and Venture
Man gemnen I
By far the most important
defendants are the funds
themselves, lie added.
,sininu, further the
manner in which shares were
purchased, Mr. Goff said that
from the timtne the mutual
funds were incorporated lOS
Investment Program had been
the medium through which
those wishing to invest could
do so.
The tund in question in
which the investment was to be
made was specified on the
application. 1The share
certificates were held by a
custodian on behalf of
Investment Program.
In a few cases share
certificates were issued .Jir.. It%
to the investor, in which case
he then became a shareholder
in the fund-holding company.
Otherwise the plaintitr
company (lOS Investment
Program) would he the
shareholder in the fund holding
company.
A distinction, he said, had to
be drawn between the
shareholder and the certificate
holder, and it was this
difference which was in
dispute.
Mi. (,oftf then circulatied a
family tree" to the various
counsel show ing the
inter-relationship of the various
Iunds, and proceeded to
explain their operation.
lOS Investment Program is
claiming that it has ian
nht"u:tion to tho'" c : .;;;


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Stevedore discharged in
RUPIR r SFYMOUR, a By SIDNEY DORSETT stand
43-year-old McPherson Street B strike
stevedore charged jointly with men decided to change their ('a
Norman Cltarc in the June 20 pleas injury
stibbing oh their co-worker iThe decision to change pleas was
iulih C(amphell at the Union came shortly after the reading week
whart, last year. was cauioned of the indictment sheet when apB
and discharged by Suprenmie the defence requestedand was vi an
court t Justice Maxwell granted an adjournment for the tro
'Thompson tis morning. men to consider the course crini
Seyvnilotur anId Cleare, who they would take. chart
was fined $200 or serve six Crown counsel l Alpin invol
months in prison, were Russell said the offence was O
represented by attorneys preceded by a fight between his
Henry Bostwick and David C' Cleare and Campbell at the fearf
Bethell Ambassador Club, Fast Street Cam
The two initially pleaded the previous night. Cam!
not guilty to the charge and a Campbell was accused of with
jury. headed my Mr. Matthew kicking Cleare in the back thou
Sawyer, was ordered by the when he saw Cleare and get h
court to return a guilty Obediah Edgecombe wrestling. CI
finding by the judge after the Cleare made a complaint of the with
w, W 7 kicking to police who urgei
discouraged him about carrying lenie
GLASS& out a vow to get revenge. M
S But the following day, while with
CHROMEz at work at the Union Dock, beha
EETAG RES Cleare became engaged in a incid
X scuffle with Campbell and had,
M I stabbed him in the stomach, clear
KIt VAUIN1119Rr 111,[ the prosecution said. to I
NASSAU. FREEPORT During the scuffle, he said beha
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Sunday


in the Ministry's view the
Wl- workers have had notice was filed before the
ay increases for union and management had
ears.... exhausted their own powers of
bi-lateral :,e;.ii.i ii,.n
.says Bobby Glinton. And today, it was revealed.
hotell union secretary. Mr. Darling himself has
indicated that the dispute was
not officially registered. If the
union does strike, it will in
ry must be notified of effect be 1Jllencint the
istence of a dispute, that Minister, saying the union is
ority of the workers right under the law and the
ned vote for a strike, Minister is wrong.
mat 53 days elapse after Mr. Glinton said today that
Ministry was notified agreement has been reached
employees leave their only on sections of the
contract relating to the right of
early as November 7 the the hotel to make various
notified the Ministry regulations, to staff vacancy
contract dispute existed, notices and to promotions and
a letter from Chief placements
rial Officer W. L. L. The unionist said partial
a few days later, while agreement has been reached
wledging receipt of the and full settlement appears
s notice, suggested that possible "hr. i'ch further
negotiations in contract
provisions re:lting to scales of
fi ht overtime pay, scales of sick
leave, disciplinary action,
probation periods and
m Certificates and that contractual employment
m, as the agency through periods, the check-off system
investment in the funds (where union clues are
ade, is the only proper deducted from salaries and
1m through which paid to the union in lump sums
ary distribution should by the hotels) and on the
le duration ot the new dgiee:i. lit
ly other mode of There is considerable
ution will infringe the difference of opinion, however,
of holders of Program according to Mr. Glinton whi.n
cates and of Program it comes to:
ill or may result in part The right of management
e assets of Ihe Funds to manage their properties is
ing irrevocably forfeited subject to the union's right to
te authorities claiming to negotiate on manage ni.'
control over or title tm decisions adversely ailte ing
assets." the comnani's w,,rkeis:


staterriment says.
gram is asking therefore
all monies, securities aLnd
of the funds as well as all
s and records belonging be
ied and that a receiver for
Program be appointed.
c' liquidator would take
ssion of the company's
and carry out a
nation of all funds tinder
spices and direction of
court.
is understood that on the
of figures made available
e Securities and Exchange
mission, lIT holds $206
in in funds; Fund of
s S93 million: Venture
S38 million and $7
on in Transglobal as of
nber 31, 1972.
ese funds however. are
n in banks and trust
panies world wide. InII a
her of instances
nation proceedings have
instituted by the host
nments.
e hearing in the Supreme
A is expected to last



stabbing
ding nearby was seen
ing Campbell on the head.
rmpbel! was seriously
ed during the incident and
in hospital for over five
5s.
it. attorney Bethell,
aring for Cleare said that
pbell was a known
blemaker with a long
final record who had been
ged with several offences
ving the use of knives.
n the day of the stabbing,
client had gone to work
ul of being attacked by
pbell. When he saw
pbell approaching him
his hand in his pocket, he
ght that he was about to
hurt.
eare then stabbed himr
the knife, he said. He
i the judge to deal as
ntly as possible
r. Bostwick, who agreed
Mr. Bethell on the
viour of the victim of the
lent said that his client
up until the present, a
n criminal record. He was
be looked at as a well
lived family man who had
r molested anybody.


The length of the
work-week for clerical sta.li,
where management does not
agree to the reduction from 42
to 38W hours demanded by the
union,
The sliding scale foh
annual vacations:
The union's demand that
six weeks paid maternity leave
apply to all women employees.
rather than only to those with
two years' seniority or more.
e Management's demand to
delete the section relating to
payment of expenses tor
on-the-job injuries because
they expect National Insurance
to take effect shortly and to
cover that aspect (the union
does not want to assunie in
early introduction oft Nation.il
Insurance, and wants the right
to renegotiate the section it
the light of benefits provided
by National Insurance)e
The union's demand for
the supply of two newi
u nifornis per iuniformiie d
employee each year as
opposed to management's
statement that they cannot
afford it;
The union's deniand f l
guaranteed gratuities (service
charges) because salaries lio
tip-receiving workers are set on
the assumption that tips twill
augment their ioniome t 1 a
certain amount:
The sliding scale tor(
severance pay;
The medical insuirance
scheme, which again the hotels
want to discontinue
immediately on the assumption
that National Insurance in11l
soon cover it, and in whihi
area the union again wants to
wait and see just what National
Insurance will eive workers.
o The union's demand that
provision of bus services tor
employees, already in effect,
become a contractual
obligation of management:
Wages.
Some workers, lie said, have
had no pay increases for four
years.


0


A RECEPTION was held at
zGovernment House poolside
for the Methodist Synod
Tuesday evening. Some of the th
guests were photographed
above with the Governor to
General Sir Milo Butler and
Lady Butler. From left: Rev ci
Edwin Taylor. Chairman of sc
the Methodist Church in the t/
Bahamas; Rev. Charles Curry
of Wesley Church and Mrs.
Curry; Sir Milo and Lady o
Butler; Rev. Eric Clard of tm
Grand Bahama; Mrs. Edwin ca
Taylor, and Rev. Dennis
Magnus of Ebenezer Church.
Photo: Howard Glass.


Alice Hill


Jones dies
NURSE Alice Hill Jones,
(pictured) 71, died at the
Princess Margaret Hospital at
midnight after a three-week
illness.
Nurse Jones. who did
outstanding welfare work in
the Bahamas during the years
she headed government's
Infant Welfare Clinic,
qualified as a nurse at Skin
and Cancer Hospital, New
York, in 1925. She worked in
the operating theatre at Skin
and Cancer for many years
before returning to Nassau
She was appointed head of
the Infant Welfare Clinic on
her return from New York
and remained in this po'.
until 1958 when arthritis
forced her retirement.
She suffered from this
crippling disease until the
time of her death. Several
operations recently to correct
her condition were unsuc-
cessful.
In 1956 she was made a
Member of the British Empire
(MIBFI in recognition of her
welfare work.
Nurse Jones was an active
member of the Crippled
Children's Committee and the
Santa Claus Committee.
which collected toys and gifts
tor poor children at
Christmas time. She was also
an active church worker.
She is survived by her
cousin. Miss Mary B. Alburv.
two sisters. Mrs. Albert Lloyd
and Mrs. Rowena Eldon, and
an adopted son, Leonard
Jones. Among her many
nieces and nephews surviving
is Bishop Michael Eldon.
Bishop of Nassau. She was
predeceased by her husband,
Cecil, two years ago.
Funeral services will be
held at 4 p.m. Sunday at St.
Francis Xavier's Cathedral.
Monsignor John Finger will
officiate. Interment will be
made in the Western
Cemetery.
FIRE RELIEF FUND
GRACE Gospel Chapel has
started a Fire Relief Fund for
Mrs. Cynthia Nixon. whose
home in Sunshine Park. wjs
completely destroyed b\ lire
on January 29.
Any contributions may be
deposited to the account which
has been opened at the Roy al
Bank of Canada, Palmdale
Branch.


INVESTITURE OF MONSIGNORI
THE investitutre of the Very tomorrow at 8 p.m. at St.
Rev. John Finger and the Rev. Francis Xavier's Cathedral. The
Preston A. Moss as honorary investiture will be carried out
prelates to His Holiness Pope by Bishop Paul Leonard
Paul VI, with the title of Hagarty.
Monsignor, will take place


THEi IfTIIHODIST CHURCH is to award
rrec scholarships at University or College level
i deserving young Bahamians.
Acting upon the recommendations of a
committee appointed to consider granting the
'holarships, the Methodist Synod will award
iree scholarships a press release said ti dar
Two of these scholarships will he in the field
f education, whilst the other will be awarded
" a young Bahamian interested in pursuing a
career in social work or community service.
These scholarships, valued at 52'000 each per
'mum, will be awarded as from September.


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luenced by the type
that he has been
d with here of late.


i also serve the police
m | take a look at the
1 of some of thes-
t karate during the
years and find out
are doing these last


in addition to
Sig these schools a
control is also needed
movies that are being
to our children, so that
roughly bad situation
4t get worse.
there be no mistake,
are being murdered and
in our country with the
th the expectation regularity that only
ed professional criminals




h h v never forget that
Sigibi tr th nome high time that our






Pif gicula ty i f re cr iti g a n o rem
Crslleof Parliment cut out
said. An it wtoias .andsuppress tht thu ese
intitution. Ahes shte crimes with the drastic

inscheme might resulgrantin these mre
t the Bahama nomy is tourism based,
T Meethodistc it or not will remain
difficulaty in recruiting an me to come,
Bahamian teachers jbr its two eon. Minister of
College and St, Paul's, Freep,.I to call any
said. And it was hoped that thil root of
scheme might result in more i crimes
Bahamians coming into their educai.. o
institutions.


Stock fraud charges BURNED


against Howard



Hughes dismissed


CHIARGES of stock fraud
against billionaire Howard
Hughes in the purchase of a
regional U.S airline were
dismissed Wednesday by a
federal judge in Nevada who
called the indictment one of
the worst he had ever seen.
U.S. district court judge
Bruce Thomoson dropped all
nine counts in the federal
grand jury indictment against
Hughes who is now living ii,
the Bahamas, and four other
persons.
In Washington the Jut-ice
Department immediately said
it would seek another
indictment against the five
persons as soon as possible.
Department spokesman Robert
Stesenson said government
Ilaiyers will seek to rewrite the
charges in order to correct
defects cited by Thompson in
his decision Wednesday.
Charged along with the
much-hidden and much-
travelled Hughes were Robert
Maheau, Chester. C D)avis.
David B. Charnay and Janes H.
Nail.
The indictment related to
chargess that Hughes and others
conspired to drive down the
stock of Airwest, a western
feeder airline, and then
pressured directors to sell to
lfughes, who subsequently
bought the airline and reniamiedi
it Ilughes Airwest.
WORST S I \
U..S. district court judge
Bruce Thomnipson. in dismissing
the original indictment, said it
would be "a perversion ot
justice" to try the five men
under the indictment Htie said
it was the worst indictment he
had seen in 3o years in the
legal profession.
Judge lhompson said the
document should have bee,,
more specific. It contained
duplicated charges and left
room for speculation or
interpretation as to what the
offence actually was, he said.
U'.S attorney Devoe Heaton.
appearing shaken by the
dismissal of the charges and the
criticism, said yesterday h.'
would seek ,a new indictimeit
from thie same grand jury



'Eat & Grow
WOL' 1 \ I IT be a
wonderful thing to be able to
light oft old age to be as full
of pep. enthusiasm and vitality
at 60 us we were at 25?
Most of us know people
who. despite their calendar
sears, have boundless energy,
uip and enthusiasm.
Science tells us that many of
us could feel better, live longer.
have more sparkle and pep if
we only took the trouble to eat
the "right kind" of foods.
You'll learn about eating the
right kind of foods and feel
worlds better as a result after
you read Lelord Kordel's "Fat
and Grow Younger," which
starts tomorrow in The
Tribune.


which returned the rejected
one on December 27.
On Tuesday, the day before
the Nevada hearing, Mr. Justice
Maxwell J. Thompson granted
an interim injunction here in
Nassau restraining the Chief
Magistrate and all other
stipendiary and circuit
magistrates of the Bahamas
from issuing i w rant for Mr.
Hughes' arrest in any proposed
extradition proceedings by the
U.S. government until after the
action was tried or a further
order made.
Application for the
injunction was made by Mr
Kendal Isaacs, Q.C. and Mr.
Kendal Nottage, who are acting
on behalf of Mr. Hughes.
Application for an interim
injunction in the Bahamas was
to block an attempt to have
Mr. Hughes arrested here
before the merits of the U.S.
extradition case had been
ascertained.
Before dismissal of the
Nevada indictment a further
hearing on the injunction here
had been set for February 7. It
is not known whether this
hearing will now be dropped.
The Tribune reported
Tuesday that Mr Justice
Thompson had granted Mr.
Hughes' attorney, s lease to
amend their Inreiating
sunimons. N'o 'li.niion
however was made oI the
interim injunction restraining
any magistrate from issuing a
ws a or his arrest
This omission by I he
Tribune was due to thile tact
that the Court Order, as made
available tu this paper.
contained no reference
whatsoever to the interimI
injunction.
It said only that lease iwas
granted to amend the
originating summons as
presented by the Hughes
iawyci., and the for!- which
this amendment would take.
This morning The Tribune
learned that due to an error on
the part of a court clerk, the
section of the Judge's Order
pertaining to the interim
injunction was omitted by
oversight from the copy made
available to The Tribune.


Younger' ser
This hard -hitting
commentary on present-day
food habits is a considered
study by Lelord Kordel, who
has enthralled audiences
throughout the world with his
lectures on the whole business
of food values and how little
we know about keeping
ourselves in condition by
eating adequate amounts of
selected foods.
'The Tribune expects its
readers will get a kick out of
Lelord Kordel's free-swinging
attack on this generation's
eating habits. If you're a
hit-and-miss eater with a
penchant for pastries, you may
not like what Kordel will tell
you but you may be forced


UP!


TIMOTHY Gibson Primary
School teacher Raphael C.
Whylly was late getting to the
Market Street campus this
morning. hut he had a good
explanation- his 1968 Ford
Escort car burst into flames at
Collins Avenue and Shirley
Street as he was on his way to
school.
Mr. Whylly dropped his
wife at the Collins Ave.
entrance to the Education
Ministry headquarters at S:30.
Mr. Whylly drove off, and
when he reached the
Collins-Shirley corner he
noticed smoke pouring out ot
the engine compartment.
The teacher sensibly
switched oft his ignition and
got out of the car to
investigate. But even before he
opened the hood he saw flames
and dashed across the street to
call the Fire Service.
In seconds the whole front
of the car was ablaze, and
before firemen arrived on the
scene a couple minutes later
the fire had spread along the
sides of the car and into the
passenger compartment.
The fire-fighters arrived only
just in time to stop the spread
of the flames before they
reached the gas tank in the
trunk. Mr. Whylly had topped
off his tank yesterday.
But the four firemen on the
scene still had a problem: the
heat had fractured the car's
gas-line in several places, and
fuel was leaking onto the road
and the flames threatened to
spread all over Collins Avenue
along with the water from the
fire hose.
Ihe quick-thinking firemen,
however, quickly brought a
foam extinguisher into action
and put out the fire.
Fhe car. NPF 692, was
completely destroyed. Mr.
Whylly paid $1,400 when he
brought the car second-hand.
Some of Mr. Whylly's pupils
will not be getting any marks
for work done. Mr. Whylly. a
Grove resident, had his
briefcase in the car and things
happened too fast for him to
save it. The case and all its
contents were reduced to little
more than ashes.



ies tomorrow
to admit there is something in
what he says.
So if you want to feel 10,
15, 20 years younger and enjoy
new power, new joy-of-living;
if you desire to turn failure
into success and devitalizing
illness into rugged health
then this outstanding series of
articles is a "must".


INK SMEAR


concession wihn .e iahm.s Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


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l slah t Ljin be d n 'e is done
I: 'scuissing im\ legislative
ic -i,'ndaltions for thins
o si i'; ., ional session .
th .: .' I shall dos s o in the
.' \t 0! thue advancess luti
h.ii isuia bhccin inade, thec
I'- ': "l;:- t t lel Cilain. Janl lhie
i'.:.i ,ppo'rtiunitics to iiake

I hi\i siitr tid wilh certain

I1 .i s isi ta\ hiurlden on
rlie \;'r. 'icJn.' ta\pa\ er should
it t 'sreas
t !i i 1 e1I id b ite ca tied to
thesr.-nslfliihould be scaled tos
s\hi j;' prldentlly be spent
x thi C i'c i ieC l ri r'eves nues tliat
I\\ .'-i ' rcncra scd bh lihe
\i -s !! t .j\ srisict ure til full
iiti;: .itwh';:', o our rcSOurCes
I! r .,ies, in federal
spcseing -houll ic kept to a
ini iii ''!.!i; bui l the budget
shliud. l'c lle\ible enough to be
i ts :'. si.'ss,ir to n alltailln
o N 'vd prospect i
it is essential that we
bis..l ihc old hiabiti o
regardti!; I i federal program.
ons .il isb! .ish.d, as permanent:
wv is'' i' leain to scrap old
iprogr-, r -. thit arc noit longer
'MCt'ste i r needed inn avour of
n;'w o ices that ai e hI is is the
\ !. i \ s.i\ we can afford to ido
I u\ i iiuist bc done.
V ittin these .ir I i,, -.
Ii eIc arsc niuniib r o)t major
cw inlti x'l\esx which are ripe
to! action in li"-'4 several of
Sinch can bel milestonesn o our
liarch th a liIU s)r greater
Irieidonm. greater opportunity


ST. (; I ORGI'S "'I Ih u
tf the strike is nio)% gsonei
beyond the mere demaniiidi to
end alleged police bitit:nhIty"
on the island ot i rci.a.da,.
( ha imber of on)Imercre
president Fred isippini said
"'\Ve ii\v want tto f)rc' tile
stignattitn of Preinn r Il i
( .irt\ Ti'ppin tlathl admitted
in ar. iItI'rli'w. "3usinessmen
arc a riaI t (I air\ \ ill tuin our
island lllt, .i p ltice st.ittc.
I oppin s coIuIinIiInc l it a milt'
itl cr t ihc 133-sq .urc- Unile island
hal c depends, hc\II\ on
i T i snt i tn11 II II IL t i" t.'cd
Sl.iCts (I aJ '.tId. d tlhe I'l l 'led
Il i'di ti cil l iit c the i \lcti of
a sCtie s ,it lah, ir rLrani/Ced
strikes against tlie o()ernir ent.
Visitors spend more than
S h million .ln ualli oni
(ricnada. tust h (0 f niiles north of
rinridad, acsiiiding to Chase
Manhattan bank.
I ippii attci'lpt.'d to nairowsl
t ,l' issue sti)\s iI to tfie
pi-.in. alir 'I the s(I)0-\ear-old
bl isk ca.idcr. nI C;,jii\ the
liam u iititii1 poltiical leader
tri il the int'iment the island
became le a British associated
state in 1967.
G(ienada, inhabited mostly
hi\ 110.000 black West Indians,
now planned to be
independent on Feb. 7, and to
bleak a more than 200-year
pAitical tie with I ngland.
Giarr. however, has elected
not to confront the labour and
business leaders in Grenada's
capital of St Genorie's where
tlhe protest was centered. St.
(;eorge's. the island's largest
town has a population of about
1 1.000.
Instead, Gairy remained
alool at "Mount Royal," his
hill-top home near the capital
Armed guards stood out in
front. lie remembered that he
won the 1972 election by 59
per cent of the votes cast and
won 13 of the 15 seats in
Parliament.
A government spokesman
explained that "the main issue
ot the 1972 election was
independence."
(;iary believes his strength
"is in the country and not here
in the city," he explained. "1


Thr Z ribunu


FIRST

STEP TO

GIVE UP


officials in community and
economic develop merit
programs
Sixth, we make a crucial
breakthrough toward better
t r a n p o r t a t i o n b v
strengthening the ability of
local communities to deal with
their t ansportation problems.
Seenth. we reform our
system of federal aid to
education to provide it when it
is ne:%eld. here it is needed,
and so that it will do the most
for those who need it most.
Fighith. we make an historic
beginning on the task of
defining and protection the
right of personal privacy.
Ninth, we start on a new
road toward reform of a
welfare system that bleeds the
t, .xp1 yer. Lorrodes tlil'
community and demeans those
it is meant to assist
And tenth, toge her with the
other nations of i world, w-'
establish the ec nic frame
work within which nmericans
will share more .lly in an
expanding world trade and
prosperity in the years ahead,
with more open access to both
At the start of this
congressional session, the No. I
legislative concern must be the
energy crisis.
The cooperative efforts of
the American people, together
with m:eaisures already taken by
thile administration, have
. ,;i:. i, i .. reduced the
immediate impact of the
energy\ crisis .
1 \s .1 with tihL 111ull1
cooperation o f ill os t
A\nicr iali.O however,. xe will
still t.iae real challenges and
genuine shortages in lithe
months and .Nears iinmediately
ahead To meet these
challenges, we must change o1ur
p) att 'I ns of ene rgc y
con sumiption and production,
we must press forward with tire
development of reliable new
energy\ sources, and we imuist,
adju.It to the fact that the ae
of unlimited supplies of cICheap
enrcrg is ended...
I rspect ive of the
possibility of restoring the flow
of Middle Last oil, we must act
now to ensure that we are
never again dependent on
foreign sources of 'ipplv for
our energy needs. We must
continue to slow tihe rise in our
rate of consumption, and we
must sharply increase our
domestic production.
Th'e effects of energy
cornsers-ation can be ftll at
o n c e A I r e a td t i c
responsiveness of tlihe \mnericanii
people to tlie recent crisis liais
proved to be thie major factor
in helping to avoid the serious
consequences that thie winter
night have brought. I hat
conservation must continue.
The required increase in
domestic supplies cannot he
achieved so rapidly Those
measures which I request be
given the highest priority are
the following-
A special energy act which
would permit additional
restrictions on encervg
consumption and would
postpone temporarily certain
Clean Air Act requirements for
power plants and automotive
emissions:
A windfall profits tax
w o ui 1 d prevent private
profiteering


iand greater prosperity for all.
In particular. 1974 can be
thie year in which:
First, we not only break the
back of the energy crisis, but
also. through Project
Independence, lay the
toutidation for our future
capacity to meet America's
energy needs from America's
owin resources at reasonable
prices and with adequate
environ mental protection.
Second, we take another
giant stride toward lasting
peace in the world not only
continuing our policy of
negotiation rather than
confrontation where the
greater powers are concerned,
but also by helping toward the
achievenent of a just and a
lasting settlement in the Middle
I ast
third we will check the rise
in prices, w without t
a dm ministering the harsh
!'edircIne iof recession, and
move Lthe economy into a
period of steady growth at a
sitstainable level.
Fourth, we establish a new
\ste si of comprehensive
health insurance that makes
h igh-quality health care
., ..il.iMI to every American inn
a dignified manner and at a
price he or she can afford.
FIifth. we continue to build a
new era ot achievement andi
responsivene:,s in state and
local government, by cutting
the strings of too tight federal
control that have bound the
hands of state and local


believe he could win anu
election easily at any ttine."
'An order in council'" the
independence document was
signed by the Queen on Dec.
19. It becomes effective Feb.
7, independence day.
A clash between police and a
new politicAd group, "the New
Jewel Movement." back in
October set the stage for the
current crisis, and gave the
opposition the chance t(o
centre their attack on Gairy.
Grenada was shutdown for
three days in December and
then again on Jan. 2. when
the electrical p',wcr company'
workers union '(idcred a strike.
(AP)


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on our


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.


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SMOKING

(CIlARLFSION. SC'. A
psychiatrist sa s thie first step
on te oad ie road to bicaking tile
smoking habit is to declte ine
whl vou started in lthe flist
place."
D)r Sylvester R. MIoll oI lihe
Medical Univrscit\ oi South
('arolina aInal/ ed tliIL'e i'is)iis
for smoking and gave soukI
advice on ilquitting in a l aTii lc
written tor tlhe Journal of tlhe
Sou th Carolina MediAil
Association.
lie said thie dcisirc to
c.onformi to social sanit,ldis
was the most important re asoli
a person starts smoking.
"I lie act of smoking allows
one tos cover iup social anislct
by providing .ill obielj 'Io
idgeCt itrh." he said. "All the
notions involved in taking the
cigaret trostl ti'e package to ln
first puff hIelp iireduce tcnsilis
and provide a rewarding reason
for having a cigaret.'
Most persons tiend to simllke
more when tens,. Laligtieid cs
uncomlfor table, hlie said.
"(li'hus ain effort sholisil Ie
made by those kicking th,
habit to get more rest. a\iid
conflicts, arguments andi
turmoil, and ton conditions( I
themselves to rcli\ thoiiighutil
tlihe day without tihe pisp nI ,i
cigaret." Miott said.
Ihie toughest p.ntii quitting is reaslia/ni i i i
ibsholute. lie said.
"Like an alcohol lice mus
recile that once lhe lis gi\c1n
,ip the habit, ihe lemnplalioi! in
smoke will linger andi loll and
comilplete abstinence lltsi bc
liractised if lie is Ito siceeCCd.."
\1hott said tIle pers n g\ int i
tip1 cigarets should "sIfI I mi '
c in pletels thle rnuo iii,'
Itllowed whlen l he pl'\r tiils\
'moked."
Hie gi c tins e.a!npl'
'Ift (a p rs n's l usu,il rouilie
involves arising from hide.,
putting oiln obe and s!ippcis.
pluggig in ilthe h nOtic' ,
then sitting sdows 'r l i he
kitchen table with a ciginct n'Il
a cutp of coffee, lie sih uldi
break up this routineC. "P'ei-
haps, lie could loregois rciidti
the paper in the ni innt i' ni
taking his colte ti 1tiit'c cinl
r o ni."( \ P)


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number of 'Latin AiIIneiI md
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CH RISTC'HURCH CG
Queen Elizabeth arrived at am es
the magnificent stadium
named in i her hionour here crow d
Iodav tor her first look at the
Commonwealth Games. er
A crowd of 35,000 gave cheer
her a tremendous ovation as
slie entered the arena after a Q ueen
dried through city streets.
Ihe Queen tlew in tromt
the Cook Islands with edl presentation was to
Princess Anne alnd Capt. Mark edal Vernn, of Engl as tnd
Phillips yesterday. They were Ju 'r h women's 100
Iet lic v Priiice Philip and who \oni the women's 100
met by Prce P.p ani i enters hurdles from Gay
Prinreadce arrived for thal )ell, of Australia and
already arrived odupe Oshikoya of Nigeria

[lic ro al visitors xwere Princess Anne and her
sta ilig on the ro\al acht. h sban d p re s e nted
Britania, :iln id which weightlifting medals.
\a;is tire Rosal Navv frigate Prince Charles attended the
Jupiter i whichh Prince badminton finals at Cowles
Charles is a conniilnicatOns stiaduin and swimming finals
oIichrl, alt Queen Eli/abeth II park
l Ie royal prt brought and presented medals before
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Thursday, January 31, 1974.


EDITORIAL


The tragedy of our times


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, November 24:- An article by Henry Taylor, sent
from New York, appeared in yesterday's Daily Telegraph. It is
both interesting and appropriate at this time because it reveals the
opinion held by the late President Truman of President Nixon
whose credibility is now undergoing severe examination by the
American people. Taylor reveals that in an interview with him 12
years ago Mr. Truman branded Mr. Nixon as a liar and discounted
the possibility of his ever becoming President of the U.S.
I also found it interesting because it confirmed an opinion I
held of President Eisenhower who played golf while he allowed
his Foreign Secretary, Foster Dulles, to mismanage the nation.
You will recall that it was Foster Dulles who was responsible
for the fatal blunder in the Suez crisis in 1956 when he stood
alongside the Russian representative in the United Nations and
condemned British Imperialism.
The only real Imperialist nation at the time ... and still today ...
was Russia and, as I predicted at the time, Uncle Sam's problem
with the Panama Canal today is only a case of "chickens coming
home to roost". Today's Panama situation is on all fours with
Suez 17 years ago.

"Former Harry S. Truman considered Richard Nixon ia
'shifty-eyed goddamn liar,' and said he was one of only two men
of America he could not stand. The other man was a former
Governor of Missouri," Miller wrote.
"Mr. Truman's blunt assessment of various political figures,"
continued Miller, "were tape-recorded in a series of interviews 12
years ago when he was 77. The interviews appear in a new book
Plain Speaking by Merle Miller.

I am going to quote the whole article because it is a fascinating
stury. Here is the balance of it:
In one of the conversations, Mr. Truman was asked why he
thought Mr. Nixon would be a "pushover" in any Presidential
election.
He replied: "Because Nixon is a shifty-eyed goddamn liar and
people know it. I can't figure out how he came so close to getting
elected President in 1960 (when he was beaten by John F.
Kennedy)."
Mr. Truman added: "They say young Kennedy deserves a lot
of credit for licking him, but I just can't see it. I can't see how the
son-of-a-bitch even carried one state."
The other man Mr. Truman "could not stand" was former
Missouri Governor Lloyd C. Stark, who accepted his support,
then turned against him politically.
EISENHOWER "COWARD"
Mr. Truman ranked most generals as pretty dumb, and lie
preferred to Dwight D. Eisenhower as a "weak field commander"
and a "political coward" in the period when Senator Joe
McCarthy was accusing people in Government of being
Communist sympathisers.
He stated: "When Eisenhower let McCarthy get away with
calling General (George) Marshall a traitor why that was one of
the most shocking things in the history of this country." As Mr.
Truman's Secretary of State Gen. Marshall enunciated the
"Marshall Plan" of aid for war-devastated Europe.
Mr. Truman disclosed he removed from Pentagon files
correspondence between Eisenhower and Gen. Marshall about ani
apparent plan by Eisenhower to get a divorce and then marry an
Englishwoman.
lie stated: "Why, right after the war was over, Eisenhower
wrote to Marshall saying he wanted to be relieved of duty. that he
wanted to come back to the United States and divorce Mrs.
EIsenhower."
Mr. Truman went on: "Well, Marshall wrote him back a letter
that if Eisenhower even came close to doing such a thing, he'd
not only bust him out of the Army, he'd see to it that never, for
the rest of his life would hlie bhe able to draw a peaceful breath."
According to Merle Miller Mr. Truman said: "I don't like
Fisenhower. You know that. I never have. But one of thle last
things I did as President I got those letters front his file in tie
Pentagon and I destroyed them."

This is the end of the Millei story.
I wouldn't agiee that President Eisenhower was a coward but I
do agree that he was not a great general and certainly not a great
President.
I base my opinion on his courage in a story told about 1him as a
boy.
lie was a country boy who enjoyed the out-of-doors life. His
parents were people of moderate means but he grew up in a
healthy, robust envnitonment.
One day lie injured his leg. It became infected and the doctor
decided to amputate. The young boy chose death rather than
amputation. lie solicited the aid ofa younger brother in his battle
to die a whole boy
lie asked his brother to mount guard at his door so that if lihe
fell asleep they wouldn't come and give him a needle to drug himi
so that he could be moved to the hospital for an operation.
The pain was excruciating but he grinned and bore it. He came
through this ordeal safely, leg and all.
This was not the behaviour of a coward but it did not give him
the qualities of a great general or a great president.
***************
From their experiences in the first world war. when the allies
made no progress in turning back the German advance until they
appointed Marshall Foch (French) Supreme Commander of Allied
forces, it was immediately decided when America joined the
Allies in thle second world war that they must again have a
Supreme Commander.
At that point Britain had already exhausted her resources.
America was coming in with the money, material and men to
brig victory to Allied arms. And so General Eisenhower was
selected. I am not sure but I think he was a Colonel when
America entered the war.
General Eisenhower proved to be a good choice. He was more
of a politician than a military strategist. This was important
because he had the ability to weld the leaders of the various
forces in the Allied army into a unified team.


hrIh Urtbunt
NuLLIUs ADDICTus JURARE IN VERBA MACISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributng Editor 1972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
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answer?
With our newly independent
nation seemingly crumbling
around our ears; we should
look first of all at the quality
of movies that children are
permitted to see.
There should also be an
enquiry into the numerous
schools of karate in the
Bahamas. There is no known
piece of legislation which
controls these schools, and
every year these very schools


turn out an average of between
3,000 to 5,000 trained and
semi-trained people, In most
instances these people are more
thoroughly trained than the
police force whose job it is to
keep the law! Mind you, you
cannot for one minute assume
that everyone studying the art
of karate is a criminal!
But you can safely assume
that a lot of people studying
this art are probably doing it
for the express purpose of


I'. I)DITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your newspaper to present the
following article.
During a recent debate in
the House of Parliment, Mr.
Cleophas Adderley FNM City
proposed National Service for
Bahamian youth rather than
have them on the streets,
looking for, and getting into
mischief.
Mr. Clement Maynard P.L.P.
Gambier, called this suggestion
stupid, and proceeded to
lambast Mr. Adderley and the
Press for the recent and most
astonishing leaps in "reported"
crimes.
I say "reported" because for
some reason or another a great
number of assaults, rapes, etc.,
go unreported.
Whilst Mr. Adderley's
suggestion of National Service
has it's merits, it also has one
serious flaw. That is, after this
period of National Service, if
the economy continues in it's


present tailship, where will the
ex-servicemen find jobs? The
experiences of our American
neighbour, show us that if left
unemployed long enough the
ex-serviceman, with his wealth
of military training can and
does if so inclined make a very
good criminal!
Perhaps this is why Mr.
Maynard cried, "stupid"; not
because Mr. Adderley's idea
was stupid, but because he (Mr.
Maynard) knew that it would
be stupid for the ex-servicemen
to expect to find a job after
National Service.
A defense force is a very
expensive venture filled with
many pitfalls; the most serious
of which will be, where to find
money for its finance.
Surely on top of rampant
inflation, national insurance,
and the like, the Bahamian
people shall not and cannot be
expected to shoulder this
additional burden. Well then
you may say what is the


eventually hurting or manning
someone. It is high time that
adequate control is exercised
over these Schools which are
turning out potential killers in
our midst.
I am convinced that these
sloppy Japanese karate movies
compounded by the casy
manner in which our Bahamian
youth can learn potentially
fatal karat chops, and punches.
is, if not at the root, not very
far from the root of the recent
rise in muggings, rapes,
robberies, etc.
Not long ago an unfortunate
young man was killed by his
attackers one of whom applied
to his neck a fatal "sleeper
hold".
In every karate movie there
is not a plot as such, the whole
movie centres around the hero
or heroine going from one
bloody encounter to another
literally destroying his or her
adversaries.
A big deal is also made of
the fact that prior to being able
to perform these superhuman
tasks, the person involved was
a 98 lb. weakling afraid of his
own shadow.
Only after strenuous and
torturous training at a school
of karate did this person
became a superhuman.
And there lies the crux of
the matter! Another startling
fact in these movies, is the
extreme manner which fellow
human beings are dealt with. In
almost every movie that I have
seen, the men are killed and
the women are violated.
No one can judge how
profound is the effect of these
acts upon a young impression-
able child: I would venture that
they are disastrous,
A certain pattern can be
seen from the recent crimes
conimited in our streets by
person or persons not yet
known. In almost every
instance the men are brutally
beaten and the woman violated
while their helpless husband or
boyfriend looks on.
Yes, I believe that any
survey taken into the recent


staple foods of limited variety
and these seem to be the ones
which invariably are so often
increased in price.
Perhaps more consideration
should be given to these details
when price increases are made,
especially when government,
by way of import or customs
duty. is the chief benefactor.
Thank you, 1ditoi, for the
space and time.
sign me
"CONFUSED"


It was generally known at the time that during the advance on
the western front after the V-Day landings at Normandy the
Germans nearly threw Allied forces back into the sea at the Battle
of the Bulge. It is said, that in that emergency Marshal
Montgomery ... or was it Marshall Alexander? ... assumed
temporary leadership and worked out counter measures that
saved the day for the Allies.
Montgomery was the hero of the critical battle of Alemain on
the African desert when his famous Eighth Army turned back the
victorious forces of General Rommel, Germany's greatest military
leader. And Lord Alexander was the victor in the invasion of
Italy. I can't remember now whether one or both of these men
were on the French front for the Normandy landings. Anyway it
was said at the time that British leadership stopped what might
have been a disastrous rout for the Allies at the Battle of the
Bulge.

America's really great generals were Patton and MacArthur.
It is interesting to recall that Patton almost lost his job for
slapping a private soldier in a hospital because he considered him
a coward.
A man who knew no fear and won his battles on raw. daring
courage. Patton could not brook fear or weakness in others.
His life ended tragically from an injury when he fell on a tent
stump at the end of the war. I believe the stump must have
punctured his intestines.
I suppose it can be said that General MacArthur's career ended
even more tragically because he was dismissed by President
Truman for pressing forward in the Korean war in a determined
effort to bring victory to American Arms.
Truman had ordered him to stop the advance. This order was
in keeping with America's fatal policy of appeasement in which it
has not yet been recognized that wars are fought to be won and
that a war of compromise is only a postponement and not a
settlement of the conflict.
At the time America alone held the atomic bomb. Had she
pressed forward at the time Russia would not have dared to enter
the conflict and China's emergence as a great power might have
been postponed for another century.

On the whole I think Truman will go down in history as a great
President but I believe that his dropping of the bomb on two
sleeping Japanese cities was unnecessary at the time as both the
forces of MacArthur and Lord Mountbatten were closing in
rapidly on the far eastern powers. The war would have been
longer, of course, but dropping the bomb served only to speed up
the emergence of the Atomic Age and introduced the reign ot
international terror which the world faces today.
Dropping of these bombs not only introduced a new element
of brutality to warfare but it also destroyed the lives of hundreds
of thousands of Japanese civilians ... and it later sent the
American flyer who dropped the bombs to a mental hospital in
the U.S., and finally to his grave, a haunted, broken man.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: People in the Bahamas will nevei
understand how serious the oil situation is toi people in northern
countries with the approach of winter.
I went into a single counter bank in a small country town
yesterday to convert some dollars into sterling. It was a iti
I oo0n.
"Please close the door behind you," the clerk said as I entered
the room. liHe was wearing a heavy coat buttoned up to his neck.
The room was cold because the restrictions on the use of fuel
in Britain are so severe that certw'in types of businesses aie not
allowed to turn on lltheir electrical heating facilities.
This morning's newspaper reported hath the ban oil cIhurchCs
using electrical heaters has been cased. Churches will now be
allowed to turn on their heaters in/ly six hours a week
Whatever may happen in this crisis in the Bahaimas it ,ill ibe
like the case of a man who complained that he had tno shoes unLil
lie saw a man who had no fect

Discussing conditions in the Bahamas in this column recently 1I
pointed out how serious it was when politicians ... in otder to
serve their selfish ends ... plant evil in the minds of a people.
I said that you can rebuild a house that has been destioved but
itme ... and suffering ... alone can cure the diseased ininds ot a
people.
Juan Peron had just returned to Angentina from I years oft
exile when I made that observation. During his dictatorship in
that formerly prosperous country Peron and his first wife viita
created a mental attitude among the people that destroyed the
economy of the country.
Since his exile many Presidents have unsuccessftills tried to
repair thile damage. Recently Peron was recalled to the counnyi lto
head the government in the hope that he might be able to clean
up his mess. I said that he would fail and that his image would be
destroyed.
This week he was taken ill and it was feared lie inighlt have a
heart condition, tinder the caption "No Time To Get Sack,
today's Daily Telegraph commented editorially.
"Peron returned from his 18 years exile in June and officially
took up the Presidency in October." The Telegraph wrote "He
found on his return that the Peronista movement, which was the
original creation of himself and his first wife Evita, had ii the
intervening period become savagely split into warring factions. Up
to this moment hlie has not been able to reconcile them.
"The principal division is between the old-style loyalists. based
mainly on organised labour, and a new left-wing 'youth' group
which has ambitions going far beyond such things as social
benefits. There has been a serious increase in political
gangsterism, kidnapping and beatings. Probably only Peron
himself could find the answer."
I say he can't ... and I know he won't.
The same pattern is developing in the Bahamas
*********** 4
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Reminiscences make one feel so deliciously aged and
sad. SHAW


EDITOR The Tribune,
May I be allowed to air the
following point of view in your
columns in the hope that the
public will clamnour for more
enlightenment from their
representatives as and when
events of publicity will be
permitted to receive and spread
the details.
Of particular interest at this
moment is the recent news of
an increase in the price of
bread, brought about by, so it
was reported an increase in the
price of flour and salt and
other items generally used in
the bakery trade. This news
was given great publicity over
the radio, which went into
great detail on the subject,
informing the public that
Purity Bakeries and been given
permission by the Price
Control Commission to make
these changes.
This news does not carry
any outstanding significance in
itself: seemingly the bakery
had found that they could not
carry the burden of extra costs
without passing these on to the
public. Such is the eenerallv
accepted way in business, and
understood by the consumer.
I he question, however, is
whether the increase..
suggested.. in the price of flour
and salt is justified when
bearing in mind the world
situation, where the U.S.A. has
recently sold millions of
bushels of wheat to Russia,
who in turn sold it over to
China at a profit. A
comparison of these two
instances would suggest that
somewhere along the line there
is an arrangement which, to say
the least, is very confusing.
Further, with salt being
p r u d uc d locally at
I nagua...unless the workers
have had a recent increase in
their wages...WHY ?
But aside from these
puzzling factors, the main
purpose in writing this letter is
to draw attention, official
attention too, I hope, ', thee
analogous situation of a few
short weeks ago when the
Petroleum Dealers Associatiori
felt they were entitled to
increase their prices to the
consumer and had to bring
their case to the public in a
forceful manner, despite their
effort to get government
approval for the increase
They were told, it was
reported, that their cl. i 1 .%as


not justified and yet
government took a large slice
of the increased price to itself;
this was apparently justified -
and they should consult with
the Price Control Commission
(this august body had been
dissolved at the end of the
year) which was at the time
non-existent, or in view of the
non-existent body, to place
their case with the senior
member of the former
committee, who would
"inform the NEW Price
Control Committee with
favourable details" ... a fob, no
doubt, to tide over the present
difficult situation.
Now, Mr. Minister of
Finance: is there or not a Price
Control Commission? If so,
when was it formed, and who
the members? If there is in
existence at this time a Price
Control Commission why was
the general public not fully
informed via all the news
media? If the price Control
Commission is still
non-functional why was it
reported that they had given
permission to Purity Bakery to
increase their bread prices? If
the individual spokesmana" for
the former Price Control
Commission was allowed to
authorise the increase for bread
why then could be not be
permitted to allow an increase
for gasoline? So many other
questions seem to be necessary
to fully clear this conundrum,
yet these must suffice ...
perhaps the loyal opposition in
the House will take it from
here.
As a final comment on this
particular topic; sight is
apparently lost to the persons)
at present responsible for the
rise (s) in the overall cost of
living that many of these
increases affect EVFRYONE-..
the wealthy -- and nouveau
riche the business
community and middle classes,
and also the poor ... and needy
Whereas the upper
classes in wealth can perhaps
afford to absorb these constant
increases in pnces .or can
economise by curtailing some
W..\STA(;, or cutting down .
little on luxuries, thit
community as a whole suffers
when foodstuffs increase in
price. In this manner the
poorer classes take a beating
because they subsist mainly on
(Continued in next column)


Nassau Beach Hotel

PROUDLY PRESENTS FOR YOUR PLEASURE

"MISS CANADA" & "MISS BAHAMAS"
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S..THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS....
Friday Feb. 1st. at 12:30 p.m.



in PINEAPPLE PLACE
AN EXCITING FASHION PRESENTATION

featimUil the test of 1e of Caiad's l$ i1 fasId im ifesi ers, Mnrilyni
Mrobks, shown for the first time anywhere.... ky a host of bo etifo l Iedols
combined with

A BAHAMIAN BUFFET LUNCHEON

With a delicious variety of Native Dishes and island sea food

Lunch $5.50 (tip included)

Music by the Dudley Smith Steel Band


T-^i~j u ^T ^ J^ U iA 'AI^"u"_I'


PRICE HIKES AND THE

COST OF LIVING


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SEES KARATE SCHOOLS & MOVIES AS CAUSE OF


crimes will show that the men
who have committed them are
greatly influenced by the type
of movies that he has been
bombarded with here of late.
It will also serve the police
well to take a look at the
graduates of some of these
schools of karate during the
last few years and find out
what they are doing these last
few days!
But in addition to
controlling these schools a
firmer control is also needed
on the movies that are being
shown to our children, so that
a thoroughly bad situation
does not get worse.
Let there be no mistake,
people are being murdered and
raped in our country with the
ease and regularity that only
seasoned professional criminals
can achieve.
It is high time that our
Members of Parliment cut out
the rhetoric, and suppress these
violent crimes with the drastic
measures required.
We should never forget that
our economy is tourism based,
and like it or not will remain
so, for a long time to come.
Perhaps the Hon. Minister of
Tourism can afford to call any
attempts to get at the root of
the causes of these crimes
stupid, simply because he is so
busy travelling around the
world at the people's expense,
that he is not faced with these
criminals.
Do not forget, however, Mr.
Minister that you and your
Cabinet cohorts will one day
no longer be in office; one day
you will not enjoy the benefit
of almost continuous police
patrols, while men are being
murdered and women are being
attacked and sometimes raped
within earshot of their children
and loved ones.
For God's sake!! For your
own sake, for our sake, wake
up, admit that our country is
being attacked at it's very roots
by elements, over which we are
not exercising sufficient
control.
Then and only then can we
begin to fight our way out of
this wave of terror, and look
forward to brighter days.
MICHAEL R. BROWN
Nassau,
JanuarN 25 1974.


DINNER DANCE
THE Inner Wheel Club
are holding a dinner dance on
February 9 starting at 7.30
p.m. at the Halcyon Balmoral
Beach Hotel.


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Thursday, January


4he ___rithune


Charging


into


the


space


age

CENTRALL GARAGE in
Oakes Field are showing of
their new Dodge Chargers for
1974 available in five models, a
wide range of colours and a list
of options which make the cars
practically custom made to the
driver's specifications.
All the Dodge Chargers offer
the driver engineering features
which make the Charger one of
'I the best buys of the year. The
factories where the engines are
made have electronic engine
function testers which help
keep substandard engines out
of the finished car. These
testers check the engines for


THE handsome and dependable Dodge Charger for 1974 is now available at Central Garage in Oakes Field.


correct exhaust pressure pulses,
a key factor in a


smooth-running, dependable
engine.
Dodge offers such space age
electronic advancements as
electronic ignition, silicon
electronic voltage regulator.
optional electronic digital
clock, and the factors-installed
optional electronic alarm
system.
The torqueflite transmission
is rugged and dependable.
There is no recommended fluid
replacement f l tre
replacement, or band
adjustment under normal
driving conditions,
I lie electronic .i ,
system is standard on every
Dodge built in the United
States. It is a proven system
which delivers up to 35 percent
more starting voltage than
conventional systems
Also standard is the
torsion-bar front suspension
which is more easily adjusted
for height than conventional
coil springs.
The Dodge ( Ilrgcr. have
unibody construction here
the body panels and structural
members are fused into one
unit by more than 4,000 tough
welds for strength and
durability.v
The Charger Raltlye package


is available on all V8 Charger
coupes and hardtops. It gires
the car a sporty, distinctiNe
look with its power bulge
hood. hood tie-down pins, rear
swaN bars. raised white letters
on the tires, and the special
rally instrument cluster.
Standard equipment on the
Chargers depending on the
model includes all-vinyl front
bench seats, or cloth and vin yl
bench seats, or the bench seat
with a central armrest
cigarette lighter, colour-kesed
carpeting, wood-grained vi:sl,
applique instrument panel.
three-spoke steering wheel with
the wood-grained vinyl insist
arm-mounted electric
windshield washers and
two-speed wipers, deluxe v\h-vI
covers, fixed quarters window,) %
hubcaps, anti many more.
In the safety line. Charge
has' it too, There are -' i.'
lIghts, breakaway I front
ashtray. .sitilih steering
columnn lock, dual braking
system with warning light.
energy-absorbing bumpsie
systems, head restraints.,
outside left mirror. padded
instrument panel and sun
visors, parking brake with
warning light. safety rim


wheels.
As far as options


concerned, the driver can
practically build his own car.i
Here is a choice of several
engines, a i r-c ondit ring,
bucket seats, automatic speed
control, power I0ont disv
brakes, remote control oun idc
mirror, power wind I,-.
ar!ious types lt ratIl a Id
stereo sets, rear seat 'p ke .
auto malc t r ansns insi.n,
'our-speed manual transni.,oiin:i
with i..r siointed shit, *ic
wheel covers, and three- seed
wipers.
here are iiany pa1ka.js
k which can be d
so make thMe Chargei cep :mn
i '....ti and efficient One
the trailer-towing p,.. kage
which allows the C!- : ;,i
tow uIp to t,000 pounds I his
one includes heavy\ dutys
suspension. wide heel.
built-in se\ven-wireC .l;,ilc
" Caring harness, high,-":.;
'attery and dual b i 1c: i
charging unit.
See thie five Charger msJodei
Charger SE,. ('h.g
two-door : itr :.i ,, C(harger
I wo-door .- o Cahirger
Rallye two-door coupe anid
Charger two-door R i!! .
hardtop at Central Garage,
Oakes Field


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Rises 11:41 a.m.
Sets 12:30 p 5.
First Quarter 2:39 a.in


BAHAMAS Minister of Tourism Mr. Clement Maynard, had an opportunity, to
informally with the regional managers of the Bahamas Tourist Offices of North A
recent cocktail party and dinner, hosted by the regional managers. The regional m ,e.s ...
in Freeport/Lucaya to attend a semi-annual meeting called by general manager -oa So,..
Pictured left to right are: Mr. Maynard; Richard Foreman, regional manager. Bahea.,as T, ,
Office, Los Angeles Mrs. John Sturney and Frank Ramey, regional manager. B62h -s T
Office, Dallas.


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DO WHAT PAUL WARFIELD SUGGESTS DROP IN AT A
BROKER'S OFFICE TODAY AND GET THE
SAN ANDROS STORY FIRST HAND !

And, all SAN ANDROS property owners are invited to meet the SAN ANDROS
SUPERSTARS at
3:00p.m. Saturday, February 2nd at
Ronnie's Rebel Room
DON'T MISS IT:
Drinks, Ronnie & his Ramblers, Pa Warfiei, Wenty Ford,
San Andros Executives, and fun for everyone.



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SAN ANDRYS
WELCOMES


EPAJEL OEIRELEE

AS A NEW PROPERTY OWNER

AND A MEMBER OF OUR

PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF



Hi! I'm Paul Warfield
Right now I'm on two winning teams the MIAMI DOLPHINS and
SAN ANDRVS, where my new teammate is Wenty Ford.
Ever since I started to play football in pick-up games as a kid in
Warren, Ohio, I set my goal on some day playing first-string on a pro
team good enough to win the world championship. As you know, that
dream came true.
4Now, I'm starting to look toward my future and financial security.
.- ~ One of the first things I did was buy land good land in San Andros,
*..NOW at the right price. Just as I did in my football career, I relied
on experience, knowledge and know-how. I have confidence in the men
at the helm of San Andros with over 100 cumulative years experience
*: :. ~in successful land development, both in the Bahamas and Florida.
Aside from investment potential, I especially wanted to find a Get-
A-Way place. I like to fish, sail, swim and relax. Honestly, if there's
a better place than San Andros to do all those things, It's a Well kept
secret!
I made a good move buying San Andros property for my enjoy-
ment today and my security tomorrow.
I'll be in Nassau and San Andros to get acquainted with my property
Owner neighbours
I'd like to meet you! San Andros will be hosting Open House parties.
You're all invited to join the festivities.
At 3:00 p.m., Saturday, February 2nd at RONNIE'S REBEL ROOM,
(behind the Anchorage Hotel). Wenty Ford and I will be on hand to personally
greet every one. You'll hear some interesting facts about the great progress that
has been made at San Andros and, perhaps, some football and baseball
stories you haven't heard before!
In the meantime, why don't you look into the opportunities at San Andros
for yourself. Perhaps you'll be my neighbour by the time I meet you. Any of the
San Andros brokers will be glad to give you the whole story, and I'll try to help
when we get together.
JSee you soon!






YOU CAN FOLLOW
PAUL WARFIELD'S LEAD AND BUY
PRIME LAND IN SAN ANDRYS
..,OwN1N&- AT THE RIGHT PRICE TODAY!


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The new & elegant



House of Churchill


S 111 HOl SI of Churchill,
i is newest men s
I N .i it uatecd in the
B.a' t Arade downtown,
, as its. name suggests
\X;, that, sass William
Hi Bill) Bannister. the House
h r hills ,outhftul
"a the general
wanted a name to
\: oh it his boutique was
S "'a sophisticated
S 1 ll nnite denoting
i Although the
i .Ct (hurchill is
i -i;:g-J.LrJl an d very mIIucI
in nI in's tas-hions it
Bannister said. a
:;l;\ torcr and he wanted
fl li. e that ~ould
I. ;id ic h" he i got the
J r: 1 -111c


The tasteful and luxurious
decor that greets you as you
walk into the House of
Churchill sets the stage for the
kind of clothes for sale.
The emphasis is on high
style and good quality.
The House of Churchill
claims to service all age
brackets. "Eyeryone likes to be


NMR HAROLD DORSETT, sales clerk at The House of
Churchill, fits a customer.


dressed up", Mr. Bannister
said, "no matter how old you
are".
Although high fashion men's
clothes today are geared
towards the slim (and it is
usually the young who are
slim) the House of Churchill
specializes in custom made
alterations for those whose
physique does not fit into
today's male model mold.
Most of the clothes at 'The
House of Churchill" are
designed in Paris and cut and
made in a Parisien outlet in
New York.
Mr. Bannister is presently
making adjustments in Paris
designs to adapt them to the
Bahamian market.
What kind of clothes are
these that retail in Nassau at
the House of Churchill?
The fabric is the latest -
gaberdines, linens and a new
material, Swedish silk.
Some of the pants have
hidden pockets these Mr.
Bannister believes are the first
on the island.
Some of their suits have the
popular baggie pants.
They also boast conservative
French pants. The high style in
these pants is concentrated in
the upper part of the pants,
with such details as false
pockets and stitched oval
pockets. They also have
stitched seams so that these
pants never lose their seams -
no need to reach for the steam
iron all the time to keep the
crease immaculate.
The reason, Mr. Bannister
told me, for this type of pants
is that the French have very
stylish shoes. Baggies hide the
shoes and in France they like
to show their shoes off.
So, those Bahamian men
who also love shoes, will
equally love these pants that
permit the fashionable
emphasis on the shoes.
What about 'The House of
Churchill's prices?
Very competitive, claims


A GLIMPSE in
William Bannister. "We sell
suits here that would cost $200
in the U.S." yet 'The House of
Churchill's" highest;priced suit
costs $170.
How come?
William Bannister explained
that he is representative of a
new breed of marketers in the
Bahamas.
The emphasis at "'The House
of Churchill" he explained is
on turnover rather than high
prices.
For example, if he puts a
mark up of $10 ona $100 suit
and he sells 100 suits he has
made a profit of $1,000.
If he puts a 100% mark up
on these same suits and sells
only 10 he has still made only
$1,000.
And, he says, he prefers to
sell the 100. High turnover and
many happy customers, is his
philosophy, he claims.
For those who are curious
about this young man who is
embarking into his own Bay
Street business I asked him
about himself.
He Is the son of Everette
Banniater of Bahamas world
Airlines. He was born in Miami
of Bahamian parents. His
mother was from Bimini and
father from Abaco.
He received his education in
the United States and U.W.I.
Although, he has planned on
becoming a lawyer, he was


uI


nto the elegant world of The House of Churchill.
impatient with the long road go into t
and dropped out of college to


the airline business
Page 8. Col. 3


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beat inflation. It's good even in the sticks of
Alsaka. And, it's that much better in the towering
pines of Nan Andrvs, Andros.
Besides, San Andros is just 15 air-minutes from
home. You can enjoy San Andros recreational
facilities while you wait for your property to
increase in value. You won't have to wait long!
You don't have to rob your bank account
either. Just $45 down and $45 a month makes you
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Winner of the free 16 inch
Television Set Presented on
December 22 during Christmas
festivities at the Big Q. Food
Store on the corner of Village
and Wulff Roads.
From left to right Sloane
Farrington, Secretary Bahamas
Quality Supermarkets; Mr.
William Claridge, winner of the
TV, Mr. David Saunders,
President of Bahamas Quality
Supermarkets and George
Munnings, manager of Big Q


SO c i ittet

Oil crisis is hurting the less


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and buy a 120 acre tract
between Marsh Harbour and
Treasure Cay. Highway and
water frontage. Sixty feet
elevations, fantastic buy at
only $800.00 per acre.
Organize a syndicate and
take advantage of this
bargain.
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REAL ESTATE
Tel. 2-4777
(I venings 4-2035 3-1425


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San Andros ... don't you
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you? Stop by Grosham
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can own valuable land on San
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And, these BAHAMA
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in value for you.
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VISIT
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B.E.C. UNION SEMINAR Mr. T. V. Arnett of the
T ill Ingineering and Employers Confederation will
General \.,k, r, Union will :be a guest speaker as will a
hold a one-day seminar member of BEC management
Monday, Feb-chruary 4 for shop staff.
stewards and officers of the PSVCHOLO GlT'S TAI K


Bai in a s lectricit y
(Corporation beginning 9.30
p.m. at the Taxico Union Hall.
The seminar will compare
the present contract with BE(m


with its predecessor, noting
changes made in grievance
procedure. A comparison VW
a S, ,c made of the NationAli
lIu i.ncc Scheme and the
superannuation scheme and
how it will affect BEC staff.


developed countries


NEW YORK (AP) The less
developed countries will suffer
most from inflated petroleum
prices, but there is no worldwide
shortage of crude petroleum in the
sense of a physical lack of this
resource, a group of university
economists says.
The United States, the group
predicts, will probably see no oil
shortfall at all in the first half of
this year. Some regions of the U.S.
may have problems but "the
principal impact of America's
energy problems will be felt
through higher fuel prices, affecting
the entire economy."
The sharply higher prices set by
the oil-producing nations also
means that underdeveloped
countries "may have to choose
between importing food and
importing oil, and in some instances
economic development may be
impaired."
But there is ample petroleum
refining capacity worldwide to


substantially reduced by lowering
heating levels and driving speeds,
switching to daylight time,
rescheduling airline flights and
closing gas stations on Sundays.
The skyrocketing price of
petroleum itself has cut down
demand, and so has a slowdown in
the U.S. economy.
The net result, the economists
estimated means that oil supply and
demand will be in balance in the
U.S. up to the middle of 1974.
In the longer term they foresee
an abundance of oil being brought
forth in response to today's high
prices. Consequently the U.S.
should not attempt to develop
high-cost sources of energy now
because these are likely to prove
uneconomic when oil production
increases and oil prices "inevitably
drop."
The group says there would then
be great pressure to protect
high-cost energy industries in the
U.S. from low-cost oil imports and
this would be bad for the American
consumers and for the U.S.
economy.


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one's fellow man.


COMMUNION
BREAKFAST


PSYCHOLOGIST Dr. ON SUNDAY morning,
Timothy McCartney recently February 3, the men of Mary
.addressed the Baptist Young Star will hold their quarterly
People's Fellowship at St. communion breakfast at the
s'laul's Baptist Church, Bias Prime Minister's salon,
Street, on the problems and International Hotel, following
stresses facing young people in the 8.30 mass.
the Bahikmas today. Dr. President Leslie Woodside
MIC. w p re nt the ,1ucst speaker,
C0- I,,t-'1I'1" ordshl the mont geC'
enparentrs an'd th e
ther children, moral confusion Rene Gracida, D.D., Auxiliary
amigd even the more Bishop of Miami. A brief
educated, rivalry and jealousy business meeting will be
an4? the need to live a included.
a ne -f i 01 Sii v i


Intimacy

and the

married

woman.


The need to be sure
It's so important for your well
being as a woman to feel sure
about the functioning and fresh
ness of your body.
Because douching isn't practi
cal, or even always advisable, cau-
tious mamed women of today rely
on Norforms feminine supposito
ries.
Positive protection two ways
Norforms do a two-fold job most
effectively They protect you
against embarrassing problems
with their highly perfected germi
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you against offensive odors with
their rapid deodorant action.
Complete confidence
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perature to form a protective film
They do not harm delicate internal
tissue.
Next time ask for Norforms, an
ideal way to have the confidence
you need as a married woman.
Sold at pharmacies in packages
of 6,42 and 24.
Informative booklet, write to:
Norwich International
410 Park Avenue,
New York,
N.Y 10022 B.


The men o tMarviy tar is
primarily a spiritual
organization for the
improvement of the spiritual
life of its members, and the
regular monthly meeting takes
the form of group attendance
at mass on the first Sunday of
every month. Other officers of
the organization are: vice
president James Darville,
secretary Ernie Skog, Jr., and
Bain Lothian, treasurer.


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meet the current needs of the entire
world, including the United States,
the group declares.
This is the consensus of an
energy forum attended by half a
dozen American university
professors, including Nobel
economics prize winner Kenneth
J. Arrow of Harvard University.
The forum was organized by the
conference board, an independent
non-profit research foundation
which sought to bring together a
group of energy experts
unconnected with government or
the oil industry.
The group sees indications that
Arab nations have been leaking
substantial amounts of petroleum
in violation of their own embargo
on shipments to the U.S. The
economists also point out that
Indonesia has increased its oil
exports to the U.S., while there has
been no reduction in exports by
Venezuela and Canada. the two
major suppliers. And U.S.
production is also increasing.
At the same time, the U.S.
demand for oil has been


WINNER of the 10 cubic
foot refrigerator being
presented with his prize on
Christmas Eve at the Big Q
Food Store on the corner of
Wulff and Village Roads.
From left to right George
Munnings, Manaqer of Big Q;
Mr. W. Pat Edwards, Soldier
Road, winner of the
refrigerator; Mrs- Jennifer
Pinder, drawer of the lucky
ticket: David Saunders,
Presidentt 'f Bahamas Quality
Supermarkets and in the
background Sloane Farrington,
secretary Bahamas Quality
Supermarket's


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Thursday, January 31, 1974.


'Unchain' sister for


a needed vacation

By Abigail Van Buren
c 174 B ChiCago ribune-N. Y. News Syne.. Int
DEAR ABBY: I am a widow. 59, and since my hus-
oand's death three years ago, I've been stuck taking care
af my aged parents, 82 and 84.
1 do everything for them, and get no salary. I am just
about broke, and really should have a paying job.
Dad is senile and almost totally blind and deaf. Mother
is diabetic and bedridden. Both are weak and tailing.
My problem is this: I want to visit my married daugh-
ter in California. Her baby is 2 years old and I haven't even
seen him yet I haven't had a day off in three years. My
sister works, and I can't get anyone to stay with my par-
ents for txwo weeks I am all worn out, and need to get
swav Mm daughter will pay for my trip if I can make it,
Please help me CHAINED IN N. Y.
DEAR CHAINED: Your parents also are your sister's
parents. so whs not ask sister to request a two-week leave
of absence anti give you a long overdue, much needed
respite? Or contact County Welfare and ask if they can
help you. I wish you luck. IP.S. I hope your parents don't
know that you feel "s tuc k" with them. Knowing that
the-'re a burden would make their miserable lot more
difficult to bear. I

DEARI ABBY: A 22-year-old graduate student in whom
I have more than just a casual interest tells me that she is




TANGANYIKA CONCESSIONS

LIMITED



ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

1 he Com(t ,pany 's a1nn1al general meeting wvas held
in N.ssau, althalls, on Friday. 18th January
I )1 l- and all the Resolutions put to the meeting
were duly passed.

EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

A.! It lraoJrdiniary (General Meeting of the
(,llompanl was als t lIld in Nassault, Bahamas, On
I .'lih l;nntiary. 1 74.

the ()rdclinr\ ResI,,olutions put to the rameCting
t(1 tor lthe acquisition b\ the (Company from the
Socie-te ( ener.ial de Belgique of 1.800.000
)rdinary Shares of 25p each of Rio Tinto-Zinc
('orporation Limiteid in e\ llchangle for 1,558,000
Ordinary Stock units of 50p each of Tanganyika
(Cone-.sions I.uniltd and ill) for the increase in
the authoris- d share capital of Tanganyika
( '.ncession Liititnted tfromi Pounds 10.000.000 to
P'iouts 1 200().000 ere Jul patssied

.ii, il-. of 50p iealh of Tanganyika Concessions
I i11tc.d was granted by the London Stock
I \ilice onil 23rd Jatnuar, 1974.


NOTICE


NOil ils t hiv qveri that FDWARD ARMANDO
4 1 t i.p- it GrCiind Bahama n applying to the
S. s hl fri Natitonalitv and Citi enship, fo
it'a : as a uti.'en of The Bahamas, and that ary.
.. knw, snv ieason why registration should not
h .I11.'Atd i shit ,tit senrid i written and signed statement of
S t within t n',ty eight days form the 31st day of
^J* ,* 19l74 to The Minister responsible for Nat tnaliti
a'. e .'!,nshiip. P C iBox N7147. Nassaui




NOTICE

N t,' i. v. that I Al RL EEN LIGHTB' ".. > ',.
( i- i n i .l ;' it-, F Er'porlt Lira -'l Bahama is applying to
ih i%'M i t t p nsibi ftor Nation.hllty and Ci.tizt-tship, ',,r
'i ti I (,/en of The Bahamas, aid that any
.. ..,. anv eas. why tegistratirn should '.tt
," ti ' i hl S-'rId a I ,wr itter and signed statermenlt of
.; t t v aeng t days the 3the t day 'f
i. -. -. : The eit ,st ; H responsible for Nationaity
-; ; : '" '.- 0' Box, N7147. Nassaiu.
II U I I~t I..... l l ..


NOTICE


NOT I n,,, qiv-n that YVETTE J WALKING )ii
I islhi t'.:', -.i k, G arcld Bahiama 's applying to the Minister
-i-.' Na .t inaity and Citizenship, for legistratiton
a]. .1 i. iiwf The Bahamari', and that any person whot
iknti.'". t ',).!; vb,hy regis t iafion should riot be granted
-ht l .' .i ni t d s irnil sgtoned statement of the farts
vwhi'h -.. :,' h -',h' rays fl im the 31st day of January,
I t I .- % *i-t,- i 'sponsible f or Nationality and
Cit'. ;.. .-x '147. Nassau


NOTICE


NOT i! f .,,febv given that tHARRETTE LOUISE SMITH
of 1[ 11 Mil, Roi k. Giand Bahanna is applying to the
ltmi 'n t -' pit, itI tto' Nationality arid Citizenship, for
r' .I"'f't" a-. ai. ( tien ,) f The Bahamas, a'id that arny
P vI kwt o nt. atIny rearso.ti hy registrationn should riot
be gran'e tiou iid seind a written and signed statement of
the fact, w ithmi twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
January 1974 to Trie Minister respornible for Nationality
and Citizerin-i P O0 Box N7147. Nassau


NOTICE


NOT 01C( is h'-reby given that WADE BENTLEY SMITH
of P nile'ts Puint GOand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible ',t Nationality and Citizenship. for registration
as a utitzen oi 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 31st day of January
1974 to Te Minster responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship PO B0 x N7147, Nassau.


S eoA. De&A




married "in name only" to a Japanese student. She says
he has been in this country for four years and he wants to
remain longer, so in order to keep from being sent back to
Japan he had to marry a citizen-so she married him.
This girl insists that she has never had anything to do
with him sexually even tho they live together. She swears
up and down that she's telling me the truth, and she mar-
ried him because she likes to "help" people.
Abby, doesn't this strike you as being somewhat
unusual" Or can this girl be for real? SUSPICIOUS
DEAR SUSPICIOUS: It's a rather bizarre situation, but
anything is possible. Even if the girl is telling you the
truth, she's still a married woman, so if you're smart,
you'll regard her as somebody else's wife.

DEAR ABBY: I am being married soon and am plan-
ning my wedding. My older sister was married two years
ago in the most beautiful wedding gown and veil I ever
saw I always dreamed of being married in it.
Now I have second thoughts about wearing it because I
am very superstitious, and my sister has had terrible luck
in her marriage. Her husband got her pregnant right off
the bat and ran off. saying he was joining the Marines. She
found out he never joined the Marines. He went back to an
old girl friend who lives in a nearby town.
Anyway, Abby. I would feel creepy wearing my sister's
bridal outfit Do you believe it I wore it it would bring me
bad luck? A. 'E1- HITITIr' 's
DEAR SULPERSTITIOLS: No. But if you do, don't wear
it.

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-
erly Hills, Cal. 90212.




ASPEC SOFLVN


From Page 6
silth his father.
Iet is ;ti t(pricornil hi said
and hikes to do eveplthIif ,i1
quikl' as possible.
Ain example oi tin-
c-haradct rinsti is that l ti
thoitaOlt iti took agt's to g. t
"The House ot Chiuchill i't
thie gr,riind. "It's beten orn t I,-
drawing boadrdl sincc AnigIustl
lie said. 1I should have thought
that just ouer lour months to
get oilt "'the drawing
board"and inio production is
pretty speedy.)
Mr. Bannister has not


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NOTICE
NOTICE ,s hereby qiven that MrI ,i\L ON.', LL
LIGHT[-E.ui-' of Last Beach Dri ,e Freep[.it, Crjtn
Bahama is apolv'ng to the Minis t o- p ,
Nationality and Cit.,eniship. for registration .j t '
The Bahamas. aind that any person who know , .::
why registration s-houlid not be granted ,. s d
written and signed statement of h f ii .,i,
twenty-eight days f'om the 24th day of Jan i.-.- ",71 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and ( 'z.-' ,h-t P''
0. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is herfbv given that WILLIE NOCR'vT1.N ;.,'KrI nF
134 Druni .,i Stn et Caraveol Beach f rt I ep-,' Grart
Bahama is applying to the Ministeir t' [sp t t o f-o
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration a'- a lon o
The Bahamas, and that any person who known V!"; r'jtsofI
why registration should not be grated sht-, 4 .ontd a
written and signed statement of the f,.i '- th,.
twenty-eight clays fro the 24th day of Jari.,; 1' 7 t-
The Minister responsible 'or Nationality and Ce ,-,- >.h p
O. Box N7147, Nassat


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH WAILTi 'aOc ( HIi RP
of Staniel Cay xumas is applying to MNIto'
responsible for Nationality and Cut, t t,' , for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, .:n, that antv
person who knows any reason why natu.'. '.ti sIhou ld
not be granted should send a written and s-q. tt oii "i
of the facts within twenty-eight days froet-r 1 ith da i\ '
January 1974 to The Minister responsible 'i ati. ,. ti
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N714/. Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ALBERT A S'AN ,,
Grand Turk residing in 8-Mile Rock Jonps Town is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nat' ,i- atyand
Citizenship, tor registration as a citizen ot lh l hrahiitas,
and that any person who knows any I'.io whvy
registration should not be granted should senid I t nittenr
and signed statement of the facts within t.vettv ,:qht davs
from the 24th day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister 'epponsible
for Nationality and Citizenship P 0. Box N71-I7 Nassau.




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


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





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BETTYANN MEDLEO
LIGHTBOURNE of P. 0Box F-983, Freeport, Grand
Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 31st day of Jan. 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL MEREDITH COOPER
of F-603, Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that arny
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
January, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIAM CECIL AS -'.*.i',n.) 1
of 36 W Hearn Lane. Freeport is applying to the Ministerd
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas. and that any poison who
knows any reason why registration should not bre g anted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. P. 0. Box N7 147. Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMFS HOUGI ITON of i6
Amberjack Street. Ftepolt. Grand Bahama is applying to
they 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 -,tatement of
the facts within twenty days from the 24th day of Jainuaiv
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationalty anCd
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTIC is hereby given that MABLE LOUISE
CAP1' I ...H-T of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamias,
and that any,, person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of January 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL JAMES
CARTWRIGHT of Eight Mie Rock, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for 'at i..o alit.y 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 ..winth twentyyeight days
from the 24th day of January 1974 to The Minister






NOTICE
NOTICf is hereby given that ALPHONSO RENELDO

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 g, anted should send a witten and signed
statement of the facts within twenty4eight days from the
24th day of January 1974 to The Minister responsible for


' ,ijoi...ii,', and citizenship P. 0O Box N7147, Nassau




NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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


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NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that KENNETH W. BOOTH of
FreeDoit Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible
for jti.'.hr' d. and Citizenship, 'o, registration as a citli.on
of The Bahamas, and that any poison who knows any
season why iegistraion should not be granted should send a
wr,,ttien and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 31st day of Jan. 1974 to lhe
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O.
Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE


NOTICE 1 hereby given that MARTIN PIFRRE of Pinders
Perst, G.and E.ahamna 1s applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalization as a
citizen H. f The Bahamas, and that any person who lkno.ws
anVy eason why naturLa!isation should not he granted should
send written and signed statement of the facts within
twentv-eight days fiom the 24th day of Januaiy, 1974 to
The iM ister responsible for N .. ,i a it Citi nsh in. P
0 fox N1.1 7, Nasu





NOTICE

-TCTIC Iis hethv give-n that ERROL HLIGH S.,ITtH .i
Pigdo ,' .oint Grand B.aha a is applying t, the .i
s-,--nshtle f(ot Natio lahtiy and ( Et.'enship. for i oisttitioi
a a iti.en of The Bat r.'as. n-,i th.)t -nv pe-ison 'tho,

-ll send i wi a tt i and sigi ,d i ,.itPm -nt of the fai ts
within twentv-eight days fiom the 31st day of Jan. 197t4 to
The Ministfr responsible for Nationality and Citizi-nslp, P.
0. B1ox N7 14.7, Nar,.i

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NOTICE


NOTICE is heitby given that KEITIH A MtORGAN c'
f r.eoitl Grand Bahama is p1plying to the Mritm
,"s < m -a .1 i tIt e n o f rhoe ,ah a .' i a, d !h at :y i" ,n w.hio
k n o \s ao n i nas o n w h v w ti,.ra t : tn s h o) rl i' :r.p ie d
sho lhd sen d a wnitton and sit .ed staleilrn of A 'hi 'act'
within twenty eight days ftnnm th, 31st day of Jainusa,.
1974 to The Minister it'ponsible f)t Nationality ani
Citizenship. P. 0. Box N-7147, Nassau.


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NOTICE


NOTICi Es he.richv iyv thai DURANtIO RiI NAL
FRAt NO mof I ieepoit Gr 'nd !ahamln i.-I l-.-( is apply-ing tio
the Miristr, responsible tri N.tionality anid tC ti.'enship, for
iegstration as a citizen of iThe Bahamas, and that any
per in who knows airy itason why iogistration should not
be nrIanted s should teind a wi itten and sitined statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister r-p .... ti,. (for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that RICHARD At XANDE P
BAIN of Ptiedale, Grand Bahamnai is r-pplying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahami'-, and that any
person wiio knows any reason why iegistration should not
be i. 1n ,i should send a, written and siqnod static- ent of
the facts within twenty-eight days fiom thu e. .iv of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible foii Ity
and Citizenship P. 0. BN7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby giver, that COLIN FRANCIS POWELL,
of P. 0. Box F-74, Freuport, Grand Bahama, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows anry reasiion why registration should not
be (iianted should serndl a witten rand signed statenint of
the facts within twentvy-lfqht days fiom ithe 24th day of
Jan. 19/4 to The M stiliis spi r .i1tn it Naiitiontalitv anid
Cit .,iirnshii P. O. Box rN/14/ IN- ,


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that MARGARET MARY
POWELL, of P. 0. Box F-74, Freeport, Grand Bahama, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the fats within twenty-eight days
from the 24th day of Jan. 1974 to The Ministei iesponsibie
for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N-7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that JUDY THELMA SELVER of
Pioneer's Way East, FIreepoit, Giand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and sigend statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau


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"IT'S TIME that more
Bahamians in lower/middle
management positions should
be able to afford their own
homes," says David
Richardson, vice president and
managing director at FINCO,
"and we at FINCO are
encouraging the building of
houses in this bracket."
FINCO is involved in a nekw
long term financing programme
for a project of seventeen
houses in Highbury Park, a
well-established sub-division
near the eastern end of Nassau.
Developed by Oriam
Limited, construction on these
owner/occupier three bedroom
homes is nearly complete.
Although their floor plan is
basically alike, the exterior
facade roof, colour scheme,
carpet adds unique interest.
Berkely Ferguson, president
ot Berkely Ferguson Real
Estate Limited, exclusive sales


On the project site, Berkeley Ferguson, (right), talks to (left to right) David Richardson, Finco's vice president and
managing director; Thelma Adderley, William Outten, contractor and Astrid Fraser, sales co-ordinator.


agents for the project, says:"
Since the demand for this type
of property is so high, interest
in the project is tremeit.ous.
There is no doubt in my mind
that it'll be a great success ...
We're also very happy to have
FINCO's financiaL hacking,"
At present. Mrs. Inez
Barnett, FINCO's mortgage
lending controller and Miss
Thelma Adderley, mortgage
loan officer, are in the process
of assessing clients for the
S38,000 to $40,000 homes.
Oriam Limited stipulates a
downpayment of some $6,000,
and FINCO will handle the
fifteen year difference at $374
per month.


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Evening 8:303:00
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PLUS Peter Lee Lawrence.
"IF HE HOLLERS, Diane Zura
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Raymond St. Jacques
Barbara McNair "THE ASTRO ZOMBIES" G.
PLUS Late Feature
Friday night. All Star Cast
'Phone 2-2534

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CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE


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BUY NOW!
SAN ANDROS
LOTS
14,500
sq. FEET!
Almost 1/3 acre
$4'- DOWN, $45 per MON 1
CALL OR VISIT
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
P O0. Box N4764
BAY & DEVEAUX ST.
TEL. 27667. 248 *5

3 3343

4 BEDROOM 2 bathroomn
house $2,000 00 down
balance in 15 years Phone
344 71 a'ter n p m,

C 13355
WESTWARD VLLAS 3 bed-
rooms 2 baths., urnished
P iced so 'ow, unbelievable
'- '.. only $32,000.00. rights
to Sandy Beach
-OUR BEDROOM 3 BATHS
'u','ished, heated swimming
pool -( "closed ga-age rights
-ndv beach only
$ 5 7.500,00. Contact
DAMIANOS 22033. 22305.
Evenings 41 197
C 13395
CORAL HARBOUR have
home. 'oui bedrooms 2 baths
finished only $40,000 00.
Co.ne see anytime, immediate
Do session.
VILLAGE ROAD Gro,',ds
00 by 200 Has fou, bedrooms-
our baths plus play room
'urished Approx. 5000 sq
'ret of house priced way
-elov reproduction costs 50
ort the dollar. Best bhuy '1
January See anytime 'We need
-i buyer with a large family,

MONTAGU HEIGHTS
2 -torey quality built hou'c
100 by 150 2-car garage
F-'uI bedrooms 3 : baths
tw'o patios Delightiul sittijrg
Srom. separate dining.
x r'",nely well planned
Kitchen. See is to appreciate.
A,kiiug $150,000.00 come see
ve are born sellers
NASSAU EAST back on the
Market three bedrooms 2
baths. furrnist ed Only
$38.000 00
SHIRLEY PARK 'our
Se o u nPr 2 ba hs
,'..'urrished. only $45,000 00
BUEN RETIRO 3 bedrooms
2 baths, unfurnished, plus
Gorgr-Jus Garage Apartment
niceiv fu rUshed Good income
Only $4-,000 00
CENTREVILLE HILLTOP
have house, plus two
a p a r t e n t s 0 O I
$15bO.O0O O/Swmrnming pool,
gorgeous riews of the Harbour
F-xtimeiv good buy.

WINTON HIGHWAY Have
ls' n, *rom $65.0000 0

-rt a, rj Bay -un tv s "
Winto- Gorgeous views also
vv jt -r unt a ,qe OnU
$14,000 00 Size 100 by 230
SEAFRONTAGE-SOUTH
EAST WINTON 100 b 120(r
Enclosed ground- Ori-- %
$25,000 00
C 1' 't AND SEE S' b",:
-,Ollers l 'ri al e'.ata .
DI A L D A S
DAMIANO'- RE A' T v
22033. 0 1 .- r. g.
41 1i'7


DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO LTD
(Certified Real Estate Brokers,
& Appraisers)
Phones 2;178 55408
P. 0.Box N 4648.
Nassau, ,Bahamas
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAINS
THROUGHOUT THE
COMMONWEALTH
2, 3 iand 4 BEDROOM,
HOUSESS n the following
areas
EASTERN ROAD
EASTERN ROAD on thu
water as well as on the ; ls. s
SAN SOUCI
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDENS
WANTON
THE GROVE (West Ray)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE


WESTWARD VILLAS
C O N DOM 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 21
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas


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C13198


Jole'ph i2O 30930

C 13393
3 BEDROOM 2 bath furnished
house in one of Nassau's finest
sub-division Ideal for the
executive. Call 55441 ask for
Doreen

C13397
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
Swimming pool, sun terrace,
laundry facilities 3 bedroom 2
baths apartment $456 per
month.
2 bedroom 2 bath apartment.
$425 per month. Very nicely
furnished. Contact 78421 5
Evenings 77065.


FOR RENT


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C13356
AN ESTATE with four
ovely houses approx. 5 acres
vith 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
UAMIANOS REAL ESTATE
Dial 22033. 22305, 22307.
Evenings 41197.
a 3321
CUY A LOT)
EASTWOOD
or
v, I N TON ME ADOWS
.11-: ,ank C(aev
S2 r 24815b
Irank a iCare
Real Estate
Box N4.764
Bay & Deveaux Sts

C13357
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
swinmr ing high class living
ideal for executive or socialite.
Was $175,000.00 now only
$125.000 00 Needs a good
pa 't job
NICK DAMIANOS.
DAMIANOS REALTY
22033. 22305, 22-307,
Evenings 41 197

C 13396
YAMAC'P.-'vv BEACH
ESTATES
As of 14th February 1974 the
following lots will be placed
back on the market for re-sale

LOT NAME
20 Stadrnman Knight
84 WIlla'n rClarke and
Braciel Brown
222 Lazuras and
Frankie Ramisey
245 Leonard Johnson
301 Matia Saunders
432 Aaron Roberts.

C13351
ATTRACTIVE hilltop
,esidence Eastern District 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living room
dining room, porch, patic,
kit Che ien. laundry Also
charming guest suite on ground
floor. Lot 101 ft x 185 ft
$1 10.000 furn shed

Desirable hilltop two-storey
residence Montagu Beach
area. 2 bed'ooms c ne bath,
i'ving room. dining roon.
patro, kitchen. laundryy maid's
bathroom. $27,000 furnished.
Charming Cable Beach
re-.dence near the sea. 3
bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, large
livr g d 'airiQ. patio, i-itchen,
lau',d: rcpoit Lot 100 t.
120 t $55 'f00 f furnished.
H HG CHRISTIE LIMITEDr
Phone: 21041.2/3 4

FOR RENT ]
33t0O
r ucnfiurnished 3 bedroorn
ai i,-tme'it. has telephone nice
jie Phone 54868,8

i RN ISHED[J twov biedr ic
laj ',nent Roset'd S:reet.
-.i "c ale C ;'t 3 2-0-36,
3. 3104
A iRCONDITIONE D one
bedroom turnished awar '"ent
ir Dundes Coo'I, P\ "om
Additon, with laundrv loom
ta lities and Master TV
ajrntenna Also large pa ingg
a'ea Fo r infor artcn call
5 3928 or b4e258
: 3 334 :
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r-i Lar1D i ,. i -r j '.9i. 9,
laundr'snt TV FM Si' ,ey
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-b i '" uO Phone
't, 4to'4

C13_381
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9 'lhwav aji 2 It j

SrrI EURNrb r i) bedroour'
. bath h'u. c ric sP U ri r
Ca'mr hoer Road $320 on,
niO"'n Phonerr. 5-ii'j


C13310
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 8th day of February, A D.
1974 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:


ONE furnished efficiency or
bachelor apartment Shirley
Heights. $110 per month. Call
5-6963.
C13411
FURNISHED one bedroom
apartment consisting of
living/dining room, kitchen,
and bathroom. Telephone
5-8185 Twynam Avenue.
C13348
FURNISHED one bedroom'
apIrtment walking distance,
If`o10 town, newly f"~' ished
and decorated. Available Feb
.st, TV nte,;. Phc,-
7) 72?9.


PUBLIC AUCTION
13234
HARRY D. MAL-ONE will seli
jt 'is pr emises on Albuiy Lane
ive doors from Shirley Street
ori the light hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on r iday
the tIst dcay of February, A.D
19/4 at 12.00 o'clock rnoon
the followingg property:

ALL that Condomiunrum
Unit namely Unit Number
Ten (10) Building "B" being
a part of Waterhiont
T o w n h o u s e s I
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Beiry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indentuie of
Conveyance dated the
Thirtieth day of August,
AD 1971 and made
between Residential Resort
Developments Lmnited of
the one part and Avia
Marine Limited of the other
part and now of record in
the Registry of Records in
the City of Nassau in
Volume 1841 at pages 40 to
55 and entitles the Purchaser
to an ,. I ,,,..1 share in the
Common property
appur t e n a n t to
Condominium Unit Nunmber
Ten (10) subject to certain
tetrns (, rLlIjr-,. restrictive
covenants and stipulations
mentioned and referred to in
the said Indenture of
Conveyance dated the
Thirtieth day of August,
A D., 1971 and the
declaration of Condominium
dated the Sixteenth day of
February. A.D., 1971 and
recorded in the said Registry
of Records in Volume 1714
at pages 1 to 30 inclusive.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the Thirty-first
day of August, A.D., 1971
between Avia Matine Limited
and Residential Resort
Developments, Limited and
recorded in the said Registry of
Records in Volume 1859 at
pages 312 to 330 which said
Mortgage was by div.ers mesne
assurances assigned to W. T.
Gunning. The sale is subject to
a reserve price arid the right for
the Auctioneer or any person
on his behalf to bid up to that
price. Ter ms 10% of the
purchase pi ice at the time of
sale and balance on
complet1rn.
Dated this Fourth day of
December A.D., 1973.
HARRY D MALONE
Public Auctioneer


Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street.


SCARS FOR SALE
C13402
AUSTIN MOKE 1973 new
condition dark blue mini jeep
driven only 800 miles on
Harbour Island $1,995.00.
Phone or write Fred Ross,
Harbour Island.
C13038.
BLACK CHEVROLE'
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel,
58134.


ALL THAT p:ece parcel or
lot of land situate in Section
One of the Subd' ,son
called arid known ,rs Sea
Breeze Estates in the E.-,te, n
District of the sandd cr' NeLw'
Prov dence .''osac'd which
ha' tI, Nurmoei Fifty two
(52) in Block Nnumber Cinr
(1) in the plan of the said
Subdwvrsio- filed in the
Department of Lands and
S u I v e y s of t he
Commonwealth and having
the Number 427 N.P the
said lot of land having such
position boundaries shape
.,l and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or
plan attached to an
Indenture of Conveyance
dated the 25th day of
March, A.D. 1970 and made
bc.ween Nassau Beach
Properties, Limited of the
one part and Gordon
Bertramn Higgs of th, '-,thc- r
part and novw record in
the Registry of Records in
the City of Nassau in
Volurne 1790 at pages 123
to 128 and is delineated on
that part of the said diagram
or plan which is coloured
Pink AND ALSO ALL
THAT piece parcel or lot of
land ci'tate in Section one
of the said Sujbdivision
which has the Number
Fiftv-three (53) in Block
Number One (1) in the said
plan of the said Subdivision
the said lot of land having
such position boundaries
shape marks and dimensions
as are shown on the diagram
or plan attached to an
indenture of Conveyance
dated the 25th day of
March, A.D. 19 70 anid madf
between the said Nassau
Beach Properties. Limited of
thee one part and the said
Gordon Bertrami Higgs of
the other part arid now of
record in the said Registry
of Records in Volume 1790
at pages 117 to 122 and is
delineated on that part of
the said diagram or plan
which is coloumed Pink.
The property is being sold
undei the power of sale
contained in an Indentuie of
Mortgage dated the 231d day
of June, A.D 1971 arind
recorded in the said Regstny of
Records in Volume 1844 at
pages 46 to 55.
The sale is subject to i reservee
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or arry u e, son on
his behl:lf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at t'!- time otr -.ale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 1 7ih (Jay af
January, A.D 1974
HARRY D i MALONE
Public Auctioneer
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C 13408
WANTE D to d i0et well
located prem-res e'r Bay vStreet
between Eli'a beth Avenue and
Dnitish Colonial piefo'ned
ground on fust l.in ri to .tic1r
Call 2-1126 b5ctween 9 an.m
and 5 p.m. Mi. Jr phiso.i


SCHOOLS

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

DINING GUIDE

C13179
F anrid S TAKEAWAY
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
Serving all native d'shei-
Phone 24911
C 13326
MORE'S LULINCH COUNTER
(foirmnerly the Srnac Suot
on Rosetta Street)
is"ow OPE I
We ve made -t tI goe' to s::rve
you better
We serve n,,rtire dishes
Telephone 2? >-;i
C 13401
*STEAM CONCH
*SPLIT PEA SOUP
*STEAM CRAWFISH
SETTLER'S PUB & INN


C13410
37' TWIN DIESEL Sport
Fisherman. A-i Condition,
Very low hours. Ideal for
charter fishing. Duty Paid. See
Dockmaster, Hurricane Hole
Marina.

C i894
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engine
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.


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C13405
27' CHRIS CRAFT Cavalier,
new engine, radio, good
condition. Must sell bought
bigger boat. Can be seen at
Bayshore Marina. The (4 c's).
Call Hendnckson 21784 -to 5
P.M. 41323 after 5 p.m.

IN MEMORIAL

C13403
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C13365
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED HAVE
ANOTHER LIST OF USED
CAR BARGAINS FOR SALE.
YOU ARE INVITED TO
CHECK THE CARS FOR
YOURSELF AT OUR LOT
ON GIBBS CORNER
OPPOSITE SUPER WASH ...
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS,
FINANCING AND
INSURANCE ARRANGED
ON THE SPOT.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS
TELEPHONE 24801/24804.
1. 1972 DODGE AVENGER -
NP.A. 855 Price $1,800.00
LO'.'." $500
2. 1970 OLDSMOBILE
CUTLASS N. 2716 Price
$2 700 DOWN $700
3. 1970 CHEVROLET
MALIBU NP.X. 469 Price
$2,725 DOWN $700
4. 1972 FORD TORINO -
NP.S. 544 Price 4,250 DOWN
$1 000
5. 197C CHEVY MALIBU --
NP.S 9 8 Price $2,725 DOWN
$700
6. 1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA NP.R 779
Pi ice $2,825 DOWN $ 700
7. 1972 FORD MUSTANG
FASTBACK NPJM. 71 Price
$4.425 DOWN $900
8. 1970 CHEVY 3/4 ton
Pickup Truck in immaculate
condition T. 6468 Price
$2,425 DOWN $600
9. 1971 FORD CORTINA A/T
in immaculate condition Price
$2.525 DOWN $700
10. 1970 PLYMOUTH
DUSTER NP.A. Price
$2.625 DOWN $700
11. 1970 FORD MUSTANG -
Hard Top NP.D. 133 Price
$2,225 DOWN $600
12. 1970 BUICK SKYLARK -
N. 7242 Price $2,350 DOWN
$700
13. 1970 FORD CAPRI -
NP .F 966 Price $1,450 DOWN
$500
14. 1970 MORRIS MINI A'T
NP.F. 45 Price $1,125
DOWN $300
PLEASE COME ALONG
iFEuiATELY AS YOU
MIGHT MISS THE CAR
THAT YOU ARE LOOKING
FOR.
WE ALSO HAVE MANY
OTHER BARGAINS. COME
AND MAKE US AN OFFER.


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

C132i85
ARRIVAL OF CITY POWER
TO ELEUTHERA
PLACES
14.5 Kwt Lister Generator
in EXCELLENT condition
For sale at BARGAIN PRICE
$3,600.00
el14 5 Kilowatt Lister
Generator bought in March
'972 and used less than 6000
hours. C ull,, maintained
and insp.-c[ed every week to
keep it ;: prnme condition.
Also Bargain
1,000 Gallon Storage Fuel
Tank in top condition. $330
Also Bargain
* Pump to get diesel from
steorg' tUnk to feeder tank $470

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

* Plus FREE trucking tank aid
generator to desiesd port in
Ileuthera
Contact :
Mr. Richard Rolle
Ext 20 or 15. Governor'
Harbour, Eleuthera.


S PETS FOR SALE
C13372
GERMAN Shepherd Puppies.
Call 24008 Warren Russell.
C 13324
K-9 Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
for Business Protection.
K-9 Police Dogs for
individual Protection. Satisfac-
tion Guaranteed. Franchise
information available. Call
f813) 722-6678.

C13406


C 13394
LYFORD CAY CLUB requires
a Bahamian Controller. He
must have a minimum of 10
years experience in hotel
accounting and be able to
prepare monthly financial
statements and budgets. He
would be entirely responsible
for all financial operations and
training within a private
membership club. Please reply
in writing only to the Managing
Director, Lyford Cay Club, P.
0. Box N-7776, Nassau.


C13371
LOAN ( :I IIT TRAINEE
for
INTERNATIONAL BANK
MALE OR FEMALE
Must ha ve i.llovw i ng
Qualifications:
I Giaduate of Iecognized
unive, :ty v e o'erabl, -with
degree in accounting,
business adno inisti action,
ecorlnomics or f lance, oi

2. Good high school record
and minimum two years
banking experience with
emphasis on analysis of
financial statements, loan
dlo u mentaticu d
relatr'd co'rresp : ,.

3. LU-I de' 30 years ', age

Applicant w ill 'ecO(rve
Indoctrination in vjii OLus
banking departments and
activates for an .,de: ,n,tO e
period before being assigned
spec ific d ut ies and
responsibilities. Starting salary
co m me n s u i ate with
educational background and or
expel ience. Atti active 1r1nge
benef its.
Only Bahamian applicants with
above qcuairlcat ions need
apply. Please write to Adv.
C13371, c o) The Tnbune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
Bahamas.

C13350
MANAGER required fol Out
Island cottage q olonV and
mar na. Must be fLilly
experienced il cateoing
industry and have ablilty to
tIain school leaves in cate ring.
Salary with commission,
comrmenrsuiate with ability and
experience.
Apply Green Turtle Club. Box
270. Green Turtle Cay,.Abaco.


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ANTENNAS
IslandTV 2-251C
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUILDERS
Richard's Construction
5-7080
CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

CUSTOMS BROKERS
tlartin's 2-3173

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

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1992

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

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

FLOOR MAINTENANCE
Rug Cleaning & Installation
Island Interiors
5-3576/4-2191
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Gar. & Pet
2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
;,'* 'rse- Avewi'e 2-4259


I HELP WANTED
C13373
INTERNATIONAL oil
company has opening to'
Bahamns manager. Applica,t
must have univer sity educate ion
and have had at least 15 year
bionad expert ence in all
operational and marketing
aspects ot petroleum product
dist ihbution, with 5 years in
related sen.o managerial
position. Pension scheme and
medical ran provided. Salary
will be cornrnfmisui ate with
experience. Bahamians Only.
Please apply to: P. 0. Box
N-4807 Nassau.


C13337
CARE ER B opportunity for
Senior Clerk with good
command of English in our
Fleet Allocation Department
Under Super vision, successful
applicant will be required to
maintain recuods, compile
statistics and prepare reports.
At least one reference to
accompany applications, which
should be made in writing.
giving details of age, education,
expe ience, present salary, etc.
to The Administrative
Assistant, Navios Corporation,
P. O. Box N-7796. Nassau.
Bahamas

C13327
FXP[ PIENCED ,ahamian
woman with refer ences to
operate bar club in Harbour
Island Contact William T.
Mahtl P 0. Box 1 Harbour
tslanrd B.hamas.

C 13409
MANSERVANT or Butler to
live on premises must be
expei enced and able to drive.
References required. Interested
persons to contact Mr.
Ferguson Tel: 2-1238 or 24913
or write to P 0 Box N4?78.
Nassau


Nassau


r I 121986 [X .5

2 ti hrilltl '1.


Al IM[ LSAVEi MiNEY


HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry
2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C 147

MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR
The Wardrobe 5-5599

MUSIC

Cody's Records 2-8500


OPTICIANS

Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506

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

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

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-?031i/7
R.H.Curry & Co., 2-868,'7

TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trprking
3-1562/2-4726

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


WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service 2-8896


FOR UTN ACTION mOv WANT




Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


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


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HE WAS THE SUNSHINE
OF OUR HOME
In sad but loving memory of
our dear son and brother,
Andrew lan Morris. Born June
13th 1967 passed away
suddenly January 31st 1970.
To some you may be forgotten
But to us. who love and lost
voun
Your memories will always
last.
Parents. Mi. Rupert and Mrs.
Edna Morris
Brother William
Sisters Ruby Ann, Dorothy
and Shirleyv
Grand Parents, Commissionei
and Mrs William G. Mackey.

C13407


IN LOVING memory of our
dear husband, father and
grandfather the late Alfred
Percival Hall who departed this
life January 31st 1958.
Far, far away, like bells at
evening pealing,
The voice of Jesus sounds o'er
land and sea
And laden souls, by thousands
meekly stealing,
Kind Shepherd turn their
weary steps to Thee.
Rest comes at length, though
life be long and dreary
The day must dawn, arid
darksome night be past.
Faith's journey ends in
welcome to the weary
And Heav'n the hearts true
home will come at last.
Fondly remembered by wife
Ethel Pauline Hall, daughter
and son-in-law
Rose and Ossie King and eight
grandchildren-

WANTED
C1 3354
\ACREAGE Carmichael Road
from 5 to 25 acres send in
your listings and low dowtr,
cash price.
NICK DAMIANOS
Damianos Realty,
Dial 22033,evenings 4 1197.
C 13399
A CONSORTIUM OF UNITED
STATES CITIZENS WITH
IMPECCABLE CREDEN-
TIALS PRESENTLY
ACQUIRING A MAJOR
UNITED STATES BANK,
ACTIVELY SEEKING
ASSOCIATION WITH
HIGHLY REGARDED
FINANCIAL GROUP
PLEASE AVAI L
YOURSELVES IN FIRST
COMMUNICATION. REPLY
TO: Adv. C-13399, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207.
Nassau Bahamas.

HELP WANTED
C6656
JOB TITLE: THREE
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


ZCHIHUAHUAS Male
(Brown) female (brown and
white) both $150. Phone
2-2142 Simmons.

M INE SUPPLIES
C 13065
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious-
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


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C 13258
KIRK S HINSEY will sell at
the Ipj, . lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 9th day of
February 1974 at 12 noon the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New -1. .,.--. i n aforesaid
being Lot Number Twelve
(12) in the plan of the
subdivision called and
known as "Feltondale" filed
at the registered office of
Felton Investments Limited
( a company incorporated in
and under the laws of the
Commonwealth aforesaid
and car r ying on business
w i t h i n the said
Commonwealth) and being
bounded on the NORTH by
land the property of the
Estate of S. B Butler and
i running thereon Fifty (50)
feet on the EAST by Lot
Number Eleven (11) and
running there eon One
Hundied (100) feet on the
SOUTH by a Road
Reservation Forty (40) feet
wide and running thereon
F ift y -t hree and
Seventy three hundredths
(53.73) feet and on the
WFST by Lot Numbei
Thirteen (13) and running
thereon One Hundred and
Eighteen and Sixty-two
hundredths (118-62) feet.
Mortgage dated 3rd day of
February 1970 James A.
Bethell to Bank of New
Providence Ltd. Recorded in
Vol. 1549 pages 325 to 336.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Term 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 7th day of January
A.D. 1974
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer .


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Thursday, January 31, 1E


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Apply: R Wi;. & ''
Ltd, p o r r :itlr
leoport. Grand la!,,l


TRADE SERVICES
C 13062
T.V. ANTENNAS
oo sters for home-,
aparitments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
L-, b tU),U4
WORLD OP MriIC.
S'ckey Street next to Frank's


C 13297
COR ALL youi Gardening
'(I Is, tIimming, heading,
pruning, beach cleaning, for
pi omrpt reasonable and
r"iLent service call 5-7810.


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CLASSIFIED ADVS.


HELP WANTED
C6657
Experienced lady to prepare
steak. chicken, lobster and
Oriental vegetables on Hibachi.
Call f report 352-7096.
- 6(.!I 1
SIX (6) FARM LABOURERS
P. QUIRED[ APPLY TO:
iHARLES WILLIAMS, BOX
I -.;05, f REE.PORT.


i'-T1 RNATIONAL firm of
Chaitered Accountants have
.-rIil vacancies for Chartered
-- Ctified Accountants in
S f report office.
Su( 'si'.i! candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
'nu ''. .i,,. intS, should
i i writing to the Staff
i\:t!' ,: Price Waterhouse &
... P 0. Box F-2415.
F "icpor' Bahanmas.

C, )t5G
JOB TITLE: THREE
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
b 10 VyarIs
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
': p Icts. repairs, replaces,
i- UaIls, adjusts and maintains
jll mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
.mpany, P. 0. Box F-100,
r -eport. Grand Bahama.

,L059
TOUR SALES AGENT
SUPERVISOR to work for a
ii Travel Agency in
i en t Job includes
Lp'vision of sales staff,
prnpiemeniti ng and instituting
ployrammen s of events and
ai tiviSt's fuo tout ists. Minimum
thiee, (3) years experience in
tfi Tf.ivel Business. Bahamians
needed.
ipiiy. write to P. 0. Box
v 'ii or apply in person to
Su-- "L", Sun Alliance and
n Building, off Pioneers



MARINE PILOTS
R.-(|uirred by, Bahamas Ol,
,fnq Compa!lny
aj ..!Ii', tr'oa.ir Must have
.1.) *' (F orerg' Going)
( t Experience: At
ia-t 'our (4) years in Piloting
i ljdrnig ,l ,Ih,'.,] and
9.;bh g of large size tankers
il o0' passenger vessel.
ii tsledge of harbour towage

i dmation: Must be at least a
iicrh School Graduate.
[ B.i liahamians need apply:
Ifhj repiv giving details of
'' ,i s and experience

Pf.r .'-n el Office
P 0. Box F 2435
F reeprt. Grand Bahama.
ltbt-I/
i C H E N UTILITY
WO2RKLRS: To work morning
,everitnq shift Wash and
, .t; : non equ.ipme,'t,
l s, walls, iceboxes, etc.'
be ...*-'. to do heavy
hity work.
OIUSLMF N : To assist
a'.,j.Is, also to do heavy duty
lork leaning all public areas
a'id staff quarters of hotels.
Police Certificate required.
DINING ROOM CAPTAIN:
I xperinced 'n French Service;
riirniumrn of three years as
Captain in first class hotels or
n,.siaurants. Good references
re uire and Police Certificate.
;rplv: Oceanus Hotels Ltd..
Ssonnoel Dept., Royal Palmni
..rGy. P 0. Box F-531.
, epoit Grdr'rd Lahama.


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Nassau and Bahama Islands

Leading Newspaper


Tihep ribunt


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPEE
S from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES 5 You desire to force
a issues of a practical nature, but this could
alienate one helpful to you. Channel all that extra energy
constructively and do not criticize or make demands on
others
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Take care of financial matters
early since financiers are in a good mood and can give fine
advice, support. Balance budget better
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Improve looks for right
results in business and personal life Be more cooperative in
social affairs Don't try to get your own way exclusively
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get tasks behind you early so
you can delve into what is more vital to your welfare later in
the day Be subtle in romance
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Be with good
friends, but don't make sarcastic comments Avoid group
meeting that could bnng trouble. Do important studying.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't think a higher-up is again.
you because of his brusque manner; he could be under
pressure. Get a good friend to stand up for your ideas
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Study interesting new outlets
but don't jump into any until a later time An .xpert can give
valuable pointers Listen carefully
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Reach a better understanding
in business and improve your status Heed any forewarning
about stock, etc. Show more t':t with mate in p m
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21 ) Don't put all the blame on
an associate if conditions are not as you want them ti
since part of the fault can be yours
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Be efficient at work
and derive the right benefits. Take the health treatments that
will make you a more dynamic person
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Fun would be very
costly now, so do the constructive work that is important,
then seek only light entertainment Silence with an associate is
golden.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) If you cooperate more
with kin, you can have more harmony at home Don't permit
outsiders to influence you. Consider one who means a great
deal to you
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Keep busy with shopping
errands, appointments, but take care in driving and don't lose
temper Courtesy pays for you today


Chess
By LEONARD BARDIN


0 (W .7 I
White mates In two moves.
against any defence (by M.
ablee.
Par times: I minute, problem
master; 2 minutes, problem
expert; 5 minutes, good; 12
minutes, average; 30 minutes.
novice.
rthe chess notation used in the
solutions, send a stamped
addressed envelope for a free
copy of the Evening Standard
booKlet, How to Read Chess
Moves.

Chess Solution
1 Q-R3 i threat 2 Q-Kt2). If
I . R-B ch: 2 Q-R. or if
P-RS'Q;: 3 Q x Q, or if Kt-BS:
2 B-Q4. or if Kt-B4; 2 R-K4
or it Kt-K5: 2 P-Q4. or i'
B P ch; 2 Kt B. or if Kt-B3:
2 B K.


No. h;,:3 .hy TIM NMcKAY
%cro-Sr
1. Architect inia h.ite a na
In them. (9)
8. It show-. )otir -h'ire i III '
ro;al hollU.e. (;)
9. ltoKg water onirehoi ini ie'l
thL effect (l!)
10. Ifli-Olente. C.)
11. ?orr) to 'a). (4)
12. The high s)>ot for .Mlr-


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 30 Starch cn
I Public *%, 32 Deviate
5 Father of 34 Bankro'!
Jehcshaphat 35 Hebrew 'dr
8. C'aze measure
11. Indigo 37 Owing
12. Zero 39 Worthy
13 Troop 44 Ret,(eme"t
enterta ners money
14. Willow 47 Arrow person
15 Vehement 48 Coffee maker
17. Walking 49 Bursa
papers 50 Stuff
19 Turmoil 51, Notion
20. Dance 52 Endeavor
24. Khan 53 !.n,1r'ga ;,7 .S
27. Palm leaf DOWN
29 ,cm;r 1 Marian ar Ela


Bridge
Ay VICro MOLLO.0
Dealer north : oth tul.
North
S A 10 83
J7
; A
4 AK J742
South
QJ 9
SA Q 10 8 4 3
,J 3
,Q 5
North South

6*
West leads the K. How
should declarer play ?
Until South has got r~d of hiS
diamond loser, he c.n:-.3t alloid
to leave dummy without a
trump. That dictates his play at
trek two-a low heart, intend-
ing to finesse. If the finesse fails,
West can do no harm. If it suc-
ceeds, declarer ruffs his ,: J and
clears tr umrs.
It seems foolproof. and when
this hand came up. declarer s
task was further simphlified by
East who produced the 'K at
trick two.
South won eratefullv. crosse;
to the "J. surprised to see E, -
foFow, and detached the 42 r n
the way back to his *Q to dra'A
trump-.
West East
4 K4 4 7652
S92 -: K65


KQ105 987642
Q 10 9 8 6 3 5 --
4 109863 4--
Ea.t promptly ruffed c
returned a diamond to break the
contract.
The author of this insoir'
defence was Benito Garom
Declared however. Should h.,'-
avoided the trap All he h c i
d c was to ruff hi J ;in.l o-
cede a trumnD-if nere-,'.ar.

World. (8)
1,, High %etti" (9)
18. tin oser the top at rider
(9)
21. Wartime entertainers (4)
22. Water plant. (4)
'i!. I'.niuhrso (')
21 '.Part of the foot. r: )
isow n
1 i'-ort. (!i)
!. 'no ie between t'l)
:3. h- elter. 1:.1
4. i hadc. (4)
t;Irl''. ailmte. ( 1
ii. oiii o fit Bain. (1)
12. Hole-' in the ground lll )
1:. (' tile%

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L.ONE AS IC
A1 dL ANETA
N a~TA


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
2. Opponent 7 Co0rimun;o"
3. Fibs tab!e
4. Beast of 8 Good time
burden 9. Imbecile
5. Vermicide 10 Fawn
ine 6 eArDgac ~gs 16 Hetrew f th
g 4" o 18, Artific al
language
S - 21 Cut grass
22. Italian
commune
- 23 Compute
24. Zoo animal
to 1 2 2 25 One othe
Parties
S 26. Rowan tree
28. Eagerness
31. Young boys
33 Robot olav
36 Stick -p
S 4 38. Dispossess
42. 40. Rise
41. Japanese
ornament
42. Tidv
V 43. Muffins
-- 44. Alehouse
45. Before
aour,, 2.2 46. Compass po it


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[REX MORGAN, M.D. B DAL C,


JUDGE PARKER


By PAUL NICHOLI


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Wendy smashes a world record


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work :ii at last in the
Comi' n11 G dames todas
an< oh eali-ed it.
Wendy k, I e'-ar old
Canadian .1 School girl.
swam the hiit leg tor (Canada
in the women s 4 x 100 meters
miedleiy relay and set a world
mark of !-04.78 for ll' i100
meictrs hack.drok e
I he Canadian tcamn k'iint
away from Australi.i to win i
814.77 The result ilhad Cen
announced before anyhodi.z at
the poolside including %11is
Cook herself revioired a s 'Trld
S't:ord had gone
I lihe Canadian girl looked up


in ,isltonislhed smiles wihein i'er
record was read out I he >i11
mark was :94 00,. set hb I'11k
Righter ot 1 ast (Crumdi .
I A0 \t o Ilig athletes
dominated the i.1i\ s truck iand
field events
I tin Ihonlpsoni, 24,
'conip,irat ive novice at tihe
gaenc, won the marathon Ito'
I nuilard iIn :O : 12.0 tir'
'econ, l fastest time ev er
record d
\1o d i p sh i k o v ,
20 \ear-old Nigerian girl. hadl a
renimk.bile all-round display tis
S nilete ja trio )tl ie'dals.
She \on the gold in the
women's long rump with a leap


oft o.46 meters 21 ft. 2':ini
and the bion/c in the 100
mntccrs hurdles in 13.(69
I ast week she won the silver
nicdal iI the pentathlon.
I honipson's marathon
su-tess was like a dream tie
ntierT ran in the 26 mile 3,5
.inr classic until last October,
\sihen he was persuaded to
5otlpe'te in the Finglish trials
htac'.se' his club was a nman
short I
II' won the trial andl was
picked or Fngland's teanm at
hc games.
Sline marathon runner had
teared hot weather for the
rac., but it was put back to the


evening and the weather was
overcast and cool.
The course lay from Queen
I 'liabeth II Park, across the
north of Christchurch to the
airport and back. Thompson
led from the start
"I had a fright at about 19
miles," he said. "I had a drink
three miles back and suddenly


F.VEFRYBOI)Y'S taking
advantage of defending senior
boy s c h a inpin:, St
Augustine's College this s\c.rT
"Beating them like .i drum," .is
one tan puts it
But, take heed "'One ,da
we 1 he bh.ck As I sa \ oin
can't keep .1 ch itoI.i)1!n diOWn.
andt we'sc sil\a\ pr s\cd
ourselves to be iiumpiions 'vs,
the last 2.S ce rs." .ssc trl
S.A C's head cori h Vin,e
Iergusoeln
Minutes earn r hie watched
helplessly as thi' uindcleate'd
Aquinas Colle e \ce's im I
54-35 victor ggve ithemi their
fifth loss v se\cn p! isy ed
Nevertheless. Vinc is aj
satisfied coach .and proud ot
the squad he his to work s ith
"We don't have the person nil
this vy ar so .Ini'l he
disappointed I hlie have ht'c
playing the best tIe, can urtinidc
the circum stani es.''" Ie' to
reporters ask ing i'-(it Si \ (
sl umpi
I tns is the fIirsl sea Ts n in
tree ytoars that St \tgustinc's
might lose the chiamplonship
"I cannot be dlsa.pporintecd
when people are doing their
best." he said.
though the going has beenr
rough for the defending
champs this season, the\
captured two victories
Queen' s (ollee and IIn rice
Williams High which proved
that rimch still remains "We
are planting the best we canr
with what we',e got."
With playmaker guard
Michael B ow: at the herd of
the attack. S \ ( \ outset 'rcd
the might \cs 4- 1 2 ini tIhe
second atti l a ter i d1 I in tlihe
fourth
Forward Frarkls n Ilioias
was good for .a Sui igh iol 1
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Snuthl scored tour ot his eight
in the thind quarter
However. It \vas something
the A\,.es could afford then
r ,i l a.ipliii. (Ii '1 Rahltintg
,cored I 2 ot his 1( in the first
tw\o quarters the sItmrCe in which
Ilenittit )DjVs added eight ,)!
11is 11 !i\ ling the Aces ,I;:
e'i -goliTm : .2 2 halt tniie
lead I he' ended the 1 irsI
quarirtr aiiead 20-4
It \\a s in the third quarter
that li c es call laid c'lanmi
(on their ietors With Reggie
'otr mt', it eoint iol of lthe
d ct e tI'. i c' hoartds while
Rahniming nd loss:ih Srnitth
ctiati!vels wo\ rked the hall.
thed\ deise'ced S A ( to tour
p ,lts 'i t r p e:iod the ''nd oi
'hish tire' led 4 -2(,.
A.e ;,i P.t',a ed p orly .
that's j1." 'o,1 h Eerrg;;s-'n
con'isdrcd.'ed p until todai we
h t.ie e'!s n .e,'r. ging Ab' t:i 4-.
t ;ir r ,,s a1 gaJ ie W eI dInI't
l rvte r li.' sh Ote!s and *A
hlit- nlol bt.eer abs to stI te! 'th
layup
\part tr'ni tthit, we cia e
int' the 'Ca e', tl nh r itA e
approachi to iIt.' gatic he s,,iid
explaining t)r'.% his hlig centreL
Noel M\irroe w\as siJ e'tls'eid th'
se.is' l 1on di e to a le'a it i \ "' '
I think this has j '.eC i t
etfect on the whole te t'.i-
Of the all star Aces it w ctled
seem' a that i t is it [he1tin i
S A C might reliu.iish thr'.
title I' ie ,tIre gr o tet i 'see
and the go .il teh e pI 1 o r It
beat a. h bodis in the ice.tic
Sclmmented cowi g on
"' They wouldn't Ilhas it
trouble w innirtg tie i rise "
Speaking' ot tlr' pla t,,'is a
little over a week awa, aeli
I'erguson sounded even -norc


RENNIE

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FINAL


IDY SCOTT -vs
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d.isi "1 don't know i we
will I itnakc tie plai\ofts," ie
said "'What I ani saying is we
.ire plat tig to capacity\ no\w
with the talent we'se got
Should the\ make thel
pl,vi olfis tlhances iare they will
|iii\ the sallime wa thel arc
pres,.entlh plaiin g Not that
the\ JarcI not nimrprovsing. "1
do ri' think that we will
improve to tie extent that we
will Imake aris significant
impressiorln on anr body." hie
It'l irm ed.
Anyway. the products of St.
\ugustine's. Ferguson said has
miatte their mark. "ind I think
it is 11an indelible r:irk that can
,'ever bie erased. When the
innails oft iistor has been
eruoided the products of St.
\iuestsin' ss will be right there
i! t ih toretront "

1 niter Ithe slovgain "Win more
in -4 second place C. (
Sw eel ig l lii.'i seniorr bo\ s
lri ii;ph ,antls ovtrcjiaie their
firs: plaike loss to Aquinas
( college Acee and behind the
2'4point pertornmancc of Kevin
Click" Rolle defeated L. W.
Young High I W-5) yesterday.
Actiuilly. iacordinrlt to coach
Peter I hor-oni,. Sweeting
Iligh recos- erd I troin the
coind halt of( their inmatch
against the .\ c, It's lnst that
thc le co noilot put it together
to close the gap
In a battle I r second place.
Sweeting High take on St
John's Ciollei' I tomorrow
afternoon 4 .)'J ck ,it the
(artitinkel Aodiltrini
Yesterday .it the C'. I
Gibson (,iymi. C C" recovered
troum a 14 all first liihlf tie and
outscored ''Youing lirhI 29-18 in
the third quarter to win their
sixth in seven p1lay.d.


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felt weak."
But he got over it and
entered the stadium as fresh as
spring to make a sprint for the
finish line.
Jack Foster of New Zealand
was second, more than two
minutes behind, and Richard
Mabuzo of Swaziland was
third.
Don Baird of Australia won
the pole vault gold medal with
a vault of 5.05 meters 16ft.
6 an. and Robin Tait of New
Zealand captured the gold in
the discuss with a throw of
63.08 meters or 206ft. I lin.
England's Judy Vernon,
born in St. Louis, Mo., won the


nobody

women b 100 meters hudles in
13.45. Gayc Dell of Australia
was second antC the popular
Miss Oshikoya third.
Apart from Wendy Cook's
record, Canada played second
to Australia in the night's
swimming. Three Australians
won gold medals Don
Wagstaff in the highboard
diving, Neil Rogers in the
men's 100 metres butterfly and
Sandra Yost in the women's
200 metres butterfly.
But a Canadian, Bev Boys,
retained her highboard diving
title.
The reigning singles
champions in the Badminton


Picture: VINCENT VA4 ttGHAN
Sister Margaret Curry of the Princess Margaret Hospital presents the C. C. Sweeting
Athletic Trophy to Oakes House captain Danpy Stubbs. Oakes House successfully
defended their championship last week during the school's house sports. From left (front)
Mr. A. Leonard Archer (headmaster), Ann Leftbridge (assistant coach), Randolph Worrell
(co-captain), Judymae Miller (girls' captain), Stubbs, Sister Curry and Al Schrimpf (head
coach). (Back) Tom Grant (athletic director).


Picture: VINCFN t VA L'C(IA N
Head coach Gerry Harper (foreground) instructs his Aquinas College Aces during a
time out. From left, Clifford Rahming (captain) Lenny Stuart, Prince Hepburn, Grathon
Robbins and Jeff Brown.


JOHN BULL CAN'T STOP


SUPER STRACHAN'S


JOHN BULL'S aspirations
of upsetting Strachan's Auto
Afrikans causing a three-way
tie tor first place in the
Paradise LeaRgue came to no
good last night when the
Johnson in forward, Strachan's
wholesome 53 percent from
the field, scored a convincing
92-55 victory to preserve their
first place hold
"I hope these guys just keep
working like they should and
not get laxed, or complacent
with the fact that they are
number one now and are going
to take it easy," noted
player/coach Jerome Barney.
"Your're number one, it's time
to start working harder and if
they start working harder we
are going to stay number one."
Barney topped the
scorebooks for Strachan's with
a eame high of 32 points going
15 for 21 from the field and
two for four from the line. lie
captured 14 rebounds and gave
six assists.
Second to hinn was guard
Prince Hepburn who burned 13
of his 20 from the field. In the
back court he worked with
rookie guard David Patton who
passed off a team high of nine
assists.
New addition Lionel
"Snake" Evans is more than
satisfied with his season with
Strachan's Auto. "It's a
tremendous experience," he
beamed. Evans contributed 12
points and 10 rebounds to
their victory.
Merill Johnson topped John
Bull with a team high of 30
points. Allie Rolle and Charles
Stuart was next with eight
each, Rookie guard Leroy
Fawkes passed off a game high
of 12 assists.
Opening with a strong 2-1-2
defence that had Barney at
centre, Evans and Bertie
Mechanics, shooting a
from the first few minutes of
the first half showed
prominence. Guards Hepburn
and Patton on offence picked
the Bulls' defence to pieces
forging a 26-6 lead after nine
minutes of play.
Opening the gap by 22
points with eight minutes
remaining, Strachan's brought
on William Culmer and
Anthony Clarke who held on
well giving them a 43-26 first
half lead.
John Bull definitely lacked


By GLADSTONE THURSTON

the co-ordination displayed in
their victory over the Colonel's
last week and with the
exception of Johnson no other
player reached double figures.
- Midway in the second half
Strachan's brought into their
attack an effective% fast break
with Hepburn at the tail end as
they opened up a 76-45 tad
before wning their 13th in
sixteen played.
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Frankie Brice scored a team
high of 20 points while John
Johnson added 17 and
captured a game high of 23
rebounds leading Rodgers
Sports Shop to a 71-69 edge
over Super-wash Arawaks.
Van Delaney topped the
losers with 16.

In junior league action
yesterday, Phillip Culmer
scored a game high of 19
points and captured 18
rebounds while Patrick Dean
added another 18 along with
six assists in Nassau Schlitz'
62-46 victory over the
Warriors.
Lenny Stuart topped the
Warriors with 16 points and
James Coakley scored 12.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that FOTIOS MOUSIS of
Charlotte Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalistation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
January to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE

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




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CLINTON ALEXANDER
HIGGS of Eight Mile Rock -- Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.
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knew it

were toppled.
Punch Gunalan of Malaysia
overcame defending champion
Jamie Paulson of Canada 15-1
15-6 and Gillian Gilks
dethroned Margaret Beck 11-8
11-8 in an all-English women's
final.
English riders mopped up
three gold medals in the
cycling in the tandem sprint,
the 4,000 meters team pursuit
and the 10 miles race.
The last two weightlifting
gold medals were decided.
Russell Prior of Canada
won the heavyweight division
and Graham May of New
Zealand the super-heavyweight.


Foreman:


Ali fight

taught me

nothing
NEW YORK As far as
heavyweight champion
George Foreman was
concerned, school was out
after four rounds of the
Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier
fight Monday night. And
that's why he left Madison
Square Garden.
"I couldn't get an
education," Foreman said.
"They both fought a good
fight but I saw how things
were going and knew how it
would end. I couldn't learn
anything."
Foreman made his
comments at a press luncheon
to formally announce his title
defence against Ken Norton
March 26 at Caracas,
Venezuela.
Norton also attended the
Ali-Frazier match he stayed
to see Ali get the decision but
says the only fights he's
interested in watching are the
ones Foreman's been in.
Norton said he is studyinQ
films of the champion's fights
"to try to find some way to
nullify his power. He's very
strong.
"Fighting Ali was like a
game of chess," said Norton
who split two fights with Ali.
"Ali has tremendous speed.
With Foreman, it's just the
opposite. Ali is a boxer.
Foreman is a classic slugger."
"Norton knows what I'm
gonna try to do," said
Foreman, who refused to
shake hands with Norton and
never smiles when he poses
with him for publicity
pictures.
"There is no way I'm
gonna be laughing and
shaking Ken Norton's hand
right now," said Foreman.
Foreman is guaranteed
$700,000 against 40 per cent
of all income, while Norton is
guaranteed $200,000 against
20 per cent.(AP)


-Villa

sile izce

mighty

Gunners

LONDON -The once great
Arsenal soccer club has a
power crisis all to itself
following its shock exit from
the prestigious English FA cup
It is flop time at Arsenal's
Highbury stadium where the
fans have got used to a diet of
success.
Arsenal were bundled out of
the knockout cup tournament
in a fourth round replay by
Second Division Aston Villa.
Surprise results are nothing
unusual in this most
unpredictable of Britain's
soccer events. But the cold fact
is that for Arsenal the loss to
Aston Villa effectively meant
the end of the season.
"The Gunners," so often the
pride and joy of London, are a
spent force in the league
competition as well, currently
in llth place behind runaway
leaders Leeds United. There is
little likelihood of much
improvement.
Bertie Mee, the Arsenal
manager, summed up the 0-2
loss to Aston Villa this way:
"It was a fair result. I have no
complaints."
Mee will soon be in the
market for new players to
reinforce the club which has
won the English championship
eight times, the last in
1970-71, when they performed
the historic league and cup
double.
Alongside Aston Villa, who
now play at Burnley in the
fifth round scheduled for the
weekend of Feb. 10- 17, the
next round now looks like this:
Luton v. Leicester
Bristol City v. t ceds:
Liverpool v. Ipswibh.
West Broimwich 1.
Newcastle:
Southampton v. Wiexham:
Coventry v. QPP,.
Nottingham Forest v. Orient
or Portsmouth.
Four home clubs, Luton,
Bristol City, Burnle\ and
Liverpool, have already
decide their gaines should be
played on the Saturday
whether or not the
experimental Sunday play
arrangement is still in force.
(AP)

BOXING
KILLARNI' Y Hoxing ('lub
captured three victories to once
more take top honours in the
Boston Blackie sponsored weekly
amateur club boxing. tBin town
Club scored two victories.
Results: Len Miller (Killarne')
def. Barry G(linton (Centerville)
Crestwell Munroe (Bain 'own) det.
Allie Smith (('enterville); Saurin\
Rolle 140 (Killarney) def. Elisha
Forbes 145 (Tigers); Nehemiah
Rolle 160 (Killarney) def. James
Franklin 159 (Tigers): I earnest Barr
170 (Killarney) def. Levi Rolle 165
(Killamrney).


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that DELORES D. THOMPSON of
P. 0. Box F2879, Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
January 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CHARLES DEMETRIUS
FRITH of Freeport Grand Bahama, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, arid that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
Jan. 74 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that SAMSON FRANCIS
CHATELAIN of Eight Mile Rock Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of Jan. 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LUKE CONSTANT of
Holmes Rock Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
January, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. 0. Box N-7147, Nassau.


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