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She's got to cut it ...or cut out.
She's a
BlacKGirl
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Directed by
Ossie Davis
Screenplay by
Ms. J. E. Franklin
A Lee Savin
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SUGGESTED FOR MA TURF AUDIENCES.
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold on
first come, first served basis.
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Ihursday. BLACK GIRL
matino.s il 3.00 and 5:00
evening 8:30. Suggested for
mature audiences, parental
discretion ia advised.
Colour filmed entirely in
California, BLACK GIRL
succeeds as a dramatic work
without resorting to violence,
sex or overly excessive
language. The dialogue is based
on the off-Broadway play by J.
E Franklin and the film was
directed by Ossie Davis and
stars Brock Peters, Leslie
Uggams, Claudia McNeil and
Louise Stubbs.
Depicting the turbulent life
of an adopted girl and her new
family, including three other
girls who become resentful of
her when their mother urges
them to pattern their "sister,"
the film is outstanding, due
more to a lack of emotion
rather than talent.
Two songs, "Black Girl,"
and "Sisters" are well suited to
the onscreen happenings
The film was produced by
Lee Savin, a Beverly Hills
attorney, with Robert
(ireenberg as executive
producer.
Starts Friday. ACROSS
II "Hi STREET matinees al
3 00 and 5:00, evening 8:30.
No one under 17 will be
admitted.
ACROSS 110th STREET
was filmed on location in
Harlem and is based on the day
to day happenings of the men
engaged in the numbers racket.
The movie stars Anthony
Ouinn and Yaphet Kotto who
portrays a black detective
allied with Quinn to capture
three cop-killing black robbers
of a crime syndicate Harlem
numbers take.
Kotto, a Harlem born actor,
won instant fame in his
Broadway role in "The Great
White Hope" when he replaced
James Earl Jones. His talent is
not held back in ACROSS
110th STREET were filming
actually took place.
Viewers will find the idea of
this movie to be that of a
confrontation between the
mob, the cops and a gang of
blacks who try to double-cross
them both.
The motion picture is an
edition of the novel which was
written by Wally Ferris


SAVOY
THEATRE
Sunday thru Tuesday
Sunday showings from 5:00ajj
Monday continuous from 3:00H
"THE FRENCH
CONNECTION"
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Gene Hackman
Fernando Crenna
PLUS
"HOUSE THAT DRIPPED
BLOOD" PC.
Peter Cushing
Christopher Lee
"THE DOCTOR?
WIVES" R
Dyan Cannon
Richard Crenna
t Phone 2-2534
PLUS
"ST VALENTINE'S DAY
MASSACRE" PC.
Jason Robards
George Segal
WULFF RD. *****
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NOW THRU TUESDAY
Sunday continuous from 5 'Phone 3-4666
Monday Matinee continuous from 2, Evening 8:30
Asylum
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but your mind.
from Ihe author ol Psyctio
isug PETER CUSHING BRITT EKLAND
IHERBERT LOM PATRICK MAGEE
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WULFF
ROAD
THEATRE
Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m. and playing through
Tucsdav. ASYLUM plus THE
LOST MAN Sundays
showings continuous from
5:00. Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from
2 00, evening 8:30. Suggested
for mature audiences.
parental discretion is advised.
ASYLUM is a movie based
on the characters of a mental
institution who each have a
tale of their own to tell. In the
first tale. "Frozen Fear" a
husband who kills his
obnoxious wife a believer of
voodoo and puts her in a
deep freezer is in turn killed by
her dismembered body when it
comes to life.
When his mistress arrives at
the house, she is attracted into
the basement of Ihe house
where she is also attacked by
the limbs which sends her
crazy causing her to be put in
the asylum.
When his mistress arrives at
the house, she is attracted into
the basement of the house
where she is also attacked by
the limbs which sends her
crazy causing her to be put in
the asylum.
In Ihe second tale, the
supernatural is also portrayed
with a tailor's mannikin
coming to life to avenge the
death of a mysterious dabbler
of magic. The life of a
schizophrenic is also included
as the third tale.
The fourth tale is based on
the story "Mannikins of
Horror" in which havoc is
wreaked in a home for blind
old men, as finally the head of
the institution is tortured. A
four-in-one tale of terror,
ASYLUM was written by the
author of "Psycho."
... It will scare you like
"Psycho" did.
Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m. and plays through
Wednesday "THE FRENCH
CONNECTION" plus
"DOCTORS WIVES', no one
under 17 admitted.
THE FRENCH
CONNECTION dramatizes the
exciting real life story of a pair
of dedicated, hard-working
New York City narcotics squad
detectives, Eddie Egan and
Sonny Grosso, who played a
longshot hunch that eventually
led to the smashing of a S32
million international dope
smuggling ring. The trial
proved a long and arduous one,
including France's most
popular television personality
of the day.
The motion picture marks
one of the most ambitious
projects ever to be filmed in
New York City. Starring Gene
Hackman. Fernando Rey, Roy
Scheider. Tony Lo Bianco and
Marcel Bozzuffi, "it includes
among a great many chilling
delights, the most brilliantly
executed chase sequence I have
ever seen" says New York
Times critic Roger Greenspun.
Thursday and Friday,
CREATURES THE WORLD
FORGOT plus THE LAST
REBEL, matinee continuous
from 2.00, evening 8:30. Plus
late feature Friday night.
Starts Wednesday. BLACK
CAESAR plus TOWER OF
EVIL matinee continuous
from 2:00, evening 8:30. No
one under 17 will be
admitted.
The alert, goodlooking black
youngster with his shoeshine
box under his arm approaches
a well dressed white man
emerging from the bakery with
a purchase under his arm The
boy insists on performing his
bootblack artistry on the
man.
Another white man
approaches the customer
menacingly. The horrified
customer starts to take off but
is restrained by Ihe shoeshine
boy clutching at his legs. Shots
ring out and the customer falls
to the ground, mortally
wounded. The gunman fades
into the crowd. The shoeshine
boy runs away. Thirteen-year-
old Tommy Gibbs has just
completed his first chore for
the Mafia.
BLACK CAESAR traces the
rise and fa'l of a young black
man from his gang activities on
the streets of New York, to his
take over of the Harlem branch
of the Mafia. His life, loves and
often murderous activities are
graphically displayed in this
fast-moving story.
Fred Williamson stars in the
title role of BLACK CAESAR
which also stars D'Urville
Martin, Julius W. Harris, Don
Pedro Colley, Gloria Hendry.
Art Lund, Val Avery, Minnie
Gentry and PhUlip Roye. it
was written produced and
directed by Larry Cohen.
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FOR OUR BRAND NEW ONES.
Apartment size Gas Stove and Refrigerator, including
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OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
FOX BROTHERS ft QUTUT
Dowdeswcll Street Tel 2-8012
P.O. Box 6104 E.S., Nassau. Bahamas.
FORMALLY BESCO BUILDING
OPPOSITE GENERAL EQUIPTMENT
"We Pay Cash For Used Furniture & Appliances"
MOB BOSS'S "MAMA" -
Gloria Hendry portrays the girl
friend of a ruthless underworld
boss in "Black Caesar,"
American International release
starring Fred Williamson in the
title role.
The pair share starring
honors with D'Urville Martin,
Julius W. Harris, Don Pedro
Colle, Gloria Hendry, Art
Lund, Val Avery and Minnie
Gentry in the film which
describes the violent career of a
mob boss trom the streets of
black Harlem to the top ranks
of the underworld


Saturday, February 17. 1973.
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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 Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT
FOR SALE
NOTICE
C8872
NOTICE is hereby given that
Heinz Mueller of Sheffield
Street. Nassau is applying to
the Governor for
naturalisation, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts to the Deputy
Governor, Government House,
Nassau. Bahamas.
MARINE SUPPLIES
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED_____f
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 1*4635.
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 8. 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
575,000.00.
Come to us we give red
carpet treatment.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate. Dial 22033. 22305,
22307 Nite 41197.
C8663
CORNER building lot, mai,.
road, very near The Current
Club, Eleuthera. $1750.00 or
make a sound offer. Contact
Mr. Kelly. Nassau Florist Ltd..
P. O. Box N-4635, Nassau, or
call collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime.
C8641
LARGE HILLTOP and
waterfront lots at East end.
Hilltop starting at ONLY
$14,000. Waterfront starting at
ONLY $20,000. Phone 2-3027
or 2-2680.
C8797
A CHOICE lot ir. a good
location Centreville, frontage
150 ft. Depth 100 ft. Price
negotiable. Call Bills Real
Estate 23921
C8S^
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. T w o s t o r e y
Georgian-Colonial
a re h i tect-deslgned
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 Bay Street
P. O. Box N8164,
Nassau
Teh 2-1041,2-1042
C8827
IVk STOREY BUILDING on
Montfort Street in Shirley
Heights. Lot 50 x 100 2
bedrooms, living room, dining,
kitchen. Only $23,000. Phone
5-4684.
C8799
A GOOD investment a 21 acre
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.
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 34317.
C8854
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment overhead Dr.
Symonette's office (dentist) -
Minnie Street. Apply on
premises.
C8852
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.
2-8763-4-5-6.
FOR SALE OR RENT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -
unique 5 room designer's
home, quest cottage, fireplace.
2'/ baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkln, c/o Box 101, Harbour
Island.
FOR RENT
08 784
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.
L8651
PRIME OFFICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 3-2351/4.
C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8843
A BUILT in oven and grill
(white) $50. Counter top gas
range $30. Phone 4-1543.
C8813
20 h.p.
control.
3-2095.
Mercury
Both
and engine
$375 call
C8866
1-1956 Dodge Dump truck
1 Michigan Pay loader
Office equipment. Phone
42981.
C8820
LARGE
furnished
telephone
almost
ONE bedroom
apartment with
East Shirley Street
opposite Nassau
C8871
2 8'
3-4)
Bottling. Phone 5-8196.
C8853
SELF CONTAINED
APARTMENT Village Road
near Montagu Beach. $180 per
month including utilities.
Phone 31312.
C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8724
3 BEDROOM 2 baths house.
Situated Anson Road.
Stapledon Gardens. Fcr
information call 5-4258.
C8815
BAYCROFT beautiful ocean
view, 1 bedroom apartment,
large living. tastefully,
furnished, top floor, telephone,
pool, laundry. Call 4-1288.
C8742
BASICALLY furnished 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned), 1 bath,
kiuhen, living and dining area,
washing machine Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865._________________
C8851
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment 'upstairs
Buccaneer Inn. For
information Call 5-4616.
C8862
SHOP (formerly Rainbow
Studio), Bay Street Nassau
Arcade. Phone Harold Hotter
2-8537 or 5-8462 from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
C8637
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.
C8636
THE WAKEFIELD
APARTMENTS Corner
Cordeaux Avenue and Watlins
Street. Englerston, ONE AND
TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS completely
furnished. Airconditioned
bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.
C8654
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.____________________
C8879
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house -
completely furnished
Bamboo Town. Phone 3-4181.
C8762
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue
Hill Road south, one block
south of Soldier Road. Washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Telephone 23287.
CARS FOR SALE
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.
C8867
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
SUPER, automatic, radio, good
condition. $1225. Tel. 77375.
C8612
FIAT 124 Sports Coupe, 4,000
miles, $2,000
MORRIS Traveller, automatic.
$1500 or nearest offer. Phone
51147 evenings.
C8880
1970 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN
good condition. Phone
5-5621.
C8841
FURNISHED 2 1-bedroom
apartments for rent. Phone
3 1403. _____________
C8857
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
1970 Chevrolet Impala $2600
1969 Hillman
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
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva
S/W Automatic White $2600
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 Cyl. $3960
1970 Morris 1100 Series
White Automatic 4 Dr. $995
1970 Chevelle 2 Dr. Auto.
Green A/C $3400
1970 Pontiac Pansienne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2500
1971 Vauxhall Victor
4 Dr. S/W Au to. 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
x 10' new tents (sleeps
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.
C881I
$$ CASH PAID
For used furniture and
appliances. Fox Brothers
Furniture Outlet. Dowdeswell
Street (Formerly BESCO
Building). Sorry telephone
28012 is out of order.
C8798
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. offers for immediate
delivery a unique electronic
pocket calculator which adds,
subtracts. divides and
multiplies in seconds. For
information call 23921.
IN MEMORIAM
C8875
FOR SALE 50' Houseboat
complete with kitchen and
furnishings included two
bedrooms. Call 55441 ext. 044
after six.
C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT.excellenl
condition, bargain al $18,500.
Phone 54011 days.
SCHOOLS
c&'ci;
BUSINESS
lOPPORTUNITIES-
C8558
WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2-7667 P. O. Box
N4764. FRANK. CAf-.L/
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
CARD OF THANKS
C8881
The Family of the late Naomi
Roberts, who died February
3rd. 1973, wish to thank
sincerely the many friends and
relatives for floral wreaths,
cards and condolences during
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to the doctors
and staff of the Princess
Margaret Hospital and Father
Finger.
CKHK?
THE FAMILY o' the late
Shirley Knowles '.vish to
express their sincere thanks for
all the flowers and cards sent,
and the sentiments expressed
during their bereavemei''.
NOTICE
C8805
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FOR THE BEST IN HOME
COOKED FOODS
Call Maria Johnson, (better
known as Ma), Ross Corner.
Catering at homes, parties and
food delivery. Phone 3-4564.
C8816
1964 PONTIAC
LAURENCIAN with radio, in
Al running condition. No
reasonable offer refused
Telephone 7-7060.
C8650
MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd.. P. O.
Sox N-1893. Phone:
24511.
APPROVED CARGO AOKNTS
C8782 ,
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencinq week ol Februjrv
12, 1973. Call Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
or pay us a visit al Shirley
Street opposite Collins Avenue.
C8787
CORRESPONDENCE STUDY
Don't dream about the future!
Prepare for it. By
correspondence you can learn
the principles of bookkeeping
and accounting. Write to P. O.
Box 6216, Nassau, Bahamas.
We have better and simpler
methods.
C8831
MECHANICAL MAINTENANC
SUPERVISORS
If you have j jrs experience
in Engineering. Maintenance,
or Production Supervision or a
knowledge of Alumina Plant
operations, then this is an
opportunity for you to join a
most progressive organization.
We are offering you a good
salary. excellent employee
benefits and the most modern
working conditions.
These positions are open to
Jamaican Nationals only, and
applications giving full resume
should be addressed to:
THE PERSONNEL MANAGER
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA,
SPUR TREE P.O.,
JAMAICA. W.I.
In sad and loving memory of
oui beloved mother, sister,
daughter and grandmother
Alma Edgecombe who
departed this life February
17th 1972.
The blow was sudden the
shock severe
To part with one we love so
dear
We'll see you again dear
mother one day.
Left to mourn: Mother 2
daughters, 1 son. 1 grandson, 2
sisters, nieces, nephews and a
host of relatives and friends
MARINE SUPPLIES
C8649
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxuriou<
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
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C8658
EDUCATION SPECIAL
DID YOU EVER WISHED you
could type, do bookkeeping,
write shorthand, keep a proper
file; Do fractions, decimals,
percentages etc? Understand
English grammar' Stop
wishing! Call 2-4929 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. or write P. O. Box
6216. IN JUST THREE
MONTHS WE WILL TEACH
YOU ALL THESE THINGS.
HELP WANTED
C8814
AN UPHOLSTERER with at
least two years experience.
Also able to drive. Call 2-2481
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
103
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 o.m
C8720
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.
C8869
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
CHRIS-CRAFT
CONCORDE
I RWIN SAIL YACHTS
MAGNUM MARINE
AVON INFLATABLES
SEE US AT THE
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
FEBRUARY 23-28
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
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. Slaiting salary
$4,800 per year and car
allowance. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C8793,
c/o The Tribune, P. Q. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
CH8;'K
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA
REQUIRE "
POWER HOUSE
SUPERVISORS
Applicant should have previous
supervisory experience as well
,is ,i minimum of 3 years
experience in Power House
Operations.
positions offer excellent
st.irtmg salaries and employee
benefits.
Applications should be in
writing and addressed to:
THE PERSONNEL MANAGER
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA.
SPUR TREE P. O.
JAMAICA W.I.
C8863
CHARTERED QUALITY
SURVEYORS. NASSAU.
Require trainee surveyor age
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.
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.
C8830
ALPART NEEDS
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
AND CHEMISTS
Alumina Partners of Jamaica
has immediate openings for
qualified Chemical Engineers
and Chemists.
Applicants should have a
Chemical Engineering Degree
and/or a degree in Chemistry
and experience in a modern
processing operation.
These positions, which are
open to Jamaican Nationals
only. have advancement
opportunities and
commensurate salaries and
employee benefits.
Apply In writing, giving details,
to:
THE PERSONNEL MANAGER
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA,
SPUR TREE P. 0.,
JAMAICA. W.I.
C8832
INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENT/
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL
SUPERVISORS
Alumina Partners of Jamaica
has immediate openings for
I nstru ment/Electrical
Supervisors.
Applicants should have a sound
educational background,
supervisory experience and
should have worked at least
three years in the
instrumentation or
Electro-Mechanical Fields.
These positions offer excellent
salaries and employee benefits.
Applications giving full
details of age, qualification and
experience should be sent to:
THE PERSONNEL MANAGER
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA,
SPUR TREE P. O.
JAMAICA. W.I.
C8836
WANTED: Farmer
Road. Phone 3-5959.
Soidiei
C8842
DOMESTIC
household full
References
necessary.
for small
or part time.
absolutely
Phone for
C8635
TRAVELLING ?
For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwidr
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURSat 24512.
AI'I'lHIVfl l-A.sl M.HI >CF.NT^
appointment 2-4777 between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m.
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.
C8829
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA
REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
To analyse and solve various
process equipment problems.
These positions, which are
open to Jamaican Nationals
only, require a minimum of 3
years experience in industry
and offer excellent starting
salaries and employee benefits.
Degree in Mechanical
Engineering preferred but not
required
Apply in writing giving full
details of qualifications to:
PERSONNEL MANAGER.
ALUMINA PARTNERS
Ol JAMAICA.
SPUR TREE P. O.
JAMAICA. W.I.
C8868
LIVE-IN MAID. Experienced
Bahamian over thirty. Two
school children. References
essential. Phone 41204. ____
WORK FOR THE AIRLINES
C884I.
,n KMtrvatkMM, ncketfni SunmMm, Kimp Ani, i
Sarvict rravtl '"' plui man) "iner tmployM bantnu I ill " <
Mr. Richard Moonay, Mpha MiUn School, U ihc iniiii s
HOUSE, FREEPORT, I ehruary ISth and 1Mb. Phoni 1
i ,,i iiu- mill isii i in ONIAI HOI I I
Fabruao 25ih and 2<>th. Phone .122-3301.
ii.n Street N
(8847
HOTEI MANAGEMENT. CAREERS Mil Wmiaiiii FOR
Mm,., rv MriiU.nl Manaftre, Houackaeptn, Deal t'ktki,
lance, I Icrical mi N WOMI N I OUPl is. \l I MJES.
Call "i ne Mr. William Mhi-n. Upha Retort Career Initttule, al Ihc
INDIES HOUSE, FREEPORT. Fl BRUARY 18th tad nth. FhoiM
3S3-8S2I., or ii iti. BRITISH COLONIAI I mi I I on Bai street.
Namu, I I I1RUAKY 25th and 26lh. I'hune 322-3301.
CS848
MAKI BIG MONEY UIHEAVI EQUIPMENTOKRATOR Ml N
in operate Doatn. Dragline*, Backhoaa, Loadan, etc. tail
or ice Mr. kiehard Mnuney. Alpha Heavy I quipmenl S,ln"il .ii llu-
INDIES HOUSE. FREEPORT. H-BRUARY 18th and liih. Phone
352-8821. Hi at llu BRITISH COLONIAI Hull I mi Be) Slreel.
Nauau. lehruary 25th and 26th. Phone 322-3301.
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 LNTERTAINMENT
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 gaibage. Applicant
should be willing to work hard.
Police Certificate and
References are required.
1 BARTENDER: Full
knowledge of preparation of ail
drinks. Ability to operate
N.C.R. Three years minimum
experience as a Bartender in
'ust 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.
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.
C887I,
HOLIDAY INN has immediate
opening for experienced night
auditor. Must know NCR
4200. Apply in person with
references to Mr. Moraan.
C8874
ONE REAL ESTATE
SALESMAN should have
previous experience in land
sales and live on project.
Should also have previous
experience with Resort
Development land sales. Please
apply to: P O. Box N-7782. or
telephone 2-4596.
C8878
WANTED AT
OCEAN CAY
LEVERMAN. Must have
minimum five years'
experience as leverman on
hydraulic dredge, capable of
total responsibility for
operation of dredge's lifting
qeai. cutting and digging
operations. Salary
commensurate wifh
experience. 10 days off after
each 20 days on |Ob. Other
fringe benefits. Apply
Personnel Manager, Marwell
Caribe. Inc., P. O Box N-4177,
Nassau.
C8877
The following job vacancies
exist in a well-known Nassau
firm:-
SECRETARY
A Secretary with shorthand
and typing experience and a
good knowledge of office
routine with some
book-keeping if possible.
DOOR-TODQOR SALESMAN
f\ uoor-to-Door Saleman
who has had previous
experience in selling consumer
products and is willing to work
either full time or part time on
a commission basis.
REAL ESTATE SALEMAN
A Saleman who has had
experience in selling Real
Estate and who would like to
work on a commission basis.
CHAUFFEUR
A chauffeur with previous
experience and a good driver's
record as well as good
recommendations.
Any persons wishing to apply
for any of the above vacancies
should write to:-
The Employer, BOX 5449.
Nassau. giving details of
previous experience etc.


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ENJOYv FREE CHAMPAGNE
ON ALL FLIGHTS TFO FREEPORT
-TELEPttONEi t7733/77778-1


THE ONCE LOVELY
tropical gardens of the

photographer Andrew
Toogood's picture shows.

"devastation".



BILL PEMBERTON

SELLS A 8CO



COU URII RIilR


ABCO (BiAHAM4AS) LTD.,
one of Nassau's largest
janitorial services~, hias been
sold tas Bahamgiar ctas~bine bty
former owner Wflla "Bil"
Pemberton.
The new owners took over
the company on February 7.
The new president is Mr.
Wayne Allen with Mr. Godfrey
Huyler and Mr. Dudley
Marshall as vice-presidents.
The three men were
previously associated in
Chicarnee Bahamas Ltd., an
investment firm.
Sale of ABCO was
announced in a circular letter
addressed to its customers by
Mr. Pemberton.
He said he had sold his
controlling shares and resigned
as president of the company.
SUPPORT
fle named the new owners
and said he hoped ABCO's
customers would support them
in the same way.
ABCO was the offspring of
Bahamian Whitecap, termed in
1952 by Mr. Pemberton,
On October 29, 1963 the
cleaning operation was
incorporated as a limited
company.
Since its formation it has
acquired contracts for 70
different banks, offices, trust
companies and insurance
companies in Nassau.
Mr. Pemberton said that
ABCO now services the major
buildings on the island. He
described the firm's staff of 50
as "one of the finest."
FULL, TIME
The former ABC'O owner
said he now intends to devote
his full time to the operation
of Bahamian Whitecap, a
general insurance agency
handling motor car, fire and
hurricane insurance.
Mrs. Pemberton has been
handling this business for nine
years.
Bahamian Whitecap is now
in the process of moving out of
the ABCO premises on Harold
Road and will be locating in
new quarters in the Dewgard
Shopping Plaza on March 1.

SPIRITUAL PROGRAMME
A PRA YER Band
Felosi rgam i b
held Suhd aftrogramm wat
p.m. at Cooper's Terrace
Church of God, Coo er's
Trace and is open to the
pu lic.


VOL. LXX, No. 74 Saturday, February 17, 1973.Prc:2Cet


$1/4MILLION DEPOSITED & RECOVERED AFTER
ALL-NIGHT ORDEAL FOR FREEPORT COUPLE t




Bankmanager's3 daughter :








found in bush unhar med ,







kidnappers still at large


I'The kidnappers knew the
layout of the house very welL
They went straight to the
bedroom when M Sp ne
was hiding," a friend said*
As the kidnappers left th y
told the Spencers they wou d
hear from them later.
In a statement, made by Mr.
Geoffrey Johnstone,1lawyer for
the Royal Bank of Canada,
from the family's Freeport
Some today, he said:
AtSV~ M. RANSO d a
telephone call wes received by
Mr. SW oncer during hwhichu h

have to deliver 5250,000 if he
Swished to see his daughter
again. He was advised that
further instructions would be

EV CONTACT
YE S~ LENSES

A IOBERT T. HIRST
OOptometrtst
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 352-5906


1


B~y EILEEN CARRON and MIKE LOTHIAN
A PRETTY LITTLE GIRL is back in the warmth and security of her own home
snatched at gurnpoint from her mother's arms almost 39 hours earlier.
Andrea Spencer, 4z,
daughter of bank manager
Robert Spencer, 40, and his
wife, Joan, was found -
wandering in the bush shortly
before 11 a.m. today. The
child was discovered in the
Pine Ridge area by three
tourists looking for wood
roses. Andrea, still wearing the ...-
reodmdress in whinh she left
middle-aged man and his two
female companions to her
parent's home in Albacore
Drive, about six miles away.
The family doctor said
today that sne: had a cough
n me oROBERT W. SPENCER JOAN SPENCER
been tied. She was not tied ..ff hetnd..fml aeaan
when found this morning.
A friend described the child
- a delicately-built attractive $2,500 RE WARD IS 8 FER E D
brunette -as "remarkably
controlled. It's just amazing AN ANONYMOUS donor today deposited $2,500 in a
she is so very well composed." local bank to be paid as a reward to anyone who can give
STILL AT LARGE any information that will lead to the capture and
To her twom ared men whi conviction of the two men who kidnapped Andrea Sipencer,
homp bhL at larerparnt 4Vejear-ek *Jasghter of Mr. and Mrsp. Robert Spencer, from
The Spencer's terror-filled their home o n Thursday night. ~
wait for their daughter's return l
started at 8:15 p~m. Thursday
when an armed masked man given at 10 a.m. Friday. that the drop off point for the
appeared on their garden patio "At about I1:20 a.m. money was in Hawksbill in the
at the back of their home. This Friday," Mr. Johnstone said, vicinity of the Bahamas
is the second time within a "another telephone call was Cement Company. The money
year that the Spencer family received demanding that was taken to the appointed
has been held-up at gunpoint in $250,000 be taken to Mr. spot at 4 a.m. by Mr. Spencer,
their Lucaya, Freeport, home. Spencer's house without delay but collected again at 5:30
Robert Spencer, from New and advising that the police a.m. when it started to get light
Glasgow, Nova Scotia, and should be kept out of the and no attempt had been made
manager of the Royal Bank of picture altogether. by the kidnappers to pick ii
Canada in Freeport for the past "At 1 p.m. a further call was up.
seven years, grappled with the followed by another at 7 p.m. Mr. Spencer removed the
man on the patio and got him then a note was delivered into money, which had been packed
down, a friend told The the hands of Mr. Spencer." in a large light brown briefcase
Tribune. "However, the man's The note was delivered by on the instructions of the
accomplice then jumped in and the police who collected it police because they did nol
held a pistol to Bob's ear," the from an undisclosed location in want that amount of money
friend said. downtown Freeport. "lying around after daylight.
Mr. Spencer called to his TRANOEThe money was made up in
wife to lock the doors of. The note said that Mr. Bahamian and U.S. currency
the house. However, before she Spne ol erciig CONTRIBUTIONS
could get to the patio door, the instructions which he had I sudrto hta 1
intruders had smashed it down. btefolwiheeewned a.m. meeting of all bankers waa
Mrs. Spencer gathered up tosehscidaan oie held in Fre~eport yesterday to
her daughter, Andrea, rushed spokesman said.mkeaonrutntohe
to the bedroom where her Asaruloftilstransom money.
six-month-old baby slept, and teehn ovrainadte One of the places to which
locked the door. teehn ovrainadte Mr Spencer was instructed to
KILL THREAT "As a result of this last go during the night was the
Outside one of the men held telephone conversation and the Stoned Crab Restaurant in
a gun to Mr. Spencer's head contents of the note, Mr. Fortune Bay. He waited there
and threatened to kill him if Spencer commenced a series of from 10 p.m. to 11:15 p.m
his wife did not unlock the visits to restaurants and hotels when a call from the
bedroom door. Mrs. Spencer in Freeport at each one kidnappers came through
opened the door. receiving new instructions up instructing him to move on to
One of the men snatched the until I a.m. when at last he was another point.
child at gunpoint and with his told where to deposit the sum As Mr. Spencer was directed
accomplice fled in the Royal of $250,000 in return for the from point to poinl
lank's 1970 light-blue delivery of his daughter," Mr. throughout the night by the
Chevrolet Caprice, which is Johnstone's statement said. telephone calls of the
used by the Spencers. No shots The police spokesman said kidnappers, the Royal Bahama~
were fired.


in Freeport today after being

Police Force and members of
the Freeport community, kept
him well covered.
"I believe they dropped the
child because the trail was too
hot for them," Alsst.
Commissioner John Crawley,
who flew to Freeport to take
over the investigations, said
today.
MBAllAMIAN V hCEtok
three of the kidnapper's
telephone calls, said that he
believed the caller "was a
Bahamian trying to disguise his
voice."
Although Mr. Crawley said
that the dme en ave otbe

idea of their identity, they
have been described as blackk
B aha mians. "
Mr. Johnstone said that after
Mr. Spencer left the money
where he had been instructed,
he returned to "his home and
awaited a telephone call from
the kidnappers. No call was

ret approximately 11 a.m.
today Andrea Spencer was
returned to her parents' home
by some tourists who had
found her wandering about
near a remote area near
Freeport. She is in good health
and unharmed," Mr.
Johnstone's statement said.
"Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force wish to thank the entire
Freeport community for their
wholehearted support and
assistance during the anxious
and trying hours which passed
before the return of Andrea
and in particular express their
sincere appreciation to BASRA
and all the service clubs and
churches in Freeport," Mr.
Johnson said
VOLUNTEERS
As soon as the alarm went
out that the Spencer's child
had been kidnapped, the
community of Freeport
organized itself for the search.
Planes took to the air, boats to
the water and the civilian
population to the land at
looking for a lost and
frightened little girl.
At 11 a.m. today the
Spencer's doorbell rang, and
there on their doorstep was
their child*
Bob Spencer is "one of the
most courageous men that I
have ever known," Mr.
Johnstone said when it was all
over.
"It was a terrible ordeal for
both of them and they came
through very bravely," he said.
"They have shown the most
extraordinary courage that I
have ever seen in two human
beings."
SECOND ORDEAL
This is the second time that
little Andrea has seen violence
inflicted on her parents in their
home. On January 14 last year
an armed man with long hair
and an American accent forced
his way into their home, held
the family and three guests at
gunpoint and ordered Mr.
Spencer to get $300,000 from
the Royal Bank of Canada.
When Mr. Spencer left the
house on that occasion he
telephoned the police from a
neighbour's home and they
sent in an armed posse.
Shots were fired when the
gunman realized the police
were there. The gunman held
Joan Spencer as a hostage and
made his getaway in her car.
However, she managed to jump
from the car about a mile froni
their home and escaped
through the bush after what
she later described as "a
15-minute nightmare drive."
While the hunt went on for
Andrea, Mrs. Spencer was kept
under medication.


The Tribune has received
numerous telephone calls from
the public deploring what was
described as the "devastation"
to the grounds.
All the thick shrubbery has

cv eple lund m d-0 r-l
coconut palms that once lined
the entrance to the historic
hotel building.
The trees have been
transferred to the East-West
Highway which The Tribune
understands, is the route to be
followed by the royal visitor
when he drives in from the
airport for the independence
day celebrations.
The Highway is to be
rena med independence
Avenue
BAHAMIAN PROPERTY
But as one garden club
member pointed out, the
gardens were now the property
of the Bahamian people, since
government's purchase of the
ild hotel
o *t was the one beauty spot
in town which attracted at
least 100 tourists daily she
said '
While it was agreed the
gardens may have needed
pruning and tending, removal
of the thick-leaved foliage has
destroyed one of the few
tropical gardens still left in
Nassau
What has particularly upset
garden club members is that
they willingly agreed to setre
on the Beautification
Committee and were delighted
at the prospect of taking part
in im roving the Bahamian
landscape
..DESTRUCTION
"However no one asked us
about the Royal Victoria. What
we thought was to be pruning
has turned into complete
destruction," a prominent club
member said.
The Tribune understands
that Mr. Rolle, a government
Senator and owner of Exotic
Gardens, was engaged by the
Ministry of tf alth to landscape
the gardens under a new
arrangement which now makes
that Ministry responsible for
public parks and gardens.
This previously came under
the jurisdiction of the M atistry
of Works.ol d
Mr. Rle could not be
contacted concerning his plans
fr dh retgardens,thbut ith i
8 government wants to build
several terraces and an
old-fashioned band-stand
where the police band is
supposed to perform during
the independence celebrations,
CHEAPER
Mr. Rolle reportedly claimed
it was cheaper to transfer the
palms from the Royal Victoria
to the East West Highway than
to purchase trees from the
eight nurseries in Nassau.
One club member, who
* questioned removal of the


No decision has yet been
made as to whether to restore
the building or demolish it.
Meantime nurses are to be
housed in the apartments
adjoining the main building

p epredqfo them enthe ne
hospital extension.


Royal Victoria trees, said she
was told by Mr. Rolle that if he
had the space to put them he
would take out all the palms.
The Royal Victoria Hotel
and grounds were purchased by
government last year for $2
million.


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Mr. Robert H. Symonette,
president of Bahamas Blenders,
pointed out that liquor
consignments already on the
dock will have to be paid for
on the new currency rate by
wholesalers although this
would not be passed on to the
consumer at this time.
Bahamas Blenders handle
the Dutch beers Heineken and
Amstel, America's Budweiser
and England's Double
Diamond as well as Guiness.
Mr. Symonette said that the
price of the Dutch beers had
not gone up as much as the
German ones. However there
were to be no increases on
American, Canadian, English or
locally bottled spirits.
NO NECESSITY
"Within the limits th at the
pound is now floating there is
no necessity for increasing the
price of Guinness, and no
justification for increasing


Scotch or Gin," Mr. Symonette
said.
However, European beers
and all wines could be
expected to go up, he added,
but only after consultation
with the Price Control
Commission.
A spokesman for the William
Brewer company said that
contrary to certain reports in
the morning paper, the firm
had not raised the price of its
German-made Beck's beer, and
lid not intend doing so until
present stocks were exhausted
and new supplies brought in.
Mr. Symonette explained
that some 60,000 cases of beer
are imported into the Bahamas
every two weeks and that there
is never more than a three
weeks supply on hand.
Therefore there was no
backlog of beer and rising
import costs will be felt
quickly, it was stated.


CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF FOREIGN-BORN HUSBANDS
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS (AP) The Barbados House of Assembly
has rejected on Opposition bill by a 12-to-six vote to amend the
Immigration Act of 1952. The legislation sought to remove foreign
husbands of Barbados women from the list of prohibited immigrants and
give them the right to live and work in Barbados*
RIGHT-OF-ABORTION FIGHT CONTINUES TO RAGE
WASHINGTON (AP) A Roman Catholic law professor Wednesday
urged the Supreme Court to consider his claims that abortion conflicts
with the legal rights of "unborn children."
Robert Mi. Byrn of F:ordham University, was appointed by a New York
jdg n 81971 a special legalI guardian of all unborn fetuses facing hospital
Last month, the Supreme Court ruled in cases from Texas and G;eoria
that women have the right to have medical abortions during the first six
oad sice unbor a lkdrutwer em paptto h Texas aond (orj oo n ,
fundamentalsl fairness" requires that their guardian be heard beforee an
entire class of living human beings is deprived of the protection of the
saByrn's motion was filed in connection with an appeal he filed last
September, asking the High Court to overturn New York's liberalized
nabotion law. Wednesday, he asked the court to delay a motion on his
appeal and to schedule a hearing on the rights of the unborn.
The New York law allows women to have abortions on demand until the
2 pals alkd, u on ci tre aeer hve ben rcog izNd s aesn int e
law in the whole sense."
KISSENGER FETED BY CHOU EN-LAI
TOKYO (AP) Chinese Premier Chou FEn-Lali hosted a banqcuet in
Pein **uidayin nonaourdoe US 'r sidetal udvi Ifr .enr al n sr
News Agency, Hsinhua, reported Saturday. Hainhua said Kissinger was
accompanied by Herbert G. Klein, Alfred Le 5. Jenkins, Richard T.
eney I'cha H H~ol dis 2tiP to RLoord, Commander Jonathan T,
The banquet, Hsinhua added, followed a meeting Kissinger had earlier
Friday with Chou, Chinese Foreign Minister Chi Peng-Fel and Vice Foreign
Minister Chiao Kuan-Hua.


PLYMOUTH. England (AP)
Prince Charles, heir to
Britain's throne, sailed Monday
for Bermuda and the West
Indies aboard the Royal Navy
frigate Minerva in which he is
serving as a su b-lieutenant.
The Minerva is due to spend
six months on routine patrol in
the Caribbean area, but it was
not clear if the Prince will stay
for the full tour.
The Prince boarde~d the ship
in driving rain and high winds
but he smiled broadly for
chotographers with the quip:
' The usual class sis
advertisement for thle Royal
Navy. I ought to be paid by
Equity," referring to the
actors'trade union.
Charles had spent the
weekend with his parents at
Sandringham, north of
London.
* * * ***
in Nassau Lt. ('mdr. David


Cole, Resident Naval Officer.
was trying to contact Bermuda
to get further information on
the Minerva's tour.
At so~me time, he told The
Tribune, the Minerva will come
onto the Bahamas patrol, and
if the Prince is still on board it
is likely he will go ashore at
some point in the Bahamas*
While on patrol the ships of
the Royal Navy put into either
Nassau or Freeport. At times
they also go onto the range at
the AUTEC base in Andros,
There are only two frig~ates
on the Bahamas patrol and at
some time during her six
month tour the Minerva will
have to be one of those ships.
H.M.S. Intrepid, which has
been in port since Friday,
resumed her patrol when she
Left Nassau at 10 a.m. today.
During the time that the ship
was here all ship's company
were given shore leave.


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chairman E. J. Rolle begatn uprooting the century-old gardens of the Royal Victoria Hotel.


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THE PRICE OF BEER, as well as other spirits manufactured in
Europe will inevitably be increased as a result of the present
devaluation, but for the time being liquor merchants in Nassau
are keeping prices at pre-devaluation level until they have
consulted with the Price Control Commission.


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MORE POWS ARRIVE IN CALIFORNIA
TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA (AP') The red carpet at
Travis Air Force Base in California is getting a workout with more
planeloads of returning U.S. prisoners of war using it. A crowd of about
500 greeted the first group of 20 arrivals today. A second flight was due
so n at Travis, with a third flight of 20 molre prisoners to arrive later

Am~eran anyer < dw am{ NrthE Vettam Alvre than coght ears ag<. ic
aboard the second plane.
Ah poster reading "you're the greatest we love you," greeted the men
asT pee t gn sys rerth letnam will release 20 more U.S. prisoners of
war in Hanoi Sunday. Sixteen are air force personnel and four are navy
men.

DOCTOR CLAIMS POWS HEALTH SATISFACTORY
CL.ARK AIR BASE, PHIIPIIPINE S (AP') The doctor in charge of
medical treatment of returning prisoners of war said today morst of the
prisoners returned so far as in "real good" condition. Colonel John O)rd,
who commands the Clalrk Air l~ase hospital in the Ph~ilippines, said the men
Ord said both the physical and mental condition of the men appear
go~od. He said they apparently had been fed adequately, although they did
not get some of the things taken for Iganted in an American diet.
TEN SECONDS WARNING TO ESCAPE BOMBING
HELFIAST` (AP) Roman Catholics drinking and chatting in a Belfast
tavern were givn 10 seconds to escape death by bombing Friday night.
As tthe drusdhen o safety after the telephoned warning, a bomb exploded
The explosion ripped through the C:herrymount Inn on Belfast's Crumin
Roard, wounding six of the fleeing customers. The bombers, assumed to he
P'rotestant extremists, were seen making their getaway in a fast car. "'I was
aIlmost as if they wanted us to, run out into the main effects of the
explosion and it's a mahracte no one was kittledrg'onercustomer said.fwdas
:Igo it was sprayed with bullets. Soon after Christmas several customers
were wounded when a bomb was thrown into the bar.
In mother acts of violence in Northern Ireland s capital a british soldier
n ~a clit int the back by g uierrilla sniae bn lthew('at olic nalRads aea
presumably another victim of belfast's sectarian murder squads.
'The soldier was~ reported in 'very serious' condition after emergency
surgery-

IN GERMANY TO DISCUSS TRADE & OTHER ISSUES
1IONN, G;I RMANY (AP) --In the wake of thle dollar crisis, President
Noar to n'stsud s 7)T. E ~o ean toae ponliticent and ecurt i sus.Gem
P'eterson talked with IFinance Minister Helmut Schmidt, a key figure in
the recent crisis talks that ended in a dollar devaluation and Japanese yen
notation but no change in main IEuropean money rates. He also met with
De se Minis er caerR Lebehr ad AstriculturesMinister Josef Etrtl.wila .
Rogers said in Washington that, unless America's trade and payments
deficit improves, Congress will link it with the level of U.S. troops in
G;ermany and other allied IEuropean countries-
SYRIANS USING RUSSIAN MISSILES
TE~L AVIV (AP') An artillery duel across israel's cease-fire line with
Syriae confirmed that Moscow has delivered rocket propenled 'Sagger'
uInti-tank missiles to the Syrian army, military assessments said Friday.
ISeria aTileyn d t vola y a t n sraeli positions inte ut'up (1 a~olan
casualties were reported. The Syrian shells were later identified as Sagger
missiles.
Military sources said the missiles were probably delivered to Syria in a
Soviet airlift last September and first used in a clash with Israel Jan. 8. The
Soviet Union hats also delivered the missiles to E~gypt, the sources said.
Another Soviet weapon was used in a sabotage attempt in the Gaza
Strip, police reported Fridaly. Arab police found a bazooka shell wrapped
in a flaming rug beneath an electric transformer in a square in the middle
of Gaeza town Thursday*
EVERYBODY'S GOING ON STRIKE IN BRITAIN?
LONDON (AP') Britain's train divers announced F'riday they will stage
a24-hour strike on Feb. 28 and Britain prepared for a full-scale

freez >se n toetiddyo nainwd stikesanade spwdaowandbpr a
workers which have affected fuel supplies to millions of homes, schools,
hospitqis, offices and factories.
on the eve of the C'eb. 28 rail strike, 2so1ooo-clvil srvants ar drie to
Ito dork a sthr 24I-hour strike. On thlerman dey d,0tutchend i
stoppage. And 220,000 hospital auxiliary workers are threatening selective
strikes and slowdowns that could start any time.
The trailmen's assertion that they should be exempted from the pay
freeze introduced by the government to rein in inflation followed
warning by mineworkers' union leader Joe G;ormley that it would be
"damned suicide" for just one union to challenge the administration's
policies.
He said Thursday the fight could only be made by united trade union
acirn act d fcolsd "that canl otr add unions to ce invo ved in a general
Prime Minister Idward Hleath has hinted to newsmen he will call a
national election a s he is allowed to at any time during his 5-year term of
s~fie rather than see his payw celnrs I t .now as a previous one was

TRANSFER IN KEEPING WITH POLICY
WASHINGT N (AP') Secret Service D~irector James J. Rowley denied
Iriday that the special agent formerly in charge of protecting P'resident
Nixon was removed as a result of a rift with thre White House staff.
Rowicy said he ordered thre agent, Robert H. Taylor, transferred to
become! special agent in charge of the foreign dignitary protective division,
which is responsible for protecting heads of state and foreignl dignitaries.
That is generally regarded as a lesser post than the White House job.
"Mr. Taylor's transfer was initiated by me in keeping with our policy of
rotating supervisory personnel," Rowley said. "At no time has any member
of the White House staff either requested or implied to the sSecret Service
that Mr. Taylor should be removed or transferred," he said in a statement.
Rowley lasued the statement after reports that Taylor was pressured out
of his job because of a rift with a top White House aide, H. R. Halde~man.





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WeI invite applications for the position of

CATElRIG REPRESENTATIVES
Experienced in Food Preparation and with
Administrative Qualifications. Background in
1 Airline Catering is desrarble but not a prerequisite.
Will supervise food production for our flights
departing Nassau.
Please repy with resume to: Station Manager
LUFTHA A P. O. Box N-1509, Nassau, Bahamas.


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C. W. Sanlds will sell at the parking lot immediately to the west of the
Dupuch an~d Tunrnquest Buildingl on Shirley Street. on the 9th1 day of
March 1973 at 12:00 Noon, the following property:-
"All That piece parcel or lot of land being Lot No.279 in Yellow Elder
Gardens Subdivision situate inl the Western District of the Island of New
Providence.
Miortgalge dated the 15th. Oc~tober. 1968 -- Estella Margaret Forde to
Finance C~orporation of Barhamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 134'5 at pages 397 to 404
The sale is surbject to a reserve price and to the right for the Auctioneer
or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10" completion.

Dated this 25th. day of January 1973 A.D.
C. W. Sands
Public Auctioneer
i- ,i: iInquirie~s C/O 23921


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Enjoy all you can eat fromt a
Delicious Bahamian Buffet Lunch
for $6.00 per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.

See a Travelogue of VENEZUELA
Compliments of Pan American
beginning at 12:00 Noon.

Cedi Dorsett's Steel Band plays all af-



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Saturday, Frbrualry 17, 1973.


7


TRAVIS AIR FORCE
BASE, Calif. (AP) The red
carpet was rolled out again
Aee rt day as more lieae
reached home. CAmon Ethemt

Alvarez Jr., the first American
pilot shot down and captured
in North Vietnam.
Alvarez, who was released
to American forces Sunday
after eight years and six
months nearly a quarter of
his life in Communist
prisons, was on the second
plane to arrive here. A third
planeload of returning POWs
from the Philippines was
expected late in the afternoon.
Each flight carried 20 men.
Hundreds of well-wishers
greeted the men as they
stepped from the hospital
planes onto the runway of this
former departure base for
Vietnam-bound servicemen.
Alvarez, a native Californian,
was a 26-year-old Navy
Lieutenant when he left his
pretty 24-year-old bride of two
months behind in the spring of
1964 for a tour of duty on the
a i rcra ft carrier USS
Constellation.
He returns to his mother and
sister as a 35-year-old
Lieutenant Commander. His
wife, Tangee, waited six years.
In 1970, she went to Mexico
and obtained a divorce.
Gaunt and unsmiling,
Alvarez was the first man to
emerge from the jet. He
appeared surprised at the large,
cheering crowd and, after
saluting the colours and
welcoming generals, he walked
to the microphones said in a
voice full of emotion:
"For years and years we've
dreamed of this day, and we
kept faith -- faith in God, in
our President of our country
It was this faith that
maintained our hope That
some day our dreams would
come true, and today they
have. God bless the President
and God bless you, Mr. and
Mrs. America, you did not
forget us.


By Fred Coleman
LONDON (AP)- The devalued U.S. dollar enjoyed its best day of the week Friday on workC.
money mrkulets. It strengthened in most key centres.


*

O11 pec m C RIS io II
By Georg~e Esper
SAIGON (AP)- 'Ie United States protested to the
Communist side Friday the shooting down of an American
helicopter on a peacekeeping mission. One of the five wounded
crewmen was reported in critical condition with burns.
Brig. G~en. John A. Wickham department, said an air force
Jr., deputy chief of the U.S. Cl41 transport will arrive in
delegation to the four-party Hanoi at I p.m. Saigon time
joint military commission, Sunday to receive the POWs. It
delivered the helicopter protest is expected to be on the
in person to the Communist ground for 30 minutes, then
side, will fly directly to Clark Air
The CH47 Chinook was the Base in the Philippines,
first U.S. aircraft downed in headquarters for the
Vietnam since the cease-fire repatriation of American
officially began Jan. 28. But prisoners.
three helicopters were hit by SWAP PRISONERS
Communist fire during the first It is anticipated another
three days of the truce and one gopo 4-5 Oswl e
American was killed and four rlae nNrhadSuh
werewouned.Vietnam between Feb. 26-28
The .S.comand aidthe The third and fourth regular
twin-rotor Chinook was hit by groups of roughly equal
small arms and automatic nmes r xetdt e
weapons fire about 10.30 a.m. rra~(~ ~lU+k nAk


Market sources said a left ward
swing in the French national
elections next month could
force a franc devaluation.
The British pound, although
floating outside fixed exchange
rates, already was weakening.
Market sources in London
blamed this partly on Britain's
strike troubles and partly on
the returning dollar strength.
The pound has followed the
dollar Part way down. It closed
Friday at $2.44 equivalent to a
devaluation of 17 per cent
against leading European
Common Market currencies
since the British float began
last June.
France is reported to object
to allowing Britain more than a


Government spokesman in
several capitals maintained that
the devaluation had steadied
markets after two weeks of
crisis selling g. But
private-bankers were not so
sure that sufficient confidence
in money values had yet
returned.
Some suggested any one of a
number of potential sparks
could set off another
international monetary crisis
before long. Currencies with
their immediate future in
doubt included the Japanese
yen, the British pound, the
Italian lira and the Swiss and
French francs.
With all this uncertainty in
the value of paper money, gold
remained at record highs in
Europe.
It was the dollar, however,
that touched off the latest
crisis and foreign exchange
dealers reported that markets
were adjusting well to the
devaluation that is supposed to
resolve the difficulties.
The dollar moved up in
London, Zurich, Frankfurt,
Paris, Brussels and Vienna,
showing that in all these
capitals the U.S. currency was
attracting buyers at its new
exchange rate. In short, the
devaluation is beginning to
work.
The dollar was unchanged in
Tokyo and Amsterdam,
another improvement. It had
been dropping in both cities
earlier in the week.
In some of the smaller
money markets among them
Italy and the Scandinavian
countries -the dollar
weakened. But the general
trend was up.
The continued uncertainty
in money markets had several
causes, dealers said, including
the major reason for the dollar
crists in the first place.

end o 17 thteh U d Satts
was spending $8% billion more
abroad than it was earning
overseas. Devaluation is
suppoed to erase that deficit.
But the process could take
about two years. In the
meantime doubts continue
about the likely success of the
remedy prescribed.
DOUBTS
thFurthert no sereceun en en
will eventually reach in
adjustn to the dollar
devalu t on. o e a
There were rumours on
money markets Friday that the
Swiss would revalue their franc
upward and the Italian Id~~
devalue their lira downward in
wee K end announcements
Both reports jangle market
nerves.
The Japanese yen, now
floating up against the dollar,
closed Friday at 264 yen to the
dollar, a revaluation of 16.7
per cent. The Japanese are
expected to refix their
eXChange rates in AprHl
somewhere around current
levels.
"But if the Japanese revalue
by 23 per cent, this could
upset the apple cart a
Ger~manrbankeru wre tant
surrounded the French Franc.


10 per cent devaluation on iti
ground that this would
Britain an unfair competiti
advantage from lower expo
prices. The French co
counter, with a devaluation
their own.
Despite the uncertalls
there was evidence tha in es
markets were slowly settlingt
In Germany, the dollar
closed at 2.96 marks, up froml
2.95 marks Thursday. Dealers
in London said there were signs
that some of the speculators.
who precipitated the crisis lagt
week by selling dollars four
marks, were beginning to take
their profits and buy back
devalued dollars.


err~~ ase y m a-rclrr anl y
March 28, the deadline for
repatriation of all U.S. POWs
and withdrawal of U.S. troops.
Vietnamese prisoner releases
continued Friday for the fifth
successive day. Seven hundred
North Vietnamese were freed
in Quang Tri Province below
the demilitarized zone, the
Saigon command said
VSpokesmen said 3,et4 N~o t
prisoners of war have been
freed at Quang 'in and Loc
Ninh, 75 miles nort m tf Sag

side has released 700 South
Vietnamese POWs, a
spokesman added rn ie ad
.t .ol H rn i sd
alleged cease-fare violations
have risen to 3,378. He gave
these total casualties:
North Vietnamese and Viet
Con 6 487 killed, 195
captured.
Soul I Vietna ese militlaST

wounded, 900 missing.
Civ lian 53 killed, 286

w epe entatives of the
Saigon government and the
Viet Cong met in Paris for the
ifthh time on procedure br
to -eel neo tiations So:: t

Vietnam.
Dinh Ba Thi, chief delegate
of the Viet Cong's provisional
revolutionary government,
charged the Saigon
administration with violating
the peace accord and added the
alleged violations "could not
fail to have a direct influence
li ti preparations" hothd
in Saigon.
Nguyen Phnong Thiep, the
South Vietnamese delegate,
sadteSigon government
hopes agreement can be
reached so the political
negotiations can begin as
quickly as possible. He said
'questions of security and
working conditions" for the
Viet Cong in Saigon could not
be used as a pretext to delay
agreement
in Saigon, President Nguyen
van Thieu called a meeting for
Saturday of more than 200
political, religious and social
leaders to continue laying
groundwork for the political
sodonssde with the


Friday and crashed and burned
near An Loc, north of Saigon.
The five crewmen were
helicoptered to the Saigon
army hospital. Four were
reported in satisfactory
condition.
A command spokesman said
the helicopter did not carry the
orange markings to distinguish
it as belonging to the joint
military commission, although
it was on a mission in support
of the peacekeeping group.
The helicopter had just
dropped off supplies at An Loc
and was returning to its base at
Long Binh when it was hit. For
the past two weeks, several big
helicopters have been carrying
supplies each day to An Loc,
where a compound is being
built to house commission field
teams.
The defense department
announced that North Vietnam
will release 20 U.S. war
prisoners ahead of schedule -
on Sunday in a good will
gesture following the Hanoi
visit of Henry A. Kissinger.
'f te 20, I6 are air fr e
release Will raise to 163 the
number of American military
and civifan POWs freed since
Monday under provisions of
the Vietnam peace agreement
signed in Paris Jan. 27.
Jerry W. Friedheim '
spokesman for the defense

APPEI ATO END



nSAllGON, FEB0017 (AP) tna
casualties reported in the first three
weeks of the cease-fire, the United
States, North and South Vietnam
and the Viet Cong issued an urgent
appeal today to stop the shooting.
ITse four parties of the Joint
Military Commission, which is
charged with helping keep the
peace, acknowledged that the
cease-fmirei not working and called
on the South Vietnamese and Viet
Cong high commands to:
Order regular and irregular
armed forces and armed police to
completely end hostilities, strictly
respect the cease-fire and settle aill
questions by peaceful negotiations.
e- Prohibit armed patrols into
areas controlled by opposing armed
sord fs and Hilghrts tby anned bomber
Stop armed attacks against
any person, either military or
civilian, by any means*
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KILLED IN D.R.
SANTO DOING O,
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Feb. 17
(AP) Francisco Caamano Deno,
the rebel leader in the 196s
Dominican civil war, and two other
Guerrillas were killed by
government forces Friday, the army
Th ilitarbysralditle trada a n
nsurents owhoy were reported to
have landed on the Dominican
cto t ovr row Ped ast Ja ui
r. s ketchy details a r
available of the shooting in r
mountainous area 30 miles west of
Santo Domingo. A government
communique said the fl ht ng
began about 3:30 p.m. and that
four sol nweeued(a were wud.
identified as Herberto Lalane and
Jose Wellington Ascanio.
la 1965 Caamano took
command of rebel forces when
their attempt to restore former
PresindenttoJuaon scrh ao Idgw
preec of U.S. marines,
dip ached to Santo Domingo by
President Lyndon Johnson.
Caaemno's whereabouts has been
mystery since 1967. He
ee hiasd whila Wad lit r
atoch ed the Dominican embassy
Reports have circulated that he
has been in Cuba in recent years.
Although the rebel forces in the
havea be n it tedn b
conriee Cmmun rt.


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SIR ETIBNNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.CJ.S.G. D.Litt., LL.D.
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Saturday, February 17, 1973.





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By ETIENNE DUPUCH
TUIESDAY I told you aI story about the friendship that
developed between Dr. Wenner-Gren and me.
Today I will tell you of a simple act of courtesy on my part
that forged a close relationship with Sir Victor Sassoon, Bt., the
last of a distinguished line of Eastemn financiers.
SBut first I must introduce you to the Sassoons. And the best
way to do this would be by printing the introduction to The
Saspsoons, a biography by Stanley Jackson telling the story of this
remarkable family.

Here is the introduction as taken from Stanley Jackson's book:

fortune than the Sassoons, long known as 'the Rothschilds of the
E~ast'. After centuries as Bankers to successive Ottoman rulers and
leading citizens in Baghdad, the year 1829 saw the clan suddenly
Faced with extinction and the young David Sassoon forced to
ee9 his ancestral home by night under the threat of a death

S" a srge generate dagis t e turu en a tgod oft


worrds of a contemporary: 'Silver and gold, silks, gums and spices'
opium11 and cotton, wool and wheat whatever moved over land
'and sea felt the hand and bore the mark of Sassoon &
Co.' A vast fortune was accumulated but one that left a legacy
of deep-rooted inter-family differences.
,"Even more remarkable than its trading coups was the clan's
dardtzingr social progress. The first Sassoon to wear western dress
ariftred in England in 1858. Within a few years the family boasted
two baronetcies and was sending its sons to Eton and Oxford.
"The Shah of Persia and, later, King Edward VII were to be
guests in the Sassoon homes and shooting lodges. A Sassoon
woman owned and simultaneously edited The Sunday 77mes and
-the Observer. To her, Esterhazy confessed his guilt over Dreyfus.
"Sir Philip Sassoon, millionaire host, politician and aesthete,
was private secretary to Field Marshal Haig and Lloyd George,
and friend of the Duke of Windsor, Chaplin and Lawrence of
-Aaia.
a--His cousin, Siegfried, is the famous war poet. Their kinsman,
-ir Victor, survived a crippling air crash to become a merchant
prince and international sportsman. His racing triumphs included
Four Epsom Derby wins, and his financial deals involved millions,
from the cotton boom of wartime India to Mao's take over of his
huge enterprise in Shanghai."
rC+**+**+
i So much for an introduction to the fascinating story of a
temarkanble family.
A frontispiece picture of David Sassoon shows him wearing a
ttuiban and the loose flowing robes of the East. His feet are
encased in silk sandals and he wore a well-groomed flowing beard
with a trace of grey peeping through the black mass. He was
.ggarthy of complexion and had the bearing of an Eastern

SAnt er interesting picture is of David Sassoon with three of
his eight sons. This picture, taken in 1858, is of a very old man
with a srnowy white beard. In the group is the first Sassoon to
jrear Western clothes. While his father and two brothers looked
completely relaxed in their Eastern robes, the "westerner" looked
like a horse in harness. He was wearing a tight-fitting tail coat
igith a stiff-bosom shirt, black tie and a high winged collar. The
Collar forced his chin upwards. He was clearly uncomfortable in
tle role of a western dude.
:,I read the book some time ago. I can't wade through it again to
~Z~up all the details but I recall that at one point in the story
a rtesquarrelled. They decided to share the fortune and
piparate, each taking his own sphere of operations in which they
3ir~te both equally successful. Mfter that there were two distinct
Srranches of the family.
:1 Sir Victor was the last male member of his branch and so the
Qaronetcy died with him.

:2When Communist Mao took over China he seized Sir Victor's
frit fortune in Shanghal. He also held several European members
$ Sir Victor's staff as hostages.
:- No one knows what it cost Sir Victor in ransom money to
31cure their freedom but the figure ran into many millions of
Mlzars .... in addition to the vast fortune he left behind when he
*riIChina.
**********
I don't know when Sir Victor came to Nassau. I amn not sure
whether he was among the English evacuees in the second world
war when wealthy tamilies came to Nassau to escape the bombinS
in England or whether it was after the Communist take-over in
China.


All I knew about him wats that he was one of the fabulously
wealthy group that constituted the international set in Nassau.
His lawyer was Sir Stafford Sands who, at that time, regarded
me as Enemy No. I to the privileged Old Guard. And so I wasn't
surprised when I heard that Sir Victor was among the people who
financed the take-over of The Nassau Guatrdiant from Miss Mary
Moesley by leaders of the U.B.P. who immediately set out to
destroy The Ribune.
And sohe was no friend of mine.
**+***e****
I have told you in this column before that there is a type of
personal journalism that I despise. I don't believe in digging into
tilpersoal lives of people just because they hold an important
place in life.
As you know, The Rzibune doesn't report divorce cases, nor do
we print the name of a woman who has been raped, if it can be
avoided. We regard these events as human tragedies that should be
treated kindly.
1 _t these are the things that most publishers feel are needed to
'build cimrcuation.
Wte have proven with 7te Dibune that circulation can be built
and newspaper made a successful financial operation without
deaing in filth. .
It's been a long time since I was active in foreign
corresporlncen because, as I have grown older and The Tribune
,has.gt bigger, I found that my work on this newspaper exacted
all my time and energy.
When I was an active correspondent for foreign newspapers I
used to get all kinds of requests for personal details about
wnealdWf or distinguished people living here. I either ignored the
requests or cabled back to tell the newspaper making the request
that I didn't deal in that kind of journalism. A Canadian editor


Company Limited


handsome, cosmopolitan C.
Gerald G~oldsmith, top man at
the Grand Bahama Port
Authority .
Central banking, people
who promote the islands,
Bahamian taxes, size-and-price
guides to more than 70 Jand
developments, and a separate
government section are also
included in the new book.
This year's cover shows a
unique view of the Bahamas'
national bird as seen through
Roland Rose's camera.
As the introduction
states, "The flamingo is no
ordinary bird ... aInd the
Bahamas is no ordinary
country."


By The Associated Pren
FebruaDAY 7th, the SAWh dAY
1973. There are 317 days left in the
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
Hulshe movesT fmna sau in t
Wah las to Mngoa s carag xon
announces he will put no limit on
uedo nAmerican air power in
1969 Peru signs first trade
I 2n- Th C mmu sntsopen a
new offensive in south vietnam.
shelln parts of Sta ornti eao

anru reseK atin abuthe
mU itry tH c veness of bombing


U.S. an Briai t settl eTnios an
dais -o Chrisia SociAalits in
slinet a rele c e or Alb tI off B hel

isd kuied whilep mountatinn cli

se~a ed cionHauC mnt


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LIKE A SEAGULL plucking
new morsels from an ancient
sea, the latest Bahamas
Handbook unco vers
little-known facts about the
Bahamas.
The new Handbook, now
available in local stores and
news stand, presents what is
nmobably the first popular
treatment of Lucayan history
by a professional archaeologist.
It ranges over the islands and
discovers that our unusual sand
actually ~varies from island to
island, not just with other
countries'.
nt penetrates the spectacular
blue holes with awardwinning
explorer Dr. George Benjamin,


and of fers a Canadian
naturalist's theory that our
underwater G~rand Canyon, the
Tongue of Ocean, may be a
breeding ground for giant
squid.
It brings to life
turn-of the-century Nassau
through a visit here by Bliss
Carman, the famous poet who
managed to immortalise the
Bahamas in verse while
conducting a tryst here with
his lady love, in a convent.
Among the 147 illustrations
in the new Handbook is a
photospread of "Strange
creatures of the Bahamas",
from a close-up inguana to a
front-on, balloon-shaped


porcupine fish.
' nd the 560-page book
contains an expanded Out
Island section, a comparison of
our cost of living with other
major cities, 25 separate maps,
and a complete traveller's
section with tips by such sea
veterans as Capt. Milton
Pearce, whose cruise passengers
included a respected mid-west
artist who took his clothes off
as Nassau Harbour disappeared,
and left them off until
civilization came in sight again.
The Handbook's handy
A-to-Z "blue pages" are again
included for easy reference,
and the Freeport section


HEIRS
HISTORIES
S DC RESEARCH
TITLE INSURANCE


ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
BIRTH*DEATH.MARRIAGE
COPIES- 00UMENTS-WILLS

GENEALOGIES


never forgave me for a reply I sent him to a cable requesting me
to interview Lady Oakes and ask her certain personal questions
about her murdered husband.
Anyway, one day I received a cable from a London newspaper
asking me to interview ~Sir Victor about the disposition of his
wealth in his will
The message said that members of Sir Victor's family in
England were concerned about his devotion to his nurse. They
feared be would leave her a large slice of his fortune. The paper
wanted a statement from Sir Victor.
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It was common knowledge that Sir Victor was very fond of his
Texas nulrse. As well he should be. He had been a crip le ever
since his accident in a plane crash in the first world war. She had
taken personal care of him for years and had saved his life on
more than one occasion when he suffered periodical heart


no pr e2 wuld alay tu p wtr Ii nus.th soo
ostracise him because it meant something to have such 8
distinguished man at a party. But they always knew that they had
to provide a second pace at table for his inseparable nurse, who

I didn't like this assignment. But I decided that I would find
Sir Victor and let him say what I should do.
I found him lazing in the sun alongside a swimming pool at
Eve's, his simple home at Cable Beach. Photography was his
hobby and he was engaged in snapping everything in sight with a
Polaroid camera. Polaroid, as you know, develops a picture within
seconds.
I introduced myself and he received me cordially but not
before he had made a picture of me and presented me with the
result.
"I have a request from a London newspaper." I told him,
handing him the cable. "I don't like it. It's none of their business
what you do with your money. But I must send them a reply and
I will tell them anything you say. If you want to tell then to go
to hell, Ill do that too."
He laughed at my approach. This was probably the first time
he found himself being interviewed by a reporter who suggested
that he should ignore a question.
"Just tell them that there is no truth to the story," he said.
This I did.

A few days later the Sassoon manager ... I think his name was
Matthews .... appeared at the front door of my office.
As I have told you before, I never closed the doors of my
o fc. I came to be known in town as "the man with the open

."I have a confidential message for you from Sir Victor," he
said, "may I close the doors?", he asked, closing the two doors
and locking them behind him before I could answer.
Sir Victor has been thinking about that telegram," he

comllt nueh .b c nth edti c urt by is rlaies. He hs einide
to marry her because he wants her to have his fortune. He didn't
realize until you came to see him with that cable that he was in
love with 'Barnsie'."
Her name was Evelyn Barnes.
"That's wonderful," I said feeling like a Cupid of sorts.
"He appreciates the decent way you handled the cable," he
continued. "He wants me to tell you that the wedding will take
place at Eve's. It is a secret. Only a few of Sir Victor's closest
personal friends and 'Barnsie's family have been invited. They are
flying to Nassau tomorrow. Sir Victor has sent me to tell you that
he wants you to have the exclusive story for The R2ibune and you
can also handle it for the world press. Send a
photographer-reporter. But keep the secret."
Kept the secret and sent my eldest son, Etienne Jr., who is a
first-class photographer and reporter, to cover the story.
The story was a complete surprise and fell like a bombshell on
the social set around the world.
*********
After that I got frequent phone calls fromt the Sassoon office.
Sir Victor had instructed his staff to give me the exclusive story
on anything newsworthy that they were doing.
One Saturday night I got home from the office a little late. I
had been shopping with my wife. I push the cart at the food shop
while my wife shops around among the shelves ... a~ tedious chore
but one of the small ways in which a husband can show
appreciation for his wife.
When we drove up to our house the phone was ringing
furiously. I ran in to take the call.
"Daddy," the voice at the other end said. It was my son
Etienne Jr. calling. "Something must have happened at the
Sassoon house. They have been trying to get you for an hour and
called to ask me to try to trace you."
I phoned the Sassoon house. His manager answered.
"Sir Victor had a heart attack and died over an hour agL," he
told me. "We have been trying to find you all over the place
because we know that Sir Victor would want you to have the
story first. We can't hold it much longer. 111 give you an hour to
get it rolling."
And so ... Sir Victor was faithful even in death in showing
appreciation for a small gesture of decency.
t*********
This was unquestionably a marriage of love.
After his death Lady Sassoon .... dear 'Barnsie' ... established
"the Sir Victor Sassoon Heart Foundation" which has done
valuable work for Bahramiatns suffering from heart disorders who
are not in a position to get the medical aid they needed.
Many lives ... both young and old ... have been saved by the
love and devotion of this fine woman who today lives in the rich
memories she cherishes of her dear Victor.
******r*****
As I have said many times in this column ... it pays to publish a
clean newspaper.
*******


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Sweet memories ... wafted by thy gentle gale
Oft up the tide of time I turn my sail
To view the ffiry haunts of long lost hours, far fresher flowers.
ANONYMOUS


Your judgment is ontly as good as
yOur idonf~lormti
THE BERNARD SUNLEY BUILDING
BAY STREET AT RAWSON SQUARE
-- 2nd FLOOR --

Post Offce Box N491 1, Nassau
Phone 21055-21856


Mrb Gr tbune


Is Bahamas breedlinf iroundl for liant squid?





By Abigcril Van Burn

DEAR ABBY: The longer I read your column, the
more convinced I am that you should not be giving advice
to people.
A woman wrote in and said that she had two cbiW e-
ODB WAS illegitimate and the other was legitimate. She said
her mother bought presents for the legitimate child and
treated hid ns ce, but she looked thru the Ellegtmt on
like he wasn't even there, and even refused to recognize
him as her grandson. And YOU told the girl that her
mother must be sicd!
Abby, I think YOU'RE sick! IThe BIble teaches urs that
an illegitimate child is a bastard, rad that is why the
grandmother objects to him, in case you can't figure it out.
..You should not condone sin
IZITIJI ROCK, ARK., R~EADYER
DEAR READER: If yea want to quote the Bibe, there
are many references to "forgiving," judglag not, casting
the first, and being kind to onre another. Why should a child
be punished for the circumstances of his birtht

DEAR AB3BY: I am a waitress in a godrsarn.W


S. Colebrookr, first vie~-presidnt; ;*** -
R. E. Cooper, president: C. H. Bee ra
Thompson, host pastor; Alexander
Black, third vice-president.
Standing from left are: Maxwell
Stubbs, recording secretary; the kla'er
Rev. Jerome Hutchinson, public
relations director; the Rev. M. C. i~~r
Symonette, chairman of the
Thologia IC mmite ah SRov Iti
and music Consultant: Robert C.
Hensley, consultant in Thecological Avaiable
Education; the Rev. Adam
kons~o execlutive board m taer at at
Missions and Evangellam; the Rev. favourite
George C. Cumberbatch, chairman, o sre
Vacation Bible School Committee
and the Rev. Bob Myers, youth
consultant.


VISIONAIRES -- SOUVINIERS
SPECIAL GUEST

Mr~s. Kay/a Lockhart ~Edwards

MASTER OF CEREMONIES

IMrMarfsh ukse liswo
AT YOUR :CHURCH OF WORS~HR& OR SUPER
MARKET (ROSETT~A) OR SHOPPiERS PARADISE IN

0NL '.UU


SSpace Donaltedby Interested Friend]

TR ADE RS BANK


flN COMPULSOR Y LIQUID TION)


a nsw anality stanllard in ateno taps ncarding


TAYLOR INDUSTRIEfs LIMITED.
P.O. BOX N4800 TELEPHONE 2-8941-6


Will any other person (depositor, shareholder or other creditor) who considers
that he has a valid claim against the company which has not been formally admitted
by me as liquidator also contact me at the above address.
SYDNEY MOP.RIS,
Liquidator.


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casts a few


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have at nice spacious checkroom for penale to check their
coats and packages. SO WHY DON'T THEY?
'Tsere is no charge. It is an accommodation for the
customers. Some give the checking room girl a quarter or
maybe 50 cents, but even that is not necessary.
The restaurant is weHl heated, so it's not necessary for
the customers to sit with their coats on whie they dine. But
for some strange reason they all pass up the checkroom, go
to a table, then they take their coats off and pile them onto
a chair! Then they shove some of their packages under the
table and chairs, and clutter up the table with more pack-
ages until the place looks like a disaster area after a
hurricane
With such a cluttered table, it's awfully hard to serve '
and If something is spilled, the customer is always right, SO
the waitress has to pay the cleaning bill!
Abby, please be a pal and print this. Last holiday
measn was just murder! D)OTL IN CHICAGO
DEAR DOT: Here's your letter, and let's hope the folks
get the message.
Problems? Ya'll feel better if yen get it off yer hebst.
Per a, personal reply, wrlie to ABBY: Bez No. erta, L. A. '
Calif. gmB. 8aelos stamped, self-addressed env~elpe,
ples.

For Abby's booklet, "Howr to Have a Lovely Weddlag."
seeda StoAbby. Box cTM, les Angeles, Cal. IcS.


the Convention, was the preacher.
O~n Tuesday night the Rev. L. W.
dodgers, pastor of Pilgrim Baptist
(`hurch. was the preacher.
The Bahamas Baptist Missionary
and E~ducational Convention
comnprises more than 40,000 people
inl the Bahamas. It is the largest
religious organization in the
ConIorw ealt. rR. E.. Cooper, J.P.,
M.tB E:, is president and the Rev.
(`harles Smith, pastor of Zion
HBaptist C'hurch, is the executive
Sl I~ inl photo are members of
tthe executive board of the Bahamas
HBiptist Missio~nary and Educational
Ct convention. Seated from left are:
Lthe Re~ve. (harles Smith, executive
secretary; L. D). Cox, treasurer; A.


Tlhe 38th annual sessions of the
Uahamass Baptist Missionary and
Iducational C`onvention will close
tomorrow with services beginning
1( P.m. at Transtigurationn naptist
Church, Ma~rket and Vesey Street\.
Thee Rev. A. S. C'otebrook, first
vice president ofT the (onnVtlron,
htl b thec Speaker. Also
patcptin I~ c r brthe co~mbinrd
t'he theme of the convention,
\hichl beganl Monlday, rt
Iransfruituten, wa\ "Iacing a Nrw
jlld~ ni te was erli ered rn th
Irev Michael Symonette, the
Superin~tendent o~f St. Jorhn s
Maptist Asso~ciation,
O~n TIuesday morning the Rev
c-l noch Back ford,r a past president lf


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ARRIVED TODAY:
Baham Sar Flavia. Emerald
ARRIVING, TOMORROW
Angelina Lauro from Port
Everglades; Queen Anna Maria
from Boston; Noel Roberts
'rs"@t""" mo" ORROW:
Tropic Flyer for West P'alm
B....
TIDES
H-igh 7:43 a usi and 8 Ci
p~m Low 1:18 a~m and I 48
p~m
SUN
Rises 6:45 a.m. Sets 6 0(4
p~m

MOON
Rises 6:33 p~m Sets 6 37
a.m. Full Moon at 5 07 a~m





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EACH PAIR OF
MEN'S SHOES





1,000 PAIRS MUST GO!!
"OFFER GOOD
WHILE STOCK< LASTS"



SHOE STORE


coonald' sFanni urs.
. .'til 5:30 p.m.
FirF. Sat. ..'til 8: 30 p.m.


'73


THE HIGHBURY HIGH SCHOOL AUIT.

on

Monday Feb.19th 1973

~ik~iD.4U3 FM.gw.


Featuring


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MANY OTHER ARTISTS

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DUTY-FREE IMPORTATION OF
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Modern and attractive factory buildings can be obtained at
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These buildings are designed with maximum flexibility and
will be constructed to meet your specific requirements on
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The Ministry of Development staff are prepared to offer you
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PROJECT('7 SELECTION -FINANCIAL NEGOTIATIONS
MARKET SURVEYS AND OTHER RELEVANT
ST`ATISTICS' PREPARATION OF FEASIBILlIj STUDIES
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Will the following persons kindly contact the Liqiao Scn lread


in connection with claims


Sunley Building, P. O. Box 1491, Telephone 2-1976,
which they may have against the company


Adderley, Donald A.
Adderley, Seldon
Allen, Willia Franklyn


Bethel, Buster Earnest
Bethel, Pairic B.
Bremen, Howard
Browll, Hartman
Burros, Beatrice

Cartwrigt, Gerald
Clarke, lonise
Cooper, Catherine V.
Cox, George Lewis
Curry, Erol

Darling, Cetella
Darlin, Nalthaniel
Dish, Herbert L.
Dillot, Gerald
Dorstt, Lllis

Edwards, Arthur A.
Ellenor, Eunge
Eliott, EIlvs
Eis, Gracie Mae
Extinor, Exantis


Gibson, Leonie E.
Gonzales, Cecil &/or Gaylean
Grant, Vernon J.



Hamilton, Reuben A.
Hanchell, Iewis
Hanna, Percy
Hepburn, Olga
Hepburn, Patrick
Johnson, Blanch
Johnson, Christopher
Johnson, Joyce
Johnson, Lawrence A.
Johnson Lawrence A. &/or Emmra

Kemp, Arthur
Kenny, Cecil A.
King, Harold
Kinlock, Rolnd
Knowles, Marjorie

Lafkler, William
Lampros, Prodomos
Lightbourne, Gertrude
Lighthourne, lawrence L.
Lynch, Cecil R


Penn, Winston A.
Phillip, Ernest Clive, Sr.
Pinder, Sonnie



Rahming James & Cynthia
Rahming, Jeffrey
Roberts, Dorothy
Rolle, Arthur
Rolle, William

Sands, Kenneth
Seymour, Fenrick
Simmons, Miriam
Smith, Dolly F.
Sweeting, Olive

Taylor, Leon C.
Taylor, Shirley Mae
Thurston, Mae
Tucker, Cedric
Tucker, Etella

Wells, Genius
Wells, Hillman B.
West, Erac
White, Edward
Whyms, Samuel

Whyms, W1isl
Witlknson, Clyde

Williams, Cuthbert
Willims, Dpahville H.


Feretra, May Melntosh, Roland &/or Irene
Feaslon, Enid Roker Miaoulls, herne
Faguson, F. J. Missick, Almanda
Forbes, Charles &/or Winnifred Mosko, B. Tina
Fraser, Patrick J Munnings, John & W. B.


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Gsvale, John


Nesbitt, Elliott
Nesbitt, SybH
Newbold, Mlerine
Newbold, Roselyn
Nicoll, Wallace G;.


Wf~iams, George

Wilson, Caroline
Wongl, Francis
Woodside~. Linda


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ANTIQUI:S AT BARGAIN
PRICE~S and a large variety
too, will go under the hammer
at the third annual auction to
raise funds for the Institute for
the mentally Retarded to be
held at G;overnmnent Hlouse,
Saturday, Fecbruary 24.
Among donated pieces of
silver-ware. china and
photographic equipment for
pe ot-noinnt h ndbabe an
painting held by Mrs. Paul
Cole, left. chairman of the
3ene fit comrit tee, a
silver-plated cover shown by
ors m onel (ha mn. aic~tion
the C'rown dish displayed by
Mrs. Stella Amoury.
Also displayed are, trom
left, a C'hinese screen, a
Flemnish chest, it opens at the
top with bottom drawers, a
pair' of brass fire-dogs, a
gold-framed mirror, a pair of
gilt-decorated candelabra, a
crystal fruit-basket. a Limorges
fruit dish, and mahogany table.


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 beach, crystal water. For
sale below investment value to settle estate.

Apply Buccaneer Point LimiCBtti, P. O. Box
N7788, Nassau or phone Nassau 24500 Mr.
Dimbleby.


CARBIPR


OPPORTUNITIES


RtOYWAST BANKINO SORPORAIONW ULMITAB
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:
1. Loan Officer

The services of an experienced loan officer are
required. Applicants should possess approximately 10
years banking experience in which a minimum of 4
years has been spent in credit analysis. It is essential
that some knowledge of Foreign procedures, Exchange
Control regulations and accounting routines be
possessed. A working knowledge of the Spanish
language would be an 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 alternatively possess a
Universityp degree i~n accounting, commerce,
econ""""m""ics 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


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Censorshipr, harassment of "'Three of these states were
reC vtcr and "a spreading closely associated with the
clo secrecy" made news United States South
rep as more difficult in Vietnam, South Korea rand the
19'1; than any time since Philippines.But Latin America,
Workr War II, Wes Gallagher, too, came under increasing
prealdent of The Associated dictatorial control with
Preas, said Thursday. resulting censorship and
"Tig!; control of the news secrecy."
in ...any areas by the U.S._ Gailllagher said that in the
government, coupled with- United States pressure on the
attacks on the press, were press came from "government,
echoed abroad by increasing politicians, self-appointed
censorship in foreign states," watchdog groups and assorted
Gallagher said in his annual commentators who kept uip a


barrage of. often partisan freedom, monitored not allowed a correspondent in the north, official secrecy was Walla~c. necessary to get behind official
criticisml." correspondents' outgoing copy Iraq, he said. Andrew Torchia. imposed on information that "Neither in Latin America barriers through news
"Is1 one form or another." and occasionally threatened AP correspondent in Nairobi, had been readily available nor elsewhere," G;allagher sid, enterprise: and investgigtive:
he said, "the din was bound to vague 'sanctions' against AP Kenya, was held several days in before." "'did AP submit to any reporting.
erode further the public's faith correspondents whose factual a military prison in Uganda Despite the problems, censorship at the soulrce and it He cited as examples AP
in the media." d ispat ches irritated the where he was covering a story. Gallagher said. the AZP wrote a continued to report the news special correspondent Peter'
He noted the supreme regime," hesaid. "There was no censorship in notable record in reporting a fully and objectively, though Arnett's trip to Hanoi to
cottrt's decision rejecting G~alagher said there was Vietnam, but newsmen's year of astonishing news the governmental efforts at news interview American prisoners
newsmen's first amendment pevsvecnorhp i h ovements mn the field became U.S. election, President control made sources and of war, the Washington special
rights to withhold sources from Philippines. Egypt, he said, more circulmscribed as the Nixon's trip to China, the information le~ss accessiible an assignment team's report
grand juries. mitie loesrelac American presence, and Vietnam negotiations, the the reporter's job more linking the Watergate break-in
Abroad, G~allagher said, of. outgoing copy though logistics support, waned," massacre of Israeli athletes at difficult." to the Committee for
there were tough censorshiP dsace eenttmee Gallagher said. the Olympic G~ame~s, the last Censorship etfforts mn many Re-election of the President.
measures by military regimes in wih"At times, for example Apollo trip to the Moon, and parts of the world, Gallagher and Jean Heller's expose of a
Brazil, Peru and Argentina. W or the econd yearr AP wa s -durin the heavy bombing of the shof~oting of o.GereC. sad, made it all the more black syphirs experiment
"Chile, while avowing press


Censorship and harassment of AP reporters made news gathering more difficult in '72


NEW YEAR ( AP)- report to AP members.


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liu W. Ha r s, ~on va mor
onec, Gloria Hendry, Art ~
und, Val Avery and Minnie on, 9i eJ
entry in the film which
ascribes the violent career of a )
ob boss from the streets of s ~~ NASSAU AND FREEPORT
ack Harlem to the top ranks
f the underwor id


NOW SHOWING
Matinee 3 &t 5, Evening 8:
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Dir cto b


A Lee Savin
production

~Starring Brock Peters
a$pecial guest Ruby Dec
SUGGESTED FOR M
PARENT L DISC,
Reseritions not claim
first come, first



NowY thru Wednesday
Matinee continuous
from I:45 Evening 8:30
"THE FRENCH
CONNECTION" R.
Gene Hackan n
Fernando Crenna


THRU THURSDAY g
30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-100S g
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and Leslie Uggame as Netta
eAlso starrng Peggy Pelttit I
IA TURE AUDIENCES. I
RETION AD VISED.

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"HOUSE THAT~DRI;P PED I

Peter Cushir I

ChristopherLee I

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TRADE 1IN YOUR PRESENT STOVE AND REFRIGERATOR
FOR OUR BRAND NEW ON~ES.
Apartment sizel Gas Stover and Refrigerator, including
installing and Gas -


"Trade In Accepted Toiwards
Down Payments"

OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.


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SHIRLEY

STREET

THEATRE
Now showing through
Thursday. BLACK GIRL
matinees at 3:00 and 5:00
evening 8: 30. Supggesed for
mature nadien as parental
Colour filmed entirely in
California, BLACK GIRL
succeeds as a dramatic work
without resorting to violence,
sex or overly excessive
language. The dialogue is based
on the off-Broadway play by J.
E. Franklin and the film was
directed by Ossie Davis and
stars Brock Peters, Leslie
Uggams, Claudia McNeil and
Louise Stubbs.
Depicting the turbulent life
of an adopted girl and her new
family, including three other
girls who become resentful of
her when their mother urges
them to pattern their "sister,"
the film is outstanding, due
more to a lack of emotion
rather than talent.
Two songs, "Black Girl,"
and "Sisters" are well suited to
the onscreen happenings.
The film was produced by
Lee Savin, a Beverly Hills
attorney, with Robert
Greenberg as executive
producer.


Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m. and playing through
Tuesday, ASYLUM plus THE
LOST M AN. Sunday
showings continuous from
5:00. Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from
2:00, evening 8:30. Suggested
for mature audiences,
parental discretion is advised.
ASYLUM is a movie based
on the characters of a mental
institution who each have a
tale of their own to tell. In the
first tale, "Frozen Fear" a
husband who kills his
obnoxious wife a believer of
voodoo and puts her in a
deep freezer is in turn killed by
her dismembered body when it
comes to life.
When his mistress arrives at
the house, she is attracted into
the basement of the house
where she is also attacked by
the limbs which sends her
crazy causing her to be put in
the asylum.
When his mistress arrives at
the house, she is attracted into
the basement of the house
where she is also attacked by
the limbs which sends her
crazy causing her to be put in
the asylum.
In the second tale, the
supernatural is also portrayed
with a tailor's mannikin
coming to life to avenge the
death of a mysterious dabbler
of magic. The life ofa
sc yohrrednic is also included
The fourth tale is based on
th rostory "M nnikins of
wreaked in a home for blind
old men, as finally the head of
the institution is tortured. A
four-in-one tale of terror,
AuSthoUoM Ps written by the
..It will scare you like
"Psycho" did.

Starts Wednesday, BLACK
CAESAR plus TOWER OF
EVIL matinee continuous
from 2:00, evening 8:30. No
:*dtededer 17 will be
Tune aer, goodlooking black
youngster with his shoeshine
box under his arm approaches
well dressed white man
emerging from the bakery with
a purchase under his arm. The
boy insists on performing _his
bootblack artistry on the
man.
Another white man
ep rahes t e chusoe
customer starts to take off but
is restrained by the shoeshine
boy clutching at his legs. Shots
ring outeand the customer Ials
wounded. The gunman fades
into the crowd. The shoeshine
boy runs away. Thirteen-year-
old Tommy Gibbs has just
completed his first chore for
the Mafia.
BLACK CAESAR traces the
rise and fall of a young black
man from his gang activities on
the streets of New York, to his
take over of the Harlem branch
of the Mafia. His life, loves and
often murderous activities are
graphically displayed in this
fast-moving story.
Fred Williamson stars in the


Pedro Colley, Gloria Hendry,
Art Lund, Val Avery, Minnie
Gentry and Phillip Roye. It
was written produced and
directed by Larry Cohen.


Starts Friday, ACROSS
ll~th STREET matinees at
3:00 and 5:00, evening 8:30.
No one under 17 will be
admitted.
ACROSS I 10th STREET
was filmed on location in
Harlem and is based on the day
to day happenings of the men
engaged in the numbers racket.
The movie stars Anthony
Quinn and Yaphet Kotto who
portrays a black detective
allied with Quinn to capture
three cop-killing black robbers
of a crime syndicate Harlem
numbers t arlem born actor,
won instant fame in his
Bro dway role n pTeGarce
James Earl Jones. His talent is
not held back in .'.AC.RQSS
tllth STREET were filmmS
actually took place.
thViewers will find thetide o
confrontation between the
mob, the cops and a gang of
blacksbwho try to double-cross
The motion picture is an
edition of the novel which was
written by Wally Ferris.

SAVOY

THE AT RE
Starts Saturday night 8:30
p.m. and plays through
Wednesday "THE FRENCH
CON NECTI ON" plus
"DOCTORS~ WIVES', no one
under 17 admitted.
THE FRENCH

""?.Eig O rellfedso onu a pth
of dedicated, hard-working
New York City narcotics squad
detectives, Eddie Egan and
Ilon shotG huc hatoe n uly
led to the smashing of a $32
million international dope
smuggling ring. The trial
proved a long and arduous one
including France's most
popular television personality
of the day.
The motion picture marks
one of the most ambitious
projects ever to be filmed in
New York City. Starring Gene
Hackman, Fernando Rey, Roy
Scheider, Tony Lo Bianco and
Marcel Bozzuff, "it includes
among a great many chilling
delights, the most brilliantly
executed chase sequence I have


CREATURES THE WORLD
FORGOT plus THE LAST
REBEL, matinee continuous
from 2l:00, evening 8:30. Plus
late feature Friday night.


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1

5

5

5

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PLUS


"THE DOCTOR'S
WIVES" R.
Dyan Clanon
Richard Crenna


DOWN) PAYMENT


Dowdeswell~ Street TBel. 2-80l2
P.O. Box 6104 E.S., Nassau, Bahamas.
FORMALLY BESCO BUILDING-
OPPOSITE GENERAL EQUIPMENT
"We Pay Cash For Used Furniture At Appliancs"


For Only )40




I


8 ge th job, done


Ant *


C8843
A BUILT in oven and grill
(white) $50. Counter top gas
range $30. Ph one 4-1543.
C8813
20 b.p. Mercury and engine
control. Both $375 call
3-2095-

C8866
1-1956 Dodge Dump truck
1 iichigan Pay loader Poe
42981 qip -
C8871
2 8* x 10' new tents (sleeps
3-4)

1 10' xr 16' tent I ees 6-8)
I -- 2 damper cam ing gas
stove~also cots, etc. Priced very
reasonable. Walter Higgs,
Winchester St., Phone 5-8742
or 2-4391:

C8811


r$ CAS P


Building). Sorry telephone
28012 is out of order.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
C8558
WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2-7667 P. O. Box
N4764, FRANK ARY
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

CARD OF THMKIS
C8881

















The Family of the late Naomi
Roberts, who died February
3rd, 1973, wish to thank




Social thns tob th ot
and staff of the Princess
Margaret Hospital and Father
Fnger.

C8882


C8863
CHARTERED QUALITY
SUR VEYORS, NASSAU.
Require trainee surveyor age
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.
C8832
INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENT/
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL
SUPERVISORS
Alumina Partners of Jamaica
has immediate openings for
Instrument /Electrical

Ap cnt should have a sound
educational background,
spe visorav e prine Maet


sio 5 f 2r el tehne

salaries and employee benefits.
Applications giving full
details of age, qualification and
exper e~nce should be sent to

ALUMINA PARTNERS

SPOFR MEAE P.O
JAMAICA, W.I.

C8829
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA
REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
To analyse and solve various
process equipment problems.
These positions, which are
open to Jamaican Nationals
only, require a minimum of 3
years o experience mn mdustry
and oer excel ent starting
salaries and employee benefits.
Degree in Mechanical
Engineering preferred but not

Aeql iein writing iving full
details of qualificati ns t -
PE RSONNEL MANAGER,
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA,
SPU R TREE P. O.,


C8854
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment overhead Dr.
Symonette's office (dentist) -
Minnie Street. Apply on
premises.

C8852
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.
2-8763-4-5-6
C8820
LARGE ONE bedroom
furnished apartment with
telephone East Shirley Street
almost opposite Nassau
Bottling. Phone 5-8196.
C8853

AEALRFMENCTO- NV IIAleNRaD
uea Motgl Be t18 tsr



SHOP (formerly Rainbow
Studio), Bay Street Nassau
Arcade. Phone Harold Hoffer
2-8537 or 5-8462 from 9 a.m.
to 5 p7.m.

MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.

C8636
THE W A KE FIELD
A PA RT MENTS -Corner
Cordeaux Avenue and Watlins
Street, Englerston, ONE AND
T WO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS completely
fur nished Airconditioned
'bedrooms, all modern
con ven iences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.

C8654
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.


803oot Fibregiass ~Ope t

o y d T1r i Evinr de

and skiing. Call 3-6645 from
9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m or
34569 after 8:00 0.m

^8720



aeweCat .343 desello i5t n
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, D~ox
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.
C8869
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

DISTRIBUTORS FOR

CH RIS-C RAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YAC HTS

MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES

SEE US AT THE
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
FEBRUARY 23-28
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C8635

TRAVELLING ?

For efficient friendly

aDde t ation by A idie o
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOU RS at 24512.


IATA

APPROVED PASSENGER AGQENTS


C7142
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domi ngo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.
C.8651
PRIME OFFICE space
available in IBM HOUSE, with
central airconditioning and
ample parking. For further
information call 3-2351/4.
C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE ~
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.


BATIFU Yo 'UR I HE

a artme ts. 2R s nabie re ta

5-4926.


LA61 E ONE BEDROOM ui
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8724
3 BEDROOM 2 baths house*
Situated Anson F~load.

ino oaion cal d-258. Fr

BAYCROFT beautiful ocean
view, 1 bedroom apartment,
large living, tastefully,
furnished, top floor, telephone,
pool, Laundry. Call 4.1288.


C8759
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY


vrls Exerence wich a a ag

oPreviou expo iece wit e. 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.
C8836
WANTED: Farmer Soldier
Road. Phone 35959.
C8842
DOMESTIC for small
household full or part time.
Re ferences abs oi ute Iy
necessary. Phone for
appointment 2-4777 between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m.
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE

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 Vetssel0



.plcn ppli reoni atlat3
yearseo aadp fuly n wiriing to
reum o education n rfsion'
experience, aosesnd Brtechnc
certificate on. rcgi


LxeiVE-Nc MAID Exerhieced

Bahamian over thirty. Two
School children. References
essential. Phone 41204.


C8864

TH ODEL EC BA KIG

Acc oun tants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
yarsaprofe lionalo ex lrence


wThe De bIc tec Banking i
Coorra itionina Liited, P. O


aniuditor. Must kewlnow NCR
4200l Appiarly inpron wait
referto enstone Mr. M raa en.


C8874

oprevin ou experienced nin an
ales andl livon persojecit
experiences wit 1 M Resort


C8878


e5 BE OM 2f nah huse -
Bamboo Town. Phone 3-4181.

C M2LETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue


macino Sndoj ae onn
premises. Telephone 23287.

CARS FOR SAILE
C8849
1970 FORD LTD. V-8 Station
Wagon, Power steering, power
brakes, airconditioning, in
excellent condition. $2,995
ONO -Ph one R. F.
Hendrickson Tel:
2-1784-5-6. After 5:00 p.m.
Tel. 4-1235.

C8867
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
SUPER, automatic, radio, good
condition. $1225. Tel. 77375.
C8612
FIAT 124 Sports Coupe, 4,000
miles, $2,000
MORRIS Traveller, automatic.
$1500 or nearest offer. Phone
51147 evenings.
C8880
1970 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN
- good condition. Phone
5-6621.


C 86WORK FOR THE ARIE
in Reservations. Ticketing. Stewardess, Ramp Agent, I'assnger
service. Travel free plus many other employee benefits. Call o~r see
Mr. Richard Mooney. Alpha Airlines School, at the IND)IES
HOUSE, FRIEEPORT, February 18lth and 19th. Phone 352-8821.
Or at the URITISH1 COLONIAL HOTEL on hay Street. Nassau
February 25th and 26th. Phone 322-3301.


C8847
HlOTE~L MANAGEMENT. CAHlERHS ARE- AVAIL.ABLE1 FOR )
Managers. Assistant Managers, House keepers, D~esk C`lerks,
Maintenance, Clerical. MEN WOMEN COUPLES. ALL AGEFS.
Call or see Mlr. William Albert, Alpha Resort Career Institure, at the
INDIEIS HOUSE, FREEPORT. FEBRUARY 18th and 19th. Phone
352-8821., or at the BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL on Bay Street'
Nassau. 'FEBRUARY 25th and 26th. Phone 322-3301.


C8857
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY

1970 C vroe I ILla $2600
AuomatichGreen $875

Viva 2 Dr. Radio

19 V hall Viva 185
Aromatic Green $1200

A/C Beige, Vinyl $2995
1967 Cougar Yellow $800
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva
S/W Automatic White $26600

V97 Mos 10 SeiS

1970 Chevelle 2 Dr. Auto.
Green A/C $3400
1970 Pontiac Parisionne
-4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2500
S1971 Vauxhall Victor
4 Dr. S/W Auto. Red. $1800
S1971 Le Mans 4 Dr. Vinyl.
2000 miles only,
SBlue, A/C $5850
'Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the ice H-ous
Telephone 34636-7-8
C8816
1 9 64 P 0NT IAC
LAURENCIAN with radio, in
A-1 running condition. No
reasonable offer refused.
Telephone 7-7060*


Come to us we give red
'carpet treatment.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate. Dial 22033, 22305,
22307 Nite 41197.
C8838
FOR SALE
1. Delightful Coral Harbour
residence excellent
location near Clubhouse
convenient to Flamingo
wadterw y. Three douI
spacious living-dining area,
sun porch, modern
kitchen, carport, etc.
Exceptional buy at
$77,000 furnished.
2. Attractive two-bedroom,




Wetwo-atrd Vils eside ne

wihtrebedrooms, two bts

Iovngodining, spacious sn
kitchen, cap tc. t 9
u50 yO ronr dued to

4. wad sidla reie

wihtrebedrooms, two s'
liarge Inving/dnn opening su
ort to patio, spacious
ktiitchn carpo, etc. Lt 5
$55,000 f uricksled.
5. Ot wodin 1 y s tCobloei

watr whith bect denri hs
hresde Vis-odta atrta
wihtobedrooms, woo bts
lag iigdining rom, poer n
ro~om patio, saI undy,
carport, crprtwo rtch,

star00 fnsuppy.$5,00

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EATFUL two bedroom
urni sh ed apartment
avrooking Montagu Bay (very
dsrbearea). New complete
rgstove, refrigerator, heater,
wal mirrors, sliding doors, etc.*
Good rental no problem.
$27,500.00 Winl consider
exchange in Florida. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime. P. O. Box 1"4635,
Nassau

C8770
LARGE LOTS
FOR SALE
SANDS ADDITION
BERNARD ROAD
Deposit $200.00. Monthly
payments $100.00. Cash
discount 20%. Call today Bitt's
?eal Estate 2-3921.

C8865
1-2 storey building on Soldier
Rr ding osite Technical

um r. gF s2 8n h


C8870
FOR SALE
3 Bedroom house, completely

Carpr eed se en, rear pai
AII this for only $30,000.00.
We can arrange terms. Palmdale
residential area.

SPLIT LEVEL BLAIR. 3
bedrooms 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.

WESTWA RD VI LLAS
BEACH RIGHTS 6 bedrooms,
5 baths spacious outdoor
PATIO kingsize SWIMMING
POOL. Spacious grounds ideal
frlarge family.

CABCE BEACH THE GOLD
COAST. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths
odty 150ft. from SANDY
BEdA H I tseul urn s e


EIGHTY FEET OF SANDY
BEACH. At Cable Beach. Has 4
bedrooms plus shower rooms. -
maids quarters Gorgeous views
e cellt s im i~ng Ne



WESTWARD VILLAS rights
to Sandy Beach. 3 bedrooms
plus extra large screened-in
PATIO 2 car garage -
complete bedroom and bath
for rhaid enclosed grounds -
fruited trees. With Air and
Calling fans. Immaculate Was
$85,000.00 reduced to
$75,000.00.


48872
NOTICE is hereby given that
Heinz Mueller of Sheffield
Street, Nassau is applying to
the Go vernor for
naturalisation, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts to the Deputy
Governor, Government House,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C8798
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. offers for immediate
delivery a unique electronic
pocket calculator which adds,
subtracts, divides and
multiplies in seconds. For
information call 23921.


IN MEMORIAL









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In sad and loving memory of
our beloved mother, sister*
daughter and grandmother
Alma Edgecombe who
departed this life February
17th 1972.
The blow was sudden the
shock severe
To part with one we love so
dear
We'll see you again dear
mother one day.
Left to mourn: Mother 2
daughters, 1 son, 1 grandson, 2
sisters, nieces, nephews and a
host of relatives and friends


MARINE SUPPLIES
C8649
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C8663
CORNER building lot, main
road, very near The Current
Club, Eleuthera. $1`750.00 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
or 2-2680-

C8797

Aocation CEntr ville fao to e
150 ft. Depth 100 ft. Price
Ilegotiable. Call Bills Real
Estate 23921
C8827
1% STOREY BUILDING on

Heghs.Lo 0 m 10



C8799
A GOOD investment a 21 acre
estate. Situated in good

rvidedne e. Sairteable fmr middew
priced lots with additional
space for long term rental
income property. For
information write the
advertiser c/o Box 3139,
Nassau.

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 34317.

FOR S~LE .OR RERT


N PINK SAND BEACH -

home, guest cottage. fireolace.
21/ baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkin, c/o Box 101, Harbour
Island. FO R E T



r=8784
2 BEDROOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.


C8831
MECHANICAL MAINTENANCl
SUPE PV ISORS
If you have i ars experience
in Engineering, Maintenance.
or Production Supervision or a
knowledge of Alumina Plant
operations, then this Is an
opportunity for you to join a
most progressive organization.
We are offering you a good
salary, excellent employee
benefits and the most modern
working conditions.
These positions are open to
Jamaican Nationals only, and
applicatlons~ giving full resume
should be addressed to:
STHE PE RSONNEL MANAGER,
ALUMINA PARTNERS
OF JAMAICA,
SPU R TREE P.O.,
JAMAlCA, W.I.


C8875
FOR SALE -- 50' Houseboat
complete with kitchen and
furnishings included two
bedrooms. Call 55441 ext. 044
after six.
C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT,excellent
condition, bargain at $18,500.
Phone 54011 days.

SCHOOLS
C8782
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencing week of February
12, 1973. Cdll Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
re py uo vsite li AShinley

C8787
COR RESPONDENCE STUDY
Don't dream about the f uture!

or sap ndenc ryou i n lea n



meh er .

C8658

DIDEO AVET WISEADyou
could type, do bookkeeping,
write s north rd,ok pd a proper

percentages etc? Understand
English grammar? Stop
wishing! Call 2-4929 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. or write P. O. Box
6216. IN JUST THREE
MONTHS WE WILL TEACH
YOU ALL THESE THINGS.

HELP MINTED

C8814
AN UPHOLSTERER with at
least two years experience.
Also able to drive. Call 2-2481
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C8793

MALE MANAGEMENT
TRAINEES
Young men over 21 required to
learn credits and collections
leading to management. A
background of dealing with the
public is preferable, Car is
essential. Starting salary

cT80 eRo yerad o

N-3207, Nassau.


C8828
ALUMINA PARTNERS

ORFEQAUMR A




as a minimum of 3 years
experience in Power House
OperiatlonS.
These positions offer excellent
steanting salaries and employee
Applications should be in
writing and addressed to:
THEAPER ONNEALRMANAGER
OF JAMAICA'
SPU R TREE P. O.
,JAMAICA W.I.
C8830
ALPART NEEDS
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
AND CHEMISTS
Alumina Partners of Jamaica
has immediate openings for
qualified Chemical Engineers
and Chemists.
Applicants should have a
Chemical Engineering Degree
and/or a degree in Chemistry
and experience in a modern
processing operation.
These positions, which are
open to Jamaican Nationals
only, have advancement
opportunities and
commensurate salaries and
employee benefits.
Apply In writing, jivingldetails,

THEAPERSONNPELRMANAGER,

SPU R TREE P. O.,
JAMAICA. W.I.


C7157
1-VEGETABLE COOK: Must

hae aure years eeieence i

Polc Certi icOt MeC iNS:
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
Iast thraotupr runes sarany
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 pa ter. a d vda



tantlte group bubs ns for d y
show so that proper charges are



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

rnd Baaaent ApI nt mus

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 Cer tif icate 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
t o: PERS ON NEL
DEPARTMENT, EL CASINO
SP. O. BOX F-787,
FREEPO RT, GRAND
BAHAMA.


THE FAMILY o' the late
Shiriey Knowles wish to
express their sincere thacnks for
all the flowers and cards sent'
and the sentiments expressed
during their bereavemelt.




C880s


WANTED AT
OCEAN CAY
LEVERMAN. Must have
minimum five years'
experience as leverman on
hydraulic dredge, capable of
total responsibility for
operator c f sd edge'S ritn


exopemirn e.n lu daye off aft r
each 20 days on job. Other


oaib n c. P. O ox M Q77
Nassau.

C8877
The following job vacancies
exist in a well-known Nassau
firm:-
SECRETARY

dudte r tarywt shorshn

book-keeping if possible.
D0OOR-TODQO R SALESMAN
A voor-to-Door Saleman
who has had previous
experience in selling consumer
products and is willing to work
either futi time or part time on
a commission basis.
REAL ESTATE SALEMAN
A Salem~an who has had
experience in selling Real
Estate and who would like to
work on a commission basis.
CHAUFFEUR
A chauffeur with previous
experience and a good driver's
record as well as good
recommendations.
Any persons wishing to apply
for any of the above vacancies
should write to:*
T'he Employer, BOX 5449,
Nassau. giving details of
previous experience etc.


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FOR THE BEST IN HOME
COOKED FOODS
Call Maria Johnson, (better
known as Ma), Ross Corner
Catering at homes, parties and
food delivery. Phone 3-4564.

C8650

MIOVINS?
For Expert Packring &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N-1893. Phone:
24511.


BATA
AlroVED CARGO AG WNTS


c8942
BASICA.LY furnished 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned), 1 both.
kitchen, living and dining area.
washing machine Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
ad 2-3865.

C8851
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment upstairs
Buccaneer Cnn. For
information Call 5-4616.
C8841
FURNJSHED -2 1-bedrarn
apartmentt' tor rent. Pfhong
3-1403.


CM KE BIG MONEY as a HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR. MEN
- Learn to openite D~ozers, Draglines, Barckhoes, Loarders, etc. Caoll
or see Mr. Kichard Mooney, Alpha Heavy Equipment School, at the
INDIES HOUSE, FREEPORT. FEBRUARY 18~th and 19th. Phone
352-8821. Or at the BRITISIJCOLONIAL HOTEL on Bay Street,
Nassau, February 25th and 26th. Phone 322-3301.


sturday Febrary 17. 1973.


$pt $rt litttt


ome by Classified Counter at The Tribune or cali 2-1986 Ext.5 'rs Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.

REAL ES'ZTATE IEALl ESTA'TE O ftA RT fOR SALE nGHCE MARINE SUPPLIES IIELP MNIITED HELP MNTW'ED


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TRADE SERVICES
C 63



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
C8644
TROUBLES ... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
Robert M. Bailey
P. O. Box NS6'
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870'


5*WITH A WEST[GINC+KUSE MAJOR APPLIANCE

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P. 0. Box 6330 E.S. PHONE 28421


23" ~WESTINGHOUSE BLACK AND WHITE TV CONSOLES

Distinguished fine furniture.consoles in a choice of two styles.
Memory Fine Tuning: no adjustment needed after changing channels on VHF
* High gain amplification for improved reception in fringe areas.
* Automatic gain control adjusts automatically for changes in TV signal strength.
* Large 6x4" oval speaker gives excellent sound reproduction.


HIELP WANTElD

sRo 'oREo lieg ennd w nad

wo rk o e sily s ann
eseapply to: P. O. Box
N-7782, or telephone 26596.
C8860
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
-- Out Island Resort and Real
Estate Operation. Food and
Beverace 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.

TR ADE~ SERVICES
C8634
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
frhomes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 58213, or
5-1772 WORLD OF MUSIC,
Dewgard Plaza.
C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE. IT
UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO'S
NE W S UPE R STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:


HELP WANTED

5TOEROOM e MANAGE :

purchasing for 500-room Hotel
storeroom. Must 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 1
year apprenticeship under a
golf professional or golf
director~ at a bona fide golf
club. Experienced in operating
golf professional shop
including retailing and
merchandising and running golf
tournaments. 7 years teaching
experience,. attended lectures
and be prof icient 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
worke long 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,
RE FRIGERATION/AI R-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 &
is:O:NTOV CUB WS

C7161
AUTOMOTIVE/ELECTRICAL
MECHANIC with minimum
3 years experience on General
Motors products. Must be able
todd anoses eectria raogaerms
Full Company benefits and
factory training available.
Bahamians only apply-
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
Ltd., P. O. Box F-555.
Telephone 352-7001.
C37164
CLEANE R/MAINTENANCE
MAN Applicant will be
responsible for general cleaning
which includes,the cleaning of
toilets and office building. 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.


BEL rm~nTE

SAA CRAFTE CTERUNG
HAVE AT LEAST 3 YEARS
EXPEftlENCE. IN HANDLING
AND PREPARING FOOD
TRAY SET-UPS FOR
AIRLINE CATERING AND
LOADING INTO THE
A IRCR AFT GALLEYS.
9 UALIFIED 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,
FREE PO RT. GRAND
BAHAMA, TELEPHONE:
352-7391.


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 "Islad 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
equ ivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a full
resume of education,
experience and technical
certification.
C7162
RA N eqires or it

Group in Freeport a Mortgage
Loan Administration Assistant.
Successful applicant should
have good educational
background and preferably
banpk nimcfnan e, renwret a
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
Misseibrook 352-6741 for an
appointment.

FOR SAILE
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.


7015 1-2-3-4.
C8642 iiannvunvalumnew
PAT IO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS C8840
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, GOODS LEFT OVER 30
PANELS DAYS WILL BE SOLD.
John S. George & Co. Ltd., NASSAU BIC CYCLE
For free estimates and prompt COMPANY LIMITED.
service call 2-8421.



MAND BAHAMA
IN FREEPORT TEL 352-6608


HELP nWATED
C7163
PROCESSING PL ANT
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.
C7165
WANTED: FIRST CLASS
SIGNPAINTER AND SILK
SCREEN MAN. APPLY
FREEPORT DECORATORS
LTD. PHONE FREEPORT
352-5557.


HELP WANWTED
,7154
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
BAN K 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.
relett e ronveyancinbe ami
advantage.
Apply Misselbrook, Mortgage
Dept., P. O. Box F-2681
Telephone 352-6741 for an
appointment.


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Spariing codd
or instant hot rfnrehment .. .

HOT 'n COLD
BOTTLE WATER COOLER
uses Wanezoo
Alwys ready fo on or a crewb with thirs qunchilng
cold wter or piping 180' hot~ w tefor instant coffee,
tea, choeaJte r soup. rM . a~tmtrciv stylnlg in
tawn beige coffe brwn and bnruhed aluminum
bleds with baluses plea, shop or profession offic
Intbrie.
Compac .. trak anip~ a uar foot of floor space.
Rapire no plumnbing or wida, just pklu into sta
dard outlt and start enjoing sparklicyng r ot 'n
Cold nrefehmet.


Enjoy good-tasting cold water ..
Westing$1008
COLD BOTTLE WATER COOLER
Model WACBIGB
Gl re wa o enjo the knInioraIng lIf of dell
clously rpcold sphring freh watr -an he
lamn of hers-tetin chemica~lly trated Pter,
smera y to 30 peopl per hour. Slm, tim
btling .. takes only a squar foo of floor
spac. Quik* wa to hav instant refreshampt
inofi, store~ or shop. No instalation -lust
set it iad plug itn.


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Automaltic Defrost Refrigerator, and #B Pound Capacity Separat F~reee
Famip else delue nkewlgrairuegr. You will Ind evey coneninmce you've eve wane In
thi big 12.8 cubic foot rirgMt-fret. Autormati dfrost in nrefrgeraor *AwntesY1 Mt
inconve~ninc of mnualf defrosti. Separate 96 pound capuofty nreaer is undlertled try
requent use of nrefrgerto r ction, espealel important In hot weather Geneous nrefrigerao
has over 18 squar feet of shett storage plus fulfkwdth vegetable crisper, sepa~rat burr
comprtment and handy door storage. Newr tutup she klfeaure permits 188 (I soagls s rag ao
out SAcrlficing shelf storage ar


$184


WESTINGHOUSE TASTEMAKELR
30" ELECTRIC RANGES -
model Kf 130M

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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTI'S

WOWE~E.'UNIL TWIf515 EAL EXCITIHG---K~ENIY AFTER ALL IT'SONLY WHO S41DHE1
Kon WALKDl BARON COMNlG NERE TOMORROW gRouT TWAT I S3oiL.D WAS 601W#
LYo YOU REALIZE THAT WAS DYING TD SEE MULf/ NOW, )U WOW'T LET SONWk OE EOE 1DPIAQDFD8E
ITE BEEN SITTNGW NERE OF SOREDOM/ N E&IM EV WIHU MU HE PROU'LLK YU
FOR OVER TOD HOURG, LIW IM I ) rMEET HM.-
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APARTMENT 3-G Be Atrea xcesses

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MARTH, THS ISYOURUN FORM TomoRROW! WILL GET ALONG SPLENDIPLY!
NEW NURSE --MISS (L1 ~
THOMPSON / levi al~SXCtl( ~ 1TU/R ~ IGIPCD THA F
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HER TO GET OUT OF
THAT HIDEOUS
WHITE UNIFORM!/






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-- O MATTER! I'VE jEEN YOU- DID DooeoNEf /WL ~t/~TYY c~~ GETME LONG
SORR I' JT OLRC IOIJIE K RN 3R ETI NM IV ENTIKN B


ilTAl AlPiHIS I
AIPISE ILEAVS




;EX T5 IC D
SIAM H BARD


OSltn CpYZTRAVE PA O


ii. Twist. (4)
18. Move. (4)
Po. Learvin out. (I
e La c. a(r
23i. Farmyard towils. (3)

".Lcea es exer. )
3. Overhead structure. (4)
a.Frsink l (5
0P. Reg ments. B)

13. Remsr
an a

(.fa
16. Cat tie.

at. rrot
rle, (8) setrrdes's soletion


No. 7.0481 . to TIMl McKAY
1. Brewer in the peeragle. (4, 0)
;.D@ore cit (4)
b. Lauz ncwws (9)

13. Containers for hiker~s. (J)


Saturday, February 17, 1973.


CARROLL RIGHTIR'S




from the Carro Righter Institut
GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a great
deal of energy released today and tonight, but
you are all too apt to use it in directions that later prove to be
adverse for your welfare, so double-check whether or not your
new ventures have proven to be a success, and if not, forget
them and concentrate upon outlets that have worked out well.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Many duties have accumulated
that can be gotten out of the way quickly today and for which
you have not hours enough during busy work days. But save
some time for recreation in p.m Catch some good TV program
tonight.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Use only proven methods in
whatever you do today and make sure your appearance is just
night when deahyn withoothesh oE ening is best for amusements

GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Give attention to those affairs
at home that do not appear to be vital, but are important just
the same. Make the right preparations so you become more
successful in the future. Put that fine plan to work.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Make it a point to
contact those who are vital to your way of life and increase
the goodwill you now enjoy Get your shopping done early,
but do it wisely and count your change. Fun in p.m
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fine day for repairs at home that
make it more functional and comfortable. Study your
financial position well and try to plan so your income is
gre teR than your out o. Consult wl ho eperts, t mpovbt

your health and charm through right treatments. You have to
use tact if you want to put that plan across at group affairs.
Show you are a romantic type of person,
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Clear the slate for bigger
things ahead b getting through all those tasks at hand. Your
attachment has other interests right now, so get busy at
whatever else interests you. Make this a productive day, p.m.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Join with congenials who
have the same interests as yours and you can have a delightful
time together, but try not to hurt their feelings in any way. A
good friend needs your assistance. Do your utmost to help.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get into the outside
world but be sure you do not lose your temper with others.
Handle vocational details cleverly. Get rid of whatever is
blocking the path of your progress.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have new interests
that appeal to you and are well within your scope of ability, so
begin them early. Get out to the right places for
self-expression. Show others you appreciate them
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) You have promises to
keep that you have made to others, so do not disappoint them;
prove you can be relied upon. Rise above arguments with
mate. Get on the constructive side of life.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Sit down with associates and
exchange views that can lead to more harmony and profitable
operations in the days ahead. Not a good day to try to
reconcile with one who opposes you. Await a better day for
this.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. .he or she will be
one of those fussy and finicky young people who must be
taught early that ordinary cleanliness is sufficient when there
are more important things to be done, otherwise your progeny
could turn into a household drudge and little else. There is a
definite humanitarian quality in this nature and this should be
slanted along a life's career for best results. Your youngster

1 he3 Sar m eul te do tmnon cmel. '1 t you make of


ilWihout warming thenba ke
open, shooting Rupert and the
contents on to the terrace.
" Ooo, I wasn't ready for
thnad c" h asps as heo sts u
heap of letters. Then some-
one coughs, and he gets to his
ALL RIGHTS


feet toefac naatrisk littl mn
aren't you 7 says Rupert.
" Correct." replies the man.
" And you're Rupert from
Nutw o, o remember, bcamal
last thing I expected to find
among it was a little bear I"
RESERVEo


WELCOM Ol,"d~,~ctle cdo
of More Killing Defence, Ithe
French fortnightly Le Bridgeur
devotes a page to quizzes by the
author, H. W. Ketlsey, whose first
booKt Killing Defence, is now
r~egardxt as a classic.
asut though Kelsey made
his name as the uefenders'
cnampion, he has often
new.enraed deolarer, too, as on
tae 11ana below. 10, Is a goon
example of the art Iof losm
ahead.
Tne proverb, a st~htch in time
sveas Itmne,b I p esyc~y a 1
thought, though seldom spec~-
tac~ut~ s always ieadng.
+n AK + Q 10 5 3

h K 10 8 3p + sA J 7 cI a
Immnaterial. After an unecn-
tested auction, West ttuds tum-
sett in 3NT and North leads a
low heart. Dummy' sqJ5 wins.
How should West, continue ?
To avoid a heart lead from
South, which might well be fatal,
the club itnless Is taten agamnst
nma, but wh-at,'if North wins and
Switches to a diamond ? West
nas eight tricks-three dluYOS'
three spades, a heart, and a
diamond. Should he take the
diamond finesse or look to the
spades for ins ninth ?
Ift is imp~osslble to tell and that
is Where forestrought comes mn.
Before leading es~ues, declarer
should take three rounds of
spades, If their breakt 33 or if
rthe 4 J comes dow hne needn t
risk eith f da d fiese If the
his only hope.
This is the type of hand on
which tallure to play correctly
orten passes unnoticd--espe-
crially it the club fnersse suc~ceeds.


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able to adly ~e ember that the
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the board, from top to bottom
ofpt tinles amseonds m!blem
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port; 3 minutes. god mi ues.
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MOleAY 12 -FRIDAY 18, MARCH 1973

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
TIME MRH1MAC13MARCH 14 MARCH IS MARCH 16

9.00 a.m. Spanish Economics General Paper Botany History
- 12.00 or or or or or0
noon English Economic Latin Education Paper I Biologly Geology
History (for Cert. Ed. or w o
applicants) Prne Mathematics British
(Traditional or Conrstitution
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Mathematics B. Ed. Applicants)

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Chemistry

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J UDO TEAM TO CO MPETE INI F LO RID A


took the lead with 43'
Rodgers took second with 30,
Bethel was third with 23V2 and
Columbus was in fourth a half
point behind.
"We got our 43H from
jumps alone," said Lundy.
Kevin Rolle who tied Mathew
Le~ckey of Rodgers in the high
jump was awarded the first
place as he had fewer faults
than Leckey. In that
competition Oakes also got
fourth place
In the senior girls high jump,
Virginia Levarity who
contributed a total of 15
points for Oakes topped that
division while her team-mate
Valdeeta King came in second,
In the junior boys high jump,
Willialm Thompson took first
place and Keith Major was
fourth. Second and fourth were
also won by Ojakes House in
the junior girls high jump.
The meet was between
Oakes and Rodgers explained
Lundy, "but we had more
depth than Rodgers," he said
explaining that while Rodgers
had only one person in an
event, they had two.
FTOP G;IRL
G~enesta Farrington topped
the junior girls with 16 points
for Oakes House. She won the
100 and 200 metres
In the senior boys division,
Danny Stubbs of Oakes House
and Anthony Newton of
Rod crs tied with a total of 29
poin s. Stubbs won the triple
jump, the 400 metres, came
second in the 200 metres and
third in the 100 metres
toto Reame first met tehse
second in the 100 metres and
third in the high jump.

Gr nd y, Smth anphysicac
education teachers, tied for
first Ilcei the female
teachers7 m tres. eAllarmace
Sct wa hird
co tt w nale staff 100 metres
Richard Adderley ad Michael
Johnso were g n tied for
first plac wth Geog Wils n
comin i third cre n

Sweteingm Hg's headmns er A
Leonard Archer who stressed
good and clean competition
and hoped that some way he
will see some member of his
school on the Bahamas
National Track and Field team.
The Houses competed for the
C. C. Sweeting Memorial
Trophy and presentations will
be made on Monday morning
during assem bly.


Rodgers' Hlouse was second
with 301 points, Columbus
House was third with 259 and
Bethel House brought up the
rear with 191 Vr,
Coached by Martin Lundy
Oakes House on Thursday '
when they began eliminations

O USSIEA 19 FO

4 05 FIRST DAY

Au tr a isT ba men wr forc to
struggle folr runs by tight West
indian bowling and field placing on
th isa day of the f rst test match
Apart from the expensive six
overs from fast bowler Uton D~owe.
which cost him 50 runs, the home
bolreentiowed total of 91 for one. They made
laboured progress in the two hour
session to ten adding a mere 79 runs
and losing 2uvvick tshmn the pr~c ss
for 3 wickets with G;reg Chappell
34 and Ross E~dwards 17 the not
out batsmen
The West Indies did not take
lond fte ckunch to capture their
who, after an innings lasting three
and a quarter hours, received a
superb ball from off spinner Lance
(;ibbs which bowled him middle
The Australian opening batsman
after an uncertain start against the
fast bowlers had played with
gr n ng assura ce oahga nrats tae
their captain lan Chappell. After an
uncharacteristic innings lasting 77
minutes he pulled a short ball from
lef a me writ7 pp e unsane A l
to make his team 127 for three.
Against containing bowling from
Gibbs, Ali, off spinner Aaurice
Foster and medium pacer Vanburn.
Ioderbs Goge rhappeltoand ht
runs. Only occasionally did they
seem in danger of losing their
wickets, generally to All's eachway
spn But they were never allowed
A crowd of 12,000 watched the
gripping play in bright sunshine in
An tor hurs betdeen f unch ar
Chappell, generally a free
strokemaker, had been batting los
minutes for his 34.
At close of pla Australiaowe e
20 and waters at 9.
AUSTRALIA: Virst Innings.
K. R. Stackpole b Foster 44.
M h dp ll Doe Ai 19.
G S. Chappell c Kallichrarran b
Gibbs 42.
R. E~dwards not out 20..
D. K. Walters not out 9.
wiexrst o10al( es 1 Legbyes 4

WickOTsA fll at 606 16 Iwickets
BOWLING:
Holder 12 5 12 o
Dow! so so 0 0
2~bs23 10 4 2 I
All 21 5 56 I


Malone said that he expects
his students to do well as
they are very determined and
hard f fighters. Accompanying
the team will be Malone's
wife, Cathy, who will act as
team-coach and assistant.
"Our \team has greatly
improved since our last
oemhopso bring Oack I lsd
five or six place-wins,"


Malone explained.
The team pictured above
are: (back standing) Don
Malone, Richard Charlow'
Scott Brown, David Carey,
Seviet Russell, David D ri
Malone, Madonna Malone
Mark Grimsley, Kirk
Knowles, Scott Dorsit and
Helen Carey.


A TEN-MEMBER TEAM
from the Bahamas Judo
Association headed by their
sensel Mr. Don Malone will be
travelling to Hollywood,
Florida on February 23
where they will compete
against members of the
Miramar Judo Club the
follown day. teMrmr
team is more experienced,


LONDON (AP) Results of I
Saturday's British soccer games:
ENGISH LEAGUE
Divison Ln
Arsenal I Leicester o f
Coventry o Tottenham I

Everton v Norwich p d. l
I~pse ch 4hMasnchester United I i
Marnchester City I Liverpool I t
sheffield U.0O Birmingham I
West Ham 2 West Bromwich I
Wolverhampton I Newcastle I
Aston Villa I toontn I
Blackpool I Huddersfield I
Bri tle City u3nrighton a
Fulham I Sheffield Wed. o
Hunl Cityd O lwall 2
Oxford 2 Orient 1
Portsmouth 2 Nottingharm F~or. O
Sdrlangd M udlsdbonugh 0

Mlackburn 0 nRisolHvers 0
Bournemouth 2 Bolton o
Grimsby I York City 2
Halitsd vr Brntf~ohrdewspd. 0
Oldham vs Chesterfield -- ppd
Wym ut 4 Kt edri atipd
Wrexham 4 Southend 2
Aldershot 2 visua L:
B~arnsley 1 Bradfqord City 2
Bury I chester '
Crra% ts Headinmbrip stponed
Exeter 0 Southport I
datepoo i Licelno O
Newport 5 Glillingham I
Peterborough 2 Stockport 3
SCOTTISH LEAGUE
Aberdeen 1 ANUi teld 0
East Fife 2 Celtic 2
Morton 3 St. lo stone o
Forfar I Queen's Park 2
Montrose I St. Mirren 4
(Le e hrerpgamp nin the Scottish

GRIER JONES IN LEAD
SAN D)IEGO (AP)--Grier Jones
utldie-bi di ptah agle afinisbia
established a two-stroke lead F~riday
wih a 66 01 the scondi roudof
D~iego Open golf tournament.
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BY GLADSTONE THURSTON
BOTH WESTERN DIVISION Senior Boys Champions St.
John's College and Eastern Division Senior Boys Champions St.
Augustine's College put finishing touches on their training this
weekend in preparation for the Inter-School Semior Boys 1973
Basketball Championship game which begins on Monday
afternoon at the A. F. Adderley High Gym at 4 o'clock.
Climaxing their winning of years experience in both school
the W. D. title, St. John's and B.A.B.A. basketball. From
College, working out under the St. Augustine's College came
coaching of Tyrone "Aker" Tyrone Sawyer, who literally
Strachan triumphed over the 'came to life' during the St.
visiting Freeport High School John's/Aquinas game on
today in an exhibition game at Wednesday.
St. John's. In great spirits and Besides Sawyer, from
in high hopes, St. John's camp Aquinas College came offensive
is confident of another guard Prince Hepburn.
championship. Hepburn, who plays senior ball
It is noteworthy though that with Carter's Hitachi, has
St. John's, with the attainment proven himself along with
of Strachan as coach, are much captain Andt'ew Albury, who
more mature than when they plays senior for Carters, the big
met Aquinas Aces for the first factor for St. John's.
time this season. Although The omission of Johnson
they are competing without and Russell gave Phillip Turner
the help of Ronald "'Buck" and Robert Scott a chance to
Johnson and Leymon Russell prove themselves around- the
who paced them during earlier centre forward area. This they
games, St. John's is favoured did skillfully aInd warranted
among the fans to win the themselves among the top
championship playoffs. seven.
However, S.A.C. the Controlling the board alonl
undefeated champions of the with Hepburn, who has been
east will be hard to beat. doing a remarkable job, is the
MAINLY ROOKIES little guard Dexter Rolle. Role
Coached by Vince Ferguson, played for St. John's lasl
St. Augustine's have played season and this season he ha!
this season with a majority proven himself capable ol
rookie team as only two of handling the guard position.
their last year's players On the bench among the
Lionel Jervis and Jeff Mclntosh first substitutes are Woodrow
returned. This, however, poses Wilson, Kenneth Trotman.
no threat to coach Ferguson Rodney Farquharson Warrer
whose team this year was Wilson and Peter Isaacs.
complimented with 6ft. 4ins. Good competition and keen
forward Noel Munroe. basketball is expected during
Munroe, who plays junior next week's playoffs which will
B.A.B.A. along with fellow be the best out of three. All



Russell and Livingstone Barbes EASTERN D)IVISION

h a t 1 n e n o r t n o n Is t a s :M B ie h 6

few players, St. Augustine's L.W. Young High 2 6
have competent bench which Queen college o a
includes Peter Isaacs, George WESTERN DIVISION
Mills, John Wildgoose and the (senior girls)
ball-handler Bruce Arnold and s. Jo ds Coleyig 6
Terrance Smith. Aquinas College 3 3
St. John's have the edge of Prince
experience as most of their pinceSW11Hims Hi h I
players have two or more


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YNAMOS SUNDAY
By IVAN JOHNSON
THE McALPINE-DYNA-
IOS une atC ford Park
soccer IAeague should prove to
m: an academic exercise for the
lefendina League Champions.
McAlpine are at present in
second position in the Sunday
Soccer League table behind
Eropigas. Tropigas have 15
pointss from 9 games and have
mnly to play Dynamos in their
ast match of the season, next
week.
McAlp in e, however,
assumingg they dispose of
,ottom-of-the-table Dynamos
tomorrow play Red Lion in
their last match of the season.
Up until last week the Lions
were in the race for the League
title alongside Tropigas and
McAlpine but Tropigas
destroyed the Lions' chances
of gaining the Championship
by beating them 2-1.
The Ingns certainly gave the
League leaders a 'run for their
money' and McAlpine might
well use tomorrow's game
against the Dynamos as a very
serious practice match in
preparation for their clash with
the Lions next week.
If Tropigas beat the
Dynamos next week and
MlcAlpine win tomorrow and
text week then both teams will
'inish the season with 17
points from 10 matches.
With both the League
leaders showing excellent form
n recent weeks it would seem
hat0 a playoff for the League
Title between Tropigas and
McAlpine is very likely, and
should provide a superb climax
to the Soccer season.
In tomorrow's other match
Paradise will play Red Lion.
Paradise-Red Lion
kickoff, 1:30 p.m.
McAlpine-Dynamos 3:30 p.m.
SUNDAY SOCCER STANDINGS:
P W L D Pts
Tropigas 9 7 I I rS
Mc Alpine 8 6 I I 13
St. Georges 8 2 5 I 5
Paradise 8 2 6 4
Dynamos 8 I7- 2

SCHOOLS SIDE BE AT

DA MMARK 6-1
PACED by strong attack in
the second half, a combined
New Providence schools soccer
team defeated the S.S.
Danmark 6-1 this morning in
an exhibition game played at
Clifford Park.
The Danes took an early 1-0
lead irt the first half before
Algernon Reece booted in a
late goal to tie them up. In the
second half, the school's team
ste ped up their attack and
sco ed five more goals.

longtime struggler who came intd
moreothanw $00 000 1intor nniangs
last season, utb: together hih
six-uruler-opar eMrton ay unorat
Torrey Pines used for the first two
ronds of this tournament.


:Oakes House to victory iR



Sweeting's sports meet

By GLADSTON E THURSTON
WILLIAM THOMPSON, who won the junior division of the
triple jump, the high jump, the discus and placed fourth and
sixth in the shot put and the mile, contributed a high of 32 points
yesterday to lead Oakes House with 335% to win the C. C.
Sweeting Annual Inter-House track and field meet held at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.


FOR FES.22
By Ivan Johnson
THEPR==SD Ale Sa
Football Association will be
played on Thursday, February
22 at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre*
It is understood that the
game has been specially
arranged through the BAFLA
and Leroy Bailey, general
manager of the Sonest a Beach
Hotel,
According to Mr. Geoff
Williams, BAFLA president,
the Association was contacted
several weeks ago by Mr.
Bailey, and informed that on
February 22 and 23 scouts and
players of the New England
Patriots, an A merican
Football Association team'
would be visiting Nassau.
The Association realized
immediately that this visit by
the Patriots would be a good
opportunity to display the
talents of its best players to the
new England Scouts with the
hopes that one or two BAFLA
players might be 'spotted as
potential pro footballers.
The popularity of American
Football in the Bahamas is
undoubtedly increasing and
with many Bahamians learning
the game while studying m
colleges in the States,
combined with the recent
success of the Miami Dolphins
last season a team which
hundreds of Bahamians
support the game is forging
itself rapidly to the forefront
of sports in the Islands.
5 PROSPECTS
Since the initiation of
organized American Football
in Nassau last year a number of
good players have emerged and
Williams feels that there are at
least five players who could stir
some interest from the New
England Patriots.
Just recently, former
Stingrays player, Ed Smith,
became the first Bahamian to
be drafted into the National
Football League
Smith, an outstanding
defensive end at Colorado
College for the past four years
was drafted by the Denver
Broncos of the National
Football League, in the NFL
annual draft, held last month.
The Association hopes that
after the visit of the New
England Scouts a number of
Bahamian players might follow
Smith into the ranks of the
NFL.
It is also understood that
Mr. Herman Weiskoph,
Associate Editor of Sports
Illustrated, will be visiting
Nassau along with the New
England Patriots and following
his visit, hopes to write a
feature story on American
Football in the Bahamas
The All Star Game will be
between a combined Nassau
Jets (unbeaten champions of
the 1972 season) and Freeport
side and a combined Marlins
and Stingrays team