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VOL. LXXI, No. 63 Wednesday, February 6, 1974. Price: 20 Cents


Sea


inadequate








-Pindling


PRIME MINISTER Lyndev
Pindling today openly
conceded the inadequacy of
existing security forces to
protect the country's fishing
industry.
And he revealed that "at this
precise moment in time"
foreign fishing vessels were
known to be within the
three-mile territorial limit at
Great Isaacs Cav and within
the 12-mile fishing zone off
Southern And. os.
The Prime Minister's frank
declaration was the result of a
motion by Clarence 'T*n
representative M% ichael
Lightbourn (Ind ) asking for
appointment of a House
committee to enquire into the
presence of Cuban vessels
found fishing in Bahamian
waters off southern Long
Island during the early part of
last month.
Mr Lightbourn's request
was ultimately defeated, but
not before members
underscored the need for
tirt Ilmlah'l niii the marine arm
, t the police force.
"Four boats are inadequate
tos 'leal with the holee
,utuatuon, Mr. Ptndling
declared. "I have said it before
and when the time comes to
vote for double or treble the
number of police boats, 1 hope
the member for Clarence Town
will wholeheartedly endorse
the move."
In putting his motion to the
House. Mr. Lightbourn was
critical of the government's
"blundering and rnettll.ien,
in the affair at Long Island and
what he regarded as the
ineffectual administration of
justice by the courts.
He recapped the incident in
which eight Cuban fishing
boats were reported within 200
yards of the south Long Island
shore on January 1. In the
week before their arrest by
police boats, the Cubans were
interviewed on-the-spot by
Channel 4 TV in Miami, played
host to a number of Long
Islanders who went aboard,
and claimed they were in
Baha mian waters on
encouragement from their
government.
Mr Lightbourn questioned
the validity of the police report
that police boats dispatched to
the scene on the initial request
were forced to turn back at
Ragged Island because of rough
weather
When the oats finally
arrived at Lond Island, he
charged, only three Cuban
boats were left onil the scene.
"They arrested the crew and
skippers of the three boats, but
you might as well say they
were let off, because the fine
was hardly ii thing Mr.
I ight hi Ik asserted.
"What amazes nme, and what
I want answers for, is why it
took a week for the boats to
get to Long Island when
Channel 4 was able to get there
and interview them."
Furthermore, he questioned
the need to go via Ragged
Island in order to get to
southern Long Island
Two individuals fishing in
the Exuma area at the time had
assured him that the weather
wasn't that rough.
"If the police boats can't go
through that kind of water you
might as well dump them. Or
maybe it was an excuse by


f-^CRYSTAL7~
STANDING ASHTRAYS,
VASES, LAMPS,
CANDLE HOLDERS,
DECANTERS,
ICE BUCKETS.

N IISA FIEPO
NASSAU -FREEPORT


By NICK KELLY

government and they were
hoping that by the time they
got there the Cuban boats
would be gone."
Mr. Lightbourn also
attacked ZNS's silence
throughout the episode which
he felt was news for Bahamian
listeners.
M a r sh IHar b ou r
representative Errington
Watkins (Ind.) rose to approve
appointment of the committee
but to correct Mr Lightbourn
on a number of points.
lHe pointed out that in order
to get to that particular part of
Long Island the police boats
would have had to go around
Ragged Island. Secondly, he
had made inquiries and was
satisfied that the seas at the
time were too rough for the
vessels.
In addition, the groupers for
which the Cubans were
waiting, were late running "If
the police had gone, what















MR. PINDLING
'Foreign boats
within limit'
would they have charged them
with? I believe the police acted
promptly in this matter," he
declared.
Reminiscing, Mr. Watkins, a
former police officer, said that
he personally captured three
Cuban vessels in 1% 5, but had
to wait ashore three days for
the Cubans to start fishing.
Appointment of the
committee, hle felt, would
produce recommendations to
government for protection of
local fishermen and the fishing
grounds.
"Four boats are insufficient
to patrol our waters and give
the proper protection, but I am
satisfied that the men are doing
as good a job as is possible in
the circumstances." Mr.
Watkins said.
IllS IL RBI I)
The Prime Minister, in his
remarks, was "disturbed" by
Mr. Lightbourn's questioning
of law enforcement and the
administration of justice.
With reference to the
government's "blundering."
Mr. Lightbourn ought to be
aware that the government did
not direct police action or the
courts as to how to deal with
any particular offender who
appeared before them.
"If there was the suggestion
at any time that government
did any of these things the
member would be the first to
complain," Mr. Pindling
observed.
On January 2, he said, three
boats were dispatched from
Nassau to investigate the
information received from
Long Island and take whatever
action was necessary.
"I am not in a position to
question whether the police
took the right route or the seas
were too rough." lHe had been
told that the boats
encountered higher seas than
the commanders felt necessary
for the safety of boats and
men.
"Three boats were arrested
on the 8th. The crews were
charged on the 11 th and tried


on the 16th," the Prime
Minister said.
One .listingi' ill.lol feature
between this particular case
and others like it was that the
captain and crew pleaded
guilty," he continued.
In the other cases where
substantially higher fees were
levied, the crews had pleaded
not guilty.
From his practical
knowledge, Mr. Pindling said,
"a guilty plea does elicit some
leniency." lie did not know
however if this was the case in
the present instance and he had
no intention of asking the
magistrate.
The Prime Minister claimed
that the reason for the interest
by Channel 4 an American
station was the allegation
that a Cuban military vessel
was in Bahamian waters.
Mr. Pindling then outlined
steps taken by police to
maintain a surveillance of the
Cuban boats until such time as
the police vessels could be
dispatched,
He said daily aerial patrols
were flown over Long Island
and photographs taken twice
each day From these police
were able to say how many
boats were in the area and
what type they were.
At the time it was
ascertained that no Cuban
military vessel was in the area.
"When they dispatched with
that, this was no different from
any other such case in the
Bahamas. The only difference
was that the Bahamas
previously had no capability
for dealing with it."
At this precise moment, he
continued, "police have reports
of a number of foreign boats at
Great Isaacs within the
three-mile territorial limit and
within the 12-mile fishing zone
off Southern Andros.
Last week police boats had
gone to Great Isaacs where
they arrested two foreign
fishing boats.
Mr. Pindling pointed out
that ZNS had not reported the
presence of the intruders off
Great Isaacs or the fact that
last week there were also a
number of boats off Joulters
Island (Androst.
The Cubans at Long Island
would have been arrested on
January 4 or 5 instead of the
8th if not for rough weather.
The Prime Minister referred
to the Cuban's allegation that
they were told by their
government they could fish in
Bahamian waters and said that
a Cuban delegation had assured
both the Minister of External
Affairs and Bahamas
government lawyers that their
fishermen were in no way
acting under authority of the
Cuban government.
Both the Cuban Foreign
Minister and the deputy
director of the Na'ional
Fishing Industry had assured
government that there was no
wish to cause friction and that
they would do all they could
to prevent a repetition.


guard


Sacking 'raises serious questions'


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE RtILSI of the
Emerald Beach Hotel to
reinstate a fired employee in
accordance with a Labour
Ministry ruling raises "serious
questions" as to the usefulness
of the Industrial Relations
Act's conciliation procedures, a
Hotel Union official declared
today.
Union secretary Bobby
Glinton told The Tribune that
on January 29 industrial
relations officer L.B.
Edgecombe ruled that "I
cannot agree with
management's decision" to fire
purchasing agent Buster A. Hall
on Jan. 11 after 18 years on
the hotel's staff.
And, Mr. Glinton said,
although the Ministry otticial
said he "would strongly
suggest" that management
reconsider and either re-instate
Mr. Hall or offer him
alternative e employment.
management has made it clear
they have no intention of
complying.


A hotel spokesman told The
Tribune that Mr. Hall was fired
for "gross negligence and for
unwillingness to complyy with
hotel regulations," and
confirmed that the hotel is
sticking tb that position.
Mr (linton said Mr. Hall is
not in the bargaining unit for
which the union has responsi-
bility, but he is a member of
the union and became involved
in response to a letter from Mr.
Hall requesting union aid.
S1 Rlu.lt Sb OTRU S
lie said management's
refusal to abide by the Ministry
decision raised certain serious
questions:
"How long is the Minister
going to allow p.itri.lt..s to
ignore his Ministry's decisions?
How many more
tellow-Bahamians will have to
suffer before the Act is
amended."
The union secretary pointed
out that the Act at present
provides no means of enforcing
Ministry conciliators'
recommendations. "It has no


Strike?

We're

getting


ready

-Knowles

HOTEL UNION president
David Knowles reported this
morning that there has so far
been "no significant
progress" in talks this week
aimed at heading off strike
action in the hotels contract
dispute.
Asked about the
probability of a work-
stoppage, Mr. Knowles
would say only that "we are
getting ready."
This is the eighth week of
intensive negotiations
between the Hotel and
Catering Workers Union and
the Hotel Employers
Association over working
conditions and salaries for an
estimated 5,500 workers in
26 hotels on New Providence
and Paradise Island.
Labour Minister Clifford L.
Darling has, according to the
union, indicated that if there
are no signs of an early
agreement by the end of this
week, he would refer the
dispute to the seven-man
Industrial Relations Board for
arbitration. The union, it was
revealed in a meeting Sunday
night, is determined not to go
before the Board.
Unionists voted 365-2
Sunday night to strike, if
necessary, in support of
workers' demands.



Wai



bean

RODWELL KEMP, a waiter
who strongly admonished the
defence against "trying to spoil
his career" in this morning's
hearing oi the September 6,
1973 Clive Crocker knifing at
Kings Inn Beach, Freeport,
denied having participated in
the murder along with
19-year-old accused,
Theophilus Smith of Eight Mile
Rock.
Kemp, who took liberty at
"getting it straight right now
before His Lordship, the
prosecution and the jury that I
am from decent people," told
the court that although he was
presently serving a one year
prison sentence for stealing, he
respected his mother too much
to kill.
The denial came during
corss-examination by defence
attorney Joseph Hollingsworth,
who charged that Kemp met
Smith at the International
Bazaar on the evening of the
murder and had decided to go
to the movies with him.
But after they met Crocker,
they decided against going to
the movies and visited
Marcella's Restaurant and later

left it to get some "reefers,"
the attorney argued.
After getting the "reefers,"
they decided to go to the
King's Inn Beach and he "was
there when a quarrel took
place between the accused and
the deceased." the defence also
alleged.
The cross-examination
followed the evidence given by
Freeport Insp. Norville
Henderson and Pathologist
Joan Read.
Insp. Norville, yesterday
read a statement to the court,
contested by the defence. It
carried an account of the
murder which put the
prosecution witness, Kemp,


and another Freeport resident.
Arlington Saunders at the
murder scene.
The statement also said that
Saunders and the deceased
were seen ending homosexual
activities on the beach
following a marijuana smoking
and stated that Kemp held the
deceased while Saunders and
Smith stabbed him with a
butcher's knife.
But in his testimony, Kenmp
told attorney Hollingswroth
that he "did not go to no
beach at all. 1 only catch a ride
in a car. As far as this incident
is concerned, I don't know. I
don't do these kinds of
things."
He also told the court that
he came to meet Crocker, an
English oil inspector with
Saybold and Comnanv.
affiliated with the BORCO
refinery, when he saw then
together in the Ruby nightclub
at Freeport on September 6.
He said that he "was broke
at the time and didn't have any
way of getting home" so he
asked Smith for a ride. He said
he did not know of an\
relationship that existed
between Smith and Crocker
and took exception to the
defence saying that he was
going to the movies with the


accused by arrangement earlier
that evening.
"Movies with him? I don't
go to the movies with men I
only go to the movies with
women." he told the defence.
He also told the court that
he left the accused, Crocker
near a round-about near the
International Hotel after the
car developed two flat tyres on
the left side.
I walked himne by way ot the
International Bazaar. he 'said
Leaving the accused behind the
wheel ot the car, which he said
he thought was Smith's at the
time. he went directly home.
rhe time was around 3 a mn
Kemp also told the court he
saw the car heading in the
direction of a road that led to
the King's Inn Beach.
Prosecution witness. Dr
Joan Read, who yesterday gave
evidence, told the prosecution
led b C'rown Counsel Alpin
Russell that an autopsy ori the
deceased revealed that he had
been stabbed 14 times in hi"
chest and abdomen.
She told the court that hei
examination found that therc
Wt more than one wound
that could have been fatal.
Heard before Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson, the trial
continues


teeth," Mr. Glinton said
Mr. ;linton said that when
management charged Mr. Hla!l
with failing to comply with
hotel 1i"gulati.,ns they were
referring to a recent
management decision that
arriving shipments of supplies
must be weighed by Mr. Hall in
the presence of either the food
and beverage director or the
hotel comptroller.
It was alleged, he said, that
on Jan. 10 Mr. Hall failed to
weigh a shipment.
A SCAPEGOAT
But. Mr. Glinton said, he
was in the hotel on that day on
another matter and was in the
receiving area looking for a
busboy.
"I saw the food and
beverage director (Ali Guler)
helping to unload a shipment.
and in fact I chatted with him
briefly. If the shipment was
not weighed then the food and
beverage director must share
responsibility. They are just
using Buster as a scapegoat,"
he charged.


Mr. Hall was asked to :reig"i
on January 10, and when he
refused to do so he was fired
the following'day.
On the morning of Jan.12,
Mr Glinton revealed, kitchen
workers in the hotel, on
learning of the dismissal, staged
a briet work-stoppage.
Union officials had to go to
the scene and restore order, he
said.
Mr. ;linton pointed out that
Mr. Hall, sole source of income
for a large family, was fired
after 18 years ..- iiiinn-us
employment at the hotel.
'Some consideration
should be given to Mr. Hall, as
the ill. gari.ns by management
are unfounded. It is our feeling
that he should be re-instated as
purchasing agent or given an
alternative position in the
hotel "
Mr. Fdgecombe had ruled
that ".M.,I on the evidence
presented I am of the opinion
that 'ii.i.n iwe mrii 's decision
was too harsh."


BANK BILL


HEADS FOR


EASY PASSAGE


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE HOUSE suspended for
luncheon early this afternoon
when only two members had
spoken on the proposed
Central Bank Act.
But the tone of debate
adopted by the one Opposition
speaker appeared to indicate an
easy passage for the bill shortly
after the meeting resumed at 3
p.m.
The bill was moved for
second reading ard commttal
by Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur D. Hanna, Minister of
I In ,jik
Norman Solomon (1\ \St.
George and Dunmore) was the
only Opposition member to
speak before the luncheon
adjournment, and he said that
'at the outset, let me make it
clear that the Opposition
welcomes this piece ot
legislation, and recognizes that
it is something we would have
been better off with if we had
had it a long time ago."
fle asked Mr. Hanna to
comment on points raised on
three sections of the bill The
louse suspended before Mr
Hanna replied.
Mr. Solomon referred to a
section saying that "the
Minister mas. after
consultation with the Bank, by
order alter the said parity" (of
the Bahamian dollar)
Mr. Solomon wondered
"whether at any tune an\
Minister of Finance in an\
Government ought to ha\e that
kind of power The clause says
the Minister should consult the
Bank, but there was nothing to
say that he cannot ignore the
advice of the Bank. Doesn't it
allow him (the Minister) to
arbitrarily devalue Bahamian
currency without recourse to
this House or to anyone else"'


Mapped out islands-from the


THE MINISTRY of
Development through the
Department of Lands and
Surveys will undertake the
aerial mapping of New
Providence, Abaco, Cat Island,
Eleuthera and Grand Bahama
and the photography of the
Bimini/Cat Cay chain and the
Cay Sal Bank.
The mapping includes the
large scale (1/2,5000) (1 inch


to 200 ft. approx.) mapping of
the Freeport area in Grand
Bahama as a joint venture by
the Grand Bahama Port
Authority and the Department
of Lands and Surveys. In the
same way the new industrial
area at Gold Rock. (east of the
U.S Base) is being mapped
jointly by the Bahamas
Development Corporation and
the Department of Lands and


Benguet edges nearer to 'spin-ol


MANILA, Philippines expiration of the offer on


Benguet Consolidated, Inc.
moved a step closer today to a
"spin off" of its non-Philippine
subsidiaries to Intercontinental
Diversified Corp. (IDC) as the
mechanics of the announced
plan of reorganization
continued to unfold.

The company announced
today that approximately
8,300,000 shares of common
stock of Benguet have been
surrendered in the exchange
offer for an equal number of
shares of IDC prior to the


February 1, 1974.
Benguet, which had
21,355,608 shares outstanding
prior to the exchange offer,
offered to exchange a
maximum of 13,881,145
shares of IDC for an equal
number of shares of Benguet.
As a result of the tender, the
outstanding shares of Benguet
have been reduced to
approximately 13,100,000.
Approximately 5,600,000
shares of IDC will remain
unexchanged.


Under the plan, Benguet will
distribute substantially all of
its unexchanged shares of IDC
pro rata to stockholders of
Benguet. Benguet will withhold
and sell a small portion of the
unexchanged IDC shares to
round out the distribution and
settle fractional interests in
cash.
Accordingly, four-tenths of
a share of IDC will be
distributed in respect of each
share of Benguet, to Benguet
stockholders of record at the
close of business on February


13, 1974(N. Y. time).
The shares of Benguet will
be traded ex-distribution of the
IDC shares on the New York
Stock Exchange at the opening
of business on February 6.
The shares of IDC will also be
traded on a "when distributed"
basis on the New York Stock
Exchange on February 6.
The exchange offer was part
of a plan of reorganization
already approved by Benguet
stockholders to separate
Benguet into two publicly
owned corporations. Benguet


Surveys. All ground control
operations are the responsi-
bility of the Department of
Lands and Surveys.

Some of the results of these
efforts will be the revision of
the existing 1125,000 (2. inch
to I mile approx.) sheets of the
four large islands named above
and their photography at
1/10,000 contract scale. The


rf

will continue to own the
mining properties and other
assets in the Philippines and
IDC, a Panama corporation,
will own The Grand Bahama
Port Authority, Limited shares
and other non-Philippine assets
formerly owned by Benguet.
This separation will facilitate
compliance with the
nationality provisions of the
Philippine constitution which
require that natural resource
companies, such as Benguet, be
at least 60% owned by
Philippine citizens on or before
July 3, 1974.


In connection with a clause
in the bill allowing the Minister
and the Bank to arrange loans
by the Bank to the
Government, Mr Solomon said
the Opposition would be
moving an amendment because
"we feel that any such advance
ought to be published in the
Gazette within a reasonable
time after the advance is made
The public," he asserted, "has
a basic right to know of these
advance:."
Mr Solomon went on to
say, in connection with a
clause concerning the eligibility
of certain persons for
appointment to the Bank's
Board of Directors, that "it is
incumbent upon us to point
out that when the directors are
appointed it is essential that
they have no close relationship
with politics."
He said non-political
directors were essential to
maintaining public and
international confidence in the
Bank.
The clause presently
disqualifies members of the
legislature, public officers and
officials and shareholders of
financial institutions, but not
persons with political
connections.
The Central Bank will
replace the existing Bahamas
Monetary Authority. Mr.
Hanna in moving for second
reading said "I believe the
moment this Act becomes law
the Bahamas Monetary
Authority can immediately
transform itself to carry out
the functions almost
immediately of a full-fledged
Central Bank
The finance Minister was
expected to reply to the points
raised by Mr. Solomon when
the House meeting resumed
this afternoon

air


1/10.000 photography of the
Bimini/Cat Cay chain and the
Cay Sal Bank will give the
Department the information it
needs to revise the present
maps and monitor the
development in these chains of
islands.

PRISONER ESCAPES

A YOUNG prisoner working
in the piggery at H.M. Prison
escaped on Monday morning
and is still at large.
Livingston Sands, who is
serving an 18 month sentence
for stealing and housebreaking,
escaped Monday, according to
a Home Affairs spokesman.
The police have been
alerted, the spokesman said.


NEW
POYSERK I


SMEARED


A REMINDER TO
CUSTOMERS
PLEASE COLLECT YOUR REPAIRED
ITEMS IMMEDIATELY!!


DUDLEY'S*AT. ROYAL AVE.
I[11 m m ,i


ter with Postmaster of Bahamas for po.t concessons withthn Bahama.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


LADY BUTLER, wife of
Governor General Sir Milo
Butler, has suffered "a minor
heart attack" and her
condition was reported
"improved" today by Dr.
John Lunn.
4 'Lady Butler remains
resting comfortably in the
intensive care unit of the
I ^ Princess Margaret Hospital
but is not allowed to have
visitors.





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Wednesday, February 6, 1971


h__e _t ribunt


DAVID EISENHOWER
says President Nixon will not
re ign tinder any
circumstances and that Nixon
"is confident he will not be
impeached
Describing his father-in-law
as iII "great spirits, law
student Eisenhowler gave his
N\ewss on the president's
reiactioln to the Watergate
trou)tbles
iHe said it \was his ovwn
ipilttrl thiatll what has come
i1' liht so tar doesn't justify
.iltpeaclhment
DaNid 25. made his views
kntio in an interview with a
gro !p of reporters It was one
ot a series of informal
cocktail sessions with Nixon
.idm mnitration officials and
'l*e press that have been set
Tip in recent weeks bv White
Ho e t director o I
Sr llt(tn fcat tions Kenneth




SAN lXIAN chocolate,
lined flr sonme 47 cases of
;, poisning in the U.S. is
recalled, the food and
Sidministration said.



\ tSRGEON working on
le eltiopment of a nuclear
inort has been given a
-100.000 grant by the
,-sterin Pennsylvania Heart
i sso nation


I T fROPPOLITAN opera
lictals in New York sax
*i l t itling deficits o ill tore
it opera to reduce its
Seek season by tour lto six
Ceks s tarting in the tall o)t
te-s


NEG OTIA1TIONS should
I, completed within a year
ion ti new Panama C(anal
iteaty that will provide for
tihe ultimate turn over of the
waterway to Panama. U.S.
'it i ICt:t.s -aid


RADIO 'MOSC OW says
geological surveys confirm
that two West Siberian fields
contant;lll more than iie
trillion c bit lc meters lo
nat urial til


i\~\ IliY Miami Beach
lawe cr (Charles Buddy"
lteiislir n escaped unharmed
ttodas trofim ItIo mtI en wIho had
k i d at pp e d in a n d
demlanlted ;t a 540.000 ranitsomn
tile lFit said


TIfRRORISIS dressed as
doctors treed .i wnttrded
C()lllpalllniol Iroili i coutllltr
hospital nieal BItluens Aires
where flit'e was ukn-il after a
shoolit Ul t w Ith llice officers
reported


DANI:IL ) I) BI R
virtual president -elect of
osta Ra Rc sad hlie will do
everything possible to help
find ti solution to the
Hond u ras S1 i ,dore an
contftc once lit i.tkes office
Mayv S


BUCHAREST The first
world population conference.
to deal mainly with the world
population explosion, will be
held this year in Romania
where efforts to force the
birth rate up have been duds.
The United Nations
proclaimed 1974 "World
Population Year." During the
year the earth's population
will grow by four Romanias
S84 million persons to
nearly four billion.
"The magnitude of the
problem confronting us is
apparent in these figures,"


before finding Dr. Montemarano
arid attempted murder.
loud applause and cheers
swept the crowded courtroom
as the verdict was reported by
inr torewoman Adele Harris.
One of Dr Montemarano's
detence lawyers, 6-foot-6
James O'Brien, jumped to his
tect and embraced the
34-, ear-old physician.
"I've never been so happy in
in life'" said D)r
Montemnarano, smiling as tears
!lled his ees. "I was ready for
an\ thing "
Ihe balding, bespectacled
defendant was accused of
giving an injection of
potassium chloride Dec. 7,
Ir 2. to Eugene Bauer, a
i -year-old railroad engineer.
while Bauer was dying of
throat cancer and com-
pitations at Nassau county
-t c'dial centre.
Xt that time, Dr
M1 otenimarano was chief
r-sidtcnt surgeon of the hospital
Fn East Meadow.
During thfe 12-day trial, Dist.
\ttl. William C'ahn repeatedly
ad DIr Montemarano was
of a "'murder of
Oslnver cnence' committed so
the physician would not have
to return to the medical centre
Late' to pronounce Bauer dead.
Cahn last June described the
incident as "an apparent mercy
killing" when he announced
the indictment of Dr
lMontienarano
However. Cahn did not use
either phrase in his summing
Lip o the i icur at the close of
the trial, which marked the
irst ine i C hn : r-.nail,.
pr-seutcd a .oort case since
he i'cc uaii 'iirinc attorney in

Def)ence attorines- O'Brien
and J Russell C iule insisted'
that Bauer died of natural
.tses Thei did not call Dr
iMontermnarani to the wintess
stind. \P)


Beating


thebaby


boom
says a handout on the
conference to be sponsored
by the United Nations Aug.
19-30 in Bucharest.
Romania sees its problems
differently.
"A fundamental task
affecting the prosperity and


innocent of charges of murder


Playboy 'not

scandalous'
MADRID The Supreme
Court has ruled that possession
of Pihn,,, magazine in the
home is not a "public scandal"
in Spain
The court set aside a
four-month lail sentence and
a fine of S170 given to Ramon
Gomez Lopez of Madrid
"Playboy" is banned from
entering Spain, and police
searching for drugs found
several old copies of the
magazine in Gomez's home
Put the court said this wasn't
scandalous because the
magazines had not left the
house (AP)

Getty award

LONDON -- Oil bilhonairc
J. Paul Getty has announced a
$50,000 prize for wildlife
c-oservation.
It will be given for
"outstanding achievement or
outstanding service for the
benefit of mankind in the
conservation of wildlife in the
period ending December 31.
1973."
He told a reception at the
U.S Embassy the prize may
become an annual award. "I
want to see how it turns out."
he said. (AP)

Murder charge
LONI)U\ Police have
charged a third man with the
murder of James Pope
Hennessy. a royal biographer.
The latest man to be
charged with the Jan. 25
slaying was Terence Nonnan,
25. Last week, Edward John
Wilkinson, 22. and John James
O'Brien, 23. were indicted in
the slaying


future of our homeland is the
increase in a constant rhythm
of the birth rate," said the
Communist party paper
"Scinteia" (Spark).
The world population
growth rate is 2 per cent and
rising. Romania's is below I
per cent and falling despite
efforts to boost the baby
crop.
The only contraceptives
legally sold here come in little
red packets adorned with the
picture of a butterfly
prophylactics from Red
China.


PHYSICIAN IS


CLEARED


OF KILLING

MINFOLA Dr. Vincent A. Montemarano has been acquitted
ef a charge that he killed a terminally ill cancer patient with an
injection of potassium chloride.
A Nassau county court jury .elibcriated one hour yesterday


Nixon, Kissinger to


visit Soviet Union


Sl CRI [A-RY oi State
Kisiniger will visit Moscow
ncti monlt The vl ,,.* Hlouse
said in a I comiu ntt iu ie that
Kissinge 's visit wsil be to
prepare Itor a trip by President
li\on to the Soiet Union
In another development.
Kissinger 'and Sov et Foreign
Miiunster Andre i. (;Gronmyko
agreed that the second round
it strategic arml s invitation
t,ilks would open n ol Feb. 19i
Kissinger told a reporter


about the development as lie
emerged from a 1': hour
meeting with Groimyko at the
Soviet i'mbassy in Washington.
;romyko told the reporter
that progress had been made
for setting a date for President
Nixon to visit the Soviet
Union
It was learned last weekend
that plans are underway for a
Nixon visit to the Kremlin late
Spring or Early summer
Both Kissinger and
Gromyko were in an amiable


mood. (ronmyko walked with
kissinger, who showed the
effects of a mild case of flu. to
the door W'ith them w ,a the
Soviet ambassador Anatol\
Dobrynln
Ihe new round of SALT
talks will concern an effort by
the two super powers to limit
the development of offensive
nuclear weapons
Ihe objective\ e i, to strve for
a settlement that could be
signed by Nlion and Soviet
Party leader Leonid Bre/hnes
at a Moscow stumnit
Apparently reacting to
Nixon's plans tor a new
summiint meeting ('hina today
described Ui S Soviet
detente as 1111 ,11g. and **a
sheer hoax which has exploded
like soap iibubbles"
This description of the state
of Russo-Alllric an relations
appeared in a long article by
the llsinhua News Agency
attacking the foreign policy of
Bre/hnev.



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BERKELEY Patricia Campber'
Hearst, 20-year-old granddaughter of the
late publisher William Randolph Hearst,
was kidnapped amid gunfire from her
fashionable apartment, police said.
At least tour sQhots were tired at people
oni the street as Miss Hearst, screaming
and plead inc. S ,as bliiidfolded and tossed
h-lf naked in;:' ie trlunk of a car and
driven a wa \ IT nwe men.
A petlie sl.'siman said: "'No ransom
deliand has beeni made to the fanfily as
fai as I know"
lie said the woman'ss father. Randolph
A Htearst. president and editor ot the San
FIrancisco I xamiier. \as inftotted of the
kidnapping and rutishcd t California fromi
Washington. I) (.
Miss llearsts fiance and a neighbour
who canle tof her aid were badly beaten
bs the tswo mein swhoi smashed the heavy
sliding glass door to the apartment a
quarter mile south of thie nrtiversit of
(alifornia campus here.
"W'e heard a scream. then three shots.
We looked outside."sa ids Sandiy (;olden.
21 who liv ts next door tio Miss tearst's
two-storey building
"'Two no l Lc were carr ing a girl She
was struggling. She was half-dressed,
naked frol the waist tip She screamied.
'Please let te go"' She seemed to be
blindfolded,"t ( ;oldrt said
"All of a sudden we heard a noisse that
sounded like firecrackers." said Donald


Yamagishi, 22. who lives in the same
apartment building and said he heard the
men break in.
"There were two bangs. It wasn't
exactly like firecrackers so I went to
look. Here must have been I 2 shots I
heard glass shattering."
Steven Andrew Weed. 26. Miss Hlearst's
fiance, said he opened the apart ienc
door about :f20 p.ni. to a young womilan
who said she had been in an accident and
needed help.
"That is when two black men armed
with rifles, maybe shotguns burst in the
door," he said. "In seconds they had me
face down on the floor in the hal lwsia
I het kept kicking tme in the tace iand
forcing me to keep myi face down "
Weed said the men demanded mone\
and took his wallet.
Police said the men beat tt i he bho\ up
"pretty badly."
A neighbour who heard tthe
commotion rushed in and also w as,
beaten. Both the neigh .ouir and Weecd
were in good condition .t a Berkele\
hospital,
Police detective refuswd to release
the nane' ot the tteigh bour who rutiled to
help i'... iic. f he'll get burned-" lie did
not elaborate.
Police said two cars sped from the
scene. Some witnesses reported seeiig
three kidnappers and hearing gunfire
from both vehicles. An all points
bulletin was issued for a white (hetrolet


Im pal a.
.\ l4 I white C(hevrolet convertili .
believed to be the kidnap veh icl.
found abandoned seven blocks awsa i,
,ia registered to Peter Benenson,
Berkelex radiation laboratory ecie,
who had not been located.
-resh groceries were tfo nd ill .i
;rotccries also werc fotullnd stress tl 0u;d
the front of Benienson's hoiic a mile i-'c !
Miss fHearst's apartment
Berger said it seemed probablel" ti1
ever one switched to a second car i
the first a;ts abandoned Police
seeking a white station wagon
News of the kidnapping on \l,,..
rltsli wa s .is itlih elid \ Ies\ n ed .I .1; 'i
rc'quiesi of polie and the I BI. shLs f ,1W i'
it Lwas e.itced call pubhcil\ it i
leop.irdcie Mis flearsi's life l th
liter sid t0 case could I e nude p..,
One polie ohlc ltlc speculated tiIlli
abdctors ".iPlpparenily knew whMi ',%
were iflter Otherwise., whiy would i!1.t
pick ouit \ptl 4 lo ask t i us,
telephone' I1 hicre was apparently ,i,
sti ggt,."
\ r pt it it1ic scene si;i :

the ,' i neiar tIhe kitchen .1'', a
blood-s .ikcd to cl on the lusin "
l ,ii c ttook ilnLeipr i]rinlts q e *,
eiicghihlii.s j i 'dl te. c f ed cars in c .
I1 1 .i.' cnts scaled oil MOii le I S r-S
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becomes

a star

in Brazil
RIO DE JANEIRO The
British ambassador has arrived
in Rio from the island capital
of Brasilia amid indicat! ois
that "Great Train" robbc:
Ronald Biggs may tieventuall
escape English justice and
remain free in Brazil.
The British 'lnibass\ in
Brasil ia confirmed lhit
Ambassador Derck DItlodsoni
flew to Rio to stutd \ the
entangled case.
Ronald Biggs remained in
jail at the Dops security police
offices near famous (;uainabara
Bay. His preventive arrest for
60 days was formally decreed
Monday by the Bra/itlia
Minister of Justice, and he is
expected to be taken to'
Brasilia soon.
An official note said Biu./ii
was giving Britain 60 day, loI
submit an extradition request
for Biggs. Since there is nio
extradition treaty between the
nations, the case was being
considered on the basis of
"reciprocity." the note said.
]his implies Bra/il expects
Britain to reciprocate
by handling wanted Brazilians
living in Fnigland o\er to the
Brazilian government in siinllai
circumstances.
With the principle oil
reciprocity in question. Biggs'
chances of remaining free frtrml
English justice in Bra/il seeit
ver\ good indeed.
Meanwhile, Biggs is
becoming something of a star
to Brazilian newspaper readers
and television viewers.
IHe was described as
"fantasticco" after 1 i;iir e hec
wanted to remain in Brazil
with his girlfriend Raimunda
Nasinmento de Castro who
appeared with him.
lit was photographed
consoling Raimuntda in the
newspaper ) Lobobo whom he
told he did not want tot miss
"the affable people of
Rio.'"
1l his appeared toi contradict
Biggs' alleged desire to return
to I ngland.
The British ('onsul says
Biggs has signed an affidavit to
this effect


APPLETON
n UM


stoppage.
But Joe Gorniles. president
of the National Union of
Mincworkers refused further
discussions unless the
government "puts more cash
on the table."
i il pl1 o' y nen t Secretary
William Whitelaw. who last
\ ear gained a reputation for
conciliation in Northern
Ireland, denounced the union's
attitude as "cash now else."
Prime Minister Edward
Heath, answering questions in
the IHouse of C'ommons,
charged that the miners' union
had never been prepcard tto
negotiate any aspect of their
pay claim.
Announcement of the strike
date by Gormley sent prices
plunging to a six-year low on
the London Stock E-xchange.
About 1.4 billion dollars
were wiped off the value of
British-based companies. The
pound sterling lost nearly two
cents on the foreign exchange
market, dropping to S2 24 ,',2
About 70 per cent of the
nation's electricity supply
cones from coal. Coal stocks
are already down a third
because of an overtime ban the


miners have conducted since
Novemsner to back iup ther
demands for higher pat.
'The Heath goveruillenit iput
the nation on a three-da)\ work
week Jan. 1 to conisere tI!c i
supplies. An all-out strike rs, cs
the threat ot a t\vo-daje\l .rk
week, further product io;
losses, a rundown oft ctal
supplies by late March ande
eventually a shuttdow n of
British industry.
The only bright spot in the
picture was an assurance frouh
Gormley that hospitals. schools
and old age pensioners would
get coal supplies even if nuners
have to deliver it themselves.


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lONI)ON Britain's
industrialists appeared today\ to
te piling pressure on o the
governtient to settle will the
country's miners andl avert a
national coal strike that c'uld
pI'ul erize the tottering Brirtish
ccrononly within wecks.
The 280,000 miners. whose
I3-week-old go-slo\ ciaip.iugn
for more money ihas already \
slashed coal production and
forced industry on to a
fuel-saving three-dal, week. are
scheduled to ,walk out at
midnight Saturday
Sir Michael ('lamigalm.
president of the Confederation
of British Industry, declared in
a television interview that the
government should "certainly"
settle with the miners.
Miners vowed to la\ down
their tools Sundau y and in
response. I)erek I /ra. chairman
of the state-run National Coal
Board. warned that Britain
laces "', s c astst rophee
unparalleled in our postwar
industrial histoi t
/.ra, whose Coal Board
ellploy.s the nation's 2' ni .Il
miners, urged the unions and
the government tot get together
for last-minute talks to avert a


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Wednesday, February 6, 1974.


he Oi ritbunP
Nvuuus ADDICTUs JURBAE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.It
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -

EDITORIAL


Wolf in sheep's clothing?


By :TI \\1 D Il (11 II
DURING his recent visit to Cuba Soviet Communist Party
chief I conrd Brezhnev spoke for an hour and a half in Havana's
Plaza de la Rcvolucion. Hle spoke after Castro had harangued the
thousands of people gathered in the Square.
The address was monitored in Miami and The liami Herald
published a short review of it on its "Around The Americas'
Page" on Wednesda January 30th.
I will extract tour paragraphs from The Herald report to form
the basis for this discussion.
The Herald report stated:
Soviet (ommunliist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev told the Cuban
nation TuesdaV that the revolution was the inspiration for "all
oppressed countries of the world" hbut that Communism was
embarked on a quest for peace.
Brezhnev said the past year had brought an improvement in
relations between Russia and the United States which served to
hasten a lasting peace.
But. he wIarned that "imperialism is far from having ..li. ,.1 its
aggressive nature. The improvement of terrible weapons
'cintues. "
lie declared that the improved outlook fbr worldwide peace
was due to the intensive efforts of the Soviet Union and other
Communist countries, who convinced the "capitalist society" of
the futility of settling conflicts with wars.

This is the line now being taken by Russian propaganda. What
is tie truth:
The truth is that back in 1947, when the Jewish people were
fighting to establish an independent state, the Russians were on
then side.
Britain still exercised a dominant influence in the world and
Russian policy was to do eas.r' hiqli possible to upset the British.
Their final stroke was in the Suez crisis in 1956 when the U.S.
toolishly allied with Russia to stop the British and French in a
legitimate bid to recover the Suez Canal ... their legitimate
propn-i iy .. which had been seized by Nasser.
This (Cornnunist stroke ... and America's shortsightedness .
hastened the dissolution of the British Emnpire and ended western
1nil-. ,. in tile last.

Back in 1947 Russia was on the side of Israel.
iln his book "ConfrontatioI In l he Middle last", Lester Velie
reports that "U.S. President flarry Truman was on record as
favoring a Jewish national home in Palestine. But specialists in
the U.S. State Department's Office of [astern and African
Affairs declared there was no point in risking America's
findship with 80 million Arabs for the sake of a few thousand
Jews."
After the Jews won their place as an independent nation Russia
played a cagey Vnille until Britain was pushed out of F-gypt in
1956 and the way was made clear for another super-power to
enter this sphere of influence. The Russians then shifted to the
Arab side in the hope that they might get control of Mid-East oil.
You may judge from the crisis the small oil-producing nations
of the Middle Fast have inflicted on the major industrial nations
of the world today, the power that Russia would exercise if she
could establish political and economic control in this area.
After a Jewish state was established America came out openly\
in support of the new nation and helped them to create the
miracle that is today's Israel.

Since then the Arabs have launched three major wars against
Israel. In all these wars the Arabs have been trained and armed b)
the Russians who were confident tha 8t million Arabs would
quickly make "duck soup" of the tiny Jewish nation.
But they were wrong. In these three wars thie Jews have
inflicted a crushing defeat on the Arabs. The most recent was the
toughest for the Jews because of thie "terrible neiw weapons"
especially thie S AM missile that inilire.l] heavy losses on the
Israeli ai force supplied tire Arabs b\ thle Russians.
Bult despite early reverses inll this last war the Jewish army
was within striking distance of Cairo in E gypt and lDamlascus in
S ria when the Russians sent an hitsterical appeal t tire U.S. to
help stop thile war.
In all these efforts to crush this tiny nation the blu Russian
Bear has been the dark shadow hovering menacingly in the
background.
And now Bre/hnev tries to make it appear that "'imperialism is
iia fror,l halnrg changed its aggressive nature" and that "the
i!rlprovemlren t of terrible weapons continues."

In bothll the Korean and Viet Namn wars Russia stood in the
background giving encouragement and lending aid to Corrnuunist
forces in their drive to destroy democratic societies in these
countries
Amierica became deeply involved in both these wars ... but


Russia kept in the background. stoking the files until the U S.
kwas completely upset ... and to sote extent discredited ... "lost
tace" an Oriental would sa ... in the eyes of the world.
in a1ll these 1manoeuvres Russia has jockeyed the U.S. into a
position where it appeared that I ncle Sam was tlhe ..i,: I;..
while tlre Russian Bear was tile peacemaker'

I have written on this subject before and I have repeatedly said
that Russia will never fight thie I.S. ... she will have in need to ...
so long as she can wear her down with a policy of attrition.
Brezhne l ntows declares that lie has come to Cuba in peace. I
can only luhope so. But don't be surprised if this henlsplihere
becomes thie nex target of Russia in creating problems for tile
gullible U S.
* * * **
Iet us examine the facts and see who is realyr responsible for
the kind of peace the world .'-nio\ today.
I have shown vou that Russia has connived at all the wars into
which the U.S. lhas been drawn ini recent years.
On tire other hand. what is Uncle Sant's record?'
At the time of the Korean war the U.S. alone had thle atomic
bomb. At that point in history she was in a position to win that
war and halt Russian and Chinese expansion for another century.
With such a weapon she could have ruled the world. But sihe
didn't. She didn't even try because she wanted people all over the
world to be free.
President Trunian ignored the advice of General McArthur who
realized that wars are fought to be won and that a compromised
war is only a prelude to a bigger event later on.
Truman went so far as to dismiss McArthur because the
General pressed the war and the U.S. had no desire to rule the
world.
The American people were fighting only to preserve the


indelcendnce of non-C'ommlunnist nations when there were assailed
bh aggressive Comrrmunist forces.
This is the simple truth ... and I say once again that it is
unfortunate that the U.S ... in pursuit of the preservation of
freedom for free people ... allowed Russia and China to break
through to a place of supremacy in world affairs.
Whether you want to believe it or not, folks ... it's going to be
Russia or China in the future. Not the peace-loving U.S. And we
all know what such a change in world affairs will mean to the
Christian society of Europe and the western hemisphere.
*** ** **
1()()I\(NTE TO HISTORY: I am interested ... and
sotnetimnes amused .. when I think of tie way power groups use
propaganda to hide the truth ... and finally become architects ia
their own destruction.
Let us start back over the years and recall the methods used by
the Old Guard in Nassau.
During the years I was almost alone in the battle for refoimi
and a better deal for coloured people in the Bahamas. leaders of
the Old Guard used to shout "You're raising the colour question"
when they had no defence for their reactionary attitude.
At this cry the unthinking members of this group rallied
around their self-seeking leaders and so I was regarded by them as
Public Enemy No. I.
I wasn't raising the colour question. It was already there ... a
creation of the Old Guard power group.
They were so blinded by prejudice that they couldn't see that I
was tr.' in, to get them to accept refonn before it was too late.
Their attitude reminded me of the story of a little boy who
was kicked in the backside by a big bully.
When the small boy turned around and said he didn't like it
the big bully balled up his fists and said: "Want to fight?"
lte then turned to the crowd and shouted: "See .. this boy
wants to start a fight."
* * * **
I recall the case of the Collins Wall in 156 which was used as a
vehicle to arouse the fears of unthinking white people living inr
the Collins Avenue area.
I tried to get a road through this racially atrocious wall. The
Old Guard accused me of raising the racial issue ... and this cost
nie the election because it lost me support of white residents in
this area.
A year or so later the men who led the opposition to opening
ONE road through this wall, themselves agreed t ;o .penl TWO
roads ... and a couple of them were on thie spot to be
photographed by the Press when the work of ,'p. .i,. tice sw'all
was started. They posed as the "good guys" ... and nor one seemed
to notice the hypocrisy of it all!
These people eventually destroyed themselves.

Now the P.LP. are using hie same methods
P.L.P. "- ..-i squads" introduced violence to elec. ',li-, in the
Bahamas. As a result Opposition candidates were forced into a
position where they were obliged to surround 1.'- ..I.1. ,. with
bodyguards.
Last year three of these bodyguards i : 1 : mnir:
themselves and one was murdered.
Prime Minister Pindling has been using this incident .r : ii at
home and abroad ... to try to make the world riI,,. tha:t rIh
Opposition was responsible tor the crime wa e nowt sweeping
across the country.
This is just a bare-faced political lie ... but people heiiecc them.

During the time that the Hon. Arthur Foulkes was a Mimtster mn
the P.L.P. government he declared in the House that if I didn't
stop criticizing the party he would expose my "secret sin".
As I was as curious as everyone else to knows what mr secret
sin was, I increased the volume of mv criticism... but Mr. Foulkes
never came across.
I was amused because I got the impression that girls came to
their own conclusion ... and I found myself beiomging popular
with the hopeful sex
The scales have since fallen from the eyes iof Mr. Froulkes and
he is now the most vocal critic of his foirler MIoses ... ind. i
course, his old P.LP. associates are now out to destroy tiurn.
And, sad to say. miy "secret Sin" is still secret even to me i
wvish he would whisper a hint in myn ears. It might be interc' i I' t.'lih for mne to tr\ .
* ** *
A report iii tie morning newspaper of the annual 'P. l.P
banquet recorded that in his speech Deputi Prime Mini!st,
A urhur Hanna referred to the I tii of Sir Elienne )upuch
The report did not elaborate. It didn't say whether Mr. lHaiii
went into details on myl "habits". 1 donll suppose lie did Ithat is
the way political propagandists operate. They drop a ,'.'. II
word with the hope that it will create e\il thoughts m tin ini!
of thie audience.
Since reading this report I have been exanining ir selt to i'.i
and discover what habits the Deputt Pimtrc Mlinister coiiuld h ,i
had in his twisted mind.
Let us examine thie facts.
I don't smmuokc or gamble and I have been llmrlled to thr s.i:'e
\wile for nearly 46 years. My doctor in Miamri las advised :; ,
take a drink of brandy every days. I seldom do it but wheni 1 d
it's mfno more th;unt one a das .
Mavbe you think I don't get much funill oult ulhle Bti
you are wrong. My life is full of joy because I have no habits
to cloud lmy mind and complicate rmy af fairs.
I was in the Legislature for over 33 years ..... 1 sihi',tii
receiving ani\ salary. Tile P.L.P. government introduced salalni C
outrageous salaries for memiibers oft tie Legislature 'vien tel\
canime to power im 1967.
I resigned two years later ... two years before the [cinti of ii'l
appotminent expired.
One of thle seasons foi im\ resignation was that I didn't Ice
justified in taking the people's iniue\ fior doing virtually notrlllinr
In the Senate, which is now nio more thanir a powerless rhbbet
stamltp of the government in tie touse of Assembly.


Mys record shows that in all the 33 years that I served .: ithe
Legislature I igaie' t thie people .... toik inolthing from them
What "habits" could Mr. Hanna have Ihad in his listeded minl'
I subjected myself to a severe rslfexannllati'in anrd tii,!j ,i
possible explanation for wls!t lie was complain^ bouti
It is probably because 1 have c:ultiatec' a habit ot f ',I.i I.
truth and being lon-ics' i l all dim all,. with mi\ f'elowmiii n
If lie meant th it i make it a h, l:t of ite'!!n the trutli aidi bci:n,
lionest ii all 'mr de:dings.... -ren 1 anl hiapps to plead gnli\ ;, ilshe
chari ge. this is truly nit' ost precio,,s habit.


At midnight tonight Grenada will be another siaii
independent territory in the Caribbean.
A significant fact is that Britain has a warship anchored in t!h
harbour there.
There could be onl oine reason for tlhe presence ot t is
warship at Grenada at this time ..- and that is to intimnid.aic tif
opposition!
One timing is certain ... Britain has cancelled the visit of the
Duke of Gloucester to the island for this occasion. A junior
official of the Commonwealth Office is to represent the Queen'


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY


All truth is safe and nothing else is safe: and he who keeps back
the truth, or withholds if from men, from motives of expediency.
is either a coward or a criminal. or both:- MAX MULLER


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"-\ -1 A\l IAR kitchen-ear-
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ind as wss as a mall's head".
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description ot cabba'"e itn hi'
I hI De)il's Dn.tionmars .
Whether it be true oi not
with regard to the wisdom ot
the cabbage, quite a tew oft
them ha\e allowed themselves
to be caught and cornered in
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1 change.
I he cabbage season is jus!
beginning in the Baha'marr so
thie wItll he plenty it tirsme to
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Cabbage is an excellent
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teaspoons prepared mustard. a
teaspoon of salt, halt a
teaspoon sugar and a quarter
teaspoon paprika.


'" ':'. Chill the dressing and pour it
over the cabbage and carrots at
serving time.
Another cabbage salad calls
for a watercress dressing if
you can find watercress. Slice a
small head of cabbage and
arrange the slices in a salad
salt anti pepper. salad, shred enough Lailh.jf. to bowl.
Spread each crepe with some maKe tour cups. .ir, d iwo Wash and remove the thick
of the filling and roll them up. carrots and combine with tie stems from two bunches of
Place side by side in a shallow cabbage in a salad bowl. In a watercress. Pat dry on paper
baking dish and pour on a cup bowl. beat a cup of heavy towling. Chop very finely .
of sour cream. Bake at 325 cream with one egg yolk until -Combine the cress with half
degrees for 20 minutes. almost stiff Stir in two a cup of olive oil, the juice ol a
-or cabbage and carrot tablespoons lemon juice, two lemon, a tablespoon of


tarragon vinei.igar andri i ,1,i
pepper At ser\ in !lilr P,,|]i
the dressing tover ith' i I
slices.
Use Chinese cabb.itai'c i iIll
recipe. Cook six oiin ,
noodle s in boiling:r waterir iini
tender. Drain. Wash anil ,l.,
the caps ot 10 ,iii
niushroolis and slice lticei i|
a skillet, heat toti t iahiesicn;,
oil and toss in the noodles .ii
lmushroomls.
(oat them well with lih ,
Cut a Chinese cabbage iin
inch slices and add them to ih
pan stirring to coal tiheim wi!
the oil and to combine 'ii
with the noodles i
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and mashed. However you like
it, here are some recipes to give
you a breather from left-i\er
Christmas turkey.
This is a simple method ior
boiling cabbage. Cut a small
head into quarters and bol inM
salted water until just tendct.
Drain well. Melt N\
tablespoons butter a
saucepan and stir in a teaspoon
each of vinegar and sugar. Add
salt and pepper and the
cabbage. Cook for about 10
minutes, shaking the pan to
*rake sure the cabbage is stsll
c ated with the butter
ni xture.
Use sour cream as a saIuce
for crepes with cabbage tilling.
Make the crepe batter I'1
combining one and a halt cup-
sifted flour, two and thiri
quarter cups milk, four egs,,
three tablespoons each of ruin
and heavy cream and a hall a
teaspoon salt.
Beat until smooth. Strain it
and chill for at least three
hours or overnight. Ileat a
skillet or crepe pan and but leC
it lightly. Pour in the cr epe
batter tilting the pan so th.it
the batter covers the bottom
thinly. Cook until golden thll
lip and cook the other siue
Keep the crepes warm in a li i
o ve n.
Quarter a small cabbage a ;
remove the hard core. Stcaml
the quarters in a quarter cup ,'
water until tender. (hop the
cabbage finely or put through i
Iood mill. In a saucepan, mcit
two tablespoons butter andl
blend in two tablespoons flour.
Add a cup of chicken stock
and cook stirring until
thickened.
Add- the cabbage and
three-quarters of a cup it
chopped chestnuts with a little
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By Abigail Van Buren
C 1974 b Chicago Trtbne-N. Y. News Synd., inc.
DEAR ABBY: On our wedding night, my bride said,
-It's been such a beautiful day, let's not spoil it with sex."
She gave me no hint while I courted her that she felt
that way about sex. We were engaged for a year, during
which time she never let me go beyond a goodnight kiss,
but I thought it was because she had such high moral
standards.
It took me five weeks to consummate our marriage.
and then it was very unsatisfactory. She regards sex as a
'duty" and I am always urged to "hurry up and get it over
with"
I tried to be patient and considerate, and I let her alone
for two years while she went thru the motions of getting "psy-


aJOHN S.GEORGE
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PAL DA mE M aMl3B 456
PHONE 2842 -
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She didn't want to ruin

wedding night with sex
chological counseling." Now she uses all the excuses wom-
en use to avoid sex. "1 have a headache. It's too late. I'm
too tired."
She doesn't want a divorce, and says if I found a girl
friend it would be all right with her as long as she didn't
know who the girl was.
Is this marriage worth saving? UP A CREEK
DEAR UP: It is, if you don't mind living with your
sister. Her suggestion of a girl friend would make a mock-
ery of your marriage. Unless she makes a serious effort to
change her attitude about marital relations, you'd be justi-
fied in setting her free to find a man who shares her
feelings, while you find a woman who shares yours.
DEAR ABBY: I read the article about the 31-year-old
married man who still wets the bed, and I sure felt sorry
for him because I'm 15 now, and I used to do the same
thing until two years ago. Then my parents sent for some-
thing they saw advertised in a Sears catalog. It's like a
rubber bed sheet with a buzzer connected to it. I'd sleep on
that, and the minute it started to get wet, the buzzer would
go off, then I'd wake up and go to the bathroom.
At first I had to change the bed sheets, but after a
while, the buzzer seemed to wake me up in time to stay
dry all night.
I hope you print this, but please don't sign my name or
everybody in Worthington, Minn., will tease me. Just sign
it .... "HOW DRY I AM"
DEAR DRY: Trust me: You're nice to want to share
your solution with others.
DEAR ABBY: On Christmas Day a relative with whom
I had been on the outs for four years telephoned me and
said, "There is no sense to our being mad at each other for
the rest of our lives. Let's be friends again!"
I wept. He later told me that he had been inspired to
call me when he read in your column, "Call up an enemy
today and bury the hatchet"
Thanks a million, Abby. DE EPl'ANA
DEAR DE: De nada!


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


It's profitable.


CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE


You and the Commerce.

Together we're both stronger.


ISLAND MOVE
TO SECEDE
FROM GRENADA
ST. GOERGE'S, GRENADA
(AP) Premier Eric Gairy said
Tuesday that the island of
Carriacou, a piece of land not
recorded on most maps,
wanted to secede once
independence comes to
Grenada in two days.
Gairy made the information
available in an informal
interview during a
pre-independence reception
held for 300 members of the
diplomatic corps, British naval
officers and Grenada officials
at Government House.
Grenada was also bogged
down in a domestic dispute in
St. George's. The island of
Carricou, just to the north of
Grenada, was apparently part
of the internal feud.
Details of the small island's
difficulty were still not
available, however.
in reaction to his own
remark, Gairy said
"The island is not going to
get serious resistance from me.
But I want to be sure that the
majority of the people (6,000)
in Carriacou want to part,"
from Grenada.
He did not elaborate.
While Gairy talked of
Carriacou, Grenada braced for
peace or trouble with
Independence so near. A
210-year political relationship
with England was scheduled to
end Thursday


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LIBBYS 303
MIXED VEGETABLES
LIBBYS 303
FRENCH STYLE BEANS
LIBBYS 46 oz
ORANGE JUICE .8
LIBBYS
SLICED BEETS 3/.9
CITADEL 12oz
CORNED BEEF 1.1
YORK 9oz
PEANUT BUTTER .(
MILO 6 oz 1.3
SMA 16oz
POWDERED MILK 1.!
HEINZ
CATCHUP 20 oz .(
CANA 4 EARS
CORN ON COB .8
DAYTIME TAPE
PAMPERS 3's 2.:


MEAT SPECIALS K
U.S. CHOICE: GROUND CHUCK
SIRLOIN STEAK 2.59 LB FRESH MUTTON
SHORT RIBS 1.29 LB Z. LAMB CHO
SHOULDER CHOP
TOP ROUND STEAK 2.29 LB PIGS FEET
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST 2.59 LB GLADSTONE FARMS
CHICKEN QUART
PORTERHOUSE STEAK 2.75 LB ncc F I : nn


DAIRY
GOLDEN ISLES
MILK 1/2 GAL


NEW ZEALAND
BUTTER 1/2 LB
FAMILY FARE 1/2 GAL
ORANGE JUICE


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SUNNY DELIGHT
ORANGE DRINK 1/2 GAL 1.0
FRZEN FOOD


BIRDSEYE 12oz
ORANGE JUICE
BIRDSEYE 10oz
BROCCOLI SPEARS
JENO'S 13-1/2oz
HAMBURGER PIZZA
PRODUCE


LEMONS


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Wednesday, February 6, 1974.


SECOND ANNIVERSARY
AT MARY STAR
THEt SI'O(ND anniversary
of the dedication and
consecration oft Manr Star of
the Sea Church will he
observe ed on Sundas I he
occasion will be Imarked :ith
the blessing ot the nm'w!'
installed Staions o the (ic .ros
at the S: '0 a.min. Ma s
These Stations arc a .1 l to
the Parsih front % Mar\ and
William (olln o i iner
parsltioneirs from Dit JI -o
Ml higan Simpi' m dI'n i g. igiP
nIew S lt.1io ade ) btirn
hira iii :L" i ithi 'the ithe
b r ,' e a nt d bi a s' ,
tii nii s!!i ent s ifi the i'hurch.















IliON T11ON
=E BRUARY I1 J


Hotel

industry

course
iTH BAHtAMAS Hotel
Training School in
,,ll.i ..r i ,.1 with the Florida
International University, has
announced plans for a six-week
stnimmer course on the hotel
industry. Participants in the
,our.ec will be drawn from the
Bahamas and other Caribbean
countries.
Mt Stephen Blundell,
director of the Bahamas Hotel
Training School said classes
wdll run trom June 17 to July

Subject to be covered will
include food and beverage
control hotel accountant';
quality control in food
purchasing advance course in
table service. v. i '. ldi.,r of
on-the-ohb training and hotel
financial data as a tool of
management and executive
leadership
Mr Blundell said letters have
been despatched to the
Caribbean otelo Association,
other tourist ,,- i,.,ii .rI, and
government ministries inviting
them to send participants to
the summer classes. Provisions
are being made for a total
enrollment of 200 students.

Lecturers from the Florida
International .University will
include Dean Gerald Lattin.
l)r William Morgan and
Professor Charles llvento.


I m l tllmel i ath0 t- .,n i ijl lnd H i storical

S, rD tv j ;is "a f~ce vie w, of Nassau

r!:.i, -i.U-d +- > :f ; -*.gc iPsdil cte Ji Ca easilv



P 3 .1 t'-,.0 t t0 0 .

0-L ROERTS at
231 7 or 23178


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$80,000 UP IN SMOKE! ... And a good thing, too, says Mrs. Marguerite Pindling as
she sets fire to the mortgage papers for the Children's Emergency Hostel. The Prime
Minister's wife spoke at the Nassau Kiwanis Club dinner Saturday night celebrating the
retirement of the mortgage on the $80,000 home, representing funds raised by
Kiwanians. Shown in top photo (from left) are Mr. Bob Slatter, Kiwanis President; Mrs.
Pindling; Mrs. Cleveland Eneas, and Mr. Cadwell Armbrister, M.P. Bottom left, with Mrs.
Pindling, are Mr. Erroll Leach, Kiwanis Public Relations Director; Mr. Slatter, and the
immediate Past President, Mr. Willis Russell.


Parish

to be


divided

THE AN';L.I \N parish of
St. Mary the Virgin is to be
divided into two parishes it was
announced today from
Addington House.
The division became
effective February 1 and will
provide for a separate parish of
St. Mary the Virgin and Holy
Spirit
Holy Spirit was founded by
Canon E. W. G. Holmesto serve
the people of Chippingham and
Boyd subdivision. The church
was dedicated on January 1.
1939.
Bishop Michael Eldon has
appointed the Rev Glendon
Brant to be priest-in-charge of
Holy Spirit church.
The rector of St. Mary tthe
Virgin will be appointed after
consultation with the vestry of
that parish. Meanwhile the
Bishop will assume the
r i, ,i-n hi li1t of the parish.

The provincial synod which
was to take place in Grenada
the last two weeks of JanuarS
has been postponed to March
and the venue will be in
Barbados, the church state-
ment said.

The Rt. Rev. Donald
Knowles will celebrate his
golden anniversary of ithe
priesthood on the Feast of the
Annunciation, March r25 at
Christ Church Cathedral.

The Lord Bishop of Nassau
and the Bahamas will
administer the sacrament of
confirmation on Sunday,
February 10 at 9 a.m. in Holy
Cross Parish Church, tighbury
Park.


Anniversary services


THlE t\l I I Women's
Association of Brethren
Assemblies will mark their
sixth anniversary with three
days of services this weekend.
At 8 p-m. Friday there will
be an evening of prayer at
Emmanuel Gospel Chapel on
Meadow and Augusta Streets.
From 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday w there will he
discussions, workshops and a


film showing at the -ast Street
Gospel Chapel.

At 3 p.m. on Sunday there
will he a ,hari s giing service at
Grace G;ospel Chapel under the
distinguished patronage of
Lady Caroline Butler, wife of
the G(overnor-General. Mrs.
Carlton Francis will preside
and women from various
churches will participate.


Officers of the Women of Mary Star (formerly Catholic Women's League) for 1974.
From left to right: Mavis Shepherd, Treasurer, Jeanne Hickey, Sunshine; Diane Sexton,
Vice-President; Sheila Crombleholme, Secretary; Ronetta Batson, President; Mary Anne
Snisky, Ways and Means; Jackie Parati, Membership. Missing from photograph, Betty
Mulholland, Social Hostess.
The next regular meeting of the Women of Mary Star wit! be on Wednesday, February
13, at 8 p.m. in the church meeting room. This will be a St. Valentine's Day affair and a
very special invitation is extended to the ladies of Freeport to be present at this meeting.
The Women of Mary Star are also arranging a Countr: Style Dinner Dance for
Saturday, February 23 and are hoping for a really good turn out of Freeporters.


BE CLEVER WITH YOUR CABBAGE


From Page 4
mushrooms.
Cook over high heat f r live
minutes then simmer, ,ovcred.
for another five ninlutt es A\dd
two teaspoons each I t so\
sauce and salt and ihal a
teaspoon of sugar.
White wine brings this
cabbage recipe to life Shred
half a head of cabbage and
cook it in a cup of water for
fi\e minutes D)rain. In a skillet.
heat three tablespoons olie
oil.
Add half a cup each iof


chopped unions and chipped
parsley. hall a green pepper
sliced, a hot pepper chopped
finely and cook until the
onions are Itansliiucnt
(Co'tmbine ,I ctup of toiiiitaI
sauce, halt a cup ot whitte wsine
and a tablcspioons ilut litgai
and add to the vegetables.
Bring the mixture to a bhil and
add the cabbage. Combine well
and cover the pan. Simmer
until the cabbage is tenide
adding a little iltcir now and
then to prevent sticking.
Or try a casserole dish with
cabbage. -inely chop .a large


head of cabbage and cook it in
boiling water until tender.
Drain and press out excess
water. Combine the cabbage
with a cup and half of medium
cream sauce and halt a cup of
Parmesan cheese.
Add a little salt and pepper
and some nutmeg. Turn the
mixture into a shallow baking
dish and cover the top with
buttered bread crumbs and a
quarter cup of Parmesan
cheese. Dot with butter and
hake at 350 degrees for 30
minutes or until the top is
lightly browned.


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


NOTICE



QUEEN'S COLLEGE

NASSAU

Applications are invited from qualified teachers for the
following appointments which become effective on the 1st
September, 1974:-

A. PRIMARY SCHOOL: Infant Teachers
Junior Teachers
B HIGH SCHOOL:

1) Heads of Department for: Chemistry; Physics; Social
Studies, Physical Education.

2) Assistant Teachers for the following subjects or
combinations of them: English, Mathematics, Remedial
Skills, Social Studies, History, French, Physics,
Chemistry, Music, and Technical Subjects.
The College provides opportunities to teach under
favourable conditions, using modern methods and techniques.
Further details regarding the appointments, salary scales,
allowances, etc., may be obtained from the Principal.
Applications by letter, giving full curriculum vitae, should
include the following information: Full details of Person;
Education and Training; Qualifications; Teaching Experience;
Present Appointment; Interests; Names and addresses of two
persons to whom reference can be made.
Applications should be addressed to The Principal, Queen's
College, P. O. Box N-7127, Nassau, arriving not later than the
25th February, 1974.


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rhe ribuur


Wife, mother of 3,& head




of her own




business


IF BA IHAI% \1Li \\ )\i1
show little int : -i ;i
Lib. it is ', Si '! :il -
-For l tcv i i ib m ,e n i.
have had !l in ,d
conditioning I I 'i;, ;i ,. ,!
Anmerican wvoin ii.
For e l.i i p
European andt \ .i-'I t'
are taught thal.t ..
have both ,
marriage, tl ai ''i ',,
aggressive ...
No suit ii. i
presented toli BI 1! ii'i, Joan
Adderley, \ite. i: ,,l
head of h it \
brokerage bhul'ii .
Jo an w a- "'i ; : ',
Mr & Mr,. I 0
Nassau : M ,i 4 i
beloved daitugnit
sister ) I i :,,
three sisters
As ai child I ..
she Was v t ,.:. ; '
garnes ol hler .i i ,
"one W ie b .,
mister.
"We git :iii liii
reininiseed "M\i iit : hiii ii ,
to always ssis 'sn 'hi"
A faster l the1 :, : .! i : '
when Joan was ,.\ -i 1idn !-.
was both imt lht .i i !o

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LAWN SERVICE
F -RTHt I "oil. !.
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1 !'i 1' t he premii aturetltI
'T 1 '' I.ibl nilt hotLusekeeping
lc'! :ith It d did nt not tall


\i was ,i Jo exposed itoi
'i iiI delineation of
1 J C ] itdirs i()r ordin g to
a.)(kv-!t i lh v lcit Ji7ll 0 th i
S* i ir po-.ike waimlyl ahobtl
S' "", ndi tuil" Iathler, the
i.i M i I () Mc(aitne\ who
-' c i::ft i ( istlom ss.
i .. t. he death of their
S'i I ,'I. .is iisu ii d the

S 'ild hier education
!John's ( olegeo
ti; t.'tuil l b\ .i loving
:' ;.'a ill she was far
ti : i:il ; i .da ted b the
S i i ,! trthool. In facit she
M m tiiid \,s a, dc il ati

I!i '. j : j. .lii io ed I ll(ist
h, ,i'! Mll Sc"t I aI school
l 'i il i -I'lish Artl t and
il l, -.
I . v.- lnei siubi e t she
*I vt ciin "ni. I he mistress
!\Ifi liliht his subject usedd
'.. !hi : k i.\ liiiuggety", Joan
:.id l!t ic her would cry
il ill \is'pel talt at the
:M 1ii- InI,'Mit lust "trl "You,
iii .11 !i t"ing plait, stand tipt

I1 i! s p 1,,aicd t be all water
'I j di k's lack. It obviously\
dke 1a dent in the
T. l :"- i : l
\ iol j ian admI ittied,
ihe P!Civ'Iten d tlhe comnpaniv fi
S i !: gi shi t e always liad a
''ill itiei nds
( pin living school Joan
s. i' t ',i work inl her uncles'
,, k, cia'' e firmi where
-li. %'. ed until .ili opened uip
hc 'i ',. li, iNll e'ss, in lecer bher.


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Matinee starts at 2:15 s I
Evening 8:30 Continuous Showings
"THE DESPERADOS" PG. from 3:00
Vince Edwards, Jack Palance '-F HE HOLLERS, LET
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"THE MIND OF Raymond St. Jacques
DR. SOAMES" PG. Barbara McNair
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Plus! "GEORGIA, GEORGIA"
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Again. Joan not only had
the full backing and
encouragement of her brothers.
She also had the
encouragement of her husband,
Albert Adderley, Sales Manager
at 7.N.S.
Joan's story is not one of a
woman struggling to make a
success over the objections of
her family and husband.
On the contrary "my
husband has been behind me
for years (to branch out on her
own)... He is behind me
100,%"'.
In a line of business in which
she comes into direct contact
with many men Joan could not
think of a single difficulty
arising out of the fact that she
was a woman.


tHer business necessitates
employing truck drivers to
whom it appears to make no
difference to work for a
wom an.
Joan said, in connection
with her truck drivers, "they
want to work. I don't have any
real problems with them."
I lihe Adderleys have three
children: Albert Vaughn, aged
8, Antonio Donald (5) and
Joan Renee (21).
Most of her spare time is
reserved for her, husband,
children and home. Joan said.
"I don't really believe in this
Women's Lib", said Joan, who
appreciates the traditional role
of the man supporting his
family, opining doors and
buying roses for the gentler
sex.
Why should she "really
believe in Women's Lib."?
After all, Joan has the best
of both worlds so why should
she buck it'
Born and raised in the
security of love and acceptance
Joan probably gives as much as
she receives.

The annual Heart Ball. a
major fund raising event for
the Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamas) Heart Foundation,
has a reputation of being the
best attended and most "fun"
Ball of the year.
This year's Heart Ball will be
held on February 16


always the Saturday closest to
Valentine's Day in the
Crown Ballroom of the Loews
Paradise Island Hotel under
the distinguished patronage of
His Excellency the
Governor-General and Lady
Butler, the Prime Minister and
Mrs. Pindling and His
Excellency the American
Ambassador and Mrs Spiers.
The New York Times
described Nassau's Hleart Ball
as "one of the best run Charity
Balls on the International
scene.
This just doesn't happen. it
is made to happen by a
Women's Committe,
Part of their success formal
is to cut to the bar tininiunu
the inessentials for fun and
exclusion of anything that
would bore the patrons and
slow down the evening.
For those who have never
attended this hit Ball a
gourmet dinner with wine is
served and dancing is to the
incomparable music of the
Meyer Davis orchestra. The
master himself attends.
Interspersed in the evening's
activities is the announcement
of the Golden Heart Award
winner (last year's winner was
Dr. Leonard C. Huggins), and
the drawing of the luxuriouslys
prized room raffle that is
reason enough in itself tIo
attending.
Heading the list oi mitt le
prizes again is the beault ilt
Harry Winston heart-shapied
Diamond Broach xcilusivels
designed by Mr. Winstion it1!
the Heart Foundation.
This year there will be one
specially added attraction, the
appearance of one of the
Bah amas' fa vo u rit
entertainers. Blind Blake and
his trio, to entertain during
dinner
The colour scheme io the
decor for the Ball will he thc
blue and gold of the Bahalinin
flag appropriate for the first
Heart Ball in ani Indcpendcnt
Bahamrns.
Decorating the Crown
Ballroom of the lIoews
Paradise Island Hotel and the
50 individual table decorations
takes the better part of three
days and the combined creative
abilities and labour to ever one
of the Women's ('omn ittee.
Lady Sassoon is (Chairman
and Mrs. Lloyd Champion is
Vice-Chairman io the Heart
Ball.
Other committee memberssnhn
are: Mrs. Cleophas Adderley.
Mrs. R. Ernest Barnes, Mrs. M.
Oakley Bidwell, Mrs. John
Boone, Mrs. Jesse Boynton.
Mrs. Gerald Cash. Mrs. Martin
Chese, Mrs. David Clarke. Mrs.
Leslie Cropper. Mrs. Edwin
Deal, Mrs. William
Diffenderfer. Mrs. Andrew
Esfakis. Mrs. Philip Farrington,
Mrs. John Gallaway, Mrs. Max
Gurney, Miss Mary A.
Kelley. Mrs. Edward Reed
Laughlin Jr., Mrs. Julian
Maynard, Mrs. Clyde Minard,
Mrs. Benson McDermott. Mrs.
Kate Seller, Mrs. Ralph
Seligman, Mrs. George W.
Smith, Mrs. John Smith. Mrs.
Frederic Soldwedel. Mrs.
Andrew Trickhak, Mrs. Charles




event as the catalyst for a
Bahamain vacation. Quite a
number of guests this year are
expected from New York,
Washington D.C.. Dallas, Miami
and Palm Beach.
Last year comedienne Phillis
Diller and her husband Warde
Donovan and movie actor
Robert Mitchum and his wife
were among Lady Sassoon's


...by Daphne Wallace-Whitfield


guests at the Ball.
Ihis car shle has announced
that Efrem Zimbalist, Jr,, star
oi the I B.I. series on
television 1iiil he ,il ., lhi, the
Ball with hts "m, ie
The tenth Annual Hleart Ball
will also mark t he ten th
conseculltli Jipearanct t of the
internal IlinilhsU oriimhstra
leader Meyer Davis sith hi;
c1.i'-brated'ii chestra.
imr itedriatle attl the Ball
the %k ifi .'" ( ominlltt e start
planning the 1 lh Annual
Heart Ball Iheruary 15th
1975!

THE RU \IIL tor the
Bahamas liiuani.e i'ciety is
now in tuii 5 i:e and will
continue tthioiiieh it the
month of Iebhiuary.
There are Isonie !i\sel pr/e-
for the luck\ winniel ,.
First prize he a hbcautitul
new Dodge A\ eilger Idolnated
by Mr & Mrs. Treolr Kelli).
Second prize will be Itwo routtnd
trip tickets to lu xemlol1iirgi
(donated bt Inlternational AXI
Bahama i 1 bird iprile
Wriilp.,. I W ashinii Ml hiine
( d ona t e d b i M as te
Technicians, tuiurth p'l:e twiss
round trip tickets rt Jamaica
(donated hb Air Jai a .i ii. t titii
prie $200 grocer r i *'till.et,
(donated by Slprci V'eluC)
Sixth. seventh. chiiihi and
ninth pries re ia isatollne
powered lawn mower I di'Liaied
by AI. D. Ltd.i. a (, l.o sterc
Oven donated bNy (ico irce
Jones & (o, i a deluxe
Iransisto! Radio i diitlheitd!
Taylor indusirnes Itd.) and ai
Sunbei am Ii lih! SpieeCi :..i ... i
(don'il e l I \ \aur I Lui erC
(4)).
I ick ts aHCie ,it kn1 ilL.ii




needy a1ni ialsi ot the lul iiin i
Sotictt at the s ame t lile
Itie drawing is to le i hcild .i
the Ca( and Fiddle iU Ma:cli
5th.

I he Xnin ial Auctio n i .i
of tilhe 11' il. Retarded \.;ii
t.ke place .i ( ,.' .ern lliiiti
House 'on S iturdi.\ ebIrulii L
23rd Itum i 0 .4 1 am.
February 21st .and 22nd
from 10 a.m. to L' p.m all the
goodies will be on: display to
enable would-ib bid 1l:r, 1,
have a preview
* *:; *
In Nassa,. it )r a long it. i
Laurette Pizer. \ ciiii.al
N o velist poe'. ih>,o t ', ,
writer, anthi'l,'i .1 and l\ri,
song writer.
I aurCtte liais been: .
do.1n fruim N\\ I k .
\.issau regu rl i \i ti
six \ears





livi itiv eis iliriiie .,
She ars i l thei. i .;j il : i l.
and pl ans.' thle i
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lear i .I .the l bdi h.ie l li
Carnbbhan.
The ide ior'the al, Q
"Th.i, A" ddre.11 A
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EARLY ON THE JOB are these two junior members of the Bahamas Humane Society,
Donna Brogden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brogden and David Bain, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney Bain. They are seen selling a ticket to the Hon. Anthony Roberts,
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries.


VINCENT L. COLEBY -
masters in Business
Administration.

pui li.shci d ; I nghi d m i 1 6
b i I he l.:: ga:;h Press and also
disrinbuted in anati
1 jui:c. hha.i, published


States n. li l loed lNirt story
oialni 5 t d. h it, insOiL es itcd

.iant ol ',, n the Lonited
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Ilk "i!: and n, .sd tllad, ti
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( gospel
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the leading publishers in the
\iTre .ri.n sIini muic t i tsiyL i hive
A. h-kcdi i to find them
h- liiullan talent and songa thlat
,he thinks Lan make it in the
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RETTEP.. t t t
LAURETTE PIZER, writer, in town for long stay.


FOR SALE

Opportunity to purchase established
RETAIL-BUSINESS with prime Bay Street

lease. Business sold at net Asset value.
EnquiFies: Servac International Ltd.
IP. O. Box N-88,
Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE E is hereby given that WINSOME MARIE
SAIRSINGH of Johnson Road, New Providence, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, fo 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 6th day of Febhuary 1974 to The Minister
responsible foi Nationalty and Citizenship, P. O. Box
N7147. Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is !h-.i y re vn ii that MERLENE BEATRIC
FORBES of Enhit Mle Rock, G rand Bahama is applying to
the i iniister isespon !ible oi Nationality and Citizenship, foi
Cogistiation ,o t. ti'tii *, The Bahamas, and that any
peir-oid who I i-niie. v siiiason why registration should not
be giraiitec should end a w rtten and signed statement of
the ifats with itwe:;t\-,s ght days from the 30th day of
Janiaeiv 1974 to Thie Minister responsible for Nationality
anid Cibilenship P Bor N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE i- hleiby given that ANITA FRANCIS of P.O.
Box N-7776, The Cottages, Lvford Cay, New Providence,
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citi/enshi p for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamras. ad that any person who knows any reason
why reqisti nation should not be granted should send a
w itten and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eght days from the .-: 'l day of January, o974 to
The Minster iespoinsble for Nationality and Cit zenship
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.






NOTICE

NOTICE is hti'ieby given that RODNEY WALTER FORBES
of Eight Mile Rock, GCand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
per son 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 30th day of
January 1974 to The Mn:ster responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ALFRED ASTON
SAIRSINGH of Johnson Road, New Providence, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 6th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O. Box


JOAN ADDERLEY
wife, mother and business woman


LADY SASSOON, chairman of the Heart Ball, admires
the Harry Winston heart-shaped brooch won by Mrs.
Charles Vaughan-Johnson at last year's Heart Ball. Mr.
Winston has once again donated the exclusively designed
diamond brooch for the room raffle at the February 16
event.


SN7147, Nassau.


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Wednesday. February 6. 1974.


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


REAL ESTATE


II


C13321
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD
of
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Catre
a+ 27667 or ,2481.
Frank .Carer,
Real Estate
Box N470.1
Bay & De,,eaud bt,,

C13453
720 ft beachfront property
Tarpumr Bay Eleuther a Price
$50,000 00
Lot suitable 'or house o0
apartment Bamboo Town Low
cash prnce or eas. terms
A lot on Robinso' Road. Puce
$2,400 00
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
2 3921.

C13427
A commercial i.t or
Thompson Avenue Stapledon
Gardens with large buildings upi
to belt Sope ial p iJe
$13.000 00
A residetial lot i'ii oxda!e
Subdiviso". PricLe $3,000.00
A duplex lot Blair I state
$6,700 00
A choie residential lot
Glengarnff Gardens $8.200 00
A corner lot i South BeadL
Estate. Terrn available F o,
information ,a-i Bill'3 11 l
Estate 23924

C1343u
MODERN 3 nedroc" 2 btatn
home. '' j 'i ir shed
comn'ortable iri'i',g oo .
dining ioom- anid den. flood 11'
patlo. spacious gardcr, with
fruit !rees $45,000 o' neares'
offer. Brooklyn Averte.
Village Road. Phone ddvtim0
5-3811 Nights 3 1471

C13435
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house $2.000.00 dowr
Balance in 15 years Phonr
34471 after 6 p.rn

C13445
BARGAINSFOPR '74
Extremely large house .vrt t
bedrooms 5 baths u-tf.r r'sh d.
with 100 ft of SANiUD
BEACH Out West Purchjsed
for $200,000 00 now u'"l-.rq
for $75,000.00 NI T N-iT est
Buy for '74 Gorgeou-s ew .
AN ESTATE Lai-'
Cunningham. ,Most pit' ei'
views of the lake Has five
bedrooms 4 baths load ,d f
closet space, ca peted.
extremely large Pla\ Rouno
45.000 gallon swirmm' n- i L
Finished in good taste Du,.,
with 155 ft .... LAKI
FRONTAGE E r s)
grounds, fruited. i noto'e 'oi
3 cars. See anyttr"te hjv
the key
Unoccupied.
1 5 ACRES R E
CARMICHAEL 0OA ;
$6,600.00 per a "cr ,d-- i '
farming
10 ACRES BAPCAn .'..
$6,600 00
FOR TH- PES
WITH TF P.i ST
DIAL DAMIA'1 ,
DAMIANUS
REALTY CO LT
22033. 22305 .
Nite 4 1
C13376
DAVSOr'S RF4 Ali -''
CO LT';
Certified Real s'P .
Phones 21 7e '-
P 0 Box 4 .
Nassau, Bahfmr.
Proudly pr.,,
SMASHING P, L
ESTATE BARGA!.'
THROUGHOUT T>
COMM.ONVvWE L '
2, 3 aid 4 5i :j ". i)"
HOUSES ,' th- ,', q
areas
EAST RN RO')
on the Wrtei'' as .sJ,
on the hlls
SAN SOU'C i
BLAIR ESTATE S
GLENISTON G(AR'it N,
WINTON
THE GROVE (West Ba,
SKYLINE HEIGH15
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLD N GATI S
HIGHLAND PARK


PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
C O N D O M I N U
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STRE ET
WEST BAY STREET


HOTELS and HOTEL L SII S,
BEACH LOTS, COMMERCE.
IAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
AC R E AGE OR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas

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REAL ESTATE


C 13422
2 two sto ey b ildinrgs or!
Wulff Road opposite Biahanrll
Lumber
1 wo stc re' hLiiiding oil
Soldier Road opposite
rechn'it 11 T i.' n, g CollerIet
Pht-one 42. 81


C 13-145t.
L OT to: s.le 10U i 100 with
two e'te,' ihi.uses jiiinr tonr
Roano wi, 't o' Laroil' f ood
Stote Phr.- v.5 it ater / 00


Il 70


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2 t' L) 5- 0O;. % 1 hath





UN F JRNiNHI U 4 0ec1or1,
H at h oom,' ) a l ;o. dlition'c l
house Shlulies P.iIk A .c')i(e,
$4 .i00 Ph.o4 3O427
-82 3

C 1348-'
A WELL ati, ed 2 1 acre traitt
S a'r'c! uIti)tle f or school; ,
r liege, hospital or large
h uo'ng development with an
jiI.,v exlstirf q ii ) 000 s q ft
S', 1 -I (1 i g ig d e ,a i f o r

it tt k iI f17 7da
tratr ir of it I
*'6n6 'qght'

S:34 72
MAGNIFIC L''NT rope ty '.pe
,ale-, Lo' 3, [i1.Lk 26. U it 1
-' the Gia-' ieri RescLbdivisior(,
i Rq t, tt ,at of Fieepotr
:-*' th'. ,3lj J .'L C ~i ',(c Baihliniji

iir Steel
Pn tf !t, S t 3, 5 .P
B. E () R 0 0% 1 s, t I t i. h A o je,



BE ROOM, toi bath hou.ris-
,.p% 'h ou nd carport for
ai I,' i --I C aill .i t 7'
,' tw,'-' ') a r" 5 n -a


WANTS TO RENT

SAN L t rt e
l' ANft d j t.. r -..i; ,w e t






3 BieL 4 be fith AniJhed
1 i d vith [tt f i 1a or f rmeil
n ni u ,. har rise i .
$td'') T.')hont' 7210 home,


SFOR RENT
S 3 ,3
3 i3 DRPOOM 2 hith for ''nhed





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$42 .1pe r '( *[, 4 V, ,, ,, i

Oil ., +, / () i

c i p 'iRC'O .' 3.-1 ,' i ,.




'J. 03404
A! R t 0 U 1 T i O r fU ,r,
S ..iir i r ,i '.; .* d ' ir )'


jr2 t ei d Ar ,, i g, i ,- ,(j
af I 1 ,1 per nt h for a,, '!

, 3''444
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Anr n)r,', to 08 33 fior' 1 o?(i
rt/ ; One ft fr eell m p J.r st $,1 50
L(i si ft tiliti ii ,.ie i I



$m o t ;", pei rinth for ari

Office space available as laftg
is 3,00 sq ft i t $3.0r pi sq.
ft One motr'th free reni t


OFFICE SPACE.
t-nfu shed $$40 00 pei

Office spate 868 sql ft
$300.00 per s $orpth
in rtt
Olie sac 88 sq f


APARTMENTS OUT EAST
1 & 2 Bedrooms, fully
furnished 0o partially fuirnshed
from $200 00 per morith

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS WALKING
DISTANCE FROM TOWN
Fully furnished arid air
conditioned $250 00 per
month
All erim l tes ol, thel above
should be directed to:
BERT L. ROBERTS
LIMITED
23177 or 23178


FOR RENT


C i 3388
COT AGES arid apartment,
dailv, weekly or monthly
aiiiconditioned, fully furnished.
maid service available. Lovel,
qai den and swimming pool
Towlphone 312907, 31093.
S13-1,18
tIREEL BE DROOM upstairs
apjrt rn t Suitable for large
tamhl Mount Royal Avenue,
Sh1lrle Heilqhts. Call Mrs
Nottaqe c o 21338.

C 13430
AT I RAC TIVELY flurn:shed
one bedtci Oc 0 ar fttment
arir onclitionred, 'ully iaorpeted,
T V ajiterinn autoru, it'i
'S ht' and cdiv'ei $2."00 0
Pho. b 3bl2


c 1 34 /-/
OPPOSITtE Scottish ShOp.
Chai otte Stieet Ideal tori I ,,
or office, large park i
Ir, ediate occupancy. 414 /{

CARS FOR SALE
L 1 33-
L ACK C HEI V ROLE T
C APR IC E n e i. eilen'
i.' I -t Ir I Knowles. Teo.
134.


tNt OL "J L o 'rt, 'rtal
'if. r L od sh-~r
8 tape, pois



4 73 POTAC irebo p 8

I'! k' ifrj- $ti)600 P onire


13480
11173 PONTIAC IFirebird. 8
-nontthi old. Petfei t rconditit i.
Altomrati, ,p power steering and
)i-ak''- i aktoly airconditiof ed
Sterii., tpir pu ver built into
d Rallv sports wheels.
!UedLl~I .' l :'h!',, );i\. oiiui w ith

Phone 2 -4oq8 da ftimr'n or
4 2524 'mishts
(. 134, 7)1
19rI Rolls Royce $9500.
PhL'- r) 74295.

C 134 74
1960 CADILLAC C'"oer tible
white, all equipped minus
AC Best offer. 41476.

C13477
1972 CHI-VY Van G-30 series.
Low mileaqc 350 V8 2 barrel.
Good c o ld i ,'Ii, licensed for
1974. Priced for quick sale.
$3600.00. Telephone 55556.

PETS FOR SALE

ONLY TWO F1 1 Putebred1
German Shf'p I erd L(I ppies,
$100 00 W''"med. 9 weeks
Phone 5 2'b,0 .!frter 5 rn.

S 13324
K(J D ogcs -,Ii,,r ec Gua' d Dogs
Ifor Business Priotetf ion.
K-9 Pi, lice Doqs for
ci; .deidual Pi,)tei t.:i, Satisfac-
tion Guaranteed. Fr anchise
information .va.iilble Call
(813) 722-66/8
C 13465
DACHSHUND PUPIPIS
weeks old. Telephone 4 1485.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C13437
HARRY D. MALON[ will sel'
at the Suithter' ice Station,
Market Street ,r, Thuirsday,
I eb uary 7th 1 /'4 ,t 10 a itr
BIC Y CLE, M10 TOR
SCOOTERS, AND OTHER
l FOUND PROPERTY.
HARRY [D MALONE
PUBLIC AUCTIONFFR

FOR SALE I
C13413
ONE GAS STOVE Call
5 8803

C 13485
PATIO SALE
Adults' arnd Children's
Clothing.
"Russell's", Willian Street off
Shirley Street.


MARINE SUPPLIES

1969 3rft. ,lS CLRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, pr ivat?
shower, two 230 h.p. engine,
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C 13412
GOOD outboard motor wanted
40 h.p or greater. Call Mr.
O'Brien Seafloor Aquaruim
36896.


I 1J452


I I


I HELP WANTED


I I


,13381
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising yacht
Phone 3-2371.

C 13410
37' TWIN DIESEL Sport
F fisherman. A-i Condition.
Very low hours. Ideal for
chapter ,r,. -, Duty Paid. See
Dockmastet, Hurricane Hole
mjr r Inj.


C 1344 7
28 ft. fibreglass cruiser,
L excellent condition Sleeps .,
p vate head, stove, cooler,
-i-ik. 2 new 225 h.p.
- 1'-,.; ie i Ml marine Engines, twino
co trolls, ship to shore radio.
Idjeal for fishing. $12,000 or
nejaest offer. Telephone
058 days 3-2163 nights.

Sl13457
28' BERTRAM flybridqe
cruiser A-one condition, fully
equipped. Days 77766 evenings
777764

{1341.8
23' ANACAPRI 160
ercur r v C r u i ser ,
Ship to-Shore. In Excellent
C condition. $5,500 Phone
3 -14527 2-3293

DINING GUIDE

C13179
F and S TAKEAWA'
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
Serving all native dishes
Phone 24911
C13488
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumiont Arcade, Bay Street
TOMORROW'S SPECIAL
* Lma Bean Soup
* Steam Turtle

zzOT z
C 1 34 58
WILL the person who left
MINI MINOR 1275 on East
Shirley for repairs please claim
it ir 28 days or it will be sold
to ( over cost.
STEPHEN SAUNDERS.

C13478
GOODS LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD.
NASSAU BICYCLE
COMPANY LIMITED.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C13374
BOOK AND PENCIL CENTRE
Market Street south
School. Artist and Stationery
Supplies
Phone 5-2011.

SCHOOLS

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

C 13424
ENROL NOW AT THE
NASSAU ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS IN THE
FOLLOWING CLASSES;
TYPING WITH SPELLING
SHORTHAND
BOOKKEEPING
SWITCHBOARD
FRONT DESK CASHIER
NIGHT AUDITING
TELEX OPERATION
ENGLISH
MATHEMATICS
FILING
FRENCH
GE RMAN
SPANISH
DICTAPHONE TYPIST
CALL TiHE NASSAU
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS
TODAY AND JOIN ANY OF
THE ABOVE CLASSES
PHONE 2-4993 (Located at
Shirley St opposite Collins
Avenue)

HELP WANTED
C13421
INTERIOR DESIGNER -
College grad minimum 10
years on job experience with
professional interior/archi
tectural design firm
Competent in residential,
Hotel/club and office design.
To assume full responsibility
for client contact, contract
development, design
programme and eecutionr
Send resume to House &
Garden Ltd.. P. O Box N7776,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C13455
ST. MATTHEWS PARISH
SCHOOL require for two
months fully quirhfed t'-ahers
for B.J.C., Maths General
Science. Health Science and
Biology. Phone Headmaster
22198.


4 '% C! I


HELP WANTED


C13431
EXPERIENCED handyman
gardener driver with car
required for Love Beach Clubs
Limited. Telephone 7-8421/2.


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

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.

C13446
SPORTSFISHERMAN boat
captain. Must have 5 years
experience with diesel engines.
Permanent position. Give full
information: Worldoil, P. 0
Box N7776, Nassau.
C 13464
LEGAL or otherwise fully
qualified secretary required for
position with law firm.
Shorthand required. For details
enquire telephone 2-2511.


HELP WANTED


S- I I nn L wiv


L BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIESS_
C6661
Well established beauty salon
with good following In high
traffic area looking for buyer
at sacrifice price.
For further particulars write
to: P. 0. Box F-190, Freeport.



HELP WANTED

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 have
previous experience in similar
jobs in oil refineries or
chemical plants. F or
information please apply in
writing to: PETROCHEMICAL
I.I. CO., P. 0. Box F-343,
Freeport, G.B.

C6668
AUTOMOTIVE &
INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBU-
TORS, LTD. requires:
1) Two (2) Partsmen with at
least three years experience.
2) Position vacant for Female
with high school educ.iton, she
must be able to type accurately
and file, we prefer someone
with knowledge of KIrdexx
(Stock Contro' ) but are
willing to train one interested
to learn.
Interested persons write to: P.
0. Box F-408, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


C13461
ABLE bodied men with
experience in erecting steel
buildings. Apply in person
only: International Supply Co.
Ltd., East Shirley Street.

C 13483
MALE Bahamian labourer
wanted $8.00 per day. Tel.
24854.

C 13466
HANDYMAN to help with
house-work, etc. $35.00
weekly. Phone 5-3605.

C13476
FEMALE junior bookkeeper
required. Must be able to type
and have the ability to work on
her own initiative after initial
satisfactory period. Apply in
writing only giving names of
two referees to 'Accounting
Supervisor', New Providence
Leasing Limited, P. 0. Box
N-3920, Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

C 13390
T.V ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9402
WORLD OR MUSIC,
Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place


C13451


REAL ESTATE

There is no need to continue paying the landlord
i now you can buy a three or four bedroom,
two-bath house for a low down payment of
$2,000 and monthly instalments that you can
easily afford. For information call Jacqueline
Comarcho at 4-2827.








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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
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

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
2-8896


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
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-401 1

RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-471 1
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
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OSS 27. And not
1I Language 28. Flower wreath
7. Counterfeit 29 Unwritten
12. Stewing 30. Catchword
vegetables 31. Roadbook
13. Soft tawed 32. Cupid's title
leather 33. Absolute
14. Fool 34. Count
15 Spotted 36. Soldier
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17. Farm building decoration
18. Countenance 39. Dialect
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5. Make amend


Par time 24 min. AP Newsfootures 1

Rupert and the


The chums offer to share their holly with
Rupert, but he decides to stay behind and
pick himself a bunch Hardly have his chums
gone when he hears the patter of feet and
glances round to see two tiny people hurrying
towards hmm. Why, you re the Gomnies,
aren't you ?7" he exclaims. I--I mean, the


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
ONE hand. or rather one bid.
spelt the difference between vic-
tory and defeat in the recent
star-studded Don Pep. Mela
tournament in Marbela.
You sit South at love all with:
*AKQ7 :AK965 ',J42 48
South West North East
1 Pass 3' 4NT
East's 4NT proclaims a two.
suiter in the minors. What
action do you take ?
Omar Sharif doubled, and
when Rixi Markus, East, bid 54,
he doubled again.
In the other room, Joel Tarlo,
playing with Nica Gardener, bid
S". Yallouze. East, bid 64 and
now Tarlo doubled.
Have you made your own bid ?
Then look at the deal in full
North
S9 5 33
Q 10 8t 4 2
3
4 A 7 6 5
West East
J 108642 4 -
J73
6 5 AKQ 1087
4 3 2 K Q J 10 9 4
South
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bids 64, allowing partner, who is
marked with an ace, to gauge
the diamond position. Now hie
knlws whether or not there is a
slain.
This is admirable if opponents
Dromise to keep quiet. Since.
however East has advertised a
wild frr.ik. I don't expect hii
to submiiit iimeekly, so sitting
South. I bid 6: *. whether or rnot
I can make It. Let them guess
The slam was worth more t an
Stie overtr:ck :nid Sh.b -if' te.ni
beat the Brit 'ii by 'a short h[ad


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7. One of the
Dwarfs
8. Leather flask
Is 9. Leadership
10. Western Indian
11. Gloomy
- 17. Kitchen
wrapping
- 18. Movie -
19. Name for
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20. Newspaper
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Nutwood Gnomes." Call us what you likeI "
shouts one of the little men. We found some
of this Jolly Holly over there. You shouldn't
have thrown it away." 'But I didn't!! cries
Rupert, not yet realising that the other
Gomnie is dabbing paint on his boots.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


White mates in two moves.
against any defence Bettmani White has a crushing
material advantage, but the
obvious choices like 1 Q-B2 ch
or 1 R-B5 ch fail to force mate
in two.
Par times: 30 seconds, problem
master: 2 minutes. problem
expert: 5 minutes. good: 10
minutes. average: 20 minutes.
novice.


Chess Solution
1 KI -P 'threat 2 Kt-Kt7,.
It I . P Kt: 2 Q-KB2. or if
P B: 2 Kt-Kt7. or i/ P-Q3: 2
R KIT. or if P--Q4: 2 Kt--Q


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,l e______riinurt


Bucs

snatch

first

win
lH i It( ('.C \l i RS
sn1atched their first victory olt
the season ion Saltuday when
the\ defeated Baillou by 18 7
in whalt iuicned ouit io be ian
t-iio\able hut I rappk gdiame ol
Pr;gh punt uaied by
oulbtirsls ot temper
HBuI cancer, were lirst to
score when alert playing bi
Banks resulted in his
sapitalising on a mistake by the
s rum halt and lit fIuill back.
Rutlei converted the tr\ and
this sparked .o1 som.e e\ iiilll
pla,> b\ the Bjll iin i.or wards
and the Bu ,iajer baci ks
I cinpec, began to0 iare and
it was nol, in hetIore the
BHaiii'io f'i halt -sthur .
convtericitl n p'lialti to mnJke
tlthe s ore ,%
This wajs ihe tore .is the
half tiune uwh le blet ending
i rugged first hadf
.\ the sitnd h half cEa! the
hail was- teldt i !!h 1 h3a iluore
et!icientl andd Dl)er streaked
avia l or their Blucandicers
scii ond tr\ . rs- ng an
ilnprCessive Itro points ButlIer
n!iic the conversion. hbt the
lead had sirel.hed to 10-3l
\ bur i ledi the rtunningI
attack lf or HB iiillou wlils- t
IfIollldai\ at I:i!l back pr\.\ed it
hb a very consistent atnd
reliable defender displk ing
competent tack lig,
Ihe gat e .ontiilinued tr beh
itintid i\ with piae crs t! li, kin
and kmkine i;imt tead oI rnlill
and i I the aill
Ihe Hitc.Baniers iori"ards
i'gLii i hre.ltnii g inci again~
anld I lthe e il s- c'd inl
the L coane 'tC. mu' h d1 pute
I he tr a i. e i iteI r an inltid
n: hen \ lithe Huccanllc r's
ftrunt ~~i pui hed the Haillou
pa k bi k
Il1h r- 'erc dtie ded lthi t
B ua:;ei plter tcell in the
hall as I cr,,ssed the try line
1 he gt.nie began to open lip
, lig h t Jn d \i ,| ,I ,
"lenltiai went over the line
lor hits st- t-r\
Ihe But cancers closId the
iiii through a lumbering
Joh.' Stith whoi whipped this
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Darkness saves Aces


AQUINAS College senior girls in
defence of their first place tie against
third place St. John's College found
themselves on the tail end of a 26 15 lead
after two and a half quarters when
darkness set in and suspended the game.
Meanwhile, victories bh defending
champs St. kugustine's College and
Government High School have both
teams notched for first place in the senior
girls division of the Inter scholastic
basketball series until a decision has been
nade on the St. John'siAquinas game,
Last week I htirsday. t government High
behind the 34-point performance of Flora
Mackey clipped St Augustine's College
three-year winning streak :at the same
time creating a three-way tie for first.
Yesterday at St. John's, Aquinas Aces
seemed destined to drop out of first when
Winsome Davidson fired 13 points giving


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
the home team a 17-7 lirst quarter lead.
Meanwhile, the Aces were unable to find
their shooting range
Jennifer Mortimer who came in late in
the first quarter adding rebounding
strength scored six points in the second
period which saw Aquinas momentarily
breaking a ten-point gap placed on them.
However. Phyllis Ellis came into the
attack for St. John's who by half time
had a comfortable 11 point lead.
Hit by personal fouls. Aquinas' key
players Joyce Thompson. Paula Grant
and Shane Sweeting were unable to live
up to their previous experience.
Four minutes went into the third
quarter without either side scoring when
Aquinas' coach appealed for light.
Sterling Nottage sank three consecutive


fifteen-footers late in the fourth quarter
lifting C. I. Gibson junior boys to a 33-24
victory over St. Augustine's College and
their eighth win in an unbeaten season.
Trailing 14-11 by half time. C. I.
Gibson found it difficult to work the ball
through St. Augustine's tight defence and
were forced to attack from the outside.
Nottage and Brad Wood scored 10
points each for the winners. Kermit
Glinton added eight.
E Coakley and P. Dorsett with eight
each were the top scorers for S.A.C.
*******
G. Dorsett scored two of his game high
of 15 in the final minute of the game
giving St. John's College 44-42 victory
over Government High junior boys. K.
Campbell scored 14 for St. John's.


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GEORGE AND


LARRY LEAD


VICTORY RUN


LANE veteran George
Friesen teamed up with league
leading bowler Larry d'Albenas
for a total of 1,157 pinfalls last
night leading defending champs
Mercury to a 3-0 shut out of
Nassau Guardian.
With an additional 500
pinfalls coming from team
Cedric Saunders, Mercury
retained sole possession of first
place winning 878-871,
804-764 and 886-789.
Ricky Lowe topped the
Guardian with a team high of
192(485). Skipper Bruce
Delancy added a 187(475).
Up against 56 handicap pins
spotted the Guardian in the
first game, it was not until the
ninth frame that Mercury drew
abreast. Friesen's five strike
213 and d'Albenas' six strike
191 pulled them away by seven
pins.
It took Mercury only four
frames to recapture the
Guardian's second game 42
handicap pins and move ahead
by two pins.
flowever. Lowe and Loug
Rogers kept the Guardian in
contention contributing 156
and 149 uLsp tli\i. Their
effort brought both teams to a
33 all ninth franie tie. Unable
to maintain their momentum.
the Guardian dropped their
second.


Dana Johnson joined in
Mercury's third game attack
with a 189. Friesen added 180
and d'Alhenas 176 giving the
champs a decisive victory.
MIR:CURY
It. Johnsoni 157-146 189 492
J. Lowe 143 103 173 419
(. rinesen 213 186 180 579
1. d'Albenas 191 211 176 578
'. Saunders 174 158 168 500
(;UARI)IAN
A. Rndgrs 167-143 143 453
I). Roberts 136 149 144 429
B. Ielanty 187 141 147 475
R. l.owe 137 156 192 485
M. Russell 188 133 1O1 431

Tearn captain Burnice Sands
rolled a match high of
212(554) and Billy Roberts
added a 225(553) leading City
Market to a 3-0 Market to a 3-0
victory over Sawyer's Food
and third place in the Plaza
League.
G. Roberts topped Sawyer's
with 153 (450) and Keith
Sawyer scored a 147(417).
Percy Knowles rolled a
197(553) and S~er\. Roberts
added a 168(443) in Finco's
3-0 victory over Honme
FIurnitutre.
I" A-/ IT A(U'l SI ANIDING;S

Mercury 1)4
Nassaut (.iardiani 9 6
Cits Market 8 7
t iuct 7 8
Saw% her's I odu t 9
Holre t furniture I 14


Amiss leads


MCC fightback


PORT OF SPAIN MCC
fought back strongly in their
second innings of the first Test
against West Indies today.
At lunch they were 305-1
with Amiss 160 not out and
Denness 31 not out.
Boycott was out for 92 this
morning without adding to his
overnight score.
Fredericks caught him off
the bowling of Gibbs.
West Indies were all out at
the lunch interval yesterday for
392 in their first innings in
reply to Fngland's first innings
total of 131.
Alvin Kallicharran made 158
before falling victim to a ball
from Pat Pocock which was
snapped up at midon by Derek
Underwood.
Kallicharran's 158, which
included 17 fours, took 369
minutes.


Soccer squad

on trial again
THlF NATIONAL soccer
side will play another trial
game for the Central American
and Caribbean games this
Saturday, at Clifford Park.
The decision was made at a
meeting of the Special olympic
committee headed by Mr.
Arlington Butler, last night.
The side has so far played
two trail games against a Select
XI winning the first game 2-1
and the second 1-0.
It is believed that Saturday's
game will be last in the series
of trials before the committee
decides whether the side is
worthy of being sent to the
ga mes.


Poccock took five wickets
for 100 runs.
England, Ist innings 131
West Indies 1st innings
(overnight 274 for 6)
R. Iredericks, c Knott b Old 5
L. Rowe. c Knott b Willis 13
A. Kallicherran, c Underwood h
Pocock 158
- I lo, d, c I)enness b Old 1s
R.Kanhai, h P'ocock 8
G. Sobers, c Denness b Underwo.od
23
1). Murra.. c 'lectcher b Pocock 19
B, Julien, not out 6
K. I yce, c Boycrott h Picock 20
Jnshanc Knott b Pocock 9
.. Gibbs. h Old 2
t xtras b3. Ib6, nb16 25
Ii'tal 392
Wickets fell at:
14 2763 106 147.196-296 396 324-37
Bowling: 'Willis 19 5-52 1, Old
20.4-2 89 3.(;reig 17 360-0.
Underwood 23-8-56-1
I'oc)ck 43-12 1 105.


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