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for postage concestsons within the Ban.n. Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 62
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Tuesday, February 5, 1974.


Price: 20 Cents


THE TRIBUNE'S
"Suggestion Box" brought
fast action as a result of the
suggestion by "a merchant"
that our customs department
was still levying customs dues
on British goods at an
exchange rate of $2.50 to the
British pound when, in fact,
the pound had recently been
depreciating to around $2.25
to $2.30.
The Tribune confirmed


STORE

GUNMAN

GRABS

$2,000
SK I \\I III I Care and his
wife were held up and robbed
of over S2.000 by a gunman
on Saturday as they were
locking up their foodstore for
the night.
It was about 10 p.m. when
my wife was at the cash
register at K',nn, the's Food
Store un Bahama Avenuie." Mr.
(arey told The Tribune Theret
were no customers inl the store
at the time.
"A masked man 1 K to 24
years of age. dark, with a
p stocking pulled o)er Iis face,
but wearinmt bil.' tel hlat
walked in with d handiin ancd
ordered us toi h|an, over the
money. We had 52100 in a
paper bag that we'd taken from
the till and I handed this tou
him. Ik ian off and I gave
chase but he got into a getaway
car on .\cklins Avenue," said
Mr. Carey.
d He thought the car looked
like a Mustang.
Mr. Cares said he felt upset
0 that the holdup .id not beenC
e put 'in Radio I\ "'- had
givenl iC p leplt it tile prce
It and he firmly believes their
C public should be told what is
going on in this town today.
As a result of not hearing
anything on the radio about
the matter he phoned uIp The
S Tribune and reported the
s holdup to tile newsroom.

S CID probes

store blaze
(CRIMI NAL Investigation
a D)epartment is investigating the
it Sunday morning fire which
resulted in over $30,000 worth
of damages to the Rodgers
Supermarket, Jerome Avenue.
Fire officers reported that
the blaze was started in the
rear portion of the building
which included a set of
apartments upstairs.
No damage was caused to
the apartments by the fire, it
was reported.
Fire Department authorities
also said that a five-roomed
stucco house on the corner of
First Street and Poinciana
Avenue, the Grove, was
damaged by a kerosene stove
explosion at 6: 10 p.m.
yesterday.
The house was occupied by
Thomas Delancey, reports said,
and damages were assessed at
S250. Nobody was injured in
the fire.


Trainee nurse

charged

A 21-YEAR OLD trainee
nurse arrested at the weekend
by police in connection with
the fatal stabbing of her young
husband was yesterday charged
in magistrate's court with
murder.
The woman, Malretha Rolle!
of Watlings Street. Cocorut
Grove. was remanded in
custody by Magistrate George
Hannays unt 1 February 28 at
2:30 p.m. at.er the charge was,
read to he:', accusing her of
murdering Thomas Rolle, 27.
Rolle was injured at about
6:40 p.m. Friday and was
pronounced dead on arrival at
the hospital.


CERAMIC
SOUP

TUREENS

MA AmmU FNIIuPEIT
NASSAU FREEPORT


today from the Controller of
Customs, Mr Caleb Hepburn.
that customs are now
allowing merchants to clear
British goods at a conversion
rate of $2.30 to the pound
a reduction of 8 percent on
import duties on British
goods.
Mr Hepburn said that it
was as a result of the Tribune
bringing the matter to the
attention of Government that


the matter was corrected.
Mr Hepburn said that the
$2.30 conversion rate was
"subject to review from time
to time" and was made under
direction from the Treast'v.


Well, readers, there you
have it.
Here is an example of a
concerned citizen, a
merchant, who brought the
matter originally before the
public in a forthright and
challenging way. He put the
suggestion up in The Tribune
"Suggestion Box".

His suggestion was taken
up by the Government.....and


J.S. Johnson


dies


car crash


MR. J.S. JOHNSON, one of
Nassau's leading insurance
brokers, died in hospital this
morning of a massive heart
attack following a car accident
on M .cke% Street near the Star
Plaza.
Mr Johnson, 78. lelt his
ihome on I astern Road shortly
matter 7 a im. to buy a
nes ,spapcr, a spokesman lor
thie family said.
F roni the circumstances ot
the accident, it is believed Mr.
Johnson suffered a heart attack
w while trlvtllbing south on
*:i, kcs letcct and collided
first with one car and then a
second vehicle.
The Johnse;. car however.
continued down Mackey
Street, crossed Wulff Road and
ran into a house in the vicinity
of JBR Building Supplies on
the south side of Wulff Road,
according to police reports.
A spectator who witnessed
the three-ar collision outside
Star Plaza. said one of the cars
hit a wall after being struck,
while the second ran into a
fence.
lie said that neither of the


Mr. J. S. JOHNS
drivers was injur
couldn't say wkh
happened to the collh

"Hle came fiontm c
Street driving like a irm
he never did st
observed
Mr. Johni'on w .is
when he arrived t lit
died in the intense
of what appeared
second massive hleait
lmembel o the falil
Born in N\.iisa. Mr
was cdlucited at
t'ollege and lte u in I
Maryland.
Oin his rcltain
employed with R.t
Co. He also served


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COME & GET 'M. Only two davs lef. That's the
message our Lil (Lilly PinderI at The 'Frihim tells
customers as they pass her at the frmnt desk. With just two
days to go before the deadline fir entries, some copies tof
Saturday's paper with the Prci:e (ro'sword 'PZ::lc are sti!l
available at The Tribune office. Rememntber u ican submit
any number of entries you like ... and you may be the
lucky winner of The Tribune s 54220 prize o ian Orlanido
(Cipper Cutlass with a 50 h p. Johnson or ntnrude motor
The boat will be on display at .1/aura Lumber Ginpany 's
Shirley Street office as from tomorrow, Picture Pt111LIP
S YMONETT1:'


ISLAND MOTORS STILL

HAS GM FRANCHISE

CONTRARY to reports circulating. General Motors has
not withdrawn its franchise from Island Motors.
A GM spokesman, commenting unofficially, said today
that the company is negotiating for a dealer for its
Chevrolet and Buick line of cars but the franchise for
Pontiac, Cadillac. Vauxhall, GMC and Bedford trucks was
still with Island Motors.
He was not prepared to comment further however on top
level talks said to be taking place between GM and Island
Motors owner Bill Blackman on the operation of the
business.
The Chevrolet and Buick franchise was previously held
by Central Garage. It was explained that franchises are
negotiated with the individual operator of a company.
When the former operator of Central Garage departed
therefore, the franchise automatically ended.
The GM spokesman was not in a position to say whether
Central Garage was negotiating to re-obtain the Chevrolet
and Buick franchises.
He confirmed however that a number of local car dealer
firms have indicated an interest in the franchises.
"GM definitely plans to continue marketing its products
in the Bahamas," the company representative said.


Canadian Regiment in World
War I before entenng the
insurance business begun by his

Johnson, O.B.E., former
Speaker of the House of
Assembly.
At his father's death he took
over leadership of J.S. Johnson
& C( '.pan. one of the oldest
insurance firms in the
)0N Bahamas.
ed but Mr. Johnson was still active
at hat in the company until about a
year ago.
A former Justice of the
Peace, hie was a charter
SMaac.kcy member of the East Nassau
ianiac and Rotary Club and the Bahamas
p,'" he Chamber of Commerce.
He is survived by his wife
still tlive (;ladys and a granddaughter
spital but Karen. His daughter, Mrs.
c.ic unit Phyllis Rush, died last June.
to be a Funeral services will be
ttck announced later.


\ saoul.
. Johnson
Queen's
B I I imore.

he was
Curry &
with the


give t

F RI I POR I The last
quarter of 1973 the start of the
c.ier., crisis saw Freeport's
international air arrivals
increase 18.80 per cent over
the same period of 1972.
The final four months of
1973 brought 97,387
holiday-makers by air to
Freeport/Lucaya, an increase
of 15,410. or an 18.80 per cent
gain over the 81.977 visitors
logged during the last quarter
of 1972.
Despite gains made during
the final four months in air
traffic, it was not enough to
put the overall air total in the
plus column. The final 1973 air
arrival statistics showed a slight
decrease of .82 per cent. with
324.061 visitors logged in
1973, compared with the
326.735 that came to Freeport
in 1972.
I-reeport's total visitor
statistics for 1973 dropped
8.25 percent. from 483,872 to
443.964, a difference of
39,908.


Till Appellate Division of
the New York State Supreme
Court has reversed last year's
lower court ruling granting an
injunction to Huntington
Hartford in his action against
Resorts International Inc.,
developers of Paradise Island.
A release from the New
York office of Resorts
yesterday said that on January
28 the Appellate Division of
the Supreme Court of the State
of New York, First Judicial
Department, unanimously
ordered a reversal "on the law,
the facts and in the exer se of
discretion" of the injunctive
relief which it said was
"improvidently granted" to
Mr. Hartford in August 1973
by the lower court.
Mr. Hartford, founder of
Paradise Island, won a


as a result merchants today
are paying less import duty
on British imported goods.
It's certainly shown us that
"Suggestion Box" can be a
useful vehicle for any citizen
to "sound off" to try and
bring about a better Bahamas.
Why don't you write in
your suggestion to
"Suggestion Box", The
Tribune, P.O.Box N3207,
Nassau.


Lady Butler

in hospital

LADY BUTLER, wife of
Governor General Sir Milo
Butler, is indisposed and a
patient in the- Princess
Margaret Hospital,
Government House
announced today.
It is understood that Lady
Butler is in the intensive care
unit of the hospital.
A bulletin on her condition
is expected to be made
tomorrow.
All enquiries. Government
House said, should be
directed to the ADC or the
social secretary at
Government House and not
to the hospital.


Suggestion box brings results from customs


urism a boost


However, it should be
pointed out that the 197)3
Freeport statistics, published
by the Bahamas Ministry ot
Tourism, include only the first
port of entry for cruise visitors.
Visitors entering Nassau byf
cruise ship are not counted a
second time by the Ministry if
the ship also calls at Freeport
But the Freepi Lucaya
Promotion Board, in order to
get an accurate total of its
visitors, calculates all visitor
arrivals including visitors swho
have first entered the Bahamas
at Nassau.
The most significant tact i
these statistics is the marked
increase in air trattic to
Freeport from September
through December.
The first serious signs otf an
energy crisis were sighted in
September and grew in
momentum through December
International air arrivals to
Freeport were up 1.92 per cent
in September, soared to a
55.06 per cent increase in


October and a i( in per cent
increase in Novem l'
December lie first
full-fledged C'- crisis
mon th, saw a 3 7 per cent
decrease in international air
arrivals for the whole of the
Bahamas, but I rpcort posted
a ( S7 per cent gain
Freeport's closee proximity
to the LUnted States. thus
making it a shorter airline
route using less iuel. could
make the energy criis a boon
to Freeport's ouiri.smI industry.

GUNS STOLEN
POLICF'I contirmed today
that A.lDI. on Wultl Road was
biNoken into over lthe weekend
and several sihot Iuis stolen.
Ihe Fribune understands
that entry was made by
smashing one of the front
windows. The break set otf the
burglar alarm at 3 a.m. Sunday
and police were on the scene
swiftly l


preliminary injunction in
August against Resorts,
International, restraining the
island's present owners from
issuing additional shares in
subsidiary companies tit
Resorts in which Mr. Hartford
had a stock interest.
A further injunction also
restrained the New York Bank
of Commerce from disposing
of the collateral securing a $1
million loan made to him.
The decision of the Appellate
Division stated that the
"temporary injunction should
not have been granted unless
plaintiff (Hartford) shows a
clear legal right thereto and, in
addition, shows that he would
be irreparably damaged if the
injunction were not granted
before trial."
It was the court's view that


Mri. Hartford had established
neither.
Yesterday Mi tIarttcord 's
application to the Appellate
Division to reargue, or
alternately. for leave to appeal
to the Court of Appeals was
denied.
The etfect of these rulings
by the A.\pp'" l. i Division is
that I() the Bank ot Commerce
may dispose of the remaining
collateral securing Mr.
Hartford's $1 million demand
bank loan which is in default
and which is guaranteed by
Resorts: and (2) Resorts is no
longer restrained from issuing
additional shares of capital
sock of its subsidiary
companies in which Mr.
Hartford has a stock interest.
The Bank of Commerce had
previously called for


-DEATH CRASH


MAN 'TRIED


TO AVOID DOG'


Youth

admitted

knifing,

court

told
A F RI I I'PORI criminall
Invest igat ion Departmnent
111, i : '. -r nf' 111 in th e
tnurder trial ot T-heophilus
Smith, 1)9, of Fight Mile Rock.
Grand Bahama. yesterday told
a Supreme Court jury that the
accused admitted that he and
others were responsible for the
Kings Inn Beach knifing ot
English oil inspector ('live
Crocker
Crocker. employed with the
American Savbolt and
Company. inspectors for the
BORCO oil refinerN was found
dead on the beach oni
September 7. last year.
'I he inspector testified that
he had seen the man and also
noticed that the scene of the
murder indicated there had
been a struggle.
Ile told the court that the
youth, represented by attorney
Joseph It ollingsworth
volunteered the statement
verbally in an interview with
him after the arrest.
The youth, he said. had been
arrested by Nassau police and
was flown back to Freeport
during the investigation.


When he first saw the dog, a
pet owned by Mrs. Godfrey
who lived a few feet from the
accident scene, it was about 50
feet away from the woman.
In swerving, he collided with
a wall on the northern side of
the street where the woman
was and also into a small
,!JI near the roadside.
Cross examined by attorney
Jainet Bostwick, Bodie denied
that le had been "zig-zagging"
ac,:ross the street. lie told the
court that although he did not
brake the van abruptly, he was
in the process of slowing it
down when he attempted to
avoid niiirng the dog.
TRAVEL CLUB
THE BAHAMAS Travel
Club is to hold its annual
general meeting 8 pi.m.
Wednesday at the Bahamas
Teachers College in Oakes
Field. (Oil,,.i, for the new year
will be elected.
KIWANIS FAIR
THE KIWANIS Club of
Eleuthera has scheduled its
annual fund-raising fair for
Saturday in Governor's
Harbour


Left to right: Harry W. Hall -- vice president, Treasure Cay Limited, George Green resident engineer, Treasure Cay
Limited. Hilland Albury president of Buildco Ltd., contractor/builders of restaurant Berkley Evans sr. vice
president/general manager, Treasure Cay Limited, John Darville R.I B.A. manager development operations. Treasure Cay
Ltd. Thomas Robertson A. I. A.A. of Ar-Cop-Ltd. consultants of the project.


Work underway


on sewage plant


WORK was begun I I days
ago on a o n i.io1 sewage
treatment plant with a
250,000-gallon capacity
designed to meet the growing
requirements of the Treasure
Ca> resort d'c elopment at
Abaco. Ireasure aC.\ Limited
announced
Breaking ground tor the
project on I rida January 25
were Works Mirt,''r Simeon L
Bowe and Mr. Clarence
Danphinot, pre. ident of Deltcc
Banking, which holds the
controlling interest in the
development firm
On the same da\ Mr Bowe
officially opened Ireasure
Cay's new 150-seat Spinnaker
Restaurant, built at a cost of'
S 25 0,000
l'hC new ,Csewxac plant will
replace the smaller existing one
wht1h, according to the
Treasure Cay statement '"will
soon he incapable of handling
the present requirement and
the planned condommiium
de veloplmen's
The contract tor t '.*ii u
the plant was awarded to C&S
constructionn a local Iirm


based at Treasure Cay.
Treasure Cay senior vice
president and general manager
Berkley S Evans said that
Archihus Cooper and Bill
Swain, owners of the
construction firm, "have
demonstrated that they are
capable of undertaking this
technical project and we have
every confidence that a
first-class job will be done."
Mr Dauphinot was quoted
in the -Treasure Cay release as
saying he was pleased with the
progress that has been made at
Treasure Cay despite rising
internal and external costs.
More than 500 guests and
residents attended the opening
of the Spinnaker, overlooking
Treasure Cay Marina. The
building was designed by
Treasure Cay's resident
architect. Mr John Darville,
and was constructed by
hI II lCO Limited, another
local firm
In opening the restaurant,
the I reassure Cay release
reported, Mr. Bowe remarked
that "the management of
Treasure Cay Limited has
many projects in progress on
the island, and my Government
is now considering means of
assisting by providing a jet-port
for the area "
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force Band contributed their
music to the official opening.
A company spokesman told
The Tribune that special
permission had to be obtained
from Police Commissioner
Salathiel Thompson, who last
week confirmed that the band
had been temporarily "broken
up" to ease the force's
manpower shortage.

N, w'

EIFT

DEIIM PANTSUITS


repamieont of the demand loan
from Mr. lljrii,.rd and Resorts
had withdrawn its guarantee
In addition, pursuant to an
order obtained from New York
County Supreme Court dated
December 26. 1973, the Bank
of Commerce tendered to
Resorts, pursuant to its offer
to purchase, dated December
18, 1973, a total of 147,600
shares of Resorts Class A
Common Stock which were
pledged by Mr. Hartford as
collateral to secure the loan.
Resorts further reported
that it has purchased a total of
761,096 shares of Class A
commonn Stock tendered
through February 1, 1974
pursuant to the above
mentioned Offer to Purchase as
extended.
The extended offer expires 5
p.m. today New York time.


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A RADIO Bahamas
employee. Prince Bodie.
accused of killing in the course
of dangerous driving, this
morning told a Supreme Court
jury that Lucinda G.. ..ire' 58.
was killed after he had
attempted to avoid a dog in the
road
Bodie, being represented by
the Hon. Kendal lsaacs. Q.C
and Miss,, Jeanne Thompson,
has pleaded not guilty to the
charge which resulted from an
incident on May 26 at Gibbs
Corner, off East Street.
The accused said that he
"went unconscious" when the
ZNS van he was driving struck
into a wall and overturned. He
said he was still receiving
medical treatment for a
nervous condition.
Hie told the court that at the
time of the incident he was
driving at about 15 to 20
inp.hh At no time did he
exceed 20 m.p.h.. he
emphasised.
He said that as he drove
along the road, the dog ran out
into the middle of the street
and he attempted to swerve
around the dog.


after


Energy crisis could


Hartford ruling is reversed


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PK; SiDFNT Nixon was
olt cial y subpoenaed
Monday to testify in the
Fllsberg burglary case.
Itihe subpoena. requested
b% former domestic adviser
John I hrlchman. ordered the
Picsident to appear in ia Los
\iiiexics courtroom F eb. 25
anid again Xpril 1 s

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S uiiiilixii niili e siyVing that
ln Miondlaix latei noon in the
i( ul.an I mnlbissx building an
c\plxi-, charge exploded
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HOUSTON Skylab 3's astronauts
are preparing to pack !,718 pounds of
film, tape and biological samples
which they'll bring back to earth
Friday.
The data should tell man much
about himself, his sun and his home
planet.
Gerald Carr, William Pogue and
Edward Gibson were to spend most of
today transferring the cargo into the
Apollo ferry ship attached to one end
of the space station.
Carr told Mission Control the job
xxwouldn't be easy and said. "1 think
about all we can do on the transfers is
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sUppoit Syrii whether b\ the
prx.e neie L t Saudil troops ,on
t itc S\ 1.il1 li i lt 1 through thc
embargo against the IntedL
CtIlIIbalg )i ,IgiIi1s0 Itit.C I'nTIIt'C
States "
I atsl is tile acknowledged
lecIder l tht'e embnhargox Al
\nwiair said lti agreed lto make
the rela\.ition of o)il pressure
''Je'pendIent oin Israeli
cim umliiietiil either direct or
though the l united States, to
accept Sy rian teirils tor
111mlita disengagemient ."
h c I eb.anese newspaper Al
Ba> rak said Kuwaiti ruler
Sheikh c k Sa hahi Al-SalemI
Al-Sabah made a similar pledge
to Assad, promising "the oil


we get it all done."
Capsule communicator Robert
Crippen told him the transfer had
priority and, if any experiments
interfered, they would be cancelled.
Film and tape were on today's
transfer schedule. Biological samples
such as blood, urine and fecal samples
will remain refrigerated in the station
until the astronauts are nearly ready to
detach the Apollo vehicle.
Carr. Pogue and Gibson are to
splash down in the Paritic Ocean at
11.17 a.m. EDT Friday to end their
84-das space journey.
The space agency said the
scientific data includes 75.000


MINERS



STRIKE



TO GO



AHEAD


L.ONlDON Britain's coal
miners decided today to begin
a national strike from midnight
Saturday.
Shec decision was taken by)
the execut tlle t tll tic N\ational
I in of ii Mlineworkcrs. whthll
tcpiceIsentZ 'S0.000 men and1
\k.i', a n llnounced b\ Joec
iormle\. te llunlio presildelnt
I he deCisLI n < would halt
British industry bLx spring.
( oal supplies 70 per cent oI
Britain's clectrcit\ and .toald
stocks are already downi II
one-thiid troin the xovertlimel
boan the miners have conducted
since last Novemrber.
She government put Britain
in a three-day work week from
Ja 1I to save' fuel. It has
warned that -an all-out rmnirers
strike Lould lead toI txo-liay
Seek and other eimergeIncy
icasures to xae \ital energy
sUpplie's.
Miners are demanding wage
increases ot 30 to 35 per cent
in the stalc-run coal fields,
Pri c le Mi isiter I dl\xard
Heat h's ICnseratliVe
so 'rn eilicn! has itecred raises
ot i xel\ e n7 arid lI per cent.
A n th ng more the
adlm niistrAition slaws. wouIld
leaI govtI l e ent Iintation
I tie sinko call had been
c\p lctd silce' M lndai When icl
th results i a ballot oi rank
.iinl W., ile me" lll e rs at Iw
11 lhc ,i s \ ted 1 p cI l nSt t ,
ilh, rll x "c i. n ki :l < l


)Despitc the annotilIuncement
o) a strike date, there was still
tune to call olIf I stoppage it
the union anid the goelllilent
call work ouit a pa sLettleixent
before 'Saturda numidnight.
Miners' ptesidelnt Joseph
(,'lormles tloda reiectedlc a
government ple a tfot ne\\ talks
and said he ihadx "no doubt"
that the long-fteaed total strike
bL Britain's 2 80.000 miners
will take plxc-c.

(iiomletC\ was speaking .iftel
turning Jht) n ,1 last-lilMnute
plea ltrlioi I i inpio) liCient
Secretary William Whitelaw toli
a breakfast meeting between
gmerninent representative's an i
milners' union leaders.
The ilmeetin g would Ihave
come just beliore a sesslit o
the 27-man executive t t lhe
mirneworktrs'1 untir1n called to
decide' whether to strike.
Whitelaw intended to plea
once iiore with (oirmley that a
total coal strike will spell
disaster for a Britain already
struggling undei the energy
crisis and gigantic toieign trade
deficits.
"TheC executive is nlit lboundlid
to decide on a strike hut I have
ino doubt that there will he."
said (;ormley. "I can't see any
lsCful purpose in llm'etinlg MMi
Whit'elaw and we' \\ould nlt
hia ,I \ timne anyv .i\."

I rler., ( liti le\ ,ild a
uiikc. was inot in'vitA.bl t 1 it th
"I)\ l1Illnlnt was prCpa Ieid to
,Itlc i iiore cash


war Igailnst the 'niteid Stadles
ill conttinue until i hanll
Iterins I or dIisengageiIent IJe'
Mel "
\ssd miet witht both Persian
Iull It adei, s o\ei tile I weekt'end
Saudi FLoreign Minister Omar
Sakkaf anllounced the embargo
Ouilt oly? hbe lifted "when the
L'nilted Siates stops taking a
pro- I sraeli stance'" mind
guarantees Israeli withdrawal
from all o(ccuLpled *\rab
territories. including the
eastern sector oit Jerusalcem.
In another newspaper
interview, Khaddainm said "a
disc ngagemnent by itself
witIhout an Israeli coninutment
for total withdrawal and ain
assurance of Palestinian rights
is not acceptable to Siyria
under any circumstancess"
Khaddamn also told a news
conference in Kuwait lie had


photos of the sun, stars and comet
Kohoutek shot through Skylab's
telescope cameras and 19,400 pictures
and 19 miles of magnetic tape
obtained by earth resources cameras
and sensors.
That will bring the total from three
Skylab missions to 182,800 frames
from the telescope cameras and
46,146 pictures and 54 miles of tape
from the earth resources instruments.
The space agency also provided
these statistics on the flight, presuming
it ends on sciledule:
The Sk\lsab 3 astronauts will spend
84 dais, one hour. 16 minutes away


Into the Shaw Theatre,
London goes a red London
bus to provide the setting for
poet Adrian Mitchell's nesw
musical Mind Your Head
which opens this week.
During an imaginary
journey from Hampstead to
Pimlico and back a succession
of surrealist passengers jump
on and off with songs and
sketches.
Now sawn in half and
extended to show the
interior, the bus was
originally built by British
Leyvland's truck and divisions
AEC and Park Royal Vehicles
to the designs of London
Transport.

Nicolette gets

her cot
NI( 0111 I tiniest of the
24-day-old Rose nko\sit/
sextuplet s. waxi removed from
lecr inculitoi i and instllcd in a
cot in her ( apc To n hospital.
S1ti' h1,ad troiublc injinl111 iii
lhcl tIcmperlit lrc' ou tside lti
111ulbaltor wntlil laite List week.
said a dI lo l ti .at Mto|\ ra)
M;iterriltt H ,spit' li, but is noi\i
able to join hlic l ithrcc hi thl
1and twAo sistcis oitlsldc.


REAGAN RAPS X FILMS
SACRA-MI-FNTO Gov Ronald Reagan, a former actor, says
he's ashamed of the motion picture industry for production of
NX rated nmoies.
"'Frainkl I just don't think the X-rated pictures should be
made.' the 62-year-old governor said during a question-answer
session with 19 students from Sacramento High School.
Reagan, a six-termn president of the Screen Actors Guild, later
told a reporter he had not seen any X-rated films, nor did he plan
lie also said he did not intend to see the film "The Exorcist,"
which is rated 'R" but has been called too explicit for that rating .
bs somirre reviewers. "
Nio persons under IS are admitted to X-rated movies: and R
racing ineans no one under 18 can be admitted without an adult. -
in the past, Reagan has identified "Patton" as a movie he
part cularls enjoyed. Monday, he said those he had seen since,
and liked. included "The Ctowboys" starring John Wayne and
"SMaurie" w ith Bernie Cases. A


"'Maurie" was the story of a basketball player raising money to
rehabilitate a dying fellow athlete. Maurice Stokes.
In response to a question during the session, videotaped for
classroom viewing, Reagan said he was opposed to governmental
censorship of film
"I would like to see the day come when the motion picture
industry would clean its own house," Reagan said.


RONALD) RAGAN
'I'm ashamed


'Stay away


from gas


pumps


'call


WASI IIN(;TON .iAmerican motorists were asked by the
ledeilcial energy (Officc to stl awax \ froi gasoline puILps unless
lle' need'l at lc,ist 3 worth o gasoline.


Rhodesia:

no solution


1)AR I S S,\I -\-\M British
Foreign Secretar% Sir Alec
Douglas HIlome siud todai
Britain liad nix imnmediate
solution for the Rhodesian
prI bl'iii .ndiii i planning no11
xnew initially x
I'He told newsmIen 1lhat
Br1tain Ihad not taken
responsibilIt. for Rhodilesia' s
internal aillirs for 50 \ ears
)ougtlas-lI onic saiLil herC
\\as reason oi optimism il tlhe
talks between Rhodesitan
Prenliei lait i Siiltii and tl he
leadtr oft lhie Atri.an National
(C'out ne i] t ishliop Abel
Mi l/are 'wa
lie s,aid IIs ,lks w\ ith
I anl/ iuti oxlfticialsa ,. which
inluluded a lt\\ -ihouir discussion
wiltl Piesident Julius N\\erere
earlier in tlie dax iinodxluced
broad ,iagt client on bilateral
issues btil sxiliC disagreiementl
on iInleinational t a] tti.'rs
Rel ti'rlnig to possible
lt'liie a o, l i,1 lo I anl/l.ia. cut
in I i. I xd ougilias Ioilc sa,i
BritIsh x ulx i x\c lLti nic alI
assistin, e and t liit capital
plr i'.s V IoutLld H d' tliscuss'ed
l ikt'r i .\1)i


Synergy Ad niinistrator
William I F. Simon said he
hoped setting a minimum
purchase target for motorists
would help reduce the long
lines that form daily around
gasoline stations throughout
the country.
Sinion also said he will
consider making the minimum
$3 purchase mandatory when
he has legislative authority to
do so.
Motorists previously have
been urged by ttie federal
energy office tol make
maximum purchases of 10
gallons.
Simon said preliminary
surveys have indicated that
nany people buy justi a few
gallons of gasoline at a tune in
order to keep their tanks full.
Ihis is causing problems
both in the amount of gasoline
available and the delay at the
gasoline punmi in buying :t.
If mniotorists keep their
tanks full all the time it is a
f orm ot hoarding gasoline."
Siimon said.
"We believe that the
allocation progranmme will
insure equitable distribution of
gasoline supplies throughout
the country," Simon said.
"'But we must allow it to
work and panic buying isn't
helping the situation "


Vorster calls


early election


(1 1 I ()W1N South
trial's IPil.ne Minister John
VorIstr tihas called a general
eli.ct in t'oi \pril -24. a ear
earlier thaI required hi la Iw
I ie lIanno) nce nll' It had heel
c\pecxed lor xx'e'ks It xias
made in Parliamient after
Oppxosltion leader Sir I)e
Villiers (I aill i moved t hat the
government tlad lost the
conlidlence ot South Aftricans.
.Analysts expect 'Vorster to
go to the white electorate in a
position of strength.
Internal wrangling in the
liaiti iopptosition ini.ited Parts
plus a recent redirawilnig of
parliamenIIItar x constituencies


has c c. Ia iual.iicd tli ruling
Nationalist Party as a firm
faivourite
Vorster. 58. reportedly
wants earl> endorsement of his
policies for another five years
bec cause of inflation and other
economic problems, the energy
crisis and increased terrorist
attacks on Africa's white-ruled
southern tip by black
insurgents.
S he nationalists have
governed South Africa since
1 484 They currently hold 118
of the 166 seats in the IHouse
of Assembly as well as solid
control of the Senate The last
election was in April 1970.


"no otIuL.ial \\i o-nld t
tcpoiledltl lcIIiiCsl tl i .S.
Se.retar\ ot Stale IleIrc
Kissingeir l Itu'! n toIi
I)am.isciis x ILn help1
halini, i oiil ,i t 'S\ r.l inx -lsA -I l
disengage meInl a gi ement
I hie 1 os AI ngeles I lines
quoti ng diplomatic I Ls. i cI s 111
Bcirut, retpoils sucli a r'equestit
hiad been niad
Iaisal, whox hi as in ide iIt Iis
mission to briing bahck to Ara.i
I ule the Israeli c upii ed
Mosleini shrines in Jeltisallem,
has been reported addlliamin on)i
the tluestion oti Isaieli
w hithdraxwal ti n ti he lihI
ity .
All thlicse d elo mnienit s hi\a
caused oil industry siouices to
auction I) Americans iahu it
hoping tor an early end to the
Arab oil iemb I;'. ( \P


Yard want



help to


get Biggs

LONDON Scotland Yard today asked the govern n :,,r
help to bring back escaped train robber Ronald Biggs from BtiI.
after its own detectives announced they were returning irom R:
de Janeiro without him.
A Yard spokesman said the Foreign Office had been asked i
approach the Brazilian government on handing over Biggs ., ,


from earth, will circle the globe 1,214
times and will travel 34/2 million-
miles.
The totals for the three Skylab
crews will be 171 days, 14 hours, 14
minutes; 2,476 revolutions of the
globe; and 701%/ million miles travelled.
Flights of 28 and 59 days were
recorded by the Skylab I and 2
astronauts.
Carr, Pogue and Gibson will raise
the cumulative hours for 30 U.S.
manned space flights to 21,851. This
compares with 4,874 total hours
logged by Soviet cosmonauts on 20
flights. (AP)


ANRE


Skylab packs for home-after 34 million miles


escaped from jail eight and a half
Ile had served two years of a
the 1963 robbery which netted
then 57.26 million
British officials said
negotiations to secure Biggs
will be conducted at the
Brazilian Fimbassy in London.i
The announcement came
shortly after the Yard said two
of its detectives were flying
back to London after failing to
persuade the Brazilians to hand
over the 44-year-old Biggs. at
present under preventive
detention in Brazil.
Meanwhile, in Melbourne.
Australia Mrs. C'harnmain Brent.
wife of Biggs. seems to doubt it
her husband will ever he set
free by the Brazilians. instead
of being handed over to British
authorities.
She said "It's a bit too
much to expect. I think there
might be pressure brought to
bear by t he British
governmentn"
She said her love for her
husband had not changed,
despite his reported statement
that he loved a Brazilian girl
and wanted to stay in Brazil
with her.
The Brazilian government is
reported planning to use Biggs
as leverage to obtain an
extradition treaty with Britain,
Brazil wants such a treats
since there are plenty of
fugitives living in Great Britain
who are wanted by the
Brazilian law." one source
commented.
The Brazilian government
put Biggs under protective
custody for 60 days after he
was surprised Friday at a
beachfront hotel by two
Scotland Yard detectives (APt
Boy beats

off bear
A 13-YLAR-OLI) boy and
his 80-pound dog vanquished a
200-pound bear that charged
out of its mountain hideout to
attack the boy, police reported
in Japan.
The police said the bear
clawed young Masaaki Miura.
and the dog dug his fangs into
the bear's back as the three
rolled down a slope
The bear gave up tihe
struggle after five minutes and
fled with another bear that
stayed out of the fray
M asaak i's cousin, a
24-year-old schoolteacher, was
walking behind when the bear
attacked.
The boy suffered lacerations
on his face and hands but was
in good condition, doctors
reported. His Akia-Ken dog, a
breed of white animals known
for their ferocious loyalty, was
unhurt.(AP)


Syria dashes American oil hopes


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30-(-ear sentence 'or his pI .r .-
m ore than two ;.-ll ., plix .


Lawmaker

attacks

Biggs'

arrest

LONDON A Brtitix
legislator sa'. he w t ants .
invest atitxonl nto the "it[trli
hi/arre arrest'" of Ronald Bigg,
Britain 's most wanted ian !i,
the past nine \ cars.

Biggs. whlo escaped from l
Loxndon prison in 190. a5t;.
conviiction for his part in 'Ih
S7 ir llixon (.reat I ra;i'
Robber tlwo years earlier, w.i,
arrested b1 two Scotland 'Y ixJ
detectives in Rio de Jancii,
i:rida acting on a tip I roi
the Dailyx I press.
Ra> ( carter. an oppositxii
l.ib i! lawmaker, aikedil Ilr ;i
Sclcctarx Robetrt ('an tI ':
assurances that there wav.lx ,
cxAllusixon between tihe picli
anil th nli ci ,- pa' pcr i er. (anr is I
answer thie xti stion in 1 li h
I luse' ii (I xxiiiM ons laltel hi
week "'It wkas d in utterly\
hib xi e .ii rest." ( carter tli !
line smen. s A I)aill I xprI-r
reporter and photogiaplihc,
werc with Biggs so ime tilli
before the arrest took plax.-
and Biggs COiild have tined t''
ha\e c\.adedi a erI st it he \\.l.N.it'
to, hic added.
'" he Biritisht ( ons l \i 5 -
reported 'xs saying that V:
Biggs wA isled to return
Britali. vIe is now reported r-
thl radio a.is i5stI i g II st,i.t\ I
Bra/i."-
"It would se'em, trcd li!L
adnilttecdly .i c^iiisldx'o ai'L
d i1 s i. n L t h a t t h t '
circumstances '. 7-'; *I n.II, Ii theI
whole episode' lievial the pilixc
either to bC iiiomxilletllt i01
that there was sxtmilc collusion
between thml and the Dailr
I xprcss." ( \P


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Tuesday, February 5, 1974.


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Tuesday, February 5, 1974.


By I It \\I 1)1 P'( II1
)N IW(O occasions IeVore t llhe BahamIIlilas bca viimie I.i
independently national l i .lul\, l ith l;ist, a PrliCe M inII ci ISt 'ii i 1..
stated in public speeches that It(' did ln lt Ical k locii inlrtusion onl(M
lBahailian teritloi built thai i he wast bu5ilh i.ni, up inllial if ces1 i. l
protect th ll iveiiieit ti iim the possibility ol inilernal liip lsillgs
Mr. Plndlim i said he was taking tiLis prcaii lion because il hai d
been the expei ience ot l other new nations tha i nilni'est followed ii I
the wvake o independence.
tis seemed a siac admission hor li lin it make on the eve o-
this impoiltant transition !o(i til e,,ple because it had bheen
liimplipe d I roI the houe i ops that hiiv iue e de iii ,,u!l-d i dui'
heliei diays loi the people.
Sli independe c ill ieant an inip'ovem ills il th lives o ttlh
xopl e ... wh\ shim ld it h1n`1 r discontent and disturbancs'

Ihe real truth is that independence hic as not ;iipoed
conditions lo i anyi of the new nations ini this hsemlil.sphere ... and inII
ltmany places tl he i lias een a sltevady decline.
hie iovernient ol Tii dtal and F.il.to hlas e,\pe, irlenced I
ineaICd -cvil-waI and ihthe county is in a stal tol lilslani tin s! Ili
Piine Mini.stei Dr. hlric William s, whov, i hlas iulcd lthe ailca lliomtli e lt
liin e ,t lhl change, is reinin III iom potliils. lie ays the people in
thl.' iaiilil. eain l a e ,i 'lcd to ,ll .iI, lip i, hr il \pe tTlli Ill
thl e sitiple eluilthi is iha ie pO il.cis lI iiii lJu ni b 1y D1 s i', il,
:it hI,s kinid in all i he tllici islands have N s comipleeli,
undemuned th ill iTacte o tilie people thai a la nkensteiini
lol '.n-Ic; :s bev n e't'v'i d ihi .t i., hlie .2an i ca i t-ol
Ja miiai,. si. Ki s. -Xnllti'ia are all illn i had hape bul, al ihe
imomenti the heatliful island ot (tienada d s iin a seri is stale it,
iipih l .l
IhlciC hl ave b'ieen sit ke a d htiiours otf disl irbaiiciiCes i'lin onI
in (renada for a lonhm lime in protest against the decision ht
Premier (;iatr' to take tllie island intoi iihde''-nd1enc 'e on eb tiary
7th. A stlion dclegationl went l o I nfiland last yeai li n tlhe
Indcticndence Cotlfelence! \as beims held to protest .uislt tlhe
pwiposal butl Lingland is now to so eat er to shed all its external
responsibilities thai the British government have lineiiu a deal .ar
as the\ did in the Ab;'to case iln the Bahial s o t 1l aippc'al
loi consider attion bv hlovl Britisi shubeclts in leh i linlie: cloloniew

L nlikc the l hanas MliI v.ie oiiu people look ti e !lansllioii
,lsl. I1. Cven tIhough 40.X)O votes were casNt against. t the chaniie I
lhe general lectiton ion Sepitcmb l 19. 19772 ... (thlie lleniiln t
received ah t 60,iX)O0 t votes) ... the I l ople ti t reiiada awvc lakci
to lthe streets in cmph"a1 i/in lhlie piotest iai ns Ia l ltit e i vtil i'llimenilt
oI tIc (iGary who, it wotm ld appea,. is a llitle Papa )Do will I
seCu t poih e foce that tvian Oies the ',ople o( lhc island.
lThey ave idemIlanded t.Ie t esignalion oii M1 v alI v lv he\
decla ed t.at it' lie didn't les. tnu h\ JIanltli \ il i thet wv t ilhe aC i
island-wide strike. (aily le ,sed to lesign and lhe o ,ppositionll
ca ,ned out its threat to close d iown llhie island
Thi strikers iin that island aie no oi dinai\v people. Ill e\ ai
drawn lioim hll e icspounsible tlecnils inI tle islanild Me i ts ol ,
the ('uainbci oil (.'ti onn icei pi'olessional iieSia mI st ot ihie laMib Iun
llniolns and religious leaders inll ihe island air le'!din lle p I teI,
tli\e lmeiit. I v
G:Ai rules tihe island wilt he suippo l l o lhc "l',s i iN10I l Ic
won a landslide \iclov alt tlhe polls iIn the Lii general elst ion. It
would appeal liowevCi hA. l til t il aboii l s l l t h ii C,spo siieh
elem cents' I lth island .ilce ai.iii i lis 1tl e ninil;i il B'l i lilt i li llv'
," ipPorl ofl I s secici I osil ii iC e s ln llil the iiilld t lI 111 1 alin
halind.

list i b. i o til e\te I l lt i ceased Io I i I thu i v i ei l il
protest s!ilikc went into ope aion on l anl l ar,i Is l Bitl (,ill\
stick Last. ()n Suindal Janni ti l lith the it c ni n niit cl idnlledi
adlito stlatllon ICe iesCkled (,ili\'s ,,cIC l polie lo 0it lli,_ i thle'
Prciiul's wsidlence on Motnd.a\ minii. Iich d il lin n was asked i t,
hbrng three i lcids.
Buill ubeoic all this happened (,,i l\ hiad filo.iced tIie ll0ino i
w lio wout ld nolt l.ll ni o lii s i w it his li"i i ici l vI li. iwll s iit,

I Ins wasi oil i 1 ntr lisli toWcin.o It w.I a t ie .dajn a le
wo, ti l lie lis l ,woli i n i intt l ti tl Ian iiid I I ns .ne1 Oh
,,es, d e as, black. \nd o l i0 e iN lin' I n_lisl! \\ l ,l 'i.t I t ,sueic
ii llhis conlll Ihle Itisa d li a I eai led 'hle po il w lt e;:, thlie
w allies had been Ch uliinated iand ilhe ila ks \\ci cm iniir ac oi Ihc .
( ie ti\ mi sti ha e \ laitl ,c i e tl iti mal, io! it hii ith 'e sliikl- t. had
leached boil ,Ig pot il because onL MonI dai l i imo n i iiW tr I, bt1t1oil ihce
lise l lhan l o the scci tl police Oand alli t IL send \Iia seil' lin iI
lthe g roilnds ol lhe Plie ii"'s lsicsidence. oci ,i000 pirjotiesn ti ook
to lfie Tslel d i'.
T his ics tlel d i n a baliic \tal will sli.ks. iocks anid bholles
between tlhe sec:elt poike and lthe d.' 1,;oil s Ma l\ people
wer Injuled.
Wheln the secret p e lice lied Io dlsei.pse lhle !oowd dai(\ called
outl tihc !gular police and aimed tlheii will uilles and itei gas
bomibs. As a icsull Runp i! Bislh.io one ol illi ledisc oI llie
deni .nslialion. was shoi and killed.
No one can predict wlial ma\ hl p|'itn e lhe iiland heloic l
becomes anotlhei lin\ new nallon in llns hlemisp.lhie on I chi ali\
"l h l i seeiis ceilaii Ihal llhe landd will iol bhe a happ, place
lot a loni' lime to conmc ... especially it dany is nol i ,lilated inl
cai ,iinr out his intention l o establish an Iro10 dcliloihiup li tlle
Island. 1 * *

(OOTNOTI KO HISIORY Since *. -.!il!..' lth .ntcide !ikite
have been tliilhe, clasihes i. (Cianada. Mole" topic have been
killed and iniiiied. Sl lops have been looted, leading ihe loolers
liae bhce iol iem en i i fin il im. Tdin.s was aIll ii ith il l ( ,ii\ so



The Miami Herahl mad, some ltmcl editoial conmne.nls on
the decision ol -nglaind lto o lliough with independence lor tlhe
island on I cbia;iry 7th il spile of all Ihat has happened.
"Thle Briiish sat thlie liate no right Io in ecte ie in internal
affairs," The Herahl coniiiuinied.


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"11i iiN .li i ki.vi s'. "

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s l, i n lie died
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(hiiles tR Iiism bachc l to Ictvvev', an aw iJ lionI i t lie I .i\a i
Rolai\ Club loi thle ,cilxLs we lhid peioiiied loi thousia d, o
c 'ppl'd children iland Ililndieds o' ad llsM in N iaui t, IW i "I(I\

We Ialked aboi hl Ihe people \\ho lit iJ h ieent vi i i n iii l ki l!ir
\ itk a success .. and Nise Jlones' ldnaie was anionl ' lhose l
lt polli e li.e i .
i'hIC'in I ici\cd the news oIl hlei dealih I 'phoneii d Di. Buihat l
to tell hil ll Ial his iSvoim it e n ne11111 haid left ius.
There was silence' a the oleii end ol the hne fol a second. \ind
lien: '"'i south.' he said. More silence. then: "Bo\ sli.t \\s
wol kcI."
Dl)un llthe childikn's clinics Dr. Biibachici was alvwas ala/ed
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DEAR ABBY: Altho I am in prison, I am a loyal
reader of your column. Mostly because I miss sharing life
with people.
At times you have expressed faith in God. Deep in the
night I am restless and unable to sleep because the memo-
ry of my crime [murder] haunts me. I have sought God's
forgiveness and believe that Jesus died for our sins, but I
am unable to find relief from my troubled conscience.
Abby, is murder a forgivable sin? I find no reference to
it in the Bible, but there is reference to an eye for an eye.
If you can give me the answer, you will do much for my
peace of mind. Thank you.
A FRIEND IN RALEIGH, N. C.
DEAR FRIEND: All religions endorse the concept of
forgiveness to one who is sincere in contrition and repen-
tance. It was expressed in the Old Testament in Isaiah
55:7. "Let the sinner abandon his way and his thoughts and
let him return unto the Lord for He will have mercy upon
him and fully forgive." In fact, so strong is this feeling in
the Bible it Is repeated seven times in the Old Testament.
If a misdeed was committed, it can be fully atoned by
paying one's debt to society and also by examining one's
conscience and thru self-understanding changing one's ways
and returning to the path of goodness. A beautiful expres-
sion of Divine forgiveness and mercy was given by Nah-
man of Bratslav, an 18th-Century sage: "There is no sin
that will not be forgiven by sincere repentance."
To this may I add that the hardest person to forgive is
oneself. God Bless.
DEAR ABBY: My problem is my mother. She shoplifts.
I know this for a fact because I have seen her in action.
She takes only small things that will fit into her purse. I'm
the only one in the family who knows about it. I really
can't understand why Mom would steal. She can afford to
buy anything she wants. Besides she picks up things she
has no use for, like cheap sunglasses, and orange lipstick!


Khr Eribunt


This criminal needs to forgive himself


She stole a can of cat food, and we don't even have a cat'.
My mother and I aren't very close, so I can't talK to
her about it. She'd probably deny it anyway.
It would kill my father if he knew. He is a highly
respected elected government official. I am 15. Please don't
use my name or town, but tell me what to do.
WORRIED FOR MOM
DEAR WORRIED: This type of shoplifting sounds like


kleptomania. It's an illness and can be cured with treat-
ment. First tell %our mother what you have told me. And if
she denies it, tell your father. It won't "kill" him. He'd
appreciate learning it from you.

CONFIDENTIAL TO "HURTING DOWN DEEP IN
PHILLY": Don't be ashamed of an honest emotion. There
are no good losers. Only good actors.


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From Page 3
at the speed with which Nurse Jones xorkked. She seemed to
know, what to do every step of the way tlli(iitt being told by the
doctors.
I have often watched Dr. Burbacher while his eyes followed
Niise Jniies at her work in ama'/ement and admiration.
"Boy," lie said to me more than once. "I have never seen any
nurse strip a child as last as Nurse Jones does it. She seems to gel
all their clothes off with one movement."
lie is a man of few words. This was the extent of his comment,
which was always accompanied by a chuckle.
The large cathedral church was tilled with friends and admirers.
They were not just numbers. I have seldom seen so many first
class cili/ens, drawn from a wide range of the Bahamian society,
turn out to show love and respect for a departed friend.
Love ... I-'riindship ... Service. These arc all synonymous terms
f- or the life story of Nurse Alice Hill Jones. She was a remarkable
woman and I can say that my life has been greatly emiched
because Alice Hill Jones was a life-long personal !iend of mine.

A letter has now been written to the Press suggesting that
Nurse Jones should he given the Golden Heart Award.
Isn't this just a little bit late?
I know that she was recommended for this award before. But,
t ,cirltunmtely,. in the Bahamas today, Bahanmians like Nurse Jones
who sci,.'d t lie people when they had no one else to lielp them
have hb ii shoved into the background of memory.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
(Cortipted Ireemnen ale the woist of slaves. (GARRICK


CROSSWORD
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ACROSS
1. Kind of 26 Sea eagles
numeral 28. Disservice
6. Scout badge 29. Green
11. Sports center gemstone
12. Spellbinder 30. Tavern
14. Cynic 31. Kind
15. Scottish river 34. Timetable
16. Mine abbreviation
17. Black 35. Young Boy
18. Little girl Scout
19. Owned 36. Musial
20. Title 37. 101
21. Pixy 38. Blunder
22. Banquet 39. Bowling score
23. Crooked 40. Language
25. Talesman 42 Tidal wave


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44 Threes
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2. Palebuck
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Miss Canada, Blair
Lancaster, presents an
original Eskimo Soapstone
carving from the Arctic
region of Canada to Mrs.
Biana Cole, to be
auctioned off February 23
at Government House as


part of the many valuable
objects d'art being sold to
raise funds for the
Bahamas Association for
Mental Health. The picture
was taken at the Nassau
Beach Hotel.


Tense, 4

worried, ?

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some

tranquility


out

on

Paradise

A BATTERED fibreglass
dinghy ferries you across the
harbour.
You get off at a small dock
and walk up a winding
palm-fronded pathway, past a
Hindu temple to an aging
wooden frame house set on a shallow
hill overlooking one of the best anaemi
white-sand beaches in the c o n c
world, will-pov
a differ
Where are you?....At Swami from th
Vishnu Devananda's Sivanada holiday
Ashram Yoga Retreat in alchol
Paradise Island in the Bahamas. unhealtt
If you don't think a course of peo
in yoga is the ideal vacation for worries
you listen to what the Swami's diamond
annual camp publication has to and yo
say vacation
Swan
"'Think of \our tensed Yogi
nerves, your worried mind with around-
endless family\ and business i n 197
problems; tour unhealthy plane
body with stitf backbone, hand-pa
rounded shoulders, dropped Peter N
chest and ill-ventilated lungs Island
coated with tobacco tar and vision
nicotine resulting in unhealthy, world t<


This montage depicts Swami VishnL
Devananda's Yoga Retreat on Paradise
Island. The Swami is shown directing
asanas (exercises). At upper right
corner is the approach to the retreat
which can only be reached by boat.


breathing and an
c brain without
entrat ion or
wer "Perhaps you need
rent kind of vacation
e ordinary one in a big
resort with plenty of
lic beverages and
hy foods, in the midst
ple camouflaging their
with mink and
ds. It is time for you
our family to try a
n at the Yoga Camp."
ni Vishnu is the same
who made an
the-world trip for peace
1 piloting his private
that has been
inted by pop-artist,
lax. It was in Paradise
that the Swami had a
of the people of the
hearing down the barriers


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Bahamas where they called on Tourism Minister, Mr. Clement Maynard. From left: Mr. Stokes M. Tolbert, Director, Tourism
Projects Department; Mr. Maynard; Mrs. Doreen E. Calvo, also a staff member of the World Bank; Tourism Director Mr.Som
N. Chib, and Permanent Secretary Mr. Ellison A. Thompson.


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JOSEPH BOLOGNA in L13Atis
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i Reservations not claimed hy 8: 15 will be sold
on first come, first served basis.


Wednesday thru Friday Wednesday thru Friday
Matinee starts at 2:15 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
"THE DESPERADOS" PG. "IF HE HOLLERS, LET
Vince Edwards, Jack Palance HIM GO" PG.
PLUS Raymond St. Jacques
Barbara McNair
"THE MIND OF PLUS
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that separated nations. He
made his journey for peace as
an expression of this vision.
The Paradise Island Retreat
is one of three that the Swami
maintains, the others being in
the Laurentian Mountains near
Montreal, Canada, and in Grass
Valley. California.
All the retreats are located
in areas where the air and
surroundingss are as
pollution-free as possible.
They lure the harried
housewife and the put-upon
professional from their hectic
urban pace to the peace and
tranquillity of yogic isolation.
Most people who attend the
courses offered at the Paradise
Island Retreat do so through
the offices of established yoga
centres in North America and
westernn Europe.
However, it is possible to
apply for accommodation once
you are in Nassau so long as
you have a sincere interest in
Yogic principles of health and
self-discipline.
No smoking or drinking is


permitted at the Retreat,
making it the ideal place for
those wishing to shake these
troublesome habits.
Meals are strictly vegetarian
and a "donation" of $S15 a day
is required to cover room and
board.
A course lasts approximately
four weeks and includes asanas
(yog.ic exercises) and
meditation.-
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
the guest is on his own to
swim, fish or boat in the
crystal clear Bahamian waters.
There is accommodation for
up to 50 persons at the Retreat
and a 46-foot cabin cruiser
known as "the floating
temple" is on hand to take
guests for picnics and asanas on
nearby cays.
Formed in 1967 as a
"non-profit, spiritual
organization to teach the
science of hasha yoga which is
based on Vedantic Hindu
philosophy", the Retreat has a
staff of seven yoga teachers
who have graduated from the


RECORD LOSS
OF SHIPS
MORt SHIPS were lost in
1973 than ever before, the
Liverpool Underwriters
Association said.
Ships registered in Cyprus,
Greece, Liberia and Panama
accounted for more than half
the 179 that were lost. In 1972
188 ships were lost.
Nineteen ships registered in
Panama. totalling 104.978
eross tons. were lost last year.


Swami's teacher training
courses in Canada.
The staff are unpaid and
their aim is to encourage tne
guests toward's self-improve-
ment and self-realization...to
elevate ourselves above the
ordinary mundane world and
to teach discipline of the
mind."
At any rate, if peace and
tranquillity is what you are
looking for the Bahamas is the
ideal place to find it. And if
you are interested in yoga to
boot, what could be better
than a stay at the Paradise
Island Yoga Retreat?
RED CROSS
A MEETING will be held at
Red Cross headquarters on
Tuesday February 5 at 7.30
p.m.
BRIDGE MORNING
THE CANADIAN Women s
Club of Nassau will sponsor a
"Bridge Morning" Wednesday
at their new clubroom in the
Star Plaza. Snacks will be
served.


NOUW 5MUWIIN
AT 7 & 10:25
"COFFY"
starring
PAM GRIER
AND AT 8:50
"SLAUGHTER'S BIG
RIP OFF" (R)
starrip'k
JIM BROWN
NOON UNDIlR 17 ADMITIFI)
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SHOES $5.00 to $8.

MEN'S WEAR


Now 2 for $15
Now 2 for $10


MEN'S PLAID POLYESTER PANTS
Were$16 $18 Now $10-$12.


Now $15


Now $10.


MEN'S LONG SLEEVED POLYESTER SHIRTS
Were $20. Now $14.
GREAT SAVINGS ON A VARIETY OF SHIRTS,
ALL STYLES, COLOURS & SIZES.


DAMON TIES Were $10 Now $6.


MEN'S BASEBALL SHIRTS (short & Long Sleeves)
Were $16 NOW $10

MEN'S SUITINGS MOHAIR & TERRYLENE $4. a yd.


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Eat and Grow Younger


Heavy sugar -starch


can clog digestive t, act


By LELORD KORDEL
Number Four of a Series


Let me turn clairvoyant for a moment, and "project"
thoughts with you through an average day's eating.
Your breakfast consisted of a fruit-perhaps a canned
S juice (sweetened with refined sugar), or half a grapefruit
liberally sprinkled with sugar.
Your cereal bowl was filled with a dry, wholly-arti-
ficial pile of something whose resemblance to a grain
long since ceased to exist. And, of course, you reached
again for the sugar bowl to flavor this already too-
starchy cereal.
Toast? Of course, and more -
- likely made with white bread: or I could go on being "clairvoy-
perhaps a sweet roll or two, ant" and trace your footsteps to
well coated with sugar frosting, the kitchen before bedtime for
eaten with your generously sug- that piece of pie which was left,
ared coffee. or for a sandwich but you're
"Please pass the jelly." More entitled to some privacy in your
sweet. Some morning you do get dietary indiscretions, so I'll
around to eating an egg, but leave you for the day, with your


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Aluminum architectural forms (see foreground and walls)
are erected and ready for concrete to be poured between
them to produce walls textured to resemble hand-laid brick.
This house will be part of the medium-income planned
community being built at Mt. Pleasant, Nassau.
This is the furnished interior of a model home in the Mt.
Pleasant, Nassau, planned community. The residence also
contains three bedrooms and one bath.


COMMONWI-.ALTi' OF 1 Ti IIAIIAMA ISLANDS
I 074


No. 2


TO: 1 All adjoining owners anid/or occupiers
2. All ad\c'rsc (C.In iralls11

The Pelition of AMniini IInvestments Limited inl
respect ol:
ALl. IllAI piece parcel or lot of land
containing lFour and Sixty-eight htindredths
(4.68) Acres situate on Stocking Island near
George Town in the Island of i'mxuina one of the
said Baihalna Islands bounded
NORTI IIASTWARD)IY by the sea at High
Water Mark and running thereoni I ie hundred
and IThirty-se'cn and lforty-four hundredths
I 53 44 fCC) feel ni ore or less
SOUTHLt ASTWARI)LY by land the property of
the Petitioner and running thereon Two hundred
and \iiIel\-.'lil\ and Ninety-twto hundredths
( ) S.') feet llmore or less
SOUlTlWI STWARI)LY by land the property of
tilhe Petitioner and running thereon Five hundred
and Fift-fi\e and Eighty-seven hundredths
I 555.87) feet more or less and
NORTiWI STWARI)LY by land the property
of Lawrence Lcewis Jr. and running thereon Four
hundred rc and Forty-six and Ninety-five
hundredths (44.0)'5) feet more or less which
said piece parcel or tract of Iand LIas such
position boundaries sliape marks and dimensions
as are shown( oin the diagram or plan filed in this
matter and is delincatcd on that part of the said
diagramn or plan which is coloured Pink.

Aittaiu lI ctiin cI1tnls .imitd claims to be the
o eiicr of the iiliitciitbiclCd ftc simple estate in
posses1o1 i of i ie sid l 1and i l id ihas inade
a pplica t ion to lhic Stiprelrle C Court ofi the
(Conionwecalth of thc Bahamna Islallinds under
Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have
its title to the said land investigated and tile nature
and ellenti thereof dlcterriinid and declared in a
(crtificate of Titc It) b e granted by the court inl
a ccorcdancc w-ith (tie pro\isionis of thile said Act.
Copies of the plan of the said land may be
inspected during normal office hours ill the
following places:
(a) The Registr of tihe Supreme Court. Public
Square in tihe City of Nassiau in the Island of
New Providence.
(b) Thie Chambecrs of Messrs. Carson, Lawson
Klonaris, Saw\'r & Knowles. 309 Bay Street
in the said City of Nassau. Attorneys for the
Petitioner.
(c) Thle Office of tihe Commissioner at (eorge
Town. L1xiilia. a id
N(0' IC1 is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 22nd day of February. A.I)., 1974 file
in the Supreme Coutrt and serve on tlhe Petitioner
or the undersigned a Statement of his claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the
22nd day of February. A.D., 1974 will operate as a
bar to such claim.
CARSON. LAWSON. KLONARIS,
SAWYFR & KNOWI.FS
('hnambers
309 Bay Street, Nassaui,
Bahamnas
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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THE FIRST attractive
planned community in the
Bahamas with houses priced
within the range of the
majority of working Bahamians
is now being built in Nassau in
the western district.
To build homes with
construction costs as much as
25 percent lower than those of
similar houses, the New
Providence Development Co.
Ltd. is using a dramatic new
building system.
Called Con Tech, the system
enables labourers to erect a
complete house every two and
one-half days. Concrete is
poured between two aluminuri
architectural forms which,
when removed, simultaneously
produce interior and exterior
walls. The forms are textured
so the walls resemble hand-laid
brick or smooth finish.
Forms are provided overseas
by International Housing, Ltd.,


with U.S. headquarters at
Westport. (Conn., rapidly
becoming one of the world'
largest producers of residential
housing g.
I -ach hliine, which conittins
847 square feet on a
5,000-squa re-foot landscaped
lot, will sell tfor S8.000. It
includes three bedrooms ilnd
one bath. M- 1ili-..g financiln'
t h rough the I inainc-
Corporation of the Bahamn.'t
calls for a 10 percent dowtn
payment with the balanu. ck
financed over a 15-yeNar period
currently at 10': percent
interest.
Thirty residential units have
already been completed at Mtl
Pleasar't, as the project is
named, on 30 acres in thc
western district of the island.
Construction oit an additional,
106 units has already bCegun.
"We teel there is a latr,,c
market for these houses." I '


l ta or, chairman of tIh' \. in
Pio idtenc, De velopii)npit ( n ,
said, "'arld quite possib'I s'-
swill expand into furthlc p! t 5
as thue demand inLrcaes ."
F his m means, i .i\ I < 1
acddfed lfha t thie dcclw. ci ;
;al prom tlinng iti N,,,i
h a n k s i n I c ', .1 1; .!
other iacilitic hllh ii tl \!Vi
Ple.tsanit i', .i !, ,. -t
d c V p men n I i0 i n '

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Spr reltsl isw nci s ..v H.;
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esponsllliti tI :

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protection.
G general co.int:a.. \1
Pleasant is t .I I N,;l W .i\
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Opening Feb. 11th, 1974


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Intrnaionl.


usually you're too full after
downing your starchy cereal and
toast to want anything more.
So off you go to work. You feel
quite a bit less than tip to par:
but by now you're probably
belching as all the breakfast
starches, plus those left undi-
gc-ted from previous meals, be-
gin fermenting in your digestive
system.
Bv mid-morning you're feeling
pretty pepless. So what do you
do" If you're at work. you take
time out for a candy bar, or a
-oft drink, or maybe more coffee
and another sweet roll.
Then comes lunch. You're hun-
gry and yet you're not. How
about a sandwich, a cup of cof-
fee and a piece of pie?
( ANT THINK STRAIGHT


"That holds you until about
3:30, when you begin to feel so
ourn out and dispirited that you
realize you'd better get some-
linnf to eat if you want to keep
cioing until dinnertime. More pie,
or maybe a piece of cake, a
candy bar, or a soft drink.
By the time you drag yourself
home and get through a dinner
that is a repetition of all your
day's dietary sins (white bread,
sugared coffee, perhaps a dish
with rice or spaghetti or maca-
runi. and a starchy heavy des-
sert) you are more convinced
than ever you're getting old.
You can't think straight any
more: your job seems to take
more and more out of you every
day: there's no energy left in
vou for leisure hour activities;
and you are sleeping poorly.


intestinal tract full of ferment-
ing, half digested starches.
If you are the average person.
of sedentary habits or occupa-
tion. the chances are that you
eat about 75 percent more devi-
talized carbohydrate foods than
are compatible with your good
health and your desire to feel
and look younger.


"But we must have carbohy-
drates for energy" you say.
CONSIDER THE ESKIMO
You are only half correct.
While it's true that the sole fune-
tion of carbohydrates is to pro-
vide heat and energy, w h at
about the Eskimos who eat noth-
ing except meat and fish pro-
tein foods'
The Eskimo, far from being a
slothful fellow who huddles into
his skins with his teeth chatter-
ing like castanets, is robust, en-
ergetic and warmn-blooded. hi
fact, it's only where "white" civ-
ilization has brought in its so-
called refinements that the Esk-
imo ever falls victim to our res-
piratory and intestinal diseases.
('Colds and constipation are
among the many "benefits" of
civilization we bestowed upon
the poor Eskimo.
How then, if the Eskimos in
remote areas never eat anything
except protein foods, can their
bodies receive the fuel and en-
ergyv which carbohydrates pro-
vide?
Every human body has been
given the power to convert food
protein into either body protein
or energy sugars. Actually, the


t\pe of tarbohydiate pr liuced
in the body from food protein
yield- more heat and energy
than any f the carbohydrate
fo .ds lnu 'tat
\V lin \ ,u get enough proteins
you need nei er wirry about get-
tm110 ciiw:21" :itrblhoy drates. Y >ur
big worry should be not to cat
too imii m tcarlbohlydraits.
PROTEIN ICOMPI.ETE FOOD


Not only dvi high starch meal-.
overload the stomach and place
an unnecessary strain on the
heart, htin ;are' al-o predisposing
factor,- in many ailments and
serious icai.e-cs tlthit appear in
later years.
There is good scientific cause
for belien\ IIhI iat too much
starch in the diet helps build up
those unantea d deposits of chol-
esterol in the arteries, causing
them to harden and become brit-
tie to thIe pirit where a rupture
brings on a fatal heart attack or
a brain hemorrhage.
Heavy starch-eaters are also
more i susceptible to sinus and
respiratory infections than are
those \\ho liiit their carbohy-
drate intak, to the sugars and
starchc-, f,,iid iII natural foods
(fruits., veget id l's. low-fat milk,
', huhl .iin, a nd build their
ineals around hiigli protein-
Co'nstipationtI. :i n common symlp-
tom of digestive disorders, is an-
other universal ailment that can
be traced directly to high-starch
food habits. The same holds true
for gas in the intestines and
belching, which are uncomfort-
able manifestations of undigest-
ed starches fermenting in the
digestive tract.
Condensed from the book 'Eat anoi
Grow Younge' by Leiord Kordeli A';
rights reserved Distributed by Spo. i.ty
Features Syndicate.

Next: (Gorginig on cake. pir
and cand can cut your enerat
and alertness. Warning for mn(e-
torists.


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MOOLRN 3 bedroom 2 batn3
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dining room and den, flood I'
patio, spacious garden witt
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Gardens with arqe building- up
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$13,000.00
A residential ot in Po-da.i -
Subdivision Price $3.000 00
A duplex lot Blair Estat
$6.700 00
A choice residen 'a. lot
Gir-ri',jr,"' Gardens $8. )0 C0
A coiner lot in Sou'. Be .i-
Estate. Terms available oj
information call Bill :. Re
state 23921
C13375
ATTRACTIVE F :-t.p
residence Eastern Dist ~-
3 bedrooms 2 bath. ..
room, dining room. .o
patio, kitchen, land Am,-
charming guest suite o- q ,oun
floor. Lot 101 ft. x i 5 I .
$110,000 furnished
Desirable hilltop two l.'e- ,
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2 bedrooms one bath. ivc
room, dining oo-rn-., pat
kitchen, laundry "aiid'..
bathroom $27,000 furnished
Charming Cable Be-ach-
residence near the sea j
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms large
living 1,.r,ir.q patio, -itchen,
laundry, carport. Lot 100 't
120 ft. $55,000 nurnisheo
H. G. CHRISTIE LIMITED
Phone 2104 1/2,3`4
C13441
PRIME LOTS FOR SAt.[
WESTWARD VILLAS Bu .ns-
lot 102' x 105" opposite.
shopping centre Lot 2 Blc.(k 4
$8.000.
Apartment lot 60' x 130' Lot
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centre and with beach rights
$7,000
Residential lot 60' 130' Lot
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centre a d with beach ,igh!-
$6,500
FERGUSON MANOR, o'
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BARGAINS FOR P "
Eo tem relv large hOu'.e .ith
bed' ooms b baths n'in r nmshed,
.vtht 100 ft of SANDY)
BEACHi Out Wem. Puiihasedd
'or $200,000.00 -now o fe-rnq
or $fb,000.00 NE T NE T bestt
'0 2 o; 5
Buy for '74. Gugeo',is .,('WA-
AN ESTATE Lake
L irNsi-ohal tist ii ltares que
vews oV the lake Has five
bedroom'n 4 Oaths loads c'
closet spaciP. carpetedf
extremely sitqe Play Room;.

"shid qsood taste Dock.
with 155 f on. LAKE
F- RONT-AG I "LicFpd

3 cars SeP ti"e. .. JV
*1e KeV
Unoccupied.
I 1 AC R F S r
CARMIC HAEL ROAD
$6.1 O.00 pet a r we 'a fr,
farn ing,
li AC-RES BARCC'i RC-;
MR nit nA
A'n' TF BE-ST
",% [ ,i -S


D A-L imAs>I'l,,c
UAV MANOS
REALTY CO. LT-
22033. 22305, 230.
NStr 41 i9 '

FOR SALE OR RENTS
C13450
UN FURN SHED f0OUR
BEL, ,o two bdth houst.
i-wi'q room ri"d carport for
sale 01 reit C an 1671
between 9 a.m 5 ;i


WANTS TO RENT
C13408
WANr'iT ED t' reC, i'eli
lo between El/abeth Avenue and
British Cc ronial preferred
9 -u-10 of first floor location
Call 2- 12b -tweer. 9 a.m.
i p r i,. Johinsson

FOR RENT

NASS-, HILLCREST1

lSaL' "id; ," dut!, td ooi


2? ec 'i bdth uptar imenI
$425 pem moth Veryv ncel.
fL, Eveninq, ? 7 Qf.-

: 2 3 [ROO 'n iirnishicd
dui, aItpat it ent.e fi Kir-ney
Sapl., Jpodon Gaden-
Se' D' p-ieor on pOen-ises

COTTAGES ad1d apartments
dalt, weekly .r monthlv
aiii m nditmored fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovel,
J'ide'. and swimming pool
r elephon 3129/, 31 093
L 13430
i fTTRACTIVELY furm-shed
beoorm apartment
j' o'w dtior; 'd. fully carpeted.
T V datenrna autorat i
,vshm- aid diver. $200 00
Ph,oiv- b.8b4 2

L: 13404
AI COlND TIONF D o-i,
hedro nr f,'urr'-ihed apart ment
D" ondo' Court. Pyf.Koni
Addition, with a.undry room
Ix' title s a-d Master TV
a-.tennm Also laiqe par king
aJ ,i Fr irnlornat ion call
5 39:'8 o, b 4258

C 1333 j
3 BEDROOM 2 'Dtthi ut rshi ed
house itn one of Nassau's fisipr t
sub-div siun. Ideal for the
executiVe Call 55441 ask for
Doreen
C 134418
THREE BEDROOM uLpstaui'
apartment Suitable for laige
family. Mount Royal Avenue,
Shirley Heights. Call Mrs
Nottage c-io 21338


OAKES FIELD AREA: ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENTS, &
OFFICE SPACE.
Unfuinished $14000 oDe
month
C" .. pa e 8-68 sq 't.
$300.00 pi r t,.

APARTMENTS OUT EAST
I & 2 t-ed tims. fully
furnished 0i pal t.tiliy furnished
fiono $?21 0 U peit month

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS WALKING
DISTANCE FROM TOWN
Fully furnished and air
condit ioned $250 00 per
month
Ai pHinqu r ei s "I thp above
-h.,o.d be duip. td! to.
BERT L ROBERTS

23177 or 23178


IN MEM13454ORIA
C13454


IN SOLEMN memory of my
dear husband Rev.Walter Pratt
who depart ted this life
February 5th 1971
A vacant spot is left in our
home because you took your
long vacation never to return,
but some sweet day in heaven
we shall meet to part no more.
and we shall know each other
better when the mist is rolled
away
Left to nourn: Wife Requilda,
three daughters, one son, three
sisters and a host of relatives
C 13460


IN Loving memory of my
father Herbert Musgrove who
died February 5th 1972.
We lov- you. but Jesus loves,
you best
Sleep on dear father and take
yt)ur rest.
Left t t rm o u rn 0 n e
daightf, Sylvia Musgrove, five
q'rindthiltdren Dave, Roshell,
Wilinuaee Debra anrid Herbert,
one sister and one brother.

C 13459


IN loving memory o0 our dear
mother Naomi Roberts, who
departed this life February 3rd

Sleep on dear mother, and take
vour rest
We love you but Jesus ioves
you best
Sadly missed by three children,
Marre, Donald and Joan and
g andk hilt dren

MARINE SUPPLIES
C13381
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising yacht
Phone 3-2371


R"1l C 13422 CC13435
2 two stcr* .uddings on 4 BEDROOM 2 bathroo
Wulff Road o. .-ite Bahajnia- hou.,e $2.000 UU de.;
Lumber. Balance in 15 vetiis Phiore
I two siorey building or, 34471 after 6 p.m.
Soldier Road opposite
Technicai Tra-rining C i- .!, i
Phone 42981 1 1." ,, LT
-----------,., { ASTWOOn)
C13453 r,
720 ft. beachfront propetv W'y ON 4[ ADOWS
Tarpum Bay Eleutheia P-. e i
$50.000 00 -t -', 3 4815
Lot suitable fo house. or ,ank La
apartment Bamboo Town Lov
cash rice -r eas,. ter, m'-.Re L
A lot on Robinson Road PLP mey. N-.'?6-
$2.400.00 i & te,
BILL'S REAL LSTAT-F
2-3921. C -13
LO0 *O sI e t_ 00 ;ff lwitni


Shirley St opposite Collins
Avenue).
L BUSINESS I
OPPORTUNITIES
C13380
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
EARNING $178800 PE 1
MONTH PART TIME WITH
ONLY $690000 TO INVEST
(FULLY RETURNABLE
UNDER CONTRACT).
WRITE: MR CHEEK. 2642)
GULF LIF E TOWER,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

WANTED~
C 13399
A CONSORTIUM OF UNITED
STATES CITIZENS WITH
IMPECCAB[ E ( REDEN
TIALS PRESENTLY
ACQUIRING A MAJOR
UNITED STATES BANK,
ACTIVELY SEEKING
ASSOCIATION WITH
HIGHLY REGARDED
FINANCIAL GROUP
P L E ASE A V AIL L
YOURSELVES IN F FIRST
COMMUNICATION REPLY
TO: Adv. C 13399. c.o Tne
Tribune, P. 0 Box N 3207.
Nassau Bahamas


C13371
LOAN CREDIT TRAINEE
for
INTERNATIONAL BANK
MALE OR FEMALE


I 1


FOR RENT
S! 3444
3,000 SQ. FT. OF
STORE AND WAREHOUSE
SPACE on Dowdcswell Street
Location forme-tly occupied by
Besc o Ltd. $/00 00 per month.
OFFICE SPACE
DOWNTOWN
An ciondition'ia fom r120
97b sq ft o, more. Just $4 50
per ,u. ft Utilities extra.
OFFICE AND STORE SPACE
Opposite the Paradise Island
Bridge, Rent from as little as
$13, 2b per month for an
office and $208 33 for adstore.
OCfifr space available as large
as 3.000 sq ft. at $3 00 per sq.
ft One month free lent


Candidates should forward
complete resume stating
educational background and
experience-, with two
references from former
employers or character
references to: Current Yacht &
Diving Club, Current,
Eleuthera.


C13463


REAL ESTATE


Why continue paying rent? Here is a chance to
own your own home. 3 bedroom, 2-bath house
for a low down payment of $2,000 and monthly
instalments that you can easily afford. For
information call Irene Gonsalez at 23854.


I. L- LI_ _ _ __ _ _ _


HEP ANE


C13432
MULTI-LINQUAL (perferable
German, French) diving
instructor required for
International Sports Club.
Must be able to organise and
supervise diving activities and
maintain boats and other
equipment, Please reply in
writing stating experience and
salary requirements to Love
Beach Clubs Ltd., P. 0. Box
6202, Nassau.


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


C13410
37' TWIN DIESEL Sport
Fisherman. A-i Condition.
Very low hours. Ideal for
charter fishing. Duty Paid. See
Dockmaster, Hurricane Hole
Marina.
C13412
GOOD outboard motor wanted
40 h.p. or greater. Call Mr.
O'Brien Seafloor Aquarium -
36896.

C r894
1969 3ft. CHRIS CRAF-
Commander, Sleeps ..,:- pi va.
shower, two 230 h.p. enii,-'_
with less than 200 hours.
-, 'I ,,"'lie, good condition ,
Call 24267, 54011.
C13447
28 ft. fibreglass cruiser
Excellent condition Sleeps 4,
private head, stove, cooler,
sink. 2 new 225 h.p.
Chrysler Marine Engines, twin
controls, ship to shore radio.
Ideal for fishing. $12,000 or
nearest offer. Telephone
2 2058 days 3-2163 nights.
C13457
28' BERTRAM flybridge
cruiser A-one condition, fully
equipped. Days 77766 evenings
77764.

FOR SALE
C 134 13
ONE GAS STOVE. Call
5-8803.

l DINING GUIDE

C 13179
F and S TAKEAWA'y
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
3 rving all native dishe.s
Phone 24911
S134 71
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
TOMORROW'S SPECIALS
* Split Pea Soup with Salt
Bleef
* Steam Turtle.



C13458
WILL the person who left
MINI MINOR 1275 on East
Shirley for repairs please claim
it in 28 days or it will be sold
to cover cost.
STEPHEN SAUNDERS.

SCHOOLS
C13386
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 an4
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

C 13424
ENROL NOW AT THE
NASSAU ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS IN THE
FOLLO.'NII,,- CLASSES:
TYPING WITH SPELLING
SHORTHAND
BOOKKEEPING
SWITCHBOARD
FRONT DESK CASHIER
NIGHT AUDITING
TELEX OPERATION
ENGLISH
MATHEMATICS
FILING
FRENCH
GERMAN
SPANISH
DICTAPHONE TYPIST
CALL THE NASSAU
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS
TODAY AND JOIN ANY OF
THE ABOVE CLASSES
PHONE 2-4993. (Located at


C 13455
ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH
SCHOOL require for two
months fullV qualified teachers
for B.J.C., Maths General
Science, Health Science and
Biology. Phone Headmaster
22198.

C 13446
SPORTSFISHERMAN boat
captain. Must have 5 years
experience with diesel engines.
Permanent position. Give full
information: Worldoil, P. 0.
Box N7776, Nassau

C 13461
ABLE bodied men with
experience iin erecting steel
buildings. Apply in person
only: International Supply Co.
Ltd., East Shirley Street.


L I ELP WANTED


BUSINESS 5 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

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Only Bahamian applicants with
above qualifications need
apply. Please write to Adv.
C13371, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
Bahamas.
C13431
EXPERIENCED handyman
gardener driver with car
required for Love Beach Clubs
Limited. Telephone 7-8421/2.
C13421
INTERIOR DESIGNER -
College grad. minimum 10
years on job experience with
pro fessional inter ior/archi
tectural design firm.
Competent in residential,
Hotel/club and office design.
To assume full responsibility
for client contact, contract
development, design
programme and execution.
Send resume to House &
Garden Ltd., P. 0. Box N7776,
Nassau, Bahamas.
C13373
INTERNATIONAL oil
company has opening for
Bahamas manager. Applica;-t
must have university education
and have had at least 15 years
broad experience in all
operational and mar keting
aspects of petroleum product
distribution, with 5 years in
related senior managerial
position. Pension scheme and
medical rian provided. Salary
will be commensurate with
experience. Bahamians Only.
Please apply to: P. 0. Box
N-4807 Nassau.
C6662
JOB TITLE: CRANE
OPERATOR AND RIGGER
(TWO)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates crane as required to
perform erectio- of structures
and equipment and loading of
materials, Make minor repairs
and adjustments to crane such
as changing cables, booms,
buckets, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cemf"-'.
Company, P. O. Box F-iOu,
Freeport, Grand Btam,ia.

C13434
MARRIED COUPLES required
as Managers and Assistant
Managers of Family Island
Resort Hotel and Power Plant
operation, commencing
immediately. Managers will
bear over-all responsibility for
operation of the hotel,
including dining room, bar.
dock facilities, water sports
facilities, and power plant.
They must be able to accept
total administrative and
operational responsibilities of
the business, including
maintaining company books
and records, purchasing,
inventory control and all office
work.
The Assistant Managers will
work with and report to the
Managers, and will be expected
to act as temporary managers
from time to time, during the
Managers' absence.
Housing and food provided,
but due to limited facilities
couple, with small children
may not be acceptable. Salary
in both cases is negotiable
depending on experience profit
sharing plan available..


ANTENNAS
Island Tv 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book Shop
5-8744
BUILDERS
Richard's Construction 5-7080
CAMERAS
John Bull ,.-252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993
DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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


Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6
WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service


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2 LI Per Mirti 'B


HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry
2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C 147
MEN'S & BOY'S WEAR
The Wardobe 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 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co.,
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
WATER CONDITIONING
Bah. Water Refining


2-8896 I Miracle Water


3-4351
3-a 351


FOR TEl ACTION Y0 WANT


CARS FOR SALE


C13379
BLACK K
CAPRICE
condition. L.
58134.


Must have following
qualifications:
1 Graduate of recognized
university preferably with
degree in accounting,
business administration,
economics or finance, or
2. Good high school record
and minimum two years
banking experience with
emphasis on .ri, I of
financial statements, loin
documentation .nd
related corresp i,ar i ,
3. Under 30 years 'f age.
Applicant w ill receive
indoctrination in var ious
banking departments and
activities for an indefinite
period before being assigned
specific duties and
responsibilities. Starting salary
co m m ensurate with
educational background and/or
experience. Attractive fringe
benefits.


CHEVROLE
in excellent
J. Knowles. Tel:


yea.I .
For all of the above please
apply to the Personnel
Department, Holiday Inn of
Lucayan Beach, P 0. Box
F-760, Freeport, Grind
Bahama. Phone 373-1333 Ext
28.
C6665
BADGER PAN AMERICA.
INC. requires fully qualified
persons for the followirm
management positions in it,
organization during the
construction of a BORCO
Refinery expansion project,
F report:
WAREHOUSE MANAGER
Co ordinate, direct and control
receiving, storage inventory
and dispensing of construction
materials. Must be thoroughly
knowledgeable and
experienced in refinery
construction material arid
equipment ard cornstructionrt
warehouse administration
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
Adminiter field ard corporate
accociur ing functions including
auditing, machine accounting.
data processing and contract
administration. Must be
thoroughly knowledgeable and
experienced in corporate
accounting policies and
procedures and construction
site accounting administration
Applicants for each position
must be effective
communicators with at least 5
years experience in similar
jobs. including construction for
the oil and chemical industry
Written applications only,
including experience, resume
and salary history, to
BADGER PAN AMERICA,
INC., FP Box F-2452,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.

C6664
PETROCHEMICAL I.I. CO.
has the following job
opportunities available for
Bahamians to work at BORCO
Oil Refinery:
3 Field Foremen for
Instrument Installment.
5 Instrument Fitters
5 Pneumatic Line Fitters
5 Electricians for Industrial
Plants.
5 Instrument Engineers
5 Pipe Fitters for Explosive
Works
Applicants should hfve
previous experience in similar
jobs in oil refineries or
chemical! plants. For
information please apply in
writing to: PETROCHEMICAL
1.1 CO., P. 0. Box F-343,
Freeport, G.B.


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Following a re-urganisation of tenancies
PRIME OFFICE SPACE
is now available
FOR RENT
in the
BITCO BUILDING
situated on Bank Lane and East Street
For full details, telephone Eastbourne Estates Ltd.
at 21161 (Mr. Graham or Mr. Marshall)


Shop Nassau Merchants
For Business And Services


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HELP WANTED


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C13464
LEGAL or otherwise fully
qualified secretary required for
position with law firm.
Shorthand required. For details
enquire telephone 2-2511.


TRADE SERVIcEij

C13442
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, trimming, hedging,
pruning, beach cleaning, for
prompt reasonable and
efficient service call 5-7810.

C13390
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-940'.
WORLD OR MUSIC,
Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.


C13391

Pinder; Customs

B, oo-'rqCe fLid.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P.O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT Si l'v I
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:?-3795, 2-3796
2-3797. 2 3798
Airport 7 7434
F REE ESTIMATES


C13462
LINCOLN Continental
engine Al, body in good shape,
A/C. 8 track tape, power
steering, windows, brakes. Call
41577 after 6 p.m.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C13437
HARRY D. MALONE will sel'
at the Southern Police Station,
Market Street, on Thursday,
February 7th 1974 at 10 a.m.
BICYCLES. MOTOR
SCOOTERS. AND OTHER
FOUND PROPERTY.
HARRY D. MALONE
PUBLIC AUCTIONEER.

PETS FOR SALE
C13465
DACHSHUND PUPPIES 9
weeks old. Telephone 4 1485

C 13426
ONLY TWO LEFT' Purebre-t
German Shepherd puppres,
$100 00 Wormed, 9 weeks
Phone 5-2509 after 5 p.m.

C13324
K-9 Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
fo, Business Protection.
K-9 Police Doqs for
individual Protection- Satisfta-
tion Guaranteed. Franchise
into mation available- Call;
(813) 722-6678.



I GRAND I


BAHAMAI

I Classified




HELP WANTED

CC663
ASSISTANT COMPTROL-
LER: Supervision arnd
co-ordination over all
Accounting areas; Front Office
Cashiers. Food & Beverage
Cashiers, Night Audit, General
Cashier, Customs, Receiving,
Receivables. P.-rIoll, Incrt ;rm
Audit, Control of Cash Funds,
Preparation of Financial
Statement. Must be a high
school graduate. Must have
complete knowledge tof NCR
3300, 4200, 5100 anrid 5200.
LAUNDRY SUPERVISOR
Must be able to Iai in all
phases of the Laundcti y
Department Must hav vvoi ked
in Laundry foi at least two


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C13429
THE BANK OF NOVA
SCOTIA requires the services
of an assistant to the Area
Manager. Applicant should
have at least 15 years banking
experience including exposure
in senior Accounting, Credit
and International Banking.
Please apply in person to Mrs.
H. Barrett.The Bank of Nova
Scotia, Bay Street and Rawson
Square, Nassau. Only
Bahamians need apply.


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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED I


C6660
GENERAL MANAGER for
heavy electrical construction
company. Must have a
minimum of 15 years
supervisory experience with 10
years in Class 1/Division 1 type
construction. Must be fully
proficient in estimating,
purchasing, expediting and
design areas of the industry.
Must also have knowledge of
warehousing and material
control procedures. Must be
fluent in Spanish and English.
Must also be completely
knowledgeable in and capable
of establishing all bookkeeping
and accounting procedures.
Bahamians only need apply.
Applications accepted in
person only between the hours
of 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at
Coral Gardens, Unit 3/1, Office


C6662
JOB TITLE: CRANE
OPERATOR AND RIGGER
(TWO)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates crane as required to
perform erection of structures
and equipment and loading of
materials, Make minor repairs
and adjustments to crane such
as changing cables, booms,
buckets, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


"George, how many of your pretty secretaries have
quit because of me -not counting the one I'm working
on now?"


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
30. Tokyo,
ACROSS formerly
31. ;apanese
1 Had being admiral
4. London district 32. Imitate
8. Green 33 Rugged rock
11. Palm leaf 34 Lobster roe
12. Mirror bac nf 36 Gunman
13. Wagnerian 38 Resort
character 40 Praying figure
14. Moray 43 Bachelor
15. Birdhouse president
17. Cut 47. Low
*19. Heel's opposite 48 Medieval
20. Charit v money
22. Millionaire 49. Quote
26. Flycatcher 50. Eggs
28. Republicans 51. Bark


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
52 Potables 5. Scull
2 Nautical term 8. Desert alkali
E 25 Swamp
SDE PU disorderLK

S CU Indian
TO4U E REkRE

SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
52 Potables 5. Sculamake
53. Youngboy 6. Clue








DO35WN Residue
1. Troubles ingr Wheedient
2. Nautical term 8. Desert alkali
3. Dal 9. Coin of Macao
4. Blizzard 41 New star
7 9" ? o S 16 Congou
S 418. HCulbertson
13 21. Taste
23. Pear or orange
624. Harem room







45. TSwam
26. DevoMuscular
- 2U 26^ cZ disorder
S23 24 25 27. Western
30 Indian
/ o 29. Snare
3 32. Llamalike
animal
7 7 33. Mongrel
35 Residue
0 41 2 37. Whetstones
7- 39 Indigo
41. New star
42 Spadetoot
43. Youth
3 -- 44. Hur's son
45.Tam
,,., 2-7 46. Devoured


1 CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
._4> from the Carroll Righter Institute
7 GENERAL TENDENCIES The early part of
the day brings some disappointment;however, it
will not be too difficult to rise above these conditions The
latter part of the day you are feeling more confident and can
turn problems into good results
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) If you are tactful with kin, you
can attend to business and other actvites and get fine results
The morning may be difficult
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) A letter you receive may be
disturbing, but if you study the facts, it could be to your
benefit Schedule your activities wisely
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Study monetary affairs in the
morning and be sure you are accurate Don't rely on regular
adviser now Use own good judgment instead
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) An annoying
situation can be cleared up intelligently in the morning Make
plans for improving your monetary position
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Morning is best time to handle
any problems Laboi more diligently than usual and make
your life easier in the future Relax tonight
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Don't neglect to handle
practical affaus awaiting your attention A good friend can
help you out of a difficult situation
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Handle those civic matters
that are important to you Also, engage in philanthropic
matters that are worthwhile Have fun tonight
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) You are able to accomplsh
more than you have in the past, so look into new outlets that
are profitable Learn from your associates
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Contemplate and then
know how to have more rapport with a devoted friend Use a
different method in handling your obligations
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) You need the support of
associates where a personal matter is concerned Avoid one
who opposes you and stay out of trouble
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You have much work to
do but make sure it is done efficiently Use the objective
approach for best results Be logical
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Some planning in the morning
will make your social activities work out much better Show
more devotion to mate and get right results


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No. 7,34 4 by Till MeKAY
Across
I. Is rude man (anag.). (9)
6. Thoughts. (5)
9. Fever. (4)
Ii. Pre-eminence. (9)
13. The Ereat Lincoln (3)


13. Complete destruction. (5. 4)
17. Mountains. (5)
18. Fun. (3)
19. Aviators. (3-61
21. Midday. (4)
-'2. Rods used in billiards. (4)
23. Instruct a person. (9)


Winning I
By VICTOR MOLLO
PLAYING as guests of honour.
Jeremy Flint and Irving Rose
won t'ie P.Ars at the l1th Far
Eastern Champianship in Hong-
kong, contested by thirteen
nations. This was one of thlfir
tops.
Dealer West: Love All.
North
O48 2


S108 5 3
3 32
4 QJ 6 4 2
South
4 K 7
'A 6
SAK J 10 9
4 A 10 8 3
West North East
1t Pass INT
24 Pass Pass


South
Dble
30


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-3


L But grandfatter-I only want a few pieces
of holly-" Mary is not allowed to finish.
" Jvmes, throw that stuff away," calls out the
grandfather to his driver. Mary falls silent
and her eyes fill with tears as she hands the
sprigs of holly to the driver. "I wonder why
her grandfather is so grumpy," thinks Rupert.
Mary is told to sit in the carriage. then the


old man notices Rupert's puzzled look and
seems to regret his harsh words. Don't
think unkindly of me, little bear," he says,
leaving his seat. I have much to worry about
these days. Perhaps I should tell you more,
then you will understand."


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-4


Taking Rupert aside, the old man sits on a
tree stump. "I fear this is the last Christmas
in our home," he says sadly. "You see,
according to an old deed the house belong*
to the person who owns the Champion of
Nutwood." "Oo, what's that?" asks Rupert.
"It's a small statue of a knight in armour,"
explains Mary's grandfather. "But it was lost


long before my time. And now a cousin of
mine claims he has the statue and threatens
to take the house away from me." When the
old man has told his story he says goodbye
and drives away with Mary, while Rupert
returns to the holly bush. We've picked a
lot since you've been away." smiles Bill.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Bridge
Pass Pass Dble
West led the 47 to dummy s
4Q, East's 4K and Rose's 4A.
Taking advantage of the lucky
lead, how should declarer play ?
Rose reasoned that Bast must
have five diamonds for his
double. If so, he couldn't draw
trumps without losing the lead.
Then a spade through his +K
would force him to ruff on the
third round and thereafter
Dummy's fifth club would stay
out of reach.
Rose found an elegant solu-
tion. At trick two he led the
'J !
West
A Q 10 9 6 3
K J 4 2
^ 4
S75
East
? Q97
6 K 9
If East won, declarer couldn't
be forced In spades for there
would still be a trump in dummy.
If he ducked. Rose would cross
to the 4A, finesse, cash the <%AK
and play clubs, scoring five
trumps, three clubs-East would
ruff the fourth one and the


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Russia's newest chess star is a
12-year-old girl. Maia Chibur-
danidze of Tiflis. who won all
her games in the annual match
against Yugoslavia. This position
occurred with Maia (White) to
play., and a watching grand-
master said "She'll never find
the best move here But
Maia did. How should White
continue ?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master. 30 seconds, chess expert:
2 minutes, county player; 5
minutes, club standard; 10
minutes, average; 20 minutes,
novice.

Chess Solution
I B P ch' wins a good pawn,
for if I . KtxB: 2 BxB, or if
1 K B: 2 BKKt, BxB; 3
Q-R5 ch. K-KtI: 4 QxP ch,
K-Ktl; 5 R-Q3 intending 6
R-KR3 ch.
The grandmaster expected
Maia to fall for the more obvious
sequence I B x Kt? BxB; 2
B x P ch when after 2 ... K-BJ!
Black has counterplay /or the
wn because of the active
iushop pair.


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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS


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I JUDGE PARKER


By PAUL NICHOLS


I APARTMENT 3-GBy Alex Kotzky


Down I V
L. Bad dream. (9)
2. Go in again. (7)
3. Chess piece. (3)
4. Number of years. (3)
5. Ceases doing something. (7)
8. Pursuing game stealthily. (8)
10. Employ.


14. R e tire
g r a ce-
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16. Place. N EZ E
20. Tavern E2 1 STVD R OPER
(3) Sauia,'..iuion I STEVE ROPER


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Tuesday, February 5, 1974.


Catching some surf


- on -


the


wind


Greg Trotman of the Container Saints Jr. captures one of his ten rebounds from Collegians' centre Carl Albury.





Collegians are





champs again
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J. J- .1 hn Bid; Juneo

m h !i,'it Ai- h t h .hE


s"aso11. "l(1 o ime theil t i pia edC
v'Nclent, though some games'
Ohwl2 pia ed hail ,I he said
;hf ;._, C"Ake haJ d o
huI.stle to win our game "
I liheir ,ol loss in 1 1 played
-'.int tto the Avengers "I .. j
don't know what happened in
thit car .'" said Ar her "I
thiug the\ U's-I otpIav.cd I' ,
Ih,." p i'la> cd over thes head '
Behind the all-aroun I 'ip ,-
(; L:entry ( '. -',!i Ind
Ste.tdm nt I orhes,. tie Se 'n- s
lait night tlumiped t' .in carl
122 ti.1t (quirter e1 ad 1 I :-
mateCre-d iitle !o t i1,
(*,.,! leg i :;- a \luTha :i, -!
f i a l toni then ,a .CIe nto i."
-tTta'k pi a In ihKO e 'itniICer,
onltorltab\ 11m th- lead whi1 h
the, held ',. h,


;;-ing into the lnn.i l u ater,
".idilng byI 12 ;pomn-i, the Sainl


NOTICE


* r ve tih: MAISit GF RTRUDE
b L .f butc' son Stre' t. N. P P

i,-h .i"Is tic- as utizen of The Baham.as, ,nd
fhviji. ,h t. I Iwho knowvv, any reason why registration
sh'it, *;f i q~ia:ted should scrnd a wi tten and >Ilg ,ed
t t- h ts h twe-tv-4'iht d ays fr ;hh
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s '** "': '',, i; "t ] i Bs h, ;ttl: lSr<. r, applying v I the M! fist,-t
S Nt i l v rid Citi/enship, fl .
S 1'" 1 tie Baha ras, and that anyd
k ,, ,,, why nat liation shouldtli
r"/I t I s, b ," t ili! .;d ,w iten .md signed statement
Stt tt days fo ,m the 29th d av .)f
J. .a / 1) hth M ti t -spo eh fo, Nat.o(. tldv
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NOTICE

NOTIC I h0eIbv qgivtn that JACOE N 1 ORRES o1f
F eopoit 4 I'dj B[ihard i s applying t, thei i Miistep
res-ponsible hfi Natiimaltty ind Ciltienshtp Coi ,astration
aS a tLti/Wel f iThf Bahimast nd Ithat .iary er t lon who
knows ny eason why e(gistiation should not be gantted
should srtd )t wi Iten jrd siqtned statement of tile f1.1ts
within twenty-ight days from the 29th da.iy of Januiy
1974 to the Ministei responsible Sfo Nationality and
Citizenship, P 0. Box N7147. Nassau.






NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH BENJAMIN HALL
of Poinciana Drive, N.P. 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 29th day of January
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


in a tinal raii m,.1 eCd 1 e1c
ncelinid wit !I 1 remt inIa!ll
lowvcer. (,Gar, Knowles added
rebounding !ri r!, ttor lthc


(_ollegianis as
their tenth vi
Forbes to
wv.h 1' pot
capturedd 10
t1)1 II


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1 nii iii 2
14,lh 2


lihe i held on for I Bro1 n
etor- Rethnini:
dipped the Sainti- it Ily
its. (rireg Trotmaiu I rtiiman
rebounds htirlol


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HOPE TOWN. Abaco A
new water sport has taken
hold in this resort.
W indsu rf ing, a
combination of surfing and
small dinghy sailing, is the
latest "in" sport at the quaint
Elbow Cay Club.
A recent windsurfing
regatta drew 42 contestants
from all over Europe. They
were members of the Munich
Windsurfing Club and
conducted the regatta in two

One stage was for
beginners. who negotiated a
triangular course in light five
to six knot. winds, five times.
VT I A U;i11 The other stage was for
expert windsurfers who
navigated seven times around
the triangular course in eight
to nine knot breezes. There
were several female
contestants in both regattas.
Future plans following the
successful introduction of the
sport include use of the
w windsurfing boards by
tourists, and a windsurfing
school for beginners.
The board is simply a
10 foot long surfboard with a
small hand-guided sail
4 i mounted a little forward of
1 o 4 centre.
12 3 The board is simply a
IN 10-foot long surfboard with a


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A windsurfer guides his board along the beach at the
-lbow C'a.\ Clubh.


small hand-guided sail
mounted a little forward of
centre.
The board is steered in
exactly the same manner as a
sunfish or sailfish, except the


surfer is standing up.
A bar between the mast
and the lower tip of the sail
serves for manipulating the
sail according to the wind
direction.


Pros are


still

hoping

CLEVE RODGERS and the
second place Classic Pros are
still hoping even though they
have just about conceded the
Paradise League pennant to the
unpredictable league leading
Strachan's Auto.
"I never had any doubts that
we were going to be in the
playoffs.'" said Rodgers
following their victory over
defending champs Kentucky
Colonels last week. "I can't
say that we're looking for
pennant because we don't have
a chance to win it anymore.
"'Our only chance of coming
is if somebody else helps us
out, We have to depend on
four other teams in the league
and their ability to upset
Strachan's
The Pros last night captured
their 14th victory from 18
played following a 68-52
victory over the Bahamas
( o in mo n w dealt 11 h B a nk
Warriors
"Our thing now is to win the
rest of the games for the rest of
the season so that when the
playoffs come our record will
be decent with only four
losses."
Forward h lish McSweeney
scored 13 and captrued 38
rebounds last night. Golson
Bain and Gary Symonette
scored 14 each. Symonette
added 10 rebounds.
Arlington "Jaboo" tHumes
led the Warriors with a game
high of 17. Rookie David
Molly added 15


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We'll be back



- Becks coach


StCONI) place is not quite
w li-t:re decendin t \assau
League chimps Beck Couigars
iusiully are
We're down for .- !itt!
While hut we'll b-e i..ck up "
jftirnned head o.Ai |r cd
'P' ia" Sm ith. "B l r.. i'. .i[
-'\-'; we're going to> b ,!'n top'"
Bie hind the ."h po;nt
l.i rebound perfonr ance of
w.,iii IIe Cl he year ,in tcIIdc!
Reg nc I rhtes. he ( .' r i.n't
r bigIt began their maIr h .,rh
ti]ioni p wih an n !- ,



nw- teilur ruling h ilt the
S ,,i. thi s l\ ear re ,I i
)i i -. in Ig : I I I a p la 'e,It \ ,
hIe lke> pla t er Si nI
h", ki'" Johnson i .as ot! -
ihi h-i Ce series c ie it d I- -
1n! c! 'e. l, the\ iost tl;:( '
i h o :t tw storinl
\-c 'rthe le"sst c ith the
non n. ii til in ie, aie d l .the.
( r.i ci held Pil er", \ }lh ia
4- ; hal1 tune lead helil."
sim pping a alte rall', to w n
' rt 14th of IS pl\cd lho
trailed b a hat! amic t. i;n I

S n u Ihl h ie both eir It 1:in
owh t old lic e a nii p!a\ i!
:W \t e'ek Satuidai
Peter Brown led the .,oi;!:
tw Mh \l nmers in the W le w half
goin r l e tor teln Iro 1t1h
icid and three tor lit> e I ro!
he tree throw lin e \nlho ,i
Bostield added four of his ninc
and lockhart scored seven
lihe C tuigars in lhat ptienod
"ore'd 0 o t tl 5. tl'd, ,a

i ll 1 "ee \tlnow allhetp's ,
\ an Ietin'son kept Pimde'!,

ot 1 I tro i the C flid PundCl"


as a te'in s.. .,;d li\ 18 of
their 53 field goal attempts in
the first hall
Though Pinilders constantly
break the ten point gap placed
on lhem. i t "a- not until late
in the second hall that the\
really. gave }the Coi lgars a scare.
'er"I L.ockho.irt n a la> up
started i1l h i. > and l)dannu
I dgecoinbe taking.' ain a-sist
froim Basil Burns mnoed them
three behind .ia 7--4 I hie
CouHars. look a 1tniCe outit
Retluirinig l o the' ciiil, lhe
telldlendig chaililmp, ito/te Ilhe

Pind rc i t Ir d fr.u i 1all1 to
iegain their po uile ltinle was.i
against them thu111,ih and their
Co gIrs went or 1. \ i Jsil'.
Rookie liae\, R oker
stopped i ler-. ii .1 ,ame
lu ih ol t1- 1 d ., ; e .idded
1 2 point- I-d t.ok 13
rebounds.
I fhe Con ai e' defend't'lI their
first place A .iO t 1 le1stwI's
SUP" 0111on on c -. 5 a! ld

P lH I I' lI \1 R jl p .,i .erd
20 rebound and .ved 1 (
p, nts w h" !U ( 1 L i i; P at i

relk Cti ld ie \id;;e,: \ -.:. S,1ili:1/
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1- \ B A .B ', ; : h. '. Ii. e
Ro A\ Nts IL i. tl k.i'ibi.ky
(C oloni, In ! !j: .'. p ait h
at the \ I \k dd ':- (,\ 111 In
the" 1 lr rsI :!i"-i 011 .)
1 tludwc isc r It .theF piaj j lie
\VW a r i o s

Rodgelrs Bakct'all !,ib and
Rc l Baskcili!l ( h atltilc in
a third piai |t'a to! Cenirali
AX engeis a lain i Ba ll' l n at
30 stall the night


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TENNIS PRO JOINS


HOTEL STAFF


A TENNIS pro has joined
the staff of the Anchorage
Hotel William Lightfoot. 26,
(pictured) a tennis player for
ten years, has been a pro for
the past four years.
His tennis career began
when, as a youngster, he was
a ball boy, under Herb East.
who was tennis pro at the
Montagu Beach Hotel.
"This is when I was really
encouraged into the sport.,"
says William,. "I learned a lot
and later I was hired as the
Montagu's pro."
William has also worked as
pro at the Ocean Club.
Lvford Cay Club and most
recently at Treasure Cay
"Now I am going to
promote tennis at the
Anchorage," he pledges.
"There's no doubt that tennis
is the game of many
Bahamians and I know a lot
ot people in various parts of
the world who I can invite to
come over and stage tennis
tournaments."
Everv year. for ihe past
three years. Williim has
channeled his professionalism
into tournaments held in New
York., during August,
September and October. He
also participated in the Third


Annual Bahamas
International Open Tennis
Tournament, held in
December at the Ocean Club.
William was educated at
Southern Secondary School
and the public school at
Abaco.


Square, square, square


BOAR HOG, the 32-foot
Magnum owned and raced by
Nassau's Juan Fernandez,
collected its third
consecutive outboard victory
in the Jockey Club Race in
Florida.
Boar Hog, powered by four
Mercury twisters, was also
first outboard in the
Hennessv Key West Race and
the 180-mile Le Club
International Race.
The photo, hb race
photographer Sal Magueri,
shows Boar Hog nearly
airborne during the race off
the Florida coast.


campaign.
Fern andez, and his
co-driver Gardner Young of
Underwater Tours have won
their class in all three races,
including the famed
H,:nnessey Key West Race,
the Le Club International
Race and the most recent
Jockey Club Race.
Each race is about 200
miles of open ocean racing.
The APBA series now
switches to California for
several races before returning
to the Atlantic coast and the
famous Bahamas 500 in June.


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