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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: February 6, 1973
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")ne ca.... rexzia loyalt
fromt the peoplle who have
every reason to believe that
they w~ill he set upon and
persecuted because they
happen to differ In their
political thinkmyF fromr his
government. And he cannot
expect anyl sense of national
pride from those people if they
are .Issured that the
c on st Itutiotnal inst ru ments
whichl guarantees their liberties
their miost precious
po~sses~sions catn be changed
overnight.
"The timle fo~r such
recklessness has paiSSe'd. If the
govemmen~it wants to make a
naitionl IIIit mst b~ulihi a nation.
And youi can o~nly buikif a
nation with It\ people. All its
people."


UARUM UNIIF

DENIES UPI



BASRAI (commodore~ Dr.
Norman ('ove today vigorously
denied that the rescue boat
puirchasedf10 forth Associaitio)n
by the Rotary C'lub last year
was o~ne invo~lved In a1 raid on a
Culban village In 1917
Tnc allegation appea:itd in a
Ignited Press International
storry Monday under the byline
of Mlark Schembhaum.
Hie said "cine of two
speedbhoats identified as raiding
the C'uban village of Boca de
Sama In 19)71 had been
puri~chase by the Rotar- C'lub
in Nassau. Bahamnas or uses a
patrol boat.
1)r ('ove told The Tribune
today that an boat looked at in
the first instance by 8ASRA
had been represented as being
along the Innes suggested by the

NI;W BOAT
"llowever it did not perform
teie etorl nrhdase ta nt\

bo said BASRA tooC
del very of the new Bertram in
late November beginning of
D~ecembher last year. "It could
therefore not have participated
In any raid In 1,71,' D~r. Cove
declared.
Moc fo ith pchs of


Koi4 ia Thr ertramibcost
understands un
Aiccordlng to, the

Inchst atc~ had diclo ed tha
the speedboat was one of two
launched from a mother ship in
O~ctober 1971 110 reportedly
descrrbed the boats as In "poor

The C`uban L~iberation force
clainn)J resp nsihiletr for the


kilg tend to wounded In the

HAMMOND ORGAN
DEALERS CONFERENCE
THE UNITEDO K ndo
conerece f Hrm n Og om
denfere arwved (vSumedOy nih

Hldady Pln nt metn wl
the hotel.
Mr. Bert C'ambridge~
Hammond representative in the
Bahamias. is assisting in
directing the affairs of the
conference while in Nassau.


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NORMAN LeBLANC GEOFFREY JOHNSTONE
. Supreme Court injunction ... all needed to build nation


Mr. Johnnone, ws, o. i
speech at the Nassau Rotary
Club in 1966 touched on the
subject of independnc~e, to~day
devoted his address before the
sa me clubh to "I nde pendenl~c."
Mr. Johnstone prefaced hus
remarks by reminding his
listeners that he w~as a
Bahamian; that he was against
independence at "this stage if
our history", but that he was
not foolish enoughl to be one
of those who said
"independence never". thiat he
had strong ties to the British
nation, but that he was also
one who was "intensely
practical about politics."
"The truth is that for a long
time now it has been evident
that we must prepare ourselves
for a different role In the
world," he said.
Mr. Johnstone believed that
the government rushed intto
independence too quickly and
the "worst traway) is he
inevitable one In such
circumstances they have not
taken the people with them.
The governmcntt has been fond
of saying that Independence
should not be an issue in an
election. If the proper timle had
been taken and the right
approach pursued, it miay well
have been so.
"But by the same token," he
,dded, "the Opposition has
really not done enough to
awaken the people to the
truth, and for this I must
accept my full share of the
blame, despite my early
warnings.
BADLY BUNGLED
i~e said that of all the
functions that a government
miust perform "the primary
function is to lead the people.
Independence is an issue of
trans ending importance in the
lie u dependent people .r It
points in the history of great
n ;ins and popls ,c only
badly bungled the issue of
independence for the Bahamas.

theyy ble hot an ode thea
as.Th iPrimoenMinister himself
own statements. And in the
end they suddenly rushed it
upon the people and forced it
to become a political issue.
"I well recall my last days in
the Hfouse," he said, "when a
government minister called

pnorm egtmy dpele of t e
could not possibly find ;b in
my heart to do any such thing
when I knew how badly the
government had mishandled
the whole matter. And nothing
that I saw or heard from the
government was calculated to
induce mie t< do such a thing.
"te ftet,donhem cmnt ue ,
anxiety and fear in my own
heartheaov ssa ohng s t os


"MucN is saiAL Yout the
duty of loyalty to the state,
hut not enough is said about
the obf~gation of the state to
deal wisely and fairly with its
people as though they were
one people. Too much has
been said and done to
demonstrate that the

eool ans btlacl and uwhie, ore
at best, as P.L.P. and F.N.M.
and you don't build a nation or
command loyalty that way.
"'It is only fair to say that
the Prime Minister is, in iy
opinion, very much alive to the
need forleading the people as
one people into natio~nhood. I
believe that he has an honest
and sincere intention of doing
this. But if he is to succeed he
must be prepared to prevent
some of his ministers from
uttering the drivilling nonsense

muthhs et ath se mtanshet
o r aa non ofs water driven


By NICK(I KELLY
AN ORDER BY THE LUXEMBOURG GOjVERNMENT requiring repatriation of IOS-generated funds held by
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank has resulted in a Bahamas Supreme Court injunction freezing US$155.42 million
deposited with BCB by the Overseas Development Bank Luxembourg S.A.


'"


Both the Luxembourg Bank
and Bahamas Commonwealth
Bank are subsidiaries of
International Bancrop Ltd., the
Bahamian holding company
into which IOS put its Swiss.
Luxembourg and Bahamian
banks when it began
experiencing difficulties with
Swiss authorities in late
1971.
The "freeze" order
was issued by Chief Justice Sir
G;ordon Bryce on February 1
at the request of Overseas
De velopment Ban k ,
Luxembourg, which runs the
risk of losing its licence if it
cannot recover the funds.
Acting for the Luxembourg
Bank is the firm of Callenders,
Orr, Pyfrom and Roberts.
BANS PAYMENTS
The order temporarily bans
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
from paying out any balance
now outstanding on the
accounts of the following
mutual funds International
investment Trust; The Fund
of Funds Ltd.; Transglobal
Growth Fund Ltd.; Venture
Fund (International) N.V.; and
F.O.F. Proprietary Funds Ltd.
ODB as depository for the
mutual funds, placed the
money with Bahamas
Commonwealth between
October 4, 1972 and
November 27, 1972
following g instructions from
the Funds, issued through
ODB, Bahamas Commonwealth
subsequently placed specific
amounts in Algemene Bank
Netherlands; Bank of Montreal.
Montreal; Bank of Montreal,
Nassau; Chase Manhattan
Bank, Nassau; First National
('ity Baink, Nassau; Union

5:'"s":- """r lays wBannt
International, New York; Bank
of runreaLtd.Bahamasu and


TO BE RI:PAID
In the originating summons
ODB is claiming repayment of
the balances held in the nine
banks as well as interest
accruing.

i hheaning intt )the stan car

made by the courts.
Explaining the position of
Overseas Developmlent Bank,
managing director Pierre-Emile
Lamboray said in his affidavi
that on Novem ecr 27. 19)7
thle Commissioner of Bank
Control in Luxemnbourg. who

Mn sstry aof a det Clas s s
ordered that certain


wque ore al o

susp nsion ofarny p sent fo
investment by I TT
Mainagemnent C'ompany; the
deposit of the liquid assets of
ilT only with banks established
in Luxembourg. and especially
deposits then with Baihamias
Commlonwealth and third, the
blocking of all liquid assets of

G; F.OF. ",, nture p orito
Overseas Developmnent Bank
and the withdrawal from
Bahaimas C'ommnonwealth to
banks in Luxembnourg of all
deposits on account of F O.F.;
Venture: Prop ri eta ry an1d
T~ransglobal.
Monsieur Lamlboray said in
the affidavit that banks were
not allowed to do business in
Luxembhourg without a licence
f'romn the Ministry, of Mfidle l
Classes. He ardde~d that his bank
held such a licence,
Co'mhne iss exresIn b ordtr g
cone nie theoruttualy fu


Bahamnas C:ommonwealth
Bank has been the source of a
number of major loans made
recently in Nassau. including
the financing for purchase of
the airport catering service at
Nassau international Airport,
and more recently the
acquisition by two Bahamians
of the Topeka Bottling firm.
Testimony before the
Securities Ex change
Commission in December
revealed that Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling was
reportedly among those who
have made loans from Bahamas
Commonwealth.
The SEC, which has spent
the last two years investigating
former lOS chairman Robert
Vesco, has a civil fraud suit
pending against Mr. Vesco. it is
alleging that he and 41 other
defendants defrauded IOS
investors of over 5700 million
through a series of -'r-dealing
transactions for investment "in
their own personal pursuits and
interests. '
Named among the
defendants is Norman P.
LeBlanc, whose company
Global Holdings, purchased the
majority stock of International
Bancorp, parent company of
Bahamas Commonwealth. Mr
LeBlane is named as a director
of Bahamas Commonwealth
and International Bancorp.


Wio l0Say WHSt WOfk & mak8


Baha~~CsE Myp M vM Wyv fu

MANY PEOPLE will leave the Bahamas because of
independence, but the vast majority of Bahamians will have to
remain and for those the only thing to do is "to face up to the


truth and labour to make our
nation."
This was the view of Mr.
Geoffrey Johnstone, a member
of the FNM and former leader
of the now defunct United
Bahamian Party, in an address
at the Nassaui Rotary Club
today on "Independence."
"Now I am perfectly well
aware that many people will
leave the Bahamnas as a result


*er ~ *ti


ST. MATTHEiW S Parish
School. with the assistance of
the Ministry of External
Affairs and Pan American
Airways. has shipped a
consignment of 500 tins of
canned food to victims of the
Nicaragua earthquake.
The goods were collected by
the children and the school
then appealed to the Ministry
of External Affairs for aid in
getting the food to Nicaragua.
The Ministry contacted Pan
American Airways which
agreed to carry the lot free of
charge.


country a happy and successful

of independence and I can
understand why. In aI few
notabic cases I have great
sympathy for themn anti
thoroughly approve what thcy
are doing. I have told them so
many times,
"But the fact Is," Mr.
Johnstone added. "tor the
majority of the Bahamian
people there Is no alternative
but to remain, and for those of
us who remain moere is on,,
One thing to do, and that is to
face up to the truth and labour
to make our country a happy
and successful nation. That is
not easy in the atmosphere
which has been created, but
then not much credit is
allocated for accomplishing
easy tasks.
"I do not wish to be
misunderstood M r.
Johnstone said. "I do not want
you to think that we should all
adopt a complaint attitude and
bend to the government's will.
Quite the contrary. I believe
that people should actively
speak out against the
government. I believe that the
O pstio pat should
in ose ion sustad ned, active,
spirited and, above all, united
Opposition to the government
on the dozens of issues which
yesterday were burning but
now seen, to have been
forgotten. They should assault
the government at every turn
instees of ass.autng one
anot her,

.OPPOSITION NEELDE'D

Ini re tet w rriesd 'onet th
Opdpositkmn ma remainwds ideb
needed in an independent
Bahamas is a united opposition
and a strong one. Without it
the democratic system cannot
survive. It is time now to cease
quarrelling over the issue of
independence. It is decided. No



build a nation. "The
Opposition," he said, "can do
that by accepting the truth, by
behaving like Bahamians, by
helping others to think ike
Bahamians, by opposing the
government in the democratic
process, and by helping them
an cvry hsingo ohtcn 'ao to




not reihteBham sC edig
its co onialb ts wto But'a n

declared. "I would prefer to
see that continue the rest of
my days, and I am not
ashamed to' admit it. If there is
a tear in my eye on the 10th of
July 1973 it 11l be th r
because the U ion Jacke i
1 erd f rve.
Hoes er ,we csacia he h
politics and above all he was a
Bahamian.
"I was not born in Britain, I
was born in the Bahamas," he
said. "and, although I have
great affection and admiration
for Britain, it is these islands in
the sun which make my heart
burn when homeward m
footsteps are turned. In th
final analysis this is my home
my country, and I love it. I an
resolved to make it my homie
as long as I am able, and I fully

eixyd ys.h And teause it is in
country lurnust do my best to


CHARGE ED WITH MURDER
ERROL HAYDEN, a 17-year-old Jamaican national, is
pictured Monday afternoon being escorted to Magistrate's
Court where he was arraigned before Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay and charged with the January 31 shooting
murder on Blue HiII Road of Haitian gas station attendant
rEol rPie re,t 26.sHeewas also char cd with ta i tteMa ned
Pierre. A preliminary inquiry was set for March 1, and
Hyden was remanded in custody.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


50 REMAIN OFF Shipwreede couple

THEIR JOBS AT teto" man a rs

BOTTING IRMhelp --Init to off,
80I TKBNI' TLING FIRM
ABOUT SO workers at the ni Htf aTRBoUN 'S ss p rlsk
Nas au B~otttl g (oarapany on odalleyMr. and Mrs. Thon1

their jobs this morning in the immediate response from
second day of a1 wild-cat strike Tribune readers this morning.
sparked by friction between Amnerican Lee lIise~man
emnploy ees and new whose auxiliary sailboat the
management. Salon Goose is docked at the
The employees at Nassau Yacht Hlaven. called to say that
Bottling, local producers of he was leaving tomorrow for
Shapes ad Sunercst sof Miani n iao Bimintihend wsg


manager. Mr. Donald Sealy. Ten minutes later a second
had ordered two men to work call was received front
a full six-day week instead C'anadian resident C'harles
of their former five and a half Gamlbol. who said he would
days for the same pay. ha~d told like to mlake' a donation to any
truck drivers they would no fund being set up for the
longer have lunch breaks. arnd couple,
had told all employees to use aI "I'm terribly afraid of' the
tm kneglnt has declined to asj1 ~onmment on dracuc~usations. Another caller offered to
MM cement re twitenv hel thtispaft no ttntha


tAhgiculturl DIstribt>17 anspd Ous nseleft ufor Mirn ami tl
Allied Workers' Union. but no p.mn yesterday aboard LEastern
mutually acceptable solution Airlines.
to the problems was arrived at. A representative of the Ur.S
There have been no Consul Gerneral's office said the
negotiation meetings since. couple decided to go to Mliami
Mr. Taylor of the union on the funds made available to
could not he contacted todlay. theml and try to m~ake a f'resh
start there.

BAR WAITER GETS I MONTHS FOR STEALING


hllaring 10 L.l an ISS ICasS


--but IIhiid CIOSGII 110015

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE ELECTION COURT continued its hearings behind closed
dosa -hsornmng as th North Edm mo Iln a rsurn


The hearings were in closed
session for the two days before
the case was adjourned on
January 12, and continued
behind closed doors this
morning, to ensure the secrecy
ofteballot as votues da i


scrutiny.
Various rumours were
sparked among the small crowd
of dic hard political observers
keeping vigil outside the tlo d

absence of Jamaican attorney
Vivien Blake, Q.C. senio
counsel for Mr. Phili Smith
the PP can idateoin the North

it is understood Mr. Blake is


pa trcar rasgeon fr asrd
Blaka's ab tel er Mrs. Ruby
Smith's attorneys, said only
that "I don't think so "
PETITION
FNM candidate in thre North
Long Island election Cyril
Fountain filed an election
petition seeking to overturn
Mr Sinith' rse aurn e or

c~onstituency.
The Election Court, with
Chief Julstice Sir Gordon Brylce
and Mr. Justice Jamles Smith
presiding, went into closed
sessions on the morning: of
January 11 to conduct a
scrutiny of six votes cast in the
September 19 poll a~d
chlalle~ngedt on various grounds
by Mlr. Fountain.
Three votes were cast by
persons not qlualified to vote at
the election. and during the
senttiny tei ealby s raod tothie


In adohxt on Mr. Fountatin has


alleged that two votes were
wrongly rejected on the
recount and that one ballot
was wrongly accepted for the
recount, because of various
markings he said were on the


shalloiin e t ose h llotlseen
determine whether they were

vFdoll wng the September 19
poll Returning Officer

th ino ocnandidae sw 'dtiedh a
473 votes each, declared the
election void and called for a
fresh poll on October 6, from
rhih ted ewnLP candidate
Mr. Fountain has claimed in
hi e lo rdiat he sh euld haa

unquanifiebdalpersonse vted and

wrongly accepted or wrongly
rejected by the Returning
Officer.
ACCIDENT VICTIM
A TEN-yeat-old girl is in
"fair" condition at the Princess
Mvargaret Hospital this morning

wic n ea was 6n olved n an
night. The gidl was a pedestrian
at the time of the accident'
police said.
in hospital is Theresa
Wiliams of Dumping Ground
Corner. She was involved in an
accident at about 5:30 p.m.
Mlonday on Poincla~na Drive
with motorcycle 7664 being
driven at the time by Stanley
Woods of Mc~~inneyy Drive oiff
F~arrington Road.
Police said there w\ere ten
accidents over the past '4
hors, for it dvin injr s


abere trtd an ddi chrgree


IIDISON Derveaux. an
unemployed bar-waiter c~harg~d
with stealing and receiving was
imprisoned for nine months
after he was c~onvicted of
stealing by Magistrate
Emmanuel Osadebuy this


NEW SHIPMENT






NASSAU FREEPORT


morning.
Accused of' stea~ling two air
conditioning units from the
Playboy Lounge. Oakes FIe'ld
on September i. last year. he
pleaded not guilty. He was
represented by attorney
f lorace GapZ.
Hie said that hliS landlord-
Mr. Nat G~linton had given him
pe'rmission to remove the two
airconditioning units. which he
sold to Rose Street resident
Sheila Rolle for $150.
Ili landd na aborro <


of ierfdo ithe asirconditioning


attP


~ribuno


I~gsee ihPsmatro aaa o psaecnesoswihnteBhms)Nassau and Bahama Islands Lead ing News paper I
' VOL. LXX, No. 6i4 Tuesday, February 6, 1973. Price: 15 Cents


RE PATR IATION SO UGHT OF IOS-GEN ERATED

FUNDS HELD BY LOCAL BANK


GEOFFREY JOHNSTONE RAPS PLP FOR

EARYI INDEPENDENCE~, & WARns--



Government to'make a



nation must bImIII it




with all its people'

MR EOFFREY Johnstone. a former M.P. and United
Bahamian Party leader in the House of Assembly. today warned
the government that if it wanted to "make a nation it must build
a nation" and that meant building with "all its people".


Luxembourg government order


of $155m. with


brings 'freeze'


Baha as omm nweath ank JOHNSTONE TELLS ROTARIANS -

MSny Will 188V8, 118 tilosG


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The Directors of Besco deeply regret any inconvenience
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Payments on account will be received at the old East
Street store, where the records are held.


than ever before.
Lynch has won general
support for his policies,
including ac crkdowenpub bc

Am la ds a aonm revamping
He has jailed several top
leaders of the IRA, which has
been battling to force the
British-ruled North into a


I


FARFEISD, T LIIFPNAR1L VE'lRu Coro a was sentenced to 2s
consectuive life prison terms Monday after a judge denied him a new trial
on charges of slaying 25 transient farm workers*
CHANGE FOR BETTER OR WORSEt?waerce m Md.

stentert an ounacdhearty toad as hang in the edonditisen of kSenatabu t h
spokesman declined to say if the change was for better or worse.
The 71l-year-old D~emocrat from Mississsppa has been listed in very
ser soeman said the hospital is re-establishing a news centre at the
hospital, and telephones were re-installed early today.
NEEDED: MORE TIME TO TRAIN GUARDS
atMAS1I NGT N (AdP) -Armtdh gadse helt n kduto t r leo irpo~rt
injunction that delays new anti-hijack measures.
A federal judge in Washington ordered a ten-day delay at the request of
the Airport Operators Council International, representing 123 facilities.
The airport operators said they needed more time to hire and train the
guars.
DOLLAR SLUMP GOOD NEWS FOR U.S. EXPORTERS
LOND)ON (AP)-The dollar was hit by a heavy wave of selling today and
~oonr esAner bnk uwere forced to buy more than a bilhion dollars to
The dollar's slump on European exchanges was good news folr American
exporters because their goods were cheaper on world markets. But it was
bad for Europe. The huge amounts o~f dollars bought up continued to feed
anR WeshighermatnofB ntdank had to buy an unprecedented $1 billiari
during the first hour of trading to keep the rate from sinking through the
floor. Many other central banks were also trying to prop up the rate.
aThe flamd ofndollarsxinto West o;ermany seen<. to indicated hirid y's
administration ordered the Ilundesbarnk to keep buying dollars as
necessary.
"3"ow vr anm ant ad >0s orni 0 m ajo >2 nrounit trading naits wrc

KISSINGER WILL NOT LEAVE GOVT. TO TEACH
onv MsHI v < B a MASS (AP')-er A. Kissingler ha tol Havrd

professor says.
Prof. James Q. Wilson, chairman of Harvard's Government D~epartment,
informed the senior members of his department of Kissinger's decision at a
special meeting Monday night. "The senior members of the D~eparrtment
learned that Mr. Kissingter cannot now make plans for leaving his current
arssigment." Wilson said, "Accordingly," he said, "they have begun to
consider candidates for a professorship in International Relations...
The University has kept the position vacant since Kissinger became chief
adviser to President Nixon four years ago.
"T'he D~epartment has teaching needs that must be met and there are
other candidates for the position whose qualifications warrant review,"
Wilson said.

U.S. TAKE STEPS TO BOLSTER FOOD SUPPLIES
MAnS INGsFONe OAt)entalresident Nixon citedhiAmp 36 n moo pie

prgamdmpr a largely vokmstarydeffort to keep the lid on inflation after
Holding aI farewell meeting with members and officials of the phase 2
pay board and price commission, Nixon pledged continued government
efost lmedndso wrincrelaseslion supen y Io id Rumsfeld, outgoing
Director of the Cost of LivingZ Council who joined other economic officials
In the cabinet room session.
R umsfeld sold the President told the group that wage and price controls
a helped check inflation without inhabiting growth of the U.S. economy but
That it is important that the mandatory controls be lifted so the economy
can move! back toward a free market system.
: The food Industry remains under mandatory controls, as the health and
eosn a emns or st r ode le b lo adiin the ad iistra ortchas


BAN ON DOCUMENTARY TRIGGERS WORK STOPPAGE
LO)NDON (AP) A row over censorship blacked out television screens
on Britain's commercial network across most of the country Monday night.
STechnicians and cameramen stopped work for 30 minutes in protest at
the Independent Broadcasting Authority's ban on a documentary about
John Pnisron, a former architect tycoon whose bankruptcy has brought
alle ationsofity rnsed hit@ pl people named in the documentary could
not be shown while the bankruptcy hearing was still underway.
The Authority is the government-appointed watchdog over the
commercial net. Services on the non-commercial British Broadcasting
Corporation (BBC) channels were not affected.
DRIVE 'ID LIMIT PRESIDENT'S POWERS INTENSIFIES
WASHINGTON (AP) The Vietnam peace agreement has put1 a new
push behind a drive in Congress to limit the war-making powers of the
President. In all. 60 Senators now are backing the war powers bill
introduced nuary idth by Netw rk Rep~ublics a tob Jt.spnews


an affront to President Nixon's Vietnam war policies.
KILLED 11 HOURS BEFORE TRUCE BECAME EFFECTIVE
WASHINGTON (AP) With full military honours, the army Monday
buid themia' to t tesior go rekilled in Vietnam before the cease-fire
off. tlir h met de ecl ieda ti hours before the truck went into
American serviceman to be killed in action in Indochin.
SCOTT, NIXON'S LIAISON WITH MINORITY GROUPS
WASHINGTON (AP) Stanley S. Scott, a former Tennessee newsman
and assistant to White House Communications D~irctor Herb Klein, was
appointed President Nixon's Ilaison with minority groups Monday, making
him the top-ranking black man in the administration.
The White House said Scott had been promoted to the rank of Special
Assistant to the President, replacing Bob Brown, who returned to private
lif. Brown previously was the rankiny black at the White House.

U.S. WILL CONTINUE TO AID CAMBODIA
PHNOM PENH, CAMBOD)IA (AP) The United States is continuing an
economic and military aid proaramme to Cambodia at the current level of
$250 million a year 80 per cent of it is armaments a well-informed
diplomatic source said Monday.
"If there is a formal cease-fire and the North Vietnamese withdraw
eventually, there will be a change in the programme," the informant said,
"'but all this is so far down the road that it is useless to speculate now."
According to this source, Washington has delivered only 53 per cent of
*weaponry under the: current schedule and will continue shipments of
armoured personnel carriers, fighter planes and patrol boats.
Although\ American warplanes ceased to support Cambodian ground
troops when President Lon Nol declared a moratorium on
offensive operations last week, the source hinted that strikes may be
resumed If the government requests them.


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beah sn z ndpovic la t in0
In I mr so ces la id d adr
nrd c~ounter-insurgency troops werer
sent to the! area after the innding
suncr was no gotvernmenlt
communique about the landing, but
the informants said the joint(
cosuation since oun ennight
sourcesbclose to th om ltury said
beach and arm th 5 it was dedu ted
the band was few in number
The hand apparently took to the
mountains utter buying mules from
some farmers. Jaun Blge

press secretary, C'esar Herrera. told
newsmen after an hour's meetinC
avith the P'residen~t Monday that the
gov rnmenternabitaii s "the strictest
csIerrrera said the lanldinge doesn t
endanger the security of the
country", or the "stability of 1)r
Ba'l.u u'ersridern meant with hi\
defense secretary, Rear A4dm
Ramon IEmilmo Jimenez.. Aluo
present werre the army commander.
tepolic cief, in Washingtonl, American sources
sid m aneini utn Authorsrti se ride

lun t sch but he was esewher te
bosch had passed word to his
followers that he is safe and no~t inl
danger. Bosich, who was ousted
from presidency inl 1963 a few\
months after taking office, is a
leading critic of the Balaguer
regime.
imhm dia ding of c e insrge I
that it was led by Coul. Franciisco
Caumano Deno, a key figure in the
1965 uprising that sought to
reinstate B~osch to the president!.
Ciaumano's whereabouts have\


kneoS oA) ngttenpu cin ouh
SuersoniSc earlier. Iabse

He told a news conference that
troor mt oigintl dsimt dm about
the British and French government
proo expect only 20 aircraft to be
Moreover, any airline that buys
the so million dollar plane can
amyonen to lor ab n aw iin
Servan-Schrelber said.
Servn-Schrelber, a wealthy
negazine publisher and a leader of
R for bloc in French politics hs d
been against the Concorde project
almost from the start*
The refusal Ias week of Pan

optien non the pluAn tos exercih
future of the Concorde in doubt,
despite official expressions of faith
id ts sale appeal. The USo ladrlinks
uneconomical tor their operations.
It came almost a month before
national elections in which
iS p r- h )tuer nd 'i poI i

then might join a coalition
government.dny oltcl

cmotvtos r di an- chr itr
Ziegler, state-appointed head of the
Aerospaltiale firm, which builds the
F~rench model of the Concorde.
Servaln-Scheiber's attacks on the
Concorde at this time are all the
more embarrassing to the French
government because the plane was
one of the G;aullists' major prestige
proj t.
"By God, Concorde will be
built," the late President de G~aulle
once intoned, and G~eorres
Pompidou, his successor, flew the
dart-shaped plane to at meeting with
President Nixon in the Azores in

Servan-Schreiber claimed the
government had spent millions of
itM o lon be cm ny lsin p an
because of short range and low
payl the G~aullist de uties in the

atnemp scitdhen proc een t h u
they knew it was doomed," he
added. .
tr p said stthe futurwitof t r
tr prt bh inl tlnF ni te

the time r ment that emerges
after the March elections should
ngtiate wth the United Sae
"and bargain very hard fo,
cs rv ra rior sn market sharing,
sr ci ithe European airbus, a
first test flight in October, could
spelto may airlnns wa s
As for the supersonic of the
future, Servan-Schrelber declared, it
could be built only through the
coprto St eBritain, France and
"There can only be one
supersonic plane in the world
d atlo t t een thee niet Statteo
cuded neat afford it," the Reform
He said he had a pledge from a
number of U.s. Senators tht they

oooperatio in the prodruacnton off a
supersonic airli erth oitTI4
so nronic ,eatadod war elmo as
Russians may have the intention of
selling it just as Mr.Ziegler hts
the latention of selling Concorde.
But who will buv7"
outirvan-Schreiber presented an
rafe urd the jobs o ome 3,000
affected by a slowdown in the
Cncorae ieprogramme. ten sd
production of the airbus and
proposed that the private Marcel
Assault company which belds
the highly effective Mirage fighter
-should become partly
state-owned .


election for Feb. 28

DUBLIN (AP) Prime Minister Jack Lynch on Monday
ordered a surprise national election for Feb. 28, apparently to
strengthen his government's hand for the bargaining with Biain
on the future of Northern Ireland.


& PO We back home

By George Esper
SAIGON (AP) Representatives of the four parties in the
Vietnam peace agreement met in three cities Monday in
quickening diplomatic steps toward clearing sea mines from
North Vietnam, holding top-level political talks on the south and
getting American war prisoners back home.


Lynch could have waited
out the remaining I6 months

bfor gin to he vo erodfice
he is riding a wave ~f
popularity and clearly hopes a
reinforced mandate will help in
his forthcoming talks with the
British.
A British government policy
document on the future of
Northern Ireland is due out in
March. The British have
promised to consult Lynch in
advance on these proposals and
the Irish leader appeared to
have this in mind when he
called the snap election.
A public vote of confidence
now also would help Lynch's
efforts to crack down on
trrorism a keep thedviolen

spreading across the border.
The election, Lynch

po rced ipe 'edssentioli icaa
uncertainty and instability is to
be avoided."
His government majority in
I he Dail Parliament has
been gradually eroded since his
Fianna Fail -- soldiers of
destiny Party was elected in
June 1969.
His party holds only 70 of
the 144 seats in the Dail and
relies on half a dozen
inde endents to give him the
balance of oowrer ove the mi
with 51 seats.


Union with Ireland. Lynch
prefers peaceful negotiations to
bring about rish re unificat on
approval, in a refere~ndumn, to
end the special position of the
Roman Catholic church in? tle
constitution to ease the way
for a peaceful reunification
with the mainly Protestant
north.
Lynch decla re d his
government has "pursued the
only sane policy which could
bring a bout a true
reconciliation of the
communities and a lasting
peace with justice for all.,,
The balding Prime Minister,
an attorney. turned politician,
added: "The months andt years

ipodrta vvil forbetheoffut rucial
Our country. During this
period, the government will be
sivvd ith vitatlaissues and te
irrevocably change the whole
course of history
Iln the circumstances, th
government must have and
must been seen to have a clear
and unmistakable mandate to
speak and act for the Irish
people."
The election will come amid
far-reac ing omdevel pents in
Northern Ireland and could
haveamjrefc


As dispositions for peace
a celebrated, the fighting
slowed.
U.S. officials in Washington
and Saigon declared the first
group of American prisoners
will be released this week.
Ambassador Michel G;auvin
of Canada, chairman of the
International Commission of
Control and Supervision said
release of those held in South
Vietnam will be 'closer to the
end of the week.
Then four hours later he
told newsmen the release will
come itin, presume, a
week or so.

of Ter otll e an iexc d g
after a four- our commission
meeting. 'I don't know where

OSen U.S. officials said one
of h is groups f American
prisoners will be released front
jungle camps along the South
Vietnam-Cambodian border in
the An Loc-Loc Ninh area '
60-70 miles north of Saigon.
in Washington, defense
department spokesman Jerry
W. Fideim saiFiehd North
Vietnam is expected to release
its first American prisoners by
Sunday, the time frame

dgemnt sgned n Pca eire Jn
27.
"Our hope is that we will
have some by the middle of
this week," Friedheim said.
PRISONER TALKS
North Vietnamese, Viet
Cong, American and South
Vitnamese represent aives o a
prisoner committee of the joint
m hitary cmomisso umt om


the third successive day they
had met.
In Haiphong, Rear Adm.
Brian McCauley and 15
members of his staff conferred
with senior North Vietnamese
officials on clearing mines from
North Vietnam's seven ports
and thousands of miles of
inland waterways. McCauley is
the commander of the navy
task force gathering in the
Tonkin Gulf to begin clearing
the mines as specified in the
agreement.
in Paris, South Vietnamese
and Viet Cong delegates met
face to face for the first time
for preliminary low-level
procedural talks to set the
stage for high-level negotiations
onuthe f ture political shape of

Nguyen Phuong Thiep,
acting deputy leader of the
South Vietnamese peace talks
delegation, and Dinh Bai Th i of
the Viet Cong's provisional
revolutionary government
conferred for two hours at the
international conference centre
on Avenue Kleber, where the
peace talks dragged on for four
years.
SOME AGREEMENT
D during the long peace talks
stalemate, the South


Vietnamese and Viet ConS
refused to speak directly to
each other. The South
Vietnamese did not officially
recognize the existence of the
provisional revolutionary
government and the Viet Cong
insisted President Nguyen van
Thieu would have to be
replaced before peace could be
achieved.
Thi and Thiep said they
reached agreement on some
points but unresolved issues
would be discussed in another
meeting scheduled for
Wednesday. Theip said
consultations eventually will be
el el South Vietnam at a

The peace agreement says
that immediately after the
ces fire w8 eh went S t

Vietnamese parties shall hold
consu taions to set up
National Council of National
Reconciliation and Concorde
of three equal segments the
South Vietnamese, the Viet
Cong and neutralists. The
Council would organize free
and democratic general
elect ions.
In South Vietnam, U.S.
paness and helicopters eca re
from the International
Commission of Control and
Supervision and the North
Vietnamese members of the
Joint Military Commission into
seven regional sites to begin
peacekeeping duties. U.S. and
South Vietnamese
representatives of the joint
military commission already
wre imepm Hton an te eVie

tojonE EN SITES

The sites include Hue and
1)a Nang in the northem
quarter of South Vietnam,
Pl iku in he centralhihileannd ,

coast, Bien Hoa near Saigon
and My Tho and Can Tho in
the Mekong Delta'
The North Vietnamese team
arrived at Hue almost five years
to the day after their troops
seized the former imperial
capital and massacred an
esi mn sed g proe-S io
TET offensive.
The Saigon military
command reported 89 alleged
cease-fire violations during the
24ho period endeddat 8 amt

time the number reported fell
below 100 since the truce
officially began.
Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien,
chief spokesman for the
command, claimed that the
latest violations raised the total
to 1,668 and that a total of
4,065 North Vietnamese and
Viet Cong troops have been
killed. He reported South
Vietnamese losses as 635 men
killed, 2,700 wounded and 427
missing since the cease-fire
began.


But he apparently feels
confident he can swing over
more votes in the
1.78-million-strong electorate
to win a clear-cut
parliamentary majority that
ioud enble him to follow
more decisive policies.
Although domestic issues

Eudopa no s on M rt ta
fatosin Lynch s quest for
Northern Ireland crisis is the
most crucial problem he faces,
His action came as Northern
Ireland was ravaged by a
bloody surge of sectarian
fighting that has claimed at
least 20 lives, with nearby 50
persons wounded, in the last
week.
The savagery of this feuding
between rival Protestant and
Roman Catholic extremists
spurred fears in Belfast that the
violence would escalate. In

I odettiing wo fj st at ove
the border on a wider scale


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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.


EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.'
Publidaer/Editor 1972



The last man to die



NAMERICA has md pEa Ni EthD UC Hmunists in North Viet
The American people were happy to hear the news of the truce
but they received it with a strange stoical calm.
News commentators in the U.S. report that there was an
absence of the wild jubilation that marked the declaration of
peace in the first and second world wars.
The American people hope that this truce will mean a long
priod of peace for the world .. but they are not too sure. They
hve had too much experience with the Communists to be too
sure of anything. For example ,.... Stalin's treacherous behaviour
after the conference at Yalta where he completely fooled honest,
trusting iPriesident r 1evit Het din't f loChurl c t b chaas
were in the driver's seat
Discussing the terms of the truce on TV one news
commentator expressed the opinion that this was a good
agreement.
"So was Yalta," another commentator on the panel observed.
Others on the panel shook their heads in an expression of hope
.,...but with reservations.


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family dies a violent death. It never fails. Tomorrow is the day."
"Well, what are you worrying about?" I asked him. "We are
safe in this ravine. We haven't heard a shot since we have been
here. This seems ridiculous to me but if it is true it'll probably be
some member of your family you have never known."
"You are wrong," he corrected. "My brother and I are the only
two left. One of us will die tomorrow."
I treated the whole thing lightly. I didn't believe this was
possible. I tried to cheer my friend up. But nothing could lift his
depression.
**********
The cook's kitchen was deep in the ravine. There had been no
sign of enemy action since our arrival there several days earlier. In
any event, his kitchen was in such a location that no harm could
come to him.
He was a quiet man. I had never seen him away from his
kitchen. But the next day he strayed. He went out into the open.
A stray shell came over .... the last shell we were to hear in this
war.
The cook was the last man to die in our unit. He was the only
man this stray shell got.
**++**+****

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
When Johnnie comes marching home again,
Hurrah! Hurrah!
We'll gire him a hearty welcome then,
Hurrah! Hurrah!
The men will cheer, the boys will shout,
The ladies they will all turn out,
And we'll all feel gay
When Johnny comes marching home.
PATRICK GILMOIZ11


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MAITLAND MORRIS, 24, former Treasure Cay Ltd. employee
wars convicted in the Supreme Court on three counts of fraud and
remanded in custody until "later in the sessions" for sentencing
by Chief Justice Sir G~ordon Bryce Monday morning.


after he had been fired for &
eriing a golf cart around the
in his statement, produced
by constable 777 Kermit
Sweeting, he said he altered the c.
cheque because he wished to

uak nis Stni tol him HEART BALL HELPERS
identification so he returned to
Treasure Cay to see Mr. Dallas THE ANNUAL HEART BALL will take place in the
whose secretary said he was Crown Saliroom of the Loews Paradise Island Hotel on
busy. Saturday, February 1 7. Some of the Committee women get
He was unable to collect Roge~therS ig ,pl ou rhei ao ective. (left so right Mrs.
anything on the cheque as the Soldwedeliga, Mrs uia Mayinar aund y Mrs Phl Frarrinon
bank had notified the local Slwdl r.Jla anr n r.Pii arntn
police and he was taken in for
questioning.

Ca lls VNSP tal k 'ru bbsh


Present in court with Sir
Gero o Aheear te cane was
Mr. Justice Samuel Graham. He
is expected to preside over his
first case on Wednesday.
Solicitor General, Mr. T.

wecmdtenwjde t o t

Department.
Mr. Hilton prosecuted in the
trial of Morris who was charged
'titthm augeyutternag a d
pretences.
Morris was found guilty
unanimoudry on the three
charges accusing him of
aoun ofa S21 Ne7to the um
of $1,210.87 and presenting it
al liss Astnid Stratton hta h
Manhattan Bank on August 30
last year, asking for it to be


EDITOR, The Tribune,
For quite some time now #,
have been deluged with
V.N.S.P. propaganda which
states that everything in the
Bahamas is wrong and only
they can correct it.
How much experience have
the Careys and the McCartneys

m mean's ac ieav nts are only

lheer is nprsoudcht t eapas pr
Western Culture, or Chinese
Culture etc.; they have all
absorbed something from other
cultures. Many of the things we
accept as Western or white
culture, particularly in art, can
be traced directly to Africa,
the Middle East or the Far


of the Bahamnas, how come the
chairman oif the V.N.S.P.
makes hiis living there; one
would have thought that he
would have been miore
comfortable at the University
of avaa. ALL THE WAY

P.O o {LEOPHAS LAING
Freeport,


cashed.
Remanding him in custody,
Sir Gordon requested that a
probation and medical report
be made on Morris.
NERVOUS
MTr mblingd wthp nrvousness

off ut up no defence and
refused to say anything to the
jury after being informed of his
rights. He was first employed
at Treasure Cay as a
"green-cutter but later worked
as a night watchman" at the
island Mr. Ian Dallas an
accountant with the company
told the court.
He had signed the cheque
for the accused sometime
earlier in August, "about
August 27" he said. Mr. Dallas
told the court that the date on
the cheque had also been
altered*
He received the pay cheque
on August 28 from Michael
Sawyer, a payroll accountant,


East. To talk of destroying the
present Bahamian society and
re-building it as truly Bahamiian
is rubbish. Intelligent nations
improve on what they inherrit:
small nations, with limiited
resy rcesB na a re saying
tat this New Bahairnsn we c

vehicle for Moscow or Pekiig
to close our churches and put
us, for free, in the canefieilds of
Cuba.
Finally, we have always
wanted to ask if the U.S. is
such a monstrous capitalist
with evil designs on thle people


Another unexpected development following the announcement
of a truce agreement .... the Stock Market went down.
afUsually hedMaroe skyrockets on the announcement of peace
The record shows that the Viet Nam war was the longest and
most costly mn American history.
Still there was no jubilation and the Market dipped. .
This reaction was interpreted to mean that the nation ....
especially the Market .... is more concerned with intemal
problems, especially inflation and the instability of the American
dollar.
*********
I will always remember the night the Armistice was signed in
the first world war.
I was with the 4th Battalion B.W.I. Regiment in France. The
Hindenburg line had been broken. The Germans were in full
flight. Our unit halted in a deep ravine in France and we camped
there for two or three weeks before orders came through to move
:.to our base camp in Taranto in the south of Italy.
The ravine in which we had camped was an interesting place. It
revealed how strongly entrenched the Germans had been in areas
of France they had occupied for a long time.
The average dug-out was six to eight feet deep. The Germans
had dugouts sixty feet underground. These dug-outs were like
small towns underground. The officers' quarters were >;41
furnished with furniture taken from French houses.
+**********
An awful thing happened in the ravine one night.
This place was frighteningly dark.
On that night a very tall sergeant decided he would have some
fun with any of the men who stayed out late. He was the tallest


Fe


EDITOR T'he Tribune
Thank you kindly for space
in your valuable paper to stress
the following:
Bahamians can thank their
maker for their present
leadership, which is dedicated
to uplifting and providing
opportunities for all Bahamians
who are qualified to embrace
this great opportunity afforded
them by sound and intelligent
leadership.
A number of Bahamians and
several non- Bahamians are
engaged in a pressure battle,
that is to say the supporters of
the Government are being
pressured on nheeir jobs by tis
choose the way of their
masters, which is the wrong
way in our Bahamian society;
neither will this injustice be
tolerated under any
circumstances.
There are those who had
been given a chance to earn a
living in this Commonwealth

daasite are staheneg an wshin
the present leadership all kinds
of misfortune. I say to them
this Government will stand up
to all opposition against it and
in the end the enemies of
trouble will be confounded.
I am glad to state here that
the member for parliament is
aware of certain injustice that
is taking place against the
Bahamians. He will in due
course make the crooked path
straight. I hereby urge the
Bahamians who cherish justice
and freedom to stand alongside
our members for parliament
and fight the last bit of
injustice that exists in
Freeport.
To the Uncle Toms in
certain positions here, we are
watching you and according to
facts in hand your performance


against Bahamians does not
suit our society. A remedy is
now in the making for Unicle
Tomns previously merntioned.
This includes Bahamiians Is
well as the non-Bahamiians,
My support belongs to this
Government and the members
for parliament who are dloing


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By The Associated Press
TODAY Is TUESDAY f
173a Th re ore J'28h alsft Inth
year.
thisdGHLIGHTS in history on
1972 More than 15,000
zRolan dCamhlc to tthe n
government and the a itish in
aenlg of a ben o m rcp 14
astronauts prepare to head back to
Earth after a 33-hour stay on the
Moon.
tanks -nSoutoh V etam Ina
attack on an outpost in the Khe
ea.7 Soviet Premier Kosygin
begins talks with British leaders in
n.64- Britain and France agree
on constructing Englih Channel
rate Gaannm Ct ha Sy yn. "
at6 tanam Ba lces shipping
rso actions on mout ay m nt ~w
permitting joint manoeuvres and
mutual use of each other's bases.
Al ra2 between Frnh Amc a d
ripFSin French group known as
t152r eth Of Kng Goge VI
of Entnd and accession of Queen
1943 U.S. General Dwight D.
Elsenhower is named commander in
cirf a Wlie 1 W so in North
1941 British troops occupy
Ben 4zl, Li 1 riots break out In
Paris.
Lil93 la Facist coup in Memel'
1930 Austria and Italy sign
treaty offriendsM may aceps
Kello g-Briand Pact.
ele ted poe XIr1 onM aatth o
Benedict V.

theTpol Hknow Oth etrh~ d th
country is safe" Abraham
Linool s) U.s. statesman"


man in our unit.
There was no reason for any of the men staying out late at that
spot. As far as the eye could see everything was death and
desolation. Not a house or tree had survived the bombardment
and many dead men were still lying around unburied.
Handsome young men
But still some of the men didn't go to their dug-outs early.
They wanted to stretch their legs and not endure the confinement
of a long night sixty feet underground.
*******"*
And so Sergeant Nelson .... his name has just flashed back in
my memory .... posted himself at the entrance to the ravine,
armed with a long pole and a white sheet.
As a man approached he rose slowly out of the darkness and
spread his sheetdraped arms as though to embrace his victim. This
dreadfill apparition was 12 feet tall!
The man ran up the valley shouting in terror. He tried to get
into several of the dug-outs along the route but, hearing his
screams, the men on the inside bolted their doors.
From time to time a man would go crazy from shock. These
were all violent cases. The men in the dugouts feared that this Was
another of those unfortuna es*

The man kept running, screaming and trying unsuccessfully to
escape this big white terror .... this sperrid (ghost) .... that was
pursuing him.
At the far end of the ravine he fell on his face ... unconscious.
The next day he was sent to hospital .... a stark, raving lunatic!
Both Sergeant Nelson and his victim were Jamaicans.
**********
As I was saying .... I will never forget the night the armistice
was signed
We had left the ravine and were entrained for our base camp in
I t y.
When the train ran into a railway station in France the siding
was filled with people .... shouting, screaming and singing*
Nuns and nursing sisters .... and pretty kissing young French
girls ... surrounded us as we stepped off the train. They gave us
coffee, cake and soft drinks. They were all shouting ARMISTICE!
ARMISTICE!
ARMISTICE ... what is the meaning of Armistice? None of us
had ever heard the word before. It sounded like French to us.
We knew that the G~ermans were in headlong retreat. But this
kind of thing had happened before and the war still dragged
wearily on.
It took some time for the glorious truth to sink into our skulls.
This was PEACE.
And then we went wild too!
**********
What made me start writing this article was a casual remark
made by my wife at lunch.
News of the truce in Viet Nam had been announced but during
the interval between the announcement and the actual signing of
the agreement, the Communists launched several vicious attacks
.... some of the most vicious of the war.
They wanted to seize as much South Vietnamese territory as
posibe before the truer agreement was signed. Several American
bys were killed in these attacks.
"'It's an awful thing for families of the last men killed in a war'
especially in this case where a truce had been arranged," my wife
said sadly.
This remark recalled to my memory the strange
circumstances surrounding the death of the last man in our unit.
Two brothers were in D-company with me. They were both
Indians from British Guiana (now in dependent G~uyana). One was
~he cook. I was friendly with this br thr.
When I went to the kitchen one day I found the cook in a very
disturbed state of mind.
"What's wrong with you, fella?" I asked him in a cheerful voice
in an effort to break the gloom.
Then he told me a story.
S"On a certain date every ten years," he said, "someone in my


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FEBRUARY 14 1973



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Turshy, Febnery 1W3j.

husband.
I cannot approve of tbid arrangement rad I told any
husband that I do not wish to to in their cmompn in the
future. He feels that slaces it i HIsisterrc, M ha bm oro
it, and he wishes to remain frendly w~ith tbem.
What is youlr opinion? N(l' A PRUDE
DEAR NOT: If yea ceesre to avokt yea tr is 6hw,
that's year privilee, bu satae he is your h~ashad's favrer
he rbtr my e ape ed be bi sth e ndagsHE me
fromn hr companyf, thlak agals. Wit yea rsefrl~fe
atlt~itde, the cheanes ar e god that your hasbeat, his slter,
and her gtentleman read ril have a better time witheat
you.
Hate to write letrst~n set a t Abby, Sex #1, Le
dAneles, Cal3. mSM, Si Abby's health, *Wew is 1Wi
k for fm Al Mdr~


lil~~sm


ing and we breath up and I don't hear from him until after
New Year's. Then he calls up ~and says he's sorry, and lire
an idiot I start up with him again.
Things are wonderful between asr until just before Val.
antine's Day, which just happens to be my birthday. Then
he pulls the same trick and disappears again so Be doesn't
have to give me anything for Valentine's Day or iny birtht-
day. As Feb. 14 aIppreadies, I can sere the signs already. If

DEAR HAD) IT: Why. don't you let him hang around
until Washlagtea's birthday? Then bury the hatchet and
sever the relationship.
DEAR ABBY: My husband's favorite sister made a
rnone ent yterday The man she's been ging with
She is 53 and was widdowed several years ago. The man


By Abigall Vlft BUen
aD sn m rw casenrnam. v. men some., ea
DEAR ABBY: I've had a three-year romantic relation-
ship with this guy who haa got to MW aw cuptm n
boowr e ghitatet ha ibe ks igit with mes over oth-


Arrived Today: Emerald
Seas, Bahama Star, Flavia from
Miami
rorle odayea Tropic Day
TDE
High 9:32 a.m. and 9:57
p m
Low 3:15 a.m. and 3:27 p.m.
WEATHER
Win.: .,,, t-::'ly to
Weather: Mostly Fair
Sea: Slight. .
Temp: Min. tons ht 59

RSUes 6:51 a.m.


REGULAR FFR IHT
U.K. TO NASSAU


For information contact the agents
R.H.CURRY &Co., Ltd.
PHONE 2-8683 2-8686 P. U. BOX N8168 BAY STREET


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Tuesdy, February 8, 1973.


_ A handwriting expert, he
testified that the handwriting
of the accused had shown up
on certain of the cheques and
that inaccuracies discovered
during his analysis was proof
of an attempt to disguise their
writing.
Brought out in the case for
the defence, however, was that
a third person - mechanic
Julian Weech currently
sought by police could have
been party to the offence.
The evidence of the men, on
the manner in which an
identification parade was
conducted, took the jurors on
a visit to the Charlotte Street
Commercial Crime Department
in the former Queen's College
compound.
Evans had argued that
police officers identified him
to witnesses, who were brought
to identify him on a police
line-up, before they had
conducted it.
He was not represented by
counsel during the trial which
was prosecuted by Solicitor
General Mr. T. Langton Hilton.
Mr. David Bethell appeared for
accused Newbold, a drag-car
enthusiast.
CHECKING ACCOUNTS
The offences occurred
between February 1970 and
November 1971 and involved
the checking accounts of
depositors at the Bank of Nova
Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank
of Commerce and the Royal
Bank of Canada.
t About 39 witnesses testified
at the trial for the Crown
including bank customers Alvin
Clarke, Hopeton B. Wray, Chan
Fong, entertainer Raphael
'Ray" Munnings Patrick
Bailey, Roland Cox and
Bernard Evans.
The majority of the
witnesses were bank employees
"who agreed that the way the
pair operated, was to withdraw
sums of money off the
depositors' accounts by
cheques.
Having done this, they then
opened new checking accounts
with the cash in fictitious
names. The accused Evans had
been identified by certain bank
tellers as the person they had
helped to open the new
accounts.
In one case a Royal Bank of
Canada teller at the bank's
Reo nosn eing d nWnc
mechanic, in her bank when
investigations were made into
an account opened on the day
of his visit.


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meantsor Qla MTOm~

SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12440
Make the evenring complete with a gourmet dinnrr
in the Imperial Dining Rogm.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


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The two men were originally
charged with 26 counts of
fraud. Though their trial,
lasting for over two weeks,
ended Friday it is the
prerogative of the Attorney
General to decide whether the
Crown is to continue with
charges on the six counts
which were disagreed on by the
jury.
The two men were ordered
kept in custody :for sentencing
until Friday pending a
probation report, which was
requested by Mr. Justice
Smith.
EXPERT
Interpol registered, Jamaican
Inspector Arthur Broomfield
was a key witness in the
$14,120.59 fraud case.




THE KIWANIS Club of
Cable Beach is moving its
meeting place back into the
Cable Beach area after three
years as guests of the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel. The Emerald Beach
Hotel is to be the new host,
and the first meeting there is
scheduled for this Wednesday.
Chartered in 1968, the club
first met at the Nassau Beach
Hotel, and then moved to the
Balmoral Beach Hotel for a
short time before goinS
downtown to the Sheraton,

Kiwranis club ito mee


MR. DAVID Clifford, a
noted international Bible
teacher, is to be the principal
speaker in the presentation of a
series of messages on the New
Testament and the Acts of the
Apostles during February at
Central G~ospel Chapel, Christie
and Dowdeswell Streets.
The messages to be delivered
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. and 7
p.m. and on Thursdays at 7:30
p.m.
Mr. Clifford, originally of
London, England, is principal
of the Commonwealth Bible
College in Nassau.
MOON
Rises 8:37 a.m.
Sets 9: 17 p.m.


2 convicted on 7 counts of

fnrad,to be sentenced Fria

FORMER Investors' Foundation accountant AutreyBuen
Newbold, 23, and electrician Lester James Evans, 25, were
convicted on seen of thirteen counts of fraud by a Supreme
Court jury which deliberated until late Friday evening.


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Bar & Lounge


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C8732
MGB 1971. Excellent
condition. Financing available.
Call 78027 between 9.30 a.m.
and 11 a.m.
C8738
1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT
-- 2 door, airconditioned'
power steering, family car.

fr~o 9 aem t p.m2 Nih


Phn wee 4-98 evening.
C8721
190MORRIS 1969 StationWao.
33,000on maieone owner. Call


9 to 5, 3-6645, afterwards
3-1286.
C8736
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END
OF SEASON REDUCTIONS
1970 Chevrolet Impala $2600
1971 Ford Escort
Automatic, Beige 4 Dr. $1695
1971 Morris 1300
S/W Automatic $1600
1967 Ford Fairlane
Brown $800
1970 Mustang
Red A/C $2400
1969 Plymouth Fury
III White A/C $1795
1971 Viva 4 Dr
Auto. Red $1895
1970 Chryster

S96 A dsmobile $95
Cutlass Blue, A/C $2400

u97 Pota aback$80
A/C 2400 Miles) Blue $4950
1972 Pontiac Ventura.
ViyTrd-n nwelcomed$350
.Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8

081TUAR

C8754
OBITUARY OF THE LATE
MRS. HELENA ELIZABETH
JENNI NGS.


C8483
20' OUTBOARD CRUISER -
120 h.p. engine 25 watt radio
telephone sleeps 3
complete with anchor and gas
tanks -- Call 36542 or 55811.

C8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
125 ft. x 23ft., 4ft. draft, steel
hull, O9 tos,dipse red ty



cae. ept asue Coay i, Aaco.

1n FIBREGLAS boat. 15 ft
C oodct condition. $600.00 8

Phone 42503-



C8737
19ft. SEABIRD 110 h.p.
Mercruisers with auxiliary
Seagull motor. Price $2,200.
Telephone 2-2351 from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Nights and weekends
42209.

C8384
BAHAMAS YACHT SALES
JAMES W. ALBURY
NIssau.emanas
TEL, ae~ov
'DisTR)IBUTOR FOR

TROJANYACH'T
A DIVISION OF




BER RAM 31 set exrs
cruiser, twin G.a M.dex n
excellent condition. To see call
Mario 3-6645 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. or 3-6649 after 5 p.m.


S COOLS I
C8705
ENROLL NOW

Shordhand
Bookkeeping
Commercila Mathematics
Office Practice

Swtot hbo k Cashier (NCR
4200)
Dictaphone Typist

Telex Operator
B ChC.and G.C.E. Classes:-
Mathematics
Literature
History

N SS U ACADEMY OF
BU INEeSS, CS i ey A rn *

Phone 24993.

POSITION WANWTED


C87 ou need a part' time or
weekly maid? Call Roney
35868.

IELP WANITED
C8696
TeSTENOGRAPHER aaa
International Limited Nas n




Applyicnt writin to The al

Nrdatssa Sor call for an f

Ap int wrti to T

a56 21 ann at teleph one
21

C8694
THE ROYAL BANK OF
CANADA requires the services
of two stenographers.
Applicants must be able to
type a minimurt of 45 words
per minute and take 100 words
per minute shorthand. For an
interview, telephone Personnel
Department 2-8701.
C8695
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Heavy duty Electrical
Service Technician r-
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 employaas. for


P. O. Box N*3238, Nassau
Bahamas.


I


_


C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.

C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Chariotte near Bay. Immediate
r 4 2017yample parking.



C8708
SBAYCROFT on bedrs oom
Sapa ednt bareautifully


furnished, oceanview, pool,
telephone. $300 monthly. Call
mornings 4-2113.

C8716
3 BEDROOM 2 .bath
unfurnished house, with fridge
and stove -- Gleniston Gardens.
Phone 5-1314.

C8671LLAGE ROAD 3
*eros 3 baths, large house
ideal for enter dining. Ney
furnished.
2. EAST BAY STREET 3
bedrooms, 2 baths.
Overlooking the harbour.
Beach and safe anchorage for
small yachts. Fully carpeted
and air conditioned. Partly

furnEAs edAY STREET 2
bedrooms, 1 bath. Partly
furnished small house.


309 Bay SetE
P. O. Box N8164'
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042.

C8742
BASICALLY furnished 2

bae i rodtoned),1 1 Mdr o
kitchen, living and dining area'
washing machine Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.

C8624
DOWNTOWN OFFICES
Second floor office suite at IPS

Huo ised,Shirijondi tuted
$250.00 per month, including
utilities call 21980-1-2-3 to
view.

C8746
2 BEDROOM furnished house
-- Yonder Rad, large wtaied- n

2-2682 and 2-2683..
C8744
FURNISHED spacious hilltop
two-bathroom stone colonial
over looking Stapiedon
Gardens, acres flowers, near

chald e's ndrlprivamacprenseh
water supply, maid's room
$3e00. Phone owner 5-7224


FOR SALE
C8725
NEED A GOOD HORSE

Ower ladvirng isiad B st c
offers acapes. rCaar 55a4 1



,ON BARBER'Ss chair, I

aircondrm cash.n ele 0 n
3-2079.

C8727
GOOD SECOND hand 50cc
Yamaha scooters $130.00 to
$150.00. Call 22183 between
8.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
C8731
ALL LIKE NEW. Everything
must go. Owner leaving Island.
Living room and bedroom
suite, bunk beds with ladder, 2
single beds, 2 bureaus, 1 stove,
1 fridge, 3 chairs, I lazy boy, 2
night stands, rugs, pictures, 2
Televisions, stereo, fan,
curtains. See anytime at 6th
house aqua and white -
right hand side coming from
Rosetta Street on Montrose
Avenue .

C8700
1 record player almost new
1 Car Radio
Ladies dresses size 16 plus
various household goods.
1 Autopiatic Hoover. Phone
5-7766.


1972 PONTIAC Ventura II,
automatic, aIrconditioned*

c biton.te 5,8. Fi acn
availabe. Telephone 5-7766.

C8740
IMINI COOPER 'S' 1275 c.c.
twin carbs, spreader rims,
radials. New Radio, clutch,
battery, radiator and water
pump recently installed, body
work needs attention, sacrifice
for $600. Call 28618 days
51398 evenings.


C8730
WANTED MAINTENANCE
MAN for apartment building.
Must be all-round man in
.plumbing electric cal,
mle hnical and odd jobs. Call
C7118
JOB TITLE: Electrician
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G dd basic e ENCE: 5
years experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Insp c, repar i pb raand
devices and circuits, of any
voltage in cement plant or
assigned area.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CeONtT ACT:BaaP r onn l
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C8657
NPACT IAL rdURNE
B**** a'*** '"'nish own
transportation. Write P. O. Box
4903, Nassau and give
telephone contact.


ROB irmTLE: Instrument



DUIES/RMESPOSIILTIES:

Hintechogratnndicatin or
gruiapielectria rmehncl
Inastrument*ia irumna
INTIESRESTEDS APPLICANT
Dntll eparten, Bahibama C et s
Companys P. y O. p Box F10
Fteepratin, Grnd Bahama* o

instust he
reNTcs. one o pe se.41M78 *


C8694


2 BAHAMIAN Handymen and
yardman. References and
experience. Wagess $40 to $45
per week.
Apply: Deal's, P. O. Box 1548*
Nassau or telephone 2-4656


C7111
RESIDENT MANAGER: To
take complete charge of
administration of Oceanus
Hotels Ltd., Must be capable of
supervising and directing all
departments, also handle sales
and promotion. At least 10
years previous experience In
various areas of hotes field
a sctosnecessa proof of



ass t manage sne.A eat 10


Apply to Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
Personnel Department, P. O.
Box F-351, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C8628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
required: High school graduate
or equivalent education: 3-5
years experience desirable.
Applicant must be able to take
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: filing
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person to Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.
C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of;
Chartered Accquntants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in

'Shcessful rce diodraes wio fic
palo- excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should

C., 'n, o. o~ F-2.
reportr, Bahamas.

C NTRUCTION COMPANY
needs an attractive young lady
with secretarial skills to work
din n, F eeporpploffitce.muin
have some knowledge of
book keeping and be
experienced mn filing. Five day
week, salary depending on
e perie cee pid cation and

:Interested persons should
contact either Mr. James Rea
oroMrr Alvin Swann dt re por
Box F-2410, telephone
352-7091. Only Bahamians
need apply.

C7126
JOB TITLE: Instrument

MNMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
u e .U EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test

.andegraatig in ica pn of
graphic electrical or mechanical
nN ER SED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Per so nne
Department, Baham~axCem nt

Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7091

FBOIV MAN EeX Pired mNC ED

vhch CI an insrtall ep aemen




FieWeels of Gand Bahama


ehen ga Mrs .Helena Ulz bli'
1917 at Lorimers, Middle
tChai to Mrs. Rosina Hall and

Aftr anshor turn s, Hohena

25th 1973 at the home of her
sister, Alecia Dean of Lincoln
Blvd.

The late Helenai Idurie n

oe adopted dasu tor alatsy

ge ote hein Hal i



Shortly before her death on
Thursday night, Alecia prayed
with her and after praying, she
said to Alecia, "My hope is
built on nothing less than Jesus
blood and righteousness".
May God bless her soul.

BUSINESS
OPPORTIMITIES

WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2-7667 P. O. Box
N4764, FRANK( CAREY
REAL. ESTATE LTD. Let us
take you on a FREE
complimentary tour of any
subdivision of your choice with
no obligation to buy*
CALL US TODAY



C8668
STILL MO RE German
She herd Pup left. Pric r
rduc d. Secu Aeader Vir s ,
Durham Street of o n
Royal Avenue.


CMARINE SUPPLIES
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C8663
CORNER building tot, 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
call collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime.

B AUTIFUL two bedroom



$2 d00rlon Mtal u W a (on r


exchange in Florida. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
a~nytime. P. O. Box N-4635'
Nassau .

C8641
LARGE HILLTOP and
waterfront lots at East end.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
or 2-2680.
C8685
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.

C8712

GeN~istoL.AGarde cor Soldi r
Road, $5,200.00. '
O ne minBRoad lo i S vnR Hil

One canal lot Seabreeze Estate.
$9,000.00.
2 21 Bill's Real Estate Ltd.

C8714 ABACO PROPERTY
North of Ceroe Sound. Half

Close to ocean beach. O ly I
tracts available from $2,000.00
per tract. Undeveloped
property. Call Philip Brown
Realty, Box N.104, Nassau.
Phones 31273 -- 77681 after 6
p.m.

C872RNARD ROAD
LAR E' 6400 sq. ft. lot price
$5,000.00 cash. Discount 20%.
Term deposit $200.00 Monthly
pa ments $100.00 5 yeaart
?-3921.
C8743
LARGE LOT in Sans Souci

CII42 28 water 6:30a sh.

C8745
SACRIFICE g or geous
Tchrtl Gy. Nhe gb us, io l
American homes. $5,000
tersr sOwner phone 5-7224


FOR SALE OR RENT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -

aoe get ctage frlae

riw swimm n, fi hing ar oH.

Isan M S ORET



2 BEDROOM furnished house
with fenced in yard in quiet
neighbourhood for young
couple with dog. Approximate
price $250. Phone 275484~ys.
58964 after 6 n.m

FORl RENT
C8661
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house -
Farrington Road. Partly
furnished. Suitable for large
family or couples sharing.
Telephone and airconditioning.
Phone 77414 after 6 p.m.

C8690
FURNISHED APARTMENT,
airconditioned. Located at the
corner of Centreville and
Madeira Street. $175 per
mon th. For further
Information phone day 24264
night 3-1143.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.


BEAflFLC LyoUR IHE
apartments. Reasonable rentl.
D call 2-2152. Evening ~

CI651
PR IME OFF ICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
cntral aircorcditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 3-2351/4 '
C7106
NEWLY BUILt 3 ~bedroom/2*
bath, situated Domingo
Melghts, East St., South.
CO~Kts Nru 5-6234.


C7122
CHIEF ENGINEER for 400
room hotel. Successful
applicant will have to maintain
and supervise auxiliary Power
Plants, Boilers, Elevators,
Air-conditioning and
Reftrigeration units, att generate
equipment for hotel kitchens,
rooms and public spaces,
welding and Steam fittings and
Temperature controls. Must be
a high school graduate or
equivalentt and must be
certified or licensed operator
of stationary engines, boilers or
steam generating equipment.
Minimum of 5 years experience
in similar position.
ASSISTANT CHIE F
ENGINEER Must possess
full knowledge of repairing and
maintaining Boilers and all
electr ica1, mec ha nica1,
air -conditioning and
refrigeration equipment. Must
be a high school graduate or
equivalentt with certificate in
engi neeri ng or proof of
experience and three phase


direct programme of socila
activities for hotel guests. Must

e prienrniasa ukci Directr
Relative to the forego ng,
ref erences anird p lce
certificate are requ re.
Only experiencedsaspp icants
need apply to: MisMram
Adderley, Personnel Officer
of Princess Properties
,ntemrtnats,262imited, ci sO.

references and tpo ice


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Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 hn Nassau,352 -6008 in Freeport from Da~m. to 5p~m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.


C8682
ABC MOTORS NF.EDS
PARTS COUNTERMEN. Must
have had at least 3 years
experience in auto parts
b ust r e ss Salaries
commensurate with
experience. Attractive fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Godwin.
Wright at 2-1031 for
appointment.




DIIUT FSI RESPOS BATIES*
Gop ai e mcac eison


moleraces macnd pecified

finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7116
JOB TITLE: Superintendent of
Production
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Graduate engineer degree or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years experience at various
maagmen levels of cement
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and direct all the


to pr ss el iou r w
materials into finished cement.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

CDeOartmant .Baham Pe rm t
Company, P. O. Box F-100*
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C8728
TAILORS are needed at Joe
the Tailor. Phone 2-4865.


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


C86319




Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenle
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714

HE YK DUTY TRUCKING



STEEHNCL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECAL QUROTATONS
ECELOM LENTSRVICE
REAOVNABL RATES

OR JACK CAH.


C13 SIPN

UNTIL YOU SEE ITACOS

NEW 'SUPE CSTEM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
5012-3-4., 239


C8642




fM ree estimae and prompt
sevc cal 2-4
C8634
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 58213, or
5-1772 WORLD OF MUSIC,
Dewgard Plaza.
C8739
WANT TO BUY OR SELL
PROPERTY CALL OR SEE
GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Serving the Bahamas since
1947 In Property Sales &
Management
107 SHIRLEY STREET
PHONE 27662 or 28966.


C791LP WANTED
DISHWASHERS: General
cleaning of dishes. -
PgOTireWASHERS:peT is jo
standing
LAUNDRY WORKERS: Must
have previous knowledge of

M srt ahgve etpre st on ye ae,
experience in Laundry Work.
PORTERS: Must have previous
experience of cleaning large
kitchen area.
MASON: To do general
maintenance work, experience

puie inc te v building
miTELEPHNcE MAN: Minimum 8
of8years experience. Mut

have knowledge of telephone
datlllbtion 1A keey e %ime t
maintenance.
FRONT DESKCLERKS: Four
uo ivedyears iexhperiens o s
ed cation is a must. This
uper must ea cu tuso ne
with the general public.
GARDENER: This person
nutuonid abae da wor onuarge
able to make flower

BrUnCeHme ts must have at
leasi-5 years experience, High
do rn ucua unirs a must.
AIR-CONDITION HELPER:
Must have knowledge of
installing and repairing

*I-c ndtoners. Rf~esnces a e

POOL MANAGER: Must be a



poston requairesn alo t of tk
n arge k lltchenpo aned tcean
lar intchn area. Bte h as
at least 1% years experience as


Musit in 21yeares aor oldr.
pleasingprsnlt. Must be al wr
able kto e work it argum f
monley.t11 Typin experience is

ACCUNTA: Five years orodr
4xpt erincea isreuressd. Mst e
able ton persoessP & Must IN
able to con wt lrol A/R. o
prfre.References arereuedlog
with recent t PoliceCetfce.
PLCUMBERS: Must heave
ceFrtifieds plqumbers' Iutcen.
Kne ow phacses ofC wldig Mut
Mu to be bleto vrsolde/r,
typrenes ofe brnqin.Kno all g

pnwalpaes of sodrig ead n

ueirprints. Must be able to lay
\ut own plans*
PIPEFITTERSt Must know all


and be able to fabric to and
make various fittings of

RDE~ir Q LF PR : Four
to five y exs r~p ien es Golf
Po qeurrd Ms i o


HELP WANTED

OFFICE MANAGER: Must
have knowledge of acountinb.

Wf ice. ust Ino c st cn re
SReferences required.
CONSTRUCTION FOREI.
MeAN: MuteI ha e k nwledge oo
how to work all types of heavy
equ ipment. Ref erences
.required.
PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR:
Will be in complete charge of

csdn tor wihohr craa s
will make all decisions
involving pprr ct. Fivertou swn

References needed.
WELDERS : Must have
knowledge of blueprint
reading, aunadified burner, kn

knowledge of welding, brazing
and annealing and all types of
welding rods. License certified
with pers andS rfenEN-

DENT: Must know all phases
of mechanical work such as,
air-conditioning, heating.
refrigeration, sheet metal
rlbng Inndallation an be

wedge, annealing and bracing.
B h v ica ablae tdoe rry
electrical systems, concerning
A/C refrigerator nansdebrolaenrsd
references.
PLUMBING SUPERINTEN-
DENT: Read all phases of

cretly ins h alth phaa
sani Iaton raons tKnow co t



of g, h lala ngsystera fo
pi ll know hos pms and hoter
maeterical take-of Must b ale
tno lget aog swithi people

bek able o lrea allk ph s
plcanse, bet able t is at o
sanitationg reasons. Must knw
snolde brae welding and ho
cuttring threading andt be able
to get along with people
Certified Licenence and
reeenbes are requirl aed. o
NSLAnTOR:Ms be able t nal l
tose coreadl luerins readt and
understand specif cations
son hot water wlnscill water
cutines, Freo ines and he at
exchages. Klnowit dferpent
havifed ow ols.eeences are
reene nrequired.
ISLTR Must be lcne n cerifed

ablrea toglvo weld, read an

kn,. moeto ar.frd apleloys.
ex per ae lnces reql u rears
Reiferene munst be frshed"

Gnyeteds BA Hu pp *or a
WExaST ENl D.ults GRAND

BAHAEMEA, PERSONEL
OFFIC bE MOcNsDA _n cried
FRIDAY 9i A.M.iuton UNT 3.00
P.M d aeof n aot b


ST LLA MARIS INN AND
MARINA tlLtIMTD on Long
Sisland, has b folouwing open
positions and ask that
appiI~ants B trta
imnmkbl limiting er by

s~ooKKs9an -- pnr..
gingles Sop Mnbmb i
IRetaurant & Ba~r fdllties -

number of5-8 a od
chudren Che de ul~sim _
must 'hav4 full profeggional
trrlagy and a few year of
practi rcal princess Licgd
commerrrda aircrat pilot with
Insrtramrret rating, airplane
Magrr mle and tuitengine land,
tofrltal (re 3000 hours, total
.multi~nglie tfire 2,000 hours
Intructqrs licncel desirble.


C902
1969 Chris Clrft Sedan slaps
six: private bathroom with
vanity, shower and head;
stove refrigerator, sinl.
stereto 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.


C8681
AUTO 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 sobr, reliable
'and willing to work. Good pay
to right man. Many fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Stunce
Williams at 2-1031.


Irun larget golf shop, give
lessons and deal with
tournaments. Must be a
meminr of the Bahamas
P.G.A *
CIVIL ENIINE~ER: Must have
experience in field supervision
and cost an~lsis. References
nquired.


C7127
LIVE IN MAID NEEDED,
MUST HAVE REFERENCES
PH ONE FRE EPO RT
373-2775, MRS. DAVl


QSbe PWrblEut


Tuesday, February 6, 1973,


IN FREIEPORT TEL 352-6808





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REX MOR GAN, M.D. By, DAL CURTIS

7- H4 ~i( PAiEP f90410 SLACKS, SPORTn TOO bAD MISS CALE WAS VES,
'F CLLTHs t:klurr 4 NrA COUPLE OF JACKETS CALLED OME~*B6UTM4VSEL MA~e-*
I WAS GETTING wolRR~IE 5iHOUt r I E R\tFE ALL 5ET i I SENT THEM YOU'LL CET TO SEE HER
ABOUT YOU / IT~ 7 EN O'Cloc( st E R Er i'f OC THE STUPf O ARE AGAIN SOON 1/
AMP, WE SHOULD BE UPTOW~N AP OLEV
AT THE. SToofo wITHIN I ~ GUESSSO'
MAR HAFOUR ',
B.


I~~r~c~n


sq 0.Smer Hurried. (5) DO MNG MR DITHE S ONE MOMENT; IF CME ASK ME
2 App ehnsive a.n~ care over clothes. (4 N PL AE 1 &TeN~
24. Israeli Prime 7. Described. (4I) RAC C
9 Minister X. Onenusin l~y. (D) : r
27. Frostweed 12. Blabesas. (a )~

32. Make amends c;.A tratan SIR
o 35. Kindled No. 7,OS . by TIM MlcKAY (3) :: 0
37. Scottish lord Across r(a. I nquisl-C .: i C.
8 42 439. Daft II. Enor tae anlality. <3. 4> t yve .
us ~~~41. Shirr 10. scholar. (3)". d'


APART ME NT 3- G By Ale K o ts sy


& o ver gard


R 0PER & MI KE N 0MAD


ri


~ How many

ou mak e a

S E le*toe sh o


be tased on
wecrd mnust contatl at a large
letter, and there murst be at

j


2)from the Cardof $tighter Instituts

haeNR TNECE I h onn ohv a good chance to think out a course of
action that is best suited to your emotional nature The
afternoon finds you eager to put an important plan in
operation, although more planning will be required later Your C
Aidi RIlin ts meRES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Morning is ideal to go after
your finest aims in a positive way and then take the time to
assist those who are having a rough time Improve your health
and make sure not to lose your temper.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Morning is fine for helping
others to solve their problems, but later get busy and make
your own position in life better. Plan social activities for the
future. Show more devotion to loved one
G;EMINI (May 21 to June 21) Give your full attention to
career matters in the morning Later you can study a new
course throughly for use in the future Make sure to pay your
bills Te evening ean be a happy time with mateo e afn

idea in the morning that should be studied, but don't neglect
your responsibilities. Listen carefully to what others have to
suggest. Evening is fine for reading a good book.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) You feel that others are
pressuring you in the morning, but in the afternoon you can I
come to a fine understanding with associates Mate is irritable
but it will be evening before you understand why
V.IRCO (^"'m22 o n ng b22u In ted dof aguintg w than
and all irons out properly. Listen to the views of others. Show
that you understand and want to cooperate.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Make sure you handle all those
duties well before you go out for the amusements you enjoy.
Try to please both co-workers and friends. Take a good friend
into your confidence. Entertain tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) If you plan recreational
activities early, you can then go ahead and take care of
important responsibilities with ease. Show that you are a
creative person Try to please kin more Be wise
SAGITTARUIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) You have problems
at home that need handling early so that you can go out on
business without worry Make this a most productive day Any
friction at home should be gotten rid of quickly
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) You have some problems
that need your immediate attention before you can get into
productive work ahead of you Then you can put a new plan
to work efficiently. An associate can be helpful
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Make a plan that will give
you more abundance in the future and follow through
intelligently. Talk your ideas over with associates. A business
expert can solve some problems for you.
hePl CESil (ep. a el iar. u20) Tak teo tihme to gedeou
business or whatever else is vital to you Come to right
decision about the future. Stay at home tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those highly sensitive young people who does a good
deal of listening and learning early in life Later a pioneering
quality can be developed toward a particular goal. Give as fine
an education as you can afford and then there will be great
success here. Sports are a good outlet. The spiritual will be
absorbed with much understanding.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of


HIELP WANTED
C7108
IMPORTANT U .S .
Manufacturing Company has a
Car epo position avGial n

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 aff
accounting and financial
functions. Marketing is not
involved. At least 5-7 years of
experience in Accounting and
management is called for, with
intaie ade ability mtpooratk

Saar wica rs be based on
Please send resume in full
confidence to: P. O. Box F-25,
Freeport, Bahamas.





Rucpert and th~e









.9@. ~


HELP WANlTED

P OG RESSIVE BEAUTY
SALON COMPANY in need of
Master Hairstylists. Following
qualifications are must:
1) Style, expertly cut, tint
bleach and do frostings on
Caucasian hair.
2) We are now taking
applications from people who
have had experience in
(Cosmetology to send to Miami
ort advanced courses in
Write an send a picture to:
Modalena Ltd., P. O. Box
F-775, Freeport, Bahamas.

C LY EX PE RIEN CED
MN cHAdNI required ufora ou
minimum of 3 years with
knowledge of General Motors
products. Full Company
benefits with factory training.
Bahamians only need apply.
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
Ltd., Telephone 352-7001.

Ninky Toys-13


.~~iB ;
.,,,~~~ .~~r
'


Please wait I There's air and the cowboy grins down
rmething muN n tel ou IRuper as hea fi ps h
Rupert's words go un eard as to the spot and she is just in
the airplane begins to taxl time to see the pilot reach out
along thre ground. I wlah and seize the floating toy.
he'd let me explain about Who's that ?" she asks.
ara t marr ft I n te Sata'sthheelpers, says Ruoe

Respert and the Ninky Toys-14


will have wings inst ad of
ears, and they won't be
Nlnkies at all." With the new
worry to make him glum,
ad t rnse back tothe v iage
Suddenly he sees Bill arriving
with Mrs Badqer. Huilo.
there I shouts Rupert, breek.
ing into a run-


I


;TE VE


The cowboy does not return
and soon his airplane is a
distant speck. He's taking
your model to Santa," Rupert
18~a isaf douwant~ed hi
do? laughs Maraot. But
don't you see 7f" isists
:Rupet. "If Santa's hel~pers
copy your model all the toys


your life is largely up to YOU'






gy VICTOR MOLLO
A new venture, gaining ppur-
larley in thue US., is twae sale
to clubs of sets of presorrangled
deals, f~ully analysea b~y a panel
ar experts. Eucrn~er I.las Aoe,
Billy disenberg and Galifornian,
clcdae IKanlta, head one suan
panel. ThicK stands and ireaxis
arce left strictly alone. All the
emphaabs as on everyday situa-
tlons, as here.
iUseer IWe~S. E/W Vul.
rNorth

4 J98 5

'West East
v K4 Q10 7 4 2 W1J 53
6 10 6 5 6 K Q
South
e Q 10 2


West Irorth East South
Pass Pame ~PBss 5
IPass 13+ Pass 49
West, leads &L O3. sow
should the play ? veop
Thhs is the pantet view: Sou~th
wins, ruffs a heart in dtanmy
and runs thae 40, losing to West s
ture 4KC. Th 45 return goes
to East's +Q and a trump comes
Slater cannot be certain of
his contract, but takingL the best
ch~a~ne, he ruits another heart.
lecures to hand with the QA


so East surely has th K. Bouth
tnruws t~wo diamonds from
dummy and leads the c4A, then
a low club, hoping for a ~3-
me~ak and expecting East to
navre no mrore nearts.
nt a not the only way to brin
home the contract, out it a the
oxetray-h heway bhat wJ11


--- (l).7tl)
Williamn Hartmatn, who per-
formed so we~L against world ~ft
grran 1.natsters aet Hsig h
month, brought, otI a neat flijna
Ia tau>~ position from the Evemnln
btan:.Lud London Open. Hal e-
ston (Blalck, to move> has a
wi:.. 0 pa A in the heart of hs,
pL,.:on Llueatening to queen
at:. w~in a took-eand his bIshoP
ljusno tn prse t~o the white Kifig.
Whalt d~a HarLaton play,. and
Ilow should the game ena?
P;.x time:-: 10 seconds, chesj
mI. L or eXirert; 1 mIinlute,
caJu. .y standilft, 3 min '. clue J
L e:;8tt; 6 minutes, averse;:c l
IIunaLtes, n~ovice.

8 .tflon 'ttiu:sdlY Jan 18

ChessSS Oluittot
1 .. -B6! 2 P xR Q.,
Q < ; 3 q x; D (f 3 Q-97.'
K't-K7 ch win~s), Kt x Q ch and

K--R3 P-KKpifI ald hl
bishrop moves thren 6 .P-l
ch forces a quick mate,.


1. Absorb 31. Roman rooms
4. Worn-out horse 33. Half dozen
.Barden-Baden 34. Telephone
11I. Incenhve inventor
13. Alternatives 36. Pioneer
S14. Rail 38. Spiral
S15. 3pots 40. Greek portico
1 Foray 41. Wooer
19Affectations 43. Author Loos
20. Scorn 46. Vicia orobus
23. Abound 47. Treed
25. Aricle 49. Tiny
2.G~olferSammy 50.Mind
28. Prior to 51. Head of the
29. Utilize house


re..t one ellnt-tetter word n s.en
uint. No plurals: no foreign words:
TAg~pe,*, 'L-S ro ng.lod
r8 words, very good; : word.
wrclenat. tluon tomonrw.
Ant a~ntc att cant at Ocnt
elte city enact entity etna intact
natty nest nicety usetate tacit
tact tain taint teat TENACITY
tent tetants tice time tint tinty
tIny.


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE


4. Netherlan s d
queen
5. Man's
nickname
6. Owing
7. Weather
satellite
8. Eeing party

10. Burro
12. Nonalcoholic
beverages
16. Chasm
18. Loses weight


DOWII
1. Road cure
2.0ld Siamese
coin
3. Rows


C
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LL.


tn
w
Z


"3. I~nked sometimess with
"4. Slasple. (4)
?3. Viliec. (5)
IDown
1. Redi Indian feature. (3. 4)
2. Louud noise. (4)
3. Unfriendly. (8)


STuesdcay, February 6, 1973.


I#AND BACTIAMA


by saunders


Chess


WITH MORE PEORI !
v.LIKE TED VINCENTI
IN THE YOUNG Perw; F
I BELIEVE WE COULD MAYE
REAL PROGRESS IN rR!'
FIGHTING, JULIE \. .



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~'I ult5snow.It$ NQTAs aYtks MUIN ,M'I# la'r M41

liermUS aUlrJAw, M aaesplYA M' COE Ni


ACROSS NR




I II I I I I


Wise Ahnut r


The ale wh eesheduled
to play Schlitz Viking lst night
lost that game by default*
KENTUCKY COLONELS

J. Bo~stwick Ig Rb T4
A. Unstwick 5 11 2 10
W. Vo~r 6 6 O 12
Smith 2 12 2 4
Oum r 12 I5 24
Thompson 18
ss WARRIORS
P. Swaby 8 2 I 17
anawe I1 2 3
A. Swabey 2 12 4 4
Isaacs 8 12 0 16
RANDY RODGERS FIT AGAIN
WELL-KNOWN sportsman
Randy Rodgers said today that he
has now fully recovered from his
recent iIlness.
Rodgers wats taken ill suddenly at
hisl umwd ato tThlu day mewnirn
Hospital where he had to be put in
an oxylgin tent,
Rodgers said the reason for his
sudden illness still remainned
mystery and that he would be
takingg it easy" until such time as
the doctors had determined the
cause of his illness.


I


St. John's trounce Prince Will, r


AIquilas keep up win streak
)y G;I Al)S'IONI THURISTON
ST. JO)HN'S COLI,(L-GE playing without key~ guards~ Ionald "Hacrk"
Johnson and Leymond l~a1;" Hussell trorunredl defendcingl Wes~telrn
Division champicms Pr~ince Williamrs High 62-49 yesterdaS defeating them,,,,,,
for the second time thiis seaso~n. St. Jo~hn's handed P'rince Will their fourth """


NOTICE
PROPOSAL TO CHANGE SHIP'S NAME

KATY II TO NEW HORIZON lII

We, ATLANTIC PACIFIC AVIATION
CORPORATION LIMITED, of Nassau, N.P.
Bahamas, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that in
consequence of preference we have applied to the
Department of Trade and Industry under Section
47 of the Merchant Shipping Act. 1894. in respect
of the ship KATY II of Nassau, N.P. Official
Number 317137 of gross tonnage 426.20, register
tOnnage 256.10, heretofore owned by the David
Brown Corporation Limited, to have her registered
in the new name of "NEW HORIZON Ill" at the
port of Nassau, N.P. as owned by Atlantic Pacific
Aviation Corporation Limited.
Any objections to the proposed change of name
must be sent to the Registrar of Shipping at
P. O. Box 155, Nassau, Bahamas, within seven days
from the date of this advertisement.

Dated at Nassau, Bahamas this 25th day of
January 1973.
Atlantic Pacific Aviation Corporation Limited


BRIDGE~TOWN. Barrbados (A')
-- The West Indies cricket selectors
have chosen 14 players from whom
their team for the first Test match
against Australia, starting in
Kingston, Jamaica, February 16
will be chosen, said Clyde Watlcott.
c~hairmmi of the selection panel

(ca tt u)p Inshan Rl Uton nhwe
Mike Findlay, Roy Fredericks,
refry G eeide, naic Ho frd
Vanburn Holder, Alvin
Kullicharran, Clive Lloyd, Derryck
Murray and Lawrence Rowe.
There are no newcomers, the
only surprises are the exclusion of
btatsrnan Charlte oD ket edp th
F~indlay and Murrary.



JOIN THE

Emerald Beach

& Cabana Club

FOf further information
call CLUB SECRETARY

78001


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GOOD QUALITY RUBBER MATS *
REVERSIBLE WILL FIT ANY
SMALL EUROPEAN CAR.


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ALSO IN STOCK * *
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Tuesday, Fetbruary 6, 1973.


loss In six games played thlis sea\son.
With only three more regular
games to be played this season,
Prince Will's chances oft regaining
their W. D). title seem, doubtful.
both sides o~vercame b~all difficulties in the opening ofC the
first quarter but St. John's, paced
by Prince Hepburn, manauged to
hold n 19-1 1 lead by the end of
that quarter.
Picking up the pace in the: second
qluarter, St. John's, although
threatened with the rehoundin?
power of D~avid Mo~rley and the
\hoo~ting of I canard Stuart, heldl on
to, a 32-23 secolnd quarter lea~d.
Prince Winl, moving into, a to
q rrtet, had Haf cl usenantdhAlpth u
Stubbs open with baskets as Mol~ri.y
continued to take the strength of
the reborunds. Albury momelnctarill
started a rally for St. Johnlr's but
:lwe do :' afe king up hii
Taking advantage ofl St. Johln 1
big man being in foul trouble anti
the non-uppearance of Jolhnson anti (
Russell Prince Will ha:s RolSe anti
Stuart moving themr five behliul t
39-34 with a1 little over two mrinrutes
remaining in the quarter.
St. John'c, relying onr thcir
bnh. epbt ht cn P'hillip ~luI 1
int, h fonurth quar er.Id rlni
the fourth quarter, Albury, again

eh to l
th b urn, with a gamc hiighi of 17
points, topped the scoring focr St.
John's while Scott andl Albu~ry
noerd s3 hn b2 inxtervel .
Irince Will with IS and Ro~se had l


nke slingN ruWI rs tASt they
were unah e to win mefetivcly acwly
r,rni their homte court. Agluinu~s

m;~ernin llish Sho~ st 6


yesterday at the (;.1.S. grouns.
(;.II.S. who too~k their second
defeat f~rom Aqluinas suffered their
fiftht set-bac~k in seven g~mes.
Paced inl thle first quarter by
1)anny L~dgeclomb) e and C'liffrtd
Rahmingp with 12 antd bix points
respectively, Aqcuin~ac toork at 26-'
qluarter lead.
Although I)a~vid l(: eare fo~und the
holpns with nine po~intr for r;.1.S.
in the second quarter, the) were
nort able to, sto~p Ayuines who c
increased their 51-26, ha~lf tim~e icad
to 63-38 hy thle cind of thle thtird
quarter.
fa~rdley MI,\s, ('.res and~ ('llerre
relnine at ra r 20 p~rrt e ts intith
held nqqinuls toi ten points .

I)efentding hmin St.
Augustine' Ikg
Ra ueen, 'I;I c trllin thle first '

three m~inutes ofr thc first Iluarter
raln to a 7- I 1~ leadwich 11he< bchi ,
II b- ly thle endt of tha~t (IarIterF.
linwever, inl thle second qualrtcr
thle tables reversal mul S.A.(`
turned orn thle stCe so to) take .I 24-23
l'akinip: the leIt 2for airt~l S. !
lead brroughtl oni their rookie c
wre tuts rfcid <- ui I alth n ,:
L~ivin gstone Ilurbes stopped
S.A.C:. with 13 po~ints. Lan~rel Jervis
aInd Noetl Murorre teamedct upl folr 5
porints. (;. R~uhuell got a garne~ high

1,. W. YolnB >~lilt td ue Jhootling

S Abborer64-1 es(ctlJ a 1 I. \\.
Young.
St. Aru es ttook :Ir cn tyl fton
Y. in aI splelndid dlispin\ of
dc~ne to tk ;1 .12-j threi leak
leald. Brown sco~redt tenl of hris 19 in


GETTING IT AWAY Baillou's scrum-half David Rounce gets the ball away during
Saturday's friendly game against Freeport which Baillou won 12-6. Shown breaking from
the scrum are David Lakin (Balilou's second row forward), Rog~er Fry (Freeport's prop)
and Alan Holgate.(Freeport's No. 8). Trevor Reid and Rick Adderley~scored Baillou's
tries and John Lively kicked two penalty goals for Freeport. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


KNIWIAI TO LEAD WINIDIES, SOBERS OUT


KEITH SMITH of the Kentucky Colonels takes a spill
while team-mate Tony Bostwick, looks concerned as he
reaches out to deflect a rebound from Gary Cooper of the
Warriors. The Warriors, playing without any bench, lost
100-62- PHOTO: RICKEY WELLS


The selectors arlso named a team
to play for the President's II
against the Australians starting, at
Monteg~o Bay, Jamaica, on F~riday,
Cliver Lloyd, (captain), Lockhart
Sebastien, Gordon Gireenidge,
Richard Gabriel, Richard Decsouza.
David Mutrray, Bernard Julien,


Horbert Phillip, Mike Holding,
imtiacz Ali and figlruemedo Willett.
Walcott, Test team manager, said
that Gaury Sobers thle former
captain and great left handed allI
rounder, had informed them that
he was .unavailable for the first
Test.


Wo~rkingl the balll to thle open
mrani, L..W.Y. at the beginnings ofr the
secckndhquarter chipped in2 ph ee
icad (48-36) by the end ofT the third


quarter.
With victory in sight and being
backed farvourably by their home
crowd Le tY. went irto outscor
for the season,


After 3 low Stirtte(cln
behind the rehounding of Sterling
a20 10 Icad withl 10 mlinutes
re ynt wi th iel five mnen and
no, bench, the Warriors played great
tem icl and pae yptSve
17 and 16 points respectively held
"'er39-32 hy the end of the first
Gilbert Cooper, who paced the
""'jor """' 'd3 p>nitsoandh II
onl a right post jumper but thle
"'~(n is brtought annUuilnt wh<
shooting: again to lead them to a
ss-281 lead with it4 re ma nigh
the first half. the Warriors who
called time-outs to catch a breather
did not seem to lose too much of
their spunk although their gap
opened 86-56. Fighting to the very
end although losing isaacs who
retse retan injured lume. th
inevitable century as Roosevelt
Turner from the to~p of the key in
the closing seconds of the game
notched it.
BUDWEISER EAGLES
PULL OUI OF SERIES
IBudweiser E~agles Junio~r coming
under fire by the Bahamas Amateur
IBasketball Association for uttering

in th jni age lmitpule. o f
the series last night after
investigations by the B.A.B.A.
revealed that these documents were
false


February 5, I 973



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ARAWAKS 21-3
By Ivan Johnso~n
BUCCANEERS Hugby Club won
their second Harry Knowles Trophy
game when they defeated the
Arawaks 21-3 at the Sports Centre
over the weekend, scoring four
tries, one conversion and a penalty
goal to the Arawaks one penalty
goal.
This was the first'outing' for the
newly formed Arawaks who
showed considerable character and
team spirit while fighting to the
'death.'
The Buccaneers were never in
anly danger of losing and their pack
wats again dominant throughout the
match. With Brian Thomas (prop),
Jim Banks (wing forward), Mike
Revington (prop) and John Smith
(2nd row) all turning in good
performances. the B~uccaneers
controlled both the loose and the
seAcrumrrungesdthe Buccaneers to a
score of 7-3 up to half time but
going into the second half the
IBuccaneers took command of the
match to pile on a further 14
po {y Broome put the
Buccaneers 3-0 ahead after 15
minutes with a penalty goal
awarded for offside in the scrum by
one of the Arawak players
The Arawaks replied
immediately when Datnny Lowe
kicked a penalty to make 3 3 score
30 minutes into the half the
Bhuccunneeas score teirt lfirs try
y< Berim no- the try was credited
in the second half the

auhrity= whe Jm Bank pou c
rt mbdi eythe Arawask'srsrurn-hain
converted to put them 13-3 in the
lead.
it12 minutes later tehe Ical oun

t) eurer c to Bran Dyer onrt e
right wing who ran 25 yards to
scoW th Bc aeers completely
in control the burly second row
forward, John Smith, crashed over
te line following mvm entti b
scoring at 21-3.
afen the s~e and gme of tep

Ad er ey asd frrde or tei esc j e
(3aillou's tries.
INDIA SCORE 250 FOR
4 INoFINAL TEST )-aok
Engineer's 121, his team's first
centuornon te Ted ser es, led Itn/ ]
of 250 for the loss of four wickets
Teged' ditn oth inal Test of
With India still batting and
holding six wickets the prospect of
a draw emerged, which would gave
the home team a victory in the
ds 2-attchwfitr dindia currently


Kentucky Colonels swramp Warriors
I)AlfAMAS COMMONWEALTH Bank Warriors, playing without chief
pinlyers Arlingto~n "Jluboc" Hlumes, John "Kong" Walllace and Cyril Hanna
Inst a well-foulght gume at the hands of defending, Paradise League
chamnpio~ns and league leaders, Kentucky Colonels, who swamped them
10 62 duringdast niih 's second game un h A : Adderley G;ym.


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