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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: March 23, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 10 Friday, March 23, 1973. Price: 1 5 Cents


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l ill' CRIMINAL. Investigation
Detpalrtment I\ trying to locate
the occiupants of a car who
may\ have seen the boat which
ran o~ver and injured British
Trade commissioner John
Burn in the water near Brown's
Pint Wst Bay Stret, on

A CID) press release said a
car was parked near GCo-Slow
Bend" in the vicinity of
Brown's Point at about the
tirne of the incident. The
occupants. the police said
"may be of assistance and are
asked to contact the police
urgently "
T'he occupantss of the car or
anyone else who may have
information of assistance to
the police In their investigation
are asked to contact CID at
telephone 2-2561-2.
Mr Burn was run over.
according to his family, by a
red power boat whose driver
ignored the signalling of Mr.
Burn's son, who was in the
water with him at the time.

about 4) p.mn.~yiCC fO IFt
lr. Burno suf e dte$

la kg nd cion t i h ospi rtal.







MR. THOMAS Peter Maury,
Sr.. died this morning in
M2iamni, F~lorida, after a long
illness.
Hlis wife. Geraldine, and
his sister, Mrs. Mabel Roberts
were at his bedside at the time
of his death,
Slie is survived by one son,
fhomas Peter Maury, Jr., two
daughes i rs. rakh atur ian


m'r Beach nal ria anzarnine
gras bM will be brought
back to Nassau for burial.
Funeral arrangements will be
.Innocunced later.

BINDER SERVICES
F;UNERAL services forMrs.
Iva C. Pinder, 69, who died in
Miami, Florida Monday, will be
held at St. Anne's C'hurch, Fox
lfill, tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Bishop Donald Kinowles will
officiate and interment will
follow in S. Annr'st vee y.

her husband Simeon, two
daughters. rs Freda
Thompson and Mrs. Sylvia
Zervas; two sons C'harles and
Harry and two sisters and two
brothers.

PLUMBER DIES

Lyons R ad, died I:3 raser
yesterday at the Princess
Margaret H~ospital.
Mr. Fraser, a plumber, is
survived by his parents, two
daughters. one son, six sisters
and six brothers.
OVERSUBSCRIBED
T IE MONET` AR Y
.10thority's T'reasury Bill
tender for $2,500,000 was
oversurbscribed on March 20.
The average rate at which
successful tenderers obtained
Bills was $98.44 per cent
equivalent to a discount rate of
approximately 6.2 per cent per
annum.


r


BEC HOWl INTEND TO OPERATE

INI THE BLACK, SO-



no more part-payments



al110 t W I BEC bills





special aIrrangements have been mIade with the Corpoartion's
account F department for hardship, cases.


I eInhanel~c Tuesday
recceivcd ,r letri trains 3 Fox .
4r tl~ill residcint men,lllu!ning that
Y ~~since the BHI( raltes ha~ve been
IIIIncreased it f eui

pscjincres ngly dia c\ ult intii


'ell done. Yes, of amoicunt due quarterl.
Bonnie Prince "Previously we iould pa\1 :
to the British p~art o~f the bill and thle bualanc
;s and all! would be added to) the next
e press has been h~ill." the letter writer said.
ince Charles get Now,. he continued, if the
duties as a ful1~rl amunt was not paid.
on board II.M.S- withini twoi or three days


this shot of the payab~le imeitl he
i. electricity was c~ut oflf.
e arrive d in The writer comiplaiined~ that
atrd the Roy'al because Of this p~oliC\ "ane
SWednesday and third of Fox~ Hlill at thiis timei is
be open to the without light."
row afternoon. PIIEE
girls could see iC 1 f 1
ung naval officer I~~( personnel laceffir Icrvis
Bain told Te T~ri une today
own f te Prnce that the previous poisiti~n
ke In any of the allowed for a person to pay on
port therthan his b~ill and for the balance to
Py.glass. It's all he aultomatically carried over
see. to the next billing,
"This however was a
privilege not a right, and it has
d\.~ M~l~~" r Hain sarid


,IIJU . I .Il J l
110 explained that inl a number
oft Lase~s as mullch as $200
won~l be < wing and consulnwrs
wonl on y put down fSf

$1 BEC ha n tke tft
positio hnatl tit mst p~crnatre i

Therefr allb 1 nsuni rs mu t

unless there Is aI case of
hardship and this can he
proven to the satisfaction of
the accounts department.
"If this can he shown, then
the individual can continue to
maintain this privilege."
Mr. Bain pointed oul.
however, that if th~e remtaind~r
due on a bill does not exceed
$20 it will be automatically
carriedl over on to the next bill.
Otherwise the matter will be
treated as a disconnection.









TEN HAITIIAN nationals are
seeking political asylumi in the
S).0 after p yingicbettwo
smuggled into F~lorida twcin
Freeport, Grand Bahamia, the
MamidHerald reported (I
urse ayix women and f our

"weU-dresse ," laneed in th
Pompano Beach area about 2
a.m Wednesday fromla 40-foot
oeat.dth
Mianui pol ce touki lu m

tuhr d aut was stopped at 3.23 a.m. on
traffic charges. Tfhe Haitians
were hudldled in the back of
the vehicle.
The Haitians admitted
paying between $200O and $300
each for illegal passage to the
U.S. according to Robert L.
Woytuch, district director of
Ihe' Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
All but one, who speaks
English with a British accent,
speak only Creole French, the
lierald reported.
The Herald quoted Mr.
Woytuch as saying "they did
pay passage from Freeport.
These people paid to come
here, and apparently intended
to stay in the G~reater Miami
area. They want to stay here
and find employment."
The Haitians were released
pending processing of their
applications for political
asylum, the spokesman said.
The driver of the stolen truck
mid as cm niwn eaimed td
a Broward County-based
smuggling ring dealing in
hnums~at cargo were being


LWC.Y UNG TEACHERS MAY GET PROBLEM

SORTED OUT AFTER EASTER BREAK, BUT -





No Ministzry decision for 6 month







has teachers angry & frustrated


By MIKE LOTHIAN
L. W. YOUNG JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS, presently split into two groups and accommodated under cramped conditions in the auditoriums
of two other schools, are to move to a consolidated campus of their own after the Easter holidays, Bahamas Union of Teachers president Cecil
N. Curling said this morning.


Mr. urng to~ld The



Boulevard 1r \clf lir completion
by the end of1 Ma~rch1. Pupils at
Thatchberry P'runary School
on Mackey Street will move to
the E. P. Robecrts campus, and
the L. W. Young students will
take over at Tfhatchberry.
New buildings on a Bernard
"oa sit \r 'w~ hav: ben

the beginning of the 19)72/73
year, but at thiat time the site
had oily been cleared.
I oundtl3ion4 hiave now been
poured.
SinceL September, therefore,
the L. W' lo~ng students have
been taking classes in the
auditorium of C. 1. Gibson
Juinio~r High in Marathon
Estates, and the Donald W.
Dalviss Junior High o~n Arundel
Street.
~The difficult conditions
under which L. W. Young
teachers and its headmistress,
Mrs.. Marina Walcoctt. have had
to work since September was
the subject of a meeting early
Thursday afternoon between
the teachers and the BUT s
executive council.
TEACHERS RE:FUISE


unnmo usmn t un t

metn httheydw ud refts
to teach after the Easter break
if the Ministry did not take
action to correct the situation
Mr. Curling told The
Tribune that he saw Mr. Sunds
at the Ministry at about lour
o'clock yesterday, and was toid
of the plans for the switch of
Thatchberry pupils to E'. P.
Roberts, and of L. W. Young
students from C. i. Gibson and
D. W. Davis to Thatchberry.
Hie said the Easter vacations
is scheduled for April 13-30.
Another facet of the same :
problem was the need Tuesday
for Mrs. Walcott to begin a
week's secial levt o M
Walcott is suffering front
"frust ra tion" over the
Ministry' sraplarnte lec o

However, it is understood that
contrary to earlier reports, Mrs
r gnitt ba po intention of


SMr\ Wa'llott~ sister of



persons h ~hole wo1\ irked with
her have spokeni lughly of her
teaching bltR to The
Tribu ne


beerntlwr~ csllcune lt ri~si eabas

L~ ~~ ~ r s nr n I I ro n s w h o

that she Is at sister to Mr
Thompson than to, her own
ability.
In January' the BI 'T council
unanimouusely rejected a
Ministry proposal that L. W.
Young use the C'. I. G~ibson
camipus I p.m to .5 p.mn. and
that ('. 1. G;ibSonI hold classes
from H a.m. to I 2 45 p.m.
'Ihe union suggested as
alterniatives:
cs Transfer the chiildren from
Thatchberry to other primary
schools and let L. W. Young
occupy the TIhatchberry
grounds.
Let L. W. Young sturdents
be absorbed by other junior
High schools,
Move L. W. Young
students into the E. P. Robzrt ;


ir Curling sosaids tthey tver

c~o bntioni of adopti ion'
first andt third suggestions
because E'. P. Roberts is
designed as a primary school,
and Thatchberry, although
currently used for primary
school children, was originally
designed for secondary
education and in fact is the
former Eastern Secondary
School .
in a press conference earlier
this year the BUT charged tle
M inis try with "bad
management" in over-building
in the primary section and not
building enough in the
secondary section of

eduheioTnibune was unable t<>
contact Mr Sands fo
confirmation of Mr. (suchin '
account of the Ministry s plans
as He was in a meeting
re however his secrettir
statement willmbe md n du


Mr. Collie told The TIribune
that he is doing a social
,research project called 'the
road to freedom." Hie said the
work Is being done
"unofficially" for "certain
pro in the Ministry of
Euanion wh hwan i d one.
fe th s oid ndebwas hirecttorot rac e
Bahamas Federation of Youth
anodffi Idoing there resear h
organization, although he
pcoul 1 vt give tel na e of t e

the ohr letter to Mr. Sands
Mr. Iolie said,din partthruh

ivestigatin in., oe li.,,.o.,

presently being used in family
Islands schools. Magizines'
daily newspapers comics'
general comics, religious story
books, Bibles, church and
seho songs, library texts and
literature books and ZNS with
'(od saves the Queen' morning
an night outrighitlan state ci
su eniority black rT
su offering from inferior in
complex; all heroes white
black man is either not present
or Is portrayed as a stupid
monkey or donkey

"Some of the psychological
otent t redagt that the' jhikdir
19 te Gheavenblackac wh l

Jesus, long white robe, all
white angels, white mother
Mary, white saints and all other
M eaesnl d stshoP ul, Peter,
Mr. Collie went on to tell
Mr. Sands:
I rhe black mnan's first
lo alty isg vvbwitea Inlngdl

ge ddnesseg d I htv blc

brave worriers for riding then

"All blackness by white
English slave laws been

u riaensedultupa ti Iratre. D
the black girl ever be told why
she feels like Jumping, who is
Ile-ife (an African G;od). that
her African religion is
natralistic, that she is a child of
the universe, where her fore
fathers came from and how
and why they were forced here
. "
"Blackness," he says in his
letter. "indicates dirt squalor,
disease, sin poverty, and
ignorance. H-ow many black
children can ever escape
monkeying whiteses? Could
the black people be blamed for
not appreciating and trusting
each other, and for their slave
mentality?"
His letter continues: "Most
of our lawyers teachers,
doctors ete get their Einglish
education in the land of the
brave and tell us that they are
making us civilised --look at
the history of our high school
and colleges."
EXAMPLE
In describing his project to
The Tribune, Mr.(ollie gives as

Salvador tihe children San
never known slavery existed
primarily due to the fact that


t

d


Mr. ole. himself a
Mayaguanian, said that a
Mayaguana child was not able
to relate slavery' to his island,
because there was not much
evidence of it there.

to e are testing oura poe t
to in ot heefec an iti

our i ea.
Mr. Collie said that some of
the aims of the youth were to
make "People aware of their
background."
"To help pupils to
understand that A frican ,
tluropean and Southi Amneric~an
Indians had different culutral
heritage, and that the
Bahamian is a combination of
the three cultures." he wrote
under the heading "organizing
aims."
"To help pupils to
understand what both physical
and mecntal slavery are; to show
min tae dhitte st esrastters
negroes and indians, and how
Baham an laws are still replica

a esia rf teir 1de t tke; mkngpup
pulils to understand that
slavery still exist within San
Salvador; preedarn therTisoutro.

pr ep ;ring pupils for
I n depe ndence and both
physic~aland mental freedom."

"I believe." Mr. Collie
declared. "that the whole
socioeconomic system is wrong
nottherellihalntia be aus tit i
rnoney-centred In other
words, he said, "money is God.
TIhe Bahamas is primarily an
existentialistic society with
two different sets of values
anaterilistic values and values
related to co-existence. T`he
trend of development in the
Bahama1s woulld produce more
and more melntally ill people
bec~ause people are being pulled
lowa3rd mnaterialism "
Mr. Collie told IChe Tribune
that he is a teciher at the
Ministry of E~ducation school
at C'ockbhurn Town. San
Salvador.
He was educated at
Mayaguana bcf'ore going to the
Teachers TIraining C'ollege in
San Salvador. where. he said,
he studied "Bahamian
Maladjustment and Social
Criticism." He worked for six
months under Dr. Jeromne
Wright of H~arvard University
while Dr. Wright was at
Mayaguana doing an
authropology study at that
island. Hie says he has a
diploma in social science by
correspondence from La Salle
University). 'hicago.
M Cle p ns to study
aoig Se em er.niversity


b
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itself as a scheduled air carrier.
Granting thle injunction wdS
Mr. Justicez Samnuel Graham
~fhe injunction is to
"restrain the defendant
comnpa ny ( TOA) front l
publishing, advertising ~r
televising any statement
misrepresenting the effect of
the terms of a licence held by
the defendant from the
Bah a mas Air Transport
Licensing Authority, >r
calculated to induce the belief
"(1) that the defendant rs
duly incensed for "scheduled
journeys' within the meaning
of the Air Transport
Regulations, or
"(2) that the defendant is
duly licensed to operate a
scheduled international air
service, or
"(3) that the defendant is
duly licensed to publish
timetables in connection with
any of its proposed flights, or
'(4) that the defendant is
duly licensed to operate
international air flights so
rntla uor freaguentecht nita 1
systematic service.
'TOA holds a permit issued
Au the rAir Transp rt Li esi g


of non-scheduled passenger,
mail and freight services
within the Bahamasr and
between athe Bahamnas and
points abroad.
IAB has claimed that TOA
recently began an advertising
campaign "which offers
scheduled flights to Brussels
every Tuesday and to other
places on other days."
Further, Mr. Justice G~rahan
noted, IAB licensed to fl\
scheduled service between
Nassau and Luxt nbourg
claimed that because of
advertising of TOA trips to
Brussels every Tuesday
"mnoneys paid the defendant
and its agents to book flights
pur sua nt thereto would
otherwise have been paid to
the plaintiff (IAB) for its duly
licensed scheduled flights to
Lu xembourg from the
Bahamas."
Mr. Just ice Graham made it
c ealr in his judgment, dtehater d
order does not prevent TOA
from flyingeor frombadvertising
"simp iitr," ut only
restrains TOAdfrlom adv rising


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toldto letIc Pr
on wnhJ his
sub-lraiutenant

Moierc \Loc
resist getting
Prince of Wales
T he Princ
Freeport abo;
Navy frigate on
the ship will
public tomior
A~nd F:reepor-t
the dlashrng yo
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It is not kni
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188Clier claims Out island children









IHfeio00, & unaaWrf Of thi8I Culltilfl

By MIKE LOTHIAN
AN OUT island teacher who claims to be working "unofficially"' on a project for the Ministry
of Education has advised the Ministry that out island children are "conditioned" to think of black
men as being inferior, and are ignorant of their own cultural background.


no books In the family island
schools existed about it
although there is evidence oi
it within their own settlement
of C'ockburn 'Town
A~ child was so suprisec
when he saw a plantation wal
and was told what it meant by
his parents," said Mr. Collie
"that he just opened hi!
mou th."


in a letter permanent
secretary Hugh Sands dated
March 9, Rodney J. Collie said,
"please advise the Minister of
Education to have a m-re
realistic approach to education
in an Independent Bahamas
than the one proposed, the
goal is to bu~e the people freed
from slavery, both physical and
mentallL ."
(Where Mr. Collie is quoted
spelling, punctuation ad
grammar ain his )


TrHREE MASKEDn youth
hel a ath nia m tenpders'
while they conducted a futile
search of the plant for money
shortly after I a.mn. Thursday.
The police are looking for
three young mncn who were
dressed in dlark clothes and
wore gloves, whlen they held up
n i gh t-w a tchmIna n Wilfred
Deveaux a Bahamlas Blender
employee for almost ten years.
The three entered the plant's
compound on F~arrington Road
by cutting a hole in the wire
fence on the eastern side of the
premises. It is reported they
tied up the watchman after
forcing himl to open the door

tTi is huil first break-in for
los two years at Bahama
ra nsack ed the office,
emiptying drlawers as they
searchedl the premises. The
p)n en oli <. esbennhedy
the Royal Bank of Canada.
On Monday nght, Mr. Alton
Bowe, a nightwatchman at
Donald D~avis Secondary
School suffered head injuries
when a 17-year-old boy
attacked hini-
A youth has since been
charged and on Thursday
morning was sent to prison by
ttwo juvenile panel for the







A MAG;ISTIRATE, two
politicians and two teachers are
to participate in a panel
discussion tonight on the
question: "Is it justifiable for
juvenile deliqluents to have
criminal records."
T`he Panel discussion to be
held X p,.m. at the Stephen
1)illet P'rimary School on Wolff
Road, is sponsored by the
Inter-de~monlnational C'hriutian
Youth Association. Alfred
Sears. president of' the
association is to moderate the
discussion.
Participating w be
Ma gistrate f Im manuel
Osadebey, leader of the Free
National Movement Kendal
Isaacs elP. MV dgetaNrtioeneael

Socialist Party Lionel Carey,
tecer Jnn~e illt 2inso~n hao
llgiur~y Iligh School teacher


TO END TODAY
THE PR ELI MINAR Y
inquiry into the February 15
Spencer kidnapping in
Freeport was expected to end
late today, a police spokesman
in Freeport said today.
Several witnesses were heard
during morning and afternoon
sessions before Magistrate
Kenneth McAlister on
Thursday, and the hearings
were to continue all today.
By March 16, the last day of
the hearing before Thursday,
12 of the 17 witnesses
expected to testify had given
evPoliceman Spurgeon Dames,
25, and ex-policeman Le~roy
McdLean, 35, face charges of
extotiaon bnu glarya teh itn
to commit a felony, assault
with a deadly instrument and
possion of firearms i
kidnapping of Andrea Spencer,
4V/2, from her parents' home on
Albacore Drive, Lucaya.
Abducted by two armed,
masked men at about 8 p.m
Feb. 15, Andrea was returned
to her parents on the morning
al Feb. li7 a ter otheeisi ore
Ridge area found her
wandering in the bush. She had
freed herself from the bonds
which had held her in a nearby
abandoned church.

TISTIS 108 2


TWO MEN were held up on
a Nassau Street late Wednesday
by a group of youths, one of
whom was armed with a knife,
and robbed of $8.50 and a
chicken dinner.
The incident occurred at
about midnight, when Clyde
Collie and Randolph Knowles
were walking along
Cumberbatch Alley. They were
accosted by six young boys,
who took 57 and a chicken
dinner from Mr. Collie, and
$1.50 from Mr. Knowles.
Police are investigating.

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A SUPREME COURT JUDGE on Wednesday granted an
application by International Air Bahama for an interlocutory
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SINNFEEIN REJECTS PEACE PAN
BELFAST (AP)-The political wing of the Irish Republican Army (IRfA>
Thursdy night rejected as totally inadequate Brtai~n's peace plan for
Northern Inlretn.
It said the movement, which wants Protestant-dominated Northern i
Ireland to come under the rule of the overwhelmingly Roman Catholic
Irish Republic, might use the new electoral machinery the British aim to
set up but, it vowed, elected members would refuse to take seats in the
governing assembly.
The statement came from the D)ublin headquarters of the nationalist
'provioonal' arm of the Sinn Fein --the IRA's political front.
No word of reaction to the London white paper has yet come direct
ftom prvisiona ugtng cn aas nougnt re sevel ofviolence1 or~th rn
document was published.
SINKING SHIP ABANDONED BY CREW IN ATLANTIC
NEW YORK, MARCH 23 (AP)-- A fierce Atlantic storm and
mountainous seas hampered the search Friday for 30 crewmen who
radioed they were abandoning their sinking Norwegian freighter about 135
Ted Ca usr so its lat contact with the foundering Norse Varian
was early Thursday afternoon in the form of three distress messages saying
a hatch had broken open and the men were abandoning ship.
The radio message indicated the vessel wasl southeast of Cape May, New
Jersey, and said she was sinking in 40-foot seas whipped up by
6thmile-n-hour winds.
Snow and sleet continued unabated overnight as three navy vessels, two
Coast G;uard cutters and an ocean-going tug searched along with at least
fiNo tame f the n or their ship was sighted.
CUBAN REFUGEES TO U.S. PROGRAMME TO END?
WASHINGTON (AP)--The State D~epartment said today about 800
Cben mnfuges ass beth rlfatr no thlehUieU estate in at theoHavna
said the refugees wtRl be brought out in 10 flights expected to cover about
two weeks.
Althug Cuba may hitshwila twi tim ailf II ograrnmed Havana rnade
The airlift programme began Dec. 1,1965, for the purpose of reuniting
Cuban families divided between the United States and Cuba.
About 250,000 cubans have come to the United States on the refugee
mightas Atifnrtathe plnes oh e fri m st rl tpor Ib eand bactketwice a
regime to migrate to the United States dwindled the flights have become
irregular.
ELEMENT~OF DOUBT PERSISTS IN WHITING'S DEATH
GILA BEND, ARIZ. (AP)--The inquest into the death of David Whiting
ended on Thunrsdy with a coroner's jury verdict that the business manager
okuBritish actress Sarah Miles died of "poisoning due to an overdose of
B t, continuing to inject an element of doubt which has pervaded the
investigation since Whiting died in Miss Miles' motel room Feb. II, the jury
added: "Whether this overdose was taken intentionally or accidentally has
no betn der fined Also itb hsy robe da a ginadc rhsetnh~er en
The jury delberated nearly an hour after getting an autopsy report from
the Los Angeles county coroner confirming the Maricopal County medical
examie' flmdongthat Whitin diedo an over ose ofmethaqua one.7to
force Miss Miles and actor Burt Reynolds to testify in person. was allowed
to enter an affdavit from San Francisco experts that the amount of drugs
found in her son's body was not lethal. They also said the significance of a
wound on his head had not been etstblished. She had flown his body to
Justice of the peace Mulford Winsor's clerk said the findings completed
his investigation of the case which has kept this tiny desert town in the
news fer weeks*
mu iin el, eaWhboe tey od and ./tsiles were on location for the

BANKS TOLD INCREASE IN RATES 'NOT JUSTIFIED'
WASHINGTON (APMSeven U.S. banks which raised their prime interest
rdinirtsotion conr nontnhat hin y in reae ns t '\ous ied It eh Nixon
The committee does not have authority to order a rollback, although
Peresdpt Nixon has such authority.

At. Ur o5hu Burs ~iacutJt nt~he eak presentatljec g at on th
comselttee that although costs of laterest-sensitive funds to banks had risen
considerably, an increase in the prime lending rate as large as the one-half
percentage point announced by the banks on March 19 was not justified at
this time on the basis of the committee's criteria."
The seven banks, led by Manufacturers Hanover Trust of New York, had
announced an increase in their prime lending rate from 6Y4 to 6%1 per cent.
PARENTS SELL DAUGHTER FOR $30,000
JOLIET, ILL. (AP)- A husband and wife have been charged with con-
spiracy and chlud abandonment In connection with the alleged sale of their
12-year-old daughter for $30,000.
Ronald Johnson, police chief of Bolingbrook, a suburb southwest of
Chicago where the parents live, said F~red Michael Flynn, 43 and his wife,
Rita, had spent all but 230 dollars of the money they allegedly received
I~lnt wenk his aif rerte re rd Tuesday shortly after their arrests on
$10,000 personal recognizance bond set in circuit court.
Johnson I~alld the sal of the girl on Saturday was arranged by Flynn,
a part-time taxi driver, with Harold Miller, 35. Miller was arrested on
charges of conspiracy to participate in child abandonment, Johnson said.
Arrngement wee being completed to return the girl and Miller to IlIInois
authorities,
"I just couldn't believe it," said Johnson about the alleged deal. "Miller
told Flynn he wanted a young girl and they agreed on the 30,000 dollar
price. When we arrested the couple we found they had spent just about all
the money on a new car, bills and new furniture."
Johnson said the girl, Rits, will probably be placd in an Iinois state
institution when she returns.
POWS & FAMILIES FOR WHITE HOUSE GALA DINNER
WASHINGTON (AP}-The President and Mrs. Nixon announced
preliminary plans Thursday to entertain all freed American prisoners of
war and their wives at a gala dinner and entertainment on the White Hous
lawn May 24.
Deputy Pnres Secrtary Geralld L. Warren said the men released from
Vietnam prisons would receive a foreign policy briefing during the
afternoon while Mrs. Nixon holds a reception and. tour of the executive
mansion for their views.
NIKOn will participate in the briefing. Secretary of State William P.
L Ronga and Pnreadential aide Henry A. Kissinger also are expected to be on
Warren said Mrs. Nixon personally was planning the dinner to be held on
the south lawn beneath the Truman balcony. He said the entertainment
prooramme had not yet been arranged.
TROUBLE FLARES UP AROUND PERSIAN GULF
BEIRUT (AP)-Iraq and Kuwaiti troops stood on alert F'riday after
Kuwait reporteddly erected an Iraq proposal to set up a dernilastrized zone
on the disputed border of the two oil wealthy Persian Gulf nations.
As Arab diplomats struggle for the fourth day to solve this crisis, tension
flared in another corner of the Arabian peninsula with Saudi Arable
charging that planes fiom South Yemen shelled a border outpost in the
disputed Wadle oasi.


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UNITED NATIONS (AP)--
A director of the American
Indian Movement (AIM) said
Thursday U.S. federal Indian
police are converging on
Wounded Knee, South Dakota,
in "an effort by Nixon to
escalate and at the same time
to Ind anize his Indian wV non

Bellecourt predicted "an effort
will be made to pull out federal
troops and at the same time
order in Indian police to fight
Indian people. We will have the
same kind of confrontation
you are having in Vietnam"
with the withdrawal thereof
U.S. troo s.
"The situation is very grave
... we are ready to lay down
our lives ... n'ot for ourselves
but for our grandchildren, our
unborn," Bellecourt told a
news conference inside U.N.
headquarters. "We hope sanity
will prevail but we feel the
government instead of sitting
down as decent people ... is
making preparations to crush

Bellecourt said interior
department Indian police from
tribes such as the Navajo "from
several points in this country
are now converging on
Wounded Knee." He said he
did not know the size of the
Indian police force.
Reports from South Dakota
told of Sporadic exchanges of
gunfire Wednesday night
between federal marshals and
Indians at Wounded Knee
dedm dinetrecognition o a
nation,
Bellecourt, an Ojibwa Indian
from Minnesota's White Earth
reservation, accompanied a
delegation of Sioux from
Wounded Knee to the news
conference. They came here to
familiarize foreign diplomats
and journalists with the present
situation of U.S. Indians and
their claim to Independence.


Senate want Rogers TIA) je cIII

BRUSSELS (AP) Leaders of
t~o A ma to the European Common Market
~ op C A an t Thursday took two steps designed
to keep up barriers against imports.
~including those from the United
States that would bolster the value
of~ the dollar.
'cle r up p ict re'Finance ministers, led by Valery
G~iscard D)'Estaing of France, turned
Ow~n a proposal to reduce tariffs
By Barry Schwesd on manufactured goods by 20 per
WASHINGTON (AP)- A special U.S. Senate subcommittee cent for a period of six months.
investigating the International Telephone and Teleg~raph Corp. i;Sca' told reporteneth t gian
suddenly suspended its open hearings Thursday to decide whether which makes U.S. goods chaeper in
to call Secretary or State William P. Rogers, a top CIA official luropelnkes tariff cut would d e
andtoothrs.advantage in European markets.
The foreign relations panel to help the Chilean economy T'he purpose of the proposal was
has been examining allegations Gerrity said ITT wa oh' brings in chapter odand huold
that ITT tried to block the prepared to contribute upwa da wnes pres inorisweteng Eur wa
election of Salvador 4llende as SI million to a housing or common Market executive
President of C'hile by tech nic al a ssis tance commission called the 'alarming*
attempting to bring economic r ram rate of 6 to 7 per cent a year.
p og am, but the The commission itself pr sd
pressure on the country in government never followed uP an increase in minimum orier o0r
1970. on the idea. farm products. These would have
T'he chairman. Sen. Frank Church said he found it the double effect of increasing
Church, (D-Idaho) said he "difficult to believe" that ITI Eurneg production and of raisins
thouht oges, Wllim Boe. ever advocated an assistance tUnited States nd rom the e
who was in charge of programme. w.illiam J. camere. U.s.
clandestine operations in Latin Church sa id the undersecretary of state, told
America for the Central subcommittee would recall rP'e orershdregr dthe prolposal.It
Intelignce geny, Pter Jack Neal, ITT's international minlisters of agriculture from t e
Persen and Viron P. Vaky relations director, who testified common Market countries.
shouldap retiunrepublic "to hfuesdad aou con ersation (ance are that event libythese

Petrso, fomerSeretry with State Department and learovsay the incroae enno tg
of Commerce. is a personal White House officialS. enough.
representative of President Neal told the subcommittee U.S. imports from the Common
Nixon for trade matters. Vaky, referring to the $1,000,000 Market area tin 1972tiexceeded
ambasadr t Cosa Rca, ITT offer, that he "did not World War II. This deficitmplay an
formerly was L~atin American elaborate on the seven figures" important part in the weakness of
adviser to presidential aide when he saw Charles Meyer, the dollar combined with heavy
Henry A. Kissinger, assistant secretary of state for \pending in Europe by U.S.
Church called the other LainAmrianafaisat rs, stthwri test sd sod der a
members of the subcommittee ITT's direction. itself
to a closed meeting to see ITT vice president William IDealing with internal affairs, the
whether they agreed with him R. Merriam in other testimony finance ministers trailed to agree on
and o dcid howto roced. that day, described Neal as the et pne ation fund, desigrnnet ara

Earl erA n Ced AO Edward pormme aimed at Chlb In "ie cutcie lna sigeae% Ir r srv
G;errity, an ITT vice president, sent to Peter G. Peterson, then system like that of the United
testified that the company assistant to President Nixon for st rt( oe telon Apris scedldo
rejected a proposal by Broe economic affairs. It suggested up HQ SITE -
that the CIA and the company the government have Luxembourg, against opposition
jointly bring "economic chaos" Amrcn Frin ad from Britain, was insisting that It
to Chile in order to prevent international banks restrict hadua rigt to ete uds
Allende's election. loans to Chile and also that Pi ers werner, Luxem-
Vaky's name has been efforts be made to "get to hour's Premier and finance
brought up several times as a reliable sources in the Chilean minister, said he thought a final
White House official to whom df "decision could be taken only at a
ITT carried a Sl-million offer. armnd on Wednesday, John J. miitrn tnso rcombo Markelt2 feign
The subcommittee has heard McCone, former head of the Luxembourg. The smallest member
conflicting testimony from ITT CIA and now an ITZT director, of the Common Market,
officials as to the possible use tsiedhath m ad Luxembourg insists on keeping
to which the money was to be offered the $1 mm lon toback e 11eitse important The adqual on
put. any U.S. plan to prevent town of only 77,000,is about200
It was questionable whether Allende's election. kilometeres -125 miles from
the subcommittee culd for detM oneedt t it grs sin an s dnt futve ironm

Peterson to testify. President point it involved a possible The April I deadline was the first
Nixon has indicated he would coalition of political opponents of a series set by the Common
resist similar efforts in another of Allende and at another that Market summit meeting last
investigation October on the path toward a
~the idea was to supply housing, "European Union" by 19810.
Gerrity, in his testimony technical and agricultural Missing it would be a
Thursday, conceded that ITT assistance to Chile. discouragement.
was afraid Chile under Allende Church asked Gerrity ,'Was West German sources said their
would take over its property ,, delegation would support the
this another $1 million ...? candidacy of Luxembourg if they
without compensation. The witness replied: "I don't could get a promise of information
But, in saying the chaos know." on the doings of West German
suggestion was rejected. banks there.


The United States first
agtreedl to the plan, proposed
by North Vietnami and the ~ict
C'ong. But later, on orders from
Washington, the Americans
reversed themselves.
A U.S. spokesman said the
United States "needed
national time to move US
troops out in an orderly
fashion." The speedup-
-pullout initially agreed to
represented the opinion of the
Ui.S. command ini Saigon that
the troops could move out farst
enough, he added, but word
from Washington changed that
aIssessment. .
im final U.S. troop withdrawals,
including demands for a list of
nine Americans captured in
Loaos and the date and place
theyv will be released,
'Thc UI.S. delegation also
proposed that the first group
of remaining POs se release
Sundlay instead of Saturday,
;Ind that the turnover be
completed Wednesday instead
of Sunday.
It said it would not begin
Ilie wildaa f th s r m in
until the first group of POWs is
trarnsferredl to U.S. custody.
U;.S. officials indicated that
Walshington changed signals at
least partly because of second
thoughts about the American
prisonerls captured in Laos. The
U.S. command lists seven
Amelrican servicemen and two
American civilians captured
there.


A North Vietnamese
spokesman saidhis government
was still ready to hand over
this weekend the 138 POWs
captured in North and South
Vietnam if the Unitedf States
withdrew the rest of its troops
from South Vietnan by
Sunday.
Brig. Gen. John A2. Wickham
Jr., the deputy chlie~f of the
U.S. delegattiotn. repeated
Washington's refusal to resume
troop withdtrawals until North
Vietnam provides a list of the
nine A~mericans captured in
Laos and official information
on when ani where they will

he Tn the spokesman for
the Hianoi dlelegation, said the
United States in effect had
delae L rla o h
ptysedhthed istl Vniena hi
linking the qluestion ~f
American prisoners in Laos to
the withdrawal of American
troo s fromt South Vietnam
The North Vietlnamecse isndi
Viet Cong called the alterect
U.S. position "illegal" anet
refused to handt over tle
remaining POWs in Vietnani

anow from th Ul.S p piate
The 138 prisoners hadl been
schedislcl tfolr released int two
grp S aluda ant Sunt ay in
Hanoi in exchange for an 1
acceleratedl U.S. troop PullOlut
that would have putl Amenric;n
Sources out of Vietnami by
Sunday, three dlays ahead of
the deadline in, thet Pa;ris
cease-fire accord.


Gerrity told the committee:
"It would be self-defeating to
induce chaos down there:
Instead, G~errity told
skeptical senators, ITT tried to
persuade the State D~e artment
and the White House to
"gather a group of companies
to affirm our confidence and

SUENTS AND POLICE
CA IN PARIS
PARIS (AP)-Tens of thousands
of students clashed with police in
the streets of Paris on Thursday
during a demonstration against new
military service regulations which
would end the students' draft
deferment.
I'olice used tear gas grenades to
disperse the stone-throwing
demonstrators who tried to march
mn estr I eeso Minsry Sim
by secondary school students were
reported In major cities throughout
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Friday, March 23, 1973.


EDITORIAL

Allve Egntereeh'gg



By ETIENNE DUPUCH

WHEN PRIME MINISTER Pindling announced that the Hon.
Arthur Hanna, Minister of Home Affairs, and the Hon. Carlton
Francis, Minister of Finance, had resigned these posts many
people thought that perhaps the Government had at long last
awakened to the gravity of the situation in the Bahamas and that
perhaps steps would now be taken in an effort to repair the
damm ati dnp ol ies rcm Mr tHneacolony by the harsh
Even I dared to hope that this was possible.

This news did not come as a surprise to anyone.
The possibility had been talked about openly for some time. It
must have been expected in England too because a friend of mine
in london, who is close to the heart of things there, wrote and
asked me to let him kntow if -- when this happened.
Mr. Hanna struck such a discordant note at the independence
conf rnrcei Msoedont at hea government at Westminste was

fact that, prior to the conference, Mr. Hanna had said he didn't
care what kind of constitution was written in England. The
Government had the power and they would change it if they
wi shed
This is why they went to such great lengths at this conference
to throw safeguards around the constitution.
Under the proposed constitution the FNM needed ten votes to
hodS tehrne rle toneihgh o trightuand twothrei adipt o
the Elections Court. They could have easily picked up a tenth
because I am told that the second seat in dispute (Abaco) would
have been easier to win than the Inng Island seat on which they
won a decision of the court.
But the candidate in the second seat resigned from the party
and refused to have anything more to do with politics. I can
understand how he feels. I know his reasons for withdrawing
from politics. But it is unfortunate .... that's all .... because this
seat was so vital to providing some kind of security in the colony.
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their interests pay th~e price fo~r th~ii ~clcossl forlly.

What Mr. Hanna did rro immigration was a subtle fnlrmi of
Amnlrisml in Uga~nda~.
Amin miay tgt away wcith hiis o~utrageo~u\ behavioulr because 80
percent of' the peopicl in hris couunr l live in sub-standcardl
conditions oni their o~wn land anid they\ are noct affected by what

goe sas im Kmiab ding the people what thiey want. The penj 'le
in Uglanda don't knlow what thecy w'ant because 80 prcecnr o, f th
population don't knoiw what is going, on .... and. if Ithe\ did,. it
wouldn't affect theml anyway' beqpiuse they live inl mud. and1~
cow-diung huts anid live on what thle land p~roduces by the swcat
of their own bro~w.
I suppose it co(uld just as well be said that in the Bahlamla a
majority o~f the peopl17e really don't know whalt is going gn.
But they will learn in timc bccause the entire population in thle
islands .... thle mosti~ distant an1d the poorest hamlet .... finally
deped a lo mirluecesc in thc outside worldl tor sur\rival.
Itsal\veIry clnte llest .. and timle will tell.


held by the four Ministers concerned .... the Prime Minister, the
Minister of Finance, the Minister of Development and the Hon.
Anthony Roberts, the new Minister of Ho~me Affairs.
This announcement showed that in fact veryi little had been
taken from Mr. Hanna and, with the acquisition of Finance, he
may be in a stronger position than ever in the Govemnment.
Only Mr. Francis had been demoted and Mr. Roberts had been
handed adaomst meaning m hrteo ae the powers now held by Mr.
Hanna, Mr. Francis and Mr. Roberts.


."NASSAU'S


leader of the House


MR HANNA:
The Honourable
Arthur D). Hanna, M.P.,
Deputy Prime Minister
and Minister of Finance


Public Personnel
Public Service Tramm8 g
Office Accommodation
Ognization and Methods

Pensions and Gratuities
Government Finance, Ministry of Fin

Re ned sdom De atment
Budgetary Control Treasury Dep
Establishment of the
Dveloplmen Bank ankd

Relations with the Bahamas
Monetary Authority
Post Office Savings Bank
Banks, Trusts, Mt~tual Funds
anodmSe rities
Insurance (excluding National

Lotteries and Gaming
Relations with the Racing
Commission
Consumer Protection
Monopolies

Hr ces ad Rnts
Wie sn and Masur d
Businesses including
Licensing in the Port Area
of Grand Bahama


A 11IOUG;HT FOR TODAYY
Both pm tlies (cinin to do their be~st
To damin the ~ubhln miterest.


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crackdown onl hlarthugl ftoo inl
Jamaica is being~ carrnd o~ut by the


mi inerder stublishtt idi the the
protection w'ill\ a) Iilues. said a
food shortage existed
im < te r, t< use Fd~ trer
wholesale deale~rs andIl rT nIersT Were
pe enedheircnp kcpn c sijain
shops without m kingi them
generally available to the public.


within seven das). a list of all such
goods now in their possession. d
car se ftoad
powder, chicken, Anlur, fat back
pork, fish, cannerd herringsF. infant
food. canned mackerel. pickled
mackerel, tinned milk, gungoi pens,
picakned p >rkn tits, rice red ki ley

An pern te Tail false list, will be guilty of an
offense, punishable bi fine not
us ued nge ng00 At the same time, the minister
will authorize certain persons, such
a rice in pc ors. a enter a such
stored goods.


Promotion and Development
of Business, Trade and Industry

Industrial Encouirtagement

Relations with the Bahamas
Development Corporation
Economic Planning
Marketing
Petroleum, Fuel Oils and
Petro-chemicals
Mining and Manufacturing
Urban and Island Planning

urw ns Cnodm ng Frsests
Acquisition and Disposition of Lands
Land and Geological Surveys
Land Use
Agriculture
Fisheries
Co-operatives
Wild Animals and Birds
Protection
Plant Protection
Veterinary Services

PbI Mar ttsand
Slaughterhouses
Natural History Specimens
National Trust
Andros Reef and Blue Holes


MR. FRANCIS:

The Honourable
Carlton E. Francis, M.P.

Minister of Development


SIt was after the London conference that Capt. Leonard
Thoinpson made his decision. He went to inndon to try and help
hisisiand people.
O3n his way back to Nassau he stopped off in Florida where he
owns a home. He phoned me.
"Sir Etienne," he said, "I'm through with politics. I am just an
Ordinary Out Island boy. I know right from wrong. That's all I
know. That's all any honest man needs to know. I don't
understand the treachery and chiselling that goes on in politics
and I want no part in it.
He then told me what had happened to him in london. People
he looked up to, trusted and depended on walked out on him.
I understood how he felt because I had lived with this kind of
experience all my life. It was for this same reason that I told the
Bahamian people in advance of the September election that this
would be my last fight .... the last sacrifice I would make in trying
to bring light to their minds.

Did the resignations of Mr. Hanna and Mr. Francis really mean
anything?
Every day at 1 p.m. my wife goes to the office to phone me
and I talk to my daughter at the same time. She briefs me on the

neWhen she told me about these resignations I immediately sent a
telegram to my London contact.
A few days later he wrote to thank me for the information. He
said he had phoned it through to the appropriate places. He told
me the names of the people he had contacted but I don't feel free
to put this information in print.
Anyway, I got the impression that Mr. Hanna's behaviour in
Imridon must have caused concern and that it had been the
subject of private discussion with the "appropriate" parties.
**********
Whether by accident or deliberate design this situation was
handled by stages, as though the Government was playing for
effect.
Whatever the purpose, it was cleverly done. But if it doesn't
really work out as outside sources hoped and believed at the time
.... the reaction could be disastrous.
The first announcement came out early in the day. The news
was carried by newspapers, TV and radio.
And then later in the evening the second announcement came
out that Mr. Hanna had been appointed to the delicate post of
Minister of Finance, while Mr. Francis had been allowed to keep
the portfolio of Minister of Development which had been part of
Finance.
This did not look hopeful. But Mr. Pindling eased the doubts
this situation might have caused by erecting a new Ministry of
Economics, thus apparently placing him as a watchdog over both
Mr. Hanna and Mr. Francis.
*++********
This eased the situation a bit.
The questions then arose: Would Mr. Pindling bring a more
rational policy to immigration and would he have the strength to
sit astride Mr. Hanna and Mr. Francis should the occasion arise?
These questions have remained unanswered up to the present
time because Mr. Pindling has been away in Washington
conducting high level negotiations and so he has not had time to
get his teeth into things.
Certainly .... at the time of writing this nothing has changed in
Immigration. But I realize that he needs time to sort things out.
***+*** **
The Government succeeded in selling a "bill of goods" to The
Miami HerMd with the second announcement.
They wrote an editorial in which they saw Mr. Pindling as the
star of hope .... a strong man sitting astride the destiny of the
Bahamas with the power and the will to change the course of
events.
After the first and second announcements had had the desired
effect, the Government revealed for the first time the portfolios


MR. ROBERTS Prerogative of Mercy

e.F. nhon eRoberts, M.P. Flags and Coats of Amils
Minister of Home Affairs Cinemas and Films
Prisons
Parliamentary Registration and
Elections
Local Government Administration
Justices of the Peace
Reitrationm ofDeeds

Registration of Commission Merchants
Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks

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in epednc the eak zse tht ten @oy' ec nmy rsi deica:
health and that the colony can't survive without help from
landon and Washington ... unless, of course, he wants to tumn to
China or Russia.
If Inndon and Washington could be placated he might be able
to pull the country through this difficult period.
***********
It is clear that Washington has swallowed the bait .... hook, line
and sinker.
A loan of $11 million which had been refused by the
Import-Export Bank has now been cleared. In addition a free gift
of $10 million has been handed out for agricultural experiments
at Andros.
This news cheered my London contact. He wrote immediately
to say that certainly Washington must have attached strings to
this money.
I wrote back and asked him what strings could be attached to
anything when dealing with a Government that does not respect
contracts .... such as the Hawksbill Creek Agreement. I asked him
to tell me what good all the billions of dollars America had freely
given to troublesome parts of the world had done for
freedom-loving countries. I pointed out that America was the
most generous country in recorded history but that it was the
most hated country in the world.
+*********
The only thing that matters in human relations is performance
.... and I am waiting to see what kind of performance if any -
the new Cabinet structure will bring to Govemnment in the
Bahamas.
+**********
I ran into a highly placed member of the Opposition in the
airport in Miami a few days ago.
I asked him to give me an honest briefing on the present
political situations in the colony.
He told me that a bitter struggle for power was going on
behind the scenes between Mr. Pindling and Mr. Hanna.
He said that a majority of the people in the country looked to
Mr. Pindling for leadership but Mr. Hanna wielded great power
among the parliamentary members because he was doing what
they wanted done for themselves.
He said that if Mr. Pindlingf wins there is a chance. If Mr. Hlanna
wins he will be able to rule only as a heavy-handed dictator.
I interpret this to mean that, by squeezing foreigners out of the
country they and their friends were able to get control of
businesses and buy houses, all at sacrifice prices .... while the poor
working people who are depending on Mr. Pindlinlg to protect


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(M)--Fed~eraH ree orb assoc 8:
the deaths of 15 persons in this
country with the e; ternal use
of germ-soutions containing
hexach~lorophone.
The alntibacterial cleansing
agent in most cases was
Phisohex, manufactured by
Winthrop Laboratories and
containing 3 per cent
hexachlorophene (HCP),
according to Food and Drug


In announcing the ban, the
FDA cited the deaths of 39
French infants and a university
study correlating frequent
bathings with lII(P solutions
and brain lesions In premature
infants. But the agency did not
tell newsmen of HC(P's
association with the IS U.S.
deaths even though it was
aware otf Ithem
Asked why', an agency
spokesman said the Fren~ch and
university reports formed "the
important data '
"Our action was fully

decveloped," he said
The F:DA records do not list
If' ho cus edf the IS dela s
and 1971. Instead, they are
reported in a September, 1972
i-DA summary under a
category entitled: "Fatal
reactions associated with
topical uISe" of HCP.
Thei fDlA summary also lists
several n< -atalsroea tionsw an

accidental swallowing of
products containing HCP.
Ma3ny of the 15 deaths under
the topical use category
occurred during a period when
Winthrop Laboratories was not
reporting any adverse reactions
to the product to the FDA.
NOT PHISOHEX
An official of Sterling Drug,
Inc., which owns Winthrop
Laboratories, said in a
telephone interview that the
deaths noted the FDA report
"are not Phisohex deaths."


"Just because someone
happens to be bathing widi
hexachlorophene at the time
he dies doesn't mean he dies
from hexachlorophene," said
Dr. Monroe Trout, Sterling's
medical director.
The FDA records on fatal
reactions associated with H'P
cite instances in hospitals on
the use of Phisohex on burns
and in enemas and vaginal
packs. The dead included both
adults and children.

apakingH its stonges ateon


of baby powder accidentally
containing 6 per cent lI~iP,
double the intended dose.
fEarlier, in December 1971.
the F:DA sent a drug bulletin to
600,000 doctors and other
health professionals, warning
them to discontinue use of
products such as Phisobex in
ru ine bathing of infants and

The bulletin cited studies by
Winthrop which showed that
monkeys bathed in a 3 per cent
IICP solution for 60 days had
developed brain lesions.
In January, 1972, the FDA
announced in a press release
that all skin cleansing products
containing more than .75 per
cent HCP would be restricted
to prescription use-
The release made no
mention of the deaths, and
FDA spokesman Donald A.
Berreth said the agency didn't
have the death records at the
time .
Ten deaths associated with
the antibacterial chemical were
reported by Winthrop in
January 1972, he said, and
others came to light around
that time as a result of FDA
research.
The Associated Press asked
the FDA for records on the 15
U.S. deaths more than a month
ago but was denied access to
them until they were obtained
through other sources.


Administration records
The manufacturer denied
any link between the deaths
and the use of Phisohex
HCP, once widely used in
popular deodorant products
sold over the counter, was
banned from all but
prescription products in
September.


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MR. 'MERVIN R. Lim,
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Streets branch of the Bank of
Montreal has been selected by
the Bahamas Monetary
Authority to represent the
Bahamas at the 26th
International Banking Summer
x d.o in Christ Church,
This year the school returns
to its traditional home for the
first time since 1970. The
objectives of the I.B.S.S.,
which has been held in 18
different countries in the last
25 years, is to bring together
bank executives of high
potential from different
countries. By doing so they
continue to promote the study
of major developments in
banking as well as developing
closer personal relationships
and understanding.
Mervin Lim has been with
the Bank of Montreal since its
opening here and prior to that
he spent five and a half years
with the Bank of London and
Montreal. The Lims have four
children who are presently
attending Queens College in
Nassau.
Following the two-week
study at the Summer School,
Mr. Lim's wife, Iris Thelma,
will be joining him and they
are looking forward to their
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,'STII NG su for the
first meeting of the
shareholders of Me ct r
investment Limited amrca r
Ray J. Payne and Mr. Richard
H. J. Oliver, representing the
c om pany 's controlling
shareholders, Wm. Brandt's
Sons & Company Ltd.
Although Brandt's is one of
the oldest merchant banks, it is
alive to new opportunities
anywhere in the world, a
spokesman said. It has close
links with Africa, Asia and the
Middle East through its parent
company, National &
Grindlays Bank, and it has
been active in the financing of


shareholding at has in Mercator
means that Brandt's will
deeae Las i .ret in another
The other shareholders of
Mercator are Mr. Peter M.
Leslie and Mr. Richard S.
Weinert of New York, who
were also in Nassau for the
company's meetings-
In the meetings held in
Nasah holuesdaoso iercato '
expand its resources and
activities. This was announced
at a reception held yesterday at
the East Hill Club, when Mr.
Edward Bell was introduced to
the local banking community
as Mercator's President. Mr.
Bell is a resident of Nassau
with many years' experience in
Latin American investment


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Bring your family to a special exhibit of the classic Walt Disney characters,
this weekend, March 24 and 25, at the Kiwanis Fair in Nassau.
The exhibit features puppet-like replicas of many of the characters in
the popular Mickey Mouse Revue at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
It is brought to you by Eastern, the Official Airline of Walt Disney World.
Then, later this year, let us take you to visit Walt Disney World. All of it.
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Slp desd drew trumps, C d
doubled and made'
furi arguments we ount
Eventually it was decided to
give the same cards to a group
of experts. Their bidding was:
N E S W
SH (a) 2 C(b) 2 D pass
3 H(c) 4 C(d) pass (e) pass
4 D (f) pass S D (g) all pass
(a) Not enough outside
strength for a 2l-bid
(b) No point in shutting
partner out at this stage
(c) Now I can show my length
and strength in Hearts
(d) Partner has nothing, but I'll
make one more try
(e) Partnrer can place me with
some strength, as I was able to
bid over an intervening bid; I'll
give him the option of
doub li ng, support ting
Diamonds, or continuing

(f) It won't cost anything to


THAT is a question which
many average players ask
themselves now and asain,
Pc, it is po ile to lok a
the expert in actiorG to
measure his performance
against that of lesser players*
and to see where he scores.
You may say that this method
presupposes that an expert can
be distinguished by the results
hedfecl rig t. Te exetis a
consistent winner, in any
company, with any cards, with
any partner, and in any type of
at pih be as well to clear
some misconceptions out of
the way first, and to eliminate
those attributes which do not
necessarily make a player
an expert. Among those, I
would include: (a) a deep
knowledge of the theory of the
.... anudentnding of the
inrc cies of that complex
group of plays known as
'end-game', including squeezes
and coups.
(c) the ability to play every
modern system.
(d) a wide background of

(e) nli 'o cth u hodox,
(f) an acquaintance with
playing devices, such as signals*
discarding conventions,
opening lead conventions, and
so on.
Some experts ~might weH
have all those attributes, but it
is not that which makes them
experts, because there are
many clever fools in the
card-rooms of the world,
parading their knowledge, and
at the same time failing to
capitalise on it. They would
claim that the reason they lose
so often is that they are
constantly surrounded by
lessrer players, but the fault,
dear Brutus, lies elsewhen
My list of qualities which
the expert undoubtedly
possesses would go something
like this:
(a) sound judgment, something
which cannot be taught or
learnt.
(b) the willingness to temper
the wind to the shorn lamb; in
other words, to make
allowances for the known
failings of both partner and
opponents.
(c) the abiity to count up to
13, and remember what has
been counted.
(d) some working knowledge
of human relations and
practical psychology. If you
put my list alongside the list
given earlier, and found a
p aye rodhad the lot, you'd
Now we can look at a
common enough type of hand,
and see first how average
players handled it, then watch
thre experts at work.
At Game to North-South,


North dealt the following
hand:


bid 4D now; partner will know
I've got some features which
would be useful la a Diamond

(g) Paer's Hearts should take
care of most of my losers.
West led his singleton Club.
East won with the Queen, then
took stock. The ideal strategy
was to kill the Heart suit in
dummy by attacking the
entries prematurely. It was just
by attacking the entries
prematurely. It was just
possible that South had a void
in Hearts, so a Spade would be
slightly better. He returned the
Queen of Spades. South
carefully won in his own hand,
and led the King of Diamonds.
West won with the Ace, and
co-operated by leading another
Spade to dummy's Ace. If
indeed South did have a Heart
void, he would now be mn deeP
trouble. But Soutth clH dsdthe
make the rest of the tricks.


After the hand, East pointed
out that a Club return would
not have helped, Ance West

a yd at t epnee ofm Msn
Ace. Nor would a Heart return
have helped, since South could
cope with a Spade lead after
the Ace of Diamond was
knocked out, by doing what he
had already done taking it in
his own hand to preserve the
vital entry to dummy. Thus
reasoned the experts ina
detached, benign way, giving
by far the best object lesson
the ruffled group of palookas
could have had.
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This was Rubber Bridge, and
the combatants were rough and
ready players using rough and
ready methods.
The bidding went like this:
N E S W
2H 3Cdble pass

aN rh pan using the old
yardstickoof "8pla bn .ta ks
days, it is generally recognized
that to qualify for such an
opening, a hand must have
power as well as a large number
of cards in one suit. But,
North added his Ace of Spades
to hsh owaen Heats anmdt tsa

good-looking Club suit, and
was pleasantly surprised when
it turned out that he was goins
to be allowed to play in 3
Clubs doubled.
There is, of course, nothing
wrong with the bid of 3 Clubs.
In fact, if North had a genuine
2 Heart opener, a bid of 4 or
even 5 Clubs might yield a
good result, by deflecting
North-South from their
rightful heritage. It is South's
double which was the product
of muddled thinking. South's
reasoning, if it can be called
that, went along these lines:
"My partner has announced a
powerful hand; I have only one
card in that suit, therefore I
can't support him, and what
more, I can ruff Hearts. My
Diamond suit, and the King of
Spades, will also bring in tricks
in defence, so why am I
sticking my neck out in
bidding, when I can take at
least 500 off them?"
He led his singleton Heart.
North played the Ace, King
and Queen of Hearts, but East,
instead of ruffing, discarded
the Jack of Spades. A fourth
Heart followed, and East
dropped the Queen of Spades,
the elated South meanwhile
signalling violently with the
King and Queen of Diamonds.
The defence had taken the first
four tricks. North, however,
1ptaue in t ccde f Hers
might not be in time to take a
Spade trick; South's Diamonds
could come later. But all this
joyous expectation was thrown
into disarray when East
gratefully ruffed the Ace of


EASTER-eggs, new outfits,
paintings, and bunnies all
will be seen at the Tiki Village,
Nassau Beach Hotel, on Friday,
March 30, at 7:30 p.m.
Hosted by the Family Life
Committee of the Bahamas
Mental Health Association, an
Easter Parade of Family
Fashions, will be headed by a
parade of toddler Easter
Bunnies.
During the evening there will
be an auction of children's art,
drawn by children from all
over Nassau.
Tickets for this event can be
obtained from Family Life
committee members or at the
door,



tril 10 5. B~la llS
ABOUT 40 seventh and
eighth graders from the H. O.
Nash Junior High School in
Nassau are taking a three-day
educational trip to Grand
Bahama April 12-14.
A spokesman said the
students would be exchanging
photographs and tape
recordings of daily school life
with the Grand Bahama School
students at McLeans, Grand
Baha, ad will als b
tourng reort anso the
They are leaving Nassau 8
a.m. April 12 and returning
7:30 p.m. April 14, o
Flamingo Airlines. Flamin o
has donated the air fares to the
project.
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DEAR ABBY: I live 350 miles from my young sister
who is 13. She wrote and told me she is being bothered by
a "funny uncle." 'Ilis same uncle tried the same thing
with me and my two older sisters when we lved at home.
My parents knew about it at the time, but they never
seemed to care or thinkt it was very serious. Anyway, this
uncle is still allowed in our house.
I wrote to my sister and told her to tell a school
counselor, a minister or a policeman about what's going on,
but she says she feels so ashamed and guilty. I wish I
could make her understand that it's not HER fault, and
that there is no reason for her to feel guilty.
I feel so helpless and frustrated. Is there anything I
can do from here? BIG SISTER
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DEAR ASBBY: My little brother is in the 5th grade
and he can't read a 1st grade primer. He can't do his
homework because he can't read the instructions.
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bargh, Pa. 15201. Perhaps they can guide you. Good luck.
DEAR ABBY: "Plain Talker" was all for leaving
youngsters out of adult affairs, such as weddings. Then
someone wrote in to submit that children should be includ-
ed as it is that kind of togetherness that holds the family
together.
I have directed many church weddings and I'm with
"Plain Talker." In the first place, most children do not want
to get dressed up to go. They would rather stay home and
play
When they floally do get to the church, they seldom
watch what is going on at the ceremony. They are too busy
sliding up and down the pows, or changing from on e sat
to another, or writing in the hymnals.
Then when they get to the reception, they really let
loose. They nrn around and play tag, bumping into people
who are carrying their coffee or punch. Or they run umud
la other parts of the church or hall or wherever the recep-
tion may be. And do they ever eat up the peanuts and
candy on the buffet table? They sure do.
Sign me .. ANOTHER PLAIN TAIXER


I


Have 00 #98?...
the COUnt 18 hef9


SOUTH OF BARCLAYS BANK

OPENING OUR NEW PREMISES
WITH A SALE ON


MNSIZ OLES TE A
28 40 HALF PRICED AT0

IE' HE 100 '5Q


plus
Dancing to the rhythm of

TONY SEYMOUR

and the Night heaters


F M h 23 1973


I


n uu....r..


sidewalk cafe, and bookstalls,
to be opened at a later date.
Lafayette is also the largest
dprtment hst ree ent the
initially half a million dollars
and covers 15,000 square feet
of prime real estate.
Lafayette is an emporium in
the French tradition, imposing
its special Parisian flair among
the other shops in the
International Bazaar which
opened here five years ago.
The above photograph taken
by Fred Maura shows the
Contientnal Pavmon m
Freeport 's International
'aar which includes the
L faettandDe art ezt St
Cafe.
Lafayette contains t we
floors and a dummy attic, a
balcony and numerous arched
coondes surround the
Tourists and Freeporters
iak srllo the inidewalekd
p amsh st ppln oe imually to
paTln Continenta eP vli nd i
Vosges in Paris. It is an
investment of the SCOA group
of cmpanies, headquartered in


FREEPORT: There was
always a little something of
Paris in Freeport's
Ite ntional Baezaa ob e the
Pavilion and the opening of
Lafayette Department Store,
March 7, brings the gaiety and
chic of Paris to Freeport.
Lafayette is the prime of the
Continental Pavilion which
includes Le rendez-vous


. .. IT ALL ADDS UP


your reus~rabl hut unwanted


items of


clothing, tools,

appliances, clocks,

fans, etc. .. Clear out


your closets, garage, storeroom
all can be of help


to someone else.
Donate them to


No.1 Bay Street


TONIGHT
with his all-Bahamian revue
Fire dancer Limbo dancer Plus
the Count's own rhymes'
Naughty & Otherwise


MISS LISA Maria Foulkes,
11, has entered the Miss
Queen's College Beauty
Contest, to be held on March
31, as "Miss Poinciana".
Miss Foulkes, who weighs
80 *,s ha br *,hbiran
either a teacher or a movie
star.
The beauty contest will be
held in the Polaris Room of
Holiay nnPardise Island
So far there are 13
youthful contestants.


Shet Grtibuneo


. Geman Fo

* Great Service


Motlfrn PariS COMIS 10


Fr80poft Shoppers


ROSETTA ST REET
TWO DOORS WEST OF
MONTROSE AVE


Miss oc













Qlht QZr~bttxu


_ ~Friday, Marcht 23, 1973.


I


SECTION


- r 7


C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C9224
ONE 24 FOOT Ultra Boat less
than one year old like new -
fully equipped and many
extras, cost $10,000.00 asking
$8,000.00. Can be seen any
tirne one 16foo Fagship sea

and sk -- lesH than once stear

ol ih a5 mPeet stao



ptteehones 4-1429 Day 2225.


C9242


serios llenpss heritn hdua f
trasacing any busing A50 Ni
business mattersa ness 2

fowre to er A

C9251

iNOTIC ishereubyi givden that
Avenue Wlest, Nasau Bhamas d
iams applying to te Govbernorfo
nturaizaction and thatess any

fo a roll to ouir. son
ritt acin to do tewstmen wl
Ge puty ued


C9227


I I -


I --


I


C9250
BARCLA YS BAN K


rqu /esB Lxeine o al
clerhk/ty .Etand to rd clerk

peuas alcea 352-8a89min n



icEXCORPORATION


TL, Perm Crmo ogr p
desired. Bahamnians apply to

Surse Hi~gh a ,a Feporet, P
O. Box F-2430, Tel: 352-8171.


TRADE SERVICES
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.


C7243
EXPERIENCED ROOFING
FOREMAN AND ROOFERS
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.
PHONE FREEPORT
352-5007, G.B.C. ROOFING
CO.

M 6T1RE D'HOTEL re uired

Iuly5 quar md totkeM targ
coffee-sh p, room serv ce,





ORIVuEt INN oy & Paint"o

weeds ex eric io MEMmulANIC

weohicion may Ctpype f oo


C7265

quoeds2 c wompn requireste
forits Compainye oper atin

fork rednt and tyesourists i
veils alFreeport, rn aaa h
candidate soul hatevie ha




C7247

vacandcy or an Foqurk-ith
fOerits or/Wareus Keper.tn

Muast b0 ea experienced in liuo
3Fiitrv I mentin call reeor

JAIO R/POsRaTERT wash
andt scru flors, isaclea rto
Freoom tc, alamso oasit

MAIHNTENAC METCHANIC-a
To services an mak-intai
equipment, Waet..At eas teepr
yeaes eceexprerienced and good

Highway, Frteepo G.B., P. eO.
Box -731 975.
C7268

lAdiRCNDIINN and ulaig
refigTeratio MECHANIC,
must hver torougs knowedge
oef Ieces Machines. Ol lfe
persons need apply to
BAppineR Servic Ltd.,'
telehon, re 352-643.B. .O
C7271
NIGHT'N DAY TV SERV.
LTD. heas oitons avaiAlabi
for: vetoouhkoweg
Qulf ied TVhies andy Ruadio
Techniian.e Applican mutd
have iontnve training i




For. bot positions, degrbee s

from ican recogiedTchnicals
hAppl intev writing wit
appropr eviat oumnion. to:r 80

CL2 EANRJNTR Only

claning bathrom and oilet
(4)ncin JANITORS t us Apcat
will e responsle farors gaene
clanin whichs include the -20

clemang reof tilets aendficel
bntiuildins. Applicatsshu
Stsy tiexpected t work

GOLF ANR/JNTO MECHANIC
aplcntexpo ae peon red in
dgnea ma qten ceand wor ir
claren spcalizedsan ectriclly

riac tsmotorS vhehpicsbO
exeinewill be cepnil considered.
C.P.A.i whith Lancde Saes
experiences in onesoliatin offc
buidgeing an Apiadministrton.


Sucessful manace and dae is


expected to produce good

eCONTN q I dviua

experience to produce financial
statements. General ledger
maintained on computer, some
familiarity with computer
input and output. Applicant is
rf rcst andp crt i Ictsoo
qualifications.
ACCOUNT ANT
caddRte 0il be exS ee to
actively supervise accounts
payable, payroll, cashbook. A
good practical acco ntnt wit
ref ere nces along with
certificate of qualification Is
expected.
Apply to: Devco Personnel,


C24
Te Board of Tu rees at nF

Tan Lbraran. Mud ha e




8hul N e LIASN OFFICER to: T


aaul ss ofr soa s tlio ad
liaise with various U.S. Banks
es Ia lines ofmac eitansdupd
with other similar matters.
Would prefer college or
university graduate majoring in
International Banking but
would also consider applicants
with approximately five years
experience with International
Financial Organization three
years of which should be at
senior level. Please send resume
toPersonel k partrnenot, Te
Limited, P. O. Box rN-3229
Nassau.
C9212
Esso Standard Oil S. A-

Lie d h v cncy forus a

have a University Degree in
Mechanical or Civil
Engineering, preferably with at
least three years practical
*4 "gg*'est ats m"", be
Energetic, keen men willing t
rnak aicareer wniths sso shtohid

qualifications to the Manager,
P. O. Box N-3237, Nassau, N.
P., Bahamas. As there may b
Bahamians now working
overseas who would be
interested in returning home to
fill such a position Esso would
app eia"t.'nthis being brought


MUSICIANS WANTED
Pianist and Guitarist. Must be
able to sing. Interview daily
1:00 p.m. Flagler Inn.
C9216
WANTED Pilot to train for
E18 Twin Beech aircraft. Must
have commercial, multi-engine
and instrument ratings. Ideally
400 hours total time required,
preferably with 25 hours tall
wheel. Bahamians only need
apply to Ervin Knowles
Construction Co. Ltd., P. O.
Box N7772, Nassau.
C 9255
THE MEDICAL CENTRE at
LYFORD CAY N.P. requires
the whole-time services of fully
qualified and experienced
Mppdi ali wiPr ct tnersa
personal interview on request
byte BCha rm of deE.o P

Telephone 7-4 476,Nsa.
C9245
REGUIRED: Civil Engineer to
work at Cape Eleuthera for
Engineering Consulting Firm.
Applicant must hold a B.Sc. in
Civil Engineering with at least
5 years experience. He will be
required to oversee
devel pmentwitandngin res

design. Please send resumes to
P. O. Box N-7782 or telephone
2-4596.


CONTC L MN l NDER
OR JACK CASH
PH20N : 2 3377958 2-3796
Airport 77434
C8941
PATIO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS AWNINGS
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd..
For free estimates and
prompt service calI 2-8421.


C8942
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished-
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9176
AVAILABLE April 1st
airconditioned, fully furnished
rc V3 uto apart et
3-1329.


OE rXTRA large ro a

eta r ret Wi e ber

Iprmet d ith hag lvn
Aairco endtioed one 54631 e
Avnebetween 8hre aa. n 5pd.


airconditioned. house. Phone


21731 day. 41584 nite.
C9184
BASICALLY FURNISHED 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned) 1 bath,
kitchen, living and dining area,
washing machine. Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.

C9185
BASICALLY FURNISHED 1
bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen,

MnroseanAvenue diTelep onen
9127022-5 and 2-3865.

FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.
C9230
LAR GE S TO RE in
PALM AI E.dMy ebe rented as

stores. Ample parking.
Telephone 23819.
C9236
CITY WAREHOUSE approx.
30 x 60. Attractive monthly
rental. Call Leslie Fox at
28012 31295. No lease
required.

E9 OtIENCY APARTMENT,
also, one furnished room in
respectable home, business
women preferred. Phone
44
C9030
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
furnished, on Eastern Road'
opposite Blackbeard's Tower.
Beautiful beach and gardens.
Occupancy May 1st through
December 31st. Married couple
only, wife unemployed. Low
rent for consideration of
supervision of premises. Phone
4-1476.


H


LAHAMAl

HELP WANTED 1
C72I
QU LIFIED MALE
BEAUTICIAN REQUIRED.

BOX F-10 AUREE TPTOO.
CALL 352-6305.
C7248
TODHUNTER MITCHELL has
vacancy for a Bottle Line
Worker. Must be able to
operate capping, high speed
bottling and labelling machine.
For information call Freeport
352-7311 (9-5)*

R Q61RED: a Superintendent
for two blocks of apartments
in Freeport, Bahamas.

CBahaina a nd she edpeience
in the maintenance and repair
of commercial property and
electrical appliances. There are
good prospects for the right
man and salary is negotiable.
Write to: Advertiser, c/v P. O.
Box F-25, Freeport, Bahamas.

C7257
( 1) INDUSTRIAL
OPE RATI ON S DI RECTOR:
Should be fully conversant
with modern methods o
Laundry cand DrykCleaningea d
this field combined with
knowled e of recent Dry
cleaning and Laundry
tchniqueesrsMus phae ar lea t
Manae in Laundry and Dry

(1) MANAGER GOLF SHOP:
Should be able to buy
merchandise and have a full
knowledge in all aspects in
Men's and Women's wholesale
and retail clothing business.
Should have at least five years
experience in the retail
clothing business.

(1) CLEAN-UP-MAN: To make
coffee, keep area clean and
bring in plates. No experience
needed.
(1) LAUNDRY TRUCK
DRIVER: To pickup and
deliver to the Valet Shop and
the Arcade Store, also to pick
up ant ndelitverR ft wau sa
Hotels. Must possess a valid
drve'lcteon 0. Wokng hours

()f RANG EkM n: o doiv a
up range balls after they have
psness vlid rier' licenuset.
Must be filing to work
week-ends and holi ays.
(1) MASON: To build blocks,
plastering, tile setting and
concrete laying. Should have at
least three to five years
experience as Mason
(1) BOILERMAN: Maintain

nhl nav ik~nae ge of Ai

IB lertwo years experience in
Bie oom.
(2 WAITRESS: To work on
sh ft basis mst be able to read
and write mul. Should also be
neat in appearance at all cimer
orefperrede c ap

shft BUSis Rust obew ae t
read, write, count and
understand. Must be neat in
Ippannccen es ryltimes. No


I~RAND

Erun REYT

3 BDROOM, 2 Bath Duplex
$200.00, CATV included.
CATVedroollud er, 81r5b000
Freeport 352-2126.

FOR SALE
C7264
KINGS BAY 2 bedroom
Garden Apartment, 550,000.
Down payment $13,000 cash.
No agents.
Reply to: Adv. C-7264, c/o
The Tribune, P. O. Box F-485'

C7263
NEW 14 FT. "HOBIE CAT"
SAIL BOAT. FASTEST BOAT
OF ITS' SIZE.
PHONE FREE PO RT
373-5382.

WANITIED
C7238
FURNISHtD four (4)
Bedroom House, central
air-conditioning, located Ridge,
Lucaya or Bahamia for Airline
Executive. Lease preferred.
April or May occupancy.
Phone Freeport 352-7260 or
.352-7798 after 6 p.m.

IIELP MNIITED
C7237

AircrafCAMecDAnicreqA pl caan
mus a ave previous sexpedrie c
aircraft, however, applicants
with 707-727-BAC111 -
VC10 experience would be
consider red. Su ccessf uI
applicant will be required to
undergo training in Canada'

Aphl rn wians enclosing a
M aiae M ir Ca ada,D t.
Bo -9, Freeport, Bahamas.
C7270
FREEPORT CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY LTD. requires one
mechanic foreman with five
years experience in repairing
die Il and pgasolirneckengi esd

ready-mix trucks.

hepere wt revovus cer ic
tonte perie pn ons shl lId
contact Mr. George Stockaale
rt n.O. Box F-2410, Fre prt
352-7091 -
C8950
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for chartered
or Certified Accountants in

Sucssful cni aes facl e.
paid excellent salaries and

Ppl rhhrtig o th t

po. P. Ba mBox F-2415,
Freeort Baama.


FOR SALE
C9218
RACE 2-ORSES for sale.

C9056
1 CONVE RTIBLE couch
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 2501b. trunk food freezer.
Call 77947.
C9237
WE ARE the lar est used
furniture dealers in the
Bahamas. We buy and sell
anything. We also finance. Fox
Brothers Furniture Dowdeswell
Street (formerly BESCO
Building) Telephone 28012.
C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc,
owner leaving Island soon. Call
Glen Hepburn, 5-7102.
C9210
1 -- 6 yard Dump Truck. Like

new.1 bag used concrete mixer.
Good condition.

C9235
SMALL REFRIGERATOR
(Frigidaire).
Boat Trailer
General Electric Flat Ironer.
For information call 31303.


C9243
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
cottage convenient to town
and shopping. Available now.
Phone 31354.
C9258
YOUR WEEKLY RENT TOO

$20mpero witkchan gedt fu
space and toilet facilities in
Bain Town. Contact Mr.
Adderley at 36693 evenings
and weekends.
C9248
AIR PO RT EM PLOYEES,
seclusion lovers. Furnished
spacious stone hIltop resib tnh

patios, maid's room, laundry*
. pool, telephone, television*
acre grounds. $300 monthly.
Phone 5-7224 evenings.


in loving memory of my dear
husband Rudolph Alexander
Broker who departed this life
March 23rd 1970.
Now his labour and task are
over-
Safe at last with Jesus*
~Sadly missed by: Wife Ionka,
father, family and friends.

POSITIONS WANTED

C9246
Young Lady seeks daytime
houseworkk. Call Lorna
3-6493, from cj a.m. to 4 p.m.


CF YOU ned yu gri t
work in y er shopopu ase wri e
AdvO C8BOO, c/32h T iue,

C9233
LAD Y BELONGER *
experienced Hotel Manager
Nassau, Bermuda and U.K.,
qualified Accountant, requires
position. Phone 78102
mornings.


C9253
1 CC)URt TV

1 Stove
1 Washing Machine
Other Household Items.
Corner of ViIlage and Waterloo
Roads. Phone 24119 from 9
a.m. 5 p.m.

ELE TRICAL APPLIAN-
CES Dishwasher, Sunbeam
Mu n shing cbunks anhouest o
da es etc. Phone 53477 after


OPPORIrItWITIES
C9217
PLANNING TO BUY
A LOT?
Act nowl Hilltop lots,
corner lots
Easy terms
Call Fran Carey
FRANK CAREY

BayR8 DEvau Steats.

C9252
UNLIMITED FUNDS


C5534 WANTED
Internationally Known Company needs a person to
be in charge of collections, full or partime.
Requirement:
1)Mut own transportation

Send R sume an recent photo to:-
CO LLECTOR
P.O. Box N. 7942
Nassau, Bahamas


__


__


I


I


4qsuaBre fet, 6th Terrace
Centrsville. Can be used as CARIS FOR SALE
store and warehouse. Has skle
en~tra ce. CalC 2-1731 or C23
1967 Chevy Camaro, 6 cyl-
COo~ CE SAE Rbr maculate conditil .e Asoif
Building, East Street just off refused. Phone 5-2104 after

120 sq. ft. $90.00 pel C11

2 s, ft. $135.00 per 1968d OLD Idtass Su rmeaa 4
month .e stnad ieoa
360 sq. ft. -- $180 per month tynre, red with black vinyl top.
975 sq. ft. -- $400.00 per Excellent condition $1900.00
month 1969 FIREBIRD. 3 speed
AIRCONDIT~JIO~wav INCLU) stan dad ju 71 likeP neO
ED. '
OFFICE STORESPACE: ow. very good condition.
FIC at eTOro SpmteL fl omus mel 5Phone 2-8015.

Potters Cay docks, An ideal C92
toe in ri rvial uir a Ed rAVrN A Da D

$308.33 per month. Store and Financing available. Call Miss
little as 5277.00 nor month. --*
UIN FURNISHED C9234
APARTMENTS OAKES HERE'S A GOOD BU1V
n1ED $140S00A per mon KE OwneD leaving Ocolony. 17
FIEDI 868 sq. ft. $2o0.00 condition $1,800 or nearest
Per month offer. Phone 28015 from 9-5.
g EMRE DS UF U Y C9194
FURNISHED OR 1971 MORRIS 1300 -
3ASICALLY FURNISHED: righthand drive. $1000. Phone
$26 .00 anpr m n- j02-8802.
Airconditioning and swImming C9209
pool. 1972 TOYOTA 1000 In
Telpha: BERT L. elciet cniin r
AOBIERT e TD., 23177. Bert Sa00 or cndiretiontr Price


Duties would include the complete supervision
of the meet department in the warehouse. Must
be knowledgeable in all asp~cts of running a
butcher shop and must haew knowledge of all
types of meets, fish and poultry. Must be able to
trim carcasses of all kind sto produce the desired
cuts of meet as required. Will be responsible for
all meets, etc. in the butcher shop.
Only Bahamians with experience in this field
need apply.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Apply to Paeronnel Department or call 5-7511


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I I


I 1


C9211
1970 MOR~RIS MINI.
new. $850. PhIone 54396.


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. C-9134
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box 1
N-27, Nassau, Bahamas.


C9221
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
req uired f or Resort
Development Company,
knowledge of German
preferred. Please call 21841 for
appointment.


C9241
2 LARGE APARTMENTS lots
good area off West Bay Street.
Price $8,000.00 each
Lots on Malcolm Road. Price
$4,300.00
A good buy in Foxdale
Subdivision. Price $2,900.00
Choice lots Seven Hills Estate
Priced from $4,600.00.

$9,ce ots Sou h BE c
Estate. Price $4,400.00



019 tr InORmto S aE-edoo
Wpontet t ard aolst w
diningt froomc sune poch,

2.l' Outl standin by n Cble

Beacbah residencener

Wetwo r bathas large
fiving/diingopening on
toin patio, spius kitch,
carport, etc. $55,00 96
furnshe. $00 frihd
3. Beutstnifully funishbed
Westwaresd Vl eside ne
wi-cnith thee bedrooms, to
bathroo ms, la rg e
living-dining, spcious sun
porh patio, laciundryce,
ua otiltl m et 85.tr i 0

Ietand ila r eE du d

309h Baye Streets, tw

Noch assau ludy
uTel:t 2-104, 2-104. Lt 5


Like


C9238
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1970 FORD ESCORT
Blue Std. 4 Dr. $995
1 972 PONTIAC VENTURA
A/C Buc et SeatsLGoldVAS4950


8 e9 VICTOR $60


V00 E/ $226 0500
1970 PONIA PARISINNE


u97Ce2 IA VNTR200
4 Dr. Auto. Gre
R96d HO A $500
Stdr. Greean40
1970 PLYOUTHA 'NUDA


A/C Red/Black
Vinyl
1969 FIAT
124 S/W 4 Dr.
Std.
1970 FIAT
850 White
1970 FORD CAPRI
AM6 DODGE
Dart Green


$2950

$550
$500
$1650

$850


C8104
YOU'RE
TROUBLE IF
CALL ABCO
YOUR C
PRO BLEMS
51071-2-3-4.


A HEAP-O-
YOU DON'T
FOR ALL
LEANING
-TEL:


1971 FORD MAVERICK


Auto. Red
1969 CHEVELLE
2 Dr. Vinyl
11R MdBLER

1972 FIAT 124s
5 Speed 6000
miles Red
1970 HILLMAN MINX

S 9W Pniac GTO
A/C Vinyl Green
196e8 FORD FSCORT
1965 DODGE
Blue


$1800

82 0



$3000

$995
$2000

$650

$300


C9249

DGENON P RESENTSESAE
Smashing bargains of 3 and 4
bedroom houses in Nassau's
prestigious areas, split level
houses etc. $40,000 and up
LOVE BEACH 4 bedrooms
with swimming pool. 3 and 4
bedrooms in the following:.
Westward Villas, Skyline
Heights, Prospect Ridge, Grove
(West Bay), Highland Park.
Village R e,,Dick' eong

Gardens, Sans Souci, Grey
Stone, Winton, Nassau East,
Sea Breeze, imperial Park, and
Gleniston Gardens
AlsORTGAGE AVAILABLE
commercial ad re id tial I t
throughout Nassau and Family
Islands.
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY LTD
Phones 21178, 35408 P. O'
Box N4648, Nassau. *

FOR SALE OR RENT
29232
LUXURY LIVING!
Two storey, two bedroom, two
bath HOUSEBOAT w/sundeck.
Furn sedprMarc ro73 d 0 r

Can be seen Nassau Harbour
Club. Phone 5-7937.



C9179
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 3
private bath house, 2nd floor -
beautiful location Cable
Beach. Phone 7-8328.
C897. ~ """
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charot ynearaBa Imm e i
Inquire 4-2017.
C9021
LARGE SHOV for rent, 3000


Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8





C926()


requires one


C7260
CIVIL ENGINEERS Must

expri ceeas a Cvil En9 er
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whie Black h Olmeanadsin
~agatneth Whtte's king. hat
tale lerply
RPa O~e: 10 saecomi, chess
mraster or expat: 30 seconads.
county standardd* 3 minute, club,
player; 5 mndnks. raerage; 10
mitnutes, noview




1. .. Kt-Q01I it a strong move
and gives Blacke Me advantage.
The reply 2 Q fadti to 2 ..
R--B81; J I (Or 3 Rx 8,
4r1 x ) x R I.
The actual am eaded 1..
Kt-QO6; 2 Q-1 --Rd:'
Q---K, Q x RP; 6P. R-B7!
and White re~gaf~~so~ of 5
Q x Kt, Q--R8 snate.


"Now that we've got our breadwinners off, let's get up
again at eleven and have coffee together "


Rupert and thie Mixed Magic-11


LUIONUZ


THE Mlake Your Very CROSS-w'ord. The one witlh no numbe~rs
and except for the Mlrst In each section, no order to the clues.
One hint by compler TIMI McKlAY : The six-letter words are soulr
helpers today. Solution on Mlonday


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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

~a HOROSCOPE

from the Carrol Righter Institute
Ij ;$ i/ oveEtureLint~o New Nrea and obtatinn vauabl

data, then make plans for the future which could bring you
success and happiness in almost any direction you wish. The
aftern (Ms od21 ortplannm9)t Know exactly what those
who are important in your scheme of things expect of you
and try to please them Listening to the views of mate can
be beneficial. Be more cooperative.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Discuss your affairs with
associates and have a fine meeting of the minds One will
make a concession that really pleases you Evening is fine for
meeting friends and diming out

of upr ant duti21.Tr to Juon~dlerstn felo e ayrtk rs bete
and much can be accomplished Speed Is the keynote now
The evening should be relegated to pleasure.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Make plans to
entertain tonight and then make the right arrangements.
Show more devotion to mate and be happier yourself Buy a
thou tfulu gft tha pleases loved onesuefnaetlafis
are running smoothly. Buy needed items that will improve
the interior of your home. Take kin out to amusements they
enjoy in the early evening Later relax at home.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Show your skill at work
and impress associates. You can advance by making the nht
appointments. Later get in touch with persons you have not
senInRaAl g etun D3t Ocbn)oStd the monetary side of
your life during the ddy so you can make plans to add to
present abundance. Look to business experts and banking
firms for best Ideas. Attend the social tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Improve health and
a pearance early, and then attend the business or social
apffirs that bring the results you want. Avoid one who has
an eye on your assets. Show that you have wisdom
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Daytime is fine for
getting business data you need You can easily find the right
system to use in the future for greater success and happiness
Accept an invitation tonight.

possble t~oObeN Dt g22dtofr ends2 orn ut almeuxchh ge o
favors. You can get ahead by studying over the weekend
Keep up with news and be better informed
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Daytime Is fine for
furthering your career Also, take care of your civic duties
Don't permit others to downgrade you in any way, Tonight
you can eruoy the company of congentalS
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Seek the advice of experts
regarding ways to expand your interests. Then get busy
making necessary plans. Evening is fine for further discussion
with experts. Be wise.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .he or she will be
one of those charming young people who early in hfe will
have fixed ideas about which profession to follow, and will
continue through in the field that Is chosen Success can
come early in life The latter part of life could be spent in
philanthropic work, There can be much success in this life as
well as happiness.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make
of your nte is largely uptovYous


contain the power to make
things disappF r.u te verdi k
rod and instarntly the room is
filled with starts and flashes so
dazzling that Rupert Is force .
back. Don't be scared,
wh aver T orlity. Ilt is


The Conjurer then shares
toj end wet sthe hnle iue t
the plain middle part, white he
himself keeps the rod with the
bell. My plan." he explains,
" is to put a different kind of
maic int eac n ieceit sh w


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Wannag





selecedbpy ex ers This was

a deal chosen on a previous
Deanor South: E/W Vul:

~o7 63
O A8 76
West East
+A97432 bKQ
0 Q 5 'Co J 10 9 8 4 2
OJ10 9 6 0 3
South
9O AK

South North

West leads the 44. East takes
the +e (K anrd switches to the
19J. ~Declarer wins with the
OA and plays the OK, then the
4 unosut~to regroup when
At this point the contract is
unbeatable. To make sure of It
declarer need only cash his PK.
West Is marked with six spds
since East didn t have a tlc
one. He has shown up with four
diamonds, It he has no mtore
hearts, he must have two clubs.
It he has a second heart, he
cannot have most than one club.
Declarer crosses to the 6A, then
finesses twice aga8last East, using
the QA as his second entry.
The proceeds from this year s
tournament will go to I ady
Chi dn. dlubs may atl enc r
Write to: Mrs Gattl, 33 Paliser
Road, W.14 (385 7889).


*-,hBslCPgK8488~~~~~ \ I

"For Lent I'd ardvise you people to give up eating around
hlaee."


1. Hal boot
4. Merganser
8. Chemist's
workshop
11. In the past
12. Nimbus
13. Indisposed
14. Young Sawyer
15. Decor
17. Damp
19. Locale
.20. Oklahoma
indian
a1 Lroe


26. Value
27. Haggard
heroine
30. Anthology
33. Guy-rope
34. Unmoved
35. Verse
36. Invent
40. "Diamond

41. Manipulate
42. Brain wave
43. Shoshonean

4 Bat ofan orn


andl there must be at least one

pr~rnames. T IDAY'S FARo
GET I~:ls 80 ords good; 40 wVords,
very good; 50 wvords, excellent,
solution on Monday.
VESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :


rate ragree resal regale sage
cure slla.


DOWN


5.5

7.


,Adamite
. High railways
. Trouble
zdacd

. Beechauts
. That is: abbt
. Home of the
IRC8s
. Sign on a
. Ro n tree
. Tennis stroke
. Droop
. Phonograph
needle
. Barber
i. Embroidered
hole
. Happen
. Wapiti
. March date
i. Be quiet!
i. Garner
. Body bone
i. Cyprinoid fish
i. Vic0toy sign


1. Sympathy

3.Odnaery


Individluality. (3)
Car's w~arning. (6)
Answered. (9)
Rh >nsm. to3
Pittished with. (4)
Clues Down
hi nel eurna s (5. O)
dt e nies (9)
Sacred Island. (3)
Gozes. (.0 S
,@ la les
(9)
Feaure or
some

(9)
C aolon r.
oFr Jour
h4-4)toos. esra


Olues Acraees
Know a trio (anag~.). (9)
Old la ae.(4)
enuar .. (.) Cheek. (s)
In the ~ttchen. (4)


AP Newsfeatures


Per time 27 min.


Chess


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CROSSWORD

PUZ ZLE
ACO~SS


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lo Whr Grthtibttt


Friday, March 23, 1973.


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TAKE -ANAY


Folwthe ocrowhs Rhisnbweekenade wt te GRAND
Take-Away on Balfour Avenue and Peardale which
launches a new era in Bahamian cooking. Native dishes
prepared by two of the Bahamas' leading cooks will be
served. Weekend specials will include souse, potato bread
and mouth-watering conch fritters.

Visit the Rainbow Take-Away this weekend for
the taste of your life!


USED USED


THE PRIME MINISTERK'S
annual cup race at Hlobby
Horse Race Track is scheduled
for tomorrow.
Prime Minister Pindling, who
was 43 on Thursday, will
present a trophy to the
winning horsen~wner. Last
year's winner was Cynthia
Rolle's Reina de Whyon who
came from behind to beat the
1971 Horse of the Year,
Chubasco, in a hotly' contested

racevious winners were 1968,
Ethlea Strachan's, Yama; 1969
and 1970 Mike Darville's Regal
Ra let; n'sIB 1r Wellington
P eetato of tr phe will
be ad atoen ohe oupn ng of
the fifth race. The Prime
Minister's 5th annual race will
mark the 26th meet of the
serascokn at Hfobby Horse Race



The following is the lineup for
teamonowks races at Hobby H~orse
f:IRST RAC'E S Furlongs.
Ist. half daily double
i.2 ss Nethelea It
4. uSw tN Easy 1
s. Dr. SOS I 6
6 ay Bug 11
8. Dun Taffy I12
9. Flast Les 112
Su .ghtmare D~ream 112
Black Magic I12
Mssp Lene 11
Big Deal 116
S~C`OND RACE S F~urlongs.
and. mal daily double I1
2. Bird's Baby 112
3. Dora's Hope I12

6.ncig Ship I 6
8. Go News 1 2
9. I'our V.s 1 2

Suan Tier ah
THIRD RACE 10 urlong~s.
2. c say Child Il
3. Hot Tomato 111
o.WnrdyS rv I
6. Desert Fox 113
8.:nR INp DeVino I
9. Mighty Joe Youns 115
.E"".1TH RACEE 9 IFuriongr
2. The Outsider 115
3. Miss Shirlenr I 12
5.(lro sttpper :
6. Dogerlossa IIS
7 aicdWoman 1
9. F ve By E'ivr a12
suast sight its


Prim Mnise' 0 cup 2Rauro
1. Katung a 14
a.Ab Sugar I1
4. Moon Walk
(Tell Daddy) 117
6. Hoa Soan 12
7. Reina De whyon 114
8. Count Zorich I 17

SXHuHni to Furlong
2. Lady Stella II 3
3. La Negra ~retar I11
sr enetor Hearts 111
6. secret Agent t

9. Bundle11
SEVENTH RACE --9 F~uriongs.
l.screweall II4
3: Ronun Dancer 11
4.Royal Order I 14

7s Leain Les
:. .$: mL Hgh 1
9. Miss GTO 111
EIGHTH RACE 4V21 Furlongs.
1. Flirt I 12
J.T etMe 1ia 1
S.Madiston Life 11
6.Ldy Rolle I1
8. Respect Toy 112
9. My Account 117
Sub. Fair Lady 112


fOX 11081$ ltlUifillR IOll I

UOWDESWELL STREET (Formerly BESCO Building)
Telephone 2-8012 OUT ISLAND ORDERS TO
P.O. BOX 6104 E.S., Nassau, Bahamas.




YeIII S i 8I If A erA



1985 GMC BUS-82


This Vehicle can be inspected bY
contacting Mr. Clear*, Transport Officer,
(telephone 22221) who will make
arrangements for the Vehicle to be seen.
Sealed tenders clearly marked TENDER
FOR VEHICLES should be addressed to the
Hospital Administrator, Princess Margaret
Hospital P. O. Box N.3729 to arrive not later
than noon, 26th March, 1973.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
tenders.


J. A. THOMPSON JR.
Agl. Hospital Administrator
Princess Margaret Hospital


rrdbAltt idela


holuship tlers


unt:cr ivers.1 I Iin s on



i ati~iitind upt the
,-, with a ?( .
ne~ic atverage~. I(





46 pounl, I a singl t


c 1 roiit; ll ws ti d
her layer for the
i;nds~rf which was 2'>

hj(NIir ac~ad urtied ,1n



Ilriocr, le ic hlds a 3.3

neteri~cs he has already
!!?celatt S.G;.C, Hlis better
I a Jerage. outst anding r i

; onl~1 in irflmpls

I Upiil butt the1 p~residency
hI!rtierhis selective Phi
10i. k itP/ toi which only I2
-!dilents ijn be admitted,


':i;;;i tod~Lcts istoci iti n
i/:nl oI1)1~cther ComllPus
te is Sfltuent
naie on C'ollege
:li.rative ionuniitt ees for
i, relatic~tts. buidings and
\Ithoug!ih hie plants to major
M.ng an~~i~;rd econlomics at
,1 uselet university he attends,
4.icutl s ulltimafte goal is to
Gik In bankilng in the

!.livint (n-Bel~Hn, a priest
ii St. A~ugustine's and Fr.
leia Massot h, of St.
(ti. gory'S College talked to
(ant ablout attending the
( a~thoic~ co-edulcational college
In central Oklahoma. "T'hey


Y


)1 )


Natural Menthol is why.
Salem uses only natural menthol,
not the artificial kind. That's why
Salem never tastes harsh or hot.


recently won his fourth N.S.C.
championship and is playing
well. He is undefeated in
inter-club and in international
competition. His game is


playoff matches for places on
the Nassau '8" teamn are Eddie
Bostwick, Alan Bates, Dr.
G;rahame BarryDon Boorman,
Van Johnson and G;eoff
Whitc~head~


;

PETER GILCUD
... top basketballer
convinced mie that S.G;.C. was a
nice place to, go, said Gikud.
In lu~ se~rnor Year w~ith St.
Auguistine''s Cotllege basketball
teamri. (;ikcud wa~s named the
moicst valuable player. As a key
twinhelr on Beck's Cougars
(;r~iden ;Ilso playedl on the
B.A.B.A. all-star team.
D~uringl his freshmlan year
with S.G;.C. Cavaliers, he rolled l
up aln X.8 points antd 9-plus
rebounds average per game
record. 110 broke that record
handily this year
"The difference between
last year's performance and
this year's is becauuse of' coach
Don Sumner. Hie told us we
could dfo it ,and we did."
commented G;ilcud. Gilcud
"has been carrying" the S.C;.`.
Cavaliers teami this season,
replied muchal Suminer.
While G;ricud has not

ci atnl en e t, innin go e
he will go right on settings new
records next year,




P'ORT OF; SPAIN, TRINID)~I
(AP')- Charlie D~avis and G;eoff
G;rennidge have been omitted from
11ilbl ofor seleco f rk etole et
Indies cricket team to meet
Austrllin in the T~hird Test starting
the I os Jeff Stollmeyer, Clyde
Watcott and F~rakie Thomas
named the following: Kanhai,
G;ibbs, F'redericks, Kallicharan,
~loyd, Ho~lder, Boyce, foster,
I ve,w Murray, Willett and Ishln
Tlhe fna~l eleven will be named
inter I ridaty.
forustrrali also named thenr hel e
Stackp~ole, Rcdparth, ;. C'happell,
Idwards, Walters, Marsh, O)'Keefre,
Hammond, Walker, Jenner and
e~nunis ~ilice, the fast howler
failed to pass a fitness tes;
Thursday morning.


re

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O w 1 Ir~roo o~e ~


AUSSIDCR KIET



111HIGHT


leam touringr under the name


Internati~nal Airp~ort this
evening ats guests~ of the
Commo~nwealthl Warnderers C.
C. throughout this weekend.
Thle tolrinng pairt y consists of
e~ighteen cricketecrs, several of
whomii hav~e p~layed Shell Shield
and 'A' grr;ltle cricket in

nlanagdct b~y Mlr. Jo~ C'liffe of
Queenrslallt~nd an he average age
of the. 'leert is 28: years.
Sevcrill sonai~l functions will
b~e hecld ini honoicur of the
visilore wrho, wI ll e the frjSt
groupil of Ausua1jlian sportsman



will 1)In; I Iclic liaynes Oval In preparation for
their Iv two ay gamei against the
Wanderirs on Sunday and
Monday. ,
Suinday' Ir match will start at
11 ;!.ml. pnor"" to which the
teniiil wrill he introduced to the
Mlrnister o~f Works, the lion.
Simea~cn Howe. the Speaker of
Parliamel~nt the lion. Arlington
Butler andl~ the P'resident of the
Bahamasr~ (`ricket Association.
Thee monster will be asked to
hiowl thec first ball of the
match.
At the completion of the
match (,n Monday evening the
touring side will be the guests
of 11. I the G;overnor and
L~ady Paul at a reception at
G;overmei~nt House and
following the reception a
farewell party will be held at
the Beach Inn Pavihion,
Paradise Island where prizes
will be presented.
The tourists will leave
Nassau by Air Jamaica for
Montego Bay, Jamaica on
Tuesday continuing their tour
of the Caribbean.



WITH THREE sessions
remaining before the end of
the first round of competition
in the Bahamas Baseball
Association's 1973 series
Beck's Bees (5-1) take a half
game lead over second place
Big Q Market (4-1) with Del
Jane (4-2) taking third place
one pame out
Del Jane took an undefeated
three game lead at the
beginning of the series until
they were short-circuited by
sixth place Jet Set. Defending
champions Big Q Marketeers
who lost their opening game to
defending league champions
Del Jane are on a four game
winning streak and are almost
certain to tie for first place on
Saturday when they take on
last place Heastie Lumber*
Beck's Bees will have their
chance to regain fist place on
Monday when they also take
on Heastie Lumber.
Tonight's action sees
Paradise Island against Heastie
'Lumber at 7 o'clock and Jet
Set against Schlitz Beer at
9:30
STANDINGS' WL

Beck's Bees S I
Big Q Market 4 1

inhaas Blenders 4 2
Schlitz Beer 2 3
Jet Set 1 2
Paradise Island I 4
Heastie Lumber 0 3

BOSTOR TO 80

FOR RIECOID
IN a Raceco sponsored r'ace
scheduled for Sunday, cyclists
of the Bahamas Professional
Cycling Association will vie to
break Carl Blades' record of 24
minutes over the 11 miles
dis ace


"Iam going to try and
win," commented Leonard
"Boston Blackie" Miller, who
will be heading the pack. Miller
leads the 1973 B.P.C.A.'s 1973
season with two wins in as
many races. "I am ready to go
and I will be going for the

Bsto conot."inuedthat h
watch out for his rivals like
Christopher "Deuce"
Thompson and Noel "Donna"
Brown. 'They are: hot in that
distance," Miller said.
It is understood that
Bertram "Cowboy" Musgrove
will also be out for this race.
"It will be hotter still," he
said.
BAAA'S 2ND ROAD
RACE TOMORROW
THE~ BAHAMAS Amauteur
Athletc Association will hold its
second road race of the 1973
seaumo tomorrowm beginning at 2
oher it' winl sdrt nt the jinctdon
co"fin",*, aln b ne Chttr es Ave
Harold Road, up Biethel Ave, down
John F. Kennedy D~rive and will
finish at the Q. E. Sports Centre.


Peter Gilcull sets new




C01eg0 FOCOrIS St



St. Gregory s Oklahoma

%11) IOOT SEVEN-INI.CENTRE/FOiRWAR~D Peter Gilcud of
i Colugar\ and ptresently a sophomore at St. G;regory's
i e~ Shiawntee. Oklahomia has carved for himself an illustrious
ordt both~l int rthletiCS andi ac~ademiically, a College news bureau


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EDDIE BOSTWICK (left) hitting a hard bac,clana; and Dr. Grahame Barry, carefully
placing his service. Both are competing for plaesr in Nassau's "B" team.


SWBEntStu SilSH rilfti0Hal Squash tourney
TOIIIW EY ENIDIN THFE OU TSTrAND)IN G thoughtful and controlled.
THE- NASSAU SQuASH clue! squash rackets players from thec Lancaster, who has won the
students tournament will hb Bahamnas. Bermuida and NSC` championship on two
~ome u sd toman c mwa ten<"'u~ Jamaica will compete in Nassar u previous occasions, is a
9:30a.m. March 29 through April I at hard-hitting player with a
BOYS' QTR. FINALS the Blue Hill Golf and C'ountry de vastating atta k .
Simon Hester v David IFerguscon ('lub. Unfortunately. Lanc~aster has
Rick D~elaney v Mike Spencer Lad the Nassau "A" beecn unable to practise
ret Alhr lpv K~ern Bethel team will be Tony, L~ancaster consistently because of
GIRSL SEMI-FINAL 3nd Bob Montgomery. business commitments.
Carol Albury (GHS) v Pauleftt Montgomery, the Bahamnas This will mean a strenuous
Davis S.c nr l (St. Andrews) Squash Rackets A~ss~c~iation tournament with hard matches
v defending champion Rhond:, nominete in the recent on three successive days.
Grant (G~ts) Sportsman of the Year award, Involved in a series of


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