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Publication Date: January 17, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 47 Wednesday, January 17,1973. Price: 15 Cents
L T N E O


FNM SET RECORD STRAIGHT-- AGAIN




FNM caim party was





'completely consistent


on


question of independence


THE FREE NATIONAL Movement said today that agreement was reached at the Bahamas Constitutional talks
London in December to "produce for the country one of the best constitutions to be achieved by any former


colonial territory moving int
In a press release today,
which was prompted by
"public pronouncements made
primarily by Errington
Watkins", the party sets "the
record straight" with regard to
its "position on independence
and other related matters."
The FNM maintain that Mr.
Watkins, M.P. for Marsh
Harbour, who has challenged
them to either fight the
government on independence
or resign, has made an
"obvious attempt to mislead
the public with regard to the
party's position on
independence." It also claims
that Mr. Watkins has attempted
to mislead them on the
"performance" of the party's


ISAACS NOT HIS

BROTHER'S KEEPER
MARSH Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins has the power to move
members even when not
present in the House.
This morning it was tO
laughter when Works Minister
Simeon Bowe rose prepared to
answer questions tabled by the
FNM member several weeks
ago.
Mr. Watkins, an outspoken
advocate of separatism for
Abaco and political oblivion
for his Leader, failed to appear
at the start of this morning's
meeting.
Answers in hand, Mr. Bowe
asked FNM Leader Kendal
Isaacs if he would accept them
on behalf of Mr. Watkins. Mr.
Isaacs looked somewhat
startled by the request, then
started to laugh.
So did other members,
aware of the friction between
the two men.
Still smiling, Mr. Isaacs
advised the Minister that he
would only receive answers to
questions tabled by himself.
Not long after, as
Agriculture and Fisheries
Minister Anthony Roberts had
the floor, Mr. Watkins walked
in, bowed to the Speaker and
moved to his seat between St.
John's representative Noel
Roberts and Mr. Isaacs.
Mr. Roberts preferred the
first "Good morning." Mr.
Isaacs smiled and Mr. Watkins
offered him the greetings of
the day before sitting.
At the end of the
question-and-answer period,
Mr. Bowe back-tracked to
answer Mr. Watkins' questions
on construction of the Greater
Abaco Highway.

MAN FOUND DEAD
JOSEPH HUMFS of VWest
Street was found dead at about
three o'clock this morning at a
location just north of Meadow
Street on West Street.
Humes in his mid-twenties
was last seen alive by a relative
at 10 o'clock last night.
No foul play is suspected
and the police are investigating.
DEATH
MR. JAMES Strachan, 53,
of Kemp Road, a retired
airport employee, died
suddenly last night at the
Princess Margaret Hospital
following a short illness.
He is survived by his wife,
Louise, two sons, one sister
and two brothers.


o independence."
"delegation at the recent
Constitutional Conference in
London."
Mr. Watkins, who called
them "political traitors",
represents a movement to
separate Abaco from the rest
of the Bahamas after
independence.
However, the FNM maintain
that it has been "completely
consistent on the entire
question of independence. Its
first objective was to delay
independence at least for
another term of the legislature,
but that objective was lost as a
result of the September 19
general election. The FNM, as a
responsible political party, was
bound to accept this decision
of the people."
Following is the full text of
the release:
"The second objective was
to secure for the Bahamian
people the best possible
Constitution under which an
independent Bahamas would
be governed. That end was
quietly but relentlessly pursued
by the leaders of the party.
"The FNM now confidently
tpoclai', that fti-rfftrts have
paid off handsomely, since
agreement was reached at the
Conference in London to
produce for the country one of
the best constitutions to be
achieved by any former
colonial territory moving into
independence.
"Perhaps the most
important concession won by
the FNM was the extra
protection which it was able to
secure for the more important
provisions of the Constitution.
"It would be recalled that
the Government's proposal for
amending the entrenched
provisions of the Constitution
required, in some cases, a
two-thirds majority vote of the
legislature and in other cases, a
three-quarters majority vote of
the legislature. The effect of
that was that immediately after
independence, the governing
party would have been able to
exercise its present majority in
the legislature to amend the
entrenched provisions of the
Constitution.
"In its memorandum on the
proposed Constitution, the
FNM stated:
"It is therefore of the
utmost importance that the
Constitution should not be
tampered with at will by
successive governments,
particularly those sections
dealing with Fundamental
Rights and matters relating to
the Constitution and
Parliament. No attempt should
be made to change these
entrenched provisions except
with the most serious
justification and with the total
involvement of parliament and
the people.
"In spite of the initial
opposition of the PLP
Government, and in spite of
the well-known inbred British
prejudice against it, it was
nevertheless agreed to provide
for a referendum in any case
where it was proposed tc(
amend any of the entrenched
provisions of the new
Constitution, thus ensuring the
total involvement of the people
before fundamental changes
can be made.
Amendment of Constitution
"Simply stated, if any
Government in the future
wishes to change the
entrenched provisions of the
Constitution, that government
would not only have to secure
the necessary votes in
Parliament, but it would also
have to put the issue directly
to the people for their approval
or disapproval in a referendum.
Entrenchment of Provisions
"A modern democratic


Constitution is designed to
serve the entire country and to
lay down the fundamental
principles under which a
people will be governed
regardless of the inevitable
changes which will take place
as a result of partisan politics.
In other words, the rules of the
game must be established and
adhered to by all concerned
and must not be subject to
arbitrary change to suit the
shifting objectives of particular
governments.
"Therefore, as with other
independence constitutions,
the new Bahamas Constitution
will provide that certain
important provisions will be
protected by elaborate
safeguards and not subject to
easy amendment.
"These provisions are
described as entrenched
provisions and in the case of
the Bahamas, will be subject to
amendment only by (a) a
two-thirds majority vote of the
legislature and a referendum;
and (b) a three-quarters vote of
the legislature and a
referendum.
"i,e new Constitution will
provide for the entrenchment
of a wider range of provisions
than most other
Commonwealth Constitutions.
Some of the provisions which
can be described as two-thirds
entrenched (because of the
legislative votes needed for
amendment) relate to the
establishment of the office of
Governor General, the tenure
of office of Senators and
Representatives, the Public
Service and Finance.
"Provisions which are
three-quarters entrenched
relate to the legal force of the
constitution, citizenship,
fundamental rights, parliament
and the courts.
Postponement of Elections
"It would be recalled that
the FNM expressed grave
concern over the proposals of
the Government with regard to
postponement of general
elections in times of
national emergency. In its
Memorandum, the party
pointed out:
"It is obvious that
circumstances can arise to
make it virtually impossible to
hold general elections when
they are due. Ilowever, it is
absolutely essential for the
preservation of a peaceful
democracy that the
Constitution be so worded that
no future government will be
able to declare an emergency
without the most serious
reasons and that the right of
the people to elect a new
parliament after the
appropriate passage of time is
guaranteed.
"The Conference also took a
serious view of this particular
issue and it was therefore
agreed that parliament will be
able to extend its life only in
times of war and then only for
a period not exceeding twelve
months at a time and only up
to a maximum of two years.
Citizenship and Residence
"'In the national debate on
independence, considerable
attention was focused on the
question of citizenship by the
FNM and by many Bahamians
who rightly regarded this as an
issue of vital importance for
the benefit of individuals and
the fair image of the country as
a whole.
"It can now he stated that in
addition to those laws which
will be enacted by the
legislature with regard to
cit i.enship, the new
constitutionn itself will make
just provisions for the
acquisition and retention of
Bahamian citizenship.
'The agreement of the


Bahamas Government was
secured to give special and
sympathetic consideration for
the extension of Bahamian
citizenship to long-time
residents of the Bahamas.
Furthermore, the Government
has also agreed to make special
provisions for foreign wives of
Bahamians. If a foreign wife
does not elect to register as a
Bahamian she will nevertheless
be given the right to reside and
to work.
Right to Leave the Country
"The right of a citizen to
enter as well as to leave his
country has come to be
expected in modern times as
one of the inalienable human
rights. however, the present
Constitution and the
Government's proposals for the
new Independence
Constitution pointedly omitted
any reference to the right of
the citizen to leave. In other
words, it was apparently
contemplated that such a right
was not to be included among
the Fundamental Rights of
Bahamian citizens.
"The question was, however,
satisfactorily resolved at the
Conference and the new
Constitution will guarantee to
all Bahamians the right to enter
their own country as well as
the right to leave, subject only
to lawful and reasonable
restrictions.
Protection from Restrictions
"The right of a citizen to
move freely within the
territorial limits of his own
country is also today regarded
as one of the Fundamental
Rights.
'However, the
Government's proposal
contained a dangerous
provision which would have
seriously diminished this right.
Under that provision it would
have been possible for the
Government to make laws and
orders unreasonably to prevent
a Bahamian from going to any
part of his own country and
also to confine him to any
specified part of the country.
"This alarming provision was
finally dropped and it was
agreed that Bahamians should
not be restricted in this manner
and that they should have the
right to move freely
throughout their own country
and that no citizen should be
unreasonably restricted to any
particular part of the country.
Disqualification of MPs
"Members of the Opposition
as well as members of the
governing party in parliament
have been concerned over the
existing provision in the
Constitution which made it
possible in effect for a member
to be voted out of his seat
without benefit of appeal, on
the basis of contractual
relations with the Government.
It was agreed that the new
Constitution will not leave an
individual member at the
mercy of a simple majority
vote, but will provide him with
the right of appeal to the
Supreme Court if the Senate or
the House unreasonably
disqualifies him from being a
member.
Senate Membership
"The proposals put forward
by the Government could have
reduced the present Opposition
Senate complement to three. It
was agreed however that the
Opposition would have a
minimum of four members in
the Senate. Three so-called
floating Senate seats are to be
assigned after consultation by
the Prime Minister with the
Leader of the Opposition.
"The effect of this is to
make it possible for the
Opposition to gain additional

Page 12, Col. 8


U.K. DEBATE
WHITE PAPER
ON FRIDAY
THE REPORT on the
Independence constitutional
talks in London is to be
published in the form of a
White Paper to be presented
to the United Kingdom
Parliament on Friday, Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling
informed the House today.
Inia brief Communication.
the Prime Minister said copies
of the White Paper would be
available in Nassau next week
and will be circulated to
Members of Parliament as
soon as possible.
Members of the public
wishing to obtain copies will
be able to purchase them at
the Government's
Publications Office on Bank
Lane.
The Prime Minister said the
confe rence report
"acceptable to all sides," was
signed in London on
Wednesday, December 20.


HOUSE MEETS NEXT

ON VALENTINE'S DAY
THE HOUSE of Assembly
spent a brief 45 minutes in
session today before
adjourning to February 14.
In moving the motion,
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur,
Hanna pointed out that the
date was also Valentine's Day.
"Does that mean peace and
love," quipped one government
backbencher?"
"There was also a massacre
on that day," countered an
Opposition member, recalling
the famous St. Valentine's Day
gangland slaying which took
place in Chicago in the 1920s
None of the three notices on
today's agenda was
proceeded with. A resolution
by the FNM's Norman
Solomon condemning the
conduct of the Deputy Prime
Minister was not proceeded
with because of Mr. Solomon's
absence.
Mr. Hanna did not proceed
with a Bill to implement a
Council of Legal Education as
there was a supplemental
agreement which should have
been printed with the Bill.
Long Island representative
Philip Smith (PLP) also
declined to proceed with his
motion for appointment of a
committee to consider the age
of majority.

ONE FIRM BID

ON ABACO ROAD
ONLY ONE company bid to
construct the Greater Abaco
Highway, and that bid at
$30,000 per mile, was accepted
by government, Works Minister
Simeon Bowe advised the
House today.
In answer to questions by
the FNM's Errington Watkins
(Marsh Harbour), Mr. Bowe
said bids were invited but only
one was received. That came
from Abaco Supply Company.
The company, he said, was
required to sign a performance
bond with regard to its ability
to complete the work.
lie admitted, in answer to
Mr. Watkins' question, that the
job was subcontracted to lErvin
Knowl es Construction
Company Ltd. The price of the
sub-contract was a private
matter between the prime
contractor and the
sub-contractor, Mr. Bowe said.
Asked whether the work had
proceeded in accordance with
the terms of the original
contract, Mr. Bowe replied
that: "The portion of the road
completed has been done in
accordance with the terms
specified in the contract."

QUESTIONS ASKED


ON CHURCH BAY
QUESTIONS concerning the
motor vessel Church Bay have
been tabled in the Hlouse yv
Opposition member Sir Roland
Symonette(FNM-Shirlea).
Sir Roland has asked
Transport Minister Darrel Rolle
to disclose whether last week's
burning of the Church Bay is
to be investigated, who the
beneficial owners were when
government entered into its
contract with the mail boat
and who owned it at the time
of the fire as well as details of
the contract and whether
compensation is to be paid to
those who lost goods aboard


LIMITED NUMBER OF TRAPS

SIGHTED OFF ACKLINS, BUT--


Ministry deny permission



given American to catch



crawfish in the Bahamas

AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES MINISTER Anthony
Roberts today issued a House denial that permission was granted
either by himself or his Ministry to Amerian Mike Zorovich,
Purity Pak Foods or Zorel Enterprises Ltd. to catch, capture or
export crawfish or scalefish from Acklins, Crooked Island and


Long Cay.

HEALTH MINISTER

IS QUESTIONED

ON ACKLINS

DOCTOR'S REMOVAL
TIl RIiSIDINT doctor
from Acklins and Crooked
Island was moved from that
district in order to fill a
vacancy at Inagua, Hlealth
Minister Loftus Roker revealed
in the House today.
The question of the doctor's
removal was raised in the
House by the district's
representative, FNM member
Cyril Tynes.
The Tribune reported on
November 2 that Dr. S. Kumar,
"temporarily" assigned as
resident medical officer from
the Acklins Crooked Island
district just before the election,
had since been removed.
leaving the district without a
doctor.
In his questions to the
Minister Mr. Tynes asked for
an explanation as to why the
resident nurse had been
removed from Acklins and
whether it was the Minister's
intention to post a doctor
and/or a qualified nurse to
Acklins in the immediate
future.
Mr. Roker denied that any
resident nurses were removed
from Acklins. He said the
resident nurse at Spring Point
resigned on October 31. 1972,
but the resident nurse at
Chesters was still on duty.
TRAINI)D NURSE
"A trained nurse was posted
to Acklins to fill the vacancy at
Spring Point on December II,
1972," he announced.
Mr. Roker added that a
doctor would be posted to the
Crooked Island and Acklins
district as soon as the staff
position "makes this possible."
When Mr. Tynes attempted
to ask a supplementary
question Mr. Roker cut him off
abruptly.
"He has not thanked me
yet," he waspishly informed
the Speaker.
After Mr. Tynes had gone
through the formalities, he was
permitted to put the additional
question.
"I wonder if the Minister is
prepared to say whether the
Flying Doctor Service is to b e
resumed to Acklins?"
Mr. Roker advised him that
in whatever part of the
Bahamas where there was no
resident doctor arrangements
were made for periodic visits
by a doctor.
lie said he would be making
a statement on medical care in
the Family Islands at the next
meeting of the Ilouse.


On November 11 last year
there was a press report that an
American fisherman had for
the past year been "cleaning
up" the scalefish and crawfish
around the Crooked Island and
Acklins area with over 3,000
crawfish traps and four fishing
vessels.
(aptain M. Ferguson of
Crooked Island claimed at the
time that the American had
been exporting thousands of
pounds of fish to the U.S. by
private plane.
lie said he had lodged
complaints with the Ministry
of Agriculture and Fisheries
with no seeming results.
Two weeks later the
district's representative. Mr.
Cyril Tynes tabled questions in
the House dealing with the
allegations.
LIMITED NUMBER
Asked if he was aware that
crafwish traps were being used
in and around Acklins,
Crooked Island and Long Cay,
Mr. Roberts admitted that a
"limited number" of traps had
been sighted by aircraft flying
in the area. Unconfirmed
reports had also been received
of trap settings.
He said he was unaware,
however, that foreign
registered vessels based in the.
islands were presently catching
crawfish and scalefish in the
same location.
"No permission was granted
by me, nor is there any record
in this Ministry of permission
being granted to any foreign
vessels to trap crawfish in the
Crooked Island district," the
Minister declared.
Mr. Tynes then asked if any
licences or permits had been
issued to Mr. Zorovich or
Purity Pak Foods and Zorel
Enterprises Limited to catch,
capture and export crawfish
and scalefish from Acklins,
Crooked Island and Long Cay.
Making it clear no such
permission had been issued to
any of the parties mentioned,
Mr. Roberts said it was the
"declared policy" of his
government to preserve the
fishing industry for nationals
of the Bahamas.
ENGAGEMENT
THE ENGAGEMENT is
announced between Melody
Ann, daughter of the late Mr.
T. T. K. Allan and Mrs. Joan L.
Allan, of Ashtead, Surrey,
England, and Brian, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Philip Brown


MORRIS LANSBURGH

LANSBURGH

PLEADS GUILTY

TO 'SKIMMING'
AMERICAN Morris
Lansburgh, a partner in the
company that operates the
King's Inn in Freeport, pleaded
guilty in Nevada on Monday to
charges of conspiring with
Meyer Lansky and others to
"skim" millions of dollars in
untaxed revenue from a Las
Vegas casino between 1960
and 1967.
Lansburgh owns the
Associated Resort Hotels
company, which in turn is
co-owner with Mr. Charles
Schlakman of the firm which
leases the King's Inn. Mr.
Schlakman is managing
partner.
"Skimming" is the removal
of untaxed revenue from
gambling casinos, and the
transfer of the money to secret
bank accounts to evade taxes.
Lansburgh pleaded guilty to
the charges before District
Judge Roger Foley in Las
Vegas on Monday. He faces
up to five years in prison and
$10,000 fines on each of the
two counts.
Sentencing was deferred
until after the trials and
sentencing of others charged in
the case, including Mayer
Lansky who was refused
Israeli citizenship in October
last year because of his
"criminal past, which might
endanger the public welfare."
Lansburg pleaded guilty to
charges of conspiring to
conceal Lansky's financial
interest in the Flamingo Casino
in Las Vegas' and of conspiring
to conceal true casino receipts
by understating casino revenue
by about $2 million a year
from 1960 to 1967.
Lansburgh and Mr.
Schlakman leased the King's
Inn for 20 years beginning
December 23, 1968 from
shipping magnate Daniel K.
Ludwig.
In February of 1969
Lansburgh was placed on the
British immigration stop-list,
which automatically barred
him from entering the
Bahamas.
However, Lansburgh was
granted a "special permit" by
the Bahamas Immigration
authorities to visit Freeport for
three days in September of
1969 to discuss promotion
plans for the King's Inn with
Mr. Schlakman.


BAHAMAS RESERVES NOW $33 MILLION
BAHAMAS' external previous record figure was
reserves have hit the $33 "about $29 million" set in
million mark, the highest in early 1972.
our history, Bahamas Monetary The reserve fund is
Authority chairman T. Baswell controlled by the Authority,
Donaldson said last night. and can be dipped into to meet
Mr. Donaldson told The balance of payments and
Tribune this morning that the budgetary deficits.


JAMAICAN DOLLAR DEVALUED 6.5 PERCENT
THE JAMAICAN dollar has been devalued 6.5 percent to promote the island-nation's economic
growth, Jamaican Finance Minister David Coore announced at a press conference Tuesday night.
The Jamaican dollar is still percent by which the Jamaican at a Jamaican Trade Mission to
worth more on the dollar has been devalued, the Bahamas co-sponsored by
international money market JNliC senior marketing the JNEC and the Bahamas
than Bahamian currency, but officer Reginald Webb Harris Chamber of Commerce.
the gap between the two has pointed out that some tle said some of the
been narrowed. products manufactured in representatives of the Jamaican
The Bahamian dollar was Jamaica such as garments, manufacturers and exporters
worth about Jamaican $1.145. plastics and some foods are participating in the mission
With the devaluation the based on imported raw here have already made their
Bahamian dollar is now worth materials. Because of the own calculations and
about Jamaican $1.067, devaluation, Mr. Harris said, adjustments in prices have been
banking sources in Nassau said the Jamaican manufacturers made.
today. will have to pay more for the manufacturers would not
The effect of the raw materials, change any price quotation to
devaluation is that Bahamian In addition, transport costs aBahamian merchant after an
.. &osts_ a Bahamian merchant after an


merchants will have to pay
Jamaican manufacturers less
for Jamaican products than
before.
llowever, a spokesman for
the Jamaica National Export
Corporation (JNEC) told The
Tribune that while the prices ol
Jamaican goods will probably
be "a little more attractive to
Bahamians," the cut in prices is
likely to be less than the 6.5


for tne exportation of
Jamaican products are often
paid in a foreign currency, and
would, because of the
devaluation, increase in terms
of Jamaican currency.
"The net effect in some
areas will therefore be a
cancellation; the adjustment
might be very slight."
Mr. Harris is currently in
Nassau representing the JNEC


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PEACE ACCORD NEAR?


CORONA TRIAL JURY DEADLOCKED
FAIRFIELD, CALIF. (AP)-Juron in the Juan Corona mass murder trial
announced in the fifth day of deliberations Tuesday they have progressed
from an 8-4 to an 11-1 deadlock. The direction of the Jury's leanings was
not revealed.
The panel also sought clarification of the legal requirement that Corona
cannot be convicted unless guilt was proven "beyond a reasonable doubt."
On Monday, the jury had reported itself in an 8-4 deadlock, and judge
Richard E. Patton ordered the jurors not to reveal if the majority favoured
acquittal or conviction.
Patton had a lengthy legal definition reread and then sent the jury back
to, continue its deliberations in efforts to break the 11-1 deadlock.
Corona, who was recuperating from heart problems in nearby Vacavllle
since Friday, was brought to the courthouse here and walked into the
courtroom under his own power.
BILL TO CUT OFF WAR FUNDS
WASHINGTON (AP)-House anti-war forces say they will introduce a
bill Thursday to cut off funds for the Vietnam war. They say the measure
is to be introduced just In case the current peace talks fail to produce a
settlement. The measure would prohibit expenditure of any funds for U.S.
military combat operations in or over Indochina. It also would require that
such operations be halted immediately.
Indiana Democrat Lee Hamilton says that "obviously the steam would
go out of tte !egilation if a peace agreement is announced." Hamilton
adds: "I would like to see that happen."
CEASE-FIRE NEAR BUT BOMBING CONTINUES
SAIGON, JAN. 17 (AP)-Despite reports tirat a cease-fire may be near,
U.S. BS2s and other warplanes pounded North Vietnamese positions in
South Vietnam Tuesday and today, the U.S. Command announced.
With the bombing halted over all of North Vietnam, more American
strikes were being carried out across South Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia,
U.S. officials said. Raids by fighter-bombers increased by more than
one-third to 311 in South Vietnam during the 24-hour period ending at 8
a.m., the Command said.
U. S. B52 bombers launched about 90 strikes across South Vietnam
during the same period, dropping up to 2,700 tons of explosives on North
Vietnamese troop concentrations, staging areas and supply caches.
The bulk of the air strikes were in Quang Trl province just below the
demilitarized zone and in the Saigon river corridor northwest of the
capital. Both are major infiltration corridors and staging areas.
Viet Cong gunners shelled Da Nang air base and the provincial capital of
Quang Ngal 75 miles to the south and blew up a bridge 20 miles east of
Saigon. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
BRITISH TRAWLER ON FIRE THREE DEAD
LONDON (AP)--A British trawler erupted in flames Tuesday night off
the coast of Denmark and coastguards said three crewmen were feared
:ltead in the blaze.
Seven more crewmen of the 214-British trawler Scampton abandoned
ship in the turbulent North Sea and were reported saved by International
rescue vessels.
Northumberland radio on the northeast coast of England reported: "We
have just heard a message from the Danish radio that seven crew members
have been saved but three are dead. Distress radio traffic has been closed."
Northumberland radio said the distress message came from a position
about 10 miles off the Danish coast, but did not specify the exact area.
NEW CONSTITUTION FOR PHLIPPINES
MANILA (AP)-President Ferdinand E Marcos proclaimed the end of
the Philippines' 26-year-old American-style democracy Wpdnesday and
signed into law a new constitution providing for a parliamentary
government.
Ihe President said that, meanwhile, martial law would continue until the
nation could return to "normalcy."
A "People's Congress" was held in Manila at which supporter told
Marcos 15 million Filipinos had approved his policies. They said this
approval was expressed in some 32,000 "citizens' assemblies" staged by the
government across the country to rally support for Marcos.
U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL TO MEET IN PANAMA
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP)-The U.N. Security Council agreed
Tuesday to meet in Panama City, despite U.S. misgiving that the session
will be used to whip up anti-American sentiment over the Panama CanaL
The meeting was scheduled for March 1 5-21.
U.S. Ambassador George Bush, in his final council appearance before
becoming Republican national chairman, said that already "the prospect os
this meeting is stimulating a heated propaganda campaign in Panama which
will not be conducive to the kind of atmosphere needed for Security
Council meetings or be helpful for the future course of bilateral
negotiations."
ROYAL ROMANTIC INVOLVEMENT?
MONTREAL (AP)-A young Montreal music student whose name has
been linked with Princess Christina, youngest daughter of Queen Juliana of
the Netherlands, denies any romantic involvement with the Princess
Emile Bourree, 23, said Tuesday the only connection between himself
and the 25-year-old Princess was that they had both been studAlng at the
same music school.
Published reports said Bourree had spent the Christmas holidays with
the Royal Family at Soestidijk Palace in Amsterdam.
A Dutch government spokesman confirmed the story but refused to
comment on their relationship.
POLITICAL KIDNAPPING CONTINUE
PAMPLONA, SPAIN (AP)-Basque guerrilla commandos broke into the
country home of industrialist Felipe Huarte and kidnapped him early
Wednesday, police sources reported.
The sources said three armed men tied up members of Huarte's family,
locked them in the cellar and then fled in predawn darkness with Huarte
captive in his own car. The car later was found about 20 miles from
Pamplona near the French border, police informants said.
The kidnapping was the third in two years blamed on members of
E.T.A., the underground Basque guerrilla organization seeking to
overthrow the government.
SOLE WHITE ZAMBIAN M.P. RESIGNS
LUSAKA (AP)-The only white Independent member in the Zambiar
parliament has resigned. Thi s announced when parliament reassembled
Tuesday by the Speaker Robinson Nabulysto.
Nabulyato said the M.P., Hugh Mitchley, had resigned on December 13.
the day President Kaunda signed into law a bill making Zambi a one-party
state democracy. The Speaker accepted Mitchley' resignation on
December 15 and Tuesday paid tribute to his contributions in the House.
Mitchley was one of the three remaining white members. The others are
Richard Farmer a former African National Congress (ANC) M.P. and the
other a nominated back-bencher, Mrs. Madeline Robertson.
Mitchley, 47, a Queen's Counsel was first elected to the
pre-independence Northern Rhodesia parliament as a member for Lusaka
West in October, 1962.
In announcing Mitchley'a resignation, the Speaker laid former ANC
members of parliament and Independents who do not want to sit in the
House as United National Independence Party UNIP members can
resign now that UNIP is the one and only political party in Zambia. They
could also stay as mere representatives of their respective conMtituenciea
That the 19 MPs of the defunct ANC still remained In the Houe, he
said, was only a 'generous gesture by the House' which had not prevented
their constituencies from filling them with UNIP members. He explained
that former ANC and Independent MPs could either resign or wait for the
end of the life of the present parliament on December 31, 1973.
BRITAIN'S INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION UP.
LONDON (AP)-Britain's Industrial production rose in the three months
September through November at an annual rate of 8 per cent, according to
figures released Tuesday night. The Central Statistical Office reported that
overall production was 2.2 per cent higher on average than in the previous
three months.
Converted into annual rates the improvements were beliowd to
represent the fastest growth of productive activity since World War II. But
government officials said a more accurate picture wUI emerge when the
trend is studied over a longer period.


NIXON PEACE


AT WATERGAi E TRIAL


'Nixon to announce STATEMENT AT Defence lawyer says


unilateral ceasefire


Friday' says S. Viets

By George Eper
SAIGON (AP)- President Nixon plus to declare a unilateral
Vietnam cease-ire to start on the eve of his inauguration and
Saion has no choice but to go along, South Vietnamese sources


ported Tesdy.
"Trust me," Nixon was
reported to have said in a
personal message to President
Nguyen van Thieu of South
Vietnam.
The sources raid that barring
a last-minute hitch Nixon
intends to order the indefinite
cease-fire effective at 11 p.m.
Friday Saigon time. That is 10
a.m. Friday EST.
The President will be
inaugurated for a second term
Saturday.
The cease-fire would be
designated to convince the
North Vietnamese to release
American prisoners of war and
take the final steps toward
sealing the peace agreement
under negotiation by Henry A.
Kissinger and Hanoi's
representatives, the sources
said.
The South Vietnamese
sources did not indicate how
the unilateral cease-fire could
be enforced or what the
chances were for a positive
response from North
Vietnamese and Viet Cong
troops. But South Vietnamese
and American forces
presumably could continue
defensive operations and would
be authorized to open fire if
threatened.
For the longer term Nixon
was reported to have advised
the South Vietnamese
President that an international
agreement had been reached to
guarantee against further
hostilities by North Vietnam
once the peace accord is
signed.
The Florida White House in
Key Biscayne said it would
have no comment on what the
South Vietnamese sources said.
"There will be a great
number of these reports," said
deputy press secretary Neal
Ball. "We are not going to have
comment. We are not going to
discuss the subject."
NO COMMENT, BUT -
In Saigon, there was no
official comment from the
presidential palace, the U.S.
embassy or the U.S. military
command.
The reports emanated from
sources -with access to
discussions by Thieu and other
high South Vietnamese
officials on the latest draft
agreement.
One senior U.S. official said
it was possible they were
deliberately leaked by Saigon
because of its objections to
some conditions it feels Nixon
is imposing on Thieu.
Nixon's reported plans for a
unilateral cease-fire in the
South would run parallel to a
bombing halt he ordered into
effect across North Vietnam on
Monday night because of
progress in negotiations with
Hanoi and as an apparent sian*
to Thieu that he now considers
a settlement likely.
There were other indications
that a cease-fire and a
settlement were near despite
lack of an official
confirmation.
WORK ON DRAFT
Nixon's emissary, Gen.
Alexander M. Haig Jr.,
conferred for 2I hours with
Thieu on the latest draft
agreement before the Paris
peace negotiators.
The U.S. embassy indicated
further meetings between Haig
and Thieu and said Haig's
schedule was "open-ended."
This was taken to mean Haig
hoped to get final agreement
from Thieu before returning to
Washington, thus laying the
groundwork for Kissinger to
return to Paris to okay the
agreement with Tho.
Other sources said the South
Vietnamese President has
ordered key military aides to
Paris to join technical
negotiators working on details
of the prospective agreement.
The group, headed by Lt.
Gen. Vinh Loc, a Thieu
associate and commander of
the National Defense College,


was given the mission of
outlining plans for regroupin
opposing forces under a final
cease-fire.
The latest developments
gave new momentum to peace
hopes and produced reports
that an agreement to end the
war already has been reached.
These reports interpreted
Nixon's acting has been
reached. These reports
interpreted Nixon's actions as
an indication that Kissinger


and Hanoi negotiator Le Duc
Tho reached a basic agreement
during their six days of
intensive talks in Paris last
week.
Some South Vietnamese
government sources predicted a
final agreement would be
signed in Paris by the End of
the month. Optimistic reports
also came out of the North
Vietnamese capital of Hanoi.
BY NEXT WEEK
A pro-Communist Japanese
news agency, quoting informed
sources in Hanoi, said North
Vietnam and the United States
are expected to sign an
agreement by the end of next
week at the latest.
The Florida White House
said Kissinger will not return to
the Paris peace talks before
next week, and perhaps not
then.
Press secretary Ronald L.
Ziegler told newsmen Nixon
will make no statement to the
nation or Congress this week
on the Vietnam negotiations.
But Ziegler left open the
possibility that Nixon might
say something about Vietnam
in his televised inaugural
address.
The South Vietnamese
sources, who have access to
exchanges between Washington
and Saigon, said concessions
had been made by both the
U.S.-Saigon and Hanoi-Viet
Cong sides on essential issues
blocking a final treaty.
ACCORD REACHED
Official sources said an
accord had been reached on
the size of an international
supervisory group to enforce
the final bilateral cease-fire
once the treaty is signed.
Compromises have been made
on withdrawal of North
Vietnamese troops from South
:,Vietnam and re-establishnent
of the demilitarized zone, they
added. !
The sources said among the
contents of revised draft
proposal being scrutinized by
Haig and Thieu is a provision
for an international police
force of about 3,000 men to
supervise the final cease-fire.
Canada, one of the countries
suggested to supply troops for
the police group, said Tuesday
it has received no formal
invitation to dispatch its men,
though their participation had
been suggested by Washington
and approved by Hanoi.
Hanoi reportedly had been
demanding a force of only 250
men when the talks broke off
Dec. 13. The United States was
talking in terms of up to 5,000
supervisors, while Saigon
wanted several times that
many.


REPLY FROM SAIGON
PRESIDENT AWAITED
SAIGON, JAN. 17 (AP) Gen.
Alexander Haig Jr., President
Mxone spedal emliry, toaby
awaited President Nguyen van
Thieu's reply on a revised peace
agreement draft that could end the
Vietnam War soon.
Thereappeared to be growing
evidence that a ceasefire was
nsarin One indicator was a
7I-how meeting of Thleu with his
National Security Council and four
corp commanders; they reportedly
discussed what steps they would
take to protect the territory and
people the Saigon government now
controls once a ceas-fire goes into
effect.
Asian diplomatic sources in
Wahinston said they believe an
agreement ending the war is very
nea. They anticipated that Nixon,
in his inaugural address Saturday,
would propose postwar
rehabilitation of the economies of
South Vietnam, Cambodia and
Laos through continuing economic
and mitary assitance.
This Washington report said
there alo is expectation that the
Soviet Union, Communist c un
and other major powers will oin
the United States in guaranteeing
the cease-fre.

MITER FIGiTING
THROUGHOUT VIETNAM
SAIGON (AP) Bitter fighting
was reported Tuesday in contested
territory throughout South
Vietnam, with U.S. bombers
attacking to support Saigon's
troops and to hit southern targets
of their own.
The Viet Cong charged the
United State with persisting in
"savage bombardments" In the
South despite the bombing halt
ovr the North. A Viet Cong
broadcast monitored in Sigon said
antl-governmaet force ae
determinedd to continue their
pgrod offensive to "etep up the
struggle _ainat the United States
tor national savation."


INAUGURATION


dangerous anti-war


Wednesday, January 17, 1973.


HEATH'S TOUGH

NEW CURBS


ON INCOMES,


ON SATURDAY? groups planned violence PRICES


KEY BISCAYNE, FLA.
(AP) Vietnam negotiator
Henry A. Kissinger won't
return to Paris until next week
- and perhaps not then, the
Florida White House said
Tuesday as it repeated anew
that President Nixon plans no
public statement on peace
prospects before his
inauguration.
But Presidential press
secretary Ronald L. Ziegler
refused to discuss reports from
Saigon that the United States
and. South Vietnam would
declare a cease-fire on the eve
of Nixon's inauguration to
pave the way toward signing of
a war-ending agreement.
At least 10 times in a
half-hour news briefing Ziegler
responded to questions about
Vietnam with phrases like:
"We have an agreement with
the other side not to discuss
the substance of the
negotiations and we're sticking
by that agreement."
When newsmen kept asking
questions, Ziegler finally
declared:
"Gentlemen, I think I have
made it quite clear by my
response that I have no further
information."
The disclosures Ziegler did
make that Kissinger won't go
back to Paris this week and
that Nixon plans no report to
the public or congress on
Vietnam negotiations did
nothing to deflate the Saigon
reports of an imminent
cease-fire.
According to South
Vietnamese sources, the
unilateral cease-fire would be
designed to set the stage for an
exchange of prisoners and for
the signing by the foreign
ministers of the United States,
North Vietnam, South
Vietnam and the Viet Cong of
a peace settlement drafted in
Paris.
The sources said some
"ambiguous points" remain to
be settled in the peace
agreement. This conicides with
Ziegler's repeated statements
that peace negotiations are still
in progress.
AT INAUGURAL?
The Saigon reports indicated
that no final agreement would
be signed before Nixon's
inauguration Saturday for a
second term and Ziegler said
nothing to dispute this.
Ziegler left open the
possibility that Nixon would
have something to say about
Vietnam in his televised
inaugural address.
He also insisted that his
statement that Kissinger would
not go to Paris this week did
not conflict with his statement
Monday that the presidential
adviser would make the trip
"in the relatively near future."
The spokesman added that
he did not mean to suggest, by
ruling out this week, that
Kissinger necessarily would go
to Paris next week.


One source said: "There is no
indication that the Communist side
has abandoned any of its
ambitions."
The Saigon command reported a
light increase in the number of
ground" engagements between
South Vietnamese and Viet Cong or
North Vietnamese troops in the
24-hour period ending at 6 a.m.
Military sources said the increase
also reflected more aggressive
action by South Vietnamese forces.
The sources explained this was
the result of spoiling operations by
the South Vietnamese to pre-empt
enemy forces from gaining or
holding land in anticipation of a
cease-fire.

STATE DEPARTMENT
MAINTAINS SILENCE
WASHINGTON (AP) The
State Department is offering only
silence about reports from Saigon
of an impending cease-fire.
Spokesman Charles Bray told
newsmen: "I am in a strict no
comment position." Other officials
followed suit.
However, Bray did say that
Secretary of State Rogers had
informed the Senate foreign
relations committee and the House
foreign affairs committee his
appearance for questioning on the
Vietnam War would be more useful
if t wre delayed.
At the Capitol building, Senate
Democratic leader Mansfleld said
reports about Vietnam peace talks
sound very hoepfuL But he added,
"I was extremely hopeful last
October." Senate Republlcan leader
Hugh Scott mid there is every
indication real progress i being
made.

PARIS NEGOTIATORS
STILL HARD AT WORK

PARIS (AP) U.S. and North
Vietnamene technical experts
worked six and one-half hours
today on details of proposed peace
settlement. And they will hold
another session tomorrow.


By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP) A defense attorney aid Tuesday he
will attempt to show the Waterte break-in and bugging was
motivated by concern that potentially dangerous groups planned
violence to Republican officials including President Nixon.


Gerald Alch, attorney for
James W. McCord Jr.,
questioned a witness closely
about whether he had seen any
members of various antiwar
groups in the campaign
headquarters of Democrat
George S. McGovern.
McCord and G. Gordon
Liddy are the two remaining
defendants in the trial
involving a break-in last June at
the Democratic national
committee headquarters.
"If one is under a reasonable
apprehension regardless of
whether that apprehension is in
fact correct," Alch said outside
the courtroom, "he is justified
in breaking a law to avoid
greater harm, which in this case
would include violence against
Republican officials, including
the President."
Cross-examining Thomas
Gregory, a 25-year-old
Brighman Young University
student who said he was
planted as a spy in the
headquarters of McGovern and
Sen. Edmund Muskie, Alch
said:
"Were you present at
McGovern headquarters at the
time of these demonstrations
during the month of May,
1972: at Capitol Hill, at the
Rayburn Building, Dupont
Circle and Andrews Air Force
Base?"
A. I don't know sir.
Q. Did you see in McGovern
headquarters any members of
the Vietnam Veterans against
the war?
A. I don't think so, sir.
Q. Do you know any
members of the Vietnam
Veterans against the war?
A. No, sir.
Alch said outside the
courtroom that the attempt 3to
ferret out incipient
demonstrations was a key to
his defense of McCord.
McCord was security
co-ordinator for the
Committee for the Reelection
of the President on June 17
when he was arrested in the
Watergate building. Liddy, not
apprehended inside but
charged with the burglary, was
consul for Nixon's campaign
finance committee.
Alch said he will attempt to
show that potentially violent
groups were supporting the
Democrats who were being
spied upon and were in contact
with the groups.
Alch said "we will show he
(McCord) had conferred with
law enforcement officials
regarding the threat of violence
in relation to the presidential
campaign in the Washington
area and to the convention.
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when he trapped five men in
Democratic headquarters last
June 17, one of them
implored, "Keep _cool, you
got us!" John J. Barettt, a
plain clothes patrol man said a
trail of taped-open and
scratched locks led him and
two other officers to McCord
and four others ransacking an
office in the Watergate
complex. The policemen, he
said, were in bluejeans while
the arrested men wore suits
and ties.
There were lights in one
office, he testified, and he took
up a position behind a
partition.
"The back part of an arm
appeared not an inch from my
face," he said. "This arm came
down. Needless to say I was
alarmed. I jumped back.
"I yelled "Hold it, stop.
"I saw numerous hands go
up over the partition. As they
went up, I saw gloves, surgical
gloves of blue and white. I
worked them out I said
'come out.'
"As the subjects came out,
one of the subjects, I believe it
was Mr. Sturgis, said 'keep
cool, you got us.'
Frank A. Sturgis, Euginio R.
Martinez, Virgilio R. Gonzalez,
and Bernard L. Barker, all from
Miami, pleaded guilty Monday
to breaking into the
headquarters and planting
devices to intercept oral and
wire communications.
The seventh defendant, E.
Howard Hunt Jr., pleaded
guilty last week. All are
awaiting sentencing.
Hunt posted $100,000
surety bonds; the other four,
unable to raise similar bonds
were held in jail.
The jury of eight women
and four men also heard
testimony from Frank Wills, a
private security guard at the
Watergate who called police
when he noticed basement
doors taped open or stuffed
with cotton so the doors would
not lock.
Gregory, who said he was
paid $3,400 by Hunt to work
in the Democratic candidates'
offices, testified that money
was "a factor" in his decision
to take the spying job.
"Did you ever express any
qualms about your part to
Hunt?" Alch asked the -young
man who had been a Mormon
missionary in Brazil for two
years.
"Just at the end sir," he
said.
"Is it fair to say when the
proposition first was put to
you because it didn't bother
you."


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LONDON (AP) The British
government announced Wednesday
a sweeping programme to curb
incomes and prices for the next
three years to halt the runaway
inflation undermining the national
money, job security and prosperity.
Political informants said
Conservative Prime Minister
Edward Heath was prepared to take
his battle against inflation to the
electorate in a national ballot if
Parliament fails to vote the
necessary legislation.
Heath was presenting his tough
package to the nation personally in
a televised news conference to
underscore the seriousness of what
he called 'the world-wide problewn
of inflation.
The government said it will seek
Parliament's backing to extend for
another 60 days the outright freeze
on pay and prices that has already
lasted since Nov. 6.
But the freeze on prices will
remain in effect until the end of
April to cover the initial 30 days of
Britain's switch from the present
sales tax system to the Common
Market's Value Added Tax VAT
The pay freeze was Phase One of
the government's battle against
inflation, 'the biggest single threat'
to the nation's prosperity and "the
improvement of our standard of
living."
Phase Two, a government
document White Paper said
will limit pay rises to one pound, or
2.35 dollars, a week plus four per
cent with an outside limit of 25
pounds, or 587.50 dollars, a year.
Dividends will be held to a
maximum of five per cent annually.
Manufacturers' profit margins
will be held to the average level of
the best two years in the past five.
but price rises will only be
permitted if there are unavoidable
cost increases.
Large firms, the document said,
must seek prior approval for price
increases.
2 BOARDS
Two separate boards to supervise
pay and price increases are to be set
up.
The government said it was
seeking legislative approval to
continue its curbs for the next
three years with authorization to
extend any part of them for
additional 12-month periods.
The pay curbs, however, will last
until the autumn of 1973 and
"apply to all wages and salaries
from shop floor to board room
level." The restrictions also apply
to terms and conditions of
employment, fringe benefits and
the like.
The government said that if
Parliament enacted the Phase Two
legislation by March 31, the full
pay freeze will end then and Phasr
Two will tastt.
The whole manti-inflation policy,
the administration said, was aimed
at stabilizing prices, being fair to all
and sustaining "a faster rate of
economic growth."
The new price commission and
pay board will have full power to
regulate prices, pay, dividends and
rents. Both industry and labour will
be obliged to conform with a special
code of conduct in pay and prices
policy to be drawn up by the
Treasury.
The decisions of the two bodies
"will be binding under the law."





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EDITORIAL

Some good news


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
Good news has been a scarce commodity in the Bahamas for a
long time and so it was a pleasant surprise when I opened the
batch of Tribunes my wife brought to me from Nassau over the
week-end to find some news that pleased me.
In the newspaper business we deal in news. It is our only
commodity. Exciting news sells the paper but I enjoy writing
good news about people whom I know to be deserving of a happy
event in their lives.

The first bit of good news was the announcement that Her
Majesty the Queen had created Lord Martonmere a G.B.E.
(Knight Grand Cross of the British Empire) in her New Year's
Honours.
There are three levels of knighthood. First, not in an Order, the.
kind of knighthood I have. This is Knight Bachelor, which is the
lowest form of knighthood. Then comes Knight Commander.
And finally Knight Grand Cross.
In the past in the Bahamas it was customary for the Chief
Justice and the President of the Legislative Council to be made a
Knight Bachelor. But then the Presidency of the Legislative
Council was an appointed office. A man was appointed after long
years of service in the House of Assembly, the Executive Council
and as Leader of the Government in the House. Now that the
Presidency of the Senate is an elected office it is possible that this
practice will no longer apply.
Occasionally a Speaker of the House was given a knighthood.
This was the case with Sir Asa Pritchard.
It was a slight departure from practice when Sir Stafford Sands
and Sir Harold Christie were made Knights Bachelor. They earned
their elevation through long years in the House, service in the
Executive Council and, especially for their remarkable record of
development of the colony's resources.
My knighthood was a very definite departure. It was awarded
to me for services to the people of the Bahamas and to the
Commonwealth as was also the medal from the Royal Arts
Society in London.
A Colonial Secretary of the colony was usually awarded a
C.M.G. (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of St. Michael
and St. George). A Governor was created a Knight in the Order of
St. Michael and St. George.
The Order of St. Michael and St. George was confined to men
who had a distinguished career in the Public Service.
The Order of the British Empire is comparatively new. It was
introduced by King George V after the first world war to give
recognition to the large number of people who had performed
outstanding services during this war.
I remember .... just after the war I was in England on leave
from my regiment in the south of Italy. I visited the West India
Committee offices in London where Miss Mary Moseley, Editor
of The Nassau Guardian had served for several years in helping to
take care of the interests of West Indian troops, especially
Bahamians. She had just received an M.B.E. She was bursting with
pride when she showed it to me.
The Order of the British Empire follows the same pattern as
most of the other Orders .... M.B.E. (member), O.B.E. which I
have (officer), C.B.E., which my brother Eugene has
(commander) K.B.E. (Knight) and finally, at the top of the pile,
G.B.E., which has been awarded to Lord Martonmere.
**********
I first knew Lord Martonmere in London when he was a
Conservative member of the House of Commons with a special
assignment that required him to do a great deal of travelling in
Commonwealth countries. lie was then Sir Roland Robinson.
The last time I saw him in England he told me that he would
be leaving the House of Commons to enter the diplomatic service.
He wasn't sure whether it would be an Ambassadorial
appointment or a Governorship.
Soon after this he was appointed Governor of Bermuda, which
was then one of the sensitive areas in this hemisphere. He did
such a good job in helping to keep Bermuda on an even keel that
Her Majesty made him a Baron with the title of Lord. He took
the name of Martonmere because it had some special significance
in his early life.
I had an opportunity to see His Lordship at work in Bermuda
when my wife and I and one of our grandsons, Ollie Ferguson.
were his guests at Government House during a period in 1970.


Both Lord and Lady Martonmere are remarkable people. They
are completely free from any form of prejudice and so they
helped to save Bermuda from the folly which has been the
misfortune of the Bahamas.
I remember .... when His Lordship was created a Baron lhe
didn't know immediately whether it was a title for life or an
hereditary title.
Until recent years any title, from a Baronetcy up to a
Dukedom was hereditary. It was during the present reign of
Queen Elizabeth that men have been created Lords only for the
space of their own lives.
Lord Martonmere was pleased when he found that his was a
hereditary title that will pass on to future generations of his
family.
And so Roland Robinson has been highly honoured First a
knight, then a baron and now G.B.E.
1 cannot think of any man who is more deserving of honour
than Lord Martonmere, nor can I think of any man who has
carried his honours with greater credit.

The second piece of pleasing news was the report of the golden
wedding anniversary of Mr. James Mosko.
I have known Mr. and Mrs. Mosko ever since they came to
Nassau from Greece 47 years ago.
I have seen his woodwork shop grow from a small piece of
machinery in a tiny room on Elizabeth Avenue into a
multi-million dollar enterprise under the able direction of his son
George. I have seen his family grow into four children and 14
grandchildren .... all very fine people.
Apart from being good citizens of the Bahamas or any other
country to which some of them have migrated, the Moskos have
made a very valuable contribution to the development of the


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TORONTO MAYOR'S WIFE

ABDUCTED, THEN RELEASED

TORONTO (AP) Mayor Mel Lastman of North York, whose
blonde wife was kidnapped Monday and later released, said
Tuesday she was chained to a bed for about four hours, then
driven around Toronto blindfolded for another five hours by her


two abductors.
Police said they believe Mrs.
Lastman, 37, was held in a
house or apartment only three
or four blocks from the home
of her multimillionaire
husband in the northwest
section of greater Toronto.
There was no ransom
demand.
"They didn't harm her but it
was a terrible strain and I don't
know how she was able to hold
up so well." Lastman said.
Mrs. .astman arrived home
in a taxi later Monday night
after her release several miles
away in central Toronto.
She had been enticed from
her home earlier the same day
on the pretext that her
husband had suffered a heart
attack. Lastman, a successful
appliance dealer, said a stranger
arrived at the home and
escorted her to a parked car,
ostensibly to take her to a
hospital.
"My wife got in the front
with him," he said. "Suddenly
a second man jumped up,


pointed a pistol at her and said,
'this is a stick-up,' or
something like that.
CIIAINDI TO BED
"Then they made her lie
face-down in the back seat and
covered her with a blanket, so
she has no idea where the)'
took her."
lie added the pair "chained
my wife to a bed facing the
wall for what she thinks must
have been four hours."
Then she was unchained,
blindfolded and driven around.
The car finally drove into an
apartment building's
underground garage in
midtown, and Mrs. Lastman
was told to stand facing a wall
for 25 minutes. It was from the
garage that she returned home.
returned home.
At the request of police
chief Harold Adamson,
Lastman would not say
anything about what the pair
told his wife while they held
her or why they gave up any
idea of ransom.


East Germany asked to


SEC rule that mutual funds


may hold Stock seats


WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission cleared the way Tuesday for brokerage firms owned
by mutual funds, pension funds and other financial giants to hold
seats on the United States' stock markets.


To insure that small
investors are protected from an
enormous concentration of
economic power, the SEC said
that the brokerage affiliates
must do at least 80 per cent of
their business for the public
rather than 'or the people who
own them or for other
institutional investors.
A controversy has simmered
for years over whether mutual
funds and other institutional
traders controlling vast
amorints of stock should be
represented on the floor of
stock markets.
The new rule is effective
March 1 5.
The issue may wind up in
court. Most of the nation's
stock exchanges bar large
institutional investors from
holding seats.
SEC chairman William J.
Casey said that the new rule is
a "crucial first step in the
restructuring of the securities
markets."
Casey said that the central
market system under which all
the nation's stock exchanges
will be tied together through a
common communications


system requires a "corps of
professional brokers and
recompense Jewish victim ni ar k et-makers serving


LONDON (AP) A
four-day conference of
European Jewry, the largest
post-war Jewish Congress,
concluded Tuesday after
calling on East Germany to
recompense Jewish victims of
Nazism.
The conference, organized
by the World Jewish Congress,
demanded that the German
Democratic Republic join West
(ermany in "bearing its
proportion of Germany's total
liability for the material losses
sustained by individual Jewish
victims of Nazi persecution."
The Jewish claims, laid out
in a dissertation prepared by
Dr. Stephen Roth, executive
director of the European
division of the World Congress,
fall into three categories:
e-Individual claims for
restitution of confiscated assets
or assets disposed of under
duress.
&-lndividual claims for
compensation for deprivation
of liberty, damage to life,
health, economic career etc.
e-Global claims for costs
incurred in resettling and
rehabilitating Nazi victims.
Since 1952 West Germany
has paid nearly 22 billion
dollars to Nazi victims inside
and outside Israel.
The 200 delegates attending
the Congress were told East
Germany "took the view that
she had no obligation to pay
compensation since, contrary
to West Germany, she had
eradicated Nazism." The
delegates are expected to urge
their respective governments to
make diplomatic recognition of
East Germany dependent on
financial restitution.
Turning to the Soviet Union,
Dr. Bruno Pitterman, chairman
of the Socialist international
and former Austrian
vice-chancellor, demanded that
the 'education tax' levied on
Jewish emigrants be scrapped
"for the purpose of family
reunion."
Although this tax ostensibly
had been imposed on all
members of professions said to
belong to the intelligentsia,


Pitterman said, Jews were
virtually alone in bearing its
brunt.
No Soviet delegates attended
the conference. Of the
Communist nations only
Yugoslavia was represented.

JANE FONDA

DIVORCED, &

TO REMARRY
SANTO DOMINGO, Jan. 16
(AP) Actress Jane Fonda was
divorced here today from
movie director Koger Vadim, a
Dominican court source said.
The source added Miss
Fonda had arrived in Santo
Domingo under the name of
Jane S. Plemiannikov to take
advantage of this country's
"quickie" divorce law.
A source from the
Rodriguez-Vicini law firm that
represented Miss Fonda at the
divorce trial here said no
further details would be
forthcoming as its U.S. law
associated had strictly advised
them that Miss Fonda desired
no publicity.
Miss Fonda and Tom
Hayden, a fellow antiwar
militant, have announced plans
to marry.
The source said Miss Fonda
arrived Monday in Santo
Domingo.
The newspaper Ultima Hora
said Miss Fonda went for a
sunbath Monday at Boca Chica
Beach and a large crowd
gathered.
Miss Fonda and Hayden held
a news conference in New
York earlier this month at
which she called for renewed
pressure on President Nixon to
end the Vietnam War.
The U.S. government has
announced it will drop riot
charges against Hayden and
four others involved in
demonstrations at the
Democratic national
convention in Chicago. But the
government said it plans to
retry the five and two others
on contempt charges that were
set aside last year.


Bahamian people.
When I was a boy in Nassau there were several Bahamians who
were highly skilled in woodwork. They made all kinds of
furniture in mahogany, especially the big four-poster beds. I
particularly remember three men .... Mr. Longley, Mr. Godfrey
and Mr. Lightbourn, grandfather of Reginald and Ralph Wood
who have done so well in the public service. They carved their
pieces with a lathe operated by a big wheel. I often went to Mr.
Longley's place to turn the wheel for him.
By the time Mr. Mosko came to the colony this industry had
been killed by cheaper factory made furniture. This furniture was
very flimsy but it was more attractive to the average Bahamian
than the hand-made product. And so this became a lost art.
It was fortunate for Mr. Mosko that when he came to the
Bahamas it was at the height of the "bootleg" industry. Newly
rich men were building pretentious houses which provided a
suitable setting for his superior work. And so he prospered.
Under his son George the business has launched out into major
construction and he is now one of the leading contractors in the
colony.
More important still .... most of the really highly skilled
workmen in the manufacture of mahogany furniture in the
colony today received their training directly or indirectly from
the Mosko enterprise.
The Moskos have a great deal of which they can be justifiably
proud.
***4.4** *
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Growth is the only evidence of life.
-CARDINAL NEWMAN

Be not afraid ;' greatness: some min are born great, some
achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.
SHAKESPEARE


investors."
ADVANTA(;
There is a distinct advantage
to being a member of an
exchange. The brokers are
better acquainted with the
direction of the market, can
react more quickly and are able
to trade at lower commission
rates.
"The commission views this
as an opportunity for
institutions to diversify by
entering the public brokerage
business bringing much-needed
new capital into that sector
and increasing the quality and
scope of competition in
investor service," Casey said.
The SEC said that rules of
stock exchanges that in effect
bar brokerage affiliates of big


institutional investors must be
dronnped


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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


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Tomatoes are still


in good supply

TOMATOES are still coming in at the Potter's Cay Produce Exchange. There is probably
nothing in which a tomato shines better than in a salad. There are dozens of ways to prepare them
from simply slicing with lettuce to marinating in all sorts of concoctions. Here are a few salad


recipes to help reduce the bumper tomato crop.
Tomatoes can easily be before service, pour out the
peeled by dipping them in dressing and fill each cavity
boiling water for about 10 with the rice mixture.
seconds. WITH PEPPER
Peel some large tomatoes This recipe for tomato and
and cut a thin slice off the top pepper salad calls for cooking
of each. Scoop out the pulp. the vegetables first. Broil six
Drain the shells on paper tomatoes, two red peppers and
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towels. Mix a cup of cooked
rice lightly salted with
one-and-a-half cups green peas.
Ft t, k Ar.inn di ..birmhin half


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ro- te e ,ressang, comlI, ne a
a teaspoon salt with a little TOMATOES are at the
pepper, dry mustard and a exchange this week. So are
quarter cup tarragon vinegar. cabbages, lettuce, and
Beat in three-quarters cup salad radishes.
oil a little at a time. Look for green peppers,
Pour enough of the dressing bags of thyme, lots of
over the rice and peas to make coconuts, a few avocados.
them moist. Pour a little There are goat peppers, citrus
dressing in each tomato and let and some pumpkins.
them sit for a while. Just ------- --..


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two green peppers until the
skins start to brown. Turn
them a few times. Peel, seed
and corasely chop and put into
a' serving bowl. Add a
chopped onion, a quarter cup
salad oil and a little lemon
juice. Add a few capers if you
wish. Garnish with slices of
hard boiled egg and chill.
AND BRANDY
Brandy adds to this salad.
Peel and slice three tomatoes
and add a teaspoon of brandy,
a little salt, pepper and sugar.
Let the tomatoes stand for a
couple of hours. Garnish with
onion rings.
For a spicy salad, try adding
ginger. Peel, seed and chop two
tomatoes and add half a cup


thinly sliced onion rings.
Combine the juice of a lemon,
a quarter teaspoon ginger plus
salt and pepper to taste. Pour
the dressing over the tomato
and onion mixture and garnish
with thinly sliced peppers.
These marinated tomatoes
should stand for four hours to
bring out the full flavour. Peel
and slice six large tomatoes in a
bowl alternately with thin
onion slices. Sprinkle each
layer with chopped parsley and
mix the salad gently with
three-quarters cup salad oil and
a quarter cup vinegar, salt and
pepper.
Fill tomato shells with
cucumber by peeling, seeding
and draining six tomatoes. Peel


and seed two cucumbers and
cut into small cubes. Mix them
with half a cup sour cream, a
teaspoon Worcestershire sauce,
a bit of salt, pepper and lemon
juice. Fill the shells with the
cucumber mixture and sprinkle
with dill.
Here is a casserole which
calls for green tomatoes.
Cook eight large green
tomatoes and three onions all
sliced until they are mushy.
Stir in some curry powder, salt
and paprika. Let the mixture
cool and stir in one and a half
cups sour cream. Pour into a
casserole and sprinkle with
coarse buttered bread crumbs
and Parmesan cheese. Bake at


350 degrees until the crumbs
are browned.

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By Fred Coleman
LONDON (AP) The
British government gave
qualified approval Monday to
the redevelopment of Covent
Garden, central London's vast
fruit and vegetable market on
land worth more than a billion
dollars.
But environment minister
Geoffrey Rippon, in
announcing the decision,
stressed that the government
will not tolerate steps to turn
the quaint and colourful area
into "a concrete jungle."
Rippon said the Greater
London Council can go ahead
with its plans to build homes,
offices, a park and sports
centre on the 100-acre site that
now includes the markets,
provided that 250 historic
buildings there can be
maintained.
Council officials went back
to the drawing boards to see if
they could cope with the
modifications Rippon ordered.
The future of the Covent
Garden area has served as a
major battlefield in this
country for the clash between
the forces of tradition and
change, between the
conservationists and the


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modernists.
It is an issue of some
passion, the dispute that led a
young woman to toss ink in
Edward Heath's face the day
the Prime Minister signed the
Common Market treaty for
Britain in Brussels.
But passion is no stranger to
Convent Garden, an earthy
centre of London life in fact
and fantasy for the past 300
years. It was there that King
Charles II first met his mistress
Nell Gwynn selling oranges,
and there that Prof. Henry
Higgins first heard the flower
girl Eliza Doolittle murder the
English language in "My Fair
Lady."
Covent Garden is unique.
Cockney market porters can
drink through the night at
picturesque taverns when other
London pubs are shut. The
area contains 17 theatres,
offering everything from the
Royal Ballet or Opera to the
nude "Dirtiest show in town."
In between are fine old
churches and quaint
thoroughfares.
All that was bound to
change.
$12m. AN ACRE
The markets themselves are
being moved south across the
River Thames to a 64-acre site
near Battersea, and are
expected to open next year.
The argument has continued
over what should be built on
the original site and the
surrounding area. The land
there is now worth some $12
million an acre, prime turf in
the heart of downtown
London. The redevelopment
area in the council plan
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Rome dominated all of the known world for over
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Legionnaires by the tens of thousands marched across
plains, deserts and mountains, and still had the strength
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What type of food could produce this kind of stam-
ina A doctor in Tacoma, Washington decided to find out.
It was back at the turn of the present century, when
he started his search. He covered all of the popular and
familiar Roman histories which had been translated into
English. He went through the major Lain histories. And
then, sear hed the manuscripts of obscure Roman writers.
He found the answer.
The basic daily marching and fighting ration of the
Roman soldier was two pounds of whole grain wheat or
rye, coarsely ground in the army's small, portable mills,
called quernss This basic diet was only rarely supple-


mented with fresh vegetables or meat. In fact, Caesar
once wrote that his sodie, on one occasion, managed
to endure meat when the customary grain was lacking.
The doctor went to work and produced a blend of
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Husband takes the term

SPECIAL GUIDERS 'close relatives serious
MEETING TONIGHT prefer my old doctor.
GIRL Guides have been prefer my old doct oe
GIRL Guides have been a wh Ian do about this. I don't ant to
meeting at 8 o'clock tonight at t t th
ak e dng to ate nd a special make a trip to the doctor's office, as! then go home with-
Guide Headquarters, West Bay out seeing a doctor hecase my own doctor won't m me,
Street. The Guides shop will be which is what I to d if happens Pum
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BFY TOMEET DEAR ABBY: My problem is wlth my husband, age 32, at t see, ad make leer that ye will e other
THURSDAY and his two nieces, ages 16 and 17. [They are sisters.] It is commra practlee for a deter to have his puutner [or
THE BAHAMAS Federation We went to an all-night roadhouse inn to have breakfast som colleague] substitute r him while he is a
of Youth will hold its weekly at 2 a. m., and my husband disappeared with the 17-year- r In an emergency, bt w ethal dotr will arbarly
meeting on Thursday at St. old for two hours. They said they were upstairs looking at transfer a patient to his rnr the coeseat and
Agnes auditorium, Cockburn the view. approval of the pataeI.
SStreet at 8 p.m. sWhen they came back I didn't say anything, but I was DEAR ABY: You are right, but only partially. In the
SfMatters relating to the i plenty mad. Whenever my husband and I take these two U. S. A. people equate fat with ugly and thin with beauty
Stan independent Bahama ous will nieces out, he takes turns dancing with them and leaves me However, in the South American comutrie the opposite s
S"b an independent. Bala mats wl sitting. It's gotten so he never takes me out alone, he's tue.
eati to oth rop always got these girls with us. He has fixed them up with When I was a chldiving n Bolv [ parenwere
participation in the dates with some of his friends who are his age, and for all missionaries] my mother was constantly told, "Senora
independence day celebrations I know my husband could be seeing them himself. He has would be very beauty se w l put on some ."
The continuation of the 1973 disappeared for whole nights and comes home with lipstick My mother wa beautiful by American standards, but
speech contest also will be a on his shirts. she was far from thin. J.D.C.
U.S. TV star gives silver for auction special feature. ilhave told the girls' mother about this and she says I
Following are those elected am silly to worry, ut I don't think I am because there s DE J. D. C.: Ey on te propaga for
U.S. TELEVISION STAR, Gary Moore and Mrs. Moore have donated the silver pieces on January 11 at a general a lot of talk about incest in their family between my hus- Bolivia! Let the South America preferece for heft get
above in aid of the third annual auction to be held for The Institute for the Mentally meeting to fill vacant offices: band's younger brother and his older sister. around in overfed U. 8. and the stepede sth cold snk
Retarded. The piece on the left is a hand-chased Sheffield biscuit box; foreground, an Gregory Armbrister has been When my husband says goodbye to these nieces, he the southern continent!
antique Elkington & Co. bonbon dish and the artistically handcrafted antique silver water elected deputy president, kisses them on the mouth. My question? Is this healthy?
shell. These items will be auctioned at Government House on Saturday, February 24, at Theresa Moxey, secretary JEALOUS IN COLORADO SURVEYORS MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT
9:30 a.m. Advanced viewing will take place on Thursday and Friday, February 22 and 23, general, Gail Strachan, assistant o T H E B A H A M A S Development is the guest
between the hours of 10 a.m. 12 noon. 2.4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Anyone wishing to secretary general and Andrew U Its not healthy, and neither is te Association of LandSurveyors speaker.
donate an item of interest, please call Mrs. Lionel Chapman at 5-3330 or 2-1875. Bastian, assistant treasurer. relationship between your husband and his young eces will hold a meeting of members
Set this swinger down and talk to him like a Dutch Uncle, and friends tomorrow at 8 p.m.
or that uncle will be in Dutch for fooling around wlth at the BASRA headquarters on
OFFICERS FOR minors. East Bay Street, west of the
H historical Society lec t re based on YOUTH GROUP DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have a little problem old Pan-Am office.
THE FOLLOWING were we need help with. We have been going to a doctor for the Mrs. Jeanette Bethel,
elected as officers of the Kemp past four years since we've moved to this town. Once, when Permanent Secretary to the
Road Youth for Action for the our regular doctor was on vacation his partner filled in for Ministry of Finance &
year: him, and Abby, the partner was fantastic! I liked him so
i n Carlton A. Martin, president; much better than my regular doctor. U BEUIEVABL
Angela Bowleg, secretary, My husband also had the partner and liked him better
THE SMITHSONIAN monitor, the U.S.S. Tecumseh. had granted first magazine Vincent Brown, vice president, than our own.
Institute last week lost The Tecumseh will be the rights and a film contract to Sherrylee Smith, treasurer, We would like to switch over to the partner but weBEAUTIFUL COLOUR
$212,305 in a legal dispute subject of an illustrated lecture others, after assuring Sammy Bain, assistant don't know how to go about it. We are so afraid of hurtingPORTRAIT
stemming from the salvage of by Norman Scott in the Expeditions Unlimited that it treasurer, and Alson Rolle, our first doctor's feelings.
the American Civil War Government House ballroom at had exclusive media-rights. assistant secretary. Do you happen to know how doctors feel about this sort
il |t gt t t6 p.m. Friday, sponsored by The Tecumseh, once part of "The organization look of thing? MRS. B.
the Bahamas Historical the Union fleet commanded by forward to making this year thi
YOU CAN RUN THE COMPUTERS Society. David Glasgow Farragut, is the most prosperous ever. At DEAR MRS. B.: I doubt that a doctor would be over-
THAT RUN THE WORLD The lecture is open to the now the property of the present it is formulating a short joyed to learn that a patient preferred his partner, and v l -
Learnto be public at a nominal fee. Smithsonian. A casualty of the term policy," its new president would like to switch. But a patient has a right to choose his on the Waterfront
COMPUTER The Tecumseh was the Battle of Mobile Bay, the iron said in a press release. "One of own doctor-unless he goes to a clinic where t i under- East Bay St. & William St.
warship that inspired the clad warship was located in the most important areas that c to that he wilh take wchever octor is Read
SNfamous cry of Rear Admiral 1967 after more than a century the organization will be stood tat e ll tae ceer doct
David Glasgow Farragut: at the bottom of the bay. concerned with is youth on. Another reader has your problem in reverse. ,our sensational January Special to keep our
in the ,USA. "Damn the torpedoes! Full PLAN development. It is felt that staff busy through the After-Christmas Lull
cOMPIUTr KEYPUNCH speed ahead!" The Smithsonian hopes to project in a new nation," he DEAR ABBY: About two months ago my doctor took in
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING The Smithsonian Institute recover and refurbish the said. a partner. The problem is that when I go to my doctor's
coMPUTERrTECHNoLoGY has been ordered by a U.S. warship as part of a plan to "It will also point to office, the nurse tells me I have to have the partner. mll lllllgel mmemnm armm
troned coun the bneoomng fields of District Court in Washington, establish an armed forces national and international I like my original doctor, and since I am paying the bill
airlines, travel, hotels. banking, etc D.C. to pay the sum named to museum on the Potomac River responsibilities," he said of the I feel I am entitled to get the doctor of my choice.
income and advancement. Come to Expeditions Unlimited Inc. of near the nation's capital. role of his organization. I am told the new doctor is "just as good," but I stil
e USA $choo, that spe,,|,ee, Pompano Beach, Fla. for Expeditions Unlimited told Applications are invited for the position of Local Manager
the rai nngot computer and Beach, Fla. for Expeditions Unlimited told
keypunch professionals. breach of contract. The basis the court that the company of well known Engineering Firm in Nassau. Applicants must
OUR SUPERIOR TRAINING of suit was a letter from an had raised $750,000 in private be Bahamian, h i o ar
ducELSvOUto BEA SUCCtSS. e officer of the Smithsonian funds for the recovery onal certificate in Mehanical or Electrical Engrinrg.
S co authorizing the company to operation and had spent At least five year's engineering experience is essential, and
eatlto ande n ,, athe raise private funds for salvaging $126,000 of its own money applicants must have sufficient commercial knowledge to
students . I*N: the Tecumseh and granting the before it learned that it did not enable them to take charge of a sales & service organization
In 0 s company exclusive media have exclusive media rights. serving the whole of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. i
Lt8PB8UO6U8I rights to the story of the After the firm had been The successful applicant would be required to undergo a
INSTITUTE recovery. awarded "the prime contract comprehensive training programme at the companies'
1E97 Oak Tree Road However, the company to recover the vessel," said the factories overseas in order to become fully conversant with
claimed, the salvagers later company, the Smithsonian the companies' products
_k __ _ + learned that the Smithsonian began changing budget f Applicants without the full engineering background
requirements and stopped the necessary, but with the potential and personality to enable I
firm from continuing the them to successfully train for the position, will be
proect considered.
A L S ISI C L SCIY project. 225-foot Tecumseh, Apply in own hand-writing to: Box No. DA3962 c/o The
almost overturned, is buried in mr m[alima mmim em
deep mud in about 30 feet of
Lecture by water at the mouth of Mobile
Bay Alabama, a few hundred
yards offshore from Fort .
NONOESAN SCOTT Morgan. In the summer of
1864, Rear Adm. Farragut .
entered Mobile Bay to close "______
noted marine archaeologist, writer, writer and one of the South's last
underwater explorer on the discovery of the remaining ports. COME JOIN US AT THE
wreck of the Loaded with Civil War battle DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE
stores, the ship struck a mine Friday Jan. 19t, for a delightful
and went to the bottom with Friday Jan 19th, for a delightful
iLS.S. I CiiSEH[ 93 of her I14-man crew. J 1 JC
inspired Farragut to shout: Historic ODray given to Bahania Museunm appearing will be the
"Damn the torpedoes! Full "[ O (i i]j)
Friday, January 19th at 6:00p.m. speed ahead!" He then ordered
his flagship to take the lead in MR. ALLISON DEAN, in his East Street museum Inspector Jack Rycroft of the with vocalist Wayne Edgecombe
Govrnment House Balhoom the attack and won the battle. Bah a sou s is's along with the co mplete Bahamws Humane S ciety Tickets are now on sale at Hyacinth's Beauty Salon
Mr. Scott is a taking possession of the last Pictured with Mr. Dean is committee member, and Cole's Pharmacy, Shirley Street. Admission will
Admission: Adults $1.00; Children 504 world-renowned marine dray used for the hauling of PHOTO: Gus Roberts be $3.00 for adults and 75c for children.


archeologist who has been merchandise from the docks
involved in major undersea to local stores. The dray was
archeological and historical owned by Mr. N. Sylven who
salvage operations in the gave it to the Bahama
Bahamas, Colombia, Jamaica Humane Society. Mr. Dean s IN D ER S FO O D M A RK
|n thoMatter of and the United States. most enthusiastic about the TATO 2
In the Matter of a dray and intends displaying it MONTROSE AVENUE SIIRLEY HEIGHTS TO OE 21 5
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST LIMITED FREE DELIVERY AND PARKING-
and in the Matter of MON.-WED. 87 FRI. AT.9CELERY 39C Ih-adl
THE COMPANIES ACT THURSDAY 88 SUNDAY MORNING 8-10
P.O. BOX 621 TELEPHONE 2-4030
OTICE is hereby given that a Petition for the
inding-up of the above-named Company by the US. CHOICE SIRLOIN TIP ROAST $1.69 Ib US. CHOIC CHCK ROAST
supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its I
Euity Side was on the 21st day of December, IlAANAS lON STEEL COMINY ITI.
.D. 1972 filed in the Registry of the said Carnation Cream (large) 4 for $1.00 I U
Supreme Court by Noroy A. Theodore, a Creditor, Libby's Whole Kernel Corn (303) 3 for $1.00SHOULDER STEAK
f the said Company. And Notice is also hereby Require the services of a Junkanoo Smash 7 for $1.00
given that the said Petition will be heard before his Cool Citrus Punch (46 ozs.) 2 for $1.00 S I
Lordship Mr. Justice James Smith on the 25th day GENERAL MANAGER Pumrose Luncheon Meat (12 ozs.) 3 for $1.00 LA B SHOULDER ROAST
of January, A. D. 1973 at 9:30 o'clock in the B& B Brand Tomato Paste (6 ozs.) 5 for $1.00
forenoon; and any creditor or contributory of the Vanish Toilet Bowl Cleaner (20 ozs.) 2 for $1.00
aid Company desirous to oppose the making of an to head up its operations in Nassau. Tide Detergent (giant) $1.00 65C Ib
Order for the winding-up of the said Company Ivory Liquid (king) $1.09 S R R
under the above Act should appear at the time o Applions are nvitd from mture mn ho Downy (king) $1.79
hearing by himself or his Counsel for that purpose have experience in the Steel fabrication and or Libby's Peas and Carrots (303) 2 for 75c
and a copy of the Petition will be furnished to any construction industry covering purchasing, Libby's Pear, Peach & 5ft Ib
creditor or contributory of the said Company production and sales. Apricot Nectar (12 ozs) 3 for 69c
requiring the same by the undersigned on payment Possession of a qualification in engineering, St. Pauli Girl Malt Tonic (6 pkg.) $1.29
of the regulated charge for the same. construction and for Business management is. au Malt onic (6 pg.
desirable, but not essential. Plumrose Boneless Ham lb. $1.79
DUPUCH & TURNQUEST, Applications in writing only giving full Dole Fruit Cocktail (303) 2 for 89c
Chambers, particulars of experience and qualifications should
Shirley Street, be addressed to: The President, Bahamas Iron N& BUTTER 1f0Al 69s
Nassau, Bahamas, Stel Co., Ltd. P. O. Box N.4885 Nassau, BU R I I
Attorneys for the Petitioner. Bahamas.







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Oibr Wribune


iE FOI SALE 11 O11 LEAS


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




NOW SHOWING
Matinee 2:30 & 4:55, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005l

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SThi answ r is...ne, it is better "
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.-TERENCE YOUNG "T, VAuLACI MPAPiR-
JOHP MWIEMAN JILIELANO
WALTER CehARI GERALD S OLOUO LIN
AMEIOO NAZZARIfrt, **. STEPHEN GELLER
PETER MAAS ., ,RIZ ORTOLANI ft,-
NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
on first come, first served basis.


Now thru Friday Last Day Thursday
IMatinee continuous from 2 Continuous showings from 3

"THE DAY THE HOT LINE HORSE" PG
GOT HOT" PG. HORS
Robert Taylor Richard Harris
Charles Boyer Judith Anderson
US PLUS PLU
S "MAN CALLED
DAGGER" PG "THE
Terry Moore ORGANIZATION" PG.

'Phone 2.2534 Barbara McNair



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Matinee continuous from 2, Evening 8:30-'Phone 3-4666

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NO ONE UNDER17 ADMITTED


A HAPPY GROUP OF
EMPLOYERS AND
EMPLOYEES seen Saturday
afternoon after the four long
service employees had
received gifts from the hotel


in appreciation of their work.
From left to right, Mr. L. W.
Rodgers, head cgncierge who
has been with the hotel 25
years, Mrs. Enid Strachan,
maid and housekeeper, with


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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND


TONY SEYMOUR



THE NITEBEATERS




BRITANNIA BAR

Monday Sunday

Off Tuesdays

7:30p.m. la.m.


I O StTE^ r ee't ,w 1 '. rl, I e l ?330 1


the hotel since 1954, Mr.
John Young, managing
director of Court Line, the
firm that owns Halcyon
Balmoral Hotel, Mr. Leroy
Lewis, who has a record of 20
years with the hotel and is a
carpenter-locksmith, Mr.
Edward Posey, a director of
Court Line, Mrs. Verlene
Saunders, pantry
supervisor who has been
with the Balmoral for 25
years, and Mr. Roger
Westoby, general manager of
the hotel.

35 WITNESSES

IN FRAUD TRIAL
THE FRAUD TRIAL of
Autrey Burgent Newbold, 23,
an accountant, and Lester
Joseph Evans, 25, a Bahamas
Electricity Corporation
employee jointly accused of
forging cheques to the value of
$14,120.59 between February
19, 1970 and November 8,
1971 opened in the Supreme
Court Monday.
Crown Sgt. Ingraham Ford,
previously attached to the CID
fraud squad, was called by
Solicitor General Langton
Hilton, prosecuting, to
testify.
Four witnesses, including
Richard Walker, manager of
the Bank of Nova Scotia, gave
evidence on Monday. Also to
testify were Alvin Clarke,
Clyde Rolle and businessman
Chan Fong.
The men, whose case was
ruled a mistrial by Chief
Justice Sir Gordon Bryce
during the October sessions last
year, are charged with eleven
counts of forgery and two of
uttering.
The jury, failing to reach a
verdict in the case last year,
was dismissed and a retrial
was ordered by Sir Gordod.
Presiding this year is Puisne
Justice Mr. James Smith who
told jurors the case is expected
to last for some time.
Of the witnesses already
heard, 35 others remain to be
called by the prosecution,
which is not proceeding with
an additional 13 counts. Last
year, the two men were
charged with 26 counts.
Newbold is represented by
attorney David Bethell and
Evans is appearing without
counsel.


Four long serving employees of



Balmoral Hotel receive awards
WITH A TOTAL OF 89 YEARS OF SERVICE between them, four member of staff of the
Halcyon Balmoral Beach Hotel, were honoured for long service in a ceremony at the hotel on
Saturday afternoon.
Mr. John Young, managing Mr. Rodgers said. of the hotel. The older
director of Court Line, the Present at the ceremony members of staff gave vivid
company that owns the were most of the department accounts of what it used to
Halcyon Balmoral, presented heads of the hotel, the general be ike, and how it has
the service awards to the four manager, Mr. Roger Westoby, changed over the yets.
employees. Two other and the food and beverage
directors of the board, Mr. manager, Mr. Urs Von Allmen.
Edward Posey and Mr. Venus The serious side over, the
joined Mr. Young. employees, the officials from
The awards were presented Court Line, and the
in order of length of service, department heads settled down
and began with the to a gay party, where talk
presentation to Mrs. Verlene revolved around the old da B
Saunders.
Mrs. Saunders is the pantry Opem 6:30 Showsstart 7 pm.
supervisor at the Balmoral. She CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREEI
has been working there since Exclue
July 12, 1948, and started out Exclusie *
as a dishwasher. Now after 25 STARTS TONITE *
years, Verlene is still happy at 7:00 "THE TEN
with her job at the Balmoral.COMMANDMENTS"
She was presented with a silver -COMMANDMENTS"
tray engraved with her name in AS IS TO
the centre, and a cash award of AINOUMIE THE RETURN : THE
$5 for every year that she has 6ST OTIO PTU OF AlT I
been employed at the hotel.
Mr. L. W. Rodgers, pastor of
the Pilgrim Baptist Church, is
the head concierge at the
Balmoral. He also has been PRooUCTION
there for 25 years, having
started as assistant head porter
in 1948. Mr. Rodgers, naturally
the most voluble of the group,
also received an engraved silver
tray and a cheque for $125.
Mr. Leroy Lewis remembers
when the Balmoral had only 85 TECHNICOLOR
rooms and was still a private M-- or1 s n -an
beach club. He had been HESTON BRYNNER BAXTER ROBINSON DECARLDPAGET DEREK
working at the Balmoral since t .
October 8, 1953, and is at
present a carpenter-locksmith.
He received an engraved silver
tray for his long service.
Married for 30 years, Mrs. .. IT ALL ADDS UP
Enid Strachan started as a maid
and housekeeper at the
Balmoral on January 1, 1954.
While the hotel closed for
business until October each '.
year, Enid worked in Sir your reusahln hut unwanted
Oliver Simmonds' home as a
personal maid and items of
housekeeper. Sir Oliver was
men owner of the Balmoral. In clothing, tools,
appreciation of her long clothing, tools,
service, the hotel presented her
with a silver engraved tray. appliances, clocks,
In presenting the awards,
Mr. Young took the fans, et
opportunity to thank the staff fans, etc.., clear out
members for their outstanding
service to the Balmoral Hotel. your closets, garage, storeroom. ..
He expressed sincere pleasure
in being present to give the all can be of help
awards to the four
deserving employees and
stressed how impressed he was to someone else.
with their records.
Mr. Young said he hoped the Donate them to
hotel would always be able to
boast of having people like
Mrs. Saunders, Mr. Rodgers,
Mr. Lewis and Mrs. Strachan in
Mr. Rodgers, in an
impromptu speech, expressed
his gratitude to the hotel on
behalf of his colleagues. ROSETTA STREET
"I pray that the efforts and
intentions for the future will TWO DOORS WEST OF
be realized, and we will all do
the best we can for the hotel," MONTROSE AVE


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C8303
IN OUT ISLANDS
FURNISHED
On pink sand beach unique 5
room designer's home, quest
cottage, fireplace, 21V2 baths,
patio, marvellous view,
swimming, fishing. H.H. Larkin
c/o Box 101, Harbour Island.

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

C8418
LOT IN HIGH VISTA
ESTATE. Best buy of the year.
Market price $7,200.00. Selling
now for only $5,500.00. Phone
21731 day. 41584 Nite. Ask
for Albert.
C8460
CASH FOR YOUR
PROPERTY. FOX BROS. Tel.
28012, Box 6104, Nassau.

C8479
FOR SALE

Furnished house in Johnson
Road Estates. $12,000.00
down, mortgage available. Call
5-8803.

C8454
FOR SALE
TWO BEDROOMS, TWO
BATHS POOL AND PATIO
Out East. With some views, was
$65,000.00 for an
immediate sale. Owner will
take $50,000.00. Some
financing. See by appointment.
DIAL NICK DAMIANOS
22033, nite 41197.
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
kp t and rights to SANDY
STO LOOKING Come see
this one. Has 4 bedrooms 22
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 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
Action numbers 22033, Nite
41197.


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C8463
BEACHFRONT GORGEOUS
acre, exclusive fashionahle out
island resort. Sacrifice, easy
terms $10,000. Phone owner
5-7224 evenings.


S FOR RENT
C8265
LARGE I BE DROOV
apartment, nicely furni,,hed.
$250 per month. Call. Chester
Thompson Real Estute
2-4777-8.
C8267
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivisioni
off Foster Street. F or
information call 3-6644.

C8286
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISIiHE
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
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.

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

C8410
BACHELOR ROOM in
respectable home in Palmdale
with private entrance. For
information call 5-1044.

C7039
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.

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

C8392
PRIME OFFICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 32351,4.

C8446
1. OFFICE SPACE: Roberts
Building, East Street.
120 sq. ft. $90.00 per month
270 sq. ft. 135.00 per month
360 sq. ft. 180.00 per month
975 so. ft. 400.00 per month
2. OFFICE & STORE: space
Out Island Traders Shopping
Centre, opposite Potters Cay.
Ideal location available for
takeout restaurant $308.33
per month. Store and office
space available from as little as
$277.00 per month.
3. OAKES FIELD AREA: one
bedroom apartments,
unfurnished $140.00 per
month.
4. OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FIELD AREA: 868 sq. ft.
$290.00 per month.
5. APARTMENTS out East
- 1 & 2 bedrooms, fully
furnished, airconditioning,
swimming pool, $255.00 &
$265.00 per month.
6. LOVELY EXECUTIVE 2
bedroom apartment, in the
east, redecorated and
refurbished $375.00 per
month.
All enquiries on the above
should be directed to Bert L.
Roberts Limited telephone
NRS. 2-3177/2-3178


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C8477
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house -
Farrington Road. Partly
furnished. Suitable for large
family or couples sharing.
Telephone and airconditioning.
Phone 35055 anytime or
77414 after 6 p.m.


C8478
2 BEDROOM 1 bathroom
attractively furnished modern
home South Beach Estate,
completely enclosed garden.
For all your rental enquiries
contact:
McPHERSON & BROWN
Real Estate
11, Charlotte street,
Telephone: 2-2680, 2-2683.

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.

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.
C8473
1. LOVE BEACH: Brand
new modern house.
Lovely beach. 4
bedrooms, 4'/2 baths.
2. VILLAGE RD.: Nicely
furnished large house with
sunroom, patio and office.
3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Ideal
for entertaining.
3. SAN SOUCI: Small house
with nice garden. 3
bedrooms. 1 bath.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
AT BAYCROFT
4. 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. 0. Box
N8164, Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042
C8270
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C8481
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
unfurnished apartments. on the
corner of Acklins Street and
Cordeaux Avenue. Phone
52527.
C8483
BAYCROFT 1 bedroom
apartment, beautifully
furnished, ocean view, pool,
telephone, $285 monthly. Call
mornings 42113.


FOR SALE OR RET

C8462
COLONIAL DIGNIFIED
stone hilltop, two bathroom,
nicely furnished residence.
Overlooks western edge town.
Lease $300 month, spacious,
tiled livingroom patios,
laundry, maid's quarters,
phone, television, children's
pool, acre grounds. Convenient
beaches, golf, airport. Phone
5-7224, evenings.


WI MTSTO RENT

C8469
VERY RESPONSIBLE,
mature European couple
without children seek to take
care of residence or apartment
effective March 1, 1973.
First-class references available.
Please reply to Adv. C8469,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N.3207, Nassau.




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.


C8484
1 FENDER Bass Amp., 2 J. B.'
L. speakers 15" 8 months
old going for only $350.
Owner leaving island. Phone
5-1606.


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


C8358
1967 MORRIS 1000 Traveller
- good running condition.
$650 or nearest offer. Call
2-4173 between 9 a.m. -- 5
p.m. weekdays.

C8402
1970 MORRIS 1100 for sale.
Good condition. Phone 24076,
or 53746
C8434
1968 FIREBIRD power
steering, power brakes tape
deck included. Phone: 28616
day. Night 41298.
C8416
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTIONS


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


$1500

$2800

$2400

$1895

$825
$1600

$2300

$650

$1895

$2800

$2400

$1795

$450


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


WIn S TO BUY
C8487
CASH for your furniture and
other effects. Fox Bros.
Furniture Outlet, Dowdeswell
Street (4 doors east of Deveaux
St.), P. 0. Box 6104 ES,
Nassau, Bahamas. Telephone
2-8012. We Buy, Sell and Rent.

I MARINE SUPPLIES
C8283
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

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.

C8384
BAHAMAS YACHT SALES
JAMES W. ALBURY
P. o BOX seo599
NASSAU.BAHAMAS
TEL. Zeo079
DISTRIBUTOR FOR

TROJANYACHT -
A DIVISION OF
HITTlAKER


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C8464
REVIVAL NIGHTLY
AT 7:30 P.M.
FAITH TEMPLE
PALMDALE
Rev. Daniel Hampton,
Evangelist.


SCHOOLS

C8396
BOOK-KEEPING II. Students
wishing to register for Evening
Classes commencing 18th
January are asked to contact
Mr. Smith at 2=8901 or
3-4843.

C8409
GUITAR LESSONS .... taught
by Derek. For information call
5-2354.

POSITION WANTED
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 confidence to: Adv.
No. C-7050, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau,
Bahamas.


h (Srtbut.
CLASSIFIED ADVS.


P LEII WANTED


I I


opening for SENIOR NIGHT
AUDITOR ... applicant must
have 3 years experience ...
apply in person with references
to Mr. Morgan.


C8475
DIVING CAPTAIN: Certified
Diver to run dive boats, help
with diving duties and assist on
diving trips, in charge of repair
and maintenance of diesel and
gasoline engines and
maintenance of air compressor,
Must have experience with
dive groups, skills and
experience with engines and
Compressors and must be in
possession of Captain's licence.
Reply to: UNEXSO, P. O. Box
F2433, Freeport, G.B.I.


P LEII MNTED


C8472
HOUSEKEEPER &
RECEPTIONIST. References
preferred. Room and Board
free. Wages open for
discussion. Telephone collect
or write: Sunser Inn, Harbour
Island.


Small in size, but
performing an important
function when needed ...
what would we do without.
paper clips, pins, needles,


etc.?
Classified Ads are like that
too! In fact, they do more
things for more people at
lower cost than any other
form of advertising!
Place your ad now in The
Tribune Classified section.


iNAND BA HAMA I

IN FREEPORT TEL3S2-660IP


C8271
REFRIGERATION
MECHANIC. Should have 3 to
5 years experience on domestic
appliances. Salary subject to
negotiations. Phone BESCO
2-1070.
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.

C8470
THE ROYAL Bank of Canada
requires the services of four
stenographers. Applicants must
be able to type a minimum of
45 words per minute and take
100 words per minute
shorthand. For an interview,
telephone Personnel
Department, 2-8701.

C8466
SHOP MANAGERESS for
international firm, must be
able to assume training of
Personnel. At least (5) five
years experience in China,
Crystal and Giftware as well as
purchasing knowledge of
components on Lead Crystal
and Fine Bone China is
essential.
Ideal applicant should be able
to read and understand French
or German. For interview,
please write to P. 0. Box
F-2442, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C8461
EXPERIENCED sales person
required for retail shop. Please
write to P. 0. Box N-804 giving
details.
C8378
WANTED: Gardener,
Handyman. Full time. Inquire
3-1975.
C8467
OPERATIONS AGENT
FREEPORT
EASTERN AIRLINES has an
immediate opening for an
Operations Agent at Freeport
International Airport.
Responsibilities of the position
include complete handling of
all functions associated with
the arrival and departure of
aircraft; radio and teletype
communications; and baggage
service.
Minimum qualifications: Age:
21 and older
Education: High School
diploma or equivalent
certification College training is
preferred. Send resume to:
Post Box 2583, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C8355
THE NASSAU
BEACH HOTEL
has vacancies for Senior Night
Auditors with the following
qualifications:-
(1) At least 5 years experience
at senior level with large hotel.
(2) Good references and
unblemished character.
(3) Ability to co-ordinate all
work between front desk and
accounting department, and be
prepared to teach and instruct
other employees in this field.
Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and
experience.
Interested parties should apply
to Department of Human
Resources, Nassau Beach
Hotel, P. 0. Box N-7756.
Telephone 7-7711. Written
resume stating full
qualifications, experience and
references must be furnished.

C8476
HOLIDAY INN has immediate


the International Hotel, P. 0
Box F-684 Freeport, Granc
Bahama or telephone 352-9661
for interview.


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CLASSIFIED


ADVS.


BRING RESULTS FAST

TELEPHONE
252 -- ASOR


C8412


SUIE APARTMENT FOR SALE


One of the Nicest of Baycroft Condominium One-Bedroom
Apartments.

e COMPLETELY FURNISHED & EQUIPPED
VIEW OF SEA FROM PRIVATE BALCONY
USE OF SWIMMING POOL


27,500 (Firm Price)

TELEPHONE 4-2113
MORNINGS ONLY PLEASE.


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C8438
NASSAU PUBLIC
LIBRARY
Qualified librarian required;
F.L.A., A.L.A. or equivalent
degree in Library Science
essential. Applicants must have
experience in cataloguing and
classification and should be
able to type.
Applications should be
addressed to:-
The Chairman, Board of
Trustees, Nassau Public
Library, P. 0. Box N-3210,
Nassau.

C8486
1. SHORTHAND/typist with
knowledge of general office
routine.
2. Real Estate Salesman with
previous experience in real
estate selling.
3. Merchandise salesman with
experience in selling various
types of consumer products.
Applicants should call 2-7612
daily 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3
p.m.to 5 p.m.


WANTED
C8482
WORKING PARTNER in new
advertising company. Must be
able to handle accounts
efficiently and take care of
media responsibilities.
Knowledge in Marketing and
background in Public Relations
will be an asset. Phone 3-4999,
evenings.

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

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.

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

C8279

CdrPt Cuom,

/Broheraaea Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
-P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING,'STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
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. 0. Box N56,
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.



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.
LITTLE
THINGS
ARE
IMPORTANT


C7054
MECHANIC REQUIRED:
Complete knowledge of the
workings of Lister-Blackstone
general motors and Deutz
diesel engines. Must be familiar
with generation and
distribution equipment. Five
years experience is required.
Reference letters needed.
,SECRETARY REQUIRED:
Must be able to work with
large Conventions. Typing and
Shorthand required at 60
w.p.m. Must be neat in
appearance and be able to
work on own.
LAUNDRY MAN Two to three
years experience is required.
Must be able to work with
large laundry machines. This
job requires a lot of standing.
COMPTROLLER: Must have
College degree in accounting
with at least 10 years of public
accounting or equivalent in
Hotel industry. To control
operations of 600 room
Hotel- Mar ina-Stores-Res-
taurants and Bars.
TYPIST CASHIER: Must be
able to type accurately at 55
w.p.m., must be able to do
cashier work and know how to
operate NCR 4200 machine.
Must also be able to work on
her own. Pleasant personality,
neat in appearance.
PROGRAMMER: Must have at
least 5 years experience in
Fortran IV and R.P.G.
computer languages, and know
all phases of hotel data
processing systems.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
AND COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA PERSONNEL
OFFICE BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.,
MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY.


I FORSALE
C7046
5.5 Meter racing Yacht
3 Suits Sails Good condition
$1200 O.N.O.
Telephone 352-5635 Days
373-1585 Evenings.

C7038
1959 Chevrolet 1/2 ton Pick-Up
with utility body $200.00
1965 Volkswagon Pick-Up
$200.00
1961 Singer Station Wagon,
Automatic $400,00
ALL DUTY PAID. Phone
352-6239
C7063
,JENKINS PLACE Three
bedroom and two bath house
on large lot, unfurnished,
$1,000.00 down and $270.00
per month.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-
We have 3.89 acres zoned
tourist commercial fronting on
East Sunrise Highway
originally cost $180,000.00
will sell for $30,000.00 cash.
CONTACT: Universal
Properties Limited, 3 & 4
Savoy Building, Phone:
352-7355/6.


HELP WANTED
C7058
REFRIGERATION AND
AI R -CONDITIONING
ENGINEER: CERTIFICATE
FROM ACCREDITED
AIR-CONDITIONING AND
REFRIGERATION SCHOOL
REQUIRED. MUST BE ABLE
TO DESIGN, ESTIMATE AND
MAINTAIN ALL TYPES OF
REFRIGERATION AND
AIR-CONDITIONING UNITS
AND ALLIED EQUIPMENT
AND HAVE A GOOD
KNOWLEDGE OF
ELECTRICITY.
PLEASE REPLY TO: FOOD
FAIR STORE, P. 0. BOX
F-2416, FREEPORT.

C7053
ONE HOUSEMAN to clean
hallways, vacuum, transport
linen to and from Linen Room,
sweep and attend all requests
by supervisor, experienced
applicant preferred.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to Kinq's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.

C7059
EX PERIENCED
HAIRSTYLIST capable of
cutting and styling, coloring
and perming ladies' hair.
EXPERIENCED BARBER -
capable of all phases of cutting,
styling, coloring and
perming men's hair. Ability to
style ladies' hair an asset.
COSMETOLOGIST capable
of giving facial treatments,
manicures and pedicures. Body
massage an asset.
YOUNG LADIES -to train as
Hairstylists.
International Hotel Beauty
Salon, P. 0. Box F-775,
Freeport.


HELP WANTED I
C7045
HEAVY DUTY diesel and gas
mechanic with a knowledge ot
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.
C7051
PLANT SUPERINTENDENT
for Soft Drink Bottling Plant.
Must be experienced Filler
Operator and Bottling Line
Mechanic, with minimum of 5
years experience in Modern
Bottling Plant back shop
operation. Also capable of
figuring formula for drinks and
understanding of temperatures
and pressures in bottling,
maintenance of delivery
equipment and ability to
handle men. Give references as
to honesty and dependability
with reply. Good salary
corrmensurate with ability and
experience.
Leader Beverages Ltd., P. 0.
Box F- 110, Freeport, Bahamas.

C7052
4 FOOD WAITRESSES- to
work split shift, neat in
appearance, must be able to
read and write, experienced
applicant preferred.
3 BUS BOYS to work shift,
nedt in appearance, able to
read and write.
STOREKEEPER/CLERK -
Male, to take charge of
Engineering stores, Purchase
requisitions, answer telephone,
co-ordinate service calls, attend
to clerical duties, must be
familiar with engineering
materials.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department.

C7061
GOLF CART MECHANIC -
Applicants should have
extensive experience in the
general maintenance and repair
of "E-Z-GO" golf carts which
are specialized electrically
operated motor vehicles. Only
applicants with previous
experience will be considered.
Apply to: Devco Personnel,
18C Kipling Bldg., P. 0. Box
F-2666, Freeport, G.B.I.

C7062
MEDICAL SECRETARY AND
BOOKKEEPER WANTED BY
,LUCAYAN MEDICAL
GROUP. APPLICANT
SHOULD HAVE
KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL
TERMINOLOGY, MEDICAL
INSURANCE PROCEDURES
AND BE ABLE TO OPERATE
N.C.R. MACHINE. SALARY
ACCORDING TO
EXPERIENCE.
APPLICANTS SHOULD
APPLY TO BOX F-827,
FREEPORT.

C7057
15 GARBAGE COLLECTORS
no experience necessary,
must be over 21 years old.
1 GARBAGE TRUCK
MECHANIC 3 to 5 years
experience in multi sequence
hydraulics and diesel engine
repairs. Must have automatic
transmission experience in
repairs and heavy equipment
repairs. Apply in person to:
Sanitation Services Co., Ltd.,
Keats St. Freeport.

C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid.- excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C7U60
BOILER OPERATOR -
required with at least three
years experience in this
capacity. Applicant must have
knowledge of boiler water
treatment, cooling tower
equipment and domestic water
systems.
Interested persons should
contact Miss M. Adderley al


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Wednesday, January 17, 1973.











Wednesday, January 17, 1973.


fflht Zitrihuni


[,-O FIC i5R


"The boss never loans me money, but I keep asking. I
like to remind him tt t my salary never stretches
from payday to payday."


Rupert and the Beanstalk-55


In less time than it had
taken to grow, the beanstalk
vanishes into the ground,
leaving only a dark patch
where it once stood. I
can't believe it!" whispers
Rupert. "There's no trace of
it now." The Elves are glee-
ful. "We knew the shrinking
mixture would work quickly,"


says their leader. It was the
only way to stop that giant
from climbing down our bean-
stalk. Besides, we don't need
it any more." He gives
Rupert the box which had
held the magic beans. I've
filled it with seeds from Giant
Land," he smiles. It's your
share for what you've done."


S-'OF COMWS TIE SKy w SWU)l, M1 TH SS
SHOUlD W E W/.. .AN' HEWR' NO TULLIN'W47
CLoRepBR HAIRt S'SED To 6E,

Brother Juniper


"Here's your slippers, ol' buddy. NOW is there anything
else?"


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Introduce 23. Wraparound
6. Grandma 25. Study
Moses 26. Provided
10. Consolidation capital
11. Meander 28. Rolled tea
12. Snake crane 31. Urge
13. Apportion 32. Hydrogen
14. Prude 33. Skidded
15. Take steps 34. Later
17. Soft metal 36. Uncovers
18. Hankering 38. Weed
19. Inventive 39. Father
21. Wapiti 40. Assassinate
22. Tempo 41. Imprint


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from tr e Cawrrl fi"WIr N Iasta.
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day of changes
and new arrangements. It is necessary that most
everyone remain objective to avoid becoming so sensitive that
feelings are hurt and a pouting attitude prevents productive
results. Improve home surroundings. Please bigwigs.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Look around your home and
make those repairs that are necessary quickly and well. Do
whatever will create more harmony there. Avoid newcomers
who have an eye on your assets
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Shop with care and be
careful you are not shortchanged and do not leave purse or
wallet where others can pick it up. A letter you may receive
could prove disappointing, but it is not so bad. Take it easy.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Try to add to your savings
account instead of spending money more lavishly, as you are
tempted to do to your detriment. Making repairs to home is
wise. Add to its value and comfort.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Take the time to
make yourself more attractive so you leave a fine impression
on others. Get out to your favorite beauty shop or barber. The
evening can bring fine results socially.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You had better get busy on
unfinished duties instead of jumping into new outlets that you
know little about as yet. A good pal needs your assistance. Be
sure to give it generously. Take it easy in p.m.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have a fine friend who
will help you put some plan across successfully, so be sure to
accept aid given you. Later, repay social obligations that are
important. Avoid one whose thinking is negative.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Handle civic affairs well and
show you are an absolutely A-1 citizen. You have to get new
equipment if you are to handle some vocational work
particularly well. Don't labor under an unnecessary handicap.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) This is the right day to get
some new idea rolling that can bring you added income,
revenue. Make new and efficient associates who can be most
helpful to you. Drive away fear and be more sure of yourself.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Study those monetary
responsibilities well and handle them with intelligence today.
Don't neglect taxes and insurance. An expert can give right
pointers about new investments you are considering.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Use tact and courtesy in
dealing with partners today since they are in a very peevish
mood. Show you are objective where needed changes are
concerned. A little firmness is wise there.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) There is plenty of work
ahead of you and this suits you to a T, since you like nothing
better than to be gainfully employed. Describe your plan to
co-workers so they understand it and can work along with you
intelligently. Relax tonight.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Having a good time is fine
today provided you do not bring people together who do not
like each other, so stick to congenials. Some creative idea you
have needs a little revision for more success with it. Work some
tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY... he or she will be
one of those very cooperative young people if you teach early
not to be so sensitive and self-absorbed that others will barely
want to say hello to your progeny. If you make sure the diet is
right, this can be very helpful. There is a good mind here that
needs the right kind of education, which should be slanted
toward such things as building, selling, engineering, beauty
culture, etc. Not very good at sports.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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endgame by Leonid KIube
looks a clear draw at first s'ht,
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Par times 1 minute, endgame
master; 2 minutes, endgame
expert; 5 m:utes, county
stadard; 10 miu te. l3,
strength; 15 nirnutes, average;
30 minutes. novice.
SOLUTION No 9559 -

Chess Solution
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solution only if you considered
Black's defence 3 .. R-B7 ch:
4 RxR, B xP and its refutations
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Adderley High girls revenge



loss of boys team to Aquinas


A. F. ADDERLEY HIGH senior girls basketball team in a
revengeful attack on Aquinas College for the clobbering given
their senior boys by the Aces on Monday, frolicked to a 32-17
victory over Aquinas College senior girls last night at the
Garfunkel Auditorium.


Spurred by the consistency '
of Carolyn Smith and Marilyr,
Toote, Adderley High took the
lead early in the first quarter
which they held 10-4 by the
end of the first quarter.
Smith, who top scored with
17 points, continued her
offensive attack and advanced
Adderley High's lead 14-4 in
the second quarter before
Joyce Thompson on a free
throw increased Aquinas by
one.
Aitnough Alice Wells and
Thompson led an aggressive
offensive attack on Adderley
High, inaccurate shooting
placed them 13 behind (26-13)
by the end of the third quarter.
Ernestine Butler coining on
in the third quarter to
strengthen Adderley Iligh's
rebounding power saw them
open a 15 points gap late in the
fourth quarter and won 32-17.
Joyce Thompson scored
nine for Aquinas and Sandra
Sweeting had four.
St. Augustine's College
sparked by Denice Morris and
Stephanie Knowles, with eight
points each, squashed L. W.
Young High 22-2 yesterday in
the senior girls basketball
game.
Ida Miller scored the sole
basket for L. W. Young in the
first quarter when they took a
two-nil lead.
Both sides ended tied in the
first quarter but St. Augustines
pulled away to score eight in
the second, six in the third
and six in the fourth quarter.
"We just need more practice
and work together as a team,"
commented coach Jane Graves,
of L. W. Young. "This is the
first time they played together
as a team and they got a bit
nervous."
Five foot eight inches
forward Winsome Davidson
popped in 20 points to lead St.
John's College senior girls to a
28-1 victory over C. C.
Sweeting during yesterday's
game.
Shelly Bullard on a free
throw scored Sweeting's sole
point in the fourth quarter.
Janet Bethel before being
fouled out scored four points
for St. John's and Mavis
Bullard scored the remaining
four.
S. J. C. playing a man to
man full court press forced
many turnovers and coupled
with Sweeting's inaccurate
shootings topped the four
quarters 8-0, 7-0, 6-0, and 7-1.
Government High School
senior girls overcoming a
disruption of their game,
outscored Prince William High
21-1 1 yesterday at
Government High.
Having to put up with
outside disturbance which
slowly crept onto the field,
Government High, behind the
shooting of Sharon Bascom,
moved to a 14-6 first quarter
lead.
Both sides went scoreless in
the second quarter but as
Bascom came on strong in the
third quarter. Government
High increased to 21 where
they remained. Prince Will


scored five between the third
and fourth quarter.
The senior boys basketball
series continue this afternoon
with St. Augustine's playing
Queen's College and L. W.
Young at St. Anne's in the
Eastern Division.
Aquinas play Government
lhgh, Senior Iigh play
Adderley High; and Prince
William play St. John's in the
Western Division.


THE C. C. SWEETING senior boys basketball team who lost their opening game to St.
JJohn's College on Monday 69-55 will be seeking their first win when they take on A. F.
Adderley High this afternoon. A. F. Adderley High also lost their opener to Aquinas
College Aces 71-23. C. C. Sweeting's team from left (standing); coach Rodney Johnson,
Danny Stubbs, Mathew Leckey, Garth Grant, Tyrone Blyden, Patrick Moss, Kevin Rolle,
Rick Adderley head coach; (KNEELING) Bradley Swaby, Whitfield Hutchenson, Wilfred
Culmer, Harry Woodside, Dwain Wilkerson and William Carey.


City Market breaks record

THE TIME FOR BREAKING RECORDS seems to be in the
air. Just a few weeks ago, Claridge's set a new record for team
single high game when they bowled 1129. On Friday night
another record was broken, a most difficult one to break, -
that is, the team triple for one night.


The high triple was set last
year by Bahamian Lumber
when they combined games for
a total of 3039. City Market
smashed this set as they
amassed pins for a total of
3045 to smash the previous
record by 6 pins.
Congratulations to Tony
Roberts 207 (566). Jerry
Fryers 199 (580), Billy
Roberts 223(604), Winston
Bethel 245(637) and Ronnie
Turnquest 245(658) on an
excellent team performance.
The games were 1009, 1066
and 970.
City Market bowling
without the league's top scorer,
Burnice Sands, seemed to be
confident of setting a new
record. Just imagine what the
scores could have been like if
Burnice bowled, perhaps 3100?
City Market set the new
record and completely
dominated the scoring as they
won three games from Home
Furniture. This was the only
Friday that the Plaza league
will be bowling, a night I am
sure that will never be
forgotten by City Market.
Elsewhere, Mercury
dominated the lanes as they
white-washed Finco for three.
Rookie Leslie Pinder 212(610)
and veteran Cedric Saunders
225(616) led Mercury as
Percy Knowles 179(523)
scored high for Finco.
Out Island Airways
pulled-off a minor upset as
they won two games from the
favoured Sawyer's Food team.
Rae Lowe 178(510) and
Miguel Obregon were flying
high for O.I.A. as Charles
Cooke 191(534) had a
respectable scored for
Sawyer's.
KEEN CONTEST
0. I. A. outlasted Home
Furniture in three keenly
contested games as they won
all three by close margins.
Miguel Obregon 235(573)
scored high for O.I.A.
Ronnie Turnquest 223(620)
led City Market to a three
point win over Finco.
Sawyer's, the Up-setters,
were at work again on Tuesday
as they won two games from
the highly favoured Mercury
squad. Charles Cooke and
Bruce Delancey were high for
Sawyer's as George Friesen


214(544) scored high for
Mercury.
New Oriental Laundry seems
to be on the right track
towards winning the second
half as they won two games
from first half winners,
Thompson's. Ivy French (502)
and Donna Fryers scored high
for Thompson's and N.O.L.
respectively .
Amoury's seem to be
determined to win the second
half also as they won two from
Home Furniture. Pallas
Roberts 179(514) and Rosie
Saunders 205(508) scored well
for Amoury's while Joan
Graham 196(484) mustered-up
the top score for the furniture
ladies.
Maura's won their first game
of the season as they beat
Super Value. Tootsie
Thompson had a most
respectable score for Maura's as
Annie Russell scored high for
Super Value.
EASY NIGHT
Pritchard's had a reasonably
easy night as they won three
games from the tough Guinness
team. Albert Rogers 205(577)
and Barry Kemp 201(560) led
Pritchard's to the
white-washing as Jeff Albury
193(556) had the only
respectable score for the
stoutmen.
Esso are still roaring as they
won two games from K. C.
Auto. Sydney French
189(563) and Terry Chea
243(539) scored well for the
Tigers as Ken Sands and Tomm
Stubbs were top for K.C.
In low scoring games
Claridge's held on to win three
games from Heinekens. Bradley
Friesen and Lou Parker scored
high for Claridge's and
Heinekens respectively.
Albury's Supply had an easy
night as they won three games
from Tinker's Paint by great
margins. Billy Albury 204(606)
and Perry Cooke 243(635) had
good sets for the winners as
Ron Wells 215(568) had a
good set in a losing cause.
Last week in the Bowler of
the Month roll-off, Bradley
Friesen had an excellent triple
as he bowled games of 256,212
and 246 for a fine 714 set.
Conratulations to Bradley on
his performance.


ELISHA OBED WORKS OUT ON PUNCHBAG


Elisha Obed preparing for


Jan. 26. fight with P.Rican
BAHAMAS WELTERWEIGHT CHAMP Elisha Obed, fast
out-growing the welterweight division, will make his second
appearance in the middleweight division on January 26 against
Puerto Rican Sandy Torres at the Nassau Stadium.
Obed, who is undefeated in 25 pro fights which includes 15
knockouts, left Nassau Monday for the Fifth Street Gym Miami,
where he will work out under Moe Fleischer who trained him for
his last victory over Philadelphia middleweight Joe Hooks.
"I've been connected with boxing for the past 20 years and
potentially, he (Obed) is the best fighter I've seen around,"
commented Wilfred Coakley, Obed's advisor.
Obed won the welterweight title on June 5, 1971 when he
out-pointed former champion Ray Minus in 15 rounds at Arawak
Cay.
Following this fight, besides seeking international recognition,
Obed will be looking for a match with Bahamas middleweight
champ Rennie Pinder.
This Coakley-Malakius promotion their first after an absence
of three years will also feature a preliminary bout and an
eight-round heavyweight semi final.


Big $305 payout in 4th.


quinella at Hobby Horse-track

THE BIGGEST PAYOFF so far this season at Hobby Horse
Rsce Track came in the fifth race Tuesday, when Fantasma, the
No. 6 horse, ridden by J. Bain and Snow Ball (8) mounted by Joe
Horton finished first and second respectively to pay out $305.15


to lucky ticket holders.
The race, which was the first
nine furlong race for the
season, was a thriller. Snow
Ball came out of the starting
gate well and maintained the
lead for the first seven furlongs
with little pressure from Tassel
and Antries. Fantasma, ridden
by John Bain came strongly off
the last bend and drove
majestically past the leaders to
take the race by some 2'/2
lengths.
The two other good payoffs
at Tuesday's racing were the
daily double this 6-2
combinatim sent out $65.75
and the third quinella 1-2
which paid $59.70.
The following are the results
of yesterday's racing:
1st RACE 4'/2 furlongs Go
Sugar (6) J. Horton 55.65, $3.65,
$2.80. Miss Cuda (3) S. McNeil
$7.35, $4.40. Added Sugar (9) F.
Stirrup $5.70.
2nd RACE 4% furlongs
Consider Me (2) H. Woodside
$27.50, $5.40, $5.00. County (8)
A. Saunders $2.50, $2.60. Empire
(3) J. Bain $3.95. Daily double
(6-2) $65.75 Ist quinella (2-8)
$16.90
3rd RACE 4% furlongs Lena
Rey (1) G. Bain $3.80, $2.15,
$2.10. Winged Duchess (4) A.
Gibson $2.30, $2.10. Jewels Award
(6) M. Brown $5.05.
2nd quinella (1-4) $5.05
4th RACE 6 furlongs King
Fire (2) D. Patel $12.90, $5.40,
$3.90. Doe Doe (1) G. Bain $5.40,
$3.25. Scare-Urn (4) J. Horton
$3.70 3rd quinella (1-2) $59.70
5th RACE 9 furlongs
Fantasma (6) J. Bain $5.75, $3.30,
$2.90. Snow Ball (8) J. Horton
$9.15, $8.45 La Ebony (5) D. Patel
$3.90 4th quinella (6-8) $305.15
6th RACE 6 furlongs Donna
Alicia II (4) M. Brown $4.50,
$3.80, $2.40 Mystery (5) P.
Demeritte $8.45, $4.35. Sea Fire
(1) D. Patel $2.35. 5th quinella
(4-5) $20.10
7th RACE 4% furlongs Skeeter
(2) M. Brown $4.95, $3.95, $3.30.
Milk Face (6) A. Saunders $4.95,
$3.95. Security (1) K. Johnson
$4.10 6th quinella (2-6) $11.40.
8th RACE 5 furlongs Lolli Pop
(7) G. Bain $2.30, $2.10, $2.10.
Carmichael Queen (1) A. Saunders
$2.45, $2.35 Miss Millie (9) J.
Horton $4.15 7th quinella (1-7)
$4.10
SOCCER RESULTS
LONDON (AP) Results of
Tuesday night's replays in the
fourth round of English soccer cup:
Barnett 0 Queen's Rangers J.
Bristol City 4 Portsmouth I
Huddersfield 0 Carlisle 0
Liverpool 3 Burnley 0
Nottingham Forest 1 West
Bromwich I (abandoned fog).
Sunderland 2 Notts County 0

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PICTURED AFTER THE TOURNAMENT: Jack Weingart, the local golf director at
Lucayan Country Club, winner Bernard Hunt, Peter Butler the runner up, David Mills
who finished third, Paddy Skerritt fourth place finisher and Ed Thilmany of Lucaya.


BUCCANEERS WIN

ONE & LOSE ONE
THE BUCCANEERS Rugby
Club returned from their weekend
tour of Jamaica with one victory
:and one loss.
The first match was played
against Manderville in the Blue
Mountains. The Buccaneers were
convincingly thrashed to the tune
of 19-0, having been lavishly
entertained the night before,
according to members of the team.
In the next match against
Montego Bay the Buccaneers
redeemed themselves by winning
15-3. Brian Dyer scored two tries
for the touring team and Tony
Broome kicked 2 conversions and a
penalty.
Tomorrow the Chairman's XV
will play the Rest of the Bahamas
at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre to officially open the Rugby
Ifoodlight Season. !Aic:uff time
7:30 p.m.
BUGNER RETAINS
EUROPEAN TITLE
JOE BUGNER, turning up for
his fight Feh. 14 with Muhammad
Alil. retained his European
heavyweight boxing title with a
unanimous 15-round decision over
Rudy Lubbers, of The Netherlands
in London. However, the
22-year-old Bugner was unable to
KO Lubbers, and a sellout crowd of
6,000 in Royal Albert Hall booed
lustily.
TOP FIGURE FOR
BASEBALL PITCHER
STEVE Carlton signed a contract
with the Philadelphia Phillies
Tuesday for a reported $165,000,
making the outstanding left-hander
the highest-paid pitcher in baseball.
Carlton won 27 and lost 10 for
the Phillies last season, despite
pitching for the worst team in
baseball. He posted a 1.98
earned-run average and was
unanimously voted winner of the
Cy Young award as the league's
best pitcher.


FNM
From Page I
Senate seats, depending upon
the returns of general elections.
Delimitation of Constituencies
''"In the present
Constitution, there is provision
for the establishment and
functioning of a Constituencies
Commission and the general
guidelines under which that
Commission must operate. An
objectionable feature of those
provisions is the stipulation
that once the Commission has
reported and once orders giving
effect to its report have been
approved by the House of
Assembly, no appeal could be
made to any court.
''Under the new
Constitution, parliament will
be able to make provisions for
a right of challenge in the
Supreme Court on the grounds
that the Commission had
departed from the principles
laid down by the Constitution
for review of the number and
boundaries of constituencies.
Political Broadcasting
"Adequate access by the
Opposition to the national
radio is regarded by the FNM
as an aboslute necessity for the
survival of democracy in the
Bahamas. While the Conference
decided that it was not
practical to include in the
Constitution a formula to
govern political broadcasting, it
was nevertheless agreed that
the Opposition would have
adequate access to the radio
during the period between
general elections and that to
this end rules governing
political broadcasts would be
amended."


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BERNARD HUNT, the
non-playing captain of Britain's
1973 Ryder Cup team, posted
three one over par rounds of
73 to win the 8th Grand
Bahama International Open
Sunday.
Originally scheduled as a
four-day 72-hole event, the
tournament was interrupted by
rain Thursday and Friday. The
pros, many of whom had
competed the previous week in
the Bahamas/European
Pro/Am tournament at the
same Lucayan Country Club,
played 36 holes Saturday, and
finished with 18 holes Sunday.
The veteran Peter Butler
from Birmingham fired rounds
of 72-74-74 for a 220 total,
one stroke behind Hunt. Butler
won the Grand Bahama
International Open the last two
years, and has 15 major titles
to his credit.
A stroke back of Butler was
David Mills, of the St. Cloud
Golf Club in Paris. He shot
rounds of 75-77 and 69 for his
221 total. Paddy Skerritt of St.
Anne's Golf Club in Dublin
placed fourth at 222.


Top American pro was C. P.
White of New Smyrna Beach,
Florida, with a 224. Another
American, Paul Thomas of


Zanesville, Ohio, the only
player who has competed in all
eight Grand Bahama Opens,
placed I th.


12


UK Ryder Cup skipper wins


Grand Bahama golf title


LOST


B' 50,00.00 cheque

Cheque issued by The Bank of Nassau Ltd. payable to Bank
of Nova Scotia and drawn against First National City Bank,
Nassau, Bahama Islands. Serially numbered 155157.

A "STOP PAYMENT" order has been filed against the
cheque and all banks have been notified that the cheque
was lost.

THE CHEQUE CANNOT BE NEGOTIATED BY
ANYONE. IF FOUND PLEASE NOTIFY THE POLICE
OR ANY OF THE BANKS LISTED ABOVE.




Signed: THE BANK OF NASSAU LIMITED
A. T. Davis, General Manager
Tel. 28726.9


Wednesday, January 17, 1973.


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