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P BOX 5850 PHONE 2-1306/2-3237

*,Rcest,-rpd with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage
VOL. LXXI. No. 65


hIu


Wrtibunt


concessions within the Bahdm.s) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


Friday, February 8, 1974. Price: 20 Cents


ISLANDERS GO OUT TO WOO CANADA


OI 'ia bhers (t tihe Statei
( oti'CiIl l the (aribbeai
- lnds have been touingg
swi\ ('ainada, luhobbying
'Icc ec!'tC;llh to persuade
Canaldiails to don the pith
hr.lnit' t Ot tli'c toloniscr. The
Dails felegraph reported on

I he proposal h; State
O Icor in ebers 1ra
l,i oiore, a hotel owner. and
Nomarrn Saunders a hotel
i- i nl:I '. i thai the i urks
itid ( a os islands should break
'.ai fr- m BntL ini ani d oflei


the. ,'eles. white beaches,
oconurIt palms, i la fittish 1Id
conchs, plus 10,249
inhabitants as Ottawa's first
colony
And the idea has already
progressed to the point of a
Private Membher's Bill in the
Canadian IHouse of Comnmons
Mr Max Saltsman. a
in cm hIber of the New
Dteiucrat L party repr esenting
a constituency in Kitl ener,
:Ontario. has tabled a bill
calling for the establishment o(d
a commmiittee to studs tihe
easihility of bringing tilhe


lurks and Cailos Islands into
con federation as counties of
Nova Scotia
I' ro m the oft icial
standpoint, htie word "'colony"
has yet to be inerltioneld.
reports the Itlegraphir although
there are qualms about the
"imperialist tonnlottion" of
tihe plan.
But says Mr Saltsman.
Unless tile islands associatee
themselves within a much larger
and stronger economy.rtr there is
no hope for them "
And he said that public


$200,000







from casi

By NICKI KELLY Ainmusmcents at Ireepmort said
THE CASINOS at Paradise Island cotlipany was aware oi te increase in
fee. Asked if lie did not think the incr
and Freeport, Grand Bahama have exorbitant, he said he was not ptepa
had their gaming licence fee ,, cl>n,,iut until the "entire packager
increased from $1,000 to $200,000 changes swas known.
annually. Viewed in this context the tnew
I t I !i. ' t ss',. s i it waIss ide bv iig ht not b e regarded
i i .1.P li i t .;'.'tittni nthel' I' t l itip rlio liatehe added.
i. :,- ; i i ,\ t .t and .i d i Ithe g overiment annoutncced
h-i ll hiA._ Irdni,ls.\. ebruary I ., November last year that it propo
: i :;' uit : t! stan ld that revision l kinlt over the ownership
i n;- iKC t._ ; *. ;iIc tiS ii s c t'lail nianagetient of the casitinos romin 1
.irticipatt'd illad istl ,l s to bl e nade in the when their licenses expire.
tI ills Ii!lder \5,iicl; the i\ r asrinois I he official slatemient has product
I)t nle' stolin 1t controversy. The Bai
A sjtoke--'ini ii Bahamias Church niinbering some 5(.00(),


SOLOMON T ax ift ma

WANTS

BREAKDOWN investment

OF CRIME b 1 R11 R' MOVAl hb tie deter a rising f
United States Governmrent last bond issues oni
FIGURES week of tile "interest inarket hb mala
Ceqti.Il/ition tax" on purchatr l set< loliC cost
A BRILAKDOWN of the ott foreign stocks and bonds bh\ lveslt'si
nunimber of indictable crimes Aimericans may resulIt i a l lie t\. at i
i n1 s l i nlg v violence, ullptirn in U1 S investor e'nt i1t had thet n t ctitI
housebreakuig or burglary tile irhamas tihe pLce of nthe
during 1972 and 1973 has It should eTi Iouraige greater 1,erseas i Lestli
been requested bv Free particIpationi I local residents ,cen a \ ear
N nationall Mo emener it itli I S iInvIestors inl could beh sCe
repre sentrat ive Norman netl\ tilirmed erni erprcs',. i also. mis \iiniiiii b\ tih
Solonmon (St. George's). according to a sp) kesma.n for l I t ee'k'
Mr Solomon Wednesday the Bahairias i itonetan lthe cdrbs 0 otll
tabled a nuniber of questions Authoni)ril\ lie marked in
in the House pertinent to the I1 thd i bccn i 'el trhat tlhe i nlied St.
country's crime problem and i t'It i rIc in t I ri 1 B a alia n I rd de i t lt ll 10
reports that C.I.I) staff were copt)ratioiis b, residents ot i1alai'n.e c o
working far beyond their tle Hah'nlia, \s was discouraged p ,i \ i 1 t s ,
noinial schedule, bi the la\ Ni i\, nho\\c'\er, strenliglineintlg o
SMr Soloimon has asked with the i S nIrket open i ,.o the witotldt I
that the breakdown be given tiins.ictionls in tile wtci.itles it iuarkets.
in six months periods for the Bahitlan'11 i o poralionit s lhe I' S G
two years and including without I lsuch a l'\ tl e si/ of week also itC
January 1974 te ar 4 t S ket should .i ssire a other piror minln
He also wants to know newV execution i )1 purlichases I I 1 1f
how many of these crimes and sales 1)Department nit
hase been prosecuted and 1 te IUnited States move w ill controls on Lt
how many are still tinder probably e nhanct e the dollars for di
acli e investigation attractiveness of incsting inll im esitenit abro
In response to reports that B ahami 1i anl ecirtC b\ 1 I 2 I Ie I
C.I.D. men or officers are foreigners d rtrug rr it esitdenlts oft lle' Btaid IdSti 'ks n")lru
working a seven-day week. 12 BahaIllas a Bahalilas I e'stria ts oni0
hours a dar. Mr. Solomon has Int'forniation setI ices release e abrIIadi r
asked Home Affairs Minister cdlains I S I rea,
Darrell Rolle. who has The ta\ and oithicr controls,, (;cotirgc) P Schu
responsibility for the police, had been posed inll rC'slpnnse nt tt i t ne nitlC.1
to say whether this is true. to recturin g deficits ill the I S oll to
In addition hie wants to blilan.ce of p 5 eicilts shilch inl \'lit' nsc In t il l
know what is currently the began i s eiarll ais ltnc lact States, but i
normal weekly work schedule lt50s
of C.I.D men or officers and llie interest equanli/altiot
whether they are paid nejasul re t \ ,is .idopttd b> l it
overtime P'esitdeln Kelmllcd n I 1')0 t1 i1


Union men meet Pindling


A I) F l. 1 AG .I I ) N
epItes it i. isix nmember-
unionl s on tlie 1 fade U n'ion
( onigr'ss i I11 ) met for an
hio r and 15 tin uites ntllh
Priie Min cser 1 \ ndcnil )
Pit g a week ago to ditscuiss
tallng`s In labour laws,
ci)-operattle society legislation
and workers' education, a TIt'
press release said
I Irehe tC Vas asked to put
its vew s oni te various mat ers
t writinr g for further


GARDEN
I FOUNTAINS



LYISU AMANI FR NilE
NASSAU FREEPORT'


con sideIationt ll
Po intds discutsssed were
re oitgnsation oI t he Labour
Mini str i affilation within
ovi li se.s ui nionls, eullforce'tr ent
Iot thlie 'iir 1 abour Standards
Act. the need for legislation to
regulate co-operative society ies
and credit banks, and the
possibility of scholarships to
aid worker education iIn
co-operatives atnd industrial
relations, and thie need for
educational seminars.
Attending the meeting with
M r Pindli n g were
representatives of the Bahamas
Union ot Teachers, the
BaTel('o branch of the Pubhlic
Services Union, the Brewer)y
Dairy and Distillers Workers
Union, the Musicians and
Ilntertainers Union and the
Hotel and Catering Workers
Union.


MR CLI'1 1 N Matnalud.
Minister o t tourism. has been
presented with the "Man of the
Year in VWorll I oirnsmi d\\ arid
SI) Di lcitl/ Pat/ak, cha.rntaln
of the Awa its (Com ittee of
\Worldh Iavel I)gest, the North
Ame ncrican tradCe publication
that gaet' lie honour
WorIld I avel Digest has
mnad two sinmular presentationsr
to individuals who have made
signiticanlt contributions to
world tourism.n Ilhe first was
presented in 1971 to
'ene/luelan Director iol
tourism, D )r iego Arria.
Mt Maynard, third
recipient, received the honour
because of his "scientific
approach io the problems of
international transportation,
his practical contributions to
the development of travel and


r e a c t 1 u n h .1 hI e It tL
'phenl T n nr)tI l" 'n veI'I o ce
seem s to Ithirk it Is a t'rrrtic
idea '
One of tire pe oinlli iit.i d Ir
tihe island ielribhers l i' isel\e
IS that lurks aind (i.iis irt
400 miles Jose' ( )ttaw,
than VanTcouer
But tihe rd i Is r t s wIhiilitl
its critics Said one Nita Scotia
goverinm nt tiIil .] "tlar i n't
W e g dt k, eiI r)>'hL i 1 ) .il Is t
Soreriody should l net\x Mr
Saltsrl an to tI e (I iale
islands "
Mr, \Iitc1Iell Sliarp trlt


spin


fnos


ills
the
ease

otl

fee


ini
osed

97X,

cd a

lhas


gone on record as io,)pposscd l ,,,t'.iili
in any tolii, and sVailline t ,1 i t i might
witllhdraw its support ot tlie goi\clinmen l it
it persisted in its plaln It 'l p ipecuate
casino gaming.
Finance Ministei A thu Hlannia noted
at that time that tlie ntrc rnmellent
itenclded to introduce a i rvi'S< J i tiintl
i imull tla fot casino Cailllni nt' li I'
nlc\t two yVeaits.
The last change in the c as, tax w'as
mailed in 1971 when .dll "s in i's p
it S17 million we l ia\c p' / ei c
swith 10 per cent payable ,im aillS ci s
over SI 7 tmillitn.
Estimated levenute lnrt tli' c.i u is in
1J 73 was $.3 million.


y spur



in Bahamas


thec

tk


of "oreign
New Yolk
the bonds
Al!inell ican


nt nin1 ilnit rates.
ect o I inc easing
c I l lo!la lort
i'nti b\ 1' pei
However, latest
t below that
it i P tIsIdcnl
witihdiawal ol
rned because i o
nrprotvelmentl int
!tes balance t

ed i '. n.'er a nII d t iI
i h tle Jtllar in
t'reigLi '\ drha ln ge

ii\ e'rnnrent last
' miIlnateid two\
iets
he (CotleiW e
S elalorale
h lie outf'low o
rect corporate
'ad
ctrei~l Reserle
Liar plan lor
bank lending

lur\ Sec etiar\
It/ si.\ s tice end
shout d 1ad not
llmole foreign
the I niled
, tlsc ol iIoreLI


A Cin tlm 111 C Ii IC e'I I i
de eloped mii l duec'" 'i'.L'!'

oetiutries ts -
S e 11 r I I I c s
II IAn s C a1 enc 0 ,





I t iLe I le i i l k CII ,
I t -snll lll T l i Ii !
t Ih ii is i ide I I
In I\ etsa s lt5 l tIII in l's \ i
ss in rtil o i iifp.i i re tl i i ,i
i ]\i s r strI j nit! ttris l ,i I N

N il I Ih' l s 'I,' s lit t l, s i i
-, lu i ines s i tsh Iin t !, ,' i\
outi lcs 1Ub tc' t i ',i
Butt I S I reasu.l l
slht)o ed ithat rl a t rtI Jdl i ,r111i1 -
tuindls tIrom tile [ S 'i
Bahli.usin .is and tiBcri ii .! "
ine sup>i pl ieC s l t utitl s t r ,'T i.
ecit ri t r.innsac tio 'ls, Rep' i
capital Itansactions ti-nit -
thie L S and Bermuda ai'd tii,'
atih.aiias between 1 'lii n, t
I l' rcsui lt ted i ll 1 tI t ,'' ,,i'

I lulled States
\t lhi enl d i l 1 I I ,
dlet it r is i n ki I 11 ,i
(aiiit iinlbore a I 'iik sill e >'l
l o s e t o S 2 b i il i ,n v'!* '
perhaps about 40 pe- t'll '
th l B r lat g i th".' I !
and Berniiudd


gii' 0 .;
pet,


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ti ) ;


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tlte I I:'
btlr ) i n '


i ,.id i! .aI s ev' ent .
S li ira it on

'.1'i 'lti' \ei' s of the


' !I" J' L ( J Iu. t V( 'k C 111C t tl
I t ', Bit a ,ie;itre ,1 ilt' stite
,1. 0 .'* lit ct i il/ in I irks said "This
'* f 't lil!s inH ,;i] '.,c is gciucd

*' r it l.' tic,' i n il tii:e Is a erowitrg

S'"', t al ; \iinte i nt thet' urks and
'. 0.' ( 1-1', ]s!.i,.l 1 t ile l urks and
* ; 'l l' 1' 1'' lteh i l 1 t ....is lor tilr
In h i oii .L q- tirr the
'"- li' i s tllatm l l ti ile lt urks aIind
i" ,.ll rc sa1. I si. s J ,d part ot the
r 'i led Bah.inlli s


I want to go



home, says



robbed visitor


\ NtORW,-(l\N vSistor
camein t( Nassaut o() Janilarv
27. was robbed :it gunpoint
on WIednti tdai\ liitirili6 tlhe
first i ir lie liid eve'r Iwen'i
held up lit ;i litcli e ()t sworll
travel as a seaman and wats
otiday trying to \i'it hi
'a'aicati In 1 1 shor-i .iin b1 2 k
liliint,
BJORN S-SNDBIoIII. a
guest at tlie ilBuen;t \is on
Dr Lin :Nv Ste( i ;',, o v1 er
.. 210 in .1 pair )lr ,r1rvnV d
youths l il the crner ,t)
Delancev mind Weest Streets at
ab ullu tt I, i . I I 'i- ii ;ri .
hie w "as alkmi ,i k i- his
hot el ITrom l til Sheratoni
Biihiilh ColoniAl \wVhin rt I
hadl been hatingt i night olut

O)ne ol lle votiihts holhi
o! whoilu were black
fahalmi.is t hien late v tfiI tiC s
was armteld ili e'IcliIer a'
'a rsotl in or i ii tie. \i
Salndbech lis 111 ceLt 1:1111
Swh it chi

lhei N, t t'giair siivs he
iitrina) ll\ i i a ies iI o in)rt
lhal S 10 s;0 1,40 1 N tll himi


but on Tuesday he had just
been to the bank to change
some Danish currency.
iHe had between S220 and
S230 with him when he was
robbed.
Mr. Sandbech said he
arrived in Nassau Jan. 27 on a
2.2 45 day excursion aboard
international Air Bahama.
Yesterday lie telephoned the
airline to find out whether lie
einllh lease before the
\piratio of the m inimun
22 days. and was told no. But
I"- told The Tribune that
todai\ hei was going to the
I AB of ices to see whether he
could get into any empty seat
on an earlier flight
The robbery "spoiled all
miy vacation," Mr Sandbech
said, "I have been ai seaman
aniid Ie been all over the
world and I've never been
robbed before."
Police Commissioner
SAirthiel Thompson told The
ii ibune on Jan. 30th that he
hoped to have the recent
crime wave licked within the
rIe\t si\ weeks


New flights to Cape Eleuthera


h \tH \\ \- \ \ l:
t, ,"l t' i I,




\ l i !
." ii i it ,' ,


'.1.' :! ; 'hls t ':! the ( ape I h'tithera
:; to Nrssrii I nterni lnionalI
1 11 t it n II
I \ ill '.i' ," .it i n I in




1 i \t i I.
s, itr~ I Ic ith Iri


his p1 olii itidecas Iturlihen iii |
better understanding anmon
people "
I)r Pal/ak l)resentiet l i'
SJIid Oiin behal I t llI'
lltga/tine putblishei anli
conve Ned the Comnmnil t e'.
iheartfellt congratulautioni to Ill
Minister as "tlie pem sona'oilni1t
who lias done an outlit dit iil
jo b in pl o lo tinit1o a lItIl Ik a 1
destination."
\Mr Ma\ynard said linh I vil
grateful and honoured to bie
chosen. "People in 'ie,
Balihamas have for nan \ \tea'i
appreciated the work bheri-
done in tourismm" he saidut B
it is good to know tlhat
elsewhere our work is alk,
appreciated ."
rhe Minister said he telt as it
every member of his statt hald
been so honoured.


Ilit S (;I(;ESTION has
becn made in tile Houset o
\ssembl\ that financier Robert
\Vecsco. who has already been
linked with th ie tinar :cing of a
nili bt1 el t Ba alian l iiA s CllcS.t
t'l tetrpt 'ises. rI.II al,,sto b
lnvoled within tie (Fit at
Hlarbtour ( a de 'elo1piiienit ti
th'e Berr\ Islands.
t 'larenc I cown representative
Michaelt lightbourn indci
lt as stationed Mr \'escot
coinnct' o with ;Ireat Ilar,)bour
('a aidI also tihat I t Mr
Ale\andcer (;Itcrma. swhtskeC
I lit IL e d C' o m it i r nI it I e
'Co rptoratito n i t rlie inaI/oNr t
sIt arehoiicdcr II ResidentiaI
Resorts I)e celoptment Ltd,
developers ot greatt liarbiour
( a .
Shortly before independence.
United ('Communities (Corp., a
Florida-based land development
company, announced it was pur-
chasing 1.200.00 shares I b0 per
cent of the stock) of R R.I)
Lfd. for S4.8 million.
The announcement Was
made b\ Mr % (uterma.
president oft United
Co oitrunrtnirities wiou t'h,:u
became chitirllman of the board
of R R.DI)
It was su bsequently
announced that the Bahamias
governlmentt, through its
DevclopmCent Corporation,
would be entering into a
partnership arrangement with
R R.I). for tihe development of
Great ttarbomu Cay.
Mr Lightbourn has now
asked Developmient Minister
Alfred Ma\cock ,, lh it aware
that Mr. Guterma served a
tour-year prison sentence in
the l60s ile also wants to
know it the Minister is aware
that Mr. Vesco. through one tor
more of his corporate aftiiates,
is connected with the ierr
Island project.
An article on Mr (utierma's
background and his subsequent
con nect ion with land
development in the tahaiarias
S'tas published under ihe
hb\ -line of Stanle IPenn in tlhe
N november 15, I t 'it ,i
thle ,all Sticet Journal

issues ot the Wtiall Street
Journal ot I-ebruar\ I Il O
AIld \pril I3 1') detail lthe
Jiarges brought agaiiist M r
( itierma in New Yolrk
I'lie Novemt ber l t iss'e ot I


fhe J.ournal said Mr Guterma
stas a defendant "in some of
tle biggest stoc.k-fraud cases of
tie era" .i tihe early 1960s.
tie A as convicted fined
S40.OO0 ,ind jailed four years
it se. intieis-law violations.
I he Journal reported
howe er thliit since his release
in 1 1)(,4 the 56-year-old
R ttsia n-burn (;Guternia has
staged a iliancial comeback.
Iht pap'r reported that he
iaid takeIn a "shaky little
tomi1pan called United
Somllnuitilt ts." turned it
around and arranged a series of
acquisitions culminating in the
purchase of 66 per cent of
R R I) company listed on the
Canadian Stock Fxchange "a
conrpans that is just about
read% to start a 3,200-acre
land-development venture with
the Bahamas government of
Pri mie MSinister Lynden
Pindling.
According to Journal writer
Stanley Penn. Mr Guterma
entered the Great Harbour Cay
scene when R R.D controlled
bh i Lou Chesler. ran out of
tmones and looked for a

"'Now under United
Communities" control. R.R.D.
is winding up negotiations for a
deal b. which ite Bahamas
would cede the 3,200 of
submerged ocean-front land on
the car to a ioint venture in
return for 20 per cent equity.
"R.R.D., with the remaining
80 per cent ownership, would
spend $1 '",tion to ',edge
and till land for sale to t ,i. e
investors as a resort
development.
Discussing his relationship
with Mr. Pindling's Progressive
Liberal Party government, Mr.
Guterma told Journal writer
Penn that "I've never met Mr.
Pind'ing or any of his
ministers, but I've great
confidence in the Bahamas"
lHe also says hie agrees full
in the government's
con t ro cersIal polio% -i
restrict ing work permits for
itircign residents

"Irhe Bahamas must first he
lor the Bahamians,'" lie says. "'I
niay sound like a chamber h of
cotnierce, but I'm just
another gu\ who's investing in
the country, They treat me like
an\ body else."


___ HOTEL SALE DEAL DENIED


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HOWARD HUGHE>


SUB CREW
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HOLY YEAR
PtOPi PAt1 VI matdud
reo75 a hrt ols ear lih thcee
Ct the alol} l ea, i s
"'RectnCltratlOlr arnd Renles lit
Ihe ear 1l 74 wtilt be ,it e i
o |prel)aralion tor ttiis .Ib!ie.
'tear anti will begin r ,; t litt
l)rocese s t asntN Is l oitn \ldlI]n
thIe first Sunrtar of I ent. it \\as
reported l oda\ t i i\ the
(lhaildi \ () O lit t


\ I lIR ( SUM M1 R ttner ,o I report's
\ ': il Ii' t n li!ii.i 'ntda is denied report
I ll-' l I,,-eo i.li c,
p r at e lic i!,uliling tin ses ral
i. l i.i l I '4 l iii iii escort. wmncied hb
I' i ess P !ope'rtic \\ ,is sold nto billionaire
S l i ts l i tl Hughes Ior! 5 1 2 mllionll
t( nilt' l Be llr iild.i tltiai\. \Ir Som meillnt
i l he lIhotel Ihad been sold. but would l nut
n't .' wlih n i asked il llneg 'gItIll intt s wCre
S.!"' A ,\ i tlh \l r i luglihe'
\\, 'i[.t\ 1 bt ['p o >,,i t lled I, 11! sorlts l
'. pi,. It ,t I n iiitoiL olin! n ott t on \ tour
,',\l. t ,'" SIr S. inm er sili "Yoeu will
.', i'tsirid Iil p arnt ilir situation ." lin e added
Ih !' cin \t I I S lt'l ugheCiTs arrived in the
I i,iii s ill I)eceC bter itld took up residence

.!', t'I in (I S a. Ihinll i tties ihaitc been n r 1 ing


Lightbouri

I I N \. hIr (noterlnmentt
i. 1,, > s I Inh s di nIIlIg ot a
C j' Ii; (! l, it'aie e I %I %I M 1)
I, !|.c 1 ightbourn on0
N\\ s:.itu s\ ithidriew a million
;ii ii i h" t le desiginaiton tot
l 'r.iic.*1s l land In (Clarence
,,v !'i ,is .i ti.rk intd pli} groundtt

H,.t li gat'e notict'e that ihe
'., ~ i i.- n Caking a further bhid
i,; itHouse approval oI tihe
I. i t p or k at d later date
G, t\rlllment leader i n the
Ilia. s ithrir I) Ilanna.
Il~, Cl,\ PrIune \Mininster and
\lisni t i it I'inance. led the
iinak on M\r L ightbourn's
itColiiliou n when hle described it
Ais "nolnscilses and "sill "
I he resolution would have
calledd oiln the Minister rof
-\i: I IultuIre. Fisheries and
I ti .1 'Gove'rnment, the
Mlnmisli ot Developicent, the
Mlnistei of Works and Utilities
ntd lthe Minister of 1-ducation
n d Culture to "consider the


io sl.nei nliii appear in court to dlanswer d
nturtibcir i! charges
n ntt' si .i otinoih. in ain effort to prevent his
.iisct i ot) extradition, Mr Hughes applied to
hc Balianmas courts tor an interim iniunction
.!h'Ir wouirld present the issue of a ,,warrant until
the Bahamas courts for anll interim injunction
lbhil woulti present the issue of a warrant until
such liLe as a case pending against him in the
\cNada courts was settled, and the merits of
,in\ L S extradition attempt was ascertained.
I he stock traud charges against Mr. Hughes
Awerc dismissed in the U.S. on January 30,
tiolloting which the action brought bI, MrS
Sludhcs here. and challenged hb the Attorne}
General. s as dismissed by Mr. Justice Maxswell
I ihonipson
Mir tuighes' attorney. Kendal Isaacs.
trlthdrew tihe appliation since there were no
longer grounds for its existence


withdraws motion


ad\isabis ty oit allocating a plot
ot land on the beach and next
to thie Clarence lown dock
measuring approximately 350
hi 225 feet as a public park "
It \would have urged the
same authorities to consider
allocating land occupied b \ an
old basketball court on the
Clarence own main road as a
playground.

M I Hlanna ridiculed the
resolution for referring to a
number of Ministers who
would have no authority in the
matter, and tor failing to
mention the Finance Minister,
whom Speaker Arlington
Butler referred to as a
"catch-all" for resolutions of
the type proposed by the
Clarence Town member.

Cyril Tynes (FNM Crooked
Island) seconded the resolution
when Errington Watkins (Ind.
Marsh Harbour) said he could


not do so, but Mr Lightbourn
withdrew the motion
JURY FAILS TO
REACH VERDICT
THE CLIVE Crocker murder
trial jury, headed by Mr.
Neville Bethell, was discharged
this afternoon after they failed
to reach a verdict in the case of
Theophilus Smith, 19, of Eight
Mile Rock. Grand Bahama,
accused of the King's Inn
Beach killing. Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson this
afternoon ordered a re-trial
after the announcement of the
I 1-1 guilty finding.


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THE BOSTON
erald-American published
s last afternoon editions
day becomrning a
orning-only newspaper The
rald-American said it
iminated its two evening
editions because circulation
dropped while costs rose.

A MAN who calls himself a
"black god" has been held for
investigation of murder in the
shooting deaths of two
Oakland policemen inside a
crowded junior high school.

MISSOULA. Montana
police have found the bod\
of a 5-year-old girl who
disappeared Tuesday on her
way home from school Three
other young girls have
disappeared in Montana
within the pa-t eight months.
Authorities sav they have no
clues.

MARINER 10's photos of
dense clouds around Venus,
reveal a global circulation
pattern which scientists say is
far simpler than earth's The
clouds appear to warm up
over the equator and then
swirl even, toward the poles.
distributing the heat and
helping to keep the surface
temperature about the same
over the entire planet.
scientists at Jet Propulsion
Laboratory. California said.

NEW YORK'S firstt
National City Bank. second
largest commercial bank in
the country, said it would cut
its prime lending rate from
9i2 to 9'i per cent MondaN.

OHIO has become the 13rd
state to ratify the equal rights
amendment to the U S
constitution. Approval is
needed from five more states
for the measure to become
law. The amendment provides
that "equality of rights under
the law shall not be denied or
abridged b\ the United
Sttes oi by any state ton
account of sex

INDONESIA will earn Sh
billion from oil this sear as a
result of the new price of oil
of $10.80 per barrel effective
last January, the English
language Indonesiant Obsrverv
.eported.

C ( I 1I\, foreign aid "a
narcotic but not a cure
Senate I foreign Relatrimii
Chairman J W. Fulbnrghl ha,
introduced a resolutIn I t;
end all maior ( S tirei n aid
programmes It huii cithi
months

PRESIDENT NIXON
headed for the naval hispistali
in suburbani Ht l' sfil.,.
Marlyand. totda tIr ;
physical checkup bilu
snowstorm tratt ic nltI lps
forced him to return ti, the
White House before rtichinie
his destination.

PRESIDENt Richard
Wilson of the Oglala Sium\
tribe apparently has won
re-election over .nr lencan
Indian movement leader
Russell Means.
Hi1t-i 0 '-


Welcome


I (0\I)()\ Btrit.iil's l iners
l ,d a is ", a> t t 1 -'. i' a h e d w ilt
the I pian d! slikke tisl',
w weekend.
I he A .lk -ut I nows

Al- lon piI respect t lleatli's
( tnrsn t!\ i"-. kwho p ln ai
.t ;) p.itinc hle i ssue Oc' who
S 'tt itt H t ;: t ike pt-ptie
t i.ernm nt st ke rone

\Vhie\ e: the political
.t I ,I' aI c le.n: s f i ill partl Ies'
,in Pa illicn ti had ;igieed that
i Ip, -' nt t the strike
iwo l in tthe n ,tliona
000 !t t-


I he decision to go ahead
with tie strike was made b\
the 27-man executive of tihe
N ttI o t inal n1 ioi n o
Mintieworkers.
Sil Vincenti, I ancashire area
secretirs, told newsmen after
the meeting that the vote was
,miiiOSt unanimous.
Viincent said that Joe
(;ormiley. the union's relatively
moderate president, had
t a vou red a strike
Spotpo lnemllent
( uoriley fought for 21'
hours to get the strike
postponed, but was overruled
'c% the miiliitants in his


Powell resigns his


LO\!)\ I nuoch iPowell.
Ricliard Cro. as-ii n. liuncan
iSa:nd s s dat so "i' toi the m1ost
c liourt ul figures in British
politics retired todas as
Par lament dissolved for tlie
I T-h 2 national clttilons.
.\ total of 5' n;ietcrs ot
he Ilouse it c"lomltIons
de ,ided against .amp.iigning
,I to -t l0tio NOt .1. them .
cltow e er wil be Ia.vinig


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most famous names in Britain.
including
Sandys, a son-in-lzw of Sir
Winston Churchill and the
colonial secretary who
negotiated independence terms
for many ot Britain's Atrican
colonies in the early Ih60s. Iie
once was considered a possible
successor to iConservative
Prime Minister lHarold
Macmillan
C'rossman, perhaps the most
prominent intellectual voiice in
the Labour party, a Cabinet
Minister throughout Ilarold
Wilson's 1064-70 Labour
government, and a former
editor of the New Statemsan, a
political magazine


S I (;t-ORl(;S Grenada's
new independence was clouded
hi the arrest ot an opposition
lead r and a lire in the capital.
BoIth events stirred fears
amontIg the tiny island's
1 10.000 residents that more
trIoublet could erupt between
Pri ue Mlnister I r i (;airy and
his o(ppoll en'ts.
\s a result ot the struggle
tor power. the 133--square-
inlle island was virtuIallI cut ott
tro,) the outside woilld for the
second lc e i tie i wo months.
Morris Bishop. 2t, a ranking
leader of the opposition lettist
News Jewel Mo()vemlent was
arrested Wednesda.. six hours
hetore Grenada ended a
210-year political relationship
with Britain
Gairy said police found in
Bishop's hoine 28 rounds of
ammunition, guns, a telescopic
sight, camping equipment and
a detailed map of the prime
minister's office residence.
Several hours later, a fire
destroyed the half-built
residence of lawyer Michael
Sylvester, who defended New
Jewel leaders in court,
authorities said.
Grenada's difficulties
began to unfold in October
when a clash developed
between police and the New
Jewel Movement during a
political meeting.
Opposition leaders charged


home,


SKYLAB SPLASHES DOWN AFTER THREE MONTHS


'-,KI 1B .3' astronauts came home
t!(,l mni lon ilgest space voyage todas\.
sil ii::'0 doA,'i in the Pacific Ocean to
nr t a light shich tIhet said proved
\i" en'i, a -.ltn do i al i thing in manncled
sp.ac iligiht that it so Ldesires "
( Ineiid (Carr. William Poguce and
I Jd ,AIrd (ihs.It)tI Lhlina\ccld th ir recoild
-4 diJo t!p shI'crn thl;ir Apollo taxi ship.
dinlinlll under orangeIt and while
paii.ichutes, hit the \atei
I he c o[-'r\ slup, the ISS NesC
(0ticj'i:s cas it; the prone recover d alrea
1 e 'niles southwest oft San Diego, Calit .
rc.idc to hoist the astronauts aboard ioi
:in' ial I'it to diite'rmnlle hlc)' well thie\
w I*th, tc ld ithii long exposure to space
I :hhtt te -sgentle'atess
1he \s'oii,]iiits hit gc'ntlc sales 1'


miles southwest ot San Diego. California,
at 10:17 a.in 1 SI alter a journey of 84
days, one hour and 1 (l minutes, breaking
the previous skylab 2 record of 59'12 days.
With visibility ot 10 iiles, hundreds of
whlte-clad sailors on the deck of the New
Orleans had a ringside view of the
landing.
Helicopters were overhead almost
immediately to drop Irogmen into the
ocean to secure the bobbing spacecraft
with a floatation collar
"What a beautiful sight." Commander
(arr reported as the spacecraft descended
toward touchdown
"Well done." PIogue said after the
splashdown
"It's good to be back, good to hbe
homee" (;ibson said


"On landing, the astronauts
immediately took pulse readings on one
another and through scatchy
communications one crewman could be
heard sa i ing, "70 beats on me."
I he cone-shaped spacecraft turned
over \itli its point down and ti >ated
upside down in the water Ini'.ue, the
astronauts pushed a lever to inflate three
plastic balloons which forced the craft to
right itself
There was a small concern as re-entry
approached when mission control
detected a leak in one jet thruster system
capable ol guiding the apollo through the
atmosphere
Not certain how serious the problem
was, controllers instructed the astronauts
to use a second thruster system that was


operable


It worked perfectly.
Because of a slight
possibility there might be
propellant fumes in the cabin.
the control centre advised the
spacemen to wear oxygen
masks during the 30-minute
re-entry period.

Ihe astronauts, eager to
come home, had started the
trip earthward at 1034 CGM1"
when they separated the
Apollo craft from the
I 1-foot-long space station
which had housed three
different crews for a total of
171 days.

"It's been a good home,"
Gibson said as they cast oft "1
hate to think we're the last
guys to use it."


executive, union sources said.
Shey added his only success
was a commitment for limited
picketing during the election
campaign.
the informants said one
argument Gormley used in the
meeting was that a strike was
pointless during an election
because parliament is dissolved
and no government has
authority to offer miners more
money until the result of the
ballot is announced.
Miners are seeking a pay
raise of between 30 and 35 per
cent, but Heath says any more
than 7 per cent would wreck
government inflation controls.


seat


S rnest Marples, the:.
Conservative Transport',
Minister from 1959 to 1064
who was responsible for
building the nation's highway
programme the subject of
severe criticism and a "Marples
must go" campaign, signs of
which canl still be seen on some
roadsides.


Lt. (ol (Colin "'Mad Mitch"
Mitchell. 48. fornier
commander oi British troops in
Aden. tie plans toI run a large
sporting estate attracting rich
clients to the Scottish grouse
moors for shooting and salmon
fishing. (AP)


Priests take on war ghosts


HONG KONG Seventy
Buddhist priests performed a
lengthy exorcism ritual in
downtown Hong Kong last
night to rid a new
government building of
"troublesome ghosts."
The building site was used
b\ the Japanese as a public
execution ground by the
Japanese during World War II.
Wrapped in saffron robes
and chanting prayers, the
priests filed through rooms


on all nine stories sprinkling
blessed water and ashes of
incense in dark corners.
The drums and gongs
attracted a large crowd to
watch the two-hour
ceremony.
Traffic commissioner Brian
Wilson ordered the exorcism
after some of his staff said
that ghosts appeared
frequently in the building,
which houses the Hong Kong
transport department


police with the use of brutal
tactics. The conflict climaxed
in December, when the island
was closed down tor three
days, and then again last
month.
A government version said
Bishop had been detained at
Fort George, e above the
harbour in St. George's and the
site of the mid-night flag
cere money that marked the
beginning oft (;renda as a
sovereign n action.
However, an ottliclal police
statement onI Bishop's
whereabouts was not availabIle.
(airy. who changed his title
tron premier to prime nmnister
at 12.01 a m. 1 thursday,
criticied his political
opponents in a three-milnute
speech. lie called theril
"wicked, malicious, obstructive.
and destructive
Part of the ()pp(ositionl hc
referred t waS a iuntled tntit
of business, labour, civic and
religious leaders called the
"Committee ol 22." Ihe New
Jewel Movement was not an
official part ot the committee.
The new Prime Minister
closed his remarks with a call
for unity. "Now should not he
the time for recriminations and
reprisals. Now is the time for
good will," he added.
"Now is the time tor
reconstruction, and I now
appeal to all Grenada, in its


NEW YORK More trucks
were reported on the road
today as scattered incidents of
violence continued and
mediators attempted to
persuade independent drivers
to end their nine-day protest
shutdown.
Increased truck traffic was
noted by officials in
Pennsylvaniai Missoun and
Kansas, but there was no sign
that the shutdown to gain
reduced fuel rates and other
concessions was ending.
Pennsylvania Governor
Milton J. Shapp, the
self-appointed mediator who
initiated negotiations between
dissidents and federal officials
in Washington, journeyed to a
truck stop in Bartonsville.
Pennsylvania. to explain the
settlement to protesters.
The manager of the stop 76
in Bartonsville, Bill lry,
reported that truckers from
nearby areas had gathered for
the meeting with Shapp. But,
Fry said, most remained
opposed to the tentative
agreement reached early
Thursday.
"They're just here to hear


totality, to join hands, hearts
and hands to repair the damage
done."
"I invite all opposition
factions to let tme hear from
them as soon as possible
regarding mit appeals," Gairy
concluded.
Officially, no meetings had
been set to bring Gairy and the
opposition together. A
fou r an (a r lb h ean
conferencee of (Churches
Committee travelled to
Grenada last weekend in an
attempt to help.
Gairy, at that time, said he
would not even deal with the
Prime Ministers of the four


-Women's lung-



cancer doubles


NEW YORK The
American Cancer Society is
stepping up efforts against
smoking in response to a
recent rise in per capital
cigarette consumption and
increased smoking among
teen-agers and women.
"The lung cancer death
rate for women has doubled
in the past 10 years,
reflecting a sharp rise in
women's smoking." said Dr.
Luther L. Terry. former
surgeon general and now
consultant to the cancer
society.
"Smoking is the single
most preventable cause of
death and disability in this
country," declared Dr. Terry,
who 10 years ago issued the
historic report on smoking
and health.
The Cancer Society's
expanded antismoking
campaign includes pressing
for elimination of all cigarette
advertising, a maximum
allowable tar content,
restriction of smoking in
public places, stronger health
warnings and educational
programmes in the schools.


"Per capital consumption
of cigarettes has begun to rise
again," said a statement by
the society. "While the rise is
slight and while the per capl
figure is still lower than it '
in 1960. we are losing some
of our gains.
"This concern is reinforced
by the continued rise in the
gross consumption of
cigarettes, now at an all-time
high. Unfortunately the gross
consumption is greater than
the percentage increase in
smoking age population."
Dr. Terry said that after
the Jan. 1. 1971, ban on
cigarette advertising on
television, the tobacco
industry has concentrated
heavily on advertising in
publications aimed at women
and blacks.
He said the tobacco
companies also now sponsor
major sporting events with
large television audiences.
Dr. Austin J. Stein.
president of the Cancer
Society, said the organization
planned to establish smoking
withdrawal clinics throughout
the country. (AP)


what he (Shapp) has to say,"
Fry said.
Among other things, the
government promised to
provide the drivers with all the
diesel fuel they need, and to
allow a surcharge on freight
rates to cover the recent hikes
in fuel prices
the violence that marked
the nine days of protest fell off
after announcement of the
agreement, but authorities in at
least eight states reported
shootings or vandalism had
occurred again during the
night.
Although most of the big
rigs involved in the protest
remained idle, there was some
acceptance of the agreement
with the government as
negotiators brought their case
to the protestersI. AP)



U.S. SECRETARY of
State Henry Kissinger's
remark that continuation of
the Arab oil embargo must be
regarded as blackmail has
drawn predictably angry
reactions in the Arab world.


major Caribbean (Conmmnon-
wealth powers: Jamaica,
Trinidad. Barbados and
Guyana. As an apparent result.
the top leadership from those
independent nations failed to
show up for the (renada
independence celebration.
Second-line officials were sent.
( AP)
ELECTROCUTED
SAN J UA N
Four teen-year-old Antonion
Concepcion (eteno was
electrocuted today when his
kite touched a 7.000-volt
power line in nearby ('arolina,
police said. (API


'Pompidou

may quit'

rumours


PARIS President Georges
Pompidoa's attack of influenza
brought new press speculation
today that the 62-year-old
"president was seriously ill and
may soon have to resign.
The president's current
seven-year term expires in
1976. Rumours of a grave
illness were widespread earls
last year and revived again to
Poitiers in Central France.
Some French commentators-
accused Pompidou's potential
successors of using hl
ostensibly benign "flu attack
to stir up the old rumours and
simultaneously promote their
own political chances."
Under the French.
constitution the president-
resignation would be followed
by an election to choose a new
president, with Senate
president Alain Poher serving
as interim president.
Pompidou has reportedly
asked the constitutional
council if he could announce
a resignation in advance and
continue to serve through the
election to avoid an interim
presidency by Poher. a political
opponent. tAP)


TERRORISTS FREE AMBASSADOR


KUWAIT Five masked terrorists freed a
trembling Japanese ambassador and 1I other
hostages today, boarded a jetliner carrying
four other guerrillas and took olf. apparently
for South Yemen.
lhe Japanese Foreign Ministry and the Iraqi
news agency both said South Yemen's Marxist
government agreed to let the plane land at
Aden, 1,150 miles south of this Persian (Gulf
Sheikdom.


Ihe Japanese airliner brought the four other
terrorists from Singapore. where they were
holed up on a terryboat for more than a week
after an abortive attempt to blow up an oil
refinery.
'he terrorists in Kuwait seized the Japanese
FImbassy and demanded the Singapore
gi rrill., be flown here.
Ihe Embassy hostages were not harmed.


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NOTICE


IN THE ESTATE OF William Rupert Watkins late
of Rock Sound in Eleuthera one of the Bahama
Islands deceased.


ALL persons having claims against the above Estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 28th
day of February A.D. 1974 after which date the
txecutor will proceed to distribute the assets
having regard only to the claims of which he shall
then have had notice.

AND ALL persons indebted to the said Estate
are requested to make full settkment on or before
the date hereinbefore mentioned.

Dated this 16th day of January A.D. 1974.

CLARKE. ALBURY & CO.
Attorneys for the Executor,
P. O. Box N.1699,
308 Bay Street.
Nassau, Bahamas.


Miners strike boosts



Tory election chances


Trucks back



-but violence


continues


Grenada stutters into cloudy independence


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QUEEN'S COLLEGE

NASSAU

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

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

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

2) Assistant Teachers for the following subjects or
combinations of them: English, Mathematics, Remedial
Skills, Social Studies, History, French, Physics,
Chemistry, Music, and Technical Subjects.

The College provides opportunities to teach under
favourable conditions, using modern methods and techniques.

Further details regarding the appointments, salary scales,
allowances, etc., may be obtained from the Principal.

Applications by letter, giving full curriculum vitae, should
include the following information: Full details of Person;
Education and Training; Qualifications; Teaching Experience;
Present Appointment; Interests; Names and addresses of two
persons to whom reference can be made.

Applications should be addressed to The Principal, Queen's
College, P. O. Box N-71 27, Nassau, arriving not later than the
25th February, 1974.

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By ETIENNE DUPUCH


I AM writing this article for my own protection.
It is necessary because I am still part of a community in which
there are people in high places who have no acquaintance with
the truth.
You must read this article through to the end if you want to
know my reason for writing it.
**5*9*
My friends in Nassau wonder how I spend my time in Coral
Gables, especially at times when my wife is not with me and I am
alone in an apartment.
This may be difficult for you to believe when you know that 1
have a beautiful property in Nassau but I have a very pleasant
time ... even more pleasant than when I am in Nassau ... because I
can now live my life the way I want to live it and there are no
unpleasant associations to arouse my memories.

It is amazing how many friends I have made during the year I
have spent some time in Coral Gables.
For some reason people come up to my wife and me ... right
out of the blue ... and introduce themselves. This is a very
friendly community. It is a small town and has many of the
pleasant attributes of an island society.
In the church I attend ... in a bank ... in two Rotary Clubs that
I have been attending in the area ... people go out of their way to
make us feel welcome amongst them.
Both the clubs want me to cut my ties with East Nassau
Rotary and join them ... but I won't It is almost embarrassing
because at the club I attend most frequently almost every time I
go there I am singled out for a special welcome.
In the apartment hotel where I stay it is almost like going
home when my wife and I return from a trip abroad.
From the very start the people in the hotel went out of their
way to be friendly. They knew the Dupuch name because my
brother Eugene and his wife had been staying there on visits to
Forida and they had become friendly with the staff.
But regard for us has been greatly increased since an unpleasant
Bahamian with a title stayed there a couple of times. The staff
got the impression that all titled Balamians must be unpleasant
to deal with and so, when they found out that we also had a title
and behaved like ordinary human beings, this increased their
regard for us.
But my greatest diversion is to walk down Miracle Mile where I
have made a number of friends, ranging from men who dip
hedges along garden paths to sweep-out people in shops, through
clerks up to the management level. By talking with these people I
pick up thoughts for this column.
The street in Coral Gables, known as Miracle Mile, is correctly
named. It is probably a quarter mile long but the shops on this
short business street have a remarkable range of goods.
My wife finds that she can get in these shops things she was
unable to find in some of the big shops in New York, London and
on the continent. This may be so because the place is small and
easy to get around in ... and especially because people are friendly
and helpful in a personal way.
To give you some idea of how warm they are I will tell you a
little story.
The one contact I have avoided since I have been living abroad
has been newspaper reporters, radio and TV men. I have friends
at the editorial level with whom i associate but they understand
my position.
When I first left the Bahamas reporters wanted to interview me
but I refused to be interviewed because, as I have said before,
while I *.:el that it is my duty to criticize the government in this
column, I will not give any interviews or make any public
speeches abroad that might be harmful to the islands.
But there was an editor of a Coral Gables newspaper ... not an
old friend ... who would not be denied. He nmde a special trip to
Nassau and Eleuthera to collect material for an article about me
in which he described me as a legend in the Bahamas.
I found to my surprise that the managers in some of the shops
on Miracle Mile where I had made "friends" stuck the article up
in their shops and drew it to the attention of their regular
customers.
I speak of these people as "friends" in a special way. I find
them surprisingly warm and pleasant ... and particularly nice to
my wife and me because, I suppose, in our conversation I can tell
them about things in life that have not come into their
experience.
But I realize that most of these friendships are like ships that
pass in the night. They hail as they pass ... exchange a few
pleasant greetings ... but may never meet again.
Although I know that most of these friendships can never
become deeply significant in the true meaning of the word, I
value these contacts because they have nude life pleasant for me
at a period in my experience that could have been difficult.
Somehow these people have made me feel more at home
among them than when I now come back to the people in my
own island home.

And now I will get down to the reason for this article.
When I went with my wife into a dress shop hi Miracle Mile the
other day the owner of the business wastalking with a man.
I want you to meet a friend of mine who is also in the
communications media," he said as I walked up to hitm. 'He is in
ratio."
"We have met before," the man said holding out his hand in
greeting.
He saw by the expression o:. "iy face that I didn't remember
him.
"Don't you remember me?" he asked. "About five years ago
yog gave an interesting talk to us at Palm Springs."
tHe mentioned the name of a place where he said I made a
speech but I didn't riemmbelr ever hiding bewe there. He also
mentioned the name of the association which I addrted but the


Ebr strtbatnr
NUatt Amwrc s JuhAM Ir VanA MACwrmI
Being Bound To Sw a To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PhltbArlEdMtor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O;..E., Kc.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Pub~er/REdItor 117.1972
Clontrbufwtv Editor 19?2.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., S.A., LL...
Publwa/A'dtor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Friday, February8, 1974.


I have written all this to make sure that, when the Prime
Minister hears I am making speeches in Florida ... and the
Cayman Islands too ... there will be no further occasion for
lying propaganda'on the put of himself or anyone else in his
government ... because what I will say on all these occasions
should help, not harm the Bahanms.
It is terrible that I should feel obliged to take these precautions
but every speech I make outside the Bahamas will be from
prepared text so that there can be no doubt about what I say.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: There are times when I wish I
could split myself up into several pieces.
I have a commitment that will require my presence in Nassau
on the evening of March 2nd.
And now my wife and I have received an invitation to attend
the wedding of Nure Joan Louise Bowe in George Town, Exuma
on the norningof March 3rd.
Joan Louise BoWe was a Namsau Beauty Queen a few years ago.
She is the daughter of. the late Maxwell Bowe, a lifelong friend
whoe timeory I treasure.
Snow have t tryto figure out how to get in Miami early on
the morning of March 3rd in time to connect with a Mackey
Airlines flight to Georp Town that will take us to Exuma in time
for. the receptor,
I know that Max would expect us to be at his daughter's
wedding ... and we are certainly going to try.
** ****
THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Fiction las after tth':- DMUND BUAKE


Karate student replies to critic


name didn't register.
"I'm sorry it must have been my brother Eugene," I said.
"Have you a son named Etienne Dupuch?" he asked.
"Yes," I said, "but I'm sure it wasn't he because he doesn't
make public speeches. It could only have been my brother
Eugene. He is the speech maker in our family."
"No, I'm sure it was Etienne Dupuch because I had to learn
how to pronounce the name property as it was my job to greet
him when he arrived for the dinner."
He was positive that he had met me before and that I had made
a speech iria public place in Florida about five years ago. And I
was equally positive that he had the wrong man.
"Your wife was with you," he said, turning his eyes in her
direction 'I remember her clearly."
We were both puzzled as I shook my head in doubt. My wife
also didn't remember the occasion.
** *0 S *0*
"The p-rson who gave the talk had a title. He was a Sir and so
I had to learn how to address him properly before I met him. I
can't forget the occasion because he gave a very interesting talk
and got into trouble with the government in Nassau over it. He
predicted events in the Caribbean that are now happening."
"Oh yes," I said. "You're right. I now know what you are
talking about. I was confused because the night I gave that talk I
was met by a former Associated Press editor and taken to the
place and taken away again after the dinner. I didn't know where
I went. All I knew was that I was talking to a press group. I
understood it was the Press Association of Florida and so I didn't
recognize it by the name you mentioned."
I knew immediately what he was talking about when he
mentioned that I had got into trouble with the government..
At that time the government was on a witch's hunt for me.
And, curiously enough, The Guardian was helping in this
campaign.
This was around the time I was battling for preservation of
freedom of the press in the Bahamas. A Bill had been introduced
into the House by the government that would have destroyed this
freedom ... and The Guardian was helping them in this campaign!
Largely responsible for The Guardian's attitude was an
American sub-editor on the staff who was trying to ingratiate
himself with the government in order to get an extension of his
work permit.
This man was the gutter type of individual one sometimes finds
in the newspaper business. He didn't care a damn about freedom
of the press, so long as his ends were served. I suspect that he was
responsible for what happened in Nassau the night I made my
speech.
**** ***
The occasion was an important one for me. It came at a time
when I was celebrating my fiftieth anniversary as Editor and
Publisher of this newspaper.
A former A.P. manager in Florida with whom I had developed
a close association because he and I had worked together on the
famous Oakes murder case and the Duke of Windsor's interesting
war-time regime in the Bahamas, invited me to give a talk in
Florida to what he described as the Press Association of Florida
who wanted to honour me on my golden anniversary as the
Editor of a newspaper.
Fifty years as editor of a newspaper is not a record but it was
sufficiently unusual for one of the members of the press to
comment when I arrived at the dinner that he was surprised to see
me walking in unaided ... he thought I would roll into the room
in a wheol chair!
e********
I had innocently announced in The Tribune that I was making
this talk. For some subconscious reason I decided that I had
better write my speech so that there could be no doubt in the
future about what I said.
It was a good thing I took this precaution because, even while I
was speaking in Florida, Prime Minister Pindling rushed to ZNS in
Nassau and gave a talk attacking me for statements he said I made
in my speech. The next morning The Guardian came out with a
vicious editorial attack on me, also quoting statements the
newspaper claimed I had made.
I cannot imagine how and where they got their information ...
and why they would go off half-cocked on something someone
had told them.
It was impossible for anyone in Nassau to know what I was
saying in Florida because I had the only copy of my speech in my
possession ... and I had not even thought of the things I was
accused of saying.
The next day I published the text of my speech and demanded
a correction and apology from the Prime Minister and The
Guardian.
Needless to sy, neither the Prime Minister nor The Guardian,
both of whom apparently have no conscience about trafficking in
lies, had the decency to correct their grave ... and stupid ... error.

I am telling you this story because once again the Prime
Minister and some of his minions in the government are attacking
The Tribune in an effort to find a scapegoat for all the grave
mistakes they have made which have greatly undermined the
welfare of the Bahamian people.
This campaign of misrepresentation has come at a time when I
have accepted a half dozen invitations to speak at various club
meetings in Coral Gables, Key West and Palm Beach where the
Mayor, who was American Ambassador to Cuba at the time of
the Castro take over, is a very special friend of mine.

I have been asked to give a talk on the Bahamas of today. I
have refused to do this. Instead I have written ... so there can be
no mistake ... a 25-minute talk on historical associations between
the Bahamian and Amerii,n people ... especially in the Florida
area ... during the 18th and 19th centuries.
I have also told these people that Dr. Paul Albury, Bahamian
historian, is a far better speaker than I am. I have promised to try
and get him to give a talk at a club in Coral Gables.
*9*55*5* .


EDITOR The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your newspaper to answer a
letter written by Mr. Michael
R. Brown on January 31st,
1974 pertaining to karate
schools and movies.
1 personally do not know
where Mr. Brown obtained his
statistics on graduating
students of Karate Schools.
Karate was established in the
Bahamas eight years ago and
since that time there have been
approximately eight people to
obtain high rank of Black Belt.
Karate is a form of self
discipline that not only
develops the body but also the
mind. It was mentioned in the
article of January 31st that an
unfortunate young man was
killed by his attackers, one of
whom applied to his neck a
fatal "sleeper hold". I am
under the impression that the
"sleeper hold" was introduced


In closing, I would like to
say that Mr. Brown should do
more research before writing
on a subject it is quite obvious


he knows nothing about.
JIMMY PEARCE
Student at Bahamas
Institute of Karate
Nassau, Bahamas
P.O. Box 5028,
Nassau, N.P.


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Art.
I would like to mention a
few Chinese Goju virtues which
are studies at the beginning and
end of every class:-
"Chinese Goju is my secret I
bear no arms, may God Help
me if I ever have to use myi
Art. Love is our law, truth is
our worship, form is our
manifestation, peace is our
shelter, conscience is our
guide, nature 15 our
companion, order is our
attitude and beauty and
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Classes in salesmanship designed to improve selling skills
in retail sales are being held at the C.R. Walker Technical
College. The classes, taught by Mr. Bernard Godwin,
training officer at General Bahamian Companies, are being
promoted and sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.
This is the second class held during the academic year.
Each teaching session lasts six weeks. The present group
has a maximum of 31 students. Mr. Bill Farquharson,
chamber president, officially opened the course Monday.
Mr. C.N. Curling, College principal, is seated right. Mrs.
Barbara Lightbourne, a member of Chamber's Education
sub-committee, is left. Mrs. Tina W. Cook, head of
commerce and business studies at the college, is seated.


Film producer Alexandre
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week photographing tourist
attractions in order to
prepare a promotional slide
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Sheraton Brussels Hotel and
Bahamas World Airlines. He
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motion picture about the
Bahamas which would be
distributed to theatres and
television stations. Mr. Halot
has produced and directed
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films in the last 15 years
including travel pictures
about Central America, Haiti.
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IN THE ESTATE OF James Welsby Nuthall late of
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DANCE AUDITIONS
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February 16 to 12 noon.
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Eat and Grow Younger

Youth benefits of proteins


in 'quality' no

By LELORD KORDEL
Number Six of a Series
Not all proteins are alike. It is as much a question of
"plenty of protein" as it is a question of making certain
to eat enough of the right kind of protein--or complete
proteins. The youth protecting value of the protein foods
you eat depends not so much on the quantity as on the
quality of the protein you select.


In recent years you've prob-
ably heard or read about "the
amino acids." What this means
is that all food protein is broken
down in the chemical laboratory
of your body into amino acids.
The truth about these various
kinds of food proteins was first
suspected when laboratory ani-
mals were noticed to be slowly
starving to death on an exclusive
diet of certain proteins, and yet
thriving on an exclusive diet of
still other proteins.
From these observations it was
discovered that some foods are
complete proteins, while others
are incomplete. What this means
is simply that some foods (the
complete proteins) contain all of
the essential amino acids, and
other foods do not.
You could live to a healthy,
youthful old age by eating noth-
ing except the foods that are
complete proteins (witness the
exclusively meat-eating Eskimos
and Gauchos), whereas s lo w
starvation would be the inevit-
able result if you attempted liv-
ing exclusively on the incom-
plete vegetable proteins.
Lean meat (this includes
gland-meats, fish, poultry), eggs,
cheese and other milk products
are complete proteins, that is,
they contain all of the essential
amino acids in correct propor-
tion for maximum human nour-
ishment.


INCOMPLETE PROTEINS
Whole grain products, soy-
beans, legumes and some nuts
are classed as partially com-
plete proteins meaning that
their amino acids are not in bal-
anced proportions to meet all
body needs. However these pro-
teins are valuable "secondary"
foods.
Vegetables, fruits and some
grains are incomplete proteins.
Corn, for instance, contains only


seven essential amino acids,
while cabbage has even fewer.
Yet by no means does this les-
sen the value of vegetables,
fruits and whole grains in your
diet; what "incomplete" means
is that you cannot subsist entire-
ly on these low-grade protein
foods. But these incomplete pro-
teins can be used to great ad-
vantage in a diet as supplements
to the high-protein foods.
(When I say that you cannot
subsist on a diet of fruits and
vegetables. I can imagine you
thinking, "But how about the
vegetarians?" We'll get to them
a little further along.)
Each plant or animal food we
eat contains a special variety of
protein. The closer a food pro-
tein resembles human protein,
the more valuable it is for hu-
man nutrition. That is why we
speak of high-grade proteins,
meaning those foods that yield
a maximum of protein nutrition
in relation to the quantity con-
sumed; and low-grade proteins,
meaning those that furnish the
body with only small amounts of
usable protein.
MEAT WORTH MORE
To illustrate: 100 grams of
meat protein (high-grade) are
far more valuable to human nu-
trition than 100 grams of carrot
protein (low grade).
A diet built around foods con-
taining all of the essential am-
ino acids is a youth protecting
health-promoting diet because it
is a high-protein diet. If any
doubt still lingers in your mind
that a high-protein diet is im-
perative for you to look younger
and live out your allotted span
of years, let me remind you
that you are made of protein.
Let me outline briefly what we
know to be the direct effect of
ease). It is also necessary to
maintain body weight.


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the essential amino acids on the
human body. (You needn't re-
member their names-which are
jawbreakers!)
Argenine is called the "father-
hood amino acid." When serious-
ly lacking in the body, the sex
instinct undergoes a marked de-
crease in men mad women alike.
Tryptophane is known to help
ward off signs of premature ag-
ing. It protects you against cer-
tain eye disorders, easy suscepti-
bility to colds and respiratory
disorders.
Valine is directly related to
the nervous system (one part of
the body that really takes a beat-
ing as we grow older), and your
diet must contain plenty of this
protein if you want to avoid
nervous disorders and digestive
upsets.
Methionine, if seriously lack-
ing in the body, may cause hard-
ening of the liver (cirrhosis) and.
nephritis (a serious kidney dis-


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Friday, February 8, 1974.


^ H L Forty years of slamming


BACK in 1934, during one
of the first international Bridge
matches ever held, West and
East were dealt the following
hands:


West
A 9764
J 3
A KQ84
A


East
K 8 5 3 2
none
7653
9862


It would be churlish to
mention the names of the
players, even after all this time,
but the extraordinary fact is
that the auction took this
course:


COMPLETE CASHIERS' COURSE
STAFF MEMBERS of Barclays Bank international Ltd. recently completed a cashiers
course at the Bank's training centre at the East Bay Street Branch. Instructors for the
course were George Rodgers, who recently assumed responsibility of the Staff Training
Centre, and Maisie Thorn. Pictured from left are Blanche Moss of Bay Street Branch,
Deborah Lindsay of Bay and Dunmore Branch, Maisie Thorn, George Rodgers, Kirkland
Tynes of Bay Street, Deborah Yallop of Palmdale Branch and George Roberts of Pioneers
Way Freeport.



PROMOTIONS


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby qiven that GLENFORD OUTTEN of
Police Barracks, Oakes Field 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
bi' granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 1st day of
February 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS DOUGLAS
ANDREWS of 11 Shark Way, Bahama. Freeport, GBI,
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 arv reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days hrom the 1st day of February 1974, to
The Minister respoisile for Nationality and Citizenship. P
0. Box N7147. Nassai.



NOTICE
NOTICE is her-by a.ve, that CHRISTOPHER CHARLES
CAFFERATA o' P O io< F75. Freeport. Grand Bahama,
Bahamas is appi .,q to he Minister responsible for
,3. ,,.-,riili, .i and C: ; risn, D for r-'o.r.,i'..ir, as a citizen of
The Bahamas.i a' that any person who knows any reason
why registration should -ot be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight daj, frori the Ist day of February 1974, to
The Minister respor-,ible 'or Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N714 Nassau


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that JOSEPH ALEXANDER
WILSON of Calabash Bay, Andros. Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration is 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 1st day of
February 1974, to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O Box N7147, Nassau.
I II


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that HARTLEY FORBES of
Oxford Avenue, Nassau. N. P. is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 1st day of February
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Nassau.


FOUR BAHAMIANS have
been promoted at Citibank
in the Bahamas.
Mr. E. Andrew Lowe,
promoted from Assistant
Manager to Senior Assistant
Manager, holds the position
of Unit Head of the
Centralised Operations Unit
of Citibank/Cititrust. He has
been with Citibank for the
past eight years and is
considered a 'veteran" with
the Bank which began
operations in the Bahamas in
1960.
Mr, Louis F. Bowe, promoted
from Pro-Manager to
Assistant Manager, joined
the Bank three years ago as





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Mrs Yvonne Miss Joan
Rutherford Marshall
Manager Trainee. He
presently holds the position
of Head of the Centralised
Reporting and Planning Unit
of Citibank/Cititrust.
Miss Joan Marshall, who joined
Citibank in November 1970
has been appointed
Authorised Signer. Her
Citibank experience has
been almost exclusively in
the Euro Currency Unit
where she took an active
part in its development and
expansion.
Mrs. Yvonne Rutherford,
appointed Authorised
Signer, has been with
Citibank since August of
1969 and after job
assignments in other
operating departments she
was transferred to the Euro
Currency Unit in May 1971.
Citibank's Manager John E.
Williams in commenting on
the four promotions said
that the Bank's success in
the Bahamas has always
relied heavily on the loyalty
and efficiency of the staff
"In any organization," he
said, "'the best way to
cultivate and maintain that
loyalty and efficiency is by
promoting people into
positions where they realise
their full potential We are
proud of our achievement in
recruiting and training
Bahamian staff who have
responded by demonstrating
the ability to fill the
supervisory, executive
positions that become
available ."


EDO BURROWS
Proprietor/Manager


1 D
And there the mat
until the comment
hold of it, and point
iniquity of such an ar
what should have bei
slam. West explained
such a strong
intended to 'reverse
his Diamonds fi
subsequently shove
Spades to denote
strength. But, Fast
3-point hand as not
kind of bid, and the
subsequently!
If the same cards
held fifteen years
two of the game'
practitioners held the
East hands, the aucti
have probably gone
W
IS
3 D
4S
Well, at least th.
have landed in G
avoided the humil
languishing in a part
their unlucky predece
they would no doubt
the feeling that there
have been a way to
that the combined
were worth at least a
We jump forward n
mid-fifties, just bef
had assembled her fai
Team which was to
before it, and loo
imagined match
England and the U
West and East agair
those cards. Here is w
have happened:
West
IS
3D
4 C
4S
West would have
Spades with some
and East would have
he would like to
further try. even wit
apparently barren
Afterwards, they wi
considered West
approach of 4 Clu
furthest they could
in he direction of fi
about the control of
suit and East's vital
and regarded them
being unlucky.
Five years later,
Team would have in
work of the hands.
highly artificial, hb
a-.urare, Blute Club
based on the ev


pass
:ter rested,
:ators got
ed out the
approach to
en an easy
that with
hand, he
', bidding


artificial Neapolitan system,
Garozzo and Forquet would


have probably
like this:
West
I C(a)
1 S (c
3 D (e)
4 C (g)
5 C(i)
OS (k)


bid the hands


Last
1 D(b)
2S id)
3 H (f)
4 D (h)
5 S (j)
pass


The interpretations of the
various bids would be:
a ) showing a hand of at
least 17 points.
(b) a weak hand
ic) and (d) natural bids
(I natural, but forcing
(f t Fast, realizing that he is
going to support both of West's
suits, and that he has already
announced a hand weak in
points. knows that a Heart
control cannot be taken for the
Ace. and therefore must be a
void.


rst, and Ig) a cue bid, showing first
,ing his round control of the suit.
te extra (h) support for West's
judged his second suit, as planned
worth any iI a further cue-bid.
re was no showing second round control
I!) preference for Spades
had been ocir )Diamonds
later, and i k I the small slam appears to
s leading be a very good prospect
SWest and Notice that the probable 2-1
ion would spit of the adverse Spades
like this: almost guarantees 13 tricks No
F doubt the Italians would be
2 S somewhat dissatisfied with
3 S thrii contract, even though it
pass nu\ not have been reached in
ey would the other room. Always
ame, and innovative and ready to
nation of e \periment, they might
-score like Immediately have got to work
essors. But ioi ways to find more about.
t have had the precise nature of each
Sought to other's holdings.
find out But the great Italian players
holdings are not the only innovators in
i slain try. the game. From a hospital bed,
low to the Jack Marx, one of the
ore Italy progenitors of the Acol system
mous Blue n mthe 1930's, produced a new
sweep all and startling 4NT convention.
ik at an which is now beginning to
between catch on, and may supplant the
"SA, with extremely ..,n plitpd.il. new
n holding South African system of
vhat niight askingg Bids which some


Fast
3S
4D
pass
gone to 4
misgivings,
Felt that
make a
:h such an
hand_
would have
's sla Im
bs as the
have gone
ending out
the Heart
5th Spade,
selves ais
the Blue
lade short
With their
ut highly
methods.
en 1mo1e


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internationals are
. .r1',rimIenting with. Using the
Marx system, which he has
labelled the "Byzantine 4NT".


an ultra-modern pair would bid


forcing. The strange-looking


.h:t samc hand as follows: jump to 4 Hearts shows
West East specifically a void in that suit.
IS S I The Byzantine 4NT has a series
3 D 4I of set responses which give
3 D 4 t details of controls: but when
5 NT 6 D the strong hand bypasses 4NT
S and, as here, goes straight to
The first two bids are 5NT, he has a Grand Slam in
normal and natural. 3 his sights, and wants
Diamonds is natural and information about the length


and top cards in the agrc;.
trump suit only. The 5
Diamond rcspo;.-sc shows K x x
x x. West can now practically
count 13 tricks, and shoots the
Grand.
A long way from 1934? Yes,
and 7 Spades bid and made is a
long way from I Diamond bid
and 7 made!
RC


TO ALL CLIENTS OF THE IMPERIAL LIFE

As from Monday, 11th February, 1974, all MORTGAGE PAYMENTS
as well as INSURANCE PREMIUM PAYMENTS, Should be made at
the Branch Office of The IMPERIAL LIFE at the Nassau Bank House,


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE MARTHAS of
Twynam Avenue. P.O. Box 3306, Nassau. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas.
mind that any person who knows any reason why
natialisation should not be granted should send a written
anmd signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 14th day of February 1974 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship P. O. Box
N7147, Nassau.



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NOTICE i- hereby given that ADELROSE YASAINTHE
JOH-NSON of Grants Town, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturaitsation 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 1st day of
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PR il I 'sit I Marshall Hall,
BSc., Ph.D., and Mr. Hugh
Williams, BA., MBA., will be in
Nassau on Monday, February
11.
Professor Hlall aind Mr
Williams will hold discussions
with the Public Service
Commission and the Bahamas
Association for Manpower
Training and Development on
training in management and
allied areas in which it is hoped
that a programme nmay be
established in association with
the University of the West
Indies
Dr. Hall is the Professor ot
Management Studies at Mona.
He holds a B.Sc. in I conoinics
from the University of
Winconsin. Prior to his
appointment at the University
of the West Indies, Dr. Hall was


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MUSIC FESTIVAL
THE 1974 Bahanmas Music
Festival has been scheduled
this year for February 18
March 5. the Ministry of
education n and culturee
announced.
New Pr evidence
adjudications will start Feb.
25, a Ministry release said.
Entry forms and other
information may he obtained
from the Ministri's (Cultural
Affairs division it k Ministry
headquarters on Shirle\ Sueet
between 9 a.m. and 5 30 p.m.
Monday to Friday.


FUNERAL SERVICE
FUNFRAL serviLcs t,i Mrs.
Lean Smith of Bo,)d RI>ad will
be conducted at the St,
Joseph's Church. Boyd Road,
at 4 p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Smith. who died at the
Princess Margaret Hospital
after a short illness. is survived
by husband. Raymond, eight
children, a brother, Raileigh
Nixon, 33 grand children .and
one great-grandchilid
Persons wishing to paiy their
last respects nal', do' so at
Demeritte's iFuncil Iotme
from 10 a m. Satuid.a until 3
p.m. Sunday.


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Foundation.
Dr. Hall has iv.rked is a
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IHe has also been a consultant
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Directors of the Council for
Business Oppotrnit i .
Dr. tlall is ', oIll1tpanied by
Mr. I ugh Villi amI s ho is the
Director of the Management
Training Programmlie of the
University of the West Indies.
The \isit is being arranged
by the Department of Extra
Mural Studies in Nassau.


NEW AVIATION SECTION

IN YACHTMAN'S GUIDE


A NEWLY EXPA\l)I I
aviation section and numerous
references for pilots are
features of the new and
updated 1974 edition of the
popular Yachtsman's Guide to
the Bahamas. It is now
available from Bahamas and
Florida news-stand, and froni
Tropic Isle Publishers in Miami.
The guide, an official
publication of the Ministrr of
Tourism, alos contains a special
c-olour section showing how to
read the depth of water h, its
colour.
"It is my impression," says
editor Harry Kline, "that few
visiting pilots realize the
number of aviation references
there are in the Guide and how
handy the charts can be tor
island identification. I know
that the guide is carried b%
nost island-based pilots as a
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No one unoAr 17 dmi ted
"J


ready reference, including all
of the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
Auxiliary pA, "
In a letter of welcome in the
guide, the tion. elementt I.
Maynard, Minister of lurismil
points out that the guide
spells mut i n detail virtually
ever achiting and aircraft
facihtl\ in tile Bahamas.


7


Affair with wife's


HAVING FUN down Nassau way, pretty Miss
Canada, Blair Lancaster, enjoys herself during a lunch
time buffet at the Nassau Beach Hotel. Here she
smiles for musicians playing Goombay tunes and
models the latest fashions by Canadian Marilyn
Brooks. Other girls including Miss Bahamas took part
in the show.


UWI staff here


for discussions


I __ _I


By Abigail Van Buren
C 1974 BY Chicge Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., nc.
DEAR ABBY: I have a widowed sister who is 10 years
older than I am. Edith has always been the good looking
one in the family, and she still has a way with men.
Alfred [my husband] is a great kidder, and he used to
tell me that he and Edith were having an affair, but I
figured if it was true he wouldn't be telling me about it.
Alfred said he was going to a lodge meeting, so you can
imagine how I felt when I saw his car parked in front of
my sister's house. I rang the doorbell, and her dog barked
for 20 minutes before Edith came to the door. Then Alfred
appeared because he knew I saw his car was out in front.
He said he stopped by to fix her water heater. They both
looked guilty as sin. I didn't say anything, but I thought
plenty.
A week later I found a letter in Alfred's tobacco pouch.
It was in Edith's hand, and addressed to Alfred in care of a
post office box I never even knew he had. In the letter she
told him how much she "loved" him, and what a close call
they had had, and that they would have to be more careful.
Alfred is 79, and Edith is 78!
My heart is broken, but a divorce at my age is out of
the question. What should I do? IN SHOCK
DEAR IN: Tell Alfred you found the letter, and let him
do the talking. But don't be too hard on him or Edith. They
may not be playing with a full deck.

DEAR ABBY: My son is engaged to a girl I'll call
Myrtle. She's as lazy as they come, never smiles, and can
sleep around the clock after having done nothing all day.
The only good thing I can say about Myrtle is that she
seems to love my son.
I'm not writing to complain about Myrtle. I am writing
to ask you if I should tell her what kind of man she's
marrying. My son is no bargain. He's a terrible liar. He
has seen other girls behind Myrtle's back, and I have to
keep my cash locked when he's around or it would be gone
in a flash.
Should I tell this unsuspecting girl what she doesn't
know about my son? Or should I let her find out for
herself? HIS MOTHER
DEAR MOTHER: Examine your motives, Mother. Do
you want to break up the match because Myrtle is no
bargain? Or because you're disgusted with your son? I say,
let sleeping dogs lie. Your son may reform. And so may
Myrtle.

CONFIDENTIAL TO "TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN": Your husband could be going thru the male count-
erpart of "change of life." A man who has worked hard for
27 years, and has been a good husband and father, is not
likely to go off the deep end permanently.
Almost every man after 50 becomes a little worried



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sister is no joke
about growing old, and losing his appeal. His ego needs a
boost, and there are plenty of predatory females around,
ready to flatter him and make him feel "young" again. He
falls like a ton of teakwood; then the big thrill wears off
and he comes crawling home to mama, feeling a little
ashamed, but with a nice warm glow inside, reassured that
there's life in the old boy yet.
The smart wife doesn't put on an Academy Award
scene. She swallows her pride, accepts a little "blame" for
not being as affectionate and reassuring as she might have
been. And above all, she never mentions it again, and she
tells NO ONE!
If the woman above is you, and the man is your hus-
band, try this advice, and your man will probably spend
the rest of his life knocking himself out trying to make it
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APARTifN1' ,, P-P. A '
ISLAND
EAST BAY s S i T
WEST BIAY ,T-'.-! I
HOTELS arid QTOL SI.t S,
BEACH LOTS. CO "MERCR
IAL LOTS RESItDE NTIAL
LOrs
A C R E AG F 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 HARPOUR AND
MORE
CALL
DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 21178 cr 80932 21178
P 0- Box N 4648
Nassau, Bahamas


I I REAL ESTATE


FOR RENT


[ 13321 Cl3450 3 0


U :FURNiSHED FOUR
BEDROOM, twn bath housc.
sewing room rand carport foi
>ae or rent Call 31671
between 9 am. b p m.

c 1348.4
A WELL _tdated 21 acie tract
'f ia-7d .jtcble toI Schucl.
S o ie9e c ho -ctal 01 large
housicq- cci .eiopmrent with anl
a,ioadv -x. nt O 000 sq. ft.
b u id q deal or
admi m nt a ntu oJe. notc
intoriatio" Iall 27h;-2 days
42854 night

4 2 A es0 Jo-nson Roc
t Jeeveiopl-ent
0-'eas ohabic p 'ed jt $2 .Oc
Call ic C es'tel Thorips-on
24777 vc nc-i 3 1425 o
4 20 3 n.

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u"< t--- -"d ""div call [J &
V SALES ,id RENTALS wo

the-Icc .. t V' -r L td g '
Ue ,.! tr"-1 ,t S:c+PS Ltd, "W h


t i A !300j

A VERY NICE HOME
4 0i- 3 :;. -iL ltidin' m "aids
'Wprq- .' -o n aw "t cfathb drai
St ; : ': q- DS uti' Ul stoCne
;': .~ ,a r i ijlge kitchen.,
R-: -, :t e'. 'ird oge, ,tuove.
htIi 'j--hc hr!qg hacwnde,
c -.! -c 'c-iv 'j +!.hrch c4 cclctt iinq
oi t .jic'ktc t owels. rhicn
t rst.c i, -tict- y l utensils,
j ,pl ij ; ce hi-fi sotnj
cpnef,- sF. Fiod TV, ug
drJp .. '--i painti.gs,. tibreglass
d'ghv Larqe water L-achnient.
S'l ic, i puic pii cg system .
'[D tible !;t, Harmin-.ony Hill
MRudd. L;'wivement Montagt,
ct.inh, Yjcc-ht (Clubs and
d. q tow. Sll $48,5900.
I" .A c,' .ti suitable tenant


FOR SALE

ONE GAS STOVE Call
5 8803
C 134186


Ad u '


and Chlidren's


W llicam Street off
Sht 1i-v Stre et.

FOR RENT
C 1338
CC F I ,GU S ai .I", apartment
dad t. weekly .*, "xonthly
n ',nr ditoneied, luli' l furnished ,
ad ve'iv cce .vai'vjbie Lovely



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3.000 SQ F. OF
STORE AND WAREHOUSE
SPACE ',.


OFFICE SPACE
DOWN TOWN

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OAKES FIELD AREA ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENTS &
OFFICE SPACE
~'J' + -c -t, $ .l ,, per

L ": p, e -u ft


APARTMENTS OUT EAST



T W O BEDROOM
APARTMENTS WALKING
DISTANCE FROM TOWN
S i uy furnishIed and air
c. cditioned $250 00 per
nqure -. -th t the
', tr ccd re d i 'L thd o, ,
BERT L ROBERTS
LIM231 ED
23 177 or 23178


S13452


ATT ACTIVELY furnished
one bedroom apar trent
ariconditioned, fully carpeted,
T V antenna, automatic
washer and dryer. $200 00
Phone 5-8b12.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C13381
PACE MAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising yacht
Phone 3-23 71.

C 13457
28' BERTRAM flybridae
cruiser A one condition, fully
equipped. Days 77766 evenings
77764.

C134 i2
GOOD outboard motor r wvat '.t
40 h o. or greater. Call V ,
iC, ,- Seafloor AQuanumri
36896.

Ci 1894
1]9,9 31 ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 hp eingint s
with less than 200 hour.s
kitchenette. good conditions
Call 24267, 54011

C13447
28 ft ftbreglass cruise
Excellent condition Sleeps -.
private head, stove. cooler
sink, 2 new 225 h p
'hrv.,ier Marine Engine-., toi
controls, ship to shore radio.
Ideal for fishing. $12,000 or
nearest offer. Telephone
2 2058 days 3 2163 nights.

C ] 3468
23 ANACAPRI 1 0o
S r u r y C r u iser .
Ship-to Shore In Excellent
Condition. $5,b00. Phone
3-4527 2-8293

C13507
ATTRACTIVI, custom bh.
houseboat. pe'fect condcit,4, .
liiu owusly Ur tnished a-
eaunpped. Washed, di v
dishwasher, deep[) free.'e,. fr dgo.
t revsiSonl, air .jrrditioried. o:n
a:a.!y e lec( t iCri! C'. j
Completely s.rPeIeod low'1,qe
with 18ft. ceilig. Cockt jl bar
vwith ice rimachine. Im edinr I
Or-ssevsion. $,'4,000. W ite
"Houseboat", P O. BE,
N1648, Nassa,

C 13504

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

WESTERLY SAIL YACHTS

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS


26 toot F bridge Luhtrs in
fibreglass A. 1967 boat with
- twin 225 Chryslers it is well
equipped with enclosed head,
, , ice box, dinette ard
mre'r $12.000 00

19 foot North American
runabout with st'gle 160 h.p.
Mercr iciisei plus a ') h.p
outboard auxiliary. A good
clean boat, well equipped
i, liud tig radio and trailer.
$3900-00 a. ing

32 't Ditt-R Cru.- hloueboat
-it 160 h p M ,i'. nrse Mas ry
e tras included i ren-.-cato c
Ack ing $5900.00

AT THE MARINE STORE
25 kw. F M. Bedfoid
qe-neiating set ;ust completely
overhauled and checked Price
includes 250 a!. f uel tank,
mnuffler and etra. Low time
sin ce ovei- haul Asking
$3500.00

Peter Stol-m i,-.v weather gear
and sailing life vests We have a
limited number of colours and
sices Corne in ,i!d see the best.

AT THE DIVE SHOP
Just arrived' New bikinis in
super colours and styles. Non
fading, good fttifrgq and in all
sc/es. We have the new siliccne
masks from U S. Divers. These
w,,il not Weda, flake out o01
cnatk and are exclusive at this
shop Now in stock, the
famous Nickonos camera and
ilmn supplies A convenient
isop to i fihI supplies arid
equipment including, 'lash
bulbs, bulb holders,
submer sible exposure guide
and movie. All at Nassau's most
complete Dive Shop. The shop
with the dive flag awning.


P. O Box N1658
Telephone 24869


FOR RENT


CARS FOR SALE


C13379
BLACK CHEVROLET
CAPRICE in excellence
condition. L. J. Knowles, Tel:
58134.
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.

C 13467
SAVE $1200 on new .973
Plymouth Duster Deluxe. W1il
Take Trade. $5600. Phone
3 4527 2-8293.
C 13491
1972 TRIUMPH Spitfire sports
car. This car has been
'-' c _rcf maintained and
cories with hard top, soft top.
covers, radio etc. $500.
Overhaul just completed. Cost
new $4,500 plus. Bargain at
S iiI, Phone 57541.
C 13479
1959 Rolls Royce $9500.
Phone 74295.
C13480
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.
C 13477
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.


C13474
1960 CADILLAC Convertible
white, all equipped minus
A/C, Best offer. 41476.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C 13494
ST. ANNE'S HIGH SCHOOL
Entrance Examinations for St.
rAnne'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
dur tng school hours. Closing
date for entry forms is
Thrusday February 21st.

PETS FOR SALE
Ci 3426
ONLY TWO LEFT! Purebrej
Germa- Shepherd puppies.
$10000 Wormed, 9 weeks
Phone b5 -09 after 5 p.m.

FUNERAL SERVICES
C13509


FUNERAL Sev- cc-s for Mrs-
Lean Smith who died at the
hospital vvill h- held at St.
Joseph's Chui.h Boyd Road at
4 p.m Sun'day. Remai-is will
be lid ckt at Dene rite's
Funeral '-jme riomi 10 am.
Saturday -otc: 3 p rm Sunday.
Survivors ici lude husb.rnd
Raymnri(. i-,c chdren Rudotph,
Eric, Lozc-ai, Pirice Albeit,
Clinton, Pr's Eleanr(I ,',d
Leslie, 1 hI other Ral-qf,h
Nixon, 3 qancdcthldchei a'd 0
great glar d

IN MEMORIAL
C13499
In sad anrd lov- q r-c r ofi
oui deai Htushai ind c jt
Rev. Richaid in ;.j ,h, i )
departed this v ccid Feb ua-i
7 1 .. .. .


fth, 191 /
"Sleep onr
Jesus -


In thtce c, : n, a rt T 1 f


Missed by his f .c-o pMr. Eulah
Deman, 2 ns, -j ,rana I
Rich d 1 ( l ,,I terQ Viula
Johnson, and ,i r, t ', other
relatives.


CLASSIFIED


ADVS.


C13451


L---u-r-- i I .--. I .. ... i I U fuiV Ik w.WiWa Vw


HELP WANTED I I TDAhI~ ~ISviP~


1 .13506 I


IN loving memory of our
beloved mother MARY
SU SAN MONCUR who
departed this life February 8th
1961.
Gone but not forgotten
On the resurrection mourning
Soul and body meet again
No more sorrow, no more
weeping
No more pain.
Sadly missed by four sons,
Gilbert Inspector Dwight
Moncur, Cannis and David
three daughters Mrs. Leonarc.
Davis. Joyce and Doreen.

C13515


IN loving memory of my dear
husband and father Bishop
John B. Edgecombe, who
departed this life Februari 7th
1958.
Sleep on and take your rest
We'll meet you in the morning
By the Bright riverside
When all sorrows have drifted
away
We'll be standing at the portals,
When the gates open wide
At the close of life's long
dreary day.
Gone but not forgotten.
Left to mourn: wife, sister, 11
children, 29 grandchildren and
host of relatives and friends.


SCHOOLS
C 13386
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 an,;
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).

DINING GUIDE
C13514
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Tomorrow's Special
Pig's Feet and Pig's
Belly Souse.
C 13179
F and S TAKEAWAY
Open daily from 7 a.m.
til 10 p.m. daily
Monday thru. Saturday
Serving all native dishes
Phone 24911

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


C 13464
LEGAL or otherwise fully
qualified secretary required fo;
position with law firm.
Shorthand required. For details
enquire telephone 2-2511.


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


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


C13502
CASTLE BANK requires the
sei vices of a stage 2
Bookkeeper also capable of
typing accounting statements
swiftly and accurately.
Candidates should telephone
21626 fou appointment and
test.

C 13496
DEPOSIT and Foreign
exchange Dealer required.
Appointment will be that of
senior dealer and will involve
responsibility tor smooth
operation of existing money
funLtiocns. 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 qualificationsr. Although
age is not a limt. g factor, the
ideal candidate will be in his
late twelntes or eariy thirties
and will have had a minimntumn
of five years deposit and/or
foreign exchange experience in
a major money center.
Previous 'je rpal banking
experiencr e '.,uld be a distinct
advantage as would be
knowledge of a second major
language. Qualifed candidates
invited to subnh:t written
esurmes of educational
background ir'i .'ci" rOi,'" and
experience to World Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0 ;?ox.
N-100, Nassau.


N 106, Nassau
Nassau, Bahamas.


N1ASS


BUSINESS 6 PR


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ANTENNAS
Island Tv 2-2618
AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
BODY BUILDING
Wong's Barbel! Club
5-4506
BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book Shop
5-8744
BUILDERS
Richard's Construction 5.7080
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
CAMERAS
John rF;ll 2-4252/3

CARPETS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

DRAPERIES
Lee's Carpet Cratt 3-1993

DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127
ENTERTAINMENT
Movies *
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden
& Pet 2-2868
Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6
WRECKER SERVICE
Gibson Wrecker
Service
2-8896


2-8896 34351
rn


. 13466
HANDYMAN
house-work,
weekly. Phone


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

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.

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
equipm ,. Please reply in
writing ;.aiinq experience and
salary requirements to Love
Beach Clubs Ltd., P. O. Box
6202, Nassau.

C13350
MANAGER required for Out
Island cottage colony and
marina. Must be full
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.

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. 0. Box N7776,
Nassau, Bahamas.


to help with
etc. $35.00
5-3605.


OFESSIONAL


TORY T

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ll 21 IEXT.

2 [in N llI r


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. 5-4506
SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862
TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co..
2-8681/7
TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
WATER CONDITIONING
Bah. Water Refining
3-4351
Miracle Water
34351


C 13391



2rolur,6e t0d.

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
FORKLIFT 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

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

C13390
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OR MUSIC,
Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.

C 13443
SEWING MACHINE
PARTS AND REPAIRS
Island Furniture Co.
P. 0. Box N-4818,
NassauDowdeswell and
Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152
C 13498
FOR your building needs and
hire see
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4559
Phone 31671 -31672.

C 13503

DECALS, Bumper Stickers,
posters, quantity signs;
quantity printing on plastic
work, metal paper, fabrics etc.
ARAWAK ART. Phone
2-3709, Montrose Avenue.



C13500
THE GLASS Bottom Boat
ASSOCIATION will hold their
first annual meeting on
Monday February 11th at 7:30
p.m. at the Community
Church, Mason Addition west.
The guest speaker will be Mr.
Basil H. Albury, Assistant
Director. Ministry of Tourism,
He will be speaking on
insurance for all boats.
Signed,
Joe Delaney,
President.




IBAHAMA


{L. Classified


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


IELP WANTED
C6668
AUTOMOTIVE &
INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBU-
TORS, LTD. requires:
1) Two (2) Partsmen with at
least three years experience.
2) Position vacant for Female
with high school educ ition, she
must be able to type accurately
and file, we prefer someone
with knowledge of K ordex


(Stock Contro' ) but are
willing to train one interested
to learn.
Interested persons write to: P.
0. Box F-408, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.

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
Buildirt, P. 0. Box F-2666,
Grand Bahama.


-W


Following a re-organisation of tenanciCe

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


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


FOR THE ACTION YI WAIT

(2oHUM


Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


For Business And Services


It I


P LEII WANTED


I A


HELP WANTED


I rl-IAC-C I --


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The (ribmip


Friday, February 8, 1974.


IN MEMORIAL


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: Friday, February 8, 1974.


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GRAND BAHAMA


HELP ENTED
C6674
One (1) DISHWASHER
required.
Please phone: Jim White at
373-2918 or 373-3033,
reportr, Grand Bahama.

C6675
SURVEYOR
Qualified to practise in
Commonwealth Countries with
a minimum of 8 years
experience in Cadastral,
Hydrographic, Topographic and
Construction Surveys. Must be
able to supervise other
Surveyors and office staff.
Chee-A-Tow & Co. Ltd. P. O
Box F-108, Telephone
352-7287.

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.

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.


HELP WANTED
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, including
drink costing, bar costing,
inventory, issue analysis, issue
control.
d) Bi-weekly complete
statement, including full
food/beverage inventory
reconciliation of this
inventory, food cost
percentages, beverage cost
percentages, bar analysis and
separate bar percentages.
e) Training of personnel in all
positions.
For 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

C6670
CABINET MAKER: One (1)
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.
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C6673
Experienced JANITOR for
night duties.
Apply: Box F-2456, Freeport,
M & J Maintenance. Bahamians
Only


"Watch his expression change when he sees the boss
waiting for anyone leaving early by the back way."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 27. Atlantic or
S1. Hoaxes Pacific
6. Detest 29. Prize
t11. Relative 32. Blue grass
*12 Aperture 33. Headache
'14 Nonplus remedy
'15. Join up 34. Dawn goddess
1J6. Brother 36. Hawaiian
,17. Pewter coin precipice
:19. Forfeit 40 Neckwear
-'2. Verve 42. Vigor
22. Woodworking 44. Bankroll
tool 45. Rock salt
24. Title of 47. Furious
address 49. Rootstock
25. Appreciable 50. Water wheel


51. Jackets
52 Adolescence
DOWN
1. Charlotte ---.


RDAY'S PUZZLE
3. Aqualung
4. Shade tree
5. Tribe
6. Leading
7. Crib
8. Auditorium
9. Sluggish
10. Soviet Union
13. Relentless
18. Moonbeam
21. Arrest
23. Menagerie
26. American
humorist
28. Size of writing
paper
29. Saunas
30. Sedative
31. Spotted cat
32. Greek letter
35. Kilns
37. Mindful
38. School subject
39. Thoughts
41. Missile shelter
43. Fabricate
46. Weight
48. Caviar


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

IO )ROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
j GENERAL TENDENCIES: After a dull start
during which much confusion about details is
apt to be in effect, you are able to engage in financial ventures
that are important to you A day to avoid wishful thinking. Be
more maternahstic and down-to-earth
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) With all that work ahead of
you, it is wise to handle the important things first Take time
for exercise Evening is fine for the social
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Make yourself more
attractive by right treatments and then accept invitation that
can bnng more success and happiness in the future.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take more time to add
comfort and harmony at home Show more devotion to kin A
plan to travel should be postponed at this time
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) The morning can
be annoying but later you can make big headway and make up
for lost time Relaxing at home is fine for tonight,
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) You have been too extravagant
with money lately and should now learn to budget more
carefully Listen to what an expert has to suggest
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) You arise in a foul mood but
this soon changes and you can go after what you want most
with vim and vigor Think constructively.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Take steps that will make your
life easier and free from anxieties Also, do something to help
another who is having a tough time now
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) An ideal day to make
fascinating new associates. A personal aim has been vague, but
is now clear in your mind Take it easy tonight
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Many tasks in the
world of activity require you use more wisdom and
determination to aclheve desired results Show cleverness.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) You have to use more
modern methods to have more income in the future Go to the
right sources for the data you need at this time
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Improve your financial
status by making collections and payments that are necessary
Do those things that bnng you more happiness
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Meet with allies and discuss
your joint interests Stick to the truth and get nght response.
Reconcile with one who opposes you
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will
require proper rest early in hfe to gain the vitality that is
lacking There are fine ideas forming in this mind Monetary
matters will be in abundance dunng matunty A good
education is essential if real success is to be achieved Give
good spiritual training early in life
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Prance, land of the bibliophile,
as of the connoisseur in so
many fields, has given birth to
the most luxurious, the most
ambitious and surely the most
expensive of the many
thousands of books on bridge.
Laviliily produced, L'Artsto-
cratie du Bridge (BaUland 129
fra:.cs), by Alan Truscott, Pierre
Jai's and Jose Le Dentu, traces
the history of the game, step
by step, from Culberston and
the Bennett murder case, to the
Omar Sharit Circus and the
come-back of Italy's Blue Team.
Every theme is copiously illus-
trated with pictures of great
personalities and great events.
Spectacular hands abound,
like this one:
North
4A 8
SAK2
0 Q7 2
A 8 7 5 2
West East
4 K Q J 10 7 5 492
S -J9 7 5 4 3
0 J 0 K954
4 K Q J 10 6 4 9
South
6 4 3
O Q 10 8 6
0 A 10 8 62
43
How would you rate South's
chances in 7Z? Iknpossible? On
the contrary, unbeatable on any
lead!
Let's say West opens the 4K.
Declarer wins and leads the OQ.
pinning West's OJ. Crossing to
the 4A, he plays the 07,
finessing. Dummy's 48 is dis-
carded on South's fourth
diamond and the last seven
tricks are made on a cross-ruff,
East under-ruffing six times!
PsychologC, cheating, ethics,
professionalism. everything
comes under the spotlight.
Each one of the authors has
his contribution to make, but
primus inter pares, I suspect. is
Jose Le Dentu. a great player
and a still greater writer.


IOW many
y n words of
A Y fo r "letters
or more can
S rom the
S letters shown
here? In
making a
| word. each
letter may
be used once
onl y. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No pluralt; no foreln words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 24 words, good;
.9 words, ver good9 S33 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Celt cent CENTUPLE clue
cupel cute elect leet lent luce
lucent lune lute pecten peel
peen pelt pent penult puce
pule tune uncle.


Runert and the Jdb, Alfnl,-7


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When Rupert returns home Mrs. Bear is quick
to notice his boots. "What on earth have you
done to them ?" she asks, as she takes the
bunch of holly. "Is that blue paint on the
'toe-cape?" Er-yes, Mummy, it is," replies
Rupert, and he goes on to tell her of the
meeting with the Gomnies. "You'd better see


Daddy," says Mrs. Bear. Maybe he w:ll know
how to get it off." But although Daddy tries
all kinds of stuff, he smply cannot remove the
paint. "It's as hard as iron," he mutters.
"You'll have to wear your rubber boots out
of doors until I can do something about this
pair." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN

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Black ito move) had only two
minutes on his clock before the
time control in this actual play
position, and was threatened
ch. What did Black play, and
how should the game finish ?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master; 20 seconds, chess expert;
1 minute, county player; 2
minutes, lost on time.


I . R.-Q7 ch! wins after 2
K R (2 K-Bl, Q-B7 mate).
Q-B7 ih: 3 K-QI, R-QI ch_
forcing mate.


No 7.3416 I h TIM McKAV

t. He lias lots of Inexilprul lr
lines |()
U. Surgical instrul ents 46)
10. Room. (9)
12. Finish. (3)


Made a eomfortablle hoilme
(7, S)
Ditch. 4)
Plenishes overmuch. (9)
Powesses. (4)
Lively. (5)
Automobiles. l(-41
IO)WN
'or instruction itr
Conme to pasS. (6)
Actual doing. (9)
Land measure. (4)
Part of a flower. (5)
Correct. (1)
Blunt. (6)
The show aid : Kils tie
(41
Treoun. L

(5)
WINar no
re sting

ato dinec

1euest


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I REX MORGAN, M.D.


Continuous show and dancing to Priscilla Rollins, Bedie McKenzie and the Citations.


By DAL CURTS


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Friday, February 8, 1974.


Bahamas has top talent, says volleyball veteran


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Sork "t depends on the
d JidIjuls that you are
aching. There are some
people that really want to
Becoitme much better and the'
put more work into it.
Selnick explained.
Nevertheless. "the players
.re Iing T'hey are doing
--' I tell then to ldo
dil the\ ,are improving."
Sei/nik pointed out though
:.i it is hard to train
. tinuallyli unless there is
oimte form of competition to
Pital against "You can't keep
:raining without some goal
I fe goa! now of course is the
pc iIng games

lic sees the Bahamas' squad
., being weak in fundamental,
t he material is there. But it',,
;'1 raw\ I material. It has to be
S 11, ;,.1. sound. That's
Sht ", wrong with the
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fundamentals are weak. We just
have to improve the
fundamentals because h.:
have all the ability."
However, the way the
squads have been improving
over the past week they,
hopefully should be ready for
the games. "The team gets
better and better everyday ."
It was Bahamas Volleyball
Federation president Dr.
Norman Gay who formerly
invited Selznick to the
Bahamas. "I was playing in
Florida and he asked me to
cotme down and coach his
team, make them better so
they can be represented like
they should ie in the (Central
American Games," hie recalled.
Sel/nick accepted. "I like
doing this. I like :'i ,pI i' in
,11.: all all over ihe world
I've done it nany times in
different places and it's a
challenge to do this"


Putting the exercise back into golf


FRt EPORT Renliher th, ... i htin i ,,le t s olt ia lix .--t P, ,-lt ,
considered a good dait 's exrcii,,t Bahana Re i N aik :tmdi ;itGolt
Club have put that old exercise hbak Mt t g ,tll
That right. ou ca a nti ii k t !ln tourltW ct)i:'plt i it -
cardd\ all "' lectro ( addr \ ith ui a dii t it l 4A 1 *
conv''nience, ouil c 1 an no i rete r tlhl ttillt ihlwn pc ti IA .
beei lacking from the gamnite t Vri x U

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thAt kt fouerhnkrs e ai ahama Reef Yacht and G ld Clu play a r n l in tet
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A foursome at Bahama Reef Yacht and Gold Club play a round of golf using the
"Electr" Caddies" hooked to waist band or pocket.

Races warning for youngsters


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FLORIDA T.V.STARS




WRESTLING



BIRDLAND

MT. ROYAL AVE. & CAREW ST.


SAT. 9th FEB.


DOORS OPEN 7:45 M.


MAIN EVENT

Greatest Tag-Team
s ml, rlwiti: tL 1hamian


GRAPPLER &

BLACK ANGEL
-VS
SCORPIO 1&2 1:S-.-

Semi-Final

PRINCE
KUKUKIA

-V5

MASK DEVIL


LESTER KENNEDY Protege of I)r Jack
/ \ (Fla.) -vs
WILD GOOSE ( lahaminiani


Ip BLACK BEARD -vs-SUPER PLUS(Bah)
Ref eree DR. JACK

4 COME EARLY- DON'T MISS THE ACTION

CHILDREN (under 15) $2.00
SGEN. ADMISSION $4.00
RINGSIDE $6.00

BECK'S the BIG one will be there...will you?


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West Indies

safely home
P()RI OF1 SPAIN West
Indies captain Rohan Kanhai
cracked the winnmen riun
Thursday as his team ccti tl
overpowered ItLgIlalnd (to in1
the first Testt of the current
series
Kanhai stroked a Keith
Fletcher deli \t,; past
mnidwicket and it was a.ll over
the V -. Indies hiad won lV
seven wickets I lie had
needed lust 55 t:irn
Thursday's play to win

PALMDALE
TOURNAMENT
iTH PALM)DA I (lit ( lui
hold their first totllrna!lelit to!
1Q74 tomonritr ait Su1tli
Ocean (;olt (Club tht J S.
Johniin sponsre d tltaii
hetgins at :x 2.

BOXING
BA llAMAS ieaw\ ei!lh
champ Boston Blacki, d.''.
!T a itgli I '2 p undi'. tak. :;
American )Dave \lalthi'.s i
ten rounder tonight at
the R.M Bailes (;\ in
In an eliminatiiton bout,
heavyweight contender Bobh
Free/e tackles veteran Carl
Baker in a ten rounder.


ALI -AKRil \l forward
Winsome )Davidson crammed
20 of her game high of 2ti
point' iil the last two quarters
lifting St Johnts College senior
girls tromt a nine point deficit
to a decisive 43 -3 victor\ over
(le rn i nile t High S hi ool
,estcrdai
'l., ,. ihout key
perfolt'rers Maij s Bullard and
Jadni Bethel. St. Joltin' trailed
21-14 at the halt l)Davidon
then teamed up \V itl Valerie
Smith t o! a lotai ot 12 0 iOintI
giing tilhe home LIItatt a 30-201
edge hi the end i o that period
Davidson returned in the
;iulih iquiar er and reld I2
o St t Jolnt's 13 points giving
(;o\ernmient tigh their second
!''ss in nine plAI ed
I IO).i *MaOke topped 1;i 1
. h 1 2 L.iu dj .' I le
added 10 and Karen lurnquest

Shwligtmi winImiiin !o!in that
ctrried the to victoria against
dc tending champs St
Augustine's (College last wcek.
(; 11 S on baskets Iy IMackey,
and Woodside rallied to a six
point 14-8 first quarter lead.
Ingrid Symonette and Karen


added tot (;iover!!nenl t lihq 's
attack in the second quart
increa ing: thien ic;le d I 1

Joyce Ihoampson ",icl
nine points whli ile It bbiiN
StubbN and Paula Grant teameilt
ulp for 15 rebound iin ll \I1 inai,
College senior girls 24-21 edi e
over R.1. Haail\ liX h
Aqtuinas held the ,half tlne
lad 1 3-5 before tHle\ were
threatened on baskets I' 1)
Macke, and I Know Ie '
Macke tloppedt Baley 1,1 !
with 14
RUGBY
I "IS \" I I Kt sih i
1pro1 idC pI cn1 i oIfl excitii'\i c
for New Providence Rugb\
I. i ns, \\ ith iie W ii 1 Fi:!cpor
( lu b I rov ili:.i 4 w I -p p .. o,
in both gonoc,
I inl t orrUo' v tih \
s'lch duld to' ll et aili, i-
th h: ii- l 'i, u 1 k, .
3 0 p.m.I I *i will bf
anxi to ttblii is .
theni selves as lavo n t,' tlie

On Sunday, .it 'I >tcl:l r
Parade, Ficepor itt inc i
much illmpltved ira oaks side
(kick off 3 00 p.)it.)


Winsome lifts


St. John's


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