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Publication Date: February 2, 1973
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sometthlng andJ i heard at the
same tlnme, watih out (;nni
"I wanted to hide. I stepped
back, pulled out my! gun fro~m
the car I was in and I fired !t all1
in that sam1e Sequncel~ olf tjime.
Fired It over the top of the
car," Jervis said.
Ilie told the court he was
surpris t too t c it1s h\iller

Thompson in it. Hie said he was
able to recognirte Mr
Thomnpson although he does
not know himn personally I~
know of himn.. and his
crowd." Jervts said.
lie said when M~r. Thompsron
camne out of the car. he~



Only two shots were fired,
the first one voluntarily to let
Mr. Thompson know he had
"the upper hand" Jervis said.
The second shot went off
accidentally and shattered Mr.


two feet at the front of the
car.
NOT' WORTH
Mr. Barr separated then as
they struggled Jervis said.
"You are not worth getting in
trouble for"' Jervis said he told
Mlr. Thompson when he begged
"don't shoot mnuh."'
He denied threatening Miss
Miller and said he did not
follow their car earlier that
night.
In his submissio et tae, t o

of the 12-mnan jury as he
pounded on the desk of the
Supreme Court i an
unelxp cted dislay of emotion
had a bona fide belief when he
fired that Barry Thompson had
a gun. That belief taken by
law." he said, "could have
permitted him to go so far as
to shoot at Thom pson.
"But he stated, "Jenryss
shot over the car "
Ile said "there was never a
specific intent to kill, there was
not a specific intent to cause
any' harmn and neither was there
any intent whatsoever to cause
harmu
Crown counsel had asked
why was the accused not at
homer with his mother, wife
and four children. Mr. C'hristie
said. "Because he did not go
horne o thelis family ... is just
one t h rage e."
S peaking for some
58 minthtes, Mr Chirstie saidhit

prosecution that appeared to
be a "badly concocted, ill
construed fabrication" as he
borrowed the words from Mr.
Watermen s referral to the
testimony of the defence.
"The reluctance of Barry
T~hompson and Miss Miller to
speak to detective Basil Dean
.It the scene stemmed from
them not having had enough
time to get together. Their
story,. he said. remains
"inconsistent."


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HE R VOICE cracking with
emotion, Mrs. Papandi
Alexion, widow of murdered
hotelier Anthony Alexion,
called The Tribune today to
express her feelings on the
decision by the Prerogative of
Melrcy ommte to Indnu
setne asd on h
hu ean 's t seriturde ers.er
"I want to thank the police
and the CID for the great
efforts they made to find my
husband's killers. I am only
moyteha rith sassuchoa m s
have gone through the ordeal
of the trial and not to see
justice done."
Mr. Alexiou, 62-year-old
owner of the Gleneagles Hotel,
was murdered at his Eastern
Road home on April 21, 1971
and his wife also shot in an
attempted housebreaking and
burglarybae ie. ~ :,

Alexion is still lodged in her
chest.
In one of the most
concentrated manhunts in the
Bahamas, police swiftly
apprehended Bernard Darling,
2 PIdipFaA uhar on, 22 r?

The three were first brought
to trial in July 1971, but while
the jury was meeting to settle
on a verdict, one of the jurors
drowned and a new trial had to
be called.
REJECTED
They were sentenced to
death in October 1971, but
F'arquharson appealed to the
Privy Council in early 1972.
The appeal was rejected last
month.
However a petition on
behalf of the three was sent to
the Prerogative of Mercy
committee which was first
awaiting a reply froe ethe I'ri y

decision.
The present members of the
Prerogative of Mercy
Committee are: Attorney
General G~erald Collett, Q.C.,
government Minister and
Senate Leader Paul Adderley;
House Speaker Arlington
Butler; businessman Thomas
Ferguson, Dr. Gilbert Davis-
chief Medical Officer and Dr.
Timothy McCartney, clinical
psychologist.
The Prerogative of Mercy
Comm ttee comes) wi hnflair

Minister Arthur Hann wa

m eti gs ofdth omn ntteeat
The Committee is purely
advisory to the Minister.

CROWS NEST CLOSED
FOR RENOVATIONS
THE CROW's Nest Supper
Club in Holiday Inn on
Paradise Island is closing for
about six weeks beginning with
the close of business Saturday,
for renovations "to
accommodate the new
entertainment format planned
by the management," a press
release said.
Resident Innkeeper Jeff
Roberts told The Tribune
management has "not yet
decided" what the new format
would be.


FRUIT BOWLS
AND
MATCHING
CANDLE HOLDERS


NASSAU -FREEPORT


Friday, February 2, 1973.


MRS. PAPANDI ALErXIOU


THE NEW $900,000 BAHAMAS POLICE COLLEGE at Oakes Field will be


formally opened by Prime Minister Lynden Pindling on
P.m.


Friday, February 23 at 3
The College, completely
underwritten by the United
Kingdom government, is
expected to rank among the
finest in the Caribbean area, a
top level police officer said
today.
Superintendent McDonald
Fields has been named
Commandant of the College.
Staff and recruits moved
from the E:ast Street depot last
weekend and the college is now
fully operational. On Monday
the 20 recruits already on the
frdceiowl e2 Joined by an

At the beginning of next
week a sergeants' refresher
course will begin for 20 men.
The College has been built
on an 1 We acre complex which
also includes the Mobile
Division, which is, however, a


them n fear.
Th7e charges arose f~romn a
shooting incident at Quarry
Mission Road shortly alter 3
a.m. September 5, last year.
TIhe jury, headed by Ivtn
James, returned Its verdict
after a 40-minute deliberation.
The two attorneys Mr.
Perry Christie and C'rown
oouse Fred Wateermanth r
submissions in the hearing this
afternoon.
Arguing that Jervis, a Nassau
Street director of the P.L.P.
Fort Charlotte "Prevention of
Intimidation C'ommittee".
took the law into his own
hands and suspected that Barry
Thompson "was up to
romTthn mwhe ohde rors n
the prosecution had proven its

cHe accused the defense of
"introducing a lot of red
herrings across a clear trail with
not one bit of evidence to
prove it The charge waesnmade

t tim acusdt rsended his
At the time, Jervis, led by
defence counsel told the court
that contrary to what the
prosecution would like them to
believe, he "'was not a
trigger-happy P.L.P." on the
morning of the incident.
Jervis told the court he
became suspicious of the
presence of certain cars known
to be owned and driven by
Free National Movement party
supporters. They were driving
past the P.L.P. Fort Charlotte
headquarters dat regular
in erval he sai .
THREATS
He said the office had been
fire-bomlbed, shot at and the
object of threats by telephone
prtor to the incident.
lie became more wary when
Mr. Walter Barr, a worker with
the party's Freetown office
came in to tell them that the
GIrants Town office of M.P.
Franklyn Wilson had just been
attacked.
Their own office had been
shot at prior to Mr. Barr s
arrival, he said and he had
instructed the persons inside It
to leave and to go in pairs. "It
they saw anyone acting
siuSPic~ious let me know," he
said he told them.
11< saw two cars approach
the of~fice. one of' them slowing
down to tulrn intto Oularry
Mission Road where their
supporters lived, the other
drove by the office, he said.
With Mlr. Barr, he decided to
follow the car that went into
Quarry Mission Road and took
along a .'0-guage shot-gun
which he hua:1 repaired for Mr.
Keith Munnings.
The car they followed was a
1968 Oldsmobile, he said.
adding that he never found out
who were inside it until during
the incident.
Mr. Thompson "cut his car
across the road and we almost
hit it from the back," he said.
When they were "more or less
alongside, I jumped out of the
car.
NO GUN
lie said the shooting took
place after he attempted to
approach the car carrying Mr.
Thompson and Miss Miller,
"Both of my hands were
swinging freely and I had no
gun.
"'I saw a flurry of motion in
the other car --Mr. Thompson
acted as if he was reaching for


CAHON IL GRANGER

.. n Dan lM CHMAs AV rc







t Ba a ps, Itavb M h
Collingwood Cooper, Vicar
General, will install Canon
William Granger as Dean of
Christ Church Cathedral in a
service at the Cathedral at 4
p.m. Sunday.
Cain Gh ngsamewiservi e
inducted as rector of the Parish
of Christ Church. The service
will be broadcast live by Radio
Bahamas
Canon Granger, 52 years old
and a native of Matthew Town'
Inagua, trained for the
priesthood at Codrington
College in Barbados. He was
made a deacon in 1949 and
was ordained priest the
following year. He was
appointed Canon in 1967.
P he was curate ofa 1. Algn s
priest-in-charge at St. Saviour's
Parish, Cat Island. He was
chaplain at the Fox Hlill Prison

a mointmelnt a Dean I ect. hs
Canon G;ranger, a past
president and an active
member of the Fort Montagu
Kiwanis Club, i~samarried to the
former Canice Sns.



McCulloch trial


Set f0[ FOI.12

THE CASE against Andrew
McCulloch, 37, charged with
the attempted murder of
fellow Scotsman James
Mitchell, is scheduled to open
in the Supreme Court on
Monday, February I 2*
McCulloch is accused of
shooting Mitchell, 45, a former
Edinburgh dentist and now
president of Jason Investments
(Bahamas) Ltd., outside
Mitchell's Nassau home on the
night of October 24.
McCulloch also has been
charged with possession of a
.22 revolver. He pleadee not
guilty to both charges. He is
represented by attorney Henry
Bostwick.
Mitchell, who gave his
evidence at the preliminary
enquiry from his bed in the
Princess Margaret Hospital, was
released from hospital last
week after having undergone
several operations. Although
his brother, George Willoughby
Mitchell, had said earlier that
he expected his brother back in
Scotland for the New Year,
James Mitchell was unable to
return.
George Mitchell, who flew
to Nassau after learning that
his brother had been shot,
joined his family in Scotland
for Christmas*


L~ ~~~ --iI~
RANDY RODGERS AND HIS SPORTS TROPHIES
...'I really thought I'd had it in the ambulance*


24, narrowly escaped death Thursday when he collapsed from
sudden illness in his doctor's Centreville offices and had to be


Police Commissioner John
Flindmarsh said the College
could accommodate 100 police
trainees at one time.
The~grounds are presently
being landscaped, and future
plans call for the construction
of a gymnnasium and playing
fields.
The College was built by the
firm of Sir Robert McAlpine
and Sons (Bahamas) Ltd. Work
began on January 19, 1972 on
the basis of plans drawn by the
Ministry of Works.

('o lge sdtrhat th feorceo wa
presently 16,0 under strength,
and it was hoped the new
facilities would help in bringing
the police complement to the
requisite 1080 men.


rushed to the intensive care
Hos ital
Doctors have said that it
oxygen had not been
administered in the ambulance
and at the hospital Mr. Rodgers
might have died
Despite his ordeal, Mr.
Rodgers is this morning resting
in the hospital's chest wing in
"quite satisfactory condition,
and hopes to be fit enough to
leave hospital tomorrow to
play a soccer game on Sunday
Although the results of tests
are not yet all known, food
poisoning is suspected
Mr. Rodgers yesterday
morning collected his wife
Terry, and their two-day-old
son from the hospital and
returned to his Nassau Street
home.
SWE~LLING
At about 11 a.m., his
mother, Mrs. C'armen Rodgers,
haid, her son's facial and arm
glands began to swell
alarmingly.
Worried, Mr. Rodgers drove
himself to the office of his
physician, Dr. R. N. Achara on
Collins Avenue
He walked into the office at
about 12:30 and collapsed,
unconselous.
An ambulance was called
immediately and Mr. Rodgers
was rushed to the hospital. In
the ambulance oxygen had to
be administered to keep him
alive. The oxygen treatment
was continued for a time in the
hospital. "Life water" was also
administered.
Both Dr. Achara and PMil
Dr. Ht. Husbands told Mr.
Rodgers' family he came "very
close to death".
CONSCIOUS
Mr. Rodgers spoke with Tihe
Tribune from his hospital bed
this morning, and said he
regained consciousness in the
ambulance.
"I really thought I'd had it
when Iwas in the ambulance.
and If it hadn't heen for quick
thinking by Dr. Achara I
probably wouldn't be lying
here now," he said. "I felt like
there was a two-ton truck
sitting onmny chest. Iwouldn'
go through that again for
anything."
'The star sportsman said the
doctors had not yet discovered


unit of the Princess Margaret

the reason for his illness, but it
is thought it might have been
foild poisoning from some
cracked conch he bought from
a shop Wednesday night.
Doctors have X-rayed Mr.
Rodger's chest and stomach
region and have mnade other
tests, but the results were not
yet available,
Mr. ,Rodgers hopes to be
able to take part in Sunday s
soccer game, when Tropigas is
slated to play Paradise. Hie is
the Tropigas team captain, and
the team shares the lead in the
Sunday Soccer League with
Clan McAlpine at seven wins
each with three games to play.


Of 97$ L AtT MIIHT

NE W PRO VI DENCE
recorded its fifth traffic
fatality of the year last nig t
when a 20-year-old Soldier
Road resident driving her car
on Shirley Street collided with
a parked truck and a lamp
post.
Dead is Shirley Knowles,
driver of car NPB842. Her
vehicle collided with parked
truek T 3S owner b aMdic a

with a lamp post near the
Shirley Street Theatre at about
10:45 p.m.
She died shortly after
admission to the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
A 4Q1-year-old Palmetto
Avenue resident, George
McKenzie, became the fourth
New Pr~ovidence traffic de

ewit 16 Tual on Sh~irley Street
Seven persons have died in
traffic accidents throughout
the Bahamas so far this year. A
teacher died at. Eleuthera on

Ja "u ry ad "" a oda r p son

Seven persons had also died
in traffic accidents by
February 1, 1973.



IS LOST ATl SEA
THE BAHAMAS Air Sca
Rescue Association has
launched a search for an
Eleuthera man.
Missing is James Bethel,
about 25 years old, of Cupid
Cay, the southern arm of the
Go vernor's Har bou r
community.
Bethel left Cupid Cay at
about 7 o'clock last night with
Haitian Albert Joseph, to fish
in the area of Levy Island, a
cay less than two miles
northwest of Governor's
Harbour.
Bethel left Joseph at one
point on the cay and took the
dinghy around the cay so they
could fish from two different
points. Bethel told Joseph he
would pick him up for the
return trip at 9 p.m.
H-e never returned.
Joseph hailed a passing
vessel at about 7 a.m. today
and was taken to Governor's
Harbour where he reported to
the police.
Inspector Roland Pierre
immediately visited Levy
Island, and there found all of
Bethel's fishing tackle, and part
of the dinghy's anchor rope,
still attached to the anchor.

HAITIINif BA~RV

FOUND HAH81HS

FROIM A TREE

POLICE confirmed today
that the body of a 35-year-old
Haitian was found han in
from a tree at Rock Sougndg
Eleuthera on Thursday*
January 25 at 4 p.m *
The man was identified as
Eslema Blanc, who had been
reported missing on Monday
January 22 '
A note in French found in
the briefcase of the missing
man and addressed to his
brother at Marsh Harbour,
Abaco led police to mntensify
their search.
The body when found was
badly decomposed.
No foul play is suspected,
say police.


Bahla 81 IHSGI'g t t pickS Iuji


'i ig U V v Ull K cu Me U
THE STUDY OF ALL ASPECTS OF POLICE WORK in
Britain, including the training of detectives, has presented "many
new ideas" to Senior Sergeant Rodney Adore Burrows of the
Bahamas Police.
Sgt. Burrows. attached to motor-ways.
Central Police Station in The Hendon course includes
Nassau since Febhruary last lectures, discussions and films
year. is nearing the end of his on current affairs, map reading.
five-month course at the powers of observation,
Metropolitan Police Training scene=o f-c rime investigation,
School at Hendon, North traffic and crowd control .
London, with policemen from charge formulation and court
1 1 other countries. The course work.
ends on February 10. The students visited
Sgt. Burrows has beei, Magistrate's Courts. a police
working with police units in driving school, a dog training
Bristol. southwest E~ngland. centre, the Mlounted Branch.
and is to work also with the the River Police and New
force in Bridgend. Wales. Scotland Yard's Criminal
before the end of the course. Records Office. At the
"I have obtained a very full Detective Training School
picture of the fight against lec-tures and demonstrations on
c r imne and pa rticularly forensic science and other
appreciated the leCtu~res by Specialised subjects were on the
C`ID officers which were students' programme.
e~xtensive and exe~mplary." Sgt Sgt. Burrows' wife, Dorothy
Burrows said. is a key-punch operator at
"T~hey showed us how the Bahamas Telecommunication
investigation procedure at the C'orporation's Poinciana Drive
scene of a crime advances step ~Technica"l Centre. They have
by step. There were many ideas three children
new to met which Ifound RED CROSS
interesting." INSPECTION
11< said he was also THlE ANNUAl. Red across
impressed with the use of ;inspection for D~etachments 2
coomputors and closed circuit an1d 4 will be held at Red Cross
television for the control of headquarters Tuesday,
heavy road traffic on Britain's february 6. at 6.30 D.n


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VOL. LXX, No. 61


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new $g900,000


THE NEW $900,000 POLICE COLLEGE at Oakes Field
will be officially opened later this month and is expected to
become a major police training centre for this areas.
Approximately 100 recruits will receive their basic training
at the College which has been financed entirely by funds
provided by the British government.


ALEXIOU WIDOW


SORRY THAT HER Ie


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LEONARD Jervis Jr., 25-year-old Nassau Street boiler
supervisor, was unanimously acquitted by a Supreme Court jury
at 4: 15 p.m. today of charges that he attempted to murder FNM
supporter Barry Thompson, used a .20 gauge shotguni to entdanger
the lives of Thompson and his girlfriend Judy Miller and also, put


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PEACE SUPERVIlSORS MEET FOR FIRST TIME
SAIGON, Feb. 2 (AP)--The chief delegates of the United States. North
and South Vietnam and the Viet Cong on a peacekeeping military
commission met for the firs time today to take up an agenda including
arrangements for the completion of American troop withdrawals and
prisoner exchanges, U.S. officials reported.
A third pressing item on the agenda, the American officials said, was to
arrange security for field teams of the International Commission of Control
and Sp stion who are tos plic~e thedce yan Idoeiaasaleay
three days behind the schedule specified in the cease-fire agreement for
se ting up regional headquarters In Hue, D~a Nang, Pleiku, Pha~n Thiet, Bien
ITser were other signs that the peacekeeping commissions are getting
into action. U.S. helicopters flew 40 more Viet Cong delegates and 4,000
pounds of their supplies from their district headquarters at Loc Ninh to
Saigon to join the Joint military commission.
Sunday was reported to be the target for deployment of Communist
representatives to the seven regional headquarters where the international
supervisory teams will be based.
WAY LEFT OPEN FOR U.S. BOMBING OF N. VIETNAM
WASHINGTON (AP) Vietnam negotiator Henry Kissinger has left
the way open for American bombers to return to North Vietnam. Kissinger
olsatht bwoul dC isdon the extent and nature of any large truce
In Saigon, Peresdent Thieu has said the U.S. has the "responsibility of
using air power in the event of massive cease-fire violations. Kissinger and
Tnitio commented in separate broadcast interviews (both with C-B.S).
NEW RELATIONSHIP FIRST SAYS KISSI(NGER
WASHINGTON (AP) In a broadcast interview last night, Henry
Kissinger explained the motives of the Nixon administration In ending the
Vietnam war. Kissinger said: "Nixon felt that we had to end the war on
hndur I t termrnse ahat we would be free to be taken seriously in the
Kisinger said later in the interview that the biggest task now is to move
a generation that has known nothing but war toward an attitude of peace.
Kissinger said this Is the chief motive for his trip next week to Hanot. He
a st oth~as/honnecaonew rceladionship is asbi heda di No th di ticm
relations can be considered.
MEETING TO DISCUSS END OF U.S. WAR IN LAOS
TOKtYOo(AP) Peking's othficial news agency Hsinhurr reported Frid y
representatives had held a 'private' meeting in the Laotlan capital

Hsnn89 sdtthe Vmetn ewdr Id at the residence tf ego tl nko
held at the Vientiane residence of the Pathet Lao delegation.
tisnhua said the Pathet Lao had proposed Wednesday that the meeting
be held "to discuss the ending of the U.S. aggressive war in Laos, cease fire
and other problems so as to trstore peace and national accord."
U.S. POWs HELD IN CHINESE CAMPS
SLONDON (AP) American prisoners from the Vietnam war have been
held in secret maximum security camps in China, a Soviet journalist
reported from Moscow Thursday.
he ictnort ui 1ri nb Ch nLondon Evenin News that the tAmericans were
border but far enough away to be safe from commando or bomber raids.
He said elceaboralte precautions were taken to convince the Americans they
Loi, a Sve ocize mthi sour es at the highest level in Mocw
andi the Soviet intention to invade Czechoslovakia in 1968, He has often
been used by the Kremlin on unofficial diplomatic missions abroad.
~Louls' dispatch in the Evening News did not make clear how many
obtrianndp ione were supposed to be held in China or how long they
NIXON NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
I(EW YORK, FEB. I (AP) The nomination of President Nixon for the
1993 Nobel Peace Prize has been received and accepted by the Norwegian
Nopel Institute in Oslo.
Finance Magazine, which launched the camoairn to obtain the orize for
D tro~n, anon del d ,ha at ha eoern intrnmwds bn oAugust Schou'
Schou confirmed the news saying Nixon's was one of 'dozens of
candidatte' proposed for the 19713 Nobel Peace Prize. Deadline for
nok i teM'tne 'h tor ofthat magazine (Finance Magazine) he
htapken tthe generstrule of not publishing the names of nominees...
19the Nobel lastitute, as well as the Norwegian Storting (Paritament)
~9bel committee which select the winners, never published names of
SFITE OF CONFERENCE NOT YET DECIDED
PARIS (AP) American delegation sources said Thursday a final
decision has not yet been taken on the site of the Internationacl Conference
which is to supervise the cease-fire agreement.
Th nted States hasaprop dedthat the conern e on iin itself,
government, the four members of the Control Commission, Canada,
Indonesia, Poland and Hungary, plus Britain. France, the Soviet Union and
Red China, should meet at toreagn mmlster level on Feb. 26.
"Ihe Un td StatesC mnSouth Vi nam want the conference to meet in
expected to have a strong influence on the rulings of the conference by
hiding the chairmnship.

~AT 1& NIXNON STATE THEIR HOPES 0N 0 g7AtMahPi
kisiter Edward Heath to the White House, urged Thursday that they seek
"a common policy for this era of peace" which the Vietnam truce
hopefully presages.
,Speaking in the chill of the south lawn, after Hopth arrived nine minutes
behind tscheduletas t ton sid dterend adythm Vietnam war means that "now
!The Persident congrtulalted the visiting Prime Minister and ths
malrnens for nottrilooking in ard butnoutward tothe world, as evidenced
a Heath, who was given full military honours at a colourful ceremony that
Itought together anits from all the U.S. armed forces, said In nrepone, "I
a)R confident that the intimacy and freedom of our exchanges will be no
lip thn In the past."
aiHrth expressed ho thrtthe poplbe of Vietnam Nort= == a Suh n

Declaring that his visit came art an auspicious moment because of the
recent signing of the peace accord, the Prime Minister said: "We in Britain
have admired the steadfastness with which you have pursued this objective,
and the courage, with which you have faced many difficult decisions."
TENNIS STILL LISTED AS SERIOUS
WASHINGTON (AP) Doctors at Walter Reed Army Medical Centre
sport that Senator John Stennis had a good night and slept well, despite a
dse in temprature. The 71l-year-ld Missssipplan is still Ulted in "very
seriows condition, but aI hoselta sookesman says Stennis is now awake,
plert and wellboriented, and that he continues to show improvement.
He)'s still being fed intravenously, but has been breathing without the aid
ofan artificial nrepirtor since yesterday. Stennis' son viited him yesterday
atd reported him considerably more talkative.
4CANYCELLATIONS & PROTESTS FOLLOW COVER STORY
'NEW YORK (AP) Publishing a lengthy cower story on the Marlon
Stanndo sexy film "Last Tango in Pads" la its Jan 22 lasue cost Time
aIrpd 25 hausera d we tr 20 crcldi deti farf fu ure er tl9t included 310 cancelled subscriptions, Business Week magazne
14lported Thursdy.


WASHINGTON (AP)- Prime
Minister Edward Heath of Britain
said Thursday that the Europ.-
union planned for the end of the
1970's will be a "new type of
union" asul nottsimply an imitation
S"I have never used the phrase
phrue li s ti ipr a con tarh w
shall simply be following in the
footsteps of your own remarkable
achievement In creating a nation,"
Heath said in a speech at a National
Press Club luncheon.
"We are dealing with an entirely
different situation. We are dealing
with ancients EoE Tan itinons;
background, each determined to
retain its identity," the Prime
Minister said. He delivered his
asdder hfer his first me ilnln wt

"Our intention is not to destroy
the idean ty but td buidi onto it a
will enable us to secure, by
common action, bcenefts which
would be beyond our reach as
separate nations. That is what sw,
tenhb ca European Community'
CREDIT
Heath, as he did in a speech
Wednesday, againhpaid tribute to
enlar sports pta e creation of an
The Un td, States, he said, 'c
this."
acce rddth ecreationof a rinle "
Erpe admaj irnot est oest
United States. You have accepted
copethi in twillyomr indus rs"
he said '
But, he warned, the new Western
Europe "will not always share
exactly the same views which you
hold. But you have thought, rightly
I am sure, that this was a price well
6 ort po 'ng in return for the
Turning to concrete questions,
he said that monetary reform and
i t ratin a trdh ar e teu tan7
Heath asked for coordination
between the bodies dealing with
t~hes ntroblemr thelComnste b
nations of the International
Mone ay Fund, handling monetearyl
Agreement on Tariff and Trade)
dealing with trade problems.
Yet, he said, one should not
expect that the two sets of
problems c~mebefrtaken care ofuln
ensure that progress in one does not
need to wait on detailed decialons
In another "
Heath said that neither the
Usnie rSatesblnr le ts adndl
comes to protectionism.
"Fact is," he said, "That
protectionism is a sin of which no
or atin cutr is free, eve itheacih
more sinned against than sinning
"You have your complaints
about some of our European trade
practices. We for our part have ve y
ral rdelevances about U.S. trade
There are, the Prime Minister
declared, "many American
measures that effectively
d mate acia wetdgedoven
non-tariff barriers are "especially
difficult to deal with ....we want to
work with the United States to
achieve a new freedom of world
trAerericans should not forget, he
advised, that "we in Europe are

ko aei Ernopoe dnenrmu


VTCN CITY, PEB.
(AP) Pope Padl W Friday
named 30 new Cardinals and
announced he will elevate them
in a Consistory March 5.
It will be the fourth
Consistory of his reg, and

Cardinals to a n rcodented
145 members.
Only Cardinals younger than
80 may vote in Papal elections
according to a motu proprio
issued by Pope Paul on Nov.

Twenty nine of the present
115 Cardinals are 80 or older.
The list include he North
Americans: Arhhpa Luis
Aponte Martinez, 50 of San

S.Med s 57, ofu 'otn
Mass., and Timothy Manning,
63, of Los Angeles, Calif.
Also archbishops James
Robert Knox, 68, of
Melbourne, Australia; James
Darcy Freeman, 65, Australia,
and Pio Taofinu Apia, Western
Samoa.
frThe C rdinals imeluded five
Brazil, one from Colombia, one
Mrom Argentina and one from
Thy are Archbishops Avelar
Brandao Vilela, 50, of Sao
Salvador Da Bahia; Paulo
Evaristo Arnsen 51, of Sao
Paulo do Brazil; Anibal Munoz
Duque, 64, of Bogota; Raul
Francisco Primatesta, 56, of'
Cordoba; and Jose Salazar'
Lopez, 53, of Guadlajara,
Mexico.


k a11Ing in:Vie tna r

SAIGON (AP)- President Ngulyen van Thieu urged two
peacde-keping Comanisions Saturday to get cease-fire observes
into the field sad stop the killing of Vietnamese people.


BELFAST (AP)--Northern Ireland's new orgy of death
escalated nTursday night with a British soldier shot dead after
grenade-throwing terrorists killed a Roman Catholic wvorkman
and wounded nine others in an ambush.


spoke to the Communists had violated the
se people in an cease-fire more than 200 times
rsirr teeviion hat In his 25 minutes a dess,
midnight, the start of Thieu said that the
lunar New Year. He Communists have begun
the traditional political campag of
se dress including an inflitrating into villa s and
nd head gear. hamlets, raising the Viet Cong
re spoke, South fla ad poandizin the
se troops fired scores p oplan poagn.g
into the sky to usher "They will lie about the
yous holiday and the (Saigon) government officials
;ies were a streak of in order that they can obtain
Iwand green colours. ballots,. "Thieu said. "The
said that members of Communists know they have
-party joint military no population and no lands so
on which includes the hav td smthi t
atives of the United ob ain ba 11ts inst co ing
North and South election "
and the Viet Cons Thieu said that the cease-fire
me to the fields ha bog n e tul,
aid that if the hn o apolitia naan r rgge
,nal Commission of "There have been hundreds
etan sr u ervisio of tosand oflisolsdiers wi
he Communists will said. "We cannot lose the
to violate the political struggle. We cannot
se paonde kill the lose tdhue section. We have t
Irged the people to be buffalo. From today, our
rgthe TET lunar New people must begin to act."
claimed that during Thieu declared that despite
t 24 hours the the cease-fire, the national law
of South Vietnam is still in
ORDEISo T L efc H and the ation of
ORDER TALKS*" nl*-* )r I


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The trooper was the
first British military man to die
in th loy province this
year
HIre dleathilbrought Northern
Ieads to f terror to at
least 698 victims in more than
three years of civil warfare
bet ween the ma jority
Protestants and a Catholic
community outnumbered two
to e soldier died fr m
gunshot wounds while
manning a checkpoint at
Strabane in Count Tyrone*
not far from the border with
the Irish Republic.
Rioting broke out in
Protestant East Belfast last
night. The mobs built
bartriades an setnyacekedo buses
to block British patrols. The
British used armored
bul dzneis g rm ch through
RIOTING
The rioting broke out after
the British rounded up about
ten Protestants for questioning
in yesterday's bombing of a
bus-load of Catholic workers,
Bombs also exploded in four
places in Belfast, causing heavy
damage but no casualties,
The grenade ambush in the
quiet Belfast surburb of Cherry
Valleof s oaxds al bhree-day

least 15 wounded in
hit-and-run raids. Most of the
victims were Catholics.
Police sources said it
appeared that even youngsters
reared on the violence that has
engulfed the province for 3V2
years were now using guns to
kill.
One officer at police
headquarters in Belfast said:
"This could be the beginning
of the end. Everyone's going
crazy.
KILLINGS
The wave of killings
coincided with a sudden
upsurge in bombings 20 in
the last two weeks. The
pro vince 's British
administrator, William
Whitelaw, termed the slaughter
"murder madness."
Security sources were
alarmed at warlike declarations
from the major protagonists,
the Catholic-based Irish
Rpublica fe my san ati

most powerful of the
Protestant vigilante groups.
The Cherry Valley ambush
raised Northern Ireland's death
toll in the sectarian strife to at
least 697.
aosruto wore ratd


five children, died in the
attack k
Pohice said one of the
assailants limped across the
road in front of a bus. As the
driver slowed down two men
jumped from the sidewalk and
lobbed a fragmentation
grenade through a window.
Metal splinters cut down all 10
men in the bus while the
attackers fled in a stolen auto.
The Ulster volunteer force,
the only Protestant extremist
organization to be outlawed,
later claimed its men staged the
ambush.
The grenade assault came
only a few hours after the IRA
warned from its Dublin
headquarters it would unleash
ruthlesss atreltaliato ai action"

Protestant assassins.
The Ulster Defense
Assuciat nasvowed mn tur i
began a war of vengeance. It
said the g uerr illas'
proclamation was "a virtual
declaration of war."
The violence triggered more
pressure from Catholic leaders
of the British to outlaw the
Ulster Defense Association an
army of 55,000 masked men.
Some military sources said
tougher measures by the army
against B the viarntes d re
with British plans for Northern
Ireland expected to be
announced in March, security
forces would have to tread
carefully to avoid giving
Protestant extremists any
excuse to take to the streets.
The week's violence alarmed
officials in the Irish Republic
who feared any further
deterioration in the North
would spread more widely
across the frontier.
Bomb blasts in Dublin and
towns along the border in the
last two months have
underlined this danger.
The Republic 's Prime
Minister, Jack Lynch, was
expected to seek summit talks
with British Prime Minister
Edward Heath when Heath
returns from a visit to the
United States.
7 GI's CAPTURED IN
LAOS ON POW LIST
WAHINGTON (A) mThea

identified by North Vietnam as
held captive in Laos but whose
names were omitted from previous
pd onr listsd the Pentagon said,
J rery depa ment adpokesman
* etamd "stated the it has been
Fo tcap tedt operoonnel had


what he terme po y
Communists to incite them.


SAIGON, Feb. 3 (AP)-
President Nguyen van Thieu
announced Saturday that
South Vietnam will begin
political negotiations with the
Viet Cong in Paris no later than
Feb. 6.
"I have ordered ambassador
Pham Dang Lam to meet the
Viet Cong in Paris no later than
Feb. 6 to solve the internal
problems of South Vietnam,"
Thieu declared in a TET lunar
New Year television address to
the nation.
Thieu also called on the two
peacekeeping commissions in
South Vietnam to get cease-fire
observers into the field and
stop the killing of Vietnamese
people,
These are the International
Commission of Control and
Supervision (ICCS) made up of
Canada, Indonesia, Poland and
Hungary, and' the four-party
Joint Military Commission
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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.,LL.D.
Pubuster/Edisor l917-1972
ContrMise Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pseudaerr/~ditor 197. -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahams.
TELEPHONES:
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Friday, February 2, 1973.


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possible had they resisted. I don't know.
All I do know is that, from reports I have had from London,
the British government takes the attitude that both the
Government and the Opposition wanted independence .... and so
there is nothing to talk about. *
I'm sure the Opposition honestly feel they were right in
following a line of easy compliance. I am in no position to judge.
All I know is that all my battles have been won by fighting to the
last ditch.
+**+*******
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: At a recent luncheon in Coral
Gables I sat between two Rotarians who were visiting from the
North,
The man on my left told me that he and his wife had planned
to visit Nassau and go through the Caribbean as far as the Virgin
Islands.
They had cancelled the trip because they had heard so many
bad reports from this area. This man had never visited the

T mn on my right said that he and his wife had also planned
a visit to Nassau this winter but they had cancelled the trip for
the same reason.
He said they had visited Freeport last year and had some
unpleasant experiences there. He had since heard that Nassau was
just as bad.
The second man talked about the wide range of facilities
provided for visitors in Florida.
He spoke of golf and tennis but particularly of boating and
fishing because he owns a small yacht. He said that near his house
- he owns a winter home here is a yacht basin that is
maintained by the county. They have facilities for handling boats
up to 30 feet. For $2 a boat is lifted out of the water, hosed
down, and put back in the water.
This is the kind of competition Nassau is up against.
The other day Minister of Tourism Clement Maynard said in a
speech at the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce that his Ministry
would have to try and attract more quality tourists to the colony.
Rotarians and especially those who can afford to maintain a
house and a yacht away from their northern home are usually
quality tourists.
But they are not going to Nassau because the Bahamas like
most areas in the Caribbean has lost all appeal for many quality
people .
An odd bit of information I have picked up since I have been
here is that Haiti is the one place in the Caribbean where people
feel safe today. There is no stealing and women are not molested
on the streets or raped in their bedrooms. .
Freddle Smith, who has spent many years of his life in business
in Port-au-Prince has told me this. But I didn't realize until now
that people in America were also aware of this fact.

Remember .... the U.B.P. used to boast: "It can't happen
here". And "the harder you bounce the Bahamian ball the higher
it will bounce"
Well .... It did happen "here". Overnight this purse-proud Old
Guard group were wiped out.
They have been so completely erased from the Bahamian scene
that today It is as though they never existed.
The ball finally burst .... and it proved to have been full of only
.... air.
Now the P.L.P. Government seem to feel that the Bahamlas is
so attractive that people are bound to flock to the islands.
Take care lest they have erased the quality of life in the islands
that made them attractive to quality people.
**********
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Where, with like haste, though several ways they run;
Some to undo and some to be done. -SRJH EHM


Three blind mice, see how they run!
They all ran after the farmer's wife,
Who cut off their tails with a carving knife,

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farmor Bahamian histor ,

taught in order that one and all
of our young, might know past
facts concerning their native
land and its pioneers.
There are many book
wrthtten on thewhsr od th
placed in all School libraries,

'etlerA. In Sunn tI ls rly J
Nortcroft. In a Forgotten
Colony by Amelida D
Deffries, Ups and Downs by
Bishop Roscoe Sheddan
Naasau Guardian Handbook,
Nassau Daily Tribune
Handbook and others. Our
students today are in most
cases able to tell you about the
mountains of Europe, and the
many volcanic eruptions, but
very, very, few can tell you

teir nive ladand es pa 1 e
There is no better educated
man or woman, than a well
read man or woman. For
reading is an education in
itself. In fact, one is really not
educated until he or she is well
read and has travelled some.
And in conclusion my tellow
aountrymeto now that ewe are
independent nation as we are
already calling ourselves, let us
make up our minds to give
justice where justice is due.
Render to Caesar the things
which belong to Caesar. Look
for the good in our fellow
Bahamians and all others,
recognize ability where wt fnni

un es rable ad lw about o

in those whom we may not
love, stop trying to wreak
vengeance on this one and the
other one, remembering what
the good book says:
"Vengeance is mnee dat t

with a heart full of love and
good will and not hate," and
work shoulder to shoulder and
try to build a greater and
better Bahamas.
And to our local papers and
their editors, do not be
discouraged, but keep on with
your good work, i.e. those of
you who are engaged in good
work. And I close with the old
saying, "You cannot keep a
good man down, for he is like a

hr it wl gain flkoat o to
some other place. We need the
Tribune and more so after
Independence so what? Thank
you Mr. Dupuch.

FOR TRUTH, FOR RIGHT
AND FOR GOD.


EDITOeRThe Triburs,divs

after them.
The good is oft interred with
their bones."
Although from all sides I am
made to feel like a dead man

soel eemeerin o ne ofnhe
high and low moments during
mrg srugginsd ins hepng t
Progressive Liberal Party in this
country.
In 1949, and again in 1956 I
recall roughing it out with the
Hon Mito Butle r,
G~overnor-designate, while he
was on his way to San Salvador
to support one of his sons as a
candidate for that island, while
I stopped off at Cat Island to
support the candidate there. In
those days it took individuals
tdhependspecial brand a
courage to stand up against the
entrenched Establishment. It
also took a person with a
certain amount of apparent
disregard for all they had to
offer to stand out as an
example for the masses to


amnesty or forgvnessc,
especially from the Prime
Minister the Hon. L. O.
Pindling and his Deputy tim

uH hfo th acHrlrtcirt
had honestly offered in my last
letters in 1969, but tim
apparent disrespect which I
had made in certain refernnes
to the two men in their hig
offices. i beg to state now that
all was done without hate or
rancr na myp posed the
Government and returned to
the fold and were accepted.
Bearing in mind the Prime
Minister's New Year's Day
kpeh t, in myesunset tyears

amson yd pom(. s mpl yr
to be given a square deal with
regard to both the privilegess
and responsibilities of our
emerging nation. God knows
that my suffering has been
great indeed.
F. N.RUSSELL
January 29, 1973.


EDITOR The Tribune.
From time to time I sit and
read our local papers, and note
very carefully just what various
arite tsthe Press hav tot s
one, whether white or black,
ntive o xariate I dro
nta ourolaw making As eb y
every now and then to listen to
debates taking place there on
various matters affecting the
life of our Commonwealth.
And I deeply regret to say, that
in most cases it is sad and
boring to listen to the many,
many, undesirable things said
about a number of our
Bahamian-born people, and the
very often the abusive manner
in which they are referred to.

,cn lusion hatv tar d etesth
delight of my fellow
countrymen is to do his best to
belittle and discount his own
fellow Bahamian. And men and
women who have throughout
the years fought many, many.
battles, intellectually and
otherwise through blood, sweat

hodmeln I o urs a bet er an
happier place in which to live.
And what makes it so
criminally unfair, is the fact,
that we are doing our very best
to inculcate into the minds of
hundreds of young people
between the ages of twelve and
twenty-one, untrue and
ntalicious things about those

sra e, cee or coor an
endeavouring to give to younS
and innocent minds a warped
mind. We do not as yet seem to
fully realize that what is said, is
maid, and what is written is
hrtee tAndh touhn though
always rise again. Yes, these are
some of the weaknesses of the
majority of our Bahamian-born
people*
The youth of today are the
men and women of tomorrow.
Therefore instead of
endeavouring to preach all the


emulate. To the younger
people of today, I want to
make it known that I was such
a person and filled such a role.
pehremncecentthov ra
Minister in winning the late
general elections reminds me
about my prophetic words
about the man after the
election in 1967 when I wrote
that Mr. Pindling "was born to
mule But I remember the
grates*7 of my pedictions wa

present Governor-designate the
Hon. Milo Butler Sr., in a
barber shop when I told him
that his past record on behalf
of his peo le alon gul hs
rea berng wud si
admrbl fov oimto become

Bahamas.
Having served the cause and
principles of the P.L.P. at a
crucial stage of its development
without any hope of personal
reward, in this Jubilee year of
our country I am asking for an


evil that we can to them'
wouldn't it be much mecer, and
more honourable and Godly, if
st were to prec hto the a
men and women of the past
have done to build this
Bahamas of ours from a mere
fishing village as it is
commonly referred to on the
floor of our Assembly, to what
it is today, a modern and
proaressive city.
Now let us be fair if only for
once. I ask without any fear of
contradiction, can any
sane -m in ded citi zen
conscientiously say, that men
like the late Leon Dupuch, S.
A. Dillett, Hon. A. F.
Adderley,Seoen Waln Yon

B. Johnson, Sir George
Gambling, and last but not least
the Editor of the Tribune, Sir
Etienne Dupuch, did nothing
to help build this
Commonwealth of ours right
from the bottom to the top? I
challenge you to say to the
ntrry Itans aa common
which says: "That the pulpit
and the press are the two
strongest and most influential
factors in any community,
whether for good, or for evil".
And whether or not you agree
with me friends, or whether
you like the Editor of The
Trbn emannotm his paper has

ogis lreato and again t
trying to get justice and
fairplay for one and all. There
were times when perhaps we
did not see eye to eye with the
Editor or his editorials, many
of wehicih wer in at opinion
still, the record is there for
generations to read and digest.
And right here may I suggest to
those who are responsible for
the education of our children,
that in all of our schools from
the Primary right up to the
Government High School, that


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
I AM NOT SURPRISED at anything that is happening in the
Bahamas. I expected the Govemnment to make a lot of critical
mistakes. That is why I anticipated the possibility that the time
might come when I might want to leave my homeland and make a
life somewhere else
But I did not anticipate the policy of bitter hatred and revenge
that the Government has followed. And so the decay has come
much faster than even I had anticipated.
*++*******
I have tried to convince the Govemnment that it was producing
a people who would soon become disappointed and frustrated.
In the same way that they feel that they can build up a big
fishing industry where the supply is limited .... and build up an
agricultural economy without markets .... they have trained
people for jobs that no longer exist.

free neerps sye mosre taie pel wr n edued ctha t
schools were turning out. But the Government has hamstrung
that growth. In spite of six years of experience, they continue to
pursue in many areas a policy of hatred and repression. The result
is that, while young people are being trained and led to expect
"pie in the sky" when they come out of school .... many of them
have gone jobless .... and many of them have been forced into
positions for which they lack experience. This has been bad for
business and it has discouraged both local and foreign investment.
*++*++***
In a news story in The Tr2ibune last month it was recalled that
in March 1970 civil service rolls had expanded from 4418
employees in 1966 to 7,938 in 1970 an 84 percent increase
within the space of four years. ~
This report was published three years less one month ago.
And so it may be reasonably assumed that the numbers have still
further multiplied during this period.
Now the situation must be becoming critical. The Govemnment
wants to reduce the retiring age in the Public Service from 60 to
55. The reason for this proposal is that they are faced with the
problem of finding places Jos: students, coming home from
schools absload, with whmhey amruunder contract. ,
This proposal has not been happily received by senior men in
the Public Service. There is some resistance to the plan but,
whether it is done or not, this can at best be only a temporary
relief to a steadily growing problem.
**********
Usually trouble in a country starts with common labour.
Certainly labour is restless and, in many cases, it has got out of
control in the Bahamas. But this is not the level from which
trouble has come in some of the newly independent territories.
Both in Trinidad and in Ceylon riots were sparked by
intellectuals .... educated men who have become misfits in an
organized society or who have been trained for jobs that do not
exist .

e e ydin til Bnho doubt be prepare to oce on s~eu
stated publicly that with the approach of independence the
Government will need to strengthen its internal forces because it
had been the experience of other new nations that a much
stronger police force was needed to put down disorders.
Oh happy independence! A policed freedom!
..........
When the PLP got control of the Govemnment the expatriate
colonylvas in a strong position.
I told them then that, if they stuck together they might not be
hurt. There were isolated cases of courage in this group, such as
Joe McKenna at Freeport and the Bank of London and Montreal
which stood up against a strike of a large number of its local staff
in Nassau. Joe McKenna paid a big price for his courage. He lost
his business and home. Now he and his wife are living in Riviera
Beach, Florida where they have been able to start life over again.
But, on the whole, this group has been running like a lot of
frightened rabbits. Every man has been looking for his own hole
to hide in and cover his miserable skin.
Even some of our Christian leaders, who are now hide-bound
with work permits, have failed to speak out when they needed to
be heard.
All along the line in official Government expatriates have
docilely laid down to have their necks trampled under foot. We
have even seen what we knew in the past as British justice go by
default .
In business circles there has been this policy of retreat under
pressure. For example, when The Dib~une was forced to close
down its Grand Bahama operation because of Immigration
pressure .... not a single voice of protest was heard. This was a
serious matter, far more serious than Bahamian people realize.
The only protest was raised by a European living at Freeport who
wrote a letter to TIhe Jibune
In the meantime .... men and women are being picked off one
by one and crushed under the Govemnment's policy of hatred and
repression.
And the Govemnment is too blind to see that .... in the end ....
hate destroys itself. Every day .... far faster than I thought
possible in a supposedly intelligent comrmunity .... the
Govemment is creating its own Frankensteinlan monster.
**********
A great controversy has blown up in the Bahamas about the
attitude of the Opposition in the House of Assembly to
Independence for the Bahamas.
They ran on a no independence ticket. The party lost the
election but, in the same way that Government was given a
mandate by a majority of the voters to seek independence for the
colony, the Opposition were elected by people who were
viletlthe Op osinn acptded inependence. They voted for it
when it came up in the House.
The delegation that was sent to London to write a new
constitution accepted it as an accomplished fact, so much so that
even the Government in Britain was surprised as both sides


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strikes, so OUT!
was eting! It just made us sick.
Pleak print this and tell people if they don't want
salmals lb tbetr yard to just chase them away. You can't
teach a dead salimal agythig. And for those of you who do
help these lttl creaturers in the winter when food s hard
to come by, God bless you.
Lnow and peace ib you, Abby. Please don't use our
names, sign u, 18, 18 AND 15 IN WATERLOO.
DEAR 18. IS, AND IS: And love and peace to yes, too!
'al sorry yes won't allow me to dislese year sames. Yes
are three berafltal strsn.

CONFIDENTIAL to "ammarried, p~segnt, sad beteen
two fires": Slace you state yea are morallyr ag~last aborties.
sad year only problem s whether to keep the baly or put
it out for adoption, I arge yea to go to arnoralstato
caled BIRTHIRIGHT~. They are very muceh coneorned about
womes in your plight rad wlli help yes to mae a decistoo
yea can Ive wRith. G~od bles yea.
Preblems Trat Abby. For a personal reply, wrrite to
ABBY, BOX MMl~, L A., CALIF. suge sad eacloe a
straped, addressed eavelope.

Hate to write blecrtters ed $1 to Abby, Box WTW, la.
Aagoele, Cal. SMM, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Iab
br for MU Occes."







-- Two Cashiers to work in the Cashiers Cage of'
the Casino
Minimum educational requirement High
School Graduate
-- Some banking or accounting experience
preferred but not absolutely essential
Hours six shifts (8 hours each) per week.
8.00 p.m. 4.00 a~m.
Interesting opportunityy for persons with
initiative and ambition.
Salary to be commensurate with experience
--Applicants are requested to submit by
February 15, 1973, in
Applicants are requested to submit by
February 15, 1973, in their own handwriting, all
pertinent background information on themselves
including two personal references, all previouS
employers and business experience
Eligible applicants will be contacted for personal
intervieWS.

Letters of application are to be forwarded to the
Director of Security, Paradise Island CasinO,
P. O. Box N.3707, Nassau, BahamaS.


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1#3 BP Cc~age T~ttthaelltt~~~~ttt~~ Y. Ne w Sad. les
DEAR ABBY: I am a 29-yeroid woman who has been
married and divorced three times in the last 10 years. You
will probably say what everybody else says when you flad
out I married and divorced thre same man all thre times*
Our last divorce became final three weeks ago, and
now Mike is bseging me to marry him agala. We have no
children and we don't want any. I really love the guy,
Abby, but the only time he is good to me is when we're
divorced. Mikte is a wonderful lover, but he's a rotten
husband. When we're man and wife he drinks, runs around,
and stays out late. I never know whbetre hes or who he's
with, which drives me up a wall.
If you knew how much we've spent on lawyers you
would think we were out of our minds. I k~nowr there will
never be any other man for me, but I know if i marry
Mike again be'll go back to his old mean, abusive ways.
Can you help me? THREE-TIIME CLOSER
DEAR LOBER: Three strikes rad a man is OUT, as
matter how good he pitches. Some men are gusat to date
but not to mate, sad Mike could be one of teme.

DEAR ~ABBY: Our daughter is 21, and she shares an
apartment with another girl. Until she went to college she#
was very considerate, and since she was an only child we
were a very close family.
Althe she was invited, she did not spend Christmas,
Thanksgiving, Mother's Day, or Father's Day with us. She
sent cards, but she spent those special days with her boy
friend and his parents.
Naturally, I was upeet, and wh~en I confronted her she
said there are 365 days a year to love us, and why should
she give up these particular days? She says times have
changed and I am square. Am I? VERY HURT
DEAR HURT: No, but don't make sor issue of it. I can
understand your beingl "hurt," but if you continue to mare
her feel guilty, you may see even less of her.

DEAR AIMY: My brother, Bob, was adopted by my
family when he was a small baby. Bob is now over legal
age, and was just informed that his real mother is an
Indian living in Alaska and he is getting money from her
oil rights.
Bob says it is all like a dream, because he never knew r
he was adopted. He is trying to make up his mind whether
to go to Alaska to collect the money. He doesn't know what
to say to his mother, who la still livng, because he has
always considered the mother who raised him ble one and
only mother.
Would you ask your readens how adopted children and
real mothers feel after meeting each other after being
separated for over 20 years? Is it a good extperience or a
bad one? NO NAME, PLEASE
DEAR WO NAME: I would guess it's almost always a
tearfully joyous rention, but Pll ask. Readesnt

DEAR A'BBY: Here in Iowa the witntersar pretty cold,



Today, we saw a lttl squirre who had been in our
neighborhood for as long as we can remember go into a
neighbor's yard and start to eat out of a brd feeder. Abby,
this neighbor came out of his house with a shotgun and
with one shot KILLERD that little hungr squirrl while he


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AP Newsleetwes


The Bahamas Youth Evangelism Fellowship,
Invites you to see, "The Tony Fontane Story," in
color, at the A. F. Adderley High School
Auditorium, Haroid Road, on Saturday, February
3rd, at 8:00 P.M.

The Tony Fontane Story is more than a motion
picture .... it is a unique, unforgettable and
soul-searching experience, and it's FREE.


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MOnthly income Deposits
minimum deposit 2.000
Deposits of 12 000 placed for a fixed period
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annum, paid monthly without deduction of
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good regular monthly Income. 0epositscan
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rates of Interest will be quoted on application.

minm. o deoit 5,000
Time deposits placed for a fixed period of 5
years will earn a fixed rate of 8)% per annum
paid half-yearly without deduction of UK
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MADEIRA SEE5T PA MDALE


Friday, February 2. 1973.


First Bahamian manaler to


head Ministryl office abroad
Mr. Harold Eugene Gibbs has been appointed manager of the
Bahama Island Tourist Office in Boston. The appointment is to
become effective February 5, according to an announcement by
the Hon. Clement Maynard, Minister of Tourism.


If you are energetic and hard working

If you enjoy dealing with pole

If you are interested in an unlimited income

If you have two years experience in selling
Then we are interested in interviewing you for a

position in our sales department.


Mr. G~ibbs, 25, was educated
a: St. John's College, Nassau,
and was graduated from
Waohinagtodn. H i the isit
Bahamian to fill the post of
regional manager of an overseas
tourist office of the Ministry of
Tourism. For the past two
years he has been employed as
a sales representative in the
Bahama Islands Tourist Office


in Washington.
Mr. Maynard said that as
positions of creative
res onsibillt becm savailab e
Tourism, it was his intention to
fill them with qualified and
capable Bahamians and to that
end the Ministry has set up
training programmes.
The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Gibbs of Nassau, the
younger Mr. Gibbs majored in
marketing while attending
Howard University. To help
himself through school, he
worked part-time at the
Bahama Islands Tourist Office
as a trainee. On his graduation,
he began work on a full-time
basis in the Ministry's
Washington office.
forerG Mss DonedBwe als
a Bahamian. They have a
daughter.
Mr. Gibbs succeeds the
American manager, Mr. David
Shaffer who has resigned to
assume a senior post in the
general office of Northwest
Airlines in Minneapolis.
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PAUL H. BETHEL SEN. GERALD CASH

New directors of Ca stle Bank
SENATOR THE HON. Gerald C. Cash, O.B.E., J.P. and Paul H.
Bethel, have been elected directors of Castle Bank & Trust Ltd.
Their appointments took effect on December 28.
Senator Cash is a member of the Law Firm of Cash, Fountain
&r Bowe and Mr. Bethel is a partner in the Law Firm of
McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes.
Other members of the Board are A. J. T. Gooding, Samnuel B.
Pierson, president of the company and H. Michael Wolsteneroft,
vice-president and secretary.




Potter as head of AIlley here


For information, call


THE ELECTION OF NEIL D. COATES as general manager
of the International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation
insurance operations in the Bahamas, was announced Wednesday
by Howard T. Cohn, ITT vice president and group executive of
the ITIT Financial Services grouP-
Mr. Coates, formerly an
executive in the marketing
department of The Hfartford
Insurance Group, succeeds Paul
S. Potter who is retiring as
head of Abbey Overseas
Insurance Company, Ltd. and
its subsidiary Abbey.
International Insurance
Cremppaar ofd Thebcompanies L *
which also has insurance
operations in Great Britain,
Canada and The Netherlands.
After heading Coates and
Dorsey, Inc., a local insurance
agency in Miami for 23 years, NEIL D. COATES
Mr. Coates joined The Hartford ... heads ITT here
in 1968. H~is responsibilities
included contact work with
state and national agent
associations, state insurance
departments and legislative
committees and development
of The Hartford's new agency
agreement.
He also served as liaison with K
Aumerican AgencheM nagtemred
Tampa, Fla.-based subsidiary.
Mr. Coates has been active
throughout his career in
industry committees and was D
president of the Florida at
Association of Insurance
Agents and a director
representing Florida with the
National Association of
Insurance Agents. He attended
Washington and Lee
University .
He is married and has one I M.S.


DUE NASSAU

- 13th Februar y
5 th March
29th March
20th April


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FREEPORT: Some 2,700 cruise
pssen-da ecrio that bgan o
Thursday on six cruise ships
an ordding to tthe Grnd Benehpsor
Cruise Ship Development Board.
Costa Line's T.S. Flalvia arrived
from Miami by way of Nassau on
Thursday, with 650 visitors. She
returned to Miami today. The s.s.
Emerald Seas is chartered for aI
special cruise this week and will not
isr eeport.Cruise Lines' m~v.
Freeport will make her regular
three voyages to Freeport from
Miami on Friday, Sunday and
Tuesday at 10 p.m., with an
expected total of 1,400 passengers.
She leaves Freeport for Nassau on
Saturday, Monday and Wednesday
at1 6 a.m. The m~v. Freeport remains
in the Miami Terminal all day on
Thursday.
On Sunday, February 4, Eastern
Steamship Lines' s.s. Bahamal Star is
scheduled to arrive in F~reeport at
noon with 500 passengers. She sails
for Miami early Monday morning.
On Monday, February 5,
Norwegian Caribbeean Lines' m.s.
Sunward docks in Freeport at 9.30
p~m. with 250 persons. The
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C8696 '
STENOGRAPHER
The R arl Bank of Cald
internat onal Limited Cansada
requires the services of an

Aplcant .hu peral

Language anhdo ha HihSh

70 w. .m. Bahamin I ly
Apply in writing ano oTh
Secretary, P. O. Box N-1445
Nassau or call for an
appointment at telephone
56021 '
C8706
ST. ANNE'S HIGH
AND JUNIOR SCHOOLS,
NASSAU.
The above school requires the
following staff for the school
year commencing September*
1973:-
St. Anne's is an Anglican
School in two sections, the
Primary School being separate
from the High School.
( ) AN ENGLI SH
GRADUATE
(2) A FRENCH GRADUATE
(3) A HISTORY GRADUATE,
who must be willing to offer
some GEOGRAPHY.
Applicants for these posts,
required to be able to teach up
to "A" level standard.
( 4) A PH YSICAL
EDUCATION MASTER able
to offer MATHEMATICS.
(5) A Trained Primary School
TEiACHER, able to offer
music.
AII applicants please write to:
The Headmistress, P. O. Box
6256 M.S., Nassau, Bahamas,
for details of service and
Govern ment salary scales*
On application please give
details of all certificates and
qualifications*
C8695
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Heavy duty Electrical
Service Technician re-
quired immediately by, local
Caterpillar dealer. BAHTRAC.
Age 25 and up, including 3-5
years experience in repair of 3
phase generators, control
panels, automatic transfer
switches and related electrical
components. Fringe benefits
enjoyed by all employees. For
appointment please call Dave
Sands, Service Manager, Nassau
telephone 3-5701 or write to
P. O. Box N-3238, Nassau
Bahamas.


C8676
FULLY FURNISHED one and
two bedroom apartments,
Centreville. For further
information, phone 5-8679,
ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C8678
2 and 3 bedroom house for
rent on McKinney Drive off
Carmichael Road. Phone
3-6565.

STR8E for rent, East Street
south, opp ste3C~oconut Grove

C8646
LARGE UNFURNISHED 2 or
3 bedroom house Boyd
Subdivision. Phone 2-1170
from 9-5.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C7106
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.

C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8651
PRIME OFF ICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 3-2351/4.

C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
-Th ompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.

C8652
BACHELOR ROOM in
respectable home in Palmdale
with private entrance. For
information call 51044.

C8690
FURNISHED APARTMENT,
airconditioned. Located at the
corner of Centreville and
Madeira Street. $175 per
month For fur th er
information phone day 2-4264
-- night 3-1143.
C8661 -
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house -
Farrington Road. Partly
furnished. Suitable for large
family or couples sharing.
Telephone and airconditioninq.
Phone 77414 after 6 D.m. *
C8638
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLULBCRBeh hTan NASSAU
Terrace West Centreville)
El *dnt dulfurnishe~d a d
apartments, airconditioned
swimming pool. Short or long
term. Phone 2-1841, 2-1842,
74116, 2-8224 or 2-8248.
C8708
BAYCROFT one bedroom
a part ment, beautifully

a epone 530m on ly.p Cl

C8691
1. VILLAGE ROAD 3
bedrooms, 3 baths, large house
ideal for entertaining. Nicely
furnished.
2. EAST BAY STREET 3
bedrooms, 2 baths
Overlooking the ha rbour.
Beach and safe anchorage for
small yachts. Fully carpeted
rndnisrd conditioned. Partly
3, EAST BA1Y STREET art2

furnished small house
H. G. CHRIS 6
Real Estlt
309 Bay Street
P. O. Box N8164
Nassau '
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042.
C8716
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
unfurnished house, with fridge
and stove Gleniston Gardens.
Phone 51314 '


C8719

oUndSoH) esideacriou

tpop bacraendroun ,n c ildraen's
private water supply'
overlooking western highway,
convenient beaches, golf ,
airport. Owner phone 5-7224
evenings.



C8686
GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY 1 m. a
Street, 2nd 10 veaym. Bay o
Eastern PoliccirSveay wet o

C8674
ONE BARBER'S chair, 1
shampoo basin 1
airconditioning unit 24000
BTUs. Terms cash. Telephone
3-2079.
C8700
1 record player almost new
1 Car Radio
Ladies dresses size 16 plus
various household goods.
1 Automatic Hoover. Phone
5-7766.
C38621
PIANO ACCORDIAN
"Hohner" model excellent
condition. $75 or nearest offer.
Tel. 5-3463 after 6 o.m.
C8711
GREAT BUYS
2-man Rubber boat with oars,
$40.
Blender with ice-crusher -
$25.
2-bookcases $10 each, Call
41108.

CARSFOR SALE
C8670
MUST SELL THIS WEEK
1967 Triumph 1300 with 1971
engine, new paint job. Very
good condition. $850 or best
offer. Phone 24450.
C8633
1971 FORD ESCORT. Phone
7-7231
C8701
1972 PONTIAC Ventura It
automatic, airconditioned'
power steering, excellent
condition. $4,300. Financing
available. Telephone 5-7766.
C8659
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTIONS
1970 Chevrolet

16 aChevy it $ 00
1971 Ford Escort
Au omatic Beige $85
1971 Morris 1300
5/W Automatic $1600
1971 Vauxhall Victor
296 0 ia o4 Green $00
1970 Mustang Red A/C $2400
1968 Javelin A/C $1600
1969 Dodge Monaco

191 Vv 4 Dr. $75
1967 Chevy II A/C $85
Automatic Yellow $900
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone -- 34636-7-8

C8612
FIAT 124 Sports Coupe, 4,000
miles. $2,500.
MORRIS Traveller, automatic.
Liri ew. $1500. Phone 51147

C8710s.
ROVER 2000. 1970 -A/C,
automatic, Top condition.
$2,400. o.n.o. Call 41108.
C8721
MORRIS 1969 Station Wagon.
33,000 miles, one owner. Call
9 to 5, 3-6645, afterwards
3-1286.
C8722
1970 MORRIS 1300 Station
Wagon in excellent running
condition, Radio. $1,000 cash.
Phone 4-2986 evenings.

gg ~t~
OPPORTUIITIES
C8558
WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2-7667 P. O. Box
N4764, FRANK LARE'f
REAt, ESTATE LTD. Let us


take you on a FREE
complimentary tour of any
subdivision ofyour choice with
no obligation to buy.
CALL US TODAY


CS68
2 HOUSES for sale -- 2 doors
west of Barclay's Bank on
Madeira:-
1. 2-storey building 3
bedrooms, 1H bath, drive-in
garage.
2. 2-bedroom 1 bath, living
room, dining and kitchen -
Both $45,000. Phone 5-4684.

C8663
CORNER building lot, main
road, very near The Current
Club, Eleuthera. $1750.00 or
make a sound offer. Contact
Mr. Kelly, Nassau Florist Ltd.,
P. O. Box N-4635, Nassau, or
n ti collect 5-2598 or 2-4223


IAGE 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.

C8662
BEAUTIFUL two bedroom
furni sh ed apartment
overlooking Montagu Bay (very
desirable area). New complete
rugs, stove, refrigerator, heater,
wall mirrors, sliding doors, etc.,
Good rental no problem.
$27,500.00 Will consider
exchange in Florida. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime. P. O. Box N-4635,
Nassau.
C8693
FOR SALE
1. Delightful Coral Harbour
residence excellent
location near Clubhouse
convenient to Flamingo
waterway. Three double
bedrooms, two baths,
spacious living-dining area,
sun porch, modern
kitfhen, carport, etc.
Exceptional buy at
$77,000 furnished.
2. Outstanding buy in
de Iigh t ful hi IItop
residence near Montagu.
Three bedrooms, two
baths, living room, dining
room, patio, kitchen,
Laundry, two-car garage
etc. Favourable terms
available to suitable
p re s peac t. $6 0,000 t
furnished.
3. Attractive five-bedroom,
four-bath hilltop residence
Montagu. Living room,
dining, Bahama room,
porch, patio, laundry,
carport, etc. $80,000
furnished.

4. Excellent investment in
Charming residence off
ViIlage Road with two
extra landscaped lots with
fruit trees providing
190-foot frontage by 103
feet deep. Two bedrooms,
one bath, living room'
dining room, patio,
garage, etc. $53,000
furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE
Real Estate
309 Bay Street,
P. O. Box N8164*
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042

C 18 FOR SALE
Sacrifice go geous bes h ot
acre. land etablished resort
co vnient everything. Phone
owner 5-7224 evenings.
C8714 ~ABACO PROPERTY
North of Cherokee Sound. Half

Coe t c ean2 bac Only 1)6
tracts available from $2,000.00
per tract. Undeveloped
property. Call Philip Browr.
Phne 3 23 7 81 sfe 6
p.m.



C8656
2 STOREY HOUSE for rent on
Bay Street near Armstrong
Street. 5185 per month. Phone
2-2152.

C8518
1. TWO SHOPS available in the
East Bay Shopping Centre,
East oayS at 4Fo further
2. 'Office, warehouse, open
yard storage area at the corner
of Virginia & Heathfield
Streets. For further
Information call 2-4782.

C86244
DOWNutoWN OFFICES
Second floor office suite at IPS


House, Shirtey Stret*
furnished, airconditioned
$2510.00 per month, including
utlifties call 21980-1-2-3 to
view.


SPA~CIOUS SELF contained
aps amt nearpr Montr
Inclusive utilities. Phone
.34312.


C8668
STI LL MORE German
Shepherd Pups left. Prices
reduced. See Alexander Virgil,
Durham Street off Mount
Royal Avenue.

F an
C868'7
Very friendly half-grown cat,
blckwith orange and white




,C86677
LTD. Sm eVdEYING off erh s


sentrevile. Tel pone*T r45a


YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
Further to the advertisement
dated the 28th December 1972
the following tots will be sold
as of the 28th February 1973:-


46 Basit & Clarabelle Williams
86 Prince & Patricia Knowles
215 Elizabeth Adderley
224 Stephanie Bowe
231 Lucitas & Natalle Green
342 Douglas Simms
398 Patrick Neely
419 Carison Whylly
426 Edgar Ferguson
430 William Cancino

C8713
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that Vanick Jean Baptiste of
East Street N. P., is applying to
the Go vernor for
naturalisation, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statemlelt
of the facts to the Deputy
Governor, Bahamas.


MARINE SUPPLIES

C8083
20' OUTBOARD CRUISER ~
120 hAp. engine 25 watt radio
telephone -- sleeps 3
complete with anchor and gas
tanks -- Calf 36542 or 55811.

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. sox sense
oast su\ rom *


TROJANYAGHT E
-A DIVISION OF



P C4EMAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C8709

HP. MeRrcRuers.1R 8 holdlers0
toilet etc. $4,800.00 or nearest
offer. Tel. 31020 after 6 p.m.
C8720
1FOR SA2L3E OR CHdAaR Re
hull, 290 tons, powered by
crnew tp to d3 e .11d In, a d
crne.14f' x 42ft. double
bottom itJxeent shae.
Contot OSa Shipig Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Teasure Gy, Aaco.
pone 5.
C8717
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
CHRISCRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YAC HTS

MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES

P. O. Box N16858
Telephone 24869

C8704
40' DRIFT-R-CRUZ houseboat
twin Chryster 210 H.P. 6-5 kw
generator. Airconditioned,
freezer and complete galley

mny htdras.h812,t000.0 Call
223.


C8694
THE ROYAL BANK O
CANADA requires the srie
of two 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.

STRADE SERVICES






Mace S reet



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 BINDER
OR JACK CASH.
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798 '
Airport 77434
C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT
'UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO'S
NEW 'S UPE R STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
51071-2-3-4.
C8634
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Chuck Hall 58213, 2-2300
or 2-1662, WORLD OF
MUSIC, Dewgard Plaza.

C8642
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS '
PANELS '
John S. George & Co. Ltd ,
For free estimates and, prompt
service call 2-8421 *

C8692
SALES SERVICE -
RENTAL.5
"New and Used"
Fox Brothers Refrigeration &
Airconditioning
Service.
Dowdeswell Street
(formerly Besco Building)
Telephone 2-8012.


In loving memory of our dear
sister Corine Pratt, who
departed this life on February
2nd, 1972.
O sister Pratt how we miss you
Never more on earth' to roam.
Some glad day we are going to
meet you
On that bright eternal shore.
Left to mourn: Mother, one
son, one daughter, four sisters
and a host of relatives and
friends.

POSITION WAlTED
C8608
EXECUTIVE with belonger
status wishing to remain in the
Bahamas now seeks
emplo yme nt in a ny
administrative capacity
regardless of type of business.
Please write to P. O. Box
N7511 if interested, or phone
Nassau 41115.

#LP aggMTER
C8619
RE FRI GE RA TION AND
AIRCONDITIONING
MECHANIC to manage Service
Department and handle repairs.
Must have own tools Apply
in person to Fox Brothers
Furniture, Dowdeswell Street.
C8600
REQUIRED two chainmen,
bush-cutters for work in New.
Providence and Family Islands,
previous experience not
re4uired. Telephone 58825 or
24596 or write to P. O. BoR
N-7782, Nassau.
C8657
PRAE e hL aNUMSErWANoHD
transportation. Write P. O. Box
4e03 oneosnact and give

C8673
CLEAR'S ELECTRIC needs
2 electricians. Call Willard
Cleare for interview 3-6465.

C8677
COOK general, February to
June. Good wagers. Cable Beach
ne. Call 7-7827, 8 a.m. to

C8682
ABC MOTORS NF.EDS
PARTS COUNTERMENI. Must
have had at least 3 years
experience In auto parts
business Salaries
commensurate with
experience. Attractive fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Godwin-
Wright at 2-1031 for
appointment.


AUO MECHANIC WANTED
ABC MOTORS requires an
auto mechanic experienced in
all phases of automobile work,
but in particular the electric
system. Must have own hand
tools. Must be sober, reliable
and willing to work. Good pay
to right man. Many fring*
benefits. Call Mr. Stunce
Williams at 2-1031.


IN FREEPORT TEL 352-6808


C8671


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C8614
LARGE ONE bedroom
r~rtment, outeoastwith beah
rlt, and prkiate patio. Fully
furniherd. Couple. No pets or
children. Tel hone 24777 -
(EWmkris 69.


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aet. Ga.m. to 1p.mi.

WLP WANTED
P~OO MANIAOEIk:Must bea
pool mechanic and able to take
care of all the pool needs and
marintenance. Between the ages
of 34-40 and at least 4-5 years
exp erience. Ref erences
r*4uired.
KITCHEN HELPERS:This
position requires a lot of
standing. Must be able to work
in large kitchen and to clean
large kitchen area.
SOCIAL HOSTESS: Must have
at least 1%h years experience as
Social Hostess or Tour Escort.
Must be 21 years or older.
Must be neatly dressed, have
pleasing personality. Must be


4eu red with Police
ACCOUNTANT: Five years
experience is required. Must be
able to process P &r L. Must be
able to control A/R.
References are required along
with recent Police Certificate.
PLUMBERS: Must have
certified plumbers' licence
`Know all phases of welding.
Must be able to silver solder,
know how to burn different
types of burning. Know all
tpes of soldering. Read
b ueprints. Must be able to lay
out own plans. ,
PIPEFIT~TERS: Must know all
phases of mechanical
airronditioning. Must be able
to use steam to cut and thread
and be able to fabricate and
make various fittings of
different sizes for piping.
RESIDENT GOLF PRO: Four
to five years experience as Golf
Pro required. Must be able to
.run large golf shop, give
lessons and deal with
tournaments. Must be a
member of the Bahamas
P.G.A
CIVIL ENGINEER: Must have
experience in field supervision
and cost analysis. References
required.
OFFICE MANAGER: Must
have knowledge of accounting.
Will have full control of field
office. Must know cost control.
References required.
CONSTRUCTION FORE-
MAN: Must have knowledge of
heavy steel erection. Know
how to work all types of heavy~l
equipment. References
required.
PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR:
Will be in complete charge of
panelling insulation and
co-ordinator with other crafts,
will make all decisions
Involving project. Five to seven
years experience is required.
References needed.
WELDERS : Must have
knowledge of blueprint
reading, qualified burner, know
metals and heavy metal.
Knowledge of welding, bracing
and annealing and all types of
welding rods. License certified
with papers and references.
PIPEFITTER SUPERINTEN-
DENT: Must know all phases
of mechanical work such as,
air-conditioning, heating,
refrigeration, sheet metal
plumbing Installation and be
able to cut and thread, sweat,
wedge, annealing and brazing.
Be physically able to carry
heav piestl. Fairknowledgeiof
A/C, refrigeration and broilers.
C rt led lIkense and
PLU;F~~~ MBING SUPERINTEN-
DENT: Read all phases of
plans, install all phases
cs iactio orsons. K w cas
of both labour, material from
priccetrist, know gas and water,
eleevrin f panel control,
Know Ade of swl mng poo

exchange, hot water systems,
includirt balanc ing. Must
know house pumps and hot
water circulation pumps,
material take-off. Must be able
to get along with people,


Certified license master.
PLUMBING FOREMANs Must
be able to read all phases of
plans, be able to install all
phases correctly for health and;
saditationbreasons. Must knaw
cutting threading and be able

Certified Licence and
references are required.
INSULATORS: Must be able
to read blueprints, read and
understand specifications,
know method of application
on hot water I~nes, chill water
llines, Freon lines and heat
exmchanges. Know different
systems in duct work akid
exhaust hold insulators. Must
have own tools. References are
required.
SHEET- METAL WORKERS
Must be licensed and certified.
Know pin distribution, be able
to do take-offs and layouts, be

bupr nts, knowealdoafrsd
.References are required.
PIANIST: Five years
ex perience req uire d.
References must be furnished.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, PE RSONNEL
OFFICE E, MONDAY
FRIDAY, 9 A.M. UNTIL 3.00


C8625
FURNISHED 1 large bedroom ,
apartment with telephone --
East Shiriey Street. Phone
58196.


C8724
3 BEDROOM 2 baths house.
Situated Anson Road.
Stapledon Gardens. For
information call 5-4258

FOR SArLE OR MrET
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -
hnqu 4 room designer's
2o~me a est cottage,m fielo
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkin, C/o Box 101, Harbour
Island.


08100
ENROLL NOW
Typing
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Commercial Mathematics
Office Practice
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier (NCR
4200)
Dictaphone Typist
Filing
Telex Operator
B.J.C. and G.C.E. Classes:-
English
Mathematics
Literature
History


AUIESS, A AreEMYStreetF
Op oite9 Collins Avenue.

Ihne MEMORIAL


C8697


C8698
LIVE-IN maid required. Has to
supply good references. Phone
C. W. F. Bethell 24891
weekdays .


Name


Lot Number


I I~mELP WAT
C7090
MEMANI EXPE IENCED
service department. Must have
minimum of 3 years with
knowledge of General Motors

beeuit with f ctoryC trii
Bahamians only need apply.
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
SLtd., Telephone 352-7001.

D WASHERS: General
cleaning of dishes. .
POT WASHERS: This Job
requires long periods of
standing.
LAUNDRY WORKERS: Must
have previous knowledge of
operating the pressing machine.
Must have at least one year
experience in Laundry Work*
PORTERS: Must have previous
experience of cleaning large
I hONareaTo do general
maintenance ok ex erence

maintenance. Must have 2-3
years experience.
TELEPHONE MANs Minimum
of 8 years experience. Must
have knowledge of telephone
installation, 1A key equipment
and central office repair and
maintenance.
FRONT DESK CLERKS: Four
to five years experince is
required. High school
education is a must. This
person must be courteous, neat
in appearance and able to deal
with the general public.
GARDENER: This person
must be able to work on large
pounds area and also must be

'arrangements.
BUTCHER: must have at
leastli-5 years experience, High
School education is a must.
References ae required.
AIR-CONDITION HELPER:
Must have knowledge of
Installing and repairing
diffarent ~ty pes of
air~onditioners. References are


IEL WANTEr I

MECHANIC Mechanic needs
to have several years
experie ce in maintenance and
overhu of mechanical
eqimes rs(pumps, turn s
~commonly in use in an
eectricNl Gower PlantA ER
(STEVEDORING) Must
ha e oufiint o prnng a
ensure safety of men and
cargo. Must know gear and
rigging. Must be able to fill in
as Winchman, Hatchwayman or
Craneman. Must accept other
duties when their is no
stevedoring.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR -
STEAM PLANT Would be
'required to work shift hours
and is directly responsible to
t)Mshift en eer on duty fr

odan auhx Idaries. rAppika t
station engineers certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in te
operation of boiler equipment.
Experience required in
operating water sofrening
equipment, including recycling
and regeneration, use of
chemicals and laboratory
`anaysis tests of wateF and
monitoring water systems.
WATCH SUPERVISOR (2)
-- Must qualify by proven
experience to be in charge of
shift and for proper operation
of eight diesel generating units
from 1,000 through 3,500
soW pnFrequsn chsta tng
required. Responsible for
system load dispatching in
co-ordination with steam
generation control room.
Switchyard voltage 12,600.
Apply to: Personnel
Oepartmant, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. O.
Box F-2600 or 30C Kiplirg
Building, Freeport, Grratd
Bahama*


C868 0
SHI PP ING FI FtM suks
applications from qualified
individuals for position as Vice
Pnreident to direct and
administer operational and
name la a Ivriti o t r

wor eld ocean
rnsp rdastion ofoe blk

C lor Aeege graduate with
bulkmm h*0 ears anxdprince
shipping. Pl~se ruea
applications to: Office ft the
PresidenT, Naivros Corportion,
P. O. iBox N796, Nassati
Lbhamas *


Partly furnished 3
bedroom apartment for
rent on Winton Highwary.
$275 per month. CaH
2-2511 days.~ 4-2063
eveningsr.


Elit Grbtilta


( II i i)MNTED


REAL ESTAITIE


FMQ RENT


SCHOOLS


PETS FOR SALE


IELP WANTED


FOR gggy


SCHOOLS
C8707
EN ROLL.NOW
Bookku~ping evening Classes
comrmnce-on Monday a:`trhe
Nassu Academy of Busines --
Ph ne 24993




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C8628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
required: High school graduate
or equivalent education: 3-S
years experience desirable.
Applicant must be able to take
dictation and type at a

Ies na l g ir o : Hi in
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport.
C7111
RESIDENT MANAGER: To
take complete charge of

Hdotl It. Must beca ben o
supervising and directing all
departments, also handle sales
and promotion. At least 10
years previous experience in
various areas of hotel field
necessary proof of
qualifications necessary.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: To
assist in the management of
Oceanus Hotels Ltd., must be

rspo ibioity taking o side
manager's absence. At least 10
years experience,
Apply to Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
Personnel Department, P. O.
Box F-351, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C8300
ITE RNdATIAONA ta RMhaof

several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freenort office .
Successful candidates will be
paid- excetient salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas. *

C7091
FULLY EX PERIEN CED
BODY MAN required, must be
able to repair all types of
vh cles and instl replaceme t

re-finishing stage. Minimum 3
years experience, full Company
benefits. Bahamians only need
apply.
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
Ltd., Telephone 352-7001.


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deO iAd Sthe d~s meap przen
the Evening Standard London~
Open last month. Robert Bei'.n
(Wmlte, to move), is unde;
p~reissure on the queen s flanZ,
insthas mattac ght chsn es
Wast should ~ellin pla~y?
Par limes: 10 seconas, chess
mascer or expe:t; 40 seco~ndsj,
10 nty atndr; 52 m nues,
average; 10 minutes, navlce.
--tontlay;` January 15 No. 9673.

Chess Solution
1 Kl--Kt5 chi Px Al; 2 Q--R3
oh 8-R3' 3 P xP. Ri-KR1j
his~~ sclrcal edW te hup regained

















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HELP WANTfED
$110
CATALYTIC WFST INDIES
,1MITED, POST OFFICE
g0X F-2544, FREEPORT,
giAND BAHAMA has job
gpportunities for Bahamians in
goe Industrial Maintenance


(5) years Refinery or Process
Industrial experience.
!INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN
- Pneumatic and Electronic
Instrumentation experience in
installation, Trouble-Shooting
ad Mairntenancel of Pneumatic
Equipment, Automatic Tank
Gaug ng, a rvo SMechanistms

tiectronics, Telepulse I and II
Telemetering and other
Electronic and Pneumatic
instrumentation pertaining to
Refinery operations.
Applicants should reply to:
The Deputy Chief Industrial
Officer, Ministry of Labour -
Freeport.
C7097
READ STOREKEEPER:
should be able to supervise
staff, purchase all food items
for the hotel and be
responsible for storage of food
its nalso31ssuing of sa teo
male applicant preferred *
FLAT WORKER: to sort out
soiled i~nen, feed them into
machine and folding away of
same, no experience necessary,
female applicant preferred.
LAUNDRY WORKER: to
press pants, coots, shirts and
coveralts, experienced female
applicant preferred.
('REDIT RECEPTIONIST:
should have knowledge of
Htle counting procedure ,
machines especially the NCR
4200, possess ability to discuss
accounting queries with
individuals as well as groups,
female applicant preferred.
CREDIT MANAGER: Must
posserssknowledge of business
administration, public
relations, accounting, law and
kno ledg ncl n c~cou~n2 9
mac ines icung N 40,

constnuo s acun ing, hhn
policy and administrative
discussions with individuals and
groups, male appl icant
preferred.
APply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn &r Golf
Club, Personnel Department.

C7107

lit heaAy HdE a MIics at aent
ofalth pts and pans use i h

E EC IVE CHEF: Maliiable
to supervise dishing up of all
t rqats ne respo sible for
preparation, test food in all
departments also check
month ly inventor les,
experienced preferred.
VEGETABLE COOK: Male,
must be able to prepare
vegetables according to daily
menu for the day's business,
follow daily routine and dish
out vegetables during the meal
hours. Experienced applicant
preferred.
PASTRY COOK: Wi~ale, must
be able to take charge of the
pastry shop, oversee all the
preparation of French pastries,
prepare all dessert items on the
day's menu. Experienced
applicant preferred.
Apply Ilionday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. and 12
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Gol arteub, Personnel


C7114
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
MANAGER Must have
thorough knowledge of Food
and Beverage, Menu Planning,
Staffing; must be capable of
organizing all matters related
to food and beverages, for
RortERotel SUPERINTEN-
DENT for Luxury Hotel.
Maintain and superybeev pwr

air-conditioning units and alt
general equipment for hotel
kitchen, rooms and public
ae ,n pumps, ai eammpres s
temperature controls.
Requirements: High School
graduate, with five (5) years
experience in similar position.
Contact LucaFa 36ac HeH
Grand Bahami, island.

C8653
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. Appl icant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.

Acontant reuire wih

general Accounting. Applicant
must be capable of preparing
Branch Acc uts mbd able i
to wer wihmnmmo
supervision. Please reply in
af rfenns gIvng fuhI dtal
>f education, qualifications
and experience to date.
Bahamians only will be
:onsideed,
gun Aillance C London
Insurance Group, Post Office
Box F-26, Freeort. Bahamas~



C8703
Te Siituar aKnn hts wul


cmm unnuato nac an
confirmation concerning the
programme which was to be
.held in Freeport on the 26t rfu


rn annunary aeweno nth sa rtt h e


held res onsible
Signed: PEDRO McFALL
Pres. Spiritual Knights



gtr ly rtbune


L~ -I 1


IREX MOR GAN, M.D.


SSTE VE


an excellent education.
'The Stars impel, they do not
youtlife is largely up to YOU!









SI16o4 7 3
West East


S9 5 J 4
South


South K 6 2 North East
1 Pass 06 Oble
leads the 010 to East's
OA.'3F The comes back.
doaer or defe d ral8 Hafa .
Lost one trick, declared, it seems.
must, lose three more, two
trynp and a club.
for YI th answer we ovi u.
the auestion wouldn't be put in
the first p ae.
an Anmeric nM t u nme
South's first move, when ne laid
down the OA mad ddaxwerred the
I-O Fun~kek, las toc
tase AA. Ntatd a diamond,
cashed the 45 and asited with


and dcards his losms clusb. If.
West returns a trump he won't
make his + btb oni because
n ~d"nung. Otherwise East
would win tenext trick, neces-
t~wS outh0 would alow
West, playsag after nmm, to score
his bare rQ.


C7108
IMPOTN US
ManufacturingACompany has a
career position available in
Freeport for a GENERAL
MANAGE R with Finance
Accounting background.
Responsibilities will include
the general management of
local manufacturing operations
and supervision of export
activity. Prime emphasis will be
on supervision of all
accounting and financial
functions. Marketing is not
involved. At least 5-7 years of
experience in Accounting and
management is called for, with
initiative and ability to work
idependently i prtant.

u~alicatins. resume in full
confidence to: P. O. Box F-25,
Freeport, Bahamas.
C7115



A ARSM ER E PNE IA NSC
BAAIANS ONLY. KENT
HIGH RS, FQEEPNS
9527231. *
7093 -
ILINGUAL SECRETARY,
UST SPEAK AND READ
RENCH ,GOOD
HOTAD AND TYPING*
OHK KEEPING AND
CCUTNG EXPERIENCE
NDMUST HANDLE OWN
CORRESPONDENCE .
PY:AIR CANADA, P. O.
XF391, FREEPORT.


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GENERAL TENDENCIES: Long-range ple r
that combine the old and new, the conventional
and unconventional, the ultra modern and antiquated can be
put in action easily today and tonight. You can also get
together with good friends and interesting acquaintances to
work out how to achieve humanitarian, personal aims.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You need information that can
best be gotten by contacting close friends and meeting them
socially. Know what your objectives are and then use positive
:methods to attain them. Avoid one who bickers a great deal.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your ambitions are fine
porkled wus e core up-to-date methods toz gain them

evening for the theater.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have excellent ideas you
have to do something about, because if you jump into
something else, you lose a great deal. Contact out-of-towners
and gain their cooperation. Stop wasting so much valuable
time foolishly.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Put those ideas to
work that will help you improve relationships. Keep promises
you made faithfully. Show more affection to mate and get
better results with this person.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Listen to ideas given you by
thoem who are modern and successful and progress faster
yourself. Get into civic work that will add much to success and
prestige. Safeguard your good name, though.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have found new ideas in
your paper that can be incorporated into present activities and
improve them immensely. Do whatever will please co-workers.
Avoid one who has strange ideas.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Get into proven pleasures, but
bring them more up to date and derive much pleasure from
them. Show you have real charm, are an excellent host,
hostess. Don't forget to pay that important bill early.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You think you can do
whatever you please at home, but it is better if you show you
are cooperative, then all is fine. Listen to what kin have to
suggest. Evenmsg can be particularly happy there
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are able to get
much shopping done. Keep appointments that are important
and engage in other important activities, including the social.
SGet associates' okay for your new plans. Avoid one who is
angry.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Try to streamline your
home and other possessions so all is easier to take care of, runs
more smoothly, is more comfortable. Get advice from expert
on how to whittle down expenses. Relax at hobby in p m.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have many fine ideas
and suggestions given you today. It would be wise to make
note of them for future use. Make new contacts as you visit
with old ones. Get yourself a bosom pal and be happier.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get into the research work
that is important to your career and do it in a thorough way.
Quiet romance is good if you are contemplating marriage,
otherwise be loyal to wife or husband. Avoid one who gossips.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those charming and popular young people who should
be permitted to have many playmates so the creative talents
here can be expressed properly. Make sure, though, to screen
friends, or your youngster could develop the baser part of the
nature through wrong contacts. There is a unique flair here
that can bring fame, even if you as parents, or guardians do
not understand just how your son or daughter operates. Give


e~ on /3y


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R 0PER & MI KE NOMAD


? MAN~!-HE HAWDS OUT RVE BUCK YA COULDN'T EXPECTEVE N SE R BE 000UXR
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BABAGAMLESTON~fIGH
THE Seasational Classic Pros
returnia too B.A.B.A. basketball



F. Adderley Gym. The Classi Pros
dla cntro seecondhpac inat

beisat73,th no HflSint
Ju aore wla strve to defend their
the Wutt rdlor. *h ~r
who are the defending champions,
are yet to win in two sames.

HoUST Te Houston
Rockets of the National basketball
Association signed former
Bsitimore aWllkt payer George



from the Atlanta Hawks in return
for future considerations outlined
as being either money, a draft
choice, or a player now with the

NY E HEADh rOACiHne
Former head coach of the St. Louis
Cardinals, was hired by the New
York Jets and will replace his
hedcah after toe IE9w sason

H IASGOX- T Cicago white
ad o fldel Ji uyl to t r

3-WAY HAWAIIAN LEAD
HONOLULU Veteran Gay
sBrewer,th Ih ada forude-a nd
the $200,000 Hawalian Open golf
tournament with George Archer
and Tom Watson.
KEN ROSEWALL WINS
Roseal. Aus~t ats, ra he thn
quarter-finals of the 9so,ooo Milan
Indoor tennis tournament by
beating Adriano Panatta, Italy 6-3,
6-3.
ROD LAVER WINS
RICHMOND Top-seeded Rod
Laver, Australia, defeated Frank
6- 75 in th secoatron of nhe


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Friday, Februry 2, 1973.


IVAN JOHNSON, Bahamian batting star of the Englland Under 20
side that toured the West Indies last summer, talks with West Indian
cricket star GARY SOBERS on the eve of the Australian tour of the
West IndieS.


Australians have built o farmillale



1885, SSIS Whilies star Gary Sollers

By IVAN JOHNSON
WEST INDIAN CRICKET STAR GARY SOBERS recently visited Nassiau with the Barbados
Hoerman Cup Golf team. During his stay Sobers discussed with rne his opinions on the coming
Test Series in the West against the Australians.


Allelefly tihg SeRIOf girlS



WIR thi8r 5tilfame in a tor

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
A. F. ADDERLEY HIGH SENIOR GIRLS basketball team increased their wntninlg stnrea to five

w cninhasman gaeslestah Wientarn Diviio aneeted hnded Athnu their thr lassinH l


games.
Paced in the first quarter by
Carolyn Smith's nine points
which include five for eight
from the free throw, Adderley
romped to a 13-4 lead which
they held 15-9 by the end of
the second quarter.
Smith, who top-scored for

addderl to moe filed gol Pi
the third quarter as they
outscored Aquinas 7-2 to take
a 22-11 third quarter
command.
foAq inas camerthrough in h d
Adderley High to six points
while they scored six also, but
this was not enough to top
Adderley High who had
command from the third
quarter.
Maraly Toompe added 1


Grant were the high pointers
for Aquinas with nine and four
points respe tivel .

R. M. BAILEY High having
been defeated by St.
Augustine's College only'
stopped Queen'st Collee n -1

second place in the senior girls
section of the Eastern Division.
Q.C. who are yet to win in five
games, rest in the cellar.
.In a slow start for both
SIdes, Dorothea Davis and

Hihto I -- laod inthea 1 r
quarter.
With Valeria Carroll scoring
Q.C.'s only basket in the


qreH mrteor v
qeua-R smeSymonette, who


Sobers has been recuperating
from a cartilage operation
which put him out of cic~ket
for most of the English season

Nohtt ghamshiee in tche toaun ~
ChampionshiP.
"I'm sure that my knee will
be okay by February, in time
for the first test", said Sobers

mypl yg cpc tliwils is at l
won't be doing such fast
bowling any more. I 11 be able
to bring the old arm over and
fiddle a few batsmen out with
the slower stuff and at the
same time it'll allo~w mle to

batin a dee hoer~ with IT

When Sobers returns to the
cricket field this month it will
be the longest rest he has had
in 17 years" I certainly think I
can do with it,' exclaimed
Sobers. The last rest that
Sobers had was during the
winteardof 1969 70 after which
hehda good season runs
and wickets for the Rest Of
The World Team against
England." I'm hoping that
things will be the same this
time" he hastily added.
'NOT ME'
scthen asked tor ah thi
West Indies would be a
position he has held since
1965. "This won't be decided


Te is o tau matoicschoicie

mos cri keesh she ie hast te
hard hitting, left handed Clive
Lloy pof Gu pna will take oe
this winter.


uom ers std drnglhae cus
of the season they quietly built
up a world class team. One
name which will cause many a
batsm n to quiverLa lthe kriee

the English batsmen apart
one of my Worcestershire
teammates Basil D'Oleivers
told me after the Trent Bridge
test --" This Lillee fella is
really fast, he's the only bowler
in my whole career who has
ntea %entpinned me". Titse
Dolly is one of the best players
of quick bowling in cricket.
KEY TO SERIES
When I asked Sobers about


of Worcestershire stands
alone."
I played along with Vannie
last summer in England for
Wocseie. L eis'ntr inp te
but he can be very hostile if
there's something in the wicket
for him".
Uton Dowe is probably the
quickest in thhe Wndties u t

and sprays it around a lot. In
the spin department Sobers felt
that the situation wasn't much
better. "Inshan Ali, the slow
left-hand Chinaman bowler
performed will against the New
Zealanders andm bse fhud t

team," said Sobers.
aroLancbullibbs andrelare still
for much longer it will hold up
any up and coming
youngsters "
VERY STRONG SIDE
"As for the Aussies," said
Sobers," they built up a very
strong side in England this
summer and I think that their
party for the West Indies will
comprise of more or less the
same players. Another opener
will probably be named lan
Redpath to replace Bruce
E ncsd bho as poor tour o
partner Lillee he won't be
the same bowler in West Indian
conditions, although given the

Eglandnti sum er he vas b

al feniayble,b mse s ig

Gleeson will probably be the
wrist shpinnea dSobr aot

the poor showing of the Aussie

e ndc n relEni ,nd'thAs

kettle of fish in West Indian
conditions. The Chappell
brothers will speid ea 1o ei


Ausse batsma nr sth ccr se e
tour of England will no doubt
ppt hingaith share lof ru s
exciting srodke tp years as Doug


te Eglish crwd in th Z

summer with a pugnacious 90
inevet mlULT TO BEAT
"Rodney Marsh has

re giti ", bei dSobe s
"when he first came onto the
test scene he was a stopper
who could bat. Now he's
amongst the top wicketkeepers
in the world as well as being a
class batsman who is liable to
tear any attack apart if he gets
going. Old 'Iron Gloves' is also
going to cause us a lot of
problems, of that I'm sure,"
added Sobers.
If Sobers' predictions come
true then it looks as though we
are in for an action packed
series. Personally, I think that
the Aussies \will emerge from
the coming series as a one of
the best sides since the early
60's when Richie Benaud and
Alan Davison were in their
prime-they showed distinct
signs of becoming an extremely
good side this summer in
England and in West Indian
conditions I feel that they will
be extremely difficult to beat.


h i
GAP.Y SOBERS
...talks to The Tri ue


.i"E F0eA o te' lde

at 2 p.m. on Sunday between
Beryl Higgs and Enid Young.
,,Thbsfna ba dptos pon
injury Mrs. Higgs sustained
whilst winning her semi-final
event, but the match will now
be one of the highlights of the
ci e st oena day. IAnot a
Askton-Parker match during
which it is expected that the
role of the referee will be
amply demonstrated. Events
are schedu lld fomt e0a.ma t

women are invited to attend
and anyone interested will be
Given an opportunity to try the
game.



The following is the lineup for
tomorrow's racins st Hobby Horse
FRST RCE 4% Furlonts
Ist. Half Daily Double
2. Ta Tit 11


7. Sir Franmb s
8 ouble fr uble 11

Scusi Un, its
SECOND RACE -4%
FURLONGS.
2. Su her Fame 11
3.ChiChi 113
e.Lystnells I 5
6. Lady Chester's
Daddy's Thing) 113
ofo W. eg"""ea 113
(Tell Daddy) lIs
. wolf Hunter II3
Golden Eagle 117
Wicket Gal 115
HL DGS RACE 4 I

2. Sa rie I 4
4. Ie Kid 114

I. Glrtopper 11
i.Myt e e 1 7
L.Tritte Rivr 2



6 Gea Suprisen 117
7.Lady Marys 117
8. The Huster 117
9 ncrty Fi14

FORTH~O -AC 10FULO
-R SONESTABAHHTL&

3. Miss Millie 164
6. DrikEnDa 113

Su. GetSrrs 3
he RoadMry11

8. nh Hster 1
7. Rined Gine 115


FiaCro DanerII
SEVETH RACE 50FROC
NG5.y dl 118
HreTo Annie Bl 115
s. Tass illel Ia
6. Debir I12ll
7. D'Asink nDato I18
8. Tmi consac 118
ar Se I sser 112
ci orina 1to

EIGHTH RACE 444
FURLONGS.
i. Uncl Lo nce
4.Ta Stage y
5. Kinga' Fiet its
6. Bhe Wontderfu 113
7. Troy 113eal
8. l l
Sub* sya


ga AC Oau a ern fA oin lsn e der th daeheC hn r
of Linda Davis of G.H.S. to make a field goal attempt. The
fae wici HO Om ~t~oKEY d ~~ted end, was declared


Lille h sa d,' Ceni pace
will provide a major challenge
for the West Indian batsman
because we haven't faced a
genuine fast howler for some
time. In fact the key to the
outcome of the series is how
well the younger West Indian
btmen face up to this
tra.
The last two series in the
West Indies have been
dominated by slow bowlers.
The Indians had no pace
bowling to speak of nor did the
New Zealanders. As a result of

(aibba nhav ended to gt
slower and slower. I found this
to be true when I toured with
the England Under 20 9ide last

whih w pla d ontat co

nora. track at G~eorgetown,
But as Sobers was quick to
pinlt out,h"Li e is th nyp i

ot of aony pitch with thh neh
maintains hsb crn Ep ce and


Continuing on the subject of
Lillee Sobers added, "we have

Idie just n and f they West
score runs with Denis in
opposition then we will prove
that we have a strong batting
line up. Players like Rohan
Kanai, Charlie Davis, Clive
Lloyd, Roy Fredericks, Alvin
Kallicharran, Lawerance Rowe
are allpnall tiner tat the
battle looks fine," said
Sobers." Our bowling is going
to be our main worry. In the
pace department Van Holder


top-scored for Q.C. with six
points. chipped them in the
third quarter as Q.C. outscored
Bailey 6-2 in that quarter,
However, unable to stop Bailey
High, who held them blank in
the fourth quarter, Davis and
Rosetta Nairn added four
points each for Bailey High in
that quarter to win their fourth
game in five played.
Davis topped Bailey with 10
points while Pierce and Nairn


DEFENDING senior girls
champions, St. Augustine's
College, i sea stofL their


oonus utigh asa th ad fif h


Eastern Division undefeated,
had their chances washed out
by rain yesterday. This game
will be rescheduled next week.
The St. John's college/C. C.
Sweeting senior girls game
scheduled for yesterday was
also cancelled due to inclement
weather.
EASTERN DIVISION
St. Augustine's College W 16
R. M. Bailey High 4 1
St nnes Clee 1


AUSSIES IMPRESS IN
BEATING UWI SIDE
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, FEB. 2
(AP)--The touring Australian
cricketers started off on a
successful note Thursday by
Inia byUg rn in tel 40-o~ve
one day game.
Final scores were: Australians
196 for 6 in their 40 overs.
University of West Indies 110 for 6.
Although the Australians used
Thursday's fixture as a warm up for
their first class programme it was
evident that they are a good
aepe Ross dwadr i not hv
too happy aday.
He failed to stump on two
occasions and dropped the baill
Te bowlers did not extend
themselves.
Of batsmen, Keith Stackpole,
who got 45, had five fours and asix
and skipper lan Chappell seven
furs inuahstand with Stackpole3 o
also impnresd. Waltetr had two
sixes and a four.
Young John Benaud, brother of

was never at his best as his timing
was bad.
The university team put up at fair
performance and were saved by a
hard hitting 41 by David Chaces,
the St. Aqugutine captain who
batted for 85 minutes.

JAMAICA NAMES
HER CRICKET SIDE
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, FEB. I
(AP)-Tlle Jamales cricket board of
control selectors has named


Jamaica's team for the four-day
tank atgaians tnaek oA ral ans
There has been one change from
the team which played against
Barbados and Trinidad in their
opening Shell Shield games,
bKingston anndthhmaica apepn n
replaces all-rounder Lloyd Morgan.
Campbell will apparently open
the Jamaica innings with West
Indies' wicketkeeper batsman
Desmond Lewis while Herbert
Change, who served in this role
since the injury of regular Sam
Morgan, will go down the middle.
(athea ,u teamDi mM rice Foster
Anthony Campbell, Lawrence
Rowe, Renford Pinnock, Owen
Allison, Arthur Barrett, Herbert
Cane dMichael Holding, Leonard
The emergency fieldsmen will be
Clive Campbell and Dennis Lewis.
Bob Massie, in the hospital with
a virus infection in the stomach, did
no epa in coeUW g os 8 i
today, and hopefully will be fit
enough to play against Jamaica on
Saturday .
MCC START WELL
AHMEDABAD, INDIA, FEB. 2
(AP)--Playing the last zonal match
in the present Indian tour,
England's MCC cricket tourists got
a flying start F~riday by making 116
runs without loss at lunch on the
opening day of a three-day match
against the West Zone.
ptHe hm tem nwon the tom nd
Graham Roope each reached 50 in
the first two hours. Amiss hit SS.
Including five boundaries. Roope's
52 included eight boundaries. There


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