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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: January 12, 1973
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By NICKI KELLY
A 60-YEAR-OLD RETIRED ENGINEER who put a quarter of a million dollars into
Association has turned overnight from a relatively wealthy man into a pauper.


The bank's licence was one
of three revoked by the
government on December 20
on grounds that the licencees
had been carrying on their
business in a manner
detrimental to the public
interest and to the interest of
their depositors.
Besides Bahamas Savings and
Loan the government also
revoked the licences of the
parent company, International
Bank and Trust Ltd. and
another subsidiary, Bahamas
Savings and Loan Association
(Nassau) Ltd.
For reasons of protection
against creditors, The Tribune's
informant an American
citizen asked that his
identity remain anonymous.
Now living in South
America, he says that under
the laws of his adopted
country he could face a jail
sentence through no fault of
his own.
"The sum and substance of


my short venture into
Bahamian banking is that I
have overnight turned from a
fairly well-to do resident of an
adopted land to a pauper in
great debt," he told The
Tribune.
BORROWED
"I actually had to borrow
the money to arrive here from
friends. I will be returning, not
to friends, but to debtors. I
expect to lose everything, and
being unable to obtain a work
permit at my age, my future
seems to be ended."
Telling his story with tears
in his eyes, the man pleaded
for the Bahamas government to
tighten its banking laws.
"Do not permit unqualified
individuals to obtain licences,"
he said. "Inspect rigidly and
regularly all statements of
assets and liabilities of all
banks that have no
international affiliations.
"Prevent a recurrence of this
disaster," he urged. "it can


only harm not only the image
but the economy and the
future of the Bahamas. The
Bahamian people deserve
better."
The man, who said he had
been coming to the Bahamas as
a visitor for 20 years, described
the circumstances under which
he became involved with
Bahamas Savings and Loan and
how he came to hear of the
present liquidation
proceedings.
lHe said he arrived in Nassau
Sunday evening "after a long
and tortuous journey from
South America.
RETIRED
"I retired three years ago
from all business activity to
live quietly to paint, write,
read and meditate."
In 40 years of "honest
endeavour" he had
accumulated sufficient funds
to be able to live out his
remaining days in comfort, he
told The Tribune.
"On a short holiday visit to
Nassau I noticed that the
Bahamas Savings and Loan
Association offered attractive
interest rates.
"I entered the bank, was
impressed by the friendly
congeniality of the bank
personnel, and opened a small
savings account.
"In the intervening years I
visited Nassau quite often and
was most cordially received. I
enjoyed my holidays here and
developed what I considered
was a sincere friendship with
an executive of the bank.
Gradually, he continued, he
increased his savings deposits
and about six months ago,
"due to the persuasive powers
of this friend, I withdrew all
my money from my other
banks and deposited my entire
life savings in the combined
Bahamas Savings and Loan
Association and the
International Bank and Trust.
IMPRESSED
"My friend had taken me to
the new offices of Nassau Bank
and Trust and impressed me
with the progress being made
by this organization of which
he claimed he was a
vice-president.
"he advised me that
henceforth the management of
the other two banks would be
in the hands of a highly
experienced banking group and
I should enjoy an even higher
rate of interest."
The Tribune's informant said
that the funds he had
accumulated were more than
sufficient to provide him with
the necessities of life for many
years to come if he lived on the
interest alone.
"My decision to deposit
these funds and live on the
interest therefrom was not one
of personal consideration. My
concern was to provide
something extra for my
children and grandchildren
after I was gone.
"There were many ways
that I could have chosen, but
unfortunately I was a victim of
faith in human nature. I
believed in the sincerity of
those that I considered my
friends."
CLOSED
Two months ago, due to an
emergency, he requested that
$10,000 be withdrawn from
his account. This was
acknowledged by mail, and he
was advised that the cheque
had been deposited in his
checking account at another
bank.
"I therefore proceeded to
write cheques for the total
which were issued for material
services which I received."


The only positive statements
have come from Port Director
Leon Flowers, who told The
Tribune the sunken vessel is
not a navigational hazard,
although it will have to be
removed from its present
location within a "reasonable
time."
While he could not at this
stage say how long a
"reasonable time" was Mr.
Flowers said moving the gutted
hulk will be the responsibility
of the owners, or, if it is
insured, the insurers.
Meanwhile, Deputy Fire
Chief John Sherman admitted
that so far he does not know
who the owners are, which
insurance company is involved,

DUCHESS BREAKS HIP
THE 75-year-old Duchess of
Windsor has broken her hip in
a fall in her Paris apartment
last Thursday, her personal
secretary said Tuesday.
According to Wednesday's
Miami Herald, the Duchess is in
the American hospital in Paris.
Her secretary said she had an
operation which was very
successful and she was now
"doing nicely."
He said he did not know
when she would be discharged.
The Duchess has been living
quietly in her Paris apartment
since her husband the Duke
of Windsor, once King Edward
VIII of England died of
cancer May 28 at 77.
The duke abdicated the
throne 37 years ago to marry
her.

NEW!
VELVET

THROWCUSHIONS

DOLLY MADISON
NASSAU FREEPORT


or how much the destroyed
vessel was worth.
"I haven't got that straight,"
Mr. Sherman said. He added:
"I'm trying to find the man
who discovered the fire, and
the men who were in the
engine room when the fire
started. We have got to find
out who is the head of Church
Bay, Limited. I have to get the
mate to find out who the
manager of the company was
because I hear the captain of
the ship quit."
JOHNSON DENIES
It was understood that
Church Bay. Ltd., owned the
vessel and that Cat Island M.P.
Oscar Johnson was a principal
shareholder.
Mr. Johnson yesterday
denied he was the owner. But
radio announcements have told
passengers and others who lost
luggage, freight and other
belongings in the fire to
contact the Church Bay
Company at Hawthorne Street,
telephone 3-6859, or to write
the company at P. O. Box
1505. Both the telephone and
box number are those listed in
the telephone directory for the
Craftsman Press, which is
headed by the Cat Island M.P.
It was reported yesterday
that the Transport Ministry
had arranged with the m.v Sea
Salvor, serving the Crooked
Island area, to take on the Cat
Island service formerly handled
by the Church Bay. Permanent
Secretary to the Ministry
Hartis Thompson could not be
contacted today to confirm the
report.
Firemen fought the blaze for
over an hour yesterday
afternoon, but when the flames
got threateningly close to tanks
or LP gas and 55 gallon drums
of petrol near the bows, the
tug Marguerite not Mako as
reported earlier -rammed the
Church Bay and sank the ship
in 16-18 feet of water
alongside the dock.


Bahamas Savings and Loan

A short while afterward he
received the cheque in the mail
marked "account closed."
tHe said it had been
deposited, then withdrawn
from his checking account
when it was not honoured by
the depository bank Nassau
Bank and Trust.
"I made a hurried phone call
and was assured by an official
of Bahamas Savings and Loan
that it was all a mistake and
that another cheque would be
immediately deposited to my
checking account. With this
assurance I proceeded with my
normal plans."
On January 8, said the
depositor, he flew to Nassau to
withdraw $50,000 for payment
of accumulating liabilities on
his home, car, purchases and
hospital bills.
His wife had run up a rather
large hospital bill after the
death of a son.
The next morning he arrived
at the offices of Nassau Bank
and Trust and inquired for his
friend, a vice-president.
NO CONNECTION
He was informed that this
individual was not connected
with the bank, and for that
matter never was.
"He had been permitted to
use their office space for a
short time only. I hurried back
to the bank building of
Bahamas Savings and Loan and
International Bank and Trust
and read the notices of the
government's suspension of the
banking licences.
"I spoke to the individuals
who had told me over the
phone that another cheque
would be deposited for me.
"He indicated his regrets and
advised me that the bank's
assets would be liquidated, and
that eventually I might expect
a small percentage of my
deposits to be returned.
"To say that I was shocked
would be a gross
understatement."
Later that afternoon, he
continued, he attended the
Supreme Court hearings
pursuant to the petition for
liquidation of these banks and
the appointment of official
liquidators.
"Due to a technicality in the
preparation by the attorney,
the Chief Justice postponed
final decision until today at
2:30 p.m."
REQUEST
The depositor said that he
intended to be present at this
hearing also, and would request
the attorney to amend or add a
request for priority to cover
payment of initial funds to
honour those cheques that had
been issued and not paid.
In his own case this was a
small percentage.
The only "ray of hope"
open for this man is the fact
that a short while ago he
started writing a book which
might possibly help him in his
dilemma.
"With a little time, and an
advance from an interested
party or publisher, in six
months I can complete my
manuscript.
"Those that have read what
1 have written to this point all
agree that it has great merit
and should be successful
financially."
He said he was not asking
for charity, nor would he
accept it. "I would only be
interested in a business
proposition where all parties
involved would be beneficiaries
in all revenues received. I need
only the time to recoup."
"I just turned 60 on New
Year's eve. What happens
now?" he asked. "What is the
future for me."


FNM SENATOR

MR. GARNET J.
LEVARITY, O.B.E., former
Under-Secretary Freeport, has
reportedly been named an
Opposition member in the
Senate to replace Dr. Elwood
Donaldson, who resigned in
November.
FNM Leader Kendal Isaacs
could not be contacted today
for comment.
It is understood, however,
that the post was offered to
Mr. Levarity some time ago but
the announcement has been
delayed pending his
acceptance. The FNM holds
four seats in the Senate.
Mr. Levarity, 63, retired in
1970 after 35 years in the
public service, the last four of
which were spent as the
co-ordinating head of
Freeport's government offices.
Mr. Levarity spent 18 years
with the Police Force during
which he received the Colonial
Police Medal. He was awarded
the Victory Medal for services
during the war.
In November 1970 he
received the insignia of an
Officer of the Order of the
British Empire.
At his retirement Mr.
Levarity was honoured with a
huge banquet given by the
people of Freeport at the
King's Inn.
During his years of service at
Freeport he earned the respect
of all those who came in
contact with him. At the
farewell banquet people from
all political persuasions turned
out to pay him tribute.
Mr. Levarity now makes his
home at Freeport.

Lowell Mortimer

to be called to Bar

MR. LOWELL J. Mortimer,
29, a former Ministry of
Education and Culture teacher
who was recently called to the
English Bar, will be called to
the Bahamas Bar of the
Supreme Court on Monday.
Mr. Mortimer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. U. J. Mortimer,
confectioners of East Street,
returned home from London
on December 16.
A former science teacher
with the Ministry of Education
and Culture, he left teaching in
late 1969 to read law. In
December of that year, he
joined Lincoln's Inn, London,
and began his legal studies in
January 1970.
Educated at the Eastern
Secondary School and St.
John's College, Mr. Mortimer
also studied at St. Paul's
College, Lawrenceville,
Virginia. He is a graduate of
the Bethune-Cookman College
of Daytona Beach, Florida,
where, in August 1964, he
received his B.Sc. in Biology.
lie is also the recipient of a
diploma in education, gained at
the University of the West
Indies where he studied during
the academic year 1967-68:

TOURISM IN SEVENTIES
TALK BY MINISTER
TOURISM Minister Clement
T. Maynard is to be the guest
speaker at the Wednesday,
January 17 dinner meeting of
the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce.
Mr. Maynard's topic will be
"Tourism in the Seventies"
The meeting will be held in
the Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel.
Cocktails are at 7:30 p.m.
and dinner at 8 p.m.
Guests for the evening will
include members of the
Jamaican Trade Mission.


VOL. LXX, No. Friday, January 12, 1973. Price: 15 Cents
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BARTENDER & WAITER

ENTER NO PLEAS



Two charged with the



murder of FNM supporter

By SIDNEY DORSETT
FREEPORT BARTENDER Wendell Leroy Burrows, 25, and
Philip Humes, 21, a waiter, were yesterday charged with the
September 5 murder of Bias Street bartender Raymond Barry


RETIRED ENGINEER, 60, FACES A

BLEAK FUTURE IN HIS ADOPTED LAND





$/4m. life savings in bank






here blocked, so he faces
GARNET LEVARITY
...now a Senator?



jail for debt in S. America GARNET"""'""


He was reportedly !ast seen Among topics to be dealt
alive at about 10 o'clock on with are the status of
the night of his murder when a non-Bahamian wives and
friend drove him to an husbands after independence,
over-the-hill nightspot. the Bahamas as a banking
His wife, Patricia, daughter, centre in view of recent
Andrea Michelle, two, and son failures, the press. and new
Anthony Barry, nine-months, portfolios in an independent
last saw him on the afternoon Bahamas.
of Tuesday, September 5.



No result yet in



Election Court case

THE ELECTION COURT was today continuing its scrutiny
behind closed doors of ballots cast in the September 19 North
End Long Island election, to determine whether Philip Smith of
the PLP or Cyril Fountain of the FNM is entitled to represent the
constituency in the House of Assembly.


Returning Officer Livingston
Smith found after the Sept. 19
balloting that the candidates
were tied at 473 votes each,
and called for a fresh poll on
October 6, when the PLP
candidate was declared the
winner.
Ilowever, Mr. Fountain filed
an election petition claiming
that he in fact had a majority
of votes on Sept. 19 and
should have been returned then
as the elected representative.
Mr. Fountain specified
certain votes which he claims
should not have been counted.


Major, 25.
The two, who were not
represented by counsel, were
remanded in custody by Acting
Chief Magistrate Wilton
Hercules until Friday, January
26.
Humes, appearing in court
with his hair plaited and
Burrows, wearing dark
sunglasses and an Afro hair
style, stood silent as the charge
was read. They entered no
pleas.
Seven prosecution witnesses
have so far been listed to give
evidence during the
preliminary inquiry. That
number is expected to rise.
IHumes, the court was told,
is presently serving a two-year
prison sentence.
FNM SUPPORTER
Major, an ardent FNM
supporter, husband and father
of two infant children was
found dead in a remote spot on
a dirt road off Perpall Tract.
Hlis body, found by an
electrician who was making a
maintenance check on water
pumps in the area, had gunshot
wounds in his head and left
shoulder.
CLOTHES FOUND
ON WEDNESDAY, at about
1:30 p.m., Kent Ward
picked-up a bundle of clothes
which had dropped from a
green and white taxi going
toward Marathon Estate.
Owner please contact Gabriel
Ward at 3-1515.


fight, were Tuesday granted
conviction and sentence.
Granville ("Scarboo")
Newton, David Ramsey,
Melbourne Capron and Barry
Thompson were convicted by
Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay. They are
represented by Cecil Wallace
Whitfield, Henry Bostwick and
James Knowles.
The magistrate sentenced
each of the accused to three
months in prison. However,
when he granted their notice of
appeal he ordered that each of
them post cash bonds of $100.
They were accused of
causing a fight at the Fox Hill
campaign headquarters of
P.L.P. representative Lionel
Davis on August 25, which
resulted in $15 damage to a
louvered window that was
broken.
DISMISSED
The charge against
Thompson of assaulting
political campaigner Reginald
Nottage, who did not appear in
court court for the hearings,
was dismissed.
Also dismissed against
Thompson was the charge of
causing $15 damage to the
building. The windows was


leave appeal against the men's

broken as a result of the fight
was the view taken by
magistrate, who said there was
no evidence to show
Thompson was solely
responsible for its loss.
Tuesday's judgement
completed the case, which
opened in the lower court on
October 24 last year. The men,
charged with the offence in
August, had pleaded not guilty.
Prosecution witnesses
testified, however, that the
men, armed with a .22
revolver, steel piping and a
baseball bat, attacked security
officer Randolph Coakley,
John Pinder and Joseph
Hutchinson.
Pinder said he was injured
on his arm when hit by the
pipe and he was threatened
with the gun, held by the
accused, Thompson.
He also said he had been
assaulted by Ramsey, brother
of F.N.M. Fox Hill candidate
Fred Ramsey, who told the
court he did not enter the fight
after he saw a group of men
armed, with bottles and stones,
in the street near the campaign
headquarters.


Dr. H.W. Brown's family


taking over crab business
THE BAKED CRAB she failed to obtain
business formerly operated by immigration permits for two
Mrs. Nola Musgrove Daniel, has Haitians whom she considered
been purchased by family essential to her crab operation.
members of the Rev. Dr. H. W. She has returned to her
Brown. native Turks Island taking with
Mr. William "Peter" Christie her her children and
confirmed today that Dr. grandchildren. Her husband,
Brown had negotiated a who has been blind for the past
mortgage for the purchase 15 years, was to have joined
through his offices. Dr. Brown her this week.
could not be contacted for The Musgrove property
comment, and it is not known reportedly runs to several acres
whether the business is to be and includes the family home
continued or the Carmichael in addition to the crab factory.
Road property used for other In the crab business for 26
purposes years, Mrs. Musgrove plans to
Mrs. Musgrove quit the start another factory in the
Bahamas after 37 years when Turks on 50 acres of land


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and others he said were not
counted but should have been.
The Election Court has been
in closed-door sessions since
before 11 a.m. Thursday
scrutinizing the ballots
concerned. The public and
press were expected to be again
excluded when court
re-convened this afternoon, but
sometime during the afternoon
the doors were expected to be
re-opened for further public
hearings, when the results of
the scrutiny should be
announced.


BAPTIST SCHOOL

STAFF GIVEN 3

MONTHS' NOTICE
CLASSES were continuing
normally today at Prince
Williams High School following
a notice to staff by Board
chairman Artemus Cox that
they were being served with
three months notice of
dismissal.
Mr. (ox met with the
19-member staff Wednesday
afternoon and explained that
the Bahamas Baptist
Missionary and Educational
Convention, which owns and
operates Prince Williams, had
decided to exercise its
contractual option to serve the
staff with three months notice
beginning January 10.
lie said the period was to be
regarded as a moratorium
during which time teachers
could advise the Board whether
they were willing to enter into
a new contractual agreement.
Should they fail to do so
during this period the Board
would consider it conclusive
proof that they did not wish to
continue to serve the
Convention as members of the
Prince Williams staff.
NO EXPLANATION
It is understood that Mr.
Cox offered no explanation as
to why the Convention had
decided on the present step,
nor was he prepared to
comment to the press.
What the future of the
school is to be still remains
clouded. Reportedly however,
there have been complaints by
certain staff regarding
conditions at the school.
There are both Bahamian
and expatriate teachers on the
staff of Prince Williams.

PLEASE CALL
Mr. and Mrs. Jochen Wendt
of West Germany are asked to
contact Mr. A. P. Bain of
Greenwood Estates, Cat Island,
by calling him long-distance in
care of the operator at the
Bight, Cat Island.


PM interviewed

on ZNS tonight

PRIME MINISTER
Lynden Pindling will be heard
in a special broadcast tonight
at 7:30 p.m. on "Mary's
Notebook.".
The annual interview by
Mary Kelly provides a forum
for the Prime Minister to
review his party's
achievements and
disappointments in the past
year and outline his plans for
the future.


Still not known who



owns sunken



Church Bay mailboat

By MIKE LOTHIAN
OFFICIAL SOURCES were still today trying to determine the
cause of a fire which Thursday afternoon destroyed the my
Church Bay at its moorings at the Potter's Cay dock. They were
trying also to find out who owns the vessel.


4 ordered to jail for



political fight are given



leave to appeal
COUNSEL FOR FOUR MEN, supporters of the Free National
Movement who were charged with participating in a pre-election


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WHITE HOUSE AIDE ON $100,000 BOND
WASHINGTON, JAN. II (AP)-- A former White House aide. ordered'
held after admitting he broke into Democratic National committeee
headquarters, was released Thursday on $100.000 bond, as testimony
began in the trial for six other defendants in the case.
MASS MURDERER'S CASE GOES TO JURY
FAIRFIELD. CALIF. (AP) The mass murder case of Juan Corona,
charged with hacking to death 25 farm workers and burying them in crude
orchard graves, went to the jury Thursday after final prosecution
arguments.
The jury of 10 men and two women has to consider some 2.3 million
words of testimony and nearly 1,000 pieces of evidence.
Defense Attorney Richard Hawk, claiming the prosecution botched the
case and arrested the wrong man, completed his closing argument
Wednesday. He called the case "a dark and dismal chapter in law
enforcement history."
Hawk said the elaborate chain of circumstantial evidence against
Corona contains at least nine separate links in which sufficient "reasonable
doubt" exists to require an acquittal.
The prosecution, while admitting several mistakes by investigators.
continued to hammer away at the three items which make up the heart of
its case blood stains on Corona's vehicles and belongings, two meat
market receipts bearing Corona's name which were found in one grave and
a so-called"death ledger" found in Corona's home.
POLICE STORM TORONTO ROOMING HOUSE
TORONTO (AP) Two persons were shot to death and seven others,
some of them female, were arrested early Friday as policemen stormed the
third floor of a Toronto rooming house amid a hail of bullets.
Police said the two killed and a woman are believed to have been in a car
from which a Toronto policeman was shot and killed Thursday night.
More than 100 policemen were in the street as nine tear gus canisters
were fired into a three-storey downtown house at two-minute intervals.
Each time a canister was thrown a policeman yelled' "throw out your
guns," and a female voice screamed in reply: "don't fire any more gas we
don't want to die."
Reporters were told that some of those holed up in the third floor of the
rooming house came down the stairs toward detectives to give up; but th-
detectives wearing bullet-proof vests and bearing steel shields went up to
the door of a front room and were met by a volley of about 15 shots.
After several more tear-gas canisters and gunshots were fired seven
suspects were brought out handcuffed. Two bodies were found and taken
away in an ambulance.
ESSEX "NEVER SHOWED ANY SIGNS OF IMBALANCE"
EMPORIA, KAN. (AP) The mother of the young black identified as a
sniper who killed six persons in New Orleans said today that her son
"wasn't himself" at the time of the shootings but denied he was mentally
il.
Nellie Essex, mother of 23-year-old Mark J. "Jimmy" Essex, told a news
conference called by the family: "I have sympathy for those people (the
families of those killed and wounded) and empathy. I am in the same
situation and I know what they are going through."
Mayor Moon Landrieu said today in New Orleans that he viewed the
shootings Sunday at a downtown hotel that also left 17 injured as the work
of "an insane criminal against the entire community."
Mrs. Essex, a teacher in a head start programme in Emporia, said today,
"Jimmy wasn't himself when he did this" but added he "never showed any
signs of imbalance" when at home or in phone conversations from New
Orleans.
The parents, two sisters and brother of the slain youth appeared
composed and calm during the 30-minute news conference. The only
family member not present was Benjamin, the youngest son.
The youth's mother told reporters Wednesday the shooting was a "clear
signal for white America to get off the seat of its pants and do something."
U.K. GOVT. EASES WAGES & PRICES FREEZE
LONDON, JAN. 11 (AP) The British government Thursday promised
a slight thaw in its freeze of wages and prices in the next phase of its plan
to combat inflation.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Anthony Barber told a news conference
that wage negotiations between employers and labour unions banned
since Nov. 6 -- could be resumed Wednesday.
Speaking after a day of talks with union and employers' representatives.
Barber said the resumption would follow announcement of phase two of
the government's plan.
No details of this phase have been officially released but the government
is expected to set up watchdog bodies to supervise the movement of wages
and prices and to intervene if undue increases take place.
Barber's statement came as labour unions showed increasing signs of
unrest over the freeze the unrest has spread to the normal sedate
Government Service Unions who staged brief walk-outs throughout Britain
Wednesday because of the ban on pay negotiations.
Oa of the unions' main complaints is that the government's present
*freeze does not apply to fresh fobd prices. The price of beef has risen by
40 pe cent in the past two months.
TWO EXECUTED BY IRANIAN FIRING SQUAD
TEHRAN, IRAN, JAN. II (AP) An Iranian army firing squad
Thursday executed two terrorist saboteurs found guilty by military
tribunals of sabotage, murder and skyjacking, a government spokesman
announced.
He identified them as Mohammad Bagher Abbasi and Mohammad Mofidi
and said they were members of a terrorist group that had assassinated a
police general in Tehran last year. He said the group also had set off bombs
in Iran-America society sad the British Council buildings and other public
and private Institutions.
The spokesman said several members of the terrorist group were under
arrest for hijacking an Iranian plane, carrying out guerrilla warfare training
and sending terrorist volunteers to Arab Al-l atah commando camps for
guerrilla training.

ROCKEFELLER PROPOSES TOUGH ANTI-DRUG LAW
ALBANY. N.Y.. JAN. 11 (AP)- New York Governor Nelson A.
Rockefeller, after a week of denying rumours that he would water down
his proposals for tougher state narcotics laws, has presented legislation that
Is even stronger than what he outlined to the legislature last week.
As promised, the bill Rockefeller introduced Wednesday includes
mandatory life imprisonment for sellers of hard drugs and for persons who
commit violent crimes "while under the influence" of hard drugs.
The legislation broadens the current definition of hard drugs, brings
more drug-related activities under the category of "selling" aild employs a
broad definition of what "under tthe influence" means.
A person convicted of selling any amount of heroin, cocaine, opiumm
morphine, amphetamines, LSD or hashish would have *o be sentenced to
lfe imprisonment, with parole available only to those under 19 years of
age at the time they were arrested.
Under present law, only the narcotics heroin, cocaine, opium and
morphine are treated as hard drugs, with the maximum prison term 25
years.
Rockefeller's proposed bill would treat possession of more than a pound
of one of the narcotics the same as sale, with a ntandatory life sentence as
punishment. Possession of more than a pound of hashish, amphetamines or
LSD would be treated only as possession.

PRINCE PHIUP TO VISIT PORTUGAL
LONDON, JAN. i I (AP) Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth.
II will visit Portugal from June S to 8, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
He will attend celebrations marking the 600th anniversary of the
Anglo-Portuguese alliance.
And on June 25 they leave for an I I-day visit to Canada. The Queen will
also visit Canada again Aug. 2.10 to attend the Commonwealth Prime
Ministers conference.


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Paris peace parley

By Michael Goldsmith
PARIS, JAN. 12 (AP)-Henry A. Kissinger and North
Vietnam's Le Duc Tho met for the fifth time today in their
intensive new round of secret peace talks.


The two top negotiators
have held lengthy meetings
every day this week,
alternating between a
Communist-owned villa in
Gif-sur-Yvette and an
American-owned villa in St.
Norn la Breteche, residential
suburbs southwest of Paris.
Today's meeting was on
Communist ground. At tlhe
same time, technical experts
working in details of a future
treaty met separately in the
American villa. For the first
time yesterday, the top
negotiators and the experts
held a six-hour joint meeting,
indicating some progress at
least on parts of an agreement.
Informed sources said,
however, that some basic
points remain in dispute
between the two sides. Both
sides maintained their mutually
agreed news blackout.
At yesterday's meeting of the
semi-public peace conference,
largely a forum for fruitless
speech-making, Communist
delegates warned they would
not be intimidated by any
American attempts to impose
"unreasonable terms" by
bombing or other acts of force.
U.S. spokesman David
Lambertson told newsmen the
tone of the semipublic session
was "somewhat improved"
compared with last week's
vituperation. Although there's
no direct link between the two
levels of talks, the semipublic
conference often has reflected
the atmosphere of the secret
Kissinger-Tho negotiations.
Communist and South
Vietnamese speakers laid
special stress on the dispute
over Saigon's claim to
unrestricted national
sovereignty, which is known to
be one of the main obstacles in
the Kissinger-Tho talks.
DECISIVE STAGE
North Vietnam's Nguyen
Minh Vy said: "The
negotiations have now come to
a decisive stage. It is either
good progress toward signing
an agreement, or continuation
of the war. Obviously, this
depends on the American side.
"...If the United States
clings to the policy of force in
an attempt to impose
unreasonable terms ... the


Vietnam question cannot be
settled and the war will be
prolonged."
"No brutal force can
intimidate the Vietnamese
people in their just struggle to
defend their sacred,
fundamental national rights,"
Vy added. "All attempts to
continue the use of military
strength to maintain in power
the administration set up by
the United States in South
Vietnam can only make the
United States sink deeper into
the quagmire of war, bring the
American people more losses in
men and material and further
damage the honour of the
United States."
Viet Cong delegate Dinh Ba
Thi described as "ridiculous"
the demands for formal
recognition of the Saigon
government's sovereignty and
the re-establishment of the
demilitarized zone on both
sides of the 17th parallel as a
tight border between North'
and South.
He said the United States
and South Vietnam are
planning more air, ground and
naval assaults on
Communist-held territory in
South Vietnam.
"If the American
government obstinately
nourished the illusion of
obliging the South Vietnamese
population to accept American
neocolonialism by force, it will
only prolong the war and run
into ever greater setbacks," Thi
declared.
SAME OBJECTION
Communist delegates and
spokesmen stressed that the
only way to a negotiated
settlement was American
ratification of the agreement
drafted by Kissinger and Tho
in October. They repeated
their rejection of any
substantive changes in the
draft.
South Vietnamese delegate
Nguyen Xuan Phong again
described the draft as
unacceptable to Saigon. He
demanded that formal
recognition of Saigon's
sovereignty and of the
demilitarized zone be written
into any agreement and
repeated Saigon's demand that


SNorth Vietnamese troops must
withdraw from the south.
Only U.S. delegate Heyward
Isham refrained from any
discussion of substance and
pleaded apparently in vain -
for avoidance of comments
which "could in any way
complicate the efforts being
made to reach a just
settlement."
Kissinger and Tho met for
the fourth time Thursday since
their secret talks resumed
Monday. For the first time,
they met jointly with experts
who have been working
separately since early last week
on details. There were some
broad smiles but no public
handshakes at the end of the
meeting.
The joint meeting of the top
negotiators with the experts
suggested that some limited
progress might have been made
in more than 21 hours of
top-level secret bargaining this
week.
But there was no official
word. The experts have been
discussing small-print
mechanics in the operation of
any future agreement, and
informed sources said these
details were sometimes easier
to settle than the basic
principles.
BASIC DIFFERENCES
Some basic differences
between the two sides remain
unresolved, the sources added.
In the Byelrussian capital of
Minsk, Soviet Communist
Party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev
told newsmen the Vietnam war
was "moving slowly toward its
end."
While waiting for the arrival
of French President Georges
Pompidou, Breznhev said:
"Each side has its own
objectives, and the negotiations
are delicate. But the fact that
they are going on means that
the two sides have the desire to
solve the problem by peaceful
means."


But in Saigon, the
government radio commented
that "no progress should be
expected from the peace talks
at this time as every available
indicator suggests that Hanoi is
preparing for the worst."
North Vietnam's army
newspaper, Quan Doi Nhan
Dan, was reported to have said
Hanoi "is dead serious in
negotiations" but at the same
time is "quick and equally
serious, to make ripostes to the
American war-maniacs as they
have done."
The newspaper was quoted
by the official Vietnam news
agency as saying President
Nixon has plans that indicated
"further hit-and-run strikes or
a massive blitz .... may be
resumed at any time on all of
North Vietnam".


By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP)- A
former White House aide,
admitting he broke into
Democratic National
Committee headquarters to
eavesdrop and steal political
secrets, was ordered to jail
Thursday as testimony begart
in the trial for the other six
Watergate case defendants.
E. Howard Hunt Jr.,
ashen-faced but standing erect,
pleaded guilty to all six charges
against him and was ordered
held.
Leaving the courthouse after
posting $100,000 bond, Hunt
told newsmen that he knew of
no higher administration
officials involved in the
Watergate affair.
lie said that he pleaded
guilty because he had
undergone "the unexpected
tragic death of my wife" in a
plane crash last month. "I felt I
could not undergo the
experience of a long trial. I felt
I should be with my children."
Hunt said, as he did in court
earlier in the day, that the
Watergate case, involving a
break-in at the party
headquarters at the Watergate
Building complex, as outlined
by the prosecutor, was
substantially correct.
Hunt said he made the bond
by assigning the proceeds of his
wife's $250,000 insurance
policy.
Hunt faces a maximum of
50 years in prison and $40,000
in fines at sentencing later.
ADMISSION
"Did you commit each one
of these crimes?" asked chief
U.S. circuit judge John K.
Sirica.
"Yes sir, your honor," Hunt
said.
In outlining the case
yesterday prosecutor Earl
Silbert had said that part of the
plan by Republicans to gain
information was to plant a spy
in the campaign organizations
of Sens. Edmund S. Muskie
and George McGovern.
Robert Fletcher testified that
after he spoke to Hunt he
contacted Thomas Gregory, a
student in Brigham Young
University in Provo, Utah and
told him of the job offer.
"Why did you contact
Gregory first?" asked Gerald
Alch attorney for James W.
McCord Jr., one of the six
remaining defendants.
"A. "Among my friends he
is closest and I thought he
might be interested," Fletcher
said. "He was single and
mobile."
Later, Fletcher said, he
learned Gregory had gone to
work for Hunt.
Q. "Did he show any
enthusiasm about the work he
was doing?
A. At first, but he thought
that the information he was
getting could not possibly be
of any value.
Silbert had said Gregory had
infiltrated the offices of both
Muskie and McGovern.
Hunt had pleaded guilty to
three counts Wednesday and
the government agreed to drop
the other three, but judge
Sirica refused to accept the
arrangement.


in assessing move



by President Nixon

By John Dorfman
AP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP)-Some business leaders and economists were
cautious Thursday in assessing what the end of most mandatory
price and wage controls would mean for the economy.


The most often heard view
in early reactions to President
Nixon's action Thursday was
that Phase 3 would help
corporate profits while raising
renewed risks of a more rapid
pace of inflation.
"Mr. Nixon is running some
very substantial risks," said
economist Walter Heller of the
University of Minnesota,
formerly head of the
President's Council of
Economic Advisers under
Presidents Kennedy and
Johnson.
"A great deal depends on
how much they use the club
they kept in the closet," Heller
said. "If they're willing to use
it, then the substance of the
changes is not as great as the
appearance of the changes."
The "club" referred to by
Heller was the power retained
by the Cost of Living Council
to roll back price increases
which exceed government
guidelines. '
The guidelines tell
corporations to boost prices
only if required by rising costs,
and to try to keep increases
down to 1.5 per cent a year.
Furthermore, firms are not to
make any increases which
would raise their profit margins
over base period levels.
The health, food and
construction fields- would
remain subject to stronger
controls, as special cases.
INFLATION UP
"An estimate of 3-1/3 to 3-1/2
per cent inflation in 1973 has
to be re-examined now," Heller
said, "not downward, but
upward."
Paul Samuelson, a Nobel


prize-winning
predicted
announcement
would exceed 4
coming year.
administration's
per cent.


economist,
after the
that inflation
per cent in the
The Nixon
target is 2.5


Samuelson said he had
expected the Nixon
administration to wait until the
labour negotiations involving
the teamsters union and rubber
workers were over before
removing controls.
Heller warned: "If the Cost
of Living Council isn't tough,
the unions are going to be very
tough in their demands."


SLIGHT THAW' IN U.K.


No announcement was made
Thursday on whether the 5.5
per cent annual guideline for
wage increases would remain in
effect. An administration
spokesman said the question
would be worked out soon,
with labour leaders in the
decision process.
Milton Friedman, a
University of Chicago
economist and leading
advocate of a free market
economy, was recovering from
heart surgery and was not
available for comment.
Labour leaders were reserved
in their initial reaction. George
Meany, President of the
AFL-CIO, said his organization
"is prepared to cooperate and
participate in the stabilization
structure which has been
established by the President."
But, he added, "we reserve
our position on the matter of
extension of the stabilization
legislation."
'VERY PLEASED'
Leonard Woodcock,
president of the United Auto
Workers, said voluntary
restraint "has long been a goal"
of the UAW, but that he would
have to wait until the Nixon
proposals were studied further
before offering more detailed
comments. Chrysler Corp. said
it was "very pleased the
President has returned to a
system of voluntary controls."
Wall Street observers seemed
to feel the loosening of
controls would allow a surge in
corporate profits. The Dow
Jones Average of 30 industrial
stocks set a new closing high of
1051-70.
But Heller said, "I don't
think this is a magic open
seasame for profits, partly
because I don't believe the
controls were restraining
profits as much as some people
said. Maybe they'll go up 15
per cent this year instead of 14
per cent."
Philosophically, many
business leaders seemed to find
the loosened control structure
of Phase 3 congenial. Ellmore
C. Patterson, chairman of J. P.
Morgan & Co., called
Thursday's announcement "a
logical step in the transition
back to a market economy."



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WASHINGTON (AP) The
Justice Department Thursday
accused the Finance
Committee to Re-Elect the
President and three defeated
Congressional candidates of
violations of federal election
laws.
The four criminal actions
were filed in U.S. district court
here in the nation's capital.
The eight-count criminal
information filed against
President Nixon's finance
committee charged the
committee, through its
treasurer. Hugh P. Sloan, gave
G. Gordon Liddy, a legal
adviser to the panel, cash sums
in the amount of $12,000,
$12,000 and $5,300, without
receiving a receipt.
The committee was charged
in three counts with failing to
report these expenditures to
the general accounting office
and with failing to obtain a
receipt for and make a GAO
report on an additional $2,000
Liddy spent.
Maximum penalty upon
conviction on each count is
one year in prison and a
$1,000 fine.
Others charged were:
6-Fritzjof P. Thygeson, a
peace and freedom party
candidate for the House of
Representatives from the 10th
District of California who won
the June 6 primary but was
defeated in the general
election.
*-Charles W. Johnson,
Democratic candidate for the
House in the 17th district of
Ohio who lost in the May 2
primary.
*-William C. Haden,
Democratic candidate for the
House in the 14th District of
Pennsylvania who lost in the
April primary.
Two-count informations
were filed against Thygeson
and Johnson charging both
with failing to file candidate
reports of contributions and
expenditures on the 15th and
fifth days before the primaries
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Big U.S. Armyreorganization

WASHINGTON, Jan. II (AP) Faced with peacetime manpower and
budget cuts, the army announced Thursday a major reorganization of its
stateswide command structure to improve efficiency and strengthen
readiness of its active reserve forces.
Secretary of the Army Robert IF. forces with particular emphasis on
Froehike said the reorganization, the reserves.
first since 1962, would cut miltiary SMALLER SIZE
and civilian manpower by 15,000, The size of the army has shrunk
save about $190 million a year or from 1.5 million men and women
about SI billion over five years and at the height of the Vietnam War in
result in "a better army." 1968 to about 865,000, and is due
The changes mainly involve to to drop to 790,000 by the end
headquarters staffs and do not of the fiscal year.
affect the structure of army combat The new plan calls for:
divisions, nor do they affect A force command to be
overseas commands, created at Ft. McPherson which will
In effect, the streamlining cuts serve as a single field headquarters
away some of the layers between for supervising and training the
the filed and major headquarters, combat readiness of all active and
Two new major commands will reserve units in the United States an
be created, one to oversee the Puerto Rico.
combat readiness of the regular It will take over some of the
forces, the national guard and army duties now performed by the
reserve, and the other responsible continental army command in Ft.
for individual training and Monroe, Va., which will be
development of new concepts and disbanded.
doctrines. A training and doctrine
Three major present commands command to be established at Ft.
and headquarters will be Monroe, responsible for individual
eliminated, including the late Gen. training, army schools and campus
George S. Patton's World War II R.O.T.C. programs.
command, the third United States a Combat developments
army headquartered at Ft. command, located at Ft. Belovoir
McPherson, Ga. Va., to be absorbed into the
Froehlke and Gen. Creighton W. training and doctrine command.
Abrams, holding his first news The Army material
conference since becoming Chief of command, headquartered in
Staff last fall. said the Washington to be scaled down but
reorganization continue of its job of research and
Froehlike and Gen. Creighton W. development of new weapons and
Abrams. holding his first news to provide logistics support.
conference since becoming Chief of -- The Third Army
Staff last fall, said the Headquarters to be disbanded and
reorganization would begin in its responsibilities taken over by
March and be completed within 12 First Army Headquarters at Ft.
months. Meade. Md.
Froehike said the changes, long This will leave three regional
in planning, resulted from army headquarters: the first at Ft.
"pressures" both in the outside the Meade the first at Ft. Sam Houston,
army. Tex., and the sixth a San
Among them, he said, was the Francisco's presidio, all of which
need "to maintain an effective will be involved primarily with
national security while we accept a supervision of the national guard
reduced budget and reduced and reserve units in their geographic
manpower," criticism from areas.
Congress to reduce headquarters Froehike said the moves will
staffs and the need to improve the result in a 10 per cent reduction in
combat readiness of the armed the army staff at the Pentagon


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EDITORIAL

Peace without honour?


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the second article in a series lam writing on America's
weakened position in the Viet Nam peace talks as a result of
internal dissension ... especially in Congress... at a time when the
nation should be united in strength.)
Prime Minister Heath is the one world leader wno has shown
maturity in his approach to the storm now raging around the
head of President Nixon over the renewal of bombing in Viet
Nam.
While the President is being hamstrung by supposedly
responsible elements in the U.S. and protests are being lodged by
many governments .... especially in Communist countries .... Mr.
Heath has resisted pressure from the Opposition is the House of
Commons to join in the hunt.
An Associated Press despatch from London .... published in
The Tribune on January 2nd under the caption "Easy to
Condemn says Heath", reported that "Prime Minister Edward
Heath warmly welcomed the Washington announcement Saturday
that Viet Nam peace talks will resume in Paris and declared "we
must pray that they will lead to a successful outcome.
"The British leader also reminded his critics that 'it is easy to
demand condemnatory statements' but past experience has
shown that this is 'not always the best way of bringing peace
nearer'.
"Heath has been under strong pressure from the Opposition
Labour Party to speak out and condemn President Nixon's recent
resumption of bombing raids north of the 20th parallel. But he
has preferred to make Britain's views known in unpublicized
contacts with the U.S. Government.
"It was understood here that Heath received advance word on
the resumption of the Paris talks and delayed his reply to his
critics until the Washington announcement was made."
***4>***
This was the behaviour of a mature world leader who has
learned something from history, especially the history of our
period.
Too often people find it convenient to forget the past and so
they must be reminded on an occasion like this of some of the
facts of history,
Remember .... when Mussolini moved on defenceless.
Ethiopia it was the duty of Britain and France to intervene.
They were then in a position to stop this aggression on a small
African state.
They did nothing beyond imposing an ineffective measure of
sanctions on Italy.
This was nothing more than a meaningless token action to
"save face".
This policy of inaction in a grave situation had several serious
consequences.
You will recall that Sir Samuel Hoare, Foreign Minister of
Britain, and Pierre Laval, Foreign Minister of France, had agreed
on a plan to effectively check Mussolini. But their governments
repudiated the plan and Britain made a fierce enemy of Laval
who later played an important role in the Vichy Government of
France. It is sad that Laval should have been finally shot as a
traitor after the Allies had won the second world war.
Anthony Eden resigned his Cabinet post in the British
government in protest against the government's policy of
inaction.
Ethiopia had been a loyal friend of the West. After Italy had
been crushed in the second world war independence was restored
to Ethiopia. But Emperor Haile Selassie had learned a bitter
lesson. He no longer trusted the West.
This affair had a widespread effect in Africa .... Africa got on
the move .... with results that are too evident today to require
any elaboration in this column beyond pointing to Uganda as the
ultimate .... if unwise .... revolt of black Africa.
Up to the time of the Ethiopian crisis Hitler was quietly)
rearming Germany. He had been able to avoid some of the terms
of the first world war's Vrsailles Treaty and was strengthening
his navy with pocket battleships.
When he realized that Britain and France were afraid to stand
up to aggression Hitler boldly came out on to the world stage. He
grabbed Alsace Lorraine, Chancellor Dollfus was brutally
murdered in the Austrian Chancellery and the Germans seized
Austria. From that point, he went on taking anything he wanted
in Europe over feeble protests from Britain and France.
Then Hitler demanded the surrender of Czechoslovakia, using
the large Sudeten-Gcnnan population in that country as an
excuse.
Czechoslovakia was prepared to resist aggression and Hitler
himself admitted that it would have taken a long time even for
the powerful German army to break the defences of this tiny
country which had a large armaments industry. Czechoslovakia
was the one country in Europe that had anticipated war and had
prepared for it.
And here comes the real tragedy. Poland wanted a piece of
Czechoslovakia and so she joined Germany in her pressure on her
neighbour.
Britain and France wanted peace at any price. And so Britain's
Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and the Prime Minister of
France went .... hat in hand .... to Germany for a conference with
Hitler at Berchtesgaden, his hideout deep in the Bavarian Alps.
At this meeting Hitler agreed that if they surrendered
Czechoslovakia to him this would be his last territorial demand in
Europe.
Neville Chamberlain returned to London waving a scrap of
paper over his head informing cheering crowds in the streets that
he had secured "peace in our time".
The ink had hardly dried on the agreement when Hitler struck
again .... this time at Poland who had only shortly before shared
Czechoslovakia with the Germans!
Britain and France were then forced to take up arms and go to
war because they realized that the time would come when Hitler
would march on them and they would be powerless to defend


themselves.
Neville Chamberlain resigned and Winston Churchill was
entrusted with leadership in Britain.
Churchill immediately sent a delegation to Russia which was
supposed to be an ally of Britain and France.


A CAPACITY CROWD turned out Wednesday night to celebrate the sixth anniversary
of PLP rule In the Bahamas. The event was held at the Sonesta Beach Hotel. Shown at the
head table from left is Mrs. Arthur Hanna, wife of Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Hanna;
Clem Dean, secretary general; Mr. Hanna; Mrs. Lynden Pindling, wife of the Prime
Minister; Works Minister Simeon Bowe, head of the organizing committee, Mrs. James
Brown, wife of the second vice-chairman; The Prime Minister; Mrs. Milo Butler Sr., wife
of the governor general designate; and PLP party chairman Andrew "Dud" Maynard.


Inner Wheelers aid Paraplegics

Inner Wheelers aid Paraplegics


BAHAMAS RED CROSS
DIRECTOR Mrs. Lottle
Tynes accepts a $200 cheque
for the Iahemas Paraplegic
Wft C-j-L -"


Association from Mrs. Billie
Godet', president of Inner
Wheel, at Wednesday's
luncheon meeting of the


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PASSBOOK PRESENTED
THE ROYWEST GROUP OF COMPANIES donated the
first prize of $100 for the Bahamas Mental Health
Association's raffle that took place in the Fox Hill area
recently. The raffle was won by Madalane Timothy, a
student in grade 10 at the Donald Davis Secondary School,
who lives at South Beach Road. Presentation of the prize,
which was used to open a savings account at Finance
Corporation of Bahamas, Robinson Road, was made by Jim
Newbold, manager of FinCo's Robinson Road banking
office. Picture shows Mr. Newbold presenting FinCo
savings' passbook to Miss Timothy.
But by this time Russia had lost faith in Britain. I shall always
remember a news despatch from London in the early days of
Hitler's aggression which reported that the Russian Ambassador
to London had sat on the doorstep of No. 10 Doivning Street for
weeks without being able to gain admission while the German
Ambassador came and went at will.
By the time the British delegation reached Moscow they found
a German delegation firmly established there. In Albert Speer's
History of the Third Reich he revealed that at that time Hitler
was the only world leader who was trusted by Stalin. As you will
recall, Speer was one of Hitler's most trusted Ministers. He was
one of the few men at the War Trials in Nuremberg who was not
condemned to death.
In the same way that Poland joined with Germany in the
partition of Czechoslovakia, Stalin wanted a piece of Poland and
so, although he didn't enter the war with Germany against the
Western Allies, he took his piece of Poland, thereby helping to
strengthen Hitler's position.
I will continue these reminiscences tomorrow.
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: There's one point I overlooked in
yesterday's article and so I'm phoning it to Nassau as a Footnote
to History.
It is that Democrats who are leading the attack on the
President in the Senate seem to have forgotten that both in the
Korean and present Viet Nam war there were periods when the
U.S. eased pressure on the enemy as a gesture of a peaceful
settlement.
On each occasion the enemy took advantage of the lull to
strengthen his forces for a new attack.
This is the way the Korean war was lost.
Surely these men must realize that to continue such a policy in
the present war would be national suicide.
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And now I see with eye serener,
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A being breathing thoughtful breath,
A traveller betwixt life and death;
The reason firm, the temperate will,
Endurance, foresight, strength and skill.
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THE BIDDIN


SIN THE Tribune's Christmas
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Questions will be dealt with in
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questions.
J Question 1 gave you this


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You were South, vulnerable
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opponents, and the bidding
started like this:
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G QUESTIONS
You were told that North's 1 (a) (b) (c)
Diamond was a natural, not a K Jx Qxxx K Qxxx
conventional, bid; he has at K x Q x Q
least 4 Diamonds. What is your Ax xx AJ xxx AJxxxx
response? Q x Q J x
It is obvious that at least ,
Game is there, and there may in each case, 5 Diamonds is
be a slam. There are two basic assured. Hand (a) offers a 50%
be a slam. There are two basic chance of making a small slam.
approaches: one is to make a
Hand (c) is a virtual certainty
forcing bid of some kind at the and (c) isa virtual certain
for 6. Hand (b) offers
first opportunity, and the r h
other is to pursue the slow practically no chance at all.
other is to pursue the slow And Blackwood does nothing
approach. The trouble with the to distngsh between the.
latter is that the only 'natural' to distinguish between them.
atep is tbihat th e oy naturaly It's fairly close, but I judge the
step is to bid 1 Heart, thereby merits of the various
merits of the various
distorting your values, and also ernt o
alternatives as follows:
giving West the chance to come 3 Clubs 10
back with an anticipatory 3 ubs .. 9
sacrifice of I Spade. 3 Diamonds
Better by far to get the hand I Heart ..... 6
off your chest by making some 5 Diamonds. 6
sort of Godfather bid 2 Clubs ..... 5
making North an offer he can't 4NT.........3
refuse. Some partnerships treat Question 2 put you into a
a 3 Diamond bid here as part-score situation. East-West
forcing; for others, a jump in are Game and 90, you haven't
another suit would have to be yet scored. You (South) hold:
made, and clearly a bid of 3 6 2
Clubs fills that bill ( you could A J 3
always correct to Diamonds at A 10 7 5 4
the same level if partner was Q 3 2
carried away by his own Club West opens 1 Spade, North
holding.) soars to 4 Clubs, East bids 4
Parhaps the clumsiest of all Spades. And it's your turn to
approaches is the immediate lid, with maybe the best hand
Blackwood 4NT, asking for at the table.
North's Aces. First, no suit has North's bid is, of course,
been agreed, and secondly, pre-emptive. The most the
you'd be no better off if you very most he could possibly
found that he had one Ace have is something like one of
only. A small slam might still these hands:
be easy, or it might be (a) (b)
impossible. Give North three x
typical holdings: xx Kx


Kxx
AKxx


QJ x
xxx AJ lOxxxx


!III HitI QXxxx
AKJxxxx
But there remains the
NG possibility that he is much
AT 7 & weaker. The important
10:30 question to ask yourself in
situations like this is: Can
East-West make 4 Spades? If
you think they can, a Club
raise is imperative. If you
strongly fancy your chances in
yUr defence, a pass is better, but
not much better. A penalty
double would be futile.
A pass is not much of a
move, tactically, because
declarer, playing in 4 Spades.
would know about the
S Ro a disposition of the red suit Aces
s'Am"*`* from the bidding, and would
"THE UMrr behalf-way home already. The
p.;M,,rcn Mokbi bid of 5 Clubs is better than
.ca" c ,, I" the 6 Clubs which some solvers
AND at 8:50 have suggested; East or West
THE BUS IS COMING might well be tempted to go to
5 Spades over 5 Clubs, and
then you have a distinct

IN THE SUPREME COURT NO 43
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Equity side 1972

NOTICE

The Petition of ALMEDIA McMINNS, ROWENA
ROLLED, ALBERTHA THOMPSONr CLOPHFIELD
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prospect of beating them, but
they'd double 6 Clubs, and
you'd need at least hand (b)
above with North to avoid
disaster.
The awards, therefore:
5 Clubs...... 10
6 Clubs ...... 6
5 Diamonds .. 5
4 NT ........ 2
4 NT ....... 5
Pass .........2
Question 3 was
straightforward enough. The
bidding, at Game-All, was:
W N E S
1 NT dble pass ?
As South, you held:
QJ 654
72
8753
K2
Throughout the Bridge-playing
world, a double of an opening
INT is almost invariably for
penalties, and should be
removed by doubler's partner
only in the face of extremely
unfavourable distribution. That
kind of distribution doesn't
exist here, and a Pass is
mandatory. If East had made
an despairing take-out into 2
Hearts, you could then think
about 2 Spades, but he hadn't
and you shouldn't In practice
it will prove far easier to take 7


tickets in defence than to make
8 tricks in Spades, despite the
handicap that North will
probably lead a Heart, giving
declarer a tempo. But precisely
because of your Spade holding,
you should be glad to defend
against INT. The awards:
Pass... 10 2 Spades... 4
Question 4 put you in the
West seat at Love-All and gave
you this hand-
AK952
Q 103
AQ52
9
With no opposition bidding,
the auction starts like this:
West East
IS 2C
2D 2H
2NT 3H
At this point, you are asked
two questions: what is East's
likely distribution, and what
do you bid now?
The answer to the first
question is that East is or
ought to be 6-5 in Clubs and
Hearts. The classic way of
conveying news of a 6-5
distribution is to bid the
6-carder first, then rebid the
5-carder twice. If East were
merely an old-fashioned player
who 'reversed' to show
strength, he would still bid


By Abigail Van Buren
0o im Ctlraes Trlea-N. Y. News SMi., I.
DEAR ABBY: A woman who was married for 46 years
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I have two years of college credits and want to return
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My mother tells me if I go back to college it will be the
ruination of my marriage. My father feels a woman should
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husband, after which she should stay home and have a
baby every year.
I don't feel that I am in any way jeopardizing my
marriage. In fact, I think I'm "protecting it. After all,
how mar.y husbands who are getting ahead in the world
want to rome home to wives who can't talk about anything
except toilet training and the price of ground chuck?
I know I'm doing the right thing. All I need is some
encouragement from you. BACK TO COLLEGE
DEAR BACK: You have It. Your parents may mean
wen, but they're off the beam.


Clubs on the third round,
rather than Hearts.
So the answer would be: 6
Clubs, 5 Hearts, and 2 other
cards, for which 10 points are
awarded. Lesser awards
according to plausibility.
What to bid now? 4 Hearts is
safe, and places the contract in
the right suit, but will probably
shut partner out. 4 Spades is
the right suit, but will probably
shut partner out. 4 Spades is
unthinkable. 3 No Trumps is
much better, because with you
playing it, the likely Diamond
lead will come into your Ace


Queen tenace, and you
wouldn't mind a Spade lead
too much cith::. But that still
leaves room for more
constructive exploration, and I
rate the answers as follows:
5 Hearts ........ 10
d No Trumps ..... 8
4 Hearts ........ 7
3 No Trumps ..... 5
6 Hearts ........ 3
The questions were not all that
easy, and congratulations to
those many solvers who gained
high marks. The rest of the
answers next week.
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Candidate should have sev,-al years secretarial
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 pest
experience.


EXCITING NEWS FROM

CHARLES OF THE RITZI



,. The entire line of Charles of the Ritz Cosmetics
will now be sold in the Bahamas at a 10% savings
over United States Retail prices.


TO CELEBRATE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT We
have a gift waiting for you, our valued customer.


A beautiful gift box containing four fabulous
products. Veilesscence foundation, Highlight
Dreme, Firmesscence anti-wrinkle lotion and the
all-time favourite, Ritual Eau de Parfum spray.
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR SALE ME S UES ] IELP WANTED IELP MNTED I | M EUIAM


C8336
WHY BUY A HOUSE? Live
aboard a 50 foot vacht. Three
state-rooms, spacious saloon,
dinette, modern galley, shower
and two heads, and all
furnishings. Leaving Island
must sell. Call 3-1424 for
information or see "NANCY
III", Yacht Haven Eastern
dock.
C8303
IN OUT ISLANDS
FURNISHED
On pink sand beach unique 5
room designer's home, guest
cottage, fireplace, 21/z baths,
patio, marvellous view,
swimming, fishing. H.H. Larkin
c/o Box 101, Harbour Island.

C8282
LARGE HILLTOP and
waterfront lots at East End.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
or 2-2680.

C8405
LOT 75' x 100' just off
Carmichael Road, $3,300. Call:
McPherson & Brown Real
Estate 2-2680 2-2681.

C8418
LOT IN HIGH VISTA
ESTATE. Best buy of the year.
Market price $7,200.00. Selling
now for only $5,500.00. Phone
21731 day. 41584 Nite. Ask
for Albert.
C8417
FOR SALE
1. Three-bedroom, one-bath
hilltop residence in Sans
Souci. Living-dining room,
patio, laundry, carport,
etc. Lot: 80' x 110'.
$36,000 furnished.
2. Appealing old
Nassau-style residence
Eastern Road. Three
bedrooms, two baths,
maid's bedroom and bath,
living room, study, porch,
laundry, play area.
Rebuilt in.1965 and in
excellent condition.
$65,000 furnished.
3. Charming two-storey
residence Eastern district.
Two bedrooms, two
bathrooms, living room
with fireplace, dining
room, powder room,
patio, 4 porches (one
enclosed). $52,000
furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE
Real Estate
309 Bay Street,
P.O. Box N8164,
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042
C8427
FOR SALE
APARTMENT BUILDING -
Deluxe 2-storey unit. One
bedroom 1 bath fully furnished
and equipped, laundry and
extra large swimming pool. Out
East, quiet area, Private
balcony. Master TV hook-up.
Garbage disposal. Gross income
$32,000.00. Owner willing
seller for $250,000.00.
DAMIANOS AND
ASSOCIATES. Dial 22033,
22305, Nite 41197.

FOR RENT
C8267
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8265
LARGE 1 BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8406
AIRCONDITIONED furnished
apartment. $150 per month.
Call 2-4645.
C8446
1. OFFICE SPACE: Roberts
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
2. 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.
3. OAKES FIELD AREA: one
bedroom apartments,
unfurnished $140.00 per
month.


4. OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FIELD AREA: 868 sq. ft.
$290.00 per month.
5. APARTMENTS out East
- 1 & 2 bedrooms, fully
furnished, airconditioning,
swimming pool, $255.00 &
$265.00 per month.
6. LOVELY EXECUTIVE 2


bedroom apartment, in the
east, redecorated and
refurbished $375.00 per
month.
All inquiries on the above
should be directed to Bert L.
Roberts Limited telephone
.NS. 2-3177/2-3178


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.
C8286
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8264
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUB (Beach) and NASSAU
HILLCREST TOWERS (Third
Terrace West Centreville) -
Elegant, fully furnished and
equipped 2-bedroom, 2 bath
apartments, airconditioned,
swimming pool. Short or long
term. Phone 2-1841, 2-1842,
7-4116, 2-8224 or'2-8248.
C8346
ONE 2-BEDROOM apartment,
basically furnished Palmdale
- no children or pets. Ring
5-4980 after 6 p.m.
C8392
PRIME OFFICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 32351/4.
C8390
COLONIAL MANOR
APARTMENTS, Collins
Avenue, 2nd Terrace West -
One bedroom furnished
apartments with
airconditioning, swimming
pool, laundry facilities No
children or pets. Telephone
2-8808 between 9 a.m. and 1
p.m.
C8289
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE --
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C8410
BACHELOR ROOM in
respectable home in Palmdale
with private entrance. For
information call 5-1044.
C7039
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.
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.

C8423
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom
furnished apartment,
overlooking sea, East Bay
Street. Rent $275 per month.
Call 21631-2.

C8429
ONE UNFURNISHED 2
bedroom apartment -- Hawkins
Hill $160. Telephone 51835
before 9 a.m. and after 4 p.m.
C8430
2 OFFICES Oakes Field
area, Crawford Street. Second
floor were $250.00 now
$200.00 per month. DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033, 22305.

C8428
OFFICE BUILDING -
PALMDALE AND BRADLEY
- 1400 sq. ft. Ideal for doctor,
lawyer or agency offices. Neat,
clean plus loads of parking.
Only $400.00 per month. See
anytime. DIAL DAMIANOS
22033, Nite 41197.
C8436
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
house Crawford Street.
Telephone 36653.
C4302
NEWLY FURNISHED
apartment with wall to wall
carpeting, airconditioned, T.V.
and laundromat. Located on
Roosevelt Avenue off Mackey
Street. Phone 53301. Live in
luxury.

FOR SALE
C8401
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
including bedroom sets, fridge,
gas stove, washing machine,
airconditioner, furniture TV,
etc., etc. Phone 51372 after 5
p.m.
C8437


Airconditioner -- 10000 BTU
TV antenna and booster
Lamps, end tables, coffee table
Record Player and other
household items. Lot in High
Vista. Phone 24746.
C8422
1968 2-DOOR JAVELIN.
$1,ooo.o00.
1 18-ft. Capri Boat with 40
h.p. outboard Evinrude and
trailer $1,200.00 or nearest
offer.
1 16-MM. Sound Projector.
$400.00.
1 Electric Arc Welder.
$350.00. Phone 32235 or
42421.


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1970 Victor
Automatic
1970 Chevrolet
Impala
1970 Rover 2000
A/C Automatic
1971 Ford Escort
Automatic Beige
4 Dr.
1969 Vauxhall
Viva 4 Dr. Std.
1968 Javelin A/C
1971 Vauxhall
Victor 2000
Automatic Grey
1968 Ford
Escort Std. 2 Dr.
White
1971 Vauxhall Viva
2 Dr. Auto. Green
1971 Mercury
Comet Auto. Green
1970 Mustang
Red. A/C
1969 Dodge Monaco
A/C Vinyl
1963 S/Wagon
Ford Auto


$1500

$2800

$2400


$1895

$825
$1600


$2300

$650

$1895

$2800

$2400

$1795

$450


Trade-Ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8.

MF INIE UPLIES]
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
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to
Friday.

C8372
CHRIS CRAFT Commander,
27' fibreglass. Two Chrysler
185 H.P. Engines. $12,000.
Telephone 7-7832 after 6 p.m.
C8283
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C8369
CAL 25' Ocean Racer family
cruiser. Full headroom,
dinette, enclosed head, 7.5
H.P. Mercury, galley etc.
$6,000. Call 24635 Night
41456.


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C8407
CHILDREN'S NANNY
Must be willing to live in and
have experience in looking
after young children and be
able to drive and swim.
References required.
Write: Adv. No C8407, C/O
The Tribune, P. O. Box N3207,
Nassau.

C8389
LIVE-IN niqht time maid
wanted to take care of 2
children. Phone 2-2026
between 10 a.m. and 12 noon.


Experienced Marine Diesel
Engineer required for 300 ton
landing craft inter
island/United States. Details of
past employment and
references required.
Apply in writing giving age,
experience and qualifications
to Personnel Manager, Ervin
Knowles Construction
Company Limited, P. O. Box
N7772, Nassau.

C8431
BICYCLES, Motor Cycle
mechanic required. Nassau
Bicycle Company Ltd. Phone
28511, P. O. Box N8171,
Nassau.


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C8424


C8344
BAY STREET BUSINESS
LADIES FASHION STORE
FOR PARTICULARS
ON LEASE OR SALE
Tel: 24148/23027 or 22794
Morley & O'Brien
Real Estate Ltd.

PETS FOR SALE
C8383
THOROUGHBRED
LABRADOR puppies, six
weeks old wth shots. Parents
A.K.C. registered. Phone
3-1457.
C8397
ONE FEMALE half boxer
puppy. Had all shots. $50.00.
Call 5-4209 evenings.
C8411
One six week old black male
Labrador puppy.
Thoroughbred. Phone 4-1314.

CARS FOR SALE
C8358
1967 MORRIS 1000 Traveller
- good running condition.
$650 or nearest offer. Call
2-1473 between 9 a.m. 5
p.m. weekdays.
C8402
1970 MORRIS 1100 for sale.
Good condition. Phone 24076,
or 53746
C8386
1971 MORRIS 1000 Traveller,
aqua blue, 1100 miles. $1,400.
Telephone 28894 or 58713.
Owner leaving.
C8337
1969 SKYLARK Buick,
automatic 2 door, V-8,
airconditioned red with
black vinyl top, white interior.
Call 22209 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C8420
VIVA 1971. Immaculate
condition inside and out,
garage maintained, under
11,000 miles, ownei leaving,
$1650 O.N.O. Call Simpson at
24917 work, 31402 home.
C8408
BARGAIN
LATE 1967 Rambler American
440 Automatic,
power-steering. Good
condition new battery, 4
new tyres, $1,200. Call for C.
Russell at 55521 and leave
your address or phone number
to view.
C8434
1968 FIREBIRD power
steering, power brakes tape
deck included. Phone: 28616
day. Night 41298.
C8377
2 YEAR OLD automatic
Cortina. Excellent condition.
Only 12000 miles. $1700.
Owner leaving. Phone 41365.
C8416
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTIONS


C8435
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

FORMULA

AVON INFLATABLES

23 foot flybridge Almand sport
fisherman with a new
Mercruiser 180 h.p.
in/outboard. Many extras
including fishing chairs, rod
holders, radio, stereo and
more. Fast and economical
$5900.00

34 foot Morcan Sloop. A
comfortable and fast boat in
exceptional condition.
Extensive inventory. Asking
$20,000.00.
AT THE DIVE SHOP

Come and see the items on
sale. Save on Masks, Fins, etc.

P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24569


LOST
C8354
3/4 COLLIE. Wearing chain
with licence No. 601. If found
please call 3-1348. Reward
offered.



C8394
IN THE ESTATE of Levi
Ferguson late of the Western
District of the Island of New
Providence, Retired
Shopkeeper, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
all persons having any claims or
demands against the above
Estate are requested to send
the same duly certified and
those indebted thereto to make
payment to the undersigned on
or before the 10th day of
February, A.D. 1973.
AND NOTICE is hereby also
given that at the expiration of
the time above mentioned the
Administratrix will proceed to
distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons
entitled thereto having regard
only to the claims of which he
shall then have had notice.
DAVID C. BETHELL
Chambers
P.O. Box 5873
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorney for Administratrix


SCHOOLS
C8396
BOOK-KEEPING II. Students
wishing to register for Evening
Classes commencing 18th
January are asked to contact
Mr. Smith at 2=8901 or
3-4843.
C8409
GUITAR LESSONS .... taught
by Derek. For information call
5-2354.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C8432
GOODS LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD.
NASSAU BICYCLE
COMPANY LIMITED.

POSITION WANTEDo
C8348
SALESMAN. Hard working
honest and reliable 10 year!
experience seeks position
Phone 51828.
C8442
EXPERIENCED LADY seeks
position as Supervisor, maid or
janitress. Phone 3-5452.

L BUSINESS I
OPPORTUIIES--
C8441
SWISS MANAGEMENT and
Personnel Consultants with
very good contacts to the
industry and trade are ready to
accept orders as a Mail
Forwarding Agency for
formation of companies in
Switzerland and in the
Principality of Liechtenstein,
opening of trading stations in
Switzerland.
Interested parties, write to our
co-worker, Mr. Heinz Kopp,
Adv., C8441, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.


C7044
JOB TITLE: Electrician
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Inspects, repair, install and
wire all electrical apparatus,
devices and circuits, of any
voltage in cement plant or
assigned area.
Interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.

C8343
BRISTOL-MYERS
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
background of experience in
the 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 for 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.
C8403
THE BANK OF NOVA
SCOTIA requires Accountant
for their Main Nassau Branch
Applicants should have at least
12 years banking experience
and preferably be Fellow of
Institute of Canadian Bankers
or similar qualifications.
Bahamians only need apply.
Please apply in person Bank of
Nova Scotia, Rawson Square
and Bay Street, Nassau.
C8363
GARDENER Bahamian, or
Haitian with permit. Call
7-7240.
C8271
REFRI GERATION
MECHANIC. Should have 3 to
5 years experience on domestic
appliances. Salary subject to
negotiations. Phone BESCO
2-1070.
C8355
THE NASSAU
BEACH HOTEL
has vacancies for Senior Night
Auditors 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
accounting department, and be
prepared to teach and instruct
other employees in this field.
Salary will be commensurate
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 stating full
qualifications, experience and
references must be furnished.

C8426
LAND SURVEYOR
Qualified Land Surveyor
required by construction firm.
Must be willing to work
extensively on the Out Islands,
and have basic knowledge
concerning structural layout
for roads and airports. Details
of past employment and
references required.
WELDER
Qualified Welder required with
at least 5 years experience.
Applicant must be willing to
work and live extensively on
the Out Islands. Details of past
employment and references
required.
ENGINEER


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C8433
BAHAMAS HOTEL
TRAINING COUNCIL
The newly established Council,
representative of Government
and Hotel Industry, requires a
Secretary for the Hotel
Training Director soon to be
appointed.
Candidates should be highly
proficient in shorthand and
typing and experienced in
administration and keeping
accounts.
Applications to: Chairman
Bahamas Hotel Training
Council P. O. Box N-7799
Nassau.
C8438
NASSAU PUBLIC
LIBRARY
Qualified librarian required;
F.L.A., A.L.A. or equivalent
degree in Library .Science
essential. Applicants must have
experience in cataloguing and
classification and should be
able to type.
Applications should be
addressed to:-
The Chairman, Board of
Trustees, Nassau Public
Library, P. O. Box N-3210,
Nassau.

C8425
REQUIRED: TENNIS PRO
FOR CAPE ELEUTHERA
Job Title: Tennis Instructor or
Tennis Teach Professional
Education: High School
Technical: None
Experience: (a) Three or more
years as instructor or teaching
pro.
(b) Have a practical knowledge
of equipment purchasing and
sales.
Other requirements:
Knowledge of scheduling of
matches and guest
participation events.

GOLF PROFESSIONAL &
PRO SHOP MANAGER
FOR CAPE ELEUTHERA
Required Qualifications:
1. Preferably husband-wife
team.
2. Membership in good
standing of P.G.A. (Class "A")
Job requirements/Duties:
1. Manage and direct all facets
of the golf course and related
facilities in consort with pro
shop manager.
2. Purchase and sale of all golf
equipment and wearing
apparel.
(Pro shop manager)
3. Make necessary repairs to
equipment.
4. Golf instructions and train
assistant when needed (in all
phases including playing and
instruction).
5. Conduct golf tournaments:
(a) Club Tournaments
.(b) National or International
6. Work with local P.G.A. on a
junior golf development
programme and other
promotional activities.
7. Work in an advisory capacity
with golf course
superintendent. (Greens-
keeper).
Please apply to: G. A. C.
ELEUTHERA, P. O. Box
N7782, Nassau. or Telephone
24596/7 for interview.


In sad but loving memory of
my husband Thomas E. Smith,
who departed this life January
12th 1970.
Whom shall we trust but Thee
O Lord?
Where rest but on Thy faithful
word?
None ever called on Thee in
vain,
Give peace O God, give peace
again
Left to mourn: Wife Queenie
(Smith), two sons, three
daughters, mother, four
brothers, three sisters and a
host of relatives.


S TRADE SERVICES
C8281
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Chuck Hall 5-8213, 2-2300
or 2-1662, WORLD OF
MUSIC, Dewgard Plaza.

C8279

/n4i'6 Cudtoms

Brokerr,,, Ltd.
Madkey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELfVERY
MOVING,STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C8102
AFTER CHRISTMAS MESS?
WE'LL CLEAN IT UP CALL
ABCO TEL:51071-2-3-4.

C8280
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS.
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.


C7044
JOB TITLE: Electrician
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Inspects, repair, install and
wire all electrical apparatus,
devices and circuits, of any
voltage in cement plant or
assigned area.
Interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.


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CLASSIFIED

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HELP WANTED
C7040
GENERAL MANAGER, male,
for two shops in Bazaar that
sell Far East products and
precious jewelry. Must have
thorough knowledge of these
items and be able to purchase
them advantageously. Will also
be responsible for daily
operation of the shops
including banking and books to
trial balance.
Apply in writing to:
CALCUTTA LIMITED, BOX
F-847, Freeport. Bahamas.

C7037
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD., P. O. BOX F-2544 -
Freeport, has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport
for the following positions:
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd., has
an opening available in their
Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for a
Zone superintendent.
Applicant must have
approximately 10 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
Refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
Maintenance Mechanic
(Electrical) must have a
minimum of 5 years experience
in refinery or associated
industrial plants. Experience in
trouble-shooting and familiar
with all phases of electrical
maintenance pertaining to
refinery operations.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour Freeport.

C7041
FRAGRANCE OF THE
BAHAMAS, LTD.,
Manufacturers of ISLAND
PROMISES Perfumes and
Colognes require Comptroller.
Must be efficient in shorthand
and typing, as well as keep
Company's books accurately.
At least four years experience
as remuneration commensurate
with experience.
Applications to P. 0. Box
F-770. Freeport, G.B.I.


TO TAKE STEPS AGAINST
WAVE OF KIDNAPPING
BOGOTA, (AP) The
governmeni- said it would
energetically fight against the
recent wave of kidnapping carried
out by guerrillas. Six persons,
including three rich Industrialists,
are still being held by their guerrilla
captors, the Interior Ministry
reported.
Forty kidnap cases have been
reported between Jan. 4, 1972, and
Jan. S this year. Most of the
kidnapping were carried out by
three Communist oriented guerrilla
groups operating in the country:
The National Army of Liberation
(ELN); the Revolutionary Armed
Forces of Colombia (FARCL) and
the Popular Army of Liberation
(EPL).
About 150,000 dollars is
reported to have been picked up in
ransom money.
The industrialists kidnapped by
guerrillas have disappeared from
their ranch homes in the northern
region of Colombia.
The six persons still in the hands
of kidnappers are Carlos Angel Villa
and his son, Armando Mora de la
Hoz, his son and brother-in-law,
Mariano Ospina Robledo and
Ignacio Rada Gonzalez, a rich
rancher.

COMETS/METEOR SHOWERS
- WHICH CAME FIRST?
LA JOLLA, (AP) Comets are
dying with new ones being created
all the time, a research physicist
reported Monday at the University
of California at San Diego.
Instead of being formed at the
same general time as the rest of the
solar system, Dr. D. Asoka Mendis
said comets are forming and
disintegrating continuously.
The 35-year-old citizen of
Ceylon called it a "celestial version
of the hen-egg riddle we don't
know which came first," the
comets or meteor showers.
"There is now reason to believe
that comets may, at one stage,
dissolve together into an immense
number of small meteors which
become the meteor streams,"
Mendis said in a statement.
"Subsequently, these meteor
streams pick up new materials from
space and possibly regroup to form
a new comet."


FOR SALE

C7038
1959 Chevrolet 2 ton Pick-Up
with utility body $200.00
1965 Volkswagon Pick-Up
$200.00
1961 Singer Station Wagon,
Automatic $400,00
ALL DUTY PAID. Phone
352-6239
C7046
5.5 Meter racing Yacht
3 Suits Sails Good condition
$1200 O.N.O.
Telephone 352-5635 Days
373-1585 Evenings.

S ELP WANTED
C7042
ONE COFFEE MAN able to
make coffee, mix juices and
bring in ice, also keep working
area clean.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.
C7045
HEAVY DUTY diesel and gas
mechanic with a knowledge of
operating and maintaining
diesel generators, hydraulically
driven equipment and systems.
3 years experience.
Apply to Grand Bahama
Engineering, P. O. Box F-2,
Freeport, Phone 352-6239.


HELP WANTED
C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.
C7043
10 WAITERS able to serve
food, Blue Plate French
Service, must be neat in
appearance.
6 BUS BOYS able to set up
table, assist waiters in serving
water, bread and butter, must
be neat in appearance.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.
C7047
SEVEN MEN and seven
women required for poultry
processing plant, no experience
necessary.
Also 2 experienced men for
chicken growing operation.
Must be willing to work.
Bahamians preferred.
Contact Bahamas Poultry Co.,
Ltd., P. O. Box F-137, Phone
352-7897.


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"I can't help but wonder what happened at the office
.,hen he's THAT anxious for a martini."

Rupert and the Beanstalk-50


With muddled thoughts
Rupert returns to the hollow
tree. "Oh dear, that Elf didn't
explain things very clearly,"
he sighs. How can a mist
waken the Imps? Why does
he need the shrinking
mixture?" He pushes the
spout of the bellows between
ALL RIGHTS


gently squeezes the handles
together. Then he stands back
and waits, uncertain as to
what will happen next. "That
Imp I disturbed last time was
angry enough," he murmurs.
" It will be much worse if they
all wake up "
RESERVED


Brother Juniper


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 22.502
23. With: Fr.
1 Append 24. Conundrums
4. Italian 28. Sludge
commune 30. Relative
7. Pearl of the 31. Firewood
Antilles 32. Wander
11. Owning 33. Mode
12. Robot play 36. Herring sauce
13. Grandparental 37. Sphere
14. Japanese sash 38. Servicemen's
.15. Interrogate address
16. Hawaiian 39. Drone
goose 42. European river
17. Cylinder 43. Moist
19. Saying. 44. Period
20. Pretens 45. Nimble


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
46. Hard wood 3, Gods
47. Quick swim 4. Goose
DOWN 5. Zwieback
6. Holder of the
1. Stir covenant
2. Namo 7. Nominee
S 8. Part of the eye
9. Loud noise
S10. Away from
windward
g 18. Auxiliary
19. Succor
20. Remote
21. Twilight
22. Wither
-- M 24. Carpet
25. Careened
S26. Last queen of
Spain
27. Piggery
29. Fawn
32. Sin
S33. Backtalk
34. Snare
35. Four seasons
36. Copies
38. Milkfish
40. Swiss canton
ideature 1-13 41. Chart


ARROLL RIOHTER'I



from the Crmel Ri3Rhtr Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: The early morning
is fine for making serious plans for getting
ahead in the ways that are most vital to your welfare and
happinen. The afternoon and evening are good for taking
chances and it is then best to build up your health and vitality
by taking treatments.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) It is wise to handle important
affairs in the morning since others are not very receptive after
or you meet with many delays. Make your plans early and
follow through cleverly. Relax at home tonight.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Make the right arrangements
so that you can carry through with a special plan you have
successfully. Don't neglect to do your shopping Keep an eye
on your wallet or purse Count your change.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Contact close ties and gain
their cooperation for the plans you have Avoid the social side
for the time being. Concentrate only on the material side of
life today. Think constructively and advance
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you contact an
influential person you know, you get the right slant on how to
become more successful You can get the data you need
confidentially. Use it wisely Relax at home tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) A higher-up can inspire you to
get going on a new course of action that can be successful, so
se this person early. Study cafefully data given you in the
evening. Take action on it tomorrow
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) The morning is best time to
get tasks completed that you started yesterday, since
co-workers are very cooperative Your hunches are helpful
during the day, but don't rely on them tonight Be cheerful.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) The mid-morning is the best
time to discuss with an associate how to improve a mutual
project. Don't wait until the afternoon to do this when the
aspects are not so good You get cooperation early
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Early morning is best time
to make inroads into a big project, otherwise later in the day
you meet only with opposition Then get wardrobe fixed.
Take the health treatments you need for added energy.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Planning social and
other activities early is fine, but then get busy with routines
and get them out of the way Don't criticize others or you get
into trouble. Show more devotion to mate
CARPICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Handle home affairs
early and see that all is improved to everyone's satisfaction.
The afternoon is fine for improving business conditions. Avoid
arguments. Be more cheerful at home. Be wise
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) You have co-workers who
need your cooperation more now and you should be willing to
give it so that the results will be fine. Communications should
be handled without further procrastination
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) During the morning you can
se clearly how to advance in a financial way and should take
the right steps to do so Take the time to pay bills that are
important. Consult with an expert in the afternoon.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those clever young children who, early in life, sees the
importance of getting ahead and will have the practical sense
to carry through with them so that a comfortable middle age
can be attained. Give as fine an education as possible and
equip your progeny properly for whatever is the true forte
here. The philanthropist is in this chart upon reaching old age.
Give good religious training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
S B VITOI MOLLO
S I" mIght have Known it"
lamented the Professor. "Every
card won. he odds "
Roughly ld% against going
down" said the Senior Kibitzer
severely.
Uealer East: Love All
North
A93

QJ5s
Wet East
4 10765 4AQ93
V Q 7 V 10 4
S109 8 3 2 A A J 5
9 7 10 6
4 8 4 2
iV K J 6 6
A K8
West North K ast South
Pass INT
Pass 26 panw :1
A good hand for 8tayman.
West led the 01U. Wmning
with th OQ, tne Professor led a
spade. ni ae lost one spade
oaily, he could afford a safety
play In trumps--the :K, then a
low heart to dummy's .9. Baa.,
however, took his 4AQ ana
exited wdth a cub. Now the
kroieusor coomdnt afford to loze
a trump, so he took a second
round finesse, and lost to West's
"Double dummy ... he
began.
Precisely," said SE. "double-
dummy you would have dropped
Wet's t'/Q and lhat's what you
should have done. West's lead of
the 010 marked East With OAJ
and you saw his 4AQ. Would
he have passed as dealer with
the QQ as well, a 13 point hand?
Hary. Bo your only enhance wa&
a doubleton 1)Q with West, sand
since your luck was n, ll would
have ben welL"


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H words or
S o u r letters
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ou make
Sv r om tie
C V lettershow
here? In
nekilnn a
word. each
L 0 S tr may
he Ised once
only. Each
wor must contain the larle
letter, and there must be at
Ieast one eight-letter wjrd In the
list. No plurals; no foreln words:
no Proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 19 words, good:
24 word, er good; 9a words.
excellent. solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION :
Agent anger ante aret aver
avert AVERTINO earln earn
eatial etna gainer rater
trnet, ate rave sean rear
live given liver granlte rate
rave aven rt Inert Inter
Invert Irate naive native nave
near neat nitre race ranse rate
raune rave raven ravine reavlng
relgaI reMn rein rent retain
retina reting rite rve rive
riven rivet tare tavern tear
tearin terot tern tim tr ne
tinge tlr trtage tAne vane vein
vent vienear vintage
VINTAOIRM Wrate.


Chess


Black to move; what result?
TMis tricky position rIom
Newbold (US.A.) v. Ke.nan
(Ireland) from the SolntOe
unior international Is a test of
analytical sktil.
PAr times: 1 minute, chess
master; 2 mLute., ones expert;
5 minutes, ounlmy player; 10
minutes, olub atandaer; 15
minutes, average; 25 minutes,
novice.
S IM-TION No 9561 -

Chess Solution
White i wn. Black has
several tries, but they all fail.
't) I l ..PxKt 2 PxP wins
easily on material. (b) .
fPP aills to 2 QxR, P-R8=Q
ch; 3 Q B Q; 4 P-B6 and
Black has to give up his bishop
to so White's nm. (c) 1 ...
P- is the best chance but
s cleverly met by 2 Q--Kt71
threatening mate bu Q-Kt8
oh or Q-8 ch), Pxt; 3 P-
5 K-Kt2k P-Kt#=Q; 6 P-
B8Q oh, B-BI; 7 Q xKP ch,
K-RI; S QxB mate.






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ALto use'designated pinch



hitter rule'for next 3 years

CHICAGO (AP)-The American League was given permission to
use the designated pinch hitter rule for the next three years at a
joint meeting of U.S. major league baseball owners Thursday.


The National League, which
will not use the experimental
rule, gave its approval for the
experiment.
The two leagues also
announced the appointment of
a major league committee to
study and review aspects of
inter-league play .
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn,
who presided at the joint
meeting, said he hoped the
committee studying
inter-league play, would have a
report in advance of next
August's major league
meetings.
The designated pinch-hitter
rule will not apply in all-star,
World series or exhibition
games between the two
leagues.
The owners also discussed
player-relations negotiations
which hinge on the basic
agreement between owners and
players.
The designated pinch hitter
rule, which the American
League plans to use on an
experimental basis for the next
three seasons, involves the
naming of a pinch hitter to bat
in place of the pitcher or
subsequent pitchers
throughout the game. The rule
was used in the minor leagues
and also in some American
League request for the use of a



COWDREY SAYS WINDIES
COULD BEAT AUSSIES
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad
(AP)- Former England cricket
captain Colin Cowdrey predicts
West Indies will beat Australia in
the forthcoming Test series.
Cowdrey was commenting
Wednesday night on the growth of
crecket talent and the rise in
enthusiasm for the game in the
West Indles
Cowdrey is leading the Kent
county team, winners of the John
Player League championship in
England last year, on a tour of the
West Indies.
Cowdrey said: "I do not agree
with those who say West Indies
cricket is in danger, there is too
much enthusiasm for the sport by
lovers of the game and wherever I
havi been there has been abundant
youthful talent. I do not envy the
selectors who have to pick
Trinidad's teams."
Of West Indies chances against
Australia Cowdrey said the
Australians have a good batting side.
and their fast bowlers Dennis Lillee
and Bob Massle were penetrative in
England last year. "But I don't
expect them to be as effective on
the slower West Indies pitches and
here is where West Indies with a
well-balanced side could succeed.
"The Australian team lacks a
specialist offspinner in the absence
of Ashley Mallett. In addition they
will be without Paul Sheahan and
with these two key men out I will
stick my neck out and pick
West Indies to win the series."
West Indies selectors meet in
Barbados Feb. 4 to name the team
for the first test at Kingston
beginning Feb. 16.


designated pinch runner was
turned down by the owners
THE .RULE
The explanation of the
designated pinch-hitter baseball
rule adopted by the American
League Thursday:
"A pinch hitter may be
designated to hat for the
starting pitcher and all
subsequent pitchers in any
game without otherwise
affecting the status of the
pitchers in the game. A
designated pinch hitter for the
pitcher must be selected prior
to the game and must be
included in the lineup cards
presented to the
umpire-in-chief.
"A designated pinch hitter
shall not take a position in the
field in any game in which he
appears as a designated pinch
hitter: nor shall he appear as a
pinch runner. His designation
as a pinch hitter for the pitcher
limits him to that task
exclusively.
"It is not mandatory that
club designate a pinch hitter
for the pitcher, but failure to
designate a pinch hitter prior
to the the game precludes the
use of a designated pinch hitter
for that game.
"Pinch hitters for a
designated pinch hitter may be
used. Any substitute pinch
hitter for a designated pinch
hitter himself becomes a
designated pinch hitter. A
replaced designated pinch
hitter shall not re-enter the
game in any capacity.
"Except for designated
pinch hitters, all other pinch
hitters, and those for whom
they hit, will be governed by
the adopted official playing
rules."


THE ELEVEN SENIOR
teams participating in the
Inter-School 1973 Basketball
series will stage eighteen
eight-minute quarters of
basketball tonight at the
Garfunkel Auditorium during
their annual Basketball
Jamboree beginning at 7
o'clock.
Each team will play one
quarter and then retire until
the next call for participation.
The object of the Jamboree
is to give a "preview" of all the
teams in action as they prepare
to contest the coming season
which begins on Monday.
Last night, coaches of
various schools were briefed on
the rules of basketball by Mr.
Vince Ferguson. Following
this, Mr. Gerry Harper, coach
of Aquinas College, with the
use of Aquinas' basketball
team demonstrated drills and
setups.


FOR SALE BY TENDER


1 1966 Lambretta
1 1963 Lambretta

1 1968 Honda


No. 202
No. 137

No. 253


These Motor Scooters can be inspected by contacting
Mr. Nottage, Acting Chief Health Inspector (telephone
24934) who will make arrangement for the scooters to
be seen.
Sealed tenders clearly Marked TENDERS FOR MOTOR
SCOOTERS should be addressed to the Hospital
Administrator P. O. Box N-3729 to arrive not later than
17th january, 1973.
The right is reserved to reject any or all tenders.

J. A. THOMPSON JR.
Hospital Administrator


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THEl FOLLOWING; are the
racing lineups for the fourth race
meeting at Hobby Horse Race track
tomorrow.
IiRST RAC" 4'/ IAFURLONGS.
(lass B. Ist. Half Daily D)ouble.
I. LAI)Y CtHI:STI.R
(DADIY'S TIIIN(;) 115
2. IIAWLI'Y'S DIANA 112
3 JOY RIDER (SPOT) t15s
4. MISS (;LO 115
5. SOUTIIHRN ILAMIE 115
6 DI).)DI 118
7. (;O1)EtN EA(;LE 122
8. UNA COPA 1)D VINO 115
9. MAMA BRITI 115
SUB.
(;OLDI.N MISSILE 112
KATUN(A 115
SECOND RACE 6 FURLONGS.
(lass ( 2nd. Half I)aily double .
I. LEAIPING LE;NA 114
2. SOUL DANGER 118
3. MISS (GTO 118
4. LADY ROL.. 114
5. MISS POWIR 112
6. BINGO BELL 114
7. MRS. PI) 114
8. TROUBLE MAKER 112
9. REI-AL NEWS 112
SUB.
TAM TWIST 118
CIGARILLO 112
THRICE 112
CARMICHAEL QUEI:.N 112
LOLLIPOP 112


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THIRD RACE 4'/ FURLONGS
Class I
I. QUISIERA 112
2. LUCKY GIRL 112
3. CONCIIA BAY 117
4. TROY 118
5. DEAD HEAT 117
6. MISS SHARON 112
7. MISS CHICO 112
8. WINCHESTER
(ROYAL )REAM) I17
9. TORitN() 112
SUB.
GUNSMOKE 118
MY DEAR 112
COUNTY 118
FOURTH RACE 5 FURLONGS.
Class K.
I. AVATHEON 113
2. RING O FIRE 118
3. MY ACCOUNT 113
4. FANCY FIRE 118
5. JUBILS 118
6. SANSOVINA 118
7. MRS CONCH SALAD 118
8. DONNA ALICIA II 113
9. GOLDEN GUINEA 113
SUB.
SPANISH JOHN 1 18
MAGIC WOMAN 113
BANQUERO 118
FIFTH RACE 4/A FURLONGS.
Class N Maiden 2 year olds.
I.JUNE'SJOY 111
2. CASPER'S CHILD 111


The sequence of bring a complete roster and
Irticipation for tonight's include player numbers to
imboree is: facilitate scoring and statistics.
) Aquinas vs Bailey Admission to spectators will
Z) Adderley vs Queen's be 50 cents. Players will be
3) G.H.S. vs S.A.C. admitted free.
t) P.W.H. vs St. Ann's GOOLAGONG EXTENDED
i) Sweeting vs Young AUCKLAND (AP)- French star
i) S.J.C. vs S.A.C. Natalie Fuchs gave former
') Aquinas vs Queen's Wimbledon champion Evonne
)Aqu s vs Q le Goolagong of Australia a good fight
1) Adderley vs Bailey before losing 6-4, 1-6, 6-2, in the
9) G.H.S. vs Young singles quarter-final of the Benson
0) P.W.H. vs Q.C. and Hedges New Zealand Open
11) S.J.C. vs St. Ann's tennis championships here Friday.
12) S g vs B y Top-seeded Miss Goolagong was
12) Sweeting vs Bailey stretched to win the first set 6-4,
13) Aquinas vs Young then Miss Fuchs dashed through the
14) Adderley vs S.A.C. second in a devastating 6-1
15) G.H.S. vs St. Ann's triumph.
16) S vs Q n' But in the third set she sent too
SSC. vs Queens many returns to Miss Goolagong's
17) Sweeting vs S.A.C. bar 'and and these were slammed
Coaches are reminded to bac, court winners


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Make the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.




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3. SWEIETN ESS 11I
4. SHANNEDOAH 116
5. AQUARIUS 116
6. SLING SHOT 118
7. SPANISH DANCER 11I
8.FOUR V'S 11I
9.COMANCHIE 116
SUB.
SENI PAUL 116
FLUSHING 116
BABY TWIST 116
SPANISH CONTESSA 114
SIXTH RACE 5 FURLONGS.
Class L.
1. ALL'S TWIST 113
2. LAST HOPE 118
3. FAST LEG 113
4. SWEET N EASY 113
5. STILETTO 118
6. MR. PD 118
7. REGAL'S MAID:.N 118
8. SWEET MUSIC 118
9. YELLOW ELDER 113
SUB.
DUN TAFFY 113
SUGAR 113
SEVENTH RACE 41/ FURLONGS


1. GEM
2. GONE AWAY
3. SEA FURY
4. SHERRY
5. BARDOO BOY
6. MRS. AD
7. MISS PUMPKIN
8. RED PIGGY BANK
9. BE WONDERFUL
SUB.
VILLAGE QUEEN
MISS CONSTANCE
NEYSA'S JOY
MIGHTY JOE YOUNG
SIR D
EIGHTH RACE 5 FU
Class M.
1. SABRINA
2. THE OUTSIDER
3. DR. SOS
4. ROSE LEAVES
5. SIB
6. THE STRANGER
7. TOY RETURNS
8. SHEILA'S PET
9. MIRACLE
SUB.
PEACEMAKER
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TOP SECRET


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RLONGS.
118
118
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117
114
118
114
118
114
114
114


ENGLAND 242,


Records tumble in All-Africa


CHANDRASEKAR Games despite sweltering heat

TAKES 6 FOR 38


RACE STRAIGHT OUT BEST BUY IN THE KNOW SPORTING SAM
THE PADDOCK _
Spot Golden Label Spot Spot
1 Mama Brite Southern Dancer MissGlo edil
Dedi Mama Brite Mama Brite Mama Brite
Bingo Bell Bingo Bell Bingo Bell Bingo Bell
Trouble Maker Real News Miss Gto Lady Rlle
2. Lady Rolle Lady Rolle Trouble Maker Miss Power
Concha Bay Concha Bay Troy Concha Bay
3. Troy Miss Sharon Royal Dream Troy
Dead Heat Troy Concha Bay Miss Sharon
Avothoen Jubils Sansovina Sansovina
4 Fancy Fire Fancy Fire Avotheon Avotheon
Ring Of Fire Sansovina Ring of Fire Fancy Fire
Sling Shot Casper's Child Sling Shot Sling Shot
Spanish Dancer Sling Shot Casper's Child Four-V-S
Four V's Aquarius Spanish Dancer Spanish Dancer
At Twist Al Twist Regals Maiden Al Twist
Stiletto Regals Maiden Al Twist Regals Maiden
Yellow Elder Stiletto Stiletto Yellow Elder
Gone Away Bardoo Boy Mrs. Ad Gone Away
Mrs. Ad Be Wonderful Be Wonderful Mrs. Ad
Red Piggy Bank Mrs. Ad Red Piggy Bank Bardoo Boy
The Stranger Sabrina Sabrina Rose Leaves
Sib Miracle Rose Leaves Sabrina
SSabrina The Outsider Sib Sib


LAGOS, NIGERIA, Jan. 11 (AP)- Alice Annum of Ghana
broke two of her own African records Thursday to sweep the
finals in the women's 100-metres in 11.72 seconds at the second


ENGLAND having won
the toss for the first time in the
present series lost four wickets
in the pre-lunch session but
went on to make 242 all out
on the first day of the third
test at Madras, thanks mainly
to a fine innings of 97 not out
by Keith Fletcher.
As in the two previous tests
at Delhi and Cacuttta, the
England batsmen were again
plagued by the spin bowling of
Chandrasekar and Bedi.
(handrasekar finishing the day
with the very respectable
analysis of 6-38 off 90 overs to
take his tally of wickets to 24
for the series.
Indian skipper Alid Wadekar
brought on the formidable
duet of Chandrasekar and Bedi
after three overs and by lunch
they had sent back Wood,
Amiss, Knott and Denness who
was bowled by Prasanna's first
delivery.
This brought Keith Fletcher
to the wicket and aided by
tail-enders Arnold and Gifford
who scored 17 and 19
respectively Fletcher steered
the England innings to the
respectable total of 242 all out.
Fietcher failed only by three
runs to complete his second
consecutive hundred having
made a century in the M.C.C.'s
previous game against the
South Zone.
At the close of play India
were four for no loss. Both
teams have now one test each
in the present series.

SNEAD LEADS IN

PHOENIX GOLF OPEN
PHOINIX. AR!Z. (API J.
C. Snead, a 30-year-old nephew
of famed Sam Snead, fashioned
a brilliant eight-under-par 62
Thursday for the first-round
lead in the $150,000 Phoenix
Open Golf tournament.
Snead's score also was the
best in the last 12 months on
the pro tour. He held only a
one-stroke lead as the friendly
Little Arizona Country Club
course yielded scores of par or
better to almost half the field
of 144.
Dale Douglass, who makes a
habit of playing well in
Arizona, toured the 6,216-yard
par 70 layout in 63 with
birdies on the last four holes.
He was alone in second with
a pair of former Oklahoma
state teammates Grier Jones
and Bob Dickson-tied at 64.


All-Africa Games.
She edged fellow Ghaniaian
Rose Asiedua and captured her
country's second gold medal of
the Games.
Miss Annum, 22, who is
called "The fastest woman in
Africa," first set an African
record of 11.92 seconds in
preliminaries Tuesday. She
broke that record Thursday in
the semifinals competition
with a 11.87 and then went on
to set the latest mark and win
the gold medal.
But Ghana's most celebrated
runner fell short of the
Olympic and world women's
record of 11 seconds.
Ghana captured its second
gold of the day when Ohenne
Karikari won the men's
100-metres final in 10.5
seconds.
In other finals Thursday,
Kenya's Fatwell Kimano won
the men's 100-metre hurdles in
14.14 while Abdule Wasugah
of Somalia leaped 6 feet 8%' to
win the men's higp jump.
The two victories gave
Kenya and Somalia their first
gold medals.
Kenya's star long distance
runner, Kip Keino, came in
third in heats for the men's
1,500-metres event with at
time of 3:52.22.
Sweltering heat that caused
athletes to faint on the field


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after their events slowed Keino
down to well below his 1968
Olympic record of 3:34.9.
He broke the African
record of 50.77 seconds he set
three days ago in quarter finals
competition.
They only other runner to
come close to the Ugandan was
Mike Murei of Kenya, who
won the other semifinals heat
in 51.20 seconds.
At the end of four days of
competition, medal standings
at the games were as follows:
Ethiopia's Shiburu Regassa
took first place in the event,
finishing in 3:48.31.
The games' other major
track star, John Akii-Bua of
Uganda, set a new African
record of 50.67 seconds in the
men.s 500-metres hurdles
semifinals.
Medals: Gold Silver Bronze -Total
Egypt 9 8 4 21
Nigeria 3 5 4 12
Ghana 3 1 3 7
Algeria 2 3 2 7
Tunisia I 3 0 4
Senegal I 1 3 5
Kenya 1 1 2 4
Ivory Coast 1 0 3 4
Somalia I 0 0 1
Morocco 1 0 2 3
Ethiopia 1 O 0 I
Cameroon 0 1 1 2
Gambia 0 1 0 1
Congo 0 0 1 1
Zambia 0 0 2 2
Togo 0 O i 1
TOTALS 24 24 28 76


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