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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: February 26, 1973
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HAT U EY

FAV URI MALT

OF HE A.MAS

Dowdeswell St. Nassa~u Ph. 22117


VOL. LXX, No. 81 Monday, February 26, 1973. Price: 15 Cents


....... m...... CHUCA



ONAL LGHSTOFEe R


disappearance over the
weekend while fishing in The
Narrows between Paradise and
Athol islands off the north
shore of New Providence.



also, of C'larke Alley, were
fishing from a 14-foot dinghy
anchored in The Narrows on
Saturday night.
Mackey went to sleep at
about 11 p.m., and when he
awakened at about 5 a.m.
Sunday morning there was no
sign of Morrison.
Mackey quickly searched the
immediate area himself before
reporting Morrison's
disappearance to the Bahamas
Air Sea Rescue Association.
BASRA carried out a search,
but without results.
A police spokesman told
The Tribune that late on
Sunday it was reported that a
bod ha ben gtset rmte


A police launch was

disptce "'!0 se. but

spokesman said he expected
the search for the body would
continue today.


U eRG ED


MiniStef'S Wife Opens Catholic Fair
EDUCATION MINISTER LIVINGSTON COAKLEY was among the hundreds of
people who crowded the Catholic fair Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Coakley did
the honours and opened the fair. With the Minister is Bishop Paul Leonard Hagarty (right)
and standing next to him Mrs. Maxwell Thompson, wife of the Supreme Court Justice.
Centre is Sister Jean lannone. Looking on with arms on rail is Mr. Coakley's daughter-
Photo: Philip Symonette



Abortion,Iike infanticille, is a breach




Of 8011'S 18W, Says Bishop Halarty

"CATHOLIC TEFACHIlNG ON ABORTION is very clear ... all direct abortion, whether as a
means or as an end in itself is contrary to Divine law and admits of no exceptions," Roman
Catholic Bishop in the Bahamas Paul fronard H~aprty declared during a Family Life series of
discussions in January.


By NICKI KELLY
AN EFFORT BY THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE to hold the line on prices has
decision to devalue the Bahamian dollar to a one-for-one level with the U.S. dollar,




Cf00ked ISISMIGFS Without




pof Oer mailboat & air






CROOKED ISLANDERS, without proper mailboat and air service, are now without food.


been thwarted by its recent


Food stores. automobile
de alers and ge neral
merchandise retailers said that



on them asking for details on



:W daebenen ak t hkuld
prices down and we have done
so for the past month and
intend to do so as long as we
c rketa spokesman for City
He told TIhe Tribune his firm
was trying to keep prices level
by cutting down on costs.
The problem, however, is
the increased price of
European goods that are now
almost 15 per cent higher.
WIPED OUT
"The advantage of
preferential tariff on foodstuFfs
from the Unitedd Kingdom has
just about been wiped out by
the devaluation. It is quite
likely, therefore, there will be
more of a trend to buying U.S.
goods," the City Markets
representative said.
Merchants, particularly
those in the tourist trade who
must purchase from Europe,
aret cneerned dhat ay free e
poits. I s undrto h
government rst cosdrn


Bishop Hagarty's guidance
for Bahamians on the abortion
issue was backed by a February
13 statement by the U.S.
Na t ional Conference of
Catholic Bishops on the U.S.
Supreme Court's decision that
a woman's right to privacy
empowers her to decide to
terminate a pregnancy. That
decision was based on the
premise that a human fetus less
than three months old is not a
person in the terms of the U.S.
Constitution,
Declared the NCCB in its
direction to U.S. Catholics:
"Abortion is and has always
been considered a serious
violattoobna aGo' olraw n


prud there stto have a

of breaking God's Law.
"Moreover, in order to
emphasize the special evil of
abortion under Church Law,
those who undergo or perform
an abortion place themselves in
a state of excommunication.
FOUNDATION
Bishop Hagarty told
Bahamian parents at Holy
Family Parish last month that
while Catholic teachings on
abortion "may not answer all
relevant theoretical questions,
it is based on a sufficiently
solid foundation."
That foundation is laid
down in the scriptures, he said.
For those unwilling to rely
entirely on the scriptures,
Bishop Hagarty dealt with the
issue from a modern viewpoint.

havWitahk all ahee adacsc n f
study of G~od's ;ruth since the
revelations in Holy Scripture'
many times it has been
remarked how strange it is that
the precise moment of each
person's entrance into and exit
from life in this world remains
somewhat locked away in
mystery. These two moments
seem to be locked away in the
knowledge of God.
"Although we do not know
the exact moment when the
unborn child becomes a human
being in the womb of the
mother, it has throughout the
ages been the general belief of
all Christendom and of the
Jews that this instant comes at
the time the sperm of the man
fuses with the ovum of the
woman in other words, at
the moment of conception."


this sne kon n hs ient f
sterns to be a truism, the
diffehnceobetweenathe spea d



nh oeu rnshor hoe prum wid
they are united. On the other
hand, the fertilized ovum will
de elope un uress unoward


"It is not the function of
science to prove or disprove
when human life begins. It
seems, rather, that we should
ask ourselves how we should
behave in regard to our respect
for the fertilized ovum, which
seems certainly to be a human
being with all the potentials of
growth and formation from the
time of conception on."
The Bishop continued:
"' Regardless of one's
religious convictions or lack of
them we all must certainly
respect the rights of any
human being, whether born or
still in the womb.
"Hence the recent decision
handedS vvn byC the United



oi r t o n ne m o n h o e
pregnancy mus tbe revolting t
anyone who holds that the
unborn are human beings .
"To argue that woman has
a right to do as she wishes with
her own body is one thing to
say that she can attack or kill
the life of another is quite
another matter."
BEGIN?
Bishop Hagarty pointed out
that in dealing with the
abortion issue the basic
question is: when does human
life begin?
He said in October, 1967 a
group of authorities on
medicine, law, ethics and the
social sciences from around the
world met in Washington, D.C
and one of the first questions
they dealt with was when
human life began. He pointed

tose otedi g wre Ctehotlicos
dothee becisio -t the issue,
aoted he Bis 19t- e, was
quote by t Bsop
lde enmdajority f tour group
beoul thnno pomn mn time
btween te union of the
sperm and eggs and the birth of
the infant at which we could
say that this was not a human
iewe The c an atioccuring
bet~~~~~~ we mi t o
six-week embryo, a six-month
fetus, a one-week-old child or a
mature adult are merely stages
of development and
maturation.
Commented Bish op
Hagarty.
"There has not been, before
or since this meeting, a more
qualified body of natural
scientists who, as a group, have
so thoroughly discussed and



statement in modern times on
tsedn morlt yof abortion," he


drch t sh me n ofgo

be guarded with the greatest
care. Abortion and infanticide
are horrible crimesposiTis


WIT gg


Mr Cyril Tynes
(FNM-Crooked Island) told
The TPibune today that the
situation at Crooked Island is
"really serious." He has an
appointment .at 3:30 p.m.
today to discuss his distrieth ,
taskspdf~at~'ion problems- with'
the Hon. Darrell Rolle,
Miinister of Transport.
Mr. Tynes said that the last
delivery of foodstuffs to
Crooked Island was on
February 4. The m.v New Day
ieft Nassau on February 13 for
Crooked Island, Acklins, Long
Cay, Glarence Town, Long
I nail oad I dina.Howoe e

t miba ta ordn to r

to Inagua. Mr. Tynes thought


the weather was good enough
on the outward voyage to
make the scheduled call. On
the way back, however, the
weather, he said, was "too bad
and it was too rough" to stop
at Crooked Island. The New
Day landed food at ACklins,
which has neither dock n6r
airstrip. All mail and foodstuffs
have to be taken ashore by
dinghy.
Mr. Tynes was not certain
whether the mailboat stopped
at Long Cay, "as the only
reports I have had have been
'from Crooked Island."

chirmnL kf te FNMe bac

ae r t ed osa d cn Cat

the food shortage at Crooked


island*
He said the New Day was
having difficulty and had to
put into Clarence Town. She
arrived this morning with
"problems in her steerinS
mechanism." Despite this,
senior officer Robert
Garroway said the vessel was
"able to get to Nassau on its
own."
MISSED ISLAND
He said that on the trip out
the weather was rough and at
Crooked Island they "took a
risk" and landed the mailbag
and a couple of passengers by
the ship's dinghy on theN bach


er.Garr eay sade, the weather

Islan CaGoway said it was
hoped the New Day would
leave Nassau on Wednesday to
arrive at Crooked Island on
Friday.
Mr. Tynes said the mailboat
service to Crooked Island,
Acklins and Long Cay had
been poor ever since last May.
The New Day, formerly the
Sea Salvor, was unable to
adequately service the area as
she had too many islands on
her run. Several times, he said,
Mr. Clayton Taylor's boat the
Marcella has had to act as a
substitute.
The Crooked Island district
said Mr. Tynes, needs a boat of
its own. "There's 28 miles
from Long Cay to the nearest
point in Acklins he said
They are not islar ds that can
bhee sl neasther a dock nor
an airstrip at Acklins, he said.
"It is the only major island in
the Bahamas without an
airstrip," he added. However,
Crooked Island has both a
dock and an airstrip.
NO FLIGHTS


STANLEY Leon Smith, 18,
an unemployed resident of
Carew Street, was charged
today with the murder of
Joseph Finlayson, also of
CarmitStreet, on Februard 22
custody to M rch 5.
Accodring to lice re orts
Finalyson 8as in ured at his
home during a quarrel in which
several persons were involved
between I a.m. and 3 a.m.



Hn pithI strou noon
Saturday, a day before his 21st
bir~hday.




on IMrr AB A B A

"QUITE a lot" of marijuana
was discovered aboard a boat
that docked at Mathew Town,
Inagua, on Thursday, a police
spokesman said today.
The police officer said that
although the drug had not been
weighed, it had been brought
to Nassau.
Three Americans are
reported to be assisting police
in their investigations.


$110,555 INSIRAWCE


FRANK HANNA Janitorial
Supplies Ltd., Nassau Street,
has filed a writ with the
Registrar of the Supreme Court
against the Federal Insurance
Company, Collins Avenue, for
$110,555.04.
Represented by attorney
Ritchie Sawyer of the firm of
Sawyer and Knowles, the sum
claimed represents "the loss
suffered by the janitorial
supply company under a policy
insurance."
A writ has also been taken
out by attorney Randol F.
Fawkes on behalf of the
General Construe (ion
Company Ltd., against Dr.
Meyer Rassin. The claim is for
$56,965.95, said to be the
balance of monies due for

w r o a n exit r serv i ce s


Iedrd ad aeil


LAUDS PM s

UnBWEiw 5 suU L
PRIME MINISTER L nden
Pindli t's re t Cabinet
changes havM been ontr eted

demonst atng his
determination to make
independence work and his
capacity to meet the challenges
it will bring."
In an editorial in its Sunday
edition The Herald said that

Bh ma Islkandgoohesem d ~ .
They app at to be puttn t e


I iernted Jl 10. wl e
The editorial was headlined:
"Timely Shakeup in the
Bahamas." It named as "the
first major sign of promise" the
fact that the major political
parties have put partisanship
aside to meet independence in
umity.
"With the political climate
thus showing promise, Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling now
has shaken up his Cabinet to
bring equal promise to
economic prospects," The
Ilerald said.
"In doing so," it continued,
"he apparently has faced down
a challenge from within his
own Progressive Liberal Party
without causing a split in party
ranks at least not yet
"The major area of friction
inrim ileconomyto wch r st
foreign investment, had been in
res trictive immigration
practices. These had revolved
around what was widely
regarded as arbitrary and
capricious implementation of a
policy which simply calls for
Bahamians to have job priority
in the Bahamas."
"w e tHseralderno ic th t
customary in all nations, the
way it had been carried out
made it "unusual in the case of
the Bahamas."
The paper said that creation
of the new Cabinet position of
Ministry of Economic Affairs
makes the Prime Minister a
"superchief in that area."
"In his new responsibilities
the Prime Minister will directly
supervise the man formerly in

wha wil nw sre a rM ns

"Additionally, Mr. Pindling





Thane Heald said pmetheewe
other changes, but the

pri cio fnteeT involved


picto e has changed dra tically
since then*
The Bahamas Retailers and
Traders Association was
planning to outline its position
to the Price Cont rol s
Commission when the currency
change was announced.
Now they anticipate that all
European imports and those
from Japan will go up as much
as 15 per cent, which will,
inevitably affect china,
perfume, cameras, jewellery
and watches -- all big tourist
items
PRICE UP
The Toyota company of
Japan has already informed its
local distributor Economy
cars, that the price of Toyotas
has gone up 15 per cent-
Cars already in stock and
paat iorlat theopre-devalueat d
price. Cars on the dock or not
yet paid for will show the
inevitable mark-up, even
though they may be the same


a a agew w sw p anta re n et Mi itr




Hgh gcoo stIi W 55$1 5


PARENTS OF PRINCE WILLIAMS Baptist High School
students today asked the Ministry of Education to "look into"
the situation at the school, where the entire teaching staff has
been notified that their contracts will be terminated on April 10.


A letter requesting Ministry
intervention was delivered to
the Ministry's Shirley Street
headquarters this morning by
two parents, Mrs. Dorothy


Mo t ns eth t lte uic
The Ministry's Permanent
Secretary, Mr. Hugh Sands, was
in a meeting the women were
told. They .left the letter with
his secretary. They were asked
to telephone for a reply "in a
day or two."
The letter followed a stormy
meeting at the school's Blue
Hill Road campus Thursday
night between the Parents
Teachers Association and the
school's Board of Governors
who were invited to th
meeting to explaiin a January
10 memorandum notifying
teachers of the termination of
their contracts in three
months
ANGRY MOOD
Most parents entered the
meeting in an angry mood, and
left in the same frame of mind

elbr nB dledy pbelish





PERFUME


Stateme ts Bah the Board
and y th aamas Baptist
Missionary and Educational
Convention hve centred
around the contention that the

freemohe whole ea hig saf

months' notice of the
termination of all contracts.
SMrs. Butler told The Tribune
this morning that the letter was
written to the Ministry and
signed by a number of parents
"because we are not satisfied
with what we were told on the
22nd. The .only people who
could have been satisfied with
that are those who are not
interested in what is going on."
She said the letter "asks the
Ministry to look into this, as
they have scholarship students
there and they pay a grant of
65 percent of teachers'
salaries."
The controversial memo told
teachers that the three months,
notice before the termination
of their contracts. should be
considered a "moratorium."


or e a o ne tm d r n t a

Sn contract, the terms of

The choo Is sp sently in

medesy u oere Ioe edport
that a number of teachers will

rsul o thue emo adum oa

mav iteerpr ted as hvng fi d


models.
English cars already he
not paid for will cost (
i t ,,..rl. hL,


Ire but
dealers
r cent
he Car
d tb s
go uP

f the
mpany
know
be but
re will

ld be
-the
rate to
aid the


Flamingo Airlines, which "' "" ""
pproxae t reoesa per
had a twice weekly service, to moeAspkmafrt
Crooked Island, stopped all DaesAlcat r
flights to the settlement two
weeks ago, he said. The reason that prices would have to
given him by the airport on future shipments.
manager was that their Convair A rpeettv
aircraft needed a part, which Gra okwgnc
they had been unable to locate si h imddnt
in the United States. Flamingo wa h nraewud
could not use its Electa "it appears inevitable the
because the runway was too b nices.
short.He assumed it wou
"This makes the situation roughly 12.7 per cent
even worse," said Mr. Tynes, change in the B dollar I
"The people have no mailboat, the German mark, but st

ahe are pus naoff 1ro aon an nti w



AICTIG1 AT C.11. RAISS $23,500


an souge erou bid tomk
this event such an outstanding

solces an said. ome t" es
tidate t n autio w $,


eo al e enttt d r th
today that the money collected

omction held a over et
3ous~e00last Saturday was


~hr


~Lrir n


(ReggLY s with Peatmaste of ~bahae for passag -eeain withiUln the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


FINANCE MINISTRY EFFORT TO HOLD

DOWN LOCAL PRICES IS THWARTED


SBS% devaluation means






aRTS, RmOURaS, ch1HR


MUDE















r yl Wribitate ..........


Belgrave Auctioneers will continue selling at
Public Auction, a quantity of Miscellaneous
Goods, at Government Warehouse, AraWak
Cay tomorrow, Tues., Feb. 27 beginning at


"sONOLLU(h) LeAmrc a r Dover Cambodie was stepped
up Sunday, and heavy bombers were used for the first time in nearly a
month, military officials reported.


Coe allSs wee last employed over Cambodia on Jan. 29, according to
reSourcestat the Command said th increased air ac ivty Sundaymcame in
Cambodia."
splhere weredno U.S. aircraft operations over Laos Sunday, a Command

PAPER SUGGESTS ARAB OIL BOYCOTT
UnEIRUT (AP) -- Ara states she ld use their loil power tbo hI bc te
left-wing newspaper Al Mcharrer urged Sunday. It called on L~ibyan leader
Muammar Kadaf to arrange a summit conference of olkproducing Arab
states to discuss this.
Un d pSpe sadv Ite that punishmentn tdholdU to mtdt sutpronv th
Israel with arms and the means of destruction, it bears the responsibility
for the shooting down of the L~ibyan plane and for the loss of Palestine,"
said Al Moharrer, which often speaks for the Palestinian guerrillas.
aThe pae as et e tdhe t < dr c tlis the va s of olpo d d sta e
... without our oil the U.S. would collapse ..."
In the past, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, big oil producers, have rejected
any idea of an oil boycott.
SPECULATORS CAUTIOUS FOLLOWING "POST" REPORT
LONDON (AP) -- Gold dropped back from record prices in Europe
Monday and pressure against the battered U.S. dollar eased.
oune eaxtraor ar lelpi the gold priceeo I dllea a to 87dlasa
pushing the newly devalued dollar down to its permitted floor and
threatening another currency crisis, but the price of gold fell sharply at the
outset Monday, helping the dollar recover in some centres.
on e nedo Iol Ia uc to t3hedolrs an ouni ke8t5 dollars an
gold opened at 84 dollars an ounce, down two dollars from Friday's lte
price there-
Dealers here attributed the fall to a report in the Washington Post that
mrkt to brn th prc ddown. ne deae h eesai h report 'ad tsa r
the steam out of the gold market.
Dealers attributed part of the dollar's generally improved showing to the
andnoundeement7 from n a hingt n tham the U.S. trade deficit had been
The deficit had been a major cae e of this dollar wea,.ness that led to
the devaluation Feb. 12.

DE KLUTI N MADY COST SMALLeNATIONS $100 MILLION
1,000 million U.S. dollars ars a result nf the ite latoa ma osenasy mc i
this month, a top United Nations economic official warns.
U Nynn, Executive Secretary of the U.N. Economic Commission for
msi tod Ithe FardEastonE eFEtrn chd the warning in a message opening
(ACU).
U Nyun said that with the 10 per cent devaluation of the U.S. dollar and
the "appreciation of other currencies which now float, It is not
reasonable toassume that the loss will exceed 1,000 million dollars" in
He said developing countries had been 'gravely hurt' many times in
the last few years and much of their 'hard-earned money' had vanished
because of actions for which they were not responsible.
ALLOCATION EXERCISE IN UGANDA ENDS
KAMPALA, UGANDA (AP)- The distribution of Asian-owned
businesses to Ugandan blacks, which began four months ago, ended this
ocektndn whmnmpei eto tAmi no dni tle army officers heading the
Several thousand businesses left behind by Uganda's expelled Asians
have been transferred to Ugandans, and although a few businesses remain
unallocate Idthe nu rhris extremely smal nwcmite oaloaeay
businesses which had been overlooked if it appeared necessary.
The ending of the alloacation exercise conicides with the start Monday
of a nationwide programme to select new chiefs. It will be the first stage of
Spro oned an rpnun h hc 0 hdwill involve the creation of nine new


MA ( P)- eputed gOanlan fnOalnMi Meyer Lansky goes on trial
here Monday on contempt charges for allegedly refusing to answer a
Fede Git andg Jw smmos L. King ordered the trial Saturday after a
court-appointed doctor said LanskY, 71, was well enough to face a jury.
T tlral whashdelayeod earlier this year after Lansky was admitted to a
Lanky was subpoenaed to appear before the G;rand Jury in connection
with charges that meand 8ftws o ersa c spi cthe kim unta d pofi
Vegas, Nev. on those charges.
HUGHES HOUSE HUNTING IN CHANNEL ISLANDS
ST HELIER, JERSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS (AP) -Howard Hughes, the
American billionaire recluse, was reported today to be looking for a
hideaway home on the British island tax haven of Jersety.
"The word in the property market is that Mr. Hughes is house hunting
hwe, but as utsuai he is covering his tracks well," said one Jersey real estate
dealer.
"There has been a lot of speculation In some circles as to whether Mr.
Hughes will be coming here," a local government spokesman said.
Hughes has bcon holed up in strict seclusion on the ninth floor of the
Inn on the Park Hotel in London since fleeing to Britain from Nicaragur in
the wake of last December's earthquake there.
A Hughes aide is believed to have visited St. Helier recently amid
speculation that Hughes will buy one of two medieval manor houses on the
1.;market. Both are st in spacious grounds and well hidden from public view.
The cost would approach $2.4 million.
Jersey, which owes allegiance to the British Crown but is completely
self-overning, charges income tax at a top rate of only 20 per cent. In
consequence, it carefully checks potential immigrants, who must be
acceptable on social or economic grounds.
WIDESPREAD STRIKES TO BEGIN IliESDAY IN U.K.
strIO (AdayBon( ) 1aou 00moUnions prepare hM orna frnta

atop e ra n ina fm on ore Aday adh smaiing Tuesday will hit
state-owned BritWis rail and the London subway, possibly close hospitals
and schools, and threaten the civil service with a virtual standstill.
11m disruptions will be In addition to a go-stow by gas workers, now in
'1 ti we ad sorkeb t jusk d ier .nthe English Midlands which


Br esltant leader chargd theh
responibililty for what they called
Norther Irelad's bloodiest year
"since the f1th century."
The Ulster Unionist Counnon.
governing body of Northern
er ~ chg tin tr a t 9 : ar


___ __


WONDERFUL SELECTION
OF GIFTS FROM
,, THE ORIENT
















+t 1


SWPP





$gst of Rawson Sq., Nelxt to ChinStes Vt~lage Rice House
90. Bez N 1411 -- Bay Stnect, Nassu, Barhrams Ph. 2-1179


BaTelCo invites building contractors to submit tenders for the
construction of a single storey Central Office Building (Approximately
1000 sq. ft.) at Rock Sound, Eleuthera.


Copies of contract documents including drawings and specifications
may be collected from the Engineering Office, Chase Manhattan
B Idmng Oakes Field, Nasscau or Station Manager, Rock Sound,


Sealed tendons or wri'ttn inability to tender should be sent to the
General Manager, BaTelCo, P. O. Box N-3048, Nassau so as to arrive no
later than Mlarch 8, 1973.


for women's vote; a-ze. .,uor Sud,
-kt at )vgoffer payments to the
g indiles of victhers of the Libyan
backs contracts on rymanitine



DUBLIN, IRELAND ( P)- w eal for wmen, including c m oaths ovrmets ely
an end to the longstanding ban on contraception was unveited AS spokesman sid the word
Sunday as part of Prime Milrnste Jack Lynch's election package. "ccresti was de iea tely
Main points on theplan, the or Lower House, is a goi~t for the incidnt. Ex gratia
product of a government SS-year-old soft-spoken asan~utO lddast edesa
committee on the status of attorney. His campaign method sho down a Lib an 727 after the
women, would ban sex is to shake every hand in sight aironer yhaed ocpoust inda o
discrimination and require and to appeal for solid backing th Sus Const. Of the I13 persons
equal pay for equal work over as the party of experience. aboard 106 died when the plane
five Years. The opposition made crashed.Eypan ovrmn
Insistence that women retire undoubted progress last week adopted Saturday undisclosed
when they get married, still with its concentration on living reoutn an a dnl bh Imolwns
enforced by some Irish costs and Ireland's low woe thea federal pa reliament o
government departments, standards of social welfare. Egypt, Syrls and Ltby calledafor
would be declared illegal SWITFpHES ISSUES V"C1'. DCte orle Momin Ade
The most radical proposal In mid-campaign Lynch was Kdad Hatem said "the Cabiket has
would have the government set forced to switch issues, stop d *tssd measurhn tob akn ct o
up family planning centres talking about his record of committee b Isae."He idno
throughout Ireland and "make keeping Northern Ireland's speMl o twhthsemaue
available all the requirements troubles for the most part out The pane tra dy was also
needed by families which have of the Republic. He outbid the a nsd the tap rlciid atthAn ar
decided on planning." opposition in pledging to width hes top arides at the war
This would require change abolish "rates," local taxes councl, the Middle East news
in the 1934 law that bans levied on houses. agencyreported.th Feea
import, sale or advertising of This switch took even party Paribment,mwhich ost tw df its
contraceptives. organizers by surprise. It L mesn morol minister psales
It would also likely forced the scrapping of a Bouwelsir an Hassanr Gaehan
encounter opposition from the million campaign leaflets called on ah Arab countries to
Roman Catholic church, to attacking the opposition pledge aveg sh suootn I obyln oa k
which 95 per cent of Ireland's to phase out rates as a costly passengers.
population belong. pipedream. toohel vsae ofne ad rcet
The 1.8 million electors vote The strong point in the and children, clearly revealing the
Wednesday, to choose their opposition campaign, pressed e %do Isteand e tthe nanu ef
govrnmntforthenet fve home by Fine Gael leader Liam said.
years. Lynch's Fianna Fail Cosgrave, is its pledge to "Let us take the lesson from this
Soldiers of Destiny party abolish the European-type he 'odm~ bidein t uitom our
was clearly bidding for the value-added tax on food. order to destroy Zionist
women's vote. Both Lynch's party and the arros ac toe statcmen added. i
Garret Firtzberlands opposition promise higher co posed of 201 members from
spokes an for the opposition children's allowances, old age on Tsir and sean~s~
Fine Ge Ii Prty pensions and other social ports throughout t the Aabds
denounced publication of the benefits. countries are scheduled to go on an
committee report as "a panic In the 1969 election Lynch hour-long strike Wednesday in
measure enforced by the took an outright majority of LlmiPntPc orthe victimso th
massive swing of popular 74 seats, but this has been 120Gtrk hduI
op inion a against the whittled away to 69. make the world feel the necessity
government." Now 329 candidates are of taking a firm stad abains Isaeli
His party, which has contesting 143 seats in 42 pirc md S bet labry sea rr
combined with the constituencies. Parli~amentary workers union.
union-backed Labourites in Speaker Cormac Breslin has Lib a's minister of information
hope of forming a national already been declared elected eW VIlbbran addrlinra
coalition, already has made a to the 144th1 seat. 'preateditated mass murder.


crolone them ieta War and
tht resre n as untdN ~on put
"I have always maintained that
anited Sae lenghef aous stay "
Air Force MaJ. Jon A. Reynolds
"'nd in his flt wsm ctg'"'" c
Vietnamese Feb. 12.
hink oua tof esdi lson,
the war did in fact, as Jon just
*xpressd, prolong our stay there,..
exchoded Maj. Norman A.
Mcnanies.
sou sncer it be81tteve th it N1war a
Vietnlamee," Reynolds sad of the
wr protests. "I really believe that.
"I believe that they believed It
Rynoads wd, 's d fom toms rans n
they put some kind of hope in that.
And that's why I speak
unfavouarbly of the antiwar
moil t th men were critical of
the civilian war protesters, they
would not comment on fetlow
prisoners who made antiwar
sttm t, e ceptusthat M Dudiel
that the circumstances were quite
different between the civilians and
the captive American prisoners of

hHolwever,thateynol chsaid o
homecoming will tend to draw the
country together."
"I feel that theME s much unity
and strength, although certain
Americans might feel differently -
and certainly we have the freedom
of beliefhand epreseaon, McDant l
lengthened his captivity, "I think
that's one of the things that helps
to make our country great and
stro 8, checks and bdala ces.'Nxns
conduct of the war including the
resumption of heavy bombing in
North Vietnam last year and the
mnilu of Helphong har wu. Then
information filtering Into their
prison camp.
"I was able to observe. from my
verydlimited vantage point,Roel thde
said, "and I was very pleased with
the way President Nixon conducted
it.We were able to observe the
events of last year," Reynolds
explained. "We heard about the
invasion from hthe Nrts tanN the

responded to this. Speaking for
myself, I was elated.,,
McDanel said he was "very
rs med eca se Ieto thbto btw
byfar one rfthe major st ps to be

WHY PRAISE

presrd nt Ntheonwhson m 'e,
E cDaniel said, "because we feei
~that he was instrumental in putting
eng pr sue 'on the enemy to
aMcDanicl salld Itheeprsnr weno a
several months before it actually
carne.
to aom chagrsio engm in ltth
Paris negotiations," Mc~aniel said.
"We received limited information
from the North Vietnamese, and
primarily from some of the later
shot-downs (downed fliers who
wer captured)."
On the question of amnesty for
desertters and draft evaders,
McDaniel said "I have a personal
opinion," McDaniel said. "And that
is that if a n ldividual is a citizen of
country and he enjoys the
privileges and the rights of a
country, then he should be willing
to share in the trsponsibuilite."
McDaniel, 35, was an electronics
warfare officer on an EB-66C shot
down by a Communist missile on
July 0 196. Ryn dse} as 5
donby ground fire on Nov. 28,

of my were are in the dfrst wave
Both I uderon mdical
checks and dbrtnegoint a medical
centre at Andrews Air Force Base.
They are listed as being in good
physical condition.


South Viet attacks

WASWINGTON (AP)--A top Pentagon spokresmn,
Major-General Daniel James, has refused to link tin failrue of the
Communist side to deliver an expected lit of P-O-W releases to
troubles Sunday in Hue and Da Nang. James said the list stilB is
expected tomorrow.


ban on sex discrimination one
of its pl tfoem la outigh

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BEL FAS T, NO RTH ERN
b dE~d Dn aA Lodondeal0- enosp a
of n yth t ephio pof ablowmn
apparently planted as an ambush
for British troops.
Gordon Gallagher was playing
with friends near his home in the
Roman Catholic Creggan District of
Londonderry, a stronghold of the
illegl Irish Republican Army.
Residents said the boy stepped
either on the mine or tripped over
wires attached to It. He was taken
to a local hospital for emergency
surgery.
An army patrol that went to the
scene was attacked by a crowd of
300 Catholics hurling bricks and
bottles. Troops fired rubber bullets
to disperse them.
The soldiers later defused
another mine found in the same
area.
"Both mines clearly were planted
tr the IRA as n amansh for ou

tomphete iadph forehxuan pnlfoof
Tw bombs were thromwe at h.1
Great Victoria Street. The
proprietor put out the firt fire, but.
the second attack destroyed the
place. There were no casualtiesr.


He also mentioned the mob
outbreaks and said four
Communist delegates were
injured seriously at Hue. The
demonstrations apparently
were sanctioned by Saigon but
got out of hand.
The North Vietnamese have
tied t~he next U.S. prisoner
release to the question of the
Saigon government releasing
civilian political prisoners at
the same time. The next
prisoner exchange had been
expected tomorrow. But the
North Vietnamese now
indicate it will be at least
Thursday before the second
large group of P-O-W's is freed.
American officials in
Vietnam are still hopeful of a
last-minute move to release the
men tomorw h wvr
ROATo ver.
In Paris also the possibility has
emerged that the chairmanship
of the Vietnam International
Conference may rotate among
the four members of the
cease-fire control commission
Another possibility is that
France, the host country,
might act alone.
However, it is understood
the U.S. expects acceptance of
a chairmanship on a rotating
basis. Canada is saia to have
suggested the system. The
appointment of France is not
given much of a chance
because all 13 parties to the
conference would have to
approve. And South Vietnam is
wary of such a role for France.
North Vietnam has vetoed
U.N. Secretary-General Kurt
Waldheim.
In Paris the first session of
the international Conference
on Vietnam lasted two and a
half hours today. Six of the 13
chief delegates spoke at the

St e Roers C a a
warne the assembled foe g

International Commission of
Control and Supervision.
CANADA TO QUIT?
Canada says it will bow out
unless a stronger internat on l

30th,
Canadian foreign minister
Mitchell Sharp says individual
member-nations of the ICCs
should be able to report
violations. At present no
violation can be reported
unless the four nations agree
unanimously. And Sharp says
there has to be an international
authority to which to report
the violations, rather than just
informing those accused of
committing them.
The next session of the
conference was set for
tomorrow.
The North Vietnamese have
denied a charge by the Saigon
government that they have
movedh a t-irt rnf o sie
of South Vietnam since the
truce began. The North
Vietnamese spokesman in
Saigon says the missile
batteries wtre in the Khe Sanh
area before the cease-fire. \


Sunday, the Communist side
failed to give the U.S. a list of
Americans scheduled for
release this week in North and
South Vietnam or to fix a
specific day, time and place to
hand them over.
The Chief North Vietnamese
spokesman said the Communist
side sympathizes with the
American families involved.
But he indicated one major
problem still unresolved is the
dispute between the
Communists and South
Vietnam over the release of
Vietnamese civilian prisoners.

Cashelas chief s





PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA
sA) sip spto cl ador n liTamn
President Lon Nol for national
reunification because, he said
Sunday, the President refused to
wiehim the necessary powers and
In Tam, head of the Democratic
Party, said in an interview at his
home, that Lon Nol appointed him
Wahington's demand tha tpee
broaden the political base of his
one-party regime.
In Tam's resignation Saturday
sesist cel toe eU.S.okemands ohas
he parcel out some of the power he
shares almost exclusively with his
younger brother, Cabinet Minister
and Mrig. Gen. Lon Non.bbrnng
opposition leaders into his
government, Lon Nol would make
then Cornmunist-ledthCambodian
Vietn mese supporters mrth
amendable to discussions toward
ending Cambodia's three-year-old
With the Lon brothers running
the government, In Tam said, only
"a magic wand" can bring peace
bTkheo Cam e-old populist

f tahe dPro nenc No the mue IP5
nationwide. He charged that Lon
Nhe b sc to is f cyng ot h
duties, but also insisted on
subordinating him to Lon Non.
diReliablec Cambodianr andftre
week tphe ailing P asddent lnd

Party chief Sisowath Strik Matak to
the Vice Presidency in a few days,
then go to the United States for
medical treatment .
paayed by atroke to yars
paray as 7
agThe sources said Americans
pressured Lon Not with thek
$25 million annual aid prohgramom
thata ne govrnmet headed b
tShatkaMnawk mndinm ding In Tam
would take the necessary
Th hmaamep sources said
publication of their remarks as
created an uproar in the Cambodlan
government. Lon Nold perhaps to
save face, has said h oes not p a
to po abroad, and the tape altrme
into limbo.dboh
MIn eTam, who e rlor served bthe
Ln Noo, ad he hd upkdw hon the
reunification job.
A Ibctor" of bl os ,c an
region of Cabda m ahc of
rp roch ment without political
interference.


_ __~ ~________


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WhrP Wribunt
NVuLLms ADDICNUS UZRARB IN VERBA MAGISTR
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmcas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubitakr/lEditor 1 903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCHO.B.E Y.r.S.G.,D.Litt.. LL.D.
Pubaster/Eddror l91 71972
Corrttrurkag Editorl972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M Sc., B.A.', LL.B.,
Pub~ltdar/Editorl972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Bok N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Monday, February 26, 1973.


EDITORIAL


I~rat ir eROugh 4


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the sixth article in a series I am writing on the
all-important question: What Is Enough? Where lies wealth?
Where is happiness to be found? They tell about life with my
mother and are a continuation of three stories I wrote on this
su ject at September.)
1 HAVE written this instalment in the series twice before but
I will do it again today for the benefit of new readers of this
column .
**~e**l*****
I must have been very young when my mother took me on a
visit to the Fred N. Bowe family on their large estate at the
Forest, Exuma
somkhno Imy brotheermand s seers must also have been there but
I remember all the Bowe family and my mother, of course, but
I seemed to run almost wild over this broad scope of land ...
except for Kezzie, a native of the settlement. "Kezzie" was short
for Melchizedek of Biblical fame.
I have never been able to accurately fix Kezzie's age at that
time. I don't think he knew it himself. He seemed to be a big man
in my childish eyes.
All I know is that when I later held his hand to help him learn
to write his ABC's for the first time, my tiny hand covered only
the knuckle of the thumb on his right hand.
Because of the precious shortage of clothing material he wore
what was then called three-quarter-britches, meaning that his
trouser legs ended mid-way between his knees and ankles.
Kezzie was horribly crippled. When he walled one knee rubbed
against the other. Everyone said he was knock-kneed but many
years later I was to leamn that he was injured in child birth. These
legs were to plague him to the end of his life.
Somehow Kezzie attached himself to me. He was with me
constantly and looked after me like a watch dog.
My mother noticed that I was not eating all my meals and that
when I thought no one was looking I was sneaking food out of the
house for my friend. After that she fed Kezzie. We had our meals
together.

The Bowes lived in a manor house on the top of a rising. It was
not a large house but it was a survival of the type of ranch house
built by Loyalists who left their cotton estates in Virginia and
settled in the Bahamas at the time of the American War for
Independence.thE mg nia1sanoe .of the islands chosen for

At the bottom of the rising ground .... about a thousand yards
from the manor house .... was the settlement. These people were
rh tiescepndants of slaves and worked the Bowe estate as

They lived in the original slave huts. These were small
two-roomed thatched huts. The doors in these buildings were so
low that a tall man would have to stoop to enter.
The compound was surrounded by a low rubble-stone wall
without a gate. People in this settlement jumped the wall like
goats to enter and leave.
There were never any visitors to these people except young
men on the hunt for girls. The girls welcomed these visitors. They
f'elt it was an honour to give their bodies to men from the manor
house. As a result the Bowe name has been spread far and wide in
the colony.
Female visitors to the manor house from the outside never
went into the compound.
**9****9****
The day after my mother arrived at the Forest she jumped the
wall. She paid a visit to these people every day after that, reading
and talking with them.
There were no schools in the settlement and so this was the
first time many of these people saw a book, apart from a Bible in
the Baptist church which even the Minister himself could not
read. It was there because a church was not complete without a
Bible. ....

Kezzie was almost like a watchdog. He never took his eyes off

mele earned his living as a sponger and had made many trips on
Sthe Mud to hook sponges but, although he had been to Nassau
many times, he had never ventured beyond the Sponge Exchange,
located on the dockside at the foot of Frederick Street.
He was scared. Kezzie was scared of almost everything,
:'especially obeah, ghosts and policemen.
***++*+****


We went to Exuma for a month. My father missed my mother
Sso terribly that after two weeks he shut down 7The Dibunte and
_:joined us. That's how I know that my brother and sisters must
Shave been there too.
They decided to make a trip to George Town. There was a dirt
road between the Forest and George Town but there was no
Other means of transportation than by horseback. My mother had
never ridden a horse and the Forest horses were too wild for a
beginner. And so they made the trip in a small sail boat. The boat
was too small to accommodate luggage and so they sent a trutnk
~ rand. re i n olu e h fo heao f setan e uan~d a giant of a
Wh~en their visit to George TownI ended they returned to the
Forest by the same means.
:fEverything went well except the fact that, on the return
bourne George completely disappeared with the trunk. No one
Could figure out what had happened to him.
No one in the village went out in search of George because
ihy ee saed The spr fmadi th i e e shad lst his

f: Days later George staggered up to the house with the trunk on
ZI his head. His clothes were wet and torn to shreds, his flesh was

walked this road hundreds of times in his li me
It was all very simple'
A man had died in George Town the night before George set
; out for the Forest. The dead man had the reputation of being an
: ovil person.


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Monday Fetruary 26 1 3


t- DITIOR. The ~I ribune.
Many of the youths in this
country are shawly buckling
under the pressures exerted by
this society in which we live'
pressures that we didn't create
and find hard to compntrehend
by oulrselves,
Some of us have to he
rudely awakened from our
unrealistic wotrlds of
self-delusioln and see life as it
really is. Soicitt y is asking and
sometimelrs demnanding respect
from the youngl people of this
country, but In urlln refuses to
respect the dessires an1d wishes
of the youth. It is Iso easy for
them to condemnn us but would
soci ty so easily condemn

We are whiat we are today
because you made us this way.
We came intor the world and
me ct ~corrupioicn. hatred,
jealousy, prejudilcce and all the
other ills. W'e hiad no other
choice but to, adopt your vices
because that wasir all we knew.
Youl have T;ltreted the drug
problem amlong youth. You
have created the "Hoys on the
Blocks". Yet you wonder why
we don't respect~ you! Is it so
hard to understand why?
It is necessary at times to
tell it like it is. We are not
destructive, we are forced to be
destructive. We, andf I think I
express the feelings of the
majority of youth, want to
explore oulr own po~tentials. We
eant rtomlv r bt ter rl e. Nt a

nihe spir ual olif hiwth an
than human,
Most of us aren't even sure
what is "right" or what is
"wrong" any~more. None of the
bitterness of life concerns us.
None of the heartaches and
suffering of the less fortunate
is any concern of ours. Because
to us none of this is real, unless

Societocs~eemsuts hav ose e
its mind to the realities of life
and only responds when
individuals refuse to conform
to, the selfish world created for
us.
It is timie for society to
examine itself. Examine the
values you have created for us,

thel beu hre whe y anre g>We


needs the genuine support and
concern of all to created
nation.
STEPHEN E. PLAKARIS
P. O,. BOX N-124
Nassau.


But now that you have the
oporunty to try and
evalulate the Fituation, help us
to imnpro~ve ourselves before it's
too late
I'he youth of this country


thev excetct these employees to
work~ tor thet Same money that
they could two years ago, with
thle c~ost of living going up
everv da\'? Myv God what has
happened to these business

< ~n neeiic ll'' lave they ha
Itheir co~nsc~ien~cs cut out?
They) should remember that
they\ iannotl carry it with them
to, Hell because that ts where
they are going. The Bible says
Heft thait aIppresseteh the poor
to, !.nn riihes\1;1 shll srely cc-me
!Io want It sJa c the poor manl
usedt :!nd~ he was takecn by the
Angeb~ inito Abrahaml's bosocm.
hcing6 in Hleaven.
Gocvernmeint should make
others emlploye'rs s raise the staff
eacih \car If they can t raise let
them go~ out oft business
LEON RUSSEILL



FRE EPO RTER

ASKS FOR

A CH ANCE

I;DITORK, The Tribune.
TIhe re~action o~f the F~reeport
scommunitv to the recent
kidnapping dramia drew praise
from the Police and from Mr.
G;eoffrey Jo~hnstone. In
particular, Mr. Johnstone was
quoted as saying that
Fret < rts cm unity spirit in

thing I have ever experienced."
There has been a strong
community spirit here in
Freeport since its creation in
the mid to late 1950's. It has
carried us through the "bend
or break" cra. It was our silent
answer to the accusation that
tree ort hdwhjo soulwI cha

the boomn years fade to doom
w~ars. It has strengthened us
when we have ha toclhidl

friend departing this island. It
is here now.
In spite of all the knocks
and brick-hats Freeport has

iufr d during cent years,

something tan ible, something
you can touch or see. It is a
delnareactaon bred often
Perhaps this may explain
why F~reeporters responded as
iney did to the Spencers'
o~rdeal.
All we ask is the chance to
apply tluis spirit to the renewed
development of Freeport to

tahama bene nf all theoBah in
islands.
Are we to get that chance?
THE UNKNOWN FREEPORTER
Freeport,
F~eb. 20, 1973.


1 DITOR( Tlhe `Tribune,
Will \ou kindly give me t
SPace In !'our letter column to
answer one of the ZNS

About two, week\ ago I
heard une it ten anriur cr

the de~vl abou~lt the slackness tf
employees o~n their jobs
According~ to ho~w he asounded
his emplaterl~' must treat hinT
goo'd an&i~ give himr g~od
advanrces~ in walge\ If hie was
getting snmeir oft the wag~s
man\S iif these emlrPlo' ees get

somle tlfrms forl years he tcoo
woullld he slack o~n his jtb
A short time a;go, I wotrked as
the sole boo~rkkeeper of a
certain firmn he~re in Nassau I
knew nust how muich the Iirm
was mak~ing yea';rly I knew~ all
the wages~ of the staff A4fter
the two~ years wereT ulp I askedt
the Htns for a raiise in wages
flet told meit that the firm could
not afford it So I told him to
go eto hell aIndrI cl ernyluh" s use t udayge af ou

any where else b'caultSe jobs are
scalrce. And this is the way
they are keeping the e~mploees
tied to their jo~bs with a
pittance wage while they go
rich.
This job that I was on. what
I was getting should have been
one of the clerk's pay. Some of
ritsitaff rh rt bee t re .3.
some not missing a day since
they had started working there
and yet they had never had a
raise in wages. Every time they
threaten to qluit he will read
the phrase to~ them.
What is there more
discouraging to employees than
this sort of thing? Hfow can


THE BAHAMAS has been
selected as the host country
fo the sixth annual
conference of the Association
of Canadian Distillers and the
West Indian Rum and Spirits
Distillers Associatson.
The five-day conference,
comprising 40 delegates, is
being held at the Loew's
Paradise Island Hotel, where
the visitors are also staying.
Six observers from the United
Kingdom are attending-
Distillers throughout
Canada and a number of
Caribbean islands arrived over
th frweekendhicforophen


toTa Bahamas Spirits and
8 eer Manu fact ur ers


Association is being
represented by its chairman,
Mr. Orfilio Pelaez.
Mr. Pelaez, who is also
chairman of Becardi
Bahamas, said the annual
meetings are intended to
stimulate trade between the
two countries.
He pointed out that
Canada accounts for 30 per
cent of the Bahamas' rum
sales.
Shown from left are: Mr.
G. R. Herrington, president
of the Canadian Distillers
Association; Mr. A. F.

Loammm t et embers eI n. A
Ba adi itreasurerisoil te
Association; Mr. G. A.


Beaudion, secretary of the
Association and Mr. Orfilio
Pelaez, Bacardi's chairman
here, who was at the airport
to meet the visitors Thursday.

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Greenfield, New York City,
Ticket No. 57694
Washing Machine Cabrena
Edwards, Cox Street, Fox Hlill,
Ticket No. 03214
Ticket for two to
Luxembourg -S Jerlean
Symo et Minnie St., Ticket


George declared that this man's spirit had taken hold of him
and sent him rambling through briar bushes and across water
holes and deep ponds. It wasn't until after the spirit agreed to
release him that he was finally able to get back home!
**********
I was broken hearted when the time came for us to return to
Nassau. I look back on the month at the Forest climbing trees
and running free with Kezzie as one of the happiest experiences
of my whole life.
When my mother saw how unhappy I was she agreed to adopt
Kezzie and bring him to Nassau with us.
She had a building in the backyard which she had used as a
wash room. She would house him there.
tIt is interesting to recall that during the first world war .... after
my father had died .... my brother Gilbert could not find
two-pounds a month to pay the rent on a two-storey building in
Market Street where Dr. Esfakis' offices are now located. He
moved Tlhe TDibune to this building. A picture of it appears in my
book The kibune Story. ).....

Kezzie was quite an experience in the big city. He found it
difficult to break into shoes and he shaved with the sharp edge of
a broken glass bottle.
He marked X's on the windows and doors of the house to keep
the sperisp as) ougt at ni .edhe turned his clothes inside out.
This was to fool the sperrids who, seeing the inside of the clothes'
would think they were empty.

One nghtmy faz r ws wokin laste t his offiacen mhe citd. M
mother sent Kezzie with a mattress on a wheelbarrow so that he
might catch a nap on the mattress on the floor during the night.
When Kezzie didn't turn up at the office my father sent
someone out to look for him. They found the wheelbarrow and
mattress parked in the middle of the road near the Nassau Public
Library. Kezzie was nowhere in sight.
They finally found him hiding under his bed.
What had happened?
Very simple. Kezzie saw a policeman walking on the sidewalk,
coming in his direction. ****

At that time I was a student at the Boys Central School. I had
just graduated from the ABC class, which occupied a tier of
benches at the eastern side of the room to a class with individual i
desks.
My mother sent Kezzie to school with me.
(1 keep on referring to "my mother" but I always spoke of her
as "MY mama" with such emphasis on the "MY" that it annoyed
some people. "You must think you are the only person in the
world who has a nmama, boy", even adults upbraided mec
sometimes. I knew there were other mamas in the world but I
really felt that there was no other mother like "MY mama".)
Kezzie had never seen a book in his life and so this big man had
to sit on the benches with the baby class and learn his ABC's. He
didn't seem to mind.
My class was at the other end of the room. But Kezzie could
see me. Every time I looked across the room he had his eyes glued
on me. The best description I can give of Kezzie at that stage in
his life is that he was like a one-man dog whose whole life was
centred on his master.

Reggie Cates was the teacher in my class. The Cates' were a
white family who owned the house on Dowdeswell Street which
was later bought by Thad and Rita Toote.
You can see from the house that they were a substantial
family. With a very few exceptions, this house was among the
beti h sadi hs asOne day ... I must have done something wrong because Reggie
Cates cracked me on the head with a wooden pin from
blackboard. This wasn't any thing unusual because children were
physically disciplined in school in those days.
Cates didn't hit me hard. It was a light tap. But Kezzie saw

whQ d aeily Kezzie let out a roar like a wild bull and camne
charging across the room at Reggie Cates. In spite of his physical
handicap he made surprisingly good speed.
The next thing I knew Reggie Cates was flying through the air.
This was one of the prettiest pieces of pra-pra 1 have seen in my
whole life
Kezzie was expelled from school. And thereafter "My mama"
tagt him at h
taThis weriaes wilm te completed tomorrow when the Kezzie story
will be continued.)


THIE ANGLICAN Christian
Women's Association and
members of the Vestry gave a


Cuc ath ura for ns
newly-installed Dean W. J
Granger, Mrs. Granger, and his
paiFhon aenorking ~Tuesday it
was a splendid turnout and
included some young children,
the choir boys, Mrs. Taina
Jones, in a wheel chair with her
leg in a plaster following a fall


And evsenithhe Dea 's mothe .

release from the Associat on
said.

Fathe an o lrs. ;adnsger Ith
water grace fell tho
and turkey and assorted
beverages." the release said
Father Granger said that


after his installation cereun ny

his first service in the church
on Sunday. he had nlo doubt
dhathe tand hhs etf 1 e e
said. and eh would return htr

Church would become the
model Anglican church in the
Diocese,
Trhe iced "welcomec cake
was cut. "And." adderd the
release. "in the warm
atmosphere there was no doubt
in anyone's mind that the right
aTu i r thwetexacting ebsl o
Weatherhead's bo of D 1n of
Christ C~hurcsh Cathedr la had
been found right here in the
Bahamnas.'


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illegal drug in another part of
the warehouse.
The dogs and their trainers
underwent an eight-week
training course at the
Metropolitan Police Dog
Training Establishment at

bet (nng Machn 23t st U.K .
Lee is one year and ten
months old, and Duke a

mS hp rd endent CID
Dudley Hanna said the dogs
would be used for "snap"
inspections at ports of entry,
street patrols and to search
suspected premises.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


POLICE CORPORAL
Lloyd Deveaux stands by
giving encouragement to
Golden Labrador "Lee" as
the canine detective
demonstrated his
drug-detecting talent for the

P reho se tat C sa
International Airport Friday.
It took Lee less than three
min tes so find a "stash"

by CID officials for the
demonstration. Lee's partner
"Duke encouraged by
handler Constable Phillip
Stubbs, demonstrated his
own abilities at finding the


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i But he shaved wit a H Fhl AYe heco
'Twas the manner of Primitive Man.

***+*+*****
Innocent is the heart's devotion
With which I worship thee.


- AND


Whe 5tibune


A cry from a boy on the blocks


ASKS FOR BETTER WAGES


Bahamas hosting distillers' meeting


Anglican women give reception


for new W 688


DOG DRUG SNIFF ER





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WANTT TO BUY OR SELL PROPE RTY?
Call or see FRED KANITSCH
NELSON FERG~USON
ANZLO STRACHAN with

GROSHAM PROPERTY
LIMITED D
Serving the Bahamas since 1947
in Property Sales and Management
107 SHIRLE:Y ST. next to Sassoon
House Phone 27662 or 28966


1973 TELEPHMEII



The THOMPSONY BOULEVARD BRANCH of
BARCLAYS BANK INTERNATIONAL LTD. in
the OAKES FIELD SHOPPING CENTRE advises
Its customers & friends that its correct telephone
number is:







36 55







Inquiries and mail should be directed to Besco's
temporary office, phone 2-4230,and .'. O. Box ES6208.
The Directors of Besco deeply regret any inconvenience
in service and operation due to the recent fire which
totally destroyed the premises and stock.
Payments on account will be received at the old East
Street store, where the records are held.




NOTICE
ammI mmmm

BAHAMAS INDUSTRIAL

GASES LTD.


will be closed for their annual stock -taking

on Thursday March ist.1973 and until

1p.m.0n Friday March 2nd.


DURING THIS PERIOD WE WILL BE UNABLE
TO MAKE ANY SALES OR DELIVERIES.


On West Bay Street by The Grove and close
to the Beach.
The house is built around a large patio in a
secluded garden with a private entrance at the
rear of the property to a separate garage.
The accommodation comprises: three large
bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious living
room with adjoining dining room, a Bahama
room and a large kitchen. Own rainwater tank
For sale at $65,000.00 fully furnished or for
rental on a long lease. Telephone: 34317





TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT STOVE AND REFRIGERATE
FOR OUR BRAND NEW ONES.
Apartment size Gas Stove and Refrigerator, mncludi
instalin g and Gas -

For Only agg~00 DOWN PAYMENT


Director talks on Bahamas Handbook
MONDAY NIGHT INTERVIEW In a pre-recorded session ZNS host Carl Bethel
interviews Mrs. Etienne Dupuch, Jr., editorial director of the Bahamas Handbook, the
Bahamian book which has achieved world-wide recognition. During the programme, Mr.
Bethel asks her about the "4-day-miracle" mentioned by the publishers In their publicity
material. The interview will be heard at 8 o'clock tonight on ZNS's Book and Drama Club
programme*
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His friend wants


RUIUI II LU

OF MURDER
JAMES ALLEN, accused of
murdering a fellow taxi-cab
driver after a fight at 12 p.m.
on August 12 on Lincoln
Boulevard, was acquitted by a
Supreme Court jury which
retired for an hour and 53
minutes Friday afternoon.
"'ted ws unanimously
anur er and found no rg ilty
by an 8 to 4 verdict of the
lesser charge of manslaughter.
The jury was delayed in
reaching its verdict because of
the illness of jury foreman
George G~ibbs of Boyd Road.
Marg reth Hsita wenP h a
an attack of fits.
Opening before Mr. Justice
Samuel Graham Tuesday,
Allen, a 35-year-old Coconut
Grove taxi-cab driver was
accused of stabbing Paul Cash,
36, on August 12 causing him
to develop a sub-phrenic
abscess which resulted in his
death at the Princess Margaret
Hospital on August 30.
Allen, led in his testimony
by counsel Henry Bostwick,
O0R t old the court that he was not
aware that his nren he~ad b
ing that "someone got hurt" after
noticing that there was blood
on a knife he held in his hand
whon hem pdus M aCash aw y

ness clred prosecuti n
electrician, of assisting Cash in
beating him up after he
demanded that Cash return a
$10-bill taken from him earlier
at th A~mbr Rooa a(lub.ows

Hotel bell-captain testified
*yesterday that he saw the
accused and Cash arguing and
that Allen had been pushed
nside the car by h m. He said
dden tlo outno "theeaccused
su denl g o f heh carkan
mash no hr push back at

down ad pik d ay ho jc
Burrows who accompanied
Cash, was also standing near
xi- cacused outside the
Mr. Hanna said his reason
for being on ha seejuT~ wa
home on Lincoln Boulevard
afte tryn to tele hn a
tax -cabryinHe saw Alen'a
taxi-cab while walking on to
Wulff Road and was told it was
available for hire
ll When he approached Allen.
pahe said he assumed that the
argument, which was being
carried on between the three
men, was for money. His belief
at the time was that they were
arguing over a taxi fare as one
was saying he was owed ten
dollars and another was saying

TIDES
High 2:14 a.m. and 2:32
Low 8:29 a.m. and 8: 35
p.m.
WEATHER
Wind: East-north-east to
eas -oth-e~as S to I5 m.p.h.
WEATER: air tonight,
suny tSmoot to slight
TEMP: Min, tonight 64
Max. tomorrow 78
SUN
RSES: 6:37 amm.




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OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.


IIFO BOI AR IU = ** = *
Dowdeswell Street Tel. 2-8012
P.O. Box 6104 E.S., Nassau, B2ahamas.
FORMALLY BESCO BUILDING_
OPPOSITE GENERAL EQUIPMENT
"We Pay Cash For Used Furniture & Appliances"


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AN EDUCACTAOENEALAONPPORTUNITY

FOR BAHAMIIAN ONLY


DIVEMASTER

TRAINING PROGRAM

An eight month course in all aspects of leading a
comprehensive dive program for Family Island resorts
Accepted applicants will receive training in all aspects of
diving; operation and maintenance of compressors, diving
gear, dive boats and motors; diving physiology; skills will be
developed in handling people and dealing with a great deal
of responsibility.
Requirements: at least BJC or comparable level of
education, 18 years of age and perferably older; ambition

Scc ssire taop lcts will be assisted in obtaining positions
as Dive Masters in the Family islands.
Phone 7-7472 for personal interview appointment with
Dick Birch of Small Hope Bay Lodge on Andros.


Beginning Friday 2nd March. 1973, the
fol owng bank 0i ncls tery dPALf eA

instead of the customary 6.00 p.m

Barclays Bank international
The Bank of Nova Scotia
The Ro al Bank of Canada
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commnerce (in the
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (in the
Madeira Shopping Centre)

THE ROBINSON ROAD Branches of
Barclays Bank Inlternation~al
& The Royal Bank of Canada

will also close at 5.00 p>.m. every Friday
afternoon starting March 2nd. 1973.


THE WORLD'S MOST

EXCITING SHAVER RANGE








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P. O. BOX 4306 PH. 28941


"Trade in Accepted Towards
Down Payments


Spirits-ual sen -0f
By Abigail Van Buren
a 1W3 1@ C*hicgetrbuse-N. Y. News Synd. lac.
DEAR ABBY: Is there a law against what you can put
in a person's casket when you bury him?
I have a good friend who made me promise that if he
died before I did, I would get a fifth of the best bourbon
money can buy, take a real big swig, replace the cap, and
put the bottle beside him in the casket.
I told him I would gladly do this, but I need to know if
there is a law against it in Michigan,
DETROIT NEWS READER
DEAR READER: Anry undertakrer can tell you. And so
can a Michigan lawyer. [I wonder what your friend has la
mind? Spirits for the spirits, maybe l

DEAR ABBY: Please do the country a big service by
saying something about women who invite their friends to
their homes and then try to 6ell them everything from jewel-
ry to kitchenware to clothbig. I attended four such parties
itn the last two weeks, all of which I tried to decline, but
any friends would not take no for an answer. They all said,
"You don't have to BUY anything. Just come!" Once
there, I am bombarded with the worst kind of high-pre -
sured salesmanship, and I always end up buying something
so as not to look cheap.
I hate to say I will come and then not show up. Will
you please tell women how some of their friends feel about
being taken advantage of in this manner?
ALL PARTIED OUT
DEAR PARTIED: Your problem is your inarbility to
say NO. Some women appreciate being Introduced to new
products this way, and they enjoy the parties, too. If you
don't, simply decline.

DEAR ABBY: Two girls I consider my closest friends
have steady boy friends. [I don't have anyone special right
Both of these girls have told me that they have had
dreams about mre in which I am the central character.
Ihey also say their boy friends are in these dreams, but
they won't tell me how the dreams come out. I have asked
them whether I am the here or the vilain, and they both
reply, "It depends on how you look at it."
Do you think they consider me a friend or an enemy?
DREAMED ABOUT
DEAR DREAMED: That depends on how the dreams
came out. You can be certals of one thing. They consider
you a thrests

DEAR ABBY: I am so tired of hearing husbands and
wives complain that their marriages fell apart because one
or the other got fat. How ridiculous can some people get?
Loute and I have been married 13 years. I went from 110
to 186, and Loule went from 165 to 230,,and it didn't harm
our love life one bit. In fact, it's better than ever. One
thing it did was to get rid of all the jealoutsy. Our marriage
will last forever. Who'd want either one of us? ANGIE


Gets IAB post
MRS. YVONNE Shaw
(ABOVE) has been appointed
chief flight attendant of
International Air Bahamas. In
this post she will be responsible
for the entire flight attendant
department, including crew
scheduling and training.
JMrs. Shaw grad ateedof tSte
accounts section of British
Overseas Airways and later
became ground hostess and
ticket sales agent with various
other companies. After joining
Bahamas Airways in 1964 she
was later promoted to senior
check and training stewardess.
Mrs. Shaw is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Palestine Michael
of Deadman's Cay, Long
Island. Her father, who is now
retired, was a former senior
agricultural instructor. She is
the wife of Mr. Michael Shaw
ve Oregan, U.S.A., and they



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As Of
February 23rd. 1973


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H choice of Sliver is
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Monrday, February 26, 1973.


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island Music Festival
THE MUSIC FESTIVAL, sponsored by the Ministry of "
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Matinee 3 & 5, Evening 8:30- 'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005

She's got to cut it...or cut out.
She's a


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Directed by
Ossie Davis
Screenplay by
Ms. J. E. Franklin



starring Brock Peters ano Leslie Uggams as Netta
Special guest Ruby Dee Also starring Peggy Pettitt


Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold on
first come, first served basis.


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Electronic Specialists

Telephone Apparatus
Technicians


We have interesting career opportunities leading
to management positions for young men with
education and practical experience in
communications and related fields. If you are
interested in expanding your knowledge, enjoy a
challenge and are a self motivator. contact us
today. .
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Box F-2478, 2C, Kipling Bu~ilding, Freeport.
Phone: 352-9352


and various forms of art from
European Common Market
countries.
Added attractions are "Le
Rendez-vous" the sidewalk
French cafe and the quaint
19)29 bus, permanently located
on the site. It will serve as a
gift shop. LAE
The Grand Bahama Service
Company, a wholly-owned
subsidiary of the Grand
Bahama De velopment
Company, has leased the
LltrrisestoLtd.,rystaha aan
company owned jointly by
Societe Co nmerciale de
l'Ouest Africadin and City
Assoc iated Enterprises
Limited.
At the ground-breaking
ceremony eota year ago, officials

Miisr ofcTouris ad th
Conveoton so''tr""? hd the
step for Freeport in providing
the best in tourist attractions
t or tes mor than D .. ..,milon
visitors that come to this fair
city annually.
The original International
Bazaar was opened in 1967.
The Japanese Torii Gate. the


THOSE DAYS ARE OVER - BUT WE DO HAVE DOLLAR
BARGAINS AT OUR STORE RIGHT NOWI

~o~aTRADE-IN YOUR PRESENT FURNITURE
TOWARDS THE DOWN PAYMENT OF A LARGE

a UOIf 0 0~li Shl IIrONLY $199.00

















onLY %9~ DOWN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENT

"COPLEE"ONLY ~ DOWN




NOT on the corner of Dowdeswell & Christie Sts. BUT showroom on main
Dowdeswell St. where Besco was formerly located directly opp. General
Equipment. P. O. Box: 6104 E.S. Nassau. Sorry, our phone is out of order WE
DELIVER to ALL MAIL BOATS.

@~I~i~ I~~~3~3~ JOS~ ~D~a~~i a


ARRIVED TODAY: Joma
from Jacksonville, Freeport
from Freeport
SAILED TODAY: Joma for
Jacksonville, Free ort for
Free ort


II)


Now thru Wednesday
Matinee continuous
from 1:30
Evening 8: 3o

STILL MYNAME"G C
Terence Hill
Bud Spencer
PLUS
"THE AMBUSHERS" PG
Dean Martin Senta Berger
PLUS Late Feature
Tuesday Night.


Last Day Tuesday
Continuous showings
from 3
*TALES FROM
THE CRYPT" PG.
Peter cushing
Claire Bloom
PLUS
'THE LOST MAN" PG.
Sidiney Poitier
Joanna Shimkus


NOW THRU THURSDAY


Islands last week.
Professor John Churchill,
adjudicator, accompanied by
Mr. Clement Bethel, chairman
of the Music Festival
Committee, completed their
tour of the Family Islands
Thursday. They heard I10
entries including rake and
scrape bands, gospel and
anthem singing, folk singing
and choral speaking and
watched groups of quadrille
dancers. Islands visited were
Abaco, Andros, Bimini,
Crooked, Eleuthera, Exuma,
Harbour Island, Inagua, Long
Island, Mayaguana, and San
Sal d.Festival enters its
second phase Friday, Marsh 2
when auditions will take place
in Nassau and in Grand
Bahama.,
Preliminary sessions are
being held in Classes 3, SA, 5B
and 7A, unision singing for


Primary Schools. and three
groups from each class will
proceed to the finals to be held
Thursday, March 8 at. St.
Mary's Hall, St. Augustine's,
Fox Hill at 2 p.m.
Members of the public can
attend any session.
The adjudicator for the
non-Bahamian classes will be
Mr. John Fletcher. This is his
first visit as adjudicator. He
was born in Scotland, grew up
in Grenada and is now a
resident of Barbados.
He received his musical
education at the University of
sCnbrg lesd E a Murray
Final concerts take place in
Nassau on Saturday, March 24
at Highbury High School at 4
p.m. and at 8:30 p.m. and in
Freeport on Saturday, March
17 at St. Paul's Methodist
Church at 3 p.m.


.. Pt.
t'* ~

TOP PRIZE~iT~~~)Cij~ INE'' *
MRS. GRAHAM BARRY, ch irman C eRh dS,...s rfl.F5Emittee doesn't go
along with the 1973 Dodge Polaris car top prize in the Red Cross raffle, but she is
certainly looking forward to making the raffle a grand success. Donated by Mr. Alexis
Nihort, the car will become the possession of some lucky person on April 7 when the
draw will be held at a dance at the Central Highway. Tickets for the raffle will go on sale
at the annual Red Cross Fair on Saturday, March 3, at Government House grounds. There


2,000 AT PINEWOOD BARBECUE
OVER 2,000 PERSONS TURNED OUT for the barbecue given on Feb. 18 by
Pinewood Gardens Ltd. They were served hot dogs, soft drinks and beer, free of charge,
and were entertained by the music of King Eric and his Knights. The weather was chilly
and the wind biting, but families arrived in a constant stream- with their children and
friends to the picnic which went on from 2 to 5 p.m. This aerial photograph of the picnic
area shows the bandstand and throng of picnickers (centre) at the traffic circle on
Pinewood Drive, the main road leading into Pinewood Gardens from South Beach Estates.


wll) be games and goodies
Maynard.


for the whole family. Chairman of the fair is Mrs. Clement
PHOTO: Wendall Cleare


$2,000 for Children's Emergency Hostel
ROBERT E. BLUM, President of the American Friends
of Bahamas Foundation Inc. (right) presented on
Wednesday a cheque for $2,000 to Dean W. J. Granger,
chairman of the Chldren's Emergency Hostel to cover the
cost of double-deck beds to be installed at the Hostel for
the use of, its children. Looking on is Col. M. Oakley
Bkhwdi a director and member of the Foundation's Grant NO SHW G!


BOAC give another $500 to BASRA
WHILE IN NASSAU RECENTLY Mr. Gordon Davidson, general manager western
routes, BOAC, presented a cheque for $500 to Bahamas Air Sea Rev~ue Association. This
is the third gift from BOAC to the voluntary organization which runis Air/Sea Rescue
facilities in the Bahamas. Previous gifts from the British airline have included a powerful
VHF radio set now being used at BASRA headquarters and another cheque for $500-
Seen at the presentation at BOAC's Bay Street Office are, left to right Mr. Robert
Cartwright, Airport Manager BOAC Nassau; Mr. Robert Cook, District Sales Manager'
BOAC Nassau and Charkman Aviation Fund Raising BASRA; Mr. Gordon Davidson; Dr.
Norman Cove, Commodore BASRA; Mr. Ben Astarita, Founder Commodore BASRA and
Mr. Michral Keemar, Manager BOAC Bahamas.


ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Emerald Seas, Bahamna Star.
Flavia from Miami; Tropic
Flyer from West Palm Beach;
Ego from North Eleuthera;
Gleaner Express from Ragged
Island; Spanish Rose from
Spansh Wells.


THE FRENCH Pavilion in
Freeport's International
Bazaar, a world's fair of shops
and restaurants, will officially
open on March 7-
Constructed at a cost of
$500,000, the new 15,000
square-foot addition will
nres rental s upping space
The building houses 11
boutiques, featuring men's,
women's and children's
fashions; an African shop; and
"Lafayette," a two-storey
d apartment s re th at malbse
Other sections will carry items.
such as crystal, toys, antiques


symbol of friendship in that
oriental country, has also
become the friendship symbol
in this city.


Available
at
vours favourite
food stores


French Pavilion opeRS MarCh 7


SORRY NO MORE 5-10s-e6d BEDS!


MCE





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C7193
ASSISTANT FRONT/OFFICE
MANAGER- To train and
su wise Pront Desk Staff
Fu71 conversant with
reser nations and Front Desk
du Must be able to
pr to rN C.R. 4200 and type.
At least two years Front Desk
experience required, also Police
MHMAN: Receiving
and sorting soiled linen.
Supervise loading operations of
washing and drying machines.
Must be able to adjust and
make minor .repairs to
machines when necessary.
References from previous
employer required.
INSPECTRESSES-LINEN
ROOM ATTENDANT &
MAIDS: At least three years
previous experience necessary.
APPLY: Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
Personnel Dept.... Royal Palm
Way, or P. O. Box F-531,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7190
PASTRY CHEF REQUIRED
WITH AT LEAST 5 YEARS
EX PERIENCE WITH
AIRI INE CATERING.
"i[LIESA ATEGREARNSD
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
FREEPORT 352-7391.

C7189
ONE FRONT Office N.C.R.
Operator, to train all front
office p r)sony oswilth ati
position
One Night Auditor required.
Must be able to operate N.C.R.
machine and post guests'
accounts until balanced each
day, with at least three (3)
years of experience in similar
position
Apply to: Personnel Director
Lucayan Beach Hotail
Freeport.

CT LYTIC West Indies
Ltd., Post Office Box F-2544,
J p rG ntdes a ableH
Whamians in their Refinery
tenarwe organizatio

pMAINon.NANCE MECHANIC
(ELECTRICAL) Must have a
minimum of five (5) years
iae e I dusRefmerp an
Experience in trouble-shooting
and familiar with all phases of
atiricna mainten ne
rati
LDonMACHINIST Must
have a minimum of five (5)
years experience in
trouble-shooting and repair of
IdR inery Rotapry equipment
el largeand centtrifuge

Qualified applicants should
anpd stri o ffic M nistChie
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.




PM TO WD
"COD WAR"


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from Ga.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. Qa.m. to 1p.m


C7165
NEH -Y BUILT 3 bedroom/2
bath, situated Domingo
Heights, East St., South.
Contact: Nassau 5-6234.
C8815
BAYCRObeTdr beaut rt ee
lar e living, tastefully,
furnished, top floor, telephone,
pool, laundry.Call 4-1288.
C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
Occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per monthRCall: C er
2-4777-8

C8967
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home
separate dining room, fully
furnished airconditioned, five
minute walk to Montagu Beach
in quiet area. Lake View Road.
Phone 28504 day 51647
night.
C8899
BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom
furnished house with carport
having all utilities. Phone
58201.
C8931
ONE EXTRA Large two

r mmartwo bath, ndroonm
d ingWithdlargbas I
meednt VictoriElizC
Avenue between Shirley and
B d rkifacil besap
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C8784
Cen9EDROOMDiatTrtmentulin
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C8982
FURNISHED one bedroom
apartment, Centrevalie, w/w
carpet, air conditioned. $230
includes water, electricity,
phone. Call 2-2698 or 5-1663.
C8985

o Ebp wn2 ran
-
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
C8929
Woodland Road: HilitoP
hous e; centr al ly air
conditioned; 4 double
bedrooms: 2V2 bathrooms;
guest toilet; living room;
separate dining room; TV
room; large ultra modern
kitchen with dishwasher; Va
acre garden. $800 per month.
Phone 21304 to v r.v.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -
unique 5 room designer's
home, guest cottage. fireplace*

rwibsa m oishmn
n, c/ Box 101, Harbour
Island.

FOR SALE
C8945
RA MOTOR SCOOTER
LAMBRETTA 150cc, T.V. and
Colour antenna, miscellaneous
household goods, toys and
bicycles. Call 41367.


C8979


METAL AND MINERAL
DETECTORS. Ideal for use in
construction work and
excellent past-time. For
information call 23921.
C8975
LARGE QUANTITY of
attractive modern hanging
ights. Ideal for shops'
estaurantsphotels, ce M
Revington at 2-1404.
C8813
20 h.p. LONG SHAFT
Mercury and engine control
Both $375.Call 3-2095.
C8825
STELLA MARIS MARINA at
Long Island, has for sale the
following:
One GMC 671 marine diesel
engine, Model: 6072A, 32 volt
starter/generator, with GMC
hydraulic gear box, Ratio:
3.00/1 in excellent
condition; 15 KW KOEHLER
marine generator, powered by
Waukesha diesel, Model: 180
DLC in excellent condition;
7.5KW ONAN marine
generator, fresh water cooled.
Model: MDJE, almost new
Serfect o edition. II ols a

"" a *"**AR ( D CAl f
C8919
1967 FIAT Sports Loupe.
$300. R. King Telephone
2-8907 from 8:30 a.m. to 5.00
p.m.
C8892
1966 FORD MUSTANG, big
tires, mags, cam, etc. Going for
only $1,250. Owner leaving
island. Phone 5-1606.
C8936
1970 VAUXHALL Victor,
radio, good condition. $1050
or nearest offer. Phone 77375.
C8857
ISLAND MOTOOLTCOMPANY
1970 Chevrolet impala $2600
A timaGnreen $875
1971 Vauxhall
Viva 2BDr.eRadio $1895
1970 Vauxhall Viva
1970maord L n $1200
A/C Beige, Vinyl $2995
1 73 P tc ohback $800
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva
S 2APutomactic W te $2600
M ri6 T 0 Series $3950
White Automatic 4 Dr $995
1970Chevelle2Dr.Auto -
Green A/C $3400
PDr0 in BlPu ehn $2500

D indl800
2000 miles only,
Blue, Arade-ins Welcomed$5850
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the ice House
Telephone 34636-7-8


C8642
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and promsit
service call 2-8421.
C8103
YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT
UNTWL YOUUSEE IT! ATBEC S
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
51071-2-3-4.



RFAD THE
Sirthant


.
IN FREEPORT TEL 352-8808
I


C8649
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C8921
14 FOOT GLASTRON
Good condition. Ideal for
fishing and skiing $400. Night
phone 41429. Day 28262.
C8925
BERTRAM 31 seat express
cruiser, twin G. M. diesel
exacellentScond lon.9To e
p.m. or 3-6649 after 5 p.m.
C8384
BAHAMAS YAGHT SALES
JAMES W ALBURY
Po sox seco
Nassau.eanamas
TEL 28079
osermouron rom
THOJANYAGHT
A DIVISION OF
Wv.mov.s


C8980
WANT TO BUY Real Estate
but don't have time during the
week, Reoal t ec no lence
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Call 23921 to make your
appointment.

C8973
BAHAMAS YOUTH
EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP
invites you to see a full length
feature film "REDRUNS THE

9VhER"Sc1o he GAou7irtno e
urdayRMEa ch 3r M8:00A D



CARD OF THANKS
C8988
THE FAMILY of the late Mr.
Weyman Symonette extend
sincere thanks and appreciation
to the many friends and loved
ones who extended Sympathy
to us in our bereavement. A
very special thanks to Rev.
Jackie Thompson and organist
of Calvary Bible Church and
also the Commonwealth
Funeral Home, and all the
wonderful friends who made
his dwening place a beautiful
garden. We will always be
greatful.
Mr. Durward Symonette

SCHOOLS I
C8782
NIGHT AUDITING CLASSES
Commencing week of February
12, 1973. Call Nassau
Academy of Business 24993
or pay us a visit at Shiriey
Street opposite Collins Avenue.

C8658
EDUCATION SPECIAL
DID YOU EVER WISHED you
could type, do bookkeeping,
write shorthand, keep a proper
file; Do fractions, decimals,
percentages etc? Understand
English grammar? Stop
wishing! Call 2-4929 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. or write P. O. Box
6216. IN JUST THREE
MONTHS WE WILL TEACH
YOU ALL THESE THINGS.


C8902
SERVICE MANA GER
required to control mechanical
section of large automobile
dealership. Must be able to
control staff, fully conversant
with warranty procedure.
oversee body shop and
mq s entextensivBowo
for interview.
C8914
MALE MANAGEMENT
TRAINEES
Young men over 21 required to
learn credits and collections
leading to management. A
background of dealing with the
public is preferable. Car is
essential. Starting salary
$4,800 per year and car
allowance. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C8914,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N3207, Nassau.
C8759
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED requires
automotive mechanic with own
tools. Experience witha garage
or fleet owner preferred.
Previous experience with G. M.
vehicles and/or engines an asset
b lia t I exSumes ftul
fill a vacant position with
ample room for advancement.
Contact Mr. J. Smith, Service
Manager for appointment.
C7160
POSITIONFAVAILABLE
MASTER MARINER
island Cement Company
Limited, P. O. Box 5140'
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner

u ppil recognize
please apply in writing to the
abovemeaddress gond catio

experience and technical
certification.

SALESMAN to sell Chemicals;
a asre M td haJanitorial
transportation. Basic pay. Call
51074 for appointment.
C4934
UR GENTLY REQUI RED
Bookkeeper with four years
experience up to trial balance
and balance sheets, to work for
Iarge insurance firm. Only
persons meeting above
requirements need apply.
Contact: Mr. J. Knowles,
peoetomnee 2-2465 for

E E7C2UTIVE SECRETARY
Out island hotel. Young lady
'irres,"oandje ery iao
Typing and shorthand
req ui red. Must have
bookkeeping and accounting
e erience. A desire and ability
t handle people is a must
Small Ho e Ba Lod Bo
81131, Npssau y ge, x
C8978
WANTED MEN OR WOMEN
Representative to sell approved
for Foreign Student courses in
Upholstery. Send resume for
details to:
Fitzgibbons School of
Upholstery and interior
Design, 11363 Bird Road
Miami, Florida, U.S.A.


IIELP WANTED
C7176
ASSISTANT MANAGER:
Mainly responsible for the
ove r-at I housekeeping
department of 500-room hotel.
Must be well knowledgeable of
all phases in back of the
housekeeping operation. 5-7
yearsPoli rf t references
TOST CONTROL R: 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,
references and Police
Certi cate.O THERAPIST

REQrU eEdh MSom Mt
hReeraptbed m ondon
the profession supplementary
perimedicine.efere yean
previous employer.
GnRerested BAPHoo HAOpTpE'
AND COUNTRY CLUB,
WAHAMA, E BDWEEG R ATN D
HOURS OF 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.

C7191
REQUIRED immediately,
GARDENER with previous
experience in all duties related
to Nursery work and outside
maintenance.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Plaonnd r y, rem nty Grandd
Bahama, P. O. Box F-252.

C7177
NT C ICoE CAS E
NCR 4 200 machine.
Experienced in Travel Agent
Guest Coupon, 2-3 years
experience. Reference from
previous employer, Police
Certificate and neat in
appearance.
FRONT OFFICE CLERK:
Must have experience with
iarge Conventions Groups. 2-3
years experience, reference
from previous employer, Police
Certificate and neat in
appearance.
interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GR AND
BAHAMA, BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.
BAHAMIANS NEED ONLY
APPLY.

C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTERMARINER
island Cement C
Limited, P. O. Boxom5pla4nO^
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a full
resume of education,
experience and technical
certify cation.
C7188
PLANT OPERATIONS
MANAGER STATION
DNSPTAARLTLATION & REPAIR

C pdny a b ope
a qualified Plant Manager with
s m o o


nddM B in Ira an
telephone methods.
App : general TeMa ger

C dn P.L ,MC 8
Phones 352-9352.


I


C8918
DON'T LOSE YOUR LOT OR
HOME, because you can't meet
the payments -- Call FOX &
SONS REAL ESTATE Tel.
28012 31295 evenings -
Box 6104, Nassau.

C IT7 SALES OR RENTALS
in Real Estate are through,
30295 oON6S104 as28012 -
C8968
WAREHOUSE Centreville
40 x 115 Priced at $79,000
Lease back guaranteed
Leslie Fox telephone 31295 _
28012
C8930
2 LARGE LOTS 20.000 sa. ft
Blair Estate. A good Buy.
Canal front lots Seabreeze
Estate price $9,000.00. Inland
lot Seabreeze Estate Price
$5000.00
Welf situated Hilitop Lot
Montage Terrace Price
$10,000.00 A choice corner lot
Highvista Estate Price,
56000.00
Choice I ots Dannotage
Subdivision Soldier Rd. from
t2h5 Ilen v elevation
For information call Bills Real
Estate 23921
C8976
ONE LARGE residential lot in
Highland Park, high elevation
Only $9,500.00. Call Roberts
at 28437 before 5 p.m.
C8
981 F OR SALE
COMPARE Sands Addition
with other Subdivisions. 80ft.
frontage against 50 ft.
6400sq.ft.against5,000ft.
Under ground utility against
unsightly overhead lines.
20% Cash discount against
little or no discount.

E y payments
A ping schoo her ui t s'
For appointment call 23921.

C8984
FURNISFORDSALE-bedroom
1-bath, garage/Iaundry. Lot 50
mme atel Mont e
Food Market. Can be used as
dwelling or commercial. See
owner on premises.
C8990
FOR SALE
HOUSE City limits in
Shidea 3 bedroom furnished
with Air. Rear Patio, fruited
trees. Below-office with Air
Sufficient space to convert for
a rental unit Electric
CGenerats a da ouus aukne
no wanted

agu Heights -
re nfor1 1 dF im
with 2 car garage.
Furnished. Good income. Was
$65,000.00 owner a willing
Seller for $45,000.00 CASH.
OUT WEST house split level
modern in design. Even a pool
table fully furnished gorgeous
views rights to Sandy Beach
only 50ft. away. Reduced for
Immediate sale try us we
got the price. For high class
entertaining this is the house.
GLENGARIFF Two houses,
one 2-storey other Bungalow
type. Each containing three
bedrooms, furnished, plus
maids quarters. Priced at
$50,000.00 and also
$55,000.00 Architecturally
built modern design. See
L OP HIGH AND DRY
- OUT EAST Kingsize
swimming pool, with acre of
grounds-cultivated-rights to the
beach-andlastbutnotlea.
house 2 storey extremely larp
and airy sitting most
spacious dining for high class
entertaining terrazo floors
with Mahogany trim can be
sun anytime morning noon or
tight. We have the key We got
the low low price and we got
the mortgage-finance through
Our office. One stoP
transaction.
)WATERFRONT OUT EAST --
feet on water edge with
nouse, apartment and 2 car
garage. This house needs
decorating*cheap enough to
tuy expansion last but not
least only $75,000.00.
wL n rs 23 E L3 7
22033 Nfte41197


FM MLE OR tEASE

C 9HSALE OR LONG LEASE
Attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath
a dit d f is dieda
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(8879

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C8811
$$ CASH PAID
For used furniture and
appliances. Fox Brothers
Furniture Outlet, Dowdeswell
Street (Formerly BESCO
Building). Sorry telephone
28012 is out of order
.
08937


FOR VOUR FURNITURE
ANOTHER EFFECTS

FOX BROS*

DOWDESWELL STREET

( SS F


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C8983
OWNER LEAVING. 1968
Austin 1100. Inspection
passed Ex ce fient
condition. $850.00. Phone
4-2462 after 6 on weekends.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C8969
KINGFISHER 20, well
e uippe4d b abseabilg5e.keel
retractable outboard in wej
Avon dinghy $3,500. Phone
31195
C8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft. 4ft. draft, steel
hull, 290 tons, powered by
new Cat .343 diesel. 15 ton
crane. Up to date load line
with 2 cargo hatches, one 14ft.
x 24ft and the other 14ft. x
42ft. double bottom, in
excellent shape.
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.


404
IN SAO but loving memory of
our dear father and
grandfather, Herbert W. Sands,
who departed this IIfe January
21st. 1962.
And our dear mother and
grandmother, Clarabelle Sands,
uary@ dl95 Bothlife
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
If when this life of labour is
ended
And the reward of the race you
have run,
O the sweet rest that's
prepared for the faithful
WIII be his blest, and find well
anna.
Gone but not forgotten.
Sadly missed by: Three sons,
one brother, grand and great
grand children, relatives and
friends.


HELP MNTED
08300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
icdca etcantdid jrIwillan1
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F2415
Freeport, Bahamas.
C7192
TOUR ESCORT REQUIRED:
This position of Tour Escort
requires extensive periods of
time away from home. Must
have experience in dealing with
guestsEnanidhalf uen k

M tmsbe nelatyear experience.
bee on tehe aagesd of
Certificate required
terest WhaPersonotelApW
Ehd, Grand Bahama, Mr. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.


C8628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
requin a igth sch I gradu a
oeanqu ex rie ce An(rable
Applicant must be abletotake
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: filing
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person toPersonnpl
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport. *


8MNTE HE CO ORO ON
VACANCIES:.
MAINTENANCtE MC NtliCng
neral lant e Ipment
n wie of qu inciple
meohoddge d pr bi
s an pro ems
associated with operation of
maintenance shop and
chemical plant equipment.
Must have at least six years of
diversified maintenance pian'
experience.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Successful candidate requires a
thorough knowledge of
machine shop practices and
have the ability to supervise
mechanics, millwrights,
pipe/fitters, welders and
electricians. He will be
responsible for the efficient
operation of the maintenance
u7ervactivities. ex e
ESSENTIAL'
ELECTRICIAN INSTRUMENT
MECHANIC
Required for the installation,
maintenance, repairs and tests
of electric al and
Instrumentation system
associated with power
d istr ibutions, lighting,
communications, machine
tools, motor controls heating,
ventilation, airconditioning,
refrigerator, steam generation
and various chemical plant
equipment and utilities. Must
have at least six years
experience in industrial,
electrical and instrumentation
work.
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Responsible for the supervision
of the Solvent Recovery and
Waste Mu e operatioM
knowledge of chemical
engineering and processing. 2-5
aersn practical f I

Cb BUdiE till ation,
25 to 30 years of age, with
M eriaossix years experies d/
ch sh dorin Ch in


at ith dal ad
E incanrhg Terminola ply n
ur so h or
Teh 352-8171


C8932
New Providence Leasing
Limited have the following list
of used cars for sale. On the
spot financial and generous
trade allowance given. Our lot
is located on Gibbs Corner
Opposite the Laundromat.
Telephone 24801 or 24802 for
further details:-
1972 Dodge Avenger
Automatic Transmission -
Price $2,850 Down $650.
1971 Ford Ltd. 9-Passenger
Wagon Price $4,850 Down
$1,500. This vehicle is in
1T7tl Ts oa Corona Price
$2,100 Down $700.
1970 Ford Capri Automatic
Transmission Price $1,850 -
Down$500
1971 Austin 1300 G.T.- Price
$1,750. Down $550.
1971 Vauxhall Victor
Automatic Transmission -
Price $1,650. Down $450.
1970 Vauxhall Victor Standard
- 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
all and see us and we will be
happy to show you around our
used car lot.
s7wee r Cadillac
Deauville Needs some
mechanical and body attention
we will accept $1,550 Cash as

08629 TUITION
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GRIMS
British laBY1 ENI AND (AP)-
Sunday with a plan toendh'c
war' by forming a three-nation
consortium to operate trawlers and
market catches in Iceland's
disputed 50-mile fishing Hmit.
The consortium would be made
hp of British, Icelandic and
eventually West German fishing

o an d
ship.
Ronald Stone, chairman of the
Grimsby Trades Council, said the
plan has been sent to Icelandic
labour unions and also will be sent
to west Germany in an effort to
d on otlanations together
In addition the plan is being sent
to Lowestoft, Aberdeen and
Fleetwood Trades Councils and to
David Shenton, Fishing Officer in
Grimsby for Britain's Transport and
General Workers Union.
ad onmm ed he plan8 seratfishin
undertaken by the three nations,
with guarantees for conservation of
the fishing grounds and the safety
of trawlermen.

OPH IP ON
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Princess Anne, Queen Elizabet
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C8989
CARtPEc oR intoOuwork on
Contact Bruce Francis
telephone 3-5240.

TRADE SERVICES

C86V4 ANTENNAS. Boosters
fr home artments and
otels. Sa s, apd Can
ho I Ls an wr5v el
5Do gs WORLD OF MUS$ '
Dewgard Plaza.

C8639

I, J
50% 8*
Mack Street
gp ey osevelt Avenue
NASSAUoB AM4AS

HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING

C ASTA RCGLMEE EN
& DELIVERY
MOV NGCSdNGAGE




REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PONDER
PHOO K 5 -83796,

rpor 34


C807RESPONDENCE STUDY
Don't dream about the future!
Prepare f or it. By
orms n nceMy ocan learn

gnd ac unti .s WriteB a a
We have better and simpler
methods.



89711ELP WANTED
EFF IENT YOUNG MAN
mqsuoms Da en hansdtli

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Monday Fauery 26, 1973.


TRADE SERVICES


REAL ESTATE


FOR RENT


FOR RENT


CARS FOR SALE


IIELP WANTED


N I MEMORIAL


P LW WANTED













I


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TUDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

CALL SPENCER FARMS AND bET MISS ~I YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND, FRIEND! MR. T
OKAY, SILVESTER...PULL UP TO SPENCER! TELL HER YOU'RE ON YOUR 1s NOT INTERESTED IN ANYTHING YOU
THAT PHONE BOOTH AND GET WAY THERE TO PICK UP YOUR WIFE HAVE TO SAY ANY MORE! HIS
OUT...SLOW! ...THAT YOU WANT HER READY MESSAGE TO ME WAS THAT
TO LEAVE YOU'RE EXPENDABLE!
FIRS C PO '




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APA RTMENT 3- G By Alers Kotsky

LIKE ISAID---I CAME HERE TO SEE SO UCKY YDU'LL JUST A MINUTE-- NEVER ANSWER A PHONE
BEAUTIFUL WOMAN AND I FINIG HAVE TO WORK THERE'S THE WHEN YOU RE LEAVING THE
TR E.' H LUCKY EXT AHITS IN PHONE! FOS TEO HLA E FU!--
WHNST ROMt AKNO YOURS TO PAY 1 SAYINGS OF ROMANO
IN G L 4FOR THE uPPINo!
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STE VE R 0PER & MI KE N 0MAD by saunders & o ver gard


teens the canonr Regine Institu
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when a bi
smile and compliment to others on their best
points brings out their willingtness to show affection and lsten
to what you have to say. Big success can result. Fine for
pl~anains to travel and make chanpsr for the better.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Communicating with an
out-of-townerr to secure backing you need for some important
project is best in a.m. Then sit down with a new associate and
get good advice, profit from his superior knowledge,
TAURUS. (Apr. 20 to May 20) Collect overdue bills, pay
thoem you owe, and be on the alert for new systems that will
make the future more successful. Showing more affection for
mate brings fine results. You have been quite distant of late.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Sit down with mate and have
a heart-to-heart talk and plan the future more intelligently .
Get that civic work done quickly and well, and you find right
tresults are possible. Avoid one who does not understand you.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Try to
comprehend better what is going on around you and cooperate
with follow workers in some plan that is good for you rad
them. Work with a vengeance early and get much
accomplished. Contact some old friend in p.m.
LBO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Get in touch early with
coapenials with whom you want to go out for a good time and
make appointments for the p.m. Show close ties ardent
devotion for right results. Got that important work done after

InVRGO (Aup. 22 to Sept. 22) You can make those
improvements to home after you have consulted with thoer
who dwell with you and gEt fine results. A good talkr can bring
out some fine truths, alsao. Avoid one who likes to argue too
much.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Contact thoew persons early
who will understand your ideas and help you put them in
operation successfully. Do that buying or selling that puts you
in a better operative position. Avoid social affairs in p.m.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can start putting in
operation the plans you formulated yesterday and show
bigwigs you have fine logic. Your intuitive perception is good
so make use of it. You can look forward to greater prosperity
now.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Once your work is
done, be sure to get together with congenials for the social fun
that most appeals to you. State your fondest aims and get
advice, backing for them. Show particular affection for mate
in p.m.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You are able to find the
right method for getting rid of difficulties and should do that
arly in a.m. More study of right books can round out your
knowledge now. Show you have a good mind.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have some personal
aim that should be voiced in right circles so you get the
backing you need to achieve it. Mix business with pleasure and
all works out fine. Be your fine gregarious self.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Got the right support for that
civic duty you want to perform in proper way. Strive for more
goodwill with the public in general. Don't forget to pay bills
and improve credit. Avoid one who is unfriendly to you.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. .he or she will be
one of thoem direct and blunt people who quickly follows
through with any kles that appeals to him or her. Sports could
well be the forte here and should be encouraged during school
years. The academic rad philosophical are also fine in this


4


The Invitation thrills Rupert
Randd he goes with the store-
aspr oth~e long bgaller
stack~ed. Do you keep other
'ings as well as toys ?" he
asks in surprise. Oh yes, it
'~is not oly oidre wo s e
ALL RIGHTS


mitle man. Many growrn-ups
write too and teHl him whrt
they like f o Cr sms.,
ladder, and wuhIle he reeds out
Santa' n at, Rupert onbtm up
to choose the fits. Ftra*
" aHt s{e the le7*e al .
RESERVEo


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MATERIAL THERE. MR. MARVIIN.
WHAT HAPPENS
NEXT SHOULD
BLOW CANTRELLO I? ;
RIGHT BACK TO
PRIVATE PRACTICE (


Chess
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Lajos Portdah, battling for a
900O top prize in the final ~round
Of the Cbelaut' Fried Obdoken
tournament, eaclrifcedt rook for
knight to reach this position
aastHasftngs winner Bent
Lnesn. Pairtch (White, to
move) hasr good alttack,. but the
obvious 1 xQch iscoauntered
by1 . .-R and meanlwtle
White's own rook Is threatened.
What did Portisch play, and
how should the game end?
Par tdMea: 20 seconds, grand-
master; 1 minute, chess master;
2 minutes, cesas expect; 6 min-
utes, eo sb tandard;d 10
minutes, or; 15 minutes,
average; 25 mtue, novice.

BOLtrh'ION NO 90s -
Chess S~olution
1 P-K71 totes. The main point
is that if I .. Rx B; 2 9xP ch,
O-R2* 3 P48=QO c, RxQ:
laR xn oh, A-- 5 RxR mate.
8-B dr, Rex ; PxRn_ ae
Kt2 x RI d, ExQ K ta k*
Ing both r k~ afad ble op, but
then Po a fnished bUB 3

sign becesse he loses his queen
to 5 .. KY-Kta; 8 -K4 ch.


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ACROSS
!1. Spiked clubs 24. Quench
6. Optical illusion 28. Sparse
'12. Soap plant 29. Confiscates
:Y3. Creature 30. Young cod
14. Addition 32. Interrogate
,15. EKClUSive 33 Girl's name
news stories 36 Vandal
48. Philippine 37 Panig
'17. uhrf s" Bame t

18 csoe 43 p ris e
20. Hair rinse 44. Wanders


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ly 6.Bi aveer
8.ion o coff.
so9. Book of the
Bible
10. Stare
11.0ther
17. Indite
19. Promnoinal
adjective
20. Sharp-featured
21. Eastern wnam
23. Incumbents
25. Fruit of the
hawthorn
26. Falcon
27. Englsih river
29. Of springs
31Mysttices
a3 Swuetop
34.Pasult
35. Sandaac tree
37. Sour subtmace
39.Period
40. Saratoge
2.28 41. Compasspoint


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East Boath dO 8 6North
1+ Pas 1 NT Dble.
Pass 2 9
West leads the 4K, then the
6L2 to East'8 +A. How should
liast continue?
Analysis: If East reftrns, un*
thinkingly, a spade for West to
ruff, he may as well surrender,
for where will the defence find
the sixth trick?
The double of 1NT is pri-
marlyut for penaties and South
oudhave hardly removed It
without a five-card suit. So,
given tinme, he must have eight
winners-four hearts, two dia-
monds and two clubs. To get the
sixth trick first for the defence,
East should return the O A, then
the OC 4.i up with the QA
on the Brat trmhe will gve
West his sae rur and score
te vita asih arian Io his aide



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Yes, it unth~ had six hearts
he would now make nine tricks
cosieatio A ub rig
or in a match, it isnt.


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H. All together. (8)
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BSA nominate Bob Slatter



Beryllills for sports awards
or
BOB LATTER AND BERYL HIGGS have been aombated by
be ) the Bahamas Golf Association for the Bahamas Federation of 2
,a Amateur Sorts Sortsman and Sortswoman of the Year Award


IfriligaS 10 their final



lame blitz Dynains 8-0
By IVAN JOHNSON
TROPIGAS roasted Dyl. r.nos to the tune of 8-0 in their last
league game of the season to finish top of the League table with
17 points from 10 games, in yesterday's New Providence Sunday
League match at Clifford Park.


THE FOLLOWING, are the
results of Saturday's racing;
ZoIsc RACEK- Jo frons C~ount
$9.35, $4.50; Go Go Girl (5) M.
Adatage (53)A. Saund rs $3Mi .
2nd RACE 4Va futiongs
Ciga~rillo (5) N. MMK rzie $ Z.50.
Saunders $6.25, $;3.50; Stoplight

9-5$ 201.85 Ist. Quinella (5 9)
3rd RACE S furlongs LadY
ck.5S. 1ivel Pay ei ( ) A. I bs
$6.90. 55.05: Sansovina (1) c.
MajorS $8.50. 2nd Quinella (5-7)
4th1 RACE 4V2t furlongs Ugly
C under 11 l)0, $4 On.
$5.05, $3.15: Miss Pumpkin (7 M i
8rw 0 3.00 3rd Quinella -)
Sth1 RACE -10 furtongs
(QUEEN'S CUP) Gold Gail (9) G.
Bla nS cb5 S5 740, $3 40; An tes
Glo (2) M. Brown $4.00 4th
Quiel (ACE 2.95.furiongs Toy
Returns (4) A. Saunders $3.60,
$4.55, $3 15; Ring Of Fire (8) A.
()b Bro6 $4 00, S%1 Quine la
(4-8)h$RA E 4 furlongs Miss
Marsha Bar (6) C. Major $5.35,
$3.35, $2.55; Miss Lene (8) D.
Patel $6.35, $3.00; Rose Leaves
3) M. Brown $2.45. Sth1. Quinella
811h R TE 6 furlongs Mr. PD

$18.10, $7.45; Diamond (3) D.
Carey SS.4S 7th1 Quinella (1-5)

TREVINO WINS SS2 000
FORT LAUDERDALE,
FLORIDA (AP) Forrest Fedler
missed short putts on the last two
holes Sunday and let Lee Trevino
escape with the victory and a
52h,000-do Icr firlste-placeG Ihu oin
Inverrary-National Airlines golf


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GATES OPENii.o0.m..

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GOVERNMhENT SUPERVISED PAllIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR. CONDITIONED D1ININ
ROOM & BAR OVER LOOKING THE Tt ACK.


peR py n11 Il
The awards are scheduled to b
BFAS dinner dance March 17 at
Under the patronage of
Prime Minister L. O. Pindling
and Mrs. Pindling, the Prime
Minister's Trophy will be
awarded to the outstanding
Sportsman and Sportswoman
of the Year 1972.
Mrs. Higgs began playing
golf in 1966, and with a
number of amateur coaches
including her husband Fred,
rapidly developed into one of
the better female golfers in the
Bahamas.
She claims her start was due
to the great interest of her

be"om the difsi ad m terh o
a golfing family. Mrs. Higgs has
two daughters Linda and
Sandra who have just started
and a son Rery who is also an
avid golfer.
Female competition and
interest is not~as great as she
would like and therefore, she
breaks away often to play
squash where she was the
runnerup in the Handicap
Championship this year.
S AWARDS
Last year, Mrs. Higgs
competed in five local
competitions and was the
recipient of five awards at the
B.G.A.'s Annual Presentation
Banquet. In winning the Ladies
Championship Tournament,
she became the Golf
Association Lady Champion
for the year 1972/'73 which
also applies to the Bestball
(net) Championship. In
addition to those, she was
voted the best dressed golfer in
1972.
Competing in many foreign
competitions including those in
Mexico City, Acapulco, New


e manouned during ~the annual
the Sonesta Beach HoteL.
York, Washington, Caracas,
Puerto Rico and Santo
Domingo, Mrs. Higgs in 1972
won the championship division
of the International Golf
Tournament hosted by 1.G.T.
and the Sheraton Hotel Chain
contested in Caracas. As
defending champion, she will
compete in Kenya this year.
During his eight years in
the Bahamas, Mr. Slatter who
was "Golfer of the Year" for
1972 has won many B.G.A.
and club tournaments and has
consistently been one of the

gBahras SitSce 1 66 winth th
exception of -1971, he has been
a member of the Bahamas Golf
Team competing in the
1loerman Caribbean Cup which
up until this year was the
B.G.A.'s only international
team competition.
3 TOURNEYS
In the Bahamas, Mr. Slatter
won the McAlpine Classic on
April 9, the Nassau Golf Open
Pepsi Cola Classic in July ar J
the B.G.A. Champion of
Champ ions.
In international
competition, Mr. Slatter was
the low player for the
Bahamian Team which finished
second in the Hoerman
Caribbean Cup. Of 36 players
from the Bahamas, Barbados,
the Dominican Republic,
Jamaica. Puerto Rico and
Trinidad, Slatter finished
fourth overall.
Qualifying for the Bahamas
team (4 players), he led the
team as player, captain and
delegate to Argentina in
October to compete for the
Eisenlhower Trophy.


Dynamos packed their
penalty area throughout the
first half and although the
Tropigas forwards were
continuously in and around the
Dynamos box they scored only
once in the first half through
outside left Brian Caple.
For the first ten minutes of
the second half Dynamos
forced two saves out of
Grimsey In the Tropigas goal
but thereafter it was all
Tropigas.
oIn t e remaining 351 gats
forwards tore the Dynamos'
defence to shreds,
G~OAL FEAST
After 55 minutes Jimmny
Murray made it 2-0 to T`ropigas
following a free kick and began
the goal feast
In the 60th minute outside
left Caple flicked a through
ball over the Dynamos defence
and Bob Elliott, streaking in
from the right, slammed the
ball into the net from 6 yards
Two minutes later, full back,
Gary Croft who had come into
the attack for a corner rose
abovi the Dynamos defence to
head into the net and make it
4-0.
The next goal was a classic
by Caple, who was
undoubtedly the outstanding
Tropigas forward. Caple had
numerous shots saved
throughout the match,
shooting with tremendous
power and accuracy with both
feet and dribbling with great
skill.
Caple received the ball on
the left and from a seemingly
impossible scoring position
danced around three


bewildered D~ynamos defenders
before blasting in Tropigas'
fifth goal and his second.
in the next ten minutes
striker Phil Davis netted twice
to take the score to 7-0 and in
the closing stages Elliott scored
his second goal of the game
bursting through on the right
and shooting from 30 yards
just before clashing with the
ad vancing D ynam os
goalkeeper.
Following this win Tropigas

ide endin gLeagu Cha pon ,
McAlpine, beat Red Lions in
their last match next week.
Should McAlpine fail to win
then Tropigas will be the
League C'hampions for 1973, if
McAlpine win, however, then
Tropigas will play McAlpine in
a playoff for the League
Championship.
in the second game of the
afternoon St. Georges beat
Paradise 2-1.
Midfield man Tom
Johnstone scored for Paradise
after 5 minutes and Larry
Minns equalized for the Saints
after 30 minutes. With ten
minutes of the game remaining
George Smiles scored the
winning goal from penalty.


THE F;OLLOWING is l~;the inu
' rs tmRao sk racing at Hby

FIR'ST RACE 6 furlongs
Ist. Halt Double
u.(enghhus Khan 11
3. Royal Star I 5
4.Bod 1. hning 11
6.DLuke's Girl 112
7. Colourted Girl 112

SUB.DIark Secret 115
SE OHN R CE S furlongs
1. Bardoo Boy 120
2. Lady Rolle I14
3.Mgt o oung I 6
5.EI Spyrow 114
6. Consider Me 114
8. Traublew eker 11
9. County I16
SU een of the Road 112
Miss Power I 12
Point Taker 114
T.DerR8AC Id 4%/ furlongs I2
2. Sling Shot 115
3. Fleet Floot II2


4.Sweetness 112
5.FurbV's 11
7. Flushing IIS
8.Aburu 1t
SUB.
T lened rh )5
FOURTH RACE 4Vz1 furlongs
b.Drk Gold I 2
3. Wall Eye IIS
4.Hyrdra IIS
5.Ripng O Fire 12
6.SpanishJohn IIS
J. Te O sder 11
9.Dogerlossa 115
SUB.
J nny Eanny 11
Aries Moon II2
Lady Runaway 112
FIFT aACE 6 furlong I12
The Armoury Company Cup Race
2.DsyWind 11
3. Nado's Child I 5
4. Do Tomato 11
6. Win ed Duchem
(e~d Rolse 1
8. More S gar 1I I
SXT HRACE 10 furlongs II
2.Aa ne 15
4. Connie 113
5. Boomerang 113
SEVENTH RACE -4V furlongs
1. The Stran er II3
F op Screte 1 6

6. Al's Twist 113
7. Dark Star Ill
EIGHTH RACE 4V2 furlongs
1. Bundio (Marry Me
Darling) 113
2. Free For Anrue 112
3. Kismet Ill
4. Windy Eve I 12
5. Soph a 112
Me Hak's Diana 11
(8BaR @ C nW dion) 112


CANADIANS LOSE
BOGOTA (AP) Colombia
dfeatexd Canadda I-to quaaify for
tennis tournament against Jamaius
Tony Bartsley gave Canada Its
onl aot nn at en t en roday vbe
Restore o 8 6, 7-5. 6 1. In today's
Vls on nat oun Mc o nhick air2o
6 3, 7 s.
The Colombian D~avis Cup squad
aoudn r tday afde Vlasceo n d
Ivan Molina overcame McCormick
and le kinks to take an unbeatable


BERYL dH GGS B()B SLATT R


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BUCCS CRISH

AR A AS 2
THE BUCCANEERS Rugby
Club defeated the Arawaks
2 3 -4 scoring four
tries, one penalty and two
conversions to the Arawaks'
one try in Saturday's Harry
Knowles Memorial Trophy
match at the Sports Centre.
The Buccaneers dominated
the match throughout although
the Arawaks went into the lead
after 10 minutes followinS
some scrappy play on t te part
of the Buccanreers forwardS.
Immediately after the
Arawaks had opened the
scoring Buccaneers captain,
Jim Banks, scored following a
fine run by right winger Brian
Dyer to put the Buccaneers
level at 4- .
Two minutes later the
Buccaneers went into the lead
when prop, Brian Thomas,
powered his way over after a
throw-in some 15 yards from
the Arawake line.
The Baccaneers did not
Ir gain until 12 miue
int thao second half wbrn im
""'"nk crdahis deondatr of
break on the blindside by
scrum~half, Alan Davis, to put
the Baccaneers 14-4 ahead
Tony Broome then added a
pnalty to the Buccaneers
score and Brian Thomas,
having received a well-timed
pass from Tony Broome went


converted to put the final nail
in at ArtWS 8 il nu Rugby
Club will play the Buccancers
in time Harry Knowles Memorial
TrophY at the Sports
Centre-Krckoff time 3:30 p~m.


1S.A.B.A. PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
THE SENSATIONAL CLASSIC PROS vie to hold second place in the
Paradise League tonight when they take on the unpredictable Police Royarls
in the second game at 8:30 at the A. F. Adderley Gym.
Both teams play their final game in the league as the Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association makes ready for the playoffs.
In the first game at 7:30, the F~ox Hill Saints Juniors should easily
mitin their unbeaten record in six games when they taken on Nassaru
The following is the schedule for the B.A.B.A. 1972-'73 playoffs:-
BEST TWO OF THREE QUARTER FINALS.
vislTORS HOM E
Feb. 27 Arawaks J) vs Roodk %'(2) '.30 pn.m
F~eb. 28. Budwelser (3) vs la(ssic Pros (2) 7:30 p~m.
F'ox Hill Saints vs Colonels (1) 8:30 p.m.
Mr h IRdk r' (2) w Aaa s(3 ):0pm
March 2 Colonel's (1) vs Fox Hill (4) 7:30 p.m.
Ptros (2) vs Eagles (3) 8:30 p.m.
Leagues reverse times of play and teams reverse home and away status
on Saturday andlor Sunday if necessary. Numbers indicate position club
finished in regubr series).
SEMI V~INALS &r BEST TWO OF: THREE
March 5 Nassau League 2 and 3 vs Nassau league 1 or 4 7:30 p.''t.
Paradise League 2 or 3 vs Paradise League I or 4 8:30 p.m.
March 6 Paradise League t or 4 vs Paradise League 2 or 3 7:30 p.m.
Nassau League I to 4 vs Naassu League 2 or 3 8:30 p.m.
March 7 Nassau League 2or 3 vs Nassau League 1 r 4 7:30 p.m.
Paradise League 2 or 3 vs Paradise League 1 or 4 8:30 p.m.
V'INALS B1EST TWO OF: THRfEE
March 9 F~ox Huilaints Junior vs Carter's Colleians 7:30 p.m.
Paradise League finalist vs Nassau Leasue finalist 8:30
March to carter's conlegians vs tFox mul saints Junrior 7:30 p.m.
Nassau Imague thaulists vs P'aradise League finalist 8:30 p.m.
March 12 Fo~x Hill Saints Junior vs Carter's Collegians 7:30 p.m.
Paradise League finalist va Nassasu League finalist 8:30 p.m.
N.B. Single night games begin at 9 p.m. and Sunday games begin at 2
p.m. Admission to quarter and semi-finals will be St.


'IWBERS 9088
d6e rtment with 25 from the
boe do and scored a total of 17.
Simmons, who took II from the
boaurd,contributted IT points.,
Veirrton Lockheast who pacd
Pinder's in the second half with 19
oints took 18 from the boards.
Ca however topped Pinder's
with 10 from the field and six
assistsi. Ferguson scored 17 and save
four assistsl.


acot, a d~d wler enmdtS fard
Kn as topn r 8 caah, the
9140 dropping them in fourth
eh Col ains getting re ball
handling hel from Al rrt agreind
4Ot c th z our qyuarter 24-8,


CARITERS PIP P
CARTER'S HITACHI with a last
minute surse by Prince Hepburn
took a 90-816 victory over Pinder's
Sport Shep and fourth place in the
Paradise eargue of the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball Association
1972-'73 serles Satutrdy at the A.
F. Adderley Gym.
Carter's paced by Hepurtn who
scored 20 of 1is 34 la the firt half
and Georp Simmons, who was hot
fo 1 hld ,663 nti h l
hoop moved Pinder's to a late
61i lobl dle then turned on the
rtadm e pumiphd In u2from t~
scored eigh from the thne and three
f ac th f. id to pull Carter's away
Bodle topped the rebounding


,t


011)r 0r that


Monday, FebJruary 26, 1973.


Champion jockey wins Queen's Cup
GOVERNOR SIR JOHN PAUL (left) presents defending Champion Jockey (second
from right), Gary Bain, with the Queen's Cup which he won in the fifth race atop Gold
Gail at Saturday's meet at the Hobby Horse Race Track. Also pictured are E. Rolled
(right), trainer of Gold Gall and Mr. Wenzel Nicholis (centre), Chairman of the Racing
Commission.

TOMORROW W'S RACING LINEUP Ineara


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DYNAMOS PLAYER Danny Lowe during yesterday's New Providence Sunday Soccer
League Match against leagu leaders, Tropigas. The Tropigas fomrwrds tore the Dynamos
defnce apart hammering them 8-0 with Elilott. Caple alnd Davis scoring twice and
Murray and Croft scoring one goal each. This win means that Tropigas finish the season at
the head of the League table with 17 points from 10 games, and if McAlpine, who have
15 points from 9 games, fall to beat Red Lion next week, Tropigas will be League
Champions for 19731. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


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