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Publication Date: January 13, 1973
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Raatered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX, No. 44


Saturday, January 13, 1973.


Price: 20 Cents


AS PRIME MINISTER MARKS HIS SIXTH ANNIVERSARY IN OFFICE, TROUBLE BREWS AT FREEPORT & AT LOCAL SCHOOLS


Union now at breaking point'






to take strike vote against






King's Inn next Thursday



By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE 53-DAY COOLING-OFF PERIOD in the dispute between the Hotel Union and the King's Inn in Freeport
over pay procedure expires on January 26 and a strike vote has been slated for next Thursday to clear the way for
the workers to "shut down the King's Inn, no ifs, ands or buts," a union spokesman declared late Friday.


Union officials yesterday
wrote Labour Minister Clifford
Darling informing him that the
strike vote is to be taken at the
Jones Town Primary School.
Eight Mile Rock, at 8 p.m.
Thursday.
The decision to take the
strike vote was made Friday
after the hotel management
again allegedly failed to
comply with a Labour Minister
ruling, reaffirmed on Tuesday
this week, thrt hotel
employees were .,e paid
weekly and not twice monthly.
The management, headed by
managing partner Charles
Schlakman, president of the
Freeport Hotel Employers'
Association, began paying
salaries every two weeks when
the hotel re-opened after
extensive repairs and
renovations in mid-November.
The King's Inn had been shut
down after a fire in May last
year caused $2 million worth
of damage.
Contacted by The Tribune
late Friday, Mr. Schlakman had
| "no comment" on tCh unic. 's


allegations or on the workers'
decision to stage a strike vote
next week.
WILDCAT STRIKE
The two-month-old dispute
first came to the public's
attention on December 29,
when about a dozen waiters in
the hotel's main dining room.
angered at the lack of results
from negotiations, staged a
brief wild-cat strike marked by
the over-turning of furniture
and the smashing of crockery.
At the time Mr. Schlakman
claimed that the employees
had been given notice that the
new system of paying was to
be used, and that the union
had agreed to it on a trial basis.
Mr. tHurie Bodie, chairman
of the Bahamas Hotel and
Catering Workers Union's
Freeport branch, categorically
denied that the workers had
ever been consulted, and
declared they would never have
agreed to the new system.
Mr. Bodie subsequently
disclosed that a dispute had
been officially registered with
the 'I hour Ministry o'


December 4.
In his statement announcing
the strike vote yesterday, Mr.
Bodie reiterated the history of
the efforts to solve the dispute.
RULING;
He said that following
meet i ngs between
management, the union and
the Ministry, the Ministry
wrote Mr. Schlakman on
January 2 ruling that maids,
waiters, cashiers, cooks,
busboys and workers in the
engineering and housekeeping
sections he paid weekly.
Mr. Bodie said another
meeting was held at the
Ministry in Nassau on Monday.
Jan 8. Present were Minister of
Labour Clifford Darling,
permanent secretary C. A. P.
Smith, Chief Industrial Officer
Lambert Parker, Tourism
Minister Clement T. Maynard,
union president pavid
union president David Know-
les secretary Bobby Glinton,
organizer Thomas Bastian,
chairman Bodie and secretary
Leo Douglas of the Freeport
branch of the union.


PM slams both sides in King's Inn



incident, deplores effect on tourism

PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING last night deplored the King's Inn incident when
waiters ran amock in the dining room, but said that while their action was "totally uncalled for,"


so was the attitude of managemer
"Both sides in my view
acted somewhat irresponsibly.
Although I deplore what
happened in the dining room I
can understand what led up to
it," he said on "Mary's
Notebook."


The Prime Minister noted
that such episodes could
adversely affect tourism in
Grand Bahama and the whole
Bahamas.
What was probably not
known in the present


controversy, he added, was
that management had
previously paid the workers
weekly and then decided that
it could save money by
computerizing.
Unfortunately, however, this
was done just before
Christmas, and none of the
employees got a cheque before
or after Christmas.
IMPORTANT
"Management has got to
realize that people are
important. This whole industry
pays by the week, and why this
should be changed I don't
know."
He said that the only place
in the Bahamas where tourism
was down was at Grand
Bahama and the reason had to
be found and corrected.
Besides the big drop in
visitors by sea, another factor
was the reduction of air traffic
facilities between Miami and
Freeport.
Miss Kelly wanted to know
if the Bahamas could maintain
its tourist growth with all the
competition there was for the
American dollar.
"I think we still have a
superior product and we are
showing the best percentage
growth rate in this area," Mr.
Pindling replied.
DECREASES
While this growth was not a.
rapid as previously, other areas
were showing decreases.
Two positive developments
were that visitors were staying
longer and spending more.
These two things were very
important factors. One other
advantage, said the Prime
Minister was the Bahamas's
potential for further tourist
development.
"I therefore think we will
continue to show some gain.
Air communications is one of
our problems, and we can only
compete with a national
carrier. We cannot leave it to
someone else to do."
The Prime Minister
anticpiated that a national flag
carrier for the Bahamas should
be operational this year.
ie did not elaborate.
however.


"Our understanding when
we adjourned," said Mr. Bodie
yesterday, "was that the
Ministry ruling of Jan. 2 stands
and is final and our position
was that the people wanted to
be paid and should be paid on
a weekly basis.
"It is my understanding that
the Minister called Mr.
Schlakman in Freeport at 10
am Tuesday (Jan. 9)
instructing him to pay the
workers on Friday. But Mr.
Schlakman has seen fit to
ignore the ruling of the
Minister of the Government.
"It is most surprising to
myself and this union that the
Government has allowed one
man in this country to reject
their ruling on such a major
issue. The Minister may allow
him to go on with that type of
nonsense, but the union
certainly will not allow him to
carry on with his foolishness
here in Freeport.
DISPUTE FILED
"The dispute was first filed
on Dec. 4, 1972. We need 53
days cooling off period. Quite
a few have now expired and
within the next 12 days should
we win the strike vote, which
will give us the right to come
out legally, we will shut down
the King's Inn, no ifs, ands or
buts."
(Mr. Bodie suggests the
cooling-off period expires 12
days from Friday, but in fact a
53-day period from Dec. 4
ends on Jan. 26, 14 days from
yesterday.)
The branch chairman went
on to say:
"We have tried over and over
to state our position and case,
not only to the ministry but to
the management of the hotel.
"We have to think about
human beings those people
who are not _geared in this
society to meet a once or twice
a month budget. We have used
every channel, every avenue to
resolve this dispute. We are
now at the breaking point. We
may be sorry that we have to
do it, but we have to do it, it's
needed."
Less than a year ago wild-cat
strikes hit three major Freeport
hotels, including the King's
Inn, when contract
negotiations between the
Freeport Hotel Employers'
Association and the union
broke down.
Negotiations for a new
contract to replace one which
expired on April 5, 1972 were
begun on March 14.
On April 17 wild-cat strikes
hit the Lucayan Beach Hotel
and Oceanus Hotel, followed
the next day by a work
stoppage at the King's Inn.
A new contract was finally
signed in late Augest.

COLD TO CONTINUE
THE BAHAMAS, caught in
pressure systems from the
north and south, will continue
to experience cool weather and
ocean swells for the next few
days, predicts the
Meteorological Office.
A cold front with general
cloudiness and showers has
moved off the Florida coast
and into the eastern Bahamas
and Central Cuba. The weather
spokesman said the cold front
passed through the Bahamas
early yesterday morning.
However, behind that front,
he said, there is a "tremendous
high pressure system" that
extends over Canada and the
United States and is blowing
cold air down across the
Bahamas.
"This situation will hold for
quite a while because the
pressure system is moving
slowly northeastward


10, The Tribune learned today.
There were reports that
yesterday 35 to 40 fifth form
students "stormed" the office
of headmaster Selwyn Smith to
demand an explanation of the
news that all 19 teachers at the
school were given notice. The
group was reportedly dispersed
by rain.
Contacted by The Tribune,
Mr. Smith denied the students
demanded to see him, saying
that in fact "1 invited the
students in to talk with me."
What was said is not known.
The Tribune received
numerous telephone calls from
anxious parents yesterday and
today, wondering whether the
school was to be shut down.
Mr. Artemus Cox, chairman
of the school board, could not
be contacted for comment.
GIVES NOTICE
On Wednesday Mr. Cox met
with the 19 teachers and told
them that the Bahamas Baptist
Missionary and Educational
Convention, which owns the
school, had decided to exercise
its contractural option to serve
the staff with three month's
notice beginning January 10.
He told the teachers the

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FREEPORT
[ Telephone 352-5906


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 contract, the
provisions of which were not
specified.
Should the teachers fail to
do so during the three months
the board would consider it
conclusive proof that they did
not wish to continue on the
staff.
It was also reported that a
police car was on the school's
Blue Hill Road South campus
Friday.Mr. Smith said he saw
the police car, but could not
explain its presence.
"No one from here called
the police," he said. "I saw the
police car, but I did not think
it had anything to do with the
school, because I didn't think
there was a problem."
The police reportedly
arrived on the scene shortly
before students were released
for the day at 2:45 p.m.
Mr. Smith refused to
comment on the situation at
the school. Any statement
would have to come from Mr.
Cox he said.
It is understood that the
school normally has a teaching
staff of 22, but has been
operating with only 19
teachers some Bahamian.
others expatriate for most of
the current academic year.
There were also
unconfirmed reports that the
headmaster, Mr. Smith, is to
vacate his post at the school.


TeachersUnion rap Ministry



management, disapprove



of school 'shif' system'


PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING interviewed by
Mary Kelly last night marking her sixth annual radio
interview with the Prime Minister and her 11th year on
ZNS Radio.


'Pretty dramatic' internal



changes on Independence

ALTHOUGH there will not be a great deal of obvious change
externally, there will be some "pretty dramatic" internal changes
for the Bahamas on independence, Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling predicted on "Mary's Notebook" last night.


These changes would be
particularly obvious in the
early stages he said, when there
would be a new Governor
General, Chief Justice,
Attorney General and
Commissioner of Police.
There would also be the
fairly obvious changes in the
flag and national anthem, but
the truly lasting and significant
changes "will depend on the
strength, character.
determination and ability for
hard work of the Bahamian
people," the Prime Minister
emphasized.
He made it clear that no
allowance would be made for
the fact that the Bahamas was
small, "so we will have to
conduct ourselves as if we are
as big as anybody else.
SURVIVE WELL
"We will have to work in
whatever capacity is required."
lHe said he believed Bahamians
had the capacity and would
survive and survive well.
In his closing remarks at the
end of the 45-minute
broadcast, Mr. Pindling
referred to a thought expressed
to him by Finance Minister
Carlton Francis.
Mr. Francis, he said, had
stressed the importance of
attitudes in achieving national


goals and maintaining the
thrust.
"The thought 1 would like
to leave is that what we do and
how we do it will be the
hallmark of our success as a
nation. The fact that we are
Bahamian will not be good
enough. We will have to
perform in a way that
Bahamians would be proud
of."
ADDITIONS
The Prime Minister did not
anticipate the need for any
new portfolios with
independence, but said there
would be some additional
subjects placed in existing
portfolios.
Since 1968 areas had been
added and it was not likely
there would be the need to
establish new Ministries as
such.
After independence nearly
all matters presently handled
by Government House would
come within the scope of the
Ministry of External Affairs,
while the lighthouses,
previously handled by the
British Board of Trade, would
become a part of the Port
Development.
National security, the Prime
Minister pointed out, was
already in his portfolio.


Special status for foreign wives


of Bahamians on Independence


NON-BAHAMIAN WIVES married to Bahamian husbands will
not be required to give up their citizenship and will be entitled to
special status under the new nationality laws of the Bahamas,
Prime Minister Lynden Pindling said in a radio interview last
night.
A guest tor the sixth year on "Every consideration will
"Mary's Notebook," the prime have to be given to foreign
Minister was asked by Miss husbands to acquire a status
Kelly to explain the position of s i ilar to that of
both non-Bahamian wives and non-Bahamian wives." The case
non-Bahamian husbands after for Bahamian citizenship, he
independence.
"It is not required," he said, added, would be considered on
"that a non-Bahamian wife give its individua merits, which
up her citizenship. If the would oinlude a stable
non-Bahamian wife of a period of residence."
Bahamian wishes to become emphasizing the sanctity of
naturalized then she would the home and the unity of the
have to surrender her former faIn il y as important
nationality, but if she doesn't considerations, the Prime
wish Bahamian nationality and Minister said consideration was
wishes to hold on to her being given to the status of
nationality she can do so." such men under the nationality
nationality she can do so."
Mr. Pindling explained that l
such women would be entitled deate on the ren ar
to special status under the debate on the Green Paper on
to special status under the independence, some women's
nationality laws with all the independence, some women's
organizations such as the
rights and privileges of a Toastistresses made a point
Bahamian including the right relevant to this as did the
to work but without the rights Mother's Club and the Menta
of citizenship and right to vote. Health Association.
He said that those "We thought the point wel
non-Bahamian wives who had taken and hope to have som
registered as citizens of the reasonable provision in the nev
United Kingdom and Colonies laws," he said.
up to the end of 1972 would
automatically become citizens 3rd. TRAFFIC DEATH
of the Bahamas, while those
who had registered between S I V 1 NTIE EN-y e r-old
January 1973 and July 1973 David Richard Strachan o
would have to apply for Brougham Sreet died at thi
citizenship, but this would be Princess Margaret Hospital at 6
granted almost automatically, p.m. Friday just over 24 hour:
MORE TICKLISH after he was involved in a road
As for the question of accident on John F. Kennedy
non-Bahamian husbands Drive.
married to Bahamian women. Pending a post mortem he is
this was much more ticklish, listed as 1973's second road
the Prime Minister pointed out. traffic fatality for New
Observed Mr. Pindling: "It Providence and the third fo
would appear that some the whole Bahamas.
Bahamian girls marry the Strachan was admitted tc
nnon-Bahamian man on the the hospital Thursday
condition that he come home afternoon with head injuries
with her." and a broken right arm.
In international law, he said. He was a passenger in ca
status follows the male. N5214 which collided with
"However we fully realize this tree on John F. Kennedy Drivi
situation does exist and there is in the vicinity of Lakc
no point burying one's head in (unningham at 5:15 p.m
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By NICKI KELLY
THE BAHAMAS TEACHERS UNION, in a strongly-worded
press statement, said yesterday that they disapproved of a shift
system for students of W. L. Young and C. 1. Gibson Junior High
because they were convinced the necessary space was available
and that the Ministry of Education's Managemen: Section had
not done everything it could to resolve the problem.


Since government's failure
to obtain an $11 million loan
for two new junior high
schools, students allocated to
the schools for the 1972/73
academic year have been
housed in makeshift
accommodations at C. 1.
Gibson, Donald Davis school
and the old campus of


Jordan/Prince William High
School.
The main difficulty,
however, has centred around
the 650 students detailed to W.
L. Young junior high, who
have been housed since
September in the auditoriums
of C. I. Gibson and Donald
Davis.
The arrangement has
produced what one staff
member described earlier this
week as "chaotic conditions."
In a Tribune story Tuesday
it was stated that the Teachers'
Union had objected to the shift
system proposed by some
teachers and approved by
Education Minister Livingston
Coakley.
It was also reported that the
shift scheme was vetoed by the
Cabinet.
Calling a press conference
yesterday afternoon to clarify
its position, the union
executive pointed out that it
had made a number of
suggestions to the Ministry for
resolving the situation, but
these had apparently been
ignored.
CONCERNED
Union president C. N.
Curling told reporters at the
Teachers' College that the
union was concerned over the
existing situation with L. W.
Young and had for some time
been meeting with Ministry
officials on the matter.
He said that last May, when
it became apparent that the
proposed secondary schools
would not be ready for
September 1972, the union
suggested to the Ministry that
an acceptable solution would
be to delay the intake into the
first grade at the Primary
Schools at age 5 until January
1973.
"If this had been done," Mr.
Curling said, "there would have
been no pupil movement at all
in September and therefore,
the pupils would be housed in
the existing secondary schools.
"The union felt that this
suggestion would have given
the Ministry more time to find
suitable accommodation for
the pupils to be transferred to
the new junior high schools,
and that the greatest need was
to suitably cater for the
14-year-olds, since the child
entering the primary school at
age 5 would be able to make
up the lost time more easily
than the 14-year-old who
would have to be taught in
unsettled conditions." Mr.
Curling said the union's
recommendation was rejected
by the Ministry at that time.
When school re-opened in
September, the union was
faced with the situation of the
Junior High School housed in
the two auditoriums, Mr.
Curling said.
VISIT
"Members of the executive
committee visited the school
during the week of October 25
to inspect the conditions at the
school. At the end of the
inspection, the executive team
met with the permanent
secretary and expressed their
displeasure at the conditions
they saw in the auditoriums
and voiced their concern over
the apparent lack of effort by
the Ministry to resolve the
problems."
Mr. Curling said the union
was told at the time that the
Ministry hoped to rent
buildings on Jean Street from
the Baptists Group and that
the school would be housed
there.
A decision was to be made
within the week, but the union


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Students & parents demand


explanation at Baptist school

STUDENTS AND PARENTS of students at Prince Williams
High School are demanding to know whether three months'
notice of dismissal given to all members of the teaching staff on
Wednesday means the school will in fact be closed down on April


was later informed that the
negotiations with the Baptist
Group fell through.
"At that meeting we
suggested to the Ministry that
since some of the Primary
Schools were under-populated,
that it was reasonable to empty
a Primary School and house
the pupils of the L. W.
Young school in the empty
Primary School," Mr. Curling
said.
It was agreed that this
matter would be explored, but
the union was given no
satisfactory reason why this
could not be done, he added.
The union executive
subsequently met on December
31, at the request of the
Minister, to consider the
feasibility of a shift system and
to send in a written report of
the executive's views.
LETTER
The text of the letter
addressed to the Minister on
January 2 was released to the
press by the union.
In it Mr. Curling said that
the union executive was
"unanimous" in its disapproval
of a shift system at this time
which would have C. I. Gibson
meet from 8 a.m. to 12.45 and
L. W. Young from 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday to Friday.
Its reasons were that:
The executive was of the
opinionn that the Ministry's
management section did not do
everything that could have
been done to resolve the
problems.
To institute a shift system
in January would disrupt not
only the programme of one
school, but two A shift system
might be convenient for the
teachers concerned, but would
not be in the best interest of
the students.
The executive envisaged a
serious attendance problem
because of the fact that under
the present system lateness
and absenteeism in the junior
high schools are at a very high
level.
If the shift system was
anticipated the teachers should
have been informed long
before school closed for the
Christmas holidays.
The letter said that although
the union's executive was
prepared to assist the Ministry
in every way possible, it could
not agree to a shift system
until it was absolutely certain
that every avenue possible had
been explored fully in order to
solve the problems existing at
L. W. Young.
As alternative the union
submitted the following
proposals for the Minister's
consideration:
Transfer the children from
Thatchberry Primary to Uriah
McPhee Primary and other
primary schools in the area and
let L. W. Young occupy
Thatchberry Primary.
Let L. W. Young be
absorbed by the existing Junior
lligh Schools even if it meant
erecting a few temporary
classrooms, which the
executive felt would not be
necessary.
Allow the situation to
remain as it is and make certain
that the contractor of the E. P.
Roberts Primary School
completed it in time for the
Easter Term, when L. W.
Young could be housed
temporarily in that building.
In his letter to the Minister
Mr. Curling said the union's
executive was "extremely
disappointed with the lack of
effort made by the Ministry's
management Section
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PEACE TALKS CLIMAXING? WATERGATE TRIAL


KING HASSAN'S WOULD-BE ASSASSINS EXECUTED
RABAT, MOROCCO, JAN. 13 (AP) The eleven Moroccan airmen
convicted of trying to shoot down the private plane of King Hassan II last
August were executed by firing squad at Kenitra prison this morning.
King Hassan, who survived the attempted coup in his badly damaged
plane, rejected the mercy pleas of the I! officers and non-commissioned
officers of the Moroccan air force sentenced to death on Nov. 7.
The executions brought to at least 21 the number of Moroccan military
men executed within two years for attempts to kill the king. Ten officers,
including five generals, were shot by firing squad within three days of
another coup attempt in July, 1971.
AIRLINES CONDUCTING ENGINE INSPECTIONS
NEW YORK (AP) Trans World and Eastern Airlines say they are
conducting engine inspections of all their Lockheed Ten-Eleven Tristar
jumbo jets. The inspection is linked to engine damage suffered earlier this
week by one of T-W-A's planes.
The T-W-A plane lost an engine fan during a flight over Colorado.
Spokesman for both airlines say the inspections have nothing to do
with the crash of an Eastern Tristar near Miami last month. One hundred
persons died in that crash.
SEEKS COMBINED SUPPORT FOR BWIA
PORT OF SPAIN (AP) The Trinidad and Tobago government is
making another attempt to get all territories in the Commonwealth
Caribbean to support British West Indian Airways (BWIA) as the national
carrier of the Caribbean.
Senator Francis Prevalt, the Health and Local Government Minister,
told the Senate Friday that broad government support would make an
immense difference, to bWIA's possibilities for successful operation.
He was asking a bill for the government to guarantee increased loans to
the airline up to 37,500,000 U.S. dollars.
The bill was passed unanimously.
MULTIPLE DEATH FIRES REACHING DANGEROUS LEVEL
BOSTON (AP) -Multiple-death fires in the United States reached
unprecedented levels in the first weekend of the new year, according to the
National lFire Protection Association.
During the three-day period Jan. 5-7 there were 44 deaths in 13 fires
taking two or more lives, the International Fire Safety Organization
reported today. Eighteen victims were children.
"This is a tragic start for 1973 in terms of fire deaths," said NFPA
President Charles S. Morgan. "On an annual basis, multiple-death fires
account for approximately 9 per cent of all life losses in firesIf this pace
should continue, we will be in for a disastrous year."
Bitter cold in large areas of the country during the period may have
been an important factor. "Cold waves almost invariably bring fatal fires
because of overworked, defective and makeshift heating equipment,'," he
said.
The worst disasters- in the three-day period were the destruction of a
resort hotel's employee dormitory Jan. 6 in Kerhonkson, NY, with a loss
of seven lives, and a hotel fire in Rutland, VT., Jan. 7 in which five were
killed.
NIXON ACCEPTS MORE RESIGNATIONS.
WASHINGTON (AP) The White House announced today President
Nixon has accepted the resignations of three more top Pentagon officials.
Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said Nixon expressed regret at the
impending departures of; G. Warren Nutter, Assistant Secretary of Defense
for International Security Affairs; Gardiner L. Tucker, Assistant Secretary
for Systems Analysis, and Robert J. Johnson, Assistant Secretary of the
Army for Research and Development. All three had served in their posts
since 1969.
Nixon also accepted the resignation of Horace G. Torbert Jr. as U.S.
Ambassador to Bulgaria, a position he has held since 1970. Ziegler said
Torbert plans to retire from the Foreign Service;
The White House spokesman also disclosed that chairman Russell E.
Train of the Council on Environmental Quality will remain on the job in
the second term, as will the two other members of the Council, Beatrice E.
Willard and John A. Busterud.


U.N. OBSERVERS CONFIRM SYRIAN COMPLAINTS
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) U.N. observers along the Israel-Syr
ceasefire lines reported testimony today that more than 125 civilians ha
been killed in Israeli air raids on four Syrian villages Monday. They sal
"witnesses" in the villages told them that well over 80 civilians died
Daal, 30 in Tafass, 6 in Mzairib and 9 or more in Naoua.
The observers visited the places Wednesday to investigate a complaint o
the attacks filed by Syria. Their report, issued as a Security Counc
document, said they had confirmed the complaint.
Israel Monday said its planes had attacked five guerrilla and arm
positions in Syria in retaliation for three border incidents in the previol
24 hours. Israel later denied a Syrian charge that 150 Syrians had bee
killed.
SCHLESINGER SUITABLE TO HEAD CIA
WASHINGTON (AP) James R. Schlesinger Friday passed what th
chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee called a "fu
examination" on his nomination'to be Director of the Central Intelligenc
Agency.
Chairman John C. Stennis, D-Miss., said he was impressed with tl
nominee's "firm answers" to the Committee in recognition of an obligation
to make his own ultimate conclusions from intelligence data independent
of anyone in or out of Government.
Stennis said, Schlesinger, now chairman of the Atomic Eneri
Commission, expressed unequivocal willingness to respond when calla
upon by the appropriate committees of Congress.
His response at a closed-door hearing to requests to keep tight rein o
operating funds and intelligence community manpower needs we
"entirely satisfactory,' Stennis said.
Schlesinger, former professor at the University of Virginia and form
Assistant Director of the Federal Budget Bureau for two years, was name
to succeed Richard Helms as CIA Director. Helms is being name
Ambassador to Iran.
Stennis said the Committee will vote at its earliest opportunity, possib
next week on the nominations of Schlesinger, Elliot L. Richardson to I
Secretary of Defense, and William P. Clements Jr., to be Deputy Secreta
of Defense.
PLEADS "NO CONTEST", FINED $2,500
CLEARWATER, FLA. (AP) Orlando businessman Glenn W. Turn
pleaded no contest Friday to five misdemeanor charges involving his da
to be great firm and was fined $2,500. The action headed off a second tri
on more serious charges.
Turner had been charged with 65 counts of violating Florida's security
law by selling unregistered securities and by failing to register as a deal
His October trial on those charges ended with a deadlocked jury and
second trial had been scheduled to start Monday.
Turner told Pinellas County Circuit Judge David Patterson that I
thought the compromise was "the best way out."


ia


Kissinger to fly to



Florida White House


today from Paris

KEY BISCAYNE, FLA., JAN. 13 (AP)-U.S. peace negotiator
Henry A. Kissinger will fly here late tody, the Florida White
House said, for consultatioi with Pesident Nixon that


apparently mark a climax of
Vietnam.
Kissinger and Le Duc Tho
scheduled another session of
their private peace talks today.
Some reports said progress was
being made, but North
Vietnam said President Nixon's
strategy to negotiate from a
position of strength had been
defeated.
President Nixon's top
foreign-policy adviser was to
host the Hanoi Politburo
member at an American-owned
villa at St. Nom la Breteche, a
suburb southwest of Paris.
Tho and Kissinger on Friday
completed 27 hours of talks
over five days, but both sides
continued their news blackout.
AGREEMENT?
An American Broadcasting
Company report from Paris
said a final agreement may
already have been reached. But
it did not cite any evidence to
back the claim. A White House
spokesman refused comment
and South Vietnam labeled the
report purely speculative.
South Vietnamese sources in
Saigon said Hanoi may be
willing to recognize North and
South Vietnam as two separate
states. Hanoi's proviso is that
the Viet Cong be given equal
status.

NIXON REAFFIRMS

U.S. WILL NOT USE

NUCLEAR WEAPONS

IN VIETNAM WAR


ad WASHINGTON (AP)-The
in Nixon administration Friday
reasserted that the United
of States will not use nuclear
cu weapons in the Vietnam War.
White House press secretary
Y Ronald L. Ziegler said William
en P. Clements, Nixon's nominee
for deputy defense secretary,
was giving "hypothetical
he testimony" when he left open
ll the possibility of using nuclear
ceweapons against Vietnam.
he The State and Defense
on Departments also disavowed
nt Clements' views, noting that
y the administration previously
ed ruled out both the use of
nuclear weapons and the
ne reintroduction of American
ground troops in Vietnam.
er Ziegler said the President has
ed repeatedly made clear that
S nuclear weapons were "not one
ly of the contingent elements he
be will use in relation to
ry Vietnam" and that Clements'
testimony should be put in the
context of what the President
r of the United States says."
ai Clements, a Dallas oil man,
later issued a statement
ty through Pentagon spokesman
!r. Jerry W. Friedheim saying he
wanted "to clear up promptly
he any confusion" over his
remarks Thursday before the
Senate Armed Services
Committee.
"I am in complete
agreement with the
government's policy,"
Clements said in recalling the
declaration by Secretary of
State William P. Rogers last
April that "we are not going to
use nuclear weapons in South
Vietnam or North Vietnam."
"That remains our policy,"
said State Department press
officer Charles W. Bray.
At the Pentagon, Friedheim
at first refused to discuss U.S.
policy. But in the midst of his
daily briefing for reporters, he
was handed a note from
Secretary of Defense Melvin R.
Laird recalling that Laird, too,
had previously said nuclear
weapons would not be used in
Southeast Asia.
Friedheim noted Cements
had not yet been confirmed by
the Senate and said he "does
not by his remarks in
confirmation hearings change
U.S. policy or state U.S.
policy."
In his testimony Thursday,
Clements said that while he
realized the "awful difference"
between conventional and
nuclear weapons, he would not
rule out the possibility of an
atomic attack if the peace
negotiations failed.
This stirred reaction in
Europe where the West
German Red Cross appealed to
Chancellor Willy Brandt's
government to help prevent "a
regression into nuclear
warfare" in Indochina.
In Saigon, a leading
newspaper reported that
Clements "clearly told the
committee the inevitable: the
U.S. may use the atomic bomb
if the negotiations break up."


the long search for peace in

The sources say that while
this still is unacceptable to
South Vietnam, there
nonetheless are encouraging
signs of progress at the Paris
peace talks on the question of
sovereignty.
Both sides at the talks kept
to their agreement to maintain
complete secrecy and there was
no official word on their
progress. But interest was
aroused by the stepped-up
activities of the technical
experts, who have been
meeting separately to discuss
details of a possible future
settlement.
PROTOCOLS
The experts were working
on protocols, or annexes to
regulate' operation of an
eventual treaty. Although some
basic principles reportedly
remained in dispute, it was
clear the experts were making
progress on the details with
some disputed passages
apparently left blank.
The experts have been
meeting separately at an
average rate of eight hours a
day. Thursday, for the first
time, they met jointly with the
top negotiators at St. Nom la
Breteche and continued their
work for two more hours after
Kissinger and Tho had ended
their six-hour meeting.
On Friday, the experts again
met for more than eight hours
at St. Nom la Breteche, one of
the longest of the meetings
that have continued almost
nonstop for two weeks.
The main meeting at Gif sur
Yvette was delayed by 15
minutes because the
police-escorted convoys were
slowed down by snow and fog
on their way to the villa. The
house was donated to the
French Communist Party by
the late French cubist painter
Fernand Leger. It has been
used since November for secret
sessions hosted by the North
Vietnamese.
LUNCH TOGETHER
Kissinger and deputy
assistant secretary of state
William Sullivan lunched in the
villa with Tho and his aides,
but neither side would
comment on the atmosphere of
the meeting.
Kissinger and Sullivan could
be seen briefly strolling in the
garden in subfreezing
temperature during a
midafternoon break. Delegates
of the two sides avoided
appearing together in public
view.
Informed sources said there
was still no agreement on the
key issue of the Saigon
government's claim to
sovereign rights over the whole
territory of South Vietnam and
Saigon's demand for
re-establishment of a solid
demilitarized zone on both
sides of the 17th parallel.
The Communist side has,
rejected both demands as
major modifications of the
treaty drafted by Kissinger and
Tho in- October. Hanoi's
negotiators insist that treaty
should be signed without any
fundamental changes.
On the roads leading to the
meeting sites in Gif sur Yvette
and St. Nom la Breteche, walls
and road signs were newly
covered with slogans in red
paint demanding an American
withdrawal from Vietnam.
A communique published in
Paris by the North Vietnamese
delegation said several waves of
B52 bombers attacked villages
in Thanh Hoa province in
North Vietnam's southern
panhandle during the early
hours of Friday.
The communique said 12
civilians were killed and 10
others injured, most of them
old men, women and children.
It claimed that private homes,
schools and hospitals were
destroyed during the "criminal
bombardment."


BELFAST, Jan. 13 (AP)- A
youth believed to be a top
operative of the Irish Republican
Army has escaped Belfast's Crumlin
Road prison, the ministry of home
affairs announced today.
He apparently exchanged places
with another prisoner who was
being released on ball, a spokesman
said.
The IRA identified the escapee
as Daniel Keenan, 17, of
Londonderry. IRA sources said he
was taken quickly to safety across
the border in the Irish Republic.
The escape was the latest in a
arie of breakouts IRA men have
made from the Crumlin Road 1ail, a
fortres-like building surrounded by
armed troops.
Last weekend, 220 suspected


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MOVED INTO Verdict awaited in

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Selection of alternate jurors
began immediately. Six alternates
are to be selected, and U.S. district
court judge Matt Byrne indicated
he would question 18 more
prospective jurors before
challenging begins for alternates.


IRA men were transferred trom
Crumlin Road to the Maze prison at
Lisbum, where the British army has
its Northern Ireland headquarters.
The break by Keenan comes at a
time when the army has been
making significant inroads into IRA
strength with successful arrest
operations.
Arthur Davey, one of the most
wanted men in Northern Ireland,
was seized by soldiers in Belfast
Thursday night. The army believes
Davey commanded the IRA's 1st
Belfast battalion, based in the
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district.
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agest mass miuruer


trial in US history


By JEANNINE YEOMANS
FAIRFIELD, CALIF., JAN. 13 (AP)-Juan Corona's attorney
says he will "begin to worry" about a hung jury if there is no
verdict by tonight in Corona's trial for the slaying of 25 men.


By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP)- The trial
of the Watergate defendants was
moved into a courtroom closed to
press and spectators Friday amid
speculation that all or some of the
six defendants wanted to plead
guilty to breaking into Democratic
headquarters.
In a surprise move, U.S. dist.
judge John J. Sirica ordered the
defendants and their lawyers into a
small courtroom with injunctions
that they not speak with anyone
about the developments.
The Watergate trial was in its
fifth day and testimony had been
taken from only five witnesses.
One of the original seven men
charged with breaking Into the
offices in the Watergate complex
last June 17 to steal documents and
intercept communications pleaded
guilty Thursday to all six counts
against him.
That man, former White House
aide, E. Howard Hunt, told the
judge that the case, as outlined by
the government was correct.
The remaining defendants are G.
Gordon Liddy, 42, also a former
White House aide who wa' fired as
finance counsel for the Committee
for the re-eiaction of the President
after he refused to answer questions
about the alleged bugging; James W.
McCord, Jr., 53, former security
coordinator of the Re-election
Committee; and four men from
Miami: Bernard L. Barker, 55;
Frank Surgis, 37, Eugenio R.
Martinez, 49; and Virgilio R.
Gonzalez, 4S.
Judge Sirica ordered the change
in courtrooms after conferring at
his bench for 30 minutes with the
attorneys.
FOUR CUBANS
The Watergate case began with
the arrest of the four Cubans and
McCord inside the Democratic
headquarters offices at 4:30 a.m.
on June 17.
Earl J. Slbert, the chief
prosecutor, said in his opening
statement that the break-in was the
culmination of a wide
intelligence-gathering operation
ordered by top officials in the
President's Re-election Committee.
Earlier Friday, the trial had been
stopped while the U.S District
Court of Appeals considered
whether intimate conversations
overheard by wiretappers may be
publicly aired in court.
A lawyer also told the court that
a prosecutor, not connected with
the Republican administration
should be handling the case. The
Appeals Court judges told the
attorney in that matter to present
written briefs in the next two
weeks.
The defendants in the Watergate
trial are charged with conspiracy,
burglary and interception of oral
and telephone conversations.
Silbert had said he would
introduce some evidence about the
200 conversations allegedly
overheard by a man hired for the
job.
Charles Morgan Jr., an attorney
for the American Civil Liberties
union, said "gossip is the poetry of
politics" and that revealing the
conversations in court would
violate the very law under which
the cse is being brought.

PENTAGON PAPERS

JURY SELECTED
LOS ANGELES (AP) A jury of
10 women and two men, including
a Vietnam war veteran, was chosen
Friday to judge Daniel Ellsberg and
Anthony Russo in the Pentagon
Papers trial.
It was the second jury to be
selected in the case. The first panel,
sworn last summer, was dismissed
after a four-month trial recess while
appeals were made to higher courts.
Defendants waived their right to
protection against double jeopardy
in order to get a new jury.
Ellsberg, 41, and Russo, 35, both
former researchers on government
projects, are charged with
espionage, conspiracy and theft in
connection with the leak to news
media in 1971 of secret documents
detailing the origins of U.S.
involvement in the Indochina War.
Both have acknowledged their
role in releasing the papers but say
they broke no law.
Defense and prosecution
attorneys quickly used their
peremptory challenges Friday to
remove persons they felt were not
sympathetic to their side. The
defense removed persons who
expressed hawkish views on the
Vietnam War. And, except in one
instance, the government appeared
to be removing those who
expressed views against the war.
The exception came after
government prosecutor David
Nissen exhausted his challenges and
left on the jury a Vietnam War
veteran who said he disapproves of
the war and told the judge, "I pray
for peace."
The veteran had earlier
provided one of the most dramatic
moments in jury selection as he
told of being nearly blown apart
accidentally by a U.S. bomb. He
receives a 40 per cent disability
pension.
The jurors include housewives, a
jazz pianist, a postal clerk and
occupations as varied as a
seamstress and an auto
assemblyman.


courtroom hallway and in the
cafeteria softly talking in
Spanish and waiting.
"We are not afraid for our
brother because we know he is
innocent. Anyway, it's hard to
wait," said brother Felix
Corona, who owns a movie
theatre in Phoenix, Ariz. He
said it was most difficult for
Corona's mother, who came
here from Autlan, Mexico, to
attend court sessions daily,
although she understands no
English.
Meanwhile, the Prosecutor
awaited the jury's decision at a
cluttered Fairfield apartment.
"I'm trying to clean this
place up," said Sutter County
Dist. Atty. G. Dave Teja. "I
can't say that I'm nervous, but
waiting for anything as
significant as a verdict in this
case is extremely difficult."
Judge Richard E. Patton
instructed jurors if necessary to
deliberate daily through the
weekend from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., with a Sunday morning
break for religious services.
Lawyers for both sides
agreed it was not unusual due
to the length of the trial for
jurors to take more than a day
or two to pore over testimony
and evidence. But Hawk said
he would begin to fear a hung
jury if there were no verdict by
Saturday night.
The jury includes only one
minority member, a black man.
The jurors' average age is about
50. Seven are retired
employees of nearby military
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LITANY OF HATE

COVERS DEAD

SNIPER'S APARTMENT
NEW ORLEANS, JAN. 13
(AP)-Slogans forming a virtual
litany of hate covered the walls of
an apartment rented by the sniper
who was killed after six persons
died at a downtown hotel here last
weekend.
"My destiny lies In the bloody
death of all racist pig," said one
slogan sprayed on the wall from a
can of red paint.
"The quest for freedom is death
- then by death I shall escape to
freedom," read another.
"Hate white people, beast of the
earth," was written in another
place. And scribbled in pencil on a
doorframe: "Dare to struggle, dare
to win."
Police confirmed Friday that the
dirty, two-room apartment was
rented by Mark J. Essex, 23, who
was killed by police bullets atop the
downtown Howard Johnson's hotel
after three policemen, a hotel
employee and two hotel guests had
died from a sniper's bullets.
There was no assurance that
Essex painted the slogans, but Mrs.
Morgan said the walls were freshly
painted when he moved in Nov. I
and she and other neighbours said
they never saw anyone else enter
the apartment.
The word "Africa," so
dominating that it was almost
overlooked at first glance, spanned
a 12-foot section of wall in black
letters four feet high.
"Kill pig Nixon and his running
dogs," was on one wall. On a pink
and orange sheet tacked over a
window was, "Black justice,
revolutionary justice. Shoot to
kill."
On another wall was, "Shoot the
devil the way you do a dog pig. Kill
white devil and kill black pig."
In addition to the six white
victims at the hotel, police say a
young black police cadet killed one
week earlier died of a bullet from
the rifle found beside Essex' body
Funeral services for Essex were
scheduled today in his hometown
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Friday, defense attorney
Richard Hawk told a newsman:
"It would say something to me
if they didn't reach a verdict
by Saturday night. I'd begin to
worry someone might at that
point be holding out" for
conviction.
The jury began its
deliberations Thursday,
continued Friday and was
scheduled to resume today in
the largest mass-murder trial in
U.S. history.
Corona, 38, a farm labour
contractor held without bail
for 20 months, waited alone in
a jail cell near the courtroom
where a jury of 10 men and
two women deliberated Friday.
Hawk said Corona, a
Catholic and a Mexican
national, told a friend: "All I
can do now is pray."
Arguing that the state had
not proved Corona guilty
"beyond a reasonable doubt"
during it's 12-week
presentation, Hawk did not call
a single witness or put Corona
on the witness stand.
HACKED CORPSES
The hacked corpses of the
25 drifters and field workers
were unearthed in a peach
orchard on the banks of the
Feather River near Yuba City
in the spring of 1971.
After about the first hour of
deliberation Thursday, Jury
foreman Ernest Phillips, 53,
told the judge the panel
wanted clarification whether
guilt or innocence should be
considered separately or
collectively in the 25 deaths.
Patton repeated his earlier
instructions that each charge
must be considered separately,
and said they must return 25
separate verdicts.
Hawk told a reporter Friday
he worried that Corona might
have suffered a heart attack if
he had to face many days of
cross-examination.
Corona has been held
without bail and suffered two
heart attacks since he was
arrested at home May 26,
1971.
BOTCHED CASE
The defense accused the
state of hopelessly botching its
case and arresting the wrong
man. Hawk said the
complicated circumstantial
evidence against Corona
included many areas of
"reasonable doubt" that
Corona is guilty.
The prosecution admitted
some investigation mistakes,
but hammered at three points:
Stains of various human blood
types on Corona's vehicles and
belongings; two meat receipts
with Corona's name found in
one grave; and a so-called
"death ledger" found in
Corona's home. The state
alleged the green ledger was in
Corona's handwriting and
contained names of seven
victims in a list.
Corona's four little
daughters, his mother Candida,
71, wife Gloria, 36, and other
relatives and friends sat in the


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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
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Saturday, January 13, 1973.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the third article in a series I am 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.)
As I am writing this article in Miami I have no way of checking
some details because I am doing this entirely from memory. 1
have had to omit some details but I am sure of the facts recorded
here. They bum vividly in my memory.

Stalin was soon to find that Hitler was not a man to be trusted.
After Hitler had quickly crushed all of Western Europe he might
have won the world had he pressed on to England but Churchill's
powerful voice checked him on the other side of the English
Channel.
Like Napoleon Bonaparte before him Hitler hesitated on the
brink of world conquest. Churchill had succeeded in making him
believe that Britain's defences were strong. At that time Britain
was so weak she was drilling recruits with wooden rifles.
Because of the work I was doing for Britain in the War
Materials Committee I realized how weak Britain was at that time
because I was asked to collect revolvers and binoculars from
Bahamians who had served as officers in the first world war and
to send them to Britain as quickly as possible. I was able to get a
few revolvers and binoculars. I remember that Mr. Jack Burnside,
Mr. Basil Burnside, Mr. Charles Bethel, the late Mr. George Cole
and the late Mr. Sidney Farrington gave me theirs. Sidney
Farrington had served in the Air Force while the Burnsides were
in a Guards regiment. Both Mr. Bethel and Mr. Cole left Nassau as
Privates with the Gallant Thirty (First Bahamas War Contingent)
but they later got transfers to British infantry regiments and won
their commissions. Mr. Farrington was also a member of the
Gallant Thirty.
**4* * *
But let us get back to our story.
When Stalin felt secure in neutrality .... prowling on the
sidelines like a buzzard waiting to pick up the carcasses of
destroyed nations.... Hitler struck at his Russian friend!
This crazy action immediately brought Russia into the war on
the side of the Allies.
SWere it not for the substantial aid poured into Russia by the
U.S. and Britain, Russia would have been crushed. But she was
able to fight a delaying action with the same scorched earth
tactics that destroyed France's Grand Army early in the last
century and led to the downfall of Napoleon.
Up to that time Russia had a Bureau whose aim was to spread
Communism throughout the world and conquer free nations by
dissension from within ... such as you see happening in America
today.
After the Western Allies had won the war Stalin pretended
;o be grateful for the help they had given Russia. He dissolved the
Bureau that was engaged in spreading the gospel of Communism
and assured his "friends" that, thenceforth, Russia would devote
her energies to internal development.
This move completely fooled President Roosevelt who felt he
could handle this country bumpkin. But wise old Churchill was
not fooled. By that time America was in the driver's seat. Stalin
completely out-foxed Roosevelt at the peace talks .... and when
he had all of Eastern Europe, including a half of Germany, under
his control, he revived the Communist Bureau for Communist
domination of the world. Ever since then the West has been on
the retreat .... compromising where strength was needed. Because
of America's powerful position, she has been able to exercise a
great deal of influence on this unhappy situation.

I will now list briefly some of the events that have taken place
since the second world war.
The West started to lose control of vital oil fields in the
Middle East when Prime Minister Mossadeq struck at the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. in Iran, with American aid, the British were
driven out.
I will skip over a number of events that took place
immediately after this surrender of private property to nationalist
pressure and bring you up to the Suez crisis of November 1956.
Britain and France .... with the aid of Israel .... took the only
measure left to them in dealing with Nasser who had seized the
Canal, which was the legitimate property of France and Britain.
At that time Anthony Eden was Prime Minister of England. He
had succeeded Winston Churchill as the leader of Great Britain.
**********
I will digress for a minute to recall that .... just when Churchill
had won the war for Britain and secured human freedom
throughout the world .... the British voters took the country out
of his hands and handed it over to Clement Attlee, leader of the
Socialist Labour Party.
In the following election several years later Churchill was
returned to power but in the meantime the Labour Party had
knocked all the props from under the British nation .... Mr. Attlee
had surrendered all along the line.
Churchill came back in battling form. He declared that he had
not been elected by the British people "to preside over the
dissolution of the British Empire". When the Labour Government
gave India her independence prematurely Churchill sounded a
ringing warning. Everything he said about India at that time has
come true.
I met the British High Commissioner of Pakistan on a flight
from Cairo to Karachi in 1955. We had a most illuminating
conversation high up in the air. This man had been engaged with a
British team in India who were preparing that nation for
independence. He lamented that it had come ten years too soon
exactly as independence is now coming too soon to the
Bahamas.
But this time Churchill's voice was ineffective. The rot had
gone too deep. Between the Labour Party's Socialist attitudes and
America's immature foreign policy the British Empire was
doomed to dissolution within the short space of a quarter
century, with disastrous results for what is now left of the Free
World.

But to get back to Suez. Just at the point where Nasser could


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Providence and the Out Islands
also took place this week.
Classes will start on Monday,
January 15.


Bishop Eldon launches Anglican



programme of 'Renewal '73'

"I AM ASKING EACH ANGLICAN to renew his commitment to Christ and to make religion a
meaningful force in their lives instead of allowing it to be a mere formality," the Right Rev.
Michael Eldon, Bishop of Nassau and the Bahamas declared yesterday at a press conference.


WILDLIFE FILM
SHOWN TONIGHT
A WILDLIFE film series,
"Kentucky out of doors",
which is a trip through
Kentucky with Steve
Maslowski, will be shown at
the Teachers Training College
Auditonum, Oakes Field, at 8
o'clock tonight.
The programmes are
presented by the National
Audubon Society in
cooperation with the Bahamas
National Trust.
INAGUAN SOCIETY'S
50TH ANNIVERSARY
THE ST. Matthew's Society
for Inaguans will celebrate its
50th anniversary by attending
a service of thanksgiving at
Mission Baptist Church, Hay
Street, at 3.30 p.m. on Sunday
when the Rev. Dr. R. E.
Cooper will preach the sermon.
A reception will be held in
the Aurora Hall, Charlotte
Street, Friday evening from
7:30.
CRUSADE OPENS
TOMORROW NIGHT
AN INDOOR crusade will
open at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at
Grace Temple, Bahama
Avenue, Coconut Grove, when
various youth groups will
participate.
Rev. Eldrige Duncombe will
moderate the crusade, which is
expected to last two weeks.
CHRISTIAN COUNCIL
WEEK OF PRAYER
THE BAHAMAS Christian
Council will hold the following
services during its week of
prayer for Christian unity,
January 18 to 25.
Daily noon day prayer
service for priests and ministers
to be held at St. Agnes'
Church. These services are
open to the public.
A Christian unity service for
all priests and ministers, heads
of church and their
congregations to be held at
Wesley Methodist Church at 8
p.m. Thursday, January 18.
APPOINTED TO
JUDICIAL SERVICE
IN ACCORDANCE with the
provisions of Section 102 of
the Constitution and after
consultation with the Chief
Justice, His Excellency the
Governor has appointed Mr.
Paul Henry Bethel to be a
member of the Judicial and
Legal Service Commission in
place of Mr. Livingstone B.
Johnson.
BMA'S FIRST
CONFERENCE
THE Medical Association of
the Bahamas will hold its first
annual Conference on January
19 and 20 at the Halcyon
Balmoral Beach Hotel.
The conference will start
Friday evening at 8 with a
general meeting. On Saturday,
from 8:45 to 1 p.m. a scientific
session will be held, which is
open to all interested persons.
The final session of the
conference will be the dinner
and ball to be held Saturday,
beginning with cocktails at 7
and dinner at 8 p.m.

G.C.E. EXAMINATION
ENTRIES DEADLINE
ALL ENTRIES stating
subjects to be written in the
London General Certificate of
Education examination to be
held in Nassau during June
should be sent to the Ministry
of Education and Culture,
Shirley Street so as to arrive
not later than January 19, it
was announced by the Ministry
Entry forms and further
particulars may be obtained at
the Ministry of Education and
Culture.

TECHNICAL COLLEGE
CLASSES RESUME
EVENING classes at the C.
R. Walker Technical College
resumed this week.
Registration for all other
evening institutes in New


opportunity for the lapse to
come back." This mission, he
said, will be extended to the
Turks and Caicos Islands,
which is also a part of the
diocese. Bishop Eldon said that
he hopes to visit the Turks and
C'aicos by the end of March or
early April.
"We shall not forget the
young people as they are a vital
section of the church's life and
we want them to feel a part in
the life of the church," Bishop
Eldon said. "We shall be having
a youth mission during the end
of September through the
beginning of October for
young people particularly in
New Providence and Grand
Bahama.
"This will be followed by
more revival services during
Advent and will all end in an
island wide mission in 1974
which will be conducted by the
Right Rev. Cuthbert
Woodruffe, Bishop of the
Windward Islands," he said.
'Renewal '73' will include
the First Annual Choir Festival
of the Diocese, which will take
place during June 24-30. The
Festival will begin with a
festival mass on the evening of
June 24, the second
anniversary of Bishop Eldon's
consecration.
Choirs from all churches,
including those in the Out
Islands, will take part in the


Festival. Encouragement will
be given to the production and
singing of Bahamian hymns.
Bishop I:ldon also asks all
Anglicans to have a period of
nine days prayer immediately
preceding Independence I)ay
for the future well being and
progress of the Bahamas.
"I hope we shall be joined in
this renewal of prayer by all
other Christians in the
Bahamas," Bishop Eldon said.
"The administration of the
diocese, I hope, will also be
renewed in the course of the
year." said the Bishop who
explained that at present a
committee of the diocese and
synod was working on
recommendations for the
annual synod in May
concerning the revitalization of
the diocese and synod.


DIE-HARD observers of the
two-week-old Election Court
proceedings were disappointed
late Friday afternoon when the
hearings, which have continued
behind closed doors for the
past two days, were adjourned
to February 6 with still no
announcement on the results
of a scrutiny of ballots cast in
the September 19 North Long
Island election.
Ever since the public and
press were excluded from the
court at 11 a.m. Thursday to
preserve the secrecy of the
ballot, about two dozen people
have congregated outside the
locked courtroom doors or
outside the main entrance to
the Supreme Court building,
rehashing the events of the
seven days of public hearings
and coming to various
conclusions much faster than
the judges and lawyers involved
in the case have been able to.
Exactly what conclusions
have been reached behind the
closed doors are unknown.
The length of time that the
hearings have been closed to
the public is an indication that
the court may have decided to
test the validity of the five
protest votes cast in the Sept.
19 ballot.
The court went into closed
session on Thursday principally
to scrutinize six votes three
of which lawyers for both sides
finally agreed must be rejected,
two others that were rejected
but allegedly should not have
been, and a sixth which was
counted at the election but
allegedly should nothave been.
During the public hearing
there was no agreement
between the parties on whether
the validity of the five protest
votes, cast on coloured ballot
papers, should be tested.
The presiding judges, Chief
Justice Sir Gordon Bryce and
Mr. Justice James Smith, had
decided that they would make
no ruling on the issue unless
the scrutiny revealed
circumstances in which, under
the Representation of the
People Act, the protest votes
could be considered.
Under the Act, protest votes
must be ignored except in
circumstances in which those
votes, if tested and proved


have been crushed and international law firmly established,
America's Foreign Secretary John Foster Dulles stepped in and
brought such pressure on Britain and France that they withdrew
from the contest. Poor old Israel was left to work out her own
salvation. And Nasser was given possession of the Suez Canal.
This was most unfortunate for Anthony Eden. This man, who
had shown such foresight and courage in the Ethiopian affair, was
crushed by this terrible tolly on the part of America.
The day Foster Dulles stood up in the United Nations with
Russia's representative and condemned British
imperialist-colonialism the stamp of approval was put on
international brigandage. Might .... not right .... became the order
of this period.


I will continue this discussion Monday.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Oh, Vanity of Vanities!
How wayward the decrees of Fate are;
How very weak the wise are,
How very small the very great are!


- THACKERAY.


valid, could affect the outcome
of the election.
The fact that the
closed-door sessions have
already lasted two days and are
expected to continue when the
hearings re-open next month, is
an indication that the scrutiny
may in fact be completed, and
its result, in the view of the
judges, could be affected by
the five protest votes.
The hearings are the result
of an election petition filed by
Mr. Cyril Fountain, the FNM
candidate in the Sept. 19
North End Long Island, Rum
Cay and San Salvador election.
At that election Returning
Officer Livingston Smith found
that Mr. Fountain and PLP
candidate Philip Smith were
tied at 473 votes each. He
therefore declared the election
void and called for a fresh poll
on October 6, from which Mr.
Smith emerged the winner, as
the FNM boycotted the second
poll.
Mr. Fountain has claimed
that the scrutiny would show
that he in fact had a majority
of votes on Sept. 19 and
should have been returned as
the elected representative.
Yesterday's adjournment to
Feb. 6 was forced by the fact
that on Monday the January
Criminal Sessions get underway
in the Supreme Court.


The Bishop has planned this
year as "Renewal '73" and his
press conference was called to
outline his programme for the
year.
Bishop Eldon said all
Anglicans would have an
opportunity to renew their
commitment at the end of a
mission to be held at Christ
Church Cathedral during the
week of January 21 through
26. This mission will be
conducted by the Right Rev.
Richard Martin, suffragan
Bishop of Long Island, New
York, who will arrive in Nassau
on January 19 and remain to
January 27.
"Another important feature
of 'Renewal '73' will be the
searching for the many lost
Anglicans throughout the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas,'' he said.
"Government census has
revealed to us that there are
many more Anglicans than on
our records. We want to find
them and have them reunited."
The Bishop said that they
will conduct an Anglican
Church census throughout the
diocese. This census will take
place during the latter part of
February.
"'We hope to follow up the
census-taking by going into all
the parishes with mission
services during the season of
Lent. This will be an


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at 3 and S p.m., evening 8:30.
1 Suggested for mature
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In the first tale. "F:ro/en
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notice is hereby given that thIe following',
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Traffic Department's pound.
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One 1963 Triumph Numrber N.3980
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I r.inklyn R, thIns,. 1.111
inc to1 thie tilo)r ad l asks,
hi.il .i sl I' m lade it Ia special
Hl,llell Ill olderr lot restore i his
Itllinit' the utstoroer whel he
rites tIrnX l ot o wever. tlil
sRiL \ 'irks it's I a lf.
Il ill r 1ll d( tal c. "n 1 cin
( ,nes to Stj\." (Charlotte
Ktamuplinrg, a. young drugt' .iddict.
ic.Clisi's d girl Iriend ( Brill
I klindt of line murders of her
hrotlihCr and nurse. hut the girl
trienId lIurns oiut to be Miss
R;inII)li'ni's other sell. In the
lt)IIrlh t ale "Mannikins ot
Iorror," tiavoc is wreaked in a
ioiit" lor blidif ) old mien, as
finally he head ot tile place is
fort urged
Starts Wednesday. TiHI
VALACHI PAPERS, matinees
at 2:30 and 4:55. No one
under 17 will be admitted.
Syndicate imembIer Joe
Vaklaclhi. imprisoned )on a dope
hiharge finds himself marked
tor death vy his bo)ss Vieto
( enr()% ese Also in I tI l
(crlnovese still retaiins iuIIilich o
Iis poIwer A federal ;agent
persuades Valachi to talk to a
Senate crime e invest liat llig
otilttee
In I,29, Valachi loins the
(osa Nostra as Ia driver, lie
is(irks for Reina;. who is
murdered by orders roi Rival
J,e l Masseria Masseria is Ihen
killed when Iis lieutenant,
I(eniovese and Luciky I ciano)
make peaie villit ( vista Nostra
chief M Marantano. (;enovese
iand l.uciano take control wlen
Malal/ano gan ets killed.
During the war (;enovese
goes to Italy and upon Ins
return, causes o(ne o(l his
i'ut Ienants toI) e c iastratl ed
upon discovering lie has tbeeni
carrying on an affair with his
liist ress.
In prison, Valachi is saved
from suicide to testily.
The mtivie, brought () toie
screen by ('Colutmbia Piictures,
,;ars Charles Bronsoi, L.ino
Ventura, Joseph Wiseinan,.lill
Ireland, Walter C('hliari, Geraild
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Now showing. HAMMER.
which stars Fred Williamson, a
former football star and now a
highly praised actor who plays
the role of B. J. Hammer, a
young California dock-worker
and former Golden Gloves
champion whi is groomed by a
crime syndicate for a show at
the heavyweight title.
Order to throw the fight in
favour of the syndicate, he
refuses. The movie also stars
Vonetta McGee and William
Smith.


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Beautiful Anita Ekberg stars in
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Now showing through
Tuesday TROUBLE MAN
plus ST. VALENTINE'S DAY
MASSACRE. Sunday showing,
continuous from 4:30 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday matinee
continuous from 2 p.m,
evening 8:30 p.m. no one
under 17 admitted.
John I) 1- Black, executive
pr)oducer-writer of 'IROlUBI .
1MA N. the hard-hitting.
last-paced., action adventure
tillned by 20'th(1 iCentur I o\ is
thle \r iner of the coveted
Mystern Writers of Amlerica
"I dgar" Assward.
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but an all female figure
N I i/ N.ilthanlii 'l
"1 I'I II S 1 A l IhI l.lr. I I l IIve a IhlinIg aihIul beini g late" said the (A;ll.
prctty, hrclthlll ss hl1illmlt poisd ,l fl tl.htll\h nii (ehr edge ol al sofa inl
S'onlit's I':ilin ('Court,.


All there f;iull tof i t iiong distLaliCt
telpht e ll frtiom Iii ll i .l ig'enl. s
t\ s aitec. II lat l. llla iut II hret
l art r r% of 1anI liur I iatI. But at
tlest tr it a here nt enn .1 'phone t all Io
s;\ thait 'Slie would he. so that olli
%was%, ablet to stuff oi'Insell wilth
therry pite ld Itl inl ti- C icltharme
1 t'nall a:is l I mo hiiitln ke ^ Vs
lin i lh It l ikr flik lin .ir .lmMid ,cr
fitll leih.
nrinoinm itul wsto nlug. Si ur,
t "Vllr v c'iit the inlliidit ilrat lid
olbn .lous q tiitsolili. "\l'l) I i ollllihy "
'"M\s paircln s u ist lit a i a hli 's
Il.aili reutdy, thei-y liked it ;ind Mi
tll-y gav it to in '." sit' e \plains.
adding I kno I'll priuluabhl gt
draitid -)ole davy or soieitnhiling ut
il's suirprisiitg iui' ll f tinu I lforgt
Iliiuout il not h'inHg iordiliary "
I ra.ifling, (luitf lelt, I ;is Itiartll
likelL under the circumstanc sii
\%ilh Ithis exquisitely dressed aind
perfuned treiltire tioipleulte ith
pliig ncli ii ne., cle avitng ai bratiss
pink pantsilit. lopping hti e fali a.il
vision was ai liuge-eycd prretty lt'e,
illipl-te witli oiiutragiteous ieelashies
\shith ;iaddedlu t a luit of sutirrii. hair
fiufltd aind eminiiine \with Il ihy
pink stri-uiuuirs oi ribilhonis dauiglitig
down tilu hack.
Miss Hltake. eliosic, prett, I'ice is
fauiiliair iil I .V. iuhere site is
kniimwns ;iu i t coiitdit'nn. lhas starred
in touuntless shows, including I ai ugh
ii and has ,ilso appeared in five
films. In tile latest., just completed,
shet starred alullg S ith Carol
Burnett and Walter Mattheu. A
l illie, it wasc directed luy Marty Rit
(of Ilud and llonmhre) and is. Miss
lake assures ione. "a'imeaningi'ul
.aid mio ing store I late it is her
mosiil iit ipor iint ililiu i ei t ltluh ughli
sin' had also appeared sith Jean
PIiaul Belmindo in '" lihe Agaill I ove
Stior."
What rings hler tio Nassau and
tile Solileusta'
Ilie aiunswer to that (uiestion wast\v
running away and I.eroy Iailey
respectively. "Running awash is
Miss lake's expression for having a
hliliday between films, and I eroy
Bailey. gnet ral imanageofr u Ilie
"Sonesta. is i old friend it uhers. As


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MISS TIMOTHY


BLAKE
BLAKE


for Nassau, slie has Ionly recently
discovered it, hiut lhas been Ihack
several times. IHer chief place (of
ret'ugC for ruinnilg away used Ito
HII\\ii. hut slie noit prefers Nassau
which she finds "molire quaint and
peaceful."
Miss Blake talks very easily with
L a quiet. nimelloi and assured voice
Shiich is capable of nu i ttu mimicry
anid the easy copying uof accents. An
Senthusiastic horse rider and lover of
tlhe surt ald reslih air. slit started
ouuut tier atuill life iat college
stuinuig art. journalism and law.
After three years of that. she
persuaded hier parents to let her go
t tie PIasadena IPlayhouse where
slie spnlt a year if stage training.
After becoming Miss Oregon, sithe
w'ent tuo New- York for a year.
freelancinig for I .V.., and moldelling,
befo r returning toI (alilornia
where sute is inoi\ I;based.
Fino thy has just completed a
record album along w ith hler
occasional comedy partner. I rank
Alesia. something \which site found
a tnew a;nd interesting experience.
Hlul \\'Alat does slite enjoy doing
tluost of all'!
"Acting before a live audience,"
she says immediately. Recently
acting in anl experimental play at
the Round -House is oIs Angeles.
shie described h\ow\ slie has olftn
threatened to leave lilni g for he
stage but lier agents swuoul' hear
uul it.
What then is tier greatest aimt in
lile at I tle i iu enit'u
"l o work ill lurope." slth says.
An admirer oif lurope anrd ofl the
creative young -uropean directors.
she hopes to star eventually in litne
of their films. "Anid if course it
vouid I. n ir Mikellus tNic ork" with
DIavid Lean or Mike Nicholls" sihe


Bahamas lelecommunicatins Corporation

The Balhamlas Telecolmmunications Cororporation is pleased to announce the
activation of the new Technical (Centre at Iight-Milc-Rock Grand Bahama on
Sunday. 21st January, 1973.

The Technical ('Centre will offer all Overseas facilities provided by BaTelCo
in addition to telephone service to Freeport.
The installation of telephones in the Eight-Mile-Rock area will commence
on Monday. 15th January. 1973.


Installation charges are as follows:
Installation fee
Rental (Residence)
Rental (Business)
The above rates are under review and are subject to change in
future.


A Security depositt will be required as follows:
lHome Owners
Tenants
Business


S75.00
5.71
S8.57
the ner



S50.00
100.00
100.00


Overseas facilities with the exception of DI)D (outgoing) will be available
to all Fight-Mile-Rock subscribers without additional deposit.
Subscribers are requested to pay charges at BaTelCo's new, Technical
Centre. Eight-Mile-Rock between the hours of 9.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
No installation will be made until installation fee and deposit are paid.
(Signed) A. E. CURLING
Acting General Manager




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prize for his writing of an
original screenplay for the
television tiovie "Thief."
Starring Robert Iooks,
"Trouble Man" was directed
by Ivan Dixon, former co-star
of t televisions' "llogan's
I heroes" series. Joel I).
Freeinan produced.
In the fil IlHooks acts the
part of a man who settles
trouble or gives it for a price.
Ralph Waiteis partners with
actor Paul Winfield in their
gambling operations.
Wednesday through Friday,
CANDIDATE FOR A
KILLING plus THE BRUTE
COPS, matinees continuous
from 2 p.m., evening 8:30. No
one under 17 admitted.
Fernando Rey and Anita
Ikhberg star in the Initial Filims
presentation (ANI1) I)ATI-
FOR A KILLING which gets
off the road when Nicholas
Warfield is picked up by a
tramp and ends up getting
himself into a brawl at a
roadside bar.
Action packed, the movie
was filed in colour and
released by ((GP.
SAVOY

THEATRE
Sunday through Tuesday,
TODAY WE KILL.
TOMORROW WE DIE, plus
IT'S YOUR THING. Matinees
continuous from 2 p.m.,
evening 8:30. No one under 17
admitted.
Wednesday through Friday,
THE DAY THE HOT LINE
GOT HOT, plus A MAN
CALLED DAGGER. Matinee
continuous from 2:00, evening
8:30, plus late feature Friday
night.
A wheelchair is usually
sy mbolic of soi tmeone
completely defenseless because
of illness or injury, but in
M(;M's spy chiller A MAN
(CA LI: 1) l)AI('R, it
becomes something lethal
Super spy Jan Murray goes
about his nefarious business in
a wheelchair that is almost as
gimmicked with gadgetry as
James Bond's famous car.
For example, Murray's
wheelchair is equipped .with an
election seat. in case he has to
bail out in a hurry. It also has a
button, which when pressed.
sets off a flame thrower.
In one exciting scene.
Murray fires his flame thrower
at the filni's hero. played by
Paul Mantee. misses him and
barhecues a piece of meat
hanging on a butcher's hook!.


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PHOTO EXHIBITS

INTERESTED in
Photography?
The F. O. B. Camera Club
presents an exhibition of
photographs by Roland Rose
and Fred Maura on Monday,
January 15 at the C. R. Walker
Technical College at 8 p.m. No
admission charge.


Earthmovers Limited of Nassau have recently been appointed Perkins
Distributors for the Bahama Islands for both British and United States
Perkins Engines.

The photograph (above) shows the first Perkins 4.108 (M) engine being
prepared for dispatch to a customer, Edwin's Boat Yard in Abaco, the
day following its arrival from. Peterborough, England.

Shown above in the new Distributor's showroom are (left to right):
Chief Mechanic Alan Russell. Sales Manager Harry Adcock, Jim
Whitelock (Perkins General Sales Manager, Eastern Zone), Earthmovers
Service Representative Leroy Carey, John Taverner (Perkins Parts Sales
Manager), Foreman Mechanic George McKinney, and Paul Lightboure,
President of Earthmovers Limited.

Mr. Whitelock and Mr. Taverner were visiting at the time to assist
Earthmovers in establishing their distributor operations.

The complete Perkins line will be on display at the Miami International
Boat Show, Feb. 23rd 28th.


NOTICE

All persons purchasing lots in Sumner's Subdivision from
Benjamin Sumner are hereby requested to make all future
payments direct to James M. Thompson, Frederick Street,
Nassau, Bahamas. Attorney for Benjamin Sumner. Failure
to adhere to this notice would be at the purchaser's risk.
Signed: BENJAMIN SUMNER


PANAM- CHALK

PLAN ATLANTIC


CHARTER SERVICE


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VIRGINIA WHITE

ENGAGED

MRS. ALFREDA White of
East Shirley Street, Nassau,
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Virginia, to Mr.
Erskine L. Hutcheson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hutcheson of Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
Miss White, a trained clinical
nurse at the Rand Memorial
Hospital, Freeport, was
transferred to Freeport from
the Princess Margaret Hospital
in June, 1971.
Mr. Hutcheson is a real
estate consultant in the
Freeport area. He has attended
several schools abroad and
plans to take a course in
theology in the near future.
The engagement party took
place on January 1st at the
home of Pastor 1. L. Francis.
Freeport.
The wedding date will be
announced later.

RN TAKES
SPECIAL COURSE
MRS. HAZEL Coleby,
Registered Nurse, Assistant
Welfare Officer at the Bahamas
Red Cross, left on Saturday for
a four month residential course
in the principles and practice
of social work to be held at the
Social Welfare Training Centre,
U.W.I.
Mrs. Coleby was awarded a
UNICEF scholarship.


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MEMBERS of the Crippled
Children's Committee at one of
their tables on Bay Street this
week at the beginning of their
annual raffle to raise funds for
the Crippled Children's annual
clinic. Being raffled this year
are a Chrysler Sedan car and a
Dodge Station wagon,
donations of Mr. Alexis Nihon.
Photographed above are Mr.
James Campbell, Mrs. Eileen
Bainton, Mrs. Shirley Oakes
Butler, chairman of the
committee, and Miss Vernietta
M ott.


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10 minutes from sunny beach
Apply to
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Park Way, London, N.W.I.,
England."

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0 ROY Chalk International
and Pan American World
Airways have filed a travel
group charter contract with the
United States Civil Aeronautics
Board calling for 75 New
York-London roundtrip flights
between June 15 and
December, 1973.
The contract, valued at
almost $2.4 million, calls for
Pan Am to operate the 75
roundtrips with 179-seat
Boeing 707 jets on Thursdays,
Friday, and Saturdays.
The programme is in line
with Pan Am's "total service"
philosophy designed to meet
the needs of all segments of the
travelling public by offering
both individually ticketed
services on scheduled flights
and charter group movements.
Pan Am, active in the the
charter field for many years,
recently expanded its charter
fleet to eleven 707 aircraft,
but this is its first filing under
the newly-authorized travel
group charter regulations. Pan
Am, along with several other
airlines, is contesting the
legality of travel group charters
in court. However, Pan Am's
intention is to remain fully
competitive and participate in
the development of travel
group charter (TGC) as long as
they are in effect.
CAB regulations require that
individuals make reservations
for TGC flights and pay a 25
percent deposit (that may not
be refundable) at least three
months in advance of the travel
date. There is no requirement
that individuals belong to a
group or club or other type of
organization in order to make
reservations on these flights.
Under terms of the
Chalk-Pan Am contract, the
New York-London roundtrips
will cost from $190 to $267,
including a service charge,
depending on season and
assuming that all 179 seats are
occupied. If a particular flight
is not sold out, price may be


congregation
donations
construction
Nassau. Mr.
preacher
ceremony.
"Golden


made substantial
towards the
of the building in
Paino will be the
at tomorrow's

Gates Assembly


had been for a long time the
dream of the Superintendent
of the Assembly of God, Rev.
Gary Curry," a church release
said.
Rev. Ros Davis, who with
his family recently returned
from studies in the U.S., is
pastor of the church.













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REVIVAL SERVICES

AT FAITH TEMPLE
GEORGIA Revivalist. Rev.
Daniel Hampton (ABOVE) will
conduct Revival Services
beginning Sunday, January 14
at Faith Temple, Palmdale.
Singing and special music
will be part of the features of
the revival which will run
through the week from 7:30
p.m.
Sunday school programmes
during the week will begin at
10 a.m. with the pastor giving
his sermon at 11 a.m.

GOLDEN GATES

ASSEMBLY

DEDICATION
DEDICATION services will
be held at the new Golden
Gates Assembly of God
church, Carmichael Road, at 3
p.m. tomorrow. It will be
attended by ministers and
friends from the Bahamas and
the U.S.
The lion. Cadwell
Armbrister. M.P. Killarney is
expected to attend. lie will
present the Rev. Thomas
Paino, Jr., of Indiana with a
thank you card from the
people of the area and the
Assembly of God.
The Rev. Mr. Paino and his


Register Now!

Classes In:
Painting. Drawing, Woodcuts and Etching.
Ten Week Course for Children and Adults
Monday, January 22nd 6:30 p.m.

For Information Enquire at:


BAHAMAS PRINTMAKING
WOOKSHOP and GALLERY
Bradley Street off Madeira Street, Palmdale
Special Classes for Children every Saturday morning.



TANGANYIKA CONCESSIONS LISTED

NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF ORDINARY STOCK

NOTIC IS III RI BY (,IVI N THAT subjetl to, unfirnutan y the Menber Is tthe
Annual (;.irwfil ec;ing ht be held in Nassau. Bahainas ,on Fai tda. 19th January. 1973. i
Final Dividendl Ni SI at the rJtl ofl p per 50p unl t of Ordinary Stock fr the year
ended lstI July 1'72 will be paid on ur after l1st January. 1973. to StucUkhldenr
eigislred in lte books uof the ( C pa ny n 5th JInuary. 1973 and lI holders foI the line
hcinrg oi Slt.k Wairrf.aran, alto las ndalyted beluw

liolder of StI k WarranlaI t Bareri mutl arrange lor an Authunsed Depgstary to
dlcll (L oupo' N I Iheretrom a t the office of the (c'mpany'i Paying Atents

Tanganyika Htladmng Lmlted.
6. Jahn Sitree
LONDON.W( IN 2ES
l ideposit this(o pon inBruss selsit

SAcie CeGenerale de Banque.
3 Mntagne da Pare.
or
Banque Lambert.
24 Avenue Marnix.
P5 in PARIS at
Banqu e eI'Unian Parnunne.
6 & 8 Boulevard Hausulntam.


Messnr Lazard F ere&& Cia
5 rue Pillet Wll.
r in SWITZERLANO) ai

Swiss Bank (Corporation.
Aeschenvursladt I.
BASLE,
and all ll Swiss Offces.

I 111 I!nXI MHOURG, a

Banquet (;erirale du I ucineulbrg
Boulevard Royal and rue Aldringer.




Banque Lambcrl Luxenmbourg.
11. Boulevard Grande -I)cheuse Chalortute"

United Kingdomln Income Tax at the rale of 38.75'X will be deduceld from payments I
rcespc of (Cup son presented in London unless such Coupons are acicompnied by
Inland Revenue declaratlions

(Coupona prresented for payment in Brussels. Paris. Switzerland or Luxembourg wll
require tI be accomnpanied by dcrlararions i the effect that they have neither been
received Iroum nor are Ihe properly of residents in the United Kingdomi

by Order of the Board
BAIIAMAS IN1 LRNATION L TRUST COMPANY LIMITED
.Sc.rclJrtcl
Iatcd trie 12th day of January, 1973
P 0 B)o\ N. 7768.
NASSAUI ,
Bahllalma


higher but in no case more
than 20 percent above the
minimum price.
The travel group charters in
this case will be sold by the
Chalk organization and retail
travel agents.


ISLAND FLYING SERVICE



CHARTER OPERATIONS


MOVING JANUARY 15TH



Our Out Island CHARTER operations will move on January 15, 1973 from the
present location West of the Nassau International Airport Terminal to our
Customer Service Lounge. This is adjacent to our large hangar building East of
the Airport Terminal.


We will furnish at the new location complete handling facilities, including -




BAHAMAS IMMIGRATION SERVICE

BAHAMAS CUSTOMS FACILITY

FUEL AND RAMP SERVICE



For superior charter arrangements, phone 7-7168.





ISLAND FLYING SERVICE


OUT ISLAND AIRWAYS


"Growing with the Bahamas"


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Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.


REAL ESTATE


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C8427 1
FOR SALE
APARTMENT BUILDING
)eluixe 2 ,storey unit. One
hed oomr I bath fully furnished
rid ,quipped, laundry and
e xtra liie swimming pool Out
i a,It, qui et area, Private
i)jlckony. Master TV hook-up.
larhjige disposal. Gross income
32. 2 u00 ()0 Owner willing
li, r $250,000.00.
DA M I ANOS AND
ASS0C) IATI S. Dial 22033,
22305. Nit, 41197.



IN OUT ISLANDS
FURNISHED
|(i ;)ink .,and bhaI h nit (lqule b
i (' ', dl siinil r 't, huoni-', que'stt
I njt,' fIreplia( . h, bath,,
I),r t r, ,tarvellous view,
r-irnring, fishing. H.H. Larkin
SHox 101 Hlarbonr Islinid.



.8 82
i E. is(, HILLTOP and
a.iteifront lots at Fast Fnd
idiltop starting at ONLY
$1 1,000 Waterfriont starting at
ONL Y $?0,000. Phone 2-3027
1r 2 2680.


8405W
!. 1 75' x 100' lust off
arrnichapl Road, $3,300. Call.
fAcPherson & Brow, Real
!_state 2 2680 2-2681.


(8418
LOT IN HIGH VISTA
f-STATE. Best buy of the year.
market price $7,200.00. Selling
low for only $5,500.00. Phone
.1731 day. 41584 Nite. Ask
)i Albert.


(8417
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
Faster 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


C8448
PRECISION PERFECT
- Elegant in detail. Designed
for gracious living,
entertaining. 3 Bedrooms, 2
baths, plus complete bedroom
and bath as maids quarters.
House has Air, ceiling fans,
carpeted, spacious family room
overlooks spacious screened
patio. Ideal for cocktailing,
high class entertaining. 2-car
garage, landscaped grounds
with fruit trees. Immaculately
kept and rights to SANDY
BEACH.
STOP LOOKING Come see
this one. Has 4 bedrooms 21/2
baths, maids room. Has Air.
Completely furnished with
colour TV, Deepfreeze, washer.
Fruited. Two patios. Was
$65,000.00 come make offer
of $50,000.00. Can offer
terms.
OWNER MUST LEAVE -
wishes to sell. Everything stays.
Including dishwasher, pots,
pans, dishes. Furnished with 3
bedrooms 2 baths. Carpeted,
draped, tool room, car porte.
HIGHLAND PARK AREA,
surprising low cost of
$42,000.00.
LARGE POOL HOUSE -
SKYLINE DRIVE pool plus
two patios, can accommodate
300 guests. Has 4 bedrooms 3
baths. Built-in stereo.
Tastefully furnished.
BUY ME I AM CHEAP.-4
bedroom, half block from
sandy beach. 2 miles from
town. Spacious landscaped
grounds, over half-acre
enclosed grounds. Selling cheap
but needs decorating.
Worthwhile seeing, worthwhile
buying. Only $50,000.00.
HOME PLUS RENTAL
INCOME Spotless 2
bedroom plus one bedroom
apartment, both furnished.
City limits. Live-in one-and
rent the other. Only
$45,000.00. CALL NICK
DAMIANOS, REALTOR
Acton numbers 22033, Nite
41197.


REAL ESTATE


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(-8391
WHY BUY A HOUSE Live
aboard a 50 foot yacht. 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
IIl", Yacht Haven, Eastern
dock.

C8454
FOR SALE
TWO BEDROOMS, TWO
BATHS POOL AND PATIO
Out E-ast With some views, was
$65,000.00 for an
immediate sale. Owner will
take $50,000.00. Some
finaru ing. See by appointment.
DIAL NICK DAMIANOS
22033, nite41197.


CARD OF TANKS


C8413
THE WIFE of the late John
Verence wishes to thank the
many relatives and friends for
the many cards and wreaths
and words of sympathy in her
recent bereavement. Also the
Evangelist Roberts of East
Street Gospel Hall. Special
thanks goes to the Darling
family and McCartney &
Thompson who stood by her in
her dire need.


I FOR RENT
C8267
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.

C8289
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C8265
LARGE I BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.

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.

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.

C8421
ONE TWO BEDROOM,
unfurnished apartment. Hot
and cold water, five minutes
walk from town. Phone 51569.

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.


FOR RENT


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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.

C8436
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
house Crawford Street.
Telephone 36653.

C8429
ONE UNFURNISHED 2
bedroom apartment Hawkins
Hill $160. Telephone 51835
before 9 a.m. and after 4 p.m.

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

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.

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 oer 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 enquiries on the above
should be directed to Bert L.
Roberts Limited telephone
NRS. 2-3177/2-3178

C8406
AIRCONDITIONED furnished
apartment. $150 per month.
Call 2-4635.
C8457
1. LOVE BEACH: Brand
new modern house.
Lovely beach. 4
bedrooms, 41/2 baths.
2. BREEZY HILL:
Comfortable large house.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Extra sleeping porch.
3. VILLAGE RD.: Nicely
furnished large house with
sunroom, patio and office.
3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Ideal
for entertaining.
4. SAN SOUCI: Small house
with nice garden. 3
bedrooms. 1 bath.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
AT BAYCROFT
5. Delightful 2 bedroom
ground floor apartment
fully furnished. New
refrigeratoror and gas
stove. Swimming pool,
parking lot. On exclusive
Montagu Foreshore.
$325.00 per month on
long lease.
H. G. CHRISTIE REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street, P. O. Box
N8164, Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042
C8262
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS Corner
Cordeaux Avenue and
Watlins Street, Englerston,
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS completely
furnished. Aurconditioned


bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 After 6 p.m.
5-3418.
C8263
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 After 6 p.m.
5-3418.
C8270
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone


C8383
THOROUGH BRED
LABRADOR puppies, six
weeks old wvth shots. Parents
A.K.C. registered. Phone
3-1457.

C8397
ONE FEMALE ha;l boxer
puppy. Had all shots. $50.00.
Call 5-4209 evenings.


LOST

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


CARS FOR SALE

C8386
1971 MORRIS 1000 Traveller,
aqua blue, 1100 miles. $1,400.
Telephone 28894 or 58713.
Owner leaving.

C8402
1970 MORRIS 1100 for sale.
Good condition. Phone 24076,
or 53746

C8377
2 YEAR OLD automatic
Cortina. Excellent condition.
Only 12000 miles. $1700.
Owner leaving. Phone 41365.

C8420
VIVA 1971. Immaculate
condition inside and out,
garage maintained, under
11,000 miles, owner leaving,
$1650 O.N.O. Call Simpson at
24917 work, 31402 home.

C8416
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTIONS
1970 Victor
Automatic $1500
1970 Chevrolet
Impala $2800
1970 Rover 2000
A/C Automatic $2400
1971 Ford Escort
Automatic Beige
4 Dr. $1895
1969 Vauxhall
Vlva 4 Dr. Std. $825
1968 Javelin A/C $1600
1971 Vauxhall
Victor 2000
Automatic Grey $2300
1968 Ford
Escort Std. 2 Dr.
White $650
1971 Vauxhall Viva
2 Dr. Auto. Green $1895
1971 Mercury
Comet Auto. Green $2800
1970 Mustang
Red. A/C $2400
1969 Dodge Monaco
A/C Vinyl $1795
1963 S/Wagon
Ford Auto $450
Trade-Ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8.

C8434
1968 FIREBIRD -- power
steering, power brakes tape
deck included. Phone: 28616
day. Night 41298.

C8445
1971-MK III SPITFIRE -
maroon, soft top, radio,
11,500 $1,700 O.N.O.
Phone 34068.

C8458
USA-4. 71 4-dr. Ford LTD
Brougham. Fully loaded
include factory stereo tape
system. Steel Michelin tires.
20,000 miles. $3800. Buyer
must pay duty. Call
Commander Fliegel 21181
(work), 77351 (home)

C8404
1965 AMPI CAR Triumph
Herald 1200 cc Engine. Owner
must leave colony. Phone
2-2441.


FOR SALE

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

C8344
BAY STREET BUSINESS
LADIES FASHION STORE


FOR PARTICULARS
ON LEASE OR SALE
Tel: 24148/23027 or 22794
Morley & O'Brien
Real Estate Ltd.

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.

C8443
'BROTHER' portable electric
sewing machine swing
needle used twice. Phone


C8422
1968 2-DOOR JAVELIN.
$1,000.00.
1 18-ft. Capri Boat with 40
h.p. outboard Evinrude and
trailer $1,200.00 or nearest
offer.
I 16-MM. Sound Projector.
$400.00.
1 Electric Arc Welder.
$350.00. Phone 32235 or
42421.

C8444
HOOVER HAIRDRYER
$10.00
Electric hand mixer $10.00
Bridesmaid's dress size 12,
turquoise empire line. Phone
34068.

C8440
PANASONIC 4 speed stereo
record player, AF/AM/AF
radio and stereo cassette, black
and chrome finish Phone
34068.

MARINE SUPPLIES

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. Luxuriou,
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.


C8384
BAHAMAS


YAGHT SALES


JAMES W. ALBURY
P 0 BrX 569g
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
TFo 28U79
OS1 5i.BUTOR FOR

TROJANYACHT l
A DIVISION OF
HIrrAKER
CO.MN,.,0-



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 N 1658
Telephone 24569


C8360

For boats and engines 7' 70'
and I v' 1SO h.p.
Distirubtors for Hatteras,
BIertram, IFjord. SeaCraft.
Mako., Glastron. Jupiter Dell
Quay Dories and C-Craft
inflatables. Mercury. Volvo
and Seagull engines. Nauta-line
houseboats, Noxfire automatic
... fire detectors/
extinguishers. Other products
easily obtainable.
Sales and service (factory
trained) Gas. rentals and
storage.
Marine Mobile Hoist lifting
up to 56 tons.
WATCH THIS SPACE
FOR NEWS:
DELL QUAY DORIF.S lift
and 13ft models. Self balling,
Unsinkable. cannot capsize.
Ideal for skiing, Fishing, Skin
Diving and perfect for towing
as tenders.
Powerful, safe sea boats.
For the best the best prices.
See or call BAYSHORE
MARINA, Fsat Bay Street.
Tel'2U32 21233.


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


C8455
THE DREYFUS OFFSHORE
TRUST N. V. PARTICIPAT-
ING DEBENTURES DUE
1974 WILL PAY INTEREST
AT 6-9/16% FOR PERIOD
JANUARY 15. 1973 TO JULY
14, 1973.


C8453
THIS IS TO INFORM the
public that Arthur George
Dorsett is no longer employed
by British American Insurance
Co. Ltd., and he has no
authority to collect or do
business of any nature for
British American Insurance Co.
Ltd.

SCHOOLS

C8335
ENROLL FOR EASTER
TERM
Typing
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Commercial Mathematics
Office Practice
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier (NCR
4200)
Dictaphone-Typist
Filing
Telex Operator
B.J.C. and G.C.E. Classes:-
English
Mathematics
Literature
History
Spanish
NASSAU ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS
Shirley Street opp. Collins
Avenue Phone 24993

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.


I POSITION WANTED

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.


WANTED

C8439
TEACHER FOR simple
accordian lessons for young
boy. Telephone 5-3463 after 6
p.m.


C8277

TRAVELLING ?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.


APPROVED PASSENGER
AGENTS

C8276

MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893. Phone:
24511.



APPROV3DPASANOBR AQUNTS


2-2555. 34068.


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.

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. 0. Box
N7782, Nassau. or Telephone
24596/7 for interview.

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. 0. Box N-7799
Nassau.


C8450
PUBLIC
MANAGER


RELATIONS
required for


expanding business. Minimum
of five years business
experience in merchandising,
promotion, supervision and
training. Write to P. 0. Box N
1237, Nassau.


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
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. 0. Box
N7772, Nassau.

C7044
JOB TITLE: Electrician
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
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. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.

C8363
GARDENER Bahamian, or
Haitian with permit. Call
7-7240.

C7050
ADVERTISER has wide
ranging experience here and
abroad in securities investment
and allied fields, administrative
ability and entrepreneurial
traits, seeks a senior position.
Write in contoaence to: Adv.
No. C-7050, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau,
Bahamas.

C8451
BANK OF MONTREAL
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
Limited requires an
Accounting Manager, who
will be responsible for collation
of all statistical data required
for management information
and Central Bank reporting
requirements, as well as the
uniformity and optimum
applicability of accounting
procedures throughout the
Bank's system.
Applicants must have at least 8
years experience to include
domestic Branch Banking and
International Banking
accounting. Apply in writing to
Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
N7118, Nassau.

C8452
N. M. ROTHSCHILD AND
SONS LIMITED require the
services of a Solicitor or
Chartered Accountant for the
Trust and Tax Department
with considerable
opportunities for advancement.
The individual we seek must be
personable, knowledgeable and
able to deal with the personal
affairs of wealthy clients. A
substantial salary and fringe
benefits are available to the
right man. Please write to: The
Staff Manager, N. M.
Rothschild and Sons Limited,
P. O. Box 185, New Court, St.
Swithin's Lane, London, EC4P
4DU.

C8456
REQUIRED Gardener/
handyman to maintain garden
and some household duties.
Male, preferably aged 30/40,
but this is not a restrictive
criterion. Must have knowledge
of maintenance of trees and
shrubs. It is essential that
candidate be prepared to live
in. Bahamians only need apply.
Please write to The Royal Bank
of Canada International
Limited, P. O. Box N 1445,
Nassau, Bahamas.


C8388


CAREER OPPORTUNITY


If you are an energetic and ambitious male or
female with drive and initiative you are eligible
for making $15,000 $25,000 annually. We
will show you how!

Call V. Mott at 28967-8-9.


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Saturday, January 13, 1973.


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CLASSIFIED ADS
vo1


LELP WANTED

C8447
BURROUGHS BAHAMAS
LIMITED Is seeking a General
Manager to control the
company operations within the
Bahamas. The applicant should
have received at least five
years' working experience
within the Burroughs
Corporation of Detroit and will
be conversant with company
policy in respect of:-
1. Marketing
2. Field Engineering
3. Forecasting
4. Budgeting and Accounting
5. Pricing
6. Office Administration
7. Training
8. Recruitment
Salary will be commensurate
with experience and
background. Interested
applicants of Bahamian status
only please reply in confidence
to:
"General Manager"
P. 0. Box ES 6266,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C8449
OPENING for Caulker of hulls
and decks of wooden vessels.
Must have at least five years
experience as ships'
caulker. Apply in person to Mr.
Gordon Pinder, Nassau
Shipyards, East Bay Street.


PUBLIC AUCTION
C8356 NOTICE
SHEPHERD L. KEY will sell
by Public Auction on Saturday
the 20th day of January, A.D.
1973 at Twelve O'clock noon
at Auction Galleries Limited,
6th Terrace, Centreville, the
following Drooertv:
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot
Number Sixty-two (62) of
Claridgedale Gardens
Sub-division situate in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence and
bounded on the NORTH by
Lot Number Sixty-three
(63) of Claridgedale Gardens
and running thereon Forty
(40) feet on the EAST by
Raymond Road on the
SOUTH by Karl Drive and
on the WEST by Lot
Number Sixty-one (61) of
Claridgedale Gardens and
running thereon Eighty (80)
feet which said piece parcel
or lot of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or
plan Numbered 271 N.P. in
the Crown Lands Office of
the City of Nassau on the
Island of New Providence
aforesaid.
The above property known as
the property of Jenniemae
Porter is being sold under an
Indenture of Mortgage dated
the 7th November, 1971.
The sale is subject to a Reserve
Price and to a right to the
Auctioneer or any one on his
behalf to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on delivery of title.
Dated this 3rd day of January,
A.D. 1973
SHEPHERD L. KEY
Public Auctioneer.



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TRADE SERVICES
C8279

tLro era. etd.


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

C8275
TROUBLES ......small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. O. Box N56,
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.


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.


TRADE SERVICES

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

C8353
THE ARTS AND
HANDICRAFTS CENTRE and
Audio Visual Display rooms at
the Sponger's Cottage schedule
to open on January the first-
will now open on February the
1st JS P.

C8102
AFTER CHRISTMAS MESS?
WE'LL CLEAN IT UP CALL
ABCO TEL:51071-2-34.


E BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
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.


I ELP WANTED
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.
C7048
L IN E S M A N /
GROUNDSMAN/CLEANER -
Must clean and weed outdoor
areas and indoor including
washrooms and toilets. Handles
ships lines in docking and
casting off. Must be available
for night calls.
LEGAL SECRETARIES -
Experience in legal secretarial
work required. Excellent
secretarial skills and knowledge
of legal terminology and
documents needed.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
- To senior officers.
Significant prior experience as
secretary required. Must be fast
and accurate at shorthand,
typing, filing; able to handle
visitors and telephone calls.
TALLYMAN Knowledge
and experience of
checking/Tallying cargo
Discharged/Loaded from/in
ships and in General Cargo
Vans. Also checking cargo in
Warehouses and Delivery of
Goods to Consignees.
METER READER
SUPERINTENDENT Must
be thoroughly familiar with
Freeport area. Must be able to
organize meter reading routes
and control and check on work
of meter readers. Should be
able to prepare data from
meter books for computer
input and also to assist with
accounts receivable and
collection problems.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
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.


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.


FOI SALE
C7038
1959 Chevrolet 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.

HELP WANTED
C7044
JOB TITLE: Electrician
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
DUTI ES/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. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
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. 0. Box F-137, Phone
352-7897.


HELP WANTED
C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeoort 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.
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.

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. 0. Box F-2,
Freeport, Phone 352-6239.


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"It's that nice salesman who always asks me, 'What's
a pretty girl like you doing in a dump like this?' "

Rupert and the Beanstalk-51


Rupert catches his breath The Imps push their way
as muffled voices come from through the opening and
deep down in the hollow tree. suddenly one of them gives a
Soon the wooden bars are scream of fury "It's a trick!
pulled aside, the leaves fall It's still autumn!" Arnother
away, and tiny night-capped points accusingly at Rupert.
heads appear. "Come on, He's the one to blame for
we're late I t must be spring- the! he cries. "lie came
time it there's a March Mist! before and made me get up'
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


'THE ON PLACE w EVER ISTO i HE VTT ....
TlrAk OW e a loows!"

Brother Juniper


"As a matter of fact, religion Isn't our bag; we're
environmentalists"


h7Le Com a --


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~n , .r Synd.r,r inc. 1973 Wo~r tld ns **ervd


Bridge
yr VICTOR MOLLO
Santa Olaus brings North-
South an existing Christmas
present. Rising to the ozoasion,
they quickly bid a grand slam in
no trumps. Hw they get there
we don't know. Maybe Mast-West
eacrifMed in #7 against 07. The
point of the hand, however. Is in
the ,play.
West leads a spade. Before
reading the text below, take
Suth'a hand and plan the play.
North
dll --.
QAKQ
S AJ 10 9 8 7 33
West 1a1
*4 432 Q Q J 10 9 8 7
V 564 3'3 V09 87
06432 0--
KQJth
*A 6
v K Q J Q
6
SJ 10 9 8 7 6
CONT1RArW : 7NT: LEAD 46.
Normally, of course, we should
be holding West's cards. But this
Is thie Onristmsas season. Even
so, we can only eese twtve tricks
-our heart, six diamonds and
the two black aces. Worse still,
both the hearts and diamonds
are blocked in dummy. What can
we do about It and where do we
ind the thirteenth trick?
Tlhe solution lies in discardina
the VA at trick one, taken by
tne 4A. thtei ocst a trick. but
now the OIAKQ ean be thrown
on the MKQJ and tne diamonds
ar rnMtckedw*A Southi reuls them


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CROSSWORD oeA e BA .lnhm : 7 *14
|A wnsa can poor i-t tuow
SDU E RUR AVAL on that lanstg mond? Whether
PI Z I -|A 3SK It'a his laft hean or hir Wst
PUZZLE Suth wAlK pla the f
r A Ko tDAat suit. fomrft Bart to
ACROSS I 1 surrender.
26. Dusky AVEC RI OL|ES
I. Cornwall mine 28. Unpaid I I u AU|NT
4. Cake 29. Grief L R
ingredient 30. Understanding rYL AL
7. Monad 31. Theatrical A A N
1. French assent award AP 0 O ma
2. Onassis 32. Expire AAR W T E A letters
3. Alone 34. French friend P A H o more e
4. Foils 36. Page SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE froem the
6. Varsity numbering DOWN A tter?
members 41. Adjoin 46. Indisposed makI II a
7. Controversy 43. Laughable 1. Autumn pear word, ae *,
19. Medieval 44. Astronaut 47. Load 2. Jeep e useda ece
money Charles 48. Color 3. Celebrity word must contal he ie
!0. Desolate 45. Pronominal 49. Baseball's 4. Anxious letter and there must he at


!3. Church recess


adjective


Maglie 5. Hand bomb
6. Essence
S o 7. Broad scarf
8. Hurricane
-I 9. Bravo
S10. Cut hay
16 15. Siouan
S 18. Doctrine
21. Seek office
Sl 2 22. Answer book
23. Boring tool
8 24. Blue grass
25. Hara-kari
3t 27. Senselessness
30. Large barrel
31. Widow monkey
33. Cloys
F 3 99 o 35. Billiard shot
37.Crocus
38. Nile bird
i6 39. Earthen pot
40. Dickens
S character
S 41. Commotion
nature 1.15 42. Chignon


No. 7 S . by TIM MeKAY
Across
1. Palirroand hawker. (9)
Drunken revel. 14)
7. 8nre. (4)
&. A eaa (cana.). <
o1. SitFatiUons. (5)
1M. UnlueCky numbers? (9)


Chess
By LBONARD GARDEN













Black to move; who hae the
better game Y Tnis positlcn
trom a Rut aan tccurnament
involves endgame judgment as
wel as tactical analysis. In
Mse actual game, tle solution
proved a complete surprise to
one of the players.
Par tdmes: U1 seconds, chess
masser; 30 smaewns, onew
expert; minutes oounty
player; 8 rinrttu-s, eiuo
standard; 10 annutes, average;
20 minutes, novice.
bo LUA'lIUN No 9bM

Chess Solution
It's a draw. Black correctly
decided that the obvious . .
Q xB; 2 QxO ch, KxQ; 3
K-KJ3 oud leave him
struggling to draw because of
White's dangerous queen's side
pawns. He lound the clever
resource 1 . R--BI1; 2 QxR
(hoping for 2 ... iQ XQ?; 3Xt-
Kt6 ch and wins), QxP chi and
draws. 3 KxQ is a draw by
stalemate, while i 3 K-K2 Q-
Kf ch 4 K-Ql, e Q-a Q ch
trees the stalemate.


\ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Only by showing
the social side of your nature and the ability to
smile and encourage others do you prevent a difficult
situation Do what you can to relieve others of their burdens.
Show your best control in any crisis. You have charm that
needs to be expressed.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) You are tempted to go through
with a plan too quickly in the morning since you feel your
funds are inadequate, but slow down and think wisely instead.
Then you will knowwht' to do. Be wise.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Plan the future quietly and
intelligently in the morning Help those who have been in
difficulty lately. Show that you are a true humanitarian. Do
some bookkeeping at home tonight
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Don't rely on your friends for
advice or help today, since they are busy. By evening you can
handle own problems wisely Not a good day for social
pleasure. Await a better day for such.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Use tact where
influential persons are concerned or in any of your dealings
with others. Try not to be demanding with others. Avoid one
who does not respect you as you deserve.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have fine ideas and want to
make radical changes right away, but this would be disastrous.
Plan how to add to present outlets wisely instead. Become
more efficient in present routines
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Do the work that is
important today but forget new duties that could tax your
energies right now Mate is not in a good mood, so use tact and
all is fine. The wrong word could bring trouble.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) It is wise to check on what
opponents are doing in the morning so that you don't get
caught in a trap. Later take steps which will enable you to win
out Handle civic obligations.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Use both diplomacy and
precision in handling today's work and dealing with others.
Make some improvement to'wardrobe Evening is fine for
taking health treatments for increased energy.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Handle routine work
efficiently and then you have plenty of time for the recreation
you enjoy You have creative ideas that require research to
make them operative Discuss them with an expert.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) If you are not tactful at
home a real problem could develop Handle an outside
problem cleverly Later take kin out to a nice restaurant for
dinner and have an enjoyable evening.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Take care of your regular
routines early before you give attention to a problem at home.
Use tact and it is soon solved Communications are best put
off until a better day Relax tonight.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Morning should be spent
ridding yourself of financial worries and then you can do
much to please associates more. Evening is fine for coming to a
better understanding with kin and friends.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those charming young people who likes to jump into
things hastily and could be hurt in the process. reach to think
first and act wisely, and then the chart will become a
successful one after this lesson has been learned. Your progeny
has an uncanny way of going to right bigwigs to get backing
and advice when most needed. Give good religious training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your hfe is largely up to YOU!
Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for
February is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate and
$1 to Carroll Righter Forecast (name of newspaper), P.O. Box
629, Hollywood, Calif. 90028.


TIE 0AMBOLS


ea t one eight-letter word In the
t. No plurals: no foreign words
mo prom names. TODAY'S
TAI1r l 1: 0o words. ood
30 wolrd. ver ood : S. words.
excellent. solution tomorrow.
yESTERDAY'g SOLUTION :
Alm also avi& calm cavil
claim clam c real co llaC Sem
loam mall malkr mavli mkir
mosaic oval il solvo sla5m
social l ivial viola visa
vocal VOCALISM.


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1 a. Sane. so)
. Prep.lillon. (4)
M. hakle. (4)
t. Uienolne. (.5)
23. Rely. (61
Down
I. Alo s the bsore, (I)
V. HoIutfuL (1)
3. Cushion. (3)
4. Relative. (4)
.1. One keep ft exercise. (.5. )
o. Henduarters. (4)
SStk. (4)
ItI. before. (3)
It. rinm. 16)
14. Indirect *smentions. (.5)
s a vn
Om en.


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THAT A BAR'S ANDMEET HIM, TAKS ESPONSIILE FR U PICK-
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AFTERNOON WITH T4E ACCOUNT CHARM ~ COME OER APD SAY'*ELLO'"
EXECUTIVE, EXPLAINING
W1Y )VCOvLPN'I T AIKE AND NE JUST
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JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS
_-- I L 1 .5,- k .- I .--a.YOU KNEW HER LONG NOT REALLY.. MEANWHILE.. R
IN A WAY, I SUPPOSE I'VE NEGLECTED BEFORE I MET HER!/ BUT SHE WAS A HELLO! IT'S NICE AM I ?
LYNN! I'VE BEEN TERRIBLY BUSY THIS WAS SHE ALWAYS LEAP IN COLLEGE TO SEE YOU AWAKE'
LAST YEAR, INVOLVED WITH SEVERAL THE TYPE WHO PLAYS AND MOST OF
MERGERS! DID SHE TELL YOU WHAT S DRAMATIZED US THOUGHT SHE'D O
BOTHERS HER, MISS SPENCER ? SITUATIONS ? INTO THE THEATER!
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


IT'S AS THOUGH I REAP *
ABOUT A CHARACTER NAME DIP HE EVER
"LORENZO!_. L MEAN, I FEEL ET YOU KNOGH
50... SO DETACHED FROM O YOUR SIPT
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t s15 Wr thunt


".. But your beauty isn't everything, Helen the
salary you're paid counts for a lot too."

Rupert and the Beanstalk-52


The Imps clamber from the Imps understand he points to
hollow and stamp and rage the towering beanstalk. That's
around Rupert. Please, it was the way he will come," he
what I'd been told to do." tells them. "And the Elves
he says. "The Autumn Elves are afraid he will wreck things
need some of your shrinking wherever he treads." The Imps'
mixture. They want to stop a anger melts away. "Yes, our
giant from visiting Nutwood." shrinking mixture is the only
In his anxiety to make the thing to stop him," says one.


'MfWSOF4.ToY! IF HE 6TS WDHWE OEOST:
WE'LL, FIND HIM '

Brother Juniper


"The object of this game, gentlemen, is not to take part
but to WIN."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS


I. Accountant
4. German city
7. Sacred chest
11. Trappings
13. Blue dyestuff
S14. Chemist's
vessel
15. White
vestments
16. Globule
17. Havens
19. Soap plant
22. Period
24. Pine Tree
State: abbr.


27. Communistic
28. Rascal
30. Smart
32. Toward
33. June bug
34. Family car
35. Weather
satellite
37. Stadium
41. Delicate
42. Dismiss
44. Daft
45.Spear
46. Singles
47. Pindar work
48. Formerly,


EO TN T fN

RAsTARK


AP E AMI
hvOIE ldolcN DlolEl~
LAlPlSlE A r i

ABUT|RI I LE
DUKE I T |I LL
ONU sDYE A A


SOLUTION OF
DOWN
1. Sign of the
zodiac
2. Hawaiian f


YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
4. Rubber tree
5. "Diamond -"
6. Mother
7. Vacationing
ire 8. Hair curler
9. Night club
10. Business
10 getters
12. African
antelope
17. Sidestep
18. Cassia leaves
20. Plaster of
Paris
21. Pays the kitty
23. Commotion
24. Halfway
25. Sentiment
29. Sovereign
31. Elf
36. Early autos
S 38. Meadow mouse
39. Anxious
40. Curtain
material
41. Girl's nickname
42. Radiation unit
43. Dusk
S 45. One of the
1-16 Marches


-.FFmICE HU


Bridge
y Vi X fOR MOLLO
Deww Noe /w Vul:1
meith
V AQ
S7KQ743
7 84 43
West



1 07
3 0

3 NWT
West leads the 44. Declarer
goes utp wft h dummn's 4A, East
toUowtig with e 4. and leads
te OK. A follow. How should
West defend?
ANALYSIS: West should ask
hiumet: what sl South up to?
I te s a eekldm to develop e
dianondsa wh7 didn't he ply
one up the tAe? He cant be
short a entries, or be is marked
wM ifatheo K and 4*Q too no
doubt. Ot e he wouldn't
hve gone up with the 4A at
triok one.
hc only explanation is b at
South ha elht tricks and is
tryliw to atth his ninth
y. West should, thereore,
take the track Just as quickly
and rrwteh to the 4Q. TIe dubs
aorent the only hope and since
South, who bad W:, has at, least
one honour to sades, he
needn't have muckt in club.
EAM

SK 763 2
KKQ6
26 8
These were the East-West
hands when the dea can~e up
In Ameriea's National Chain-
plotnips.


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REX MORGAN,


Chess
W UUAMM OAKORN


(5ooa).
White mates in three moves
at the latest, against any
defence (by J. V. Uteha). ThLe
ts a classical obhes stuatin.
Black has a big material
advantage but his king is a
altUng target for White's queen
and ook. It looks at irst
glance as if White should have
several threeenove mates. but
only one key move works.
Par times: 30 seconds, problem
master; 2 minutes, problem
expert; 5 mn utes, good; 10
minutes, average: 20 m ues.
novice.
SOLUTION No 9553

Chess Solution
1 R-K7 (threatening mate by
2 Q--R8, QB8, or Q-K8).I
1 .. B-Kt6; 2 Q-R-8 ch, B-
Ktl; 3 Q-RI mate. I 1 ..
B-R7; 2 Q--Bl ch, RP-Ktl; 3
QxR (R3) mate. I 1 . .1
B-KRS 2 Q-K8 ch,. R-Ktl;
3 Q-RS mate.



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HOW many last O elawhl.etter word In the
wor s of list. No pluralsi o oreitn words;
fouar letters no poper amne.. TODAV'B
Sormore can TAGIET: 10 words. good;
Son. m .ake words, veru ood:; words.
rom the excellent. oeution tomorrow.
0 letters slown
Sphere? In VSTERIhDAY'8 SOLUTION:
a kin a Aerate apeak are eater karate
6word a ae keep kept PARAKEET pare yC
I better m y partake pate peak pear meal w
be used onee poeek peer Perk pert Prate rake
onlyr Bach rate reap rkek iaeal
w r m t contain the larse retake take taker tape taer 0
M n Ie.
etler. and there mut be at tare to k tear tree ren


THE lake Vou Very CROSS-word. The one with no numbers and U.
eeCept for the first in each section. no order to the dues. ONE
HINT by compiler. "nI cKAY: The seven-letter word Across
will help ou with others Solution on Monday.


irm animal. ()
Clues Acroas
Eotprank (anne.). (4. 5)
tmbl lon(. (5)

'Nrm animal. (3)
Sech-makers. (7)
What the merchant pays. (4. 5)


Tasty dish. (6. 3)
Sound of bells. (0)
Kitchen Items. (4)
Paee. (4)
City of Nebraska. (3)
Decree. (3)
Clues Down
The farmer has his favourite
ones. (4. 5)
School c',lleasue. (5-4)
.eurnlnx. (4)
Wander. (4) Fellow. (4)
Let It stand. (4)
C h em eal.
V or k shire
city.(5 t A _1
Chart., (3) JJT1
Part of a H 1 0
ch urct. I51 cR
Rural. (6) I Nt )S oN 10
%ork places. E I N
SolI dlted.
(3) Ytettrid-y' s *olution


HURRY.- GET DRESSED
AND COME DOWNSTAIRS
AND I'LL TELLYOU
ABOUT






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CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Crroll Rightwr Institut
GENERAL TENDENCIES: The morning may
bring some surprising upsets but don't be
alarmed by them for you are now being given a chance to put
practical and monetary affairs in order. You are able to
advance in the future with the assistance of an experienced
higher-up. Take advantage of opportunities.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Study your business affairs
well and see how you can improve them so that you can
become more prosperous If you have any doubts about
finances, get advice form a business expert.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A good pal has the right
ideas how to make you look more charming, so listen and
follow through. Social life can add much to your happiness.
Arrive on time for an important appointment
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Analyze the progress you
have made in the past year toward your most cherished goals
and figure out a way to get ahead faster this year. Consult an
expert. Relax at favorite hobby tonight.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Listen to what a
loyal friend has to suggest for your advancement and follow
through with ideas given you. Repay a social debt and improve
your position with one who really counts.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Ideal day for handling civic and
other public duties that add to your present reputation. Try
not to be so naive with the opposite sex. Do something about
that fine voice you possess
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Listen to a financial expert
for ideas that could be the seed of your own success in the
future. Make long-range plans for bettering your position in
life. Avoid extravagance tonight
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Study the debits and credits of
your financial situation and come up with a fine solution for
the future. A more devoted attitude toward mate is wise,
especially in the evening Be poised.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) An associate could be irate
in the morning but you can do much to restore calm in this
person. Handle a civic work you enjoy and get approval of
bigwigs. Evening is fine for the social.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Plan how to get
routine tasks done more cleverly and derive more benefits
from them. Do whatever will make you feel and look more
dynamic. Avoid stumbling blocks in your way to progress.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Engage in the pleasure
you like with the persons you admire You can put your finest
talents across with the right persons Gain the backing you
need for projects that are important to you.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You may have problems
at home that may seem impossible to handle, but objective
thinking will solve them quickly Look into practical outlets
that can produce greater income in the future.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Study how to become more
proficient in your work so that you can command a better
income in the future. Make and keep appointments with key
persons. Take health treatments you may need.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those charming young people who knows the power of
physical beauty and is likely to rely too much on this if you
don't teach to work and earn what is desired, then this chart
becomes a successful one. Public work is especially good here,
be it civic, cultural or in the field of entertainment. Give good
ethical training early in life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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OF A WISE GUY? I AN DISCUSS THE FACT THAT YOUR IT?
600P L ACCOUNT IS DELINQUENT, THAT YOU'VE I DON'T REALLY HAVE ANY
RING MADE NO AMENT I THREE MONTHS CHOICE WELL HAVE TO
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SACA TEAM


Hobby Horse Race Track



owner dies in Miami

HOBBY HORSE Race Track owner Stanley ("Jimmie")
Silberman, 47, died at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, at 7
o'clock last night of a heart attack. His death came almost twt
years after that of his father of the same complaint and almost in


the same circumstances.
Mr. Silberman suffered his
first heart attack about 1:30
a.m. on January 3.
"Hie had had a very hard day
on opening day at the track," a
close a..'ociatc said today. "lHe
went home from the track and
suffered the attack about 1:30
the next morning."
Mr. S.,ber ,ian was admitted
to 'he 'te'-ive care unit of the
Princef Mlarga et Hospital.
'lot lh Ho-'e lall Race
T:.Ack o-et ed for the season on
January 2.
AMBULANCE PLANE
A chartered hospital
ambulance was flown to
Nassau on January 4 to take
him to Jackson Memorial
Hospital. Aboard that aircraft
was heart specialist Dr. Jim
Jude of the University of
Mamri, and Dr. Gehramani,
bott associated with the Sir
Victor Sassoon (Bahamas)
Heart Foundation, and Mary
Kelly, a close friend of the
family ,.nd ilso a member of
the Foindation. Miss Kelly had
been i M ami attending the
fu'ne al of M.. Sonnie Shepherd
of Vonetco Enterprises.
Jimmit Silberman took over
the operation of the race track
last year. His father Saul
Si'berman, 75, died suddenly
on February 19, 1971.
The family associate said
today that the circumstances
surrounding his death were
/cry similar to that of his son.
"The father had had a very
r--d day at the track the
,ame as his son. He went to the
Sir Victor Sassoon heart ball
that night and had an attack
the next da)."
He was flown to Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, Miami
Beach, where he died. Known
as ihe "Little Giant" to turf
fans, Saul Silberman was
one-time owner of the old
Tropical Park, Miami. Young
Silberman was a director of
Tropical before his father sold
tis interests. Mr. Silberman,
Sr., bought Hobby Horse Race
Track in 1969.
Jimmie Silberman was a
lealtor and lived with his
family in Baltimore, Maryland.
lie had visited the Bahamas on
several occasions spending
more time here last year when


the took over the racing season
for the first time. He recently
moved his family wife, Rose,
two sons, Stephen and John
to the Bahama; to again get the
race season underway. They
made their home at Conchrest,
Cable Beach.
Mr. Silberman's eldest son,
Stephen, is a student of
engineering at New York's
Columbia University, His
younger, son, John, is a high
school student in Maryland.
UNCLE COMING
It is understood that Mr.
Theodore Silberman, Jimmie
Silberman's uncle, will arrive in
Nassau shortly to carry on the
operation of the track.
At I p.m. today before the
first race got underway at
Hobby Horse Track, general
manager Garth Kemp
announced Mr. Silberman's
death. His announcement was
read to racing fans over the PA
system by Mary Kelly.
"Apart from being a very
good personal friend," said Mr.
Kemp, Jimmie Silberman was a
"friend of all those connected
with racing in the Bahamas.
Even though many of you may
not have realized this as you
did not come into direct
contact with him, he was your
friend.
"When his father, Saul
Silberman, died the family
wanted racing to continue in
spite of his death. Again the
family have said they want
racing to continue today this
is part of their friendship."
In Mr. Silberman's memory
all flags will be flown at half
mast at the track today and
tomorrow.
Mr. Silberman will be buried
in his home town in Baltimore
at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Leaving Nassau today to
attend his funeral will be Mary
Kelly and Joe Roach, head of
General Motors in the
Bahamas.


POLE VAULT RECORD
COLLEGE PARK, Md. Steve
Smith of the Pacific Coast Club set
an American indoor record by
clearing 17 feet. 8'/ inches in the
jole vault at the National
Invitational Indoor Track meet .


HOl[ FOI SALE OR LI OllEASE


On West Bay Street by The Grove and close
to the Beach.
The house is built around a large patio in a
secluded garden with a private entrance at the
rear of the property to a'separate garage.
The accommodation comprises: three large
bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious living
room with adjoining dining room, a Bahama
room and a large kitchen. Own rainwater tank.
For sale at $65,000.00 fully furnished or for
rental on a long lease. Telephone: 34317


Stanley 'Jimmy' Silberman
... dies of heart attack



LONDON (AP)-Results in
British soccer league games
Saturday:
ENGI.ISHI CUP',
Third Round
Arsenal 2 Leicester 2
Bradford 2 Blackpool I
Brighton 0 Chelsea 2
Burnley 0 Liverpool 0
Carlisle 2 Huddersfield 2
Charlton I Bolton I
'helmsford I Ipswich 3
(rystal Palace 2 Southampton 0
- verton 3 Aston Villa 2
(;rimsby 0 Preston 0
Luton 2 Crewe 0
Manchester City 3 Stoke 2
Margate 0 Tottenham 6
Millwall 3 Newport 0
Newcastle 2 Bournemouth 0
Norwich I Leeds 1
Notts County I Sunderland I
Orient I Coventry 4
Peterborough 0 Derby I
Ilymouth I Middlesborough 0
Portsmouth I Bristol City I
Port Vale 0 West Hlam I
Reading vs I)oncaster-postponed
Queen's Park Rangers 0 Barnet 0
Scunthorpe 2 Cardiff 3
Sheffield Wednesday 2 luln:an 0
Stockport 0 Hull 0
Swindon 2 Birmingham 0
Watford 0 Sheffield United I
West Bromn. Nottingham forest I
Wolverhampton I Manchester U. 0
York 0 Oxford I
SCOTTISH CUP.
Second Round
Alloa 0 Berwick 2
Brechin 0 East Stirling 0
lrora 0 Hamilton 4
Ilerranti 2 Elgin 2
Inverness 2 Queen's Park I
Queen of South vs.
Forfar-postponed
Stenhousemuir O Raith 0
Vale 0 Montrose 3
SCOTTISH LEAGUE,
Division One:
Aberdeen vs. Dumbarton ppd.
Ayr 2 Arbroath 0
Celtic 2 Dundee I
Dundee United I Hibernian 0
East Fife 3 Kilmarnock 0
Falkirk 2 Rangers 4
Hearts vs. Morton postponed
Motherwell I St. Johnstone I
Partick Thistle 2 Airdrie 0
DIVISION TWO
Albion 0 Clyde 3
Cowdenbeath I Stirling Albion I
Clydebank 0 I)unfermline 4
ENGLISH LEAGUE,
Division Three
Brentford I Rotherham I
Bristol Rovers 2 Tranmere 0
Chesterfield I Swansea 0
Halifax 0 Oldham 3
Wallsall 0 Blackburn 2
DIVISION FOUR
Aldershot 3 Darlington I
Gillingham 2 Hlartlepool 0
Lincoln 2 Exeter 2
Mansfield I Hereford I
Torquay 0 Barnsley 0
Workington 3 Northampton 0

ONDINE IS FAVOURITE
CAPT TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
(AP)- The United States ketch,
Ondine, was pre-race favourite
Friday to lead a fleet of Yachts
across the finish line in the second
('ape Town-to-Rio do laneiro race.
Ondine, the longest boat entered.
is one of several in the field
designed to finish in front instead
of wil on handicap.
About 40 yachts will sail out of
'Table Bay Saturday in the
3,249-mile race across the South
Atlantic.


SUPER BOWL TOMORROW
THE MIAMI DOLPHINS and the
Washington Redskins square up in
the world professional football
championship for the Vince
Lombardi Trophy tomorrow in Los
Angeles.
Gaemeti is 3:30 p.m. and it
will be broadcast on TV and radio
by NBC.
The Dolphins go into the game
with a perfect unbeaten record as
AFC champions while the Redskins
lost two games in winning the NFC
title.
100 m. WATCH BIG FIGHT
NEW YORK (AP)- A worldwide
audience of at least 100 million
people will view the world
heavyweight title fight between
champion Joe Frazier and George
Foreman at Kingston, Jamaica, Jan.
22, one of the promoters
announced Saturday.
"It is difficult to estimate the
accurate number of viewers."
Henry Schwartz, executive
vice-president of Video Techniques.
Inc. said Saturday.
Video Techniques, promoting
the fight in association with
National Sports Limited of
Kingston. owns exclusive
worldwide ancillary rights to the *


Guy Hunt beats Butler by one BGA TO BEGIN


UNIMPRESSIVE stroke to win Freeport tourney ITS JUNIOR

IN JAMBOREE ... ... .. PROGRAMME


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
ALTHOUGH FAVOURITES ST.
JOHN'S COLLEGE went through
last night's Inter-School Senior
Boys Basketball Jamboree
undefeated in their three quarters,
it is still doubtful which is the top
team in the Western Division with
Prince William High. Aquinas
College and Government High
tieing at second winning two of
their three games.
Defending champions, St.
Augustine's College, did not display
much winning form being defeated
in two of their three games. "I am
trying to get my men out to play as
a unit and to play basketball as
basketball should be played,"
commented coach Vince Ferguson
of St. Augustine's. noting that his
team did not make as many
turnovers as their opponents.
"There can be only one winner,"
said Ferguson, "and for sure, we are
not going to be at the bottom."
The S. A. C. ers went down
22-16 to Government High, 24-16
to St. John's and edged out A. F.
Adderley High 13-12.
L. W. Young High, the rookie
and the youngest team in the series,
found it hard to get together over
the more experienced players as
they went down 13-10 to C. C.
Sweeting's, 20-8 to Aquinas and
16-6 to Government High.
With fairly good players like
Leroy Whylly, Greg Trotman and
Bernard'Shephard on their team, it
is the opinion of many that L.W.
Young should use this series to
learn the fundamentals and skills of
basketball and apply it with force
next season.
OTHER PLANS
However, coach Brian Scowcroft
might have other plans for this
young team.
With Andrew Albury as captain,
Ronald "Buck" Johnson has been
appointed coach of St. John's who
have high hopes for this season,
their intentions being to go
undefeated.
Asked whether Aquinas College
poses any threat to their hopes:
"They have the best coach, but we
have the best team," boasted
Dexter Rolle, guard.
"Actually, we played our
running bench tonight," said
Albury. "Our top forwards
Robert Scott and Lermon Russell -
were not out."
'Defence' is the name of the
game for assistant coach John Todd
of Prince William High. "You see, if
you play good defence, then
offence comes naturally," said
Todd.
It was evident from last night's
display that Prince will will be
depending much on the shooting of
Ray Rose and Max Albury and 6-4
David "Stretch" Morley at centre in
order to tap a team like Aquinas.
After seeing Aquinas work out,
"they are fit" admitted Todd.
Bennett Davis, Charles Green,
Bernard Davis and Patrick Russell
behind the coaching of Gerry
Harper could very well be the thorn
in St. John's and Prince Will's side.
Forwards Harvey Roker and
Mark Bethel teaming up with
guards Cyprian Newrey and Samuel
thompson carry the potency for the
A. F. Adderley High. And although
they were a bit slow in getting
started last night fans consider
them as the team to watch during
the series,
R. M. Bailey, the least
talked about school in the Eastern
Division have improved a lot,
explained coach Anthony Brown.
"We have better ball handling,
board strength and a lot of
co-operation," he said. "I think we
have a team to beat St. Augustine's.
They have some good players, but
we have a man to stop every one of
theirs."
L. W. 'r.ung will play St.
Augustine's and Qu.en's College
meet R. M. Bailey on Monday when
the Eastern Division opens. In the
Western Division, Adderley meet
Aquinas, Government High meet
Prince Will, and St. John's meet C.
C. Sweeting.


fight.
There will be more than I
million closed-circuit television
seats available at approximately
250 locations in the United States
and Canada for the fight scheduled
to start at 9:30 EST.
GOOLAGONG WINS
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
- Former Wimbleton champion
Evonne Goolagong of Australia
defeated top Japanese player
Kazuko Sawamatzu 6-3, 6-1 and
advanced to the finals of the
women singles of the New
ZealZealand Open tennis
championships.


NBA BASKETBALL
Boston 133, Atlanta 109
Buffalo 120. Portland 100
Milwaukee 117. Kansas City-Omaha 98
New York 104, Houston 103
Golden State 108, Phoenix 107
Seattle 113. Detroit 104
Cleveland 113, Philadelphia 109
Los Angeles 109, Chicago 97
ABA BASKETBALL
Virginia 103. New York 93
Carolina 129, Dallas 106
Kentucky 104. Memphis 101
Denver 128. Indiana 119


I CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Applications are Invited for the position of Local Manager
of well-known Engineering Firm in Nassau. Applicants must
be Bahamian, wvth minimum educational standard
Equivalent to Five "O" Levels or preferably ordinary
national certificate in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.
At least five year's engineering experience is essential, and
applicants must have sufficient commercial knowledge to
e unable them to take charge of a sales & service organization
serving the whole of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
The successful applicant would be required to undergo a
comprehensive training programme at the companies'
factories overseas In order to become fully conversant with
the companies' products.
Applicants without the full engineering background
necessary, but with the potential and personality to enable
them to successfully train for the position, will be
considered.
Apply In own hand-writing to: Box No. uA3tpo c/o The
Tribune, Nainu.
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FREEPORT: Young Guy Hunt fr
Club, Surrey, England, fired a two over par 290 over the Lucayan


Country Club
Tournament.


to win the Bahamas/European Pro/Am


YOUNG GUY HUNT


I.C. SNEAD LEADS

BY 3 STROKES IN

PHOENIX GOLF OPEN

PHOENIX, ARIZONA (AP)-
Big J. C. Snead trimmed three more
strokes off par with a 67 and
opened up a three-stroke lead
midway through the second round
off the $150,000 Phoenix Open
golf tournament Friday.
The 31-year-old nephew of Sam
Snead had a 36-hole total of 129, a
whopping It under par after two
trips over the friendly little, 6,216
yard Arizona Country Club course.
It was the best 36-hole score on
the tour since Miller Barber posted
the same total for two rounds in
this same tournament in 1971.
Grier Jones, a double winner
from 1972, had a 68 and was alone
in second among the early finishers
at 132, a distant three strokes back.
Dave Hill, a veteran who usually
plays short courses extremely well,
and Gary Groh were next at 133.
Each had a second-round 68 as the
flat, desert layout again yielded an
extremely large number of subpar
rounds.
Larry Ziegler, who notched two
eagles; Lanny Wadkins and )wight
Nevil followed at 134. Ziegler
matched the day's best round with
a 64, Wadkins had a 65 in the
bright, warm sunshine and Nevil
took a 66.
Defending champion Homero
Blancas remained in position with a
67-135.
Jack Nicklaus, British Open
champion: Lee Trevino; Arnold
Palmer and Billy Casper are not
competing in this second event of
the year on the pro tour.


INDIA REPLIES

WITH 175 FOR 4

MADRAS, INDIA (AP)--Batting
cautiously, India had made 175
runs for the loss of four wickets at
close of play Saturday on the
second day of the Third Test match
in reply to England's first innings
total of 242.
India's slow scoring rate was due
to accurate bowling by England
pacemen and spinners.
Starting with the overnight
India had made 52 for two at
lunch.
Starting with the overnight total
of four for n,..e, India lost their
first wicket without addition to the
score when Chauhan was caught by
Knott off Arnold for a duck.
The second wicket fell at 28
when the other opener, Sunil
Gavaskar, was caught by Greig off
Gifford for 20.
India took 120 minutes over
their first 50 runs.


The 25-year old swinger
carded rounds of 69, 74,68 and
79 to pip the veteran Peter
Butler of Birmingham by a
stroke over the four day
tournament. Hunt who stands
only 5'6" is third in the points
race for Britain's Ryder Cup
Team.
Butler and Hunt were tied
going into the final day's play
but Butler blew to an eighty
over the rain-soaked course.
"I had a little trouble with
the weather," said Butler.
Bernard Hunt, the 1973
non-playing captain of the
British Ryder Cup Team led an
amateur threesome to victory
in the team event, with a best
ball score of 244. Hunt's team
was tied with a foursome led
by veteran teaching pro Reg
Knight of Wanstead, Essex. but
the title was decided on the
first playoff hole when
accountant John Tiffin sank a
six foot birdie putt. Bernard
Hunt also placed fifth in the
individual pro event.
The experienced Christy
O'Connor of the Royal Dublin
Golf Club in Ireland, who has
dominated British golf for the
past 15 years, led the third
place team to a best ball 246
over the Lucayan and Shannon
golf courses here.
The final day's play through
steady morning drizzle was
puctuated by several
downpours which boosted
scores for most of the teams.
Some 30 teams from
E ngland, Ireland, Wales,
Scotland, France and
Switzerland competed in the
72-hole event, which precedes
the up-coming Grand Bahama
International Open starting
Thursday.
Butler has won the Open for
the past two years.

WINS GIANT SLALOM
COLLINWOOD, ONT. -
Geoffrey Bruce of East Coming,
New York won the men's giant
slalom with a combined time
ofl:51.64 as the Canadian-Ameri-
can ski trophy series opened its
third season.


THE BAHAMAS Golf
Association tournament
director and vice-president
Fred Higgs announced today
that the Association is about to
start its Junior programme.
The Junior programme will
get underway on January 21
with the BGA Junior
Invitational Golf tournament
at the Blue Hill Golf Club,
commencing at 11 am. Any
golfer under the age of 18 is a
eligible to participate in the
tournament whether they are
members of the Association or
not.
In order to ensure that
juniors conduct themselves
properly a B.G.A. member
with a single figure handicap
(0-9) will play alongside each
pair. His job will be to see that
the juniors play strictly to the
rules of the game, observe golf
etiquette and how to score
properly.
Following the tournament
an instructional period on golf
rules and etiquette will be held
toegther with a question and
answer period.
For those junior golfers who
cannot play, but are interested
in learning the game a clinic
will be conducted starting at
11 a.m. on Sunday, January 21
at the Blue Hill Golf Club. This
programme will continue until
they are able to play well
enough to compete in
tournament.
All juniors interested in
participating may enter by
either signing up at the Blue
Hill Golf Club or contacting
Mr. Higgs at 31982 or 54021.

PROPOSAL DEFEATED
CHICAGO The National
collegiate athletic association'si
membership, led by eastern
opposition, decisively defeated the
controversial proposal to divide the
group into major and small school
divisions at the NCAA's 67th
annual convention..




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SUNDAY Y


BAHAMIAN


BUFFET LUNCA


ALLYOU CAN EATI $6.00 plus gratuties
12:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Boiled Fish, Johnny Cake, Conch Salad, and
other Lavish native and American Dishes.
Complimentary Sangria.
Drinks $1.00. Children under 12, half price.

CECIL DORSETT'S
Exciting Steel Band
Plus
Travelog of FRANCE

courtesy PanAm.


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IAAM AS IRON I STEEL COMIlANYID.


Require the services of a


GENERAL MANAGER

to head up its operations in Nassau.


Applications are invited from mature men who
have experience in the Steel fabrication and or
construction industry covering purchasing,
production and sales.

Possession of a qualification in engineering,
construction and for Business management is
desirable, but not essential.

Applications in writing only giving full
particulars of experience and qualifications should
be addressed to: The President, Bahamas Iron &
Steel Co., Ltd. P. O. Box N-4885 Nassau,
Bahamas.


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