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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: February 10, 1973
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pol~ le Itrstolen Inc ne) 11

I' inc y ve recovered about
$13.000 in Ca3nadian.
Bahamian and Ame~rican
currency fro~m the Canadri an
Imperial Bank robbery.
rPolice mourcess dnNa sau and
following up leads in all cases.


2 FREEPORTERS



ROBBER Y, TH ill

JAILED F OR R~EEIPT
TWO F~REEPORTI residents
were charged in Freeport
Magistrate's C'ourt yesterday
with armed robbery in the
Tuesday morning hold-up of
the Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce, and a third man
pleaded guilty to receiving

fomm th bnkn w~as ja ne
for two years.
Sentenced to two years hard
labour by Magistrate Kenneth
Mc Alister was Michael
Macintosh, who police said had
received "most of the $13,000
so far recovered.
Charged with the robbery
were Jerome Watson and
Johnny Martin. The three are
Freeport residents, Bahamian
nationals and "about 25 or 26
years old" according to police
sources. They were arrested at
Freeport on Wednesday.
Police are still looking for
the third man involved in the

bankdobb nd Martin were
jointly charged with armed
robbery, possession of firearms
and with using firearms while
committing an offence.
DEFERRED
They pleaded guilty to the
possession charge, and
sentencing was deferred.
Armed robbery and using
firearms are indictable
offences, and Martin and
Watson were not called on to
plead.
A preliminary inquiry has
been set for February 20.
The robbery occurred at
about 9: 15 a.m. Tuesday at the
bank's Queen's Htighway
offices, when three masked
men, armed with
double-barrel shotgun and two
revolvers, walked in, held up
eight employees and two
customers, and made off with
about S21,000 in Canadian,
Bahamian and American
currency
CITY MARKETS
BREAK-IN REPORT
POLICE are investigating a
break-in sometime during the
night at the main branch of
City Markets in the Palmdale
Shopping Plaza. Thieves are
believed to have gained entry
through a back door. They
damaged a safe. but apparently
stole nothing.


UURA IR IMEIL Ul[@
MRS. DORA Kathleen
McNeil, a resident of the
Bahamas since 1947, died at
St G;eorge's Hospital, London

on ghebary of the late Sir
George Harvey M.P. and the
late Lady Harvey, she was
married in 1934 to Mr. Joseph
Htearne McNeil who survives
her.
Mrs. McNeil suffered a
stroke in September 1972 and
never re ained consciousness.


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wave an d at dwas he rsle
of Ih last repone inoietass

recorded appear to have had
robbery as a motive.
At about 11.30 p~m
January 31 Hlaitian Emiile
Piendutan as com anion e e
Station on Blue Hill Road.
A man armed with a revolver
ent Podtn se lttoanppa ently
shot Pierre and made his escape
without taking any money.
In the first few minutes of
Saturday, February 3, a
masked man armed with a
revolver sprang out of the
bushes near the parking lot of
the Pancake House restaurant
on East Sunrise Highway*
Freeport, held up manager
Andrew Pietrak and his Kife as
they were leaving for the night.
and robbed them of about
$240 in cash. The assailant
made his getaway on foot.

AlmostU exal U2P4 hound
later, in the early morning of
Sunday, Feb. 4, three masked
men armed with revolvers
raided the Britannia Pub on
King Road, Freeport. They
held up customers and
employees, emptied the three
cash registers and escaped in a
car with about $800.
Less than 24 hours later in
Nassau a burglar armed with a
knife entered the Blair Estates
home of Mr. Geoffrey Brown
through a sliding window on
the second floor. Awakened by
the entry, Mr. Brown scuffled
with the assailant, wounding
the man ton his aromntath it

reported, Mr. Brown had the
burglar covered with a gun, but
he escaped before police
arrived on the scene. That
incident took place shortly
before midnight, Feb. 5, police
reported.
Just over nine hours later
three masked men, armed with
a double-barrel shotgun and
two revolvers, walked into the
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce ornt heueen s
High ay, Fep r, hl ig t
employees and two customers
at gunpoint while a white
canvas bag was filled with over
$21,000 in cash, and made
their getaway in a car
On the night of Wednesday,
Feb. 7, a man armed with a
shotgun entered the home of a
Harold Road resident in
Nassau, frightened the
occupant away, and escaped
from the empty house with
about $350 in cash:
in the worst incident so far'
a man armed with a shotgun
and apparently intent on
robbery entered the Cowpen
Road, Nassau home of Haitian
Atlehomme Jean Louis shortly
after ten o'clock on the night
of Thursday, F~eb. 8.
DEAD
When the attempted robbery
was over Mr. Louis. 40, lay
ded and his son and another
Hiian were su fering from
minor wounds, for which they
were treated at the Princess
iarhgaret Hospital and
The poI hav bee at
throuehpu tehe ciemeee wacve
Five da s after the death of
E~mile Pierre, al 17-year-old
Jamaican, b:.rol Hay en, was
c arged wit his mur er. A
praliminary inquiry was set for
An hour after Tuesday's
robbery of the F~ree ort bank
police had located the stolen
car used by the gunmen for
their getaway. By Wednesday
night two men were in
custody.
On Friday afternoon two
Bahamians, Jerome Watson and
Johnny Martin, were charged
with armed robbery, and a
preliminary enquiry was set for
Feb. 20.
At the same time a third
Bahamian, Michael Macintosh,
was charged with receiving


By NICKI KELLY
AFTER FIVE DAYS OF "SHADOW BOXING" NEGOTIATIONS between union and management, Progressive
Liberal Party chairman Andrew "Dud" Maynard was yesterday revealed as the real owner of Nassau Bottling
Company. Mr. Maynard is said to have paid $500,000 for the business with the assistance of a bank loan.


The tak e -over
ann enrarmenttoi thte i rm o
striking workers at 2 p.m.
yesterday, took the men by
complete surprise as they were
still under the impression that
the company was owned by
Mr. Winston A. Albury, Mr.
Donald Pritchard, Mr. Michael
Taylor and the estate of the
late Brian Rootes.
Nassau Bottling's entire staff
went on strike Monday after
the appointment last Friday of
Mr. Donald Sealy as the plant's
new manager.
According to sales manager
BasilbB e s. l teb Taf w

and Pritchard last Friday that
they were stepping down so
that Mr. Sealy could handle the
business.
'There was never any
indication that they did not
still own the business," Mr.


Bullard said.

The mOn E leverwent on
strike Monday when Mr. Sealy
instituted certain on-the-job
changes to which they
objected.
On the scene from the start
The Tribune was told, were Mr.
Philip Pinder, president of the
Bahamas Soft Drink Bottlers
Association and Mr. Jerome
McSweeney, pro-secretary of
the Association
Just the day before Mr.
Sealy's appearance at Nassau
Bottling, a press announcement

Mcm ene asinde new dwnM"
of Topeca Bottling Company
where Mr. Sealy was known to
have been employed.
Mr. Bullard said that Mr.
Pinder and Mr. McSweeney
said they were representing the
Bottlers Association and the


owners, "although they
pr teleedm.'ro authorization
According to the workers
they had been asking to meet
with Mr. Albury, Mr. Taylor
and Mr. Pritchard since
Monday, but had received no
satisfaction.
Negotiations to settle the
dispute were continuing as late
as noon Friday between the
union and Mr. Pinder and Mr.
McSweeney at the Ministry of
Labour offices when Mr.
Pinder said he would see the
men at the Shirley Street plant
at 2 p.m. with a letter*

Mr ThMaxel Tylorou gnerl
secretary of the Agricultural
Distributive and Allied Workers
Union, which is representing
the workers.
OWNER
Typed on Nassau Bottling
Stationary and signed by Mr.
Mayeard as presidentt and
owner," the February 9 letter
assured striking plant workers
that if they returned to their
jobs, management was
prepared to assure them that
"the guidelines set out in the
union contract dated
November 20, 1971 will be
followed by Mr. Donald

Shea were told furthermore
that the company would abide
by the grievance procedure as
set out in the contract, and
that no employee would be
victimized for any actions
resulting out of the present
wild cat strike.
Mr. Maynard also promised
to work closely with the union
and with the Ministry of
Labour to settle any problems
that should arise.
Speaking for the workers
massed outside the plant this
morning, Mr. Bullard said the
men had no objections to
working for Mr. Maynard.
What, however, they did object
to was Mr. Sealy's presence.
Commented one of the men:
"We will never work under him
and we won't even work
alongside him."
They said they knew him as
the "axe man" for Mr. Pinder
and felt that the purpose
behind his being put into
Nassau Bottling was to "weed
out" department heads at the
plant who had been there
between 23 and 25 years,
DISMISSALS?
Mr. Bullard said that besides
himself others slated for
dismissal were production
manager Buster G~ibson; soft
drink mixer Irvin Johnson;
Thomas Mackey, in charge of
filler and machinery and Albert
Colebrooke, storeroom
manager and controller of
store room .
He said all the men named
had worked for the company
between 23 and 25 years.
When the workers learned
that Mr. Maynard was the new
owner they requested a
meeting with him.
Mr. Maynard, who was on
the premises, reportedly met
with the men briefly. At the
meeting he is reported to have
said that Mr. Pinder had been
named to do all the promotion
and advertising for Nassau
Bottling because of his success
with Caribbean Bottling,
bottlers of Coca Cola.
Mr. Sealy, it is understood,
worked with Mr. Pinder at
Caribbean and then moved
with him to Topeka when he
took over,
MONDAY MEETING
Because of the union men's
refusal to work with Mr. Sealy,
a meeting has been scheduled


e' S the pe ople's c hoic e

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE FNM'S CYRIL FOUNTAIN won a technicall victory" in
the Election Court, but a tally of all votes cast in the North End,
Long Island election valid, rejected and protest ballots -
"confirm that I was and am the people's choice," PLP candidate
Philip Smith declared in a press conference Friday.
His statement came two The Returning Officer in the
days after the Election Court North End, Long Island, Rum
ruled that Mr. Fountain had Cay and San Salvador
won the September 19 constituency found Mr.
election, and that Mr. Smith's Fountain and Mr. Smith tied at
return as representative 473 regular votes each
following a fresh poll on following the Sept. 19 poll.
October 6 was invalid. He, therefore, declared the
Mr. Smith pointed to the poll void and called for fresh
results of the Election Court balloting on October 6. The
o cing eas "persuasv an FoNIMan rote idh onsecond
courts are not subject to In Wednesday's Court
government interference. decision Chief Justice Sir
NO QUESTIONS Gordon Bryce and Mr. Justice
He declined to entertain James Smith ruled that in fact
questions after he read his Mr. Fountain had won the
prepared text. Sept. 19 poll 475 to 471.
~In his press conference
Friday, held in the executive
offices of Flamingo Airlines on
Collins Avenue, Mr. Smith
pointed out that at the Sept.
19 poll, although he and Mr.
Fountain were tied with 573
regular ballots, there were also
five rejected ballots two
marked for Mr. Fountain and
three for Mr. Smith -- and five
Froos ballots o--one for M .
Smith.
Therefore, the PLP
candidate declared, on Sept. 19
SHIRLEY KNOWLES there were 956 votes tendered,
476 for the FNM and 480 for
IR fl ITI' the PLP.
** **Mr. Smith went on to say
FMMEBIL s[@gift( that on October 6 he won 573
I UMERL OL5196 regular votes, a 100-vote
increase over the Returning
FUNERL sevice forMiss Officer's tally for Sept. 19.
Shirley Destine Knowles, 26' EPES HIE

Nhaesau' f h cc nu~t "Despite Mr. Fountain's
Technical victory I am
by the Rev. Charles Curry at nvthlshap toknow
Wesly Mthodst hurc at that the facts confirm that I
3:30 p.m. tomorrow. was and am the people's
Interment will follow in the coce"M.Sihdlad.
Western Cemetery. He added that "I should like
A clerk with the Ministry of t elr oaltecuty
Tourism at the time of her ththeUPsaneolon
deathon Fbruay 1,Miss Long Island has been broken
Knowles is survived by her adta hudIscr y
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hasting arysnmatoI arn
arlo~d hre sisem em confident of victory in the

Jimmy and Tony, four aunts netlcto whevriis
Dorothy Marge Violet and hl.
Cyntia nd t unles eon "My people are determined
Alle andGeore to convert this momentary loss
MissKnowes ws faally into a resolve to secure positive
1 ure at bout10:4 p~m and progressive representation
I bru 1 wen te ca she after the victory at the next
was dr ving collided with a elcin"
arkedtruc anda la ost The PLP candidate went on
on Shirley Street near the to say:
"You will recall that during
Shirey Sree Thetre. ead the election campaign of 1972
sh S ttrprnodmiedio to the Opposition vociferously
thePr es Merraat Hspial claimed that should my party,
led by our nation's leader, the
GUEST SPEAKER AT THE Hon. Lynden O. Pindling, win
AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB the election, there would be an
MRS. AROLN Perce, end to the freedom of our
honorary president of the cut.
General Fedratio of The fact that Mr. Fountain
Women's lubs wil bethe is now a Member of Parliament
k ~by the decision of the Election
quet peaerat heAlmer Court is persuasive and
luncheon-meeting at the cnlsv ro htor
lioldayInn Pardis Isand courts are free and totally
on Monay. removed from party political
Mrs. Pearce's topic will be cnieainadgvste
the "Challenge of the General ttllet h poiins
Fedeatio of 's lub grossly misleading propaganda.
in 193 oen s "As a citizen of the Bahamas
I am proud to be living in a
FOB CAMERA country where power is
CLUB MEETING respected by its holders and
THE DEVELOPING of film where every citizens, regardless
is to be the topic of discussion of his political affiliation,
at the regular meeting of the knows that the courts of
F.O.B. Camera Club, scheduled justice are independent and
for 8 p.m. Monday at the free of Government
Teachers Training College, interference. This has always
Oakes Field. Members have been a firm and unbending
been asked to bring policy of my party and the
undeveloped film to the recent court decision confirms
meeting. that ."


W
ANDREW MAYNARD
.. buys soda firm for reported


between union representatives
and Mr. Maynard for 9 a.m.
Monday at the bottling plant.
The men confirmed this
morning that cheques were
paid to the drivers and
salesaben Frigay but these were
returned: as protest for the
non-payment of wages to the
other workers.
Eight women are. involved
among the strikers.
Although refusing to work,
the staff has appeared at the
job site again this morning to
euqlufmenttheir hourly
They admitted that there
was a considerable disturbance
at the plant yesterday
af ter noon after the
announcement of Mr.
Maynard's takeover. Police
they said were called to the
scene.
They were unaware,
however, that management had
called in their own security and
police dogs.
POLICE
A policeman was on duty
this morning just inside the
main door of the plant when
The Tribune arrived.
Mr. Sealy told this paper this
morning that Mr. Maynard had
been negotiating for the
purchase of Nassau Bottling for
about three months. The new
owner was off the island,
however, and could not he
contacted.
When asked by the workers
yesterday how he could have
bought the soda plant Mr.
Maynard reportedly answered
that he had done so through
the bank, but did not name
which one.
The Tribune has been told
that an American investor
made a downpayment of some
$9,000 in October with a view
to purchasing Nassau Bottling.
It is being claimed that he did
not meet the deadline for the
remainder of the payment.
According to the agreement
he was to have been informed
of any subsequent changes in
the arrangement.
It was not known whether
this was done*
Mr. Maynard has figured
prominently both in Flamingo
Airlines and Bahamas World
Airlines and was a source of
considerable controversy in
1970 when a Garbage Court of
Inquiry found that his regime
as former Baillou Hill depot
chief committed government
"to a scandalous expenditure
of over a quarter of a million
dollars a year to maintain a
fleet of 15 run-down vehicles."
The PLP chairman and
brother of Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard is also
remembered for having seized
the keys to the hospital
ambulances when he failed to
collect the monies he felt were
owed him by the Ministry of
Health.


the Caribbean and the Americas.
However, the vacancies, the
result of the departure during
the year of three ministers,
may be filled before
September.
The three ministers who are
leaving this year are the Rev.
Donald Urwin of Rhodes


PUBLIC WIllED

ABOUT SHRESISTERED

IWSURIRUL I IRIs

THE REGISTRAR of
Insurance Companies, Mr.
Charles Donaldson today
warned the public against
doing business with
unregistered insurance agents,
insurance brokers or insurance
salesmen; or insuring with
unregistered companies.
Mr. Donaldson said that it
has come to his attention that
a number of Risks in the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas are being arranged for
by agents and brokers who are
not registered under the
Bahamas Insurance Act 1969
to do business in or from
within the Bahamas.
He pointed out that Part IV
27 (1) of the Act clearly states
that "no person shall act as an
insurance agent, insurance
broker or insurance salesman
unless he is registered or
deemed tobe registered under
this part "
Those persons found guilty
of any offence under the
Insurance Act. Mr. Donaldson
said will be dealt with
according to general provisions
relating to offences.
Information as to which
companies, agents, brokers and
salesmen are currently
registered may be obtained
from the office of the Registrar
of Insurance Companies, Bitco
Building.

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES

ROBERT T. HIRST
Optometrist
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 362-5906


Church, the Rev. David
Livingstone of St. Michael's
and the Rev. George C.
Hopkins. In addition, the Rev.
Kenneth Huggins of the
Bahamas District is currently
studying abroad.
The only new priest due to
arrive in the Bahamas by
September is the Rev.
Desmond Mason of the MCCA,
who il completing two years of

As a result of the expected
shortage when the three
,Ministers leave this year, the
District's 161st Synod in
Nassau, held January 31 to
February 7, passed a resolution
enabling the District to seek
the services of ministers from
the Caribbean and the United
States.
BRITISH CHURCH
Vacancies, which could not
be filled from local resources
have traditionally been filled
by the British Methodist
Church through the Methodist
Missionary Society.
It is understood that this
year, however, the MMS has no
ministers available for service
in any of the MCCA's eight
districts
According to the
appointment list presented to
the Synod by Synod secretary
the Rev. Denis Magnus, there is
no one available for the
Windward Mission (Cat Island,
Acklins and Inagua), and the
District is one minister short
for the North Eleuthera and
the Turks and Caicos Islands
the Abaco circuits.
The appo in tments
announced were:
District chairman: the Rev.
Edwin Taylor: secretary: Rev.
Denis Magnus; Nassau circuit:
Revs. David Swinglehurst,
Denis Magnus, Charles Curry
and Sister Olga Brooks-Smith;
Queen's College: Revs. Edwin
Taylor and J. Emmette Weir
South Eleuthera: Revs. John
Bilverstone and Desmond
Mason; North Eleuthera: Rev.
J. T. Seymour; Abaco: Rev.
Colin Archer; Andros. Rev. J.
Thomas Turner: Bimini and
Grand Bahama: Revs. Eric C.
Clarke, J. Leroy Saunders, and
Charles Sweeting; Turks and
Caicos Islands: Rev. Henley B.
Perry,


WAVE OF VIOLENCE~ AND CRIME

HIITS HIASSAI ANWD FRIEEPORT


NEW OWNERSHIP COMES AS 'COMPLETE

SURPRISE' TO STRIKING WORKERS






PLP chair man 'Dud'








Maynard emerges snw


OUSTED NORTH LONG ISLAND M.P., PHILIP SMITH

OW~e SSH O 18... makes stratment, ducks any questions


awn rofass u B ttlnglDespite court ruling 05$1811


2 ki""ng eni



in seven major crimes



Of VIioleCe Withinl lOays

By MIKE LOTHIAN
TWO MEN HAVE BEEN KILLED and at least two others have
been wounded in a wave of violent crime which has swecpt across
both New Providence and Grand Bahama in the past ten days.


Met oit tlS C CH shr


of0 Iggg miitr ths ggg ag

A SHORTAGE IN MINISTERS has resulted in four blank
spaces in the list of appointments, effective in September, to the
nine circuits in the Bahamas District of the Methodist Church in













2 Q1)r Qlribune


EIGHT BODIES RECOVERED -TOLL MAY BE TEN
ALAMED)A, Calif., Feb. 10 (AP)- An eyewitness says a navy jet which
plunged into an apartment complex here resembled a shooting star and

mechanical or human error was to blame for the crash on Wednesday night.
El ht txxties and pordoons ofa ninth o~hav pee neoeent uidngf
victims officials say may have been cremated by the intense fire which
destroy otune four-storey structure. They say some victims probably will

WaT e deathdtaolloprobabl 1itotal 10, including the pilot, said Wiland W.
Solme r sedents unaccountedputy corev ously have now reported they
escaped, he said.
JAPAN TOO MAY RECOGNIZE EAST GERMANY
to (9nI.IN rZP enariti nand iaale ctleded full dipkdm ~ic recognitit
'ihunne)Cd country a long step toward full world acceptance.
Japan announced that it would open negotiations with East Germany
the st nlsisth in M~t caw on rnteiIn The td" country es' Anabassad~or to
saiid qluick agreement is expected.
The Isritish-tEast G;erman accord took immediate effect without formal
fanfal~re. Th)e one with framnce was to, be concluded formally next
inlL twi aton lf n te Iw nsonted tat s of the Western Big Three still
to) :'cngnize the second German state to emerge from the ruins of Adolf
flitter's T'hird Reich in Wo~rld War II.
C:EASE-FIRE SOON FOR LAOS & CAMBODIA?
Vientiane, Laocs (AP)- Henry A. Kissinger, smiling and chewing gum
flew into Vientian on Friday with reported predictions that peace is on the
way for Lans9. Hlis assessment that a cease fire will come "soon" to Laos
atnd nerighblouring, Calmbodia was relayed to newsmen in Balngkok by the
nt jri edy r pot cruat IC tirug oi a o haand diplomatic circles in
Vienltiatne thlat the C:ommunist Pathet Lao rebels and the government of
Premie~r Souvanna Phouma are nearing agreement and may be ready to sign

Ilarcin whre he s she ule to trrieeS tnuda for fuar ays of tsal a
Nol~rth vietnavmese leaders on Washington's postwar Indochinar policy.
Pi NN CENTRAL ONE-DAY STRIKE ENDS
I' (LADELPH:IAfil thAP) The one-day Penn Central strike ended Friday,
; I;rt or YOdas rk enhe creh tredA r na lis utestthat rausedr i,0

As trains rolled normally once more, carrying 300,000 daily passengers
anrd freight, a final solution hopefully tied to the bankrupt railroad's
finanrcial survival now appears up to President Nixon and Congress.
Ithe 94Oday mloratorium, hastily approved late Thursday by the House
.Indt Senate, 17 hours after the strike again, isn't expected to shift the
pcs 0iti of the antagonists, hardened after 19 months of fruitless
The~ railroad is determined to trim 5,700 freight crew jobs, all by
;Ittrition, in the next six years, to save stoo minlion annually.
Tlhe United Transportaltion Union, AFLCJIO, insists the smaller freight
crews from the present three men on each train to two or even one are
unsafe and unworkable.
PRINCESS ANNE GUEST OF HAILE SELASSIE
L.OND)ON (AP)- Princess Anne, daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, left
L~ondon Friday for a 12-day tour of Ethiopia as the guest of Emperor Haile
selinssie.
The 80-year-ohld Ethiopian ruler invited Anne to his country when he
was a guest at Windsor Castle last June. The 22 year-old princess' extensive
tour of Ethiopia will include a three nights camping in the mountains to
study rare species of wild life! and travelling by mule through some of the

aFe Pr ancs is mh ldb i Lspnd tewo days in Sudan after her

FINANCIER CORNFELD CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED RAPE
LOND)ON (AP)- American financier Bernard Cornfeld, former president
of the investors Overseas Services Mutual Fund, was accused Friday of the
attempteddr5,als o ar Icha god th indecently assaulting the girl, Valli
Daivs, and df ce ng hecrt actual bodily hrm at his home in London's
He was remanded at Bow Street Court on 2,400dollar batI until Mtch
9. Cornfeld, wearing a black for coat over a black sult, rain from the court
~to avoid photographers*

to ennes-oa 4 ilo dm lasa bor ofi strs oeser Sevc oneo
the world's biggest mutual fund organizations. He left the organization in
Mis Davis, 19, was reported in court to be from Los Angeles. She we
not at the hearing.,
FEARED BALAIGUER MAY BE DODGING ISSUE
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP)- The government of
President Joaquin Balaguer has thrown a mantel of near-secrecy around a
small eadng he gu n o dond meny Drominicans suspect 'el Presd ir e
consecutive term of office.
Although Balaguer's administration has brought a boomlet to this
Caribbean nation many fear that Balaguer's continued dominance will
weaken the feeble democratic institutions that sprouted following the long
dictatorship of Rafael Leonardsas. Trujillo.
Thley see in the mysterious guerrilla landing a threat to normal general
elections, scheduled for May, 1973.
BRITAIN'S ABORTION ACT~ BEING MISUSED
LONDON (AP)- Teenage girls as young as 13 are having repeated
abhortions at the expense of Britain's state-finance health service, according
to a report published Friday.
The Garllup poll asked nurses to comment on how Britain's Abortion Act
is working. The Act provides for legal abortions for women who would
suffer mental or physical anguish If they had their child.
One midwife wrote on her qluestionnaire: 1 feel that the Abortion Act is
being misused and misinterpreted. "I am especially worked about teenagers
of 13 to 16 years old, who sometimes have repeated abortions. I think they
will be harmed physically, morally and psychologically."
A student nurse from London, one of 682 questioned, said it was
distressing to see girls of 15 coming in for their second or third abortion.
"'Things seem to be made too easy for them." she said.


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Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive


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Ssaturday, February 10, 1973.


SCbedl8811 t0 118 Sent house Mola
By Georponday

SAIG;ON (AP) -- North Vietnam and the Viet Cong hIadd to the United States Saturday the
names of approximately 142 American prioner of war who wil be released in North and South
Vietnam Monday. U.S. officials said nine civilian are among them. silmsi.O h 6
Word was flashed back from made by the Department of Sfl 88g. O h 6
adquaAmerica~agn military De ense." thuan oh e~ntifiedh nP al, 9thri tr
Son Nhut air base to the U.S. Vietnamese prisoners also will south and seven in Laos. In
Defense Department in be exchanged on Monday, the addition, the Communists
Washington which began International Commission for listed 27 American civilians as
sending out the happy news to Control and Supervision of the captured ateSouth Ve tn

Saesaiiesaros itv wittd peaTheeapemen Statas letated officials.
anguish so long. "Operation Homecoming" The American prisoners
In Hanoi, another historic immediately a after the scheduled for release Monday
event was under way. U.S. Communist side informed Sunday night U.S. time ;
presidential adviser Henry A. American officials of the plans number about one-fourth the
Kissinger opened four days of to release the U.S. prisoners. total, which is what Kissinger
talks with North Vietnamese LIST OF 562 expected on the 1Sth1 day
leaders on post-war relations, North Vietnam has turned following the signing of the
U.S. reconstruction aid, and over to the United States a list cease-fire agreement in Paris
a lasting peace for all of of 562 U.S. servicemen held Jan. 27. According to
Indochina. captive and 55 who died in Kissinger's timetable, there will
Kissinger was met at Hanoi's prison camps, leaving 1,328 be three additional releases
Gia Lam airport by Le Due
Tho, the North Vietnamese FRIENDLY INFORMAL
negotiator with whom he FFDM NA
reached the Vietnam peaceFUD MNA
agreement. He became the first
ranking U.S. official to set foot
si Hanoi, on what heterm ds TEST ~AMI ENT
reconciliation. C U C
U.S. officials said the C U ~
prisoneof I ou containmedrn J E N. COPR "T'HE ACTION CHURCH"

od 1w lsedrenr n PO. ox N4s DOLPHIN DRIVE HIGHLAND PAR
in the North Vietnamese 218 rs4~ w lcsotoYWCA


SUPPORT UK .

PEACE EFFORTS

BELFAyST Ed B Mr Ireland
pA icalLeadersiof foi umdin
Protestants and Roman
Catholics, closed ranks for the
first time Friday and threw
tsersupport be idm nts
violence in Northern Ireland.
The move came after British
troops and police swooped at
dawn to round up seven
Protestant ex tre msts,
including at least one diehard
chieftain, mn the first major
crackdown on hardliners of the
majority community.
Sporadic violence crackled
across the province as
Protestant militants held secret
parleys to plan retaliation.
Some trouble flared in the
Protestant stronghold of East
Belfast. Angry groups prowled
the streets, but informants
reported no ma jor

iofrntatio h wads eB act'd

administrator for Northem
Ireland, flew from London to
Belfast to meet the leaders of

to t eu aisi strr b vi lnc
that engulfed the capital
Wednesday.
A joint statement issued
after the meeting with
Whitelaw BI d ed sulsuppor

sto the bloodshed that has
taken 718 lives since the
summer of 1969.
"We urge that whatever
measures are necessary to bring
this about should be
implemented forthwith and
impartially, without any regard
for political considerations
inside or outside the United
Kingdom," the statement said.


Norhr Irelnd's aik wt
Britain, are the Protestant-
b a sed Unionists, the
Non-Sectarian Alliance, the
Labour Party and the
Democratic Unionists.Ctois

belong to the Labour and
; Alliance parties, Northem


Dmcaic maid Lour a t
did not take part in the
meeting with Whitelaw.
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By Anthon Codiags r
BONN, GERMANY (AP) -onk assandt on the U.S. dollar
brought the leadership of the United States, France and West
Germany into consultation today as the central bank here Friday
bought up SI.8 billion to fight traders betting on devaluation of
th dolgv rn en s oemn poblem
announced that Chancellor There appeared to be
Willy Brandt was in direct recognition that the massive
contact with President Nixon, run on the dollar in overseas
Prime Minister Edward Heath money markets could not be
of Britain and President allowed to continue for much
Georges Pompidou of France, longer.
and the West German finance: But the Treasury, as has
minister hurried to a meeting become traditional when a
on the dollar crisis in Parts. monetary crisis erupts, kept a
The spokesman said Brand,( tight lip.
was "in permanent contact" "Anything we say would
with the three western leaders only .:be misinterpreted," said
as the crisis deepened. a spokesman. "It would only
French, British and West fuel the speculation."
German finance ministers met There was no immediate
in Paris for three hours Friday indication that the Nixon
night in attempts to find a administration would call for
"European solution" to the aohrrudo eoitos

Te~y mde no satements on recso n n
Valery G~iscard D'sa stations, as it did in December,
hosted the working dinner for ,at heStsoin
British Chancellor of the lattun was et at menedtinh

a eurmran Af nac m inir values fsseveral major frei n
Helmu Schidt, fterrelation to the dollar.
Germany asked for the talks. LAST RESORT
Barber commented on
Although Nixon's economic
leaving the meeting that he advisers mentioned the
w Ild be turning to London possibility of an import
Schidayngt wudol a surcharge a few days ago, that
Schmdt wuldonlysay step was regarded as primarily
jokingly that the dinner was a bargaining chip that would be
veryplesantbecuse rs.used only if current monetary
Giscard D'Estaing was present. negotiations on reforming the
NEWS BACKOUT whole system should fall apart.
A blackout was imposed on The Treasury was watching
the meeting and there was no developments nervously. The
indication from any source of West German central bank in
what had been discussed or t ps e a h but
whatthenextmov maybe, close to SS billion to defend
Schmidt did not disclose hisnoolyiswncrnyte
I~no onl bssnche d e ra markt to
Giscard ~ ~ mrk D'sangsaarmn the inpottherntonlly
inthe finance mi nsty ha

wing of the Louvre Palace The rate of support for the
opposite the Museum set d llar in foreign e ra bnks

ruTh sspeclo Pi clded the of the government, has been
possibility tithit. frtitga; ,the highest in -recent yesar
exchange markets might be Because a crisis erupted at a
time when anew monetary

lone a o rka to ar systemnl li bern ne nktd
further talks might include year after the Smithsonials
both the United States and pagemst eit wes regardr d a
Japan. There was no pehipstr th otsros

spcp friatin hweverofth The Federal Reserve Board,
FURIOUS WORK the U.S. equivalent to the
central bank, has tried to
departeent .red~rue us defend the dollar by using
Friday to try to find a way out foreign currency it has
of te dlla crsisthrateing obtained through borrowing to
tof thedolrcrii threatenin exchange for dollars in the
to, wreck theang 1971e
international agreement on the NwYokecnemrkt
valus o majr wrld But the Federal Reserve does
not have the access to the
currencies.
If the treasury was working msieaonso oeg
on apla ofactin t be currency needed to soak up all
offered before foreign thecssdlrs
The problem is simply that
exchange markets next week, teeaetomn olr
there was no official
confirmation of it. But its overseas, primarily because of
monetary experts devoted long deficits in the nation's
increased attention to the blneo amns




SLEET HIT SOUTHERNI STATES


cptal.
It also listed 18 American
servicemen and nine civilians to
be freed the same day in the
Quan Loi rubber plantation
near An Loc, 60 miles north of
Saigon and 10 miles from the
Cambodian border.
WAR RAGES
Associated Press
correspondent Richard Pyle
reported from An Loc that
de pte the scheduled sp prisoner
release, war was still exploding
in the rubber plantation
country. He said two
h liopter pdmrin t o
Iterna ional C mmiissiont on

apparently to inspect the
prisoner release sit rte ..

delegation to the four-party
joint military commission
would give no substantive
details about the list that wad
p snde eive to ereAdmeria
brief prepared statement which

saihe list of the American
prisoners to be released in
South Vietnam and in Hanoi
Feb. 12 has been received by
the U.S. delegation. The last
was immediately dispatched to
the department of defense.
Any further comment
concerning the list will be


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By The Associated Pmre
SNOW, FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET blew out of Texra and across
the deep south Friday, spreading misery into usualy balmy ares, and
depositing enough snow in Florida to make snowballs.
At least four traffic deaths were standstlll in many areas. Up to four
attributed to the storm. Inches of snow fell in southwest
As the snow continued to fall, Texas. The band of snow extended
Bosto RoUge, La., residents all the way south to the upper
becmeconinedit wasn't a Texascoast.
passi nfu~rrY. O~ffices store and San Antonio, normarlly sunny
scolswre closed and everybody and warm, reported about two
tried to get home at the same time. Inches of sow.
Stranded in the snow at the The University of Texas at
bottom of a hil, one motorist Austin and all public schools in the
shouted, "ain't this the bunk." capital were closed as streets
Weathermes said it was the firt became coated with ice and snow.
time Baton Rogue h as vr seen Schools were closed in Alabama.
snow twice in the same winter.
Some telephone service in the New
Orlean are was laterrupted by the
storm.
It was the second snow of the
season for Florida, too, where
enough of the white stuff fell for
snowealls in the panhandle area.
There were even reports of Florida
snowmen.
Cell wrd, owe, ric adde
"the kid have been able to make
slush balls, and they've had I la tim.s uNA
throwing e tec te.
While tempetratue hovered white
around the freezing mark 1 8t
throughout northern Florida, it was
a balmy 78 at Miami, some 600 Y RNDO1
miles to the south. R
The storm blanketed much of
middle Georgia with snow, causinS 08Fentt
mammoth traffic jams in Columbus
o McnMayor J. R. Allen of Columbus hogsC lo3S'
called it quits about noon, and \ DSCPF
closed city offices. Many businesses cP
also losed as mfotorists. ..gst1D
unaccustomed to such weather, onfo' Ir
tried to heat the snowstorm home.
Some streets became is assale.
Driving was anarrdous r
throughout a wide area of middle* *O T
Georgl and schools wer clod in Hcco
some communities. fe
Accumulations of more than
four IAnhe wer reported. Ileg g@
Rain fell igh other area, and.

the south, incluidin gportions of the

Missisipp ad Alabama.
In* Atlant, about too miles
north of Columbus, Ga., wheean :
Ace stone caused milions of dollar

as the tenmerture dropped Into'
the 20s. .
In Texas, travel came to a


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NvUL~rus ADDICTUS JURARE IN VEGRBA MAGERM1U
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No blasrter
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1 903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
ContributheyEditor 1972'
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.'
PubILiher/Editot l972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Saturday, February 10, 1973.


EDFITRIAL

Another Bahamian actress



By ETIENNE DUPUCH
Some superior blood must have been brought to the Bahamnas
by the slaves from Africa.
I remember with pleasure some of the people I knew in the
Early years of my life.
SAs I have told you, I introduced newspaper reading south of
Sthe hill when, as a child of five, I pinched some papers out of my
I father's office and started a route in East Street South. After that
-j I was hooked to the newspaper for the rest of my life.
f My route developed into a social round. I used to leave on my
delivery early in the afternoon and sometimes it would be ten
o'clock at night before I got home. We then lived in a cottage on
Sthe present site of The Tribune. The 'Iibune now covers six lots.
SOur house stood on one of these lots.
My father and mother used to whip me for coming home so
late. But I would not allow anything to interfere with my social
calls. It was extraordinary the way old people used to sit down
Sand talk with me.
-Late one night my father and mother came looking for me.
They found me in Market Street holding forth with two brothers
who had a small tailor shop near where St. Agnes Schoolroom
.now stands. They were two small and neat men. I think their
name was Wallace.
My father brought me home on the end of a long strap which
he knew how to wield effectively.
Back in those days Government House grounds extended to
the road north of St. Agnes Church. In later years a Govemnor ...
I think it was Haddon-Smith .... pulled down the wall and gave
the area known as the Southern Recreation Grounds to the
public.
There were no street lights. The place was as dark as pitch,
especially crossing the Arch.
"This place is dark," I heard my father say to my mother, "it's
wonder this boy is not afraid."
I wasn't afraid because I didn't believe in ghosts and I knew
that our own gentle Bahamian people would not hurt me. I felt
that everybody over-the-hill in those days were my friends.
*9**9******
I will follow the course of my route for the benefit of old timers
%who will remember the names I mention
SIt started at the Barracks in East Street where I knew all the
policemen. One day one of the men put me across his knees and
gave me a good paddling. He was a Barbadian. We became good
friends after that. Until the new Post Office was built I used to
meet this man in the Post Office in the Public Square sometimes
and we would laugh over old times. His name has slipped me.
Another of my police friends was also a Barbadian. His name
was Francis.
As I grew up I used to like to play games with policemen.
There was nothing to do in the evenings and so when I got my
first bicycle I used to ride all over the island without a light
ducking policemen. My best trick was to ride right up to a
policeman and then dash away when he thought he had me.
One night I tried this on a policeman on Bay Street near
Deveaux Street. He made a flying tackle .... and he and the
bicycle andhegt l rtin eda sup onithe road tgethert.yotrfn'"

That sealed a friendship that lasted until his death a few years
ago. After he left the Force he became a cab driver. Every Sunday
he took my family for a long drive. He kept his horses in good
Condition. My wife used to send all over the island to find Francis
when she wanted a cab because she wouldn't drive with anyone
else.
He used to drive us to church at St. Francis every Sunday
morning. I remember, on one occasion he was applying the whip
to his horse at the rising in the ground near Government House.
S"Stop whipping the horse," my daughter Eileen, then a tiny
tot, or ered,ds rin ing to her feet.
"Stop whipping the horse, I say," she repeated with greater
emphasis. "If you don't stop I won't drive with you again."
He knew she meant what she said .... and stopped.
On top of the hill beyond the Barracks was C. I. Gibson, an
outstanding teacher in a family famed for producing first class
eadm te foot of the hill were the Attenboroughs. They had a
shop. Early in the migration to Miami they left the island. He was
a very tall man.
Further down were the Dillets of the family of famous
~builders. They had two beautiful young women. Their skin was
:lke polished ebony and their eyes sparkled like diamonds. They


were rello phm ee ghe MncCulloughs .... a brother and two
maiden sisters .... after whomn McCullough Corner was named.
They had one of the best two-storey houses on the street and a
grocery shop. In recent years this house seems to be a hangout for

Th re ws a third McCullough sister. She married a Mr. Deward
who was senior warden at the prison. They were fine people and
childless. She conducted a bakery at their house. These premises
were spotlessly clean. People came from the city to buy Mrs.

Jus be dd the Dewards were the Colebrookes. He was closely
a~~s ocatd wth Cpt. Stephen Dillet in the Rechabites Lodge,

':At the end of the line was the Davis family. I have written
about this family before. He was the giant of a man who earned a
decoration for bravery on a British warship in the Boer War.
-;At that point I turned west on Ross Corner, named for Mr.
Ross who lived on this street. He had a three-piece string
orchestra. They were strolling minstrels. They would play aill
flight for a dance. Price: three to five shillings!
in those days you could have a fine party with music for ten
shillings. The girls didn't drink or smoke and so liquor was
planned. All that was needed for a party were some sandwiches

d tleonade An d Mr. Rods' yrht dlaw fo the first time bottles
hng in fruit trees to keep thieves out. The bottles were filled


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with coloured water which was supposed to be obeah.
On the same street was the Wilson family.
At the end of this street I turned north on Market Street. It
was on this street that my father and mother found me with the
Wallace brothers.
I don't remember many names on Market Street because, by
the time I got there, it was usually getting dark.
One of the fine men on this Street was a Mr. Adderley. He was
the father of Mrs. Louis (Mabel) Isaacs and an uncle of the Hon.
A. F. Adderley. She is an aunt by marriage of Senator Kendal
Issacs. Mr. Adderley kept a grocery shop
Near him was a spectacular man. His name was Jerry Rahming.
He headed several friendly societies and usually rode .... all
decked out in gay regalia .... at the head of the procession on a
white horse.
Yes there were the Butlers. A member of this family was the
nurse for Sir Roland and Lady Symonette's two sons. Another
sister is Mrs. Percy Hanna. They were outstanding people.
And the Russels who had a family of beautiful .... and fine ...
girls. One of them .... a great favourite of mine ... is the wife of
the Rev. Enoch Backford.
And the Destoups. He was the bandmaster of the Police Band.
An outstanding man.
There was Sam McPherson, who became a member of the
House and sat next to me in Parliament. His daughter, Eva
McPherson Williams, is a great friend of mine.
The Cambridges .... father of Bert Cambridge.
444,4,4,4,
I suppose I could go on endlessly naming the outstanding black
men I knew and admired in my youth.
I have written a great deal from time to time about my dear
friend Sam Cooper, a descendant of Emperor Christophe of Haiti,
Captain Stephen Dillet, Josiah Rahming, Fred Dillet, Harry
Glinton, the Tinkers, the Woods family who were free and
prominent citizens before Emancipation, Capt. Black at Pirates
Well, Mayaguana who was one of the finest and handsomest men
.... black or white .... I have ever known.
Many of these names have died out.
It is difficult to cover all the ground. I am sure I have left out
many people but it is impossible to remember everyone at this
great distance of time.


abAuwaic.. tert p oe oflwriting this story is to tell you
It is about the Rolle family. When you say Rolle .... they are as
numerous as the sands on the seashore. Just about all of Exumna is
Rolle and they try to stick with the name because they have
inherited a rich legacy from Lord Rolle, who gave all his lands at
Exuma in perpe tuity to his freed slaves after Emancipation.
And so they are a great mixture. As a result there are Rolles and
Rolles.
The name of Isiah Robinson Rolle was legend at Exuma. He
had the reputation of being the outstanding man at the island.
He was an old man when I met him. I had heard so much about
him that during a visit to the island a few years ago my wife and I
drove to Rolle Town to meet him.
Exuma is one of the most beautiful islands in the Bahamas. It
has a harbour that could accommodate the entire Royal Navy.
Rolle Town is built on top of a hill, overlooking one of the
most beautiful sweeps of ocean in the island. Appropriately, Islah
Rolle's house was located at the peak of the hill.
He was tall .... slightly stooped by age .... handsome,
intelligent, charming.
I was so impressed by this man that on my next visit to the
island I went to Rolle Town to see him again. But he was ill and
confined to bed. He couldn't have visitors. He died a short time


Recently I wrote an appreciation of the T.V. programme
Maud , a hilariously funny story of American family life.
I made special mention of a black woman who plays the role of
maid to Maud's family.
She is tall, dignified, well-spoken, buxom, handsome and
sparklingly witty
I wasn t surprised when I later heard that she was a niece of
Isiah Rolle.
A relative of the family informed my daughter that her name
wa aEsaherR 11ofle I llin th U.S. she la th edd gher Ita 1h b
Dames of Forbes Hill. This union produced 19 children.
Jonathan Rolle and his wife migrated to Florida in 1916 at the
height of the great migration of Bahamians to Florida. He worked

oEste oec wo is aat d as one of the finest TV actresses in
the U.S., visited the Bahamas when she was a teenager, some time
in the 1950 s.

Burrw of si wd Starseet 1sit off Mohu t coyalAve ue.lh
+****** *
CORRECTION: In this column yesterday I said that a Negro had
been made a Chief Justice of the U.S. This should have read "a
Justice of the Supreme Court of the U.S."
enr++.+.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Be not afraid of greatness: some men are born great, some
achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrustS ARE he .


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Saturday, February 10, 1973-


pr tie s me t li .b estpe all
in the ranks of the country's
le adrhp easc got to be
detrimental to t he
nation-building effort, which
we should all now be about.
Moreover, to paraphrase the
theme of Mr. Eugene Dupuch's
recent letter to the press,
irrespective of political beliefs.
this land is the property
neither of PLPs nor FNMs.
This Bahamaland belongs to all
sons and daughters of the soil;
all have got a right to be here
to participate equally in her
history as it unfolds.
EL SCORPIO


EDITOR, ThenTribune,apud

Jeanne Thompson's recent
-Md paeen prcie
government patronage as being
based on mediocrity rather
than meritocrity.
For all practical political
purposes, however, the past is
irrelevant and one need
concern oneself only with the
present and the new breed of
"black bourgeoisie," to quote
P. Anthony White, that the
system has given birth to, the
majority of whom owe their
present positions of prestige
and affluence primarily, if not
solely, to their political and
personal affiliations with the
party in power.
The rationale for it all seems
to be that because it was done
in the past, this is reason
enough for it to be done now.
Apart from the fact that the
validity of such a premise is
debatable, the question of
attitude is particularly
pertinent and imperative now
with the imminent dawn of
independence.
Granted, the issue having
been resolved by the people in
the general elections of
September 19, 1972,
independence should not now
be seen in the partisan political
perspective of the pre-election


period. Independence, indeed,
has now become a national
objective deserving and
demanding the full and
undivided support of all
patriotic Bahamiian adherents
to the democratic process.
While one makes such a
concession without reluctance
or reservation, one must also
agree with the Leader of the
Opposition that for a party
that was supposedly so
successful in the last general
elections, the PLP has thus far
demonstrated little, if any, of
the magnanimity one expects
of great victors.
Although none of this will
ever be admitted by the
authorities, justification for
such an observation can be
found in the high incidence of
ruthless victimisation of
persons known or suspected to
be of, or sympathetic to, a
different political persuasion.
Unfortunately, one must, of
necessity. illustrate the point in
generalities rather than
specifics.
For instance, in the Public
Service, individuals have been,
and are being, demoted,
transferred or dismissed, and
the employment or promotion


of others has been, and is
being, influenced primarily, if
not solely, by political
considerations.
in the private sector,
businessmen and others are
being increasingly pressured to
toe the party line, and this,
more often than not, adversely
affects the country's economy
and image abroad; additionally,
many government contracts are
arbitrarily awarded to
government sympathisers,
some of whom find it difficult
to perform the work for which
they were contracted.
On certain of the Family
Islands which, incidentally,
are now as much "out" as ever
they were --the situation can
best be summed up in the
post-election declaration of a
prominent government
minister, who was narrowly
re-elected, that he would make
sure the opposition party
would not get a single vote in
his constituency next election.
All of this, of course, is
designed and calculated to
serve the selfish end of
ensuring the political security
of the powers-that be. Trhe
point to be made here,

WHAT A

COUN TR YI
EDITOR, The Tribune.
I have been for sometime
trying to make up mny mind as
to whether or not it's
worthwhile writing letters of
any kind to the P'ress, for or
against happenings of any kind
in the Ba amais tdoy.dtre

haven't got the type of leaders
necessary to make any changes
in our community whether for
good or anything else? My
conclusions after many months
of close study is this. That

wihbut unew ece tions u
with ninety-eight per cent of
the masses looking out daily
for a job, or hand-out of some
kind from Government, and on
the other hand the few men
and women who would
perhaps step out and try to do
something worthwhile are all
Page 4, Col. 6


BEGINNINGS; FEBRUARY 1st. 1973.
toll billing and collection becomes the
Company. On February 15th, 1973, all
long distance telephone calls.


responsibility of the G;rand Bahamia b~lep~ho ne
Freeport/Luicayur tele~phones will be able to p~lac~e


YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE
for all long distance telephone, telegramn anid telex calls made from and chairged1 to yout~
telephone. This will apply to paid calls and to those received collect. For y'our pr~tecctioni.
we recommend that you do not allow other people to miake calls from or charge calls to
your telephone.


FOR ALL TOLL CALLS FROM AND TO YOUR TELEIPH)NEI.
We suggest that you protect yourself by terminiatinig your service at thle o~ld loc~ationr wheni
you mo~ve and let the new tenant apply for service in his o~wni cinam. Thlc IScustomer whot
applies for the service is responsible for all toll cha~rges.



BATELCO TOLL BILLS UNPAID AND
past due on March 16th, 1973 will be turned over to Grand Bahlama Te~lephn opn
for collection. Failure to make payment will subject the telephone customer to terminattion
of service.



TELEGRAM AND TELEX MESSAGES
Will also be billed as part of your monthly telephone account. You mnay place telegrams
over the telephone by calling the Batelco Office listed in your telephone directory.



CALL US AT 352-9352
if you have any special problems or questions.









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Post Office Box F-2478, Freeport,
Grand Bohamo island, Bahomas


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The School established under the auspices of the Methodist Church is comprised of
approximately 550 students with a staff of 25 Teachers. It provides tuition at the Primary
Stage for both Infant and Junior Departments and in addition Junior High School
Education up to the age of 14 years.

Applications are invited from Teachers with suitable qualifications and experience to fill
the following appointments which become vacant on the _1st, Sep#Iniper 1973.
Appointments will be for a contract period of three years in the first instance.


Infant Department: Two teachers for reception or middle infants.

Junior Department: Two teachers for lower juniors
Three teachers for upper juniors.
Experience in Athletics and/or Music will be an added recommendation.

Junior High Department: One female teacher for general subjects with some French

One teacher with experience in remedial work

One teacher for Art able to offer Alternative subjects

One Music Specialist able to organise the subject
throughout the school.



Letters of Application giving full details of Person, Professional Qualification and
Experience accompanied by two recent testimonials and the names and addresses of two
persons to whom reference can be made, should be addressed to the Rev. Eric Clarke,
Superintendent, Methodist Church Grand Bahama Circuit, P. O. Box F21, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas so as to arrive not later than the 3rd March 1973.


IIlli5 LOU i ~ll IlSs II
to participate in the Industrial Development of the
Commonwealth by establishing enterprises for the
manufacture, processing and/or assembling of a diversity of
products or for the expansion of their existing businesses.


nodetrisnaetc 'ktialil
offers very attractive incentives including:
DUTY-FREE IMPORTATION OF
FACTORY BUILDINGS, MACHINERY,
EQUIPMENT AND ALL RAW MATERIALS

Modern and attractive factory buildings can be obtained at
low RENTALS at the

IYler had1 thelI Estale
These buildings are designed with maximum flexibility and
gl ber uos do td to meet your specific requirements on


The Minisryv of Development staff ear prepared to offer you
advice and easIstance on:
PROJECT SELECTION FINANCIAL NEGOTIATIONS
MARKET SURVEYS AND OTHER RELEVANT
STATI STICS-PREPARATION OF FEASIBILI7 STUDIES
-PREPARATION OF APPLICATION FOR
REGISTRATION UNDER THE INDUSTRIES
ENCOURAGEMENT ACT AND GUIDANCE ON THE
EXPANSION OF YOUR EXISTING FACILITIES


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more or less looking when not
for for public honobis h d

ho ranthose inalautahort y
Government. Therefore as I
now see it, Sir, the situation is
iusl p alulsbeA ale o yhang
present conditions in the
Bahamas. Fot every single man
or woman one now comes
across has the same thing to
b I cnnotq f od t ame mae
a scapeg at ands yu know jut
those in authority are t day.
End quote.
So we'll all just have to
su ffer until God
Himself changes conditions
in our Bahamas. Yes friends,
here's the true position of
things at present. My God what
a country, what a people, and
what a condition.
A SUI I RER


THE NATIONAL Women's
Houst 8 A- ni tas established
Providence, G~rand Bahama,
and Bimini, a press release
from Dr. Doris Johnson said.
Members of the councils are
now receiving applications for
membership in the Housin8
A-Sue and registration for the
Ma m e me)pportu bi es
Course.
2The A-sSuae, whch runs fo
offers a guaranty to persons of
low and middle income that a
home will be constructed


within one calendar year o
re and of the total amount
The National Women's
A-Sue Ltd. is a non-profit
organization whose objective is
to assist Government and the
community in providing
adequate housing for a very
large segment of people who
are unable to secure housing
ooans ormortgages. Is utren h
hodmee anth family life,e a d
illegitimacy In the country.
The housing project is the
outcome of five years of study
by the National Women's
Movement on women's
participation in community
development.
Last week Dr. Jerome
Lindsay, Dean of the School of
Architecture and City Planning


of .Howard University visited
vrthous Governm nt Wo fc
Movement to determine the
extent of Government support
and technical assistance
available for developing the
project .
The Housing A-Sue is an
aided self-help programme
de eopedrbyo teL JNational
Dr. Johnson, who present a
the scheme at a seminar of the
Women held in G~uyana last
November, said in the press
release that she has been asked
to develop the project in other
parts of the world. The success
of the Housing A-Sue in the
Bahamas will determine
whether Dr. Johnson will be
prepared to take the idea
abroad, the release said.


111 war amm V.oo se ages, a
DEAR ABBY: That Aldenis whak ll that with g~proe

ow laat d mm teeth, and as amount at detal
can or trom on Maredur them. I a ao h d
sufferd for year trylagq t ro saemla, but I los tlan aB
rt 585 **
Now, at age WI am delighted with myS talates. It MB
eat cran on the cob, earamel apple>-ea~rthn g yo can eat*
and I woulda't have my own teeth back for a mllin a
dolus.
Oh, raother bAge beneflt: I can tr8 my teeth sad
enetata my grandehildrn by decngl a wflM lmamenc, tie*
Ing my denturesW as eastants 711 bt YOU CanL't do that.
Abbyl GRANNY PuanNY W L. A.
DEAR GRANNY: Yes're right, I east Bat I eas do a
weeasass wasf mytL Y isints

DFAR ABBY: Mdy drauhter in law recently had her
first baby. Rt wa a s-lb. "prematue" child, arrivingg
six maorths atr tim weddlog-but that's anothr story.
Anyway, she has asked me for a IWt t my friends ad
relatives to wh~o~m she should send birth announcement.
Abby, I ma~ty don't feol Weo giving her a Mst hauorh
did not acknowledge many of her wedding gifts from my
friends rad relatve, sad I ke~pt getting cals [and letters]
esking me it she had recalved a gift. (And this was four
and fiv maoth atrm the weldlang.]
I reallae that she may not have bee feeling wen, but
rsh's a P-yearold ooiege giraduate wRho did not have to go
aorfbugrss and abe hasdr ult maid since

So, I ask yu, what mokid YOU do?

DEAR MOTHIER: I'd tel her I don't feel lik givises
her a Met. And I'd t8 her wrhy.

DEAR AB~BY: I, along with my Asbaond, was a guest
at a bachelor's apartment. I had to use the bathro m, o I
excused mysel an10~" " d whe I found it I was amazed to
discver her wasno oor!Wha would you have done in a
ase 11&* thatt B. L. M1.
DEAR B. LM.: Whatever! And as quickly as



Perr a prseas septy, waloe toARB~s Bes M. (mW t A, 1r
cart. sEse amasses sampes senseresses sweles


an erl Abby's k be le, Ilo to ave a1 lawAtWehi"


EAT! $6.00 plus gratudties


r ehto Iavish Native and International dishes.
Complimentary Sangria. Children under 12,
hal price.
CECIL DORSE TT'S
,
Exciting Steel Band
Plus
TrBV910gUO of ARGENTINA

Courtesy of Pan Am
Showing at $2 noon (no extra charge)


ALL YOU CAN
21
Boiled Fish, Jo


SUN
SUN: Rises
6:01 p.m.
MOON


6:48 a.m. Sets


MOON: Rises I1:21 a.m.
Sets 12:21 a.m. First Quarter
at 9:05 a.m.

TIDESS: High 12:35 a.m. and
12:51 p.m. Low 6:52 a.m. and
6:53 p.m.


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Saturday, Febnruary, 10 973.


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All items left for repals befoM January jtik
19":: and not claimed by Febnrury 28th,
:* 3 will be sold to cover cost of repairs.


8 Lufthansa
We invite applications for the position of
CRIiERING REPRESENTATIVE
Experienced in Food .Preprartion and with
Administrative Qualifications. Background in
Airline Catering is desirable but not a prerequisite.
WiII supervise food production for our flights
dpeprting Nassau.
Please r ply with resumne to: Station Manager,
LUFTHA S~A P. O. Box N-1509, NassuU, 8ahamas.












ARE YOU BORED with your present job?

AR E YOU K EEN on meeting people?

AR E YOU INTER ESTE D in increasing
your income?
ARE YOU a consistent hard worker?
ARE YOU EXPERIENCED in selling?

THEN WE ARE INTERESTED IN IN-
TE RVIE WI NG YOU for a position in our
sales department offering

SALARY PLUS COMMISSION

You must have your own transportation.
Make an appointment now with

Mrs. Carlr Telephione: 2-3855


of th Loew'sI Hotel.
From left is Mr. Taylor,
president of Kamngsoo
Entesprises booking agncr;
Ray Manalage, organkit with
"Tfhe Blegrinnn of the End";
Roy Mlunnings, giuitrit
stradala; Godfnre Plader,
conglo drums and right, Peter
Ootten, food and beverae l

Hotel manager John Galloway.






THREE MEMBERS of the
British Fidelity Assurance
Company's Freeport staff
were recently promoted.
They were (abown left) from
left, Haywd Dorsett, from
Uslsllt antaaser to wNsnage
tralalagl; Mrs. Cleols Wright;
from asent to assitnt
manager; anc Mrs. Deloere
Gasim t mmegr. Pierd edtao
right is district manager
Oswald E. Finder
Mr. Dorstt joined the
Nases staff in March, 1968,
sad in FebruarY, 1970 was
promoted to agltst m
manapr andmoved to
Freeport. Mrs. Wright joltred
the firm in September 1970.
Mrs. Greene joined due staff
In Ototer, 19 0.


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your reusehin but unwanteed

items of

clothing, toos,

appliances, clockst,

fans, etc. .. clear out

your c osets, garage, storeroom .. I o

all Can be of help

to someone else.

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are available at the Nassau
General Post Office, the
Postmaster has ann arced

$14 for small boxes and $28

goo taie b Ttsh es muir
counter.


ANGELA L. BU RNSIDE


s hs.x 2% (


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75 fat long, cotton covered, rubbr line. Colpted with quick
disconntect coolpting. erlfect for rkines, sills, cenIps, privet
fire deportensts, etc
W5 Aim SIKNG Blrtt 08cur oDISTRIUTOrS
obletobeysrorostntiafquesatihesof thes itest
he mete al irtrtis fr he price is right
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TRB MUBICAL grasp "The
Bet~iiralago the Sad" 01U be
opealg for a month's
begagema~t at The Trade
Oiirl*Mage of the ILoewr's
Pagggy ggjam Hotel on

~he grasp, whos "FPunky
hlr as ben cooked lato The


agents Kagtuoo EnterprisesP,
hoseed bjy "~FireB" Futdhe
Taylor.
.Ther lat closd a
en~gagment att th Sltqgr Mg l
Psb of the Se~nesta Buch
Hotel '


shows some members
gr~oPPaup signintr


Photo
of. the


ARTIt Villl8

33AV3 IS ECIPIENT

MISS ANGELA Lavon
Burnside, 18, of Fifth Terrace
Centreville left Nassau Friday,
February 2, for Florida where
oh wl tok a for- ear de r


A former student and
teacher at the Prince William
HihSch of Ifrom which sh

rec:int:fan Arthur Vining
She taught in the first form
at Prince William High School
da one year afte h"
Angela is the daughter of
rs Hester Britton of
Centrevile.
DONATIONS TO
HOME FOR AGED
THE following donations
have been made to the Pensis
Rodgers Home for the Aged:
Salem Union Baptist
Church, $50; Dazzle Social
Club of New York (USS500),

Calvary Bible Church, $100;
Grants Town Seventh Day
Adventist Church, $100; St.
John's Native Baptist Church,
525; St. George's Church, $40;
Anonymous, $34; Mrs. Thomas
F. Wi**-son 33
This totals 51356.50.



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front litatneSB r
entittiscortttort
If ao often feel tired and
isn yourself getting irritable,
It kolfibe eaus b intdi'

ra e re ied witho Don '
pil.Dodd's contain an effee
tive diuretic to increase the
flow of urine and icmot
speed he re-
rfisto helipmyo
feel better.
Dodd's Pills
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BASIL IAjdftA, right, waS
recently pireeted with a
trophy as "Toasmaster of the
Year." Making the presentation
wras Btrdley Roberts, the
previous trophy holder. The

installation banquet at the
Sonesta Beach Motel.




THE FIRST anniversary of
the dedication-consecration of
Mary star of the sea Catholic
Church, Freeport- will bi
obsered on Sunday, Februar
colmmemo stive plamu wio rbe
blessed at the 6:30 evening
mass. This plaque will be
nepace lte byna permanent
His Lordship, the Most Rev.
Paul Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B.,
D.D.: LL.D., Bishop of Nassau
consecrated the church in the
presence of a distinguished
gathering of prelates from the
United States and the West
Indies.


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When you're looking for a TV set, let the picture on the
screen decide for you. It should be sharp so that you
can Clearly see the smallest details. And it should be
steady so that it's restful to your eyes. The kind of
picture you get on a Philips TV set.
But Philips offer you more than just that. For all Philips
TV's are well-designed sets with beautiful cabinets. But
thist's not all. Remember, too, that every dejpend~able
Philips set is backed by a fast-working servic~iettetwork
And that comple~tes the picture ~on Philips TV.,


PHONE ~28844-5


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AHl sizes &L lengths
)L Also PANTS for the
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Tel: 2*8908 d~


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For a night out we have the &
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all sizes in Panty Hose.

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Phone 2-3139 or ;;*
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Rosetta Street at
Mt. Royal Ave.
Ph. 2-8158.


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afMI RIRy W10f9 gft itSRS.


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Boyle Building


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Men's Bush Jrkets & Shirts
Coconut ahl Errings A


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CABLE BEACH PHONE 7-7835
EAST STR~ET
PHONE 2-8094
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FROM

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From our Linge~ri Dept.
shorty Palamas Bikini Panties --
sowns ssidpers - Peignoir setst
A Mfnstin8 of Manly Moods and
Wih Vcntina -ac ndinRl same.
a asy stret ,
~LPhone 21888 Ag


THlIS IITI...THE BIG
VALENTINE SALE
VOY BEEN AltN FORI
HOUSE OF VALUE
Hunrdr eb tds f els, FREE GIfiTS for all.
Take advadge, f alds Sale.
Bvr Pdaylaeaefesrrday at he

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IllTel: 2-1e080~


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H11 ll 1 0181 1111
a Ladless ovaer Blouses


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FEBRIUARYI
14th.'




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8 Lufthansa
We have an opening for a
G;ROWSb HOSTESS/SECRETARY
Personable, with public contact background; typing
and administrative skills required. Previous airline
experience as well as knowledge of German and
Spanish preferred*

Sain Mana ar, LUFTHANSA P O. Box N-1509
Nassau, Bahamas. '


Now showing through
Tuesday THE GETAWAY
matinees at 2:45 and 5:00.
Evening 8:30. Suggested for
mature audiences, parental
SEE MacdU EN is one
actors kheo reuns to ltea stunt
gets tough, and in his latest
film, THE GETfAWAY, in
which hre stars with Ali
M~acGraw, the action gets very
fast and furious.


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rushes to protect an
unsuspecting Tobie from her
new room-mate -- Evelyn.



ARRIVED TO DA Y:
Bhama Star. Flavia,
award from Miami; Freeport
from Freeport.
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Day foR WesqtGPalmO ROW:h
Song o orway, Nordic Prince
SAILING TOMORROW
Ba aa Str NlvafrMiai.-
Tropic Haven, Tropic Flyer'
from West Palm Beach; Joma
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Haven for Recife, Brazil,
Tropic Flyer for West Palm
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PARENTAL DISCRETION AD VISE~D.
eservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold on I
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nday thru Tuesday Now thru Tuesday I
ee continuous from 2 Sundays continuous from 5 1
Evening 8:30 Monday continuous from 3
"TALECS OF "CANDIDATE FOR i
HE CRYPT" PG. A KILLING" R.
Peter Cushin8 Fernando Rey I
Claire Bloom Anita Ekberg a
PLUS PLUS
~NG 'EM HIGH" PG. "THE BRUTE CORPS" R.
Clint Eastwood Paul Carr
Inger Stevens Joseph Kaufmann I
'Phone 2-2534 No one under 17 will be admitted l



Sunday continuous from 4;30- 'Phoe346IouVrom4~~hone 3-4666 1
Inday Matinee continuous from 1:45, Evening 8: 30 1



Shake handswtlh
"Folks"and"Blue"
And then count yourfIngers




JI1lVI PRO TION 1


s..tlnp KIEL MARTIN* MEL STEWART

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Mo


wears a pair of work boots
which he got from the prison
shoe shop and he spent several
th svar ousesos to fmi iari
pr snr has tth perhfor aksa
Since he knows cars and
firearms,t 1e made a s ei
automobiles that he thought
the two characters would
ne d if the Ier inr
noe just re l-li ee have hr to
make a getaway.GTA Y,
McQueen plays Doc McCoy

deal with a corrupt politician
who can arrange his release
fro"' offin, pin egedhangonfoa
bank robbery McCoy has
planned,
The politician's henchmen
who help McCoy with the
robbery tries to double-cross
the politician, and the
politician tries to double-cross
McCoy supp ose dly with
Carol's connivance.
Both the politician and one of
the henchmen end up dead,
and THE GETAWAY develops
into a chase which
ends with McCoy and Carol
facing a final confrontation
with the politician's surviving
henchmen, all bent variously
on revenge or on getting the
stolen money for themselves.
THE~ GETAWAY is a
Solar -Foster -Bro wer
production for the First Artists
Production company and was
directed by Sam Peckinpah and
was produced by David F~oster
and Mitchell Brower.
Wednesday and Thursday.
MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
matinees at 2:45 and 5:00,
evening 8: 30.
Starts Friday, BLACK G;IRL
matinees at 3 and 5, evening
8:30. Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
The emergence of BLACK
GIRL as a new motion picture
hit directed by Ossie Davis is a
result of a series of successes
for Mrs. J.EJ. Franklin's
powerful and entertaining play.
BLACK GIRL was first

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as Windies watchwoard
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados
Jan. 8 (AP) Secretary-General
of the Association of
Commonwealth Universities,
Sir Hugh Springer, has called
on the Caribbean to make
excellence its watchword.
The former registrar of the
University of the West Indies
said: "Ex Illenc~e mus be ou
ourselves, will be welcomed
and respected and what we
offer will be in demand"
He was addressing the UWI
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ceremony Tuesday evening.
Springer received an
ho~noraryhaloctorate iof Law
Wooding.
It was the first time in, the
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that a chancellor Sir Hugh
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Saturday, February 10, 1973.


Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m., through Friday, "TRICK
BABY" plus "PLAY MIISTY
FOR ME" Sunday showings
continuous from 4: 30, Monday
cnt nuou fo 1:45m e ting
8.30. one under 17 will be
PLAY MISTY FOR ME finds
Eastwood, as a popular radio
disc jockey, Dave G~arland,
involved with no strings, he
thought with Evely n(J ssica
ossien Eveltyn rtxkes
when Dave resumes his
hil) ito rpe when T b
left town.
Knife-wielding Evelyn nearly
eil nae' Icleaning lady, and
the knife. The movie climaxes
in a house built high on cliffs
overlooking the sea, as Dave


Bu Seven McQueen, the
ator f immersed in every
portrays beffr ev chrcs ttill
foot in front of the camera
o hueen picked ouout t e
character "Doc" would wear
anblabtesuit a noipd shd e
the kind of glasses that would
give "Doc" the right look.
in the early prison scenes of
THE GETAWAY, McQueen


Sunday through Tuesday,
"TALES OF THE CRYPT"
plus "HANG 'EM HIGH"
matinee continuous from 2:00
evening 8:30. Plus late feature
Fuedy night through Friday,
"DOCTORS WIVES" plus

8:30. No one under 17 will be
admitted. Plus late feature

today's most successful
producers of horror films, Max
Rosenberg and Milton
Subtosky, the Amicus
Production is presented by
Cinerama Releasing. In each of
the chilling tales. Richardson
portrays the crypt-keeper who
provides the characters with
terryfing glimpses of what is in
store for them .... or have the
events already happened?!
Throughout their journey
behind the vault of horror,
they learn that "'death lives."
TALES FROM THEl' CRYPT
was adapted from the startling
horror stories "Tales Fromn the
Crypt" and "The Vault of
H-orror".
Filmed in England, TALES
FROM THE CR YPT used some
of London's most eerie old
mansions for location shots. In


addition, the famed Hfighgate
Cemetery was used for the first
sequences
The hero of HIANG. 'EM
HIGH;f is hanged at the start of
eve gf nhe tm runusua I l
a~stwood stars an an escaped
lychviti sekin no mt ak
mistakes: hanging the wrong
man and not finishing the
jobger Stevens. Ed Begle and
Pat Hiingle co-star in the
unusual western which opens
in colour at the Savoy ~Theatre.


ellMacera c-sta~r with Steve Mc-
Artists Presentation releAsY" Frs Na
tional General Pictures, opening .
at thdirected T teate SAs Peckinh
co-stars Ben Johnson, Sally Struthers
and AI Lettieri. A Solar-Foster-Brower
Prodctn etnhbypicture wastrwriten
novel by Jim Thompson
(Still No. TG 29)
produced at the Small Henry
Street Settlement's New
Federal Theatre in New York.
Astounding critical acclaim
brought the play to the
Theatre De Lys where it ran
for almost a year before J. E.
Franklin began work on the
screenplay.
The movie stars Brock Peters,
Leslie Uggams. Louise Stubbs,
and Claudia McNeil with Gloria
Edwards and Loretta Greene
and introducing in the title role
Peggy Pettitt.


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Chubb Fire Security


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first show begins at eleven
o'clock with another show at 1
a.m.


THE COYABA Room at the
Britannia Beach Hotel, Paradise
Island, now presents a new
entertainment package with a
unique show combining the
co medy, singing and
impersonation talents of Chiicki
exploits of the well known
Balumsian group, U ere Mgt

mWith the professional ease of
of them spent in the Bahamas
-Chicki once more will
delight his audience with
moving and d nasmic rendition

eha inamonusero tine ba ed on
with the Mighty Makers who
freely do their thing during
their part of the show. They
also provide musical
accompaniment to Chicki.
I~ evening ai frhe m a


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'8778
FULLY FURNISHED

ar on toned, 2ph bedr TV'
connections, large private pati
and barbecue pit. Phone
3-1329 '
L8651
PRIME OFF ICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning anc

inm ematio 1a 3- 351/futhr
C8750
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
duplex apartment, McKinney
Avenue, Stalpedon Gardens.
$180/month. See proprietor on
prem ises.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644-

C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8643
aLArRGEnt O E BE RO
$25o0mpes monthR Call: Che te
2-4777-8.
C8724
3 REDROOM 2 baths house.
Situatea Anson Road,
Stapiedon Gardens. For
information call 5-4258
C8640
OFaF EeORaST RE rnAdE

o r 4-2017 ample parking.


C8 BEDROOMS 2 baths,
waterfront cottage Western
District. $425 per month. Call
Doroth y L. At wood
2-8763-4-5-6.
C8762
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue
Hill Road south, one block
south of Soldier Road. Washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Telephone 23287.

C87EDROOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.

|C8637
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartme nts'
cm neel a rnishedm wt
tlphn a a mdr
conveniences. Telephone
3aytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
318
C8636
THE WAK FIELD
APART eNTS C rn


AATMENBS c m ltl

conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.

C8654
IN TOWN furnished rooms*

fr,5. nflpertap frm sa. Ph n

C7142
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2

Heg ts, Eat St,dSout oino
Contact: Nassau 56234.

CIS FOR SAILE

MINI COOPER 'S' 275rcn.c

r dIr Ne laRadia d clu ch,
pump recently installed, body
work needs attention, sacrifice
for $600. Call 28618 days
51398 evenings.


C8612124 Sports Coupe, 4,009
miles. $2,000.
Mik new. $ 500 Pon o5mal
evenings.
CaSbjr


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Destinations by Airl ne or
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BRING RESULTS

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C8663
CORNER buiilding lot, mail
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
tillcoelect 5-2598 or 2-4223

C8714 ABACO PROPERTY
North of Cherokee Sound. Half
acre tracts (20,000 sq. ft.).
Close to ocean beach. Only 16
tracts available from $2,000.00
per tract. Undeveloped
property. Call Philip Brown
Realty, Box N.104, Nassau.
Phones 31273 77681 after 6

C8m80
44ACRS aflabnod just A ut
Situated on Joe Bookies' Bay
121020 beach waterfront. Phone

C8786
OUTSTANDI NG BUY
Western District, large 3
bedroom 2 bath residence with
2 apartments attached.
Excellent income producing
property. Call Dorothy L.
Atwood 2-8763-4-5-6.

C8743
LARGE LOT in Sans Souci
area. Sacrifice for cash sale.
Call 42828 after 6:30 p.m.

C8799
eA GiOOD rwvestrnentia 21 acrd
residential area in New
Providence. Suitable for middle
priced lots with additional
space for long term rental
inc ome proper ty. For
r for artiocn/ woite 31 e
Ndetie '/ Bo 1
Nassau.

C8797
A CHOICE lot ir, a good
loS tion Centhrevinle0 fon~tr
ngt 2 21. Call Bills Real




CT~wo Ber oA, o E Sahoom
deluxe furnished apartment
Bao rr dMontaguo F rehore
Cost $28,500 will accept
$23,500. Call 78076.

FOR SAILE 08 RENIT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEC -
unique 5 room deA Hner s
hma, get cottaqem fireaoc

arewswimmmng, fi hin.Har o
Island.

WANITS TO RENT

C81735
2 BEDROOM furnished house
with f ned in yard in quiet
neighb burhood for young
couple with dog. Approximate
price $250. Phone 27548 days.
58964 after 6 n~m

E eUdTIVrE ren c house
by March 1st. Four bedrooms.
Please phone 7-7906.




A R RE OPPORTUNITY

Three bedroom two
bath house situate on weH
landsc ped grunds wt

Asking $40,000.00.
Mortgage available for
qlualifying enquidre.
Phone 4-240 after 6 p~m.


C8793

MALE MANAGEMENT
TRAINEES
Young men over 21 required to
learn credits and collections
leading to management. A
background of dealing with the
public is preferable, Car is
essential. Starting salary
$4,800 per year and car
allowance. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C8793*
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.


I LAND MOTOR COMPANY
190LIMITED requires
automotive mechanic with own
tools. Experience with a garage
orfee owner preferred.
Previous experience with G. M.
vehicles and/or engines an asset
11t not essential. Successful
ap lca at w ild be expenctewi t

:mplerooC 'I's di nc mnt
Manager for appointment.

C8788
ONE eTReUCKceDRIV RH a
Operator. Contact Carl G
Treco Contractors Ltd; Phone
24996 58725
C8657
IP RACTICAkL NURSE
'WANTED $18 per day. Cable
Beach area, furnish own
transportation. Write P. O. Box
4903, Nassau and give
telephone contact.
C8794
A MATURE BAHAMIAN
woman to work as secretary to
a company manager. Must have

a ieintg s ilos~ tgther wt
to 10 years experience in
responsible positions. Must
have qualifications to train
other persons in the above
skills. Apply to Personnel
Manager am s. Box N-4820,


TRADE SERVICES
C8639
Plllbr't$i Cor

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N RSev A AS e
P. O. Box N31

HEAVYKDUT TRUCKING
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMDSECLEEARRANCE

MOVING, STORAGE
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STEESLHBANDGNG
SPEC LENQUOTOA ONES

REASONABLE RATES

CONTACT LYMANSPIN\DER

PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,



SO THAT we may serve yet
better, effective February 9tt
1973, our new working hour!
are as follows:-
MONDAY THURSDAY 9-E
p.m.
S RT A 9- p.m.
DIESEL ENERGY
(BAHAMAS) LTD.
C8739
WANT TO BUY OR SELL

Sevn heP Baaa i
1947 in Property Sales &
Mal07 m tRLEY STREET
PHONE 27662 or 28966.


C8756
1959 ROLLS ROYCE $8000
- or nearest offer. Phone
7-4295.
C8791
1970 HILLMAN MINX, Good
Condition, New Tyres,$81300.
1966 TRIUMPH HERALD,
well preserved and good
runner, $350 .... Or $1,500 for
BOTH. Telephone 3-4618.
C8736
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
SUBSTANTIAL END
OF SEASON REDUCTIONS
1970 Chevrolet Impala $2600
1971 Ford Escort
AtoMrtc sBe ge 4 Dr. $1695
S/W Automatic $1600
1967 Ford Fairiane
Brown $8o00
1970 Mustang
Red A/C $2400
1969 Plymouth Fury
III White A/C $1795
1971 Viva 4 Dr.
Auto. Red $1895
1970 Chrysler
S/W A/C $2995
1969 Oldsmobile
Cutlass Blue, A/C $2400
1968 Vauxhall Viva
Automatic Red 5850
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C 2400 Miles) Blue $4950
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top, 6 Cyl. $3950
Trade-ins welcomed.
.Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8

FOR SALE
C8769
1973 WO RLD BOOK
ENCYCLOPEDIAS are now
available at C. W. Sands
Enterprises. Call 2-3921.

C8727

aOO 0. IN2 han 5c

8.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m.

PETS FOR SALE
C8779
6 WEEKS old Bassetts mixed
wth Beagle Hond, all shots
the cutest doqs you ever saw.
3 left. $70 each. Phone Mrs.
Kemp 42862 evenings

MAIRINE SUPPLIES
C8749
BERTRAM 31 seat express
cruiser, twin G. M. diesel,
exacelleni6 cndition. Tom teecal5
pm. or 3-6649 after 5 p.m

PA4E9MAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C8704
40' DRIFT-R-CRUZ houseboat
twin Chryster 210 H.P. 6-5 kw
generator. Airconditioned,
freezer and complete galley
and head, ship to shore..
many extras. Call 2-2836.


FOR SALE OR CHARTER
12ftC2x 023. rst d aft sfe l

hl 2 cd eos pwred b


excellent shape.
Sonta Sad hCons ruc on d
489, T~resure Cay, Abaco.
Pone 5.


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JA MES W. ALBUR Y
P o. soxsees



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A DIVISION OF

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Cave>
BAYSIIOC MARINA
For boats and enginels 7' 70'
and 1% 150 h.p.
Distributors for Hatters.
Bertram, Flord, SeaCrft,
Mako, Glastron, Jupiter Dell
Quay Dories and C-Craft


inr sbls Me, ur 17d o
... fire detectors/extinguishes.
Obthaber products easily
Sales and service (factory
trained) Gas, rentals and
Man .Mobfte Hoist lifting

WATCH THIS SPACE
Jut lOR NEWS:fmly
swinger 1973 Glastron
I86 wth lo h3 sa,

$2537.00
For the best at the best prices
See or call BAYSHORE
MgAR28A 2H 3.ay Street.


REAIL ESTATE
C7124
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
FOURPLEX LOCATED AT
257 S. MALL, FREEPORT.
EXCEPTIONAL PRICE!! FOR
INFORMATION WRITE TO:
JAMES S. JORDAN, 2001 N.
W. 7 STREET, SUITE 101,
MIAMI, FLA. 33125, or CALL
COLLECT: (305) 642-4835.

HELP WANTED

E E2CUTIVE SECRETARIES
reurd: Hi h school grduate
or equivalent education: 3-5
Aef,"icanetxpe n ee abde totk
ea oanbleanspetey: ceiling
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person to Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.
C7121
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
needs an attractive young lady
wth secr taraer orpkil saoewok

have some knowledge of
book keeping and be
experien dryin filing. Five d y
experience, paid vacation and
other fringe benefits. hud
Interested persons s ol
contact either Mr. James Rea
or Mr. Alvin Swann at Freeport
Construction Co., Ltd., P. O-
Box F-2410, telephone
352-7091. Only Bahamians
need apply.
t8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM or
Chartered Acc untants have
several vacancies or Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
seadexce p licsalariesshau
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freepor't, Bahamas. '
67132
GARDENER/LABOURER -
capable of helping welders,
cleaning premises, offices, etc..
Apply L & A Industries Ltd.,
Telephone 352-5422, P. O.
Box F-2580, Freeport.
C7141
AREA ENGINEeER: Must haeaa




Mthveat least five (5) years
experience in deeosigning n

cofndstrucion ilnt incldutial
Plaintrs. Ms ordnt


Creeport, ract nd Bahamsa.


ofs preventat e ive maintenance
P pedmnes of oandica th


_


2-storey house, HAWKINS
HILL HILLTOP --approx. 150
by 150 three bedrooms two
baths with some furniture.

rN a rs. O nti 87,000.00miS e
TW NM AVENUE -
HOUSE AND CONTENTS
Only $25,000.00, has
furniture, enclosed grounds
car port, with 2 bedrooms one
and one-half baths. Income
established being $3,000 year .
NASSAU EAST -well
developed area. 3 bedrooms, 2


house, furnished, with 3
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, spacious
gr ids s e incor e $o4n
$42,000.00. Financing
BUaNbOe RETIRO 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, furnished,
gilieRinds enclosed with fruit
trees street to street 2
kntrablces;.Only $42,000.00.
With or without finance.
MONTAGU HEIGHTS 2
bedrooms, 2 baths, plus maids
quarters, plus adjoining
apartment. Income $450
mo5th 000Sales price only
2-STOREY HOUSE Old
Bahamian. 3 to 4 bedrooms -
unfurnished, spacious grounds
a-sktat 0 .t u Heights -
GET THE BEST deal with
realtors with the best.
DAMIANOS we well real
estate. Dial 22033, 22305,
22307. Nite 41197.

C8783
FOR SALE
HAR BOUR MEWS 2
bedrooms, 2 bath sales price
$42,000.00. income 14%r -
fully FURNISHED.
OUT EAST Extremely high &
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oIGTY FnE T OFm SA
BEACH AND I MEAN SANDY

aHou maihd q aurte s, mhoers3
FURNISHED. It is only listed
as $100,000.00 Enclosed rear
PATIO ideal for entertaining
durng coig winds. deal dbog
Appointment.
CABLE BEACH PROPERTY

BEACH Cont ins 3wbedro """
3 baths, tastefully furnished in
e ellent fantastd SUNKE

BEwDR OM Iag ne te low*

C NCREST 2 bedrooms, 2
baths large living area - like
magic When in living room it's
r.ik ivinA on board a s~uer
go ceous vies ESWIBMEMICNHG
TENNIS COURTS and*
parking. Only $75,000.00. Can
offer mortgage.
Ima g n b Ry n D 5 f O
r pair for as low as
0netmn 0a d ex an lon. or
antime
SSTOREY HIGH & DRY
h (mo spcos wst aoruo
FURNISHED AND Air
Conditiloned.toGorhgeou8E vi

POOL, PATIO enclosed garage.
Idealfo PositicanS Bankera o


D n TAO S REALTY
COMPAf Y LTD. wselMl real
esOtat D AL 22 33, 22305,


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C8662
BEAUTIFUL two bedroom
furnished ap r t me n t
overlooking Montagu Bay (very
desirable area). New complete
rugs, stove, refrigerator, heater,
wall mirrors, siding doors, etc .
Good rental no problem
$27,500.00 Will consider
exchange in Florila. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5 2598 or 2 4223
Nnaytime. P. O. Box N 4635,
Nssau1.
C8775
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom
two-bath residence Blair
Family room, patio, car port
etc. $63,000 furnished.
2. Desirable three bedroom

lvnig dtihing, cre et etcw id
Blair. $40,000 furnished
(reduced price).
3. Excel lent buy in
three-bedroom, two-bath Blair
residence, with living/dining
patio, carport, etc. $42,000
furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE
Real Estate
309 Bay Street
P. O. Box N8164
Nassau. '
Telephonie 2-1041, 2-104 ?


C8789
LONG ISLAND
SALT POND HARBOUR
2 ac res, house with 4
bedrooms, 4'/2 baths, suitable
large family or entertaining.
Living/dining room, large
kitchen and porches
overlooking harbour. Utility
building with well equipped
workshop, complete laundry,
generator room with 4V4KW
Lister. Furniture, appliances,
kitchen equipment, linens, etc.*
included. House completed
1971. Asking less than cost, at
$65,000. Write R. J
Henderson, Deadmans Cay,
Long Island.

870LARGE LOTS
FOR SALE
SANDS ADDITION
BERNARD ROAD
Deposit $200.00. Monthly
payments $100.00. Cash
discount 20%. Call today Bill's
Real Estate 2-3921.
C8641
LAR GE HI LL TOP and
waterfront lots at East end.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
or 2-2680.
C8773
FOR SALE


C8742
BASICALLY furnished 2
bedroo ms (1 bedroom
airconditioned), 1 bath,
kitchen, living and dining area'
washing machine Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.


C8776
EXPERIENCED CREDIT
ANALYST INTERNATION-
AL LOANS required by
multinational bank. Candidate
should have minimum ten
years international banking
experience, with emphasis on
st ate ment analysis, loan
negotiations, documentation
and credit extension,
Educational requirements
include, GCE "O" level in
minimum of three subjects
including English and
Mathematics, and Institute of
Ba nkers Diploma PartI
Knowledge of one or more
foreign languages and previous
overseas experience desirable
baudi eo re~q hired. S ccessftue
travel and live overseas ii
necessary. Qualified person!
invited to submit writer
resumes to Manager, Woric
Banking Corporation Ltd., P
O. Box N-100, Nassau.


C8644
TROUBLES ... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
Robert M. Bailey
P. O. Box N56,
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.


C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT
UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO'S
NEW 'S UPE R STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
51071-2-3-4.


C8717
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES

P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869



C87985SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. offers for immediate
delivery a unique electronic
pocket calculator which adds,
subtracts, divides and
multiplies in seconds. For
information call 23921.

SCAIRD OF THANKS
C8800
THE FAMILY of the late
William James Strachan express
their gratitude to those who
have shown acts of sympathy
and stood by them during their
recent bereavement -- special
thanks to Bishop Donald
Knowles and the staff of
Bether Brothers Morticians

BUSINESS
OPPORITUNIITIES

cAsNT 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

SCHOOLS
C8705
ENROLL NOW

Shnrtand
Bookkeeping
Commercial Mathematics
Office Practice
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier (NCR
4200)
Dictaphone Typist
Filing
Telex Operator
B.J.C. and G.C.E. Classes:-
English
Mathematics
Literature
ryh or
NASSAU ACADEMY OF
BUSINESS, Shiriey Street
Op sit 3Collins Avenue.

C8782
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencing week of February
12, 1973. Call Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
or pay us a visit at Shidley
Street opposite Collins Avenue.
C8787
CORRESPONDENCE STUDY
Don't dream abmut th future!

c rre cmidenceofyobuooca le




coul tyncple, do bookkeeping,

writaveshottrtand. keep a
mra nd pT mec




POSITION WANTED


Doit y hou need pr timep .r

18yp maidn Call Roney9 -



OITIEP WANTED
C8796
TR yUSTe OFIE prequired by
Caky man Tus CompaRney.



exma pert eneof Tr ust


Am nsiration and Compa y

Nassau on 20th February.
Re onein nuwritingto: $ng
C8796, c/o The Tribune, P. O.
Box N-3207, Nassau.
C8650

MOVING

F rwa din byP Sa or Ai ,
Contact E. H-. Mundy &

11. Na sa) Ltd., P. n




APPlROVED CARGO AGENTS


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.


CL ASSIFIED


ADVS .


IIELP WANTED
C7137
2 TRASH AND YARDMEN:
To work morning or evening
shift to clean all garbage cans
and dump garbage in the
garbage room.
5 KITCHEN CLEANERS: To
work morning or evening shift,
to clean all kitchen equipment,
floors, iceboxes and walls, etc..
Male applicants preferredd.
1 NIGHT CLEANER: Male,
working hours a x:00 p.m. to
7:00 a.m., to clean ovens,
tables, mopping of floors and
keep in back of hotel clean.
2 COOK'S HELPERS: To
work morning or evening shift,
niuststbaeable to assist aook i

of the meals on thheemenu ,r
responsibefrtecern
away and washing up
aft% rHd BELL CAPTAIN*
Must be able to supervise
department data nic t,
ex perienced pplcn
prNI HT BELLMAN: To carry
lgaae wthieofch ceking gus

haep aeant pc s nlity and
be neat in appearance.
morC ng oE eveE ng sh ft, m sk
be able to make coffee, mix
juices and bring in ice. No
experience necessary.
3 POTWASHERS: To work
morning or evening shift, must
be able to lift heavy duty
articles, clean all pots and pans
used in kitchen. Male
applicants preferred.
C4 DISHWASHERS: To work
morning or evening shift, must
keep all plates, cups, etc. clean,
keep working tables clean at all
t ues,s wshingthof floors, walls
dishes is always clean. Male
applicants preferred.
HeESEVERAGE SE -UP-MAN*
tables and chairs and setting up
for banquets, luaus, etc.,
cleaning banquet rooms and
washing silverware.
1 MAID: To service and clean
guest rooms, must be willing to
work.
1 CUSTOMS EXPEDITOR;
Must be willing to work on
calls all hours of the night or
morning, including Sundays.
Knowledge for clearing all

g opart Aiimetfro groups,
D ep rm n al r u p t ads


Experienced male applicant
e ASISTANT usGOLF

willing to work 6 days a week
including Sundays and
Holidays, must be friendly and
cuteous,e also leavdes reneat

some day become a golf
professional. Bahamian
preferred, no experience
1 GOLF PROFESSIONAL:
Sho slbieitwillingitto accept
s pe vsion, willing to work o
hve a poper atit de toward

appearance, courteous and
co-operative, also possess at
eadgo f worikin s knowledge of
Apl Monda throg
Friday between 9:OO a.m. aud
12 Noon only, to King's Inn &e
Golf Club, Pesnl
Department, Freeport.

C 90 Y EX PE RIEN CED
MECHANIC required for our
so vce department. Must have

knowledge of General Motors
products. Full Company
benefmte lith fa tory ti ng.

SLtd., Telephone 352-7001.
C7134
Real Estate Salesmen wanted:

xuperec d n Relybsnu s
substantial knowledge of all
sales techniques.
For interview appointments,

IlaconMinenta cqalty Ltt.
Freeoort 373-1255.


Plm"'?",Inodn other nea e
skills to position of precise
demand. He must also have the
ability to direct and properly
control a staff of close to 30
persons and h v
administ ativ ave

ELEaTmRinCA rt nNIClAnN:
Must have good Electrical
knowl dgo in r inaitning aill
machinery. Must have
knowledge of three phase and

pouerdip I as n the fisd
GROUP SECRETARY: Must
te per ficient wictah ecti
calculating machine, xerox and

Ie mnt. Acrcy i
spelling is essential.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. and 12
Noon only ,u Kin' rson L

~Depar~t~men~t, Fegort


C8 IO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS
AANNEING S, SHUTT ERS,
John S. Geog & Co. Ltd ,
For free es iates and' prompt


Whr Grthattit


REA L E~STA~TE


I MARINE SUPPLIES I


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CAIRS FOR SALE


REAL ESTATE


HELP WANTED













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REX MOR GAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

APPARENTLY ME 'IfMNWL ET'S GET WHAT WE'L FINISM~UP TNOSE S UF r VV4
P0ESNT SELIEVE I PACKEDr~o KENNY/' DO I t TV COMMERCIALS P MlANNI
TMAT WAS KEN CLLING IN TALKING WE RE LEAVING FOR SUN- /(MEAN7 C TOMORROW IN MIAMI / ON ACEIOPLE
FROM NEW YORK / HE'S DIRECT ROUTES/ SHNlE THIS AFTERNOON/L ~P j THEY'VE CHANG~ D OF IIt4 OFF
STOPPING OFF HERE THE SCNEPULLE / EORS Wtt














JUDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

ANY TIME MENH. I'LL BE DOWN B YOU SAID THAT DR. IT'S A DECtSION
FRANK ? THIS IS ROCKY V OU SAY, I HEARD A CAR~Y IN A MINUTE, l ~ NELSON IS A YOU'LL HAVE TO MAKE,
I NEED SOME ADVICE' BUDDY! PULL UP, LYNN! ABBEY! /R PSYCHIATRIST! LYWNN! SAIM SAYS HE'S
CAN I COME OVER I'LL BE IT S PROBABLY WHAT DO YOU :hAN EXCELLENt
TO YOUR PLACE ? ~r HERE ALL SAM AND DR i THINK ? SHOULD 6~J DOCTOR!
EVENING! NELSON! I TALK TO HIM
~l~bb~ ABOUT MYSELF? '












A PA RTMENT 3- G aV Aise Eoaskg


bahpert ofinds hm~sen as
pIeople are sorting large
bak tso letters. They are
so busy that they have little


" Can't stop. Must get the
mail aIway on time. Parcel?
ALL R)IGHTS


Chess
sr LaoNARD BARDOAN













One of Englanrd's few set-
backs in the Alnals of the world
team championship at Skopje
occurred Iln this position where
top board Raty Keene was
surpripased by a snap combination
from his Peruvian opponent
R >driguez (Black. to move).
and how soul th es p e



minutes. average; 12 minutes,
novice.
SOLUTION No 9580 -


Black wins bit 1 .. Rx Kt; 2
q xR. R--K8 ch; 3 K x x Qx Q
and Black hars won a piece
because White's knight is note
pinned by the Black bishop and
so carnnot zcrecature th~e queen.
Whie resigned a fewu moves


ALI TOT 4 1. U


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~OrA 61 AL 5 F
ADIIILERAPT AE 05


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2*Pat fa reno

r. Usefulc. cO)
I Recrated (anasI.) lr. 4)
4. Girl' s nam. (as
(i. Onedc inI the kirtchen, t3)
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li:* uraves lc. (3,

18. nIYVB -
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Kuipert and the Nink- Toys-18


'"Looks jlike he'll miss his nine o'clock appointment
with the boli about coming fa late aooftea."


2! from the Carrol l ghter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have .
off-and-on day now At one moment you have
delays and obstacles, the next benefits and favors are
channelled your way by the planetary positions. A ready smile
and the right attitude can be the means by which a successful
result ensues Sidestep an argument that is brewing
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) You know exactly how to get
the right results with a bigwig who has the answers for your
greater success in the future Steer clear of friends who are not
up to par now and could do more harm than good.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Good friends can be
instrumental in gainmg business or personal favors that you
need at this time Show your gratitude Use the gregarious side
of your nature and get right results Be cheerful.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Today you can see clearly
how to handle your obligations and get bills paid You now
have increased confidence Use wisdom where new investments
are concerned Take steps to improve your health
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Look to associates
and friends for the right advice that can help make your
coveted dreams come true Accept an invitation that will helP
you to make a charming, new acquaintance
LBO (July 22 to Aug 21) Make plans to do your work in
such an efficient manner that higher-ups will notice and
reward you as you deserve. Engage in amusements with good
friends tonight Eat and drink moderately
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) You erjoy playing the martyr
and this is a good day to get out of that habit and be with
congenials for a good time. You have fine creative ideas.
Discuss them with experts and become more affluent.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Study conditions at home well
and then handle matters in a most efficient and diplomatic
way so that there is increased harmony Invite guests in for the
evening and make an excellent impression
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Arrange a meeting with
successful people you know and talk over how you can add to
your own success Then get busy on the telephone and take
care of correspondence Eruoy the evening with friends.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Making better plans
for the future that will bring you more happiness and financial
success is wise. Show sincere appreciation for the help of
experts in your field of endeavor
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) You can gain your
pe""snal a'h wiyho ease now tan dshol dp ra oe Malongd such
party tonight can bring happiness Into your life
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) The planets are favorable
to kin today so go along with them instead of striving to force
your own views on them Make future plans, but don't involve
yourself in anything too strenuous
PISCES (Feb 20 Mar 20) You can make the purchases now
that will bring comfort, efficiency and pleasure for a long time
to come. State your aims to associates and come to a true
understanding Take care of correspondence
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those stubborn young people who will require a certain
amount of psychological understanding before this quality can
be used m a constructive way Direct education along business,
banking and real estate lines. Teach ethics early so that the
fine promise here will be easily realized
"The Star impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU'


HELP WANTED

FULY EXPERIENCED
BD AN re uired, mustb
able to repair all types oi
vehicles and Install replacement
parts and complete up to
re-finishing stage. Minimum 3
rears experience, full Company
benefits. Bahamians only need
apply.
Fiv Wheel of) G ad Bahama


C7130
RESIDENT MANAGER: To
take complete charge of
Commercial Bakery. Must have
at least 15 years experience.
EApply in writing to Grand
Bahama BakF ry Ltd.. P. O. Box
;F-797, Freeport, Grand
,Bahama.


HELP MNTED I

C7131
WINE STEWARD: To sell ad
serve wines to di ts
Must hav k nnwer ges C
avne ntowdge, abo
chanae teristis tr present tne
and wine servi e
Apply to Oceanus Hotels Ltd ,
Personnel Department, P. O~
Box F-531, Freeport, Grand
Bahama,



Wher Brtbunn

CL ASSIFIED ADVS.



RESULTS FAST


Dy ou mad pttino et emone
Bewildered by all the bustle,
Rupert wanders across the
room and finds a double row


he thinks. But which one
am I to use? He didn't say."
RESERVED


Winning



There Rr manyp080 which
we make au~tomna~t,1asly and nine
times out of ten they may be
right. But tghere's always the
~tentn~ time urhen the right "
play Is wrong. 'Itsiniaplo attead
aIs never wrong. Here's an
e gaer West: N/8 Val.
North


+A95
West East

V J 03 2 t, 108764

,53" ouit;10 7 4
10 9 5
K Q 11
1es Not Pa o

an Dll 1as e cla
Wsequenes. The 010 Hw insbt
e3ltngWd plyr Aherd fal
brigin dow no dummy aU, pana
continuces tthg tale eJ. drin a
ou te 9Q Andes he sut ll ha the cn
oter ae as. ah certains entry
nirnth rick wt h o e
The defence is powerlhes it
Southn doing ha cmes u7, n*
cnatiuraly, goes upthe dummy a
artthe ase t dhe biddin hs houl
Gotater te l8a eti nr



belore ~ O manyh a elo i

The~~~t o..ll is aoers I

nrdtnll," asupwod.h duach
Wbn cs Rn ,ts ied anna
word must, contalentgtheE h
lett~teran ther mus heat
feat one ribht-ette wor the gr


"fIt's a far-out place to visit but you wouldn't wanna live
here. BELIEVE me."


AICROSS 29. Chocolate
drink
32. Aspire
1. Rosary 33. Medieval
6. Rainbow fish money
11. Wrangle 34. Steal
12.Pastmaster 36 Sweet
14. Carried potatoes
15. Harvester 40. light dew
16. Compass point 42. Jibe
bl.Simurgh 44 Salaam
IS.Sweater girl 45. Trouble
20. Grimace 47. Striped animal
22. Yes 49. Floss
24. Little girl 50. Perch
25. Feminine 51. Falcons of the
pronoun sea
27. Fastener 52. Pays the kitty


11%(. No plurals: no fore n r(ordn:
if~ prtna ~rd TDAYd'S

rrelnt won ar len soon.ore
Sncid serld agedl alred arid aside
cared casred redar et br crid
date daLs dare dear dice diter
tr i dir D 0R4 Ed d~
wr~r dIced iderrr c dura drpl
*arred said We d send wa(red
wcrled *Ide rrlre


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY' VLL
DOWN 7Ton hawk
8.Hy lt
1. Biblical tower 9. Meal
2. Notched 10. Peaceful
3. Coincide 13. Rubbish
4. Plague 18. Scull
5. Prophet 21. Greek letter
6 Compassion 23 Yale
8 y to / 26 Musical.
perception
13 128 ne ofthe
"Little Women '
29. Searches
carefully
*9 30. Baltimore ball
3 tM player
31. Cruet
32. Playwright
Burrows
35. Monsters
37. Father
36IB 137 SB ~ superior
38. Telegraphic

1 't I I 41. Word of
comparison
o 43. Book of the
Bible
46. Twilight
features 2-13 48. Eternity


No. ;.eM .b TM lK.1

a) thinr. to
so. Great arnan. rU
Ii. Finalncu snarket termn. (Np
Ia. Royal Hower. (5, 4I
i T. Turn. (3)


AP Newsl


Cer flate 28I min.


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NUgY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES

1/3 DOWN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS


COX AUTO SALES



(esa week of Values:

1972 MAVERICK in excellent condition. $3,400.
1972 VOLKSWAGEN very clean $2,200.
1971 FORD CAPRI cream puff, $2,000
1971 DODGE AVENGER excellent buy. $1300
1971 FORD ESCORT Bargainr. $1,100.



FINANCING AVAILABLE. Phona 5-7367






SApplications ear invited for the position of Local Manager

Sof wrlkon Engirrn ed m n Nlou Rpicnt nu u
National certificate in Mechanical or Electrical Enginerrting.
At least five year's engineering experience is essential, and
Sapplicats must have sufficient commercial knowledge to
Enable them to take charge of a sales & service organization
sewrving the whole of the Commonwealth of the Bahamasr.
The successful applicant would be required to undergo a

Sfc rir oe ea lai ordprto bc e f syt convern wita
the companies' products.
IApplicants without the full engineering background
I necessary, but with the potential and personality to enable
them to successfully train for the position, will be
Sconsidrred.
SA ply in aw uhand-writing to: Box No. DA3962 c/o The





Comrpany Limnited


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OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY P. O. BOX 6104 E.S. TEL. 28012
UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
"FREE DELIVERY TO ALL MAIL BOATS"



COCMMONWTA LE H

OF TH E

BAHAMA IS LANDS



TENDERS


FOR TREASURY BILLS


The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday,
13th February, '1973 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public
Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury Bills Act 1959 and the
Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on Thursday, 15th February,
1973 as follows: -
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars .. .. .. .. ... .. . ... . .. .. .. 883,500,000

The bills will be in minimum multiples of $100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91 ) days from the date of issue.
The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamars Monetary Authority. Details
of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in a letter of acceptance.
Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:

THE BANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority
and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E. D. Sassoon
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, 13th February.
Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from the
Bahamas Monietary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state
the not price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.
The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.
Ministry of Finance, Narssau
8th February, 1973


_ _I


Your judgment is only as good as
your information
THE BERNARD SUNLEY BUILDING
BAY STREET AT RAWSON SQUARE
2nd FLOOR -

Post Mfcee Bx N11,Namsu


Sarturday, February 10, 1973.


fIlX-FOOT NINE-INCH CENTRE Sterling Quant pumped in
22 points, grabbed 21 rebounds and gave 10 assists to pace the
Paradise League Senior All-Stars to a 89-60 victory over the
Nassau League Seniors and gain for himself for the second
consecutive season the P.L.'s 'most valuable player's award last
night during the B.A.B.A.'s annual All-Star classic.
Coached by the Kentucky PEvans o 9 3
Colonel's Wenty Ford, the Harney a I2 I 2
P.B.L. after slow start opened Inmgmham 6 4 2 1:
a 23-19 lead with 6:03 in the
second half, and the N.B.L. ae
called a tme aut. P .J R~ s p
Returning to the court, P u i r l
Wilfred Johnson then picked

ubt to al i 0 ads wtki Qnao Itg S C
and Jeroc..: Eameyle controlling
the rebaunds moved into a THE FOX HILL SAINTS J
42-25 half time lead. Quant jumper with 10 seconds remain
Tb udndal0 thd dltook ten Juir Al-S ram a72-70 vic o
Both sides swopped shots 0:30 of the last quarter.
early in the second half until Goaing into the fourth
Johnson and Barney moved in quarter with a 55-45 lead after
to open a 1p~o ntD la eat leading 47-26 by the end of the
52-31 at 15:28 V Dlny' second quarter, a goal tending
who contributedB.14, st rte a on the big rebounder David
rally for the N.BL b tey Morley followed by two
were unable to effectively baskets moved the N.B.L. to
btcakthe m0pot tgap a ea 50 before Knowles came
L.roa 5840 i ato I1:05 through on a jumper.
P.B.L 50at1.5 Michael Delancy, Noel
)eter brown, Sammy Munroe and Clifford Rahming
po~n~ ueb t elaey ken ba along withdDanny Edg~e mbe
ho a~bt the r P..L as te then started a ra ly whc saw
to stonthe PBall to the b e the N.B.L. one behind 67-66
wollti the jAll-tar Clas ic for with 1:1 BnLtmgo the gae
the third consecutive year. court following a time out
NASSAU BASKETBALL LEAGUE moved awav ytrenit


,




STERLING QUANT
. .. MVP winner for second year


o


r


ago went through their
medical this morning at the
office of Dr. E. N. Achara.
All are in good shape for an
exciting match tonight.
ABOVE TOP: The
Canadian team (from
left)Rick Petch, Mike Doyle,
Jean Paul Seguin, Ricci
Sestino, Coach Lucien Heber
and John Branci; and Below:
Nathaniel Knowles, Cephas
Bowe, Gary Davis, Austin
Conyers, Kermit Gunn and
coach Bert Perry. PHOTOS:
Philip Symonette.


"OUR BOYS are ready' and
I think we'll take the
tournament tonight," said
Fred Stirrup, president of the
Amateur Boxing Association
of the Bahamas. "They'll
make their presence strongly
felt he added concerning
the Bahamas Amateur Boxing
Tournament against Canada
tonight at the Nasrsau
Stadium.
An eight member team,
including five boxers, arrived
in Nassau yesterday for the
tournament which begins at




LONDON (AP) -Results in
British soccer league games
Saturdisv:
ENGLISH LEAGUE
Divialon One
khem la 4aSm 2ffl IrdbUnited 2
Leicester 2 Leeds 0
OacetrU, 2olverhapo 1
Newcastle 1 Coventry I mtnI
Norwich 0 Westham I
Sthmon0 Everton 0
Stoke vspwc-pspnd
Tottenham 2 Manchester City 3
West Bromwich O Crystal Palace 4
BioSE2CON DDIVISION


ladesruyh nrol 00ty I
Milwall 3 Oxford I
Nt anhrm Fr, 0Queen's Park 0

Sfesd 1Weir m Sdrland 0
Swindon ID Atn Vilar3e
Bolton 2 Grimsby 0
Brentford S Port Vale 0
Bristol ;. .Rovers 3 Oldham 3
Roch ee4dNotts C umt2 t
Rotherham 0 Swansea 2
& unthorpe O Cxarl n 2
Watford I Blackburn 3
York 4 Tranmere I
Division Four
Cab Cdg 2 eort I
Cet Dlar M ~n 02
Gill ia~mB2 Hereford 0
Mansfield 2 Aldershot 0
Reading 3Northampton 0
To suay I Peterborough 0
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Arb ath 0 ton
itl 3 ratFle Hitl
Dundee 2 Dumbarton I
keatk00Due eUnited 2
Ran ers 2 Motherwell I
St. obhnstone 2 Kilmarnock 2
Division Two
Allos 3 Queen of South o
&ec cnk I Stirn 0Albion 2
almlo koOS ehousemuir o
Queen a Park 2 Cowdenbeath 2
Rt. Men OdFo~rfar e
Stranraer 2 East Stirling I
IRELAND BEAT ENG;LAND
DUBLIN (AP) Ireland beat
England 18-9 Saturday and made a
fine start in the five nations rugby
union tournament.
The Irish led I2-3 at half-time.
and deadly aury sck ore Ic o
Ireland's pontds.cow ofnal
5 3,000 watched the first
tournament game in Dublin for two
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8:30. Five boxers headed by
Olympians Gary Davis and
Nathanial Knowles will
represent the Bahamas
tonight
Following this tournament,
the B.A.B.A. will compete in
a triangular tournament with
Freeport and Miami in
Freeport on the 24th. The
same five boxers who
represent the Bahamas
tonight are expected to be at
the Freeport tournament.
The ten fighters who
completed training a few days


6but Harvey Roker moving in
14 on a layup again brought them
10 one apart.
13 Roger Brown swopped a free
o throw for a field goal with
SRahming to bring them tied
o with 30 seconds remaining in
Sthe game*
Edgecombe going 11 for 26
from the field and four for
2o seven from the free throw took
22 the shooting strain for the
16 N.B.L. with 26. Rahming was
next with ten.


A seemingly more versatile
P.B.L. had three men in double
figures topped by Knowles
with 23 and Brown and
Munroe had 16 and 10
respectively Mu nroe
controlled 19 rebounds and
Morley had I8.
With Morley taking the
weight of the rebounding in
the first quarter, the N.B.L.
took an early four point lead
before the P.B.L. drove back to
tie the game and take an 18-14
first quarter lead.
Paced by Knowles and
Munroe and P.B.L. opened a
27-16 lead with a little over six
minutes remaining in the
second quarter. The N.B.L *
then came through on three
consecutive baskets but Deas
teaming up with Knowles
moved the P.L.P.'s command
47-26 by the end of the second
quarter.
The Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association last
nigt i not pick a mos
valuable player in the junior
game. .


Brown 3 8 2
Delaney 7 4 4
Levrity 2 81 3
Davis 5 19 3
S.Johnson 6 8 5
McFall 0 0 s
Brice 1
aebol >n o ao
Ed ecombe I I f
PARADISE LEAGUE
W. Johnsonl to 2 2
Rodger 2 2 3
Quant 9 21 2
Rolle 7 7 3


there and found out that he conid
be hurt,' said aryatrh
handed Lyle hisrt dfa n2
unantmu d cisionInda gl2und
heavyweight fight at Madison
Square Garden.
About midway in the first round
Quarry missed with a left hook but
followed with a right hand to the
sde of the head that buckled Lyle's
neearry was in command almost
all the way.
GOULD'S SWIM WINS
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ALL BLACKS LOSE
PARIS (AP) An underdog
Fence d5SaA r aclhandd she
defeat 13-6, in the only test the All
Blacks lost on their European tour.

BARBADOS SOCCER WIN
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
Ban bados in chrdc by
Victor Clarkpe, defeated Haltl T2 in
asoccern tintC na onorhedht
of the goals for the home team and
set up cheother.


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MCC ALL OUT


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IS NOW CERTAIN


Saturday just before tea, a 32 run
lead over idia's first innin I the
five-test tour.
India quickly wiped out the
deficit in the 90 minutes after tea
and is stumps ha made 102 for no
With India batting and holding
all 10 wickets, the test appeared
headed for a draw, which would
give ndtoe ed the series.
2 I with one draw. Only a victory
by England which appeared
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England entered the second day
of its innings in a sood position at


Tony CGreig.
But the last five batsmen, playing
cautiously, added only 147 runs in
aliotfur hornof slah:.m:
his overhight 126. His stand,which
ondrewhewi etwas bcaughtB s
Chandrasekhar, lasted 360 minutes
and included 24 boundaries.
The only scorer after Greig to
Brei ns ew, w as cle shbowa d
by Chandrasekhar after scoring 36
runs. Mike Denness got 29, Chris
Odo 2, Geoff Arnold 2bef an
scored.
HIGHEST SCORES
Both teams piled up their highest
E lann s tat m slofr the Mr sO
coming in so? minutes off 137.s
overs, against India's 521 minutes
ofe[andoraseskhar was the star
Indian spinner in a lineup of stars.
Hhertook fivheemickt tr 46 oesn,
Singh Bedl got three wickets in 69
overs and Abid All and K.S.
Venkataralghavan one wicket each.
Indian fielders helped inch up
the MCC run total by missing three
possible catches off Greig alone.
Bedi lost a caught-and-bowled
opportunity off Denness, but
Venkatraraghavan caught Denness
out in Bedi's next over to end his
stand at 29.
During the two hours before
lunch, England added only 67 runs
for the loss of two wickets. In the
hour after lunch, the M.C.C. added
61 runs in 17 overs, for the loss of
Chris Old's wicket. Birkenshaw
wit n32 and Arnold with 13 were

::t Ebe or e, okh t ls
and Arnold leg before wicket off a
bal refmmre n4 etas s r3 fby~e
five leg byes and six no balls.
mi t ,n's 40 ocam are56
an early tea after England were all
out and India batted for two hours
after tea.
EIndia be ana cnfidenbl and t
no have ary success indathe fn l
Gavaskar with 53 and Farook
Engineer with 47 were at the crease
when the stumps were drawn,
minute o 950ba me. Iticlud d
ten boundaries. India's 100 came in
116 minutes, off 31 overs.

WilDIES SCOREI 232,

AISSIES 55 FOR HIL
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA
ti~k~e for nforR tep Aubtraa wl h
the first test against the West Indles
just one week away, was playing
it safely when stumps were drawn
here Friday night at the end of the
first day's play in the four-day
match between the West Indles
ercket abnoada f on InlPresident's
Together with Keith Stackpole'
he had seen the Australians cut off
25 a t pesidentsEee as a
they were still together at the close.
R taackpole was on 26 and
Earlier the local team, trying
to score off every ball delivered to
them, lost their wickets freely.
Skipper Clive Lloyd was the
best scre wth 59 in II 8 minuts
withN rit P ll.Hpe msf lonrd

Jul asoe with which the local
team lost their wickets rewarded
legspinner Terry Jenner and pacer
J e f f H a m m'n' h at e h a so m


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Bahamas- Canada ABA match tonight


PIONEERS CLUB MEETING
THE PIONEERS Sporting Club
will hold an important meetinS
tomorrow at the Pyfrom Road
School's locker room. All members
should attend.
F~OUR ROOKIE TIES
NICKLAUS IN HOPE
PALM DESERT. CALIF' (AP) -
Tour sophomore Allen Miller holed
a 40-foot bunker shot for a birdie
that enabled him to ie
front-running Jack Nicklaus for the
thlr round bleado FrlDayse Gn le



caught Nicklaus with a 54-hole
totco 205s, w lu d bpoatr the first
tin second pounds, found smued
maneka ntona share ofm dmp p so
with two rounds to go in this
unique five-day, 90-hole event.
Arnold Palmer, a four-time Hope
wintnh7 wo est Mc r to putu to e
his fabled career, bulled lus way
ibntcok contantiln just one stroke
QUARRY TAKES LYLE
NEW YORK, FEB. 9 (AP) -
bak inut he hemey elh pict rm
ed le t Ron Lyle polds n haa u
I1-y a-old who still must prove
"I told you that would make a
difference when he walked out


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