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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: January 6, 1973
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VOL. LXX. No. 38
Saturday, January 6, 1973.
Price: 20 Cents
LAUGHT1K IS ELECTION COURT, BUT
FNM I.AWYE BRINGS WITNESS, SHOWS
2 women who voted in
North were living in South
By MIKE LOTHIAN
TWO WOMEN, who may have voted in the September 19 North End Long Island election, have been living in
the Clarence Town constituency for a year, the Election Court was told yesterday.
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Fountain has claimed thai
Melvira and Delorei
Cartwright, former students al
the San Salvador Teachers'
College, cast ballota .ii Sen
Salvador polling Station on
Sept. 19 although the) had not
been resident In the North End
I ong Island, Rum Cay and San
Salvador district for the
required six months prior to
election da>
Friday afternoon Mr.
Fountain's attorney in the
Election Court hearing, the
Hon. I ugene Dupuch, Q.C.,
called as witnesses two Long
Island residents in a bid to
prove the two women had been
resident and leaching in I
ABACO ELECTION
HEARING IS
POSTPONED
THE i "OOl'i K'S rOWN
ii Court petition I
former FNM candidate
'.i Thompson recognized
the lawful!]
ntative :".- O per's
Town is lo he postp
The hearing was to have
opened Monday, but will now
have to be put over because of
the continuance of the North
l ml I on| Island petition case
and the illness of Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson.
The Elections Court has set
aside Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday anil Friday for the
North I-nd Long Island hearing
which opened Wednesday.
The new Supreme Court
session opens Wednesday, and
were Chief Justice Sir Gordon
Brycc and Mr. Justice James
Smith to continue with
election hearings alter next
week, there would be no one
to deal with the criminal
sessions of the Supreme Court,
in the absence of Mr. Justice
Thompson.
It is therefore unlikely thai
thfl Cooper's Town case will be
heard before the end of the
Criminal Sessions.
Max Thompson in
PMH with diabetes
MR. JIM M I Maxwell
Thompson entered the private
ward of the Princess Margaret
Hospital Wednesday where he
is expected to remain for a
week undergoing treatment.
Mis. Thompson said today
her husband is suffering from
diabetes and doctors advised
that he enter hospital.
The Judge is expected to
spend some time at home
recuperating following his
hospital slay.
S. ARMY TRANSFER
THE I'RI SI VI Salvation
Army Territorial Cominaiulei
for the Caribbean and I mliil
America is to he transferred to
another post, ii was announced
today
Colonel and Mrs. Finest Y
Denham have received farewell
older, and will be leaving
Kingston, lamaica, roi I ondon
on January 25 to he reassigned
to another post. Major Henry
Russell, Regional Commander
of the Bahamas said.
The new Territorial
Commander will he Colonel
and Mrs. John I). Needham.
who will lake up their post on
February I.
Deadman's Cay put ol the
Clarence Town constituent \
since the beginning ol 1972.
I veryone in the courtroom
the packed (public) gallery,
law students, attorneys for the
various parlies in the case and
in a lesser extent the presiding
judges wen- convulsed with
laughter when heavy
equipment operator Edward
Taylor testified at various
stages in his examination lo
knowing Delorei Cartwright,
Melvina Cartwright, Meldora
Cartwright, Virginia Cartwright
and Fedora Cartwright.
Under the deluge of names
one lawyer was heard to utter:
"I'm completely lost!"
Patiently tr>mg to unravel
ingle t'> names. Mr.
Dupuch was able to elicit from
the witness the testimony that
Meldora ami \ irgjnia h id been
^ at the I owei
Deadman's Cay public school,
anil living with their parents m
thai settlement "about a
year."
Whether Meldora and
Virginia were alternative names
fin Melvira .nil Delores, whose
votes in San Salvadoi were in
question, was nol made clear.
However, Mi Dupuch
produced a photograph of a
group of persons in a
graduation ceremony and Mr.
Taylot identified two ol the
women in the picture as
FNM is considering
disciplinary action
against Watkins, MP
PARTY OFFICERS of the Opposition Free National
Movement are reportedly considering disciplinary action
agiiinst 1'iaverick member Er iiigtmi Waikius who has already
expressed his defiance of Leader Kend.il Isaacs and his
disenchantment with the FNM's role at the recent independence
talks in I ondon.
EYE
TESTS
CONTACT
LENSES
ROBFRT T. HIRST
Optometrist
Savoy Hldg.
FREEPORT
I elephone 352 5906
Mr. Watkins has claimed that
supporters of the FNM were
sold down the river when the
party agreed lo accept
Independence, even though
they fought their election on
an anti-independence platform.
What has particularly irkeil
the FNM executive is the fact
thai Mr. Watkins gave no
indication of his feelings until
the Opposition delegation was
preparing lo go lo the U.K.
"When, after the election,
Mi Isaacs said the Opposition
was prepared to accept the
people's mandate for
Independence, his statement
was first approved by the
general council before being
made public," a parliamentary
member said.
He maintained thai al no
time did anyone express any
objections lo the statement.
The FNM representative said
Mr, Watkins and the Abaco
separatists were told thai it
they felt they could gel
anywhere with the British
government on #lhe issue ol
"no independence" for the
Bahamas then Ihe parly would
he prepared to hack them.
NOSFPARATION
"We made it clear, however,
that we did nol support Ihe
idea of separating Abaco from
Ihe rest of Ihe Bahamas
because it was completely
impractical and would not
work.
"We also pointed out that
the British government had
plainly staled il intended lo
give Ihe Bahamas its
Independence and would not
encourage separatism, so our
major concern was lo do all we
could lo obtain a just
constitution."
In this, he added, the I NM
had fully succeeded.
Continued Hie I NM
spokesman angrily: "Theie ire
many things thai we obtained
around the table thai Abaco,
and particularly the while
people of Ihis country should
thank us lor."
He referred specifically to
last night's Tribune story
concerning the basic freedom
of movement which might have
been curtailed if Deputy Prime
Ministel Arthur llanna had
so, cii,1 -d in getting his way.
HOUSE ARRFST
"Many white people who
might have wished to leave the
country OOUld very well have
been Stopped from doing BO,
while ollici i ili/ens like Mr.
Watkins might have found
themselves under house arrest,
"The FNM is convinced that
it took the right course. We
made it clear to the
government that we t nil \
intended lo walk out on
hi tain issues, il we were not
satisfied, ami that is why the
government made so many
concessions at Hie conference.
''As a responsible
Opposition, we accepted the
tacts ut b'fe that in voting lor
Ihe PLP the people had voted
for independence.
"While Mr. Watkins was
making u spectacle of himself,
the Offk lal I NM delegation
was busy at the conference
table trying to secure Ihe rights
and freedoms of all the
Bahamian people." the I NM
representative declared.
BETHELL BAPTIST'S
OLDEST MEMBER DIES
MRS. ROSA Bosfield "I
west street, died I hursdaj al
her home at the age ol 92
She was the aunt of the late
Dr. C. R. Walker, and organist
ol Bethell Baptist Church foi
many yens, as well as the
oldest member of the church.
She is sunned In .in
adopted daughter, Mrs. Rost
Grant; three grand nephews,
Dr. C. R. Walker Jr. ol Dayl
Ohio, David Walker of B
Conn, ami Reinhard Walkei il
Nassau, three grand mccs. Hi
I iniell lladdox of Nashville
fennessee; Miss I illiaun Walker.
Mrs. Juliette Bam well and
othet relatives.
Funeral services will be held
3.30 p.m. Sunday at Bethell
Baplisl Church. Meeting Street
and will be conducted by Dr.
II. W, Brown.
Interment will be in the
church cemetery.
SALVATION ARMY
DAY OF PRAYER
t.l NT RAI I nk Wickberg,
lnlernation.il I e.uler ot I lie
Salvation Army, has set aside
sunday lo be observed as a day
of prayer and help throughout
the Army world tor the victims
of the Managua earthquake,
A special offering will lu-
taken up during Ihe
regular religious services al I he
Salvation Arms Corps in
Nassau and 1 leulhera Sunday.
Any friends wishing to take
part in this special offering and
ffbrt may do so by contacting
Major Henry Russell, Regional
Commander, At IV o Box
n:iis.
Contributors are asked to
mark their donations
"Nicaragua Relief".
Meldora ami Virginia. IK also
to point out a woman
present in court whom he said
was Meldora, the same woman
in the photograph ami one ol
ihe 1 owei Deadman's Caj
teachers.
M I ountain is petitioning
the I lei lion Court with that
claim that he should I: ive been
returned as tin elected
representative following Ihe
Sept. 19. votmg. \i ihe time,
however, district Returning
til I . the ele< tion a lie between the
I NM candidate and PI P
candidate Philip Smith, and
ile, lared the election void.
\ fresh poll was held on
Octobei 6, and Mr, Smith was
announced the winner.
Jam.man attorney Vivien
Blake. Q.C, representing the
PIP candidate in the hearing,
cross-examined Mr. Taylor but
was unable lo get any more
precise information from the
witness, although he did
tain thai Mr. Taylor was a
supporter of the I NM
Ml I aylor was followed in
the witness box by 1 owei
Deadman's Cay resident
Rudolph Turnquest.
Mr. Turnquest said that
Meldora and Virginia
Cartwrighl had been leaching
in his home settlement for
"about :i yeir."
He also was able to pick Ihe
Iwo women out of Ihe
photograph, and pointed out
the woman in court whom he
said was Meldora, Mr.
Turnquest was not
cross-examined by either Mr.
Blake or Crown Counsel Alpu:
Russell, sitting in for Attorney
General Gerald Collet! who is
representing the Returning
Officer
Friday 'S hearing ended at
3:45 45 minutes earlier than
on the previous two da\s ,1
the I lection Court case
when Mr. Dupuch said he had
to subpoena turther witness,
He said he had hoped thai
assistant director of educalmt
Mrs. Susan Wallace could havi
established Iro :i Mini
records that Ihe Iwi
Cartwright women completed
their courses at the teachers'
nillege in June, 1971 and siiki
then had been on San Salvador
only three days for the April 7.
1972 graduation ceremonies
However, an objection to
the admissability of most ot
Mrs. Wallace's evidence.
submitted by Jamaican Dr.
Lloyd George Barnett,
appearing' with Mr. Blake foi
Ihe PLP candidate, was upheld
by Ihe court Friday morning
Mr. Dupuch said I riday
iftemoon that "I will have to
subpoena certain persons to
piove what Mrs. Wallace could
have proved lie added that
he wanted also lo subpoena a
a witness the photographer
who look Ihe picture in which
Meldora and Virginia
Cartwright appeared. I In
photographer would testify as
lo when the photograph was
taken and in what
circumstances.
Before the hearing war
djourned to 10 a.n. Monday.
thief Justice Sir Gordon
Bryce. who is presiding with
Mr. Justice James Smith, asked
counsel to meet with them in
chambers to discuss how' much
more tune would be needed to
complete the hearings.
Ihe hearings, ninning longer
th.:n at firsl expected hccausi
of lengthy legal arguments on
the first two days, will take al
least one more day and may
upset Ihe Supreme Court
calendar,
\nother election petition, in
relation to the Cooper's Town
constituency where I'NM's
Leonard Thompson was
narrowly defeated by pi p
encumbcnl Scherling tootle,
hail been Scheduled to start on
Monday, and the Criminal
Assizes ot the Supreme Court
aie lo open on Wednesday.
MORE THAN 200 PERSONS turned out Friday afternoon for the official opening of
the new Bahamas Electricity Corporation Ministry ot Works Blue Hills Power and
Desalination plant. Prime Minister Lynden Pindling delivered the opening address (top)
and was escorted on a tour of the new $15 million facilities by BEC general manager
Coburn Sands, (below. Also shown is part of the storage tank facilities for fuel oil
consumed by Ihe gas turbine generators. (Inset) Mr. Pindling, accompanied by Mr. Eric
Symonette, diesel and gas turbine superintendent (left) takes a look at some of the power
station's controlling switch gear.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.
BEC have corrected problems & 'now
we're up to scratch and load
shedding is a thing of past'-PM
vv I MADE A BOO-BOO and we ordered some engines thai really didn't perform up to scratch,
but now we're up to scratch and load-shedding is a thing of the past," Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling declared Friday al Ihe official opening of Ihe $15 million Blue Hills power-water
complex.
The period I9i
encompassed the years 'The
lights failed," and "we shudder
to think of them," hut with
the coming on line of the Blue
Hills complex's generating
power tin energy crisis is ovei
and preliminary planning has
been completed for the
addition ol turther equipment
Sufficient to meet the energy
demands ol the next five years.
Mr, Pindling said.
I he centrally-located
complex was jointly built ami
is jointly operated by the
Ministry of Works and the
H a h a m a s Electricity
Corporation.
HI ( executive chairman
Preston Albury. M.P., echoed
the Prime Minister's theme of
mistakes corrected and
problems overcome.
"The years of 1967,'68, '69
and a part of 1970 do not ring
fond memories to BEC nor
indeed to most of you olli
consumers," Mr. Albury told
the gathering of over 200
people attending the opening
ceremonies Friday afternoon.
PROBLFMS'
"During those years we were
plagued with many gcncr.il i in
problems, Much of our
I generating) plant comprised
small and old deisel engines
whiih were subject to
breakdown and became
uneconomical lo run.
"I here wele pioblems
aSKX ialed with the obtaining
of quantities ol suitable watet
for the boilers it our steam
powei station at Clifton pier,
and with certain diesel plant
recently secured that iiist failed
lo perform."
The commissioning during
1970 and '71 of four gas
turbine generators at blue Hills
has now, however, taken Ihe
t orporal ion s generating
capacity up to lK),000
kilowatts, while during the
fiscal year ending September,
1972 ihe maximum demand
was a relatively low -1 000
Kw.
And in preparation for
future increases in demand i
fifth gas turbine has been
ordered and, according to Mi
Pindling, "the Corporation has
tinished preliminary planning
for installing a steam operating
system lo help meet the
demand for power in ihe next
five sears.
I lie "boo-boo" admitted hv
the Prime Minister was Ihe
o r d e r i ng of four
Fairbanks Morse deisel
generator, Ihe Corporation
was so dissatisfied with the
operation ol the tirst two to be
installed that 'he ordeis foi the
third and fourth
'led.
FILL GAPS
With the reliabilit) ami
capacity obtained with the
coming on line ol the Blue
Hills generating plant, the
Corporation was able lo shut
down Ihe smaller plants in
Cable Beach ami on Bay Street,
anil Ihe Big Pond and Soldier
Road stations wele stepped
down to "cold standby" status
and are now being used only
ocasionally to meet peak
demands ot to fill gaps
between supply an I demand in
emergencies (iencration is now
Hated .it Hlnc Hills anil
Chiton Pier
I he othet side ol the Blue
Hills complex operation is that
of desalination, ,, process, used
by the Works Ministry to
convert salt water into fresh
water tor public consumption.
In a brochure handed out to
those attending Friday's
ceremonies, Director of Works
Calvin Coopet admitted that
the completion of the two
million galloi s per-day Aqua-
( hem desalination plant was
delayed about iwo ye.us.
IMPRACTICAL
"It would be Impractical,"
Mi. Coopet wrote, "to attempt
In enumerate the reasons whs
the construction programme
was nol met. Suffice il to say
lhal there were problems
caused by factory and shipping
si nkes. unforseen local
conditions and unpredictable
behaviour of machinery
equipment and materials."
Mi Cooper's message also
give a humourous insight into
ihe permanency of the ivil
service compared wiih the
political appointee.
desalination plant
being dedicated today," he
is the end result ol six
yean ol discussion, studies
report waiting, decision
making. planning and
construction,
"During that period the stall
the Miinstiv ol Woiks
directly responsible lor Ihe
implementation of waier
policy have xcucd under two
Governments, five ministers,
three permanent secretaries
and two directors of public
works."
Ihe I DP Covcrnmenl
started the programme and Ihe
PLP Government brought it to
t r u 11 i o n Ministerial
responsibility passed from
John Bethel lo Cecil Wallace
Whitfleld, Clement T.
May n.iui. I Ivinpton Coakley
and to the current minister.
Simeon L, BOWS.
Ihe permanent se, i -lanes
involved have been Sir Unun
Mttrwick, il,.i. u.t Munning-1 anu
ihe present office-holder, A. K,
Wright.
Mr. Cooper look over as
il .mi I s from W. Jan
Deal.
FUNERAL SERVICES
MM KM services lor John
Varence, 54, of Anderson
Street, who died recently are
to be held at .< p.m. Sunday at
Hi. I ,i I Street Gospel Hall. His
survivors include his wife
Cynthia, his son Leroy, his
father William Varence of
Nassau, three sisteis Kemlda.
Bloneva and Sandra and two
brothers Daniel and Howard.
DOCTOR BURIED
ALIVE REPORT
MENDOZA, ARi;t NTIISIA )
Police said lrida> they are
Investlptfng a caw in which a
doctor, pronounced dead ,,t ., n, ,n
may have been entombed
.ill.i.
the Victim wai Dr. Vni,.iil
r.lniHiii, known in the l.is jl.-ras
.listrul is llu- doctor ot tin (.....,
becauM "i the Basfcrtaaei hi I
Ii i COuM nol pj> I,,, t|.
The police gave ||,ts .......in
ii.- luftered a heart aii.i, i uk.
27 and Ins fellow doClOCS certified
ihai ii had caused his death, \ttei a
funeral icrvlcc ties. 2H the .uffin
was waled with a ilnt shield and
i n in, i.miik mausottum at
the Mendoia cemetery
I ,,sl SiiimI.o in/Ill. ., wan Inn.mi
told police he heard a noise From
(In loml nil when In ellIti.-.l lie
loimd llu ,i,tlin. which had l-< en
placed mi .i pedestal six reel high,
had fallen m the floor. \ it,
wooden covel iptintered m ilo i.ill
and i iitass window m ihe /mi
shield u.is hit,ken. ill, w.llitllll.lll
aid, He added lhal Ihe body
contained s, rail hea and brul
i apparent on the da) il
ihe entombment.
golue refused to trim an) I, hull
i in, it Investigation and memben
a i'ohiiieiu's (.mill, declined lo
i ,i to newsmen.
WORI I) WAR II SHRAPNEL
SETS 0F> ALARM
BUI I KIO, Nl W YORK, inn. 5
(Al") \ ".I" passing through a
: leclof .ii Ihi Iisjrtj|.
\irpnfl "11 illUtMl.lS Ml llir JiJUfl
.mil win iiniin li.ilftv
urdered t" ampt) hli pockatSi
Nothing matallk -sjs founds
An Fatttaru Aii I nils Nfiiki'Mnan
nJd th iii.n toM Nm Inapacton ht
was World W veteran still
earrylni iMfpiwI tVon . oml >i
in jnr\ .
Hi vv;\ lllOWsd lt> bn.iiil
ONLY 4HJ PERCENT OF
ELIGIBLE YOUTH VOTED
M \SMIM. D 'N < M'l DespU.
the effort "i both political imiik-s
Id |iil tlli-in In thfl {< Mv Ins Hun
hall til llu- 1 I iiullmn newly
ciiira1 liisc'l youni paoplafron in
to lOvottd m ih, |f73 i'i,-M(k-iiiui
election, ihe (Yii.us Bureau said
VVcdnaada)
In i IfMCJal *urve>. Uk- BtBTMU
raportad thai v.' mMNon souths
SetWTfMfl IH jii.I 20 voted last
fctvambar, a figure rcpraaantlng
>nl> 4K.3 pal .ml "I all those in
ihai if catefor) tvho wtraallajlbh
f.i vole t>. Iha flrtl tlnta natnuiall>.
SAND FIRM'S
LICENCE IS
REVOKED BY
GOVERNMENT
BAHAMAS Utilities Limited
continued today lhal
Government had revoked its
UcsnoC 10 mine sand. The
i cancelled, on
i ber 31,
Thereto!
spokesman, "we cannot Ii
any more sand for the putilii.
ii i. we are presently
in negotiations with the
Minist r ol I ransport, the Horn
Darrell K II
Bahamas Utilities, which in
1970 was denied the use ot
Malcolm's Park sand depot to
hoard sand, was the rri
supplier ol -and to tin put1
The Government's
David Morrison and K
Perm's Square Deal rrucking
Company were permitted bj
Government to share
Malcolm's Park for their sand
dredging operations.
However, Mr. Perm's
dredger. Andros Madelin.
which land on June 1ft, still
lies half submerged in the
S.uiows. I'or Ihe pasl sc
months il has been called "a
hazard to mariners" by
boatmen, but the barst lias not
been removed On July 25 last
year Port Director Leon
flowers said it was "a partial
hazard." He said boats could
pass it, "bill it is still not in the
lust place."
\ i M.iii
1 atei a light was pl.ued on
the barge and Mr. I low
advised mariners In \ugusi that
until it is moved "it would be
advisable lor people lo use the
main entrance to the harbour
at the western end ol Paradise
Island."
When Bahama Utilities
Limited were denied the use of
M denim's Park I I '.
. :., ,,
Shipyards, which was ottered
thcrry by Sir Roland
Symonette
Although Bahamas I nlitie
has loiiiijiuotisl) operated its
barge Saadcraft from Ihe
shipyards, it has operated at a
disadvantage.
S.uideralt. with a capacity
foi 150 yards of sand, Lin get
in and out of her berth at all
times only when she is empty.
However, when loaded she
must operate with Ihe tides
I In problems of sand
deliver) started in 1968 when
mmenl decided to allocate
i section of Malcolm's Park lo
Mi Perm's company to the
exclusion of all other sand
haulers
GIBSONS CELEBRATE
48th ANNIVERSARY
MR. AND MRS. Timothy
Gibson, celebrated their 48th
wedding anniversary on I riday,
December 2**. al the home of
then daughter, Mrs. t lunnaine
Thompson, off McKinney
Drue
Mr. Gibson, who has been
Mush Directoi with the
Minisirv ol I ducalion for
nianv ve.iis. is slso the author
o! the new H.iliainian National
Anthem "Bahamaland".
Vboul ''" i lose relatives and
friends attended the buffet
dinnet given by Mrs.
I hompson,
ihe toast lo Mis. Gibson
was nude by her younger
brother, Solicitoi General
Langtson Hilton, and Mr.
Gibson by his nephew Irwin
Gibson, who is with tin
ins Department.
Ihe Gibsons aie the parents
of three daughters Mrs.
I hompson, Mrs. Paula
Newbold and Mrs. Fay
Callender of Barbados.
JAMAICAN CONSULAR
OFFICER IN FREEPORT
A Jamaican consular officer
will be al the I raining Centre
of Ihe Purl Authority, the
Kipling Building. Irceport
lioin 9 a.m. to 12 noon and
from 1:30 p.m. lo 3 p.m. on
January 10
NEW
BODY SHIRTS
by
FORMFIT ROGERS
$14.95


Ehr Eribunr
Saturday, January 6, 1973.
News highlights
BLACKOUT ON BOMB DAMAGE
Nixon unsureif Hanoi
VS. DENY RESUMPTION OF BOMBING
SAIGON, JAN. 6 (AP) The U.S. Command dvim-d tod II......
charges thai U.S. warplanes had resumed bombing above Ninth Vietnam's
20th parallel, but a spokesman refused lo comment on rcconnabunei
operation* in the northern heartland that btcfcidei Hanoi and
Haiphong.
The North Vietnamese Foreign Ministry issued a Mate men) broadcast (>*
radio Hanoi charging that U.S. planes attack.id above the 20th parallel
Friday, violating President Ninon'* puhlu coaamttinenl ball week lhal he
waa halting the bombing in that region. The bombing hall vv.is lied t" -<
resumption of the private peace talks in Paris
Hanoi's statement charged that U.S. waffltanei bombed MfflMI)
populated areas" In Hoa Binh Province, which is jtisi above thfl 10th
parallel and southwest Hanoi.
North Vietnam also charged thai the United State* wai Continuing
reconnaissance operations above the 20th parallel, Including, Hanoi, 1h<
U.S. Command refused comment, but other American Informants
confirmed the reconnaissance operations, whiih have been customer)
during past bombing pauses.
PRELUDE TOMEETINC OF CHIEFS
PARIS (AP) Technical esperts of the United States and North
Vietnam met Friday for the fourth da> in a row as in adjunct to lite rttajoi
sessions next week between Henry A. Kissinger tnd l i Dui Tho,
The experts are working on detailed points thai could be part ol an
Indochina cease-fire agreement. The major polntl Diuat be worked out in
the Kissinger-Tho sessions starting here Monday.
A U.S. spokesman, David Lambertvin, said (he experts would meet
again Saturday morning.
The South Vietnamese delegation chief. Ambassador Pham Dang I.am.
meet for 40 minutes with Foreign Minister Maurice Schumann ol I ran a
Schumann, he said, "wishes to aid in lattttamtnl <>' tins problem end II in
thus normal that I should meel him from time to linn- la claril
position."
NEAR UNANIMOUS VOTE AGAINST US BOMBING
OTTAWA. JAN. 6(AP) Vtrtualj HriuHoul opposition, Canada's House
of Commons has approved a resolution deploring the U.S. bombin| "l the
Hanoi-Haiphong area; and it called Oil Ajnerlea to abstain from fuithai
bombing in North Vietnam's hearlUnd.
The only expression of oppoalhoa to the resolution mi Frlda) came
from John Dicfenbaker, the former Conservative Prime Minister. He said
that It would be the first time the- CooifDOM has passed a resolution critical
of "our great neighbour to the south."
Parties from the left to the right wing voted for the resolution, which
was Introduced by Foreign Secretary Mitchell Sharp.
DISCUSS SOVIET VIETNAMESE COOPERATION
MOSCOW, JAN. 6 (AP) U Due Tho, North Vielnam's cluil
negotiator at the Paris peace talks, left Moscow and arrived in Parti
Saturday after a round of talks with Soviet leaders.
Tho and Dr. Henr> Kissinger, President Nixon's chief lorcign Polk)
Adviser,, arc scheduled to resume secret dlacussions on Vietnam Monday.
Friday night, Tho conferred with Konstantin Kulushrv, Secrotar) of th
Soviet Communist Party? Central Committee, and with Andrei Klrttenko,
a member of (he party's IS-nun ruling politburo.
The news agency Tass said the men discussed 'prohlems .t
Soviet-Vietnamese cooperation' but did not elaborate.
Tho regularly stops in Moscow on his long >ourney between Hanoi and
Paris. He arrived in Moscow from Hanoi Thursday.
LICENCES OF BRITISH OWNED UGANDAN FIRMS
KAMPALA, UGANDA, Jan. S (AP) A government Ipokeim II
Friday night 88 British-owned companies here would not have their trading
licences renewed for this year.
Another 76 British-owned companies would be allowed to continue
operating here, the spokesman said. He added that (here were lltofji Ith i
"between 500 snd 600 foreign-owned companies in Uganda," of which
164 were wholly British.
Earlier President Amin had announced that some 500 British-owned
companies would be handed over to Ugandans, while 94 would remain
under their present British ownership. The discrepancy between the two
sets of figures was not explained. He said 88 companies would not be
rellcensed for this year, and were "accordingly advised to wind up their
affairs in Uganda."
Moat of them were among the smaller British-owned concerns Here. Itia
bigger companies were either relicensed, or were unaffected by the
announcement because thev were partly non-British owned.
AMIN SETS UP COMMITTEE TO VALUE BRITISH FIRMS
KAMPALA, UGANDA (AP) President Idi Amin said Friday Britain
would have to give Uganda time to value the British companies being tuken
over here before talks could begin on compensation, radio Uganda said.
Amin told acting British High Commissioner Harry Unnd "W. donl
want to discusi when we ire not ready." He said a committee would be
^ppotn^ed to value the 500 British awaipaiifcw being traneferred lo '
.Africans, and the 34 British cotccrns which have i..,n ..oinmali/ed
Another committee would review Uganda's foreign exchange position.
"Once this is finished." he sasl. "I shall be in a position to welcome an)
delegation from Britain to corm and discuss with us on the value issue"
CLOVE f.*\ 3GLERS MAY YET BE EXECUTED
NAIROl an. 5 (AP) Fears mounted here lrida> tor I he lafot) Oil
11 Kenyans sentenced to death in Zanzibar for clove smuggling, following,
reports from the island thai the government of President Aboud Jiimhc
intends to go ahead with the executions.
* The Kenysns were sentenced by a peoples court last month .ill, i
evidence they smuggled cloves from the island to the Kenyan port of
Mombasa.
Zanzibar's Attorney General, Woldgang Dourado, arrived lure I ridaj
amid speculation he will discuss the sentences with Kenya officials.
LONDON FLU WIDESPREAD IN U.S.
I ATLANTA, GA. (AP) Influenza or similar respirator) dsB8B8M have
now been reported in 17 states, including a number of urban areas. (In
National Centre for Disease Control suid today.
Dr. Robert J. Rubin, an epidemologisl at the National Centre here.Uld
outbreaks of influenza have been noted in Boston, New York, the
Baltfmore-Washington area, San Francisco Bay area and Memphis, Trnn.
. He said, however, "it cannot now be determined if the I nglish flu will
become widespread throughout the country."
The English or London, flu is of the same viru'. family as the Hong Kong
flu, which was widespread four years ago,
Georgia and North Carolina were added today to the list of slates where
influenza has been reported.
Ststes where London flu previously has been reported are New York.
Maryland, California, Hawaii, Arirona, Colorado, Kansas, IV A as,
Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Tennessee. Illinois, Washington
and New Jersey.
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By Jim Adams
M \SHlNGT0N.JAN.6(AP| Under mounting pressure f/om
Cllll|U MJnnnl Democrats to gel ' Vietnam war settlement by his
Ian. 20 inauguration. President Nixon told them he doesn't know
whether the renewed Paris peace talks will provide it or not.
Six hi was quoted as telling
ssional leaders .11 ,i
White House meeting Friday
that L'.S negotiators "should
know fairly quickly" nexl
week whether Hanoi will
i'i i iu- striousl) "di move
Hailing pattern."
I he President summoned
envoy Henrj Kissinger lo
mp David Md.
lodaj tn prepare fot the
resumption ol the private talks
Monday. Nixon is spending Ihe
weekend at Ins mountaintop
retreat.
\ White Houst spokesman
den ribed Ihe < lamp David
sessions as "intensive, final
consultat i ins" before Kissingei
leaves Sundaj morning for the
talks with North Vietnam's I e
hue Tho.
Kissingei i lei Friday with
two envoys ol Smith Vietnam's
ii I iiieu. formei foreign
i I'taii Van Do and
former ambassador to the
I mud States, Bui Diem. No
details were reported.
Nisi hi earlier briefed the
sional leaden on the
wai tnr IS minutes. The
s.uii Nixon left the
room immediately after his
talk, answering no questions
I ISSI IS I Ml
Nixon was quoted b) smne
.is listing the three
in.urn remaining issues .is
return ot American prisoners.
Smith Vietnam's right to
determine its own future, and
supervision ol .1 cease-fin.
Meanwhili Secretary ol
Helens, Melun K. I hi,I
ordered det.ul> withheld ol
U.S. bomb damage in North
Vietnam during the second
week ol the American bombing
hilt/ so is nol to upset the
forthcoming Paris peace talks.
"\o information will be put
out of tins building at ans time
that will possibly jeopardize
the Mines of those
negotiations," Laird declared
during an awards presentation
at the Pentagon,
The secretary's chiel
spokesman, Jerry W.
Friedheim, Indicated thai Laird
is acting under orders from the
White llouse.Other sources said
the news blackout of the
bombing summary was
dictated bv Dr. Henrj
MASSIVE ANTIWAR
PROTESTS PLANNED
WASHINGTON (AP) I h,
country's two biggest antlwai
groups i,,,i.iv announced plans for
1 mi da) damonstrationa
again,! the bombing of North
Vietnam and continuation ol Iha
Indochina Wai
The protest hen Ian. 20 will he
held away from Capitol nib when
I'resitl.nl Nix,mi will he BW........
tot ond n-iin. Organlun said
then- will he no .itli-mpl to disrupt
the ceremonies, whith will be
broad) eel on network television.
rry Gordon, ,0 ,,r,liiii.ii,,r of
the National Peace Action
Coalition, said he is confident
thousand! ol persona will be drawn
to the Capital to protest the
recently-ended heavy bombing ol
Nortli Vietnam above the 201b
parallel.
Sidney Peek ol the People's
Coalition lor Peace and lustlee, said
President Nis,,n It.is betrayed Ihe
Kissinger, President Nixon's
national security adviser who
will resume negotiations
Monday with the North
Vietnamese in Paris.
PARTIAL Ni tts
The Pentagon, however,
released partial statistics of the
raids between the resumption
i| the bombing Dec. 2b and
Ihe New Year's pause. No
information was given as to
I nerts hit above the 20th
parallel or the tonnage of
bombs dropped.
I riedheim reported thai
luring the live days of
bombing after the Christmas
truce U.S. tighter bombers Hew
a total of (.50 attack sorties
the 20th parallel while
ivy bombers flew I 26
missions ovet the North
Vietnamese heartland. \ sortie
is one flight b> one plane. B52
missions usually involve strikes
by three aircraft.
An assessment ol the
b unhing during the second
week of the campaign had been
promised to newsmen in
S ui'on by the I ,S. command.
I arliei tins week U.S. officials
told newsmen there that the
report would be ready
Wednesday but then said it was
being withheld b
publication might adversely
affect the pea, e talks.
I he reporl w as expet ted to
be similar to the one released
earlier covering the firs) week
oi the bombing. Thai report
said U.S. planes struck Hanoi
and the port of Haiphong with
more than 1.400 strikes
against such targets as airfields,
power plants, i.ul facilities and
dot ks.
HEAVY LOSSES
In his brief statement.
Friedheim said U.S. planes shot
down lour enemy MKi fighters
during the second week of the
bombing. Two of the MIOs
wen downed by B52 gunners,
the lust time that an enemy
aircraft has been shot down by
the eight-jet bombers. The
other two MKis were
destroyed by U.S. F4
Phantoms.
During this period,
Friedheim said the enemy fired
more than 450 surlace-to-air
missiles at U.S. aircraft. When
the bombing campaign first
began Dec. 18, SAMs were
being fired at the rate of about
100 a day, but friedheim said
t lies, began to slack off toward
the end of the bombing
campaign.
A total of 30 U.S. aircraft
were lost to North Vietnamese
fire since Dec. 18.
Ninety-seven American airmen
were lost in the crashes,
making the Hanoi-Haiphong
bin/ Ihe costliest aerial
campaign of the war.
friedheim also said that no
reconnaissance photographs of
the bombing would be released
to the public but that these
pictures and other details
would be made available to
Congress by Laird in classified
closed-door briefings.
THALIDOMIDE
FIRM NOW HIKES
OFFER TO $48m.
I ONDON. I \N. StAPI-The
giant drug and whisky
company that distributed
thalidomide in Britain Friday
night Increased its offer of
compensation to the crippled
child victims to 20 million
pounds about 48 million
dollars.
Ihe Distillers Company
be new oiler in the face
ot increasing protests in Britain
and the possibilin of a boycott
of their extensive sales in the
I'nitcd Stales.
v total of .'42 children were
burn crippled, many without
irmi and legs, alter their
ithen look the tranquUli/.ing
drug during pregnancy over 10
ago.
Several previous offers of
.ilion made by the
company have been rejected by
representatives of the crippled
children. The latest offer,
was roughly the
figure which the
Ittatives have described
: table.
I In- new oiler came as
Hide unionists and
other bodies joined in
emotional protests over delays
in payments and what one
called" the scrooge-like
attitude" of the giant firm.
S Hue chains of British
supermarkets said they would
Ding Distiller's long lisi
of products.
U.S. BOYCOTT
\ lepresentativc of the
thalidomide victims' parents
went to the United Stales to
discuss a possible boycott of
Distillers' extensive sales there
with consumers' advocate
Ralph Nader.
In a statement, Distillers said
il Mould make the money
available by equal annual
its of two million
pounds about 4.8 million
dollars over ten years "in
order lo fund a charitable trust
for the benefit of all the
thalidomide children."
Ihe company said it would
ill make available 5,000
pounds about 12,000 dollars
lo the parents of each child
ill,-, ted.
The company's first offer
was about five million pounds
12 million dollars. After
increasing protests they raised
this to 12 million pounds -
28.8 million dollars if the
government would allow them
to take advantage ol special tax
>IK i ssions.
This the government refused
to do, so the company had to
think again.
ULTIMATUM
The company statement said
il believed the new offer
"affords the best possible
means now available to provide
for the children throughout
their lives and hopes that this
proposal wUI be accepted by all
the families and that all
outstanding litigation can
thereby be settled."
It said the company would
be prepared to proceed with
the proposal even if it was not
accepted by all concerned.
pn vided it secured sufficient
support.
The board wishes to make
it clear that it cannot
contemplate any increase in
the sums now offered," the
Its einent declared.
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Orange MoonsoilfoundbyApollo
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SPACE CENTRE, Houston (AP) The orange soil discovered on the Moon by the Apollo 17
astronauts is probably the youngest lunar material ever found, Ihe spacemen said Friday.
The Apollo 17 crewmen
Eugene A. Ccrnan. Harrison II.
Schmitt and Ronald I I van,
said the intriguing soil
apparently was formed by
volcanic action only about 10
million years ago and may be
the most important discover)
to come out of the last Apollo
mission to the Moon,
The youngest material
brought from the Moon by
earlier Apollo flights is about
three billion years old.
"We're dealing with some
extremely young material."
said Schmitt. a geologist and
the first American scientist to
fly into space, "it has to be
very young ... my guess would
out 10 million years."
Schmitt said the material
appears to be mostly glass, and
further study may indicate the
composition of the Moon's
interior.
The geologist said the soil
could have been deposited on
the surface as a result of
melting deep within the Moon.
That means it could be
composed of material that is
present inside the Moon.
"It's very unlike other soils
we have seefi," Schmitt said.
STILL ACTIVE
Ihe orange soil discovery,
Schmitt said, "means thai the
Moon is still active enough to
produce volcanic rock."
Prior to Apollo 17, most
scientists believed that the
Moon died geologically about
three billion years ago and had
changed little since.
1 in.in and Schmitt
discovered the soil during the
second of three seven-hour
THREAT TO WIPE OUT
SECTARIAN ASSASSINS
BELFAST, NORTHERN
IRELAND (AP)-The Ulster
Defense Association, militant arm
of Northern Ireland's Protestants,
announced on Friday a campaign to
eliminate sectarian assassins
(errorizing the province.
lames Anderson, commander of
the Paramilitary IIDA. warned the
killers, both Prolestanl and Roman
i .iIIkiIk, that they face execution
by IIDA volunteers if caught.
Sectarian murders have claimed
122 lives 82 Catholics and 40
Protestants since last January.
I In- I'lH says it has dossiers on the
killers.
Anderson, a Londoner and
former paratrooper in the British
Army who has lived in Belfast for
II years, said: "We will stamp out
these killers no matter what religion
they follow. It is getting out of
hand."
William Whitelaw, Britain's
administrator, has said Ilia slayings
are responsible for a resurgence of
Catholic support for the outlawed
lrish_ Republican Army.
The latest victim of the shadowy
assassins was a militia captain. Jim
Hood, a 5-year-old Protestant killed
Thursday night by a point-blank
shotgun blast in the face. II, w.,s
the 682nd fatality in more than
three years of Northern belaud
bloodletting.
excursions on t he lunar surface
In the Moon's Valley of
Taurus-Lit trow, the Apollo 17
landing site. It was found near
a crater called Shorty.
The news conference was
the astronauls' first since they
returned from the Moon on
Dec. 19.
Asked about their plans now
that the Apollo programme is
over, (email and Evans both
said they planned to stay on in
the space programme. Schmitt
said he will "stay in
government service. I'm not
sure what that service may be."
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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH. Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ET1ENNE DUPUCH. O BE., K.CS.G.D.LItl.. LL.D.
Publhhtr/tdllor 191 7-1972
Comrlbui t Editor 1973
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M.Sc. B.A., LUB.,
PubUahgr/Edtlor 1972-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Saturday, January 6,1973.
EDITORIAL
"Lucky" Mr. Pindling?
By ET1ENNE DUPUCH
Some people believe in luck. I don't
Max O'Rell put "luck" in its proper context when he wrote
that "luck means the hardships and privations you have not
hesitated to endure; the long nights you have devoted to work.
Luck means the appointments you have never failed to keep; the
trains you have never failed to catch".
That's luck.
The Old Guard in the Bahamas believed in luck.
"The harder you bounce the Bahamian ball the higher it will
bound," was their proud boast.
They laughed at me when I reminded them of the saying that
you can take a bucket to the well every day ... one day it will
come up empty because the bottom has dropped out.
In the same way ... over-bounced balls have a way of bursting.
One day the Old Guard's ball did burst. And a new ball player
entered the ring with a brand new ball ... name of L. O. Pindling.
Mr. Pindling has had considerable success in his ball game.
Some people may think he has been lucky.
He hasn't been lucky. He has won his successes because he has
a special talent for getting inside the baser emotions of the
Bahamian people. He knows their one weak spot... and he knows
it well because it is also his weak spot ... and so he has been
perfectly attuned to their hopes and aspirations.
But "hope" must be built on more solid ground than
unpractical human aspirations if it is to be constructive.
1 must say that Mr. Pindling has had considerable success as
long as he played his ball game in his own backyard.
But judging from inside information reaching me from
Washington and London he has built up a great deal of quiet
resistance in quarters from which the Bahamas will need help if it
is to survive in independence.
There was a strong undercurrent at the London conference
that was never allowed to come to the surface.
The Civil Service in England virtually control the government
on many important issues. They have one desire today ... and that
is to free Britain of all colonial ties.
I can't say that 1 exactly blame them.
But the British people as a whole are a decent lot. They have
been disillusioned by injustices inflicted on loyal British subjects
in places like Uganda. And they are certainly not unaware of
events that have taken place in the Bahamas.
Washington is also very much alive to what has happened to
trusting American investors in the Bahamas.
The straw that now looks as though it might break the camel's
back is Mr. Pindling's intention to throw a 12-mile ring around
the Bahamas archipelago and claim everything within that area as
Bahamian waters.
I agree ... this would be wonderful for the Bahamas, if it were
possible. That is, if the Bahamas had the strength to enforce it.
But it hasn't. The recent arrest of a number of
Cuban-American boats in Bahamian waters was made possible
only because of the timely appearance on the scene of a Royal
Navy frigate.
1 need not tell Tribune readers that the situation for Bahamian
vessels on the ocean ... even in legitimate Bahamian waters ... has
been made critical as a result of recent conflicts between the
Bahamas and fishermen from the U.S. and Cuba.
A news despatch out of London revealed that the British
government recognizes the danger of this situation and has
advised Mr. Pindling not to push his "luck" too far.
"We are quite against this scheme," a British official was
quoted as saying, "and we told the Bahamians so.
"We hope the Bahamian Government after becoming
independent, will take no action in advance of the Law of the Sea
Conference being sponsored by the United Nations," the British
official added.
It is reported that this conference, arranged for mid-1973, has
been postponed until 1974.
The Bahamas is going to need a lot of goodwill in the outside
world if independence has a hope of being a success.
The Government doesn't seem to care two hurrahs in hell
about the confidence and goodwill of investors. Both Finance
Minister Carlton Francis and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister
of Home Affairs Arthur I lamia have stated bluntly that they are
prepared to reduce the Bahamas to the Ashing village economy
level if anyone attempts to thwart their wishes. Mr. Manna has
added that they don't care what Britain writes into the
independence constitution ... the House of Assembly has a right
to change it and the members of the Government will do exactly
that.
The Government may push investors around at will. But it is
going to need help in other directions.
In the early stages of independence at least, it is going to need
a great deal of financial support from London and the U.S. ...
and, most of all, it is going to need protection which it cannot
provide for itself. -
Where will all this come from if Mr. Pindling* pushes his "luck"
too far on the high seas?
As desirable as the Government's proposal may be for control
of new areas of sea surrounding the Bahamas... Mr. Pindling must
remember that even Britons no longer sing the song: "Rule
Brittania, Brittania rules the waves".
Ban on Distillers'Company products begins
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY It's after midnight now. I haven't
been able to sleep because 1 lay abed thinking abojt the story I
wrote yesterday afternoon about my old friend Sam Cooper ...
and the wonderful days I spent with him while he built boats
under the big sapodilla tree in his yard. Incidentally, this tree
produced the largest and finest "dillies" I have ever tasted.
I feel that 1 have been particularly blessed. I had wonderful
parents. And from earliest childhood I had wonderful friends.
By ED BLANCHE
LONDON (AP)-Britain's
.ippled thalidomide children,
the tragic victims of a drug that
went wrong, were the centre of
a nationwide crusade Friday as
an army of sympathizers joined
the battle to win them millions
of (foliar* compensation.
Aad there was hope the
Distillers' Company, the firm
that marketed the drug here,
would pay up as some of its
powerful shareholders
demanded action and
supermarket chains, hotels and
taverns banned the liquor
company's products.
Distillers chairman Sir
Alexander McDonald told
EMPLOYMENT PICTURE IN U.S. IMPROVES
WASHINGTON (AP) The total number of Americana with Jobs
climbed lo new high ot 82.8 million last month, and the White House
called the past year's employment gain "one of the best on record."
The Labour Department's report Friday on employment said it rose
180.000 In December and was up 2.4 million over the past year. The
nation's unemployment remained uncluneed from November at 5.2 per
cent of the work force, down from 6 per cent a year earlier, it said.
"All indications point to continuing strong economic expansion in 1973.
which means we can expect employment to be substantially higher a year
from today," Stein said in a statement.
The yearend report by the Bureau of labour statistics also said that 'he
average paycheck or some 50 million rank-and-file workers rose 51.13 to
Si 39.50 in December and was $8.20 or 6.2 per cent higher than a year
earlier.
The gain in pay outstripped the 3.5 per cent rise in living costs over the
same period, leaving the average worker with J3.5S a week more In
purchasing power than a year ago.
The actual number of jobless workers dipped 150,000 to 4.1 million,
but since unemployment normally drops that much in December the
Bureau figured it as no change on a seasonally adjusted basis.
CUTBACKS DELAYS SPACE SHUTTLE PROGRAMME
WASHINGTON, IAN. 6 (AP) The National Aeronautics and Space
Administration plans cutbacks in operations in order to meet President
Nixon's budget restrictions.
The cutbacks at NASA will Include a delay in the space shuttle
programme. The space shuttle had been scheduled to make its maiden
voyage in 1978.
A NASA spokesman said Friday the goal is to trim $200 million from
the Space Agency's budget of $3.4 bOlion for fiscal year 1973, with
spending cuts to continue through 1974. Most cutbacks will be made at
once.
$1.2 MILLION SUIT AGAINST P.A.A.
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, Jan. 5 (AP) A relative of the late
dictator Rafael Trujillo of Ihe Dominican Republic has filed a 1.2 million
dollar damage suit against Pan American Airlines in U.S. District Court In
San Juan.
Luis Trujillo Relnoso said he flew on a Pan American plane to the
Dominican Republic on December 3 last year. He said he was refused
admittance to the country by Dominican national police who met the
plane at the Santo Domingo airport.
The captain of the Pan American plane refused to allow him to get back
on the plane when the police attempted to deport him bodily the petition
said.
Trujillo was arrested and beaten by the police and suffered bodily and
mental suffering because Pan American officials had not informed him that
he was on a blacklist, of persons not allowed to enter the country, the
petition said.
Pan American finally permitted him to leave on a plane the following
day, he added.
Then God gave me a wonderful wife and devoted children. And
finally a clear business. I often wonder why 1 should have all this
good fortune.
I enjoy writing about people like Sam Cooper. It all seems a
long time ago now ... like a dream of some earlier life. I feel an
urge to write about them because they were too fine to be
forgotten.
There is another little story about Sam Cooper that is worth
recording.
He grew up at Cat Island and married a Cat Island girl. They
had children ... three, I believe.
"Pa Cooper", as he was known in his family circle, decided to
bring his family to Nassau.
In those days only small sloops were used in Out Island travel.
My mother took me on more than one trip to an Out Island in a
tiny sloop when 1 was a small boy and so I know the hardships of
that mode of travel.
On the way to Nassau a storm developed. The women and
children were put in the small "hold" in the sloop and the
"house" was pulled over the entrance to keep the rain out.
A heavy puff of wind keeled the small vessel over. At the same
time she was struck by a heavy sea. And she went to the bottom
with all the women and children locked below in the "hold". The
men were saved in a small dinghy that floated from the deck of
the sloop when she went to the bottom.
"Pa Cooper" married again. In the family his second wife was
known as "Mama Julia", a wonderful motherly old soul.
Theywere childless.
I used to have lunch with them every Sunday. They servtd a
delicious guava duff whenever guavas were in season.
From my earliest recollection of this couple they had a big prl.
Her name was Dove. They had adopted her. She was a Basdenbut
she took the name of Cooper. She was a sister of a delightful
character in the Eastern District known as "Sir Glory". I ntver
knew his real name.
Dove died a couple of years ago and my brother Eugene ... who
also became one of "Pa Cooper's" boys ... took care of the
funeral through Butler's Funeral Home. By that time just about
all Dove's friends had died and my three sons, together wi.h
Roger (arron and another son-in-law, Jim Hull, who was visitiig
from Canada at the time, lifted her to her grave in St. Margare 's
Cemetery. A half dozen other people followed. She had ne*er
married.
Late in their lives the Coopers adopted a boy, Sam. He didi't
take their name. He is still Sam Finder.
It seemed natural that when Sam was big enough he becamt a
paper boy foi The Tribune. Today he is one of the senior aid
devoted members of our staff.
Sam never married. That's not to suggest, of course, that he
was an angel. Far from it. Sam took his fun where he found it.
But his dominating love seemed to be 77ie Tribune.
Any hour of the night you went to The Tribune grounds ?ou
were likely to hear a shuffling noise in the shadows.
"Is someone there?", you ask.
"Yes, sir, this is me Sam," was sure to be the reply.
"What are you doing here at this hour of the night?", you ak.
"Just looking around to see that everything is all right, si,"
would always be the reply.
The first man to open the office in the morning, the last nan
to lock up at night, Sam never seemed to leave the premises
Last year my daughter, Mrs. Carron, decided that this was oo
much. And so Sam now has an airconditioned apartment in "he
Tribune building.
He was pleased with his new quarters. He wanted evjry
member of the staff to see it because Sam was proud of the tact
that Mrs. Carron had put new furniture in it for him.
"No second hand stuff," he boasted.
1 don't think Sam ever leaves 77ie" Tribune's grounds any mre,
except perhaps to go to the corner shop to buy groceries.
This is all very sad to me becajse this kind of warn
relationship seems to be no longer possible in the Bahamas.
It is people like Sam who make me leel that I must exert evsry
effort to secure my staff before I finally leave for England.
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
There was a young lady of Kent,
Who said that she knew what it meant
When men asked her to dine,
Gave her cocktails and wine.
She knew what it meant but she went.
representative*: of a hall do/en
hij: insiuutional shareholders al
a closed-door meeting it was
the company's "urgent d
to find a "speedy and
utisfactof) solution" to Ihe
tragedy.
Although he disclosed no
dramatic new compensation
"ffer. (hose words were enough
to convince financial experts a
new offer more acceptable to
Ihe children's families than
previous ones was in the wind.
Some financial sources
predicted it could come within
the next week. The statement
sent the company's shoes
bouncing up on London's
slock exchange after alarming
falls to put 22 million p> If
or SI.70 million dollars, on its
market value.
As protest over the
company's failure to otfer
larger compensation swelled all
over the country, the father of
one the thalidomide victims
carried Ihe crusade to the
United States and claimed he
talked passengers on his jumbo
jet to Washington out of
buying Distillers drinks.
hoyc on
London art dealer David
Mason, whose l-yeai >M
daughter Louise, was I m
limbless, said he grabbed a
microphone aboard the
Washington-bound plane and
offered to pay passengers not
to drink Distillers gin and
whiskey.
"I helped with the drinks
tray and I must say the
boycott was 100 per cent
effective," he was quoted as
saying in Washington.
"Distllers made no sales on
that flight."
Mason went to Washington
to enlist the help of consumer
crusader Ralph Nader to
boycott Distillers' products in
the United Stales. I he
company. Britain's biggest gin
and whisky exports nth a
market value of 620 million
pounds or 1.46 billion dollars,
makes 35 percent ol its profit!
from I'.S. sales.
The giant group's las'
or five million pounds, or 12
million dollars, compel
for children deformed b)
thalidomide lapsed Tuesday.
The government refused tax
concessions which would have
raised the deal to 12 million
pounds, oi 28.X million dollars.
Ihe secret meeting between
distillt-i alu| d,
shareholders was held after the
Prudential \ j irance
Company, the company's
biggest shareholder, said
publicly il was not happy with
the compensation terms
One of the share
representatives said lal "I
am now much more opl i,
about the outcome
affair."
XMAS CANTATA
REPEATED TOMORROW
CALVARY Bible Church
Choir will repeat ihe Christmas
Cantata 'The Savioui has
Come" at the church ( oiling
Avenue, tomorrow .il K:45
p.m.
The programme is open to
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Classes are five days per week Monday through Friday, 6
to 8 p.m.
The School is located on West Street across from St.
Francis Church
Master KERMIT A. FORO/Dirtctor
2 Dan Black Belt.
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Saturday, January 6, 1973,
SHIRLEY ST. THEATRE
Now shoeing through
Thursday, HICKY AND
BOGGS, matiMM ;il 3 and 5
p.iii evening :it *0.
Suggested fur mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advise.I
Bill C'cish> ami Robert I ulp,
lamed detectives "n the
television I Sp; jeriei have
gone dramati. in an effort to
surprise movie-fO
!IK kY UH BOGGS
starring Cosb) and Culp is the
i two private datectivei
and ex-policemen wlm are
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Sunday through Tu
BLACULA and DAY 01 I III
EVIL GIN, matinee
continuous from 2 p.m.,
evening 8:30. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
Wednesday through Frktaj
SUBMARINE XI and YOUNG
BILLY YOUNG. matinee
continous from 2 p.m., evening
8:30. Plus lat feature Friday
night.
lured In
|i ib.
( ulp
himself
li.iill' upa
problem.
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for p|
who
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and
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a drinking
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I Otb) he is a!
from Ins wife at the time,
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is produced b) Film
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by Culp himself, hi
< tilp\ ton, lies have an
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DRIVE-IN
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^fcBJIPtlS. BIBLE CHURCH
WE WILL LOVE TO HAVE YOU
WORSHIP WITH US THIS FIRST
LORD'S DAY OF 1973.
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111. 2-4306 li
At Soldier Road Old Trail.
Sunday School: 10 a.m.:
Preaching: 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
"SCIENCE. SCRIPTURE SALVMION"
DID YOU KNOW ... THAT THE EVOLUTIONARY THEORY
IS AN JNPROVEN AND UNREASONABLE THEORY'
THAT THE BIBLE IS SCIL NTIFICALLY AUTHORITATIVE
AND TRUE SCIENCE ONLY SUPPORTS BIBLE TRUTH?
OUR ADULT BIBLE STUDY IS STUDYING THIS
IMPORTANT SUBJECT EACH SUNDAY AT 9:45 A.M.
YOU ARE INVITED!
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FAMILY HOUR WEDNESDAY
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II i N : IMI FRIDAY at 7:30 pan.
Pastor - -
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PhOBS 2 1 SHI, ,,r 5-4320
HIGHLAND PARK Dolphin Drive off Kennedy Drive
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Saturday, January 6, 1972.
get the job done
Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.
REAL ESTATE
C8282
LARGE HILLTOP ano
waterfront Iota at East End.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
or 2-2680
C8303
IN OUT ISLANDS
-FURNISHED
On pink sand beach unique I
room designer's home, gupst
cottage, 'ireplace, 2'* baths,
patio. marvellous view,
swimming, fishing, m.h |
c/o Box 101, Harbour Island.
C8311
FOR SALE
Lot must be sold immediately.
$3,000. Call 5,6600 9:30 a.m.
5 p.m. night 3-4564 Mrs.
Johnson.
.8314
ATTRACTIVE 3-BEDROOM,
'-oath residence, Blair Estates.
Living-dining room, recreation
oom, study, laundry, ample
storage space, patio, etc. Lot
100'x 150'. Call 3-1077.
FOR RENT
I WANTS TO SHARE |
C8290
2 GIRLS (preferably teachers
to share 3 bedroom house,
Norfolk Street, Shirlea.
Telephone 2-1531 (work).
Home 3-4186.
FOR RENT
C8270
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2535.
C7015
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234 or Mr
Pratt at Freeport 352-9007
(collect) between 9-5.
C8289
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8267
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
of Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8268
ONE EFFICIENCY apartment
basically furnished, Victoria
Court Apartments, on
Elizabeth Avenue between Bay
and Shirley Streets. Facilities,
laundry, parking. Phone
5-4631. After five 3-2397.
C8265
LARGE 1 BEDROOM
ipartment, nicely furnished
250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8285
ONE BEDROOM and one two
bedroom two bath, large living
and dining room, Bahama
room apartment. Basically
furnished on beautiful
landscaped grounds. Third
Terrace Centreville. Facilities,
laundry, phone, parking, fully
airconditioned. Phone 5-4631
after five 3-2397.
38264
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUB (Beach) and NASSAU
HILLCREST TOWERS (Third
Terrace West Centreville) -
Elegant, fully furnished and
equipped 2-bedroom, 2 bath
ipartments, airconditioned,
swimming pool. Short or long
term. Phone 2-1841. 2-184?
7* 116, 2-8224 or 2-4.
28333
3 BEDROOM fully furnished
house Mount Royal &
Madeira. $250 per month. Call
j-8954 evenings.
C8332
ONE 2 BEDROOM
jnfurnished apartment
Centreville and 2 unfurnished 3
edroom apartments Soldier
3oad. Telephone 3-4128.
Uu
IDEALLY located two
bedroom apartment, private
balconies all around,
overlooking the sea. East Bay
Street near The Pilot House
Rent $300 per month. Call
2-1631/4.
:8325
U N F U R N
APARTMENT'
5-4643.
SHED
Telepnone
C8334
Two two-bedroom unfurnished
apartments on Soldier Road,
jne block east of East Street.
Interested persons telephone
Valderine Adderley, Fre,n
Creek, Andros, Radio Station.
i_I?kOO
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
lirconditioned one bedroom
ipartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
j-4926._________________
C8346
ONE 2-BEDROOM apartment,
basically furnished Palmdale
no children or pets. Ring
5-4980 after 6nn-
C8347
5 ROOM APARTMENT in
Churchill Subdivision one
bath, with water and
electricity. $35 per week. Write
P. O. Box N3523. Nassau
C8371
ONE 4 bedroom, 3 bath
dwelling house in Eastern
District, also one two and three
bedroom apartments. Phone
31804.
C8262
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS Corner
Cordeaux Avenue and
Watlins Street, Englerston,
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS completely
furnished. Aurconditioned
bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 After 6 p.m.
5-3418.
CARS FOR SALE
8263
vlAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
-.onveniences. Telephone
iaytime 2-8152 After 6 p.m.
a-3418.
C8357
1. 3000 Sq. Ft. ot store and
warehouse space on
Dowdeswell Street. Location
formerly occupied by BESCO
LTD. *750.00 per month.
2. Ground floor store space in
the Roberts building on East
Street near Bay Street. 1200
Sa. Ft. al $750.00 per month.
3. OFFICE SPACE: Robert!
Building, East Street.
120 sq.ft.- $90.00 per month
270 sq.ft. 135.00 per month
360 sq. ft. 180.00 per month
975 so. ft. 400.00 per month
4 OFFICE & STORE: space
Out Island Traders Shopping
Centre, opposite Potters Cay.
Ideal location available for
takeout restaurant $308 33
per month. Store and office
space available from as little as
$277.00 per month.
5. OAKES FIELD AREA: one
bedroom apartments,
unfurnished $140.00 per
month.
6. OFFICE SPACE -OAKES
FIELD AREA: 868 sq. ft.
$290.00 per month.
7. APARTMENTS out East
1 & 2 bedrooms, fully
furnished, airconditioning,
swimming pool, $255.00 &
$265.00 per month.
8. EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS: close to town,
fully furnished, airconditioned
$150.00 per month.
9. LOVELY EXECUTIVE 2
bedroom apartment, in the
east, redecorated and
refurbished $375.00 per
month.
All enquiries on the above
.hould be directed to Bert L.
Roberts Limited telephone
NRS. 2-3177/2-3178
CARS FOR SALE
C8272
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED
SUBSTANTIAL
END OF SEASON
REDUCTIONS
1970 Chevrolet
impala 2 dr. A/C $2800
1970 Rover 2000
VC Automatic $2400
1971 Ford Escort
Automatic, Beige
I dr. $1895
1968 Viva 2 Dr.
Automatic $850
1971 Morris 1300
S/W Automatic $1600
1969 Caprice A/C
Vinyl 4 Dr. H/T $2000
1968 Javelin A/C $1600
1970 Singer Gazelle
Auto. White $1295
1970 Wolsey 16/60
Auto Grey $1295
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8.
CU42d
1971 DODGE AVENGER G.
L. Automatic with radio.
$1600 or best offer. Phone
2-3106 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Phone
5-3590 after 5 p.m.
C8276
InnVtLLlNli ?
For Expert Packing 8.
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd.. P. O.
Box N-1893. Phone.
24511.
Ahr nUVKD PAttbNGKR AGKNTfe
C8261
1969 FIAT 124 Station wagon.
Lively. Cheap to run. $1000,
Owner leaving. Phone 41365.
C833 7
1969 SKYLARK Buick.
automatic 2 door. V-8,
airconditioned red with
black vinyl top. white interior.
Call 22209 9 a.m. to 5 o.m.
C8342
rORD FALCON S/Wagon
N5015 for sale. May be seen al
BOAC tngineering compound
Nassau Airport daily between 2
and 5 p.m. Sealed offers to
Manager Bahamas, P. O. Box
N1129, Nassau. Closing date
19th Januaiy, 1973.
FOR SALE
C8320
ONE LARGE avacado ga;
stove only $200.00. Contact
Roberts at .--8437 before 5:00
p.m.
C8301
1972 Toyota Corona MK 114
door. Like new. $2,600.
O.N.O.
******
Girl's Bicycle, also Elna Ziq Zag
sewing machine both $140.
Phone 3-4631.
C8327
VESPA 150 cc scooter 1968,
Da' olue. $225.00. John
White, East bav Marina.
C8329
SEARS MOTOR Scooter
good condition $175.00.
Phone 3-1278.
C8313
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
including utensils, furniture,
toys, clothing etc. Blair
Estates, Sheffield Street No.
141. Phone 3-1077.
C8339
1968 2-door Javelin. $1,000.00
1 18ft. Capri Boat with 40
h.p. outboard Evinrudc and
trailer $1,200.00 or nearest
offer.
1 16-MM. Sound Projector
$400.00.
1 Electric Arc Welder.
1350.00, Phone 32235.
SCHOOLS
C8317
MARINE SUPPLIES
FOR SALE
C8344
BAY STREET BUSINESS
LADIES FASHION STORE
FOR PARTICULARS
ON LEASE.OR SALE
Tel: 24148/23027 or 22794
Morley 1 O'Brien
Real Estate Ltd.
BUSINESS
IOPPORTUNITIES
C8351
INTERNATIONAL Publishing
Company has a top earning
opportunity for a Bahamian to
act as our local agent. Must
have business experience and
be known in the community.
Send resume to "Home Library
Institute". P. O. Box 2323,
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. 00919
LOST
C8370
A PINK folder containing
music sheets and books,
between Dolphin Hotel and
Blue Vista. Phone 41411.
C8354
3/4 COLLIE. Wearing chain
with licence No. 601. If found
please call 3-1348. Reward
offered.
SMALL MALE SEALPOINT
SIAMESE lost between
Camperdown/Tower Heights.
Contact Dobell 41515,
SCHOOLS
TUITION
C83?^
GU.I VR LESSONS ... taught
by Derek. For information call
[354
BATSHORE MARINA
lor boata 'j vnginaa V 70'
and IV4 150 h.p.
Distirubtors for Hattcras.
Bertram, fjord, Sc.iCi.iti.
Mako, (ilastron. Jupiter Dell
rjuay Doric* and C-Crtfl
inflatable*. Mercury. Volvo
and Seagull engines. Nauta-line
hou-whoats, Noxfire automatic
fire detectors/
extinguisher*. Other products
easily obtainable.
Sales and service (factory
trained) Gaa. rentals and
storage.
Marine Mobile Hoist lilting
up to S6 tons
WATCH THIS SPACE
FOR NEWS:
DELLyurtY IX.Kits lift
and l 3ft models. Self hailing,
Uniinkable. cannot capsi/e.
Ideal for skiing. Fishing. Skin
(living and perfect for towing
as tenders.
Powerful, safe sea boats.
for the best at the best prices.
See or call BAYSHOKr.
MARINA. Kast Bay Street.
lei' J8JJ2 282J3.
THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL wil
commence its winter ferm
session on Monday, January
8th. For information please
call 5-2353.
C8335
ENROLL FOR EASTER
TERM
Typing
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Commercial Mathematics
Office Practice
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier (NCR
4200)
Dictaphone-Typist
Filing
Telex Operator
B.J.C. ond G.C.E. Classes:-
English
Mathematics
Literature
History
Spanish
NASSAU ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS
Shirley Street opp. Collins
Avenue Phone 24993
C8364
Central Baptist Church Nursery
School reopens January 8th.
For infornation call 4-1595,
5-8210 or 4-2873.
MARINE SUPPLIES
:8331
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
12oft. x fesn. 4it. draft, steel
null. 290 tons, powered by
new Cat. 343 diosel 15 ton
crane up to date load line, 2
cargo hatches, one 14ft x 24ft.
and one 14ft 42ft. double
bottom and in excellent shape.
Zontact:
iANDS CONSTRUCTION &
SHIPPING, Marsh Harbour, P.
O. Box 489, Treasure Cay -
Abaco, Phone 159.
C8288
35' BERTRAM SPORT
FISHERMAN bought NEV\
JUNE 1971 powered by
twin Cummins Diesels 210 .HP
each 200 hours on each
engine, central airconditioning
7 KW Diesel generator fly
bridge and dual controls
many other extras. Absolutely
AS NEW. Phone 3-4953 Nite
2-1722 3-4-0 davs.
C8336
50 FOOT live-aboard yacht.
Completely furnished. Leaving
Island must sell. "Nancy III",
Yacht Haven, eastern dock.
Owner aboard .... come see!
C8283
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C8341
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD
CHRISCRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
MAGNUM MARINE
AVON INFLATABLES
26 foot Lyman Runabout
1966 with a new 80 h.p. diesel.
Good equipment and excellent
performance. $4500.00
28 foot Ultra with a 290 h.p.
in/outboard Holman Moody. A
brand new boat. Price has been
reduced to $7,700.00 duty
paid.
22 foot Aquasport Offshore
with a 200 h.p. Mercruiser. Has
radio and all extras. $3900.00.
A 19/1 boat.
AT THE DIVE SHOP
\n flan Xmas Clearance Sale
all next week to make room
for more stock. All sale items
at very substantial savings.
Come in and look.
P.O.Box NI658
Telephone 2-4869
C8277
MOVING?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURSat 24512.
AI'PKOVr.u
AGKNTS
VASSENl.i-.R
C5902
1969 Chris Craft Sedan sleeps
six; private bathroom with
vanity, shower and head;
stove refrigerator, sink,
stereo ship-to-shore, twin 230
h.p. engines with less than 200
hours, other extras. Excellent
condition. Asking $22,000 or
nearest offer Phone 2-4267 9
j.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to
F iday.
PUBLIC AUCTION
C8356 NOTICE
SHEPHERD L. KEY will sell
by Public Auction on Saturday
the 20th day of January, A.D.
1973 -t Twelve O'clock noon
a' Auction Galleries Limited.
6th Terrace, Centreville. the
ollowinq orooertv:
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot
Number Sixty-two (62) of
Claridgedale Gardens
Sub-division situate in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence and
bounded on the NORTH by
Lot Number Sixty-three
(63) of Claridgedale Gardens
and running thtreon Forty
(40) feet on the EAST by
Raymond Road on the
SOUTH by Karl Drive and
on the WEST by Lot
Number Sixty-one (61) of
Claridgedale Gardens and
running thereon Eighty (80)
feet which said piece parcel
or lot of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or
plan Numbered 271 N.P. in
the Crown Lands Office of
the City of Nassau on the
Island of New Providence
aforesaid.
The above property known as
the property of Jenniemae
Porter is being sold under an
ndenture of Mortgage dated
the 7th November, 1971.
The sale is subject to a Reserve
Price and to a right to the
Auctioneer oi any one on his
behalf to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on delivery of title.
Dated this 3rd day of January,
A.D. 1973
SHEPHERD L. KEY
Public Auctioneer.
PERSONAL
:8278
Drinking Problem?
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Invite you to our meetings.
Phone Helen 5-4889 or Nick
4 2009.
CARD OF THANKS
C83S"
THE FA-'ILY of the late
Senetha .feastie. who died
27th December 1972 wish to
thank the many friends and
relatives for their wreaths and
words of sympathy during
tneir recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Rev. L. W.
Rodgers, Heastie's Service
Station, the Members of St.
Margaret's A.C.W.. all the
members of Pilgrim Baptist
Oiurch and Sweeting's Funeral
Home.
(8368
ftW
THE FAMILY of the late Mrs.
nna Gibson who died on
December 28th 1972 would
Ike to extend their
tppreciation to all those who
onsoled them with their many
cts of kindness during their
ecent bereavement.
The Tribune classified Ads
bring results Fast To piece
your Adv. Telephone 21986.
POSITION WANTED
C8348
SALESMAN. Hard working
honest and reliable 10 year'
experience seeks position
Phone 51828.
C8359
YOUNG AMERICAN M.D
willing to baby-sit your house
or home in Na.sau. Minimum:
One month. No fees. Plear-
leave your number with
operator 2-2861.
L
WANTED
C8319
ONE ELECTRIC mini
executive office type fridge --
in good condit ion.
Approximately 20" high.
Telephone 42766.
HELP WANTED
38308
JAHAMIAN HOUSEKEEPER
to live-in. Must be able '.:
drive. Phone 5-1137.
C8326
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Young person with previous
experience as a cashier. Some
typing and bookkeeping
experience also necessary.
Reply in own handwriting to
Adv. C8326, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N3207, Nassau,
giving resume of personal
details, previous experience
and quoting references which
are essential. Salary in the
range of $80 to $120 per week
depending on age and previous
experienc.
C8328
EXPERIENCED
BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED -
for International Advertising
Firm. Person of senior
background capable of
handling all books of original
entry to preparation of Profit
and Loss Statement and
Balance Sheet. Must be able to
perform all functions with
minimal supervision. Up to
$10,000 commensurate with
experience. Please apply in
writing to P. O. Box N3910,
Nassau.
:8330
THE NASSAU BEACH
HOTEL has a vacancy for the
position of Financial
Comptroller. The applicant
must have had experience in a
similar position with a large
resort hotel. Duties will include
complete responsibility for the
accounting and control
functions within the hotel
including front office, food
and beverage control and all
back office accounting
procedure. Applicant should
also have had some exposure to
hotel dta processing
applications. Interested persons
should contact The Director of
Humane Resources, telephone
7-7711.____________________
C8349
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
DIRECTOR for 535 room
resort property. Must have 3-5
years previous experience as
rood and Beverage Director.
Please telephone for
appointment Holiday Inn,
Paradise 'sland 5-6451 ext.
7101/2.
C8343
BRISTOL-MIT tRS
INTERNATIONAL
SUPERVISOR BAHAMAS
Bristol-Myers, leading
American pharmaceutical
/consumer products company
is recruiting a SUPERVISOR
to coordinate the operations of
Mead Johnson, Bristol,
Westwood, Clairol, Tanya,
Drackett, Renuzit and
Bristol-Myers Products in the
Bahamas.
The successful candidate must
be a Bahamian citizen and
familiar with modern methods
of distribution, marketing,
advertising and promotion. A
lackground of experience in
;he pharmaceutical or
consumer products fields
would be a decided asset.
Reporting directly to the
Bristol-Myers Territorial
Director, he or she will receive
a basic salary, a commission
based upon sales performance,
plus fringe benefits and
perquisites.
Bruce Barth, Territorial
Director tor Bristol-Myers, will
be in Nassau the week of
January 22 for interviews.
Applicants should contact
William Cash at Lowe's
Pharmacy to arrange an
appointment. Telephone:
28006.
C83bd
GARDENER Bahamian, or
Haitian with permit. Call
7-7240.____________________
LOJuj
Wanted... experienced cook
and general maid. Montagu
area. Phone 31244.
C8362
CHARTERED AND certified
accountants are sought for
positions with the Nassau and
Freeport offices ot Price
Waterhouse & Co. Handwritten
applications in the first
instance, please to P. O. Box
N-3910, Nassau.
HELP WANTED
C83bl
EXPERIENCED CREW for
sailing yacht. Must know
Bahamian waters well. First
class references. Send resume
of training, experience and
references to Adv. C8361, C/O
The Tribune. P. O. Box
N-3207. Nassau.
TRADE SERVICES
C8355
THE NASSAU
BEACH HOTEL
has vacancies for Senior fight
. \uditors with the following
qualifications:-
(1) At least 5 years experience
at senior level with large hotel.
(2) Good references and
unblemished character.
(3) Ability to co-ordinate all
work between front desk and
iccounting department, and be
prepared to teach and instruct
other employees in this field.
Salary will be commensurated
with qualifications and
experience.
Interested parties should apply
to Department of Human
Resources, Nassau Beach
Hotel, P. O. Box N-7756.
Telephone 7-7711. Written
resume s t at i ng full
qualifications, experience and
references must be furnished.
n
i TRADE SERVICES j
C8280
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
'ANELS
lohn S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.
C8275
TROUBLES ......small or large
.all The Plumber on Whcels:-
ROBERTM. BAILEY
P. O. Box N56,
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.
C8102
Af-TER CHRISTMAS MESS?
WE'LL CLEAN IT UP CALL
ABCOTEL:51071-2-3-4.
C8279
Pinder's Ccittomf
Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P.O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING,STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
RFASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795,2-3796,
2-3797,2-3798
Airport 77434
C8340
FOR THE BEST in Sales,
Service, Repairs and T. V
Antenna installation call Rayco
Electronic and Appliances
located in the Out Island
Traders Building at telephone
12235. We service all makes
and models.
C8281
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
lotels. Sales and services. Call
rhuck Hall ~ 5-8213, 2-2300
or 21662, WORLD OF
MUSIC, Dewgard Plaza.
C8353
THE ARTS AND
HANDICRAFTS CENTRE and
Audio Visual Display rooms at
the Sponger's Cottage schedule
to open on January the first
will now open on February the
1st JSP
I GRAND BAHAMA I
ANNOUNCEMENTS
C7006
LADIES AND GENTLE-
MEN!!! get your newly
styled Holiday garments made
by ABC Tailor Shop Pinders
Point (right near the Baptist
Church).
HELP WANTED
C7021
WANTED EXECUTIVE
vlanager to control overall
uxury Boutique operation,
must be able to do
bookkeeping to trial balance
and have 5 years experience in
European buying of antiques,
object d'art and ladies'
fashions. References and
ability to be Bonded required.
Contact: Caprice (Grand
Bahama) Ltd. (352-9414).
C7023
ONE BOOKKEEPER/
ACCOUNTANT must be
familiar with Methods &
Procedures of handling all
group receivables, setting up
masters, controlling of billings,
distribution of payments and
accounting reports for same.
Male applicant preferred, 3
years hotel experience
required.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.
C7u*b
CHEFS: TO TAKE
COMPLETE CHARGt! OF
STATION. SUPERV.-'i AND
DIRECT ASSISTANTS IN
PREPARATION OF FRENCH
ft INTERNATIONAL
CUISINE.
APPLY: PERSONNEL
DEPARTMENT, OCEANUS
HOTELS LTD., P. O. BOX
F-531, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA.
C7028
MANAGER FOR
AMUSEMENT PARK must be
able to assume full
responsibility oi all
Amusement Rides and
equipment and full knowledge
of Amusement Park operation.
Must have 3 to 5 years
experience in public
Amusement Park operation.
Male preferred.
For interview call 352-7438 or
write to: P. O. Box F- 839
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
-eouO
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freennrt offire.
successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.
HELP WANTED
C7022
ONE WINDOW CLEANER
Vlale applicant preferred, to
Jean Guest Rooms & Villa
windows daily.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
jnly, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.
C7025
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
MIGHT AUDITOR: Must have
experience of working in hotel
doing Food and Beverage Night
Audit. Must be Bahamian.
APPLY HOLIDAY INN -
FREEPORT, P. O. BOX F-760,
373-1333. MISS STAFFORD.
AN EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY able to handle
oeneral office work and answer
correspondence on own
initiative, also take shorthand
t 80 wpm., 2-5 years
axperience.
<\pply: Monday through
Friday between 9 a.m. and 12
:>loon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, Personnel
Department.
C7020
WANTED Manager for
Heren china and antique end nf
luxury Boutique. Must nave
experience in projecting sales, a
/ear in advance and be able to
landle training programmes for
lackers and warehouse staff.
Contact Caprice (Grand
Bahama^Ltd. (352-9414).
C7031
a) 2 KITCHEN PORTERS.
Responsible for cleaning of
kitchen and disposal of
garbage. Applicant should be
willing to work hard. Police
Certificate required.
b)2 DINING ROOM
CAPTAINS. Experienced in
French Service; minimum of
three years as Captain in first
class Hotels and restaurants.
Good references and Police
Certificate required.
c) 1 TOURNAND CHEF. Must
have three years experience in
first class Hotels and
restaurants in preparation in
International Cuisine. Good
references and Police
cortifirate required.
d) 1 HtnU CHtF.
Expeiienceu in all aspects of
nternational Cuisine. Must
'iave ability to organize, train
and supervise kitchen
personnel. Knowledge of food
stocks and requirements
necessary, willing to work long
hours. Five years minimum
experience as Head Chef in
first class hotels or restaurants.
Good references and Police
Certificate reouired.
* Please apply to t'ersonnel De-
oartment: EL CASINO. P. O
3ox F-787. Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


Saturday, January 6, 1973.
iGRANP BAHAMA"
qhf iEribunr
HELP WANTED
C7029
ONE DISHWASHER AND 2
HANDYMEN FOR
JOHNSONS SEAFOOD
RESTAURANT.
PLEASE CONTACT: RHONA
JOHNSON FOR INTERVIEW.
C7033
ONE MACHINE OPERATOR,
to operate NCR 3300 Machine
for Receivables. Applicant
should have good general
education and two years
experience in operation of
NCR 3300 Machine.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Deoartment.
C7030
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.
PACKING AND SHIPPING
MANAGER. MUST HAVE 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
ESTIMATING. COMPUTING
RATES FOR INTER
NATIONAL SHIPPING AND
SUPERVISIONAL ABILITY
TELEPHONE FREEPORT
TRANSFER LTD. FOR
APPOINTMENT AND
INTERVIEW.
HELP WANTED
C7034
ONE RANGE-MAN, to pick up
golf balls off range by using a
Range Ball Machine. Must
possess a valid Driver's licence.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club. Personnel Department.
C7027
MEDICAL LABORATORY
TECHNICIAN wanted
immediately to work at
Lucayan Medical Building.
Full time or part time
considered. Salary according to
experience.
Contact Dr. Tait, P. O. Box
F-827. (Tel: 352-7288).
C7032
ONE STORAGE
ATTENDANT, to maintain
and clean storage area, load
and transport Golf Carts
between courses, must be neat
and have pleasant manner also
possess a valia driver's Licence,
Male applicant required.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.
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"Let's change the subject from a promotion to the
inefficient way you're handling your present job."
Rupert and the Beanstalk46
The tall Elf is sorry to part
from the visitors. I wish you
could stay longer." he sighs
as they make their way back
to the beanstalk. So do I."
pipes the small Elf. It's a
nice place after all. There's
nothing to be afraid of."
ALL nionrs
Rupert reminds him they must
hurry to Nutwood and, waving
goodbye until the edge of
Giant Land is lost in cloud,
the pair clamber down the
stems of the beanstalk. I
wonder if Giant Trugg really
means to visit us." says Rupert.
ntsiKvca
Brother Juniper
"Hey, you spilled some oil, Slick.
CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 32. Encomium
1. lawful 33. Miami Indian
6. Deft 34 Turn right
12. foolish 36 Hawaiian
13 Populace baking pit
14. Sensitive plant 37. Audience
16 Cast a ballot response
17. Consumed 39 Wing
18. Shy 41. Metropolitan
20. Kind production
22.Congou 44. Ancestral
23. land measure 46. Cooking
26. Authentic directions
28. Cubic meters 48. Eaglestone
30. Ear 49 Instructed
inflammation W, Sprints
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3 laponica
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from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES The best way to
use this Saturday to advantage is to contact
those you already regard as friends, or wish to have for friends,
so forget all but essential tasks, and get ou' with people you
like and enjoy the recreations pleasing to them
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Contact those you know are
loyal to you and gain their support for some plan you have in
mind that can be mutually helpful Understand your truest
aims, and take the right steps toward attaining them
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you consult with a
prominent expert, you can find out how to become more
successful in your career Be sure your credit is in good
condition. Avoid one who likes to make life difficult for you.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are inspired now about
just how to gain your fondest aspiration, so use all the
inventiveness for which you are famous. Go to the right
sources for any information you may need. A calmer attitude
is important
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Follow your
hunches, since they are most accurate now This can be helpful
in career matters and in personal ones as well. Reach a true
understanding with mate in p.m
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Good day to find out just what is
expected of you by all partners, whether personal or business
and try to please them Go over contracts and make
improvements thereon Stop wasting time foolishly.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have fascinating work to
do for which you have little time during week, so get at that
enthusiastically today. Spare time should be spent shopping.
Get your wardrobe more up to date
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Good day for going to favorite
places with people who give you the greatest pleasure, but take
mate along. Some slight risk can lead to something fine. Avoid
one who likes to argue too much
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Being cooperative with kin
and making the necessary repairs to home is your best avenue
of expression during day. Some opportunity arises that can
help you advance more quickly in your field of activity. Make
good use of it.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Fine day for driving
out to see people who are difficult to contact during busy
work week Get the information you need so you can advance
more quickly. Don't fall asleep at the wheel in p.m
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan how to improve
your financial situation so you need not have to worry about
essentials. Take time to improve anything you possess Your
appearance needs toning up, also.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 2 I to Feb. 19) Make new friends who can
fit into your scheme of things for the future Attend group
gatherings where you can meet fine individuals State your
aims to the right persons and get their cooperation.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Consult with specialists in
your field of work who can give you the advice you need just
at this time so you can get ahead faster. Follow your intuition
for good results. This is true also where the romantic side of
life is concerned.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those dynamic young people who will want to be busy
at work on something all the time, so don't try to change
your youngster, or you ruin the excellent promise in this
chart, the ability to find the strong points that will lead early
to choosing and enjoying a fine profession. Permit many
playmates to be around early so the art of successful human
association will be learned while young. Sports are a must
here.
tat lima 24 min.
Af Nwf'o*url
5. Criterion
6. Wire service
7. Stray
8. Crucilix
9. Choose
10. de France
11 Spread to dry
IS. River island
19 French pronoun
21. Carson
23. Piquant
24. Control
25 Compass point
26 Promise
27 Combination of
two letters
29 Samuel's
teacher
31 Vast amount
35. Topsy's friend
37. Ship's jail
38. Finished
40. Potables
41. Crumb
42,Seed
43. Medieval
shield
45. Eskimo
47. And: Ft.
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Chess
B. VICTOR MOLLO
iiimIit South: Hoth Vul.
North
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0 7 6 5 2
South
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South North
30
Bidding diaphanous suits Isn't
f.uCvonabli' these day. but
therete a case for itso Icng, ot
courie, as partner pCays (he
same game. Here North U too
food for INT and his 10 res-
ponse i'.n't illkeCy to come Ij
much harm, for he knows Hut
SDUitih won't support hearts
mil/,
West leads the CAKQ, East
following with the 09. 10 and
OJ. Assuming that there are no
K.niletons about, can declarer
mute certain of hcs contract?
A crois-rufl is the art-wer, but
it must be earefuCCy tamed.
Resisting Itn temptation to
throw a rtuto. Soutlh ruffs the
third heart, leada out the OAK
and ruffa a diamond. Coming
Coming back with ths *A. he
ruffi another dinmond. Now
dupuny's lastOwir! is ruffi.1 and
ttie ftftJh diamond is trumped
with the 4>A.
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4 3
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Needing three ruffs in dummy,
declarer wind be Short of entries
to his hand, unless h: pCa^s the
diamonds as above.
East
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7 It'* capital In France. <3>
10. Trained. (41
11. IIii.mii (!l)
111 Kliiflr. (31
14. miliahlr. (SI
II Winning ii
15. Appeal. (4)
to. fcarth (4)
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II Hinder. (51
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II. Reel. (7) -
IS. Carp Incnuntly. (3)
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(4)
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wonl of
four .run*
or more ran
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lettcm fthimn
here? in
m a k I n c a
word, f j r h
letter may
be u*eil once
only. Each
Hord must contain the larce
letler. and there must be at
leatt one elaht-letter word In (he
ii-i No [iiur.ii-; no foreign word*,
no proper names. TODAVS
TtRfiKT: 13 word*, good;
18 Hord*. very good; 23 word*.
ex client Solution tomorrow.
u.MMim.'j, SOLUTION:
into iron onto option orison
orpin piston point poUon poon
poor port portion po*lt
POSITRON post potion prKon
proton riot roost root rosin
snoop snorl soon soot sort spoon
Hpoor qport spot stoop stop
strop tiro toon torn torsion
torso trio trlpoa troop.
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REX MORGAN, M.D.
By DAL CURTIS
P.IIUW VI .
CMAK.LEW Ht
BE WINNING
rouKNAMENTS
-rtENIV
Of THEM '
JUDGE PARKER
By PAUL NICHOLS
APARTMENT 3-G
By Alex Kotzky
NO.' HE'S
BACK IN HIS
APARTMENT.' HAVE
YOU HAP PINNER?
COWt IN ANP LET
me fix you
SOMETHING'
STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD
by saunders & overgard
^V^OFCCXJWE I WILL
JENNY" DEMANDED ABSOLUTE \ pREVENT THAT
CONTROL OF OUR'WORLD TIMES J
..EDITORIAL POLICY, ROPER.' ^
'PLANNIN& TO GRADUALLY
MAKE IT A VOICE Of
THE RADICAL
(95301
White to move: what's his
best defence ? All the
commentators praised ex-
world champion Tal's attack
against Honfl In this position
Irorm the Sukhumi Inter-
national. Hontl (White)
paayed 1 PxP. B-K7; 2
Wx'B, Q-^R4; 3 R-QB3. Q
K7 en. Tal won by driving
the White king into the open,
and noted that If (In the
diagram) 1 P<3R3, then
i . BxQP; 2 Bxa Q-B7
ch wins.
international master
Ceneic Kottnauer of London
has worked out a much
better defence for White;
can you find it?
Par times: 1 minute, chess
master; 2 minutes, expert;
5 minutes, county pkayer;
10 minutes, club standard:
IS minutes, average; 30
minutes, novice.
5ul.u1-J.ON NO D549
Chess Solution
1 PQR3, BxQP; 2 R
QB3! BxB ch; 3 OxB. O
Kt3 (to protect both bishop
and pawn); 4 QQS. RQl;
S RxP keeps White well in
the game. With threats of
RKt7 and RKB3. ht
could even be winning,
though the position U
complex.
i


EiVSribunr
Saturday, January 6, 1973.
SEVEN VOLLEYBALL TEAMS IN QNE-DAY TOURNEY
Bahamas teams start poorly against
both Haitian men & Canadian girls
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
THE HAITIAN'S MEN VOLLEYBALL TEAM led on the- offensive by Jean Herbert Toussainl,
Jean Desse and Ronald Leger with Franl/ DejeM M Hi, sen ice marched from a 7-1 lag to a 9-7
lead and went on to outscore the Bahamas' Men National team I S-H in the firs, men s volleyball
match today during the Bahamas' Third Invitational Volleyball Tournament held at the Eastern
Secondary School Gym.
Playing two games each, the
Hjiiuns took no time m the
second s.-i .1. the) again
trounced the Bahamian
Canada') lunos Volleyball
Club continued i.> dominate
the Bahamas' I idiei National
team taking two set', from
them, 15-4. and 15-11, before
splitting one set each to the
Haitians' Ladle* Volleyball
team 15-9 and 8-15.
A total <>i leyball
trjms entered today's <>"'' day
tournament including Haiti,
la, and Lake I onto and
Piccolo Volleyball 1 lul
the U.S.A.
Junos. behind the dan
spiking nt captain Marion
Munroe, played havoc with the
Bahama' d tfeni t in the (list
set u tl moved to .1 6-3 lead.
INACCURATI
Betides 1 weak centre
rate placing held the
Bahamas to only t""' a the
nio.'i experienced Mary
Chisholm. ITiei
lynn McAvoj ind Munroe ol
Canada pushed <>" I" win
Undaunted In their Iirst set
defeat, the Bahamas paced by
Ho Rolle. Barluta Knowles
Tropical .
Exterminators
.ind ('destine Wilton with
ret Albury and I Isine
I hompton taking the servii 1
moved from a five point defk ^
to in 11 all tie before ^ivihk
away lo the more powerful
1 uiadians 1 5-11.
The Il.11t1.1n men's team with
the potency ol their all
ik a little while to
get warm and in the meantime
11 ihamai' men. behind the
spiking of Gamettc Lockhart
with I eroy I'jwkes and Oswald
on ui the defence held a
In t 7-1 lead.
Haiti, however, followed on
ontecuttvc turnovers and
1 total of 14 points with
1I1 Bahamas getting only one.
Haiti took no time to
ipalali/e on the Bahamas
men's weakness as Jean Dessc
took the service and Danial
Multipoint. Georges Eric
Brisson and Frant/. Dejean on
the forward line moved Haiti
to a 12-0 command.
Coach Leonard Archer then
called a time out and on
returning to the court, the
service changed three times
before .1 blundering Haiti gave
the Bahamas their first two
points.
SPARK OF HOPE
A spark of hope arose as the
Bahamas inched to five on a
beautiful spike by Lockhart.
Glued to five, Haiti moved on
their second win.
Marion Munroe again
teaming up with Mary
Mil, Judy Alas/kiewie/
and Gail Beach took the
Haitians ladies for a 15-9 wi.i
in the lirst set.
Haiti, however, bouncing
back immediately, took the
lead which they held
throughout the set to split
when they won 15-8.
The tournament continues
this afternoon at the Eastern
Gym with Lake C'orrto, the
Bahamas Men and Piccolo left
10 play each other.

LEROY FAWKES, captain of the Bahamas Men's Team, playing left forward, mkjhtly
spikes a bomber through Haiti's defenders Jean Herbert Toussaint and Danial Moinpoint
at the beginning of their first set. Haiti went on to win both sets 15-8 and 1S-S.
PHOTO: Rickev Wells
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SHULA IS NFL
COACH OF YEAR
I it IN SHULA, who piloted
the Miami Dolphins to
professional football's first
perfect regular season record in
30 years, was named National
football League Coach of the
Year by The Associated Press
Friday. ,
Simla edged Green Bay
coach Dan Devine by three
votes in balloting by a
nation-wide panel of sports
writers and broadcasters. The
Dolphins' boss received 28
votes to 25 for Devine.
Chuck Noll of Pittsburgh
was third with 12 votes,
finishing ahead of Cleveland's
Nick Skorich, who had six, and
George Allen of Washington,
last year's winner, who had five.
NZ OPEN LEADERS
DAVE STOCKTON
LEADS IN LOS
AN6ELES OPEN
1 OS fcNGI 11 s (AP) Hi"
Stockton scrambled out of trees
.md troubli wHk .. <>'* 10 take the
Mcond-fouod load Friday, whil*
Lm I in kino Fatted t maka the cut
In Hi, > 1 35,000 GUn CampbaH-Loa
Angeles Open Golf Tournament.
in 11-\.\ir-ii,i Stooktoopoatad
a 36-Oola total of 136. six under
par. OR the 7,028-yard Kiw.r.i
Countn Club i ouraa.
I h.ii put him one Ntrnke in (runt
ol Julius Boron, the 52-yaarold
"< Md M.tn Rival*" t>f the pro lour.
Bor..s .mil.I.d in with a 70 foi I H
and was alone in second atoei foi
this iv.nl that inaugur.it. s .,
17-month tour schedule,
I led for third at IJB were
Aiistf.ih.in David Graham. Vietnam
ssjr hato Buddy Allin and Don
Kits, a non-winning tour regular.
Allin had a sparkling 67 while Hies
and Graham matehad 69s.
P1a>er of the Year luck Nicklaus
remained in strong contention With
a 70-139 and was lied with host pro
MacMunter and Australian Bruce
DavUn. Devlin matched the COUTM
record at 66 and Hunter had a 69.
II lOOk a score of 147 or In -tier
1.1.1 lily for the final two rounds
today and Sunday and Trevlno, Ihe
Mulish Open champion, missed hy a
single stroke.
TRFVINOOUT
Irevino could manage only a 72
for 148 as he missed the cut
for the first time since 1971.
I .ngland's Tony Jacklin was another
caw illy, takintt a 75 for 148.
Arnold Calmer, in danger after an
opening 75, improved to a par 71
and just made it in his bid for a
return to the form that made him
the moat feared competitor of his
era.
Stockton, a former University of
Southern California golf captain
from Westlake Village, Calif., used
some miraculous putting to take
cole control of the lead he shared
with Boros and Johnny Miller at
the end of Thursday's round. Miller
dropped back with a 7 3-140.
Stockton used only 28 strokes
on the near-perfect greens as he
scrambled out of the trees three
times and once got a lucky bounce
off a cart path.
He has had only one bogey in
two rounds and has needed only 57
putts in the 36 holes he has played
despite some off-target driving.
AUCKLAND, NKW ZEALAND
Wilier Godfrey of New Zealand
and Stewart Ginn of Australia each
fired one-under-par 70s for 54-hole
totals of 205. and remained tied for
the lead in the New Zealand PGA
THE BAHAMAS COMMONWEALTHERS, playing in
today's tourn?"ifnt. are from left (standinq) Leonard
Arcnei ; coach), Konald bmith, joey Demeritte, Leslie
Cartwriaht. Garnette Lockhart, (and kneeling from left'
Steve oeneDy, Leroy rawkesand John Ferguson
PlWo: RICKEY WELL5
AUSSIES 306 FOR s IN
3RD TEST AGAINST INDIA
DRAW FOR COCA COLA OPEN TOMORROW
NOTICE
Estate of the Late
FRED SEYMOUR
NOTICE ishereby given that
all persons having any claims or demands against
the above-named Estate are requuested to send the
same duly certified to the undersigned on or before
the First day of February next.
And Notice is hereby also given thai at the
expiration of the time above mentioned the assets
of the deceased will be distributed among the
person entitled thereto having regard only to the
claims of which the Executors shall then have had
notice.
II.<.(.S& JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Executors
SYDNBY, JAN. 6(AP)--Pakistan
failed to exploit helpful bowling
conditions in the Third Test at
Sydney cricket ground Saturday.
The pitch, a greentop. was a
seamer's delight but the Pakistan
pace attack used it so poorly that
Australia made .106 for the loss of
only five wickets.
All three newball bowlers
Masood. Saleem and Sarfraz -
hied captain Intlkhao Alam after
ba won (he toss and sent Australia
in. They did not attack the stumps
nearly enough and too often
HBOWad Australian batsmen time to
play defensive shots off the back
foot.
Australia's Ian Redpath made 79,
but earned more hoots than cheers
for a display that bored and
irritated a crowd of nearly 30,000.
He struggled like a beginner for
four hours before being run out
after dropping his bat when called
for a second run by greg Chapped.
Ha stopped to try and pick it up,
.coundn't and was forced to run
without it. beaten by a good throw
by Saditj.
Keith Stackpole, back after
missing the first iwu tests i.....
back trouble, made 28 before
edging a ball, to keeper Wasim.
Ian Chapped paid the penalty for
Redpath's slowness. Chappell tried
to push the score along, but picked
the wrong ball to punish and was
out leg before wicket to give
Sarfra/ hit second wicket for 12
runs.
Greg Chappell started
promisingly, making 30 in just
under an hour, but when cut a ball
from Khan back onto his off
stump. Doug Walters, who this
season has hit four centuries for
New South Wales, got a wonderful
reception from the crowd, but no
super form came from him
Saturday.
At 19 he walked too far across,
leaving exposed his leg stump which
Iqbal tilted back.
Ross lil..'Js made 50 in 86
minutes with seven fours, and went
on to 79 not out. Me batted for two
hours, hitting nine boundaries.
Marsh did not attempt to
produce any of his power shots in
holding out for 42 minutes before
the stumps.
THE COCA COLA Golf Ope:,
tourney will be held at the Paradise
Island Golf Course tomorrov
beginning at 8:30 a.m. Players ar
reminded of the usual penalty fo
late arrivals.
Awards will be given lo the tOP
three finishers in the gross and net
departments. Also receiving r izes
will be the golfer with the longcs
drive fin the 18th hole, the golfei
nearest to the pin on the 16th anc
the best dressed partnership.
All trophies not collected at the
Bahamas Golf Association Annual
Presentation Banquet last
November, will be given out at No.
1 tee.
Following are the tee off times:
No. I TEE
8:30 I. Moree, M. Taylor, B.
Smith, F. Higgs.
8:40 J. Duncombc, E. Gibson, N
Radford, D. Govan.
8:30 G. Cash. V. Prosa, C
Sauntlers, V. Lockhart.
9:00 P. Stubbs, C. Poitier, I).
Wightman, Don Gou.
9:10 W. Patton, M. Stubbs, I.
Rixxuto, S. Pritchard
9:30 H. Bethel G. Knowles. P.
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9:30 C. O. Vanderpool, V.
Bostwfck, C. Mowers, T. Johnson.
9:40 P. Adderley. W. Hudson, L.
Jenkison, T. Blum.
9:50 D. Butler, I. Masson, P.
Stanham, R. Halliday.
NO. 10 TEE
8:30 J. Virgil, J. Thompson, G.
Barry, G. Scaly.
8:40 V. Lotmore, I I each. W.
Weinick. I). Curry.
8:50 J. Albury, B. Pinder, I).
Lunn. A. Aitken.
SQUASH TOURNEY
THE NASSAU Squash Club will
hold a handicap round robin
tournament at the Blue Hill Courts
from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
tomorrow.
Ihe winner of the last
tournament was Tony Hepburn,
Who never lost a game to record a
perfect 90 points.
Other placings were:- Keith
Parker 81, Eric Wilkinson 69,
Dianne Nguyen 67, Itrenda Zcese
66, Dennis Lightbourne and Donald
Cartwnght 64, Van Johnson 63.
U.K. SOCCER RESULTS
Shell Bahamas Ltd.
has a vacancy for a
MANAGEMENT
SECRETARY
who must be a Bahamian Citizen
Candidate should have several years secretariat
experience, and be proficient in shorthand
and typing.
Starting salary will depend on qualifications
and experience.
Written applications should be made to P. 0.
Box N3717. Nassau, giving details of past
experience.
IONDON (AP>-Results of
Saturday's British soccer games:
ENGLISH LEAGUE
Division 1
Arsenal 3 Manchester United I
Coventry 3 l^icester 1
Crystal Palace vs. Birmingham
postponed.
Derby I Norwich 0
I verton 2 Stoke 0
Ipswich I Newcastle 0
Leeds 2 lot ten ham I
Manchester vs. Chelsea
postponed.
Sheffield United 3 West Bromwich 0
West Han 0 Liverpool I
Wolverhamplon 0 Southampton I
Division 2
Aston Villa 0 Burnley 3
Blackpool vs Cardiff postponed
Bristol (it) 3 Swindon 0
Carlisle o Huddersficld 0
l-ulham 2 Middlesbrough I
Hull City 1 Sheffield Wednesday I
Luton 1 Orient 1
Oxford I Nottingham Korea! 0
Portsmouth I Millwall I
Queen's Pirk Rangers 3 Preslon 0
Sunderland 4 Brighton 0
Division 3
Blackburn 2 Brentford I
U< .urM.ii.....Mi 3 Walford 0
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Chalton 1 Rochdale 0
Grimsby 2 Bristol Rovers 0
Halifax vs Shrewsbury postponed
Notts County 1 York City 0
Oldham 2 Bolton 0
(1> mouth vs Chesterfield
postponed
Port Vale vs. Rotherham -
postponed
Swansea I Southend I
Wrcxham 1 Scunthurpe 2.
Division 4
rUdarahol 0 Lincoln 0
Barnsley 1 Stockport 3
Bury v Reading postponed
Crew 2 Workington 0
Darlington 0 Southport 7
Doncaster 0 Cambridge 0
Exeter 4 Mansfield 2
Hartlepool I Torquay 0
Hereford I Bradford City 0
Newport I Colchester 0
Northampton 2 (iillingham I
Peterborough 2 Chester 2.
SCOTTISH LEAGUE
Airdrie v. I alkirk postponed
Arbroath 2 Partick Thistle I
Dumbarton 0 Hearts 2
Dundee 3 Dundee United 0
Hibernian I Baal life 0
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CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Applications are invited for the position of Local Manager
of well-known Engineering Firm in Nassau. Applicants must
be Bahamian, with minimum educational standard
Equivalent to Five "O" Levels or preferably ordinary
national certificate in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.
At least five year's engineering experience is essential, and
applicants must have sufficient commercial knowledge to
enable them to take charge of a sales S. service organization
serving the whole of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
The successful applicant would be required to undergo >
comprehensive training programme at the companies'
factories overseas in order to become fully conversant with
the companies' products.
Applicants without the full engineering background
necessary, but with the potential and personality to enable
them to successfully train for the position, will be
considered.
Apply in own hand-writing to: Box No. OA3962 c/o The
Tribune, Nassau.
THE HUTCH BROTHERS
present
THE WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
BETWEEN
JOE FRAZERA GEORGE FOREMAN
(World Champion) -4lNE 5"1j 'No' 1 tJontWMhrJ
INDEPENDENCE PARK KINGSTON JAMAICA
22nd JANUARY, 1973 8:00 P.M.
PLANE DEPARTS FREEPORT 9:00 A.M. SUNDAY, 21st JAN. -
RETURNING 6:00 P.M. TUESDAY, 23rd VIA AIR JAMAICA"
$120.00 per person
INCLUDING ADMISSION AIRFARE HOTEL & MEALS
FOR TICKETS PHONE FREEPORT 352 2671
9:00 H. Munnings. II. Lloyd, C,
Rogerson, P. Tirelli.
9:10 K. Smilh, A. I). Davis. K.
A. McSweeney, H. Slewitrt.
9:20 M. Hamilton, C. Lunn. II.
Woodside, I). Gooding.
9:30 R. Tumqifeat, J. Major. S.
A. II. Smith, C. Roberts.
9:40 L Parker, J. McPhadden.
9:50 E. Gibson Jr., S. Gibson, R.
Higgs. L. Russell.
TIES COURSE RECORD
MIAMI Pam Higgins tied the
women's record at the Doral
Country Club's Red Course with n
four-under-par 68 to take the first
round lead in the $30,000
Hurdine's Invitational golf
tournament.
STRIPPED OF TITLE
MEXICO CITY (AP)-The World
Boxing Council stripped Panama'*
I iiiiijuf Pinder of hi* world
bantamweight title for his failure to
defend his title against the WBC's
top challenger within six months of
his winning the championship; and
the council announced Agustin
Senin of Spain and No. 1 contender
Kodolfo Martinex of Spain will
fight for the vacated crown