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Publication Date: February 24, 1973
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$900,000 POLICE COLLEGE
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Saturday, February 24, 1973. Price: 20 Cents


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He was making the principal
address at the official opening
of the new Police College,
Oakes F~ield, an event he
described as "indeed a
milestone in the development
Fof thel training facilities of the
Mr. Pindling told over 300
dignitaries attending the 3 p.m.
ceremonies that "over the last

resta li edt and at gteh d
co-operation with overseas


police organizations. In
anticipation of independence
anl apli:- 'las already been
made to join Interpol, and
there is every indication that it
will be approved.
R'Thr mahinte pol, Fo e
will be in touch with every
major police force in the
world."

police eo gainzaion dsie nt
facilitate co-operation between


national forces to deal with
international criminal activity.
The Prime Minister disclosed
plans to help the Force meet
new responsibilities in an
independent Bishamas.
arHe referred to the number e
existing four police boats of
foreign vessels fishing illegally
in Bahamian waters.
a Tdhe ds ise ivis snifha
service, and with limited
facilities," he said. "In the next


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crews are used.
The Prime Minister went on
to say that "I have had
occasion before to say that the

Baas nPolic For e in ist al
Caribbean countries has grown
by leaps and bounds.
"But the responsibilities of
the future loom larger and
larger and so too will loom the
responsibilities of the members
of the Force. These new
facilities will help to better
prepare our police to meet
those responsibilities," he said.
bir. Pindling added that "it
is expected the Force will grow
to 1,400 men, and the police
reserve will be re-activated to
contribute to the protection of
Eife and property."
He advised policemen to
perform in such a manner that
"everything said about the
Force will be good."
He pointed out that the new
facilities can accommodate up
to 104 "students" recruits
for basic training, and regular
officers for refresher courses.
GRATEFUL
"We ought to say how
grateful we are to the United
Kingdom authorities who
footed the major portion of
the bill for this college as
their contribution to fne
development of our nation and
to the preparation of this
Force for the challenges of
independence Mr. Pindling
added
The College, located on an
I1-acre site immediately west
of the Mobile Division
headquarters in Oakes Field,
cost $8193,000 to build. Sir
Robert McAlpine and Sons
(Bahamas) Limited were the
contractors,
Before his aIddress Mr.
Pindling, accompanied by
Police Commissioner John
flindmarsh and Deputy
Commissioner Salathiel
Thlompson, inspected squads of
police representing the regular
Uniformn Branch, recruits in
training, the Marine Division,
the Fire Brantch and the
Women's Branch, and took the
salute from the Guard of
honourr.
The ceremonies ended with
Mr. Pindling's unveiling of a
plaque to commemorate the
opening. Miss GIretel Beneby,
daughter of College Adjutant
Assistant Superintendent
Garnet Beneby, presented a
ts suet of flowers to Mrs.

Invited guests toured the
training complex after the
ceremonies, and enjoyed light
refreshments in the new
canteen,
SCol DoeCommanddant is


OVER 300 INVITED GUESTS senior police officers,
both Bahamian and foreign, Cabinet Ministers, and
parliamentarians turned out Friday afternoon for the
official opening of the $893,000 Police College (TOP
PICTURE) in Oakes Field. The building behind the
dignitaries houses the College's mess hall, kitchen and
ad a srdativ ad clu roo boc an rea Bi ture aE
Prime Minister Lynden Pindling delivers the opening


A 35-MEMBER U.S. CONGRESSIONyANICMOU L re at Nassau's International Airport this
mqgaing inspecting the pre-clarence facilities for passengers bound for the United States.
Thle large number of Clommittee with the offer to American agents unt
hijackings and the smuggling of make a police unit available to B~ahamian police at
drugs and contraband into the Amnerican authorities in Nassau summoned and arrive to miak
United States has created for "on-the-spot search o~f the arrest
considerable anxiety in recent p ssengers and arrest, if found br kthe suspe t sh Ild ms e
yeas, nd hee hve ee neessry"brak nd heU.S Cuto
several moves at the official TeBhmsademu officials tried to grab him the
level to eliminate pre-clearance were given, until June 30 to COUld be charged with assau
in Canada, Bermuda and the arrange to provide facilities and battery, one of them saI
Bahamas. The U.S. team is acceptable to the U.S. so that While the presence of
headed by Congressman Tom pre-clearance arrangements police unit would alleviate t1
Stead, who is chairman of the could then proceed on a problem of baggage seard
House su bcomnmit tee on long-term basis. there is still the question I
Treasury Postal Service and The delegation also told the illegal merchandise gettii
General G;overnment of thle Senate C'ommiittee that the onto U.S. bound aircra
Appropriations C'ommittee. Bahamas government was not without going through t1
They have already visited aware of any substantial Customs check.
Canada and Bermnuda and are evidence that pre-cleared air Civil Aeronautics Boa
looking at the pre clarence here passengers were the main, or an chairman Secor D. Brown h
before returning home. important source of the vast adv oc ated cont inuti
Also among the group is ileadugmglngntth pre clarence from the Baham;
Mr. Edward Morgan of the U .S. United States. Bermuda and Canada on t
Treasury Department; Mr. U.S. Customs officials in basis that no pre-cleared flig
Vernon Acree, Commissioner Nassau, however, feel they are has ever been hijacked.
of Customs: Mr. Al Francis, only about 30 per cent Social functions for t
director of Customs and a effective under existing visiting dignitaries during t
representative from the State conditions. weekend included coc~kta
Department. The main problem, they and dinner hosted tonight
The delegation was at the have said, is the lack of power the Ministry of Tourism at t
airport from 9 a.m. until 11 t aearet n search G~ulfstream Room of t
a.mi. Later in the day they met aircraft. Nassau Beach Hotel;
with U.S. officials In Nassau at We a US. bound luncheon today at Villa d'Ei
the conference room at the psegr s fon in on Paradise Island. hosted
airport. possession of narcotics or other the Ministry of Eixterl
Max Gurney, who heads Pan contraband the suspect is Affairs. and a cocktail pal
American's operations in uulmely"ldbyte this evening at "The Retrea
Nassau. said that PanAm was
very interested in any
developments pertaining to
pre-clearance, as that airline
had moved for its
establishment in the Bahamas
in 1959.
"Pre-clearance makes our
operation smoother in terms of
tourist traffic and we would
like to see it continue but with
adequate security mesre
In October 1972 the
Bahamas government offered
the U.S. a compromise
arrangement in hopes of`e
persuading American legislators
to continue sponsoring U].S.
customs s and I mmigra tion
pre-clearanc~e in the Bahamas.
'The U.S. Congress has
promised to curt all fundF for
pre-clearance in the Bahamias F
and Bermuda on Madrh 31 l
unless the two governments
give U.S. officials stationed in
their countries power to
'search, seize and arrest." E1'*~'
U.S. agents in Nassau
currently have no powers of BAHAMAS CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTOR Donald II
personal search, arrest or even pre-clearance procedure at Nas~su's international Airpa
detention of suspected Snead, one of a group of US Congressmen here to study Ba
passengers, and have no control NE W V OG UE ON BA Y STR E
over cargo carried out to
aircraft through airport 17 IRFE Bay Street tirmsi attectted soeimcin e betw
ftnialdor a d by other were, filthied earlier this weeck Tuesday night and Wednes~
Thre main fear is that a r mreannd ala~srneare t~,in mohre weeks ago a sim
significant volume of narcotics doors. roccurrence was reported
is getting into the U.S. through I'coliice reported that Klliv s Jo~hn Bull1. across the st
these loop-holes. narduware. Mike's Shoe Store fromr the C.ity Restaurant.
The Bahamian delegation to and City Restaurant. all within The matter is un
WashnS e a p pibere ards of each other, were investigation.


IT W AS unfortunate that
the radio signal of the sinking
Sea Turtle was not heard, but
the ship's radio was either "not
putting out" or there was
sta s was the comment of a
Bahamnas Air Sea Rescue
spokesman today following a
statement by Capt. Harrison
Bain that his ship called
BASRAI twice by radio before
she went down in the Exuma
cays at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
"It's unfortunate that the
Sea Turtle's transmission was
not heard, but her radio was
either not putting out or there
was static," said the BASRA
spokesman
Three men lost their I~ves
and three are still missing.
feared drowned. Of the nine
crewmen aboard the Sea Turtle
only the Bahamian captain,
who owned the boat, and two
Haitian crewmen survived. All
the crew were Haitian.
The BASRA spokesman said
that the BASRA radios at
Staniel Cay and G;overnor's
H-arbour were both on and
working on a distress call early
Wednesday. If the Sea Turtle's
radio was transmitting these
two stations should have
picked up the call.
NO SIGNAL
The Nassau Moon Glo was
also in the vicinity of Booby
Rocks. The ship had her radio
on and was talking with
BASRA at G governor's
Harbour. Again if the Sea
Turtle's radio had been
transmitting the Moon Glo's
radio should have picked up
the signal.
At the same time that Sea
Turtle was sinking, the Marine
Operator had her radios on
and, said the BASRA
spok esma n, Bahamas
Te'lecommunicatioons stands by
24 hours on the 2182,kh prime c
emergency frequency. No one
picked up Sea Turtle's signal
The official search, which
for two days had boats
combing the waters north and
south of E~xuma, was called off
yesterday. However, BASRA
boats remained in the area.
Three life jackets, floating
south of the wreck were picked
up.
"These," said the BASRA
officer, "could have been extra
life jackets that floated away
fromt the boat, and might not
necessarily mean anything.
The safety catch on one of the
jac Its was fastenedmewo
climbed aboard the Sea
Turtle's dinghy. were wearing
life jackets. However, one of
the survivors, who was landed
at Norman's Cay reported that
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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE ROYAL B1AHAMAS POLICE FORCE is shortly to launch
a major recruiting campaign to narrow the wide gap between
Force establishment and actual strength, Police Commissioner
John Hindmarsh announced on Friday.
The Commissioner gave weLL RA wa
figures to confirm that the A O
recruiting problem reported in
the 19)71 Police Report the HIT-&-RUN
first comprehensive report on
the Force still exists. J U N L S S
"Figures are sometimes JO R A I T
boring," Mr. Hindmarsh told "Htit and ann" foreign
the crowd of over 300 at thecorsndt hv ben
openng eremnie fortheblamed by Transport Minister
new $893,000 Police College inDrelRoefoceaigte
Oake Fied, "ut i isimpression the Bahamas wished
necesaryto bing ut afew to exclude foreign investment.
points. "We are every bit interested
"Ove th las eiht yarsin attracting clean investment
thisFore hs alostdouledwhich is sensitive to the needs
in size. In 1964 the adsiainoorepe,
estalismentwas551,allhe told Miami Herald writer Al
ranks. Actual strength was very Brt
nearestalishent.Mr. Burt's interview with the
"In 968estalismentwasTransport Minister appeared in
813. but strength was only yetdysHeld
689 Hfe quoted Mr. Rolle as
"In197 th esablshmntsaying that contrary to what
was 1,070, and it still is, butth neatolnwppes
strength is 924. So you see that said, the Bahamas was not
as of now and in fact over the itrse necuigfrin
last two years this Force has ineetdi xldn oeg
been below establishment. ivsmn,
"There shortly will be a "alni die a Mo. aBpr sss ,
recuitng amaig toobtincombined with what in the
young men and women in this
country who are well qualified, past has been an emotional
academically and physically, to political opposition to make it
come into this Force and give easy for the foreign
their service to their country. correspondent to goastray.
t"We wouldunsk yh ngn in "Ro TmkAeC Oq eler
force there is one good that he believes the Bahamas
challenge to anyone with the have the natural attractions'
courage, the determination and the human resources and the
the willingness to make a stable political climate to be
career in the service." successful as an independent
The Commissioner's call for country," he continued.
"academically" well qualified "Moreover, he insists that
recruit candidates bears out a the goals of this government
note on the issue in the 1971 and the goals of a foreign
Police Report. investor are parallel, not
"Less than 20 percent of the contradictory.
applicants for the Force were The Minister was quoted as
enlisted. Well over 60 percent saying that "'the government of
of the applicants failed the the Bahamas for some time has
education test," the report been pursuing what we callthe
said. joint venture concept and this
Mr. Hindmarsh thanked the is basically our philosophy.
Federal Bureau of Investigation "To him." said Mr. Burt.
and the Bureau of Narcotics "this means a sensible sharing'
and Dangerous Drugs, U.S. a partnership, in ventures
agencies, for the help they had conceived both with a profit in
given in specialised training in mein fi r tihe in etor anrd wit
eet years ,
EYE CONTACT BahMmasRolle told the Herald
TESTS LENSES reporter that "for companies
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aIt the~ timie of his arrest
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an intensive search by the
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THE ROYAL BAHAMAS POLICE FORCE will join Interpol, four more police
launches might be added to the Marine Division within three years and a police air
wing might be established "in the not too distant future," Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling said Friday afternoon.


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LIBYAN JETS TO SHOOT DOWN EL AL AIRLINER
BEIRUT, FER 24 (AP) Libyan Mirage jet fighters have been flying
patrol missions over the Mediterranean with orders to shoot down any
Inaeli E A r liner wherever they encountered it, a Lebanese newspaper
Al Yom, which has close contacts with Egypt. quoted rehasble Arab
K~dn'ru ing nv ut o rry tcomm c und(t adene te d~ounina r
a Libyan jetliner by Israeli fighters Wednesday.
A Libyan embassy spokesman in tBeirurt declined to comment on the
report.
DAYAN SAYS ALL PARTIES WERE AT FAULT


gHen sdbluei wenEopmend s international irwest latonm In c gstd a
the tuture.
Dalyan was speaking to a packed news~ conference also attended by chief
of staff Lt. Gen. David Etlazar aind the air force boss, Maj. Gen. Mordechai
Elazalr admitted he gave the order to force the plane down.

SERIES OF MEETINGS WITH SUPREME WAR COUNCIL
CAIRO (AP) President Antwar Sadat of Egypt has scheduled meetings
with the country s Supreme War Council, Parliament leaders and journalists
durinlidentia I r~es Ad iwse Ashe Mh abl described the series of
conferences following the downing of aI Libyan airliner by Israeli planes in
the Sinal D~esert as 'important.' He did not elaborate,
G~horbal said Sadaf will meet with the War Council Saturday, Parliament
leaders Sunday and journalist Tuesday.
PRINCE CHARLES ARRIVES IN BERMUDA
H AMILTON, BERMUDA (AP) -The Royal British vessel 'Minerva' -
with Great Britain's Prince Charles aboard --arrived in Bermuda Friday
aftrn he.Duee to stormy weather en route the Minerva arrived six hours
There were no special welcoming ceremonies for Prince Charles, It was
reported, at the request of Buckingham Palarce. The Prince was beins
treated the same as any other ship's officer. He was seen on deck durinS
thedockinexperct sh Yipngu visetttehnd v rious social events including
dinner at the Government House Saturday along with fellow officers.
The Minerva is due to set sail Monday on its West Indles cruise.

EA JoS oO S HA R Fb 2 (AA)--TCotremors shook Costa Rica
on Friday afternoon, sending many residents of this capital into the streets
in panic. No casualties or damage was reported.
The government said the Irazu Volcano also erupted, and ordered
Investigator to determine if it posed any dander.Mnuth cptaof
neighboring Nicaragua, and killed an estimated 10,000 persons, a
NEW EFFORT TO BREAK MID. EAST DEADLOCK
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon and Secretary of State William
P. Rogers made a new effort Friday to break the Middle East deadlock,
arguing that the reopening of the Suez Canal may be the best way leading
"Instead peace is a dream," Nixon told Hafez Ismall, Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's National Security Adviser.
ah smseeng with ismnaldtuookwhlacelst ei raemenacing cdoudl of t

U.S. officials acknowledged they were afraid the incident might scuttle
U.S. plans to bring back to life the dormant issu of peace-making in the
Middle East. There was also serious concern that the incident in which
more than 100 passengers, including one American, have died might put an
ed to the 20-month-old cease-fire in the Suez Canal area.
"BLACK BOX" OF DOWNED LINER STILL MISSING
TEL AVIV (AP) The Miltatry Command Friday denied reports that
cre'black box' of the crashed Libyan airliner had been found and turned
The report (by the correspondent of the London Guardian) said
newsmen had found the 'black box' while picking through the wreckage in

the Dox esortcsrhursalane manoeuvres and conversation aboard the
Theeborx has not hat been located,' the spokesman said. 'We're making

' MEMBERS OF ROYAL FAMILY MAY VISIT RUSSIA
;IMINDON (AP) Prince Philip, husband of Queen Eizrabeth II, and
t~eft daughter, Princess Anne, may visit the Soviet Union in September,
Buckringham Palace said Friday.
equp ace spo eman said either or both could attend the European
"At the moment there is no offical invitation to make a state visit ..
the palace spokesman added. Nevertheles, even an unofficial appearnce at
the European horse riding championships would be a breakthrough. No
mmne eof thenBritish Rohat yroil hvalt d audsosli las ymmr, t
coue twon a European equestrian championship in 1971, the last time
the event was held. A palace spokesman said she would go to Klev to
defend thhe title if she is selected for the British team and if she can find a
'Doublet,' the horse Anne rode to the European title in 1971, went lame
last year, depriving her of a plisco on the British team for the 1972
Olympics. She has yet to find a suitable replacement. The palace said Anne
would not go to Kley as a spectator.
Philip is president of the International Equestrian Federation. If the
Federation has a meeting during the Klev trials, the palace spokesman said,
PhWp will certainly attend.
CALL FOR IMMEDIATE ACQUITTAL
LtOS ANGELES (AP) Attorneys for Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony
Russo asked the Pentagon Papers trial judge Friday to order them
acquitted Immediately, saying the government has not proved that they
committed any crimes.
The motion for judgment of acquittal, which followed virtual
completion of the government case, abo asked the judge to drop all charges
against two unindicted co-conspirators. Legal arguments on the motion
waeresheduled for later in the day.
Listing the IS counts of the Indictment against Plabers and Russo, the
attorneys contended that in each count the government had presented
"insufficient evidence" to prove charges of espionage, conspiracy and
theft. They attacked the. government's classification system which they
said wrongfully placed the marking "top secret" on the Pentagon's study
of the Vietnam war.
U.S. RESUMES BOMBING ATTACKS IN LAOS
WASHINGTON (AP) Less than 24 hours after the formal cease-fre
went into effect in Laos, U.S. B-52s resmed attacks on Communist forces
in that country. The U.S. Pacific Command in Honolulu issued the
statement today, saying the raids came In response to a request by the
Laotlan government. The Command allso said that U.S. planes have hit in
Cambodla at the request of the Cambodlan government.
Ihe Dfelnrs Department said that nine B-52s went Into action after
Laotlan Premier Souvanna Phoum requested the attacks because of
Comamunist truce violations.
The nine B-52 sorties in Laos compere with the U.S. bombing effort in
Leas before the cease-fire of about 380 sorties a day.
The Laotlan Defense Minister claimed the Communists violated the
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LONDON MA) The U.S.
dollar plunped to newd lowsb I
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tradinL after a number of state
a~k mcurrencythe aid of me
The dotu'r plung came amid
insstent reports that the nine

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West European strat banks we
forced to come to the ald of the
dv asu 10 pr taint n atte p"
to halt a monetary crisis that had
sent billions o dollar flooding into
West Germany and Japan.
aAnd witht rsmsnoney mw atr i
sold soared to new peaks in bullion
markets. Copper, silver and other
commoditiesbjampedd artraed
was relatively small, by crisis
standards, but dealers sid cslling
was penrsitent*
commend: Youk ca t rdal m
international money system with a
permanent Friday crisi. Something
has to be done*"
The de lr NxplnD Rhat "no
one wanted to hold dollars over a
weekend," apparently fearing
international monetary measures
t teria mon et n low r'ote
One such measure, widely
forecast in the exchanges, could be
a decision by Common Market
countris sto ore at htfouraen i
dollar. In that event, the European
currencies would be likely to rise in
~diti. a .Chncell of the
Exchequer, AnthonyorBrber, in
clGn AHoua of Commont ond
Italy' N tinl n o h in edat

seel eve ait yuhard to imagine
any other solution to the crisi and
nus said the to hnicahlte of a
Few dealers believed the two
er onrl soto the whd atrti hu
of trading that sent the doll
plummeting on the exchange an
nod lsolg 58 o5 an ounce i
Lnon.
The Dutch central bank was
forced to buy up $24.6 million in a
vain/ Ifutto 2.11 the Hellr off its

presdn I f n hen AmrsteB~k
Rotterdam Bank, told a new
conference the Nethuerlnds may
havet noa taglr f on


we varied tom hrns ah up
about $10 million, a trifling
amount compuard to the $6 blilen
that flooded the country two weeks
ago a tid the excha esr were closed
and t dlu eau.

abo t $1 mh ad kh Be gan
British and French banks were
believed to have bought smimu
amo a nk A rokeh on for the
supported briefly Tuesday, was
flh2od~ tem hfrlr mo hu be
not since then.
o obody ca xpectcr tob eedd
JOINT FLOAT?
But P. Fluckipr, a director of
the Swiss National Bank, told
reporters Switzerland was ready to
jobn a Common Market joint
currncy flot against the dollar*
The dolla plunped to an all-time
axhanne zrerc anhl 3 150 Si
frncs from Thursdaysr closin8
3.2475 francs. But by the close, the
rate had combed back to 3.2450.
in Frankfurt, American money
fell to it floor, the lowest
permitted rate under international
rules, of 2.8350 marks, but had
recovered to 2.87 makrk by the
cldse. And in Pairi the rate
recovered to 4.53 francs after
hitting the floor at 4.5005 francs.
In London the pound fist
Jumped to 32.4950, a rise of more
tthan three cents, and then tell back

fed back u h dor cl Adddbts ka
the metal's price closed in London
at gas an ounce, at sas.as In
Frankhrt, $86b in Zurich
C ppr wise bar j m d to
$i1,2 40, a ton an them Ldoo
metal exchanpe from Thursday's
ts,2s2.ae ston.
Gold and othertcommodities re
a haven fufrigh ened spec artors
rhe nnmoney markets are in a


By C. C. Minicke
esagess and crew acmknb who perished in the crash of a Libyan
ereptors on Friday reached their intended destination, Egypt, in

only 43 were indentifiable. idnfcaon
There was no immediate Foreign newsmen travelled
confirmation of reports from to evacuated, shell-torn

an Tel Avv thth Eyts ha hcs til w is ot cheywr
coffins. military area where the transfer
A later report from Tel Aviv took place.
said that before the actual "Those are boxes, not
turnover, the French embassy coffins," an Egyptian replied,
there had recalled the bodies of referring to the Israelis.
three French crew members of A woman wept.
the plane. The U.S. embassy in NAILS &r Holes
Tel Aviv said the body of one Nails stuck out from the
American passenger, Wladyslaw sides of some of the coffins'
Borysoglebski, 62 of Chicago, Others were not completely
was still in Israel, pending shut and some had holes in tht
arrangements to send it to the tops. All bore numbers. A fest
United States. had complete names, others
SEVEN SURVIVORS partial names and some none at
Libya had reported I13 all, depending on how they hall
persons were aboard the been identified.
doomed Boeing 727 jet. Seven The coffin attracting the
**rvivors were still in an Israeli most attention and emotion
hospital, two in critical was one inscribed "Selwa
condition. It was believed that Male".
fire following the crash totally Selwa Higazi, a popular
consumed the bodies of two Egyptian television announcer
victims. and mother of four, was
The passengers were aboard the plane:
reported to be all citizens of Asked about the word
Arab countries except for two "Male," an ambulance driver
Germans and Borysoglebski, said: "Maybe they don't know.
the American. Five of the nine Some are very much burned."
crew members including the Fourteen Red Crescent
pilot, who died, were French ambulances brought the first
L yional Ara rlinntract to bodiehato shell-pockled Ismailia
A chill wind blew grey.*had been attending services at a
clouds across the sky and nearby Mosque formed an
particles of sand into the air, as impromptu honour guard.
the bodies arrived. Special prayers were said in
The coffins were carried by Egypt urging Arabs and
ambulance to the Cairo city Egyptians to "avenge the
morgue for attempted slaughter" oftheolanevictims.


ISMAILIA, EGYPT (AP)-Pas
artraer shot down by Israei it
ftiugb Wrvodtn COtffns.
,Fheir plane had been on
route to Cairo when it crash
landed in the Sinai Desert east

15a ie oue dfra on

violated Israeli-occupied
territory and defied
instructions to land.
Israel sent the remains across
the Sinal, which it occupies, to
the Canal and they were ferried
across in boats under
supervision of the United
Nations, the International Red
Cross and the Arab Red
Crescent Society,
Egypt's official Middle East
news agency said 104 bodies
were handed over and of these




MIVE TI


PARAMARIDO, SURINAM
D tch ru s, Independ nc ris bel a
talked about in Surinam
TIhe Dutch have gradually given
autonomy to Surinam, which used
cto edcalled hDuc rGulanca It is
South America between French
Guiana and Guyana, the former
British Gulana.

freigl affiabu the doa pol
otherwise run their own affairs.
The presence of a small Dutch
army of 600 men helped to
disciou cent weeks,d enda wr lyp
successful general strike was
accompanied by so me
cla un dtrain d lon 5 tin gs) A

did not reach the point that the
government thought it necessary to
call out the army.
Many Surinamese political
leaders have argued that the Dutch
presence should be continued, to
keep the mixture of Hindus,
Negroes, Indonesians and Chinese
from fight ng among them mente
and call for full independence,
which Is likely to be a major issue
inadhe cam agnt slea g up to

la "rt odt association Ma toh
spo t mas vi the government
"Our association with Holland
has been beneflcial and Surinam has
succeeded In living in peace and is
prog~resinth more rapidly than other
rts tutelageC ofb ranc ar a ndle
England,' said Parliamentarian
Aksel Quintus Boss, professor at
the University of soonm rb pe f
diffem races, rellitaons ad c tioms
Surinam.
Inde endence frno H Ik and b
we want better salaries and more
opportunities for employment,"
said Stanley Middellin, a Black taxl
driver.
Public opinion seems, for the
moment at least, to favour the
present status.
aSurinam,Nas hparlt of he aindo
privileged status with the European
Common Market.


mananin th pae
The major investigations
undertaken by the Commission
remained stalled while the
United States exchanged
charges with the Communist
side, and were turned over by
the United States to the
four-nation International
Commission of Control and
Sup artisionbo I
Ta oy unanimous y
decided during a nearly
five-hour meeting to take over
the two investigations.
Hu ngary and Poland
challenged Canadian
ambassador Michel Gauvin's
authority as Commission
chairman to repoen the





By Robert A. Dobkin
shWASHINGTON (AP)- rU.S.dnage
Halphong harbour, Friday to begin
the tedious job of clearing thousand
of underwater mines from Noiiri
Vipennagmon ofl als said actual
clearing operson sys, obset
Monday.
The helicopter carrier New
Orleans, falaghip of the navy 's mine
countennh aurnr to n rcet 78 chd
the Ogden and Dubuque, dropped
anchor outside the channel

mlem eper ta h dn besn In h
area for the past few weeks clearing
an anchorage 35 miles sroutheast to
prepare for the operation.
Operation Endrswep, Pentagon
code name for the mine-clearing
project, involves 20 to 25 ships,
about 60 especially equipped
helicopters and 5,000 men.
mwath rutcr smi dt eoudmtoayt
destroy or deactivate all underwater
explosives from North Vietnam's
ap r ahes an inipn s tory o
agreement si ndoi carreJad a
mining May 8 la response to North
Vietnam's invasion of the south
U.S. military leaders credited the
mine blockade with effectively
sealing off the North's access to war
mae a l and othou s apples shipped
For more than two weeks
Rear Adm. Brian McCauley, task
force commander, and his sides
amost dallree itgh hthelaioon
VIetnamesehteo plan the operate o.
rely primarily on helicopters fo
ma nledsman Vetr te Wthnsoo g
the water in a back-and-forth
pattern, much like that followed by
most backyard gardeners in mowing
their lawn.
The use of helicopters is a new
approach to minesweeping. The
navy claims that the re is es risk
Ih this mdethd dhatoit is mho a
the old wooden-hulled
minesweeping ships familiar to
World War II salos.
In the past, minesweepers pulled
cables through the water to cut
loose the old fron contact mines
from their moorings. The mines
would float to the surface and 6*
exploded by gunfire.
But the mines sown in North
Vietnamese waterrs re more lethal
and sophisticated, equipped with an
array of special devices to fool
det nion aderapr gannual to
Resembling conventional fron
bombs, each mie rolles on a
variety of sensors for detonation
either by a ship's magnetic field*
the noise given off by Its turbines
and screws, the presure of Its
displacement In the water or ny
combination of thee.
The navy's latest mine
countermeasure sear i the mark
10S hydrofoll turbine-poweed
magnetic sweep lide.
Towed by the helicopters at
about 25 knots and trading two
buoyant magnetic conductor
cables, the turbine produces
electricity from a generator on
board. From the helicopter, the
pi*o -a rl----t --- ti
signatures of various ships. When
the electrical circuit between the
cables is completed the electrical


investigation into the shooting
down of an American
helicopter a week ago. But
after some debate it was
decided that the probe would
be pursued.
The military commission
fared no better on the issue of
Vietnamese civilian detaineeA
of the Saigon government and
the Communist side and there
was no substantial ar~eement
on any point.
Brig. Gen. John. A.
Wickham Jr., the deputy chief
U.S. delegate to the Military
Commission, informed the
chiefs of thep North Vietnamese
and Viet Cong delegations that
one of the five injured
crewmen, Spec. 5 James L.
Scroggins, 25, of Mulberry
Grove, Ill., had died in an
Okinawa hospital Friday from
burns suffered in the: flam n
helicopter crash Feb. 16. iS
"The U.S. delegation takes a
serious view of the shooting
down of an unarmed helicopter
transporting supplies and
eupment n support of th

office in An Loc he
declare red,
STONY REACTION
U.S. sources close to the
Commission said Wickham's

rec i" frdm theatwo se o
Communist delegates, Lt. Gen.
Tran Van Tra, for the Viet
Cong, and Maj. Gen. Le Qu 8g
Hoa for North Vietnam.
U.S. sources said Tra at one
point apparently made a slip of
the tonge telling Wickham
that the C47 hel copter had
encroached on Viet Cong
terioy.g
Wickham shot b skd that


Goknng ordes chot tow Vhe
helicopter, as has been charged)
by the United States. The U.
sources said Tra did nt
respond.
The International
Commission of Control and
Supervision also agreed to take
OVer an investigation of
sustained fighting along the

po eta My iC ot at port o
Sa Huynh, which has changed
hands twice since the cease-fire
Jan. 28 and is now report@ a
under the control of the Saigon
government. The United States
said that North Vietnamese
and Viet Cong delegates stalled
for 48 hours and failed to join
the American and South
Vietnamese representatives m
an on-the-spot investigation.
Woodward dispatched a
letter to the North Vietnamese
and Viet Cong delegations
rejecting claims by the
Communist delegations that
th ey were prepared to
interview witnesses in the
helicopter incident Friday.
U.S. sources said CWO2
Steven Myers, of South Fork,
Pa., the helicopter commander,
waited all day to be
interviewed, but the
Communist side stalled for the
second time in three days and
the interview was called off.
Myrsn then left for the United
States to join his pre nant
wife. He was the last of the five
injured crewmen to leave
Vietnam.


NEW YORK (AP).-Cutioned by
the Pentagon to omit detalse that
mlish mean harm for those stUil


held captive, American ptrioersr of
war held a series o news
conferences Friday to discuss their
newly equired frerdom nd, to
some deg, their lives in prison.
"We do't want to say anything
that mglht icprdise the further
reeae f said Alt LL Cot
Carlyle S. nHe at Maxwell All
Force baen hospital in Alabama,
one of sven hospitals ross the
country .whee returnees were to
nswrr newmetn's quetlons.
"The anwers will come out in

Efu~ ,1n ,vh I i; i

VIm information about life as a
Viet Cong prisoner was Provided bY
Army Sat. Ken Wahlingtord, 24, of
.Au smen etbole hrm a ld ca
Ce.""' i". .eAntonlo ute An
qustitons be asked that might
endanger men still held i h
""Ahngf rd, ca tured April 7,
overrr the c1ty of Leo Plh i
he me bp dIn a enn- 14* cage
folot chain" Iocked to al ulbk.
He said he had thru maeal a day
asirmr asethi ad Iulit. His
1rrption was similar to that of


not mistnreted or threatened. "I
was thankful to be allw," he said.


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By George Espcr
SAIGON (AP)-The United States tod3 North Vietnam and the
Viet Congl on Friday they must bear lull reponsiblity for the
fiue the four-party Joint Military Commission 18


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Nmyurm Ama~rfti Jwana In Vama Mncism
BM~t Board To werr To kl~ ogmawOf1 NoM..
LeON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubdoaer/Bditor 1 903. 19/4l
SIR ET~IENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., LC~.LG., D.Litt.. LL.D.
P~~hrBer/E~ditor1917.1972
CbrrmC atr~y dearI19m
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.SBc., b.A,lLJ.B.,
~CIIMlfuaer/Bater7-
Published Daily Mionday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N3207, Nassau, Barhamas,
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 24532, 2-2260
General Offices(IS Extensions) 21986
Advertising 2.1986, 2-2768

Saturday, FebrurKy 4, 1973.


I ,I


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
fThis is the fifth article in a series I am writing on the
aU-important question: What Is Enough? Where lies wea~lth?
Where is happiness to be found? They tell about 1(fe with my
mother and are a continuation of three stories I wrote on thk
asbject last September.)
I will round off these articles about my mother by telling you
two stories of life in the Out Islands in the early years of this
century' when the Bahamas had a "fishing village economy" .... a
return to which has been urged by at least two members of
Goovernment.
e*+********
As I told you in the September series, my grandmother on my
mother's side came from Andros. She was a Dames. I never knew
her, nor have I ever met any possible relatives at Andros. I was
too young when my mother died to have made contacts in
Andros. And somehow they have never come into my life.
When my three eldest children were very young I sent them to
Inagua for a vacation with the Erickson family.
They came back home all excited. On the way back to Nassau
on the A~llsda they met a dignified old lady from Andros who
t~old them she was a relative of mine. 'Ohey liked her. They
seemed pleased to have found a nice new relative.
SOn another occasion a man from Andtro came to my office.
ie was accompanied by his wife. They had a land problem and
seeded help. I had no idea who they were but I helped them, as I
'Zo for anyone who come my way. They were apparently pleased
tthe time and trouble I took to work out their problem for

SBefore they left the oman took me aside to teB me that I had
a old relative in Andros who had wide stretches of land in that
islandd and in the western part of New Providence.
:="She la very old now," she said. "She has always said that her
:and was for 'Frizzle's' dilldren." Frizzle was my mother's
;goname. "Yeatted bettervisitfhe~roon,?sladdiibtipcf." :
9 told her thati I et, it weatld-bC tpe sufpir r ne to try to 1;ri
per land at that stage. I felt that the land should go to the
tfelatives who had taken care of her in her old age.
SBut I was curious and so, when Arthur Barnett was appointed
Commissioner at Andros, I asked him to look up this woman and
lend me a report. Whether she was still alive at that time or not I
Ever knew because Mr. Barnett never wrote to me and I have
lever again asked him about it. He probably forgot. Certainly she
nust be long dead by now.
I +e+++*1*
SAnyway, my grandmother left my mother 50 acres of beautiful
beach land at Kemp's Bay.
SEvery year my mother took us on a trip to an Out Island. She
wasn't afraid of travel in the smelly small sloops that then
provided the only communication between the islands. I look
Sack on those days of inter-island travel and marvel at the speed
;Dd comfort with which people travel in the islands today.
SOne summer she took us to her place at Andros. I must have
ean between four and five years old then because my mother
was still nursing my baby sister and I was four years her senior'

There was a well built two-room thatched house on the







ir e dty hth oaun stl t rasnakehd cfff at anras as al m
My mosthr whow the only anre d ul in thgeaea roup sat Poidn te.
Tkin cepehair at the dor nursingt the bay ecaue her didn't
;;ant toa expoe the child tmol th nih alr". ofteOtIld a
mA small Andro bo hd bckng chir ed e bmyothert dol thees
omtres arondt the houe. c on't me mbrweew l lp.I
all that on the bby and I werearayale on tebi e witht mmoher.I
agpos theothers ....u a Inldn h ndro bunldwot .... mdie itd on m
#dswe o int sihe floor KItewoeBadwspral n

My mo rither dpathedy thre boye to thaed vilgto frtch thelp t
tosnr me that hue he was goehurshen the sound of tramping t
ftidincarying. bu raring torcthes andsigngmceesboe
TheMy sercedther whouwse th orogly wdlti th gout, finin anything
ckeyg warejs abot to eae when one of the men saw tse he head t
oLn th e nake ...wthe fiercely lashing tongue ... rtu gfo

tcae thatcthe inab conr of the berom. th i e ihm oh
Heppuled ith outes.. ichppdin oftshead, and bure it. mat ith o

fM ont dor. Ths wase saidt beyt ah warnnge to frihen the naelp I
I~m dinto s tha e wsak aond soups to that point, o thi a reat

Bu~t som eating thappene the nrext dythat terriofled m. It was
rbEnarlying th mrning another lanrge nak tatd iing thhee oe

:This mst rhae be the mauwtinoghl wtimof th yearin because aft
that night just about ever leaf you turned up ih n searche ofcabs
r~evad twoc i cozilyo ntwied snaeso.
AH nileei of ymthe's whope is itil haliv, was wuidithu at th
A~n doro. Sher got exitd .. rbbed a wamnachte fr~tnomthe round s


...an ut smthe ba nakpeine thalf. dy httrrfe e.I a


Both halves of the snake went running away ... the head with
eyes bulging and mouth opening and shutting convulsively ... the
tail running aimlessly as though it was on a blind date.
r*********
Seeing two halves of a snake running terrified me. It gave me
an unreasonable fear of snaktes that haunted me for most of my




sieeme toi paralyshey sens cales e Tisnnoe m e biecas Iht
bengafrai of anth rling. oehmds i oemgtb


sifiut tahndebt oc rso v r aopis I nke o B th
islnd. S ter trtril nothn t eu rmr aaassae
When woe frt bnouig ht ti ourlad mat C eamperdown ... hand befo
wenc buith a house. there .... I usd o rve mye be afamiyou to the.
prpety in the di afternoon to ge ht awa forom then pessure o. ith
One atron eied to gorywm to~r thi noed bac ofcs my popert
alone t asrl wh ant it okdlkdletm iead hlrno h

to lhook for me. Stql foundi me standng out the opegn like ao
pill yof crn twrcoe-t eiv tst etu nmn a
Aui cetinfy sk hd ittiseoredi f'ron ofyfo. aetiid
I couln't mhie fro cthbe spoft. She tookd me bthue hand andledt

I realie tha dave ttha .... Ifnr Ir was ong tou ivetions Bth bush at
Camperdow .... Ihne woul have to lhea to accept snakes as a partd
of he wenvironet.buh u ada apedw ..adbfr
Ie duid lam A usne as oere ..Iue te rtifes me. Onei oftt thesedy
ampet oing to ic u a age. Thao t dway will b the greatuesto itory
t .pwn.o
The tale tell in hf eideda ar man to impessac on my readersy
hlowe happ pepee whrti okdi en lethey arfe a cnt dent with sal
things.p It isr' really t the asall tingsthatenr la mnsmeoy




L oven' is eouh thoug the wporld be a-waninghehad ndl

SrAnizd th t wody thave no. voo Iu the voie tof compaining.us a
Camperdown ~ ~ ~ WILLIA wu hv la t ce M OksasapRR


~L_ - -~' --- I-L


H. W. llROWN '

February 23, 1973.
Dear Mr. Primre Minister,

jtoo late we glve thanks to God

sohr chans for the oh l
of the Bahamasu and that
smity,fc~ M m and M
common erarse wil give hope
to tbEhe Instor and th

In 1968 a reart Anarican
said :to nrs "ASmcmerin ~have
twetyst has ed aliion dollar

ne oument unrea~lrtic

You will tCical that in July
1968, I passed a hotel to you in
the G~rantt Towan otel with

imm gaton policy will dry
the economy of thte Blahamas".
It has done jiut thit.
Investors would spend
millions of dollars here; but no
one wants to be btrated ike
Sawyrer, the Canadian investor
who did tremeadous good for
the peopl of Acklans and
Crookced Island. The Canadian
Pbres and the world patiently
await restitution. We hawe not
entirely lost our sous.
Inwastors have asid to me,
"How dan we help the
Bahamas, we are not allowed
to bring a sufficient number of
skilled workers to train

Not to g ago a man who
owns a textile factory is alleed
to have said "I put my
proposition to the
Immigration, tiny told me to
leave hotse." Tfhousands of on
people are the suffeters and
our chidan will soon h
coming by the thousan@bb out
of schoottwith nothing to do.

Bspsi the w ld; ab ts
are aroused they foret
themselves. ~
Mr. P. R. the ~cpole are
dependingL on yort It ,us
redeem this lovely country.
There are too many
followf-Bahamians and
expatriates who had lost hope
and left bete. I would have
been one of them; but Iam
too toor, I haw to stay and
Your tecent decision on
Immigration tas made youi ten
feet tall in the eyes of the
world. It is the test thing that
could have happened at the


daype of Independence. Faith
lerals rand hope leaps.
la closingM let me tell you of
a good ctitizn in tears who
came to oiur church with two
mrnegzines with pictures of
aude women and sex taken
bo mglittle ty booo sad
Ponography is a threat to our
Go t met wHl tta t str ng
measures to ban these books
and the terrible pictures shown

faithfully yours,
H. W. BROWN.



PRAISES

DUPUCH Q.C.

These few lines arehnot bein

philosophy of, "you scratch
my back I rub your belly".
Matter of fact, I had hoped
that someone else would have
done the necessary.
bMconE ugnlet Duch should
for an outstand ing
contribution to the
Independence Discourse. It
might as well be me, I suppose.
The Bahamas has no
doubt produced men of greater
singular talent than Mr.
D~upuch. But I have not crossed
paths with any Bahamian
whose composite gifts exceed
sthe nxust combination
Tamarind Garth,
Outstanding lawyer, skilled
statesman, hilarious raconteur ,,
gifted journalist and an
altogether erudite and
charming companion filled
with perspicacity and the
tolerance to suffer gladly those
of lesser mettle.
His reent analysis is far and
aaM lheborust dssection o the
politics, off which so many r
enjoyably feasting.
A word of approbation;
Talent is a highly restricted
commodity allotted sparingly
to a privileged few. Those who
have something so worthwhile
tooffor the public are cheating

their light under the
proverbial. I hope Mr. Dupuch
will get the inspiration to
immediately resurrect Smokey
Joe. He was a much more
c6lourfrul character to us than
Harry the Horse.
NORMAN S. SOLOMON, M.P.
February 17, 1973.


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At approximnately 8: 15 p.mn. on Thulrsday the 15th !;ebruary,
19)73, two mnaSked gu~nmenC enteredi the home of Mr. anid Mrs. R.
F. Spencer situate at Albacore Drive, Lucaya, Freeport, and
forcibly took awaiy their daughter Andrea, aged 4V/2 years. Mr-
andi Mrs. Spencer were subsequently informecd by telephone
thiat they would have to pay the sum of $250,000.00) fo~r the
return of their daughter.
After a number of telephone calls from an unidentified male
voice or voices. Mr. Spencer was instructed to deposit the sum
of $250,000.00 at a location near Freeport C'ity.


The District Manager, The Royal Bank of Catnada, Nassau,
Bahamas. offers a reward of $10,000.00 for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of any or all persons involved in the
kidnapping described above


Anyone having such information should contact Thle Roy~l
Bahamas Police Force at Freeport (Telephlone Nos. 2-9)774/5,
2-8333 (or Nassau
Telephone Nos. 2-2561/2,
( 2-3049, 2-231 1 and
2-3335.)


In the event that information leading to the arrest and
conviction of any such person or persons as above is provided
by more than one person, the Bank reserves the right to share
the reward in such proportions as it thiinks fit.


Dated the 21s Fruary, 1( 3

THE~ ROYAL BANK O)F CANADA


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elected to BHRA
MISS SANDRA DEAN, psychiatric social worker, lanow the
first woman prealdent of the Bahamas Menta H~ealth Association.
Already president of the Caribbean Federraton for Socist
Workers, Miss Dean follows in the footeteps of Bishop Bernad
Markham, first preadent of the Bahamas Mental ~ealth
Association from 1966 to 1968, the Hon. Kendal Isaacs rad Dr*


have held office for two years


#AnS ECAEGAL

or sese,OOO
WI'TH SIX weeks of active
solicitation still remaining,
Project: Bahamas, the Roman
Catholic Diocesan Stewardship
Programme reached a pledge


total of $ 567,J32. The Timothy MlcCartney, aHof whom
minimum goal was $650,000. running.
This pledge total, as reported Otrofirslceddin
by the campaign office, isthrcntaul erl
based upon reports received meigo h soito

FIetn ga rh surrserop at h
hav te Nwore srovi c h ar dfo Tetli J n ne Rh n,
Proect: Bahamas and hav Phili Care tyGi Scaunders,
irndcate hata during the rewl na D.El niea
cas rmpaigning all en erge ol d eoeteelcino h
be dreced t war achevig a new offcr, sereports of the
Comax inumgo of 80 v ee omteso the reut
finacia hep troug Prjec: asocation weretan r eao tlinng
Co atholBicseri ea Len wee:
The~ ~ ~ ~~n Dicsndb il lob .*Te preidet' report on
reducedt sad the pldgs are Thmutraalspcofur
results t-date: ieologies. and the differnce
apreia v aP OV DE DGraEf GOA a ay cltuo c k u
ur Ldscomuncitywrpointwsho mcade i
,h repeo h Doeeoetiring prsienato afte two
St.e wranci 80,946d 75,oo er nta ofc n o
St. Josephs 68,780 5,000 nd h alf year of nvlvment
Srjet. Thom mas a h
More s ieeoslys 31oo t Pip art y, als l zaned t
rGRANDe BAHAM greatp tkaed fr. us n
idct tat 1 12Morgaisingand ostin the
de Pau 23.8o 2o~o o Teaue r's an and Fund
GReAiND BAHAMA Rasn omttesRpr:
ENTERAigINES Ml e ErgETINGu Ieoen sktres ele hisn o h
THE GietdtwRAD Bahamvna rep ortieds highlits of theFud
Enraxinersoa Asocito will00 Rasing Committee. ofThes
hold a pecial eneral eeting inclde the response in the
onnca Tuesday ebrual ry 27, t: 2 form o ou triht contibutions
pahm.s at e irthe rs Den o the toin th ascitonamutig
Oceanusl Nhort syotel. tn om approximately $4,00 ahs
wella o h et oSoad
etthe raffle whic willal together
The iocsandeb wil alo b "net a totacal o approimtel o u
redued a thepledes ae producer of tnhe ifortnightl o

1h kidowney, ai h rrs ebrin of 26 programes during
results o-datvandaoloiesma toe drus.Uner the i
NEW PHOIchairmanshpo Gutuail Sackundes,
PI.DGEGOA haelsicited much audience
)(itanresponsed and feebak.Taes
ofsolt these9 seie, s el s hoe
Holy ~ ~ ~ ~ b 18iy 3,4 900ogschools andh Police
OurLryh 2.60 5.00Commuittee: Seatr
St. nsel's 3,47 1 Tertullie~arne's report escrbd
st.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o this' committee is0 getting prsdn fe
Sdow tocli' the0 eveydy tskof
St. ~ranis 8.94 75.00puttsing wtordsinto acind and
mean of shoolage


... heads BMHA
one year.
a The Public Relations
Committee: A after the
Designation of liD na
Nathanials took over the work
of this committee and read the

pmpo tant e.R. e ents ofmth
year were the Mental Health
Wheefrst bdulle in, mb e noibl
by Finco.
The Family Life
Commitltee:tMiss SandraFDean
repot ta a amily
I'lanneing cliti i aou metoab:
Survey of Day Care Centres
has been completed, among the
many other activities of this
busy group.
C mtTheelCnonferen e
outlined the achievements of
the committee so far, including
the selection of conference
sites main speakers, hotels and

InOe U. TO SIGN
LIVESTOCK CONTRACTS
AGRICULTURE and
Fisheries Minister R. F.
Anthony Roberts ,
accompanied by Health
Minister Loftus Roker will
leave Nassau this weekend for
the United States where they
will sign contracts relating to
the livestock development at
North Andros.
A contract will be signed
with Pennsylvania State
University at University Park,
Penn., for professional services
in scientific work. The contract
will also call for the training of
Bahamians at the university.
The ministers will then
travel to Waco, Texas where
they will sign contracts with
Western Institute for
equipment, supplies and
ma hler atsWc they will sign
agreements with Texas State
Technical Instute for the
training of junior staff for the
project.
TO DISCUSS ROAD
TRAFFIC SAFETY


WE REGRET THE INCONVENIENCE.


CEiNTR AL GOSPEL CHAPEL
CHRISTIE & DOWDESWELL STS.


GUEST SPEAKER: MR. DAVID CLIFFORD,
Principal of Commonwealth Bible College, Nassau.

Mr. Clifford will be giving the final messages on the Acts
of the Apostles, in the series of twelve during the month
of February as f oilows:-


SUNDAY, February 25 11:15 a.m.
"SUCCESSFUL CHURCHES"
SUNDAY, February 25 7:00 Dm
"SAUL'S CONVERSION~J


CONCERNED about the
high incidence of traffic
accidents, the Bahamas Mental
Health Association has decided
to discuss the subject "Be alive
to others on the road" during

Mody at p.m.


War Srthunt


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DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a husband who
coasts tly complains that he? doesn't get enough loving, but
whn .dls wife lets him know she's in the mood, he turns
her down to watch a football game.
Should I take it lying down (excuse the pun], or should
I go out and find myself another man? ON THE VERGE
DEAR VERGE: Obviously there is nothing to ta e-
lylag down or otherwise. Next time he complains, kick him
in the end none!

DEAR ABBY: The other day my wife asked me if I
minded if she went to a night club with some girls. [The
night club is a respectable place.)
I asked her who "the girls" were, and she told me that
one was a single co-worker who was entertaining her sister
from out of town, and the other was a married woman cwho
is known in every motel in town as "Mrs. John Smith.',
I tcld my wife I didn't mind her going out, but I did not
think it would be good for her reputation to be seen In the
company of this "Mrs. John Smith." My wife admitted the
wroman's reputation was not the best, but she said she was
a "lot of fun, good company," etc., and then started quot-
ing the Scriptures. [She's pretty good at that.l So I heard
all about how Jesus cavorted with thieves and passtitutes,
forgave seven times seven, and about judging not lest ye be







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HOIISE FOll DALE OR LO#Qt LE~E


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 o~f 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. Owni rainwater tank.
For sale at $65,000.00 fully furnished or for
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Large c ty p~roperty c~omtprising I acre of land with
ex its on th ree st reets.

CONTAINING:-
1 two-storey Colonial stvie 10-loom stone house
beautifully f urnished.
1 wooden cottage containing 2 furnished 1-bedroom
aprter tets (rented).
1 separate stone, furnished ef ficiency apartment (rented).
1 newliv renovated stone warehouse.
1 very large wooden warehouse.
GROUNDS COMPLETELY LANDSCAPED
A portion of this property has been surveyed & approved as
a car park for 39 cars. Also, a wholesale liquor licence is
now In ef fect f or the warehouse.
This property Is on Virginia St., one block from town
rndt ,n pr mke fom b. Suitabire pfor a bank, shopping

This Is the last piece of property this size, within city limits,
for sale.
Price on request. Contact Jack Christofilis
Phone 2-2421 --anytime!
or Write to: P.O. Box N-454, Nassau Bahamas


ENTRIES FOR KIWANIS
HORTICU LTURAL FAI R
The Kiw nis Club of Fort
Montagel will hold its fifth
annual Horticulture and
Agriculture Fair at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre March
24-25.
wi abers oos ter public
cncomnpetitior for p-,zes in
agriculture and horticulture.
artS dnd crafts and home
cc tery, may pick up entry
forms at John S. G~eorge & C'o.,
..Palmdale Plaza; Pinders
SNursery, Bernard Road, Fox
C~E~~ t ~ ..: Hill; Modernistic Gardens &
zetSu pliee sk Maira S ppng
D AvalableBay Street
at All entries must be turned in
your
favourite a lhee td th Kpl n lileudb o

a od tors A Fort Montagu, P. O. Box
N4748, not later than March
1'6.









HVMBRALD SWACH CABANEA CLUB


1. Use of our Pool and 1-3 mile of Beach (Complimentary)
2. Mats, Towels and L~ounge Chairs (Comnplimentary)
3. Four C'hampionship Tennis Courts Night Tennis
( Com pli ment ary I
4. His and Hlers Sauna Baths c(Complimentary>
5. Putting G;reen c(Complimetntary)
6. 10 p c. off Weddings. Banquets and Meetings held at the
Resort
7. Additisonald (rkli parties hd throughout the year

9. 10r p.c. off all special parties and group dinners
10. Managers ( omplimnentary Recception, WSed. 6:45~pm -
7:30~pm
11. Jumbala Torch Light Steak C`ook out rWed.)
12. Thursday. Champagne D~ance lipm -- Fore N' Aft L~ounge
I13. International Huffet Hibascus D~ining! Room
M5 Sund Ioe ofu uM o like Bridge (lub nicets every Tuesday and Friday at 8:00pm
in the Blird Cage

PLEASE CALL MANAGER'S OFFICE; 78001
FOR FURTHER IN FORMATION


If there s nothing


to taKe, GlSH It out

Ended the discussion by saying she could go if she
wanted to, but I thought she had a duty to her husband and
children to keep her reputation free from scandal. Was I
wrong? HER HUSBAND
DEAR HUSBAND: No. But you missed an opportualty
to quote a bit of Scripture yourself: "Abstain from all
appearance of evil." [New Testament, I 'Haessalonians,
5:22. 1

DEAR ABBY: Please don't think I'm crazy, but I have
a problem I haven't been able to conquer for five years.
My husband will not kiss me! He kisses our kids, but not
me. We kissed before we were married, but since then he
won't kiss me at all.
I am not ugly and I use plenty of mouthwash so I don't
have bad breath. I used to be a good kisser, but I am
getting out of practice. I have cried, begged, and tried to
reason with him but nothing helps. Believe it or not, we
have a good marriage and a good sex life, but no kisses.
We are both 25 and I hate to think of the years ahead
without a kiss. Can you help me? This is no put-on. I am
dead serious. MRS. KISSLEBSS
DEAR KISSLESS: Ever heard of a fixationt Well, it
appears that your husband has developed one about kissing.
But don't despair. It can be fixed by a fixer-upper of
fixartions. So get your kissaphoble matle to a head doctor
and head off a kissless future. [Marriages have been kissed
off for less.)

DEAR ABBY: I am a girl and I've always wanted to
play the drums. My big brother plays the drums and I
figured that since he has a set, my folks wouldn't have to
buy one for me. [He's away at college.]
Well, I asked my mother and she said no. Afterwards I
found out that my mother talked it over with my brother
and he said it wasn't very "feminine" for a girl to play the
drumns. I'm not one of those big Women's Lib girls. I just
want to play the drums. What do you think?
LIKES THE~ DRUMS
DEAR LIKES: I think your brother ought to be
ashamed of himself. If he's a musician worth a drumstick,
he knows there is nothing unfeminine about playing the
drums. He probably just doesn't want his kid sister mes>
ing with his drums while he's away.

CONFIDENTIAL TO ELSIE ON NORTH MICHIGAN
AVENUE: When you pick a lemon, make a lemonade!


By The Associated Press
TODAY IS SATURDAY,,
F-ebruary 24th, the 55th day o~f
1973. There are 310 days left in the
year.
HI~llW.HT(; 17S in history on this
date:
1972 North Vietnamese and
Viet Cotng walk out of the peace
talks to protest U.S. bombings and
other "extremely serious acts of
war." After 24 hours of discussion
with Premier Chou E~n Lai during
visit to C'hina, President Nixo~n is
rpt rted amhingh at full diplomatic
1971 Algeria announces it is
seicing a controlling interest in all
I `rench oil companies in Algeria.
1967 Violent wind storms
swept Northern Europe. killing 40.
1962 At least 25 persons, most
ofr them Moslems, are slain during
terrorist outbreak in Algiers.
Tre550l Turkey and Iraw sign
1953 F~oreign ministers of
< rpen me ei Te community
Pr1s 6n of a~ntPleron is elected
I945 -Ahmed Pasha, Premier of
EgOypt, is assassinated after
announcing Egypt's declaration of
war against G;ermany; U.S. troops
lieate there Pif pine capituditior
during World War Two.
1943 German forces under
general Sixt von Arnim withdraw
fro~m Kasfserine pass.
1942 U.S. task force raids
Waike Islands in the Pacific.
ade 33 Lyteague Rf rNatio~nx
Manchuria, despite its rejection by
Jap9 2 -- Henri Landru, the
noltorious Flrnchman known as
"lIluebeaird"' is executed at
Verssailes, I rance, for murdering
ten lady friends.

Pralma. inGemay


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- Methodist Church is comprised of approximately
* 550 students with a staff of 25 teachers. It
provides tuition at the Primary stage for both
Infant and Junior Departments and in addition
SJunior High School Education up to the age of 14
years.
Applications are invited from teachers with
suitable qualifications and experience for
appointment as:

DEPUTY HEADMASTE R
with effect from the Ist. September I973.
Appointments will be for a contract period of
three years in the first instance.
Letters of Application giving full details of Person,
Professional Qualification and Experience
accompanied by two recent testimonials and the
names and addresses of two persons to whom
reference can be made, should be addressed to the
Rev. Eric Clarke, Superin~tendent, Methodist
Church, Grand Bahama Circuit, P. O. Bo x F2 1,
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas so as to arrive
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ad.'7tel in a taxi.
The movie also traces the
rehleatio sip of two men,t trm
and the violent adult climax
which stems from a final
devotion to each other.
Begins Wednesday through
Friday, "The Mdercenary,"'
plus "The Limit," matinee.
continuous from 2Z p.m.,
evening & 30e Suggested for
discretion'isadvised.


Saturday night 8:30 p.m.
through Wednesday, "Trinity
mIsh s ,19 y amen," plu rh C
Wedne sd ay mat in ee
continuous from 1:30 p.m., a
evening 8:30. Plus late
feature Tuesday night, -
,1 DeSan. Martin stars-- as
super-spy Matt Helm 'in
Irving Allen's "The?
Ambushers," which co-stars 1 I
Senta Berger, Janice Rule,
James Gregory and Beverly
Adams.


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NOW SHOWING through
Tuesday "Black Cae ugh
plus "Tower of Evil" Sundays
showings continuous from 5
p.m. Monday and Tuesday
anatinee continuous from 2
astne 140 in dus rm 2
p.m., evening 8:30.
With one of the most
exciting, spine-tinglmng chases
ever filmed on Manhattan's
crie etdr:.am a o fC urs ona
of the best screen-plays written
by James Brown.
Starring Fred Williamson,
the film tells the story of a
black underworld chieftain
who threatens the mule of top
E~ast Coast mob leaders. The
sequence follows Williamson as
he is pursued by hired gunmen
through the streets on foot


MOB MONAniCae-FtedWla lm
"Black Claesr," American Inter
national's hard hitting new
screen shockter opening. D'Ur-
ville Martin, Julhus W. Harris,
Don Pedro Colley, Gloria Hen'
nnIAr~t aud re A arraen
honors with Wiliaimson in the
Film which relates the rise of an
underworld chief from the
street of black Harlem to the
top ranks of the mob o~raniza-
a sn. nme etrr l In Bdr
Caesar" was written, produced
and directed by Larry Cohen.
catch three cop-killing black
robbers of crime syndicate's
liarlem numbers take, Yaphet
Kotto.
The movie bears on the
consequences of an underworld
gang who steals $300,000 from
the mob ... in other words,
they commit suicide.
Of things to come expected
to be featured at the Shirley
St. Theatre next week is the
Paramount Pictures rendition
of LADY SINGS THE BLUES.
This movie is based on the real
life story of former blues singer
Billie Holiday and stars Diana
Ross as "Lady Day."

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Directed by
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Screenplay by
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~Starring Brock Peters and Leslie Uggams as Netta
~Special guest Ruby Dee Also starring Peggy Pettitt
SUGGESTED FOR MA TURE AUIDIENCES.
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8: 15 will be sold on
first come, Mirst srved basis.


invites arpplicartions for the position of


Applicants should already possess a Bachelors degree in a biological or a
chemical science and ideally have rsevra years commercial experience.
Applications will alo be welomed, however, from student presently
working towards a degree in one of thee surbjects.

The successful candidate will attend ar post graduate ~curse in brewing
solnce followed by practical experience in an estarblished brewery.


Applicants must write rsttinl briefly their qualifications to:-


Mr. Bernard Godwin
Personnel &~ Training Director
P. O. Be? N1019
Nassau, Bahamas


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NOW SHOWING through
Thursday, BLACK GIRL
matinees at 3 and 5 p.m.,
eening 8:30 ibo one under
Being hailed by some
critics as the best black film
thus far, BLACK GIRL, which
stars Brock Peters, Leslie
Lon ms Stubs,u Pggy Pe~tt%
and Gloria Edwards, succeeds
on its own merits as a dramatic
work without resorting to
violence, sex, or overly
Tex sivdeulangu of two black
girls ... one filled with
toughness and anger, the other
filled with softness and hope ..
focuses on thesthec of this
actor Ossie Davis
It is the powerful story of a
young girl seeking to break out
of a family which is holding
her down. The relationships of
the women is relevant to all
people, black and white.
The movie itself shows the
turbulence of a black
house ol d and theit
frustrations in attempting to
overcome their would-be
disasters.
Based on the book written
by Miss J. E. Franklin, the film
is entertaining as the highly
acclaimed off-Broadway play.
The movie, opening last
week, is being held over by
popular demand.
Starts Friday, "ACROSS
"0~th. STREET" matinees at
3 and 5 p.m., evening 8:30 .
No one under 17 will be
admitted.
Across I10th Street, the
action drama starring Anthony
Quinn; Yaphet Kotto and
Anthony Francosia, was shot
mostly in Harlem. Based on
Wally Ferris' novel by that
name, the film was directed by
Barry Shear and depicts the life
of the underworld in black
Harlem.
Filming actually took place
at I 10th Street, (naturally),
and Lenox Avenue, the state
building in Harlem and at
llh Stree hand lM dso
included Central Park's Tavern
On-The-Green, Washington
Heights and the 10th police
precint on West 20th Street.
:J Qulan and0 -Shear beeeme
executive producers, Fouad
Said, the dynamic inventor and
head of Cinemobile Systems,
Inc., and for the role of
Lieutenant Pope the black
detective allied with Quinn to


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STAR PL.AZA\


CIAMOPION'S SALE FR124 -M All


WITH EVERY PURCHASE YOU WILL BE GIVEN A
SALES TICKET YOU CAN WIN (1st. prize) A
ROUND TRIP TICKET TO LUXEMBOURG (2nd.
prize) $120 IN MERCHANDISE



THPE WARW~DROBIE


"THE HOME OF CHAMPIONS"

OPEN DAILY L.TL 8PlM.


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gives all of us freedom of choice.


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$1 .00
~88 $11 0
$41-94Hide $31.75 & 19.99
$+@*OR $13.00
$N6 $8.5o
$46-60 $13.00
$NWO& $10.00
$4444 $7.00
$95thirts~ $21.00 & 19
$+@-s $9.99
$8576 $9.75
440&8 $1.00
ga&Qg $13.00
$268 60 18.75
$43&Q $33.00


Bowling Shoes
Adda Cidren's Track Suits
Leather Basketballs
Adidas Rugby Balls
Jackets
Adidas Basketball Shoes
Boys' Soccer Shoes
Cardigals
Adidas Soccer Balls
Dart Game Sets
Table Tennis Sets
Boys' Vests
Track Shoes
First Baseman's Mitts
Catcher's Mitts


DEPARTMENT FOR


A COMPLETE CLOTHING
BOYS.


A COMPLETE SHOE DEPARTMENT FOR MEN.


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PHONE 2-1862


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Technicians



We have interesting career opportunities leading
to management positions for young men with
education and practical experience mn
communications and related fields. If you are
interested in expanding your knowledge, enjoy a
challenge and are a self motivator, contact us
today.
Grand Bahama Telephone Company, Ltd., P. O.
Box F"-2478, 2C, Kipling Building, Freeport.
Phone: 352-9352




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TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT STOVE AND REFRIGERATOR
FOR OUR BRAND NEW ONES.
Apartment size Gas Stove and Refrigerator, including
jagg llirrg and Gas -

For Only agg00. OWN PAYMENT

"Trade In Ac~cepted Towards
Down Payments"

OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.



Dowdeswell Street Tel. 2-8012
P.O. Box 6104 E.S., Nassau, Bahamas.
FORMALLY BESCO BUILDING-
OPPOSITE GENERAL EQUIPMENT
"We Pay Cash For Used Furniture & Appliances"


BaTelCo invites building contractors to submit tenders for the
construction of a single storey Central Office Building (Approximately
1,500 sq.ft.) at Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera.

Copies of contract documents including drawings and specifications
may be collected from the Engineering and Planning Office, Chase
Manhattan Building, Oakes Field, Nassau, or Station Manager,
Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera.

Sealed tenders or written inability to tender should be sent to the
General Manager, BaTelCo, P. O. Box N-3048, Nassau, so as to arrive no
later than March 7, 1973.


AUTOMOBIlI~ IlIE Ml6







in II IIW S llJARICA




THE POSITION ... to manage the overall repair operations of a
prominent Kingston garage.
... will be required to supervise the entire staff and
overcome existing problems including workshop loading control.
... will involve the institution of well planned training
programmes, both for senior personnel and for apprentices, in
accordance with established local practice.

THE PERSON ... will be a first class administrator and at the same
time a "nuts and bolts" man who has come up the hard way and
knows the intricacies of vehicles.

preference will be given to a Jamaican citizen of
suitable age to be able to handle the job required.

REMUNERATION ...will be better than average, in line with
qualifications and experience, and will include valuable fringe
benefits along with Pension and Medical plan.

APPLICATIONS ... will be treated in strict confidence and should be


J.F WHITING


MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
MANOR COURT, KINGSTON 8, JAMAICA.


~0TRADE~-IN YOU PRSET FRNIU
TOWARDS THE DOWN PAYMENT Of A LARGE

o ONsLY $199.00


A spo~kesmanl said the drama
comipetitio~n will teatulre two ,
categories, namecly one aIct
plays and full-length plays, and
is openi to, all Bahanian
citizens, whether resident at
home otr abroad. There is also
not spec'ified ag~e group. P'la ~
miay treat any, subject miattel

LEGAL WRANGLE

CONTINUES 11

MIIRDER TRIAL

detOCAL. AcRGUMI:NTS e
Duncombc C'ay Gc~ttleib and
Miss Jeanne TIhompson
continued Friday in the
murder and armed robbery
re-trial of Samuel Sands, James
Andrews and Jamers Strac~han
which opened before C'hief
JuTie Sir G;ordon Bryce
Prosecuted by Solicitor
General Langton Hlilton, jurors
have been kept away from the
court for 2V/2 days since the
iensa with thbe eavdell
of police officers Sgt.
Emmanuel Robinson and Insp.
Arthur Beresford Yearwool.
Counsel have objected to the
inclusion of three statements
allegedly made by the three
men to the two police officers.
They also objected to
conversations which the two
police officers are reported to
have had with the accused menc



TIOKYO (AP')- A 30-member e
Chinese goodwrill delegation left
Shanghai Thursday aboard the
return flight ofP an E~tthiopian
airliner that inaugurated the first air
services between Shatnghai and
Addis Ababa. Ulsinhua News agency
reported F-rida~y.


ON~LY DOWN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENT


U* 5 LlW 5 0 COMPLETEE" ONLlY DOWN




NOT on the corner of Dowdeswell & ChristI* Sts. BUT showroom on main
Dowdeswell St. where Beaco wasr formerly located diretly opp. General
Equipment. P. O. Box 6104 E.S. Nassau. Sorry, our phone is out of order WE
DELIVER to ALL MAIL BOATS.


Saturday, February 24 197 .


Spanish Wells shows its community



spirit, builds own g ar bage barge
LAST WEEK the people of Spanish Wells set an example in self-help and community spirit that
should be an inspiration to every other town and village in the Bahamas.


which time she was fully
clothed in; paint from stem to
:;tern
Mr. Solomon was introduced
to the large crowd of residents
by Mr. Leo Pinder, Leading
Spanish Wells' businessman
who said that he had never

Saish Welism 2 han hewa
that day
At exactly 9:30 a.m. the
Representative for St. George
and D~unmore crisply smacketi
chab ane ac ss thebo a
rsi ents cheepa isht el s th
homet-madea sei nEfrl'w

ways to a perfect launching
The "l'ffort" measures X8
be m.onShebdra s leests tilanh
foot of water and is ;I
magnificent example of what
can be done when
Smmnunitythis prepared to an
a eir r n ting in th ace of
Inmmediately after launching
thei i effortt" went on ua shor
Vandell Pinder at the wheel
a nd a passenger loud
comprising many children and
Mr. Solomlon.


Wit h B a hamriian
independence around the
corner the country s leadmg
fishing and farming township
has s own a spirit of its o~wn.
an independent spirit which is
o~ne of thle reasons that Spalish
Wells per icaplta I\ the' most
prosapfu nha matic n in the
atnd Nassau
The week before the Spanish
Wells government o~wned atd
IOperated garbage bairge used
ul" tn mier og islnd a fo
tWlolared unfithd forfur he
drydocked for about two, years
and as a result tvas leaking
badly and was rotten beyond
repair
A pho~ne call was madite to
the district Representative. Mlr
Norman Solomon. M.P. L who
was told that if he could get
the funds to purchase the
materials, the residents of
hpea oul vels would provide
Mr. Solomon inmmediately
(;o erend se toe all chal
Ministry of Home Affairs and
was told that the suggestion
would be taken under
consideration and an early


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'


LeS P RTthf th kSily r
Edinburgh Award Scheme, a
group of young people from
St. Andrew's School spent
the weekend of February 9,
10, and 11 on Rose Island.
Despite the rain, wind, and
a temperature of 52 degrees
the group slept in tents and
cooked their meals over fires
Several projects were
carried out on the expedition


Sieml r ( ke oer nthe
northern coast of the island,
keeping, touch with the base
camp by means of a
pre-arranged signal. Later a
section was made of a cut in
the rock of the island.
To practise first-aid, one
member of the group
pretended to break an arm
and leg. The injured person
was fixed up with splints and


carefully carried back over
the rocks to the base camp.
By Sunday the winds were
so high that the group
expected to be stranded on
the island for another night.
As soon as the tents were
pitched, however,~ the boat
arrived for the return trip to
Nassau.
Pictured above are some of
the group on the 9-mile hike.


%:c ~ "f SE
CAPT. VANDELL BINDER
reply given. Hut this would
take at lea3St a week
'Ihe peorple of Spanish Wells
woulld not, walt a week, Nor
could the garbage.
On F-riday. February 9,
('aptains Vandell and Junior
Pinder pmr hammer to, nail for

doefoit Sat da~ and Skldy
Tlhe community effort began
an oin I~iai sl w fniswh d

Mr. Solomo~n was invited to
christen and launch the barge
on Saturrday morning, by


NatlOnal drama competition


IOr IRODepHOdnce 18 IRI1Bnoedx

A NATIONAL DRAMA COMPETITION is to be held by the Independence Essay Committee,
established several weeks ago, to co-ordinate various artistic competitions related to the advent of
independence for the Bahamas.


the Nassau Guardian.
The committee is also
assisted by Mrs. Juliette
Barnwell and Mr. Clement
Bethel, both of the Enshamas
Ministry of Education.


but the committee is hoping
that contributors will choose
to explore the very topical
theme of nationhood and its
implications here in the
Bahamas.
The competition is being
co-ordinated with the Bahamas
D~ruma Festival, whose
activities, normally scheduled
for us, of mea year, are
favourably timed to select
winning entries in time for the
'Ind per encetocel brations. th
plays as a part of the festivities.
Contact for further details
on the competition is Mr.
( lmn thBatshel r chairman of
Committee, and entries should
be sent to him at the Ministry
of' Education offices, Shirley
Street and Collins Avenue.
The spokesman said that the
Drama Competition is but one
of a number of national
codmpet tons tan celebrate?
comprehensive announcement
of these other competitions
will be made in due course.
rel iav felt, hte s eaid, lat t e
May 1 for the drama
competition rnade the early
announcement necessary. The
selection of the winners at the
beginning of May will then give
adequate time for rehearsals.
C'h ai rmia n o f the
Independen ce Essa y
C'ommiittee is the Rt. Rev.
Mic~hael Eldon, Bishop of




TIourist Netws Bureau, Rev.
Williami Thompson, recently
appointedl Canon of Christ
('hurch Cauthedral, Ed Bethel of
Radio Bahamus, Robert Elliott
Johnson of Diversified Services
and Mark Bethel, Publisher of


THE HOME-MADE BARGE 'EFFORT' BUILT AT SPANISH WELLS


Contacted today. Mr.
Solomon commented that he
felt sure that G~overnment
would not hesitate to grant the
funds necessary to take care of
the cost of materials and one
osut oa ed to e abowth ,70h0
The barge is driven by two
outboard motors and has about
six times the capacity of the
government's former tender.
Mum S lmo astres that the
not a permanent solution to
the disposal problem because
so much of it was carried back
to shore by winds and tide and
resulted in marring the
tourist-populated beaches of
both Harbour island and
Spanish Wells.


DOLLAR


. IT ALL ADDS UP


your reusabin but unwanted


items of


clothing, tools,

appliances, clocks,

fans, etc. .. clear out


I s


your close~ts, garage, storeroom .

all can be of help


to someone else.

Donate them to


W he Gr tbunt


St. Andrew's award scheme project


GOVERNOR'S HIIRBOUR



CUIIRAL OFFICE BUILDING


PO illS


- lillll A


- PMI


SORRY NO MORE 5-10s-6d BEDSI
THOSE DAYS ARE OVER - BUT WE DO HAVE
BARGAINS AT OUR STORE RIGHT NOWI


ROSETTA ST REET
TWO OORS WE ST (
O ONTROSE AVE





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WINO LAND SALE
Pre-independence specials. Lots
in Winton two on ridge and
two near sea. All with excellent
views and access to roads and
utilities. Each approximately
1/3 acre. Reduced by at least
30% each for quick sale. Will
consider terms. To view call
32110.

C8968
WAREHOUSE Centreville
40 x 115 Priced at $79,000
-- Lease back guaranteed.
Leslie Fox telephone 31295 -
28012.

C8976
ONE LARGE residential lot in
Highland5P rk, hig ele ain

at 28437 before 5 p.m

C8981
FOR SALE
COMPARE Sands Addition
with other Subdivisions. 80ft.
frontage against 50 ft-
6400 sq. ft. against 5,000 ft.
Under ground utility against
unsightly overhead lines.
20% Cash discount against
little or no discount.
Low deposit
Easy monthly payments
Near schools, churches.
shopping and other facilities,
For appointment call 23921.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C8 715
ON PINK SAND BEACH --
unique 5 room designer's
home, guest cottage. fireplace.
2L/2 baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Lakin, c/o Box 101, Harbour


FOR SAILE OR LEASE
C8928
FOR SALE OR LONG LEASE
Attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath
house fully furnished and
airconditioned withi walled in
garden, garage, laundry room
Westward Vitias near shops and
beach. Call 22211 or 77938.



C8784
2enBEDiROOMiatp rnmenfu i
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED

oprmnsn Rea eabbe e tam.
D-y call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4 6

C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished
$25o0mperomonthR Call: ChE t
2-4777-8.

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

C8647
2parBEDROBMd uS uriss
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644
C8931
ONE EXTRA Large two
bedroom two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartment on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone*
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C8635
MOVIA07

For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.



APRVDAIABEORA~r


1


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I


BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom
furnished house with carport
having all utilities. Phone
58201.
C 8879
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house -
completely furnished -
Bamboo Town. Phone 3-4181.
C8915
TWO-BEDROuOMhm apr mee

call 3-1330

C7166
NEWLY BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.

BY CROFT beautiful ocean
view, 1 bedroom apartment,
large living, tastefully,
furnished, top floor, telephone,
p~ool, laundry. Call 4-1288.
C8967
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home,
separate dining room, futty
furnished airconditioned, five
minute walk to Montagu Beach
in quiet area. Lake View Road.
Phone 28504 day 51647
night.

C8762
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue
Hill Road south, one block
south of Soldier Road. Washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Telephone 23287.
C8654
IN TOWN furnished rooms
efficiency apartment a~c
town property for sal Phalo
2*2555 oe

C8636
THE WA E FIELD
APARTMENTS -Corner
cordeaux Avenue and Wattins
Street, Englerston, ONE AND
T WO BEDROOM
APARTMENTS completely
furnished. Airconditioned
bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.
C8637
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two


tlphn an anl mo er
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.

C8982
FURNISHED one bedroom
carptme ar cCniind 83
includes water, electricity,
phone. Call 2-2698 or 5-1663.

FOR SALE
C8811
$$ CASH PAID
lianused furniturerot
Furniture Outlet, Dowdeswell
Street (Formerly BESCO
BI dn )ou rorder telephone

C8889
AttWARaEHOUSeE SABESO
Ltd. Just East of Joe &r Berlin's
Foodiand.
NEW STOCK IN CASES:
Phitco Products:
One 14 cf No Frost
refrigerator
One -- 14 cf Automatic
Defrost refrigerator
Six Eight Ib. wringer washers
Thirty Air conditioners from
7,000 to 23,000 btu 115 and
208 volt
Eight refrigerators 9 and
12 cf. beo ur
Price ar ell
sell sg pr ces bubenow aurar y
will be given. CASH ONLY
We also have a certain number
of antennas and masts at weill
below seling price.

C8949
PATIO SALE
Saturday and Sunday between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 5
p.m. Furnishings, electrical
a~pneia ces, clothinge book ,

dhppn v ante webre rd
Ap rtments House "Sand
bl"


I


SA ESMAN to sell Chemicals
Glassware and Janitorial
Supplies. Must have own
transportation. Basic pay. Call
51074 for appointment.
C8914
MALE MANAGEMENT
TRAINEES
Young men over 21 required to
der ngre its and collectionA
background of dealing with the
public is preferable. Car is
essential. Starting salary
$4,800 per year and car
allowance. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C8914*
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N3207, Nassau-

C8978
WANTED MEN OR WOMEN
Representative to sell approved
for Foreign Student courses in
Upholstery. Send resume for
details to:
Fi tzg ibbo ns School of
Upholstery and Interior
Design, 11363 Bird Road*
Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

C8972
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Out Island hotel. Young lady
to handle reservations,
correspondence and charts.
Typing and shorthand
req u hired. Must have
bookkeeping and accounting
experience. A desire and ability
to handle people is a must.
Small Hope Bay Lodge, Box
N1131, Nassau.
C8977
EFFICIENT YOUNG MAN
required. Capable of handling
Customs Documents. Must be
familiar with preparation of
entries, monetary applications
and all facets of such duties.
Call 2-3173 for interview.

TRADE SERVICES
C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE. IT
UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO S
NEW 'S UPE R STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
31071-2-3-4..


C8639




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

HE YK DUTY TRUCKING
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
M~OVING. STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING

SPECA UO TNAGTIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

CONTACT LY MAN PIN\DER
OR JACK CASH.
PHONE: 2 3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Aiport 77434

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

C8634
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments andi
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 58213, or
5-1772 WORLD OF MUSIC,
Dewgard Plaza.

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

USE THE TRIBUNE
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING


C8813
20 h~p LONG SHAFT
Mrur 7.anl Sniecontrol.
Both~~~~~ 87 Cl -05
C8979
METACTORTDdeMINE A
cons ruc ion wor a~n
excellent pas -ime. For
information call 23921.

C8975
LARGE QUANTITY of
attractive modern hanging
lights. Ideal for shops.
restaurants, hotels, etc. For
inquiries please call Mr.
Revington at 2-1404.



C8892
1966 FORD MUSTANG, big
tires, mags, cam, etc. Going for
only $1,250. Owner leaving
island. Phone 5-1606.
C8919
1967 FIAT Sports C~oupe.
$300. R. King -- Telephone
2-8907 from 8:30 a.m. to 5.00
p.m.

C8927
1968 A1100 automatic
Excellent condition. Taxed for
'73. $900. Telephone 3-1973
evenings.
C8966
1964 AUSTIN HEALEY
Sports C~ar Beist offer4Phone
days 5-381 9iht 17

ONER LEAVING. 1968

Ma se. Ex elnt icnsit onn
$850.00. Phone 4-2462 after 6
on weekends.
C8932
Ne sted ovid nceoLlweas s
of used cars for sale. On the
spot financing and aenerou
tade allowarre gi~n Our lo

Opposite the Laundromat.
ueltepehone 24801 or 24802 for
1972 Dodge Avenger
Automatic Transmission -
Price $2,850 -- Down $650.
1971 Ford Ltd. 9-Passenger
Wagon Price $4,850 Down
i sha0.This vehicle is in
1971 Toyota Corona Price
721000-- Down $70 uoatc
Transmission Price $1,850 -
Down $500
$ 71 usi ol3005GS T. Price
1971 Vauxhall Victor
Automatic Transmission

17 a IIal V ctwrnS a ard
Price $1,500 -- Down $400.
1971 Mercury Cougar --Price
$4,500 -- Down $1,200.
1971 Ford Pinto Price
$2,400. -- Down $~600.
1972 Volkswagen 1300 Price
$2,400. Down $700.
We also have additional buys
for cash up to $1,000 so please
call and see us and we will be
happy to show you around our
used car lot.
This week's special:
1967 9-Passenger Cadillac
Deauville Needs some
mechanical and body attention
we will accept $1,550 Cash as
is.
C8650



For Exper Pcking rtPa &
Forwarding by Sea or Air'
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
2o 51. -1893. Phone:



APPROVED CAROO AG ENTS


IN FREIEPORT TEL 352-16608


REAL ESTATE
C7172
SACRIFICE!!! New 2 bed/2

b htonditind entity annx
or third bedroom connected by
breeze way-patio-carport,
located on bulkheaded
waterway. Fully serviced docks
forb 50f. yCht, outboard an
sidewalk to sheltered clear sand
9ech Piate pay d srae ts
or taxes, $10,000 down.
Also Cadittac convertible,

mcan cadly prfeclike35n 0
miles, with residence $3,000.
J. Stuart Robertson Limited,

Nreepot Pone 3522B 1 fr
bargains in lots, duplexes,
apartments. Freeport's No. 1
Licensee.

IIELP WANTED
C7178
ONE MECHANICAL
ENGINEER SPECIALIZING
IN HEAVY DUTY BOILER,
LAUNDR Y AND
AIR-CONDITIONING WORK.
Apply: L. & A. Industries Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-2580, Telephone:
352-5422.


IIELP WYINTED
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE

MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
Limited, P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
ofteDM V "Island Comn" a
Applicant must be at least 30

an d caaor aur pro esina
experienceoiposs singr aM Brit
Foreign- ong Mse aie
u eriiat pl rec gnized
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a fl
resmene ofan edu atiion,
certification.
C7180
Bi-lingual secretary needed to
work with French Co., must be
fluent with French and
Engl ish.
Please reply in writing to:
Lafayette, P. O. Box F-2588,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C8628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIEf
required: High school graduate
or equivalent education: 3-5
years experience desirable.
Applicant must be able to take
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: flfiling
experience will be help u.
Apl tn npers n to Perseonene
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.


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C8924 ALPHA TRAINING SCHOOLS, INYC.
MAKE BIG MONEY as a HEAVY EQUIPMENT 0
OPERATOR. MEN Learn to operate Dozers, Draglines,
Backhoes, Loaders, etc. Call or see Mr. Richard Mooney,
Alpha Heavy Equipment School at the BRITISH
COLONIAL HOTEL on Bay Street, Narssau, FEBRUARY
25th and 26th. Phone 322-3301.


CH 3EL MANAHGA MRT. NGER HOSO AVAILABLE
CO rMsvanaale naA ustnte ca aErs Housekeepes DEN
COUPLES. ALL AGES. Call or see Mr. William Albert,
Aph R srot Naer Instt UAt tBittish Co onal Hotn

322-3301.


KNFISHER 20, well
equipped fibreglass bilge.keel
sloop, 4 berths, head*5 sails.
retractable outboard in well
Avon dinghy $3,500. Phone
31195.
C8921
14 FOOT GLASTRON -
Good condition. Ideal for
fishing alnd kiin &002Night

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

CAIRD OF 'THANIS
C8974
SaE I A LY ofth ra MiT
Exuma who died February
18th 1973 wish to thank
sincerely the many friends and
relatives for cards and
condolences during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
Rev. E. J. Rolle and Rev. Earl
Francis.



C8973
BAHAMAS YOUTH
EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP
invites you to see a full length
feature film "REDRUNS THE
RIVER" at the Government
High School Auditorium
Saturday March 3rd. 8:00 p.m.
IT'S FREE COME AND
BRING A FRIEND*
C8980
WANT TO BUY Real Estate
but don't have time during the
week, for your convenience
Bill's Real Estate is open on
Saturday from 9 a.m. to I
p.m. Call 23921 to make your
appointment.

SCHOOLS
C8782
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencing week of February
12, 1973. Call Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
or pay us a visit at Shirtey
Street opposite Cottins Avenue.
C8658
EDUCATION SPECIAL
DID YOU EVER WISHED you
cwrldst hac Ikbeoekkeepiner
file: Do fractions, decimals'
percentages etc? Understand

wihns Calgr2m42 ? 6 p('
to 8 p.m. or write P. O. Box

M NTHS NWE TIL TEREE
YOU ALL THESE THINGS.


IIELP WAITED
C8759
I LND LMOTTORD COMPAINV

automotive mechanic with own
tools. E periencerwitpref gr g

Previous experience with G. M.
vehicles and/or engines an asset

b plica t wol Ie exS cte t
fill a vacant position with
ample room for advancement
Cotact Mr.a o enihService

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 standd 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
resmenc ofan edu atiion,
certification.
C8940
FARM HELP required -
Carmichael Road Live on
premies. call 5-4434 and


LIEIN MAID. Experienced
Bahamian over thirty. Two
school children. References
essential. Phone 41204.
C8934
URGENTLY REQUIRED


Bookkeeper with four years
ex erience up to trial balance
and balance sheets, to work for
large insurance firm. Only
peruionmentsmneed apy
Cenat eMr. 2. 4Knowles
appointment.


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In Reservations, Ticketing, stewardess, Ramp Agent,
Passenger Service. Travel free plus many other employee
benefits. Call or see Mr. Richard Mooney, Alpha Airlines
School at the (5RITISH COLONIAL HOTEL on Bay Street,
Nassau, FEBRUJARY 25th and 26th. Phone: 322.3301.


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FOX & SONS Tel. 28012 -
31295, Box 6104, Nassau

~8918
SONJ'T LOSE YOUR LOT OR
IOME, because you can't meet
the payments Call FOX &
$IONS REAL ESTATE Tel.
16102 Nas 5 evenings -



i. Large F3-bedroom, 2-bathO L
family room r sidence o
?iey landsc psdlo on Bar
Iul furnishe adn e ui pd
3j65,000.00. Tem ailbe
~.3-bedro m s 2-avaiable. i
Hihiand oP rk. h urih d
ewpt o s ove and
tisfrigerator. $947,500.00 or
near offer. Terms available.
3. 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence
j~ist off Mackey Street in
vicinity of new Star Life
EAuilding. $25,000.00. Terms
Available.

Call DOROTHY L. ATWOOD,
CIMITED, 2-8763-4-5-6.
08865
L*2 storey building on Soldier
r adn opposite Technical
Triig Cnre.
2-2 storey but dngs on Wulff

Lumber. For fua an
information Phone 42981 er
E8926
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom
twlo-bath residence in Vista
Mtrina, Living room, separate
dining room, Bahama room,
porch, patio, carport, etc
Large lot, fruit orchard.
f85,000 furnished or nearest
offer.
2. Excellent buy in charming
.three-bedroom, two-bath
residence Highland Park.
Spacious living-dining, porch
garage. Beautifully landscaped
grounds, fruit trees. Only six
years old. Financing available.
$54,000 unfurnished.
3. Two-storey Georg ian-
C~ol onial arch itect -des g n ed
sidnb sr a IMarina b t

pigroom, dining room,
powder room, laundry
taprtwo porches, maid's

awate rs py. $541 0
seifurnished-
.Charming three-bedroom,
o cat residence Ra que
onveniently close to Queen s

r Sp lioune lvins r om
prte dining room, modern
kitchen study, maid's
edoom and bath, laund '
apr.Air-conditioned. Lot
00O' x 100'. Financing
wallab e to suitable prse

ut.Price of $49,500 furnished
rtlds brandnnew stoe n

';Hm G. RISTIERA ET E

p. OO Box N86
Nassau
Tel: 21041, 2-1042


Bedroom house, comnpletelyF SL
rnished in excellent taste.
;arporte, basement, rear patio
IIl this for only $30,000.00.
~ecan arrange terms. Palmdale
KIdential area.

LT LEVEL BLAIR. 3
roos plus den -
frished but carpeted.
clous good quality house.
kng only $64,000.00,

ILLTOP SKYLINE - Has
L & TWO PATIOS. 4
dom,3 baths separate
nng -- two sitting rooms -
genough for large family and
ghclass entertaining. To see
to appreciate.
STWARD VILLAS
ACH RIGHTS 6 bedrooms,
baths spacious outdoor
TIO kingsize SWIMMING
L.Spacious grounds ideal
large family.

BLE BEACH THE COLD
ST. 3 bedrooms, 3 ah


RA MOTOR SCOOTER
LAMBRETTA 150cc, T.V. and
Colour antenna, miscellaneous
household goods, toys and
bicycles. Call 41367.

C8894
.'CHOICE GLEANINGS'
Scripture Catendars
for 1973

Christian Slu ly Centre
Montrose Ave.
Phone 5-8052


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 $51200

A/ egVinDI $2995
1967 Cougar Yellow $800
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva
5/W Automatic White $2660
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 Cyi. 53950
1970 Morris 1100 Series

190Cheel Dr. Auto. %
Green A/C $3400
1970 Pontiac Parisienne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2500
1971 Vauxhall Victor
4 Dr. S/W Auto. Red. $1800
1973 Le Mans 4 Dr. Vinyl,
2000 miles only,
Blue, A/C $5850
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice House
Telephone 34636-7-8
C8936
1970 VAUXHALL Victor,
radio, good condition. $1050
or nearest offer. Phone 77375.


sunRmaI Swe LI O
C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT,excellent
condition, bargain at $18,500.
Phone 54011 days.
C8925
BERTRAM 31 seat express
cruiser, twin G. M. diesel,
excellent condition. To see call
Mario 3-6645 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. or 3-6649 after 5 p.m.
C8384
BAHAMAS YAGHT SALES
JAMES W. ALauRY




pR`HOJAN YA CHT E
.A DIVISION OF
WeHImIaAK

C8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft. 4ft. draft, steel
hull, C290 tons,dipowered t

nreawe. Up to date load line
with 2 cargo hatches, one 14ft.
4224ft andb te other l4ft.n x
excellent shape.
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.

Cgg71
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT

SCONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES
COME TO THE
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
WE WELCOME YOU
SO LOOK FOR US'

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Ladies! are you tired of a
heavy tank? Come try our new
Dacor 50 cu. in. Tanks still
on sale; Underwater Lights,
Gloves, & Divers Knives.
Now have space for one more
potential for course starting
March 10th. See the real
Bahamas, learn to dive! Call
Fran at 24869.

NASSAU'S COMPLETE
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
SEE YOU ...
at the boat show

BAYSIIBil MARIINA
nor boats and enginesoy 7 0
Distributors for Ha eP
Mako, Glastron, Jupiter Dell
Quay Doriesr and C-Craft
inebla MenM ury, uV lvo
houseboats, Noxfire automatic
... fire detectors/e xtinguishers.
Other products easiy
obtainable.


Sales and service (factory
trained) Gas, rentals and

Mar"e" Moie Hoist lifting
WATCH THIS SPACE
FOR NEWS:
Se us at the Miam 2 at

Check our wide range of boats
Bertram, Glastron, Hatteras.
Mako are the leaders,
our Staff will sve! you
personal attention.
For the best at the best pric r
See or call BAYSHpORE
MARINA, East Bay Street.
Tel. 28232 28233.


C7174
( 1) AUTOMOTIVE
MECHANIC: Must be able to
repair cars and trucks r cuda g
transmission overhauls. Must
have knowledge of electrical
and ignition systems and be a
competent Gas and Electrical
Wel der
(2) GOLF MECHANICS: Must
hrav blev otu experir ca ri

mch rica failursi election
recreational vehicles. Must be a
competent Gas and Electrical
Welder, also be experienced in
vehicle maintaining and repairs.
(1) MIDNIGHT BELLMAN:
To carry luggage while
checking guests in and out of
the Hotel, must have pleasant
personality and be neat in

() 1 UCNDRY WORKER: To
pesr a ntx roate, c its mnd
aplicant preferred.EN NE
MECHANIC: Must have
complete knowledge of small
engines and maintenance
procedures on large and small
equipment. Experienced male
applicant preferred.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 3:00 a.m. and 12
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, Person not


Sonl 150t fr SADY
"ACH tastefully furnished
ddecorated. Selling at a low
price of $68,000.00.

GHTY FEET OF SANDY
AC.At Cable Beach. Has 4
rmsplus shower rooms --
ids quarters Gorgeous views
exceiient swimming. Need

~arla e. Only $Os5t,0 oc ion

SadBAchaV L3 bedr om
s extra 2arg srs an d-in
ptebedroom and bath
maid -enclosed grounds -
uttd trees. With Air and
IIng fans. Immaculate Was
5,000.00 reduced to
!,000.00. _
tetetto us we give red

IANOS we sell reaI
Ite. Dial 22033, 22305.
a~3tNite 41197.


C7176
ASSISTANT MANAGER:
Mainly responsible for the
o ver -all hou se keep ing
department of 500-room hotel
NMustp s sdiitknowledgeable of

housekeeexien operate en. e

and Police Certificate.
COST CONTROLLER: Must
be knowledgeable of all phases
in accounting, be able to
analyze daily payroll costs for
500-room hotel with as many
as 750 employees. Must be able
to analyze all daily purchases.
7-10 years experience,
ref eces and Police

pEH YS OTEO HE r IST

Ph dithrapy Soi ndon,
England. Regis ered memberoft
the profession supplementary
to medicine. 2-3 years
experience, reference from
previouse~mployer.
Interested Persons, Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
AND COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST END, G RAND
BAHAMA, BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.


C8902
SERVICE MANAGER
required to control mechanical
section of large automobile
dealership. Must be able to
control staff, fwily conversant
with warranty procedure,
oversee body shop and
maintain extensive workshop
equipment. Write Box N-3741


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DOWDESWELL STREET
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P.O. BOX 6104 E.S.
NASSAAU, AHAMAS
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ONiELEPxMNTEDNCED
GARDEN R/DR IVE P,
EIGHT MILE AREA.
APPLY: WILLIAM JOHNSON,
P. O. BOX, F-1997,
FREEPORT.

C7188
PLANT OPERATIONS
MANAGER -- STATION
INSTALLATION &t REPAIR
DEPARTMENT
Grand Bahama Telephone
Co~mpah~y has a job opening f or
a qualified Plant Manager with
management and supervisory
skills and knowledge of station,
key and PABX installation and
repair. Must have at least 10
years practical experience in
United States or Canadian
telephone methods.
Apply: General Manager,
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd., 2C Kipling
Building, P. O. Box F-2478,
Feepor352-drand Bahama.


C7189
ONE FRONT Office N.C.R.
Operator, to train all front
office personnel, with at least
three (3) years in similar
position.
One Night Auditor required.
Must be able to operate N.C.R.
machine and post guests'
accounts until balanced each
rsywithex eastt bhree (3
position.
Apply to: Personnel Director,
Lutcay an Beach Hotel,
Freeport.

C7190
PASTRY CHEF REQUIRED
WITH AT LEAST 5 YEARS
EX PERIENCE WITH
ai RI INE CATE RI NG.
REPLIES TO: GRAND
8 AHAMA CA TE RER S
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
FREEPORT 352-7391.







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c HENLAPTIONANL EF~RIV o
Charted adcaA untant sart

or Certified Accountants in
'shelesfuFrc epor oice
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
erpy n Pw tingW erthheuStag
Co. P. O Box F2415
Fr eor t, Bahamas.
C7191
REQ UIRED immediately.
GARDENER with previous
experience in all duties related
to Nursery work and outside
maintenance.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Landscaping Company Ltd,
Pioneers' Way, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, P. O. Box F-252.

C7186
(2) KITCHEN HELPERS
Responsible for the general
cleaning of kitchen which
consists of sweeping, mopping
and cleaning of pots and
dishes. The positions require
women with past experience
working in hotels or
restuarants.
Apply to Personnel Dept.,
Grand Bahama Devco, P. O.
Box F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C7187
CATALYTIC West Indies
Ltd., Post Office Box F-2544
Freeport, Grand Bahama -- Has
job opportunities available for
Bahamians in their Refinery
Maintenance torgani ati n

ositoTENANCE MECHANIC
(ELECTRICAL) Must have a
mnemu of fiv~efter years
associated industrial plants.
Experience in trouble-shooting
and familiar with all phases of
electrical maintenance
pertaining to refinery
operations.
FIELD MACHINIST Must
have a minimum of five (5)
years experience in
trouble-shooting and repair of
all Refinery Rotary equipment,
including pumps, turbines,
diesels, large centrifugal
compressors and transfer
equipment.
Qualified applicants should

IdustriatoOfficer Mnistryhi
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.


HELP MNIITED
FOREMAN (MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE) Applicant
should be able to overhaul
equipment in accordance with
instructions, assisted by skilled
or semi-skilled craftsman while
requiring a minimum of
supervision. Individual should
possess experience and
capabilities in various
equipment overhaul which
require precision machine lathe
work, etc.
3 LINESMAN/GROUNDS-
MAN/CLEANER Must clean
and weed outdoor areas and
Indoor including washrooms
and toilets. Handle ships lines
in docking and casting off.
Must be available for night

D Artpme t, tGorand Baha
Port Authority Limited, P. O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama

C7177
FRONT OFFICE CASHIER:
Must be able to operate the
NCR 4200 machine.
Experienced in Travel Agent
Guest Coupon, 2-3 years
experience. Reference from
prev ious employer, Police
Certi icate and neat in

FRpeNancOFFICE CLERK-
Must have experience with
large Conventions Groups. 2-3
years experience, reference
from previous employer, Police
Certificate and neat in
appearance.
I nte res ted Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, BE TWEEN THE
HOU RS OF 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.
BAHAMIANS NEED ONLY
APPLY.

C7182
MASTER TAILOR Must be
able to cut, direct and manage
gent's clothing production,
must have experience in
custom and ready-to-wear
clothing.
YOUNG LADIES for
stitching and garment finishing
specializing in shirts and pants'
Ar Td ih person to bMrceMtan'
Eight Mile Rock, between 7-8
P.M.


HELP YMNTED
C7183
CONTROL ROOM
OPERATOR -- Applicant will
be responsible for the
monitoring and control of all
equipment for the central
control room. Individual also
responsible f or control and
operation of the electrical
panels including those feeding
the 69KV transmission system.
Rotating shift position. Must
know operation of aill
equipment and must have
previous training and
experience including work as
equipment operator in a high
pressure power plant, or
comparable steamship,
evidenced by certificates of a
recognized Institute.
EUIPMENT OiPERATORok

shift hours and is directly
responsible to the shift
engineer on duty for proper
operation of the power plant
auxiliaries. Applicant should
hold a recognized station
engineers certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in the
operation of boiler equipment,
water treatment equipment'

ASISTANT PORT
DIRECTOR --Requires
experience and capability to
take full charge of costing and
billing in Harbour Operation-
Must know steCiedlr~ing.
handling, storage and harbour
charge practices in line with
Marine Accounting. WEhen
Required must assist in berthing
and unberthing operations, and
in Harbour administration
functions.
TECHNICIAN (MECHANIC-
AL MAINTENANCE)
Assists the Supervisor
(Mechanical Maintenance) with
overhaul and repairs to the
various pieces of Steam Plant
equipment in accordance with
factory instructions and
specifications. At least five
years previous maintenance
practice and experience is
required. Able to install and
align equipment and familiar
with tolerances and fittings.
Mret uhokld certified ng
fittings, etc., on boilers and
steam lines.


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\~' / GENERAL TENDBNCIBS: The daytime is
excellent for golas after what you wntur,
speaking your piece directly, yet in a kindly and subtle
manner. As the day wanes there are some difficult planetary
pos~itions which makes it advisable to be tactful.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Contacting out-of-towne rs nd
obtaining data you need is fine in the morning. Deckle on
those new outlets you have in mind. Avoki discusing serious
matters with anyone in the evening.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A day to be with closest tie
in the morning and have a happy and profitable time.
Important responsibilities should be handled early as possible.
Evening is fine for charming talk with mate.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You can come to a better
understanding with associates today than has been possible for
some time. One who has been an opponent could now become
a friend. Have a good time tonight.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Engage in projects
that bring you progress today and then takte health treatments
you need in the afternoon. Make effort to improve your
wardrobe so that you garin more confidence.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A fine day for recreation. You
can easily rebuild your energies and elevate your
consciousness. You have a particular r kill that should be put to
use. Avoid arguments with anyone.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Any duties at home should be
handled during the day. The evening should be spent reading
and relaxing. Try to please kin graciously. Use tach with one
who is demanding. Keep calm.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are able to accomplish a
great deal where errnds and appointments are concerned, so
get an erly start and persevere. Talk to those who are expert
in a hobby you Ilike and get advice.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Plan what must be done to
add value, beauty and comfort to your property and then start
wheels in motion. Go to a business expert for the advice you
need. Follow it very carefully and wisely.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Make arrangements to
entertain good friends. Discuss philosophical matters and
exchange ideas while stating your own aims. Take health
treatments and improve your appearance.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan to contact the right
people so that you can get the help to make your fondest
dreams come true. An expert will give you confidential advice
so go after it. Don't warst time.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.19) You have a good friend
who can be of great assistance to you, so accept help
graciously. Attend a group affair and deepen friendships that
appeal to you. Dress in good tarst.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ther are outside affairs that
need your attention early, so get busy and straighten them out
properly. Later buy whatever you need the most. Don't
overtax your energies. Relax tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. he or she will be
one of those ambitions young people who wants to make a
mark in the world, but has to overcome a natural shyness in
the nature to be successful. Be sure to have as many young
playmates around who can help to build your progeny's ego.
Teach early not to monopolite the conversation for best
results. The field of imports and exports is fine. Foreign
lansu mrges ona.
"The Stars impel, they do not compeL" What you make of
your lfe is largely up to YOU!


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ev oki be even better th n
C'anadian with an effective left
iah while connecting
Intermittently with right
uppercuts.
Hlaywood on the attack
drove the Bahamian champ
into, a corner but, covering up,
Continuing to feed his
cp cnenttivitlhasharp lft jab .

spl'cl the end, Moving
Hlaywood into a corner Obed
fedl a left to the head and
followed it with a right which
saw Hfaywood crumble to the
ca;nvas as referee G;eorge
Wilmrorer counted him out
Undefeated in 27 pro fights.
last night's bout upped Obed's
knoc~kouits to 17. Haywood
who htas 27 wins, suffered his
tenith loss.
Wattc~hing the fight from
rin gside boxing's famed
promoncter C~hris Dundee was
ve~ry pleased with the
performlnc~e of Obed. "Tlhat
left hand is working
heau ti fu Ily ," commented
D~undee after the match.
D~undee explained that Moe
F~leischer had Obed working
extensively on the left hand.
GIVE HIM TIME
"It's like a boy going to
school."' said Dundee. "He
(Obed) trains very hard when
he is in Miami. I think Obed is
going to go a long way," he
added. However, Dundee
would have rather seen Obed
go the distance. "Hie needs that
experience said Dundee
"You don't buy experience
you earn it. Give him time,
he'll mature "
n"He (Obed) is easing the lft
commented trainer Moe
Fleischer. "I have him jabbing
three or four times in a row."
Asked what was Obed's
weapon last night, Fleischer
said that the left hand kept
Hiaywood off. "That other
fellow is a good boxer too but
Obed got the edge on him with
the jab and the uppercut."
Although Obed has received


mevita ints fremh Clydem(;re
Toronto, Canada and a
middleweight in London,
trainer F~leischer said that Obed
might rest from the ring for a
while and go back into
training "Give him some time
to mature," said F~leischer.

MiJOI(wON WINShewn

Bo nson earle a solttatt t
last night when he
unanimously decisioned John
Williams in a preliminary fight.
"I believe I could stop hirt

at deweigh~tind mp)Bi tha
fifth. He can't stand under my
right hand," said Johnson after
his bout with Williams. "He
(Pinder) hais nothing that can
put me down. I am faster than
him and I am taller than him,"
he said. "Rennie is sloppy and
all he wants to do is rush in
and fight. I know I'll stop him
with mny right."
Johnson (15-4-1) who trains
under Larry Forsythe went
through four tough rounds in
which Williams was given the
edge. "After I saw him getting
too close to me in the fourth. I
had to open up a bit," said
Johnson.
After a pretty close seven
rounds, Williams slowed down
considerably as Johnson
worked on the body and the
jaw. "In the eighth rough, I
can't see how he did not fall,"
said Johnson.
Johnson gained full control
of the final rounds as Williams
showed signs of being tired,
"He is smart," said Johnson
concerning Williams, but he
is too odapTh next timedif we

even last five."
Johnson started his boxing
career in I97 1 and his first
four fights were losses. This did
not bother him any and being
in the welterweight division
then, he finally outgrew that
division and a date in the near
future will be announced when
Pinder defends his title against
Johnson..


Allen, presently staying at
Paradise Island's most exclusive
hotel, the Ocean Club, said
that he had put Allen and
Blyden through various speed
tests yesterday and had come

tfo bhelleronclusion tht they


inte esmed cietnt ese tw


players," said Allen in
reference to Ingrahm and
Blyden, "and I want to put
them through further trials and
tests in March."
At the moment it's very
difficultheto determined rs

because I have only seen them
aais iuede rn, opposition,"
preliminary examinations they
are very promising," said Allen.
IMPRESSED
Allen then went on to say
that he was "very impressed"
by the enthusiasm shown by
the players mn the recent
All-Star game especially
arranged to coincide with the
visit of the head coach.
"I certainly didn't expect to
see any football while on
holiday here, but I must say 1
was very impressed by the
game because everyone was
so enthusiastic hustling and
hitting hard throughout the
match," said Allen.
Allen then told Ingrahm and
Blyden that they must practise
catching and handling a
football between now and the
end of March when he
expected them to report for
training in tip top shape.
"I'll be putting you through
some pretty stiff tests,"
warned Allen, "and I think
your visit to Washington will
be a wonderful experience for
you".
Naturally the two hulking
defensive ends were
overwhelmed by the good
news.
GRATEFUL

|...I reallop gtefun o t 'r
Jets star, Colin Blyden, "and
I'm really going to put
every thing into this, Mnact I'm
going to give it 150 per cent
effort," exclaimed a happy
Blyden.
Blyden played an important
part as a defensive player for
the B AF LA unbeaten
Champions, the Nassau Jets,
who recorded I3 straight wins
last season.
In the absence of regular
quarterback Jesse Ferguson,
Blyden also proved himself to
be a very competent
quarterback, stepping into
Ferguson's shoes to display his
lersa iiy as a player.
Ingrahm was also elated at
his selection.





heTdROP e uSFOOTSBALL CLUB,
Table over McAlpine wet I a oir nt
from 9 games, atr pre ent training
America Tour, scheduled for the
Club Captain Randy Rodgers
rai today tt thedteam would
April with the aid of a number of
social fund-raising functions, the
toorro ww hle f Im ofadane
The dance will take place at the
Tiki Village, Nassau Beach Hotel.
Music will be provided by Halrley
Smms and ~the Cr itas ad s oia
sporting organizations and Tropias


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REFEREE GEORGE
WILMORE signals a neutral
corner for Bahamas
welterweight champ Elisha
Obed who at 2:48 of the first
round let looseI a lft right
combination sending Canadian
junior middleaweight champ
Terry Haywood to the canvas
for a knockout. Photo: Rickey





T AllD M STA DT t



THE: VIRST of four rounds
to determine the Besthall
Chamnpions (a two-man team) for
marv ho will reptem ini ahe
International Tournament in Santo
D~omingo later this year, winl be
played Sunday at the Coral
Harbour G;olf Clubmiddofte
two-stroke penalty for late arrivals.
Prizes will be allocated for first,
second, and third gross, first and
second net, first net women and
ftairs et niors for the tourney are
as folloms: msy
NO. 1 TEE
9.oo a.m. B. smith &r F. Higsp, C.
so1 nt m P. S nh & A.N.O.
9:20 a.m. Z. Stubbs & P. Tirelli,
M. Taylor &r J. Moree.
w.3 toajm A. Tel dr I. Marshall,
9:40 a.m. A. Johnson &e 1. James,
H. Bethel & G. Knowles.
so seerL, agIlish dr eny& E.
10.00 a.m. V. Lockhart &r R.
Turnquest, H. Wray & A. Senior
10.15- a~m. L. Russell &r R. HISgs,
S. Gibson & E. Gibson Jr.
NO0 0. ESealy &r J. Virgi, W.
Godet & G. Cash
9.10 D. Lunn &r A. Altken, G.
Holmes &r F. Roberti
9:2o B. Benjamin dr s. sawyer
M. Hamilton &r M, Wallace
" de0nB, Madd en &r E. White, B.
9.40 C. Cooper &r R.
McSweeney, W. Wemick &r F. Culrry
9:SO N. Hopkins &r S. Forbes, L.
Sweeting &r F. Fernander-
10:00 S. A. Smith &r C. Roberts,
G. Smith &r & Dean
D0.tB ra~m 1. Slatter & V. Prosa,
10.10 E. Dorsett &r E. Lockharit,
J. Burbridge &r B. Higgs


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REDSKINS HEAD COACH, George Allen (right) is shown advising Colin Blyden (left)
of the Nassau Jets and Allen Ingrahm (centre) of the stingrays on how to handle and
catch a football. Allen, who is presently staying at the Ocean Hotel, Paradise Island said
tht oe tol shi gtinD. .le rand Ig anhm frthaer trial inRMarch when they are due to



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s. DO m '.e> Res nd of
BoNGtLIH CUP Fift Round:
Carlisle I Arsenal 2
Derebn 4 Qu e'sCPr Rangers 2
Leeds 2 West Bromwich 0
Manchester City 2 Sunderland 2
Seftl W donesda Cie~lsea 2

ENGLISH LEAGUE
Division I
Leicester 0 Sheffield United o
Liverpool 2 1 swich I
NMan hhst0 ew U. s ystal Pal.ppd.
Stoke 2 West Ham 0
Tottenham 3 Everton o
suneyoi vista n 2
Middlesbrough 3 Portsmouth 0
Nottingham F~orest 2 Fulham I
Orient 4 Aston Villa 0
Swindon I Oxford 3
SCOTTISH F~ourth Round:
Aberdeen vs Falkirk nd.
Ay nte otrln AThlion :
Montrose 2 Hamilton 2
Motherwell 0 Celtic 4
Ranngenel H be ian I
ENGLISH LEAGUE
Brentfor (rn 3by I
Bit Hvrs id NBo rn mu h 0
Rochdale 0 Plymouth 6

o a thre 0 Porn Vae 1
So hnd Olc bourn I
Watford dSwansea I
York City 2 onl4a I
Bradford City I Aldershot 0
Cambridge 2 Blury 2
a chstr Dtord tter I
Giin~ma so Exetor0 O
Masrl 05 es y 0
Torsr8a 2 asr iEgo G
Division 2
Berwick I Raith Rovers 3
Co enbet tdle0%kj 2
rfear Df SthrnnEat Stirling 2
Queen's Park 4 Brechin 1
St. Mirren I Stenhousemuir I


TWICKENHAM, ENGLAND (AP) David Duckham scored
two brilliant tries and pushed England to a shock 14-6 win over


the much-vaunted French rugby
tournament Saturda .



a From Page I
the dlinagh overtu nned portly
,fe evngte i si.
TZhe captain and Antoine
Herive ux sir th gVslast t

ripped the fibreglass panelling
from the deep freeze unit of
the boat and were found
clinging to it in the rough seas
a ot 9:5am ed sda .

American yacht Sea Hawkins
out of Hartford, Connecticut
which brought them to Nassau.
The survivors and the dead

"rgula aldrfitc adter s thth -
this drbite pattern was fairly
discermil by te wree age'
,,ic is floating straight
Although the search parties
expected to find the three
missing men drifting south,
"they didn't take any chances,
They searched 10 miles north
and all the way south of the
Ehxums oWe haveaalso search d
cays right down to the
Schooner Cays."
It did not take a helicopter
from AUTEC long to find the
wreckage, the spokesman said.
"The wreck is now a
navigational hazard.


union team in the five nations
Duckham's tries, one in each
half, lifted up an otherwise
drab game that was punctuated
by poor handling and unforced
errors.
Robert Bertranne went over
for an opportunist try during
injury time but by then it was
too late to save the game for a
strangely lethargic French
suad.
Jean -Pi erre Romeu
converted Bertranne's try,
while Tony Jorden completed
En latny' ooreline with two
it w En land's fi icwsg rst v ctory
rhi sasns in te five nations
form upset against the French

a anstarth New ealan A
Blacks and Scotland to their
credit.
a 4 4 4 44 4
SCOTS UPSET IRISH
EDINBURGHl, SCOTLAND
(AP) Scotland upset Ireland
19-14 in a see-sawing thriller at
Murrayfield Stadium Saturday
and went into the lead in the
urna nations rugby union
The Irish led 10-9 at
half-time and were ahead three
times in the match altogether.
With four minutes to go
Ireland led 14-12, but the
Scots came back with a try and
a drop goal to grab victory.


By Ivan Johnson
IF LE AGU E LEADERS
Tropigas, beat bottom-of-the-table
D~ynarmos In tomorrow's New
matc et ey wintybassue of la he
winning the League Championship
for 1973 or aI playoff for the
Cam ionship with aMc line, the
At present, with only one match
reainn ag round of te sea n
from 9 games. Tropigas play
Dynamols in their last match of the
season tomorrow andc ns er k

harndehrn ebk eating Red Lion,
Last week Mc pine almost
suffered the embarrassment or
being knocked out of the
Championship race by Dynamos
whntphe scra dd hoce at0.
thnce i he uds half andino d

wntnedd to, No dob te Mc lpl
forwards were under the impression
that the Dynamos were 'easy meat.'
Although they are a poor side
ca sinm meakr quu et b I don
whether Tropigas will enter
tomorrow's match in the same


frame of mind as McAlpn did I s
week and they should cinnch thoee
two vital points, putting McAlpine
under pressure when they play their
IRsd L he o t wheekseason against
SOCCER LEAGUE. TABLE
P W L D Pts


Mrcopis e 7 f S RUGBY LEAGUE
Red Llon 9 5 3 I 11 LONDON (AP) Results in
8t. Geo ges 9 2 I B iish rgby lgue5 games

K COF TIMES Trtoplip0 2 Feathenrtone Rovers 23 Hul
Dynamos 1:30 p.m. St. Georges v Rovers 10
Paradise 3:30 p.m. Whitehaven 9 Swinton 6
ROLLE RAPS
From Page 1 "The government can as it


has always done, work in any
partnership with the utmost
good faith. The government is
in fact capable of giving proper
gudnein the management of

Discussing the question of
nationalization, Mr. Rolle said
the government realized that
the Bahamas existed
geographically in a capitalist
structure, and had no desire
basically to depart from that.


"Not from the point of view
th at they want to be a
domestic investor in every

Bhams I d no tmkli coe ta

govern entpr ertmo'ol ant
sense that they want to show
the private investor that not
only is government inteeres e
government i8 prepared to
assume the same risks.


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Seurda y, February 24, 197.


Redskrins coach invites




Ingrahm & Blyden





By IVAN JOHNSON
WASHING;TON Redskins head coach, Gerge Allen, said today

ed Couhn Bln of the Nasai Jet nor rtb al ashbgo D.C


Challp Elisha Obed Ko's



Canadian in first round

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS WELTERWEIGHT CHAMP Elisha Obed took only
two minutes and fortyeight seconds of the first round to dispose
of his opponent Canadian junior middleweight champ Terry
Haywood which he did with a left right combination to the head
during last night 10 round main event at the Nassau Stadium.


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