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*red with Potmaster of Bahamas for postage cnefons within the Bahama) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


By SIDNEY DORSETF
1lll1OPitllLLS S,\11111, 1I'
of Fighl Mile Rock. t;rTand
Bahamiia who took the witnesss
box in the Septiember t. 1973
('live ('rocker Iniuder trial, thi
lornimg 'gave, an1 account of the
killing s. inig Ihe sa\\
prot ecutin wi5itnes,' R..,I.. 1
Kem'n. with a butcher's knile
i!; his blood stained hands.
standing ovier the dead
38-y earold tmani.
'The \outh told lhe court
th it h.d did not witness the
actual murder built had goner
behind a hlull on King's Inn
Beach. I report, where
('ro ckcr. ikcip and anottlhc
friend \rligton Saundters

Ilihci lihe saw Kemp with
a butcthi 's knite in his hand
and Cr!o, ke lying dtown upon
his back with blood over his
ches-
1 is account w'as a
contradiction in part to a
.stlaim n nt piirportedl' given bh
hin to F-reeport C.I.1). Insp.
tlenderson Notville.
I le stateIment itself told a
tale that ran the gauntlet from
nighli-lubinig to marijuana
smoking a.ind homosexual

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COCKTAIL


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tctic-i oil 'he daily press
q:ioitLid a senio r member of the
Bro castingg Conimmission as


[.IF rng that Mr M%.I1d \ v .3, t,.
r.:pl.ci. \ Ir Mlil. i B lci r Jr ja
th,. ne A i.]l.flrl ii1in
lie pap'% r .l .1 re -p' rt 1 rl ir
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p r u it;..
mn ult i-million-dollar Cape
Sleiuthera resort in Mr.
Albury's Rock Sound
constituency.


Raise


The I rilunc und. r.t jnd l
ill Msrt J..hns .,n inilall.,


Sit. e rc..onsider'..
r \ I L il'T I t. rl rin
p.art h .e n.p II.. s,.'rI l)eI
i e1ej t dl' L :|tI] : | I th.
L' ,-'rniisii t ft r itll' ia iiLn 'r i in
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11 'rtgaagc. luind c i .i andh'I
iii resIp .. i I b. l -r i,. i....
Bjahanll it'

Ullcr ui the Bil
chairmanship is being
interpreted as a means of
"muzzling" Mr. Johnson's
sometimes inflammatory


police


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believed des"Ined ;" r ,o ,
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remarks that Mr. Mackey was
believed destined tior top
level post to ; the reace"
Mr Mackel however. has


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activities on the beach ,near tlhe
Xanadu Princess Hotel and the
gour killing with the accused
andl the prosecution witness,
Ketip, atnd SainderI all
participating ill it
Smith had told the court
that hte met Kemnp onl
Septeimber (6 along with
Saunders ont a road near the
International Ba!aar aftei
..,;, there to see the police
hand concert.
Ihey had agreed to go to the
movies to,; il1, ? but Clocker,
an I english president at Freeport.
associated w'th tle lLAmerican
Sa.bolt and Co. oil inspectuor
for the BORCO) refiner drove
up in his car.
lhey w erc walking bI tihe
Castaways when he appeared.
Ile said that they got into
(rocker's car and after he
asked about marijuana, they
went to a two storey house and
got some.
From there they headed
directly to the beach where
Saunders rolled three joints
and all smoked except him.
lie and Saunders were
together and after a while,
Saunders decided to go and see
what kept the others behind
the hill. And after Saunders
took a while there himself,
Smith said he decided to find
out what was taking place

He said he saw Crocker lying
on his back and Kemp was
standing nearby with the knife
in his hand. His hand was
dripping blood, he said.


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S it i ltl Bill establishing the
Si::: ( i'-l Bank of the Bahamras
: ; ..., ,::i- o!f! two bills passed bl
i:.''- *: H. louse Wed nesdas
Vll '" ; 'i.lk,; before adl itourniTgi



k s
. i i. e:tral Bank Act.
i : t the Opipositio. t said it
. .' : ." \as passed i th
i ,, i'ie inor allihent e aT nt
S .: .R : h. lait but not
] '335I ';;t'',si cil e 0' of one seclion
S' \' -., passed. tjain withi cnl
*!. ; ,. ; .r= : 'o r d ar ft i r g
S . i w a bill


1-. : ." ill had aireads
:- :-.+. .! ;!i.... h 'trh tihcl house
t* ' : t i Sen t i but the'
s a s prowr' r.'
." :, "* ', (ouIld bc sjgcn ud

i (i,.e.'i. c, d i ng to health
-' i : \ L 'ii is R ke the

S th I 1 t c ira tii iik \,lt. in
I,, dw :e .i '-sh the ui Bahamas

!, t' i" nmr, .: .1 ehi t BMA 's lo\teis.

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p 3 .i 1 '. h te' era aigniln'tio t
p wedr:,:is. tie h0 the Centra nk
2 I .' l iciu PI':htie Minister and
I'5'oisle t lFinanice Arthur D)
St t c e lHai:.i told the House that the
i nt ol I"A I sA i n .a position to
artm!en: ti a ii toF it-c'f into a Cenutial
,ise "ithe i k i:nmed-atecx the bill
publi hecL'1e1,S laW
orce is v hs most significant of the
live"ess, powers given to the Centiral
ianki. i was pointed out by


Franklin Wilson tPLP-Grant's
Town). was the ability to
.!'iIII ', the amount t 01
economic I. :;' it%
The AcXt provides tor the
Central Bank to require
commercial banks to deposit
with the Central Bank a
percentage of their de" 'sit
liabilities.
rhe pro' .sion is both a
safeguard against too-grea-
!losse' by depositors in the


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pay.


Government urged


THF It IlR \SING of
sa.ii ics for all police officers an
average of o er ten percent was
among tlie steps Covernment
*;3, y!.lterdhtul urged to take
with LI vievs to iiiiprovinlg
olveilr morale ;and cfft'iiencuy
!n (he Roval t:;h.intias Police'
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I i''m iiir" Tl i .1. 'se
'I .1 ('t: onnttiee w c h
Si'rted cI '.c''-'e rT .v llTer nti re
t" 1 O i >tt !is o:
S I i .
.,p. riiing efficiently under
itpr c int .inditions, and this
c'l'lsencyi is likely to increase.
proideid tlcre are all-round
uiiirovencmnits in salaries and
,.,!;dltio'is oi service
lhe ( committee report.
eitdorsed h ione Independent
.''lt it\. PI' lHouse members.
is t,. bIe moved for adoption h
thii 'slile Hloue .it the next
'i MWg0 on11 I'ebruiiry 27.
1 lie, p robleii areas
[\tio d bl the ( oimittee .as
\,.'ll > tI early. atItention br
Ct ; i i er11 ii C t A rFe
d t,;pi'idatd police building'.
iiiti !'.e." nce by politicians.
Itii .ilti'ied personnel in topt
p.i.t'. ithe I 'orccs alpil:lpO wer
s iil,) c tiud pi blitic rsIlatiits.

Si.r:eiiig lut ieport. which
\, i- ra.d b ( Committee


chairman Errington Watkins
(lid.-Marsh llarbotur himself
a senior police officer before
entering politis. w'.ie Mr.
Watkins. Frankl n Wilson
(P P-;rant's Tiowni i and
Preston Albury fl' P-Rock
Sound).
It was igr' '..i that another
memrriber 1 l!i m Cornmlittce.
Darrel Rolle I P1 MAlangrove
( .,). coil i;o1 properly)
furction as a ueii::ber after the
:.. C.:b.!ct re-shuffle in

responsibility for the police.
Mr. Watkins said of the
oilthier appointee. Cyril
Fountain (FNM-North Long
Island): "We couldn't find
him!"
The Committee, approved
by the House, was appointed
by Speaker Arlington Butler o:i
November 28.
I he report tabled yesterday
said "' our Committee is of the
opinion that the present
'alares and allowances should
be reviewed in the light of the
increased cost of living in tile
country today. We thcreiore
reconnmmend the following
increases as being reasonable
a rid cornnllne nslrate Witll
present-lay cost of 1 iing
standards "
T ,lre Commnittee suggested
increases in housing, uitlorm,


Bv MIKE LOTHIAN


'plain clothes and transport
allowances, higher pensions
and "increased administrative
cfexiblitty" in adjusting the
statutory length of service to
deal wit h pec uli r
. rcumstances.
I he salary increases
recom- mended by the
( mmiittee ranged from a high
of 24 percent for the starting
pay of local constables to a low
of four percent for the salaries
of Deputy Conmissioners and
the Conmissioner.
The starting salary of regular
constables. now $3,91 2 a year,
should be raised to $4,500. the
(',mrmittee recommended The
top salary for constables
should ibe rraied fiiom 5,31. to
S5.'00.
Corporals pay, now ranging
fromn 55.112 tio S.06b2. soul
instead varD troim S5,1) to
S6,,50.
The iaxtimum wage for
sergeants should he increased
irun SOb.12 tou 57.-00. while
salaries for stall sergeants
should rise tromn Soi,12 to
S7,M00
\M e i be rs of the
inspectorate, now limited to a
scale of from $6,.12 to
$S.1 12, should have the
henerit of a scale ranging from


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FUNERAL FOR

CONSTABLE
II R It. l services for
2'-y ear old constable 63,8
Sidney S\eeting of o I ,
I an e will be conducted
toiTloriowrTs afteritoon at the
New Lively tlope Bapt!st
C li u r ,h. Jc ronme and
Chesapeake Roads.
The policeman, vwho became
a member of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force in
October. 19b7, died at the
Princess Margaret Hospital ont
Sunday. February 3, after a
long illness.
lie had been admitted to
hospital on December 27. last
vear
Ant acsiii sportsman, the
ioftice wi wi!i be given iful
military honours at his service
whichts is to be conducted at
pm ill Friday by the Rev,
(.Garland Russell The office,
was born inl Nassau oin \CigIst
18, 1946
lis survivors include his
wife. Beverly, two sons and
three daughters, his mother.
Mrs Fliz' Taylor and a number
of other relatives.
Burial for p.c. Sweeting will
be in the Old Trail Cemetery

CROSSWORD
DEADLINE
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your Tribune Prize Crossword
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office before the deadline of
1noon tomorrow .
There are still a few of
Saturday's Tribunes, ,>;uli
contain the puzzle, available
at The Tribune office. Don't
miss out on your chance to win
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Cutlass boat with a 50 h.p.
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57.600 to i:e
Committee said
Gazetted , 3 :
superintendents and igr thb
Committee re,: : *,ci'e c.
should earn betwe.,, .- ,iii
and S14,500 i-en .
commnissionerr Ih .I t
those officers nr.) :
59.312 up o 1 a ;nw, :.:n a
$13,812.
Many o1 th C( U:'i: I-l 's
recommendation' inVo'\ ,
-.ii,'.1jrlnial s' ; of iTitne .
I he Comminitie del v.i
that point.
"We ale a'.are. \1i Spe:.ik.r.
that Govertnent h!s : i,,.
overall respto sibii tb i 0 .
departments of the ii ( i'
Senrice. and that thew:
inmit as to the jmno
money that can he al)ttied Ii
any one departrment-t B13u
also realise thAt
departments shoi:ld I 1.'
prrionti and tour -
fei tlat. in view ;
th.i l c are an irt'l .
ntfi'T i. \ ithottt Ma i\.t" i L
of m 'iitar, or na'. :
save our police .
depi:irrIr1I shruild I t
high ion the priuriT list "
Continuing, the c.:'
reported that ".I f!
inspection ot all .
buildings in the I ati S : '
complound. \ our ( iiin; ;w''
w as astioutnded c :
d(e'apidatcd cond: :I


Police


chief

praised

P O L! 'IC C on(,m' L i7:1 ,,
Salaithie! Thomipsoln .': C '
for high praise f'o5 i '.' t-1
select comnitte Cpor I iu
oesterFda. 01c !5s t indi:,i .'i t:a
investigaleo' t "t t!he P. I,
Forec
ltHouse ml eimib' -rs W' iL 'o!i
yesterday
l"oulr (Comnnlittee wtt;: i,
go on record as having th-
hishest regard and coniinid. ce
iii the capabilities ot oi t i o 'P, ce
l-orce antd their ;bibit\ 1
perform.
"It is a.so our op'; -'i 'ila'
'not only the F;rce. bhut th
country i misl t to:tlin:in e ,
laa e a Bathamian of such hilgh
calibre and capabilities as oni
present ('omnmissioner
Police.
"'We feel that with such a
man at the head of our Pohice
Force all citizens and visitor
alike can feel safe in thi,
knowledge that t; 'ir r:ght, .ii'.!
constitutional p.vileges wou! i,
be protected

LADY BUTLER
'RECOVERING'
LADY Butler, wife of the
Governor General. is still in
hospital today after Suti '.: .1
minor heart attack on Mondsis
A medical bulletin issued
yesterday afternoon b lD)r
John Lunn said: "Lady Butler
continues to improve. She is
remaining for the time Ibeing
comfortably in the hospital
and is recovering. No further
bulletins will be issued."


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$29,000
I Ot RISM MII SISTER
Clement \lanaid miadc 24
oticiiil Itrips Omer1js in 19Q73
ia L(a of $2.300 h4 for
ltimn I it and hIIs II...urA.iv'c
IHL wa.is.accop..inied .,n 1 I
-ifl Ihioie trips bh Mrs
Maynard.
Figures on the Minister's
travels were revealed in the
House following questions
tabled by Clarence Town
representative Michael
Lightbourn (Ind.).
Mr. Lightbourn had earlier
asked that the House be told
how many overseas trips the
Minister had made last year
on government business and
the names of all those
accompanying him on each
trip in an official capacity.
The Clarence Town
member also wanted to know
the destinations with an
itemised breakdown of the
cost of each trip.
A statement giving a
breakdown on each trip was
tabled by Mr. Maynard.
It showed cost of air fare.
hotel, ground transportation.
miscellaneous expenses
including meals and
incidentals and the final total
of S29,306.64.
The 24 trips covered
Florida, Texas, Mexico.
Canada. Jamaica, the United
States and the Pacific to
lu'ltralia.
fTle most expensive visit
was to Acapulco. Mexico
when Mr. Maynrad and a
party of five spent $3.601.85
in four days. Of that amount
S1.455.84 was spent on air
fare.
M r. Maynard was
accompanied by Mrs.
Maynard. Mr. Dan Lewis and
Mr. Basil Albury, both
assistant directors of tourism,
and Miss V. Campbell and
Mr,. Juanita Carey, both
Ministry of Tourism
pt r-i nin l.


ISAACS: I'M



CONCERNED



ON SECURITY


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fp., eI r I h.: I .p t ,
Interia. ,i .u rd J-.n
Mr. Isaacs' comments were
made as the House debated a
motion by Clarence Town
representative Michael
Lightbourn to have a
committee investigate the
presence of Cuban fishing
vessels off south Long Island
last month.
"1 am a little concerned, as I
believe the country is about
the position of the government
with regard to internal security
and defence and the relation of
government to the police
through the relevant Minister."
said Mr. Isaacs.
Mr. Isaacs noted that at the
time the Cuban boats were at
Long Island rumours were
circulating of a Cuban gunboat
in Bahamian waters.

Under the old Constitution
the duties of the pertinent
Minister and the Police
Commissioner were spelled
out. This was not the case in
the present Constitution. but
from what the Prime Minister
had said earlier in the debate,
he believed the same principle
applied, that the Commissioner
was responsible for the
day-to-day operation of the
force.

But in this particular
instance where there were
reports of a Cuban gunboat Mr.
Isaacs wanted to know whether
this became a matter for the
Commissioner or for the
government in the first
instance as far as defence and
internal security were
concerned.

While he was the last to
su g gest governl ent


i r c rfere nEncr \ it h the
L,.iiiii'n i. .:-iT of Police he
rged ti hati go%\c rriienIt la5
..A n .1 Pu'i., for such
- i u i sa. a jnd the
i _.nirmI J; ner t .IO Pulice would
know what should be done
within the framework of the
policy laid down
Government, he said, should
insist on consultation until it
knew that the matter was a
reasonably minor one of
internal security not national
defence
Mr. Isaacs also felt that the
government had allowed the
rumours to circulate for too
long before issuing a statement.
This had created fear when, as
it turned out, there was no
cause for worry.
"Government should take
cognizance of the question of
supplying information and
keep on top of matters relating
to security and defence," he
said
Mr. Norman Solomon
(FNM-St. George's) remarked
that the major problem in the
fishing industry came not from
Cuba but from Florida
fishermen who were not
respecters ot the Bahamas'
fishing season.
They took millions of
dollars worth of crawfish each
year, he said. The government
therefore might look to
negotiations with the Florida
state government and also
consider increasing the
penalties for those breaking the
law

"I appreciate that govern-
ment is hard-pressed to do
the job with four boats. I
don't know what the answer is.
but as an independent country
our resources are few, and we
should do everything to
protect our fishing industry."


event o! a bank closure, and a
means by which the Central
Bank. by varying the
percentage, can control the
it.il .Itit'.l. oft money.
A number of banks have had
to be closed by government
because of their financial
position, and many residents
and foreigners have seen their
deposits frozen At least five
Nassau banks are presently
L unde going liquidation
proceedings.


'EERIE EGG' IN THE SKY-
IT'S THF season for UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects)
and at least three people in three different parts of New
Providence, saw a strange "star" in the pre-dawn hours of
today and would like to inow more about it.
Mr. Alfred Dupuch, owner of Nassau Bicycle Company,
rang The Tribune this morning to describe what he and two
others saw between 4.30 and 6.15 a.m.
He said he had been awakened at his Lake Killarney
home at about 4.30 a.m. by a call from his store manager
Mr. Rudy Campbell. Mr. Campbell, who lives in the eastern
district, was himself awakened minutes before by his father,
who lives in yet another part of Nassau.
Campbell senior is an early riser. He was the first to spot
the "star" in the east and rang his son.
When Campbell jr. looked outside to the east, he saw a
brilliant light which appeared to move north and then east
again
When Mr. Dupuch took a look through his binoculars he
saw what appeared to be a star four times larger than any
other.
"The front side was very bright but the back side seemed
to be shaded," he said. He described the design of the light
as looking"like a white sea egg." with the light pulsating
from spines.
"It just hovered there," Mr. Dupuch said. He found the
rnhem enerin p-..p 'a star with nn tail -


S* SThe apparition could be
Discontent in Fire Section seen til it was obscured at
about 6:15 a.m. by a cloud


A HOUSE Select Committee reported
yesterday that morale in the Royal Bahamas
Police Force was found to be "fairly high,"
except in the Fire Section where discontent
"was created by the lack of or breakdown in
communications and co-operation between the
officer in command and his second in
command."
fhe Committee report added that "we have
no doubt whatsoever that the Commissioner is
aware of this situation and would soon find a
solution to the problem."
The Committee members also felt that
"positive steps should be taken to construct a
modern fire headquarters, preferably in the


Oakes field area where adequate land is now
available, as the present location is not
desirable or convenient for many reasons."
The inadequacy was blamed on congestion,
lack of training space, lack of
accommodations, and the size of the East
Street compound's only exit, which "is no
longer adequate to accommodate present-day
apparatus."
The Committee felt that until new quarters
are built, another exit should be opened at the
back of the present headquarters.
The Committee also recommended that
more fire depots should be build in strategic
locations Ill over the island.


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VUL. LXAI, NO. b4


Thursday, February 7. 1974.


CABOT'S CREOSO1E STAINS
NOW IN STOCK


BAHAMIAN PAINT iPPLY ll.
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Court told of



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election Heath ready to call
Snap February election
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B TAIN GOES TO THE POLLS ON FEBRUARY 28

BRITAIN GOES TO THE POLLS ON FEBRUARY 28


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JULIAN GOODMA
president of the Natie
Broadcasting (o. for the 1
eight years, has b
appointed NBC s bh
chairman.
ihe new post
(oodinan, 51, was am
several major NBC e\eci
changes announced
become effective April I
ARAB guerillas slip
across the barb wired bo
from Lebanon for the
time this year and killed
Israeli soldier in a skirni
the military conin
reported.
I.S. SECRETARY of s
Henry K ,i niir
scheduled to arrive in Pan
City today to sign set of
principles that will serne a
agenda for negotiations t
new Panama Canal treaty.
GALE FORCE winds o
to 115 mph roared oft
North Atlantic into w%-'
and central France. cati
widespread damage and
least four deaths.
Heavy snow\falls piled u
the French Alps. bloc
highways and canr
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areas around Paris but nI
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BEIRUT Jordan's King
lussein hiked military pay
:ales last night in an effort
o quell a four-day-old
mutiny by elements of his
Bedouln army.
But fresh reports reaching
ieirut said the mutiny was
till not over. The Jordanian
government imposed a
blackout on news of the
risis. Sources in Amman.
reached by phone from
Leirut, declined comment.
However, the Palestinian
iews agency WAFA,
controlledd by the Palestinian
guerilla leadership which is
stronglyy hostile to King
lussein, claimed the uprising
was picking up momentum
nd was extremely serious.
WAFA said rebellious units
surrounded Jordan's only
petroleum refinery at the
irmy garrison town of Zerqa,
IS miles north of the capital
of Amman. It also claimed
troops had circled the state
owned radio, the army staff
headquarters and one of King
Hussein's palaces.
These reports could not be
ndepedently verified.
Sources in Beirut said it
was possible that loyalist
:roops had been deployed in
iome instances around key
installations and the royal
palace. Well sourced reports
from Amman originally said
the uprising was confined to
Zerqa.
WAFA said the mutiny was
spearheaded by the elite 40th
armoured brigade which saw
action on the Syrian front
during the October war and
was later joined by the 60th
armoured bridgade. Machine
gun fire was reportedly heard
in the district of Khaw near
Zerqa.
Several army officers were,
arrested, while the mutineers
were demanding the
resignation of the cabinet and
its Prime Minister Zeid Rifai,
the ouster of chief of staff Lt.
Gen Zeid Bin Shaker, and
raising the salaries of the
officers and men, said WAFA.
King Hussein cut short his
visit to Britain and returned
to Amman Tuesday night to
cope with the snowballing
uprising. He had to postpone
a trip to the United States
and meeting with President
Nixon.
Sources said the loyalty
of the troops to the king was
never in question, but they
were insisting on their
demands.
Newsmen in Amman were
barred from reporting the
uprising.
The mutineers were led by
junior officers, according to
reports reaching here. But
WAFA claimed the
disgruntled brigades were led
by Gen. Khalid AI-Hajhouj
Al-Majali, who commanded
the 40th brigade during its
war operations against Israel


"Of my kidnappers, I only
remember very vaguely the
face of one of then," he
recalled. It was round and fat,
with a broken nose."
Other times, the boy's
blindfold was removed, but his
cantors wore hoods.
"One was very short and
stocky, with bow legs ..."
Paul said his captors drove
him around the countryside
several times, and also had him
walk great distances in the first
days of his cantivitv


KIIUIAr.
MIAMI BEACH Wealthy
lawyer Charles "Buddy"
Courshon, kidnapped by two
men who demanded a $40,000
ransom, escaped unharmed
yesterday when the abductor
left to guard him fell asleep.
officials said.
Police said Marvin O'Donnel,
20, of Minneapolis, Minn.. was
still sleeping soundly when
officers arrived at the Miami
Beach apartment where
Courshon was held for 15
hours.
The other man had left the
apartment.
"The kidn.ipping would
appear to he less than
professional," said Kenneth
Whittaker, head of the Miami
FBI,
O'Donnel and Sydney
Pullman. 42, of the Bronx,
N.Y., who was arrested later,
were held on state charges of
kidnapping for ransom.
Courshon, in his mid-40s
and the father of two children,
is the brother of millionaire
banker Arthur Courshon. He
disappeared Tuesday evening
alter leaving his Miami Beach
office to collect some fishing
equipment.
Police said a call. told


Courshon he wanted tlhe
money in $100, $50 and '1
bills. The man called Coi,rsj,.,n
again, telling him to take the
money to his office, tie
Washington Federal Savings &
Loan Co. of Miami Beach. at
11 o'clock, police added.
Investigators said the
kidnappers did not arrive to
collect the ransom at 11 p.m.
Tuesday and it was presumed
they had meant 11 a m
Wednesday.
Police chief Rocky
Pomerance said Courshon was
barefoot and had told police
that he had been taken at
gunpoint from a parking lot
near his office.
Courshon was kept bound
and gagged in the apartment
for some hours but later w.is
untied and allowed to move
around, Pomerance added.
When one of the kidnappers
went out and the other tell
asleep Courshon walked out of
the unlocked front door, the
victim told police.
Pomerance said the
kidnappers original:
demanded $1 million but went
down to $40,000 because "I
think they really thought that
was all they could get on short
notice." (AP)


ped ( \1)0\N Prime \Mnister
rdcr I ardi He ath od ay
irst .. ::'-. iin .Cd J flash national
tirstl
an .iin tor Feb 2T
ian, i behtore a pinned
and "' "
i: t ;> \ide strike in Britain's
i tic 'nes is dile to begin.
I ta e inain ele,.i lon i s i e l i ili
tale
wa, ici' be thew energy 'LIi
!lca.t h Il! .1 io the miners
i 'i ,' p, pone their strike tor the
!t;i ,iion of the election
or a
or a co 'jpigyln and a ti i ehi!,
aid he tel!t the valk-out
L H!i i e ieterred'al t
I up H It ls t e ision mejia'
the B:![.i ill he wnhout a
tern Wi cth i !! Mar ie t
ail oI i c n tiiic to wwi .
at ', e: inil it i confirmed in
p i ,,<' I j v 1ii n lea 'on leO
inin W c mii at a elti,
kli g I i- s ilcaih senCii '5riigli
iiI tra t aito lnl.l orsa" i vf oi
rural a-'k!:ig Queen li abthi tc
a t in d panli tiain ei t.
tack I i i
aired ;i Jitne I""75 to r., i but
British Prime Minister' have
cti-n ended their pari' mnti it
tn [tit's oi ensis or to re iitorce
their :naj orities
I ie Queen, whi' in
\Auicklandi ew Zealand. cn a
.s ,i.. u itIs granted It ath's
eoAi" cable
"I ii' .i th retAnl-t pci\ onl
S' da\ e '. i. relyy
:Lu linice to govern, perhaps
S ,; --' '.e his Cabinei If
hC L.c,. c drives the in le


HEATH WILSON


from 10 Downing Street.
official residence of British
P rime M in i sters, to
Buckingham Palace to hand in
his resignation.
the outgoing Prime Minister
advises the sovereign on a
successor Thie Queen then asks
that Iran Io fort a
go nre ti nt.
It is between these two
events that the British nation is
tec hnically without a
government. In actual fact the
formidable machinery of the
civil service takes over the task.
But the duty is extreimely
short and the successor is
waiting in the wings with his
list of ministers ready, As the
outgoing Prime Minister drives
out of the great palace
courtyard the successor loes
III
Buckingham Palace said the
Queen will return to Britain by


HOPE
THORPE


10:00 a.m Feb. 28 at.'i
opening the Australini
parliament in Canberra and willt
be in London in time to
appoint a new Prime Minister if


the result of the election goes
that wsay.
The Queen was on a state
visit to the Caribbean in
February, 1966, when Harold
Wilson, then labour Prime
Minister. decided to call a
national election, three years
before it was due. Wilson and
his Laborites increased their
seats in the House of Commons
from 317 to 363 Their
previous over-all majority had
been only four.
The Liberals are led by
Jcremy Thorpe.
In giving three weeks' notice
of the election, Heath has gone
against the more usual practice
since 1945 of giving about six
weeks. (AP)


Gunmen free hostages


KUWAIT Guerrlla
gunmen freed four of their
hostages from the Japanese
Embassy today, and Kuwait
announced it would allow sJ
plane carrying four pro-Arab
terrorists from Singapore to


land here "in
repeated appeals
Earlier, the
refused to let
from Singapore
territory.
Interior an
Minister Sh


response to
from Japan "
Government
the terrorists
land on its
id D)efence
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BA RBR \ Strei and
replaced corner BeRtie Ringo
Starr Thursdaj aI the tlop of
the U.S pop record char,
Ba;rbOrai 'lh \l. .w 1
Herem ct i u, h ,; 'i, .;i i
into t e iuilmber '," ,- me ,iiii i)l
Rinyo aInd h- .
Sixteen ,oppi r' ,. t, !
place
AN(OIf lIt i n ,aly"" ..
campaign is iindcr \ \ inl
China using *sall pisties. ihe
press and the radio i
rekindle enltihusiasM lur Mlao
Tse-Tuing s riiv iiiol irv
principles
Unlike lie \ re-N I
cultural r\soluintolni ii i !i.W an
eight years ago th il e ;
movement has been pi iaceuii
so far. D)ail broadccais street
the aims ot that i slt ava i
which shook ( hmin
1966 1969. but there hai
been no hint rtiii stnilair
turmoil is ii nilt!iu eilt
AMERADI Hiess Corpi
says 1973 net earningiui Iroin
its oil opeiatnllli' inriased
278 per cent ioer 1972 Ieis,
and fourth quarter proftls
rose 578 per cent o\ir the
previous final quarter.
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FBI circulates


pictures in


heiress hunt


i RI,1 E IY The FBI has
!i, cuilatedl photographs of
"possible suspects" in the
kidnapping of newspaper
heiress Patriciia Hearst. while
her parents pleaded again for
Sword from the kidnappers.
An FBI spokesman said the
photographs included both
nen and women but would not
elaborate.


by the phone and wait." said
Hearst. "They have not killed
yet. And they haven't yet
seriously injured anyone. I just
hope they don't go any
further "
The girl's parents maintained
a vigil at their estate in
suburban Hillborough about 15
miles south of San Francisco.
Her father, is president and


Il Abdullah said it was possible
the seige would end tonight.
lHe said he had "been in touch
with the leader of the gunmen
and obtained ai pledge that no
harm will befall the hostages."
The terrorists who seized the
Sem bassy on Wednesday
claimed they were still holding
12 Japanese and Arabs. They
had vowed to blow tip the
hostages and themselves unless
the Singapore terrorists and
their hostages were flown to
Kuwait. (AP)


Paper raps

Biggs arrest
IONDON The mass
circulation Daily Mirror
newspaper today accused
Scotland Yard of bungling the
arrest of train robber Ronald
Biggs.
The Mirror said in an
editorial: "I he Biggs affair is
beginning to look like the
script for a Keystone Cops
farce written by Scotland
Yard.
"After all the ballyhoo, back
slapping and mutual
congratulations, Slipper of the
Yard Detective Chief
Superintendent Jack Slipner


T he San Francisco publisher of the San Francisco flew home from Rio empty
Examiner, a Hearst newspaper, Examiner. lHer mother is a handed.
reported thati photos, including member of the University of Sir Robert Mark. the
w ome n associated with California board of regents. Commissioner of the
militant organizations, were Berkeley police conirined Metropolitan Police must be
being shown by FBI agents on that Peter Benenson, a squirming with embarrassment
the University of California 3 1-year-old radiation "IIf not. he should be. For
campus here and elsewhere laboratory worker, was the affair has left him with
The FBI, which reported kidnapped shortly before Miss some awkward questions to
earlier there had been Hearst They said he was in the answer
uispccified new developments car and probably tied up
in the case. would not confirm
The girl's father. Randolph
th ';.'srP s ttihsr. Randolph G etty: M y k id nap t
A Hearst. his wife Catherine at
his side, told a news conference ROME lThe Rome at about 3 a.m. the night of
his family was sitting by the newspaper II Tempo published July 9-10, "a Citroen .. passed
telephone and "'just hoping today what it said was a me and someone got out of the
whoever has iour daughter will statement Paul Getty Ill gave back door. He forced me into
call us" to police after his kidnapper the car ... and made me get
Miss Hearst. 19. a freed him last December behind the front seat. Because
sand y -hai ea i r d college The paper, which received I put up a fight I was hit three
sophomore, was kidnapped photographs of the 17-year-old times with what I think was
Monday night from her youth showing his right ear had the barrel of a gun .
apartment and tossed half been cut off by his kidnappers, The blows knocked Paul
,naked and screaming into the said it was publishing the out. "Once I came to, they
trunk of a car Her captors beat statement as a three-part serial, blindfolded me." He said this
her fiance and a neighbour and The paper's account said: blindfold remained over hi."
sprayed gunfire at witnesses. As Paul was wandering eyes for much of his five
There has been no word through Rome, a little drunk. months of captivity.
from the kid nappers, "We sit



S"HAL HENNESEY

PAINTS THE BAHAMAS":
(Like nobody else has ever painted the Bahamas)

*** THE ARTIST PRESENTS

AN EXHIBITION of RECENT CANVASES

& sketches at his studio at the

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tapes


WASHINGTON President
Nixon wrote a federal judge
yesterday that disclosing
conversations that arc
contained on five White House
tape recordings requested by
the Senate Watergate
Committee "would not be in
the national interest."
In a letter to U.S. district
judge Gerhard A. Gesell the
president reasserted his
position that the Senate
committee should not get the
five recordings, all of which
contain conversations he had
with outsed White House
counsel John W Dean III.
"The Senate select
committee has made known its
intention to make these
materials public." the president
said in a letter that he signed
personal) .
"Unlike the secret use of
four out of five of these
conversations before the grand
jury the publication of all these
tapes to the world at large
would seriousti infringe upon
the principle of confidentiality
which is vital to the
performance of my
constitutional responsibilities
as president "
Meanwhile a three-judge
panel disbarred former
presidential counsel John W.
Dean ilI or what it' called
unethical, unprofessional and
unwarranted conduct in the
Watergate affair
The 35-year-old Dean, who


- Nixon


has pleaded guilty to a federal
felony charge, did not address
the court in his own defence
The disbarment action was
brought by the Virginia State
Bar, which charged that Dean
had been guilty of
unprofessional conduct by
withholding evidence, inducing
another to commit perjury,
authorizing payment of hush
money to the Watergate
burglars and diverting nioney
to his own use.
The three judges found Dean
guilty of "unethical.
unprofessional and
unwarranted conduct as an
attorney at law violating the
code of professional ethics "
They ordered that Dean's
licence to practice law be
revoked.



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ihe rtbunt
Nulrus Amnv Ju B IN VWA MACISTI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogma Of No Master
LEON E. H, DUPUCH, PblihAer/fd1to 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.
PbUIAhr/EiHtor 1917.1972
Cotnrriuttn Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M.Sc., .A., LL.B.,
Pubtller/ltrlor 1972.




The big bogey man


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THIS IS Friday, November 30 and I am back in Nassau. I have
come to the island earlier than I had planned for a special reason.
Ordinarily I would come for Christmas week and stay into the
New Year but I am here as a result of a phone conversation I had
with my daughter, Mrs. Carron, the day before I left Miami for
England.
She felt there was something we might do at Camperdown to
help relieve the growing food crisis in this island.
1 have come to see what if anything -might be organized
but I don't think it is possible because of labour restrictions
imposed by Immigration ... and the attitude generally of the
Bahamian working man today.
Anyway I am here and plan to stay a month. I will try ... even
though it doesn't seem possible at the moment.
Now let me pick up the threads of the journey I have just
completed and see what kind of picture it produces.

I don't know what happens to other people when they travel
but for me every day is a new adventure.
Wherever I go today someone knows me and they all have
something interesting to say. After moving from place to place
and talking with many people I am able to put the pieces together
like a jig-saw puzzle and produce a picture.

We were the first to board the BOAC aircraft at London
airport five days ago for the flight to Antigua for a meeting of the
Caribbean Press and Broadcasting Association. We were in the last
two seats in the first class compartment. I settled down
immediately to reading a book.
The plane slowly filled up. During this time I kept my face
buried in my book. Soon after we were airborne I heard someone
nearby calling my name.
"Well, of all surprises," the person was saying, "Etienne and
Marie Dupuch on this flight with me!"
It was Major Norman Ricketts. He was sitting right across the
aisle from me.
"I saw in The Times that you were in London for a meeting of
the Council of the Knights Bachelor," he said. "I wanted to get in
touch with you but I was making this trip to Barbados and didn't
have the time. Are you on your way back to Miami?" he asked.
I told him we were headed for Antigua to attend a press
meeting.
I laid my book aside because we had a great deal to talk about.

I have known Norman Ricketts a long time. I met him through
General Sir Robert Neville. Major Ricketts had been on the staff
of General Neville in the Royal Marines. They had served in the
war together.
Major Ricketts was introduced to the Bahamas by Sir Robert
and he later developed business interests in the islands.
Some time after the the P.L.P. got control of the country he
tried to launch a major air operation between Nassau and Europe.
But he was blocked by the government. All this happened just
about the time the English company operating Bahamas Airways
folded up the operation because of loss of confidence in the
government.
Mr. Ricketts left Nassau and went to Barbados where he was
welcomed by Prime Minister Barrow. He did for Barbados what
he had planned to do for the Bahamas.
At the press conference a few days later I met two editors from
Barbados. I questioned them and they told me what an important
part Nonnman Ricketts had played in the development of aviation
in Barbados.
Tribune readers may recall the heading we ran over the story
when Major Ricketts launched his air operation in Barbados. It
read: "Bahamas loss is Barbados gain "
tHe is a great admirer of Mr. Barrow. I was interested to hear
from the Major that Mr. Barrow had an outstanding record in the
second world war.

Another man on the flight joined in the conversation. I will not
call his name because he may still have interests in the Bahamas.
He also knew Mr. Barrow well and shared Major Ricketts'
admiration for the Barbados Prime Minister.
"Barrow is a great friend of Pindling," he said. "Barrow told
me before the Bahamas went independent that independence was
Mr. Pindling's great vehicle at the time. He felt that when he got
this behind him he would settle down to serious business as this
was his last propaganda piece."

Recently I told you about the cocktail party given for the Press
at Antigua by the island's Premier when he failed to turn up.
As my wife and I walked down the path at Blue Waters a man
detached himself from a group gathered around the pool and
-came towards us with hand extended. He was so much like the
Jones' he could have been a twin of Cecil Jones.
"We have met before somewhere Sir ...." he said. hesitating at
l'y name,
"Etienne Dupuch," I said.
"Yes, yes, of course," he said. "I recognized you as soon as
you started down the path. We have met before but I can't
remember where."
Nor could I remember the place of our meeting.
This was Mr. Kelsick (1 don't recall his first name), owner of
this beautiful hotel development and one of the major business
people in the island.
"I know a John Kelsick in Montserrat." I told him. "He is a
lawyer. He had lunch with us at our hotel during a visit to that
island some years ago."
"He is my younger brother," he said.
"Then you have two brothers in St. Kitts," I said. "I think
they are both in law. One of them was at law school in Toronto
with my brother Eugene."
"Yes," he said, "They're doing very well."
I remembered that John Kelsick had told me this when I met


him at Montserrat some years ago. Not long before our first
meeting John Kelsick had been deported from St. Kitts by
Premier Bradshaw because he successfully defended a man in
court that displeased the island's dictator!
"We're going to Montserrat tomorrow. We will look up John,"
I told him.
In course of conversation I gathered that the Kelsickshad been
in these islands since the early 1600's. They had served in many
important public offices but there was no place in public life
today for men of their calibre.
/ He was well informed and so I gathered some interesting



INK- SMEARED"


EDITOR, The Tribune
May I be permitted through
your columns to draw
attention to a ludicrous
situation which should never
be allowed to exist at any time,
but in the present
circumstances amounts to
criminal waste.
I refer to the lighting system
at the grounds at Clifford Park,
which are shining in the
daytime in direct competition
with the sun ... and, of course
losing out ... thereby causing a
direct waste of power.
For many weeks, at
weekends, I have noted that
these lights seldom seem to be
switched off. If they work on a
timing divice then either the
timing is wrong or the
mechanism is at fault; either
way some attention should be
given to remedying this matter.
Though the present world
"energy crisis" has had little,
or no noticeable effect here
yet, there is no justifiable
reason why we should waste
electricity in the middle of the
day with outdoor lighting,


THE FIRST cottage of the
cottage colony of the Montagu
Beach Hotel (behind the hotel)
will be the setting of a one-man
exhibition of paintings by the
artist. Hal Hannesey starting
today.
The exhibition will include
paintings in oils and acrylics.
murals and scenes featuring
seascapes, beaches and boats in


Ght rtunttr


Ministry of Health Affair


WILLAM

HANLEY

DIES, 61
WILLIAM J. HANLEY, 61,
(pictured) of Nassau, died
Sunday, February 3, at
Jackson Memorial. Hospital,
Miami, Florida, where he had
been a surgical patient since
December 3.
A prominent international
industrialist, Mr. Harley and
his wife have been residents of
the Bahamas since 1961,
having first arrived here in
1958. In his early years here,
he was responsible for the
building of several schools. He
was active in promoting the
interests of the islands in land
development and had served as
a consultant to the Grand
Bahama Port Authority.
In 1972 Mr. Hanley was
awarded a Knight
Commandership (K.C.L.J.) in
the Republic of Ireland, where
he was a citizen. He was a
member of the Royal Nassau
Sailing Club.
Mr. Hanley is survived by his
wife, Mary Lois; a daughter,
Susan Duffy; a brother, Daniel
of Estreal, Portugal; three
stepsons, Peter, Michael, and
Eric Traphagen; and six grand
children.
Memorials may be made to
the William J. Hanley Fund for
Education and Research for
the Department of
Neurological Surgery,
University of Miami School of
Medicine. Contributions should
be made payable to
"University of Miami School of
Medicine" and sent to Dr. H.
L. Rosomoff, University of
Miami School of Medicine,
Miami, Florida 33136.


EDITOR, The Tribune,
The first priority, I would
imagine, in life, is to sustain
life. But it appears that one
ministry of Health employee
recently seemed unable to
discriminate between what is
most valuable, to register a life,
or to save a life. Hopefully he
has now learned.
The Princess Margaret
Hospital has been entangled in
a framework of internal
conflicts, I wonder why? Is it a
lack of funds? or a deficit in
the system; Ah, perhaps the
political pendulum that seems
to oscillate into most systems.
But as Bahamians, let us pray
that our health, and our lives
can be trusted in such hands.
The Ministry Of Health,
should be the most efficient,
and competent of all the
Ministries. After all they
determine the life and death of
the injured individual. I have
read and heard about the
expansion of the hospital that
is under construction, but is
the Ministry of Health
prepared to employ
"competent" professionals and
to meet their every reasonable
request? It becomes extremely
frustrating and discouraging
when someone attempts to
introduce a professional to the
Ministry and discovers the red
herrings that are tossed at him.
I'm referring to a personal
experience that happened to
me in the past summer. I tried
desperately to introduce a
speech therapist to the
Bahamas who was willing to
sacrifice his time in working in
Nassau on a part time basis.
And what happens? The ritual
"red tape" that happens in
most "establishments". All my
energy and time was summed
up with this red-tape and a
verbal "thank you". Not only
was that discouraging, but
when I called the Chief Medical
Officer's department and asked
if I could make an
appointment he seemed to
think the purpose of my
request rather humorous.
The needed help at the
Ministry seems to be infinite.
They not only are in need of a
neurologist, a plastic surgeon,
but also a speech therapist,
who works there full time, and
only tlere. The rough
percentage of persons needing


speech therapy is 26,; of the
total adult population. Do the
Ministry of Health realize the
large percentage of Aphasic's
(brain damaged persons) in
need of speech therapy? At
present these individuals have
no alternative but to remain in
constant anguish.
If the Ministry realizes the
need, then wouldn't it be wise
to attach a therapist to its
department? How much capital
does it require to pay a
therapist? Six thousand dollars
per year? Is that too much to
pay When you know that those
brain-damaged patients can
leave the hospital as social
beings and communicators
once again.
I know a speech therapist.
now in Nassau, who has
been kind enough to spend
two afternoons per week of her
free time to work with adult
patients at the hospital with
no Ministry of Health pay
cheque. This therapist is
employed at the Ministry of
Education as a "full time"
therapist. Therefore, her first
commitment is to her
employer. This lady, I feel.


deserves special thanks, for
being so concerned with the
betterment of the people of a
foreign country.
But getting back to the
Ministry of Health's affair.
Whatever appears to be the
at iun. ili.latn or justification
for the red herrings, we
Bahamians do not need this
Let the politicians throw
red-herrings at themselves, not
at the public. So all your talk
about improving the hospital
and other needed improvement
have no validity until there is
change. Change does not come
through what one tilks about.
thinks about, or reads about,
but only by what one does.
Hopefully, the Ministry of
Health will begin to take such
action and not continue to
antagonize the public. But to
make their paramount purpose
for functioning to satisfy the
needs of the public. Hopefully
this article has affected some
members of the Ministry of
Health, and will make them
conscious of the many needs
they have been, in the past,
unable to meet.
CHARLTON V. KNOWLES


Fox Hill library


EDITOR, The Tribune.
AS a regular visitor to the
Fox Hill Public Library, I
would like to know why
month after month there are
no new books. Everytime you
go there you are confronted
with the same old books. I
would like to know if
Government is going to give
any grant to this library. I
asked who was responsible for
the library, and was told that
all decisions were made by the
chairman of the Board of
Trustees. Mr. Prescott Davis,
brother of the M.P. for Fox
Hill.
I think the Minister of
Education should have a
complete investigation into the
operation of the Library.

In all other libraries I know
the librarian takes care of the


day to day running of the
business and not the chairman
of the' Board who knows
nothing about running any
library.
I believe that the people of
Fox Hill are proud of the
library, but they want to see it
properly run. At my last visit
there I asked to speak to Mrs.
Frith the Librarian, I was told
that she had quit, and I was led
to beleive the new Librarian
was getting ready to quit. And
I have been told it's all because
of Mr. Prescott Davis.
H. MOSS

EXHIBITION OF
DOCUMENTS
THE ARCHIVES section of
the Ministry of Education and
Culture is holding an
Exhibition of Historical
Documents "The Sponging
Industry" from February 18 to
February 22 at 9:30 a.m. to 7
p.m. daily. The exhibition can
be seen at the Public Records
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especially public lighting for
which the public pays.
Perhaps these comments will
reach the source for which
they are intended, be it B.E.C.
or Min. of Works, and the
person or persons responsible
will ensure that this matter is
rectified, and not repeated at
some future date. Nor is it any
use placing the blame solely uat
the man who presses the
switch; supervision is also to be
considered faulty; and
management cannot be
excused for these conditions
which exist in their separate
areas, either.
Many of our streets in New
Providence are poorly lit, even
some of the major roads are
hazardous at night because of
this shortcoming, yet here is an
instance where lights are left
burning during daylight when
the sun is at its zenith, or
nearly so. Surely, if there is an
excess in supply then the roads
should be given priority,
especially those which are busy
thoroughtares.
"TAXPAYER"


Nassau, the Exumas and
Eleuthera.
COOK-OUT
THE Ways and Means
Committee of the William
Gordon Primary School will
hold a cook-out on the public
beach east of the Sonesta
Beach Hotel tomorrow,
starting at noon. Native dishes
will be on sale.


information from him.
The next man I met at this party was also well informed on the
changing scene in the Caribbean.
"Barbados is bankrupt," he told me when I expressed high
regard for Mr. Barrow. He was in a position to know.
So ... there you are. Barbados too. I haven.t been to that island
for a long time and so I am not in personal touch but I do know
that they have a great human problem since immigration barriers
erected all over the world have closed the gates to the movement
of Barbadian talent.

After the party we returned to our hotel for dinner.
"May I join you?" the Associated Press manager in Puerto Rico
asked us as he approached our table. Puerto Rico is an American
state but this man was from the mainland.
"I had a talk with a young Antiguan member of parliament at
the party," he told us. "He was bitter against the press."
"Di he tell you why?" I asked.
"No." he said. "But he was very bitter."
This young American was confused. 1 could see he didn't
understand and 'irl settled down to explain to him the difference
between the law of libel in the U.S. where it hardly exists, and
the law of libel In a British place where it is very rigid.
(To be continued)


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NOTICE

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




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




NOTICE

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





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALFONSE CELESTIN of
Pinders Point, Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that HARVEY BICT of Explorers
Landing is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 7th day of February 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE Is hereby given that LIONEL LEDUC of 44 E.
Settler's Way, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, 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 twentyeight days from the
7th day of February 1974 to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Cktizenship. P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE Is hereby given that JESUS PEREZ CRUZ of P. O.
Box F180 Freeport, G.B.I, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that FLOSSIE CORENE
DELANCY of Owen's Town, Andros Bahamas is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registratim 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 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality


I and Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PRESANDIEU
PETIT-FRERE of Pinders Point, Grand Bahama is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twentyeight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ENNIS LLOYD CROWTHER
of 106 Acklins Place, Hawksbill, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P.O. Box
N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WINNIFRED ANTOINETTE
INGRAHAM of Marathon Estate, Nassau. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-ejght days
from the 7th day of February 1974 to Thp Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE Is hereby given that ALBERT KENRICK of 12
Confederates Walk, P.O. Box F-120, Freeport Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FREDERICK McALPINE of
Hawksbill in the City of Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LEONAL PEDRO of Key
West Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LESLIE KENRICK of 12
Confederates Walk, P.O. Box F-120, Freeport Bahamas Is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that ALICE MISSICK of Jones
Town, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICk

NOTICE is hereby given that BRIAN ECCLESTON of Okra
Hill, East Bay St. Nassau Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

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


NOTICE

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




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereDy given that CARLO LOPEZ of Freeport,
G.B., P. O. Box 1144, King Neptune Dr., 13A is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that RENAUD JEAN BAPTISTE
of Freeport is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for naturalisation as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 7th day of February 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.





NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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




NOTICE

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





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ERDMUTE LISA LOPEZ of
Freeport, G.B., P. O. Box 1144, King Neptune Dr., 13A is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written


and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7th day of February 1974, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that VICTOR ED WILLIAMS of
Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of February
1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.




NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that TOLEME PIERRE-LOUIS
ELUIES of West End, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7th day of
February 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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Thursday, Febr


Eat and Grow Younger


Caveman ate plenty meat: he needed it, so do you!


By LELORD KORDEL
Number Fire of a Series
For several chapters now I've been acquainting you
with protein and explaining why protein is your blood
food need. Actually, the protein story is so old it's new.
There were no nutrition scientists and health teachers
to warn our pre-historic cavemen ancestors that if they
wanted to be alert and powerful enough to survive the
incredible dangers of life in their era, they had to "eat


their protein every day."
What they did was to grab a
piece of meat more than likely
raw or only half-cooked and
wolf it down. It was their in-
stinct to seek food that satisfied
their hunger cravings and kept
them strong enough to meet the
physical problems of their rigor-
ous lives.
PROTEIN INSTINCT STRONG
Even today, the instinct for
protein, man's best energy food,
is strong among primitive peo-
ples, although the supply of such
food available to them may be
scarce. The more primitive
tribes, living in regions of Afri-
ca where the hunting of wild ani-
mals is not plentiful enough to
supply their instinctive appetite
for meat, attempt to satisfy this
craving by eating grubs and
(lI rilljr-, by trapping birds,
mice and ground squirrels.
"Unpleasant eating" you say.
And I ._'r. But protein, never-
Ihtl .., is an appeaser for the
hungry native's craving for en-
ergy food.
Between our national habit of
gorging ourselves on starch-and-
sugar foods and guzzling soft
drinks, the savage's taste for
worms and varmints, the primi-
tive black man has more nutri-
tional justification for his choice
than do we for our substandard
diets in this land of "culture
and enlightenment."
I enjoy a wedge of pie, a slice
of cake, a piece of candy or a
plate of spaghetti as thoroughly
as anybody. But I recognize
these artificial foods for what
they really are dissipations,
not nutrition. I realize these
heavy starches and sugars are
life-shorteners, not youth-preser-
vatives.
PROPER TIME FOR SUGARS
There is a proper time to eat


sugars and starches, but thaf
time is not at your regular meal-
time. If you feel that you have
to munch on a piece of candy,
or eat a slice of cake, by all
means do so at very rare inter-
vals, between meals, and far
enough away from the next meal
so that you don't take the edge
off your appetite for the youth-
protecting protein foods.
But never, if you wish to de-
rive any benefit from this Eat-
and-Grow-Younger regimen, in-
clude heavy starches with your
high-protein meals.
Unnecessary aging begins with
starch and sugar addiction.
But I must be careful not to
give all carbohydrates a black
eye. Like many villains there is
also a good side to our had man.
The carbohydrates found in veg-
etables, fruits, milk, whole grain
and seed cereals are good car-
bohydrates from natural sources.
These foods also contain vary-
ing amounts of protein (some-
thing wholly lacking in artificial
starches), in addition to valuable
minerals and vitamins. They are
a necessary contribution tc your
Eat-and-Grow-Younger diet.
It's only when carbohydrates
wander too far from the
"straight and narrow path" of
good nutrition that they become
harmful.
"THE STAFF OF LIFE"
What are the "wrong kind" of
carbohydrates?
Let's take bread as an exam-
pie the staff of life. But is it?
Dr. Agnes Fay Morgan of the
University of California stated
that modern production methods
rob bread of 30 nutrients. Think
of it! You are eating bread un-
der the mistaken idea that it is
giving you a certain amount of
nourishment, vet it is 30 nutri-


DEAR ABBY: My wife loves to cook-with wine; that
gives her an excuse to get into the wine bottle.
She's a school teacher, so her hours are shorter than
mine. When I get home at 5:30 p m. she's already had a
snootful and is making dinner [using wine, of course] so by
the time we sit down to dinner (with wine] she's already
smashed.
After dinner she falls asleep in front of the TV. The
next morning she wakes up bright and cheerful, and that
evening it's the same story
If we have no plans for the weekend, it's the same
routine-only she starts earlier. If I suggest she lay off the
wine. she becomes defensive and insists she can take it or
leave it alone But she always takes it.]
Is she an alcoholic? And if she is, how can I help her?
I hate to see a pretty, intelligent young woman grow ugly
and dull before my eyes Fortunately, we have no children,
and with things as they are. I'm going to make sure we
don't have any In the meantime, how can you help some-
one who refuses to admit she needs help?
PATIENT HUSBAND
DEAR PATIENT: It's not easy. I think your wife is an
alcoholic, but until she admits it, and takes steps to over-
come it, no one can help her. Alanon, the companion group
to Alcoholics Anonymous, teaches the mates of alcoholics to
cope with that problem. When you learn to handle It, you
may get her to help herself. It's worth a try. They're in the
phone book. Get going and good luck.
DEAR ABBY: Why do mothers teach their daughters
that when a boy brings them home from a date they should
"thank" him for the lovely evening?
After all. it's the MAN who does the asking, and if the
lady grants him the date. then HE should thank HER for
the lovely evening
I'm in disagreement with someone over this point and
want your opinion N. C.
DEA( N. C.: A lady doesn't "grant" a gentleman a
date in the same sense that a celebrity "grants" someone
an interview, or the Pope grants someone an audience. She
simply accepts his invitation. And if they both enjoyed
themselves, they should thank each other!
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ents poorer than the bread your
ancestors baked in their kitch-
ens.
"Enriched" flour restores four
of the 30 missing nutrients, but
leaves you short-changed of 26.
Which brings us to white flour,
the principal ingredient of our
"staff of life."
Nature never created a white
grain of wheat or rice, nor a
white grain of cane sugar. Such
improvements were left to the


ingenuity of modern processors.
To produce white flour (en-
riched or otherwise), three-
fourths of the minerals (plus un-
determined amounts of vitamins
B-complex and E), are sifted
out leaving only the white
starchy cells and refined gluten
of the wheat.
The same sort of i : -
takes place with sugar cane and
sugar beets which are milln "
and refined down to white cr--
tals devoid of all food valiiis "x
cept pure starch.
CAR DRIVERS WARNED
The U. S. National Safety
Council warns automobile drive
ers against overeating on star'h-
es before and during trips.
That stuffy feeling nr-,*ir.i
from a too-starchy meal cuts
down your mental and physical
alertness and leaves you wanr-
ing to doze. an extremi-ly da':-


gerous desire when one is be-
hind the wheel of an automobile.
(Rarely can one eat enough pro-
tein to produce a gorged feeling,
since the appetite is satisfied
much more quickly with protein
foods than with high starches).
The average driver has the
habit of stuffing himself on can-
dies, cake, pie. sandwiches and
sweet drinks, all easily accessi-
ble to the motorist at every


roadside stand; often he substi-
tutes these all-starch items for
regular protein meals.
Condensed from the book "Eat end
Grow Younger" by Lelord Kordel. All
right reserved. Distributed by Specialty
Features Syndicate.
Next: "Plenty of protein" not
always right; youth-protecting
value depends on quality, not
quantity, of protein foods you
select.


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MIAMI Dolphins Superstar
Paul Warfield Saturday toasted
"the warmth and hospitality of
the Bahamian people."
Warfield, wide-receiver for
the Dolphins-champions of the
1974 Super Bowl was guest
of honour at a luncheon at the
Halycon Balmoral Hotel and a
reception at Ronnie's Rebel
Room in the afternoon.
Host for both events was
San Andros, the multimillion
dollar land development on
North Andros.
Distinguished guests at both
events expressed surprise at the
size of the football hero. "I'm
sorry you're disappointed at
my size," quipped Warfield. a
new member of the Public
Relations staff for San Andros
Inc.. the internation marketing.
public relations and advertising
arm of San Andros Bahamas
Limited. Warfield is just six
feet tall weighs 185 pounds.
Charles Carter, Radio /\-.
personality and master of
ceremonies for the luncheon
and reception, flexed his
muscles and smiled, "Now who
looks like the football player,
him or me?
Warfield expressed delight at
"helping San Andros a
company deeply involved with
the Bahamian people."
He told of "a taxi driver
who offered to come back
after hours and show my wife
and me around, lie did, and we
had a beautiful time. You
don't find that sort of
hospitality in any other
country I can think of."
Peter Porath, president of
San Andros (Bahamas)



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about the functioning and fresh
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Because douching isn't practi
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Limited, welcomeId Paul
Warfield "to thle Sn Andros
team and thanked the people
of the Bahamas for "your
warm response to San
Andros "
At the Ronnie's Rebel
Room reception tor Bahamian
brokers and property owners,
Curtis Ihuompson of Berkley
Ferguson Real I state received
an award as "San Andros
Salesman of the Year."
Thompson ,on a trip to
.ndoon b, N member ot 1973,
as a saics incentive.
representing 1100.000 in sales.
S.r%.. '..i1 Woodside of
Maxwell Wooduidle Real Istate,
another San Andros broker
received a p;aque as an award
tor special achievements in
December Paul Wairfield made
both prtesentat ,ns.
Wenty Fod. Bi.hamian
Pitcher for the .tlanta Braves.
was on hand ait bith functions
in his. capiaclt. &s a public
relations statf miiemter of San
Andros Inc. BHtli thhletes are
helping in :the promotion of
San Andros in thie IUnited
States.
aii .. 1.1 co cliied his brief
speech a 'tlie B liinoral with,
"San Andros not only has
heart. you can take it from me
it's got soul. too
Honoured guests at the
luncheon included Governor
General Sir Milo B. Butler, and
Lady Butler, and Development
Minister a lfi,.t M-,v,-o,.-
After the Nassau functions.
the San Andros contingent
flew to Andros for an evening
reception at San Andros Inn
and Iennisl (luh. the new n.ime
tor the refurbished San AXndros
Hotel

Contract

talks
111I HOITEL and Catering
VWorkers Union and the Out
Island Inn. George Town.
l \ uiia. are to begin
nlegot ial ons for a work
contract at 10 a.m. on March 4
followiik-ii the signing yesterday
of an . inri'ii recognizing
the unionii :is bargaining agent
toi the hlitel's SO employees.
I'lie recognition agreement
was -igud ;il about 4 p im. in
the oftiies of Cash. IFouintain
anid ho.'. attorneys tor the
hot!
Sic!!'in tor the hotel wa,
gene.i mialnager George I1
Bla ki.lnii,.' Signing for the
union \were secretary\ Bobby
Glinton. national organizer
'houii, a Bastian and Irvin
Bodies. .i memli er of the
'eecutLi'e 'b'oaid of the union's
branch iniumber three in
Sxu nia
Ihe branch was organised
last \ ear.

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FOOTBALL star Paul Warfield was guest of honour at a luncheon held at the Halcyon
Balmoral Beach Hotel last week. From left are: Peter J. Porath, president San Andros
Bahamas Limited, ZNS's Charles Carter, who was master of ceremonies, Wenty Ford,
Atlanta Braves pitcher, who is also part of the San Andros p.r. team, Mr. Warfield, real
estate broker Max Woodside, cited for special achievements and Max Healey, general
manager of Bahamasair.

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distinction.
One of the main reasons for
his coming home was to "cut a
record". This is his "ultimate
objective". He says, "The
uniqueness of the Bahamian
rhythm is very popular. Along
with the other African based
music types of the West Indies
reggae and calypso -- the
iumpin' junkanoo beat has
influenced the songs of the
day, especially in the United
States and England, to a great
,rtent over the past five
S \ears .


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Freddie comes


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Bahamas.
"It's about time I came
home and did some things for
my people". asserts Freddie
Munnings. Jr.. a Piscean
romanticist, without the
self-conceit typical of his
music-minded coinpeers.
A warm. concerned, vital
personality. Freddie has just
come back to his homeland
after a long seven-year stint in
Miami Beach, Florida. where
he featured as a lead soloist a
smooth, melodic, second
tenor/high baritone voice
with Napoleon Reed's
Community of Artists' Co-Arts
Revue. a group of young
professionals dedicated to the
Black Arts Music and Dance
Freddie's a hit throughout
Florida. He's thrilled
wall-packed audiences with
record-breaking performances
at Hotel Fontainebleau, the
Deauville. Eden Roc,
Americana and the Latin
Quarter, among other well
known hotels in the area.
Always ready to promote
"things Bahamian" in Miami,
Freddie was both assistant
director and producer of the
fantastic 'Independence Show',
sponsored by the Miami Herald
at the Dade County
Auditorium, last July.
Besides being lead soloist for
the (o-Arts Revue, Freddie, as
an 'intern' with the
Community of Artists, also
studied vocal and music
theory.
He comments: "Everyone
speaks and everyone sings, but
not everyone is an artist .. An
artist knows the technique or
method of the singing art
whereas a singer sings
naturally. That's the basic
difference. In the Bahamas
there is much potential ... We
have many fine singers, but a
lot of them yet do not know
the technique of the art. The
voice is a very physical,
muscular thing, and like
everything else the best results
come from training".
And even though he is not
now in Miami under the
tutorship of the versatile
Napoleon Reed, who made the
transition beautifully from
smash Broadway and European
lead performances in 'Porgy
and Bess', 'Carmen Jones' and
'Finnian's Rainbow' to the
exciting sounds of the
colorful music of now.
Freddie is still studying 'the
Art'. His intention is to excel,
and all "really good artists
keep on studying".
With this exciting
background behind him.
Freddie Munnings, Jr. is ready
to launch his own career as a
solo artist. As expected, he
wants to do so "at home."
The opportunity he's been
"dying for" has been given him
by Paradise Island Limited. His
'Bahamian Debut' will be at
:he Coyaba Room, elegant
Cantonese gourmet restaurant
just over the bridge'. Opening
night is tomorrow a week's
engagement to follow thru
February 15.
"Very excited" about this
promotional venture, a niusical
introduction to the Bahamian
people. Freddie will put on
two shows nightly at 10:30
pmi and 12:30 a.ml
respectively He will be backed
by the Ralph Munnings
Composite, and Priscilla
Rollins. Bedie McKen/ie and
the Citations, resident band at
the (Coyaba Room, are to
prove ide dance music
Freddie's format for his
repertoire is variety. "to please
everyone". It includes pop.
soul. Broadway show-tunes
"!ust enough to show his
capability ". meringue and
calypso.
"You name it and I'll do it",
he says. Every time I do a song.
I try to live that song Every
song is inmy favourite ...every
show is a new experience". A
ballad singer, his style is similar
to both Johnny Mathis and
tHarry Belafonte. Yet Freddie
retains his own unique


start a


solo life

NO! Curtis Ma' l .i Our Freddie's nut dead lie's ,iie ali
kicking...and he's back The Prodigal Son has rei.aurn, to the


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NUA'U bt acres at $4.000 er


HAROLD ROAD 6 acres -t
$4,000 per acre.
Apply H, G, Christie. Ltd
Phone 2104 14
C13375
ATTRACTIVE hilltop
residence Eastern District
3 bedrooms 2 bath,, living
room, dining ruom porch,
patio, kitchen, laundry Also
charming guest suite on ground
floor. Lot 101 ft x 185 ft.
$110,000 furnished.
Desirable hilltop two tore,
residence Montagu Beachi area
2 bedrooms one bath. iivwin
room. dni;'ig roo f at!ic
kitchen, lau dr, ',Id'
bathoon. $27.000 'urn .shed
Char mr'g Cable Beach
residenrce near the se. 3
bedrooms, 2 bathroo-m iaige
livmng.diring, patio, kfhe",
laundry, carport. Lot 1.00 't
120 ft. $55,000 'urnshed
H. G. CHPISTIE LIVITF D
Phorne 21041 2 3 4
C13376
DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE
CO LTD.
Certified Reai tate Bro-'e-
Phones 211'73 5408
P. O Box N-4(-48
Nassau, Bahamai
Proudly present
SMASHING REAL
ESTATE BARGAIN S
THROUGHOUT TI .
COMMONWE ASLTi-


2, 3 and -4 BE -"OO:-'
HOUSES ir the *o ,,';


areas.

on


EASTERN POt ;
the water js ,we,


on t-he hiPl
SAN SOUC I
BLAIR ESTATES
GLENISTON GARDEN S
WINTON
THE GROVE (We--: Ba,)
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
NASSAU EAST
SEA BREEZE
VILLAGE ROAD
GOLDEN GATES
HIGHLAND PARK
PROSPECT RIDGE
WESTWARD VILLAS
C O N D O M I N U V
APARTMENTS in PARADISE
ISLAND
EAST BAY STREET
WEST BAY STREET
HOTELS and HOTEL SITES,
BEACH LOTS, COMMERC-
IAL LOTS, RESIDENTIAL
LOTS
ACREAGE FOR
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
NASSAU AND FAMILY
ISLANDS SUCH AS GRAND
BAHAMA LONG ISLAND,
ELEUTHERA, ABACO.
45 ACRE CAY IN THE
EXUMAS WITH DEEP
WATER HARBOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 or 80932 21178
P. O. Box N-4648
INavsa- Bahamar-


REAL ESTATE


Ii


C13435
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house $2,000.00 down.
Balance in 15 years. Phone
34471 after 6 p.m.
C 13469
UNFULE IJISHlIED 4 Bedroom, 2
Bathroom, airconditioned
house Shirley Park Avenue.
$46,000. Phone 3 4527
28293.
C13456
LOT for sale 100 x 100 with
two e'-ted houses Farrington
Roao west of Carroll's Food
Store Phone 59457 after 7 00


C13470
2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath
furnished house, closed yard in
Retirement Road. Call after 7
p.m 74155

C13472
MAGNIFICENT property for
sale, Lot 3, Block 26, Unit 1.
in the Grasmere .-:uoDdir ,or.
vin.q to the East of Freeport,
oi the island of Grand Bahama.
Private. M. Erde, Suite 3155.
69 West '.:, r rj -ng' .: Street,
Ch cai c Illinois. U.S A.

RUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD
ot
,:TNTON MEADOWS
dali Frank Cares
Sr 667 or 24815
Frank Carey
Real Estate
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Sts
C 13484
A WELL situated 21 acre tract
of land suitable for school,
t -.." hospital or large
housing development with an
already existing 5000 sq. ft.
building ideal for
administration office. For
information call 27612 days
42856 nights.

C13495
4.2 acres Johnson Road
suitable for small development
Reasonably priced at $21,000
Call Chester Thompson
2-4777 Evenings 3-1425 or
4-2035

L 13445
BARGAINS FOR '74
Extremely large house with b
bedrooms 5 baths unfurnished,
with 100 it. of SANDY
BEACH Out West. Purchased
for $200,000.00 now offering
for $75,000.00 NET NET Best
Buy for '74 Gorgeous views.
AN ESTATE Lake
Ci .nningham Mi'.T picturesque
views of the lake Has five
bedrooms 4 baths loads of
closet space, carpeted.
extremely lajge Plav Room-
45.000 gallon s.vir'ming pool
Furnished in good taste. Dock.
with 155 ft on LAKE
FRONTAGE Enclosed
grounds, fruited, car porte for
3 cars. See a'yt,--. we have
the key


Unoccupied.
1 5 ACRi E
C A RM I C i A E L
$6.600.00 pe acr i
farming.
10 ACRES BARCADI
$6,600.00
FOR TH BE1.ST
WiTH THE BEST


OFF
ROAD
deal for

ROAD

DEAL


DIAL DAM -:NOS
DAM ANOS
REALTY CO. LTD.
22033, 22305, 22307,
Nite l1197

C13450
UNFURNISHED FOUR
BEDROOM, two bath house
sewing room arid carport for
sale or rent Call 31671
between r a m 5 pm


C13430
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
one bedroom apartment,
I reconditioned, fully carpeted,
ST V, antenna, automatic
washer and dryer $200.00
Phone 5-8512

C13388
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly -
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely
garden and swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.

C13497
2 one bedroom fully furnished
apartments Centreville
District. Ring 5-8679 Don
Pritchard

C13473
OPPOSITE Scottish Shop,
Charlotte Street. Ideal for store
or office, large parking.
Immediate occupancy. 41476.


C13452

F


FOR RENT


SECTION


I 1


C13486
2 BEDROOM apartment
East Street south opposite
Coconut Grove Avenue. Phone
32544
C 13444
3,000 SQ. FT. OF
STORE AND WAREHOUSE
SPACE on Dowdeswell Street
Location formerly occupied by
Besco Ltd. $700.00 per month
OFFICE SPACE
DOWNTOWN
Air conditioned from 120
975 sq. ft. or more. Just $4 50
per sq. ft. Utilities extra
OFFICE AND STORE SPACE
Opposite the Paradise Island
Bridge. Rent from as little as
$131 25 per month for an
office and $208.33 for a store.
Office space available as large
as 3,000 sq. ft. at $3.00 per sq
ft. One month free rent


OAKES FIELD AREA: ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENTS,&
OFFICE SPACE.
Unfurnished $140.00 per
month.
Office space 868 sq ft.
$300.00 per r-... r,

APARTMENTS OUT EAST
1 & 2 Bedrooms, fully
furnished or partially furnished
from $200.00 per month.

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS WALKING
DISTANCE FROM TOWN
Fully furnished and air
conditioned. $250.00 per
month.
AHi enquiries on the abo.e
should be directed to:
BERT L ROBERTS
LIMITED
23177 or 23178
!-

SWANTS TO RENT
C13475
3 or 4 bedroom furnished
house with porch or family
room. 2 to 3 year lease. To
$600. Telephone 77210 home.
217C)0 business.
C13408
WANTED to rent well
located premises on Bay Street
between Elizabeth Avenue and
British Colonial preferred
ground or first floor location.
Call 2-1126 between 9 a.m.
and 5 n.m. Mrs. Johnson.

DINING GUIDE

C13179
F and S TAKEAWAY
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
Serving all native dishes
Phone 24911
C 13489
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade Bay Street
TOMORROW'S SPECIALS
e Pigeon Pea Soup
Steam Lobster.

CARS FOR SALE
C 13462
LINCOLN Continental
engine Al, body in good shape,
A/C, 8 track tape, power
steering, windows, brakes. Call
41577 after 6 p.m.
C13379
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellent
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.
C13467
SAVE $1200 on new 1973
Plymouth Duster Deluxe. Will
Take Trade. $5600. Phone
3-4527 -- 2-8293.
C13477
1972 CHEVY Van G-30 series.
Low mileage 350 V8-2 barrel.
Good condition, licensed for
1974. Priced for quick sale.
$3600.00. Telephone 55556.
C13479
1959 Rolls Royce $9500.
Phone 74295.
C 13474
1960 CADILLAC Convertible
white, all equipped minus
A/C. Best offer. 41476.

C 13480
1973 PONTIAC Firebird, 8
.months old. Perfect condition.
Automatic, power steering and
brakes. Factory airconditioned.
Stereo tape player built into
radio. Rally sports wheels.
Beautiful burgundy colour with
white interior. $6000 (ONO).
Phone 2-4698 daytime.
C13491
1972 TRIUMPH Spitfire sports
car. This car has been
beautifully maintained and
comes with hard top, soft top,
covers, radio etc. $500.
Overhaul just completed. Cost
new $4,500 plus. Bargain at
$3,000. Phone 57541.


FOR SALE


C13485
P


'ATIO SALE


Adults' and
Clothing.
"Russell's", William
Shirley Street


Children's

Street off


C13413
ONE GAS STOVE. Call
5-8803.

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

C13324
K-9 Dogs, Trained Guard Dogs
for Business Protection.
K-9 Police Doqs for
individual Protection. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed. Franchise
information available. Call
; 13) 722-6678.

C13426
ONLY TWO LEFT! Purebred
German Shepherd puppies,
$100.00 Wormed, 9 weeks
Phone 5-2509 after 5 p.m.


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

C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011.

C13412
GOOD outboard motor wanted
40 h.p. or greater. Call Mr.
O'Brien Seafloor Aquarium
36896.
C13410
37' TWIN DIESEL Sport
Fisherman. A-1 Condition.
Very low hours Ideal for
charter fishing Duty Paid. See
Dockmaster, Hurricane Hole
Marina.
C13457
28' BERTRAM flybridge
cruiser A-one condition, fully
equipped. Days 77766 evenings
77764.
C 13468
23' ANACAPRI- 160
Mercury Cruiser,
Ship-to-Shore, In Excellent
Condition. $5,500. Phone
3-4527 2-8293.

C13447
28 ft. fibreglass cruiser.
Excellent condition Sleeps 4,
private head, stove, cooler,
sink. 2 new 225 h.p.
Chrysler Marine Engines. twin
controls, ship to shore radio.
Ideal for fishing. $12,000 or
nearest offer. Telephone
2-2058 days 3-2163 nights.

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

C13487
ri".,< 'i


THE death occurred of Sidney
Asquith Sweeting Sunday 3rd
February 1974 at Princess
Margaret Hospital. Survivors
include wife Beverly, five
children. mother Eliza Taylor,
14 brothers including well
known basketball player Carl
Minns. 5 sisters and many
other relatives.

I NM
C13492


MR. BENJAMIN BRICE would
like to inform the General
Public that he is no longer
connected with the Family
Food Fair on Blue Hill Road.
He could be contacted at
Berkley Ferguson Real Estate.
Phone 2-1238 or 24913.


SI ANNOUNCEMENTS


of five years deposit and/or
foreign exchange experience in
a major money center.
Previous general banking
experience would be a distinct
advantage as would be
knowledge of a second major
language. Qualified candidates
invited to submit written
resumes of educational
background qualifications and
experience to World Banking
Corportion Limited, P. O. 9ox
N-100, Nassau.


HELP WANTED


C13466
HANDYMAN to help with
house-work, etc. $35.00
weekly. Phone 5-3605.
C13446
SPORTSFISHERMAN boat
captain. Must have 5 years
experience with diesel engines.
Permanent position. Give full
information: Worldoil, P. O.
Box N7776, Nassau.


C 13494
ST. ANNE'S HIGH SCHOOL
Entrance Examinations for St.
Anne's High School will be
held on Friday March 1st at 9
a.m. at St. Anne's School.
Application forms may be
obtained from the Junior
Schools or from the School
during school hours. Closing
date for entry forms is
Thrusday February 21st.

SCHOOLS
C 13386
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 andl
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.
C13424
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
GERMAN
SPANISH
DICTAPHONE TYPIST
CALL THE NASSAU
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS
TODAY AND JOIN ANY OF
THE ABOVE CLASSES
PHONE 2-4993. (Located at
Shirley St. opposite Collins
Avenue).

HELP WANTED
C13455
ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH
SCHOOL require for two
months full' qualified teachers
for B.J.C., Maths General
Science, Health Science and
Biology. Phone Headmaste'
22198.

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

C13505
QUALIFIED Welders and
Fitters with experience with
API 650 and pipeline work.
Must have up to date test
certificate. Only Bahamians
need apply to P. O. Box 5647,
Nassau.

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 execution.
Send resume to House &
Garden Ltd., P. O. Box N7776,
Nassau, Bahamas.
C13483
MALE Bahamian labourer
wanted $8.00 per day. Tel.
24854.
C13350
MANAGER required for Out
Island cottage colony and
marina. Must be fully
experienced in catering
industry and have ability to
train school leavers in catering.
Salary with commission,
commensurate with ability and
experience.
Apply Green Turtle Club, Box
270, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco.
C13496
DEPOSIT and Foreign
exchange Dealer required.
Appointment will be that of
senior dealer and will involve
responsibility for smooth
operation of existing money
functions, It will also involve
participation in development
of new areas of business and
supervision of professional
development of existing team
of young but enthusiastic
deposit dealers. Salary
commensurate with experience
and qualifications. Although
aqe is not a limiting factor, the
ideal candidate will be in his
late twenties or early thirties
and will have had a minimum


I liN htr 0k9'


ANTENNAS
Island Tv 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbell Club
.-4506 _
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book Shop
5-8744
BUILDERS
Richard's Construction 5-7080
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
CAMERAS
John Bul! 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
Serv ice
2-8896


HELP WANTED


2 Lhrii 'ir


7 iuTIMwESAVE T


IT


HOUSE PLANS
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-2633
LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry
2-4406
LOCKSMITH
Bahamas Lock & Key
2-4591 ext.C147
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 2-4267/5-4011

RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-4711
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 54506
SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862
TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co.,
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
WATER CONDITIONING
Bah. Water Refining
3-4351
Miracle Water
34351


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TRADE SERVICES


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C6671
FOOD & BEVERAGE
CONTROLLER: One (1) Food
& Beverage Controller. Must be
able to do the following:
a) Purchasing and control,
including cost comparison,
quality comparison, yield test.
b) Sales Control, including
menu analysis, Issue
comparisons, banquet analysis.
banquet pre-costing.
c) Beverage Control, IncludingC
drink costing, bar costing,
Inventory, issue analysis, issue
control.
d) Bi-weekly complete
statement, including full
food/beverage inventory
reconciliation of thi>
Inventory, food cost
percentages, beverage cost
percentages, bar analysis and
separate bar percentages.
e) Training of personnel In &*0
positions.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Department,
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. 0. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Phone
373 1333. Ext. 28


CLASSIFIED


TPL/AC YUR PIArUVb. DEIIP OUI-l 218 XIrTJi
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5


BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL :


DIRECTORY


Save Time





PHOI I


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FOR RENT
allowing a re-urganisation of tenancies

PRIME OFFICE SPACE
is now available
FOR RENT
in the
BITCO BUILDING


situated on Bank Lane and East Street
For full details, telephone Eastbourne Estates Ltd.
at 21161 (Mr. Graham or Mr. Marshall)


REAL ESTATE


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


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FOR TIE ATIU I*$ SIAT




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For Business And Services


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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. O. Box
6202, Nassau.

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 'Accountinq
Supervisor', New Providence
Leasing Limited, P. O. Box
N-3920, Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

C13391




Broklvg e id.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P.O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES


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

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

C 13493
ST. ANNE'S HIGH SCHOOL
P. O. Box M.S. 6256
Nassau
Required for April, 1974:-
(1) Teacher of Commercial
Subjects, (Pitmanscript.
Typewriting. Book-keeping).
Required for September, 1974:-
(1) Head of Ermqlish
Department.
2) Head of History Department
(3) Head of French
Department,
(4) Head of Comnmerce
Department.
(5) Mathematics Graduate
(6) Georgraphy Giaduate.
7) Latin Graduate.
(8) Science Graduate ,0
and Chemistry).
(9) Teacher of FI 1,
Education for Girls onld.
(10) Teacher of Art.
All subjects are taught to
G.C.E. "O" and "A" level.
Pitman examinations are also
taken in Commercial subjects.
Please send applications to the
Headmistress, Miss. R Pugh,at
the above address and include
the names and addresses of two
referees along with details of
experience and (u.iilll. 3 ,.r,
Further information will be
forwarded on application.


I C13463


1:


I


C 13390
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OR MUSIC,
Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.

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






IBAHAMA

L. .
I Classe

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

HELP WANTED
C6667
Required immediately: TWO
INDUSTRIAL RADIO
GRAPHERS' Qualified to
ANSI Level II and under API
Code. Ability to include
gammagraphic inspections of
pipe welds and pile casings
using radio isotopes. Licensed
by AEC.
Contact Mr. Rick Penn. Phone
373-1735 or write to Box
F-2533, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
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 education, she
must be able to type accurately-
and file, we prefer someone
with knowledge of Kardex-
(Stock Contro! ) but are.
willing to train one interested'
to learn.
Interested persons write to: P.
0. Box F-408, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.
C6670
CABINET MAKER: One (1I
Cabinet Maker. Must be a fully-
experienced cabinet maker,
Must have at least three years
experience in this field.
For all the above please apply
to the Personnel Department
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. O. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Phone
373-1333, Ext. 28.

C6672
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
MANAGER
Be responsible for preparation
of financial statements for all
group companies, including
complex consolidations all in
accordance with AICPA
requirements particularly as
they pertain to Retail Land
Sales. The successful applicant
would preferably be a certified
or chartered accountant with
at least two (2) years
experience with a public
accounting firm.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Co., Ltd.
Personnel Dept., Lucayan
Building, P. O. Box F-2666,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6669
CLASS "A" AUTO/TRUCK/
BUS MECHANIC
TECHNICIAN WITH HIGH
SKILLS IN EVERY PHASE
OF MECHANICS WITH
EMPHASIS ON TRANSMIS-
SIONS AND AIR-CON-
DITIONING, ALSO AN
ELECTRICAL TROUBLE-
SHOOTER, ABLE TO
INSTRUCT AS WELL AS
PERFORM. OWN TOOLS.
MINIMUM OF 8-10 YEARS
EXPERIENCE, WRITE TO
BOX F-830, JONES
AUTOMOTIVE.


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7, 1974.


ilhe Zribmtt


OK l Fi..ure.s Sr e lie. 1974. World ri.n nmt L
"Then the boss said, 'I'll bet your wife gave you the
crazy notion that you're worth more money.' "

IF" "C" i


SE...DID THE SACK I WAS CARRYING' HAVE
WE ff" IN IT ?

Brother Juniper


"I can stand here till WHAT freezes over?"


OI2 N* AL U ll
DELUDE SPIB
L80 H


24. Knitted fabric FACE RAP APT
28. GeronimoU
30. Account
31. Wrongful act
33. Abel's nephew I PDA VIERY
34. Accountant L L I
37. Peacock blue I VE ATOL
39. Small bird PIN N s I i
40. Emerson I6N S TlALL W
42. Rectify SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
44. Extravagant DOWN
45. Make amends
46. Animal track 1. Short song 3. Cupid
47. Innuendo 2. "- Abner" 4. Stroke on a


letter
9 5. Greenbacks
6. Rubber tree
7. Ivy
8. Wicked
9. Bills
10. Forty winks
12. Coronet
S 16. Hindrance
19. Denomination
21. Food staple
23. Ram's horn
25. Satisfied
S 26. Imitation gold
27. Cross
29. Generation
32. Pentateuch
34. Shank
35. Feeler
36. Choir voice
38. Thatching
grass
41. For
2-9 43. Japanese crest


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Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
"Everything wrong, as usual,*
exclaimed the Professor bitter.y.
" Including the play," murmured
the Senior Kibitzer.
North
AAK2
A7654

Sooth
J 10987
OK 3
OAK J 2
SA 4
South North
1 4 29
3 4 4
5 6 +4
est led the 410. Winning in
his hand, the Profewor decided
to test the hearts. If they were
3-3, he could spread his hand.
If they broke .4-2, one long
heart and a diamond ruff should
ensure the contract. After the
OVK, 'A and a heart ruff, East
shedding a diamond, he crossed
to the 4K and ruffed another
heart.
Next he led a trump to
dummy's 4A. Alas, West showed
out and the hand collapsed.
West Eat
4 *Q 6 5 3
0 Q 10 9 8 V J 2
OQ10 7 6 3 98
41098 332
"The diamond finesse was
wrong, too," begar. the Profes-
sor, "so.." o there was no
need to take it, or to touch
hearts." rejoined 8K. "All you
had to do was to win the first
trick in dummy, cash the OAK
and ruff a diamond high. Get-
ting back with the OK you
would ruff your last diamond
with dummy's second honour
and exit with a trump."


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Across
('lothes-cleanlin establish.
iments. (9)
limy creature. (5)
H. Delihtfulness. (9)
9. Amphibian. (4)
I:. Container. (3)
12. Dlrectloh. (5)


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN
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ICARROLL RIGHTER'S

H HOROSCOPE
from the Crroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Your ideas are
\ l / excellent now and you should make rapid
headway towards gaming the plan of action that can bring you
success over a long period of tune You can use up-to-date
methods for accomplishing your goals.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Talk over with an associate
how present routines and problems can be handled with more
efficiency Show that you are very dependable
FAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Improve on your regular
routines and increase your income Don't be so stubborn that
you lose out on fine opportunities in your grasp
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan how to get relief from a
tiresome situation that has you bogged down and worried.
Obtaim formation you need from an expert.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Engage in routines
that are important and be successful with them by not
confiding in others. Km can be of great help now,
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Allies and friends understand
your needs better now and will give you the support you need
at this time Attend the social tonight
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) If you make the right
contacts, you can get much accomplished today Improve your
health and become a more dynamic person
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have some excellent ideas
and should put them in operation quickly or you lose out.
Engage m group activities you enjoy
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Make sure you take care of
your obligations before you make improvements at home
Find the information you need to make progress
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Listen to what a
clever associate has to say today and benefit by the advice
Handle correspondence and make out vital reports
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You need to make more
money and you find that a bigwig can be very helpful in
showmg you how this can be done Show appreciation
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) You are inspired to gain
your cherished aims at this time Use the social avenue to
achieve greater success and happiness
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You have to use your finest
judgment to gain the data you need. Some of your desires
should be eliminated. Show that you have wisdom.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will have
excellent ideas of an inventive nature and should be accorded a
fine college education to bring out the practicality that is
needed to make them workable Your youngster will be bored
with whatever is old-fashioned, but will appreciate the
never-changmg ancient basics Religion a must here
"The Stars impel, they do not compel" What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU'


L- ------- ------- (iS7;"
White to play; what's his best
move-(a) 1 P-R6 (b) 1 K-Kt3
or (c) 1 K-Ktl ? This tricky
endgame is a composed position
by H. Rtnck. but similar situ-
ations often occur in play.
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master; 20 seconds, chess expert:
1 minute, county player: 2
minutes, club standard: 5
minutes, average: 10 minutes.
novice.

Chess Solution
Sc) is right. White's king
blockades the black pawn before
pushing his own forward. I now
I . K-Q5 ior K-Q7: 2
K-B2); 2 P-R6, K-K6: 3
K-Bl! (not 3 P-R7? K-K7
and draws) and Black's pawn is
stopped while White's will queen.
'a) is no good because of I
P-R6? K-Q7!; 2 P-R7. P-B7;
3 K-Kt2, K-K7 and both sides
queen a pawn. (b) fails to I
K-Kt3? K-Q5!; 2 P-R6 (if 2
K x P, K-B4). K-K6; 3 P-R7.
P-B7 again with a draw.


13. Unit In the wood. (4)
14. Meet. (3)
16. Dismnllty. (3)
I. Waved. (5)
19. Cleverness. (3)
20. Contends. (4)
l1. Flnlheo.(4)
22. Osculate. (4)


Down
1. Mislaid. (4)
Routed out. (9)
3. Digging labour (9)
4. Cold sweets. (3-6)
3. Follow. (5)
a. SubJect of dark thoughts.
(9)
7. DIve.
to. Add coal
to the
tire. ( 5)
(s)
I5. S a er-
lor. (4)
17. 0 n
(4)
18 Wronx. |E5 l
do In a.
(3) YtIilrdaly'l solilton


Rupert and the Jolly Holly-6


'Tchal It must have been youl There's no
one elm about I" The first Gomnie ia sti
Sylry "Thi happens to be Jolly Holly--he
only bush of its kind In Nutwood-alnd you
ihrow it way. You ought to be ashamed."
' But you're making a mistake I" says Ruprt.
SI'm not to bame-ooh, what have you done
to my boots 7" He looks down to find his


toe-caps have been painted dark blue I
" That' to make sure we know you nMxt ttnm
you waste Jolly Holly," says the Gomnie with
the paint-pot "t's precious I Oon't you
know that anyone who hangs Jolly Hotly in
his house will always be happy? Its becauS
of the Merry Berries. Now off you go and
behave yourself I" ASL RAunT MIaRAVEO


-- UN W maw)
I words of
SU four letter
or a mo can
on makec
SfronI the
S L better* sown
here? In
making a
T C wortd. each
Setter ma T
be used once
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
lest one eight-letter word In the
lit.L N plural*. no foreign words;
s Jroer names. -ODAVY'S
TARET : l1 words. good
II wants very rood. lo words.
ex"UOnt. 11101 tomorrow
t asru I'SIOiUTION :
DemOs deamy deny derm doer
dm0e- done doSe d4re drone dyer
dyne aooal meO" made modern
mney m~e sOM node nose
a naer nOMnea sot ier
emn..nson oMe sUoSndei
mn 5 uYNDKRO.SK velne aorm.


NATURALLY SHELL SCREAM
AND HOLLER AT YOU, BUT
YOU SCREAM RIGHT BACK/


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


WORD

ZLE


CROSS
PUZ
ACROSS
1. Woe is me!
5. Down quilt
10. Violation
11. Girl's name
12. Clothes maker
13. Russian
revolutionist
14. Mineral suffix
15. Stream
17. Transportation
18. Termites
20. Consternation
22. Charges


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BFA confirm fine on Paradise and lacoppi ban


By IVAN JOHNSON
THE BFA'S decision to
fine Paradise F.C. $50 and
suspend Paradise pliNer
Guilano lacoppi from all
competitions for the rest ol
the season was confirmed last
night at a general meeting of
the BFA.
The matter was brought
under review at the meeting
following an appeal to the
BFA by Paradise coach. Pepi
Tirelli.
Tirelli felt that both the
$50 fine imposed his club and
lacoppi's suspension for the


JUBI NATION:
Aquinas College
cheering squad jump
for joy in the wake of
their senior boys
pennant victory in the
I n t e r -sc ho last ic
basketball series.


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rest ol thie season \ 'it.r
unjust.
The SSO fine and
suspension were imposed b\
the BI A Disciplinary
Committee after referee Chief
Inspector Cyril Joseph had
filed a report to the BFA.
concerning the behaviour ol
lacoppi in a Sunday League
game against BFA League
leaders, McAlpine on Sunday
Jan 27
lacoppi was put under
arrest for the use of obscene
language after he was ordered
off the field by referee Cyril
Joseph for a foul on


M line'ss Richard Baptistei
In the confusion that
followed. Paradise players lett
the field and the game s as
abandoned. Joseph dropped
the charge against lacoipp
shortly\ afterwards but not
before the player had been
held by four policemen tot
10 minutes.
In a statement made to the
Tribune after the Bl A "
decision to impose a i 0 Iine
on Paradise C toor walking
oft the field and to suspend
lacoppi. Tirelli said Paradise
would withdraw from !ie
BFA Sunday League unless


the BFA lifted lacoppi's
suspension and withdrew the
S50 fine.
Tirelli said "The players
had no alternative but to
leave the field and Joseph was
wrong to use his powers as a
policeman over a player
whilst refereeing a BFA
game."
However, following today',
announcement that the fine
and suspension were both
upheld at last night's meeting
Tirelli said this morning that
he had no comment to make
on the decision.
It is believed, therefore


that Paradise will now not be
withdrawing from the BFA
Sunday League as previously
thought. They are presently
placed third in the League
table with 9 points from 8
games.
McAlpine head the table
with 14 points from 8 games
and Red Lion are second with
13 points from 7 games.
It was also decided at the
meeting to suspend the
Sunday League and the
Saturday League Knockout
Cup. until further notice.
This decision was made in
order to give full priority to


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By GLADSTONE THL'RSTON
H I: ADMASII R Andrew
('urry is a manll ttt w words
"TIhese gus, along with !the
best coach are tie greatest ga% i
in the whole wide world You
can't beat then anywhere." he
contlmnted proud! u lI hi
senior bo s sltqu.d
He' had a righ l bef eaitcd
YesterdIi hits \quinaIii
Ct.. g \ 'U.isdeCr ther
su per t si.'- l c J seteranl
(;errsI. Harp'.r .ishicJ R
Baitle' Iiglh -0-4 ciiltirin?
the Int'er t otS.. ti Scenmor'
Bo'ys hasket !lrl Pen intnit while
preserving prr'ect ;Ci'rd itn
tell 2.: 'll A,,
(oingr inti '" t) I'e st ol three
chainpiunsh;i ;- ti!ns whtilt i
begin IMo-'di.s: t h ji' s, Jr \.tes


tace the fourth place teamr 4
o'kwok al tthW' \ F \dderies
d iII
Ied in th i -rin g b) team
caplai ('litli rd R.1ih1 inpg and
guard Prtin, c lcepbitrn who
burned i 3 .i ld I points
respect tivels rhi .Veis took a
30- 1I ha' tnn iiimmand
before criisint'. I.t ,it. CasS got igl
victor\
Baile' tih h Is the ,il\ leaMi
this season So i'.. w\tilhin 20)
points ,ut th.' \.cs
It w a nisI ltik, ),ch Il aipc'r
w as sa. in;, i 1 A g. ''c r
got a loi ': l depth a1r1d
evers !hod\ ditl renll p s ..! i
'I'es te lJa a its' pla ers
we're down with tin cold "We
had them rthem ] O' .t li tle I'lt


NOTICE

NOTICE .t ri.,tf!r.. Ivr-n that f OTiOS MOUSIS of
Chalotltr St,' e 'r sJaua Ba hania', is ipplyingq to the
'.intst.j r i.'sp.,' sbi f.' Na tionialify ind ( Ittizen hip. for
naturalistatior-,f jas li j -'f uf The Bdhda-it .ir:d that any
person who ii.ws aj"'; I"-son why rnat i,1iirat' irn Shtold
not be grantt-d 'hi.,-,ld r' a written ari ,i'qr,.rd stateni l it
of the facts ,vi't i '.vint -ight d(ay. r ti. 31st dray >f
January to Th'e '., st.r t ponsibl' f.,i NSt. jat r a.nd
Citizenship P O B- N7:47, Nassau.



NOTICE
'NOTICE herct ,ejven that (CLINTO4N ALE XAFNl)ER
HISGGS of F q-' M !i '- Rock Grand Baharin is pp'lv,'yrJ to
the Minist, t pf.'s, sible fio Nat,''nality .and ( itizerihp, for
registration i t it .ein if tihe Bahdr.i.a .ird that ,ia y
person wh.i .'..wS Arny 'eJJiso why leqltAatio r shrulid not
be granted ,h i 'f d -,';d r ir*ttte' jind srl'trd ,starj',t Ptitt of
the facts wAiit twenty eight days 'rL'tm the jlsr day of
Jan. 1974 The Mir nister responsible for Natianalityv and
Citi'ensfip P- 0 Boox N71417 Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE |< hereby given that KENNE TH W BOOTH of
Creepcit Bahamas ,s applying to the Minister !espoi)sible
for Natiornality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas. and that any person who kn rows any
reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 31st day of Jan 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citifziship, P. O
Box N7147, Nassau



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BETTYANN MEDLEO
LIGHTBOURNE of P O Box F-983, Freeport, Grand
Bahama is applying to the Minister responsible for
Natior ality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
71e Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 31st day of Jan 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. O.
Box N7147, Nassau.


and then lust pil sIome'bhody
else int to take their place and it
\ asin'l anI \ I(ss ot strength.
Ihatis whait makes the
difference in rite camn.," said
coach Harper
lie feels prolabl, the first
half of their mn.tch against the
then undefeated (C Sweeting
Ilighl was the bhest the\s played
anytirme this year B l then the
A5.Ces went Ion it stop Sw'eeting
High 7" S 3
"')vCer a seit)l.n, the t'Ceam is
going to make I lot o(f mistakes
iand tihe\ re going tt have
somtie good sports and some' bad
spots oetr thit maI:i games,"
hlc added
.lamces (Clarke topped the
nov, fourth plaice Bailey High
with 13 Stephcn Btt.'lhel added
10
I ed in the )opening minuttll. lilies
otf the firsIt Ituirtr b, forward
Reggie 'ifrs', i til, ptl I mllaker
guard Barr\ "\1,ssah" Smlith
opened thuir opprionenlts'
defetnce, th'e \ look lite lead
early s r ntl nc et a t i tilit'
look d like 1 gI1ri g it upp
Beinnet I)a\s O twh aptiured
a torlal of I 1 irbortnds tcamedi
delenslic e bld'
I'sing the ? I 2 /lto' and uill
ourti pti -,-, tim nt e l i\et' tile
A,\ces forced IfInough t rInor ersk
I,, IJke a IIt Id liad h C l ie end
I11t ti ll"nii i LnerV t1',% ,
Baile\ tI II t 's ira h \Anlto"n
Bl i\\n twllmicd tliha Ills team
had ,a ihincs ii topping the
A .es 1 lthe\ Itlilci' ) Io ld gl\t
tllil added hustle Alter the
gii'i "\we l.tI k, cd that 1itea
',pI i[ t." ", ie i" il l
IIt was is tinse A\ eCs tlook
evet'r\ tiling a, i\i Iitrom tlemn
lihe second Ii I tit: r saw
Ral iinng and I1in' le Iiepldiiun
making r hiare' pacing lthe Aces
14-i ont i BIales inr thla
quarter
Ihis rall\ orl ir d itl ro iglu
the l ll i pelt' d as t
champions i Lon litled ani
eas goring tiiioientut t lol penint
a collinunding 2'' I point lead
48 217
AlIll ougi he miight hb sort
in sIatire. I)an I dgttcombe
worked lthe oardts 'eill
snatching a total ol I I
rebounds going into ll t iiiale l
Ihepurni was .it tlie head of
man\ kes turnovers With
)Da is' additional reloiindi ng
power, lie took lie lead ton the
last break incrrc.sing the Aces
7 |11 wilh four minutes left inl
flie galne
( like and Bethel joined in a
late rail, ftor Blley Fligh which
did nothing butl break ihe 20
point gap.
Heading for the
championship title. "Make
wai,. clear the track all the wa\


back, he\ people, hey '
\light\ Aces are
tihrough"i tlthe\ cheered
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lou, the in other hlilh school matches
Ctll vrgslesterday. Irexel Hepburni scored
n two tr'ee thro\iws in the tinal mnitiies
ofi tie glmrri gi'inig P'rllnte illiamsnis
High a 42-41 ilnr\ ovt r
governmentt High Scl.ito)
St. Jotihll' t'lltege delnatled

I to
I ,,,I d 'tenidilln cha i l' Sl.'( A UgUSlitne's
College 4.1 40 (' t" S\eting Iligh
stopped St.l Annc h6) 46
( ) Standing.s: AStllnns I1 0. S\'etlling
0 10 7 1. St Johin's 7 I. ( ,.'erni :,t
1 2 High 3 .. Unilc\ HighI S4., A,lt.-rie\
I 2 lig l 4 5. St *\, i ti '. 3-6,
i) 1 I I'rint.' W illialims, .3 < t, 1 A rinte'st 2 7.
i 0 I W 'l'l tngl 2 7. (i)U'e 0I .\
0 1 decision is still iaw nili l n tihe St
0 Johlln s Sw eetini iailie
in t(milorrow\, I lll, fh r pla\ ani
2 3 1 rtlh P rince \ ill phi\ .\ddirlct
2 6 igh nt thie (.1 (.il',so I \ Youni
4 10 pli\ Hniles High at llth 1) w\ Datis.
I ,fi .Sweeiilig I igh pi' \ (x I S at thir
1 2 *A I dtlrrlte ( t ni. im John',i pla\
I 0 O (lleei 's nl til R M. bt!iit! (;\ in.
4 illnd St Atigustine's pli\ St. Anr's"
I 0 it Aquinns.


preparation of the national
squad for the Central
American and Caribbean
games.
The national side will
undergo the last of three trial
games for the games against a
Select XI on Saturday.
The Special Olympic
Committee, set up to decide
if the side merited being sent
to the games, will announce if
the side will be sent to
represent the Bahamas at the
games, on Monday, February
II.
Meanwhile, under the
presumption that the side will


GIBBS


be sent national coach Dick
Wilson said today that in
preparation for the games his
team is scheduled to play two
games against Florida
International University on
Saturday/Sunday 16/17 Feb.
in Miami, and a game against
a Freeport Select XI on
Sunday Feb. 24.
However, if the committee
does not allow the side to be
sent to the games, the Sunday
League will be resumed as
normal on Sunday Feb. 17.
The Games begin on
February 27 in Santo
Domingo.



SOBERS


PORT 01 SPA.IN The
West Indies dismissed MCC(' for
3O2 in their second innings
here Wednesday leaving the
home side to get 132 to WIv;
the first Test of the curr.nti
series.
"I he MC('(C rinlrin ended
shortly aftci the tea Inteisal on
the fourth day of the fi e d.ia
test with (ibbs claiming tlhe
last two wickets and .an
ana lysis of six for 1 O.
Garfield Sobers loin'ed I. ak'
ihhbbs to set West Indies on the
road to their first cricket test
victory in the Oval grtounl heIre
since 1962

West Indies won by seven
wickets (132 3)
England, 201 tor tone
overnight and on t 328 withll
only one wicket down. weil
caught bty slpinnei Sorhers and
(;tlibs during the period
between lutriich and tca
I ngland were 378 tor 5 at.
tea
S,obers took three 'i.ckets
for 15 runs in 14 overs to put
West Indies back in lthe galice 1i
one of the imost devastating
howling spells seen in a lest
here since Jackie Noreiga.
whipped out the Indhi.ns in
1971.
Amiss scored 174, including
19 fours.
A magnificent throw by
Kallicharan from about two
yards from the muid wicket
boundary) right into
wicketkeeper Murray's gloves.
ended lDenneCss's inlingsll after
lunch.
l)enness. oln 44 matter battint't
123 minutes, hit to the
outfield hut was not quick
enough to reach home before
Kallicharan's throw The score
was then 328 for 2
Sobers, bowling his left-ann
orthodox spin, teased and
turned andr with the score at
328 surprised Amiss with a hall
which did niot turn The
atsmran. bal in air. swas gi\en
out Ihws. Amisils, 174, had
hatted 400 niltnutes and struck
I Q fours, ot 422 detlieries
I Te altternl 'tonl's plat was
spit s,\dter open shotlyifs
,I terse wards. When Sibers
trapped I letcher into smoking
to slip where Row\c look a
sharp catch I'letcher had not
scored.


G.M. & SONS PROMOTION



BOXING
TOMORROW NIGHT R.M. BAILEY HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 1974 AT 8.00 P.M.
Featuring 2 OLD TIME PRA PRA MATCH
4 JUNIOR AMATEUR BOUTS


8 ROUNDS
MIDDLEWEIGHT BOUT
Shemin Johnson
Irs
K.O. Grant


10 ROUNDS
HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT
Bob Freeze


ACTION



PACKED

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Carl Baker


Boston Blackie
Heavyweight Champion of
the Bahamas
and the West Indies
I's
Dave Matthews
1969 U.S.A.
A.A.U. Champion


Ringside

General A

Children


$7.00


Admission S5.00

Under 12: $3.00


Now came G(reig. who tbega


Wvih Iwo hits, and then looked
on as, Ilayes dragged a ball onto
his wicket to give Sobers his
third wicket in this spell.
Ilhe score ot live for 341)
meant L ngland. at one timel
32S for the loss of one \\wckel.
had lost four while 21 runs
were scored At this stage.
Sobers had taken three wickets
',ith 15 deliveries for tonl two
!'r ns

Knott. last of t1nglanid's
reliable batsmtient, .was now
I ;reg's partner and Kanhlai
rang sl iflt changes at tihe
pavilion end (ibbis. BoL e,
All
Karnlai rested Stobelcs alt te
the superstar had been howling
for 80 iniuLtes. during vwhihi
lie look three wsickets ior 15
runs in 14 ocIs, six ti t iitm
111rife nitS
Fnigland's nex\t wicket tell at
306( when Greig swas
clan-r-bowled for 20.
Gibbs struck again and
again, taking a return catch
from Old to make it seven for
378 and right on teatime he
had Pocock caught by
Fredericks at shortleg for a
dick to make it eight for 378
( \P)


SAT. 9th FEB.


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from HttI 111 pl.ilC
Ir I 'to sIe pL\ .I
lto .i stlir''"Its! "i


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Danny Stuiblis l.ivings'ton .
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DOORS OPEN 7:45 RM.


MAIN EVENT
Greatest Tag-Team
A:% 1r icin-ll- 1 llli all
sensations alBahanian
GRAPPLER &
Amncriciin
BLACK ANGEL
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SCORPIO 1 & 2 U.S.A.

Semi-Final
PRINCE
.. KUKUKIA
fronm Htwaii
-vs-
Unbelievable
MASK DEVIL
Im (Fla.)


LESTER KENNEDY Protege of Dr.
(Fla.) -vs
WILD GOOSE (Bahamnian)


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BLACK BEARD vs-SUPER PLUSi( 1;ih)
Referee DR. JACK


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BIRDLAND
MT. ROYAL AVE. & CARE ST.


CHILDREN (under
GEN. ADMISSION
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rsday, February 7, 1974.


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title,

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