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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: February 21, 1973
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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DISIWklitTi I, HY
AUDLEY C. K(EMP
I assSt. South Phone r2 4796


ENJOY PREE CHAMnPAGJE
ON ALL FLIGHTS TO FREEPORT
-T.ELEPHONE 77303/77778-


(R*Sisterest,,, withrr Posmate etam Bahauses fori potae onesioswihi te ahma
.~~~_~~~ Wednesd_ ~ub~ay, February 21, 1973. Price: I 5) Cents
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HIGH SCHOOL

IS BANK(RUPT




bankruptcy, and asserted that
the Memorandum circulated to
the school's staff on January
10 was not intended as a signr

ofhm throughout last week, issued its
statement on Prince Williams
following the public
controversy which erupted
when the entirre teaihing staff
were sensed with three months'

noIll school board is due to
meet with parents of students
tomorrow night to explainn itF
position. This will be the first
communication made by the:
board since the "Memorandw I
of Understanding" was
circulated to all the school's


ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST SUMPTUOUS YACHTS put in to Prince George Dock
this week with its owner, William J. Levitt aboard. Mr. Levitt is the originator of the
concept of mass-produced medium priced housing in the United States. Two towns that
he built from the ground up have been named after him Levittown, Pennsylvania and
Levittown, Long Island. La Belle Simone has a multi-national crew. It is understood the
ship has visited the Bahamas twice before. The Simone sailed Wednesday afternoon.




CARTRIDGE FROM Royal Bank offer


Sea Turtle, an 85-foot-freighter,


THREE PERSONS ARE DEAD, three missing and three rescued after the mv.
sarnk in rough seas in the Exumasr at daybreak to ay. d


One of the survivors is
Bahamian captain Harrison

san Of he ::erw aboar



northwest of Nor na 5 2

a.m. today.

Hh n. Bain ldeand Anon

at 9:45 a.m. The boat spotted
the two men in the water
clinging to a piece of floating
plastic. The Jim Hawkins, on
her way to Nassau, arrived with
the survivors at the Nassau
Yacht Haven just before 3 p.m.
Later in the morning an
AUTEC helicopter picked up
another two men from the
water one was dead. The
identity of the survivor is not
as yet known. He was taken to
Norman's Cay. The two were
picked up seven miles south of
the wreck
Later still two more bodies
were found in the same

boar thA Hal e dedd o

the men, including the dead,
were wearing life jackets
It is reported uh svn of

after it left the Sea Turtle'
BASRA sent up an aircraft
from Norman's Cay to search
the area. It was joined by a
helicopter from AUTEC, an
HU 16, a large amphibian
aircraft from the U.S. Coast


da prrinculeas haathap
Convention said itt t a
wted ction gon rhecord to say

ankprupticy the cruatted
meordandumc wilams nopti

iantened as ao dismissal of staf
ndthat therpie waros nuo ned i
the iulation tod questireon th
bacademic sadigo the moruale


integrity of any member of the
sa. REPORTS
Joeports ill both cho e
Jra/ rince Wilams col
were made by the respective
principals and tabled by the
president of the Board of
Governors, Mr. Artemus Cox,
who also gave an account of
the Board's stewardship.
The Convention then

exedead a vto dof Isonfde re

,l sDelancy and Mr. Selwyn

thil botw uodan an Pi
make the worth il
contribution to Bahamian
education for which they were
set up.
Among the resolutions
passed by the Convention was
one calling upon Baptists and
the Bahamian people generally,




aboehn hate, malice and

unityc extendinthe halnd of
loveil andfindshp not onrly to
uon anther bu loe to pheol
Bahamiahy nsta by coie awndo

Other resolution aso paed o




Aletterofcn pommendtionto
Prime Miniter mLyc nde

Pinding, fornn this "cage ou
loeand enlight hi ne' ub l st

stea osnirbu nal dinner for th

Convenion b president, in t

rteogniotionofhs ears of
disingishd series
Execuntive ofer of th
Convention were sinstalle
Sbfore o the closeo of Sunay'
sr ciss ,n oo raa ys

Sauners.Botsh men o ar Bapatis
of lther onventommndain


THE PAST INADEQUACY
of vocational training in the
Bahamas has been blamed for
many of the Bahamas' social
and economic problems.
Education M in ister
Livingstone Coakley, in a
special interview with The
Miami Hierald's AL Burt, said
that special emphasis will be
I acd onvctional traini g
flowing in ep ce
"While the British system is
good for what it was geared to
do, it is not quite the thing for
.7 deVPJloping co~Ur'i? M *
Coakley was quoted as saying-

ton oro tsitua ion we've got

develop according to his
potential, with careful
attention prai attemof t m

nation.
According to The H~erald,
the Ministry of Education and
Culture views the system left
over from British colonial days
here as "defective, alien and
irrelevant."


W nh tte arrvlr of full


philosophy, Mr Murt said.

"This means that the
Bahamian viewpoint will

meahaminteahr re l Ir p a
expatriate teachers, that
education will be directed not
merely to the task of passing
an examination or meeting an
academic standard set in
London, but toward
attempting to join the
aspirations of Bahamians to the
needs of the new nation.
Mr Bur sad t


gengrollmentrabot42,000).
pOblmfo the14 schools inthe e
40Out Isands only 23hv n Ne

enrollmn w but lof h


public 14 school erlmn in the
Out Islands, for the chool yar
1972-73en was 1800. o re
ind ddtonl two ot thee figres
thre weodre the pivteschos
whchran bout one third the
sbize in oo enrollment. i h


Mutisnisty her said scoly

RATTAN3 wa 83
FU NIUR adiint hs iu

NASSAU ONLY

By NICKI KELLY
FIBREGLASS PANELLING ripped from the deep freeze of his
boat was responsible for saving the lives of the captain\ and one of
the crew of the 85-foot Bahamian freighter "Sea Turtle.
The "Sea Turtle," owned
and captained by 30-year-old .
Harrison Bain of "!assau, was .
on its way to Hlaiti with cargo .
when she began to take in
water.
Safely back in Nassau this '
afternoon, Captain Bain told of I' "
his ten-hour ordeal before he
and Haitian crewman Antoine
Heriveaux were rescued hv the
amlraCan- y'aChl .nm1 Ir~h:dns ~il
out of Hartford, Connecticut. .~~l

Cea Tu uB ans riintg he v

north-west of Norman's Cay //
when the crew noticed at /


'"he pum ta t workng
fast enough so we took it apart
and checked it," he said.
When the pump still did
not function the generator
with the bilge pump was
turned on. //
OPENS AT SEAMS
"It was about then that we I


n hied tlahe ba as o ein

lon 'tt s am, ohrai Arii HA lS~N
me oktedinghy ., rescu ofte a
Tmahed adinghy wasn' lwreda iapndtotermane
an tae orhet o-anda-l afd us hsHata ce
hter sare fllif arsohe note l
together toe formy. a mkesift
THe saidg w lwr a apn t he called BARA
twice Fon i roandiahl our befoatinre
ab andon the Svea Tu rtled at LG BT E


about 5:30 a.m. but received C:OUNSEL in the re trial o
no reply. Samuel Sands, James Andrew



leoner ashe bigh wan eu Crnine man l Investigtio
Henver Cpanpi saw the todinghy h st rtments alle yedlythoseo

wi crel ohedi '3 eatl wintithr evdne a f us5-d
dietown in reh k their direction. Sm,38 nsp Decemr 26
Thtwas t a. he oanlye bot 1971, wereoo not mrad
thnrat ever passed there all volntarly byte csed. Th
nigte, Captainoug Beainsep legaarguments sto
eximead. Hesvawx notwo plae admisblt f thsvience a legn h
he said, but beaue ditg ws hteings argued wihou thoe ju
foggyi they faied o po the Represeny ihting thed trber


his wete clothes in a h plsic ba angto Hilteon is proseut
Hawnd w hc a hearing auiesa sweatr shit nd
Bermud snhoirs piretovided by $5 MILON MARIUANA 2
'h w the Jimy Hawkin crew. HAUL IN P.R.
Cham after hisse exerene, a vlnri b he sA JAN ut d RTo i
ould till giea though toi Icg^ tori< went r etMo t
appearanes. Ased if hewoupldne with vioblati of UiS. nardecot
captai, Bain smied ubbed hi s lengarge e woon >f uar oana vur
hiy aft d oe lsihea d ar at norn a fa
combJin fwisple n Cotheib ukeirts ofuncob J
As the left th Yacht Haven Msu eanda nihtgrabbe three

h et stll had no ida whasti had Laone-halftons of the nactic.


KIDNAP SCLENE

TO U.S. FOR

FB1 TESTS

A C.I.D. INSPECTOR flew
to Washington yesterday
carrying with him a shotgun
a spent shell and two five
cartridges for examination by
the FBl's Ballistic and Forensic
Department. He is expected to
return to Nassau tomorrow
with the results of the tests.
The spent shell was found at
Canadian banker Robert
Spencer's home on Albacore
Drive, Freeport, when his
daughter, Andrea, 4V21, was
kidnapped at gunpoint from
her bedroom about 8 p.m.


ac ietal dis hrged on th
night of the kidnapping when.
one of the masked men used
sh a s t t t es de o t

main house. No one was
injured.
The Spencers left the
Bahamas for good over the
weekend. With them were their
daughter, who was returned
after 39 hours, and their
formnh-ods R ber


$810,000 re ward to



catch kidna pers

THE DISTRICT MANAGER of the Royal Baink of Canada in
Nassau today offered a reward of $10,000 "for information
leading to the arrest and conviction of any or all persons involved
in the kidnapping" of Andrea Spencer, 94V, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert F. Spencer of Freeport.


shoulder -length hair,
moustache and beard, about
5'8" in height, slender build,
and about 145 lbs in weight.
Hie wore a medium grey suit
with a white shirt.
The men involved in
Thursday's kidnapping were
described as coloured and
believed to be Bahamians.




(SiseS $5,000


Ibail, iS fre011
SURGEON DAMES, 24, a
constable with CID, Freeport,
who was sent to prison for
three months Monday on a gun
possession charge, was out on
bail today after successfully
raising his $5,000 bail bond.



focunaltandof Mweanwoy
squactd winh Frepo, were floud

Iay HoeFreM nil hagiostra
posemissin twol cunlicnsed
shotgus -a1-u and Mea a
Threy apeald o their sentnce.
As.udi Suepot eranteundet
Flnethr Johnson, C Nasa,
prossecuing, to unie s

Mhyagistated he i feaedthatif ail

were granted without srict



sprisin orth Mr.Johso said,
whdeen objetn to usuprnervised
baeil that "t i evident, andit

involvnm o athe siet thie bail
bon fo each mand at $5,000 D
ofd which $2500 hador to ein

cahand oethe tote $2,500 hasd



is ko b hs w

dfnear ts cntre i tha e astal
towyng of xnr and ivshiatteing
windowsin andcauing
skyscrapes toa sway 50 mails
soutfr ah n n dowtow Los00


to hae susrataied mino s re



said. trn Te rtquake a started

firs n the Oxnard ardshtea.n


'This reward is in addition to
$2,500 that was deposited with
a local bank earlier by a private
citizen who wished to remain
anonymous. The anonymous
donor announced his reward-
shortly after the Spencer child
was returned to her parents on
Saturday morning.
Any on e wi th any
information in the Spencer
cae sthoutld c tact theeRoya

2-9774/5 or 2-8333; or i
Nassau at 2-2561/2, 2-3049,

we ure 33 ot notie 'h c
Tribue ys
"une aaysroximately 8:15
pm Thursday the 15th
F1P ruary 1973, two masked
gume etered the home of
LMunmed eMrs. R. F. S encer
situate at Albacore Drived

r r. a are o t, a

2ocil ok pay y he rum

"Afgter A ra, numer of 2
u phntedr. r can les Sce r

crve teto deS arhe sum
of$250,000 arth a oction near
Freepr agteit."

person sul infobrmaton
tleading toll th rres and
coviction of. the ersons
involvced the "bn epseve the su




obtain mupyiformatolaiong o
t adilarrto and convic ann


gunmatin wof hel MsSpencer
as hosedtae after entering their
riht ome Thrhe reward moe ws
never i oleted sond that
ocaiohn as mno h ret was made.
Aote aou 5:4500 pwm. ton
January 1 lst y an gunmatin o
etsalntered the Spencerhoead



the bankr sen fort thea poie.
To000 avoid the poice the
gunman grabbed Mrs. Spencer
and msade hise gentwyir. their
care. Ashe rwasfrcd tone wslw
don for a blend in therad,
cshen jupe not andstwa made hr


as amppearn to bore whte 5 o


30 ycear is old orangebown t


aM r Spe oer w i retu n t


will "t be eit huns wtis
eventually settle in Canada. Mr.
Senc~eoy whoalvas manage ad
Freeport, for the past seven
years, is from New Glasgow,
Nova Scotia.
NO CHARGES
No one has as yet been
charged with the kidnapping
and attempted ransom of the
Spencer child although over
the weekend two men were
assisting Freeport police with


thei inetgto
three Americans whor were


rmahndehd on Rdobet Spne
placen specifibaed b the c
covered the money after thde
kidnappd erslfaie on return for
mOrn Januar 14ast year, a


wfJaaddemanded ofRbr pne





dAuhe GITo $0as beenpe a
mlade to te Persisb Roder
Heome for the Agned committees
The fundrs wereraied rtn from

Frdrn -and-b y 14lsal held a
wfrend living atd Lyod Cay

h c and Cable Beac w bc


is

f


10 WH BT ISRAELIS,


TEL AVIV (AP)- Gunfire
from Israeli warplanes hit a
eibasnd pass ngrcdt plan
wth I ls f about 70 lives
mili ar sosrs o ported
minaysoirc treptook place
aboute12 miles from the Suez
Canal in the occ pied Sinai
Desert up
The Israeli military

spokeman sid 1 as rvvor


Irauelatpae5mls from Ci t cr.


the Canal over the Mlediterrean
coastline, and flew over Israeli

mii'RRS L NDINrGeto
int edpt fitheafairerf adl

ignored orders to land. The
plane was hit and forced to
crash land about a dozen miles
from the Canal."
The pilot of a Lebanese
airliner flying four minutes
behind the Libyan plane said




course.
Airliners flying between the
two Arab capitals customarily
make a detour that adds an
extra 35 minutes to the
one-hour flight.
A high ranking official
source, who refused to be
identified, said the pilot of the

oresto lan his ilnaser
saying, "I'm not taking orders
from Israel "


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.....v pageant today fled in
federal court a $20 million damage
suit assinst the government of
........, R --- lot caclig~ SI
million, five-year contract.
The action came after the Puerto
Rials government unilateranly
camcelled the agreement last
Tuesday. The pact had four more
ym oU lverse, Inc., operators of
the Miss Universe and Miss U.S.A.
contests, claimed that the
government decision to end the
agreement "puts in jeopardy this
year's pageats."'
In addition, the beauty contest
operators asked the court to force
the government of Puerto Rico to
comply with the terms of the
contract.
F'ormerly held in Long Beach,
Calif., and Miaml Beach, Fla., the
contest was held at the Cerromar
Beach Hotel 20 miles west of San
Juan last year. The contract was
signed by the administration of
former Gov. Luis A. Ferre who lost
his November reelection bid.
During the presentation of the
Miss U.S.A. finals bombs were set
off at the hotel. Separatists claimed
credit for the attempt, which
caused widespread damage but no
loss or life or injury.
The suit named as defendants the
gves rn men t mi r Ecnmia
Tourism Development Corporation,
and the Commonwealth of Puerto
In the five-page petition, the
plaintiff said that the government
agreed to a five-year contract with
pe Ioul a nunce S( mlaiton
Acodcn t liss Universe, Inc ,
thegotvernment ha a reed to cove
exceeded over S4 mion.
"tMi htniverse officials claimed
"h t E agreed to a fve-year
contract which would rot la te fA



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ISRAELI RAID 100 MILES INSIDE LEBANON
TEL. AVIV (AP) israeli commandos early today raided Arab luerrilla
bases more thain 100 miles inside L~ebanon. The Israeli military claims
dozens of guerrillas were killed, while Israel suffered eight wounded. The
targets were said to be bases at which terrorists are trained for attacks
abroad. such as the one at the Munich Olympic G;ames.
tiraeli radio reports the bases attacked were inside two big Palestinian
refugee camps close to the Lebanese Syrian border near the Mefditerranean
Sea. And a communique issued by the guerrillas charges israeli warships
bomblarded one of the camps killing a number of civilians
JOINT U.S.-CHINESE ANNOUNCEMENT SOON
WASH1ING;TON (AP) President Nixon confers again today with Henry
KiiSSinLCer, who returned yesterday from visits to, ianoi, Pekting and Tokyo.
Sorme U.S. officials add they expect a joint announcement this week from
was~hingttol and Peking on an expansion of relations.
Solme sources expect a formal economic relationship, including trade
misiions inl the two countries. Such an agency would be the first important
I- tN\ward actulal dliplomatic relations,
ilD, TO HANOl" COMES UP IN CONGRESS TODAY
ASHIN.TON(4P) Sercrtary oC State: Rogers testifies today before
Senlate Ioreignr Hrelatiorns Committee. The topic of postwar aid to
irthl Vsetn~am it expe~cted Ito come up, amid increasing reports of stiff
:` congressional o~ppos~itiorn to, helping H~anoi.
presidentlt Ni\xon has1 yet to spell o~ut how much reconstruction money he
wantsl: from (`ongress. P'romises~ of assicstnce were part of the Paris peace

tcAN ARKRESTED) FOLLOWING KIDNAPPING
0 1 1AS(AI) BI. agetpnts arrested a To year old Daullass man last
:.,ht follo~wingy the kidnap earlier in the day of a banker's 12 year old son.
Ihz boy~ had, been released after the family repo~rtetdly paid a 200 thousand
Jtoit.r ranvom.
Tlhe boy 5r father is Kenneth Terry, President of the first Bank and Trust
Ir o,1 t ,in las zuburb o~f Richardson: The I.B.I. says the man it arrested is
(<.corFp Braddock Ogle r
TEN MIORE STATES MUST SIGN AMENDMENT
~linNTPFL-.I IER.H VERMhONT (AP') The State of Vermont today is
rxpected toI ratify the equal rights amendment to the Uf.S. Constitution. It
would be thle 29th state to do so. Another ten must do likewise for the
am admemnt to, become law
Ss. OFFICIALS ON GUIDED TOUR OF HAIPHONG
HIN(10N AP)Seven U .S. Navy men and Masrines were taken
inn ; ly~I guided tour Sunday of H~aiphong. North Vietnam s principal
F i rh pentagon said l'uesday.
fll th~ cm uin am brain tiechnicalm dsuos comi remove o
(s ee rcrted ci dea3n Lint(heu and were taken to a park. They were forbidden to take
plcturres of a larger crowd of North Vietname~se who swarmed around them.
T'he men characteriied the North Vietnamnese reaction to them as beins
)tnc~ funo ity wit elitlke disceraniblae emotion."the Peweegnu m tobu
br d..mne souvenirs, paying for them with Hong Kong coupons exchanged

TRIlPPING OF FEEDER CABLES CAUSES N.Y. BLACKOUT
,,/i )A wdespre~ad poe fiu ht sectionsso the
the fire department said it was sending emergency generator equipment
toi twc, opitals.
Subway trains have? their own source of power, but the failure knocked
o ut il c epon s > ensmrn n n d the blackout apparently resulted


CONSUMERS BEING MISLED BY BIG CITY PAPERS
ea ASH p dTONo (AP thrAgcr currtre Secretary Butu sarsptes r h
increase in 2o to 2s years; but the Secretary told an agriculture outlook
conferencee in Washington today that consumers are being misled about
farm prices by big city newspapers.
fButz say th anuary price risedwill bedic loed in ae rrteh ong repn
a 24 to 36 pert cent increase in the annual food bills of consumers. But, he
said, such a projection is grossly unfair and does not take Into account
seasonal variations and the vollatility of farm prices.
TA TRANSMITTER -- ONLY BUGGING DEVICE

Th mas MorG Nsays wat e rlie wa caledfa pirspticmt red tr nmte
found recently in his committee hearing room was a non~ommedrcl
hugging device, and he says its hatteries were dead. The Pennsylvania
D~emocait says he has no information how it got there.
Republicans lost a round in the Senate Rules Committee in their effort to
guarantee the G;.O.P. one third of all committee staff positions. They say
they will carry the fight to the full Senate. But the odds are strongly
against the .
AIRLINE CLAIMS EVIDENCE OF SABOTAGE
PORTOI'SP'AIN, TRlNIIDAD (AP') Arawak Airlines says it has
'defnite evidence of sabotage' of its services between Trinidad and the
neur by island of To~bago. The statement by the airline came in the wake of
a resotlutio~n adopted by the General Council of the Ruling People National
Mlrlr calling for action i, provide safe Efficient and reliable domestic

WASHIING;TON (AP) The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday declined to
review the conviction of Sirhan Bishara Sirhan for the murder of Sen.
Robert I. Kennedy.
Sirhan s lawyers claimed in an appeal that police had searched his
aohrs hoe dmcnconstitution Ilt aft~etrthe 168 shooting and that there
The court rejected the appeal 7-0 without comment. Sirhan is serving a
life secntence. Her initially was condemned to execution but wase resentenced
after the Califomrni Supreme Court outlawed capital punishment.
Kennerd) was slainr June 5, 1968, at the Hotel Ambassador in Los
Angeles after winning the state's Democratic presidential primary
I'ollowing the! shooting, police searched Sirhan's bedroom in his
mother s home in Pasadena without a warrant. They recovered notebooks
containling an entry, "RFK must die?." and used them at the 1969 trial
MONITORING STATION SET UP ON DORMANT VOLCANO
LONDON (AP) British Royal Navy helicopters airlifted nearly ten
tons of seismographical equipment into a dormant volcano on the
Caribbean island of St. Vincent Tuesday to se~t up a monitoring station that
will warn islanders of eruptions.
The De~fense Ministry said squads from the aassault ship Intrepid
lowered the equipment to the edge of a lake inside the crater of the
volcano, Soufriere.
The lake's waters boiled three years ago in what experts feared would be
an eruption, but the volcano did not explode.
Soutriere last erupted in 1902 and I,500 islanders died,
SUSPENDED SENTENCE FOR MERCY KILLING
LE:EUWARDEN, THE~ NETHERLAND)S (AP) A woman doctor found
guilty of 'mercy' killing her 78-year-old mother was Wednesday given a
suspended sentence of two weeks' imprisonment and put on probation for
two years.
The doctor, Mrs. G;eertruida Postma-Van Bswen, had been charged with
wilfully taking the life of her mother, Mrs. Marginal Van Boven-Grevelink
act her explicit and senous request" on Oct. 19. 197 1 by injecting her wvith
an overdose of morphine
The court was told that the mother was incurably 111.


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SCOTCH WHISKY-by

DE WAR S


Distributed by BUT~LER &I SANDS
Availacble throughout the Bahamas


Hospital supenrviors sad she
appaerently ws not inlured in the ON TH aZe
incident.
Tlhe alrtheu sid the Boeing 737BA AM8
jleltcrre/d 85 passnenges t
Pittsbur~h and 64 on to I I 1AT LOCAL STORM) NEWSSTAND
Youngstown.





The 200 yer ol


PURITY BAKERY LIMITED


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duties include guarding foreign
diplomats were dispatched
along with the regular po ice.
As they arrived, one of the
five Commission hostages
inside sprang free from his
captors and sma shed through a
plate glass window.
Carr revealed to legslators
that it was only after the gun
play was over that police
realized their adversaries were
carrying dummy guns.
When the officers first got
into the building, Carr said, the
immediate sequence of events
went like this:
"Two officers were
threatened by one intruder
with a gn. They took cover
drew their weapons and
warned the man they were
armed."
He said the man was shot
dead when he moved across the
room still aiming his weapon at
the police.
Carr went on: "The two
oficers then went further it

thr aend by athe ma
ai atene gun. He as asao s
and subsequentlyddied. nadr

surrendered as his companions
lay dying in the pools of blood
on the Commission floor.
suMeore itunti rm di po ic
untied several Commission
staff trussed up as hostages by
the raiders. The police took

lasg ktnivos d m oade sp
filled with acid

Theemhostages anullthde tt
mntruders were treated for
shock and minor injuries.

pol cceme Iad benC st to h
Commission building with
guns. Only two fired them.
no tih cpoli eadnos onot
-than rubber truncheons. They
are issued firearms only under
exceptional circumstances.
Police said 11 shots were
fired in all.
Carr told Parliament the
motives of the intruders were

nPo iem ofcaitj ds osed that
exactly eight minutes elapsed
from the time an emergency
India House phone call told

tremss 'annd t s on ou


A I 5-year-old boy
surrendered after detectives
shot dead his two companions,
Home Secretary Robert Carr
told the House of Commons in
an emergency statement
Commission officials and
Police believed the attackers
were Pakistanis.
The Commission is the
equivalent of an Embassy. The
seven-storey, grey stone
building has been the target of
demonstrations in recent day;
by British-based Pakistanis
angered over the detention of
about 90,000 of their
countrymen in India since the
Bangladesh Civil War.
Unconfirmed reports said
the inva ers, w threatened
detectives with Japanese-made
fake revolvers, tried to take
hostages in what might have
been a bid to ransom the lives
of Indian diplomats for the
freedom of Pakistani prisoners.
Can lad the d adU en wr
sources sai their names were
Dhalvi and Ghausuddin but did
not specify their nationality.
The shooting and the f c

commission were not carrying
real firearms immediately
revived controversy over the
carring of guns by British
The swoop of the
Commission at the Aldwych,
an intersection where the
stad bomwnstoFleet Stn e
into rush-hour chaos. Three
bridges across the Thames were
sealed off to prevent the
raiders from escaping. Huge
traffic jams built up in
surrounding streets.
The invaders burst inside at
about 9:30 a.m. They tied up
some early arrivals among the
staff and "knocked others
about, pokiensaid.me nte

Commission flashed an alert to
Bow Street police station only
300 yards away. Trained police
marksmen drew guns from
senior officers and dashed to
( he Commission building.
Special police units whose


,


YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO (AP)- The search continued Tuesday for an
unidentified woman who apparently saw birth in an airiner restroom and
then left her baby ~jammed into the toilet as passengers left the plane.
rouUn cle nu c one abr t 8. Deputes said a stewardess had
plane discovered the baby girl later. reported a woman wearing a "bulky
She was reported in satisfactory coat" who had gotten on the plane
condition at nearby Warren General at Pittsburgh, but her identity was
Hospital. not immediately known.
The Fm was called into the cas United public relations director
Monday, although the Trumbull Tom G;ermuska in Cleveland said
County sheriffs department was that the airline employee who
handling the investigation, deputies discovered the baby in the rear
saidUnited Air Line representatives lavatory toilet had just come
said they turned o~ver passngellst aboard the plane for routine
to the sheriffs~ offce. inspection and cleaning after
The airline said the baby had passengers deplaned.
apparently been born sometime He said only the baby's head was
during the flight from Washinlton, visible in the commode and that
D. C., throughI Pittsburgh to one worker held the child by the
Youngstown late Monday night. head to keep her from falling
The airline said the flight from through a other workers
Washington to Pittsburgh took 59 dismantled the fixture to free her.
minutes and that the seod leg At the hospital the baby was put
took 37 minutes. Hospitaloffcials immediately Into an incubator,
said the baby appeared to be little although the hospital said later the
more than an hour old when she baby was faB term and appeared to
was brought In. weigh about five to six pounds.


COLUMBlA S. C,
(APF-Presdent Nixon predicted
Tuesday history wil prove that
America was right when "wea stuck
it out" n Vietnam and said the
settlement there brightens
prospects for lasting world peace,
Abtddesng the South Carolina
eneanl assmbly, the first state
legistrem to adopt a mrelution
halnln the Vietnam peace accd,
Nixon said the United States ended
its role in the wa with honour lad
with the respect of aies and
adversries alike.
"Because of whalt we did in
Vietnam it is my fir conviction
that the United States can now
exrcise more effective laderhip
in the cas of world pac," the
Presdent said,
It was the chef excutive's firt
fuB-fledgd public address in the
nearly four weeks dune the
Vietnm aord was signed, ad
White House Ides arrangd for Mm
to give t in a state that Gov. John
West called "the heart of Aserican
patriotisml." .
The Pr~sidnt read a letter be
said he recetwd from a CaYfornia
mother wbose son died in Vietnam.
Theb mother, whom he did not
Nnam, praised the "honourabl
perac areement" and si:
"Had you agreed to anyt~Ng
tess you would hav let down not
only ties boys memaning iN
Vietnam, but also those who died
in the war ... we feel that our on
James would haw felt as we do,
and would haw supported your
Aides sid the letter was from
Mrs. Lou is Amendols of
D~owneyt, Calif.
The cMef executive also quoted
from a cable he sai he secived
ftom one of tim seturning prisoness
of war, Air Froce Maj. Robert
Dau~htrey. "Tfhank you for
returning as with honour," Nixonr
quoted the able. ".. God beles
you. God bles Amaerica.
The cefe executi's reception
at the airport, along the motorcade
route and in de South Carolina
house chasaer was warm and
friendly.
The govrnor, n introducing
Nixon, hItaled him as a"mm of
pec~e" and prahed Mm for HM
"new stbility you ar cntreain in
"rrn' hiat traeud te hhte~ry
of what to called "this terribly
difficult war" and said the United
States beame involved "far a very
Ntig purpase.W
"It was very simply, to preet
the imposiion by force of 8


asrtw our oal and we


acehievd that goal, and we can be
proud that we stuck it out until we
did reach that goal."
The President said America
demonstrated it was withsn "to
stand by a small weak country,"
and in doing so earned the trust of
alies and the respect of two
potential advasaries.
"So I say to you ... as we look
to the future, the chances for us to
build a peace that will last are
better than they haw twen at ny
time since the end of World War
II," Nixon said.
But he urged that as efforts
toward peace are pushed, "lt us be
sur that the Plrsid~ent .... nevr
soes to the nesotiating table
represnting the seond stronest
nation in the world."
He called for national unity,
saying "th h i one country, and let
us aB workr to make it one country,
incause It s one United States of
America that cn lead the world to
peace, the kind of pecre that all of
us want in tin years ahead."
As in has bequently since the
POWs begm returning Nixon
saluted tim courage cad sacrifies of
the prisonew.
When he landed at the Colunable
e~airt on route back to
Waslagton bom a fiv-day Florida
stay, the President ws prsnmted a
plaque by Mrs. Robert Bagly, wife
of an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel
stWl held in a North Vietnamse
prison camp. She said the plaque is
"a token of our faith in you ad
your Vietnam policy."
Nixon resonded by praisng the
bnrawy of the women behind the
prisoner wives, daughters nd
mnothers and that "al of you
kept the faith."
After his speech, Nixoni returned
to Washnstan.


ISRAEL MAY CS DW
NATIIONAL AIRLINE
JERUSALEM (AP) The IsraelI
government warned Monday it
would clos El AI, the national
airline, in 24 hours unless strildng
mantenance bosees so back to
work.
The warning came after an
emetrgncy cabinet meeting to
discuss the strike, which has
continued in deflance of lbour
court injunction issud against the
strikers earier in the day.
The maintenance superviser
haew a long list of demand which
tiny ay are twin ignored by
governmet and labour offcial
now working out the 1973-4
national wage policy.
The srike began Sunday night,
and 24 hours later all El AI planes
were grounded.


fom hundred ycm. rsdnc mnowrnually in k
Le~io~unnie by the tens of thousands marchd rcnros
plains deserts ad mountams. ad stall had the strength

-Inr A dcn omay W1inno ari~ to (Ida
twas back at the tum of the present century. when
he,~ to nir HuhorHe rmc ra o )epo ur 3mdo
Engish He went through the muajo Latin histories. And
then ~sarhchd themanusc~riptsoft obsucurloanw riters
T b d marchig and mgdtH ratin of the
loman sodkfr was to pounds of tieo gran whea rl
s~~ dowh (w I t m' rwsa porlbl mh


wentMd whathr o~t r met. In fact, Casar
toe ndwehh~ meet wh n. thcn grcan lac se
The done went to wak ai produced a r of
cowl non wo ~ ne r her n rd n m
bra. pure golde honey. Tie m resl: odayr s oma
atr and a cerceit ad thi miture.
vitanmin and minerals, w~ith 209.mo proeln t n ri
nay breads. It has a heary. nuty crnchy Ravortt au'
ud5m ot hn onrd sandwiches, teast, Frech
at an th most deiklous brr to calongn broma
Oh, uy, 2,000 years


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Castellatiss If Miss


68LD NIICES 8-MINUTE LONlr-,N DRAMA


NO DETAILS GIVEN,BUT-



Laos govt. agrees


to cOR 88 Ire WIt





By Peter O'Louglint
VIENTIANE, LAOS (AP) The Royal lastian government
aRRotanced Tuesday it less reacMe agmeanent with th
COIREUnill Pathet L80 OR 8 Ceage-flRe ater IrON titan a doesde
of Laotian fighting overshadowed by U.S.and North YietnarmeSE
interveation 18 the tiny, iandickd id Io.
The official Vientiane 28 under terms of the Vietnam
government radio said the peace agreement.
agreement would be signed in In ex pl aining the
ceremonies at 11 am* agreement with North Vietnam
Wednesday 11 p.m. Tuesday and the liet Cong signed in
EST in the office of Paris Jan. 27, Henry A.
72-year-old Premier Souvanna Kissinger told a Washington
Phouma. It garve no details of news conference that
t agreent "American prisoners held in
The government radio did Laos and North Vietnam will
not say when the cease-fire be returned to us in Hanoi."
would become effective. Some * * * *
reports, including one from the TOKYO (AP) The Pathet
official Sovaet news agency Lao radio announced that an
TASS, said it would be at noon agreement on restoring peace
Vientiane time Thursday. and realizing national concord
There was no official in Laos was initiated Tuesday
confirmation* afternoon by representatives of
The bilateral agreement the Vientiane government and
comes 25 days after a Vietnam the Pathet Lao, Peking's
peace agreement was signed in Hainhua news agency reported
Paris by the United States, Wednesday
North Vietnam, South Hsinhua qu oted the
Vietnam and the Viet Cong. A Pathet Lao radio report as
ces-fire w declared i an n ul
Vietnam on Jn. 28, and than sainrin Pumi Vongvichit,
following day President o special plenipotentiary envoy
N Prcam uiael of chairman of the Lao
truce in Cambodia. patriotic front Prince
But the shooting and Souphanouvong and special
Itoodsh ed are not stopped in adviser of the delegation of the
While U.S. warplanes have Lao patriotic forces, and Mr.
halted their attacks in Phsug Phongsavan, special
Vietnam, they have continued plenipotentiary representative
raids in oLaos and Cambodia od Prince So vnna Shu n

defese dpartentJerr W. Phouma at his residence in the
Friedheim, said in Washington capital of Vientiane at .16:15
that U.S. bombing operations hours this afternoon.
In Laos have not y halted. myreAft r exahaenging vi es ta

knowledge, it is gi on sides once again read all the
today," Fr edheim gomg provisions of the draft
REFUSAL agreement on restoring peace
Lt. Cmdr. Medford D. and realizing national concord
Dorsey, information officer for in Laos, which was under
the U.S. Pacific Command in consultation. Both sides held
Honolulu, refused to say that the draft agreement is
whether the American strikes correct and expressed
were continuing. The satisfaction with it. Then, Mr.
command issued a statement Phoumi Vongvichit and Mr.
sain onlhatn mre strike afen a o gvn tinitiate tho
The United States ha been in the presence of Prince
bombing in Laos since 1964. Souvanna Phouma, and agreed
The defense department lists that it will be formally signed
more than 300 American at the residence of Prince
servicemen missn there* Souvanna Phouma at I 1:00
North Vietnam has turned hours a.m. on February 21,
over to the United States a list 1973.
of seven American military "Mr. Phoun Sipasenth, head
men and two civilians held of the delegation of the Lao
prisoner in Laos. They are ~Patriotic forces, was also
scheduled to be freed by March present at the meeting.,,


2Asians armed with .1 r
e a


fake gun a killed by

pOIIce at Indxa House

By Donald Forbes
LONDON (AP)--There Asian youths wielding dutmay
Irvehrs anadaa andm bdw inddId' l

kidbyBithpoliebies


TIM III 11


By Fred Colematn
LONDON (AP) The price of
gold hit record highs in Europe
Wednesday, after gaining a
phenomenal 10 dollars an ounce in
the week since the U.S. dollar was
devalued. The U.S. currency was
we ker snh trdmone markets.
tise in the gold price to "mainnly
speculative business", meaning that
sooner or later another run on the
dollar was expected which would
send the gold price up further.
In London the price of gold rose
2 dollars an ounce Wednesday
morning to an all-time high of
78.50 dollars. That put the price of
the metal exactly 10 dollars an
ounce hither than it stood here on
Feb. 13. the day the dollar was
devalued. In normal times the price
of gold varies by only a few cents a
week.
In Zurich, the other main bullion
market in Europe, the price of gold
hit 77 dollars an ounce in morning
trading, a record high there.
Both London and Zurich are free
markets, meaning the price of the
metal is allowed to move up and
down freely according to supply
and demand. Speculators, industrial
us he andm jwellers buy the metal
Th e free markets are
kept separate from government
dealings conducted at the official
prices of gold, now 42.22 dollar an
ounce. But the two markets re
reatd December 1971 when
President Nixon first devalued the
dollar, he did so by raising the
official price of gold from 3s
drolars to 38 dollars a otuncem The

Jduomia adn oumce, a sdr of r I
per cent, re h next two months.
This time the connection has
We ne wollr dmevauto ri
the official gold price from 38
dollars to 42.22 dollars an ounce.
fn trem nrke prial mpoulkmore

thuat n 191th eoar de I uaibe
was achieved after nearly five
meoontsistons. A the noaprsdo t
Nixon termed the Smithsonian
d val eti n "th tgraea tu dno i
achievement in the history of the
world." It was then expected to
st ut 14 months la or the Uni e
Smithsonian Agreement was dead.
This time Nixon himself cautioned
that the devaruation was only a
temporary solution to international
monetary pro lms.
since then indica es that sygokilpnk
are betting on more monetary
god hy stand to mke prboi in
not future cmrec realignment
In Frankfurt Wednesday the
jump in the gold price was even
higher than London, more than two
dollars an ounce. The metal rose to
78.71 dollars an ounce there, up
from 76.53 dollar Tusday.


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NvuLLIs ADDICTS JvURAE IN VERBA MAGISTIn
Being Boural To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publtsher/Editor 1 903 1 914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH,O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributingl Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B ,
Pueulaker/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Wednesday, February 21, 1973.


EDITORIAL


Rhat is enrOM( *


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
f This is the second article in a series I am writing on the
all-important question: What Is Enough? Where lies wealth?
Where is happiness to be found? They tell about life with my
mother and are a continuation of three stories I wrote on this
subject last September.)

YESTERDAY I wrote about a small kingdom in the Himalayan
mountains where the people had what they considered "enough".
These people lived long and happy lives that were not beset
wit zthe pressures and problems associated with our so-called
civ iaions.
What is the stage of "enough" that makes some people happy
with little .... and that stage of not ever knowing "enough" that
makes other people miserable in the midst of plenty?
If you can find the answer to this question and apply it to your
own life you will be a happy man even though you may not have
More than the barest necessities of life in material values.
I*+**++***
You may recall that just before the September 19th election I
:wrot tthre sories about my mother under the caption: "Who
'Was ~ ~ ~ MyMte
I wrote those articles because of questions raised on a public
'platform by PLP's Arthur Hanna, who wanted to know why I
:often referred to my father's side of my family in this column
Sand not to my mother's.
This was not true, of course, because some years ago I wrote a
Series of stories about life with my mother who, although she has
been dead nearly 64 years, still holds a dominant place in my life.
She died when I was ten but her spirit is with me daily, especially
Sin times of stress. ,,,,

I said at the time that the three articles I wrote in September
Were enough to serve the purposes of the question raised by Mr.
Hanna.
But I feel that ~it might be useful at this time to tell you the
qualities in a home .... however poor .... that can enrich the lives
of a family. ,,44

My mother seemed to have a magnetic quality. She had the
ability to impress people without making any conscious effort.
She made such a deep impression on people that .... once having
:imet her ... they never seemed to forget.
You will recall in my story that Norris Drudge told me recently
That he still has a picture of my mother that he keeps in a jewel
case on his bureau. He said that every time he opens this case he
looks into her face. This picture was given to him by his mother
Many years ago.
It struck me that Norris was too young to remember my
mother and so I asked him about it one day.
"No," he said, "I never knew your mother. I was born just
-about the time she died. But my mother talked so much about
her that I feel I know her and that's why I treasure her picture.
:She must have been a wonderful person."
After my mother died my father married again to a much
younger woman. My stepmother always spoke with deep
affection about my mother, almost to the point of reverence. She
too was a fine woman.
It was really amazing how much my father's second wife loved
her predecessor.

I suppose that a person's real personality is reflected in the
things he -- or she does,
My mother was interested in music. She played the harp. I
:don't know of anyone else in the Bahamas who was interested in
:this instrument.
The harp is associated with heavenly things. It has always
seemed natural to me for my mother .... a deeply religious person
:1.... to select the harp as her instrument.
She was not highly proficient as a harpist but she could strum
.out a melodious tune and my father sang.
There was music and religious devotion in our tiny home.

My mother loved roses.
A rose gardenl in Nassau .... except among a few people in the
island who were considered wealthy .... was a rare thing in those
days. Most of the w:althy families lived on East Hill Street and
West Hill Street in properties that were hidden behind high stone
walls.


SWhatever beauty was behind those walls was for the exclusive
enjoyment of the owners of these properties and their friends-
Not so with my mother's garden.
We lived in a cottage on Shirley Street on a part of the present
site of The ~Tribune.
This cottage was built by my grandfather. His children were
oorn and grew up there. My brother and sisters and I were all
born and grew up there. Our yard was small but my mother made
it beautiful.
The house had a small front porch and an arbour ran the full
length of its western side.
My mother trained a rose bush along the entire front porch and
another rose bush covered the arbour.
The vine on the front porch produced a delicate white rose of
Sgrea fragrance, while the vine on the arbour bore a large yellow

These roses must have been native to the island because, since a
great many choice varieties have been imported to the island in
recent years, they seem to have disappeared from the local scene.
Nowhere have I found a rose more fragrant than my mother's
white rose.
**+****+***
The seasons seem to have changed. There seems to be no real
rainy season in Nassau nowadays.
At that time it was said: "April showers bring May flowers". It
seemed bound to rain in April. And so, during the month of May

mhy meoth Ir Swir wsch pr usibl that the front porch seemed
'!o be covered with a white sheet and the sweet aroma travelled


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Hatchet Bay The Bahamian Way


Wednesday, February 21, 1973.


"'eopnlwenae from miles around to see mother's roses.
We would sit on the front porch at night, completely concealed
fromhview, std iler the ad ring cmmenths ofd pe lebwho stod
mother had created for us.
Remembering this, I have always been opposed to high walls. I
feel that the beautiful things in life should be shared.
There was no such thing as a florist's shop in those days. And
so, when anyone wanted roses, they would come to my mother's
garden and she would send them away.with an armful of fragrant
blooms. Price: six pence. Ner mor*

My mother had a natural talent for art. Her one subject was
roses. She never painted anything else. She worked in water
colours, specializing in table covers.
Back in those days a small glass-covered table was always an
item of furniture in a home. My mother painted table covers to
be placed under the glass. She gave her work away to friends.
Someone told me recently that he still has a table cover, that
my mother gave to his mother. Somehow I can't remember who
told me this. It might have been Norris or was it Amy Stuart and
her sister Ivy Kamler?
I am not sure.
I hope the person will refresh mry memory.
I seem to remember so many things. Why should I have
forgotten in this case?
I suppose it means that the old head is wearing out. The first
sign of age and decay.

toMy mother liked people. Just about every night friends came
The children were not chased away and told to go to bed. We
were allowed to sit on the floor or lie on a carpet in the parlour
and listen to the grown-ups exchange stories. We were even
encouraged to share in the story telling,
The streets were lighted with a few oil lamps in those days. The
island .... even in the heart of the city .... was spookyafter dark.
In these surroundings people were bound to see ghosts, better
known as "sperrids".
And so our visitors talked mostly about the latest ghosts they
had seen. My father was a great prankster and so, when ghosts
seemed to be out of season, he would create a few to keep the
interest alive. He was constantly creating ghosts for the
stimulation of a friend who was afraid of his own shadow.
This man had seen so many ghosts that there must have been
one behind every blade of grass for him but his ghosts were very
real to him and his stories were told with such vim and vigour
that he was most convincing, especially to a child's mind.
These evenings were really thrilling.

en ertding st ries N adays pol getatnogehrn etotdrin li ge
and talk business or politics .... none of which is soul-stirring.
And when they part they go home empty .... and disturbed in
mind and body.
**********
In addition to all this my mother cultivated our backyard in
vegetables but most of it was occupied by a large cane patch.
Because the water level in this area is high cane thrived there.
Every year mother sold her cane patch to Mr. Daniel Capron,
who had a native fruit and vegetable shop on Bay Street near
Christie Street, for five pounds sterling,
The Caprons and Colebrookes, who were one family, lived on
Dowdeswell Street, just around the corner from our house. A lane
running from Dowdeswell to Bay Street was known as Colebrook
Lane.
'In addition to keeping shop Mr. Capron drove a carriage. He
had a fine horse which he kept well-groomed and in good
condition. While he was hacking on the street, his wife kept shop.
They were nice people.
cSomewhere inte back Cadofrotnhbo heil her aes ed
"Do-do" .... grew up in The 7)~ibune and worked for us all his life.
When he became a young man he found out that one of his
ancestors had been a President of Haiti. He was told that he was
entitled to a lot of valuable land in the Republic.
"Do-do" went to Haiti in search of his inheritance. He returned
.... as he went ... empty handed. And took up his job at The
Tribune again until his death at an early age.
"Do-do" was considered a bit of a simpleton. He couldn't read
or write, but I have always thought of him as a valuable member
of our staff.
Within the limits of his mental capacity he was honest and
thoroughly reliable. We have never had anyone .... before or since
.... who could clean like "'Do-do".
When he got through cleaning a machine you could wipe a silk
handkerchief over it without finding a trace of dirt. And when he
swept a yard there wasn't even a matchstick to be found when he
laid his broom aside.
This raises the question: What is success?
I have always regarded a person as a success who, within the
limits of his capacity, does a job better than anyone else.
Measured by this standard, "Do-do" was a great success even
though he worked only in small things.
*+********
Five pounds was the fixed price for my mother's cane patch.
This seemed like a lot of money in those days.
It was truly a lot of money for us.
More than once the sixpenny bits my mother collected for her
flowers .... and the five pounds from her cane patch .... saved The
Tribune from bankruptcy.
At no time did ny father ever need more than five pounds to
pay for a shipment of newsprint or other material needed to carry
on The Tribune.
My mother always knew when my father was facing a serious
crisis. He would come home with a fierce headache. She would
put him to bed with ice packs on his head. But the real cure for
an attack was when my mother brought out her penny bank.
There was always enough in it to meet his needs.
Into this penny bank went every farthing my mother could


scrape together.
From the three shillings a day my father gave her to run the
house she contrived to save a farthing or two every day.
The farthing could buy a great many things in those days. But
it has long gone out of use because of loss of value.
Oldsters will remember the Times Table sung in the Boys
Central School every morning.
Four farthings make a penny
Twelve pennies make a shilling.
Twenty shillings make a pound.
A farthing was a fourth of a penny .... and it was good money.
Many a farthing bought me a stick of candy or a mango in the
public market.
******L***

ShewaksinbeTHOUGHITSn FR TODAY
Of cloudless climes and starry skies,
And all that's best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and in her eyes:
Thus mellow'd to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
BYRON


appy laTh tibue wrote t,.
your newspaper was solne
years ago when I was' IIn1triat~d
over the leniency oft Sir Ralph
C'ampbe~ll in sente~ncing t'o


Papr8SSIO0


(ni eagii ra sm sething
with r age. t hl\ tI11 me ov the
rape of1 thc crn~ce bea.illumu


expected to lashi arnd burn
Ise seassiv 1 t<1l~ et\ rthl I

under the imnprcss~ion rhat tr
I-. J. Rolle had winrle training in
the U~nite~d States~ of Amelrica


isihT c ulirc I)td he sip th
of tored In L.,nd Isc ape

W1hen1 I lookh at the
dlevdst.!tliln that has beenl done
to, proPerI ty hic~h now, helongs
to, the B;Jahanuanl people I could


1,i Ilith ng iic tl'dllnl mI I)Ine~Ces


ishPrhap~s Sil ft rol 11isi
beault fyingg his lovely old
garden at ( ascadilla!
Ye finds and Little F~ish
11 oack s!!!!
ROSEMARY AMBROSIDNE

APaLYAau


8110 t ? Mi.
EDITOR The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your columns to publiuh the
letter writtenl below.
I am urged to, write this
lettered tohe h~e t i ere t~si (

>sita a Prmeetss Margarret
During the past four weeks 1
was hospitalized at the PMIl,
suffered a frac~tured pelvic
bone to the right hip,T`his was
the result, following an
automobile acc~identt on Locng
Island on Januiary 13, 19)73.

surgical ward in a lcatjscit tis
htate. I regained crc~s iousnaiss
Ih founowing day if ectant 1,
clothed, cover d willhroperd
linen and resting ~omifortably
in bed. In addition, I was niot
left alone, but cared for by a
doctor who examlined mle
thoroughly to determiine miy
illness, assisted by two

fi trmtiime ntuon Itospi alizc~
and my ex erenc wr
becoming mpore ence woe
complex. Surely, I concluded
that this was not the place to
be. I can admit that it too~k
nearly one week to adjust
myself to the immediate
environment.
It did not take a long time,.
hence that my entirreattitudle

aspect, as I observed the
doctors and nurses perform
their various duties.
In my opinion, I amn not
doubtful to state, that our
nurses and doctors are
rewardingly sympathetic.
affectionate and patient.
ntiajd Ilsoasthat this sort tl
same throughout my weeks in
hospital. Their services are at
all times disposed to the
patients. Suffice it to mention
that the meals were moderately
good and on time. It was
always the nurses chief goal to

mr peerisu letane u be hwLn n
changed and the wards were set
ini oder. Indeed it was a good
spI wish to express my sincere


pl et of our l973 story.




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Wednesday, February 21, 1973.


Festival, which began in
Andros and Bimini on
Wednesday, have increased by
over SO percent. A committee

eight islands. This year, the
enst i s fr m lat isln T i
was an overall increase of over
50 percent, he said.
John Churchill, who
adjuldicated in Necw Providence
and Randnd Bahama for the past
il ined pe fr manc~ lie wil h
accompanied on his tour by
Clement Bethel, chairman of


BAHAMIAN COLIN S. WELLS hsas been appointed the new
general mnanger of Caribbean Bottling Co. Ltd., Contract Canners
Ltd., and Aquaroyal Ltd., effective January 31.
mThe announcement wo
vice-president of Wometco
Etie eises Bao lire idntw o
said that the 25-year-old Mr.
Wells is to assume "full 4-
responsibility f or the
operations" of the three
companies, replacing Mr. Philip
Pinder who formerly held that i


Class 10. Gospel or Anthem
smdn f~. I1. Group singing
ote hnGospel or A te
"Settin'-plp" songs or
Bah mianifolk songs.Plyfr
children under 11 years.
Class 13. Quadrille dancing
forCs 1 Quadrille Dancing
foradls. 15. Jumpin' Dance.

07hars 1. Rake and Scrape
Band.
Class 17. Choral speaking for
clG sn I8 Cral speaking for
persons of 12 years and over.


for the Out Islands.
CLASSES:
::::?:,::e i ns snng
Class 3. Fwou-part singing.
Class 4. Mixed quartets.
Class 5. Unison hymn
singing. .
Class 6. Solo s nig
Class 7. Fo r-pnr hymn
sin I 8. Solo instrumental
playing 9. Group instrumental
playing*
In Classes 8 and 9
instrumet ace ee improawed
drum ,t n-tub bass, guitar,


the Music Festival Committee
The team visited Andros
Exra, Long ,san Sa
Salvador, Crooked Island
eMadeadun aanadtonagua, an
The festival in New
Providence and Grand
aen sday, arebegil, a d
contincuee bhrouw bMarchd 14.

Maca l24 mnth euiighbury High
The following are the classes


The youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Wells, the new
general manager joined
na iban Botdiing sCoany e
gr dating Strom G~overnmient
honours He as a
outstanding achievements in
soft drink route management
inoAtl nta, and seinin
management in Jacksonville,
Florida.
In 1971 he wa rduated
from the Sterling Istitute in
Washington, DC, with a
diplm agmet
ipoi nc jo i~neg Cibbean
Bottling Co., Mr. Wells moved
up the ranks from cashier to
route su pe rvisor, sales
supervisor, sales manager, and
most recently, assistant to the
vice-president and general
manager.
LEAD FIELD
In addition to bottling Coca
Cola and its allied products,
Caribbean Bottling Company
has also led the local field in
the production of local
formulas. Mr. Wells has been
importantly instrumental in
the successful marketing of the
now-famous Goombay Punch
which went on the market in
1972 and also Junkanoo Smash
which went on sale in the
Bahamas in December of 1972.
Mr. Wells is a member of the
Bahamas Red Cross Society, a
member of the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce where
he serves on the ecology and
beautification committee, and
is treasurer of the Bahamas
Soft Drink B ot tier's
Association.


TH~E FOURTH in this
season's series of five Audubon
Wildlife Films sponsored by
the Bahamnas National Trust
will be presented Saturday at 8
p.m. at the Teachers' TraininB
College, Oakes Field-
Announcement was made by
Oris S. Russell, O.B.E.,


President of the National
Trust.
Subject of the film is
"Australia's Saltwater
Crocodile Territory", produced
in full colour by Roman
Robert ("Ron") Pawlowski,
Internationally renowned
natural historian, explorer,
author and conservationist.
With its complex network of
tributaries, Australia's Nassau
River, on the west coast of
Cape York Peninsula, drains
the waters of a vast area into
the G~ulf of Capentaria. The
river teems with wildlife,
flowing as it does through the
heart of the world's largest
saltwater crocodile breeding
grounds which extend over 300
miles of coastland and are cut
by 15 rivers and countless tidal
creeks.
The film begins on Walker's
Island which Ron Pawlowski
discovered, charted, and
explored. The island holds a
pelican rookery, some 45,000
nests where the feeding of the
young is a community affair
with any parental bird feeding
any hungry young.
Tickets may be purchased at
the office of the Bahamas
National Trust, 230 Bay Street
(one door West of Blackbeard's
Tavern), or at the Auditorium
on Satulrtinv evamnin


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


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On Air Jamaica, we make you feel so good Beautiful things like a show of isl
you won't want us to stop. And we don t un- ions, modelled by our sun warm
til you reach O Hare. Because Air Jamaica Tropical Birds.
has the only non stop f lights from Nassaul to Lulling and lifting and rollicking i
Chicago, leaving every evening at 5:50 alnd music, recorded right at the source
arriving in Chicago at 8:00 P.M. And we have all kinds of other goc
I'rom the moment you step on board things designed to keep you
goodfeeling things begin to happen. loose until you get to where
Delicious things like dining on Lob- ing. So even if you didn't
inter Port Royal and River Janga with us, call us at 2-1538 ii
Salad, paparya, plantains and Blue or 2-7028 in Freeport.
Mountain coffee. We 11 make time fly.

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WE MM EYOU FIEER000DMUOVER


We~dnedy, Februrcy 21, 1973.


Wif COVies TV widows:


CheS an 'ICOHOl Widow
By Abigeril Van Buren
Ib tm o cman reamr. v. newsr same, em
DEAR ABBY: How I envy those wormen who complain
because their Uinsands are glUed to the TV, waltchingr
football. Mine is glhted to the bottle. Adoholles Anonymous
Iis wonderful for same people, but it is mud to him. He
tried it a few times and never went back.
I could write a book about my life, which has been
nothing but unhappiness for 19 years. We have three school-
age children. I work five days a week away from bome and
have to do all the grocery shropping and errands. When I
prepare a meal that doesn't ault my husband, it lands on
the floor, on the wall, or, on several occasions, thun the
window '
I can't even trust hkn to pay a utility bml. We've had
the electricity and water turned off because the bill wasn't
paid.
I just have to write thds, Abby. I have no relatives to
talkr to. We have no trends. Who wants to associate with
people likes us? He still holds on to his job. It's a miracle
how he can drink all weekend and make it to wlork on
Monday morning. He says a man who works can do what
he wants to do wit h is time off. And that's what he does.
Drinks! Please help me. BLUE MONDAY
DEAR BIA1E: You can't force a man~ to go to A. A., but
yes ca knler how to cope with sa alcoholle mate by
attending ALANON. fThey're listed in your phone book.] I
arge you to go. Dear. They have accomplished weaders.
Also, there is Alateen for teen-agersr of alcoholle paoras.
Aat please give me a progewa report.
DEAR ABBY: To all those horticulturists who talk to
plants, forget it. My wie sand I had our first plant in
December 19MW; we not only put little Fern's flowier-bed by
the phone, we gave her a room of her own. Everything was
just vine at first, but now all of our problems seem to stem
from her. Honestly, she had us eating out of her pakn.
Right after she blossomed-too young to be thinking about
rootbs-se started going out Iwith dates; they wouldn't leat
her alone. Then some nut got her in trouble. We'd force
them to get married, but they would makes a terrible pea.
Nowv her reputation has been soiled and she can no longer
rest on her laurels.
Fern has grown older and doesn't care to get spruced
up anymore0F. She refuse to go out until we give her a vase.
MR.
I may be out on a Simb, but my advice is not to talk
to plants. BLUEIPIORGET~-ME-NOT
DEAR BLUE: Lettoae face it. Year bloomna' pan-Ih-
ment is beyond be-lef. But I dig it. Oak, Budt

DEAR AMBY: A friend of mlae to~d I ae thag i
ago that someone wrote to you and asked: "If a nondatho*
lic attends the funeral of a Catholle, does he have to kneel
and snake ths e s of the cross Ulke the Catholics do? And
you said no, it wasn't necessary. Well, Abby, you are
moain we!
Whenever a person goes into a church other than is
own, he should kneel, cross himself, stand up and sit down
and read the prayers just IIkee everybody else. And not to
do so is to show contempt. SHARTER THAN YOU
DEAR SMARTER: For a non-Catholle to kneel and
make the sign of thse ross without sincerity is not a mark
of "respect"--i's hypocrtical. Furthermore, Cathelles ne>
ther demand nor expect it. Ask a Catholic priest. [I askd
s~eerl, and they all agreed.]

CONFIDENTIAL TO "HURT" IN ATLANTA: Get on
ble back: A man is not responsible for the kirnd of vales-
slaes he receives. If he had something to hide, he never
would have breaght it home.


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THE BAHAMAS
TRANSPORT Distributive
and Allied Workers Union
and the Ministry of Health


Monday signed a recognition
agreement covering hospital
workers. The previous
agreement was with the old


Board of Health and has only
now been updated.
The agreement will cover
casual, auxiliary and some
monthly paid workers
employed by the Ministry of
Health.
Signing took place at the
Ministry's of fices.
Seated from left are.
Maxwell Taylor, secretary
Margarat toM conald sp s.
permanent secretary, Ministry
of Health; L. L. Parker, Chief
Industrial officer. Standing
are: Irvin G. Ramsey (left),
uin teasurerianrd fi )cin




~~OOICIDTIO T

S UDIS. gSE
DOES our present system of
education de -humani ze
children or does it help them
to become creative persons? Is
the present system of
examinations too ruthlessly
competitive? Does it put too
m t:ch emphasis on
individualism and therefore
pro ve de functi onal in
Bahamian society?
These and other questions
ae nieyt oed seuus atoa
the "Aims Of Bahamian
Education" to be held at St.
Augustine's College next
month. Panel speakers will be
the Rt. Tev. Michael Eldon'
Bishop of Nassau and the
Bahamas, the Hon. Livingstone
Coakleylt Miitr of uadt o
Curry, Headmaster of Aquinas
College, who will also act as
panel Chairman.
The panel is scheduled for
March 12, at 8 p.m. in the
college auditorium, and is
big sponsored as part of te
Permanent Diaconate of the
Diocese of Nassau.
Father Sil van
Bromenshenkel, director of the
Diaconate programme,
emphasized that the aim of the
meeting is to "direct public
opinion away from the
negative criticism of our
schools which often does
injustice to the many teachers
who are striving heroically to
cope with a very difficult
situation, and to move in the
direction of a positive
exchange of ideas to seek
better ways for parents,
tec ets rd clergymen to
"The questions we have to
ask," he said. "are how can we
aprecatci n pupihisa pe sna
worth? flow can we free
children from the false values
as aed ofthemme ees an com
their family origins? "


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e.
od-feeling
nice and
you're go-
fly down


No.1 Rice in the Bahamas Mahanai
L.ONO OR~AINRI
ALWAYS COOKS UP LIGNT AND FLUFF16Y


e siW Wr Ibunt


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DC~L Qbb~-

,, ~kC~L -~L~4L1


Spleial ~


Hospital workers sign new agreement


For Only )ig~.


"Trade in Accepted Towards
Daw Pymets


ROSETTA ST REET
TWO DOORS WEST OF
MONTROZSE AVE


BABY SP~aE lIies LB. 75e


DAlISHl F8il 1811 RBAS'T LI. $50


# Z IE PARP 68tT 18 ~ti I


KIDNSY AND BLADR'l

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Wednesday, February 21, 1973.


QJttP ~ribuno


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I


BA HAM ATAHN
S UP ER MAR KETS
If it's value you really want,
you really want Super Valuel


.U.S. CHOICE
Perlb 1.99 Round Roast


"WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE AT OUR
REGULAR LOW PRICE YOU GET THE
SECOND BOTTLE AT HALF PRICE."


GREEN GIANT
IBE8ENG ANCORN oo,. 2/900
GR~EE PEAS looz. 2/00

S SMETPIES 26-oz Q50

C FISH FRISR BRA6NDILT 1-z. 950
(DANISH) FRISCO BRAND HADDOCK
FISH FILLETS 16-oz. $1.00
MINUTE MAID
OR ANGE UICE 6-o,. 2/790


SPECIALS
FEBRUARY
25TH, 1973.


FOR THE WEEK< ENDING
22ND, THROUGH FEBRUARY


I .

,


9 vegetar


*Is


1
~J~T~I~:EI~L'


DIRICHU) gOUR
rrru~rum


CHUM
1.59 DOG


1
*
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BAHR AbMo TISSU E


1soz 4/894


FOOD


PerIb


694


MAPLE LEAF
1.99 Bologna Sausage
1.69 Daisy Cheese (DIANISH)


YORK(
Per Ib .62 SALTED


S RAY STARCH
BARRBEQUE SAU


7 (
59C


PEANUTS 13oz


Perlb
Per Ib


COLGATE
Perlb .99 TOOTH PASTE


C


Large


(IANISH)i SUNGUI
.29 ORANGE


DRINKl20oz 2/I99C


VIM CLEAN SER 20


Perlb


(1~1~


*IS


ag


(DANISE T CEERT 2o


s9


$.39


KOTEX


3/894


SUPER 24's


Globe SARDINES


SAGH ETI


RED BRILLO 5s 3/594


oo*,r 1,89


15s/-or 2/894


VIVA Jumbo
PAPER TOWELS


$2.29
4/994


2/89C PAMPERS DAYTIME 30's
17-oz.
ICE T EA GLASSES
2/99C


Regular


DOLE 46-oz
PINEAPPLE


JUICE


490

75C


each


750


8-oz


1-Ib


6-oz


6-oz


2-Ib


U.S. CHOICE
Porterhouse Steak


U.S. CHOICE
22-oz 69e T-Bone Steak
U.S. CHOICE
E 18soz 69C TopRound Steak
-oZ 2/794 /~/ Tip Ro ast


PerlIb 1.79 Salt Pork


hdlr


1. IETR EHEWA RON


CriSCOSHORTENING 3lb Save 54c


,,o, s/199


I#LTPLE YITAMI V


Ca Sflltef0
B01lgiet SOACP


Js~


GRAPFRUIl each


3/850


ICEBERG
LETTUCE


RED GRAPES Per Lb.


MAPLE LEAF
SLICED CHEESE MILD
850 HOLLAND GLORY BABY
EDAM HEESI 2 I1
DANICA BRAND


1


MAPLE LEAF
WIENERS


b 9. 9


SLICED BOLOGNA


540 BUTTER %-Ib /9
KRAFT CRACKER BARREL EXTRA
69t SHRP H~SE ,., 10z .25
FAMILY FARE
ORANGE JUICE~ %-Gall. ).2
1.6 ~ RABUR7S % Ib.2/9


MAPLE LEAF
SALAMI

VALLEYDALE
HOT DOGS


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BIARAMAS n~ll01AIR HIRST

WILDLIFE FILM SHOW
Saturvus.I-Feb. 24th 8p.m.
Teacherb Training College Auditor~ium


"AISIALIAS S~lll~l CIOBlll~lllllOR

ADM ISS ION:
Adults 52oo Children*1o9o
/Cluldre wh r hra utnl


___~ ___


We have an opening for a

GROUIW HOSTESS/SECRETARY
Personable, with public contact background; typing
and administrative skills required. Previous airline
experience as well as knowledge of German and
Spanish preferred.
Please apply to:
Station Manager, LUFTHANSA P O. Box N-1509,
Nassau, Bahamas.








Pursuant to thle provisions of Section 33 of the
Comnpanies Act, nottice is hereby given that the
Registered Offices of E.. F. G. Ltd. and of
BALMORAL. H-OTELS Ltd. have been
transferred to Suite 701 Balmoral Manor, West
Bay St. Nassau~.
Dated 15th. day of February 1973
G. E. SIMMONDS
Secretary of th~e
above Companies.


SMatinee 3& 5, Evening8::
She's got to cul
SShe's a





Directed by
Screenplay by
Ms. J. E. Franklin



I Starring Brock Peters at
,~Special guest Ruby Der?

PAEN li IL'i:1 O/SCR
Reservations nout claimed
first come, firsts



Matinee continuous from 2 dykrin
I1 Evening 8:30
"CREATURES THE WORLD



I Tony Bonner
S"THE LAST REBEL" PG.
SJoe Namath
Woody Strode
'Phone 2-2534

I SH


Matinee continuous from 2, NWS


HAIL CAESAR
...The cat with the
.45 caliber claws!

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1 I FRED WILUAMSON~ i~. A ue
I PL


'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005 /
t...or cut out.


I




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Lesle Uggams asNetta
o starring Peggy Pettitt


y8:15 will be sold on
d basis.
I

No~w thru Friday
continuous showings from 3
LAY MISTY FOR ME" RI
C'linit Ea wood a



".FRENZY". R.
Jon Finch I
Alec Mc~owen I
<>nc murder 1 7 will be aldmitted



ING g
,ning 8: 30 'Phone 3-4666 W

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S -


F~ EVIL"


BACK BIY POPULAR DEMAND


OW

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wwdnezds. February 21, 1973.


Mentally~ Retarded, will be held

at ')..t) ail. Ilhe inctitute~ was
founded b1 1 adv TIhurlotw.
wife or ILord 'lliriro,\ tormier
Governor of the Bahamnas,
shortly after hier arrival here.
('onduc~ted bi\ membel~ rsr of
tlie Insnlune 11. auc soonn is an
Indlrct appe'~al 11o the public to
he'lp thle mentally retardedcl in
the~ I)hamas~r Saturday's

Mlembe~rs oft this year s
benecff i~lrlt wmace. irresponsible
buisying themse~lves all week
arraningiil donated pieces of
t"L',1s'i"'" s!""nunr~ coo~ck"!
electrical ap~pliances~ In special
settings for publti viewing
which will be held on I hursday
andl rriday .
siuction will aid Int the criclt sn
ofj a proposed buildirna to
house the Institute forF the
Me~ntally Retard~d. Already.
the~ institutes has purchased an
street. O)akes Filclt
Mlrs. P'aul ('ole, c~hairrnan of
the benefit commirnttee, said
that1 "the aimi of the inistitution
will be not o~nly to, care for
c~hrldren, but also to, provide
for otlder persotns and patients
fromn the Out islands "
She said that already. "there
are about two hundred patients
waiting"" to ~e admlifttedl to the
institute. G;roundbr~lreakn is
expected to begin sometime ir
this year
TIhis w aci is
expectedf to b~e jutas
SUCc'essful as the two~ previous
onesoohehum ur 150 fu o
an '" shie said. Memrbers of tle
public attending will be
supplied with refreshmens at a
mnimrital crost and "hot tenI will
be scrved trce." slice sai eMr
Lionel C`hapman, aide de camp
to Sir John Paul, who also will
be assisted by Police


EArRRIED BaTOaDA :
Flavia from Miami; Freeport
oSmAILee oODAY: Freeport
for Freeport.
TIDES
High 9:46 a.m. and 10:10


WEATHER
WIND: North-easterly 12 to
18 m.p.h.
WEATHER: Mainly fair
SEA: Moderate
TEMP: Min, tonight 68
Max. tomorrow 74.
SUN
Rs 6:41 am
Ret s6:07 pa.m


P m
Low
p.m.


C


4:17 a.m. and 4:25


AUCTION ITEMS Mrs. Paul Cole, chairman of the benefit committee, Mrs. Milo
Butler, and Mrs. Marguerite Pindling inpect items to be auctioned on Saturday morning
at Government House at the annual benefit to help raise money for the Institute of the
Mentally Retarded. This is the third year that the auction has been held.


( commissioner John Hindmarsh
and Fire Departmnent Chief,
L~eo Baillarge~n.
antqe < a bsee donoutbedrfo'
the event. a larger number of
other household goods and
nisi ce lla ny crystal,
silverware,, china, both
cloth-bound and leather-bound
books and even a paper-backed
Tribune publication of "T`he
Murdelr oft Sir flurry Oakes,
Ht." whlich once sold at
twenty-five shiillings have
bee~n Jlonated
Itouscho~ld fuirnishings suich
aIs chairs, tables, a maihogany
esc~ritoire, dlraperies paintings ,
caret gien ao the inst tuetea soo
thn auc~tion. F~or the
astronormy-mindecd man, there
ic csven a chlance to place a bid
on a very uound West-Germnan
hule Ieiss telescope with
fThough the itemls are to be
auctioned on Saturday,. persons
unable to attend will be


From Page 3
gratitude and appreciation to
Dr. Wallace, my personal
doctor, including his able team
for their guidance and medical
care. I shall forever be
reminded of the satisfaction
and cheerfulness` which
overwhelmed me on each
occasion when visiting my
bedside. Equally as well, I
will not forget to thank Sister
Strachan and Sister McCarroll
who made it possible that my
110 sw et' aofinement were
Consequently, I want our


nation to know that
Government is doing an
outstanding job in the light of
medical care and attention for
the citizens of this country. I
feel justified in stating that
Government saw it fit to staff
PMH with dedicated, capable,
patient and efficient doctors
and nurses,
As a Bahamian, I am grateful
to our Government for our
doctors and nurses and
very proud of our hospital.
MATTHIA SH PRcAh"
Glintons, Long Island.


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AT


HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS OF ITEMS FROM TEA
CUPS TO TAPESTRIES CAMERAS TELESCOPES -
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS HI FI SETS -- SILVER TRAYS -
POTS AND PANS CRYSTAL PAINTINGS --
ANTIQUES

ITEMS CAN BE VIEWED AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE
BALLROOM THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FEB. 22nd &
23rd FROM 10 A.M. TI L NOON, 2 P.M. TO 4 P.M., 7 P.M.
TIL 9 P.M.


TONY SEYMOUR



THE NITEB EATER'S



BRITANNIA BAR

Monday -- Sunday

Off Tuesdays

?:30p~tmr. Ia..m.


ALL PROCEEDS ARE IN AID OF THE INSTITUTE FOR
THE MENTALLY RETARDED.


THIS ADVERTISEMENT THROUGH THE COURTESY
OF SUPER VALUE SUPERMARKETS.


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S~O OlF UI.NDE~R I 7 ADMIfTTED.


"TOWER O


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Auction for Mentally Retarded Institute on Saturday


allowed to place advance bids of the stems remain after the
on days of viewing. Should any auction, a sale will be held

PAITIENT''S IMPRESSIGHW ABOUT P.H.H.


c~uoti*


SATURDAY FEB. 24th


GOVERNMENT IM USE


COMHE EARLY,'..


AUCTION STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9:30A.M.


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to a boil and simmer for four
to five hours until the meat is
tender. During the final hour,
add a bunch of leeks. well



at theB Ate~r's a P ue
Exch ange. So are tomatoes
and green peppers.
hPotate sand cassava also
head he lit. Tere are
coconuts, thyme, bottled
tomatoes sauce and hot
peppers, lettuce, oranges'
pigeon peas, paw-paws and
pumpkins.

washed

we gs aand st18 inabbbeaef t n
to cover for five minutes or
until tender
Slice the meat on a
serving platter and arrange the
cabbage and boiled potatoes
if you wish around the mneat.
Pour a few tablespoons of the
beef stock over the meat.
Noodles give a new twist to
this cabbage dish. Shred a
cabbage finely. Melt three
tablespoons butter in a skillet,
add the cabbage and cook
covered for five minutes or
until tender. Stir in a
tablesp on flour one-an-a-haf


Large city property comprising I acre of land with
exits on three streets

CONTAINING:-
1 two-storey Colonial style 10-room house beautifully
furnished.
1 wp nt (rttaeedcontaining 2 furnished 1-bedroom
1 separate stone, furnished efficiency apartment (rented).
1 newly renovated stone warehouse,
1 very large wooden warehouse.
GROUNDS COMPLETELY LANDSCAPED
A portion of this property has been surveyed & approved as
a car park for 39 cars. Also, a wholesale liquor licence is
now in effect for the warehouse.
This property is on Virginia St., one block from town
trd oep rmke fomf iech Sitabire fao anbantk, shopping

This is the last piece of property this size, within city limits,
for sale.
Price on request. Contact Jack Christofilis
Phone 2-2421 anytime!


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


FNE FOD IWRKETP0ADDIFR
MONTROSE AVENUE SHIRLEY HEIGHTS
-FREE DELIVERY AND PARKING-
MON.-WED. 8-7 FRI. & SAT. 8-9
THURSDAY. 8-8 SUNDAY MORNING, 8-10 I
P. o. Box621 TE LEPHONE 3-4030



U.S. CHOICE TOP ROUND STEAK( $1.60 Ib.



U.S. CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND STEAK

S1 5 Ib .

H.S. CHOICE SIRLOIN TIP ROAST $1.80 Ib.


8310 clo illvitkS building c~ontrad~oTS to submnit tenders for the
Constrtc~tlOII Of 11 single Storcy 'central Office Bu~ilding (Approximately
1,500 sq.ft.) at G;overnor's Hlarbour, E~leuthera.

(coples Of c~OITract iouncntl nllflSIidinF draitWHgs and specifications
111ay be collected from the E'ngineering and Planning Office, Chase
Malahattan Building, Oakes F-ield, Nassau, or Station Manager,
Governor's Harbour. Eleuthera.

Sealed tenders or written inability to tender should be sent to the
(;eneral Manager, BaTlC'o, P. O. Box N-3048, Nassau, so as to arrive no
later thiia March 7, 1973.


$5.75 to $3.69/
SAVE OVER 30%






Polyester Pon


for Boyst ALL



$9.50 to $5.9
SAVfE MORE THAN 30%




8evef Seve1 SeveI

Infants' Dresses from $3.99


SA VI BIO Ol MAII Y OITHERS


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Wedtnesday, February 21, 1973.


CABBAG;E is still pleatiful
at the Potter's Cay F'roduce
Exchange and it is sill
tasteful and in x ensiva
addition to the dinner table or
buffet supper
Cabbage can be used In any
type of dish from a heart\
net casserole to a chilled
re mehig s a.
Here are a few more cabbage
recipes to help whittle away
the crop at the exchange.
This cabbage stew calls for
good garlic sausage. Cutt a
large cabbage into wedges and
cook in salt water for 10
minutes. Drain the wedges and
reserve the cooking water
In another pot. simmer a
one pound piece of salt pork or
lefo in hwate~rdtotdo erk f
the reserved cabbage cooking
water with four sliced carrots


tour small quartered onions
and four small quartered
turnips. Add the large garlic
\"'ausag and cook f'or half an
hour.
Sau atei butpound of pork

Slice the tg lic saua e, an
Salt pork or bacon. Return the
cabbage. the garlic sausage and
the bacon to the vegetable pof
Add the pork sausages and
cook for five minutes. Serve iz
soup plates
S'IAN D-BY
Ilere is the old stand-b
corned beef and cabbage. Buy
a four-pound corned beef
brisket. Insert six whole cloves
and three garlic cloves into the
Ielt Iuitthte mea ijn ao eav
10 pepron, tobylae
andp rod er i~towoovr IBri


taste. Cook covered for 10
minutes. Add a quarter cup
heavy cream and a cup of
cooked noodles. Heat, blending
carefully. Sprinkle the mixture
with a few drops of lemon

foAdd carawaw sesan ddm
cabbage in wedges and cook in
boiling water for five minutes.
Drain well. Combine a quarter
cup water and a quarter cup
vinegar. Add three diced slices
of smoked ham and a teaspoon
caraway seeds. Stir in the
cabbage and cook, covered, for
an hour over low heat. Sprinkle
the cabbage with a cup of
white wine, two tablespoons
sugar and some black pepper.
Simrnerutcotveee ao raanothe:
heated platter and keep warm.
Thicken the cooking juices
with half a teaspoon arrowroot
mixed with a little water. Pour
the sauce over the cabbage.
PICK LES
Cabbage also makes
excellent picked. Put a head of
cabbage, a red pepper and a
green pepper and one onion
through the medium blade of
the food chopper. Drain the
vegetables well and .sprinkle
with salt. Let them stand
overnight. Drain off the
accumulated w teru rndstir in


fUAimthe oen. Clut
Maynard, is drumming up business
to bring foreign visitors to the
p8ahamas but he has another "ssles
The Minister proposes a "Coming
Hme8 Celebra Man" for shmians
Independence celebrations next
July. To that end he has isued an
appeal to local residents to selnd
ter alt ver urd 1ads elvin g
other countries and, in effect, to
start a chain letter ~oinl by having
those persons send the names and
addmrese of others they may know
in reidenacen ovraies o en
personal letter to each Bahamian
whose name and address he
rceivesto skemessage will urge


to the Minister at Box N-370s,
Nassau.
MUSIC EXAM
DEADLINE
TEACHERS wishing to
enter pupils for the Trinity
College of Music Practical
Examinations and Theory of
Music (Written) Examinations
must submit their applications
no later than 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 7.


teaspoons salt, half a teaspoon many ways with many
each mustard seed and celery flavourings surrounding the
seed, and vinegar to cover. basic finely shredded c~abbage.
Pack the pickle in hot sterilized Combine twoi iupF shredded
half-pint jars and seal. IThis cabbage with half a pound c~rab
recipe will make three or four meat. Mash the yolk of a
pints. r hard-cookedr egg with a
Coleslaw can be prepared teaspoon of atnicholy paste and


IIK w ants meeting to stent


Silill flag IIISCri'IWIti0H


combine the mixture with a
cup of mayonnaise, half a cup
of whipped cream. salt and
pepper. Mix the dressing with
the cabbage and crab mixture
and chill.
Combine a small can of
devilled ham with a cup of
mayonnaise. Add three hard
boiled eggs. four tablespoons
lemon juice. two tablespoons
sherry and an eighth of a
teaspoon each nutmeg and
="'"* a ed exdthehd ni
cabbage. Chill.
Combine a shredded head of
cabbage with two cups diced
apples. a cup ot mayonnaise.
three quarters cup shredded
Cheddar cheese, a quarter cup
each raisins and walnuts. a
teaspoon salt and some pepper.
Add another cup of
mayonnaise and toss gently
Garnish with thin strips of
cheese. ( hill


By Leonard Kirschen
LONDON (AP) The United
I yndm chamber th ship 8
convening of a meeting of ministers
of transport of the 11 nation
consultative shipping group to
duisrusnr masures to stem flaE
Starting its foreign policy airns,
the British chamber said in its
annual report "~One thing seems
a oher i emnde g ver metn
must play a more positive role in
future in the defense of their liberal
shipping policies."
iFlagd dis 8iminadtion is

legislated rules that goods exported
from or destined for their ports,

territr tee ppt ae situaed
These nations also own and
subsidize the ships they favour.
The traditional developed anld
t dustr thiedhshi pin n~atirsns, on
shi ping ist international Ind iord
enterprise.
fTe 11 nations in the?
consultative shipping group were
schet led tsoc ne Ules talbu
mer ne groups are: Frnce, Wtest
Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark,
Greece, Finland and Japan.
sevhel grou al eadtyh has t 3
years dealing with the subject of
nlag iscrimiinadtion.ndmcmbr
I eo cae eon theogovernmEn sm o
Community (EEC) to formulate a
common shipping policy. Most of
the countries in the consultative
group also are in the economic
community .
"As yet, no attempts have been
made in tite community to develop
a common shipping policy but the
immense economic and commercial
strength of its nine member
countries gives it a powerful


opportunity to intluenlce the
removal of no~n tariff harrlers Ito
trade," the chamber iaidl "Suc~h
s instrsas npric~tices of nla
The chamerr point\ orut It ir not
necessar) to w\ai until a\ final
European (common Mlarket
shipping policy has~ been hanmmered
it said Hritish shipowners were
ready now to loan their European
dolayr en nt r ing a bc for th


Palmolive Soap


2 f or 880


-\11


Colgate Tooth Paste

,) 75e


(s ozs.) 2 FOR


.99c
.99c
.89c

.8e


99c
$1.29
.89c


Hudson Paper Towels (large roll) 2 for
Kraft Macaroni Dinner 3 for
Omo Detergent (gliant) 2 for
Delde Tis ueondoubse( Ocozs 3orfor


Cook Book Sweet & Sour Sauce tin
Campbell's Vegetable Soup (10 ozs.) 5 for
Pine Sol (28 oz.)
Crawford & MncVittes Biscuits 3 for
Mr. Clean (king)


OUl ktibant


Cabbage is still plentiful


~- (1s 2.).

a FoR 894


69C Ib.



800 Ib.


BUTTERBALL TURKEYS



N.Z. LAMB LESS whole1



PARKAY SOFT MARGARINE


CRIEEPERS


(regular) 5 for .69c


(16ozs.l


rts



IZES


BIRDEYE'S FRIZEN MIXED VEGETAIBLEI

110azs.l 3 for so


2 for 4 St


CARR 0TS



.LETTUCE


300 head


K IDDY R~AMIA





) ------zi8get the job done-.


C8911
YOUNG MAN between the
ages of 18 and 28 wanted by
Mademoiselle for general
cleaning duties. Please
telephone Mr. Revington at
2-1404 for appointment
C8920
WANTED -- One farmer to live
on farm at Cowpen Road.
Phone 3-6852.

C8904
SALESMAN to sell Chemicals.
Glassware and Janitorial
Supplies. Must have own
transportation. Basic pay. Call
51074 for appointment.


TRADE SERVICES
C8634
r. hoAINTENNAS.eBoosters


1 gls Loe D 5r )sb a
Dewgard Plaza.

C8642
PAT IO AWNINGS AND

A RNIONGTS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS

For ee es iatels an dpdompt



C8010 WON'T BELIEVE IT
UNTIL YOU SEE IT! ABCO S
NE W S UPE R STEAM'
CLEANING METHOD. TEL:
51071-2-3-4.


C8865
1-2 storey building on Soldier
Road opposite Technical
Training Gentre.
2 2 storefibuildings on Wulff
Road opposite Bahamian
Lumber. For further.
Information Phone 42981

C8770
LARGE LOTS
FOR SALE
SANDS ADDITION
BE RNARD FFOAD
Deposit $200.00. Monthiv
payments $100.00. Cash
discount 20%. Call today Bill's
Real Estate 2-3921.
C8662
BEAUTIFUL two bedroorT
furnished a p art m oit
overlooking IMontagu Bay (very
desrasboe are) fe ig o mpeteee

IIl mirrors sliding doors et


exchange in Florida. Call Mr
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime. P. O. Box IV-4635
Nassau.

C8887
WINTON LAND SALE
Pre ideo denc oh c i ns L t


views and access to roads and
uilit es. e uch aprxmt
30% each for quick sale. Will
consider terms. To view call
32110.

C8827
1%h STOREY BUILDING on
Mo t~for tsLe anrir 0 le


ktc~h~en Only $23,000. Phone

C8663
CORNER building lot, main
ra, ver thrar $h 5Current

Mah Kea s, Nasau loristo Lt
P. O. Box N-4635, Nassau, or
call collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime.

C88 Cs

3 8iiiiiiiiii~~~~~~m~ue mio sA completely
furnished in excellent taste.
Carporte, basement, rear patio
All this for only $30,000.00.
ei cnt arng terms. Palmdale

SPLIT LEVEL BLAIR. 3
bedrooms plus den
unfurnished but carpeted.
Spacious -good quality house.
Asking only $64,000.00.

H-ILLTOP SKYLINE Has
POOL & TWO PATIOS. 4
bedrooms, 3 baths separate
dining -- two sitting rooms -
big enough for large family and
high class entertaining. To see
is to appreciate.

WES TWA RD VI LLAS
BEACH RIGHTS 6 bedrooms,
5 baths spacious outdoor
PATIO -- kingsize SWIMMING
PoOOL. Spacious grounds ideal
fo arge family.

CABLE BEACH THE GOLD
onlT. 13 bedrooms, S3Abaths
BEACH -- tastefulom furnished
and decorated. Selling at a low
low price of $68,000.00 -

EIGHTY FEET OF SANDY
BEACH. At Cable Beach. Has 4
bedrooms plus shower rooms
maids quarters Gorgeous views
excellent swimming. Need

aailale. Only $Os5t,0 oc ion

WESTWARD VILLAS rights
to~ Sandy Beach. 3 bedrooms
TIu extra large screened-in
PATIO 2car garage -
complete bedroom and bath
uit maid enclo~si gr urnnd -

Celn Ofa s. Immaculate Was
S 5,000 re uced to
575,000.00.

citpet to aunse we give red
DA.MIANOS Ie selr
estate. Dial 220we3, s228re
'2307 Nite 41197.

C8903
PLOT REALTY CO. LTD.


OnlyT 4 osslf e om,
2 bath, completely furnished,
enclosed landscaped yard.
TO BUY YOUn LOT
CALL


THE MAN FROM PLOT
NEVILLE HANNA
Choose a lot from:
Nassau East
Nassau East North
Eastwuood Estates
Monastery Park


Winton He qhts
Yamacrwv Bach Estate
Bel Air Estates
Colony VIllage East ,
Golden Gates Estat@
Stapiedon Gardens?
Gardn Hill Estate
Pinewuoodl Grdens
Spar Stease Eigates


C8874
ONE REAL ESTATE
SALESMAN should have
previous experience in land
sales and live on project.
Should also have previous
experience with Resort
Development land sales. Please
apply to: P. O. Box N-7782, or
telephone 2-4596.

C8864
THE DELTEC BANKING
CORPORATION LIMITED
require two Chartered
Accountants or Certified
Public Accountants. Applicants
should have approximately five
years professional experience
with a public accounting firm
or an international financial
institution. Must be willing to
travel primarily to Latin

Aemiy to Per onne Dprtmen n
The DeltaiemitdEankinO



C8895
EXPERIENCED Gardener and
Handyman. Phone 5-8052

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Title: CHEF TOURNANT


Reurr ets A s b a
graduate of ar accredited hotel

ho erenceo n athnr or r a r
hotel or similar operation
Salar y: Would be
commensurate with the
aiiy ad qualifications of the

Responsi abilities: Prepa res,


fod stff f c nuo pdio=
Adjuu e theernostatreontrol ers
broilers, stearn kettles and

Crea ng ts ptre n d ids o


Msor r prepared to take over
responsibility from the Chef
Grilliardian. and Chef
Rottiseur dur ng their days off.
forMI make on preparat p

'rteemsenteo e sre red Go d
interested applicant should
apply in own handwriting
setting out details o
qualify ctionsi cId ex~pa incse

Office of Human Resources,
Nassau Beach Hotel, P.O.Box
N-7756, Nassau. Telephone
7-7174

C8898
Security Guard/Chauffeur
required for shift work 8 hours
per day. Applicant should have
at least 3 years experience as a
Chauffeur/Driver and 5 years
experience as Security Guard
Home telephone essential
Ref erences and Police
Certificate required. Please
telephone Personnel Officer at
2-3000.


C8639




Mackey Street
&, Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box NV3714

HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

CON ACT LYMA PII\D R


2-3797, 2-3798
Air ort 77434

C8644 1

TaRO TheL Pumbesr n Whe :e
Robert M. Biey


Te ephoe sa 550.


GRAND BAHAMA

IN FREEPORT TEL 352-6608


IIELP WANTED

2IS NATI ONAL CITY
BAN K requires for its
Mortgage and Real Estate.
Groupidnm Frepaort Mrsttaan

Successfugooadpplicaet uc o a

background and preferably
experience in 'mortgage
banking, finance, real estate
and accounting. Full training
pr gramm nd pil anor young
Interested parties should send
r~esstmee rI iortga~ge and Real
F-2681, Freeporto tlphn
Misselbrook 352-6741 for an
appointment.

C7169
OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE
MANAGER REQUIRED.
MUST BE EXPERIENCED IN
MECHANICAL CALCULA-
TORS A ND ADLER
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS.
PHONE FRE EPO RT
352-6167.
C7168
BAHAMAS BLENDERS
LIMITED REQUIRES A
SALESMAN TO VIStT
HOTELS AND RES-
TAURANTS TO SELL WINE
AND SPIRITS. THE
APPLICANT MUST HAVE
HIS OWN CAR AND AT
LEAST THREE YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN SELLING
WINES AND SPIRITS TO
THE WHOLESALE TRADE. A
COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE
OF THESE PRODUCTS IS
ESSENTIAL L. SALAR Y
COMMENSURATE WITH
APPLY IFN WRITINGET PR %

BAHAMAS.
C7154
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
BAN K requires for its
Mortgage and Real Estate

Ee utive iSecreta wt goo
educational background,
typing and shorthand skills.
Knowledge of mortgage loans,
real estate, conveyancing and
title research would be an
advantage.
Ap ly Msselbrook,x Mortg e

Telephone 352-6741 for, ar
appointment.


C8720
SFOR SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft., 4ft. draft, sreel
hull, 290 tons, powered by
new Cat .343 diesel. 15 ton
crane. Up to date load line
with 2 cargo hatches, one 14ft.
x 24ft and the other 14ft. x
42ft., double bottom, in
excellent shape.
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Dox
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.

C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT,excellent
condition, bargain at $18,500.
Phone 54011 days.

BUSINESS

C85PPORTUNITIES
WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phn -7667 P. 3. Box
on47 2 FRANK ^ E
REAL ESTA se LTD. Le us
take ou on a FREE
complientarytour f an
"'"d ivin tf yo ur holoe van
.no obuig tn tO AuY




C8805







''


.: :




FOR THE BEST IN HOME
C OKED FOOo so bet

known as Ma), Ross C rer
Catering at homes, partial ad
food delivery. Phone 3-4584 "

POSITION WNTfED
C8890 EXPERIENCED,
reliable person with excellent
references will baby-sit
weekends or nights. Call Eliza
at 4.1233.


C8897
Expanding Travel Agency
requires Office Manager/
Manageress, who must have
had at least 5 years experience
with airline or travel agency
and be capable of completely
managing office and training
and supervising new staff.
Salary commensurate with
qualify ications. Interested
persons should write to The
Personnel Officer, P. O. Box
N-3909, Nassau.


SERVICE MANAGER
required to control mechanical
section of large automobile
dealership. Must be able to
control staff, fully conversant
with warranty procedure,
oversee body shop and

em i mente WrteBowo N34
for interview.

C8912
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/
CHIE F AC COU NTANT
Substantial International

proome sonal accousntakr with
supervisory experience and
some knowledge of investment
company activities .
Responsible and capable
io ivina eial post io dfr
Nassau. Applications, including
salary requirement, should be
addressed t The Manager, P.
O. Box N99, Nassau.

C8908
WANTED MAI1D 6 days week.
Salary $40.00, must have
references. Call 22460.


REAL ESTATE

S CR2IFICE!!! New 2 bed/2
bath retirement home,
air-conditioned, utility annex
or third bedroom connected by
brcee way-patio carodre

waterwm Full, teve rok I
sailboats. Four foot concrete
sidewalk to sheltered clear sand
beach. Private paved streets,
rotn aexes. 0o sre charges
Also Cadillac convertible,
paint and body like new,
mechanically perfect, 35,000
miles, with residence $3,000.
J. Stuart Robertson Limited,
No. 5 Savoy Bidg., Box F-93,
Freeport. Phone 352-8811 for
bargains in lots, duplexes,
apartments. Freeport's No. 1
Licensee.



C7156
1969 26' Stamas twin 160
horsepower i/o, fiberglass. Cost
new $13,000.00. Duty Paid,
asking $7,900.00. Telephone:
Freeport 373-2616.

IIELP IWATED
C7171
DIRECTOR OVERSEAS
SALES Must have 5 years
experience in Real Estate and
thorough knowledge of Grand
Bahama properties. Desirable to
have working knowledge of
English, Spanish, Portuguese,
German and French. Straight

SEmR TA Y part time,
with pthy writer at home, use
J. Stuart Robertson (Bahamas)
Limited, P. O. Box F-93,
Freeport.
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE

MASTER MARINER
i Tnd, Cement ComplanOy
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of theDM V slanc Cee~n ",
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
e uivalent Ap )ica ts to


resume of education
ex perience and techn icaj
certification.


in loving memory of our dear
daughter CAROLYN FISHER
died 20th February 1971.
Let the fiery cloudy ill r
Lead me all myp journe
through
Strong deliverer.Be thou still
my strength and shield.
Left to mourn: Family and
friends.


HELP WANTED
C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTER MARINER
Island C~ement Company
Limited, P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in wr sting to the
aoemeaddress giv ng cat l

expeientiln and technical

C8759
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED requires
automotive mechanic with own
tools. Experience with a garage

Previ setexperie ce wit G.
vehicles and/or engines an asset
but not essential. Successful
applicant would be expected to
fill a vacant position with
ample room for advancement.
Contact Mr. J. Smith, Service
Manager for appointment.

C8873
REQUIRED licensed Land
Surveyor or equivalent with at
leastwfour (4)) y~e s expe ience

Please apply to: P. O. Box
N-7782, or telephone 2-4596.


C8866
1-1956 Dodge Dump truck
1 Michigan Pay loader
Office equipment. Phone
42981.
C8871
2 8' x: 10' new tents (sleeps
3-4)
I 10' x 16' tent (sleeps 6-8)
1 -- 2 damper camping gas
stove also cots, etc. Priced very
reasonable. Walter Higgs,
Winchester St., Phone 5-8742
or 2-4391.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C8905
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shidley Street
on the right hand side in the
Easter w itr en e hne I ad


1h9e73 a 00 oMcoc o

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Provirence
having the Number FiYS
( inoiloak Naunmbe Te
Subdivision called and


iln iw gheibitwd in e
registered office of Hilitop
Dier e o p entth Compa y
Narssau in the island of New
Providence the said piece
parcel or lot of land being
bounded icm th~e)Soth de

and running thereon Fifty
uO) feet nthe West by 1-


feembonter S Nort~hnbe si


Bo Number Ten (10) on te
t said Plan and running
thereon One hundred (100)


Mortge date the 20rth day L
of member, 191eweev 12 n t
Caion Norrsis Bryan and Ednith
Mn reo Brf n0 anedo Aecan Lf
reorein the Regisy Ltry of
Reourds4 in Volue 1980 at c
pag bes 97 n to 0 109 t
Tesaeis subec t an reserve
phrieo andte rihtfore the )
Autoeer ran eso n
This boehlf to beid up o tat
pndrce Therm 10% of tle
puchnase pice at thde time of

Dotag ated this 19th dayof
oF ebruryA.D, 1973. bew

Public Auctionemer.ca Lf



1970rd VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN

C88es 7 to19

1970 Chlevrolbect impaa $2600 e
1969e Hiand th ih o
Auctomatc Greeny $875o o
1971 Vauhall tobdu ot

Ato Blue $189 bln o


1967d Couga Yelo $800 o
1973Pontacy Hatchbc 19



1972 VauxhWall Viva
S/W d Au omaicWiteon $2600


1972 Pota etura

19O'9 Hilioseis as
WieAutomatic 4re Dr.$95
1970 Chvel 2r R Dr.Auo

4 Dr. Sleda Blu/Wit$500
1971 Vauxhall Victor
49 3 MAt Dre. in1800


Blue,20m s A/Ce $8450
S uTrmade-en Welcoed 82

L90 ocatd as F10 eield
Wht uoaiht e e3 8se
C8920 Ceel r uo


1966 FORD MUSTANG, bi9
tires, mags, cam, etc. Going for
only $1,250. Owner leaving
island. Phone 5-1606.

C8896
1966 MUSTANG convertible -
automatic radio. Good
condition. $850 ONO. Own
leaving must sell. Phone 286
day 31240 evening.
C8919
1967 FIAT Sports Coupe.
i $00.R. ing- Telephone
280907 fR. K8 30 a.m. to 5.00
p.m.
USE THE TRIBUNE
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING


C7167
WATCH R EPAI RM EN/
JEWELLERS (2) Must be
experienced.
Apply P. O. Box F-1978, Mr.
Anthony Fox.
C8300
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office*
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F2415
Freeport, Bahamas.


C8628
EXECeUTIHIE ScEhEgrAdIEa
or equivalent education: 3-5,
years experience desirable,
Applicant must be able to take'
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: filirig
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person to Person~l~
Department, Bahama Cement~
Company, P. O. Box F-100,t
Freeport.
C8653
INTERNATIONAL FIRM ofI
Chartered Accountants havai
several vacancies for Charterest
or Certified Accountants to
their Freepr t fie
Successful candi ates ffic b
paid excellent salaries ad~t
bonuses. Applicant sh~uld-
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhause &
Co. P. O. Box F-2415,
Fr port, Bahamas.


_ _


Wednesday, February 21, 1973,


C8907
GOLDEN GATE No. 2
2 Corner Lots at $4,800.00.
$480.00 down $107.00 month.
PLOT REALTY CO. LTD. Tel.
22460, Box N1492, Nassau.

PLOT REALTY CO LTD. TEL


-FOR SAILE OR RENT

C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH
unique 5 room designer's
home, quest cottage. fireolace.
211 baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkin, c/o Box 101, Harbour
Island.


FOR RENT

BE 8TIFULLY FURNISH~ED
a rond tione an ab do


5-4926.

C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision

inormato call 3 For


U F RNISHED 2 bedroom

Someone's ofof e (dntist) r.
Mrnie e Street. Apply on
pr es

C8643
aLArRGEnt ONE BE A O
$250 per month. Call: Chester

Thom0 son Real Estate


LAn GeE aONrEmbedr o
telephone East Shiriey Street
almost opposite Nassau
Bottling. Phone 5-8196.


O F40E OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.


C8 BghlOOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furn shed. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritcihard.

BY FROFTd beautiful oe to

ear e liviro, tastefully'
fur ished, top floor, telephone,
pool, laundry. Call 4-1288.

C8841
FURNISHED 2 1-bedroom
apartments for rent. Phone
3-1403.

C8852
2 BEDROOM 2 bath residence
situate on wa terf ron t in
western dis trict. Fully
furnished, airconditioned, and
ready for immediate
occupancy. $400 per month -
excluding utilities.
Call: Dorothy L. Atwood Ltd.
'-8763-4-5-6.

C8879
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house -
completely furnished -
Bamboo Town. Phone 3-4181.

C7166
NEWLY BUILT bdom2
b th, situated Domingo
Congt s, East St., So th.
Cnat assau 13.
C8900
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom I

Rod .5al merhn H.SRo l

C8899
BEAUTI FUL 2 bedroom
furnished house with carport
having all utilities. Phone
58201-

FOR SALE
C8813
20 h~p. LONG SHAFT
Mercury engine control. Both
$375 call 3-2095.

C81 $ CASH PAID
For used furniture and
appliances. Fox Brothers
Furniture Outlet, Dowdeswell
Street (Formerly BESCO

2812I out ro oder.tlpoe
C8889
WAREHOUSE SALE


At the warehouse of BESCO
Ltd. Just East of Joe & Berlin's
Foodland.
NEW STOCK IN CASES:
Philco Products:
One 14 cf No Frost
refrigerator
One -- 14 cf Automatic
Defrost refrigerator
Six + Eight Ib. wringer washers
Thirty Air conditioners from
7,000 to 23,000 btu 115 and
208 volt
Eight refrigerators 9 nd
12 cf.
Prices are well below current
selling prices but no warranty
will be given. CASH ONLY.
We also have a certain number
of antennas and masts at well
below selling price.


C8906
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shidley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the island
of New Providence on Friday
the Second day of March.
A.D., 1973 at 12:00 o'clock
noon the following property:
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Eleven (11) Building "C"*
being a part of Waterfront
To wn -houses 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated 30th day
of August, A.D., 1971 and
made between Residential
Riesio oft eveleopmteann

coinle vestsm ats L mited

Records in the City of
Nassau in Volume 1850 at
pages 117 to 132 and
entitles the Borrowers to an
undivided share in the
a pmmronen pnroper?1
Condominium Unit Number

seti ive s c ndtio s
stipulations mentioned and

fnde tre tof iConheeya c
dated the 30th day of
August, 1971 and the
declaration of Condominium
rdatetheA1D6th19d~ay a
recorded in the said Registry
of R cordspag 1Volum30


Terpropertypowebeing ss 12
contained in an indenture of
Mortgage dated Thirty-first day

Pingl ugu estmen s Liit
anedeo Residen itedRe or
recorded in the Registry of
Records in Volume 1834 at
MagetsF 1 to 509i which ad
assigum nts is now held by W.

The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that

prc ase Tricse 810 te oime o
sale land balance on

cDtepd i is 19th day of
February A.D., 1973
HAR RYD. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

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


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

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

C8787
oOnRtRdErONDEuNCEe uUuDe!
Peparen for oit. B

and accounting. Write to P. O.
Box 6216, Nassau, Bahamas.
We ,have better and simpler
methods.


CAIRD OF THANKS


LoiiaeD vis, wh wa
buried Sunday, 18th February
d93f rs stoo ehn we fm l
expressions of sympathy
shown them during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
ternursinH saf ofte Picess
Howard Johnson. Mr. J. Davis'


Dmritte' FuerlE Hm

IN MEMORIAL I

C8901


'*s~q


C8876
HOLIDAY INN has immediate
opening for experienced night
auditor. Must know NCR
4200. Apply in person with
references to Mr. Moraan.
C8860
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
- Out Island Resort and Real
Estate Operation. Food and
Beverage Planning and Control
essential. Responsible for all
accounting and financial
statement preparation and
analysis. Must plan and control
all 'monetary aspects of
complete operation. Salary
$600.00 oer month. Reply to
Luray Barhamas, P. O. Box
N8328, Nassau.


C8914
MALE MANAGEMENT
TRAINEES
Young men over 21 required to
learn credits and collections
leading to management. A
background of dealing with the
public is preferable. Car is
essential. Starting salary
$4,800 per year and car
allowance. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C8914,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N3207, Nassau.


WhP iiriblittt


Come b Cssaife Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5in Nassau,352 -6608 in~ Freotfo a~m. to 54m. MntoFr. Sat 9~. o1pm


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CARROLL RIGH(OTIR'S



teen the Cnrret Rightr Institut
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day to
concentrate upon lightness of heart and spirit
for any sort of work requiring neatness and precision or where
cooperative ventures are concerned. Problems in any marital
relationship can be easily settled at this time. Be happy.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Show associates that you are
more willing to cooperate with them and get right results now.
Come to a real meeting of minds. You can reconcile with one
who has been a foe in the past.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A fellow worker who has
been stubborn is now in right mood and you can join forces
amicably. Spend spare time shopping for a fine stem to add to
your wardrobe. Stay within your budget.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A good day to plan
recreations that can lift your spirit and make you feel much
happier. Paying more attention to mate now is wise. This can
bring the results that you want.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can do much
now to make your home more charming and comfortable.
Make a fine impression on those you invite to your home.
Show particular hospitality to friends. Be wise.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Communicating with others can
bring just the right results today, so get busy early and make
progress. You can make your job more productive. Take time
to visit friends and relatives.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Find out what your true
financial position is and then you can do something
constructive about improving it. Take good care of your
posessions. Show others you have good common sense.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Plan your wardrobe better so
that your finest features are brought out and heightened,
Engage in a group affair that brings you real pleasure. Show
others that you truly like them.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Make sure you follow the
good suggestions of experts in your field and get ahead faster.
Use your intuition in making plans for the future. Steer clear
of one with an eye on your assets.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Delving into a new
and interesting outlet is fine, since you can add to present
income. You can easily obtain the knowledge you need. Go
after that favor from one who likes you.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make sure you follow
every rule that applies to you where the government is
concerned. Show that you are a fine citizen. New ideas you
have can help you advance in your field.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) New conditions can now
be helpful in getting ahead faster. Obtain the information you
need at the right sources. Use tact or others could deter your
progress. Show that you have wisdom.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) M~ake plans on how to handle
your obligations for the future. Put recreation aside for the
time being. Talk over with mate what should be done to have
more mutual happiness in the future.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . .he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who charms others
easily. There is a tendency here to get caught in too much
small detail and this could lessen the success possible in this
chart. The musical, artistic and cultural fields are exceptionally
fine here as a profession. Much money can be made early in
life. Athletics are a natural here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


RO 57 N O D ETRAI~PLL
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the wedding ceremony only takes half an hour?"'


Ricpert and the Ninky Toys--27


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I HAVE SOME BUSINESS TO
TAKE CARE OF FOR A FEW OURSS'
SEE THAT THE PLANE'S FUELED...
THEN FILE A FLIGHT PLAN TO
LOS ANGELES...BUT WE WON'T
SE FLYING THERE!


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APARTMENT 3-G as Ales Kotsktl


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


Rue i o rnkeer iwhoe s
Rpert i oc lhre the

says. Meantime you can
explain what you are worrying
about." Rupert gazes at the
zlthem wHCo wI s inteadoM
ears. You've made them aH
ALL RIGHTS


Nke Margots mode," he algha.
SThis is how they should be "
nhow*P ttM(yee the pro*I 6*
Ninkcy. Thnw hath I p
Ite wrong on*," groans the
foreman. We put 8te proer
ilng fr them, of course, bt
wer a Mtstaknow the wings
RE~SERV~o


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Winning

Buidge
The nran be Mc~am0_U~a
Eastbourne, in t~he Wh tlaw
Cup, won by the Italian women,
world and European Cham ions,
by 2 IMPs in a dramatic photo
finish agaim~t the British title-
uolders-Dimmie Pleming and
Honor Flint, Pat Gardener and
Penauin Evans. Italy's Rhn1'
Jabes sat South here again.
Eire.
North
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her hand and led a club, taken
by West, who returned another



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lead through Sothie a seJ 9.


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the I tst, against any dae ce
minitere pud )ec simple.

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"It's National Garbage Week."


ACROSS
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.4. Poorest part
of fleece
.Armadillo
LOctober brew
.Jeer
UI t of force
16. African

17. LPWonderful
la. Infuriate
20. Vast amount
22. Link


25. Antiseptic
28. Rocket
30. Cheese dish
3 2. Arrived
33. Rose oil
34. Blind impulse
36 Fragrance
A8 bnvet oneyS
44.Dabbler
46. Astronaut
Shepard
47;: Ballet step
48. lbsen character
49. Cherry


1. Podium
2. Countertenor
3. Cad
4. Tolerate
5. Dickens
6. Afrikaner
7.T9808gef
8. Fever
9. Some

15. Fraudulent
19. Electees
21 reench friend
24. Detect
25. Period
26. Ship channel
27. Bunting
29. Eskimo

37. Absorbed
39. Defunct
40. English river
41. Smail bird
42. Flap
43. Clay
45. Chinese leader


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slantingly
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By, PAUL NICHIOLSI


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AS SOON AS wE ARRIVE, WE'LL\ SILVESTER
CHECK INTO A MOTEL AND YOU
GET SOME SLEEP, LARRY ',,


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Belgrave Auctioneers will sell at Public
Auction, a quantity on Miscellaneous Goodf,
at Government Warehouse, Arawak Cay,
beginning at 10:00 a.m. Monday, February
26, 1973.

Terms CS


SSTILL NO COMMENT ON

NGW vRK(A)E TNL ltators
for Major League baseball owners
and players met for an hour
Tuesday and adjourned with no
comment on progress, if any, made
SIn reaching an agreement.
"We will meet again WedneYsday
afternoon and Thursday mqinin ."
said Marvin Miller, exectVe
Blac ar oferthe M jor League
Similaly, there wa no statement
from either John Gaherin, chier
no otiator for the owners, nor the
of cee of Baseball Commissioner
c Bonn Kuln, MAe latter is
The two sides laboured over
br foranth eelourd oday, a
attom he for the players' group;
rdi t were 11l be no s atments

The chief issues deal wilth salary
a btato eand the reserve! clanuse
remain closedto major leaguers.
U.K. SOCCER RESULTS
LONDON (AP) British soccer
results Tuesdpy night (home teams
Haed N LISH LEAGUE
Bolton3, Charltone
satmouth 2 Ches erIed 2
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.
Aberdeen 6, Dumbarton o
CyE t4, Bni 0,mltn4
st. Mirren a, Queens Park I
ALI TO FIGHT LUBBERS
IN INDONESIA IN MAY
ROTTERDAM (AP) Dutch
h rbswe tped a comtat To '" y
to fght former world champion
Them tknd bout is scheduled
la Jakarta, Indoneala, probably in
May, but no date was announced.
i tukn,27, was out-pointed in
a E aC~ heavyweight title fight
Jm 6by Joe Bunrm of Great
All won a 12*round decision over
nkerga in La Vegas, Nevada, last
On behalf of the Indonesatn
Aoni Codnirm te Mon t ac
execlf scretary of th
commission.
sa id All signed the contract in
analers, director of the
8*~r 7% au n wo bu t
She somer sidium of the, cease,
wlsbh hr asespeity of ato,ooo*
several ntt id Inn ab i
dae Aian tourr, Manloch sid.


Wed~


nuueday February 21, 1973.


FREEPGAT SQUASA





NASSAU SQUASH Club
sent a mixed team to Freeport
last weekend and gained some
useful competitive experience
against the Grand Bahama
Tennis & Squash Club.
The Freeport teams had the
edge winning both ladies
colrpetit anshb man'm n ch
Freeport won on Saturday 3-2
and Nassau gained a 3-1
revenge on Sunday. The Round
Robin competitions were won
by Nassau players Peter
Higgs in the mens and Brenda
Zeese in the ladies.
With none of the top men
competing in the match the
main interest was in the
meeting between the Bahamas
two top women players,
Doreen McNeil was strong
favourite to win but starting
slowly, as always, dropped the
first set. She came back
strongly to win the next three
sets to love although the score
doesn't do Brenda credit as she
played well without the points
to show for it.
In addition to Doreen'
Freeport winners in the ladies
action were Tig gy
Cunningham against Beryl
Higgs, Gill Lively who beat
Diane Nguyen 3-1, and Vera
Lockyear against Garry Wong.
Valerie Knowles provided
Nassau's sole victory beating

"' OD GAME
On Sunday the ladies match

w a" :it a l y pg a e i rd

the night before to beat
Margaret Trimble for Nassau's
single point. Vivacious Beryl
Higgs looked good against

Bleos asa we l, b sorhn
par round at Fortune Hills
earlier in the morning had
taken the edge off her game
and Mrs. Miickle won a game
full of good rallies.
Miss Wong lost to Mrs.
Lively, Mrs. Barry, chic and
elegant as always lost to Mrs.
Powell, and Miss Nuygen went
down to Mrs. Cunningham to
cap a sad mroning for the
Visitors.
The competitive experience
should prove invaluable,
however, at the end of March
when Freeport, Bermuda and
Jamaica compete with the host
club in Nassau and the New
Providence girls should be
much sharper as a result.
The story was happier for
Nassau in the mens' section
with Eric Wilkinson winning
both his matches against
Roger Fryer 3-2 and Alan
Hoskins 3-0. Peter Higgs also
won twice completing a good
weekend; defeating Mike
Alexander and Gerald Ball.
Alan Winner narrowly beat
Ray McNeil 3-2 on Saturday to
Win the men's match.
Winners for Freeport were
John Jullion 3-0 against John
Warry and Peter Rose 30
against Peter Hanks in
Saturday's match, and lan
Barry who beat Carlton Albury
300 on Sunday. Brenda Zeese
played for tthe men's eamha d
hitting Derence Kent to give
the Nassau team their only
victory.
GOLFERS VISIT TO
FREEPORT SATURDAY
A TEN-MEMBER team from the
Dolphin Golf Society captarined by
Oliver Wingrove visits Freeport on
Saturday to play a two day fixture
with a Freeport side raised by
Da e fra f the match will be
match play four balls on Saturday
at the Lucayan Country Club
fol owed by ten singles on Sunday
atThe D..S., oganized just over a
year ago, plays out of Ocean Golf
Club and holds monthly


81lllS SCHOOL CHAMPIGHSHIPS



St.AllguStilHS 181 Op8Hnf





By GLADSTONE THURSTON
"I KNOW WHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUf~ when I was
bragging about my girls," commented an elated coach Anthony
Swabey of Eastern Division winners St. Augustine's College
Senior Girls. His team dominated Western Division winners
Adderley High Senior Girls in the final quarters to win 44-30 and
take a one game lead in a best of three senior girls basketball
championship playoffs yesterday at the A.F. Adderley Gym.
Both teams meet agamn for then threatening the lead as C.
the second game on TIhursday Smith added another two from
at the tl t- Adderley G;ym the free throw moving them
beginnir at 4 .m. three behind, by the end of the
The '.A ers, got off' to a second quarter.
slow sort a d baskets by The S.A.C.ers, whose bench
Manlly Toote and Ernestine was complemented with the
Bu'ler mloved Adderley Hrigh to apnaac ftei edat~


Mr. Lew Adderley, overcame a
third quarter surge when
Adderley High paced by C.
Smith, Maralyn Toote and
Butler remained two points
behind until 2: 13 in the third
and S.A.C. ahead 24-22, Moss
started a rally on a layup.
Jean Mc~ueen followed on
another layup and Moss on two
other baskets opened the ten
point lead at 32-22 for S.A.C
at the end of the third qart *
deloncentrating mostly on
deence, St. Augustine's
m intained their ten point gap
wi they opened to 14 as

2os ntoe it. A sti~nehs
with 19 while McQueen and
Woo edae edde eight each C

pointers for Adderley High
with 14 and 12 points
respectively.


an early lead. However, Linda
Woodside and D~eninez Moss
took control to push St.
Aug~ustine's to a 9-3 lead at
3: 19 for a time out.
Playing a man to mlan
defence. Adderley High forced
S.A.C. into many turnovers but
Inaccurate shooting on
Ar' lerley's part gave them only
two more points as S.A.C. got
.w~o also to lead I 1-5 by the
endi of Lhe first quarter.
Both sides had trouble
Iinding le "oop early in the
second quarter until little
Carolyr, Sn ath of Adderley
Hignl control'-d a jump ball
a mdizrved thm ao s vn
afternoon a them free thra

inecpTo (EN BALL
Cora Hepburn nletted a
stolen ball in an attempt to
stop Adderley High who was


.4r .


A. F. ADDERLEY HIGH will be vying for the equalizer
on Thursday when they meet St. Augustine's College in the
second game of the Inter-School Championship playoffs.
From left (standing): Elaine Thompson (coach), Dorothea
Seymour (assistant coach), Mexine Davis, Sandra McKenzie,
Rosy Fox, Sharon Hutchinson, Deborah Deveaux, Jennifer
Mortimer. (K(neeling) Effle K(emp, Yvonne Smith, Carolyn
Smith, Maralyn Toote, Ernestine Butler and Deidre
Johnson.PHOTO: Rickey Wells


G. Bain & Mi. Godet head



j0Cker a IfSinrf Wvil liSIS
DEFENDING CHAMPION JOCKEY Gary Bain and defending
champion trainer Melvin Godet, head the jockey and trainer
listings after the 17th meet at the Hobby Horse Race Track


"'E'? who finished top
jockey last year with 63 wins
presently heads the jockey
winners by the staggering
margin of 19, having recorded
34 firsts, 14 seconds, and 12
thirds so far this season,
compared with Kevmn Johnson
in second place, who has 13
firsts, 7 seconds and 5 thirds to
his credit.
Leading the trainers is last
year's champion trainer, Melvin
G;odet, with 16 wins, 11
seconds and 9 thirds. In second
place behind Godet in the
trainer's listings is Allen Hall
with 13 firsts, 2 seconds and 3


thirds.
The Following are the
leading jockeys after the 17th
meet;
c;. Bain 34 14 12
s.ohn on 13 7
M. Brown a 1s a
D). IPatel 7 9 to
The following are the leading
trainers after the 17th1. meet;
Md. Godet 16 1
A. Haul 132 9
L.Demeritte 10 6 7
S. bi ims 8 9 12



THE FOLLOWING arre the
results of yesterday's racing:
ist. RACE -4/lfurlonas Stiletto
s2)40: My Aant (2~.3 M. <.4
$5.80, $2.65; Uncle ac(8) A.
SanderA 5 9 furlongs Added
Sugar (8) E. Stirrups $11.15, $4.7s,
$405; Spinqus)n A. aund r
N. Walcott %03.45 Daily Double
s5-8) S1s.ss Ist. Quinella (s-8)
3rd R(ACE 5 furlongs June's
Joy II (1) G. Bain $2.6s, S2.so,
$.5 ad~y5 ne n2N.h wesetly
Saunders $3.30 2nd Quinella ()1-2)
ssth RACE 5 furlongs Royal
Order (7) G. Bain $12.05, $4.60,
S35, $325 iateued Mae Jo sn
Searchwell $5.05. 3rd Quinell;
(7-9) sl2.so
(45th RMC e 10 furionp1 .irlD
$395; Desert I ox (6) A. Saunders
Brw .5 41 hnine Bila (4- )
$44.70
(1 AC lulng G de6

$4.25, $3.05; Able Sugar (6) J.
Horton $3.00 Sth Quinella (2-5)
Ss~is.s
7th RACE 5 furlongs Lolli Pop
(7) G. Bain $3.30, $3.15, S2.65;
Winged Duchess (2) A. Gibbs
$12.15, SJ.00; Bahama Kule (8) K.
Johnson $2.85 6th1 Quinellal (2-7)
811RACE 9 furlongs. Scorpio
(2) N. Waloltt $29.so, $5.95,
7505; Staggerly (9) G. Searchwell
$7.30, $9.6o. 7th1 Quinella (2-9)
$105.75.
GARY SOBERS FINE
AFTER NET PRACTICE
Fe DG (P)O- FormeBR Aes Ide
cricket captain, Gary Sobers, had a
loeT dnd strenuous orkort tn the
a s okesman said toda '
Sbers continued hi preparation
for the S elh Shil datch Barbado

sain Frday and any doubts over
redcendt mow re considerably
Sobers has not pla*yed~
competitive cricket since tkn
part inabenefi ror ex aet Indles
Tensington Oval last
Dew 11l Sobers performs in the
four-day game in Trinidad will
determine whether hell be included
mnetchh a anmt th tat iond to b
played here next month, a
spokesman r dained ,haddb
West Indles allrounder Dad
Holford, leaves Wednesday.


MaoIICe foster hitS Ilfilliant


125 as Win fies score 428

KINGSTON, JAMAICA (AP)--The tension and excitement of
the first three days went out of the first Test match between the
West Indies and Australia here Tuesday and with one day
remaining an unenterprising draw seemed the certain result.
A brilliant 125 by Maurice
Foster, a 29-year-old Jamaican, four, and was finally bowled
highlighted the day's cricket. off the inside edge of his bat
3ut once he had been by fast bowler Max Walker.
dismissed little interest Australia took the new ball
remained. It was his sixth Test after 20 minutes play, but it
fnajngaworried neither Foster nor his
The West Indies eventually partner, the West Indies
totalled 428 all out, resulting captain Rohan Kanhai.
in a rare tie on a first innings, RECORD SCORE
since Australia had declared on By the time Kanhai edged a
the second day at 428 for leg glide from fast bowler Jeff
seven wickets. Hammond and was caught at
In the 115 minutes left to the wicket with the total of
them before bad light ended 375 for five, their fifth wicket
play a quarter of an hour early, partnership had yielded 210.
the Australian opening pair of It was a record score for the
Keith Stackpole (58 not out) West Indies in Tests against
and lan Redpath (33) put on Australia.
an undefeated 96 for the first Kanhai's 84, compiled in
wicket. 214 minutes, included 11
Foster's century compiled fours, however. Hiis innings was
on the ground of Kingston club completely overshadowed
iar which he plays locally was during the morning session by
-~L.through the leg side. He Foster, who played brilliantly
continued 69 not out Tuesday in all directions.
with the West Indies 300 for The Jamaican right-hander


~6~,',"-l~;~~,S~-4 F
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was harsh on all the bowlers
and hit eight fours during his
hour and 40 minutes at the ~BBJc~-. -
wicket. ..

aFd hi5 for. Ahemleift th & ..
wicket the I1,000 crowd *
applauded. a








By HUBERT MIZELL
ROTONDA WEST, Fla (AP)- Pole vaulter Bob Seagren, who had never "earned a legal dime in
athletics," turned the Superstars sports carnival into a one-man show Tuesday and collected a
whopping $39,700.
"We've been eying a nice race driver Peter Revson. Each Two of the most popular
home in Los Angeles," said man earned $13,100. entries, dethroned heavyweight
Segren's wife Kam, "but our The top five finishers in each champion Joe Frazier and pro
bank account hasn't matched sport were awarded points on a football quarterback John
our taste in houses. Today, we 10-7-4-2-1 basis, with each point Unitas, tied for last with 12
bought the house." woth $300. Then, the No. I points apiece and made $3,600
The handsome part-time over-aillman received an extra each*
actor, a Gold Medalist in the $25,000, with $15,000 for Seagren had 49 points
1968 Olympics but a second and $10,000 for third. followed by Killy with 28 and
disappointment at Munich LATE ENTRY Revson and Laver with 27
when his vaulting pole was Seagren was a late entry, apiece.
outlawed, swept four of the being selected when golfer BENCH'S LUCK
last six events on a unique Gary Player of South Africa Johnny Bench,Cincinnati
10-sport programme. was forced to withdraw due to Reds' slugging catcher, was
Ten of the world's illness. fifth and earned $7,800. He
best-known athletes strained "Only a strange turn of was tied for second before
through two days of action in events allowed me to win all failing to qualify for the
events other than those for this money," said the bicycle race finals. Bench's
which they are fa mous, 175-pound vaulter. "If the bike locked gears during a trial
competing for a $122,000 Internaitional Track Association heat and, despite being given (
purse. hadn't started business, I second chance to run against
BEAT FRAZIER would have retired after the the clock, he failed by 0.8 of s
Seagren, 26, began his march '72 Olympics." second to take the final place
by upsetting former Seagren, Jim Ryun, Kip away from Revson.
heavyweight boxing champ Keino and other trackmen of Basketball giant Elvin Hayer
Joe Frazier in weightlifting note begin the first procircuit of the Baltimore Bullets edged
Monday night and then won in the sport with a March 24 K Wly in the 100-yard dash in
the baseball hitting, half-mile meeting Los Angeles. I1.5 seconds. The six-foot
run and one-mile bicycle race The Superstars are scheduled nine-inch Hayes made $7,200
Tuesday. to be an annual event and the Rod G~ilbert, All-Star winger
Jean-Claude Killy, the top four men are supposed to of the New York Ranerr
French idol of the ski slopes, be invited to return in 1974. hockey team, tied for seventh
was No. 2 overall despite not Winners on the pro track over-all with pro bowler Jim
winning an event and took tour are scheduled to receive Stefanich of Joliet, Ill., and
home $23,400. $500 an event, which would each took checks for $5,250,
Table tennis was dominated force Seagren to win the pole Seagren smashed a 300-foo
by Rod Laver, and the tennis vault competition 80 times to home run and hit two balls
great from Australia rallied to better what he earned within over the 250 foot barrier to
tio for third in all events with 36 hours here. edge Gilbert and Stefanich by
one point in baseball hitting.


l


LINDA WOODSIDE (25) of St. Augustine's College in a
struggle to hold this rebound finds hersel sandwhiched
between Yvonne Smith and Effle Kemp, both of Adderley
0ih St. A ustine's won the first of a thrree-game playoff
4- ye ardy. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


KEVIN JOHNSON riding
Jubilee, is shown just before
crossing the finishing I~ne in
first place in the fourth race
during Saturday's meet at the
Hobby Horse Race Track. In
second place behind Johnson is
John Bain atop Be Wonderful.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


CARTER'S HITACHI with two
more games to play vie for fourth
Bahama NmaAteurengBas etthal
Association when they take on
Saorng' sBlazers in the first of the
Carter's play their second and
fna eae ofm the se rSsaturday
Sho~ who are presently tied with
ReBasketball Club for fourth
seso, wth shfour and ei ti ls
record.
thh those Jundor sam which foll w
Inter-School Senior Boys

defeat of the season last week at
the hands of Beck's Cougars
Junos me t St. Agner Crusa en .
playoffs begin on March 5 in a one
rn bikockout wen ch third
team and toe fourth place team
play the first place team.


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