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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: February 16, 1973
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ISLAND-WIDE MANHUNT FOLLOWS
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2 armed men kidnap
Royal bank manager's
daughter at Freeport
By MIKE LOTHIAN
FREEPORT POLICE have launched an island-wide manhunt for two armed men who last night kidnapped a
four-year-old girl and are demanding $250,000 in ransom from her banker father.
li'JiS3 Hor-$ decision to aid
GROUPS BACK
tourism & our income
BAHAMIAN $
DEVALUATION
THE BAHAMAS Chamber
of Commerce and the Bahamas
Business League today came
out totally in favour of the
government's decision to put
the Bahamian dollar on par
with Ihe U.S. dollar.
Chamber president Holland
G. Smith said that the benefits
that will accrue from the
action "due to increased
spending on the part of the
tourist," would more than
offset the disadvantage of
devaluation.
This was possible, however,
only if prices were not
increased. Mr. Smith urged
merchants to see that prices
were kept at a reasonable level.
"With respect to the tourist,
a psychological block has been
removed in that he now enjoys
the fact that his currency is the
same in value as the currency
of the area he is now visiting."
Noting that merchants
engaged in U.K. trade of
tourist items would not enjoy
identical advantages, the
Chamber president said these
merchants should try to
realistically price their goods so
as to continue to offer the
same bargains to the tourist as
before.
BBL president Dan Scott
called the government move a
"wise one" which would have
an impact on the tourist
industry.
Mr. Scott pointed out that
the league had always
projected the idea that it
would be more practical for
investors and tourists, dealing
in every transaction in the
Bahamas.
"The general Bahamian
philosophy in monetary
mitten," he said, "has been
more closely aligned to the
United States than the United
Kingdom, since our currency
has been changed from pounds
to dollars, and in the past the
Bahamian economy has been
closely linked to that of the
United States."
The League president felt it
advisable that in the near
future trade barriers be
removed between the Bahamas
and the U.S. as had
immigration barriers for U.S.
citizens visiting the Bahamas.
BMA CORRECTION
THE BAHAMAS Monetary
Authority today issued a
correction in its statement
yesterday concerning
devaluation of Bahamian dollar.
The Authority quoted the
new parity of the Bahamian
dollar as being restated at
0.73661 grams of fine gold.
This figure should have read
0.736661.
BOAT SPECIAL
THE TRIBUNE today
publishes a special four-page
pullout section on the Miami
International Boat Show
SPANISH
FRUIT BASKETS
DOLLY MADISON FURNITURE
> NASSAU- FREEPORT
By NICKI KELLY
PUTTING THE BAHAMIAN DOLLAR back on a one-to-one
basis with the U.S. dollar is expected to expand Ihe tourist
industry and by extension lead to an expansion in national
income.
This, Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling said, was among the
major considerations in
yesterday's official
announcement that the
Bahamian dollar had been
devalued 12.7 per cent, putting
it on a dollar-for-dollar basis
with U.S. currency.
As a result of the U.S.
devaluation, he told a
nationwide radio audience last
night, the major countries of
Europe will now find that Ihe
cost to the American tourist in
tneir country has been
increased by at least 10 per
cent.
In some cases, Mr. Pindling
said, it would be even greater.
In Germany for example, Ihe
increase was expected to be
around IS per cent.
"When you compare this to
the cost reduction of 3 per
cent for American tourists in
the Bahamas, and when you
consider the keen competition
in tourism, you will understand
why the Bahamas expects to
expand its revenue from
tourism," the Prime Minister
observed.
Since tourism touched
directly or indirectly every
other sector in the country, an
expansion in tourism would
necessarily lead to an
expansion in national income.
SIMILAR STEPS
Outlining the events leading
to the present U.S.
devaluation, Mr. Pindling
recalled that the U.S. had
taken a similar step in
December 1971.
"One of the problems which
led to the international
monetary crisis and which is
responsible for the present
crisis, is the difficulty that
countries are having in
maintianing a proper level in
their balance of payments," he
said.
Mr. Pindling observed that
this was also an important
consideration for the Bahamas.
Al no time, he added, could
the country afford to neglect
this particular aspect of its
economy, for it was important
to the Bahamas to continue to
earn as many dollars as possible
in order to pay for the dollar
goods imported.
While the decision taken by
the government in December
1971 to devalue just over 5 per
cent had worked reasonably
well since then, there was room
for improvement, the Prime
Minister said.
The situation had been kept
under constant review then
because of their realisation that
the Washington decision of
1971 did not completely settle
the international monetary
situation as it was hoped that it
would.
PRESSURE
Mr. Pindling noted that
within six months of that
decision the pound came under
considerable pressure and the
British government had to float
the pound, and al the same
time abolish the sterling area.
Another reason for keeping
an eye on the situation was
that by late 1972 the U.S.
dollar began to weaken,
thereby giving rise to a brand-
new monetary crisis this year.
Because the U.S. devalued
10 per cent this immediately
forced other countries to seek
new courrency adjustments or
alignments, to benefit their
individual. particular
economics.
The Bahamas had four
alternatives open:
To keep its present parity.
thereby making the B dollar
worth 13 cents more than the
U.S. dollar; to devalue the B
dollar by an amount less than
the U.S. devaluation, thereby
making the B dollar worth
more than the U.S. dollar; to
devalue the B dollar by an
amount equal to the U.S.
devaluation, thereby leaving
the Bahamas with the same
differential of 3 per cent or 3
cents; to restore Bahamian
dollar parity with the U.S.
dollar, thereby making the B
dollar and the U.S. dollar
equal.
The Prime Minister said the
government- found that it
needed to evaluate each in
terms of its effect on the
country's balance of payments,
it economy, on the flow of
capital into the country, on the
cost of living both in the short
term and the long term and on
the workings of its financial
system.
Ihe first or second
alternatives would have
seriously affected the
Bahamas's balance of
payments, since the increased
cost to the tourist for both
travel and local purchases
would in all probability result
in a reduction of tourist
receipts at a time of strong
competition in international
tourism.
At the same time exports
would be discouraged at a time
when national emphasis was
being placed on industrial
development for expansion of
export markets.
Mr Pindling said the effect
of either of these alternatives
would be to seriously overvalue
the B dollar in terms of the
U.S. dollar and thus discourage
the inward flow of investment
capital and encourage its
outflow
The third alternative had
two disadvantages one
practical Ihe other
psychological The Prime
Minister said experience had
shown thai by and large, the 3
cents savings was not passed on
to the consumer, the problems
in ha nd I i ng created
unnecessary Irictions and there
were psychological
disadvantages to the tounsl
It was felt, he continued,
that the fourth alternative to
have both currencies equal
was the best choice and course
of action.
"By it we will remain
competitive in tourism and we
rid our monetary system of the
irritants by simplyfying the
domestic payment system,"
Mr. Pindling Mid
He added, however, that
while U.S. dollar notes would
be exchanged for Bahamian
dollar notes on a one -fur-one
basis, there was a cost involved
to the banks
Police told The Tribune l.iU
this afternoon that Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Spencer are waiting
at I heir home in Lucaya to
hear from the kidnappers.
The family was at their
Albacore Drive home at about
8:15 last nighl when the two
masked men, armed with
pistols, held them up and made
their getaway in Mr. Spencer's
Chevrolet car. They demanded
$250,000 from Mr. Spencer,
manager of the Royal Bank of
Canada in Freeport, but gave
no immediate instructions on
how delivery of the cash was to
be made.
Police said that although no
part of the men's bodies were
visible, they are believed to be
black Bahamians.
The Tribune was asked not
to telephone the Spencers for
further details on last night's
incident.
FULL SPEED
ASP Grafton Ifill said
"police are investigating at full
speed. Everyone is on the job.
He declined to discuss
whatever leads the police might
be following up.
It is the second time in just
over a year that the Spencer
family has been through such
an ordeal.
On January 14 last year an
armed American forced his
way into the Spencer home,
held the family and three
guests at gun-point and ordered
Mr. Spencer to fetch $300,000
from the Royal Bank When
armed police arrived on the
scene shots were exchanged
and the gunman took off in a
car owned by the family
carrying Mrs. Joan Spencer
with him. Mrs. Spencer jumped
from the moving car as it swept
around a comer, making her
escape after a 15-minute
nightmare.
'Hold wages for 6
months- says PM
PRIME MINISTER Lynden
Pindling last night called on the
Bahamian public to hold the
line on wages and salaries for
six months, while at the same
time assuring them the
government would do its best
to prevent any profiteering.
Addressing the nation on
Radio Bahamas, Mr. Pindling
warned that although the
Bahamian dollar' had been
devalued to parity with the
U.S. dollar, the country could
not afford to relax.
"We have to bear down and
squee/.e every ounce Of
advantage out of this situation
both on the foreign front and
on the domestic front." he
said.
On the foreign front the
government would be pushing
its tourism and other exports
"with all the vigor at its
command.
On the domestic front, the
Prime Minister said, the
government realised that some
traders would seek to take
advantage of the situation and
increase prices.
Because of this it would
endeavour to prevent any
profiteering and at the same
time wanted to urge the public
to contact and co-operate with
Ihe Prices Commission on any
known increases in prices.
Comtinued the Prime
Minister: "1 also feel that we
must endeavour to hold the
line as near as we can on wages
and salaries for say, six
months, until we sec how the
international situation settles
down."
Danish training ship in port
THE TRAINING SHIP
Danmark, which arrived in
Nassau yesterday morning to
launch Danish Week in the
Bahamas, will be open to the
public from 2 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Sunday. Under the
command of Capt. V. Hansen
the ship has a complement ot
19 officers and 80 ratings,
whose ages range from 15 to
18 years. Before boarding the
ship the young men
underwent a three-month
nautical course in Denmark.
They will be on board the
ship for six months. Before
arriving in Nassau the
square-rigged brig, built in
Copenhagen on December 19,
1933, stopped at the Cape
Verde Islands, the Canaries,
and the Virgin Islands. The
brig will sail on Monday or
Tuesday for Bermuda and
then the Azores. The 17,000
square foot ship has three
masts, 27 sails and is 789
tons.
PHOTO: Andrew Toogood
Blue Vista Hotel operators
agree to pay $2,500 a
week rent to landlords
By MIKE LOTHIAN
GRANITE ENTERPRISES OF CANADA Is to pay Expertise
Bahamas Limited a weekly rent of $2,500 for the Blue Vista
Hotel on Cable Beach until the dispute between the two
companies as to who owns the property has been settled by the
court.
ROBERT F.BALL
ROBERT BALL,
NEW GBPA
PRESIBENT
MR. ROBERT F. Ball was
this morning elected president
of the Grand Bahama Port
Authority to succeed John T.
Kimball, who has resigned the
post after holding it almost
three years, GBPA board
chairman C. Gerald Goldsmith
announced in a press release.
No explanation was given
for Mr. KimbaU's resignation.
He became president of the
Port Authority in May, 1970
on the retirement of Mr.
Wallace Groves.
Mr. BaU joined the GBPA in
1968 as president of Freeport
Power Company, a subsidiary
of the GBPA. He had also held
the post of president of the
Grand Bahama Utility
Company since June, 1969.
The GBPA release said Mr.
Ball was elected at the
February meeting of the GBPA
board of directors, held in
Freeport this morning.
Mr. Kimball, it was said,
"will continue as a member of
Ihe board and will be pursuing
specific assignments as directed
by the board."
GBPA treasurer Donald
delaRue was elected to
membership on the board at
this morning's meeting.
ROBBED & PISTOL
WHIPPED IN MIAMI
MR. JOHN WANKLYN of
Nassau, who was at the
International Rent-a-Car office,
Le Jeune Road, Miami when it
was held up last night, was
"robbed and pistol-whipped."
This was reported from
Miami by Mr. Arnie Warren
over radio station WGBS this
morning.
Although Mr. Wanklyn is
now back in Nassau, his wife
said today that her husband
did not want to comment
further on the incident. II is
not known what ml stolen
from Mr. Wanklyn.
The Rent-a-Car office, which
is located at 2900 Le Jeune
Road, was held up and robbed
of $2,400.
CORRECTION
AND APOLOGY
THF REPORT in last night's
Tribune that Mr John Sunley
was convicted of possession
of marijuana was totalls
incorrect.
We tender to Mr. Sunley our
unqualified apology for the
error.
Expertise had applied for an
injunction to restrain Granite
from entering or remaining on
the premises.
The parties have now agreed
that the injunction will be
stayed in return for the
payment of rent, Mr Justice
1.lines Smith was told in the
Supreme Court this morning.
Appearing in court for
Expertise were attorneys Ralph
Seligman and Julian Maynard.
while attorney Roy Henderson
represented Granite. Mr.
Seligman addressed the court
first.
"This is a summons for an
interlocutary injunction. The
plaintiff (Expertise) is the
owner of a hotel known as the
Blue Vista Hotel. The hotel
was in fact purchased by the
plaintiffs from Lambourne
Investments Limited about
October, 1971," Mr. Seligman
said.
DISPUTE
"A dispute his arisen out of
series of agreements between
the plaintiffs and the
defendants whereby the
defendants agreed to take a
lease on the hotel from the
plaintiffs and also purchase the
hotel.
"For reasons which I shall
mention later, "Mr. Seligman
continued, "it is not necessary
at this stage to go into the
details of those agreements
"Briefly, as a result of the
agreements the plaintiffs at one
stage were operating the hotel
as agents for the defendants
even though the plaintiffs were
the landlords and Ihe
defendants were the tenants
"A certain dispute took
place and my clients were
ejected from the premises, as a
result of which a writ was
issued on December 20, 1972
claiming return of possession
of the premises, claiming an
injunction, a declaration and
damages.
"In the present summons for
ID interlocutary injunction,
the plaintiff asks the court I hat
the defendant be restrained
whether by itself or by its
FUNERAL SERVICE
FUNERAL services lor Mrs.
Olive Maria Roker of Balfour
Avenue will be held tomorrow
,ii 1 30 p.m at the Church of
God of Prophecy, East Street,
and will be conducted by
Bishop Alvin S. Moss,
Commonwealth Overseer.
She is survived by two sons,
James and John, two daughters
Mrs Carolyn Pearce and Mrs.
Esther Bain, one brother, Mr.
Laurence Pennerman of
Nassau, two sisters, Mrs. Laura
Miller and Mrs. Beatrice
Edwards of New York City, 21
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
agents. licensees.
or otherwise
from entering or
on the plaintiff's
or v r 'lion
servants,
invitees
howsoever
remaining
said premises
thereof.
"The summons also asks lor
costs.
AGREEMENT
"I am happy to inform the
court," Mr. Seligman went on,
"that your Lordship will not
be troubled by a determination
as I and my learned friend Mr.
Henderson, on behalf of our
clients, have come to an
agreement which asks your
Lordship for an order in the
terms of the summons with the
exception of costs."
He said the agreement
arrived at was "that the
injunction be stayed on terms,
vis, that the defendant on or
before Monday. February 19,
pay to the defendants the sum
of $29,000 in respect of rental
in respect of the period
October 10. 1972 to Monday.
Feb. 19. That will represent a
tentatively agreed rental of
$2,500 per week for the period
Oct. 10 Feb. 19 and will
include a week's rental in
advance for the week ending
Sunday, Feb 25.
"On every succeeding
Monday thereafter the
defendants wUI pay a further
sum of $2,500, until
determination by this court of
Ihe issues in the action
unless, of course, the parties
come to terms prior to the trial
of the action
"But in default of any such
payment the injunction is then
immediately to issue.
HAPPY
"I might add that I am very
happy that we have been able
to agree to terms," Mr.
Seligman concluded.
Mr. Henderson indicated his
agreement with what Mr.
Seligman had said, except that
the $2,500 weekly payments
represent $2,000 rent and
$500 for utilities payment
He asked, and Mr. Seligman
agreed, that the order included
seven days' grace on each
payment before the injunction
takes effect.
Mr Justice Smith
commented that "I am glad to
hear the parties have reached
some measure of agreement."
No date for hearing the
action on ownership has
been set.
INDEPENDENCE
REPORT ON SALE
yet
PRINTED copies of the
Report of the Bahamas
Independence Conference
1972 went on sale Friday in
the Publications Office on
Bank Lane.
CLINICS FOR
CRIPPLEB
CHILDREN TO
BE WEEKLY
THE CKII'I'l I I) Children's
Committee and the
Professional Committee for the
treatment of physically
handicapped children
announced today that the first
of regular weekly orthopaedic
clinics will be held at the
Pnncess Margaret Hospital on
Thursday.
Appointments for these
clinics can arranged at
convenient dates through the
Community nursing Service
which will continue to
supervise the attendance of the
children.
In the past, clinics at the
hospital were conducted twice
yearly. These clinics wer.
supported by the Crippled
Children's Committee, which
was disbanded by its chairman.
Sir Eticnne Dupuch, in
September 1972 when he left
the Bahamas. Following Sir
Etienne's announcement that
the fund for Crippled Children
would be closed and the clinics
terminated. two new
committees were formed with
the cooperation of the Ministry
of Health to continue the care
and treatment of the physically
handicapped children of the
Bahamas
The Crippled Children's
Committee was reconstituted
with the active support of
many members of the former
committee and a new
professional committee wa
organised consisting of senior
medical staff of the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
"The formation of these
committees was completed and
made known to the public-
through the press in November
1972," the release said.
The chairman of the
professional committee said
that "for many years tl ere
were no adc*i ties .n
Ihe Bahamas for the proper
eare of physically handicapped
children. Two clinics a yeat
were conducted during that
period by visiting American
doctors and technicians and
many children were
subsequently sent to Miami for
further treatment. The
facilities and staff of the
Princess Margaret Hospital have
greatly expanded since that
time and only in very
infrequent cases will it be
necessary for children to travel
overseas for treatment
"The members of both the
Crippled Children's Committee
and the Professional
Committee recognise the
excellence of the work done by
the American surgeons in the
past and hope that their
experience can be retained in
an honorary consullory
capacity," the release
continued.
"There is still no facility for
the provision of orthopaedic
appliances in the Bahamas and
these will have to be purchased
abroad by the Crippled
ChUdren's Committee. In order
to obtain appliances in an
efficient and economic manner
for the new clinical
programmes. various
orthopaedic appliance firms,
including Mr Arthur
Finnieston's who had
previously sold appliances to
the CCC. have been
approached and asked to
submit quotes for services and
to discuss the most effective
means by which their services
can be provided in the
Bahamas After discussion by
the committees, the most
suitable firm will be selected,"
the release said
"'The Professional
Committee of the CCC met last
Monday and agreed
unamimously that, with Ihe
new arrangements, the valuable
work performed by the
previous CCC can be
continued, expanded and
improved. Ihe marvellous
support given by the public in
the past in -still needed and the
results of Ihe raffle recently
held are an indication of this
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QUIET SHATTERED DOGFIGHTS IN WINTRY SKIES
II I. AVIV (Al'l The quiet of Ihc Middle last was shattered on two
fronts Thursday as Isurli and I gyplian syarplancs battled M|t 0l the
I .ill ..I Sue and Syrian and Israeli gunners exchanged artillery lire lo the
north.
llM Israelis .Tanned thes knnsked down one Soviet built MI(;2I ol the
I gyplian air force. Cairo laid it downed one Israeli art m the dogfight in
. skies above the (tulf that separates the two hostile sides.
The Military Command in Tel Aviv said no luaeli plane was hit.
I I he Command did not lay what type or how many Israeli planes
KM mv.Jved, but the Israeli frontline fighter is the American built
I'll II, full! | 4.
It was Hal In-t aerial clash l.etwren Israel and r.gypl in eight months and
only Ihc second since the U.S. sponsoced Middle hast cease Tire look effect
in August 1970.
Id.' nKiJ.nl ...uld give impetus to the talks between Premier (.olda
Ml ' .iinl l'r.'sul.-nl Nixon in Washington nest month.
Its Israeli iininl. the Igyplian. have losi 115 planes since Ihe 1967
Middle I kI Waf, Compared with Israel's 17.
PREDICTS VS. AID TO N. VIET WILL COME
WASHINGTON (Al'l Secretary of State Rogers has reiterated hit
nli .ease fire in Laos He said today he hopes and
... .id..111 before he leaves for the 13-nation
rancc i" Paris an Hat and ol HUamonlb He said there
lilt) getting ( .ingress to approve post war aid to North
ml, but he pre.li. I, il ss ill come
I he believes c.ingress will okay peacetime reconstruction
: I .11 .1 ladochlna He told .1 Washington newt conference
rka mil......is do not mean the peace accord hat broken
down.
PLOT TO SEIZE AMMAN IN HUSSEINS ABSENCE
BEIRUT (Al*) A Iteirul newspaper rerepnets that security forces have
,i.i piartMaa lo sei/r control of the Jordanian
.1 Amman *MH. lowbll"! King Hutsein wat in the United States
The new-tpaper "An Nahar" tays the plot wat organized by Hack
her Ihe radical organization retponsible for Ihe massacre of Israeli
Ml at the Munich Olympic.
Hie nawipapai eaUi Ihe plot to seize Amman "the most daring guerrilla
I'l.imied in jn Arab capital". King Hussein it vacationing in
with Ihv bud' after an official visit to Washington. The Jordanian
I In I Mldon says Ihe King will go directly to Jordan from the
!l but aJds that he won't leave the U.S. for a week or ao.
US$ steadies in ROGERSSAYSU.S.
_, WON'T ABANDON
Europe; crisis
coming to end
NATO OR SEATO
By Fred Cole man
LONDON (AP) The U.S. dollar steadied on Europe's money
markets Thursday for the first time since it was devalued Monday
night, suggesting that the world monetary crisis of the past two
weeks is coming to an end.
<76 AIRPORTS POST SECURITY GUARDS
TON A new federal Aviation Administration airport
rule is in effect as of 12:01 a.m. local time today. The rule
ihe .1.(iinning of police officers at all passenger-screening and
Inspection points. The I .A.A. says a preliminary check shows that
thi 504 airports served by regular airlines are planning to comply
with trV Inc. ItVI
The Airport Operators owe! International had contested the new rule
In ill,- ,uiifts. ;ind ytaatarday the Council lost a petition to a
iJtte panel of Ihe U.S. Circuit Court off Appeals. The P. A. A. has
ruled armed police are necessary to provide authority for airline personnel
worldnf <> prevent hijackings and sabotage.
THIRTYFOUR COLOMBIAN STOWAWAYS ON CHILEAN SHIP
!A< KSONVILLE, FLA KM?. 16 (AP) US customs officials say they
red H Colombian stowaways Thursday hiding in bunkers made of
coffee bean sacks board the small Chilean freighter, Acacongua.
limn two men and two young boys survived the sis day trip by
snitching win*?, garlic and melons from the ship's stores, officials said.
Several, who had apparently tippled loo much wine and got into a
tight, were discovered several days Drawling in the cargo hold after the ship
left a Colombian port, officials said.
Custom* agents searched the boat for a total of seven hours before they
were able |o find all the stowaways, a spokesman said. He described their
hideouts as crude bunkers made of wood and coffee bean sacks apparently
made by sympathetic stevedores in Colombia.
ELECTRONIC SPYING DEVICE IN COMMITTEE ROOM
WASHINGTON (AP) A device described as "a sophisticated
transmitter with self contained microphone and batteries" has been
red m the main hearing room of the U.S. House of Representatives
foreign Affairs Committee
Chairman Thomas B. Morgan, D Pa., said the device was found last
Monday on lop of a table in the committee room. LastThursday, the room
scene of a public hearing for Secretary of State William P. Rogers.
Morgan said the device was turned over to State Department security
personnel and subsequently to the Federal bureau of Investigation.
Morgan said a search of the committee rooms was made Wednesday but
no other similar devices were found.
4te described the instrument as a pouket-sire rectangular steel box
it> remote control devices used by telephone companies to notify
Iranaltfll personnel to contact their offices.
M rAMES IN US TO DISCUSS TRADE PROBLEMS
WASHINGTON (AP) Sir Christopher Soames' talks here are "much
.nhsiantin' than expected." a source close to the Vice President of
the Kuropean Common Market said Thursday.
Although So.ums is not here to negotiate, he was urged by his American
convenMtiofl partners Thursday lo meet halfway the U.S. request for a
atlsfaciOf) solution of outstanding trade problems urgently, preferably
the U.S. government submits its trade bill to Congress.
Soatnci had a series of talks Thursday, starting early in the morning with
I ianagan, President Nixon's Assistant on International Trade, and
proceeding to the Stale Department for meetings with Assistant Secretary
ol State Walter Stoessel and Under Secretary for Economic Affairs William
I (
Later Soames attended a roundtabk conference with Casey, Deputy
tar) ol Stale Kenneth Rush. Stoessel and Willis C. Arr-'strong.
Assistant Secretary for Kconomic Affairs.
Soames (hen met alone with Rush, the number two man in the State
Department, and lunched with Secretary of State William P. Rogers.
RAPED MOTHER THEN KILLED 2 CHILDREN
MONI SSI.N. PA (AP) A teen-ager raped and beat a woman In her
apartment Thursday, then killed her two children by kicking them and
hurling them ugainst a wall, police said.
The Westmoreland County District Attorney's office said John Veltrie,
16, was arrested after Ihe incident and charged with murder. Police said he
lived in the same apartment building.
The children, identified as Tina May Morgan, 3 months, and her
Id sister Sandra, suffered severe head and brain injuries. They were
dead on arrival at a hospital.
The mother, Alys N. Morgan, was transferred from a local hospital to
Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, where authorities said she was in satisfactory,
condition with multiple injuries, including a possible broken neck.
Police said there weie indications that Mrs. Morgan knew the defendant.
luii ihe> said the) .liJ not know whal precipitated tin- at tact
TOLD TO CUT HAIR BUT KILLS MOTHER INSTEAD
ANCONA. ITALY (Al'l A 13 year old boy killed hit mother, who had
told him to net a haircut, wounded his sister, then committed suicide,
police vn.1 Kriday.
Police taid Ciuseppina Scamonea. 8, Ihe only eyewitnett lo Ihe tragedy,
told them hit brother Vincenzo went berserk when hit mother, /elmira.
and his sister 26-year-old Anna Maria insitted he should cut hit hair thorl
at he used lo wear it until a few monlht ago. *
"No. I won't cut my hair. If you intitt. 111 shoot you," Gluseppina
quoted Vincen/o at saying.
He left ihe room but returned thortly wearing the gunbell or hit father,
a game warden, and started firing Ihe pistol. Hit mother died inttantly. A
bullet hit Anna Maria in the back while Uiuteppina hid under a bed in an
adjoining room. Then, Vincen/o levelled the pittol at hit temple and killed
himself. Police taid he Tired 14 bullets in all.
Bunkers and other financial
sources interviewed here
warned that a number of
uncertainties remain which
could well keep money
markets unsettled for the next
few days or even weeks. But
none predicted a further crisis
selling wave of dollars in the
immediate future such as the
one last week which forced
Washington to devalue.
l-oreign exchange dealers
said there were signs that
money markets were asjusting
lo the dollar's new exchange
rates after the 10 per cent
devaluation. These rates
include a permitted high or
ceiling level, a central level of
parity, and a permitted low or
floor level.
Most of the world's leading
foreign exchange markets were
closed Monday and Tuesday.
When they reopened
Wednesday, ihe devalued dollar
started generally at the new
ceiling rates and moved more
or less steadily down. But in
much of Europe on Thursday
the dollar began moving back
up toward the new ceiling
rates.
The dollar improved in
Frankfurt, London, Paris
Amsterdam and Milan. It fell in
Brussels, Zurich and Tokyo.
The generally steady pattern,
however, was the dollar's best
daily performance this month.
Gold, however, hit record
highs in Europe for the second
straight day.
OMINOUS
"An ominous sign," a
French banker said.
"Confidence hasn't yet been
fully restored."
Normally, a rapidly rising
gold price is a sign of lagging
confidence in the value of
paper money. In major
European centres gold jumped
more than a dollar an ounce
Thursday to close at record
highs of $73.37 in Zurich,
$73.62 in London and $75.28
in Paris.
A rise in gold prices,
however, had been generally
expected as one result of the
dollar devaluation. It remained
to be seen whether the gold
market activity by itself would
touch off more monetary
trouble.
Financial sources listed these
other unertajnties still affecting
money markets:
(1) Unconfirmed reports
from Tokyo said the Japanese
yen, floating outside fixed
exchange rates since the dollar
devaluation, would be refixed
at a new parity in April. These
reports said the new yen parity
would represent a revaluation
of 15 to 20 per cent. The
dollar closed Thursday in
Tokyo at 264 yen, representing
16.7 per cent revaluation of
the Japanese currency. The
rumours from Tokyo could
keep up pressure on the dollar
until the 20 per cent
revaluation figure is reached.
But this would not necessarily
affect dollar exchange rates
significantly in Europe.
(2) reports from Milan said
Italian authorities may devalue
the lira this weekend. Although
this added uncertainty to
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unlikely by itself to have much
effect on the dollar.
(3) Continued doubt was
expressed in financial circles on
whether the U.S. devaluation
would work and erase the
cause of the currency crisis, the
high U.S. balance of paymenls
deficit. Arguments on this
point, however, are likely to
continue for the next year or
more, whether money markets
are steady or nervous.
Another cause of
uncertainty was the fact thai
the speculators and money
managers of international
corporations who sold billions
of dollars for marks and other
strong currencies during the
crisis, have not yet bought
back devalued dollars and
taken their profits.
"Nobody is getting out of
marks yet," a London currency
dealer said.
One reason for this is that
speculation believe they can
still tap bigger profits. The gap
between the floor and ceiling
exchange rates for the dollar
and the mark is 4.5 per cent.
The current rate is near the
ceiling. By keeping money in
marks for the time being, the
speculators stand a chance that
the rate will come down
toward the permitted floor. In
that way they can increase
their profits by 4 per cent or
so.
Some dealers here say there
is evidence speculators are still
borrowing dollars to exchange
for marks. They can do this
because interest rates on
borrowed money are on a
yearly basis. It can cost less
than 1 per cent to borrow
money for a month and the
speculator stands to make 4
per cent back if the dollar
moves down further against the
mark.
In Frankfurt, Ottnar
Emminger, director of the West
German state bank, conceded
that there had not yet been a
noticable outflow of dollars
from Germany since the
devaluation, the key sign that
speculators are taking profits.
But Emminger predicted there
would be such a dollar outflow
"soon."
In London, the dollar
improved against the pound,
which closed at $2.46
Thursday, down from $2.4645
Wednesday.
POWS SAY THEY
'LIVED ON LOYALTY'
TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASK.
California (AH) Operation
Homecoming poured a steady
itream of freed US. prtsoneri of war
into their homeland Thursday. One
arrival said they "lived on loyalty"
to their country during the dark
days in Communist captivity.
Tears welled in the eyes of the
first man back Thursday. Navy
Capt. James B. Stockdale. as he
thanked his countrymen for then*
loyalty to Americans held cuptlve
for years in Vietnam.
Limping off from the first of two
planes arriving from Clark Air Base
in the Philippines Thursday, he
said, "the men who follow me
down that ramp know what loyalty
means because they have been
living with loyalty, living on
loyalty, the past several years."
WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary
of State William I'. Rugers said
Thursday the United States will not
abandon the Southeast Asia Treaty
Organization or NATO.
But he told news conference that
some rethinking of programmes and
whether lo continue SEATO in iis
present form is called for as the
result of changing conditions.
The Secretary said:
the United Slates has stepped
up its behind the-scenes diplomatic
acllvfltsM aimed at bringing about
direct or indirect negotiation*
between the rival parlies in the
Middle Fast.
contrary to indications from
Stale Department officials earlier
this week, there is no formal link
between Ihe U.S. balance oftrade
deficits and the question of keeping
up U.S. force levels in Western
F.urope.
While Congressional and U.S.
domestic attitudes are affected by
the imbalance in trade. Rogers said,
the matter of American troops in
Western Kurope deals with security.
"There is no linkage between the
two. certainly in any formal sense.
and certainly in any discussions we
are going to have with our allies."
he said.
AID TO HANOI
The question of postwar aid to
Norlh Vietnam and Ihe attitude ol
Congress toward it came up several
limes during Roger*'* meeiine with
reporters, his first such news
conference here in half a year.
The Secretary had been given
notice by House foreign affairs
committee members during his
appearance there a week ago that
there would be Congressional
resistance to any headlong push by
the Nixon administration into
aiding the erstwhile Communist
enemy.
"I realize (he difficulty were
going to face in dealing with
Congress on this issue." Rogers
said.
He added it was understandable
thai there would be opposition to
U.S. assistance to North Vietnam,
particularly after a bitter war. and
especially when "we are not able to
do everything we wanl to do at
home."
But "we believe it's a good
investment" in peace, and "1
believe its (Congress') attitude will
change" after the administration
submits aid proposals dislgned to
promote postwar peace In
Southeast Asia. Rogers said.
Postwar economic aid is
mentioned in a general way in the
Vietnam peace agreement, but the
administration has yet lo spell out
exactly what it has in mind for a
long-term reconstruction
programme for Ihe war-torn
Indochinese stales.
Rogers said the Vietnam
peace-guaranty conference, which
opens in Paris Feb. 26 will be going
into the aid question inasmuch as
the peace agreement deals in part
with economic reconstruction.
Presidenlial adviser Henry A.
Kissinger also agreed, during his
just-completed visit to Hanoi, to a
U.S.-North Vietnamese joint
economic commission to deal with
postwar aid.
CHINA RELATIONS
Concerning Kissinger's current
discussions with Chinese leaders in
Peking, Rogers said, "we have
expectations of improvement in our
relations with (he People's Republic
of China."
He did not go into detail but
noted that U.S.-Chinese trade and
exchanges of visitors iiave been
increasing.
As for Nationalist China, he said
It Is still too early to consider
cutting down the size of American
forces on Taiwan.
Rogers also said, "I think
relations will improve" with India.
Washington-New Delhi relations
plummeted at the time of the
India-Pakistan war in December
1971. A new U.S. ambassador,
Daniel P. Moynihan, recently was
named lo represent Ihe United
States in Ihe Indian capital.
Rogers said the Southeast Asia,
Treaty Organization (SEATO)
should be retained. but he
suggested some changes would be
appropiate in Ihe setup and method
of operation.
SEATO. the security pact for
Southeast Asia of which the United
Stales was a founding member in
1954, was oflen referred to during
the Vietnam War as one of Ihe
commitments which reqired Ihe
United States to aid South
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Communists object to
UN chief as chairman
of peace conference
By Arthur L. Cavshon
LONDON (AP) East-West differences emerged Thursday over
Ihe coming Vietnam peace talks. Communist countries are
objecting to United Nations Secrelary-Ceneral Kurt Waldheim as
conference chairman.
Diplomats of countries due
to altcnd Ihe Paris meeting
beginning Feb. 26. reported:
the United States, backed
by most of the other five
non-Communist participants,
suggested informally that
Waldheim. as the only true
neutral, should preside over the
conference. This would imply,
as it was meant lo. that the
world body should have an
active and continuing role in
the peacekeeping process
North Vietnam, similarly
supported by most of the other
five Communist participants,
countered by proposing the
chairmanship should be shared
on alternate days by the
delegates of Hanoi and
Washington. This would avoid,
among other things, imposing
an undue strain not only on
Waldheim personally but on
the United Nations ilself
The issue, along with other
problems of conference
organization, has yet to be
resolved.
The informants, meantime,
reported talk among the 13
participants of following up
the peacemaking conference in
Paris with another parley
one to be devoted exclusively
to the reconstruction of
Vietnam and other parts of
Indochina.
In this second projected
conference, a big role is
envisaged for Japan, which
most countries think could and
should play a major part in the
work of Indochinese
rehabilitation. Japan has been
miffed, sources said, about
being excluded from the Paris,
talks.
Some of these problems,
according to expectations here,
perhaps are in the process of
being straightened out
following the talks Henry
Kissinger has been having in
Hanoi with North Vietnamese
leaders. President Nixon's
adviser on National Security
Affairs at the moment is in
Peking covering, presumably,.
Security Affairs at the moment
is in Peking covering,
presumably, some of the same
ground.
Informants gave this version
of the main issue which will
confront the Vietnam Peace
Conference in Paris:
(1) A general endorsement
of the cease-fire pact
negotiated by the United
States and North Vietnam.
(2) A general definition of
the conference's own tasks and
standing. This will include a
formal takeover of the
responsibilities bequeathed, in
the Vietnam context, by the
1954 Geneva Conference over
which Ihe British and Russians
presided.
(3) A general declaration
indicating whether the
conference itself, or the United
Nations, or a combination of
both is to be the authority
charged with the final
responsibility of insuring
adherence to the cease-fire.
The four-nation commission
controlling the truce, for
instance, will need a
supervising authority to which
to report and from which to
seek guidance if disagreements
arise.
(4) A general decision
providing for an orderly
international process of
reconstruction in Vietnam and
Ihe rest of Indochina. This may
well lead to the convening of a
new conference devoted to
that one task.
(5) A general examination of
the way the Vietnam
settlement can be
internationally guaranteed. The
British already have advised the
Nixon administration their
own role will in no way
resemble the active part they
played in 1954. Their
contribution, materially and
politically, will be minimal.
BAILED THEN
IMMEDIATELY REARRESTED
STOCKHOLM (AP)-Swedish
prostitutes posing as 'models' have
formed their own trade union 'to
protect their rights in business and
social matters', the semi-official
Swedish domestic news agency TT
said in a report published Friday.
The first constitutional meeting
of the new union membership
107 members so far was held
Thursday night at a secret suburban
hideout. Rules and a board were
agreed on.
CATHOLICS SEEK
TALKS WITH CRAIG
IH N.IRELAND
BELFAST (AP)- Roman Catholic
leaders asked Thursday lo meet
with Protestant hardliner Wdli.im
Craig and his men for crucial talks
on Northern Ireland's 'uture.
signalling major political
breakthrough after 3H years ol
sectarian feuding.
The Social Democratic and
Labour Party said it sought U*
meeting because it wanted to talk
with "broad-based bffMiroOji
Unionist opinion".
Prospects looked good In th-
meeting, which would be the firtt
formal summit between politician
from the rival communities sine
the violence erupted in 1969.
Craig welcomed Ihe invitation
and Stanley Morgan, secretary of
the Ulster Loyalist Council.
umbrella command for the
province's militant Protestant
organizations, said Ihe move would
be urgently considered.
The Social Democrats' dramatic
move came only three days after
Craig dropped a political bombshell
by proposing Northern Irel.tn.l
should become an independent
Dominion where Catholics and
Protestants could live together in
peace.
I rant's proposal was a major
stepdown by Ihe man once
considered the most diehard pt
Protestant militants, a man ready to
"shoot to kill" to keep Northern
Ireland within the United Kingdom
It brought immediate
condemnation from Protestant
'loyalists'.
But it struck a responsive chord
with Social Democrats. tru-
province's biggest Catholic parly,
which has often been identified
with the campaign to unite the
province with the neighbouring
Irish Republic.
That bitter campaign,
spearheaded by the outlawed Irish
Republican Army, has been a major
factor in keeping the sectarian
violence going.
That violence continued to
simmer Thursday. But the Social
Democrat initiative raised hopes the
grassroots politicians were finalK
getting ready to bury Ihe hat chat
and find a way out of the blooih
impasse.
Both sides cautioned that a wide
gulf remains between them, (rji,
said: "The areas of differences
remain tremendously great, but the
beginning of real political activity
will inspire hope."
The Social Democrat imh.itix
followed a secret Belfast meeting
about 10 days ago between Crai
former provincial home affairs
minister John Taylor and Catholic
moderates John Hume and Ivan
Cooper.
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Nuluus Addictus Juraw: In Vebba Macistm
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LEON E. H. DVrUCH. Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ET1ENNE DUPUCH, OB.E.. K.C.S.G.. D.Llll.. LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 191 71972
Contributing Editor 1972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M Sc, B.A., LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Prizes galore for Heart Ball patrons
EDITORIAL
Gone i a rich heritage
By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE BAHAMAS will break its close tie with Britain when it
goes into independence in July.
Now, too late, Prime Minister Pindling is discovering that
independence for a small country like the Bahamas can be an
expensive business .. a further financial burden on the Bahamian
people who have already been plunged hopelessly into debt by
the present Government.
But the Bahamian people will suffer a still greater loss when
they cease to be a close member of the British family.
'"The man," wrote Sir Thomas Overbury, "who has not
anything to boast of but his illustrious ancestors is like a potato
the only good belonging to him is underground."
Britain has been a mother to the Bahamas but she is not to be
regarded in the sense meant by Sir Thomas in his observation on
ancestry because Britain is still vibrantly alive.
There is a thought in Helen Keller's essay on man that I
associate with the British character. Britain has been in the
melting pot for years but daily she emerges pure, unadulterated
gold ... no dross.
In her essay Helen Keller wrote:
"The very fact that we are still here carrying on the contest
against the hosts of annihilation proves that on the whole the
battle has gone for humanity.
"The world's great heart has proved equal to the prodigious
undertaking which God set it.
"Rebuffed, but always persevering; self-reproached, but ever
regaining faith; undaunted, tenacious, the heart of man labours
towards immeasurably distant goals.
"Discouraged, not by the difficulties without, or the anguish
of ages within, the heart listens to a secret voice that whispers:
'Be not dismayed; in the future lies the Promised Land'."
That's Britain!

This thought came to my mind today while I was having lunch
with a Bahamian friend of the old school. When I say "old
school" 1 mean a man in my age bracket.
We oldsters are steeped in the British tradition and have not
been poisoned by the evil influences that permeate life in the
Western hemisphere today. I suppose the younger generation has
been infected by association. They have lost the values that made
our British heritage an invaluable possession.
"It's really distressing," my friend commented, "but almost
every time you open an American newspaper it carries a report of
a major case of corruption in the fabric of government. Crime and
immorality seem to be a way of life in the nation. The Supreme
Court's new ruling on abortion is a shocker. Small wonder so
little value it placed on human life in this country".
After a pause he added: "1 am struck by the fact that one
never hears of corruption in the British Government or the British
Civil Service."
This is true.
The British Government is human. So is the Civil Service. And
so they are both fallible. Certainly there must have been cases of
dishonesty from time to time somewhere in the structure but I
have never heard of any.
This is because the British code is still very rigid. As 1 have
often said in this column, there can be no real freedom where
there is no discipline. The British are a disciplined race.
There are numerous cases of an important British public nun
disappearing from public view for an action that would be treated
lightly in many parts of the world.
1 will give you one example. The case of War Minister
Profumo's involvement with a common woman in 1963. He tried
to cover up when the question was raised in the House of
Commons.
This man was not only forced into immediate retirement ... his
action brought down the MacMillan Government in a general
election that followed this incident. Profumo's name is never
mentioned any more in political circles. It is as though he were
dead.
Since then Teddy Kennedy was involved in what appears to
have been a far more serious affair with a woman but he is still
riding high in the public life of America and there are many
Americans who openly say he will be President of the U.S. one
day ... if not in the next presidential election in 1977, then in the
one following in 1981.
Boy ... this is somciiung that could never happen in Britain.
It is amazing how little importance is attached to honesty in
public places in some parts of the world.
Some years ago I was talking with a South American. 1 was
emphasizing the importance of honesty in public places. He
looked at me with a feeling of pity.
"Eh, eh, Dupuch," he commented, "if you tie a horse to a
post ain't you expect him to graze?"
It would seem that in Central and South America ... and
especially in Haiti ... public men are expected to feather their
own nests. This is especially true of Haiti. People complain only
when a President steals too much. They expect him to fatten on
the public ox but they want him to leave some pickings for
someone else.
Seems to me that a Governor in the U.S. ... I think it was
Massachusetts in Boston ... went to prison for a dishonest act
some years ago. He continued to hold the office of Governor
while he was in prison. And he was re-elected to the post when
his time expired!
I sometimes fear that America, upon whom the world must
rely for protection from the anti-Christ Communist invasion, is
now showing signs in its national life that preceded the decay and
downfall of the Roman Empire.
*
I Certainly people in the Bahamas have lost touch with their
Biim-.1i heritage.
I Everywhere today some members of the present Government
ire being accused of bribery and corruption ... on the floor of the
House, on public platforms, in the press and among small groups
gathered at street corners. It was hoped that Britain would have
appointed a Royal Commission to investigate these reports before
agreeing to independence for the islands.
Certainly there are many things in the conduct of public affairs
today that point in this direction, but nothing seems to make any
impression on the present generation of our people In many
cases they seem to glory in unfairness, injustice and what 1 regard
as brazen dishonesty.
What they will find out ... too late, alas ... is that when a
people reach this stage of moral decay, it is the beginning of the
llll WiiMI VS Committee
for the ninth annual Heart Ball
announced today that through
the generosity of local
merchants each table will have
a valuable gift instead of the
usual door prizes. This means
that one out of every ten
people attending the Ball will
take home one of the following
print
Futura Gentleman's Sports
Watch from Alpina; Set of
Moss Agate Cufflinks from
Armour-Winston Ltd. of
London; Six cases of Bacardi
Rum from Bacardi St.
Company, three magnums of
Chattel Hejdttock Champagne
from Bahama Blenders Ltd ;
Gifl Certificate from Bahama
Quality Supermarkets; Solid
Brass Tray from Brass A
Leather Shop; dinner for two
persons including wine at the
Bridge Inn; Dinner for four
persons at Bucna Vista. Nina
Ricci "Coeur Joic" Eau de
Toilette from Calypso Gift
Shop; I4K Gold Rink from
Caribbean Carousel; "Charles
of the Ritz" Beauty Treasure
Box from C'arib Shop; Case of
Cold Duck from Stanton P.
Chea Ltd.; Costume Jewellery
pin from Cole's of Nassau;
Hallmark Silver Antique Ladle
from Curio Shop, Shepherd's
Market, London; Dinner for
four persons at El Toro
Restaurant; Dinner for four
pBHOBI .H I mcrald Beach
Hotel. Sweater from The
English Shop; Ceramic Rooster
by Karl Ens from Francis Peek
Ltd.; Ladies evening belt from
Francise, Westinghouse electric
coffee percolator from John S
George A Co.; I8K gold and
emerald earrings from
Greenfire Emeralds of
Columbia; Dinner for two
persons at Halcyon Balmoral
Hotel, case of Cherry Heering
from Peter Heering.
Copenhagen, Gift Certificate
from Home Furniture; Ice
Bucket from House & Garden,
Carven and Givenchy Perfume
from Intercoastal Shops; I4K
heart-shaped Gold Pin from
John Bull; tortoise shell
necklace and earrings from
Johnson Brothers. Ltd., set of
Erinore linen placemats from
The Linen Shop; sand dollar
medallion from The Living
Thing, Dinner for four persons
and show at Le Cabaret
Theatre from Paradise Island
Ltd.; Six hand-painted silk
scarves from Madame Landais,
Paris; Desk Memo Pad from
Mademoiselle: Sunbeam
Electric Frying Pan from
Maura Lumber Company;
Dinner for two persons
including wine at Montagu
Beach Hotel; Dinner for four
persons at Nassau Beach Hotel;
LADY SASSOON,
Lloyd
Champion, vice-chairman of the ninth annual Heart Ball,
display the programme design of the diamond brooch
which will be raffled on Saturday, the night of the Heart
Ball for patrons of the ball only. A bust of Sir Victor
Sassoon is in the background. The annual charity event is to
raise funds for The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart
Foundation.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
SAYS FNM HAS CHANGED
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persons at Nassau Harbour
Club; "Swiza" clock from The
Nassau Shop, Avon gift
package "Birds of Pai I
from Nova Products Ltd.,
smoke detector from PDS
Alarm Systems (Bahamasl
Ltd., Visa De Robert Piguet
perfume from The Perfume
Shop, Dinner for two persons
at the Pilot House (Tub;
Ronson table lighter from Pipe
of Peace; Brierley Crystal Wine
Decanter from Solomon's
Mines, Dinner and golf for four
persons at Sonesta Beach
Hotel, Six turkeys from
Stanley VS. Albury & Sons
Ltd; Gift Certificate from G
R. Sweeting & Son; Phillips
Transistor Radio from Taylor
Industries. "Still Life" painting
from artist Thorn Lindros:
Hallmark silver pickle form
from Robin Wardaugh; gift
package "An Underwater
Introduction" from Yachts &
Boats Diver Supply; dinner
including wine for two persons
at South Ocean Beach Hold
courtesy of Ann, Lady
Orr-Lewis.
In addition to the donated
table prizes the Women's
Committee also announced
that each ball patron would
receive a gift package of ladies
"Spray Youth-Dew" Flacon
and gentlemen's Aramis' Spray
Cologne with the compliments
of Estee Lauder.
All members of the Women's
Committee will start work on
decorating the Crown Ballroom
of the Loews Paradise Island
Hotel & Villas, locale for the
ninth annual heart ball, on
Thursday 1 lie heart ball is
noted for ils decorations as
they are all hand made by the
Women's Committee. Cost of
the decorations is being
underwritten by Pearl A Dean
(Bahamas) Ltd.
In addition to the Meyei
Davis orchestra for dancing,
the Heart Ball patrons will be
entertained by Bahamian
entertainers Ronnie Bui lor and
The Ramblers at cocktails.
The event to raise funds for
The Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamas) Heart foundation is
under the patronage of His
Excellency the Governor and
Lady Paul, Prime Minister and
Mrs. Lynden O. Pindling and
the American Consul General
and Mrs Moncnel 1 Spear
Chairman of the Heart Ball
is Lady Sassoon and Mn)
Lloyd Champ ion is
lirman Men
Women's Committee ire Mn
CTeophas Adderiey, Mrs K
Imesi Barnes, Mr- lohn G
Baron Mrs M Oaklej
Bidweli. Mm ynton,
Mrs Gerald Cash Mrs David
Clarke, Mrs Lealie I !
Mrs Mion 1 Davit Mn
Edwin Deal. Mrs
Diffenderfer, Mr totdrew
Lsfakis, Mrs. Philip Farrington
Mrs. John Gallaway, Mrs
Maxim Gurnej Miss M
Kelly, Mrs Edward Reed
Laughlin. Mrs Ihornas
Marshall. Mrs Julian Maynard.
Mrs Clyde Minard, Mm
Benson McDermott, Ml
Seller. Mrs Ralph Selifntan,
Mrs John Smith. Mr- 1 rederk
Soldwcdel. Mrs Don S Wrmgle
and Mrs Edgar While
- HOTEL BIMI
Strategically located on 3 acre harbour entrance,
protected waterway, 50 boat slips, 24 room
hotel, 5 room staff quarters, cottage, apartment.
Shell service station, restaurant and bar, all fully
air-conditioned, 3 service buildings, repair
garage. This year round resort is the first stop
for yachtsmen and sport fishermen from Miami.
On paved road 3 miles from airport serviced
daily by Mackey and Out Island from Florida
and Nassau deserted beachs, crystal water. For
sale below investment value to settle estate.
Apply Buccaneer Point Limited,
N7788, Nassau or phone Nassau
Dimbleby.
P. O. Box
24500 Mr.
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in The
Tribune to say a few words to
Mr. Kendal Isaacs and the rest
of the people who now say
that we must accept
Independence.
Before the election the
F.N.M. was against
Independence and for that
reason more than 20 thousand
people voted F.N.M. But as
soon as the election was over
the F.N.M. seemed to be telling
us not to oppose Independence
because we wanted it too. I say
the F.N.M. has changed.
The people of Abaco have
not changed and we are proud
of Mr. Watkins and support the
stand he has taken to try to
protect our beloved Abaco.
Sometimes I wonder why
some people are against Abaco
staying with Great Britain. Of
course I do not have to wonder
long because I know the
answer. They are jealous
because they know that Abaco
could outshine the rest of an
Independent Bahamas.
The people of South Abaco
put Mr. Watkins in Parliament
because they knew he was the
best man for the job and as
long as he continues to do
what he was put there to do,
we will support him.
Mr. Isaacs, you can try to
sell your Independence
Formula in Fort Montagu, but
please do not send any of it to
Abaco.
Mr. Watkins will still be with
South Abaco long after the
F.N.M. has collapsed.
"MISS UNCHANGEABLE"
ManO'WarCay
Abaco,
Feb. 7, 1973.
NAVY BOYS
SAY THANKS
EDITOR, The Tribune.
HMS INTREPID leaves
Nassau on Tuesday morning at
000. During the four day stay
the hospitality that has been
offered by the people of New
Providence Island has been
overwhelming. I should like to
take this opportunity to thank
all those who have helped to
make HMS INTREPIDs visit
to Nassau so very enjoyable
We shall take away happy
memories of a very friendly
island.
CAPT.J. F. KIDD.R.M.
HMS Intrepid,
Feb. 12,1973
PALATIAL VILLA
IN SKYLINE HEIGHTS
end.
That scoundrel "Old Timer" is still playing games with me.
Cm my 74th birthday on February 16th he sent me the usual
mysterious card, bearing this message:
I'd love to ring your doorbell (
And call on you today
So we could chat
Of this and that
And I could warmly say......
Have a wonderful birthday!
This is exactly what I have been asking the old devil to do for
years ... come from behind his anonymity ... ring my doorbell ...
and let's sit down together and have a talk "of this and that".
It will be sad if one of us drops out one of these days without
my being able to shake the hand of a friend of my childhood
days.
I sometimes wonder if he is afraid to reveal his identity for
political reasons.
It is possible that he ... or members of his family ... are in a
position where they can be hurt by the Government.
I am conscious of the fact that any association with me can be
poison for some people.
But he need have no fear. We could keep our friendship a deep
and precious secret.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The holy spirit of discipline.
The Wisdom of Solomon (Apocryphal
$550fOOO.OO
Known as "Woodstar", this house was built with absolute
luxury in mind and sits on approximately one-and-one-half
acres.
The reception rooms are
elegantly designed and of
generous dimensions and the
beautiful kitchen and staff suite
makes it easy to find (and keep)
expert domestic assistance.
No expense has been spared in
the landscaping and attention
given to the delightful, tropical
exterior garden of the estate,
fronting onto Poincana Drive.
The interior patio ;ontains a
magnificent, free form
swimming pool and is a
secluded and Arcadian retreat
full of bright flowers and
wealthy contentment.
Four reception rooms, five
bedrooms, master bathroom
marble fitted with sunken bath,
enormous fitted wardrobes.
Master Bedroom suite has
private patio. Fully equipped
luxury kitchen. Large white
glazed swimming pool in
sculptured shady patio with 21'
x 15' fully air conditioned
barbeque bar.
Outdoor dining area, games
and film room.
For further details please
contact
DOROTHY L. ATWOOD, LIMITED
Real Estate
P.O. Box N-4051
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
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7reeport couple acquitted of
burglary and stealing charge
A FREEPORT couple,
charged with burglary and
stealing a quanlity of
household goods from the 66
Drake Avenue home of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Mackey on July
24 were acquitted in the
Supreme Court today.
Entertainer Alban Caesar,
29, and his wife Marlene. 28, a
nurse, were acquitted after Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham
instructed the jury to acquit
by defence counsel Terrence
Gape that a statement
purportedly taken from Mrs.
Lufthansa
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Inquiries and mail should be directed to Besco's
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The Directors of Besco deeply regret any inconvenience
in service and operation due to the recent fire which
totally destroyed the premises and stock.
Payments on account will be received at the old East
Street store, where the records are held.
Caesar was inadmissible as
evidence.
Mr. Justice Graham ruled in
favour of the defence and
Crown counsel, Mrs. Janet
Bostwick told the court that
under such circumstances, she
was not prepared to proceed.
She withdrew the charges.
FIRE
A Freeport detective, 499
Jacob Forbes told the court
that he first saw the Caesars
after visiting the Mackey's
home on the night of a fire. He
said he was also accompanied
by the Mackey's who pointed
out a television, tape recorder
and two speakers, a camera,
five tape cartridges, one
toaster, electric iron, bathroom
set. five sheets, eight pillow
cases and seven towels as their
property. Also claimed were
three pots, he said.
The items, causing the court
room to take on the
appearance of a bargain bazaar,
were bought from a garage sale
at Freeport, the detective said
Mrs. Caesar told him. She had
also produced pieces of paper
whish she said were the
receipts of sale, he said.
Mr. Gape, questioning the
detective, charged him with
holding the couple in custody
without allowing them to make
proper preparations for the
care of their children. He also
accused the detective of
making threatening remarks to
Mrs. Caesar about the children
saying they would be taken
away and sent to the Ranfurly
Homes for Children and telling
her that he did not believe her
explanation.
A third accused, Joyce
Towle, did not appear in court.
She was named by Mrs. Caesar
as the person from whom
certain of the goods were
purchased, Forbes said.
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AN 18-YEAR-OLD YOUTH who appeared In court Thursday
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guilty bjr.Magistrate Emmanuel Osadebay.
William Saunders, of Dumping said, the police were cracking
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Ground Corner, told the court
that he ran away from police
officers when they approached
him in a yard on Rupert Dean
Lane on October 10 because he
"knew there were drugs in the
yard."
Police witnesses Charles H.
Moss and John Sidney Rolle
said they met Saunders, an
unemployed waiter, sitting on
a truck in the yard with two
other young men. Saunders
was holding a "brown felt hat
in his hand. When we
approached, he dropped it in
the truck and ran." It
contained two envelopes which
were torn in half and contained
marijuana. Also inside the hat
was a quantity of marijuana
which had not been packaged,
the court was told.
Mr. Rupert Watkins, public
analyst, said he told the
detectives that the substance
found was marijuana, after he
examined it.
Saunders told the magistrate
that he was not holding the hal
and thai the police arrested
him after frightening one of his
friends "Nolan" into
saying it was his. He said that
he was not a dope pedlar when
asked by the magistrate about
the envelopes.
A previous offender, having
appeared ^before the juvenile
panel. Magistrate Osadebay
told him that he "is graduating.
You first appeared before the
juvenile panel, now you are in
the adult court."
The magistrate warned him
about the neighbourhood that
he frequented. He told him
that manv drug pedlars
gathered in the Rupert Dean
Lane area. For this reason, he
down on the habitues of the
neighbourhood.
"If you are caught. I will
iend you to prison next time as
I have no mercy for persons
who sell drugs,"magistratesaid.
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THE MIAMI
INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
Boat Show opens af Miami
Hatteras' new 38 Flying
Bridge Double Cabin
HATTERAS, one of the best known names in yachting circles, will have a brand new big one at the Miami Boat
Show. It's the 38 Flying Bridge Double cabin boasting two staterooms, two heads, sleeping capacity for six,
carpeting and draperies throughout, and a world of fun at the push of the starter button.
BOATS some love 'em,
some hate 'em. some look
upon them as status symbols,
some as a livelihood. Whatever
the cause of the boatomiaui 'if
recent years, the fact rWr.ains
boats are big business.
In the Bahamas, we are more
apt to come across the more
avid yachtsman, be he novice
or craftsman in the art of
seamanship. The Bahamas
offers beauty. adventure,
danger, quiet resting places,
horrific storms, safe harbours,
a freshly caught dinner, a
rocking sleep to the sound of
shore-bound casuarinas.
The Miami Boat Show opens
next Friday a! the Miami
Beach Convention Hall.
nexf Friday
Thousands of boats will be on
display from the smallest
fishing craft to the luxury
yachts designed to phase out
the mv Freeport. Whatever
your pleasure, the boat show
lias it There are miles of boats
(in and out of the water), miles
of booths showing the latest in
equipment, bits of boat lore,
the biggest hamburgers and the
best hotdogs. Try it, you'll like
it
See the new British
invention, the Surfrider Super
15 echo sounder with a
highly efficient light emitting
diode", or the CQR anchor
which possesses "superior
efficiency and holding power
to other commonly used
anchors"
si l BM
See yachts .vith helicopter
landing pads. built-in let
setters, built-in fish (if you're
not too good on the rods),
huilt-in bars, built-in stereos
If you don't have a yacht,
buy a yachting cap. or a
nautical clock for the home bai
or a set of charts of places
you'll never see much k
or a beautifully polished model
wooden hull of somebody's
ship.
If you have a yacht, buy a
new yachting cap, or a new
yacht, or a new jet-tetter.
Whatever your pleasure, see it,
buy it at the 32nd Annual
Mumi International Boat
Show,
At this wonderful show,
there is something missing
Ardent yatchsmen will never
mis, it Some will. The
freshly-caught dinner. the
swaying to the rhythm of the
shore-bound casuarinas. the
one-too-many sundowners -
the rock, the roll. Nowhere can
you find a seasick remedy!
Nowhere can you find a bag
that you can even say "that's
not my bag, man".
Boats ugh! They're
beautiful.
Hatteras is distributed in
the Bahamas by Bayshore
Marina on Last Bay Street and
Bayshore plan to have
company personnel at the
booths in Miami to give the
inquiring public all the
information they want about
this new luxury yacht.
The by-words of the 38
are luxury and roominess with
enough seamanship know-how
to make the yachting cap
thrown casually on the bunk a-
necessity rather than just an
optional extra.
It's a versatile craft with
more luxury piled on than in
most longer vessels. Sliding
screened windows have been
fitted on port and starboard
sides of the salon. The large
three-panel windshield the full
width of the yacht gives an
excellent view as well as
providing light. The salon
windows are of tinted glass and
all the overhead lighting is
recessed.
For some extra money, you
can have a control station in
the salon, and "entertainment
centre" with an ice maker and
storage space, an AM-FM
stereo radio and tape player.
GALLEY
But a house is not a home
without a kitchen or galley.
Just forward and three steps
down from the salon is the
galley with a three-burner
electric stove, an overhead
oven, exhaust blower,
two-door refrigerator and
freezer, spacious counters,
stainless steel sink, hot and
cold pressure water, the
overhead windshield for light,
and lots of electric outlets for
appliances.
Forward of the galley are
the bow stateroom and the
bow head. The stateroom has
two V-berths with foam
mattresses.
The rope locker provides
generous space for anchor gear.
More storage is provided by the
three drawers in traj vee of the
berths and the drawers beneath
the berths themselves.
The bow head has all the
comforts of home including
size which in some boats is
sadly lacking. The indignity of
being incarcerated, if.
voluntarily, in a tiny upright
box makes one immediately
aware of how the "head" got
its name it's about the only
part of the human anatomy
which the room can
accommodate with ease. There
is none of this in the Hatteras
38.
There is a vanity which
contains an inset china kisin.
There is lots of storage space
and a large mirror. There area
shower. exhaust blower,
screaned portlight, electric
toilet, vinyl flooring.
The master stateroom and
head are aft. Again, there are
two berths with foam
mattresses in the stateroom.
Bach is six feet by four feet.
Head room too is six four.
Between (he beds in a double
ten-drawer storage area five
on either side. Here, there is
full carpeting.
ENTRANCE
The head has a private
entrance from the stateroom.
There is a stall shower.
fluorescent lighting, exhaust
blower, electric toilet, vinyl
flooring, a vanity 51 inches by
17% inches with an inset hasin.
Lots of storage space is found
underneath the vanity and
basin.
That is just the inside of the
Hatteras' new 38 Flying Bridge
Double Cabin yacht.
The aft deck has been
designed with the same
spacious concept as the rest of
the boat. It offers plenty of
space for entertaining the
protection of those who should
rename the sundowner the
sunriser.
Manufactured by
AMF-Hattcras Yachts of North
Carolina, the 38 is fibreglass.
The optional features on the
Miami Boat Show version
include air-conditioning, stereo
throughout and the
entertainment centre with the
ice maker and wet bar.
The price is $83,928.
Bayshore will also have on
display at the show the
Hatteras 1.6-foot. the 43-foot
On Back Page
THE HATTERAS 38 FLYING BRIDGE DOUBLE
CABIN is brand new for 1973. The yacht Is available
through Bayshore Marina on East Bay Street.
WHEN IS A HEAD NOT A
HEAD? When It's part of the
Hatteras 38 Flying Bridge
Double Cabin Yacht
distributed in the Bahamas by
Bayshore Marina. The head
aboard the 38 Is large and
comfortable as opposed to
those "storage closets" found
in most bolts.
THE CONTROL STATION
(BELOW) in the Hatteras 38
is optional in the salon. The
yacht comes fully carpeted
with drapes and tinted glass,
and you may choose your
own decor from a selection of
draperies and carpeting.
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BOATING
PLEASURE
THE CHECKMATE
PLAYMATE with a
Johnson SO engine
mounted (available at
Brown's Boat Basin) gives
the reliability and power
expected from the famous
Johnson engine. Johnson's
high-performance
outboards are more used
throughout the world than
any other angina.



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THE TROJAN 30' SEA RAIDER
WITH FIBREGLASS HULL, ttk decks and tilfrall.tht
Trojan 30 It. Sea Raider sleeps six with ease. There's a
complete galley .... and there's cushions, carpets and
draperies that come with the boat. What's more it also
comes with single or twin screws.

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ONE OF THE Most
[ prestigious boats seen in
' Hahamian waters and
* worldwide is the product of
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1973 fibreglass mnsers range
in length from 24 to 36 feet
and are available through
Bahamas Yacht Sales. Trojana
also will be some of the st.us at
the Miami Boat Show which
opens at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall next Friday.
rrojan Yacht has been the
*nvy of the boating industry
became ol its phenomenal of
some of the most popular.
betl -elling and widely
acclaimed cruisers allo.il The
ICMOM are new designs, new
materials, new techniques, net*
I models, innovation and more
innovation
Careful attention to interior
layout has resulted in cruisers
with more room below than
most boaters thought possible
Trojan builds boats with
^consideration for privacy, with
.sensible placement of heads.
Sockets, galleys and dinattes.
The fishing bridges are more
than just decoration. The boats
have wiring, fusing, circuit
breakers and instrumentation
that are easy to maintain and
use
The firm utilizes the many
lOW-maintenance materials like
teak, vinyls, .mil smoked glass
to cut down on glare as well as
reducing air-conditioning loads.
People are discovering that
with lro|an. Ihey get not only
more boat, but more boat for
less money.
rrojan pays strict attention
lo efficiency of operation and
design when the model is still
on the drawing board. This
plus imagination saves lime and
money later on.
Trojan standardizes parts
and systems in unobvious
ways I quipment such as bilge
pumps, vents ducting, hatch
openings, struts and minor
hardware are standard
throughout the line This cuts
down on the parts Trojan must
inventory, handle and install
ITie result is more economy.
rhe boats are beautifully
finished throughout with oil
teak trim and mahogany. This
doesn't cos! Trojan a packet
since it owns the wood mill
which creates the trim Again,
the saving is passed on to the
boater. Add to this, a staff of
highly trained and skilled
craftsmen who take pride in
their work and you have the
reasons why Trojan is
marketing one of the finest and
most inexpensive lines in the
boating industry today.
One of the examples which
will be on view in Miami is the
Trojan F-24 Fisherman Cruiser
fibreglass. deep V hull,
cockpit decks of teak. The
F-24 sleeps two and has a
galley, a good sized head and a
galley.
The Trojan 25' Sea Raider is
also fibreglass with decks and
cockpit of polished teak.
Below, there is a large carpeted
cabin which sleeps four, a
complete galley and a large
head. The boat has everything
from dining table to draperies.
The F-25 is the roomiest
25-footcr Trojan has ever put
on the water. The main reason
is the raised sheer design which
allows expansion of the cabin.
The raised sheer also means a
very dry ride due to the higher
bow.
The 30-foot Sea Raider has a
fibreglass hull and teak decks.
The cabin sleeps six easily and
there is a complete galley, good
sized head, cushions, carpeting
and draperies throughout. The
30-foot Sea Raider comes with
either single or twin screws.
The F-30 Sport Fisherman is
a true fishing boat. The fishing
bridge is large enough for four
or five men. A jump seat faces
aft and there is a padded bench
seat forward The cockpit is big
with over 80 square feet of
non-skid, teak planked deck
The cabin sides and fishing
bridge are of one piece of
fibreglass which makes the
boat easy to wash down.
Trojan's F-36 Sport
Fisherman has three separate
sleeping areas plus a full-sized
head and shower and a
complete galley. Options
include air-conditioning,
ice-maker freezer, a hi-lo table,
liquor locker and any type of
power available including
diesel.
These and more are going to
be shown at the Miami Boat
Show. Get a perview at
Bahamas Yacht Sales.
leasure
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TR0IAN
1973
HAIIAMAS YACHT .SALES p o box seoo
Nassau. Bahamas
distributor for
1 "HO.IAN Yacht f
a division of YVTh>.>t;akkk
JAMES W ALBURY
TEL Z0O7O
See the Trojan Yacht display at
the Miami International Boat Show
FEBRUARY 23RD 28TH
DISPLAYED AT BOOTHS E660 & E661
1073 Is the year of an expanded range il
boats I nun Tnij.in: from 24 fuel in .">:i feet.
By expanded range we mean more than
.i greater variety ol sizes. We mean a greater
variety ol boats. Bach with unique features,
Take the F-25. A four sleeper with
i'il Bheer tli> t makes n amazingly room)
below, Or the new F K) Fisherman, with
fishiiiK liridue and cabin sides molded Into
one smooth design thai makes her a snap In
i lean after .1 lull day of tournament lisliiiiw.
(Wu don't call ii "tint cIi.mh mai nine" just
because "I the superstructure's sweep.)
And as much room topside .is many 36-footers,
Or look at our Motor Yachts. A lot of
thought has gone into these yachts. So you
can not only cruise aboard them, hut live
comfortably aboard Indefinitely.
All Trojan boats are bull! lo one exacting
standard: the Trojan stand,nil A marriage Ol
modern technology and lime-honored craft-
smanship, it's thai combination thai has Iradl
tionaOy mean) Inch resale value for Trojans.
For complete Information, sec your
dealer, or write Trojan Yacht.
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F-24 Fisherman/Cruiser
42'Motor Yacht
F-36 TVi Cabin
F-36 Sport Fisherman
47' Motor Yacht
Nb&*^!li
53' Motor Yacht
53'Deck House Salon MotorYacht
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1 HE T*<6UNE BOAT jHOW SPECIAL FRIDAY. rEaHUAfW H.1973.
Brown's handle any boat from Dusky,
Seabirds & Whalers to Johnson engine
EAST BAY STREET from Potter's Cay to the Pilot House could be called Boat Row. Nestled in the midst of
power craft, motors, diving gear, gas stations, and quaffing establishments is BROWN'S BOAT BASIN a muddled
workshop of boats on cradles masking the harbour waters. Old tires, freshly painted a dazzling white hang drying
on a long thick rope in the sun. Boats, looking out of place away from the water, yield to the remedial talencs ox
the boat repairmen.
DUSKY 17' BOATS hive
self-bailing cockpits,
polyurethine foam flotation,
a large fish box covered by a
foam seat, and many other
features as standard. The
Duskys. available at Brown's
Boat Basin, will be shown at
the Miami Boat Show.
THE SEABIRD V-28
Sedan cruiser (ABOVE)
available through Brown's
Boat Basin offers the
yachtsman plush comfort
plus plenty of room for sport.
THE BOSTON WHALER the most widely used (and copied) small high performance
skiff in the world. The Sports model, available from Brown's Boat Basin, has two steering
wheel locations, the new centre location or the time-tried side-mounted version.
Mademoiselle has the last word
in waterproof Swiss watches!
WITH THE INCREASED LEISURE TIME of today, a watch must do more than just tell the
time. Boating and water enthusiasts would DC wise to choose a waterproof watch and
Mademoiselle on Bay Street boasts the finest selection in town. Here you will find Omega watches
from Switzerland.
Omega build a waterproof
watch for every purpose, from
bathing the baby to chasing
sharks around the sea-bed
Omega build walerproof
watches you can wear at the
Ritz, and waterproof watches
you can use to break up a
battleship They build
automatic waterproof watches
and manual waterproof
watches, waterproof witches
with calendars and waterproof
chronographs.
They all have one thing in
common: a strong aversion to
water; an aversion thai comes
through being subjected lo a
series of ferocious tests by
stony-hearted technicians
Imagine being 800 feet below
the sea and then being
suddenly whipped up to twice
the height of Everest. And
imagine this happening minute
by minute, for hours on end.
Visualise being placed in
depressurised water to see if
any air leaks out of your
inside. Visualise being placed
under gressure, and then
roasted to see if any water has
leaked in. Visualise ordeal after
ordeal like this. You now feel
somewhat like an Omega
waterproof watch. Anything
that happens afterwards must
be a change for the better.
This is the kind of lesling
and the kind of reliability thai
is built into all Omega
waterproof watches. Watches
like the Seamasler 600 buill
for professional divers. Watches
like the Speedmaster. which
was chosen as standard
equipment for all Watches like
the one you want for
swimming, scuba diving or
simply showering away the
sand.
When the divers of
Operation Janus spent eight
days working on the sea-bed
below the Gulf of Ajaccio.
they were all equipped with
the same watch: the Omega
Seamasler 600 When
Commander Cousleau needed a
watch for his experiments in
man's ability to work at depths
of 1,500 feet he also used the
600.
Building a watch like the
Seamaster 600 lo function
perfectly 2.000 feet below the
sea presented a very special
problem, and Omega came up
with the answer, hirst, they
carved the case whole from one
solid piece of hardened steel
Then they developed a special,
twinlocking winding crown to
protect lhal notoriously weak
spot; and fitted a heavy
tempered mineral fjasi
The Seamaster 600 was pul
through a special helium leak
detector. And the results were
Ihul if you created a vacuum in
a 600. it would lake a
thousand yean for the air
outside lo gel back again. In
point of fact. Ihc Omega
Seamaster 600 is over one
hundred times as air-and
watertight as a space craft,
Is that waterproof enough
for you?
Anolher fine Swiss Watch
to be found at Mademoiselle is
Tissot. Tissot offer a collection
of watches with an established
reputation for being tough,
reliable and walerproof. Ideal
partners for holi'days and
leisure days Walerproof tested
before they leave Ihc factory,
all of them incorporate the
latest technical innovations and
all of them are buill lough
enough to stand up lo the sort
of rough treatmenl you hand
out to them.
All Tissot and Omega
walches'are guaranteed for one
year and Mademoiselle
guaranlee after sales service by
their Omega trained Swiss
Watchmaker.
Brown's Boat Basin people
are gearing up these days for
the Miami Boat Show to be
held in the Miami Beach
Convention Hall from Friday,
February 23, through
Wednesday, February 28 They
represent Dusky Marine, the
fabulous Seabirds, the popular
Boston Whaler, plus engines by
Johnson and Chrysler and all
will be on view at the show.
The Dusky 16-footer and
the Dusky 20-footer arc
designed by fishermen for
fishermen They are basic boats
with no frills, designed for the
serious angler.
In the 17", the casting
platform is extra large over
three feet deep yet over four
feet away from the centre
console. This console set-up
allowed Ihe open fisherman
360 degrees of unobstructed
battle area. The boat performs
equally well as a water-skiing
craft, a family weekender or a
yacht tender Because of the
uncluttered design, the 17 also
makes a good craft for the skin
diver.
The boat is safe. It's rugged
and dependable There are six
layers of fiberglass including
two layers of roving. The
polyurethane foam flotation
makes the boat virtually
unsinkable and she draws less
Ihan six inches of water.
The Dusky 20 has the same
uncluttered design of the 17.
The boat has a smooth ride for
longer journeys or island
hopping She's the perfect
fishing vehiole.
Seabird has the new V-28
series the V-28 Express
Cruiser, the V-28 Sedan Cruiser
and the V-28 Sport Fisherman
- all carried by Brown's Boat
Basin.
PLUSES
The cruiser has visibility plus
sociability. The bridge deck is
located in the forward section
of the cockpit so that the
helmsman in his raised
captain's chair, becomes part
of all the on-deck activities.
There is maximum viewing
through the raised windshield
The cruiser sleeps five.
You'll find the main cabin left
free for a spacious dinette and
full galley.
The cruiser is also available
with a hardtop.
The Sedan Cruiier offers
greater comfort. The
helmsman's station is forward
in the enclosed cabin
completely out of the weather
but handy to the galley and the
forward cabin. With the
:aptain in command of the
helm station, the entire cockpit
becomes available for all kinds
of sctivities sport or
sociability.
Seabird'i V-28 Sport
Fisherman has a flying bridge
giving a lofty view of the
fishing scene. There are dual
controls inside the cabin.
WHALERS
You see a great deal of
Boston Whalers around the
Bahamas. They are used for
anything from a utility craft to
a fun weekend boat. You can
buy them through Brown's
Boat Basin. Chrysler and
Johnson motors are also
available through Brown's Boat
Basin.
Consider the Johnson
outboard motors in five high
horse power engines the 135,
IIS, 85, 65, and the 50
horsepower. The smaller ones
come in at 40, 25, 20. 9 and the baby 2 horse power
They are all every one of
them built for reliability and
constant performance. The 135
pulls water skiers easily. Right
through fishing at high speeds,
trolling at low speeds, t
puddling along a quiet rivetj
Johnson's out board motors,
are geared lo serve well and
long.
Chrysler inboard/outboard
engines can move practically
anything that floats wilK
ease-houseboards, cruisers;
runabouts, workboats, fishing
boats. All these high-powered
engines are available through
Brown's Boat Basin and will be
on display at the Miami Boat
Show.
HATTERAS
From Front Page
and 53-foot yachts.
Bayshore, who also
distribute Bertram, will show
the Bertram 46, 42, 38 and 28
footers. On display afloat will
be the 46, the 46 and the 38
footers. Those in the water
may be viewed by appointment
only.
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Bay & Fowler Streets
Nassau Harbour Club
East Bay Street
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Nassau Yacht Haven
East Bay Street
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Walkers Cay Club
Walkers Cay
Grand Bahama Hotel
West End, Grand Bahama
Sunshine Inn & Marina
South Bimini
Norman's Cay Club
Lighthouse Club
& Andros Yacht Club
Fresh creek, Andros
Las Palmas Ltd.
Driggs Hill, South Andros
Staniel Cay Yacht Club
Staniel Cay, Exuma
Exuma Services Ltd.
Georgetown, Exuma
Blue Haven Ltd.
Salt Pond, Long Island
Stella Maris, Long Island
Caicos Air Services Ltd.
Cockburn Hbr. So. Caicos
Turks and Caicos Islands
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Friday, February 16, 1973.
(Ehr Iribunr
US Consul General to give talk on US
Bahamas relations on Independence
MR. MONCRIEFF J. SPEAR,
American Consul General to
the Bahamas, will be the
' ,guest speaker at the
I- Bahamas Chamber of
,. Commerce's monthly
< meeting on February 21 in
the Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel.
Mr. Spear's topic will be "What
Changes in Relations May be
Expected Between the
United States and a
Newly- I ndependent
Bahamas "
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Please apply to:
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Nassau, Bahamas.
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BIDDING PRICE
YIELDING
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1.18%
A career Foreign. Service
officer, Mr. Spear obtained
his Bachelor of Arts degree
at Cornell University in
1946 and a Master of Arts
degree from George
Washington University in
1949. During World War II
he served as a lieutenant
(junior grade) in the U.S.
Navy.
He joined the Department of
State as a biographic analyst
in 1946 and has served in
progressively more
responsible positions since
then He was assigned to
Frankfurt, Germany in June
1950 as a political officer
and to Berlin in a similar
capacity later that year.
In December 1952 he was
assigned to Manila.
Philippines as a political and
consular officer and was
there until 1955 when he
was transferred to Belgrade,
Yugoslavia as a consular and
economic officer.
In 1957 he returned to the
Department of State in
Washington as an
international relations
officer working on Eastern
Europe; he was subsequently
detailed to the Berlin Task
Force. In 1962 he became
Deputy Director of the
Operations Centre in the
department The following
year he was assigned to
Bangkok, Thailand as
Special Assistant to the
Ambassador and Counselor
for Operations
Co-ordination.
In 1967 he was named Country
Director for Thailand and
Burma in the Department of
State.
Cocktail*' start at 7:15 p.m.
with dinner at 8 p.m.
Role of CofC in an Independent Bahamas,
theme of Chamber of Commerce Week in April
THE BAHAMAS CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE has scheduled the week beginning April 23 as "Chambe of Commerce Week", with
the theme "Role of The Chamber of Commerce in an Independent Bahamas."
FORTNIGHTLY SERVICE
EX LONDON & LIVER POOL
ORBITA
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VESSEL
DUE NASSAU
IN PORT
12th MARCH
2nd APRIL
30th APRIL
TONI Dl SCALA
TONI Dl SCALA
RE-ELECTED
HOTEL PRESIDENT
TONI Di Scala has been
re-elected president of the
Bahamas Hotel Employers
Association. Mr. Di Scala,
who is general manager of the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel begins his second term as
president
The election of officers for
1973 took place at the
Association's annual general
meeting held at the
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel
last week. Steve Norton, vice
president of Paradise Island
Limited, was elected vice
president, and Anders Wiberg,
owner of the Cable Beach
Manor, was re-elected honorary
treasurer.
The following were elected
to the executive committee:
Leroy Bailey, general manager
of Sonesta Beach Hotel; Jack
Gallaway, general manager
Paradise Island Hotel and
Villas; George R. Myers,
general manager Nassau Beach
Hotel; Pete McNabb, general
manager Nassau Harbour Club;
Ron Overend, general manager
Flagler Inn; Bill Prophet,
Innkeeper Holiday Inn;
Duncan Rapier, vice-president
and general manager of
Britiannia Beach Hotel, Hans
Schenk, general manager Pilot
House; Bill Stowell, general
manager Emerald Beach Hotel ;
Roger Westoby, general
mangger Halcyon Balmoral
Beach Hotel. Mr. Trevelyan
Cooper continues as executive
director of the Association.
The proposal came from the
Distinguished Citizens Awards
Dinner Committee under the
chairmanship of Mr. Oscar
Phillips, a member of the
Chamber's Council. The
committee's proposal suggested
that the Chamber sponsors a
week of local activity
culminating with the annual
awards dinner, when the
Chamber honours four
distinguished local citizens.
The week of activity will
include the following
involvements on which
Chamber committees are still
working:
Small Businessmen
Seminars: To be organized by
the Retail, Licensing and
Development Committee, these
sessions will be highlighted by
several talks during the week
on pertinent aspects of
financial planning as they
affect the small Bahamian
businessman.
Beautification Scheme:
Under the auspices of the
Ecology & Beautification,
Tourism, and Hospital
Committees, this will involve
an ecology supplement in the
local press, the hanging of
flower baskets on Bay Street,
and the institution of a
proposal to set up certain rest
areas along Bay Street with
benches and plants.
Education Scheme:
Sponsored by the Education
Committee this scheme will
introduce the Chamber of
Commerce to fifth and sixth
formers in the local high
schools Members of the
Education Committee and
others will visit the schools and
give 20-minute talks, ending
with a question and answer
period. Additionally. the
Chamber will sponsor an essay
contest on the topic "Role of
the Chamber of Commerce in
an Independent Bahamas",
with the winning students
being presented their prizes at
the awards dinner. The judging
of the essays and the naming of
the winner will take place
during Chamber of Commerce
Week.
Chamber of Commerce
Week Programme: The Booklrt
and Bconomk I ommitteet will
produce a souvenir programme,
to include the event-. <>' the
week, photographs and short
resumes ot this yr.ir- .1 ml
previous year's award winner*,
and Chamber of Commerce
history and present ictivitiei
The awards dinner will take
place in the Polaris Hall of the
Holiday Inn on Saturday. April
28th, when the Chamber will
present its annual iwafdl to
four Bahamians who have
distinguished themielvei in the
^reas of Business, Government.
Civic and Creative &
Performing Arts
Nominations tor the awards
are open to the public-
Deadline for submitting
nominations is March 31.
Selection of winners will
take place during the lirst week
ot April by the Awards Dinner
Committee, which will make
recommendations to the
Council as to those persons
whom the Committee feels
should receivee the award
According to President Holland
Smith the Council of the
Chamber will make the final
decision on the winners.
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Friday, February 16, 1973.
To bathe or not to bathe furor is at high tide
By Abigail Van Buren
I Iff] v Ciu Tfibv M Y. N.wi SvM.. IIK.
1)1.AR ABBY: What's all this fuss about how often a
un >liould take a bath' My grampa lived to be 98 years
is bin and strong and was never sick a day In his
Id' bathed only once a year, and that was done in a
dam near our farm. Folks used to come from miles around
to watch Cram pa take his yearly bath
AQUASCUTUM, TEX.
DEAR IIX Cood for Grampa. I'll bet nobody needed
diltCttOM on how to find him.
DEAR MiHV You're a dirty old female chauvinist!
Yon n bathing reflects that state of your mind.
What is natural is by no means "dirty" unless the mind
! that way. Cleanliness is indeed next to Godli-
but that same body is also the temple of the spirit of
that goo which dwells in man and womankind. 1 doubt if
luld dwell in an "unclean'1 temple.
belong in India, where your views would allow you
women "unclean"and "untouchable." Go soak
PEGGY, MARIE, JUDY AND SUSAN
.1 the HERALD-MAIL, hagkhstown. MD.I
DEAR ABBY: Like all other human beings, you are
entitled to your opinion. However, I think there must be
some underlying motive in your statement that "women
can't bathe enough."
Are you a secret agent for Proctor and Gamble? Or are
you just weird? "DIRTY GERTIE"
DEAR GERTIE: Neither. I just have a love affair
going with soap. And that's no lie!
DEAR ABBY: This is in response to your reader who
suggested that bathing regularly was tantamount to effete
snobbLsm and totally unnecessary. It may be I am particu-
larly susceptible to detecting this distinction, but I think I
am not alone.
As physical recreation I regularly swim a mile in the
campus pool during my lunch hour, and I find It surprising-
ly easy to distinguish who has and who has not showered
before entering the pool and is swimming alongside me.
There are many in the latter group who are prominent,
important, and respected elder colleagues who would be the
first to insist that all long-haired youths "smell bad"not
realizing that they smell far worse.
For what it is worth, I have found this an infallible way
to discover who is and who is not nice to be near, the
lambs or the old goats, one could say.
LOVES TO SWIM IN SANTA BARBARA
DEAR LOVES: I vote for the lambs.
DEAR ABBY: You doU! Your statement, "A man
should bathe once a day, and a woman can't bathe often
enough" said it all. We are a group of men who must work
in close quarters with some women who do not believe in
CAREER
OPPORTUNITIES
ROYWI1T BANKING CORPORATION LIMITID
invites applications from suitably qualified Bahamians who are
interested in a career with a major Development Bank. These
positions are suitable to those who are prepared to engage in such
further study as is necessary and who are willing to apply them-
selves to their daily duties to build up a rewarding career.
Opportunities presently exist in the following areas:
l. Loan Officer
The services of an
required. Applicants
years banking exper
years has been r.pent
that some knowledge
Control regulations
possessed. A worki
language would be a
experienced loan officer are
should possess approximately 10
ience in which a minimum of 4
in credit analysis. It is essential
of Foreign procedures, Exchange
and accounting routines be
ng knowledge of the Spanish
n advantage.
2. Trainee Money Market Foreign Exchange Dealer
Applicants should have worked for some time within
the deposit dealing or Foreign Exchange department of
a commercial Bank and possess a working knowledge
of the Eurocurrency market or alternalively possess a
University degree in accounting, commerce,
economics or equivalent qualification. It is expected
that the applicant will undergo a period of training
within our organization.
3. Trainee Loan Officers
Applications are invited from Bahamians who are
prepared to be trained in lending procedures.
University graduates of highly accredited institutions
in the faculties of accounting, business administration,
commerce or economics, or alternatively non-
graduates who have equivalent qualifications of a
professional society or had several years experience
within a commercial Bank will be considered.
Applications should be submitted in handwriting, accompanied by
a full resume, to:
The Manager
RoyWest Banking Corporation Limited
P. O. Box N4889
Nassau, Bahamas
JOHN S. MARTIN
NASSAU BOY IN
'PRESIDENTIAL
CLASS' PROJECT
AN 18-year-old Nassau
resident attending a private
high school in the U.S. is to
participate in a week-long
"Presidential Classroom for
Young Americans," a
programme designed to give
students a firsthand view of the
workings of the American
Federal Government.
Going to the "classroom" in
Washington, D.C. for March
31-April 7 will be John Slade
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James S. Martin of Centreville.
Mr Martin is president of
the Navios Corporation on
Village Road. His son attends
Kent School in Kent,
Connecticut.
Participants in the
"Presidential Classroom"
programme, attending schools
in locations ranging from the
Washington area to as far away
as Hong Kong schools
operated overseas by the State
and Defence Departments are
also eligible are scheduled to
attend sessions in such a way
that each class represents a
geographic cross-section, and
reflects a variety of social.
ethnic, racial, cultural and
religious backgrounds.
The classes give students the
opportunity to meet with
senators, congressmen,
administration officials,
military leaders, ambassadors
and newsmen.
Since its inception in 1968,
over 5,000 students have
participated in the programme.
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bathing. We clipped that column and placed it on the desks
of the offending females, and believe it or not. things are a
lot better around here now. No names please. Just sign this,
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DEAR ABBY: I have been wanting to write to you for
a long time because I have a very serious problem. I do
not want my letter to appear in your column because this
Is a small town and everybody would know I wrote it.
I know that you say you will answer problems personal-
ly if the person sends a stamped, addressed envelope, but I
want to be sure that if the one I enclosed got lost, another
one would not be sent to me with your name on the outside,
advertising the fact that I wrote to Dear Abby.
Please hurry your answer in the column, and sign
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DEAR NEEDS: You may write to me with absolute as-
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FAITH TEMPLE'S
SPECIAL SERVICES
THE REV. C. Raymond
Spain, (ABOVE) who is
presently serving as Direct.>r ol
Evangelism and Home
Missions, Church of God,
Cleveland, Tennessee, begins
special services on Tuesday,
February 20, at Faith Temple,
Palmdale. The services will
start nightly at 7:30 p.m.
Having been one of the
Chief executives of the Church
of God since 1962, Mr. Spain
served as Assistant General
Overseer and General
Secretary-Treasurer before
being elected to his present
post in August 1970.
A native of North Carolina.
he received his theological
training at Holmes Theological
Seminary in Greenville. South
Carolina.
Most of his pastorates were
in South Carolina. He was
appointed to the overaeerthip
of Indiana in 1950 and to
Michigan in 1954.
After eight years in the
capacity of state executive, he
was appointed to the position
of Field Representative in the
World Missions Department of
the Church of God.
U.S. PROFESSOR TO
GIVE PMH TALK
ON TUESDAY, February 20
Dr. Daniel Seckinger, professoi
of pathology at the University
of Miami and Miami
International University will
give a talk entitled "Modern
laboratory diagnosis in clinical
medicine" at 5:30 .p.m. in the
Physiotherapy Department of
the Princess Margaret Hospital.
The meeting is open to all
practitioners and interested
persons.
"Dr. Seckingcr's talk will be
the first in a series arranged by
the Medical Association of the
Bahamas as part of its scientific
programme for 1973." said Dr.
John A. Lunn.
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now $15 SHOES were $22 -
now $10 & $8 SUITS were $65
- now $30 & $25 SPORT
COATS were $40 now $25
TIES all colours were $5 now
$2.50 PANTS were $12 now
$6 BERMUDA SHORTS $3
SUITING MATERIAL
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BRAS, PANTIES, WAIST
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HALF PRICE GLOVES all
colours long & short $3
BLOUSES $4 $5 $6
RAINCOATS were $25 now
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SPANISH WELLS SHORT CUT TO RENO
DUO SENTENCED
FOR BREAK-INS
BRIDGE COLUMN
SPANISH Wells farm
labourer Warren Curry, 44,
Lloyd Albury, 18, and a
16-year-old juvenile. all
accused of breaking intci
several homes jt theif island
and stealing a quantity of
foodstuff and liquor, were
sentenced Wednesday by Mr.
Justice Samuel (iraham.
He also sentenced Curry
separately to four years on two
other counts of housebreaking
and stealing.
Albury and his juvenile
CO accused, were placed on
probation for three years on
condition that they enter
recognizance of S200 to keep
the peace, report at directed
intervals to the police officer at
Spanish Wells and that they
remain resident! at the island
He told the two youths thai
the intention of his sentence
Ml "to temper justice with
mercy and to give them an
opportunity to rehabilitate. I
hope you will take advantage
of the opportunity," he said
The incidents, which took
place between June 8 and 22
last year must have caused the
people at Spanish Wells a
degree of concern, Mr Justice
Graham said. "There is no
doubt in my mind that the
people at Spanish Wells need
some protection," he told
Curry, in passing sentence.
Crown Counsel Mrs Janet
Bostwick told the court that
the farm labourer had i li-t Ol
previous convictions for similar
offences
CNARKS AVI
DRIVE-IN
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First Nassau Showii
AND at 7 & 10:17
"CONQUEST OF THF
PLANET OF THE APES"
I'un tilul xuultirh r uixgested.
Stli-Swic. RKMi.ait
THIS WRITER is not
cynical by nature, but when
faced with a question from
married couples as to whether
they should take up Bridge, an
irresistable urge arises to
answer NO! All the available
evidence is against a successful
partnership al the table
between two people who spend
their lives with each other, and
there are many cases where
permanent estrangement has
been caused by the lamentable
failure of both parties to make
the long succession of
emotional adjustments
Jemanded by the game.
There are also extreme
examples of acrimony and even
physical violence, headed of
course by the famous Bennet
murder case, where the
outraged Mrs. Bennet shot and
killed her husband because he
failed to make 4 Spades and
then criticised her bidding
Other cases of ugly
recriminations are numerous,
and if you dwell on them for
long enough you could be
excused for thinking that for
any married couple, the
decision to play Bridge
together is to start on the long
march to dissolution, or maybe
the short cut to Reno
This is not necessarily so, of
course, bul the sad fact
remains that at the higher
levels of the game husbands
and wives just do not play
together, having learnt the hard
way that they play much
better apart. It is noticeable
that this does not apply
anywhere near so much to
couples just starting out to
learn the game; Ihey are aware
of their own limitations and
are therefore more charitably
disposed to overlook the
mistakes made by their
partners. But the better they
gel at the game. Ihe worse Ihey
get at partnership discipline,
one of the fundamentals for
success at Bridge.
Among the exceptions were
the late Mr and Mrs.
Culberlson. both Ely and
Josephine were difficult to gel
along with, but they seemed to
manage to get along with each
other, especially al Ihe table,
which is even more remarkable
when you consider their
mercurial temperaments
Another exception was the late
Harrison Gray and his wife,
who had many differences of
opinion at the table, bul who
managed to keep Ihem within
bounds. Unfortunately, that
almost completes the list of
exceptions, and a discreet veil
should be drawn over the
turnings, ravings, blustering and
other displays of tenlrums
which have made life
extremely uncomfortable for
everybody within earshot when
Mr. and Mrs. Bridge Player
have crossed swords.
Maurice Harrison-Gray, an
English international, and his
wife, had very different
temperaments, he was
mild-mannered, quiet, ready to
concede that he might have
been wrong. She was volatile
and argumentative, and their
performance in the famous
Flitch tournament, competed
for only by husband-and-wife
partnerships, is still talked
about among players who were
present. Here is a famous hand,
which shows their
characteristics in action (Gray,
West; Mrs. Gray, Ell) I
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South dealt, with North-South
vulnerable, and an
extraordinary bidding sequence
was followed by an even more
extraordinary virtuoso display
of card-handling.
S W N 1
1 s 2 HO) 3S pass<2)
4NT(3; pass 4S(4| dble(5)
redble 5 H( 6) pass 6 IK7)
dblc pass pass pass
none
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AJ 104
A 105 2
(1) ... Well, we're not
vulnerable and they are.
(2) ... Mrs. Gray was interested
only in slams and heavy-
penalties
(3) ... The Culbertson 4-5
Convention
(4) ... An insufficient bid.
made in the heat of the
moment.
(5) ... and immediately
condoned by a rapid double
(6) ... Help! 5 II can't be as
expensive as 4 S redoubled.
(7) ... An aggressive optimist.
Mrs Gray goes all the way.
How would you like to be
playing in 6 Hearts doubled
with the West cards, getting the
worst possible lead of the
singleton Diamond? It looks
like 3 down, bul here's how
Harrison-Gray confounded the
odds.
The first trick was taken by
dummy's Ace, and the 2 of
Spades was led. South tranced
in agony. Eventually, he
decided that if West had the
singleton Queen of Spades he
must not be allowed to make
it, and he therefore crashed
down the Ace, only to see it
ruffed a moment later.
West next played on North's
nerves by leading Ihe Jack of
Clubs. Failing to visualise a
5-card Club suit in declarer's
hand. North did his duty by
putting in the Queen, and
when the Ace was played from
dummy, down came South's
Kinn on the same trick.
The King of Spades was
cashed, and West's losing
Diamond was disposed of.
Then a small trump was led
from dummy, South's Ace
winning The Diamond return
was ruffed, and West now had
only lo negotiate two more
obstacles to make his
outlandish contract First, he
had to ruff the Diamond with
his King, which he duly did.
Then, to avoid two trump
losers, he had to lead Ihe 10
towards dummy's Q, 6 and run
it if North failed to put up the
Jack. Again he did the right
thing, and this 18-point slam,
doubled in exasperation, came
triumphantly home, with an
enormous gain in match-points.
I wasn't there, but I can
vividly picture Harrison-Gray
puffing imperturbably at his
pipe il he entered Ihe score,
while Mrs Gray nattered away
about people who didn't bid
up and ted to be catapulted
into slams for their own good.
It was probably all very
good-natured, but put Mr. and
Mrs. X in the North-South
seats, and oppose them with
Mr. and Mrs. Y, and before the
hand was finished, you'd be
lucky to have four people still
at the table.
RC
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MEN'S SHOES
1,000 PAIRS MUST GO!
"OFFER GOOD
WHILE STOCK LASTS'
FOX'S
SHOE STORE
COLLINS AVt.
(Next door to
Donald's Furniture)
Open: Man. Thurs.
. . til 5:30 p.m.
Fri. Sat. . .'til 8:3Up.m.
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Marathon Estates swap land
with pvt.to allow public park
I Hi: HOUSE Wednesday
agreed to an exchange of
property between the
government and Marathon
Estates which will make
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PARESTA I. DISCRETION ADVISl I).
Best taste
on the island.
How good it is
in the Super King Size
1973 . J. leynold. Tobacco Co.
possible creation of a public
park in the Peardale area.
A resolution to that effect
was introduced by Finance
Minister Carlton Francis, who
detailed the size of the
exchange as just over 1.5 acres.
The government-owned
property being transferred to
Marathon Estates is a portion
in the Soldier Road industrial
estate, on the southern side of
the East-West Highway.
In return government will
get land north of Robinson
Road in the "congested"
Union, Pinedale, Peardale and
Claridge Road area.
Mr. Francis explained that
the government was
endeavouring to find
recreational facilities for
certain crowded areas.
"It is the declared objective
of government that it shall be
looking to those areas in the
Commonwealth where citizens
are living in substandard
conditions. It will be looking
not only to housing but also to
recreational facilities," the
Minister said.
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Sets 6:04 p.m.
MOON
Rises 5:35 p.m.
Sets 5:58 a.m.
Helens brings you
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Madeira Shopping Centre, Bay St. in the John Bull Building
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THE ROYAL BANK HAS SEVERAL OPENINGS FOR AMBITIOUS YOUNG
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TRAINING IN PREPARATION FOR EARLY ENTRY INTO THE
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REWARDS AND BENEFITS. JOB SECURITY AND A WIDE SCOPE FOR
PROMOTION IN THE BANK THAT HAS SERVED THE COMMONWEALTH
LONGEST (SINCE 1908) AND HAS THE LARGEST LOCAL
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MANAGER'S DEPARTMENT. 5th FLOOR, TRADE WINDS BUILDING BAY
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get the job done
Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeporl from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.
REAL ESTATE
C8662
BEAUTIFUL two bedroom
furnished apartment
overlooking Montagu Bay (very
desirable area). New complete
rugs, stove, refrigerator, heater,
wall mirrors, sliding doors, etc..
Good rental no problem.
$27,500.00 Will consider
exchange in Florida. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime. P. O. Box hP4635,
Nassau.
C8770
LARGE 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
C8865
1-2 storey building on Soldier
Road opposite Technical
Training Centre.
2-2 storey buildings on Wulff
Road opposite Bahamian
Lumber. For further
information Phone 42981.
C8870
FOR SALE
3 Bedroom house, completely
furnished in excellent taste.
Carporte. basement, rear patio
All this for only $30,000.00.
We can arrange terms. Palmdale
residential area.
SPLIT LEVEL BLAIR. 3
bedroooms plus den
unfurnished but carpeted.
Spacious good quality house.
Asking only $64,000.00.
HILLTOP SKYLINE Has
POOL & TWO PATIOS. 4
bedrooms, 3 baths separate
dining two sitting rooms -
big enough for large family and
high class entertaining. To see
is to appreciate.
WESTWARD VILLAS
BEACH RIGHTS 6 bedrooms,
5 baths spacious outdoor
PATIO kingsize SWIMMING
POOL. Spacious grounds ideal
for large family.
CABLE BEACH THE GOLD
COAST. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths
- only 150ft. from SANDY
BEACH tastefully furnished
and decorated. Selling at a low
low price of $68,000.00.
EIGHTY FEET OF SANDY
BEACH. At Cable Beach. Has 4
bedrooms plus shower rooms
maids quarters Gorgeous views
- excellent swimming. Need
no pool -- best location
available. Only $105,000.00
WESTWARD VILLAS -rights
to Sandy Beach. 3 bedrooms
plus extra large screened-in
PATIO 2 car garage -
complete bedroom and bath
for maid enclosed grounds -
fruited trees. With Air and
Ceiling fans. Immaculate Was
$85,000.00 reduced to
$75,000.00.
Come to us we give red
carpet treatment.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate. Dial 22033, 22305,
22307 Nite41197.
REAL ESTATE
C8838
FOR SALE
1. Delightful Coral Harbour
residence excellent
location near Clubhouse
convenient to Flamingo
waterway. Three double
bedrooms, two baths,
spacious living-dining area,
sun porch, modern
kitchen, carport, etc.
Exceptional buy at
$77,000 furnished.
2. Attractive two-bedroom,
two-bath residence near
water with beach rights.
Three air-conditioned
bedrooms, two baths,
large living/dining opening
on to patio, spacious
kitchen, carport, etc.
$55,000 furnished.
3. Beautifully furnished
Westward Villas residence
with three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, large
living-dining, spacious sun
porch, patio, laundry,
utility room, etc. Lot: 95'
x 130'. Price reduced to
$75,000 for quick sale.
4. Outstanding buy in Cable
Beach residence near
water with beach rights
Three air-conditioned
bedrooms, two baths,
large living/dining opening
on to patio, spacious
kitchen, carport, etc.
$55,000 furnished.
5. Two-storey
Georgian-Colonial
a r c h i t ec t-designed
residence Vista Marina
with two bedrooms, two
bathrooms, living room,
dining room, powder
room, patio, laundry,
carport. two porches,
maid's bathroom, etc.
Lot: 80' x 168'. Dual
water supply. $54,000
semi-furnished.
H.G.CHRISTIE
Real Estate
309 3ay Street
P. O. Box N8164.
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041. 2-1042
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C8663
CORNER building lot, nwln"|
rojd. very near The Current
Club, Fleuthcra. $1750.00 or
make a sound offer. Contact
Mr. Kelly. Nassau Florist Ltd.,
P. O. Box N-4635, Nassau, or
call collect 5 2598 or 2-4223
anytime.
C8641
LARGE HILLTOP and
waterfront lots at East end.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
V 2 2680.
C8799
A GOOD investment a 21 aero
estate. Situated in good
residential area in New
Providence. Suitable for middle
priced lots with additional
space for long term rental
income property. For
information write the
advertiser c/o Box 3139.
Nassau.
C8827
l' STOREY BUILDING on
Montfort Street in Shirley
Heights. Lot 50 x 100 2
bedrooms, living room, dining,
kitchen. Only $23,000. Phone
5 4684.
C8797
A CHOICE lot ir. a good
location Centreville. frontage
150 ft. Depth 100 ft. Price
negotiable. Call Bills Real
Estate 23921
C8801
ON WEST BAY STREET by
The Grove and close to the
Beach the house is built
around a large patio in a
secluded garden with a private
entrance at the rear of the
property to a separate garage.
The accommodation
comprises: Three large
bedrooms, two bathrooms, a
spacious living room with
adjoining dining room, a
Bahama room and a large
kitchen. Own rainwater tank.
For sale at $65,000.00. Fully
furnished. or unfurnished.
Telephone 3431 7.
FOR SALE OR RENT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -
unique 5 room designer's
home, guest cottaqe. fireplace.
2>li baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkin, c/o Box 101. Harbour
Island.
FOR RENT
L8651
PRIME OFFICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 3-2351/4.
C8742
BASICALLY furnished 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned), 1 bath,
kltcrnn, living and dining area,
washing machine Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.
C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8784
2 BEDROOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C7142
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.
C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8820
LARGE ONE bedroom
furnished apartment with
telephone East Shirley Street
almost opposite Nassau
Bottling. Phone 5-8196.
C8724
3 BEDROOM 2 baths house.
Situated Anson Road,
SUpledon Gardens. For
information call 5-4258.
2 BEDROOM 2 bath residence
situate on waterfront in
western district. Fully
furnished, airconditioned, and
ready for immediate
occupancy. $400 per month
excluding utilities.
Call: Dorothy L. Atwood Ltd.
2-8763-4-56.
FOR RENT
C8853
SELF CONTAINED
APARTMENT Village Road
near Montagu Beach. $180 per
month including utilities
Phone31312.
C8762
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue
Hill Road south, one block
south of Soldier Road. Washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Telephone 23287.
C8815
BAYCROFT beautiful ocean
view. 1 bedroom apartment,
large living. tastefully,
furnished, top floor, telephone,
pool, laundry. Call 4-1288.
C8851
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment upstairs
Buccaneer Inn. For
information Call 5-4616.
C8841
FURNISHED 2 1-bedroom
apartments for rent. Phone
3-1403.
C8854
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment overhead Dr.
Symonette's office (dentist) -
Minnie Street. Apply on
premises.
C8862
SHOP (formerly Rainbow
Studio), Bay Street Arcade.
Phone Harold Hoffer 2-8537 or
5-8462 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CARS FOR SALE
C8816
1964 PONTIAC
LAURENCIAN with radio, in
A-l running condition. No
reasonable offer refused.
Telephone 7-7060.
C8849
1970 FORD LTD. V-8 Station
Wagon, Power steering, power
brakes, airconditioning, in
excellent condition. $2,995
ONO Phone R. F.
Hendrickson Tel:
2-1784-5-6. After 5:00 p.m.
Tel. 4-1235.
C8612
FIAT 124 Sports Coupe, 4,000
miles, $2,000
MORRIS Traveller, automatic.
$1500 or nearest offer. Phone
51147 evenings.
C8867
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
SUPER, automatic, radio, good
condition. $1225. Tel. 77375.
C8857
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
1970 Chevrolet Impala $2600
1969 Hill man
Automatic Green $875
1971 Vauxhall
Viva 2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1895
1970 Vauxhall Viva
Automatic Green $1200
1970 Ford LTD
A/C Beige, Vinyl $2995
1967 Cougar Yellow $800
1973Pontiac Hatchback
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva
S/W Automatic White $2600
1972Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 CyI. $3950
1970 Morris 1100 Series
White Automatic 4 Dr. $995
1970Chevelle 2 Dr. Auto.
Green A/C $3400
1970 Pontiac Pansienne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2500
1971 Vauxhall Victor
4 Dr. S/W Auto. Red. $1800
1973 Le Mans 4 Dr. Vinyl.
2000 miles only,
Blue, A/C $5850
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice House
Telephone 34636-7-8
FOR SALE
C8813
20 h.p. Mercury and engine
control. Both $375 call
3-2095.
C88II
5$ CASH PAID
For used furniture and
appliances. Fox Brothers
Furniture Outlet, Dowdesweli
Street (Formerly BESCO
Building). Sorry telephone
28012 is out of order.
C8843
A BUILT in oven and grill
(white) $50. Counter top gas
range $30. Phone 4-1543.
C8866
1-1956 Dodge Dump truck
1 Michigan Pay loader
Office equipment. Phone
42981.
C8858
BOSTON WHALER Squall, as
new. complete with sail, oars,
rudder, anchor. Ideal yacht
tender or children learning to
sail. $600
TV ANTENNA complete mast,
guy wires $25
Miscellaneous skiis $15
New camping tent 10' x 16'.
$150
Call days 7-7766, nights
7-7764.
FOR SALE
CARD OF THANKS
C8837
MISCELLANEOUS Office
Furniture. Must sell. Phone
2-1561.
C8871
2 8' x 10' new tents (sleeps
3-4)
1 10" x 16' tent (sleeps 6-8)
1 2 damper camping gas
stove also cots. etc. Priced very
reasonable. Walter Higgs.
Winchester St.. Phone 5-8742
or 2-4391.
c
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
C8558
WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2 7667 P. O. Bo
N4764. FRANK CARE/
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
MARINE SUPPLIES
C8649
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxuriou-
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C8803
19 Foot Fibreglass Open
Fisherman 115 HP Evinrude,
Deep V and Trailer Less than
one year old. Ideal for fishing
and skiing. Call 3-6645 from
9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m or
34569 after 8:00 D.m
"8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft., 4ft. draft. sTeel
hull, 290 tons, powered by
new Cat .343 diesel. 15 ton
crane. Up to date load line
with 2 cargo hatches, one 14ft.
x 24ft and the other 14ft. x
42ft.. double bottom, in
excellent shape.
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.
C8384
Bahamas Yacht sales
JAMES W Al BURY
P O BOX 96QQ
Nassau. Bahamas
TEL 2BO70
DISTRIBUTOR FOR
Trojan Yacht tf
A DIVISION OF
IIITTAKl:H
w
C8859
BOSTON WHALER Squall, a;
new complete with sail, oars
rudder, anchor. Ideal yachl
tender or children learning to
sail. $600 Call days 7-7766,
nights 7-7764.
C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT.excellent
condition, bargain at $18,500
Phone 54011 days.
C8869
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
CHRIS-CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
MAGNUM MARINE
AVON INFLATABLES
SEE US AT THE
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
FEBRUARY 23-28
P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
Nona
C8798
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. offers for immediate
delivery a uniqup electronic
pocket calculator which adds,
subtracts, divides and
multiplies in seconds. For
information call 23921.
PERSONAL
C8823
POETRY AND ILLUSTRAT-
IONS. Anyone interested
please telephone 7-7911.
C8834
(ft
The Family of the late Alrea
Elizabeth Riley, who died 4th
February 1973, wish to thank
sincerely the many friends,
associates and relatives for
floral wreaths, cards and
condolences during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
the Staff Members of
BATELCO. and The Rev.
Charles Smith, Rev. Theo
Darling of Zion Baptist Church
and Butler's Funeral Homes.
IN MEMORIAM
i 8856
In loving memory of our
beloved daughter Mavis Dames
who departed this life
February 16th, 1971.
She sleeps in our Lord's
peaceful arms,
Gone but not forgotten.
Left to mourn: parents, four
children, two sisters and two
brothers; and a host of relatives
and friends.
1 POSITION WANTED
C8844
LADY WITH experience would
like to work for you as
janitress, maid or laundress.
Phone 3-5452.
C884b
EXPERIENCED lady would
like to work for you as maid.
janitress or laundress. Phone
35972.
HELP WANTED
C8788
ONE TRUCK DRIVER and
one experienced Back Hoe
Operator. Contact Carl G.
Treco Contractors Ltd; Phone
24996 58725.
C8759
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED requires
automotive mechanic with own
tools. Experience with a garage
or fleet owner preferred.
Previous experience with G. M.
vehicles and/or engines an asset
but not essential. Successful
applicant would be expected to
fill a vacant position with
ample room for advancement.
Contact Mr. J. Smith, Service
Manager for appointment.
C8824
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
required by Touche Ross & Co.
Applicant must have
experience in auditing at a
senior level and should be able
to write well and communicate
with clients in a concise
manner. A university degree
would be helpful but is not
essential if applicants have the
required experience in the
accounting and auditing
profession. This position
carries a good salary with
medical and other benefits.
Applicants should apply, in
their own handwriting to: P. O.
Box N-7526. Nassau.
C8814
AN UPHOLSTERER with at
least two years experience.
Also able to drive. Call 2-2481
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
WORK FOR THE AIRLINES
CM46
in Reservations, Ticketing. Stewardess. Refllp Vfalll, PuMnfsl
Service. Travel free plus men} oihei tmployea benefits. Call <>r let
Mr Kiehard MoocMy, Alpha Airline! School, al the ISIIIIS
HOUSE, IKIII'OKI. Februar) 18th and 19th. Phone 3S3-SI3I.
Or ai (he BRITISH COLONIAL HOTI I on Be) Street, Nassau,
hebruar) 2Sthand 2Mli. I'll.Hi.- 322-3301.
CM41
HOTkL MANAdKMKNT. CAREERS \1.1 VVAILABLI FOR
Managers. Assistant Maniftn, Housekeepers. Desk I Kris
Maintenance. Clerical. MEN WOMEN COUPLES Ml M.lv
Call or sec Mr. William Alberl. Alpha Resort Career Institute, al llie
INDIES HOIISI IKIII'OKI. n BRUARY I mh and 19th. Phona
3S2-8S2I.. or et the BRITISH COLONIAI ilolii on Be) Street,
Nassau. HIIRUAKY 2Sth and 26lh. I'lwne 322-1.1(11
CII4B
MAKI Blt, MOM V i. i III \vi EQUIPMENTOPI RATOR. Ml N
Learn In operate Dotare, Dragline*, BacfchoM, I Olden, eC. i ill
or see Mr. Kit-hard Morales. Alpha Mean I uinpmenl S, I.....I, ,,i n.
INDUS HOIISI. IRIH-ORT. I EBRUAR i 18th and 19th. Phone
352-8821. Or al the BRITISH COI ONIM Hull I on lias Street,
Nassau. I ehru.irs 2Slhaud 26th, Phone 322-3301.
HELP WANTED
TRADE SERVICES
C8822
CAYMAN ISLAND AND
SWITZERLAND Vacancy
for non-smoker secretary
wanting travel. Phone 7-7911
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.
C8855
BARBER good experience
required. Telephone 2-3833
Miller & Cartwright Barber
Shop, Mackey Street.
C8836
WANTED: Farmer
Road. Phone 3-5959.
Soldier
C8842
DOMESTIC for small
household full or part time.
References absolutely
necessary. Phone for
appointment 2-4777 between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m.
C8833
BARBER is urgently needed.
Top salary for right man.
Contact Master-Barber, W.I.
McKinney, Lincoln Blvd.,
opposite Adderley Upholstery.
Write P. O. Box 1312, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
Limited. P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age. fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a full
resume of education,
experience and technical
certification.
C8860
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
- Out Island Resort and Reel
Estate Operation. Food and
Beverage Planning and Control
essential. Responsible for all
accounting and financial
statement preparation and
analysis. Must plan and control
all monetary aspects of
complete operation. Salary
$600.00 per month. Reply to
Luray Bahamas, P. O. Box
N8328, Nassau.
C8863
CHARTERED QUALITY
SURVEYORS, NASSAU.
Require trainee surveyor ago
16 to 18 with minimum three
'O' levels including
mathematics.
An excellent opportunity for
one who is prepared to study
with prospect of further
education abroad.
Please reply in own
handwriting to Denis Hingston,
Widnell & Trollope, P. O. Box
N-985, Nassau.
C8868
LIVE-IN MAID. Experienced
Bahamian over thirty. Two
school children. References
essential. Phone 41204.
C8864
THE DELTEC BANKING
CORPORATION LIMITED
require two Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or an international financial
institution. Must be willing to
travel primarily to Latin
America and Europe. Please
reply to Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. O.
Box N-3229, Nassau.
SCHOOLS
C8782
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencing week of Februarv
12. 1973. Call Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
or pay us a visit at Shirley
Street opposite Collins Avenue.
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TRADE SERVICES
C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT
UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO'S
NEW 'SUPER STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
51071-2-3-4.
(,8634
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 58213, or
5-1772 WORLD OF MUSIC,
Dewgard Plaza.
C8639
Pinder "i Customs
Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING. STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH.
PHONE: 2-3795,2-3796,
2-3797. 2-3798
Airport 77434
TRADE SERVICES
C8642
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS.
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd..
t-or free estimates and prompt
vrvice call 2-8421.
LITTLE
THINGS
AHb
IMPORTANT
Small in si/e, but
performing an important
function when needed ...
whal would we do without
paper clips, pins, needles,
etc.?
Classified Ads are like thai
loo! In fact, Ihey do more
things for more people at
lower cost than any other
form of advertising!
Place your ad now in The
Tribune Classified section.
GRAND BAHAMA
IN FREEPORT TEL 352-6608
HELP WANTED
C7157
1-VEGETABLE COOK: Must
have three years experience in
first class Hotels and
Restaurants. References and
Police Certificate required.
3-DINING ROOM CAPTAINS:
Experienced in high class
service, preparation of flambe
items. Must have three years
minimum experience in first
class Hotels and Restaurants.
References and Police
Certificate required.
1-BROILER CHEF: Must have
three years experience in first
class Hotels and Restaurants in
preparation of International
cuisine.
1-ASSISTANT MAITRE D':
Must have past experience in
similar position with
knowledge of setting up
stations for waitresses, table
numbers and arrangements for
special parties. Individual
should also be responsible for
the controlling of reservations
to prevent over booking and to
tabulate group business for any
show so that proper charges are
made for accounting.
1 MAITRE D": Must have past
experience in similar position
with knowledge of setting up
stations for waitresses, table
numbers and arrangements for
special parties. Individual
should also be responsible for
controlling of reservations to
prevent over booking and
tabulate group business for any
show so that proper charges are
made for accounting.
1-ENTERTAINMENT
PRODUCER/DIRECTOR:
Knowledge and experience in
all phases of the entertainment
business is essential. Contracts
with Producers, Agents,
Writers. Choreographers and
Musicians throughout the
United States, United Kingdom
and Bahamas. Applicant must
have experience in staging,
directing and lighting of revues.
Preferable applicant should
have a minimum of 15 years
experience in all the above
varieties of show business.
1 KITCHEN PORTER:
Individual will be responsible
for the cleaning of kitchen and
disposal of garbage. Applicant
should be willing to work hard.
Police Certificate and
References are required.
1 BARTENDER: Full
knowledge of preparation of all
drinks. Ability to operate
N.C.R. Three years minimum
experience as a Bartender in
first class Hotels and
Restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
Applicant must apply in person
to: PERSONNEL
DEPARTMENT, EL CASINO
P. O. BOX F-787,
FREEPORT. GRAND
BAHAMA.
C7144
GRAND BAHAMA Telephone
Company, Freeport, has an
opening for a Service Centre
Supervisor in charge of a stall
of 6 employees. A qualified
applicant must have experience
as a craftsman in the area of
Station, Key and PABX
installation and repair and be
familiar with the various record
keeping functions related to
cable, line, terminal, left in,
special and line treatment
activity.
Apply: 2C, Kipling Building or
call 352-9352.
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd.. P. O. Box
F-2478, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island, Bahamas.
FOR SALE
C7156
1969 26' Stamas twin 160
horsepower i/o. fiberglass. Cost
new $13,000.00. Duty Paid,
asking $7,900.00. Telephone:
Freeport 373-2616.
HELP WANTED
C7150
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
DIRECTOR: In charge of all
Food and Beverage operations.
Must be experienced in food
and beverage operations in a
500-room hotel. Knowledge of
departmentalized hotel
accounting. Knowledge of
personnel administration,
purchasing, cost accounting,
banquet sales and set-ups.
Complete knowledge of ail
food and beverage products as
to recognized sizes,
specifications, quality and
standards. Ability to train and
develop all food and beverage
mid management personnel.
Recognized hotel training
preferred.
ASSISTANT FOOD AND
BEVERAGE DIRECTOR:
Must be fully experienced in
food and beverage operation,
payroll analysis, menu
planning, dining room design,
cost accounting, labour
relations, convention
procedures, and co-ordination.
Operational knowledge of all
standard food and beverage-
equipment. Ability to train and
develop all food and beverage
mid-management personnel.
Recognized hotel certificate
preferred.
PASTRY CHEF: Must be able
to run a pastry shop on his
own. Must have knowledge of
French pastry, assorted pies.
Gourmet desserts, Must be able
to make outstanding decorative
cakes, Wedding cakes, etc...
Must have two years
experience.
TWO(2) CHEF DE PARTIE:
Preferably European trained.
Must have apprenticeship
papers, must have complete
knowledge of Gourmet dishes
and International cooking,
must have two years
experience as a Chef de Partie.
For all of the above, please
apply to the HOLIDAY INN,
P. O. ROX F-760,
FREEPORT. 373-1333. Miss
Stafford.
C7145
STOREROOM MANAGER:
Must be able to do food
purchasing for 500-room Hotel
storeroom Mus* be extremely
knowledgeable of cost factors
and qualified with different
grades of meats. 3-5 years
experience in this field.
References are required.
GOLF DIRECTOR: Must be a
class member of Bahamas
Professional Golfers
Association, also a member of
a P.G.A. for 5 years. Served a 5
year apprenticeship under a
golf professional or golf
director at a bona fide golf
club. Experienced in operating
a golf professional shop
including retailing and
merchandising and running golf
tournaments. 7 years teaching
experience, attended lectures
and be proficient in repairing
golf clubs. Must be neat in
appearance, well mannered and
courteous with members and
guests.
CHIEF STEWARD: Must
know how to make schedules
for staff and keep their time,
how to make complete set up
for all buffets and be able to
WOT! '->ng hours. 5 years
experience as a Chief Steward,
high school education. Starting
salary $650.00 to $700.00 per
month, plus living quarters for
a single man.
REFRIGERATION/AIR-CON-
DITIONING MECHANIC:
Capable of installations, repair
and maintenance of window
air-conditioning units and 5
ton to 250 ton central units,
refrigerators, walk-in freezers
and ice makers.
Interested Persons: Apply
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL .
COUNTRY CLUB, WEST
END, GRAND BAHAMA..
PERSONNEL OFFICE


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1973.
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HELP WANTED
C7155
3 AIRCRAFT CATERING
LOADERS NEEDED. MUST
HAVE AT LEAST 3 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN HANDLING
AND PREPARING FOOD
TRAY SET-UPS FOR
AIRLINE CATERING AND
LOADING INTO THE
AIRCRAFT GALLEYS
QUALIFIED AND
EXPERIENCED TO DRIVE
AIRCRAFT HI-LIFT
TRUCKS.
ALSO NEEDED: ONE
KITCHEN HELPER. WHOSE
DUTIES INCLUDE POT
WASHING, EMPTYING
GARBAGE, CLEANING
GARBAGE RECEPTACLES
AND SINKS. MUST BE ABLE
TO DRIVE.
REPLY TO: G.B. CATERERS
LTD., P. O. BOX F-1943,
FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA, TELEPHONE
352-7391.
CSS53
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants In
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
patd excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply In writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse *
Co.. P. O. Box F-24I5.
Freeport. Bahamas.
C8628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
required: High school graduate
or equivalent education: 3-5
years experience desirable.
Applicant must be able to take
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: tiling
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person to Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport.
C7163
PROCESSING PLANT
MANAGER Must have at
least 3 years experience in
poultry processing and
management. Some experience
with poultry equipment an
added asset.
Contact Bahamas Poultry Co..
Ltd., Box F-137, Freeport'
Phone 352-7897.
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
Limited. P. O. Box 5140.
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a full
resume of education,
experience and technical
certification.
C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co.. P. o. Box F2415
Freeport. Bahamas.
C7161
AUTOMOTIVE/ELECTRICAL
MECHANIC with minimum
3 years experience on General
Motors products. Must be able
to diagnose electrical problems
and follow schematic diagrams.
Full Company benefits and
factory training available.
Bahamians only apply
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
Ltd., P. o. Box F-555
Telephone 352-7001.
C7164
CLEANER/MAINTENANCE
MAN Applicant will be
responsible for general cleaning
which includes the cleaning of
toilets and office ouilding. The
applicant should also be
expected to work nights at
times.
Apply to: Devco Personnel
Dept., 18C Kipling Bldg.. P. O.
Box F-2666, Freeport. GBI.
C7162
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
BANK requires for its
Mortgage and Real Estate
Group in Freeport a Mortgage
Loan Administration Assistant.
Successful applicant should
have good educational
background and preferably
experience in mortgage
banking, finance, real estate
and accounting. Full training
programme available for young
career-minded applicant.
Interested parties should send
resume to Mortgage and Real
Estate Group, P. O. Box
F-2681, Freeport or telephone
Misselbrook 352-6741 for an
appointment.
-7154
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
BANK requires for its
Mortgage and Real Estate
Group in Freeport an
Executive Secretary with good
educational background,
typing and shorthand skills.
Knowledge of mortgage loans,
real estate, conveyancing and
title research would be an
advantage.
Apply Misselbrook, Mortgage
Dept., P. O. Box F-2681,
Telephone 352-6741 for an
appointment.
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Rupert has to be content to
sit in the basket and wait.
The journey seems endless,
hut at length he glimpses
something hazy, something
that takes on a clearer shape
aa the travelling basket
approaches. It's a castle I "
cries the little bear. And I
know whose it is I It's the one
all mams
CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. New Mexico
art colony
5. Plant louse
10. Vaulted alcove
11. Foliage
13. Chinese wai
14. Ornate
15. Tantalum
symbol
17. Simple
19. Seed capsule
20. Surface-to-air
missile
21. Auditioned
23. Handle roughly
where Santa Claus lives. I've
been here before I Even
though he knows he is far
from home he is glad when the
journey ends on ona of the
terraces. At least it isn't a
strange place," he tells
himself. Santa is sure to
think of a way back.
26.Souchong
28.Epochal
29 At a distance
31. Name
33. Hatchet
34.Fetch
36. libe
38 Hindrance
39. Recall
44 Bone
45 Grotto
46.Peacock
47. Paradise
49 Shipshape
50. English river
51. Puppy's cry
SOLUTION Of SATUKDA
DOWN
1. Finish line
2. Pinnacle
3 Norwegian
capital
Benches
Dismayed
Persian
fairy
Concoct
Vine
Selenium
symbol
Balsam
Muddle
Dine
Plantation
rubber
Engineering
degree
Casals
Newly
Postpone
Increase
Nurse
Insect
Severe
Vain
Quits
Stark
Wicked
Play
Elevator
carriage
And: Fr
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from the Carroll Riahttr Inrtituta
GENERAL TENDENCIES Think in terms of
your long-range plans that have scope and
significance to them, thc.i you will be able to make real
headway into gaining the progress that you want However,
you need to systematize and handle these matters wisely If
you have some unfinished jobs that can bring you success,
concentrate upon them now
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Talk over with right people
your finest aims and gain their ideas and cooperation so you
attain them more quickly, successfully. Show you are a person
of real ability. Evening is best spent at home.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Sit down with those at home
and try to harmonize your ideas and efforts more wisely so
everyone is happier and more successful. Use different tactics
and get better results with long-range aims Show you have
determination.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Making appointments early
with persons who can help you gain your aims and keeping
them on time is best way to proceed now Find the right
methods to make big headway with allies, both new and old
Forget all that extravagance.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Study property
well and see where you can make improvements that are
necessary, which add to its intrinsic value. Long-range plan
may require signing agreements. Study them well first Avoid
one who bickers too much
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Listen to what your best pal has
to say regarding some personal aim you have and follow
excellent advice. Get together with friends at social affairs and
fine results follow A good evening for the theater
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) An expert can give you advice
in a confidential way, so be sure to get it and use it wisely,
make the changes that are necessary. Follow your intuition
which is accurate, also. Forget that flirtatious interlude.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) You have to study those new
ideas you have more if you're to put them into successful
operation Take the right steps that will bring more harmony
with a good friend You have been quite matter-of-fact lately
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) If you get in touch with an
expert and talk over that plan you have in mind, you then
know for sure what to do about it Hit on the right system,
also. Confide in mate in p.m and get good advice.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Look at Ihose plans
you have for the future with a clear eye and know what must
be done to make them operate successfully. Make that change
that is wise. New contacts can give you very good suggestions,
also.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Your hunches are very
good and can give you the clue as to what should be done
insofar as important matters are concerned Cooperate more
with co-workers. Listen to what mate has to say and
understand the true picture.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Talk over with an
associate how to have a more harmonious and profitable
alliance in the future. Make that decision re public work and
be sure it improves your reputation Avoid some social affair
that is not your cup of tea.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Make your home more
charming or your place of work more attractive and impress
co-workers more with your fine talents. Gain the support of
outsiders for other matters. Try to retire fairly early tonight
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those very serious-minded young people who will want
to map out a future for himself or herself early based on
practical and worthy lines to last a lifetime, and will never be
guilty of trying to build on sand Be sure to plan for the finest
education and give as much moral support as you can, as well
as cultural advantages that will open new doors of
opportunity. Musical talent here, also
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!
Bridge
Chess
By VICTOR MOLLO
Dealer South: N S Vul.
South
8K q J 8 6 5 3
3
O A K 5 3
North
? 10 9
0 10 8 7 5 2
O
a> o 1076
West leads the *K against 4+.
How should South play ?
Most declarers would ruff,
lead a diamond to dummy's
OQ, come back to the OK and
ruff a diamond. Then they would
lead trumps.
Is that the best line of play ?
Before going further, the
reader may like to form his own
plan. Ready ? Then let's follow
the late Albert Morehead, who
Introduced this hand In hii last
book, Aforeheod on biddine.
The trouble with the sequence
of plays outlined above is that it
fails against a very ordinary dis-
tribution, such ns this:
West East
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AKJ83 9 5 4 3
West goes up with his 4A and
leads his fourth diamond which
Blast run's.
There is no need for South to
run this risk. After ruffing his
second small diamond in
dummy, he returns to his hand
with a olub ruff and ruffs the
0A Regardless of the distribu-
tion, defenders cannot take more
than the 4>A and two hearts.
It doesn't come naturally to
ruff one's aces, but the quality
of Souths trumps, solid down to
the eight, should suggest this
line of play.
Jne L^omic [a
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JUDGE PARKER
By PAUL NICHOLS
WELL. YOU
JUST GET ON THAI FLIGHT IN "HE
MORNING. RELAX AND ENJOY YOUR-
SELF, ROCKY I'LL 5EE YOU IN
ABOUT TWO WEEKS.' OKAY ?
APARTMENT 3-G
By Alex Kotzky
NCIOEHTALLY, JORDAN NASH
IS IN LONPON- - ANP EX-
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DOCTOR, SHE KNOWS
EXACTLY WHEN JORDAN
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champion Bobby Pisoher to miss
a tactical win. but it happened in
this position from an exhifc-tion
game where.Bobby played Whir.*
ito move) against Sweden's Ul*
Andersson. Bobby pliiyed 1
BK5; he stfll won. but It took
a dozen moves. Can you find
what he missed?
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master; I minute, oheas expert;
3 minutes, county player; 7 min-
utes, club strength; 15 minutes,
average; 30 minutes, novice
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the cott o/ a decisive material
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10
2.i?r Qlnbunr
Friday. February 16. 1973.
Canadian Boxing Association chief
advocates headguards for amateurs -f uin
STINGRAYS PAY
THEIR FINES
HOBBY HORSE RACE LINEUPS
Bailey girls beat St. Anne's
By GLADSTONK THURSTON
HEAD-CiUAKDS ARK KSSKNTIAL to the protection of the boxer and should become mandatory during
amateur boxing tournaments, declared Canadian Amateur Boxing Association's president Mr. Jtrry Shears, who
is presently vacationing in Nassau along with his wife Esther.
"With this philosopii
actually proved to the educational
and medical authorities that besides
our rules and regulations tor ufety
we are further elimin.iiing
unnecessary risks of injury with the
introduction of the head-guards.''
Mr. Shears said.
Patrons attending the
Canada/Bahamas amateur boxing
tournament on Saturday would
have noticed that all the Canadian
competit s \ rt head-guards. The
wcnr mandate. it. Canada. When
contact concerning the wearing
of had-j.ird. i* president of the
Btha..ni Amateur Boxing
Aasocla..)," uL 'hat in the
Ba.iamai lb optional.
Mr. Shears went on to explain
that In amateur boxing. H is Mil)
right nnd fair that the boxers must
protect themselves seeing that the*
are not paid for competing, but ,'
in It to that they can develop
themsalve* Should thev naturally
choose to go professional, there is
no use in exposing themselves to
unnecessary injuries while
participating In amateur boxing.
'Where professional boxen say
that wa are ruining the sport, we
j.e actually ..omplemciitintf the
i| jrt by protecting the amateur,'*
he saiu. "This makes more sense to
the game of amateur boxing."
M.'NV DISAPPROVE
I ir tournai. ent purposes, many
people have voiced their
dlsappn il .>f the head guard
wh..' was Int jduced into boxing
n.in> yars f .o as a form of guard
to \ "o. ct th professionals during
training 'omr say that the
head-guard gives the boxer a false
sense of security and that he will
take chances with his head. Mr.
Shears feels that this is no! to,
Others say that the game will not
be patronized as people, seeing the
boxers performing in head guards,
will think that all they are doing is
an exhibition. This again is not so
as seen during Saturday's
tournament when John Breamer
was knocked down by Gary Davis.
Again. others say that
head-guards are loo clumsy. Kor
this, Mr. Shears said that at present
manufacturers are working on that
situation and quicker and better
results would be imminent if they
had a market. However,
competition head-guards are much
lighter than training head-guards.
The head-guard protects the ears
and eyes and after 2,000
competitions with the head guard
medical authorities have reported
no Injuries. "Membership in Canada
WINDIES & AUSSIES
NAME TEAMS
KINGSTON. JAMAICA (Al)
West Indies have omitted 'live
Lloyd, Deryck Murray and David
Holford from the team to meet
Australia in the first cricket Test
starting at Sahina Park here today.
Selection of the team came after
a long session at nets. The team Is
Rohan Kanhai (captain), Inihan
All, Uton Howe, Michael tindlay,
Maurice Foster, Roy Fredericks,
Lance Glbbs, Geoffrey Greenidge.
Vanbum Holder, Alvin Kallicharran
and Lawrence Rowe with Clive
Lloyd as twelfth man.
The Teat U the 31st between the
countries and is expected to attract
a sellout crowd on all five days.
The Australians named 12
(layers from whom they will make
hear final choice. They are Ian
'happen (captain), Keith
Stack pole. Ian Redpath, Greg
Ctiappel), Ross Edwards, Doug
Walters. Rodney Marsh, Kerry
O'Keeffc, Terry Jenner, Max
Walker, Dennis LUIee and Jeff
Hammond.
JERRY SHEARS
... A one man army for the
protection of amateur boxing.
has increased from 368 in 1968 to
over 2,000 now," said Mr. Shears.
"It (amateur boxing) is becoming
more and more popular now due to
the introduction of the
head guards. Again, it is in line with
keeping the kids off the streets
into a gymnasium where there is
supervision and control," he said.
A lot of educational authorities
frown on amateur boxing because
of the image professional boxing
places on it. "This can be changed
if we consider professional boxing
and amateur boxing as two
different worlds apart," he said as a
matter of fact, "it is changing
baoaiaM more and more people are
becoming aware of the Olympic
style of boxing rules and
regulations," explained Mr. Shears.
BETTER SCORING
I or example, in amateur boxing,
the referee whose main
responsibility is to protect the
boxers may compel a standing
count if the fighter is da/ed
following a hard punch. This is not
done in professional boxing.
In the scoring of points in
amateur boxing, a knock down is
recorded only as a good punch and
only blows which land on the target
with the knuckle part of the closed
glove counts as scoring blows. It
lakes three scoring blows to count
as one punch.
Mr. Shears, who was one of those
responsible for the implementation
of a world amateur boxing
championship, first put the motion
to the World Boxing Council In
PAKISTAN SCORE
300 FOR 7
AUCKLAND. NEW ZEALAND,
I eh. 16 i \l'i Solid batting led by
Majid Khan with 110 carried
Pakistan to the sate' score of 7'
wickets for 300 runs on the first
day of the Third Test against New
Zealand at Eden Park Friday.
Majid figured in a 104 run stand
for the third wicket with Mushtau
Mohammed (6 I) after New Zealand
had gained an early breakthrough
by dismissing Zaheer Abbas and
Sadiq Mohammed at 43 before
lunch.
Intikhab Alam won the toss and
batted first on a firm pitch.
This is the second time New
Zealand have gone through the
series without winning the toss for
they lost all five in their last rubber
agomst West Indies.
The pitch gave some life to the
bowling before lunch but should be
easy for batting and unless New
Zealand collapse it is unlikely there
will be a result in this four-day test.
1970 when it was held in Prance.
At the same time, he offered to
host the first world amateur boxing
championship. The opinion of the
congress at that time was that the
World Boxing Association was not
ready for it and so he lost his bid.
Also at the same time, Mr Shears
said that he and the representative
from Sweden introduced a
resolution that head guards become
mandatory at the Olympic Games.
However, most of the European
countries were against the use of
head-guards and instead of allowing
the resolution to come to a vote,
they withdrew the motion and
asked the committee to do some
reseach on the matter.
WANTS GUARDS
The world championship and the
implementation, of the head guard
was what Canada was moving for,
Mr. Shears explained. "We also
wanted to change (he image of
boxing." he added, explaining thai
some people, including medicals
and educationalists, were moving
against boxing because of the
critical injuries thai were involved.
These things became so generalised
thai they affeel the interest of
amateur boxing. As a result, the
popularity and the necessary
leadership was not evident as
nobody was usually interested. "It
takes dedication and people who
are loyal," said Mr. Shears. "The
rules and regulations of boxing are
very strut
At the last World Boxing
Congress in Munich, it was
discovered lhal he International
Amateur Boxing Association has
authority to grant a licence to a
nation to host the world
championship. Several meetings
were held and it was almost
unanimous that a world amateur
boxing championship should be
held.
Canada engineered it so that th-
world championship may be held in
such a way that the host country
can support it. All the eliminations
are done at home and the finals are
played at the host country. After
more discussion, it was finally
decided that Japan would host the
1973 would championship which
will take place between August
22-26. Canada will host the world
championship in 1974, the U.S.S.R.
In 1975 and Colombia hosts it In
1977. There will be no
championship In 1976 as that will
be the year of the Olympics.
BUILDS CHARACTERS
Looking over his years of boxing
experience, Mr. Shears, who began
his boxing career at the age of
eight, sees amateur boxing as a
form of character building, and
helping one to think independently.
"A boxer must learn to think for
himself," he said. "By instinct, he
has to learn to do the things to
protect himself ... which is what he
needs when he goes out Into the
world to build for himself.
"To win, you require character
and understanding. You must
understand your opponent's ability
and yuu must understand your
ability "
Looking into the coming year,
there is a lot In store for the
Canadian amateur boxers who have
a lot of tournaments to attend,
including the world championship
trials.
There is the Canadian national
exhibition where six boxers will be
picked for the British
Commonwealth Games and in
October the'y are invited to
compete in East Germany and in
November they are expected to
compete in Europe. "In effect, an
athlete taking up boxing, in Canada
has a chance to see the world if he
is willing to train hard enough,"
said Jerry Shears.
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By IVAN JOHNSON
BAHAMAS AMERICAN
Football League Association
President. Geoff Williams.
announced this morning that
the Stingrays have paid the $5
fines imposed on them by the
BAFLA. The fines were levied
on the Stingrays players for
their walkout during the
Crawfish Bowl game at the
Sports Centre on December 31.
At a meeting of the
Association last Tuesday,
February 13, it was ruled by
the BAFLA officers that unless
the Stingrays paid their fines
by Thursday, February 15, the
All Star Game, due to be
played on Friday, February 23,
would be called off.
The Association ruled
originally that any player
failing to pay this fine of SS by
January 24 would be banned
from playing in any
Association Sanctioned games.
On January 23 the Stingrays
were given an extension by the
Association and the deadline
for the paying of the fines was
moved to February 6.
On February 6, the
Association disclosed that the
Stingrays had still not paid
their fines but in spite of this
the officers of the Association
had decided that the Stingrays
players would be allowed to
play in the All Star Game on
February 23 thus backing
down on their original ruling
that any player failing to pay
the fine by February 6 would
be banned from playing in
Association sanctioned games
The reason given by the
Association for this decision
was that the officers of the
BAFLA felt that since the All
Star game was to be watched
by Scouts of the New England
Patriots then it would only be
fair to give every player in the
Association a chance to display
his talents to the scouts.
DISAPPROVAL
This decision by the
Association caused an
immediate reaction of total
disapproval from officers and
players in the Association,
many of whom expressed the
opinion that the Stingrays
should not be allowed to play
on the All Star Game unless
they had paid their fines. And
newly appointed BAFLA
Secretary Geoff Stuart resigned
saying he could not associate
himself with an Association
that could not discipline its
players.
Realizing that it must
uphold its original ruling that
the Stingrays must not play in
Association sanctioned games
unless they have paid their
fines the Association finally
ruled that unless the Stingrays
already selected to play in the
All Star Game paid their gines
by Thursday. February 15, the
game would have to be called
off because with only eight
days to practise the players
could not be switched around.
The All Star Game will be a
combined Freeport Rock
Crushers and Nassau Jets side
against a combined Marlins and
Stingrays team.
FIRST PRO CYCLE
MEET ON FEB. 25
THE BAHAMAS Professional
Cycling Association will stage their
first meet of 1973 on February 25
when Shell Golden Gates Service
Station sponsors them In a 37 mile
road rice beginning at the Service
Station.
Among the top professional
cyclers Leonard Miller. Donna
Brown and Cowboy Musgrove
BUI Pinder, Rennie Pinder and Bob
Freeze will be making their debut.
CRIPPLED CHILDREN
From Page I
continuing support," the
release said.
Members of the Professional
Committee are Dr Graeme P.
Duffy, chairman, Dr. Michael
Wallace. Dr. Granville Bain, Dr.
Earl Farrington, Mr. T. L
Darling, Mrs. D. Phillips, Mrs.
S. Morris.
THK FOLLOWING are the
lineups for tomorrow's racing at
Hobby Hon* Race Track.
1ST RACK S furlongs
Sabrina III
Lady Hug 113
Cigi 111
Mentone 111
Sweet N F jn 113
Dun Taffy 111
Amazingly 113
Jenny Fanny 113
Matilda 111
2ND RACK *V, furlongs
Gone Away 117
Connie 113
Carmichael Queen 113
Runaway Child 113
Amalone 11 5
Miss Millie 117
Jungle Pie 117
Pie Child 120
Go Billy Go 113
3RD RACF. 6 furlongs
Sea Fury 113
Flirt 115
Queen Of the Road 11 I
Ncysa's Joy I 17
Miss Constance 113
Annie Belle I 11
Daaari Poa 113
Boomerang 111
Drink En Draw 113
4TII RACE 5 furlongs
Pete 115
Catherina IIS
Jubils 117
Doe Doe 117
Miss Pumpkin 113
China Doll 11 3
Torino 113
Gunsmoke 11 3
Be Wonderful 113
JTH RACE S> furlongs
Madison Life I 15
Leaping Lena 113
Lady Rolle 11 3
DSpyrcm 113
Hang Em High 11 3
County 115
Thricie 111
Winchester 113
Fair Lady 113
6TII RACF. 9 furlongs
I. Ubby>
ubbu'/ a
Ubby'/
^FRJJlt
COCKJAlt
Dal Like Dat
Regal Ranger
R O-Sure
Moon Walk
Count /orich
Horan Shoran
Miss A.K.ml.t}'1
7TH RACE
III Jess
Al's Twist
Glory Stopper
The Stranger
Hydra
Spanish Dancer
Peace Maker
Star Marie
Last Hope
8TH RACE
Last Round
Lori Bums
Pal
Dr. Sos
Misty Star
Rockola
Not Me
Miss Nethlea
Diamond
5 furlongs
5 furlongs
116
114
122'
I 18
113
129
I 16
114
I 14
I 14
114
116
I 16
I II
114
116
116
113
116
I I I
1 II
116
113
III
R. M. BAILEY HIGH Senior
Girls behind the shooting of
Rosetta Nairn and Dorothy Davis
stopped St. Anne's College Senior
Gins 28-8 yesterday to take second
(lace in the Eastern Division of the
nter School Basketball Series.
Going into the first quarter
Angela Saunders contributed four
points for Bailey High who took an
8-0 first quarter lead. Continuing
their attack, Davis added another
four in the second quarter as Bailey
High opened their command to
16-4 at the end of the second
quarter.
Stepping up their pace in the
third quarter, Beula Gardiner
scored lour for St. Anne's but it
was not enough to stop Bailey High
who kept St. Ann's scoreless In the
last quarter to go on and hold
second place.
Davis and Nairn scored 8 each
for Bailey High and Peggy Ann
Pierce added six. Gardiner topped .
St. Anne's with six.
EASTERN DIVISION
(senior boys)
w
I
4
3
3
I
St. Augustine's College
R.M. Bailey High
St. Anne's Collegee
Queen's College
L.W. Young High
Note: SI. Anne's and Bailey High
have a postponed game to olav.
WESTERN "DIVISION '
(senior boys)
St John's College
Aquinas College
Prince Williams High
C.C. Sweeting High
Government High
A. F. Adderley High
Note: All schools
L
1
2
4
5
6
9
the
exception of St. John's and
Aquinas have postponed games to
play.
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4
3
3
0
with
M MILLION OFFER
TO ALI & FOREMAN
PHILADELPHIA, FEB. 16
(AP)-A Philadelphia boxing
promoter says he has offered 4
million dollars 2 million dollars
each to heavyweight champion
George Foreman ana Muhammad
Ali for a title right next autumn.
J. Russell Pelt/ said the offer wai
made to AJi'a manager, Herbert
Muhammad, half an hour after Ali
defeated Joe Bugncr In Las Vegas
Wednesday night. The promoter
said Thursday that Muhammad was
"extremely interested."
Peltz said the owners of a
Philtdelphia sports arena had
authorized the offer.
Ali's next Tight is scheduled for
March 31. against Ken Norton,
while Foreman reportedly is eyeing
a defense against challenger
Joe'King'Roman of Puerto Rico.
ninth rated hopeful for the world
heavyweight crown.
LAVER WINS
TORONTO Top-seeded Rod
l-iv.T. Australia, beal Irew
McMillan 6-2, 6-3 and advanced to
the semi-finals in the $50,000
Toronto international tennis
tournament.
CANADIAN LOSES
CALGARY Haul Cerken.
Texas whipped Canada's top Davis
Cup player Mike Belkin, Montreal
6-3, 6-1 in the $15,000 Canadian
indoor tennis championships.
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In Marsh Harbour Miss Alice Smith Tel 2644
In Treasure Cay Mrs. Beverly Evans
In North Eleuthera Miss. Nellie Albury at Lower Bogue
Available
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food stores
GATES OPEN n 3O0 m.
POST TIME i isp.m
EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY
DAILY DOUBLES 1st & Zld RACES
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM 4 BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.
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