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Publication Date: March 15, 1973
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SLOW STANDARD & 'SI'EADY DIET OF HORROR

FILMS AT DRIVE-INS' IS PROTESTED





Residents slam board of






cOHSors f cru eI fms

By NICKI KELLY
SIXTY-THREE NASSAU RESIDENTS have sent an open letter to the Film Censorship Board protesting the
"abysmally low standard of films in general" and more particularly the steady diet of horror films at the Drive-Ins.


Price: I5 Cents




~tf~l~t~~;tiI' 3 IITCIlIIIK


Ir~i~~i- ROBBERY GIRLS
r-:i E12 EARS


61, IR .BL

THREE TEENAGE GIRLS,
sentenced to prison for
robbery. had to be carried



their male police escorts.
The three, residents of Lewis


two years with hard labour
when they appeared before the
Juvenile Panel Wednesday
afternoon.
T'hey were accused of acting
ars dec~oy to unwary motorists
whomn they robbed with the
help of two men identified
o~nly as "C:incinnatti" and
"Sha~ft." The two are still the
ohJec~tF of a search by police.
TIhe 14-year-old was jointly


his trousers, a cheque, his
driver's licence and $100 cash
uilM~l 4 as well as as aul reg
wea un.


to, run concurrently with a
second two-year sentence
imnposed on them for robbing
Miss Vernice Miller of four
gold bracelets and a gold chain
valued at $525. They were also
accused of using personal

voleence against hMis ci ler at

DAMAGE TOO
The three were also charged
jointly with using obsence
language to the annoyance of
two supervisors at the G~irls'
Industrial School, Fox Hlill,
and causing damage to two
beds a~nd a door in the
institution. They were
cautioned on this charge.
He also convicted tge
14)-year-old on a separate
charge of robbery. She was
accused of robbing Hudson
Lawrence of $23 cash on
Martchh 4e with the help of
The panel was told that the
gil oojste ot faggng co
take them to an address
where another of their group
would join them. They then
asked the driver to take them
somewhere else.
In the case involving Harris,
the girls had him drive them to
a remote area of South Beach.
Awaiting their arrival were
the two youths "Cincinatti"
and "Shaft" who helped the
girls rob the motorist.
Exhibited in the court was an
eight-inch knife with
blood-stained blade, a can
opener-ice-pick and a length of
wood studded with six rusty
nails.
'The exhibits were not
ordered confiscated, but police
authorities secured them as
possible exhibits, if they are
successful in bringing the other
two youth, who are still at
large, to trial.
Attempts to obtain any
information from the girls
concerning their friends were
futile as they referred to them
only by their nicknames,
Leaving the courtroom after
sentencing, one of the girls
turned on her police escort,
attacked him violently, and
kicked him. Taken into the
station, the girls continued to
misbehave screaming and

s6e NTHS FOR 33LBS
OF RAW INDIAN HELP
A MINNIE Street welder,

sn ene byhMna itrate Wil on
)lercules to six months with
hard labour Wednesday in
default of $aig 1,000 fin
for possession fg a3 pounds o
raw Indian hemp.
Christie was ordered to pay
the $1,000 fine when he
pleaded guilty to having three
velvet hassocks stuffed with
marijuana.
He was arrested at the
airport Tuesday after a


Customs Officer saw him


VOL. LXX, No. 96


The letter, copies of which
were also directed to the press,
the Anglican Bishop, Catholic
Bishop, Minister of Culture,
and Theatrical Enterprises,


expressed concern over the
effect such films have had or
are having on young children
whose parents are induced to
bring them because of the free


admission.
"This publicity gimnmick is
obviously meant to draw in
large crowds of people and at
the same time drag an equally


large number of children from
their beds,"' the signatories
declared.
Drawing attention to two
enclosed advertisements by the
Carmichael Drive-in for "Zaat"
the walking catfish and "Brain
of Blood" and "Devil's
Nightmare," the writers asked
the Censorship Board why
"beautiful and sensitively


ugly and crude ones go
blood-drippingly by."
BANNED
The letter sa d that "Women
'an Lov i" vich io dsritbe I
mature in its approach'
professionaclrkn is pod tion

entirety," had been billed to
come here but was banned.
"Why? Is it that you firmly
believe that normal mature
people do not undress in front
ooem foher eo to d wt
have sexual desires or even
have any interest in the
subject
Or do you believe that if
they do or have any of these
things they are unnatural or
tede dknow? the writers
wanted~~ t nw
"Do you also believe," they
continued, "as it would seem
from your past decisions on
which films are acceptable,
that normal mature people
grow horns and body hair
overnight, copulate with
:ostr and : :for bs o
very interested in doing so? Is
besiabit ?to be preferred to

"What does the Board
consider its defence to be,
when all that is uncouth and
unnatural triumphs over all
that is sensual and beautifully
natural?
"To boro fo th
titlesoof tworowf theo fIms i
question: The devil triumphs
over love'. Does the Board
consider that the service it
ought to provide the
community is even remotely
compatible with this heresy?"
ENDORSEMENT?
In view of the regularity
with which such films were
shown the complaints
wondered if this was to be
taken as endorsement of their
worthiness by the Censorship
Board.
These films, they said, did
not appear at the Drive-ins and
certain other cinemas
spasmodically, "but are with us
all the time, which must mean
that their seal of approval is
not only set but blessed.
"These films have no claim
to art, do not impart
knowledge, carry no message,
and cannot possibly he
classified as enjoyable, and yet
their perpetual presence
together with the theatre
rnangse thentundearn teves t
them, must surely be taken as a
recommendation of their

wo o i ud the letter: "What
effect does the Board suppose
such films will have (or have
had) on the minds of young
children and what precedent is
being set by the adults of this
country for the young to set
their standards by?
"Even if the children fall
asleep (or even pass out) after
the first half hour, they may
awaken to a 'nightmare' of
blood-curdiang screams,
horrific facesand revolting acts
of cruelty and perversion.
HWow does the Board think
the child who is exposed to
this will cope mentally and
am tio a ly with such a 'rude
The signees also protested
the lack of creative art films,
but added that they in no
respect favoured minors being
amitt o films designed for


IT TOOK FOUR POLICEMEN to manhandle this 14-year-old Lewis Street girl
sentenced yesterday, along with two other 15-yeair-old girls, to two years for armed
robbery with violence. Three constables (from left) 149 Taylor, 254 Gibson and 399
Colby are given as assist by an unidentified CID officer. PHOTO: PHILLIP SYMONETTE


CORONER'S JURY SAY --


COntF3Ct0r & ex-policeman






m80 'bllif H pl 1st reCOgniti00'

A SEVEN-MEMBER CORONER'S INQUEST conducting
inquiries into the death of James Evans, 38, a Fox Hill landscaper
whose body was found burned "beyond recognition" in the back
bedroom of a Mladeira Street house gutted by fire, yesterday
concluded that thle deceased's deaths was thle cause of negligence
on the part of two of his friends, one of them his former


- SAYS DRIVE-IN BOSS
"THE QUALITY of films
now bemng produced is so poor
that cin mas have little coe

Sidney McKenzie, manager of
the Prince Charles Drive-In said

As ed to comment on the
criticism being levelled at the
type of movies brought here
Mr. McKenzie said the indust y
was not making anything
worthwhile t da n ls s
available that's what you get.
Furthermore, he added, there
was only a small turnout for
family films. 'The kids today
want to see grownups movies.
Mr. McKenzie pointed out
that s since Apniloal972 thd

prohibited children between 6
and' 16 from viewing a
"restricted" film:.

"r estited"d ea nsdn eith r
on the U.S. rating or the rating
imposed by the Censorship
Boattd or both, The Tribune
As a result of this ban the
Pr meendCharles mo "losing a
money," Mr. McKenzie said.
DAMAGE
In addition vandals have
repeatedly damaged Drive-In
property.
The theatre manager said he
had recently spent $9,500 to
enclose the parking area with a
wall and fence, and already
persons outside had begun
cutting the wire away.
It was disclosed in December
that as a result of complaints
about the standard of films,
the government planned
controlling legislation
sometime this year*
Home Affairs permanent
secretary Baltron Bethel
informed cinema operators
that legislation providing for
more control over the quantity
and type of films exhibited in
cinemas in the Bahamas, as
well as other aspects of their
operation would be considered
by Parliament.
Among other things, Mr.
Bethel explained, it will
provide for the appointment of
a censorship committee which
will be able to more
consciously make decisions in
this area.
When the new legislation
becomes law, instead of the
Commissioner of Police being
chred wiwh the responsibility

screening, the pe mm 12 e
varying views on censorship,
will perform this function.
'NO DIFFICULTIES
MINISTER of tourism
Clement Maynard told CBS-TV
news last night that he did not
anticipate any difficulties when
the Bahamas moved to
independence on July 10 as the
Leader of the Opposition had
stated that the Opposition was
prepared to accept the
mandate of the people.
"It's now only left to us to
prove that we can do it," he
told the new cmentator






1 ONLY


THE BAHAMAS CATHOLIC BOARD of Education
announced today the reorganization of the Catholic School
System into primary, junior high and senior high schools. At the
p snt ti t sho s stem includes kindergarten to grade 6


or ~ade ed two high s hoos
As of Septemnber 19)73, all
all-age schools, except those in
Grand 8 ah ama, w ill
discontinue 7th and 8th grades
and be converted to primary
schools stopping at grade 6.
The schools affected are: St.


S Cclia'sS ad Ouoar a d's
A new junior high school is
being established on the
premises presently occupied by
Sacred Heart School. This
school will be named the
Bishop Leonard Junior High
School. Sister Teresa Doyle has
been named as headteacher.
Chiluren shac~rding Sacred
Heart School plysently are


being relocated in other
Diocesan schools, principally
St. Bede's and St. Thomas
More.
The other schools in the Out
Islands that go from grade 1-6
are not affected by the
reorg niziatio aexc~ea mtho e

September 1974, Mary Star of
the Sea and St. Vincent de Paul
Schools in Grand Bahama will
offer grades 1-6 and grades 7-9.
The two high schools
Aquinas College in Nassau and
Grand Bahama Catholic High
School will gradually phase out
the junior division and become
senior high schools.


JOHN Q. FAWKES



Fawk~es, 5H of Murp ~it e
died at the Russin C`linic at 1
a.m. today after a long illness.
Mr. Fawkes, who settled in
Nassau with his Bahamnian wife
after World War II, was a Flight
Sergeart in the R.A.F. (le to~ok
part inr the Battle of Britain
before being transferred to the
R.A.F. station in Nassau.
Mr. Fawkes is survived by
his wife, Thelma, two children,
Jennifer, and David, two
grandchildren, all of Nassau;
and one brother, Victor, of
England.
nFunenddaramnpunents winlbe
Instead of flowers the family
has requested ttust d 1 ion

Children's Fund.



CONDEMN ACCIDENT

TO SHORKELLER p


THE BAHAMAS
Underwater Club today called
for strict enforcement of the
1970 Water Skiing and Motor
Boat Control Act to prevent
accidents similar to the one
which sent British T`rade
Comisoe John Bu t
hosmltal rihhead wotunrs1
Mr. Burn was run over by a
red speedboat while snorkelling
with is son in six feet of water
off Brown's Point Saturday
afternoon.
Underwater Club president
D)ick Beales said that as divers
the club was probably more
aware than most people of the
dangers of high speed craft,
and when diving offshore took
special safety precuations.
"When however it no longer
becomes safe to take oir
children swimming off the
beach, it is surely time that the
law be exercised to protect
themi"

Sk ing a d MotsaiBoa ec wat
in his opinion full of sound
common sense. "Indeed it is a
wiy hat we even nedr toh
all, only the basics of good
seamanship, self discipline and
a respect for the safety of our
fellow men," he declared.
The Ulnderwater C'lub
president pointed oc. that
Club members spend many
man hours on and under the
waters around New Providence,
and tried to set high standards
of safety and responsibility in
all water activities.
"'Unfortunately," he added,
"it takes an accident to make
us all more aware of the need
for greater publicity and
vigorous enforcement of this

TAede Commissioner Burn
suffered two deep lacerations
to the head, concussion and a
shoulder wound as a result of
Saturday's accident. The boat
did not stons dahoghd Mr.


Th paclrs /alryeaded n
Wilson, returned a finding of
"manslaughter by negligence "
Mr. Leonard Taylor, an
ex-policeman antd the owner of
the seven-roomed stone house
on Madeira Street, which was
destroyed on September 8 by
fire, and Mr. Vernon G;. Collie
president of the C~ontractors
Association and the Bahamas
Employers' Confederation
were named by the jury as the
persons responsible.
Mr. Collie, a contractor by
tade, is alsolassocae dw t

Company.

yesereday, edd bhreeretausn o
hearings at which various
persons, including Collie and
Taylor were summoned to
testify.
Magistrate Emmanuel
()sadebay told the jurors that it
was their duty to return a
verdict based on the facts that
were presented them.
Instructing them on the weight
to be attached to a black
Antler suitcase. the sole exhibit
in the inquiry, he said they
could ask themselves whether
the articles found inside it
could be reasoned as things
packed by a thief or, whether
they might be something
prepared in anticipation o~f an
expected inci ent.
'THEff SUIITCASE'
~The jury had been told
earlier that the suitcase was
found at a building owned by
Mr. Collier on Chesapeake aind
A~rawatk Avenule by a Loren~zo
Bric~e of' Kemp Road. It had
been hidden in a c~lumnp of
bushes near a banana patch the
court was told in the evidence
of D)et. Zebedee Johnson
Reading a list of the itels
found in the suitcase. which
had been locked, M~agistrate
Osadebay noted the contents
as "one insurance certificate


JOHN S. EVANS
. the dead man


for Eagle Star Insurance Co.
1td, indthe name of Le nr
four insurance certificates for
Underwriters Agency Ltd., in
the name of Leonard T'aylor
for the period from 1968-70'
"sixteen insurance certificates
for J. S. Johnson & C'o. Ltd., in,
the name of Leonard Taylor
extending from 1964 to 1968.
IHe also read from the list
documents of divorce
proceedings, 26 'h ase
Manhattan Bank statements for
lMiss Sylvia Smith, one
envelope containing divorce
proceedings, and some 34
other articles ranging from
Imperial Life Insurance
receipts to "one brown change
purse containing one Bank of
Guyana dollar bill, 24 assorted
Mexican, English and C'anadian
coins."
The jurors, before retiring
for about foniy minutes, hiad
questioned the magistrate on
the poble vedicts the wr
ene ossi to turn and ha
earlier paid a visit to the scene
of the Pfire on Madeira Street
Witnesses who testified
during the hearing also
included Evans' sister, his
sweetheart Arnette Adderley
of F-ox Hiill and Miss Tlhelmna
Ta~ylor of rEast Street "opposite
the Fountain of Youth Club "


Fred Ostrikoff, 39, of
Kamrock Solk, Saskatchewan,
pleaded guilty to the three
charges. He had a fourth charge
of possessing material for
forging notes dropped when
Inspector Silas Nixon offered
no evidence on the charge.
Ostrikoff was represented by
attorney Nigel Bowe who
asked the magistrate not
to impose a prison sentence,
but instead, a large fine. Mr.
Bowe said his client was
"afflicted with unfortunate
circumstances.
"He came to the Bahamas
after being in another
Caribbean country Jamaica.
After coming her, he met
certain persons .... whom he
socialized with and one of
them asked him to hold certain
things for him," Mr. Bowe said.
He also told the court that
"it was at the Paradise Island
Casino where he was asked to
change certain goods which he
was holdings and was arrested
in the process of doing so.
"No one in this country has
suffered aanyp ti aes hn d

uot know that these notes were
AT PARADISE

the csu earlier xht tO tdi ofld
the owner of two small
businesses in Canada, had

aernbved i27N Os Febru y 27o
he was seen at the Paradise
I slan d Casino where he
atte pted to chang a $100
not Ip e
'The note appeared as if
somethingwawasawrrn si e

were multilated he said
Inspector Nixon also said
that detectives who searched a
vault in the accused's hotel
room "found a quantity of
u20tbi t dvhic~hhhad alobe
inside a safety vault by the
acculsed, he said.
Hie told the court that each
zero in the serial number of the
.ilshad been altered innsoma
quantity of $100 bills which


INSPECTOR SILAS NIXON
... with some of the counterfeit
money

had their edges cut narrower.
Police officers who searched
osrikf' 0 oo on a w rant
amount of counterfeit money
inside it. Also found was an
Amercn nla so rt issued to

but bearing the photograph of
the accused.
Camparing the passport
photo with the accused, the
Magistrate remarked "but you
are much, much handsomer
than Hughes,"
Taking into consideration
the accused's attitude during
questioning by police, the
Magistrate sentenced him to a
prison term. Inspector Nixon
said Ostrikoff told officers who
asked him to assist them in
their investigations they "were
smart m...... f...... cops" and
could find out the answers to
their own questions.
CHESS CHAMPION FISCHER
TO PLAY IN LONDON?
LONDON. MARCH IS (AP)
World chess champion Bobby
d~ece rsv mlsy n La n o p


TWiggy here on holiday
A MODEL'S VACATION Twiggy, whose skinny figure
brought her money and fame in the fashion world at 17
years, arrived in Nassau yesterday with her manager for a
two weeks vacation. Leslie Hornsby, which is Twiggy's real
natie, irs pc ure itatNassau international aAirport shortly
Justin de Villeneuve. PHOTO: Andrew Toogood


~ribut


(Ressetered wihPeaatro aaa o otg oein wi--rrthln the Bahargl.) Nassa1U and Bahama Is8lnds Leading Newspaper


Thursday, Marchr 15, 1973


US0R 8 CAPOUH H Ug V


OF POOR FILMS 100fganizel8 0fo $8|)tSmI)8f


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forged passport & counterfeit


HOtsS,SOnt 10 jail f0[ 8 788[

By SIDNEY DORSETT
A CANADIAN BUSINESSMAN who was found in possession
of a quantity of counterfeit U.S. currency, a forged passport and
a number of multilated notes was imprisoned for 12-months by
Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules Wednesday.













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~IC) ICY ~1L ~ ~~'


WASHINGTON (AP)-
P~readentia counsel John W. Dean
Wednesday turned down an
comltt t trtifL rt -gs by.,
on L. Patrick Gray's nossination to
be FBI director. But he said he

His letter to chairman James o.
Eastiand, (D-Mis.) Irft the next
move up to the committee, which
invited Dean to appes from
quesahasn by a 16 to 0 vote
Eastiand told a reporter he
favoured acceptinl Dean's offer.
"We can slve It a try and see what
information we st," he said, "It's
bet than. getihnotn. Tunney,
(DCalif.) who made the motion to
Invite Dean, and some other
Democrats on the judiciary
comlttte utermed bDean's offer
co n. Robert C. Byrd, (D-W. Va.)
the assistat majority leader, took
the Senate floor to appeal to the
Senate and the judiciary committee
to stand by the invitation to Dean
to rppear reonally.at DMs.
anot er committee member, said he
would support a move to subpoena
Dean.
However, Eastiand and Senate
Republican leader Hugh Scott, a
member of the committee,
predicted that any attempt to
coerce the White House lawyer to
testify would not succeed.
Dean, in his letter, said that in
accord with Nixon's recent
statement on executive privlece, "I
must rerspctfully decline the
invitation of the committee to
formally appear and testify."
Nixon previously had said that
no President could allow the White
House lawyer to testify before a
conlresssional committee.
Thiswas al RFeshOed by Sen.
R. L. Hrusks, (R-Neb.) the traking
minority member of the judiciary
committss.f e m Iat ad "tf
hlm ereo o ppear before the
committee would be the same as
for the President to be there."
"Suppose the Presdernt
demanded Ithttthe chairman o a
White House to answer for a vote or
a speech," said Hrusks.
Eastiand said he has no plans at
thi gtlm o nd r De mmittte
He said the committee will reume
its heruings Tuesday
Tunney said that the White
Hours's consent to let Dean answer
qualt s in hwrl ai r**Is an toe
consideration of the Gray
nomination."
The questioning of Gray has
invsntse tion af nh bug gi of Fth
Democratic headquartgrs in the
Watetrate complex here last Jtme
and his action in making FBI
ivestigative reports available to


Daan.


n)owNTowN MIAMI



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PORTION OFBISCAYNE BAY SEALED OFF
MIAMI (AP) Offlwal in Miaml fear that an organism which Is
mysteriously killing fish may harm humans. Therefore, authorities have
welde off a 10c-uare mile portion of Biscayne Bay to swimmins, fishing
The Bay is a popular rskling and boating area for tourists and South
Florlds residents. A dozen marine patrol boats will advise people today to
aoi th una hOnetOade Cohuntt official ha it's just a precautionary
The county pollution control directr says dead fish and birds haew been
reported along a five-mite stretch of the Bay South of Mack Point.
Thousands of dead fish reportedly have been found in canals adjoining the
Bay since January 23r3d. And the die offs seem to be increasing.
CHINA FREES IWO U.S. PILOTS
CLARK AIR BASE, PHILIPPINES (AP) Communist China hs freed
two American pilots captured as the U.S. Involvement in the Vietnam war
was reaching its peak. They have arrived at Clark Air Base to join 1 08 other
Vietnam prisoners of war who uar on their way home.
MAirt frc major Phili Smith Hodliut nat comanh r Robrt Eyn"'
Hong Kong border and took a helicopter to the Royal Air Force base
where a U.S. hospital plane was waiting for them.
Smith who is from Roodh, Ilnne wen m rano so own ove lorias o
;speomhert o 96s. An fann- w i r Clad png ooao
As the prisoners freed by Hanot undergo medical checks at Clark Air
Base, Philippines, authorities there are preparing to receive 32 more men.
They are the prisoners to be released tomorrow by the Viet Cong. The
exchange will take place at Hanol's Gla1 Lam airport
totlep o2men belong releasM toorro lbya 4hV to Gong l mie t
March 28 deadline set in the cease-fire.
DELIV SERIES TO WOUNDED KNEE HELD UP
WOUNDED KNEE, SOUTH DAKOTA (AP) Negotiations between
federal officials and the Indians occuyping Wounded Knee, South Dakota
are scheduled to resume today, but they may be hampered by severe
weather conditions in the area. Yesterday, negotiations were stalled by a
buizzard that brought wind Ousts up to 50 miles an hour.
The Indians say that neither the cold weather nor a rationing of food
sup lies will force them out of Wounded Knee. A Justice Department
spo esman said National Council of Churches observers would be
permitted to take supplies to the Indians; but Indian leaders say no
supplies reached the village yesterday, and they have charged that
Government officials held up the deliveries.
JUDGE'S DECISION COULD BECOME LANDMARK
CHICAGO0 (AP) A federal judge in Illinois has made what could
become a landmark decision. He has ordered the State of Illinois to pay 2o
million dollars to 14-thoursand depositors in a defunct Savings and Loan
Association.
Legal experts say the decision could force the state to pay for frauds
pomte oy prepu s t and businesses a state had licensed and was
Judge Edwin Robson ruled that by lack of proper regulation, state
offcalsr permitted the depletion of more than 70 per cent of the assets of
the former City Savings and Loan Association in Chicago.
HUSSEIN COMMUTES GUERRILLAS' SENTENCES
BEIRUT. MARCH IS (AP) King Hussein of Jordan has given in to
pressure from many Arab leaders and commuted the death sentences of
guerrilla leader Mohammed Daoud Odeh and 16 of his confederates.
do and af tegh Madka Sptthoborthrroristsuwokled a wad A ian
diplomats and a Belgian on March 2 after seizing the Saudi Arabian
embassy in Khartoum.
In a message broadcast by Radio Amman, Hussein said he commuted the
deth strone bcse nyfa e considerations" and "sincere and
The new sentences for the guerrillas were not spelled out, but they are
expected to remain in prison. They were sentenced to death on Feb. IT for
plotting to overthrow Husseln, whom the Palestinian guerrillas hate almost
as much as they do the Israells because he drove them out of Jordan in
The royal clemency could also be interpreted as an expression of
appreciation to the Black Septemberists for sparing the life of Jordan's
Charge P'Affaires in Khartoum.
PEOPLE STILL BEING KILLED IN SAIGON
SAlOON, MARCH I5 (AP) A series of explosions ripped through a
crw sul Buddhists at adreligious servlhee before dawn today i tehe rekns
terrorist attack reported in the 47 day-old cease-fire.
The South Vietnamese Military Command said 17 persons were killed
a O~~rWeMUwoded, but the deputy police chtet of the province said
tMos of eda vidi wrewoCu b ddans native to the region, according to
a spokesman for the Saigon Command.
Both the spokesman and the deputy police chief blamed the attack on
Commnunist t~rrorst.
CANADA DISPLEASED AT I.C.C.S' OPERATIONS
SAIGON1 (AP) Canadian Foreign Minister Mitchell Sharp has arrived in
Saigon. He wants to see how the International Commission of Control and
Supervision is working and to meet with Saigon government officials and
Ve ong ladete. I ap has hd Cand mon oehra otapee of te c y
His deadline is March 28th the same date set for completion of
prisoner release and the U.S. troop withdrawal. On his arrival today, Sharp
said his government is not satisfied with the way the I.C.C.S has been
operating, but he says Canada is not without hope, either.
CHARLES' ON-SHORE ACTIVITIES KEPT SECRET
SBAN SUAN, PUERTO RICO (AP) Britain's Prince Charles came
to PUet Roas an officer abor da Rsoy Navy ship and with the help of
Charles is serving as an officer aboard H.M.S. Minerrva which is due to
as ealluy today.
LORD OLIVIER BOWS OUT AS DIRECTOR
LONDON (AP) Lord Olivier, Britain's foremost Shakespearean actor,
Is quitting his role as artistic director of the National Theatre without
waiting for the flaal curtain.
He was appointed in 1962 either for five years or until completion of a
new national theatre whichever took longer
The theatre company presently housed at the Old Vic Theatre is
due to move to Its new site on the south bank of the river Thames in
Janury 1974, but Sir Laurence as he prefers to be called 1s bowing
out next November*
"I feel the cliff-hanging a bit of a strain," he said at a news conference to
Oib'seardil rolawill be taken over by Peter Hal, a former director
of the Royal Shakespere Companywwho was due to succeed to the post
t;; ~~~he theatre moved to ts new alte. Olivier said he did not want to
HM.:diW~ cPs tes of olfee and sowas bowing out early.
klwUiao Ovlve as co diftetor of the National Theatre April I and
take over full responsibiity in November. Olivier will then be named an
astoolte director.


By Peter Maccini
LONDON (AP) London's
passenper train servies
ploughed into deeper chaos
Wednes ay AvQien sep d
up te g~sloa tatc
stranding thousands of
coggggggg'
Labour unrest also it
Britain's hospital and ps
supplies. Civil servants
launched a new series of
selective strikes that threatened
to disrn t pament of
unemployment ad sickness
relief and customs controls at
air and sea ports
The stoppages and gc~slows
ar against the government's
anti-inflationary measure
Eimiting wage hikes to one
pund a week 2.40 dollars -
plus four per cent of basic

In London, commuters
travelling to the south-eastern
suburbs were left without
trains for the eighth straight
n gt. Travellers had to use the
already crowded main-line
trains bound for more distant
destinations but stopping en
rou e.
The Associated Society of
Locomotive Engineers and
Firemen ,u (ASLEF), the unon
representing the drivers,
warned it will continue its
non-cooperation tractics of
banning overtime and refusing
to drive trains if the com an
rules are not obeyed to the hs
letter. The union has also
called a total 24-hour stoppage
for Thursday, the fourth in less
than a month.

DEMANDS
ASLEF is demanding an
increase of nine pounds -
21.60 dollars a week on the
current basic of 31 pounds -
74.40 dollars.
As weary passengers
thronged London's stations
employment minister Maurice
Macmillan reaffirmed the
government's determination
there will be 'no surrender' to
the railmen*
Angry lawmakers called on
the state-owned railroad
system to stop paying drivers
who refused to take trains out
for what are considered
pettifogging reasons.
"It is time these drivers
stopped holding the nation to
ransom," said Conservative
John Hunt. "While the rest of
the people suffer the driven
are still on full pay.
Meanwhile the British
Medical Association
representing the country's
doctors employed in the
National Health Service called
on the government to set up an
urgent inquiry into the strike
by hospital ancillary workers.
"Urgent action is needed if
sick people are not to suffer,"
the BMA statement said.
The strike has robbed
hospitals of many of their
auxiliaries onpaged in sulch
duties as1 cleaning floors,
cooking meals and attending to
patients.
WALKOUT
In Birmingham, Britain's
seod city 200 civil srato
walked out of 13 government
departments hand lanS
unemployment relief work and
a thousand more are du to
stop work Thursday mno fcos
of the department of health
and social security which pay
out sickness benefits and old
age pensions
The Birmingham area was
chosen because of the
militancy and solidarity of the
labour unionists, a union
spokesman said.
The civil servants re



Elsewhere, the first signs of
a let up in the four-week gas
dispute came when 5,000
householders were able to cook
a hot lunch after 1 I days
without power in the industrial
Mdland.


AP NEWSMAN IN HANOI



'My God, at a good


to be back' say


fr eed US pr is one rs

(EDITOR 'S NOTE: nThe writer of the following claspatch Is rs
AP photographer who received permission to enter North
Vietnam,}
By HOIRST FAAS
HANOI (AP)-- ITe North Vietnamoes officer csited out to
each group of American prioaner arriving at Gis lam airport for
their flight to freedom: "Step forward when your name is called
and go home.
One by one they obeyed, appears undamaged by the
107 U.S. fliers and one final American air raids. Grand
American civilian. grows over air raid shelters in
They saluted or shook hands parks. Sidewalk manholes,
with American officers in once protection in sudden
Hanoi to pick them up and raids, have become a nuisance
then walked mnto one of the for sidewalk dealers spreading
three U.S. Air Force Cl41 out their wares.
transport planes that cari~ed The American POWs were
them to Clark Air Base in the detained in a one-story
Philippines for the first stop on tin-roofed barracks surrounded
their way home. by watchtowers, a man-high
Only one of the POWs, Lt. metal fence and some barbed
Cmdr. John McCain III, son of wire. The drab barracks, in a
an admiral, had difficulty residential quarter of the city'
getting out of the bus. He was obviously not the
walked with a heavy limp but notorious Hanoi Hilton but a
went unaided to his evacuation transit camp.
plane. When members of the
The POWs wore loose gray Control Commission visited the
shirts and baggy trousers issued camp Wednesday morning, the
by their captors an hour Americans were detained in 11
before. The men seemed tense rooms on the ground floor.
when they got off the small GRIPPED BARS
camouflage-painted buses at Each room had a locked
Gia Lam. Unsmiling, some wooden door and a barred
with their facial muscles lookout window. The
trembling, they lined up and prisoners, some bare-chested,
were marched to a roped-off others in gray prison grab with
at ea outside Hanoi's numbers stamped on the back*
bomb-shattered commercial were gripping the iron bars.
airport terminal. Nine to II POWs were
A crowd of several hundred locked in one room. They
North Vietnamese soldiers and crowded at the door to watch
civilians stared at them in the the Control Commission
glaring noon sun. arriving to inspect the camp,
Then they walked past the one of the preliminaries for the
officers of the Joint Military release.
Com mission and the Some POWs hid their faces.
International Commission of Others stuck their hands
Control and Supervision, through the bars to give
WIDE GRINS V-for-Victory signs when


ByChalrle Grec
PMANAPMA (P).-TbU.N. mAut tChoun i
expected to pt harh criticism from seveal
not ons.
The session is the council's and the United
first in Latin America and il discused at lnE
provide a first test for John Two hug
Scali, the newly appointed U.S. signs in front (
ambassador to the United hall proclaime
Nations. Spanish, Chinel
Panama invited the Council Russian two st
to meet hee so its members by Panama's
can see what this country calls man, Brig. Gen.
U.S. colonialism in the Canal One says*
Zone. Other Latin-American ambassadors o
countries with anti-U.S. republics and
grievances are expected to add the foreign pre
their complaints. answer: What
Scali and the U.S. delegation world can
were prepared to defend U.S. humiliation of
positions on at least four key piercing its own
points in hemisphere relations: The other:
Retention of the U.S. assured that in
naval base at Guanrtanamo Bay with the Uni
in Cua. America, you t
-Opposition to some us standing on
Latin-American nations feet and never
extending territorial rights and nevr
controlling fishing 20 ie
offshore. UNDER P
A proposal that Puerto '"That is a
Rico be given independence. the Security
-The activities of pressure and v
multinational companies, reasons we oi
specifically ITT~ and Kennecott the meeting
Copper Corp., concerning tension,"aU
Chile. said.
Mexico was also expected to Apparently
press the United States, criticism, Torr
France, the Soviet Union and off much
China to ratify the Treaty of anti-Americanil
Tlatelolco which creates a Panamanian 1
nuclear-free zone in Latin government has
America. The United States delegates their
agrees to part of the treaty but violence
exempts the U.S.-owned demonstrations
Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico At least 10
as being vital to U.S. defense. foreign minis
VAGUE AGENDA Raul Roa of
The agenda for the meetings attend the me
is a vague one referring to the mayr arrive b]
wish to preserve peace in the session starts.
hemisphere. Aqulino Boyd, the Experienced
Panama~ ambassador to the predicted the
United Nations, is the Security produce a do
Council President for this condemning (
month and brought about the without nami
meeting in Panama. States. It was
The current round of likely that
negotiations between Panama would be ov


Latin-American

States might be
gth,
e three-soey
of the meeting
d in English,
se, French and
atements made
military strong
SOmar Torrijos.
"Let the
f the friendly
members of
:ss here present
nation of the
withstand the
a foreign flag
heart. ,,
"You may rest
our negotiations
ited States of
will always find
Sour own two
on our knees,

'RE SSURE
way of putting
Council under
was one of the
opposed holding
in an area of
~.S. spokesman

to mert this
ijos has turned
of the usual
sm in the
press and his
;assured Council
e will be no
or street

Latin-American
;ters, including
Cuba, are to
reting and more
y the time the

U.N. observers
Meeting will
cument vaguely
colonialism but
ing the United
not considered
the document
erly harsh, but
debate could be
was possible that
change between
nion and China

.


spotting western reporters.
Others made obsene gestures
when filmed by foreign
newsmen.
When the Joint Military
Commission and International
Control Commission
delegations invited a group of
POWs for interviews about the
last detention camp, four were
brought in. An unidentified
American POW officer told the
Commission they would not
reply to questions but wanted
the ranking POW, Air Force
Col. John P. Flynn, 50, of
Shalimar, Fla., to answer for
the whole group.
A spokesman for the four
prisoners also said they wanted
to walk out of the conference
room if western and local
newsmen continued taking
pictures of the POWs.
The North Vietnamese camp
commander granted the POWs
the right to refuse to answer
and the prisoners were walked
back to their cells.



heat) threat la SK
LONDON (AP)' Police searched
the Houses ofParlimnt Thunday
after a thtrat was received that the
building would be blown up if 10
preons asrretd last week were not
ed. rslto I mdiate y
demandled slt hter mmscur@
e7tar neaIaHthe aldlaceho
lawmakers carried identity cadrd
and nwds were unable to keep
Intnrn on t.
to Hmay teald Nth Lo don, rled
the widshield of a jeep was
shattered by nd explso.Te

wheltber a sm blmborda engj
tire vehicle, which ws pakrkd at
the time.
occ mbecles ha ndown sic t
explosions last Thursday caused the


An inquest was told that
Fredcerik _M~ito S8-yer-rold
ua kerr or, ndr them st
coronarr thrombosis aggravated by
*heOlde oflr prhl cilr
coutrt neruby.
II'e erons were taken from a
algr shordl otthe exp a sio


some of the (
heated and it (
a new bitter e:
the Soviet U
was possible.


Only when they spotted the
American escort officers did
most of the men break into
wide grins. Tension and
stiffness gave way to
relaxation. There was
shoulder-slapping, and again
and again and words: "My
God, it is so good to be back.
It has been such a long trip."
None of the prisoners talked
to the large crowd of
Hanoi-based and visiting
newsmen. North Vietnamese
soldiers kept newsmen away
from the three evacuation
planes.
As the POWs were
transported from their last
detention camp in downtown
Hanoi to Gia Lam Airport they
drove by sciences of the damage
inflicted by heavy BS2 raids
late last year.
The downtown area was
clogged Wednesday morning
with a traffic jam of thousands
of trucks, carts and bicycles.
Almost all the vehicles
appeared to be involved in
round-the-clock reconstruction
wor k
TIhe 1%-mile long Ben
Bridge, connecting Gia Lam
Airport with Hanoi across the
Re iver, was repene .
early March after three sections
were destroyed by accurate
laser bombing raids late last
year. But traffic on the narrow
two-lane bridge, formerly
known as Paul Doumer Bridge,
moves only at bicycle pace,
DEVASTATION
The fan railroad yard
between the bridge and Gia
Lam Airport is still the scene
of utter devastation caused by
pinpoint BS2 raids. Anid the
ruins of civilian homes around
the railroad yard, new
buildings grow.



Wreckage from railroad cars,
trucks, tracks and steel girders
are used to repai the damaged
roads downtown:
Old 'Hanoi, with it
dilapidated French colonial
buildings and shaded sidewalks,


WE W IRIS H P.M *


T AKES 0 VER
DUBLIN (AP)--Liam Cosgrave,
son of a former President, took
over as Ireland's Prime Minister
Mr dnaeda omooMl e ding Fhe
- Soldiese of Destiny Party.
co*Sraw, a 52-year-old attonrny,
Is the leader of the Fine Gale, or
theL~bur erh to wndth Febh
28 elections. Labour's chlef,
B8renda Corish, SI, becomes
Coslrave's second in command in
the coaHliton sowrnment.
Fine Gael won 54 seats in the
Dall and Labour 19, to glvr the
corlation a precarious one-vote
malorttY. FLanna Fael won so seats
and independents the other two..
That made the Parle~mentary
lineup 73 for the collition, 69
Flanna Fal and two Independents.
But when the Dall met Wednesday,
Labour Party legislator John ~I~acy
a be rrtrd thut o~pp/atn o
The Dall voted down 72-70 a
Flanna Fall motion to resppoint
outlong Prime Ministrr lak
Lynch to head the govenment and
by the ame mrajoity nmerd
Cosgrav.
After Coslrra's election, the
Hor edound to nble the new
Pnresdet Eamon de Valer for the
members of his Cabinet.
D blin~born Cosrave has bun in
admitted to the bar' as young man


State Sl years ao.
He is a Roman Catholic and a
political Conervative, although he
hy" emiteed o y he ogaaltion's
The new gowrrnment has pledpd
to abolWih taxes on food, reduce
ocal tax on houses and step up the
homel-buidin programme.


Junior Miss, Smock look dresses in red
and blue., $10.95
Mini Skirts in washable cotton prints
$7.55
Long Sleeved poilyster silk blouses with
huge ball sleeve in red, green, brown and
navy $13.95.
Ladies stretch briefs from $1.45


Men's patterned stretch briefs $1.45

Girls printed strtch briefs with lace trim
$1.10

Boys stretch bkrif with chessman motif
$1.10 Matching short sleeved vests in
navy, yellow, purple or blue $1.40


Thursday, March 15. 197i


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Being Bound To Swear To The D~ogm Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,Putbtidser/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.CI.S.G.D.Litt., LL.D.
Publtbakr/Editor i 917972
Contribu~tty dtrar 19'72-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., b.A., LL.B.,
Pueusehr/E`dltor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

EDITORIAL

Que oadis?


Richard did not die instantly,
while Sayers did.
Wright acknowledged that
the Governor could have
spoken to the policeman who
nashed to the fallen men as
soon as he heard the shot. The
superintendent, how ver,
declined to confirm that suL.1 a
conversation had occurred or
to identify the policeman who
sus ondty i Government
He said the bodies of
Sharples. Sayers and the
Governor's Great Dane dog,
Horsa, we re f ou nd in
"reasonable proximity" of
each other in the garden of the
Governor's residence. Wright
said he could not give full
details of findings so far since
it would make the investigation
more difficult.
He said police are still
holding about six persons for
questioning, but no arrests in


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Lady Sharpleshbelieves her husband's



kill8r Sadie a ter rible mista k e

HAMILTON, BIERMUDA (AP)- Lady Pamela Sharples, widow of the slain British Governor of
Bermuds, aski Tuesday her husband was sympathetic to the idea of independence for the colony
and a "terribe msista" was made if ble murderer thought otherwise.


the case havp been made.
Wright said detectives have
failed to find any link between
the slaying of Sharples and the
still unsolved murder six
months ago of Police
Commissio~ner Gerorge Duckett.
He disclosed for the first time
that D~uckett also had been
shot with a hand gun.
Bermuda police have asked
Il hie sed gun owners toaturn

and promised amnesty for
anyone turning in an
unlicensed gun.
FIUN ERAL FRI)A Y
Acting G;ov. Kinnear
anourned thatS terfianwera

held Friday af ternoon at St
Pete' C'hurch i St. G og's
where s the two men are corbe
buried. Kennear will represent
Queen Elizabeth II at the

In her statement, Lady
Sharples said she was distressed
resex g~er ted rep rts sa
she and Sir Richard had been
received with "spontaneous
friendship and obedient
acceptance.
"We have been so happy
here," she continued. "I can
only think that this Eis a

tosaore of s apnat I hv
received from Bermudians has
expressed the shame they feel
that such a thing could have
happened here.
The opposition Progressive
Labour P'arty first came out in
favour of independence in
1964, but it has not pressed its
case recently. The government

Pa ty as not ofdciallennuda
ogtfor ind pendence,hbutl i
the way clear for it.
There presently is no
concerted campaign in
Bermuda to separate from
Britamn, which now cares only
fer ienuast foreign affa s


In a statement read for her
at a news conference by the
Acting Governor, lan

said of Sir Richard Sharples:
"He was very firm in his
view that a steady progress
toward independence should
be made as soon as Bermudians
themselves wished for it.
"If the assassination was in

orpewons coucc r ed felt ta
he would have stood in the
way of the wishes of the
people of the island, they have
made a terrible mistake."
Chief Supt. Bill Wright of
Scotland Yard, who heads
investigation of the Saturday
night killing of Sharples, 57,
and his aide-decamp, Capt.
Hugh Sayers, 25, told the news
conference that the weapon
used appeared to be a hand
gun.
He indicated that Sir


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
YOU RECALL the story of the Prophet Mohammed. When he
ordered a mountain to come to him and it didn't respond to his
bidding ... he went to the mountain.
During a tour of the Holy Land a few years ago my wife and I
visited the mountain top from which the Mohammedan religion
teaches that the Prophet ascended into heaven on a white horse
to receive instructions for a rule of life to impart to his followers.
On this spot one of the largest and certainly the most sacred
-mosques in the world has been erected.
It is interesting how many spots in the Holy Land are mixed up
with important events in religions other than the Christian faith.
It was on this same spot that Abraham took his only son Isaac
for a sacrifice to the Lord. This was a test of his faith. Father and
son collected the wood to make a fire for the sacrifice. The .act.
was curious to know what was to be sacrificed because he saw no
lamb or other animal in sight.
Abraham was heavy hearted when he felt he was obliged to
make a sacrifice of his own son. But so the Lord had ordered ...
and he felt that there was no other theiv~.
As he was about to plunge the knife into the heart of his son
an angel of the Lord commanded him to stay his hand. At the
same moment a ram got caught in the thicket by his horns.
Having tested his faith the Lord sent him a goat for the
sacrifice ... and his precious son's life was spared,

You will be amused when I tell you what started me writing
this article.
It is now after midnight. I have already had my first nap but
now I am wide awake ... and getting a thought off my mind
before I can go to sleep again.
At 9 o'clock I was watching an historical record on TV of how
the Western U.S. was finally conquered by laying railroad tracks
across the continent, thereby linking the Atlantic and the Pacific

I was so drowsy that I fell asleep watching labourers conquer
the wild Rocky Mountains in the West.
When I woke up the film was long over but my subconscious
mind must have been doing overtime while I slept because as soon
as I woke I felt an urge to write about mountains ... and other
associated ideas that my subconscious mind had weaved into the
subject.


AWARDS DINNER COMMITTEE (Left to Right) Chartle Lehmann, Livnn
Mortimer, Oscar Phillips, (chairman) Harold Longley, Francella Bodsf el (Mrs.), Stephen
Srrachan, Holland G. Smith (President),Committee members not present B.Vincent
Kelly, Anthony Thompson, Renee McLaughlin and Barbara Lighthourn.









The Distinguished Citizen Awards Committee moves into its third year of activity recognizing
those persons living in the Bahamas who have made outstanding contributions to the weB-being of
the Commonwealth in the fields of Government, Business, Civics, and the Creative r Performing


problems and obstacles one encounters in life. The young woman
was particularly interested in the situation in the Bahamas today.
I told her that there were three elements that made for success
and happiness in life. The first and most important was to have a
destination clear in your mind .... don't be afraid to plunge, the
bold approach moves mountains, for it has been well said that
"he who hesitates is lost" ... and, finally, don't be greedy,
know when you have enough, recognizing the fact that you can
eat only three meals a day, sleep in one bed, have o~ne legal wife
and one family. Hiowe~ver, you may stretch it out, your needs ....
and even all the things you think you need .... are limited and,
beyond a certain amount of money, wealth can become a burden.
Why do you think so many wealthy people commit suicide? '
It is because they have so much money that they have lost
touch with the purpose of human life and the future presents
only a blank wall to their confused eyes.
4,4,44,44,
I will now surprise you. You won't want to believe it when I
tell you that I started to write this article to tell you something
aboha Prieh nstceredd I .ere so many other politicians have
failed?
The answer is clear. He had a fixed purpose. He knew where he
was going and he had the will to overcome.
I remember passing him on the western side of the old Post
Office one day. He was the picture of dejection. Although I have
;!cver agreed with his objectives, I felt sorry for himn that day. Hie
looked like a beaten man. But future events have shown that he
was far from beaten.
As I have often said in this column, a man is beaten only when
he acknowledges within himself that he is defeated. Every
apparent defeat can be turned into a stepping stone to final
victory. If you stop to think about it every glorious victory is
built on the foundation of defeat.
It has been said that Britain has lost many battles but seldom a
war. That's the most important thing in life .... don't lose a war.
The individual battle is not necessarily important. It's the final
battle that counts.
****+*****
During one of my visits to Nassau since I left the colony
Charles Carter interviewed me for Z.N.S.
"You have fought many battles in your life, Sir Etienne," he
commented, and then he asked the question: "Are you leaving
your country as a defeated man?"
"On the contrary," I told him. "I am the one free man in the
country today.
**Everything I have ever wanted in life I have seen come to pass.
I reached my objective when I broke down barriers of
discrimination in public places for the people in 1956."
It is not my responsibility if the people have chosen to destroy
the opportunity that occasion provided them to build a united
Bahamialn people with a brilliant future ahead of them. And so I
feel that I am under no obligation to stay and be dragged down to
the pit by them.
**********
Having dealt with Mr. Pindling I must now turn to the
Opposition. Why have they failed?
The answer is simple. They didn't know where they were
headed. In thecheginng nmepn whoohad thlabiliey to provi!!

venture. They didn't want to get hurt and so they ran as
independent candidates .... and lost.
Since then some of them have been members of every party on
the slate .... UBP, PLP, BDL, Labour, Commonwealth, NDP and

I can only hope for the sake of the country that they now have
a clear objective ahead of them .... because, until they do, they
will wander around aimlessly, as Moses did for 40 years in the
desert wvith the children ot Isael.
+a*++r*e+*
It is unfortunate that Mr. Pindling's objectives, in my opinion,
were not healthy. Having now reached the mark, it will begin to
destroy itself.
This is the history of evil .... it always destroys itself.
Somewhere in the Bible evil is compared with the banyan tree. It
flourishes for awhile .... and then it withers and disappears from
view
*+*+*******
Oh good Lord, just oe how muchlIhave written becauselifell
adslep when watching pioneer Americans bridging rivers and
laying railway lines across mountain passes!
Now that this is off my mind I can go back to sleep again.
********
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
By lernitng thie sffertings and burdens of men, I became aware
as never before of the life-power that has survived the forces of
darkness the power which, though never completely victorious,
is continuously conquering.
The very fact that we are still here carrying on the contest
against the hosts of annihilation proves that on the whole the
battle has none for humanity.
The world's great heart has proved equal to the prodigious
undertaking which God set it.
Rebuffed, but always persevering; self-reproached but ever
gaining faith; undaunted, tenacious, the heart of man labours
towards immeasurably distant goals.
Discouraged not by difficulties without, or the anguish of ages
within, the heart listens to a secret voice that whispers: "B~e not
dismayed, in the thture lies the Promised and1."
HELEN KELLER


Arts.
Nominations for the Awards
are invited from individuals

Holadle Soih Chmber o
Commerce president who
sponsor the annual event.
No min at ions in the
Government classification are
for Civil Servants rather than
elected Officials, he said.
"However, a member of the
House or Senate may qualify
for Bn sAwardatunder thbu{'i i
Cai t member would be

This year clergymen are
eliminated from consideration
in respect of their work with
their respective churches. On
the other hand, a clergyman
could qualify in connection


with a civic accomplishment
stemming from his membership

fr eS ri at chrt le acaivitovi r
in Government service.
DEADLINE
Nominations to the
Committee should be mailed
early in order to reach the
Chamber Office by the 31st
March and should be addressed
to the Chairman, Distinguished

Cmintee, P. O. Box N6 5
erdehyvre bb hand diect to
Collin's Avenue, "Nominations
should set forth, documented
where appropriate, the
proposer's reason for
suggesting the particular
person," said Mr. Smith.


The Awards Banquet will
take place in the Polaris Hall of
tpiHe lliday Inn on Saturday,
Last year's awards went to
Mr. A. Leon McKinney in the
field of Business, William Hart
Sweeting in the field of
Government, Ben Astarital in
the field of Civics, and Mrs.
Meta Cumnberbatch in the field
of Creative &r Performing Arts.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE
ENTRANCE E xAMinations
will be held at 9:30 a.m. at St.
John's College, Market Street,
on March 2!4. Entry forms can
Je picked up at the school and
returned no later than March
19.


Mohammued went to the mountain when it didn't come to him.
And it has been repeatedly shown that ... where there he will
... there is a way to conquer even a mountain*
in order to run a railway to the West Coast the early pioneers
had to make wide detours ... dig long tunnels through the
mountains ... reduce the level of grades by blasting off mountain
peaks and they also had to bridge rivers.
These were all difficult and hazardous undertakings but
nothing stopped these pioneers. They had a clear objective ahead.
They were determined to overcome any obstacle that lay in their
path. And they succeeded.
+* ** **** **
Incidentally, it is interesting to record the fact that mountain
tops in Caracas, capital of Venezuela, are prized pieces of real
estate in the same way that beaches are sought in the Bahamas.
The owners of these mountain tops lop off the peak and build
extraordinary houses way up in the clouds.
One house is called the "Air House" because, instead of
making a flat area on the top of his mountain peak, its owner ha
built it straight out from the mountain side. It is suspended in
space, supported by perpendicular steel columns ... embedded in
the mountain side ... hundreds of feet deep. It is a fabulous sight
... and also giddying for people like me who can't take heights
Looking up at it made my head spin.
+* * *****
Earlier in the evening a friend phoned me and asked me to
dinner. I told her I was going to have a light supper and go to bed.
"You haven't been to see us for a long time, you must come,"
she insisted. "Go down to the lobby now, I'll snd for you."
And she hung up. That was an order.
aneyd ont iv th r trmm hotel I leis el pte hu ty ti
to the lobby her daughter and husband were already there waiting
for me.
"Great goodness," I laughed to the daughter, "how did you get
here so quickly?" ,
"You don't know my mother," she laughed in return,
"when she says go, everything moves."
"Don't you get any idea that you have any monopoly on a
commanding officer in your house, honey child," I told her.
"Every happily married man belongs to the same army. It
wouldn't be a happy married life if it were any other way.
You think I'm joking. But I'm dead serious. It's true. The
woman 'is always the driving force in any successful home.
By the time a man has batted his brains out in the marts of
the world all day he should be happy to surrender command to
his wife when he goes home in the evening.
Some men are not fortunate that way, either because they
want to dominate their wives or are married to women who latk
capacity for action.
Some years ago my wife and I travelled from Nassau to
London with a friend and his wife. We flew to New York, and
then went by the Queen Elizabeth to England.
He was a busy man all the way, checking tickets, handling
baggage. His wife seemed to be helpless.
I had nothing to do. When we got into an airport my wife
handed me her purse with the instruction "hald this for ale". I
then go off in some corner and probably write an article while rshe
handles the tickets and the baggage. It's the same whether we are
travelling by air, bus, train or ship.
He asked me how I was able to get her to do all the work. I
told him she enjoyed doing it and I certainly didn't object.
Whenever we decide to makre a trip we agree on our
destination and then I forget about it.
One day she will say to me: "We're leaving on friday, you
know". And so we leave on Friday. And she takes over for the
rest of the journey. I never see the tickets.
I have written all this to say that the one important thing in
life is to know where you are going .... and not to stop until you
have reached your destination.
**********
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The prices conform to the As in the
usual lows of Pontiac. The coupe rivals n
Astre with au to~n..tic for headroom
transmission, power tstering, a the front
radio and whitewall tires is Pontiac's
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of room despite its small size. an electric fue
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thanks to the wide-openin8 should last 50,
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big 23~00 cc engine but is easy ordered on the
on gas. The block is the safari. The
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an overhead camshaft. accented grille
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head restraints. The seats, front nutritional practi
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Ernest Starknmn, GM's vic
president for environment;
affairs, arged EPA to dela
enactment of the standards fo
one year, a request restorate
by Ford, Chrysler and other
domestic and foreign
automakers.
"GM cannot comply wit
the requirement proposed fo
1975," Starkman said.
He made the statement s
the opening day o
court-ordered EPA hearings o
the proposed regulations.
EPA admin is trato
Ruckelshaus, who earlier
denied the automakers' requez
for an extension, cited the fou
air in many urban communities
as reason for imposin
stringent restrictions on aut
exhausts.
"It is now reasonably clea
that more than 25 major~
American cities will require th
imposition of controls on th
use of motor vehicles
national ambient str standard
for carbon monoxide an
photochemical oxidants are t
be achiieved according to th
timetable laid down in th
Qlean Air Act," Ruckelshau
sd.ALTERNATIVE
In an effort to resolve th
dispute, Starkman offered a
alternative solution which
would strengthen current
restrictions but soften th
proposed 1975 standards. H
also urged that catalyti
converters, Detroit 's chie
devices for curbing certain
noxious emissions, be required
only on cars sold in Californi
to test their reliability ane
production.
He said California sale
constitute 7 per cent of GM'
total passenger-car production
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the outset of the ,hearings
Ford and Chrysler propose~
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back, body colour door handle
inserts. The sporty look is
completed by a handsome GT
identification and a Canadian
flag decal.
SPACE
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truck which comes with only


nd lots of cargo space
hidden storage places
floor. The truck has
ble-panel roof,
nel doors and a
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sakl Monday.
EPA began a new round of
public hearings on the 1975
standards Monday, as ordered
by a Federal Court of Appeals
at the urging of four of the
auto companies.
Manufacturers had requested
early last year that the 1975
auto standards be postponed
for one year as permitted by
law, but EPA administrator
William D. Ruckelshaus, after
three weeks of hearings,
refused the suspension.
Ford, Chrysler, General
Motors and International
Harvester, a manufacturer of
light trucks, appealed to the
court.
These four, along with
American Motors, now have
submitted new suspension
requests with "updated"
information.
The 1970 Clean Air Act
requires that emissions of
carbon mo noxide and
h ydrocar bons fr om
1975-model cars be reduced 90
per cent below the 1970-model
emissions
The law permits a one-year
extension only if it is neesr
for public welfare an riec te
auto makers are unable to meet
th sandard despite their best
efrs.
RECONSIDER?
The court of appeals ordered
Ruckelshaus to hold new
hearings and reconsider his
refusal, last May 12, to extend
the 1975 deadline. The court
suggested Ruckelshaus might
consider requiring some
intermediate level of
antipollution control.
General Motors, the world's
largest manufacturer of
automobiles, told the U.S.
environmental protection
agency it will not be able to
meet the agency's 1975
standards for reducinS
8utio-01ission pollution.


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plus two 1
under the
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it a very strong vehicle. A
second seat next to the driver's
seat can be ordered at extra p
cost.
Astre has all the accident
prevention features side
marker lights and reflectors, 7
parking lights, four-way hazard e~J
warning flashers, backup lights,
shatter-resistant glass, outside ,- 1- h-
rearview mirror, starter safety .
switch and an energy-absorbinR
bumper system. .-
In the area of anti-theft, -__ IL-
you'll find an ignition key
warning buzzer, a steering -T _.~- 1 ~ -~ ~ ~~~rr- - 9
column lock and an inside Z`,
hood release. ---

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near the Ice House at Oakes -1-
Field. THE NEW 1973 ASTRE is the "baby" Pontiac which is low in prices,
consumption but high on performance and luxury. gSe the Astre at Island Mote

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are not included in new convenient
"main dish" foods.nncabatd

beverages do not contain, as they
imply, fruit or vegetable Julce.
The percentage of sea food.
or pit mn toktilsle u .ed br
officials said that presently such
cocktails might contain 10 to 40
per cent of the characterizing
ingredient but consumers have no
way of knowing how much.
FDA general counsel Peter B.
Hutt told a news conference that
nutrtitonall quality guidelines may
prove to be more importatht to?


consumers than nutritional labelling

;jrse nu iion d la ellimg ruae 1
tell consumers what vitamins,
minerals, protein and calories are in
food, while the new guidelines are
anattempt to regulate nutritional
In addition to the frozen dinner
guidelines, the FDA said others are
planned for breakfast cereals,
breakfast drinks, formulated meal
replacements such as soybeans
Instead of meat, and main dishes,
Although many of the labellly
rules are voluntary, Hutt said
. tiipathive pressures will forabb


most food companies to adopt
t bemling chane n so mtel cosmr
more than they ever knew before
about the food they buy, and result
in relabelllng of most foods.
diboutn one-tr det th ufro e
comply with requirements allowing
them to state that they "provide
nutrients in amounts appropriate
for this class of food as determined
by the U.S. government," said Dr
Ogden C. Johnson, head of FDA's
division of nutrition.
Approved dinners would have to
contain one or more sources of


protein derived from meat, poultry,
e tacheese rd eggs one ori more
cereal-based products.
The regulation sets minimum
levels fo epr~oteiniand eight vitml
against superfortification.
The percentage labelling of
orange juice grows out of the
nine-year dispute between Florida
and California growers. The FDA
stayed its decision a year ago
establishing five categories of
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SWEDISH SHIP PAYS VISIT
SEEN ABOARD THE HSwMS Alvsnahben during her
recent visit to Nassau are (from the left) Atbrey Bethel,
Honorary Swedish Consul in Nassau; Gumnnr Lonates,
Swedish Counsul General in New York,; Captain Rolf
Nerpin, RSwN, and Anders Wiberg, Honorary Swedish
Vicefonsul in Nassau. During the visit which was part of a
training cnruise, the ship's crew entertained aboard the ship
and were entertained at numerous on-shore parties. Officia
t callsP were made to the Governor. Sir John Paul, and on the
Deputy Prime Minister. A. D. Hanna. The ship sailed on
Wednesday, February 28, for the return voyage to Sweden.


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had been under consideration.
oThe proposal called ao fre z
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IIOW TO MAKE MOWEY 01 THE MARKETS
LONDON (AP)- William applied the rules."
Arethyn has found a way to make Second, Beckman said, he wants
money on the stock market to establish "that the smallest
without paying any taxes. But he is Investor can behave like a
not talking. William is a dog. rf
In the last four months William
built a cash balance of rero into
9.000 pounds about $22,500
by playing both the L~ondon stock 15" 9 ,
market and Wall Street, his owner,
Bob Beckman, said T~uesday.
Beckman, an investment
consultant, simply reads out a list
of stocks to his english sheep dog.
When William wags his tail or licks
his lips. Beckman buys for William s
account. They discuss sales In
sim lar coehe system has been
foolproof, and tax free. B~eckman
claims William will not have to pay
makt pro is baus lees no :
legat person. d
Despite his success, the
nine-month old dog gets no salary.
"He would have to pay income
tax on it and ruin the whole thing,**
Beckman explained.
A spokesman for the inland 2`;;P3;
revenue, Britain a tax service'
refused to comment on Heckman's
claims. The spokesman said
individual tax cases are never ~ .
discussed.
William's shares are bought for
him by Beckman s firm. R.C.B.
Financial, which manacges about 5 P'~l~~
million dollars worth of investment I~~~~ r
funds for 90 clients.
The dog s first ventures into high
fihnanne d ne em e on credit as he
William undertook commitments
to buy shares, sold them before he
hd teo tr ownr the0 ash. and G
Looked back.
things," Beckman told a newsman.
"Firstly, someone can make a great
deal on the stock exchange without
having any money as long as he


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William started on the London
stock market, but turned to Wall
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19713. There are 29 1 days left in the
year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
19681 A stamp( gets
ol marke ado to k < 'idon J
close,
6~J- h US propose ~"

to help prevent war.
1960 Ten-power disarmament
co5erenT oawa y me ial, "My
Fair Lady," opens in New York to
rave rweviw.
h1944 Allied forces launch
he. e at onkapatnst Germans on
1943 Japanese planes raid
Darwin, Australia, in Pacific War;
Grman onji rRussians to evacuate
1939 German troops occupy
192 a andfido rawar reparations
renement signed between France
di9d21 Ruanda, East Africa,
ce 191to Britain hy Belgium.1200
soldiers under G~en. John J
Pershing is ordered to Mexico to)
vigur revolutionary leade'
19as -. aritish conquest of
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By Abigeil Van Buren

DEAR ABBY: Pma 3) yeam I have been very close to a
will@wer. I ali divrwea. Till wan owned considerable
restal property, and I livd la ene of his apartments. I paid
len like everybody eshe, best I cooked for tala and helped
flill 70 and clean ard when tenants vacated them.
I was a troubleshooter for vbioatice, inaspctors, routine
GiBe~wB, det.
Re WASl Clo000 With Mthl m08 and pad ue nobthig. I
(Adn't demand anything blliaeae n often talked about "our
klitW" When ll@ wotaldb Mel property and we would
t~~l~ogether in Floridaer Palm Springs. He was 75 and I
He had one 83-yeuaro brother with whomn he was not
frigadl. Also some niecsr and nephews. To make it short*
thr ggsatlewln was reeih? fund dead of a heart attack. I
was called immediately sinee I am the only one he ever
Spaeh Of.
I heard be left no will, or say mention of me. A friend
advised me to put in a clam for the work I did. I was not
exactly a common-law whe, but I was more Ilike a free
asaki, bouskeeper, reita tasae and his best friend for
a years. Do moral lease sougt Y eeart? Or is it too much
( of a longshot? I don't wnmtb tomke a fool of myself.
LOIST OUTi
DEAR LOST: Take t6 facts to a lawyer. And this should
be a lesson to others; get h to wrllag!

IIDAR ABBY: My hashand seelved a wedding invi-
ttkato addroessed to "Mr~." only -** eetion of his wife~. The
people who set it have east nm, so I can't imargine why
the would exclude, me.I Myruband doesn't work with
oCther one of them, so it hgf e a tidngess friendship. [It
Swas sent to our home.]
What really hurt me aoere than anything was the fact
that my husband acete the invitation!
Maybe ~I am stupM, est th is hasm puzzled. Do you
:think my husband shoubtd bev adaptedd MRS. NOBODY
DEAR MRS.: Had ytar beehead asked if yer name
was left 0 oute.prpose o by gWalstk he weald have
know whether to accept. He shouM have asked.

DEAR ABBY: My hubt~an and I have a 10-month-old
baby, and we've nevr had a sitter, but we wanted to go to


NOTICE*
THE QUIIETING TITLES ACT.

~'The Petition of JAMES O. HOLTON Junior and
MARY ELLEN HOLTON both of St. Louis in the
,State of Missouri one of the United States of
America in respet-t of:*
ALL that piece parcel or lot of land situate to
the West of Little Point on the Island of Little
G~uana Cay one of the Abaco ~Cays in the
Baham d Islands si Comprise 0.726 a= e
property of Mary Ellen Holton and running
thereon 421.60 feet more or less
EAST~WARDLY and SOUTHEASTWARDLY
partly by the eastern edge of Nigh Creek partly
by land the property of the said Mary Ellen
Holton and partly by a Public Road and running
thereon jointly 16330 feet more or less
SOUTHWARDLY by land formerly the
property of Lujim Limited and Judpete Limited
but now the property of the said James O.
Holton Junior and Mary Ellen Holton and
running ther~eon 346. 50 feet and
WESTWARDLY by a Mangrove and Button
Wood Swamp and running thereon 44.85 feet
and which said piece parcel or lot of land is
coloured Pink on the plan thereof filed in this
matter in the Registry of the Supreme Court in
the City .of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence.
JAMES O. HOLTON Juartor anid MARY ELLEN
HOLTON, the Petitioksed la this matter, claim to
be the owners of ~the uniacumbered fee simple
catate in possession of the sai piece parcel or lot
of land and have made apphcation to the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands under Section 3 of
The Quieting Titles Act to have their title to the
said piece parcel or lot of land investigated and the
nature and extent thereof determined and declared
in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court
in accordance with the~ provisions of the said Act.
OOPIES of the said plan mary be inspected during
normal office hours at tim following places:
(a) The Registry of tfhe Supreme Court in the
City of Nassau afresaid.

(ib) The Chambers of Mesra. Higgs &t Kelly, 324
Bay Street, in the City,:of Nassau aforesaid,
Attorneys for the P~etirtioener
()The office of the Commissioner at Marsh
Harbour Abaco.
NOTICE is hoseby given .that any person having
dower or a right to degrer or-an adverse claim or a
clabn not recognized 6:the Pettion shall on or
Before Tuesday the Stil day of April, 19~73 file in
-,the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid
and serve on the Pethionmer or the undersigned a
)tatement of his claim' licthe prescribed form,
:arified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
'ailus of any such ]sarsono to fie' and serve a
srtatement dfi his clpith on or beose the 3rd day of
SApril, 1973 will oposate as a bar to suCh claim.


assmberirtna
' Attettleys theh Petitioners


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Thursday, Mlarchl 15, 1973


1901 Germany says Yangtze
Ae nme appl to Monehri an a
a result London discussions on an
Anglo-German-Japanese bloc
against uussa end abruptly.
1894 Franc* and Germany
agree on boundaries between
Fr nch Congo and Cameron mes
protectorate over Annam. which
break off vani psheto Cia.soes

should be suppressed.
1607 Charles IX, King of
r > nd since 1604, is formally
1603 French navigator and
explorer, Samuel de Champlain,
sails for the New World.
An 60* fHuguenot conspiracy is
Francis II of France from Guise
faction and Prince of Conde
sbeu ntf ses imprisoned by the
1493 Christopher Columbus
mosritco Majorca after discovering

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a late party last Satanslay alght, so wer asked my motler~f-I-
law to sit for us. She rseed happy to do it, rad wea knew

said I wasr a vy poo housrelep, bem tim conditinat d
my rargrtr, slhM ad clat. Alo, tbat I dht
c10tbsr hampers. [Aabhy, I go to the l~adtandot twice 8
week.] TIhen rsh sa M eouight to be ashamed of ourselveS
for running up stach big b181, and shr namerd off some of
thema. She had actuaty anooped into our deskr drawenrs and
hlokd otr or OU Ml.
My husband just kept bi geyes on tim floor all the while
rsh wasr talkng, and I wRas too shocked and latrt to say a
Wrwd.
I have lost all affection lar her show. How should I act
toward her In the future? IURT
DEAR HURT: I wealda't ask her to sit ragaa. IB
time, if she regress L hr elers sad tries to make alaasn,
I'd go te 70 xr 7 route.
PHkrT Yea'll feel betfteYr M s M err oav
For a pemrsel Mrepy wrMs tABBY: Box N. GlIt, t,. AI.,
Calif. MI* *~r M p o-da enr,
please.
Per Abby'sew r eablt "What Tees'IIIger s W et o
Enw.," seat SI t AIby, Wea (Ite, lrrasrv Cal. alg.


TH call it 'epful banking.'

Nearly 65 years ago flahamians called us 'The Bank'. Today .. they've added an
adjective ....'Helpful'. A delightful change. And appropriate.
From a single branch, we've grown up to branches throughout the Bahamas providing
savings. Loans. Money Transfers. Letters of Credit. And so on.
But the helpful bank is more. Smiling faces, friendly, efficient service.
Check out helpful banking in action at your local Royal Bank branch. Today.



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praises hBahamian o nt
Nassau and Freeport,



GRAND BAHAMA
TEACHERS UNION
MEETING SATURDAY
A GENERAL meeting of the
Grand Bahama Branch of the
Union of Teachers will be held

Pm rd S ootl, M gtT Ml
Rock area.
At this meeting, new
applications for membership
co lecte dad refrdushmet w l


"o"""RS ;L AP "RoMOUR H~hi Riso nd shot to
death in a ditch has left half his estate to a 10 yer rrold black boy he had
tried unsuccessfully to adopt
..le 1-"i: "eHe. :he phdN a nH ardy 54 of high A ~frse y a
nearhis lood spattered car
rm i si oF th et Id wam knoovlhetr cmr ilare asum oup mn y
The Rev Thomas Analim. Dean of the Southern D~eane~ry of the D~iocese
of St. Petersburg, said father Hardy was a very "compassionate and
s an th.!i ba" pe: ewas always smpatheti cnd edpf nin espcianlyw t
his project in life," Father Anglim said.
Father Anglim said that in his will Father Hlardy left half his estate to
Patrick Jerome Robinson of Palmetto.
aot Jdm de Dae rsO wata nre uho fthe Hardy's will said the
"The boy was in the hospital dying of malnutrition," Orosz said. "He
(Father Hardy) told me he had made a sort of deal to ssist the family
and had unofficially adopted this boy."
POLITICIANS & MILITARY LOCKED IN TEST OF WILL
ANKARA (AP) Turkey's civilian politicians, locked in a test of wills
with the armed forces, played for time Wednesday by postponing a second
round of voting for anew president.
Four ballots in the bicametral legislature Tuesday ended with Senate
preaisnt o Tekin Arburun,kcandidatet a mhemajrt Jstc day ge tins
asolute majority of 318 votes is needed to win.


"In April and Mamy airline Hseos you


to Lond on F or only 9332 round -tr ap"


favourable but, "the only thing
we don't have is water-boots,"
sadnrhe aree 11l be joined on
the walkathon by private nurse
Jye Cla-r e. Er ohrs oo
Moss, a security services officer
and a Mrs. Darville who is
employed with the Ministry of
Education as a janitoress.
Coa e d iv 1il enable otM r

"Many persons have told us
that they would like to help
the children but they cannot,
buy uniforms for themselves,"
she said.


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resdeSEVEgNi MBER VO UNpTEEl RtGRU cof r
street, have planned a walkathon Saturday to raise funds for thek
Giving their services free of "Sometimes I start
charge, Cecil Davis, Susannar workingat 6:30 a.m. ... other
Carey and Sheila Mae Gibson times at 7 a.m. because some
said that the walkathon will of the kids come to school very
begin at 7:30 is.m. from the_ early and you have to be out
Southern Recreation Grounds there to meet them they
on Baillou Hill Road. It will look forward to me being out
take in West Bay Street and the there every morning," she said.
Caves, moving onto John F. Every morning to Mrs. Carey
Kennedy Drive and Poinciana and her co-workers, Mr. Davis*
Avenue and back to Grants a chief at the Nassau Beach
Town to the Southemn Hotel and store-owner, and
Recreation Grounds. Miss Gibson, who is a
A night-housekeeper at the night-school student, include
Sheraton British Colonial rainy days too.
liotel, Mrs. Carey, a resident of They "put on raincoats"
Market Street has been helping when the weather is not too


TO HISRII
A REP'RESEN~TATI~IV from
the Ministry of Hom~ne Affairs'
the manager of a local cinema,
two parents and a pupil will
lead the discussion in a public
Icumm organized by the
8 ah amas Mental Hiealth
Association to examine the
subject of filmns in the Bahamas
at 8:15 tonight.
Questions such as "~o
violent films Jncourage
crime?" What form does
censorship now take in the
Bahamas?" will be discussed.
Organized by the Family
ILife Committee ofl tea
Bahamnas Mental 1 lt
Association, the discussion will
start at 8: 15 and will be held at
St. Margaret's Hall o~n Kemip
Road-


DT. STANLEY IDZERtDA, president of the College of
Benedict in Minnesota, has pnrelad Bahamian students at
college as being "cultivated and charming representatives f
distinctive culture in the Caribbean."


Dr. and Mrs. Idzerda
recently spent nine days in
Nassau and Freeport as guests
of the Benedictine Sisters of
St. Martin's Convent.
"The 40 students from these
islands who have attended the
St. Benedict's College during
the past decade adjusted well
to the habits of the Upper
Midwest as well as to the
weather, and they held their
own with students from more
than 20 other countries and
nearly all of the states on the
mainland hte sa .sid, on
the Bahamian students highly
rdou otoe cut res th e20 u
so Bahamians at St. Benedict's
next fall will add a welcome
and unique element of
diversity cm a campus of 1,100

stu)u ing is visitDr. Idzerda
visited several high schools and
found the students "more
serious and sober about the
prospect of college and their
responsibilities to their talents
than typical high school sensors


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children cross the streets for
"almost three years now.


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Signed: VALERIE D. P.


elsewhere .
H~e expressed an interest in
increasing the number of
erholeid in the cdo lee. aray
"Perhaps the new civic


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opportunities shall inevitably
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lad Euoeahne htry graduate
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took his doctorate in history at
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if you stay 22 to 45 days. In June the
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"What's more, you can fly any
day you wish (except Monday) on one
of our big, beautiful VC 10's. Hours
faster than flying via the USA. (Of


course, if you want to fly via Miami,
please remember that we have dai ly
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"My airline gives you the same
fine service in the air that we try tO
give you on the ground. So we hope
you'll keep us in mind the next time
you're thinking of flying to Britain.
Ask your Travel Agent to book you.
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7. Additional Cocktail parties held throughout the year
8. Tennis and Swimming Clinics .
9. 10 p.c. off all special parties and group dinners
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"We are also hoping to
organize an Elearthera Christian
Council at the same time," Mr.
Hutcheson said.
The Christian Counc8l
officer is asistant pastor of
Mission Baptist Church of
which Dr. Cooper is puastr.
and also on the executive
Chanrde odm Ba 1hamas Baptist


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AND AT 8:55
"VANISHING8 POINT"


EVERYDAY AT 10 a~m., a small radio tnranmitter spatters
into action just off Bay Stret. 11se operator, sitting in a tiny
office taken up almost entirely by the radle equipment, puasse
the time of day, callects infomrmtion, snads lastructionsr to sine
points in the Bahams from Abaco to Inagus. Everyday at 10
a~m. 11sees nine points ase the lighthouses of the EBahama which
fnrm a chain of beacons through some of the busiest hidppinS


inspected by the Impedial
Lighthouse Service Blahamas.
All the other lighthouses in
the Carib bean were
constructed by the islands
themselves and come under
each island's jurisdiction. This
applies to the unmanned ight
at the western tip of Paradise
Island. Built in 1816, it comes
under the Port Authority.


Britain still administers the
four lighthouses off Ceylon.
Although Ceylon has been
independent for many years,
she did not elect to take on the
responsibility of the lights.
There is one in the Falkla~nd
Islands. Sombrero, 100 miles
north of St. Kitts, is
administered by St. Kitts,
manned by Anguillans, and


ship anchors offshore. The
supplies are loaded into a
dinghy, taken to shore and
then dragged over sharp.
slippery coral rocks up to the
lighthouse. According to Cmdr.
Coker, it is "quite a landing
operation" especially when
you consider that part of the
ration is the fuel for the light -
45-gallon drums of oil!
Often in bad weather,
landing is impossible. Some of
the lights can be served by
aircraft in an emergency but in
the Bahamas, pilots look upon
oil, gasoline and bottled
cooking gas as "unacceptable
cargo". As a result, there is a
great deal of planning
necessary to make sure the
light is never dimmed and the
keeper never goes hungry.
HISTORY
The history of the Bahamiran
lights began in 1836 with the
construction of the 93-foot
tower at Hole in the Wall,
Abaco. Since wrecking was a
profitable occupation in those
days, lighthouses to warn off
ships were definitely frowned
upon. A round of bricks laid
during the day would be
quietly torn down during the
night by the islanders. After
several frustrating attempts,
guards were placed at the sites
until the islanders finally
realized that progress was
destined to dim their offshore
activities.
The lights began to flash
their warnings to ships in spite
of repeated sabotage. Hole in
the Wall was followed by G~reat
Isaacs in 1859, Inagua and Cay
Lobos in 1860, Elbow Cay,
Abaco, and Stirrup Cay in the
Berry Islands in 1863, Castle
Island at the south end of
Acklins in 1868, Bird Rock in
1876, and Watlings (San
Salvador) in 1889. All the
lights were rebuilt in the
1920's and '30's.
Most of the lighthouses and
igtptships financed thr ugh th
Irfdustry are off the British
Isles. Very few are overseas.
With the turnover of the nine
lights in the Bahamas at
independence, the number
remaining will be small indeed.
RUSSIA FORCED TO
RATION FOODSTUFF

aut orte have au restriction an
the sales of butter, meat, potatoes
and other foodstuffs in several
regions of the country due to
shrages created by last year's crop
This was reported by travellers to
various cities and rural areas of
European Russia. It was not known
ho wi esp eadt the rat oning wals,
Kalinin and Stalingrad have been
reportedly affected.
According to the accounts, the
rationing was established in some of
the more seriously hit places,
particularly along the Volga river.


lans in the Caribbean ara.
Since 18136 when the light at
Hole in the Wall, Abaco, began
flashing every 10 seconds, the
lights have been the sole
responsibility of Britain, or
more accurately, the Marine
Navigation Aids Division of the
Department of Trade and
Industry, formerly the Board
of Trade. Administration is
carried out by the Imperial
Lighthouse Service in Nassau.
In July, however, the lights
will be turned over lockr, stock
and oil barrel to the newly
independent Bahamas who will
take on the work previously
done by the lighthouse service-
The Department of Trade
and Industry gladly supported
Prime Minister Pindling's
proposal to take over the lights
after indpepedence. Firstly,
they feel that independent
countries should look after
their own affairs,~dhdsecondly,
the General Lighthouse Fund
which supplies the money is
heavily involved with .the
upkeep of lighthouses and
lightships off the British Isles.
This money does not come
from the British taxpayer.
Commander John Coker,
Inspector of the lights, told
The Tribune that light dues
were collected from every ship
which entered a British port.
This due was put into the
General Lighthouse Fund. All
salaries and maintenance for
the Bahamas lights come from
this fund.
Last year alone, the bill for
the Bahamas lights rose to
almost SWi million.
EXPENSES
"Each fiscal year, we submit
to the department an estimate
of expenses for the next 12
months. This could include
maintenance, the running of
the service's tender, Ana
Patricia,t personnel a t ons
Last month, Ronald R.
Hargreaves, head of the Marine
Navigation Aids Division in
London, led a mission to
Nassau to work out the details
of the turnover with Transport
Minister Darrell Rolle and
other members of the Bahamas
Government .
Under the agreement, the
personnel will be brought into
the Bahamas Public Service.
The extensive land holdings of
the service in the Bahamas
including the Bay Street
property will be turned over
through due process of law.
Some of the lights are located
on Crown Land which would
automatically become the
property of the Bahamas
Go vernment after
independence.
Cmdr. C er,m aTeBahamsad
Government has nothing to do
with the lights. The personnel
as pai yh the moe dfro n
Britain. "
B Itan'sa ri vt0 mn

De oten dof n adee a
pams to mteed iz f m fum

stemsto sch tery-otperat d
underway by the end of this
year.
The new system will affect
Great Isscs, Cay Lobos, Castle
Island and Bird Rock.
MODERN SYSTEM
"Vapourized oil system is
becoming obsolete," said
Cmdr. Coker, "and parts even


now must be made to order.
Therefore, we are going to put
in the most modern system
available and we will pay for it
to help out."
These changes to the light
stations w oul d c os t
approximately $35,000 per
station, said Cmdr. Coker.
The batteries would have to
be changed every six months
but other than this, the entire
system would be automatic, he
said.
At present, all nine light
stations are manned, and the
badge of longevity goes to U.D.
Gibson who has been a
light-keeper for 25 years, the
longest of any keeper in the
service. Mr. Gibson tends the
Bird Rock light off the
northern tip of Crooked Island.
Most of the keepers are shifted
from one station to the next
but because Mr. Gibson likes
Bird Rock which is near his
home at Landrail Point and
because of his seniroity, he is
allowed to stay in one spot.
Prospective keepers must be
at least 18, have a reasonable
education and pass a math test
and interview. If he is
successful, he undergoes
training and finally, posting.
The keepers at Great Isaacs and
Cay Lobos, which are known
as the "rock stations" are given
about one month off for every
three months of duty. In
previous years, the stretch was
two solid years but this was
changed to one year during the
1960's and finally to three
months. Some of the men
don't want to leave the "rock"
after their three-month stint in
order to save money. They
usually last six months before
needing a few weeks back in
the world.
The shift at the other seven
ea h of ese htas twy eam nd
Five of the seven also have
occasional keepers who take
over in case of illness or some
other emergency. In all, the
service employs 25 permanent
keepers.
Each keeper has a free
furnished house and his food is
subsidized. The food and other
supplies fuel for the light,
cooking gas, medical supplies -
are brought once a month on
the lighthouse service's tender,
Ans Patricia, and all the
supplies are stored at the
service's recently completed
depot on Bay Street.
FAMILY AFFAIR
The 358-ton Ana Patricia is
owned by the Roberts
Shipping Company which is
headed by four Roberts
brothers, three of whom take
an asv vprt itn th rni o
is the chief officer. Everett is
the master, and Bert is the
adil afair t sa te lrasA
The service has had exclusive
arute o the hip inc lii .


fr wir aosail over rmedrs iCotkad

mhke I n tn option tour of al
Aas Pihtsatrcion, however, sea
duty practically every week.
Every month, the stations have
to receive their supplies of fuel
and food.
lii very few cases is
unloading simply a case of
pulling up to a dock and taking
off the keeper's rations. The
usual method is by dinghy. The


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THE NEW IMPERIAL LIGHTHOUSE SERVICE DEPOT off Bay Street which houws
all the stores and supplies for the nine lighthouses kept in use throughout the Bahamas*
.It also serves as the headquarters for Commander John Coker, Inspector of the Service*
which is to be taken over by the Bahamas government on independence.


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~~PJTHE BAHAMAS Christian
Council nnoucedtoday it
intends active participation in
the independence day
celebrations both here and in
the Out Islands.
Executive officers of the
Council, headed by its
president, the Rev. Dr. R. E.
Cooper, called a press
conference today at the Upper
Room of the Methodist Church
to disclose the Council's plans.
t Present in addition to Dr.
Cooper were the Rev. Joe
he r Perna, the Rev. Edwin Taylor
Canon William Thompson and
the Rev. Albert E. Hutcheson
national liaison officer. '
byAt ouactivite ipr pse
by ZNS of New Providence
ron H.. clergymen on the part the
titor in church can play in a
beauty independent Bahamas; the visit
of religious leaders and
clergymen from the Caribbean
SGreat Britain, U.S.A. etc. for
01 independence and the
E D publication in the press of the
story of religious leaders who
Helped build the Bahamas.
Sunday, July 8, is to be set
Aside as a national day of
XII pae nd thankrgvn with r
aobned religious srice oves
SZNS. In addition there will
be daily services throughout
A the period July 10.
Y') PUZZLE Mr. Hutcheson said the
rather president and members of the
tellite Christian Council were anxious
mae that the Out Islands be
e in the sun
orthests involved in the celebrations.
e In On Ma EE 21 Nt before, he
eyhound would arrive in George Town,
ate Exuma, for meetings with
tt lI anc rgou le ads of the v ro r
ilsary evening. The following night he
rstpotato p sonedto sp ak to hea n ti




,rop fhi dsrc Baptist Convention M.
ework Th Rev. Emmetit Weir, he
;orsebl ta conined, h would bes setting p

iuchncipl ante m eteeing with vuaros
bolfrTeidno ,denomatiounsr ait Goveno's
kiop Hrborh Elethera, one Apr 2.


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Last Day Friday
Matinee continuous from 2
Evening 8:30
"I WALK THE LINE" PG.
Gregory Peck
Tuesday Weld
PLUS
"YOU CANTr WIN
THEM ALL" PG.
Charles Bronson
Tony Curtis
PLUS Late Feature
Friday night.
'Phone 2-254


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6. Bounces willow
10. Medusa 31. Superlative
11. Tapestry ending
1 Melodled 33. lak of clubs
15. Gynt 36. Mindanao
16. English clier native
18. Pistol 37. Might
19. Road curve 38. Variable star S
20. Hindu title 39. Cotton thread
21. Tibetan oxen 41. Nicotinic acid
22. High 43. Frozen rain
23. Cap 44. Lethargic
25. Diglt 45. Fruit beverages
29. Morning 46. Italian poet


Matinee untinuous from 2, Evening 8:30-
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Phone 3-4666


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SALES OF $50.00 OR MORE


PORTABLE CASSETTE
RECORDERS & PLAYERS

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this week's "Miss Holiday Inn, Paradise, Island"
contest, parades before the judges.


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BARBADOS WANWTS

; HOUISING HELP
B)RIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
(AP) -Housing minister Philip 'I Z
1 Greaves chided international
t fnancia institutions Wednesday for
their non-participation in housing
programmes in Barbados.
~ Irrr (i rAddreslng 25 delegates from
Latin, Central and South America
and the Caribbean at the opening of .~
". fveday 7reionalrr housing seminar,
Greaesr said: "I am bitterly
disappointed that our housing l
programmes to this day have not c
been able to attract the
sympathetic attention of
internationsI financial institutions." O
EWLOOK" AT NASSAU Greaves said developing countries
BEACH Front of the house did not haew the resources and
*ennn 7-**,*, th *,-::*: .ih od not esh sthea soit bt t of
smartnew uiform (lef to itt caused without recourse

GLAN Tr M A MSM Dn rklntarti, ga ts. Idwe ar askn 1s 51cesst
Newton Bowe; Bellman, soft term loans to combat the evits
4 eg gggR' ga~ ClW Wiliam Hepburn; Bellman, of poor or nonexisting housing
sq Timothy Strachan; Bell conditions."
~~Captain Leon Stulbbs; and The seminar sponsored by the S o s S n e m a p i n e
~31Q ~~ aO~j~Bellman, Charles Fisher. The Ornizat on of American States i ..- i WINNIE BERRY, toreground, chief Sunseam homeo
new stleunforswhch housing with a view to arriving at serices consultant, visited the domestic scinces class at
ON 60 HEAD OR MOREI ww4 wrepecially designed for the conclusions and recommendations Government High School on Tuesday. to demonstrate about
esb ell staff, comprise a white for consideration by regional 20 Sunbeam home appliances, including skllets, electric
~~a~~aO 9xn 'jacket with gold buttons and soverments. knives, warming plates and toester. Behind her is the GHS
epaulattes, and blue trousrs Greaves said one of the urgent domestic scenes teacher Miss Darling. There were senior
:: Phone 3-4849/3-4895 P.O. Box N4922/Nassau. f ~ww at wi sotrie, whun fic t duc on thisnew mtewiaass d' FI 0V a S lS CI im S Ipdelt sfomo o hea toinlr I. Eurs io ra, ols isd
blueand hit. buldin tehniqes e* .Nassu Sunday is holding four "kitchen classroom s" for the
qgg public In the kitchen display upstai rs t Maura's on Bay
g ( gg~agI~g~li agg~ apStreet. The first, held last night was "well attended,"
according to Maura's spokesman. Other demonstrations are
\bASHIN(. FON (AP) The or "the pain is always secondary to planned tonight between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. Friday
go~vernmenlt said Monday It will an emotional problem." between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. and Saturday between 9:30
take three of the biggest makers of "There~ is no valid basis for this a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Mrs. Berry, who travels
non prescriptlonl pain killers before attitude." the study said. around the world for Sunbeam, leaves Nassau Saturday
: ~a judge o~n co~mplaints that their The cause of nausea during night.
~advertising is misleading and unfair. pregnancy is unknown, but medical
T~he I federal frade Commission texts say it is probably due to
said it hlas been unable to reach ay secretion of some substance,
agreement over complaints issued probably a hormone, during Government of the Turks and Caicos islands
against( the makers of Anacin, pregnancy. VcnyNtc
B Lufferin,. I xcedrin. Excedrin PM, Yet, the study says, this VcnyNtc
Baye~r Aspirin. Bayer children's condition, which affects about 80 Medical Department Staff Nurse.
aspirin. Cope, Vanquish and Midol. per cent of all pregnant women
Ille complaints charge there is between the fifth and 16th week, is
: I I no therapuetically proven and commonly held to be partly or Two Staff Nurse/Midwife~s (unmarried) are
sign fk sll i leerrence among the holty pychogenic originating in required immediately to work in the Hospital on
The: initial complalints were The study says some literature Grand Turk. The successful candidates would
~~~issued last npi9 ths oIneCatld ewthe tetbo~ok te planetio undertake general nursing duties and midwifery in
nlo a~grement could be reached nausea to such "questionable" thiS hOspital. They would be e-xpected to
wth h thlhree p asrmacde ical florm ite nasl ex. tels tatleedr thtin undertake a limited amount of night duty. The
olf the Dain killers annually. obsteric hazards confronting her, hospital has 24 beds.
Named in the complaints were especially that opf producing a~n
i American Home Products Corp., abnormal child," or possibly,"
makers of Anacin and arthritis pain resentment, ambivalence and Fe igeBCm oainwudb vial
oforb t rili0 M xedrs adoExmar i or oh todwoe l-peae in a small nurses home in the hospital grounds.
PM, and Sterling Drug Inc., maker DOCTORS GUI LTY OF
of' Bayer aspirin, Bayer children's SEX IST PR EJUDICES? Salary scale N2 J S2059 298 1. In addition
aspirin, C'ope, Vanquish, and Midol.
.The complaints also cited five an Overseas Allowance is payable of 15500 p.a.
advertising agencies which produce: gBOTOeNu (AringWhen sa anton There is at present no Income Tax in the Turks and
Q 5-ir~~ L~S SprcinS < cl th C saithet suffersdcrampsa d ing ens suadin Caicos Islands.
Fg advertising claims made for the as an "emotional thing" instead of
various parin killers: treating the cause, a doctors' report 2 --
upeThat toe Ber pri oducts are con ends.dcrsmyb ulyo A qualified Nurse (SRN or Clinical Nurse) with
That Cope Is more effective in sexist prejudice against women the midwifery experience is required immediately for
tenrg n npecrition thnte na pscof 5 al cuseth y)ti r umctt Middle Caicos Islands which has a population of
/ anallygesic. which are known to have organic approx 400 inhabitants. The successful candidate
sTah eat Vanquishl upset other ca n rort in the New England WOuld be responsible for running the Medical
painm h les reqetl hn te Journal ofMedicine, D~rs. K. Jean Clinic On this island. There is no doctor on the
have double the pain-killing power they have studied medical iln u ekyvst r aeb h eia
I of Aspirin. literature, including textbooks, and Officer from South Caicos.
-That Excedrin PM Is a mild found the "cloudy thinking" Salary scale N4 JSl l95 2174. In addition
sedative or a better pain rollever involving women's medicalblof $50pa
CI ~ ~~~than asprin. problems "may bedue to a form of an Overseas Allowance is payable f550pa
-That Anarcin is better than any sexual prejudice."Te iatp setn Ico eTxithTukad
other non prescription pain-killer In an accompanying editorial, Teei tpeetn noeTxi h uk n
on the market. Dr. Martin J. Kelly Jr. assistant Caicos Islands.
Nor, the F~TC complaint said, is director of psychiatry at Boston's A new house will be available rent free.
there any real scientific evidence Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, said
that any of the products ease the suggestion that a physician's
~J nervous tension or help people get unconscious attitudes may affect Candidates should write to the Establishment
through the ordinary stresses of his treatment of a patient should
everyday life. make him consider whether he may Officer c/o Government Buildings, Grand Tutrk,
Thefocom laint ats singised pout be g ilty e pa on tioe d ht h Turks and Caicos Islands giving full details of their
formula, Bufferin, Excedrin, "udy discussed "only the most qualifications and experience and enclosing two
Eio fr nol'M iClopebiniqi thaos ltr d onstaemaen problin th refereMCCS, nOt later than 31st March, 1973.
;rE products contain cafeine or
aspirin. The agency said both of
those are injurious to persons with
certain medical conditions.
NU The FTC also accused the makers
Bufferin of representing the main
ingredients of their products as
something other than aspirin.
NEW VACCINE TO
COMBAT H-FLU


BE AT THE ==BASCA6E
if it lives up to expectations, may


largely eliminate one of the most
devastatinga childhood diseases a
bacterial disorder that mentally


MONEY BUG TOO!i :in:epednl bysinita
Children's Hlospital Medical Centre
in B~oston and the National
Institutes of Health, is designed to Once dyman the Franklin Mint have been entrusted with minting both "Proof" and


NI combat Hecmophilus influenzrre "Specimen" sets and "Specimen" $5 and $2 coins for 1973. Both types of set will
~H-F~lu. alloy.
~H-Flu currently strikes as many
children as polio did in its
a t F INCOprevaccine period and it ranks as The price of the Proof set Is being maintained at $35, the price of the Specimen set will
the most common case of mental be $23.75, and the price of the $5 Specimen coin will be $8.75. They may be ordered
retardation acquired by children from the Agents whose names are listed below. It should be noted that the final date for
after birth. ordering Proof Sets in March 31st and that for Specimen Sets and $5 Specimen Coins is
Also, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o we makeo yourrc moe aeadsati rwn.A tgos epyyuitrs:o rPt rn eamo, aa d in April 15th. Payment should be made to the Agent in advance. Once all the orders have
an interview that experiments with been received and placed with the Franklin Mint, then the "Proof' sets will be minted for
6'/2 ON YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT 7%%~ 8%6 ON YOUR FIXED DEPOSITS the vaccine on adult volunteers the exact number ordered only. Any subsequent orders of Specimen Sets and Coins will
shows the vaccine successfully be subject to availability.
If you haew $1.00 or $50,000.00 which you want put 4awy safely to grow with interest, come see U(','"'" j hadyso-ontIui~ral
ur atFin~o Ther we to gtret-leal which causes H-Flu. The 1973 $2 Flamingo coin will be available this summer on Flamin go Day about themer o Flamngo Dy abot th
US a Fi~o.Thee ae to sree-leel ankng ffics t seve ou:at rmiy Pacein ownownAnderson said that studies are middle of August and further details will be available nearer to that date.
Nassau and at Glasgow House, Robinson Road east of East Street, where there's ample parking. Anow es rnd Rc estener. L. os
ce aet efct oanne will have Agents for Coin Sets in the Bahamas:
1 Anderson said that scientists
ANANI\C=E CD~PRPO MTIONI hav <>w usr belong tarne ha ea Coin of the Realm Ltd. P.O. Box N-4845 Nassau, N.P.
C3 e~~I~~sbacterialincele ahc s comna h ngihSo P.O. Box N-267 Nassau, N.P.

por esons ntetrlycer Maura Lumber Company P.O. Box N-8177 Nassau, N.P.
r ~r aseur herselAndersonion Id oea aeosleLd P.O. Box N-4882 Nassau, N.P.

THE BAHAMAS' OLDESTAND STRONGEST SA VINGS AND LOAN INST/TUTION th odstrh m, and f thent ldgethe The Nassau Shop P.O. Box N-3946 Nassau, N.P.
P.O. BOX N3038 PHONE 24822 6 casd de these bo teria s mge is Premier importers Ltd. P.O. Box N-1085 NsaNP
tha outer coverings of the brain or
MEMBE OF THE SZ~T GROUP OF COMPANIE spinal cord,dan inflammat on ocurs Solomon Brothers Ltd. P.O. Box N-3218 Nassau, N.P.
in. Bahama Coin & Stamp Co. P.O. Box 898 FeprGadBhm
This disease hears no relationship
PRINCIPAL GROUP SHAREHOLDERS: to the similarly named influenza.adalCerigBns
Anderson said that researchers n llCerngBns
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA NATIONAL WESTMINSTER BANK LIMITED disose "ed that a vaccine ccould
which coat the outer surface of the
MERDH-11u bacteria cells.





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C9129
FOR SALE
HOUSE Village Road Area
has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maids
quarters, plus spacious
enclosed grounds. Car port.
Yours for $10,000.00. down
$30,000.00 on mortgage for 10
RE LTY COMPDNY MI OS
22033, 22305, 22307.


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C9115
BILL'S REAL ESTATE

ote~r o of th. mst atctiv
New Providence which has
excellent development and
resale possibilities. The
property comprises over 60
acres and approved plans are
already available.
Contact Exclusive agents at
23921 or write Box 5449*
Nassau.

C97GRAND CAYMAN
21 acres prime commercial
poverty *Ge giee wnm Gowd


Mate, seurve ed, h CI dry4 lad

N 2 3u.Te hone 21981 days

C9173


C9150
LAW FIRM requires Bahamian
with knowledge of and
experience in company work..
Salary commensurate with
experience. Telephone
2-4214/5.
C9178
DIESEL ENGINEER. Mustl
hve e prinece onall make

certified diesel instructor and
capable of class work. Reply P.
0. Box N1658, Nassau.

TRAIDE SERVICES
C8947



r~c! Stree
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU,oBAHAMAS

HEFOVRKDUTY TRUCKING
MECHAEN CAL HANDLING

IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOM CLEARANCE


MOTV SG, STO NGE

SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LY MAN PINDER R
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C8963
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Canl Douglas
Lowe 5-8213, or 5-1772
WORLD OF MUSIC, Dewgard
Plaza.
C8941
PATIO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.
C8104
YOU'RE IN A HEAP-O-
TROUBLE IF YOU DON'T
CALL ABCO FOR ALL
YOUR CLEANING
PROBLEMS -- TEL:
51071-2-3-4.

SCHOOLS
C9159
CHIPPINGHAM NURSERY
SCHOOL
Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Friday 8 a~m. to noon.
Phone 36958, P. O. Box 6083
FEE: $3.00 per week. t

BUISINE~SS
OPPORfUINITIES
C9154


TUINS S O SAL o


SC8942
apARGEnt ONiEe BEuDRiOhO
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9072
FOUND IT!
Large new unfurnished 2 or
3 bedroom house on Charlotte
Ridge West of Boyd
Subdivision. Phone 21170
Evenings 42148

2 BEDROOM 1 bath home,

dunihd ricnonder mned, ful

m isnuhqo 0al t oa

51647 night.

C9086
EFFICIENCIES by the week

po N Mo o i b 2Ehastarnd

C9181
2 BEDROOM apartment in
Duple tBu ldng, unfurnished
Street, ten minutes walka fo
town. Call 54258.
C9176
AVAILABLE April 1st -
airconditioned, fully furnished
1 bedroom apartment,
inclu ryg T.V. unteleph ne

3-1329.
C9049
OFFICE SPACE: Roberts
Building, East Street just off
Bay.
120 sq. ft. $90.00 per
month,
270 sq, ft. $135.00 per
month
360 sq. ft. -- $180 per month
975 sq. ft. $400.00 per
month
AIRCONDITIONING INCLUDE

OFFICE & STORE SPACE*
Out Island Traders Ltd.
Shopping Centre, op osite the
Potters Cay docks. An ideal
Location is available for a
take-out restaurant equipment
already installed. Only
$08.33 per month.Store and
Ifttle sas e $ vaial for as
UNtl FUR N27.per month.
UNFURNSHED
AP ARTMENTS OAKES
FIELD $140.00 per month
OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FIELD: 868 sq. f t. $290.00
per month
APARTMENTS OUT EAST
OFFERED D. FULLY


L250 an $200





W NED: 3rdel person for


$150 3 area. d


CARSf FOR SALE t




C9112
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY


C9165
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
required immediately by local
caterpillar Dealer, BAHTRAC.
Age 25 and up, including 3-5
years experience in repair of 3

swt hes a rilted el ct ia
components. Also required
se vce mec aniceorr achnici n



pease call Dve Sands, el i

3-5701 or write to P. O. Box
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.


SLs PRSeN Irith at les
Good working conditions with
possibility of advancement. If
interested in and capable of
managing dd partme g, il gen

education, recommendation,
experience, salary required,
reasons for leaving previous or
present position and other
pertinent information to Mrs.
Johns, P. O. Box E.S. 6218*
Nassau.

C9170
REQUI RED one administrative
assistant/ saleswoman to live
on one of the family islands.
Applicants must have
experience in real estate sales
and resort development, and
should also have administrative
experience. Education high
school standard or equivalent,
Please send resume to P. O.
Box N-7782, Nassau, Bahamas
or telephone 24596.


C9147
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
It ofte Ist Apw) I 97 th

unless further payment is

m ed- NAMES

Ag Maltin Store

85DeNorsmWiliams
217 Lambert Archer
226 Benson D. Brown


I3 Lavr Cee I


C9100
REF RIGERATION and
air-conditioning mechanic.
Must be able to install and
service air-conditioning and
refrigeration systems without
supervision. Salary based on
experience. Phil's Refrigeration
& Electric Motor Co., Ltd.,
phone 2-2763.
C9134
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
requires the services of two
young men, 20 years and over,
to learn the credit business.
Own car essential. Also, one
female req uired `as
cashier/typist. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C3-9134
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
C9167
COOPERS &e LYBRAND have
several vacancies for qualified
Chartered Accountants. Apply
in writing to P. O. Box N-596,
Nassau, Bahamas.
C9164
CARETAKER NEEDED f or
subdivision in Abaco.
Accommodations provided.
Call 2-2209 or 5-8518
C9168








te-rdnationaldcuisinerar emu

Tresasurens Cayo A co. resure f






Lceyulandeice. Minimum offv

toprevos emploers.c Aply
in peprson to Mr. Campell*
Service Manae, Nbassu otr
Comay Limited, Shiriey x

C91636

BULFERR ISLANDS


Am Room and Board e

Month Vacation er n th

in miersom Naoa on. Out el
Island Lmtd hre


onCHUS CAY CLU i h
P..Box223 I.A.B.


C9099
1968 PONTI AC Catalina'
4-door, automatic, radio. One
owner. $600.00 Phone 2-8612,
9 a.m. 5 p.m.
C9135
BARGAIN
1969 Triumph 1300. $450 -
good running order. Call
,31521.
C9076
FORD MUSTANG 1966 fast
back. big tires, mags, cams, 4
speed, radio, etc. $1,000.
Phone 51606.
C9169
1969 SUNBEAM RAPIER,
white with black upholstery'
low mileage, one previous
o w nor. Automatic






--ms e3 asen 150 Ph

C9146

steeng power braes plusi go
ondtherexr. Price $2,93000or
Oneares ofer.n Telephon Cl
2-235 fr~nom 9 a4.m.t ~

FOR SRAM LER Phn

C9140 NIUS



of Dr2t 3(181 Te vew on
225 r 9 aom to 5 .mo rm


I


C9040
LARGE SHOP and warehouse
on Wulff Road below Mackey
Street. Suitable for furniture
store laundromat Bank -
Food store or Dry Goods. Call
21031 52483 ask for
Douglas Carey.
C8939
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4*2017.


C9090
14 FOOt GLASTRON -
Good condition. Ideal for
fishing and skiin $500. Night
phone a4-1429. O y 2-8262
C9175
REDUCED for quick sale 16ft.
sail boat, fibregia~ssaluminium
mas decroinh leaind j *
Call 7-4218. '


59 R5EO HI FI with radi ,
ftlo mdel.o'
Phl1rpmoautomatic T.V
20" fan on stand
Upright Hoover with
attach ets
Floor meaner. (oddments)
2 single beds
2 hair dryers
Phone 54577
C9166
1 CENTRAL wrought iron unit
8ft. x 10ft 6ins. x 20ins.*
incorporation decorative
wrought iron canopy over it
measuring 9ft. x 16ft dins ,
suitable for shop fittings, b r
units etc. For inquiries please
phone Mr. Revington 2-1404 '


O2 BASS, almost new Pi n
Accordian. $120 CASH. Plea e
brie Adv. 07204, c/o The
Nasstme, O. Box N-3207*
Naa .


IIELP WANTED

C7214
GENERAL MANAGER: To
supervise and direct operations
of both Oceanus Hotels, also
handle and promote sales; atr
least 10 years experience:

le ERL CASHIER: Must
h ve ac ou ing backdgr und


CHEFS: Tequire .oplt

draerc aossistanr ms s be ab
to prepare French and
International Cuisine.
DINING ROOM CAPTAIN:
Experienced in French service;
minimum of three years as
Captain in first class hotels and
restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
WAITERS: Must be able to
read and write; minimum of
one year's experience in first
class hotel or restaurant; good
references and Police
Certificate required.
BUS BOYS : No previous
experience necessary; must be
willing to take instruction from
supervisrs;~ needed to serve
bnrkfast and dinner: Health
Certificate required.
BARTENDER: Full knowledge
of Preparation of all drinks;
ability to operate N.C.R.; three
years minimum experience as
Bartender in first class hotels

ad Poise Cef cader r qined
WINE STEWARD: To sell and
tserv wins tooleinner guints
wine service; storage, etc...
good references and Police
Certificate required.
APPLY: OCEANUS HOTELS
LTD., PERSONNEL DEPT.,
ROYAL PALM WAY OR P. O.
BOX F-531, FREEPORT,


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C9082
WATERFRONT EAST.
BAYCROFT ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT T, LAR GE
LIVING FULLY
BEAUTI FU LLY
FURNISHED, BALCONY
O VER LOO KING OCEAN

ANPDFL OOR. CL4 21V1


C9081
FOR SALE
EASTERN WATERFRONT.
Ba ycr of t one bedroom
apartment, large living, balcony
overlooking pool and ocean
$25,500 firm, fully furnished.
Call 4-2113.


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C9153






TODAY'S ~;)~31 j;~
1970 Chevelle Malibu $2200

19b8 Chv Impl I
white automatic, clean -- $1200
1970 Chev. Malibu --
good condition -- $2200
1970 Chev. impala'
green/white -
good condition $2450
1973 Chev. Malibu
Demonstrator
good buy $- 5750

199 9abe ngr-$5.

brown automatic $1950
r9d8 uhtevm Impala --

radioautoa dan $00


r70m edrmphSpitfire -200
fine little car $875
1972 Chev. Pick up -
yelow god cndtiaon$ 025

1972 Vauxhall Vivena -
0 good b ar in 8 $150


new paint job gold -- $2500.
1968 Hillman Hunter -
linyl top automatic $650
, 1968 Chev. Impala -
ramily size car $1050-
Financing Available
Come In and see us
Oakes Field near
policee Barracks
Phone 34711.
C9095
1968 BUICK Spca ID lx
C door se an, loaded.
Completely reconditioned
inside and out -26,000 miles
-can be seen at Malcolm Tyre
Sevce, Bay St. and Victoria
Ave. Tel. 2-2745.


C9143
GLENISTON GARDENS
ESTATE
As of the 1st April 1973 the
following lots will be placed
back on the market for re-sale
unless further payment is
made:-
Lt Block atames

6 17 Doroh yA deson
4 29 Wison B t to
2 George Clarke
17 17 Frances Farrington
1784 Jossep Lis Knowles
6 27 Roy Well
13 27 Roy Wells


C8944
PACEMIAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTERt
125ft. x 23ft. 4ft. draft, steel
hull, 290 tons, owered by
new Cat .343 dieset. 15 ton

wih2 cargo at hs, oned1 f"
42f24ft andb te othterol4ft.I
excellent shape.
Contact Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phn 59.

E~nTRTAIMIVENT
C9172
DDIDoYO knwi xs e

it's THE GREATEST SHOW

THE SEA LO AQUARIUM
Colu bus Avte. --nChip ingham


Everyone am ttd hal teach
(regular price $2.50 / $1.50)
Ghtes open 3030 p.m.

th e oae R: a 0



IIELP M'TED
C9088
URGENTLY required young
male between the age of 21 to
28 to assist accountant for
large insurance firm. 1 to 2
years bookkeeping experience
required. Contact J. Knowles
at 2-2465 for appointment.


C9149
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
REQU I RED by financial
organisation. Fast accurate
typing and shorthand with
experience in a senior
secretarial position are essential
rhqleq e~nts defplicatio s
previous experience and salary
aeuie ad re hd to 3 ie

and ask for Mr. Young *


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MUS SELL. Make an offer,
Lot approximately 92' x 110
Blair Estates, zoned for private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.
C9119
(1) 21 ACRES ESTATE with
large buildings suitable for
apartments and residential
subdivision.

Ioe fri 2 dni aprm
(3) Lots 80ft. frontage Sands
Addi iosno-easy terms -good


Danno taieetSubdiofsion,I srms

v) iLabrge lots Blair Estate.
IdealI for luxury homes.
Reasonably priced.



F if remaioan cal Bail' c a
Estate 23921.
C9118
(1) EXCELLENT 3 bedroom 2
bathroomnhous with Baha a

Watctwqrd Villas. Price
545.000
(2) Charming 2 storey home
off Eastern Road comprising of
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
dining room with teak strip
flooring, lounge, Bahama
room, kitchen and laundry on
lot 130 x 100. Price
$54,000.00.
(3) House on waterfront 3
bedrooms 2 bath rooms,
separate lounge, dining and
Bahama room, 2 car garage.
Price 5100,000.00
Contact Bill's Real Estate
23921


*. BU F fH EKi


quiet select cul-de-sac in
Montagu hilltop area. A

Coll or andwaMknttagu Q ee s
Low price of $49,500
furnished includes brand new
College and Montagu
Beach. Low price of
$4 9,500 furnished
includes brand new
washing machine, new
fr ezer and new stove. as

bar ain at that price
Terms available.
2. Desirable condominium
site with beautiful ocean
view only one and a half
mile west of downtown
Nassau and a five-minute
drive to 18-hole
championship golf course*
Suitable for five-storey
apartment complex for
owner-occupancy or
year-round rentals.
Almost one and a quarter
acres with 132-foot
frontage on main road by
472 feet deep. Saunders
Beach a short walk away.
Price $225,000.
family credential site in
by la55u feeghts 11 f~ee0
square feet. Price reduced
from $12,000 to $10,000
for quick sale. A sacrifice
at this price.
4. Attractive, well-furnished
co-operative apartment
Baycroft ocean view, East
Bay Street. Two double
bedrooms, one bath,
living-dining, kitchen and
small balcony. Pool
privileges and parking

5. iltis I 50




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1B5E2DROO 2 bath choose dn

4B om h9 5803as fr Mrs.


LARGEry SHOPforret, 3000
squre fat, 6th' Trrace, ec
Center ville Ca be usd as
stoe andwreihoued. Hafs side
entrac.rge Call 2-17 or l
3-58. GCRSI


C9117
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS are
now available through C. W.
Sands3Enterprioe ILtd. B k

Encyclopedia cash or terms.
Handy electronics pocket
calculators.
A wide selection of top quality
metal and mineral detectors.
For information call 23921.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C9094
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his pemises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shiriey Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the Sixteenth day of March,
A,D., 1973 at: 12.00 o'clock
noon the following property:.
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Eleven (11 Building "C"*
being a part of waterfront
To wnhouses 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an indenture of
Co vyne eAtea 390t d

made between Residential
Resort Developments
Limited of the one part and
Pringle Investments Limited
of the other part and now of
record in the Registry of
Records in the City of
Nassau in Volume 1850 at
pages 117 to 132 and
entities the Borrowers to an
undivided share in the






delrto fCondominium Ui

d uayrithveA.0tl 1 anosrd

sThe lty is beltr old
underpre poro sntksale
ctaednanIndenture of Covyne
Mortaed dthed 3Thiyrt day o
ofAuust, 1971 bedt


rrodd irttsthe sim a isr
ofRecords In Volume 1834at

T. pGunn o 0ing, T use .
The sal i sujety to a re serv
pndric the poritfr the u
Actioneer or any pnerson on
his baehalftod bhid pto tht dr
Term 10% of the1 purhae
price at rthe tim of sale d
baance onomldetion- Rsr
Datead tis 5the dayofMrch o


MARRYnng D. MALONE

PublICn ~ orAuctiron Mr.


C9128
FOR VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY ON 355
BAY STREET
SEAFRONTAGE
57H feet on sea, Eastern
Boundary approximately 240
feet on Bay Street 57H feet,
and the Western Boundary 238
3 78.Squar footLe ap rox.
buildings Main Bulding on Ba
used as offices and apartments,
Iower ground floor as 40 by 60
store, plus warehousing.
Gorgeous Views ideal for
boatman's paradise. Rear bidgs.
used as living quarters and Art
Gallery. Most convenient to
Bay Street shoppers and
tourists. Spacious parking area
best business location
obtainable. See anytime.
Submit offers to DESMOND

IN ET ET Ev .


C7234
MANAGER --COST
PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
Bahama Cement Company
requires a qualified person to
manage the activities of the
cost analysis staff. Applicant

mit tm orainu vc ning ar
at least 10 years experience in
industrial standard cost
accounting. Position requires a
person thorou g hly
k no wiedgeable in
establishment and maintenance
of an in process standard cost
system and cost analytical
program and in economic
analysis techniques as applied
to a large manufacturing


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or income. Was asking
$ 500.00 .See ntcieme.to
2 ON WATER has hopua

decorating ideal for a
Handyman. The price is only
$75,000.00. You can make
m money, by sub-dividing, or
bidng cottages. Beat
inlto s Ghi celi .jusn e

noo as Gl rcs. to I

upswinging.
OL SCOLO UATL B HAM AaN
sandy beach, dock, good
swimming. No pool. Ha 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, separate
dining, large sitting. At waters
edge. Magnificient view.
Reduced to $80,000.00.
Partially furnished.
MONTAGU HEIGHTS -
HOUSE &APARTMENT
Live-in one and have Income
on other. Spacious 107 by 150
spacious enclosed grounds.
Fruited Was $65,000.00'
owner willing seller for
1$45,000.00 firm.
OUT EAST on the water.
Views, good swimming in calm
Weather. Rights to sandy beach
nearby. Lavishly furnished, has

3 bedrooms two baths, maids
quarters, separate dining, 2
ta9rgrage. Come see we can
make a deal.
tik STOREYS - HILLTOP
dU ATSpaciu gr d.
ie~ws of Sea. Beach rights, Has
J rooms. reto dogsit in
fbor Executive. Loads of
parking. ,Reduced t
$20,000.00*
DAMIANOS REALTY*
Wo sell loads of real estate
$$033 -- 22305 22307 Nite
-4~1197.


MAIRINE SUPPLIES

C96 Chris Craft Comn. 27 ft
all Fiberglass, 2-200 H.P.,
Radio, Depth Finder, Compass,
2 Fish Chairs, Outriggers, Ice
Box and Refrigerator, many
extras, sleeps 4. Very clean and
client condition. 3 11d (

till 5 p.m.

IIELP MNTWED

C8950
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Appl icant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport. Bahamas.

C7230
Sorter and Washman required
with minimum of one year's
experience and furll knowledge
of commnercial-type- washing
equipment,
Apply thahama Uniform Rental
& Laundry, Box F-822,
Freeport.


191Vv 97 .LTD.

1970 Viva Au Dr


A/C 2400 iles Blue


1972 Viva S/W
Automatic White
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 Cyl.
1970 Chevelle 2 Dr.
Auto Green A/C
1970 Pontiac Parisionne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White
1971 Ford Escort
4 Dr. Auto Belge
1971 Varuxhall Victor
4 Dr. 5/W Auto. Green
1972 Pontiac Ventura
4 br. Auto Radio
range
1970 Roveir White A/C
Auto. 1
1969 Htumber Sceptre
Automatic
1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
A/C Red/Black Vinyl 1
1970 Ford Maverick
Auto. Green 1
1969 Chevelle 4Dr.
A7 Fo Gd Ca i Auto.
Blue 1
A97 o.mbler
1969 Pontiac GTO
~A/C Vinyl Gren
19640tdsmobile
98 Auto. 4 Dr.


$1700

$995

$995

$54950

$2600

$3700

$3000

$2000

$1600

$1895

$3500

$2000

$995

$2950

$1800


$1650


$2000

$300


C9158
UNIQUE SALES OPPORTUNITY
HIGH CALIBRE LAND SALESMEN. Willing to
relocate on beautiful and historic island of San
Salvador, where a development of worldwide
distinction is taking form. TOP DOLLAR
INCOME GUARANTEED. Grow with a prestige
company "
AHl replies held confidential. Write Columbus
Landings, P. O. Box 1492, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
33302, Attention: Vice President-Sales


C8938 -

NdroomE Rwobath r nd o
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With larpas lI i
furnished Victoria Cour
Apartments on Eitrabth
Avenue betw~en Shiriey and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone
laundry, parking, T.V.antenna
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 pm


C9098
20 ft. BERTRAM Bahar-Mar
Cruiosr elqupped with one 160
b.p. inboard/outboard
Mercruiser ,ship-to-shore adio
and trailer. Good condition.
Asking $3,500.00. Plus*
telephoner David Hudson at


C9056
1 CONVERTIBLE coc
1 Fender ifpleh cn ~ouh
1 250Ib. taumk and sawker
Call 77947 r.


Located Oalkes Field
Opposite the Ice Hourse
Telephone 34636-7-8


hre 01rtiltate


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 hn Nassau,352 -6008 i Freeport from 9a~m to 5pm Mon. toFri. a.G~.t pm


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MECHANIC Required tol CATALYTIC West in
overhaul and repar heavy duty Ltd., Post Office Box F-2
tuk a so repist ccon an rob opotu nnt ava sale
i~ght' trucks 10 yn Beh mIa in their Ref
experience required on this Maintenance organize
type of equipment, ableto Arc Freeport, for the follo
a~nd Acetylene weld and do position :
paint and bodywork would b BAHAMIAN INDUSTr
an advantage. ENGINEER -rec
Apply to: Personnel qualified from an Accre
Department, Grand Bahama College to train as a Pl
Port Authority Limited, P. O. and Scheduler using C.P.I
Box F-266fs or 30C Kipling other network Mainter
Bu ldi g, Freepor,' Grand ran gmentxrnnsn
just educational qualifical
C7224 Qualified applicants s
TWO METAL FRAMING reply to: Deputy
MCECHANICS: Lay out Industrial Officer, Ministl
supervisor, be able to read Labour, Freeport, G
blueprints and co-ordinate Bahama, Bahamas.
work. 5 years experience C22
T WO ACOUSTICAL JOB OPPORTUNITY
MECrHAS K abi o ro R quireds by anAss ci
blueprints and co-ordinate Company.
work. 5 years experience. POSITION : Fina
Interested Persons Apply: Accountant
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL & QUALIFICATIONS:
COUNTRY CLUB, WEST School education with
END, GRAND BAHAMA. years advanced educatic
Elon Martin, Jr., Personnel accounting or college d
victortor. JOB DESCRIPTI
C7226 IVaintains corporate bom
1 BAS GITARPLAER:prepares accounting state
with experience in all types of and reports, forecasts p
dance music, must be able to nyss roit c
read music well for playing in establises andfi kepsr
o HOTEL PHOTOGRAPHER* on various financing acti
to work on commission C-orinaters flown of
1 GARDENER/LABOURER: amnsesla ge
Inteestd prson, aplyto:performs cost accounting!
THE G RAND BAHAMA asst n arosc
HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB, accounting mat
WEST END, GR AN D Co-ordinats supply, sale!

CN AC : OSSI ENDEH opeain I s cr ic nm
ELON MATN JR aviation fuels.
PERSONNEL "lETR EXPERIENCE: Basic 5-6


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SETTER TNAN I L FIrI TALKED TO MrM SEFORE r LEFT 1 0 FlagramY WITH kEN 6ARON t
DESERVE TD FEEL AT `1ITHE OFFCE / WE FEELS rOu ~SMOULD FOKR A WYttKI TNAT'S GREAT/AYO lF
6000 EVENING, MY A@E, JUNEC / I WISH St h NERE ANorwER KIU DOWlT CCMEL BACK~
MELISSA.I HOW K)ZU'D CONVINCE REK WEEK*.-AT LEAST UNlTL K)Il WITH AMI ENiA6EMElT
ARE OZU FLEELIG MORGAN THAT 1'M WELL. UNTIL I OET SACK/ GET SACK t F~ RINQ, I'LL BE VERY
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AB GAL N j Yd U T SEEN GHI 8~~N UPN!AV~I C3' /~
NOW LOOK HERE. ROMHANO TWENTY- FOUR BROOKLYN FOR SOME GOOD ITALIAN /T YERY D/FF/C~l/T TO CCMVTROL
I AdPECIATE YOUR CONCERN HOURS! COOKING! WE VE GOT TO PUT AYSELF/
BUT I'M GOING BACK TO WORK SOME WEIGHT ONt YOU.' You SEE Y~OU
AT THREE THIS AFTERNOOMPl \ac ARET SO TIRD\SEtAL-

'8 ,' GETTING
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C7228
INSPECTOR A ploeline
inspector with 5-10 years
ex lrencedIs rie uired ag

collection systems presently
under construction. The
applicarit must be capable of
ensuringl that the contract r
rulsdahis oblipatin intat
drawings and specifications
with respect to trench depth,
workmanship and backf iII. He
must also have knowledge of
pressure tests and sterilization
of water mains*
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
tort Auh rty Lim ted, P. O.
Building, Fr port, Grn
Bahama.

MANAGER -COST
PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

mqhuae sa Co f tid poorsmon t
manage the activities of the
cost analysis staff. Applicant

wihm rarinu ao ing arn
at least 10 years experience in

dcouu ig. P laio required a
person thorou g h y
k wblhen an da baletena n
of an in process standard cost
?A*,"'m a".d cos an ltia
aalysis tec nique s fa pie
aeration.


F-100. Freeoort.
C7223
;PAINT SUPERINTENDENT:

:yr uics expuemr ee requla d
previous e xperience in
maintenancee of sewage
treatment plants, able to train

:ply to: Lucayan Utilities
:Ltd., P. O. Box F657,


(STE VE R 0PER


C7227
THREE FURNITURE
BUILDERS qualified to

daieta or a a htyehl ea d

oy ars epe c Mn ums iell
GENf RAL MANAGE R with
xutsle e topr t an n i
high quality cabinet work.
Able to read blueprints, d ft

construction experience in
supervisory capacity.



C7235
CAMBRIDGE INVESTMENT
BOMP G REQUIRES NOG
RESTAURANT A PMO TFONR

CLEANING AND DISPOSAL
OF GARBAGE. BAHAMIAN
IS REQUIRED.
Contact Box F-425, Freeport.


"Mly previorus complaints about your work improved it
for about two weeks. This time let's try for three."


GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are thinking
big and want to become big now, but some
unexpected obstacles may loom in your path that require a
switch in methods if you are to be able to contend with them
wisely. However, these changes produce in time a better set of
circumstancesr r you to operate undr Maain your coo .
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You want to have fun, but
there may be obstacles in your path today so wait until
tomorrow. An associte may be somewhat demanding, but this
Is necessary. Evening is fine for radio listening or TV viewing.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Listen to views of kin that
you were not able to understand before, but do not show
resentment. The ideas of others also have to be considered
in ehenatly Don't scold a close tie who could be your best
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Much care in motion of all
krinds is necessary today and tonight, especially when driving
on highways and byways. Make sure you spend wisely and
well, and count your change; keep wallet in safe pocket.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't spend or
invest too quickly, or you will surely regret it later on. Try to
add to bank account instead of taking more out of it, and if
you do not have one, art oneD Culti ate r iishmters ins

order to get your own way, or you can only make enemies and
accomplish very little. Use a wiser psychology. Steer clear of
social activties tonight where big arguments might start.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Not a good day to contact
adviser who are either too busy or not in good form, so wait
for a better day for such. Get as much information as you can
on your own. Work with vbm and vigor and get ahead.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Listen to the advice which a
good and dynamic friend can give you now, and follow it
implicitly. Social activities can prove to be very beneficial to
your interests. Dress in fine style.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) State your aims and goals to
influential persons and gain their advice and support, since it is
impossible for you to work alone. Make sure you pay that
important bill you have procrastinated about for so long.
Improve your credit.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You want to expand
and can do so if you contact the right key people now Once
you have the right data, you can make plans for travel, or for
changes. Home is your best bet in p.m.

betCerPRa OkeN pes ns in you nche~me of t ing mrr dhoeng
and then you can coordinate your mutual efforts more
intelligently. Endeavor to please mate more, also. Make it a
fifty-fifty proposition.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Make the right
arrangements with a conservative associate who has fine ideas*
andyou both benefit. Show generosity with one who opposes
yoe tndyou reach a fine understanding. Stop being so
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Getting home beautified, or
office modernized can make life and work easier and more
plesarnt and your health improves. Give a co-worker a boost
and enjoy more harmonious relations, speed up production.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those charming young people who 'is' full of generosity
and big ideas, but who needs encouragement and praise when
doing something especially worthy in order to make a big
success in life, since thb~re is much sensitivity in this nature.
The fine talents could be stunted if not given the proper
credit. If this is done and care s paid to diet, which is
important, then there can be real fame in this chart, plus a
happy married life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is lagely up to YOUI


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8. lored Girl 15
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THIRD RACE 6 I'urlongs
Masic Woman II2
2. Lady Cleo 112
U.G Mar uGo 21
5. Young Baharnian 112
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9. Roman Dancer 115

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J.Chm Song 17
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5. South n Flame I14
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7. Shasada 114
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Babe Ruth's record of 714 home
runs would never be broken, near
must face reality: Hank Aaron will
do e ,b3 g Irn d Atlanta Bravs'
slugger, needing only 41 homers to
te R h's longs andng r cod an
he was taking aIm on the Babe's
total and if he reaches It this
seaon, he wgill quit.
re t ,y te lplen wch h mon
seaons."
Aaron, with a career total of 673
homers. Including 34 last seaon*
dht woul Itee hm hs shhootof
Ruth's record, and make the
buildup overwhelming for the 1974
stally. Aaron will be more
relaxed this seaon than last
beceaue manager Eddle Mathews
has returned him to his old right
field position from first base. "I'm
m Iel arna fis baase ," Aaron
saridl "Anybody who thinks they're
maig teasy by putn In ol
player at first is just crazy. When
'mw in eshtfield, I can retax
Aaron's major physical problem
could be a troublesome knee, on
which he wears a brace.



Muser led the White Sox with three
runusbbatte i, tncludlhg aw nM h a
Inning.
Meanwhile, rookie outfielder Al
Bum ry had three hhts, including a




out a Minnesota runner at the plate.
Don Baylor homered for the
sri edsandt moki hraig Kusck

Veeran Jim Lyttle, fighting for a

bw rn an scchin Inthr5 I
Royals' 3-2 victory over
Philadelphia, the Phillles' first loss
in six sames.
The Boston Red Sox rallied for a
7-6 victory over the Montreal
Expos on Ben Ogilvie's run-scoring
double in the eighth inning. Cecil
Cooper, who scored the winning
run, had reached baise on a two-run
single and earlier hit a solo homer.
The Los Angeles Dodgers
parlayed two-run homers by Von
Joshua and Bill Russell and six
Pittsburgh errors for a 10-2 rout
over the Pirates. Joshua's was a
450-foot blast over the centre field
aec eulwhilesmPittsburgh's4 f of
homer ouer the lft field fenc oed

five in the sixth inning on singles by
Roy White, Graig Nettles and
Hlpe A deae wa t Ro

Cardinals 3-1.
Joe Hague drove In three runs
and raoi Ken rtheG knmocked n
to a 7-3 victory over Houston


CLUB, captured the Harry Knowles
Memorial Thophy when they
defeated the Belilou R.C.26-23.
scoring rour tries, two coverst s
Balliou's four tcrie tw 80 conversion
and penalty goal, In Saturday's
al-cib hle r S nat the Queen
The game was action packed
from beginning to end with the ball
see-sawing from end to end

olynp pood har ru th foot a l
The Buccaneers moved into the
lsed after 10 minutes when from a
Uneout on the Baulou line a loose
scrum ensued and Brian Thomas
dppe h bel to hohn alith wh
first try of the same. Tony aroome
converted to make the score 6-0 to
the Buccaneers,
the te Iats moment dot"'"
Buccaners backs resulted in Alan
Davis scoring the second try amidst
aan~uryanodf atte Brn d tackles b
up a lead of 10 0.
BAILLOU FIGHT BACK
Midway through the first half
gae o thi fofwr sea n to w
more of the ball from the loose
rocks and lineouts and Phil Davis



In the 35th minute of the half
Ba~llon moved into the lead with a
e~nhfichnt pas tg move et
The ball was passed from one sid
ofa uh nel so thd ote by th

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Imedately afplter thal tie to
mov ben ck t the pa n twh a
nea the ptsucner ac onevl point

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the xtr mane in th there equrers
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foer tey third a tme i ted ga The
Benroom running wide, passdedto
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(AP) TerdTrners Class C talop
Tuesday whnd the Cala Aon feto ot
undetrwa d ats nonin ther 81mie
Miamilc toMoteo bay yacht race.t
Tur lnerth Worldm Oeane Raingld
an 30mleleakd inhis class as two
powanerful 73-footeors. Onde iand
Buccaneter blega duells for thel
Chrlas A lead asthe l hef Miami

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radio ed theracer' cmmtte tha itop

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Stirup Cay were Clas B
contenders Alethea and Scariett.
Moderate 10-15 knot southeast
winds sent the Class A flut on its
way. First across the Ilne, less than
10 seconds after the gun, were W.
Bemrnrd Hermma's Bonaventure
from Palm Beach. Norlds, and
Norm Raben's La Forzsdl DI estino
from Bedfrod Village, New York.
Thirty minutes later, the strugle

Auclanmd, New Zealand, and S.A.
Long's Ondine from New York,

ANGLICANS HAVE
QUIET DAY

THERE WILL be a Quiet
Pa for de tnia lrgy of

rennn a~t dO3 a.r tn Holy
anrPrr nd o Ides on
Saturday beginning at 3 p.m.


BAFLA FOOTBALL STARS Godwin Wlydn of the Nassau
Jets and Allen Ingraham of the Stinrrays left Nassau this morning
on the 9*IS a.m. flight to Washington D).C. where they will
undergo trials with the Washington Redskins, Association
president Geoff Williams told The Tribunre.


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By GLADSTONE THURSTON
PLAYER/MANAGER ED MOXEY in a splendid four for four plate appearance scored three
runs and banged in four as defending champions Big Q Marketeers (formerly Marie Kelly) trounces
Beck's Bees 1 1-3 during last night's second game at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.


Following the All Star game
played at the Sports Centre
February 23 between the All
Stars and the Nassau Jets
Blyden and Ingraham 'caught

eedskin head coaches Gon e
Allen, who was at the game.
Allen subsequently invited
Blyden and Ingraham to
Washington for further trials
with the Rdskins sa ing that
judging fom pr lminary
examinations Blyden and
Ingraham might well have the
makings of pro footballers, but
he would like to see them play
aga nt superior oppon nts m

Washington for a week during
which time they will undergo
extensive rials ini te Redskins
'ry ot amp wt he op
draftees for the coming

foo biaes dSHd Phimorning

that both Blyden and Ingraham
were "in tip top shape" and
were "tremendously excited
about the prospects of being
asked tojoin the Redskins, oe




last month the boys have been
training really hard said
Williams. "They've been
CORC ntrat ng moy on



ability to handle a football is
very important."
Blyden a 6ft, 200 lb
middlelinebacker, was recently
elected as the best defensive
player and Most Valuable
Pl oer for 1972 by the
Association and following this
he was nominated by the
Association to the Bahamas
Federation of Amateur Sports
for the Sportsman of The Year
Award.
In recommending Blyden for

Sprdthe As iati n ad
that the key to the Nassau Jets'
unbeaten record in 12 matches

and ee ortS Rokrss ls
season, was Blyden's
outstan ding play at
middlelinebacker.


Throughout their unbeaten
season the Jets allowed their
opponents to score only 103
points for an average of 8.6
points per game.
6insnpa0 ub a strapping 6ft.
6n, 2 Is. sa ey end was
also outstanding for the
Stingrays defense during the
1972 season.


SE COD TEST ENDS



BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS

ln Chhpe dAn Dou Wa sane b~h
scored centuries in an unbeaten
third wicket partnership of 193 u
the Second Test match between
Australlaland the West lhides nded

Final scores were Australia 324
and 300 for two (declared): West


84 fo on in ther sc d inig
and, on an easy-paced pitch, were
never in danger of collapsing.
waiters joined Chappell after
opener ra fdpoth ws nnaught at
Gibbs with the total 107. From

th h pnt, teay doinnate t

shrtly b fre tod co hi ninth i
innings for 10 minutes after the
itra o sal whWal erstto re h

erC Opp2P owas 106 not out*


Au t allathinn n s, West oIndi s
captain Rohan Kanhal, only very
rarely used as a bowler, operated
for six-overs a fair reflection on
the state of the game.
When Walters hit a full toss from
Kanhal through the covers for his
fSth four to reach his century,
Chappell declared the Innings
closed
It wasl Walters' flfth century in
six Tests against the West Indles
and took him only two hours 40
minutes to compile. Chappell, who
also hit 15 fours and a six, took
four hours five minutes for his
taly .
hThe dest ndies were lef wth an

rtai obro ghtenadclose nd mnut s
left-handed Roy Fredericks and
right-handed Geoffrey Greenidge

df uh 051r ilprbby h nrge8 o
the two tests to be played in
Trinidad at the Queen's Park Oval.
The third test starts there March


In the first game Blahamas
Blende~rs stopped a sixth
Innings rally by Paradise Island
to win 2 1. The islanders
sc ored one in that innings
Big Q who lost their opening
game to defending league
champions Del Jane (formerly
Kienturcky Saints) pounced on
beck's hurler Stephenl Ifurnes
for four big runs in the top of
the first innings
With one down after lead off
hotter K~endal MLunrroe popped
up to short. Adlai Moss and
Vinice A2lbury took four
zconsec~utive balls each to bring
o~n E~d Moxey. Moxey singled
Into right centre driving in
Mloss while Albury moved to
second
First baseman Roy Rodgers
loaded the bases for E~ugene
Iiggs last years rookie of the

g dr wh< e single to lft

saw .Moxey crossing the plate
for the Marketeers' third run
while R. Rodgers took third.
fliggs got caught in the fielder s
choice for the second out

tigldhis wymt rgmht fe a

fourth run. Ben Rolle
grounded out to the pitcher to
redredtr gers, who pitched
a great four hitter striking out


four and walking only two,
had Bec~k's in trouble from the
bottom of the first as their first
three batters Anthony Bowe
Sonny flaven and Anthony
H-uyler went down without
seeing first base.
Munroe leading off again
this time with a single got
nailed stealing second.
However, Moss followed with a
single, stole second to bring on
Moxey after Albury popped up
to the pitcher. Moxey with two
balls and one strike on him
again lined to left driving in
Moss for the fifth run of the
game.
A. Rodgers continued his
great pitching and with his
team behind him again retired
Beck's Bees scoreless
The thiird innings saw both
sides going blank but the


Maurkht M ss gettn hi sds n
hit was followed by Albury
who singled to left placing
Moss in a scoring position. He
later stole second.
Ed Moxey, the power hitter,

i bo ce ereu hiin in Mss an
second, was driven in by R.
Rodgers' single.

Be ks Beeshcaae e wirte he r
first two in the bottom of the


fourth. With two out and Fred
Taylor on with a walk, Simeon
Iumes, the left fielder, poked
A. Rodgers between short stop
and third for Beck's first hit of
the game. A throwing error
advanced both runners, bringing
on Willie Knowles. With the
count full at three balls and
two strikes Knowles smashed
the next pitch into right field
driving in Taylor and Hlumes,
'The winners picked up three
more runs in the top of the
fifth and a wild pitch (Rodgers'
only one of the game) cost him
another run in the bottom of
that innings when Huyler
double scored.
Beck's utilizing a total of
three pitches, had Stephen
Hlumes taking the loss giving up
six hits and walking four.


P a ad s trlan a t first

but were unable to score.
Moving into the bottom of
the second Bahamas Blenders
connected for three hits
including their winning two

n itahe no o he hsixt ,

wild pitch breaking the
Blenders' shutout.
Joe Pe nehrman whs Bthe

Inb rt took the loss. 7


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BECK'S BEER GOLF OPEN
BECK'S GOLF TOURNEY Shown above are the sponso rs nd organizers of the
Beck's Beer Open Tournament, scheduled to be played at Coral Harbour Golf Club this
Sunday. The tournament is being sponsored by Wm. Brewer Company Ltd., the local
distributors of Beck's. Shown with the tourny prizes and trophles from left to right -
(standing) Tony Lancaster, Jim Malone (manager of Wm. Brewers), Nick Radford,
(itting) Sam Caito (Asst. manager of Wm. Brewer Ltd.) PHOTO: Rckery Wells


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