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Publication Date: February 23, 1973
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the school."
liervis Bain, a member of
the Board, said he sympathised
with b hsparerots andhteace rs,

blown totally out of
porportion and the approach
boingtnal en here tonight will
DISGRUNTLED
"The staff still feel they are
not employed, and the parents
are disgruntled. I thought we
were able to have a discussion
between the Board and
parents, but it seems that a
meeting between the Board
a sMaf can be arrne der
doing the children any good,
it's not doing the school any
good, or the country any good.
"lt eis time B rd a meeting
staff be arranged, and any
greviences aired and sorted out.
It is my feeling that this is not
the place for mnay of the
actions I have seen here
tonight."
Someone suggested that six
parents and six teachers meet
with the Board and "thrash out
the problem and report back in
a week or two," but no one
supported that view.
Finally, at about I1:45
p.m., Mr. Cox got up to begin
answering questions asked
earlier.
Taking the first query,
"What was the reason for the
memo," Mr. Cox in reply read
the first paragraph of the
memo itself, which said it was
being issued "in order to
establish a clear understanding
and sound relationship
between the Bahamas Baptist
Missionary and Educational
Convention and the staff of
the Prince Williams Baptist
High School."
The woman who had asked
the question, a Mrs. Butler,
stood to say she was not
satisfied with that answer.
When Mr. Cox turned to the
PTA secretary and said "let the
record show that Mrs. Butler
was not satisfied with the
answer," obviously intending
to move to the next question
without further statement on
the first, the parents rose from
their seats in anger and with a
great deal of noise most left
the meeting.
Some, more angry than the
rest, clustered in front of Mr.
Cox shouting out their poor
opinion 18 him ansd the Boar~d,

his face for several minutes
before leaving.


I


By MIKE LOTHIAN
ANGER AND CONFUSION
were rampant among parents
of Prince Williams Baptist High
students who attended a
meeting last night with the
hope that the Board of
Governors would explain a
confir versisith snenrndm on
the entire teaching staff.
The meeting three and a
half hours of flaring tempers,
shouted insults and calls for
resignations broke up in
confusion shortly before
midnight when Board president
Artemus N. Cox refused to
enlarge on already published
statements.
meMany parents left httt

unde~rstandintghof what the
arrived partly because of the
Board's refusal to give any new
information, partly because of
the getteral unruliness of those
attending. At times shouted
comments reached such
volune hat speakerseon hea



Chairing the meeting
initially was Mr. Arlington
Miller, president of the Parent



thatee the Board wasatending


the meeting at the invitation of
theP~TA toexplain the January





contracts.
MORATORIUM
The memo said the three
months would be considered a
moratorium during which "you
may communicate to the
Board your willingness to enter


' applauded as Mr. Smith
returned to his seat.
There were shouts of "what
about the money I'mi paying,"
and Mr. Cox shot b~ack, "those


adjace~nt office for a refund. It
is undecrstood the money was
not avalilable at the time, tndd it
is no~t known whether the
parents would claims his retund
and mo~ve his c~hildlren froim the
school later.
loThe matns action brought
the damnandl from outside the
meeting room~r was filled to
capacity aInd the crowd
ove~rflowe~d outside "'ox,
you re~sign and everything
wdi go, much better "
Rev. C'harles Smith.
secretary\ (,f thle Convention
and pastor of Zion Baptist
Church. stood up and made an
appeal for order, but he was
an~ nsit the timmernt t i
Churchh" "


then be asked.
Mr. Cox at first said he
preferred to answer the
questions asked him before Mr.
Smith spoke, but he bowed to


the insistent demands of the
crowd.
OTHERS FIRST
But Mr. Smith said only that
"with your indulgence I would


defer my chance to answer that
question until I have a chance
to hear the answers to these
other questions."
T'he parents wildly


who want their mneync put up
your hands. stand up."
Three people stoo~d up, and
one man confro~nted Mr. Cox,
who directed hun to an


concluded.
One man suggested that the
Board and the teachers meet
"anid get this thing ironed out
aInd report back and tell us
what happened," but the
crowd shouted disapproval of
the id h Language teacher
Sherry Wilson. wife of G~rants
T own M.P. Franklyn Wilson,
proposed two resolutions, but
continued disorder in the
meeting prevented the
resolutions being put to a vote.
Mrs. Wilson proposed first
that the Board completely
withdraw the metmo and assure
all teachers of their security of
tenure after April 10 the
lexprt th daterao umthe
and, second, that the FTA set
up a committee to examine the
ro~le of the Board and its
actions in connection with the
otperatinnor Ah I EEol




of.Ccpcr tl the rs proposed
ohlut hh Dovnio a



smemato. rmti.
Wf hen Mrs. Wiso ganpute

resoltion howeer r.
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ARTEMUS COX (standing)
president of the Board of
Governors of Pringe Williams
Baptist High School, is
pictured during one of the rare
quiet moments of last night's
chaotic PTA meeting at the

Aaat etre listeni g

explanation of the January 10
memo te rm inating the
contracts of all teachers at the



publshe sttam ntS i
shown foreground.


A PARENT OF STUDENTS at Prince Willialms Baptist High, right, emphasises a point she was making to Rev. Dr. R.
E. Cooper, head of the Baptist community in the Bahamas, during last night's stormy confrontation between the
parents and the Board of Governors over the termination of the contracts of the school's entire teaching staff. The
meeting produced little understanding of and no solution to the controversy centred around a memo sent to teachers
on January 10.


C'OM 1 THRHOU(;Il
(conlventlonl President Rev
1)r. R. tt. (coper took over the
microphotne and gained a
sembl hianrce of order by
reminding the predomninantly




and applause came only when
he commnnented "tius is yotur
school



noo c lll th lss ~


"We had discovered, he




mfuembiers ofon the saffi
disatisfed tand doesn't like the
conditonst and the way ithen
school is bein oerated sa feel


free to leave any time within
the three-month period.

niem~o adumismeas.t It wa
not intended that the teachers
were being fired. Only the devil
himself can understand and
interpret that a teacher is being
d ismli s s ed by the
memorandum. We have
nothing against any member of
the staff. Within the three
months you can leave, or we
Da s w on' wan s u
the memo was intended to
inform the teachers.
Next to speak was a Mr.
::::.:, ::mthematics and
FIRED
Pointing out that the staff
was given the opportunity to
enter into a new contract, he
declared that "'my
interpretation of that memo
was that there is no need for a
new contract unless the old
contract is terminated. The
memo does in fact terminate
the contracts we were fired."
Hie added that on January
11 there were press reports
that the teachers had aill been
f ired, and "if it was understood
by the Board that teachers
were not being firedi they
should have explained at that
time firing was not their
intention,
"F~rom a Christain point of
view if they knew there was a
misunderstanding why did they
wait six weeks to let mte know
I'm not fired."
Summing up the whole
affair, Mr. Burey charged that
"from my knowledge of
Christianity this school is
neither Baptist nor C'hristian."
Another teacher, a Mr.
Curry, declared that the memo
"legally stated, we are fired,
period."


ALTHOUGH the format
search for three crewmen
missing from the m.v. Sea
Turtle, has been called off,
BASRA still had boats and
aircraft in the area today.
opTheeb g,'ur pwnede and
Bain, 30, was on its way to
Haiti with cargo when she
began taking in water. She sank
at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, seven
miles northwest of Norman's
Cay. Capt. Bain was one of the
three su rvivors. He and
Antoine Heriveaux were
rescued by the American yacht
oimn H is ou oftHartfordd
were found clinging to
fibreglass panelling ripped from
the boat's deep freeze.

Ba lman in bo r. Te oo e
eight were Haitian nationals.
Three were found dead and
three are still missing. There
were three survivors.
This morning a Bahamas Air
Sea Rescue boat found a third
life jacket. Two others were
found yesterday. It is reported
that all of the crew were
wearing life jackets when they
went overboard.
A BASRA spokesman today
said that the recovery of the
life jackets did not necessarily
mean anything even though
one of the jackets was
fastened. "It doesn't mean that
someone was in it," he said, "it
could have been extra jackets
that floated form the boat."
However, he said, he was
"afraid the men have been
lost." He said there were five
aircraft searching for two days.
At one point of the very
"Lconcentrated search," we had
three helicopters and two
"fixed-wing" aircraft. "They
were all searching the same
area, which was relatively
small. They combed it fine, I
don't think anything could
have escaped.,,
One of the survivors, who
was taken to Norman's Cay,
told BASRA that the dinghy
into which seven of the crew
climbed, "overturned quite
soon after they left the Sea
Turtle."
The survivors and the dead
were all picked up in the
"regular drift pattern south -
this drift pattern is fairly
discernible by the wreckage'
which is floating straight
south."
WATERMCUNTDSAAS
FROM MNA
WATER PRESSURE is to be
reduced between 2 and 4 p.m.
beginning Monday until further
notice-
The announcement was
made this afternoon by
Bahamas Information Services
which said that the pressure
cut was necessary to carry out
an inspection and remedial
work at the Blue Hills
desalination plant.


re-shuffle "designed to get
ecoItnoic front.
The Prime Minister's late
afternoon statement followed
an earlier announcement that
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
Hanna and Finance and
Development Minister Carlton
Francis had resigned their
Immigration and Finance
portfolios rtestectitvely.oltcl

challenge of independence has
very largely been met, our
attention must now be turned
do ten onomic hall n le ot
said.
In the re-organization Mr.
Han na w ill as su me
responsibility for the Ministry
of Finance. His Immigration
portfolio has already been
taken over by the Prime
Minister, who"will co-ordinate
the economic drive.
bMr. Fa cis will cn inieto
fe D sponil o h Mity
of development.
Agriculture and Fisheries
Minister Anthony Roberts will
take over the Ministry of Home
Affairs, previously in Mr.
Hamra's prtfolio and Sen to

Adderl 11ey wil a ssume
res osibilitA for the Ministry

oAT ONEY GENERAL
On inde endence Mr
Adderely illp be apited
Attorney Genera .
Thoe tPrimeabMinisteresaid h
trade union leaders during the
course of next week to obtain
their views on economic
expansion and "to discuss
attitudes,
It had been rumoured ever
since the September 19 general
election that Mr. Pindling
would shift Mr. Hanna from
Immigration, which has been
olmomcd linethe general

thWheon nothing hea opened in
ah fll mig deks it was
gener ly assumed tt the
positionbewould remain the
same as S PoRISE

Y sedy's f t
announce enta shortly before
us te. ame as arcaompleth


If rmea on oery ces Bai hatm
Mr. Hanna "has requested that
he be relieved of responsibility
for the subject of Immigration
with immediate effect and
that the Prime Minister would
assume that portfolio from
today
The official communication
also said that Mr. Francis had
requested to be relieved of


the country moving on the
responsibility for Finance. It
added that Mr. Pindling had
assumed Finance "for the time
being."
Mr. Hanna's appointment as
Minister of Finance was
announced on Radio Bahamas
last night.


into a new contractual
agreement, but failing so to do
will be taken as conclusive
proof that you would not wish
to continue to serve the
Bahamas Baptist missionary
and Educational Convention as
a member of the staff of Prince
Williams Baptist School "
Teachers have interpreted
thedmemo as outrighte v mss
shared that view.
Mr. Cox, delivering the
Board's "explanation," merely

readM her andmampress utteeme t
issued by the 38th Annual
Session of the convention
earlier this week.
The press release declared
that the memo "was not
intended for the dismissal of
any member or members of the
staff."
Mr. Cox finished reading the
statement and sat down
quietly. There was a pause as
parents obviously were
expecting him to say more,
than an outbreak of shouting
when it was realized he was
finished.
More dissension arose when
parents began to ask questions
and Mr. Cox declared he would
take a note of all questions
and then answer them
collectively.
ANGERED
Angry parents and eight
to ten teachers who were also
present demanded that the
questions be answered as they
were asked.
Between angry exchanges
various parents asked:
"What was the reason for
the memo?"
"'How long were the
contracts for?"
"Why did it take six weeks
for the Board to meet with
parents on this matter?"
"Doesn't the memo imply
that any teacher who re-applies
will be re-hired, and if so what
was the purpose of the
memorandum?"
Une man, who said he was
also "an educator" and could
understand the memo, wanted
Prince Williams headmaster
Selwyn Smith to say what the
present position int' "rmsan

result of the memo, so
"sensible" questions could





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PAUL ADDERLEY
...to be Att. G;enerni


ANTHONY ROBERTS
...two ministries


Cab xnet res hu ffl e

By NICKI KELLY
PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING'S latest Cabinet re-shuffle, specifically in the area of
Immigration, appears to have won widespread public support.


stands he sees it better than
anybody else, and he is in the
best position to choose the
right person for the right job".
Hie pointed out, however, that
what had been done in this
instance must certainly have
been done with the
cooperation of the men who
changed portfolios.
"'We have to view it as a
total package rather than from
the point of view of a
particular person in a particular
slot," he said.
Mr. Smith declined to
comment when asked if he
thought Mr. Hanna's departure
from Immigration was likely to
restore investor confidence,
AWARE
Opposition Free National
Movement chairman Orville
Tlurnquest told The Tribune he
thought the new changes
"demonstrate the Prime
Minister is well aware of the
economic deterioration over
the past two or three years and
is keen to come to grips with
the problem by himself taking
charge of a new portfolio
which will no doubt be
responsible for supervisory
control and oversight of the
entire economic programme
and including immigration,
finance and development."
Mr. Turnquest said 'le was
sure the entire country, not
only businessmen but all
persons dependent on their
livelihood in this country, view
thoe changes "with the utmost
The general reaction of the
banking community was one of
"cautious optimism."
Observed one executive: "It
is difficult to comment at the
moment, we just have to wait
and see how it will all work
out."
He said there had been
indications recently in
discussions that government
was beginning to understand
the problems and was making a


determined effort to improve
the image of the Bahamas in
financial circles.
"If this attitude continues
conditions could well improve.
However, once an adverse
trend has gained momentum, it
is difficult to reverse it.
IMMIGRATION
"TIhe foremost job now Is to
open up immigration beyond
the five-year limit. We are just
loosing too many qualified
professionals.
"The demand for the type
of qualified professional that
we need is likely to be
increased by government's own
requirements in the staffing of,
for example, the Central Bank.
Development Bank and P'ost
Office Savings Bank.
'There are just not enough
qualified people to go around
The Monetary Authority has
had to take on vastly more
paper work than before. Trhey
are doing extremely well, but
they are overworked.
"And if a government
agency is not able to cope
efficiently with our clients it
could act as a disincentive to a
potential investor."
T'he banker said auditors
were also suffering in many
instances. A client could decide
not to do business in the
Bahamas if, for example, he
found that he could not get his
accounts audited promptly.
BAR VIEWS
A number of Bahamians
aneveel ninoaeldctallebca latn
made in Immigration,
"This should have happened
a long time ago .... anyway;
better late than never,
remarked one beer drinker,
ilt's a good move .. now
we've got to get rid of Roker'
he s another set-back," said the
barman.
"One good thing ... the
change won't make things any
worse. I think we are going to
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"The inevitable has
happened, and even though it
is almost too late, we give
thanks to God because we still
believe there is another chance
for the people of the Bahamas.
and that sanity, discretion and
good common sense will give
hope to the investor and
expatriate commented the
Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown in a
letter to the editor
Although the firebrand
minister was the most
ou tsp oken of those
interviewed, all shared the
belief that the change brought
about in Immigration, which
the Prime Minister is now to
assume, will usher in a more
balanced approach to the
question of expatriate labour.
A report reaching the
Tribune from Freeport said
that some people there who
had their properties on the
market at sacrifice prices were
this morning calling their real
estate agents to take them off.
"They have decided to wait
and see in anticipation of an
economic upsurge," The
Tribune's informant said.
MEMBERS PLEASED
In Nassau Employers
Confederation president
Vernon Collie said he felt
members of the Confederation
would be pleased that there
had been some change, and
would be looking forward to
seeing if results would improve.
"This has been somethi g
that ev rybodyabotas be n

question of immigration has
been raised at all our meetings.
I am sure that whether it is for
better or worse. Confederation
members will be pleased that
there has been some change."
Mr. Holland Smith,
president of the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce,
declared he had "absolute
faith" in the Prime Minister's
decision on these matters,
"I think that from where he


DAM AGE
Coming back to the
microphone. Mr. Smijth told
the parents that "obhviouisly the
memo has caused lots of
damage. I think at the
beginning it was said to create
understanding, No
understanding has been
created. It has not succeeded.
"I feel that what we must
attempt to do If we intend to
kee the sff i ms
sucl ieek cans ywhc ni
staff
s"If we fail," he warned, "we
will have in effect fired themr.
If we allow this state of affairs
to continue we will have
succeeded in doing what we are
saying we did not intend to do.
"At this point I will ask the
parents and the Board to
consider what means there are
to solve any problems arising
out of that memo," Mr. Smith


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PTA &PWH board confrontation ends in chaos & 'resign'


calls


PM Economic


Ministry


movesHanna to Finance &







Roberts to Hoine Affairs


3 LOST AT


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PRIME MINISTER LINDEN PINDLING yesterday
named himself Mmnister of Economic Affairs a
newly-created post from March 1 as part of a Cabinet


P. M. PINDLING
...a new polst


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average worker's be ing power was
clobbered last month by the hihs t
ad bby stee as Asocial nmurtn
-- -o.. .. .. .
0.3 per cent the average worker's
buying nower declined 1.1 per cent,
the La our Department reported
nt yrthe third straight monthly
delne a I ucrins power and te
It cancelled much ofthe wage gins
ma en kstm ye .rs could sell
hadaches f resident Nxn's
unions hs arw are neg tiating e
workers in such key industries as
auto manufacturing, railroads,
tr king, rubber, clot ing and retail
Last month's 0.3 per cent rise in
adutdfrthe Td fact hatr prie
amually go down in Janury*The
Bureau c8f labour Statistics said the
seasonally adjusted increase was 0 5
Most of the increase i
ohc cna dmeins fee tos tkeny
These aet up 2. per cent,dor 23
was ah bi gst monthly jump sinee
the BLS bgan keeping separate
figures on grocery prices in 19s2.
inc usig cltn ans sd as
actually feHl 0.5 per cent in
January. This was normal for this
tid~mted flyues showed no chng
Prices for services continued
their steady creep upward, rising
0.2 ner cent.
The cost-of-living increase put the
cnstume pdc cIndues sr ianuary
$12.77 to buy a cross-section o
goosA and services that cost $10 i
The average worker's weekly pay
for January remained nearly level at
S13as s.tAt the same ti comocia
per cent to 5.85 per cent, taking 65
centshemore from every $100

rakand file repuktctio wa kr 'e
buYinr power, meaning his after-tax
pay, reduced by inflation, went
dtown 1.1 per cent last month. It
ha dem inedd 3. perrcnt
November rfer showing mostly
Lste t November wo aer had 5.1
per cent more buying power than
they had enjoyed a year earlier. But
otiv mnt thearcenear's gain had
President Nixon Wednesday told
the n tion in a radio address that he
necessary" to restrain prices, but
warned that food prices would
continue to rise for several months.


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D ONO (P ShTE~dA Smrcn olplunged on European money
markets today, but some of the losses were wiped out by a rally later in the
day. The price of gold also rose strongly and then fell back part way. At
the close in London gold was 89 dollars an ounce, after having risen to 94
dollars at one p>int. I had Inmpel a record 57 an ounce yesterday
The central banks of West G;ermany, Belgum, the Netherlands and
reportedly Switzerland had to Intervene tol support the dollar in the
morning's panic selling, and some Swiss ban ks were reporrted to be refusing
to accept foreign bank-notes.
CONFUSION BY SHARP INCREASE IN PRICE OF GOLD
NE:W YORKK (AP) The sharp increase in gold prices in Europe caused
cofso Ilmong U.S. dealers Thursday and brought sales of gold coins to
aodo was qurm allowed to own gold except in the folrm of gold cons dated prior to the
year 1933.
A spokesman for P~ererar Company, a major New York foreign currency
exchangee house,r sdrtehen ba rfgld is practically came to a halt in
He added that dealers are also reluctant to sell because they "have no
idea of the real value of gold coins at this time".
He said that in recent days the British gold Sovereign, which contains
almost a quarter of a troy ounce of gold, had been quoted at 29 dollars'
lae rs nc eNapoleon at 27 dollars and the Swiss Vreneli at "over ao
The spokesman pointed out this was now "academic" until the gold
price situation becymes clearer since no operations were being made here.
RELIANCE ON IMPORTED HAS ITS DANGERS
KANSAS CITY (AP) The United States will have to rely heavily ~n
imported oil in the near future to avoid an energy shortage, an executive of
Amo~co Oil Company said today.
tolfchardh i. Lect, Vice Pre ientm if sply t dittlishutin Ennn ao Ao,
that reliance on Imported oil has its dangers but said, "it is literally the
only alternative open to us."
Leet, the keynote speaker, said the US might be importing half the
crude oil it uses by 1985. He also raid there must be a balance between
national energy needs and the ecology movement because the present
concern for ecology can lead to neglect of energy needs.
To encourage exploration for new domestic fucts and development of
more domestic refining capacity Lect urged talx incentives for producers
and a free market for natural gas at the wdtlhead.

4 BANK ROBBERS KILLED, STOLEN MONEY RECOVERED
PORHT 01I SP'AIN, TRINID)AD (AP) lour armed bank robbers were
shot anld killed in a gunbattle with police late Thursday, police said.
HlillsM Istirct ousidn use ity we te bandt too< rruet atear2 rob
the Barclays Baunk of 50,000 dollars U.S.
Police said all the money was recovered and firearms were seized.
TERRORIST GANGS ON WARPATH IN ARGENTINA
IIUENOS AIRES (AP') TIerrorist gangs shot to death two policemen
Thursday and stole their weapons. The attacks were part of a steady
increase in violence by Leftist and pro,-Peronist guerrillas who are opposed
to elections scheduled for March I1. They call instead fo~r revolutionary
seizureS n, some 40 armed guerrillas raidedl an army communicationse
compound in Cordoba and escaped with a quantity of pistols and rifles,
two anti-aircraft machine guns and scores of military uniforms.
Authorities said four officers were in a patrol car when men in a passing
vehicle opened fire with automatic weapons, killing one officer instantly
and forcing the other patrolmen to surrender their weapons.
ACQUFFFTED OF MURDERING LABOUR MINISTER
MONTREAL (AP) Jacques Rose was acquitted Thursday on at charge
of murdering former Quebec labour Minister Pierre Laporte.
The verdict was delivered after the jury deliberated a total of 13 hours,
twoto t me uhdtr al fr Rose on charges stemming from the kidnapping
admurder of Laporte in October, 1970, Hie was acquitted in D~ecember
atrhis second trial ended in a hung jury.
Rose still faces charges of complicity in Laporte's abduction and
detaining the former cabinet minister against his will.
OFFER DENOUNCED AS "DEATH-BED CONVERSION"

nto al lcin ssInsdo acioiu htome Preh hs li pyhis
natA r de ncig Opstio ni ro e of btter benefits as pie in the
etsk, ynch uddnenly produced an even biggerhteananz pakage including
Opposition leaders immediately denounced Lynch's offer as a deacth-bed
conversion and an indication that their own concentration on social issues
was hurting his 1ianna Faill soldiers of destiny -- Parrty.
At the core of Lynch's plan was a promise to abolish the centuries-old
system of 'rates' local taxes levied on dwelling houses. This system, here
as in Britain, has over the years proved inadequate to finance Local
Authority activity in education, housing and health care.
It has led to hardship too, where families whose incomes have fallen
through retirement or mother reasons still find themselves faced with a heavy

xlCTO THREATENED SO PAPERS TURNED OVER
LOS ANGELEI:S (AP) The government prosecutor in the P'entagon
Papers trial, deciding not to risk n "sanction" threatened by the judge,
turned over secret papers to, defense attorneys today.
A spokesman for defendants D~aniel lllsberg and Anthony Russo said
the documents statements by a Central Intelligence Agency agent were
handed over by Asst. U.S. Attorney D~avid Nissen just before court began.
Nissen, who has indicated he expects to rest his case today, previously
had refused to give the defense the documents, which the judge had said
might help IEllsberg and Russo prove their innocence.
"MOST FAVOURED NATION" STATUS FOR U.S.S.R.?
WASHINGTON (AP') The package of trade legislation P~resident Nixon
wUi send to Congress is expected to contain a provision glrnting the Soviet
Un enio mostfo th lsds is part us tagr eem initalled by the United
States and the U.S.S.R. on trade and tend-lease matters.
A country with most favoured nation status is automatically entitled to
all the trade benefits the Unites States extends to an1y other country. The
practical effect is that imports from these countries into the United States
enjoy the later tariff rates ncegotiatedl over the years under the recipr~cul
trade program.
CHINAA NEGLIGENT TOWARD MIDDLE EAST" CHOU
CAIRO (AP)- Premier Chou En-Lati says the Chinese government
expects to pay more attention to the Middle Earst following the cease-fire
in Vietnam, Al Ahram reported today.
nMohr d Hassarnein Helkal,retc edino o toe hsemio fi ial adib
"negl~ignt" toward the Middle East, "but we expect more attention tot be
paid to it following Vietnam."
Chou said the Chinese Foreign Minister will visit Cairo in the course of
an extended tour later this year "and we understand an Egyption
government delerpation will visit Peking also."
TAIWAN DENOUNCES U.S.4IlNO AGREEMENT
TAlPEI, Taiwan 9AP)- Nationalist China charged Frtiday that a
WashingtonPeking agreement to set up liaison offices in each other s
capital "contravenes the wishes of the Chinese people and said it would
consider "null and void" any agreement reached by the United States and
Mainland China.


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

Copies of contract documents including drawings and seificatin
may be collected from the Engineering and Planning Offce, C nss
Manhattan Building, Oakes Field, Nassau, or Stai Mngr
Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera ainMngr

Sealed tenders or written inability to tender should be sent to the
General Manager, BaTelCo, P. O. Box N-3048, Nassau s t ri n
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"which would establish a
regular mec anism" f
deciding how to maintain an
annual spending ceiling. The
problem, he said, is that there
is no one in congress charged
with the duty of adding up
spending bills and considering
the impact on pri es andt i s
message closely paralleled his
nationwide radio talk
Wed say s id el of the
lngug a idna.
'I am pleased to report that
our economic prospects are
very bright," Nixon said. He
called the nation's job picture
"very encouraging.
Although the jobless rate
among young people and
women has dropped, he said,
'it is also much too high and
constitutes a great waste for
our nation."
He said that as the nation
moves "into a new era of
pectme syosp rity inour
have room indeed, is going
to have need --for nearly every
available hand."
The role of women in the
economy is bound to grow,
Nixon said, adding that his
administration was committed
to full employment of women.
He also said the
administration supports the
proposed equal rights
amendment to the
constitution


In advance of the Friday
session, the United States told
the four-nation International
Commission of Control and
Supervision that it has
withdrawn more than 42 per
cent of its military forces from
South Vietnam since the
cease-fire went into effect Jan.
28.
In a letter to Ambassador
Michel Gauvin of Canada,
chairman of the Commission,
the United States also reported
that other allied fore ign
countries, mainly South Korea
have redeployed more than 49
per cent of their forces froin
South Vietnam.
Under terms of the Vietnam
Peace Agreement signed in
Paris on Jan. 27, the rate of the
release of American POWs held
by the Communists in North
and South Vietnam and Laos
depends on the rate of the
withdrawal of American forces
and troops of other nations
allied with South Vietnam.



L AOS PE ACE:


WU WW I




VIENTIANE, LAOS (AP)~
Wartorn Laos on Thursday
entered a declared cease-fire
that instead of peace brought
reported North Vietnamese
'and Pathet Lao attacks and the
fall of two government-held
toWnL
Military and other sources
reported massive violations by
the Communist side of the
noon cease-fire deadline fixed

sgnetd on Wemd esayag met
SThe reports said government
g forces Intreate in the fe o

shellfire and infantry attacks
and had to evacuate PaksonS
and Muong Phalane, two towns
Seat of the Mekong River in
lSouthern Laos. Paksong was
abandoned 15 minutes after
the deadline, the sources said*
Vienn Northern L os, Noth
reported to have continued
heavy attacks against Gen *
Vang Pao's army of Meo
tribesmen on the southern edge
of the Plain of Jans. The
tribesmen were organized into
a government fighting f rce
with help from the U.
Central Intelligence Agency*
The reported cease fire
offensive came after U.S.
planes futd already halted the r

government forces, freeing the
North Viet amese and Pathet
Lao from the threat of
retaliation from the air.
If it follows the pattern in
Vietnam, where numerous
truce violations have been
charged, the United States is

ei t-e gnd tBS2 borerms
back to the skies of Laos.
NOT FULLY CLEAR
The cease-fire was
ne go tiated with the
Communists al read y
controlling three-quarters of
the territory of Laos and
pushing westward toward the
Mekong. The kingdom is about
the size of the state of Oregon.
The military situation might
ntcbecocme iuyclea for dys
primitive or non-existent in
much of the mountainous and

::s im eateP s tepserwe

nciner for e afore ng k e

the ne dsoait 6 govrn en
agreehment.the naion

Interin ionaste Contr l

19 c Genewa Agreeent d
with supervising the truce even
th ugh it has hken inef etiv


made up of India, Canada and
Poland, plans to beef up its
present staff of 19 delegates
andl7 secretarial assistants.
By terms of Wednesday's
accord, the Vientiane regime
and the Pathet Lao will form a
new coalition govenr ment
made up of equal numbers
from each faction plus two
neutralists. Prince Souvanna
Phouma. A declared neutralist,
is expected to remain as
Premier,


Bui Tin, chief spokesman for
the North Vietnimese
delegation who announced the
agenda for Friday's meeting
reported that the release of
Vietnamese political prisoners
is being discussed also.
He added, however, that a
controversy over the civilian
detainees is not delaying the
release of the next group of
A merican POWs, which,
according to U.S. timetables,
must be carried out no later
than next Tuesday.
NO DELAY
"We do not think the
civilian issue is delaying the
release of American POWs,'

said Tin. "That depends on the
rate of troop withdrawals. But
the civilian prisoner issue is an
important one."
Tin said the provisional
revolutionary government has
requested the release of
political prisoners. He cited
three of the better known
detainees imprisoned by the
Saigon regime for their alleged

::,iiti:":::s ..:" lwe ro Dn
Dzu, Deputy Mrs. Ngo Ba
Thanh, and newspaper
publisher Tran Ngoc Chau.
Dzu ran a surprising second
to President Nguyen Van Thieu
in the 1967 Presidential
election .
"It is not just them we want
released," said Tin. "These
three are not with the
provisional revolutionary
goernment, but they are well
know hr"in Saigon and
South Vietnam has turned
over to the Communist side a
list of 5,000 civilian detainees
itholds.oButeTin econmhente :

number of civilian prisoners is

Rryul I f oSol th Venm t
not ompl th Vet
Te Su Venamese
government leVelled the same
charge at the Communist side.
The fore gn ministry said the
Commumist side to date has
presented a list of only 200
civilians it holds.
The South Vietnamese
fo ein ministry said its lit

captured by the Communists
has increased from 49,000, to
59,000, with additional reports
of missing persons from
relatives since the truce began.
The foreign ministry said the
list of missing South
Vietnamese includes civil
servants, teachers, students,
and village and hamlet officials
abducted by the Communists,
most of them in Hue and
Quang Tri during the 1968
TET offensive.
North Vietnam and the Viet
Gong fre 4 merican
military and civilian personnel
in the first of four increments
on Feb. 12. Another 20
Americans were released Feb.
18 in North Vietnam as a
Itodwill ge ture for the visit of
U.. nego iator Henry A.
Kissinger to Hanoi on Feb.
10-14.
The Communist side now
holds 422 U.S. military and
civilian personnel in North and
South Vietnam and Laos. The
deadline for the withdrawal of
al merican troops from

r pa raon of U.S p ionehe,
is March 28.
bA UnS spokesman said tah
American troop withdrawals
averaging about 400 per day,
U.S strength would er c b


The spokesman said that as

ca e-ire,2t there test 2 ,5 e
U.S. troops in Vietnam. Since
that time, 9,881 have been
redeployed, and American
strength as of Thursday stood

at e trop strength of allied

3,1, to s7,9b3eenVi tally a
of these are South Korean
troops.


WINTHROP ROCKEFELLER
DIES OF CANCER AT 60
,PAL SPRINS CLIF(A)-
Arkansas Governor and one of six
chuldren of multimnillionaire John
D. Rockeflcler Jr., died today of
cancer at Desert Hospital, a family
spokesmank m d a 1tod to the
hospital a week ago with a chest
allment, but doctors had refused to
g""iderdes~l Ist t he ulnee- Th
related to a malignat cyst that was
removed from his back last yeru.


rcmm nd arttax programme
thatbuids urter re orms on
thoew we achieved in 1969 and
1971.
His administration has been
studying tax-reform legislation
intensively in recent months
but, up to now, it has never
benicertain the ad inistration
recommendations.
In both 1969 and 1971,
Ceo ains appartovedt reform
substantially. Now, the focus in
Congress is on closing so-called
loopholes in the tax code.
Nixon also said he would
send bills to provide
property-tax relief for the
elderly, provide an income tax
credit for tuition paid to
private elementary and
secondary schools, and to give
him more power to change
tariffs.
He said bills would be
sus nhad va improved n e
sys em, te unemp oymen
compensation law, minimum
wage laws and "the manner in
which we deal with our
transportation system.
In each instance Nixon held
back the details.
But he was expansive on a
key recommendation -
holding back growth of the
federal budget. He urged
adoption of an annual spending
ceiling by Congress $269
billion in fiscal 1974 and $288
billion mn fiscal 1975.
"The stakes are high," he
said. "If we do not restrain
spending and if my
recommended cuts are
rever ed,rit wo di take a 15 p::

to pay for the additional

exnit ral te first time the
President put a figure on the
magnitude of the tax increase
he thinks would be needed if
the federal budget got out of
control.
He came straight to the
question raised by members of

spondingr-ceedisng proposal: tht e
if violates the principle of
separation of powers between
the executive and legislative
branches.
"We sould never, of course,
lose our sharp concern for
maintaining constitutional
balances," Nixon wrote. "But
we should never overlook the
fact that we have joint
responsibilities as well as
separate powers "
He added, "there are many
areas in which the President
and the Congress should and
must work together in behalf
of all the people --and the
level of spending, since it
di reetly affects the
pocketbooks of every family in
the land, is one of the most
critical."
Nixon said he has carried
out his pledge not to
recommend programmes that
would require a tax increase
and trigger inflationary
pressures.itiup oth
C o it tchu th ffor
Congress to matc tese e fots
with a spending ceiling of its
own," he said.


.


L


e siW Srthunt


Friday, February 23, 1973.


ENDING ANY DOUBTS


President Nixon



promises ta x


reform ball soon


By Bill Neikirk

WASHINGTON (AP)- Ending doubts about his plans,
President Nixon told Congress Thursday that he will submit a
tax-reform bill this year.

men his Stateto th onion No other recommendation is
Nixon dealt with the subject mor impo rg that ,saCongress
only one sentence: '1 shall consider internal reforms


NEXT TUESDAY DEADLINE IjgggEL pg g g


TELL STalyg gF


SIIlll-llM

By Marcus Eliason
TE L AVIV, ISRAEL
(AP)-Israef's air force chod a
and the fighter pilots w so
down a Libyan airliner said
Thursday that the pilots were
only trying to force the plane
to land but it resisted and
seemed to be trying to escape.
Defense Ilinister Moshe
aac otoldinestmie th Ire i
taken through normal military
channels below the government
level and had "no political
significance whatsoever."
The Soviet Union, which
backs the Arab countries in the
Middle East conflict, declared
through official news media
that Israel was attempting to
wreck a settlement.
Apparently 105 persons died
in the crash Wednesday of the
Libyan airlines Boeing 727 jet
in the Israell-occupied Siani
Desert. Libyan officials said
the three-jet plane had 112
aboard. Israel reported nine
survivors were pulled from the
wreckage but two of these
both women, later died '
We tried desperately to
force it down, not to shoot it
down" the air force chief, Maj.
Gen. Mordechai Hod, told
reportons. He added: "The
more the pilot objected and
the more he tried to get away
the more suspect he became.*?
.Israeli pilots said that before
firing they confronted the
Fr.::h cpai e t arie
and tried in vain with hand
signals and wing-wagging to get
him to land.
But in Cairo, the plane's
intended destination, officials
said a recording of the pilot's
1881 CODversation with Egyptian
controllers showed that he had
lost course, was unaware he
was over hostile territory and
might have thought the: fighters
were friendly E ytian MI~s

Cairo ofREal msid the
pilot's last words were: "We
are now shot. We are shot by a
fighter. We are shot by a

Ho said the plane was
flying over "one of the most


an area prohibited to flers
because of its sensitive
installations "
Hod declined to a eculate
whether the jetliner was
carrying sples. But he suggested
at a news conference that the
pilo a acted irresponsi y
forrya captain rof an airline
persons.
Two pilots identified at the
news conference only by the
initials "S" and "Y" said their
U.S.-made Phantom fighter-
bombers were 10 or 15 feet
from the Boeing and they
could see the captain.
"We had orders to bring him
to an air base, so with my
thumb I pointed down and
backward, because we already
were beyond the base where
we wanted the plane to land,"
Y related. "But the pilot
indicated with his hand that he
was going straight on, west
toward the Suez Canal.
"About three times we
exchanged these hand signals.
Then I flew about 200 to 300
meters ahead of him and
waggled my wings, giving him
the international aviation
follow-me sign. Then I turned
back toward Bir Gafgafa Air
Bsta btut hekept going
"He lowered his wheels,
indicating he wanted to land
but he still ke t o et ard,
Then I came close and fired a
Burst of cannon fire in front of

"Now I came close for the
second timely again about three

ahead, parallel to the airliner,
so that he would be sure to see


tde, en gglefolmy wings an

wheels, picked up speed and
kept going west. wr eyna
the Canal, so we fired warning
shots at his right wingtip, not
to disable him, but to show
him we meant business.

mint awa fro th eCaoal

obdutwe20 min8 an ngr awd st
about 1,500 feet.
"So we decided to shoot at
the wing to cause more serious
damage. I saw a red flame and
black smoke comeout of thre
wing. I ussume we hit fuel.
'He made an emergency
landing, coming down, down,
down and then he hit the
ground and caught fire."
The fighter pilot said the
final shot was aimed "at what
we call the root of the wing,
where the fuselage and wing
join.


Second phase of


US PO Ws release



Str Oop wa thd ra wals


By George Esper
SAIGON (AP)- The chiefs of the delegations to the four-party
jomnt military commission are preparing to discuss the second
phase of American prisoner of war repatriation.


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Phbtta~er/Bdherr 1917-1972
Contributhel Bdror I 972 .
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONY,M.Sc., I).A., LL.B.,
Pubamerisadt~ra197.
Published Dally Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
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Advertising 2-1986, 2.2768

Friday, February9 23, 1973.


provided a w~ide range of
much-needecd we~lture facilities
to the commnunities in whiih

create < 1l t oult lumng
educational orlppor~tunrities .nd
other schemes wrhichl ,Issi4ed
their work,rs or thir
communities~
"While Somel~ inllt \;r\ that
these a re mrh ta ke n
gestures, nerhls uch
activities~ ;re to1 be1 ,!r mage~ d
and are to? be inte~:pseted~i .
signs of gcoodfathn tlihrt ru stL by
the various groupsl~
"It is ar signt thaft \ou as
businessmetn rea~li/e Ithat the
Bahamas andt Wh;11:nuns.I hatve
been exceptiona~rl s prd to~ the

business communir ti I urt her it
is a signi thati this bus~iness
commmut\l i\ p~reparedl to do
something to better~ the Iling
conditions of thenr w~orkers.
This I thinkh ir ., wellcomeid
spirit.
Mr. Da;rine~ sold
continuedl to 4Itre Il the need
for cooper ation! l In achileving i



By The A~srtumiii P'ress
To)A Y n m ny
t 73HI~H 2.r lll C~l 1I
year
date:
un er vay Pe rtwri Ir sidzn
Nixon antd ('hiner~ e evnir (hou
en-l nsawe t herc~ toIprav
China
confernee of Jews ilIrsrs
Belgium. appeals to, the Soviet
union to allow Icews to em ~rate to
israel.
for er ya Brii (;iail lI ~as y
ends association with cGreat Britain
but remains withi rt simm nuwealths
President Abdul Amari Kairume s
regime in Zanziibr.
Co mttee res I es Il co lie
whether southern RHoldesial has
attained runl self govemmeint; u.s
eelsco ets astronaut John iK, a;nn
Ir. back to Cape C'anaveral after
Clnnthbe mes first American to
19s9 European Court of
Hu ansbKights opens first meeting
in Srs orR.


been other lights. Some of them equally brilliant in their own
way. But none of them have bein the same.
And so I have to feel that it is "enough" to have one talent ...
and to be grateful that they are all related to the quality of the
soul.
I write. I have done it well enough to make a good living from
it. I must say that I enjoy the easy flow of words when I sit down
to write. This mn itself is a form of rhythm because even in writing
some words have more music iiba sentence than others.
And I hope that God doesn't h~nk I am ungrateful when I say
that my mind harks back to nights of lQong ago on the Sponge
Exchange when the poor tagged, unlettered, toil-worn spongers ...
just hoet from nshard voyae on the "mud" ... gathered around a
man witha concertina iln the market place and sang lustily with a
heart full of joy, despite their poverty.
I would gieeverything I own just to be that ragged man with
the concert a andi the gltt of song.
I have often told Bert Cambridge how fortunate he is ... but I
am not sure that he realizes how rich he is in possessing one of
God's finest gifts ... the ability to make music.
I feel that one of the knost popular people in the colony today
Is Hilda Barrett ... she is in demand everywhere in the island
today where decent people play instruments and make song ...
and she gives unstintingly of her talent. This is why she seems to
exude joy wherever she goes.
And I am sure that Pant Wood, who is completing four years of
music at St. Benedict's College in St. Joseph's, Minnesota in June,
will develop into another Hilda Barrett in Nassau.
* **
A couple of months ago I received a report from St. Joseph's
Univeralty in~ Minnesota on the progress made by Pam at this fine
Catholic college twhich i headed by Mother Henrita, a sister of
the Very Rev. Fr. Comellus, O.S.B., O.B.E., who has spent most
of his pdrietly life in the Bahamas. He is now stationed at Grand
Bahama.



arrival. She is gifted, outgoing, courageous and generous".
People endowed with these special human qualities give a rich
flavour to life.
4 a ,,
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: In yesterday's instalment I said that
my mother htad "dabbing hands".
Oh yes, there is suds a thing as rubbing hands. This fact was
confirmed for me during a serious illness in 1953 following an
operation at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
lt was then that I learned that every nurse brought something
special to a bedside.
Nurse Virginia Gibson was the only person who could put mie
to sleep. When she sat by my bedside, held my hand in hers and

taTeh tat Nu se ton let ftthoe prfect Nght Nurse. She sat in
a chair outside the door of my room and if there was even a
change ~in pace of my breathing she heard it and was at my side
like a recite.
At. that time twko,other nurses were on private cases in thle
hospital. They uded th come in to my room to help. Both these
riurser~ ... Monica'Davis and my cousin Lily Thompson ... had
aubbing hands. I used to have terrible pains in my back. These
nurses could rub that pain away. In addition to all the other
wonderfid things my wife brought into my life, she also has
ebbing hands and I am told by friends I have helped when they
have been ill that I also can rub a pain away. My wife wanted to
be a nurse and not a teacher but she was too young to go into
training when she graduated from high school and so she went to
Teacher's College at Iadiana University instead, but Dr. Graham.
who was our family doctor up to the time of his death, always
said that, despite Iriotet that she never had a day's training as a
nrase, she iALps tim~l 415 ars in the island. 11* sid that she
seemed tokstow instinerively what to do in an emergency and she
wasn't afraid to act.
*'* a a *
THlOUGHTS FOR TODAY
We pralsse egthe admnverse together: and you ask me to give
you my scanty rgwages a well. I have given you the greatest of all
things; and you ask me to gv tyou thedlitaleathilngs. Gave ysou

not enough! Was it not enough! -SA


SHe q~noli w ation between too much and too little.-


Friday, Februry 2t3, 1973.


Labourlr Miolster wants more social



ceaslcience frola local businesshouses


Speskfakn before the
Easployta Confedetrtion at
tim Sherattn Britfih Colonil

md tha be asmem to b
growing~feellirnatngla Bstter
educated at a rticulate
Bahemsamjlr abti that mainy of
tim enmtares offited by
t ~y's buelangue such as
o lortunities for eradicating
poverty, destifts slums or
improving health services are
just not being attended to.
"There is the feeling," he
de clared, "that your
application of priorities are all
wrong and that you see most
things simply inl terms of
dollars and cents."
The Minister called on the
Confederation, as as
organization of Employers, to
become not onlyt a part of the.
business commnunityy but also a
part of the social community.
'There is need for a spirit
of wiingnless and cooperation
with your employees as well as
with government," he said,
"You Av PARhosen the
Bahamas as your place of work
and re sidence and
consequently you ought to
become a part of it socially as
well as economically.
"You must stop seelag the
community in divided terms,
meaning that here is labour;
there is management; or this is
Sbuam ancem; that is not

em 1 yen t ake a effort the
avoid emphasizing the
diffemnaces between worker,


government or employer and
see the similarities.
"These fine lines of

o n cmon efor s Idhe p
eliminated. What I would like
to see developed here in the
Bahamas," he said, "is a closer
spirit of cooperation between
businessmen and all segments
of the community so that the
nation will be given a unity of
purpose that is so necessary as
we approach independence."
What he was suggesting, the
Minister observed, was that
employers, workers and
government recognize their
common goals in the buildinS
of the Bahamian nation-
"Employers and workers
must see themselves as partners
along with government in our
nation and in our society.
Management must reinforce its
image of its social
responsioility towards its
workers."
Mr. Darling noted, however,
that he had been "heartened"
by the good deal of evidence o

heightened social responsibility
on the part of some employers.
HAPPY
Hie said he was happy to see
that members of the business
community had come forward
on many occasions to respond
to the needs of the community
by way of scholarships,

gene 18 suppr fogarm critaan
organ zations.
Thre were instances of

cpntnouslyf sn volu t rl


c~ommnon goals. This meant that
as the citizen wanted from
government so must he also be
< epna mdit to give to
Coloperation. he added, was
a tw~o-w~ay street.


By ETIENNE DUPUCIH
(This is the fourth 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 said that my mother had rolled up in her single
nature all the real and enduring riches of life. This is so true. ~I
have never met anyone who was endowed by nature with more
beautiu att iutes.
I thought that these were things that could be created through
careful training but experience has taught me that the richest gifts
in life came from God ... and no man can duplicate them,
however hard he may try.
The thing I wanted most in my home was music and song.
I spent a lot of money on my children ... piano and violin ...
Sbut by the time we got down to our fifth child I gave up trying.
My eldest daughter Eileen, who makes a success of anything
she undertakes because she has the gift of application, tried hard
because she knew how much it meant to me.
She became a proficient pianist ... even passed some London
examinations with honours. Every morning before I went to the
Office she played a few pieces on the piano for me. These were
Rough days in The Dibune ... heavy pressures from the Old Guard
... but this morning session prepared me for anything that lay
~ahead that day.
'_"But she had no real talent for music. And so she gave it up
when she went to school in England where she devoted all her
dime to art in which she is highly talented. Her teachers in
*England wanted her to make a career in art but she had promised
;to stand by me in rThe Rtibune and so she fitted herself for a
career in journalism, accepting art as a hobby.
I~She has dance rhythm.
SMy eldest son, Etienne Jr., had no talent for music. He
didn'tt even try. Rathe~r,he disrupted most of the classes. This boy
todayy one of the really successfid men in the island because he
wayss knew what ~he wanted to do in Ilfe ... and he went out
:d did it .. but he was a hellion as a child, stubbornly rejecting
may thing he didn't want. But he had a natural talent for art and it
r'sthis talent that has brought him such success in the publishing
lYeld. His wife is a talented writer and he has a knowledge of art
that makes his publications comparable to the best in the world.
~Cis productions will stand the test anywhere in the world.
SJoan has a natural talent for music, art and dancing that could
;re highly developed but she uses these gifts casually and has
fused to take them seriously.
~ These youngsters have been fortunate in their art because my
Brother, Gilbert inherited my mother's gift for art. He should
~ive made a career in art but when my father died he was saddled
$v~ith the responsibility for two of us who were still too young to
fake care of ourselves. He studied art in Canada and won many
3op prizes at big exhibitions. His teacher wanted him to prepare
f~or the Royal Academy.
SFather died while he was home on a vacation. He never got
wa~y from The 'Iibune after that ... it destroyed his life.
SBoy, it's terrible to think of the sacrifices that have been made
-o give the Bahamian people! a newspaper like The Tmbune.
SJust think of it ... I had six children. The other three -
~dernard, Bette and Pierre also have special talents for self



p young to take art from her uncle Gillbert ... give her a bunch
epf flowers and she will use them to give added life to a room. She
41so dances beautifully'
IS; But not one of them plays an instrument. Not a single one of
them can carry a note in song. At least I can sing in church
-lvithout causing people to look around to let me know that I am
creatingg discord.
There is joy in song. I think the greatest of all God's gifts is
mzcusic and dancing. I cannot think of any joy that compares with
?hat of a person who can play an instrument and sing to an
audiencee. Or one whose body naturally responds to the rhythm
oSf music. I would give everything I may have achieved in life for
..This gift. .........,

SI'll tell you when I finally gave up trying to bring music into

a myl s pleased when my sons Etienne Jr. and Bernard were
accepted in the High School Department of St. John's University
'in Minnesota. It was a happy day for me when ... soon after they
Sgot there .... they wrote to tell me that they had joined the
student band
I wrote back Immediately to say how happy this news made
Sme. I told them to bring dthei instnrments home for the summer
holidays and we would have some real music.
SThey wrote back tosay that this was impossible.
Thinking that the reason was that the instruments belonged to
:the school. I wrote to tell them that there was no problem ... I
would buy instruments for them.
SIt was only then that they wrote to tell me the instruments
*they were playing.
SBemard was beating the big drum and I think that Etienne was
plashing ~the cymbals or doing something else that could be used
~only in aband.
f I can't remember what Etienne played. My tmmory boggled at
the big drum
God Almighty! Their mother and I had stinted ourselves of
tthings we needed to give these youngsters a chance to learn an
lAs tenard was beating the big bass drum!

ct tas then I veasttew t at certain gifts aremfrom heaven and
I am not complaining. Every member of my family is gifted
with some form of self-expression.
SBut my mother tied them a'll. hs was what I meawrwhen I
raid that the night she died a light went out in my life. There have


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constitutions for its former
colonies, enthroned the
concept first in the
constitution of Nigeria in
1969, then Sierra Leone and
Malta in 1961, Jamaica in 1962
and downotouAntilguca in I 6.
the superior courts of Trunidad
and commentary on the
aostitu ion of Inin and dothe
submission that in
C e lthtonsin Pthe British
"citizen" meant only the
individual and made the
submission that only
individuals can sue for a breach
of their rights. .
by Trniamd anc ew r Tam od


ST. JOHNS, Antigua, (AP)
- The attorney handling the
Antigua government's appeal in
the so-called "newspaper case"
maintains that the Bill of
Rights in the Antigua
constitution protects only
individuals and not
corporations.
Queen's Counsel Harvey
Dacosta, the Jamaican attorney
retained by the Antigua
government to argue the
appeal, contends that both the
statues struck down last yeat
by trial Judge Allan Lewis do
not violate constitutional
guarantees of press freedom.
found bot daews A ntra L irs
and therefore null and void.
The appeals case got
underway in Antigua Monday,
before a three-judge panel
headed by Acting Chief Justice
Percy Cecil.


"The Bill of Rights provide
for the freedom of individuals
and must protect certain
inalienable rights of human
beings," Dacosta declared. The
attorney then traced the
evolution of the concept of
protection of human freedoms
from I929 when the institute
of international law drafted its
"declaration of the rights of
man and provided
protections for the individual
rights he stated these concepts
were later enshrined by the
"European convention for the
protection of human rights and
fundamental freedoms" of
19D costa next showed how
the British colonial office, in
dra fting independence


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TIIFWI5 MAlant

ROMAN ROBERKT ("R)N'
1'AWLOWSKI, whose documentary
rfi dile T'Au ttra swns Slwt
at a p.m. saturday at the Teacher!
TIraining C'ollege Auditoriumr
Oakes. I ield, for the benefit of th
unhama\ National T~rust. This is th
fourth in a series of five wildlife
films being presented this winte
the United States. Mr. Pawtowski i

rcns r ntrrnistb After Ith eearso
of saltwater crocod les, he ha
emerged as the recognize
athorty iu hi reld Exln t
Australian tropics, he has mad
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including the world's largest pelican
r c kr (o e3 4 5 0 0 tsn) a w eh
the saltwater crocodile. All of thes
are included in his full-colour filr
to be shown Saturday evening
etikets arhe otbata lae ateu ofc
street, or at the door.


"MADS SKOU"
"ORDUNA"


21st March
- 29th April


~IAt issue is a statute requiring
is newspapers to lodge a $10,000
::udgmens pror toes ta!": o
publication. The second state
Is would force newspapers to pay
d an annual $600 licensing fee.
eiA ttorne y aDac os t
:s three other government
n lawyers, spent most of Tuesday

;e the judge's decision.
m Dacosta noted that the 1971
gne wspaper registration
Amendment act exempted The
Antigua Times newspaper,
which brought the action
against the government from
applying for a licence.
Therefore, D~acosta added, The
Times was not a proper
"person" in law to claim relief
as it was not affected and
therefore, could not claim
damages.
In a three-hour address he
quoted from the English
Interpretation Act to construct
hseedmean ng ofthe"person" ig
Constitution and to show that
in the Bill of Rights contained
therein a corporate body was

H ae the realp int i
could mean only an individual,
and not an artificial creation.


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15th APRIL
8th MAY


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Friday, Fetbruary 23, 1973.


of stabbing his frlriend dulring a
brawl over $10 .It linLcoln
Boulevr rn eAS /~rtm Cel I ~
tb tifednh wt e <~p~ll J 3 ur

that Cahe refuse .ltlctl .I tur
moeate tae fo Im the lrr i 1n
Ambehr R~oom Clb aher .\h n
Itnih Te; monel He at as k
butce baelnged tol the n .~ li


nlrrow w i\.l stnIng1~I .rt the
side~ o~f the i.lr near to, where

1I1,11h~ at lle ( said !(l 110 aId t

(as~h aIndl tBrrows\r beg~n
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Sah~m ***


Adcderley, Ellis
Anderson, G;loverbell
Balin, Malvis
Baii; Sidney

Bre~nnen.Stalnley
Brice, Susaln ~ae
BrownI GranIIville
Brown, Kiirkw~cod
Browni. Simeocn L.
Brown. Simeron
Burrows, A~lfred
Buirrows. Ithaman
Burrows. Lillan
I urrmy ~ Malne

Carmpbell, Agnes P.
Celon, Charles
C~larkie, Dorothy
Clarke, Nigeal
Clark~e, Theophilus
Clarke, Wendatll
Colebrook, Getorge
Cooper, Spence
Will any other person
thiat h~e has a valid caim


Curtis. De~lores
Darlingg. Clalranell
Ferguson. Beatrice
Ferguson, Lillian

Ferguson, Vllamae
Forbes, Evelyn
Forbes, Judy
Forbes. Kirk
Forbes, Robin
Francis. Zach &/o~r Curry V.
Gatrdiner, Sylvia
George, John
Gibso,l: Charles
G en, CAtlbn W
Hall,.CharlesR F.
Heastic, Ar nold
Jack, Mitchel
Johnson. Leana
Joseph, Alphonso
Joseph, Lecoeur
King,. Arenetta
Kine, Charles
(depos\itor. shareholderr or
against the company which


Knetecshaw, Rex
Lighthourne. George/Wilfred
Mu' troe Merline
Pe Hddle
Ppe. dwlHard
Pratt. Joel
Rahming. Edward
Rahmling. Tlheo
S;:ints Burial Society
Saund~c s, oseph
Salvoic, 0dette
Smnith. Halrry
Smith. Jennie
orth it >ni

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Thompso~n, Muriel

Ililliam~s, Eula Mae
Williams. Tclry\ & Deveaux, Oliver

other crecditor) who considers
has not beecn formally admlnitted


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Liquidattor.l


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Defence win admission that taxi driver's death


'due to late diag HOSIS' Of alSCOSS
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filEWI HOPE BAPTIST
CORNERSTONE LAYING
A CORNERSTfONE-laying
ceremony is to take place 3
p.m. Sunday at the site of the
New Hope Baptist Church at
the corner of Jerome Avenue
and Chesapeake Road, the
pastor, the Rev. R. G.
Adderley, said today. wste
pastor at St. James Baptist
Church until July, 1968, when
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NO ONE UNDER 17 ADITD


Friday, February 23, 1973.


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACRolme OSS French
men 30i season
12. Famous 31 Equivocate
13. Worked for 32 Vermin
14. Greek letter 33 Vast amount
15.Distribe 34 Yongsters
16. Av rtion Belief a

1 C odk 38 it n: abbr.
21. Appointed time 40. Waste
23. Close allowance
2 Ekrs a 6 so kSh saecree


of worship. Although still
incomplete, the church has
been in use for about two and
a half years, Mr. Adderley said.
F.O.B. CAMERA CLUB
A MEETING; of the F.O.B.
Camera Club will be held
Monday at 8 p.m. at the
Bahamas Teachers' Clollege.
ind pen enme nt'sbefismo n
followed by a discussion on
cinema photography. Portraits
daeo dMs dBaha s nil ao
best prnsad slid s
puble meeting is open to the
GIBSON JR. PTA
me ia8 recently Ied m en h
Teacher's Association of CI i
Gibson Junior High School, the
following officers and
executive members were
elected to serve for the school
year 1972-73.
President Mr. James
Fed ick Knows ie cretaury -
Mrs. L A. Jose; asst. secretary
- Mrs. Erma Hart
Members of Executive
Council: Mr. Salathiel
Simmons, Mr. Orlander
Marshall, Rev. Alfred
Thompson, Mrs. Beverly
Taylor, Mrs. Lilian G. Coakley
Mrs. Jackie Barry, Mrs'
Rowena Lloyd. '


uo't try harder-


glVe up on him
I say, "Fine .. .let himl stalk with a camera. And if
he needs to have a trophy . brg home some pictures."
He says he wants our so to be skillful with a rlfle. I
don't mind that. We 'sve accss to an mallnt 3bat-
shooting range and astrc'Jra.
Finally, and wel at la'Y opinion, my husband says he
wants or son to be a` lan and that *ny refusl to sanction
th Abby, to meatnrue mn [aor swoan] 1s one who reoic?-
crr la the beauty of life, who works hard to preerve all o
that beauty, who respects mankind and all animals and
who kills only as a necessity and never for plesre rs
sport.
Many of our traditional and superficial concepts of
manhood and womanhood are being questioned these days,
and I think that the question of hutnting as a means at
developing Imaaculinity deserves being conidered by more
Americans. ANIMAL LO)VER
DEAR ANIMAL LOVER: Well saM. But let's her it
from another salmal lover:

DEAR ABBY: IThosle meat-eatesn who ttrow a tit about
harvesting wildlife have got to be some of tim biggest
hypocrites of all tne.
Just where do they think beef, post and mutton come
from? Anytbody who's raised a 4-H calf, or nursed alon a
runt pig or an orphan latmb knows that these animals are
every bit as lovable as the majestic buck or grcaceul doe.
Holw much kinder is death from a bit on the head with
a sldede hammer than from a bullet? All meat eaters are
gunty.
In case you're wondering-yes, I eat meat. And no, I
don't hunt. And yes, I love animals [present population, one
dog, four eats, six horses, and one pig].
MRS. K., LA MOILLE, IILINOIS


DEAR ABBY: I have been dating a divorcd man tw
two years now. He has a child by his a mrf, and my
p olem 1s tht ke eaps meinig n in no uncertain
I just can't accept this. I don't thinkr any woman could.
We have had several very series argannts ove this. He
tells me he loves me, then he quickly reminds me that his
child will always come first. [This child lives with his ex.
wife, but he has generous visitation rights.]
After he's had a few drinks~ he talks about marriage,
and I think he really means It, but when it comes to setting
a date, he has so many reason why he has to wait.
There's only one big problem, Abby. I really love this
man in spite of everything. So what shouki I do?
FOOLISH
DEAR FOOLISH: Tell him yours name Isa't "Avis,"
and yea don't ltead to try harrer because yea'se Namber
Two. I respect a divorced parnt who ceasidecrs hs child*
but the closest, most eandrlag relationship of all is the
husrband-wrife relatinship. Kiss the man gaoinby before he
beats yes to it. He's trylag to discourage yes*

DEAR ABBY: The letter in your column about landing
prompts this letter. Huntifng Is a sport to which I am
morally opposed. My husband knows my objectionr, Int,
since be is ra adult, I realize that his decisionare hs U
own, and it isr with his own conscience he must wrestle. I
don't participate in his hunting tripe, and have no intention
of doing soe.
The problem centers anrond our 13-year-ld son. MF
husband wants to buy him a gun and introdee him to the
sport. Our sron, eager to participate in activities with his
father, is excited by the prospect.
I don't feel that humans have the right to kil animals
unless their live are directly endangered, or ordems they
need the meat for survival. We ar a upel-mdinla.
mrban family, sad neither of these situations s likely t
My husband says that be wants our son to know the joy
of our rapidly vanishing wilderness areas. I say, "Flue,
take him camping and tach hkn th ecraft of the woods-
man."
He claims he wants our sonr to know the challenge of
stalkin elusive game.


SOLUTION F
49. Agitate
so. Saltpeter
5 Crisied


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SATRA' U D Y C
DOWNl
1. Spur
2. deper plant
4. Gold cloth
5. Top bili r
*6. Clique
7. Small ma-in
8 Tapestry
S.Tbet sheep
11. Summer drink
17. Water hole
26 19Leave at the

22. Pleasure boat
S24. Demur
25 Shoshoneans
2 Ne Yor Mets
35. Garden bush
39. Low
S41. Buffalo s canal
-42 Taxi
43. Gold in Spain
-44. Pilfer
W7 Fertt article
2 648. Prior to


Per tim 2s min. AP Newsfootyres


BEAITIFlICATIS

THE MINISTRY of Health
is appealing to the public for
donations of plants for the
beautification of various parts
of New Providence for
Independ nchecele ratios bA"
the following specific plants
are especially required:
coconut palms, royal palms,
flow"i" tr'""'".nd p a nd
Tr he Ministry will assume the
responsibility for removing the
trees safely from their present
locations, for filling up and
smoothing over the holes from
which the plants are taken and
will arrange for proper
acknowledgement for plants
Any person wishing to
donate plants may contact
Senator E. J. Rolle or the
secretary to the Acting
Director of Environmental
Health Services.


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,THE POWER OF THE VOID "s


WHI N YOU; HOLD the Ace,
King and Queen of a suit, you
are entitled to expect 3 tricks
mn that s~uit when playing in a
No Trumpy contract. If you
holdi the 2,, 3 and 4 of the same
suit. playing in a suit contract,

whn pa nk* hhae m vd3 n s a
aut with at least three trumps
wei~cll. Sucl is the power o

pei~ct~la Ia disa t rs oo Bridge
wita ta od ui nfaios to re ls

ttel I mto sit ali s o 1 gh
thart something might be done
abouti this. With all the
iclrvenitionala bids available for
ihowuinlg strength, distribution
and fecatulres, it is perhaps


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K 10 3
none
South reaches an ambitious 6
Spades, and gets the lead of the
Queen of Hlearts from West. If
h< draws trumps, he will go 3
dowrt, since there is no suit to
establish anywhere. So he
le vs the opponents'utrunih

own and dummy's trumps to
provide him with tricks
separately. Before doing so, he
is careful to cash the Ace and


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CATHOLIC DIOCESAN BAZAAR


The Bazaar is in aid of the Diocesan Schools, The Health Clinic
and the Poor of the Bahamas

The Managers respectfully solicit the friendly support of a generous public


The Hon. Livingston Coakley, Minister of Education & Culture,
will officially open the Bazaar at 4 p.m.


~iiC1~~


Friday, February 23, 1973.


6 ~comrre to the


hand came up. Not only did a
number of West players fail in
6t Clubs through getting a
Diamond ruffed, but some
last West pairs suffered the
indignityi of seeing South make
an 'impossible' 6 Spades
docu bled.
J 10 9 x,x
0 xxx


King of D~iamonds. Failure to
do this woulld meant thai the
ene~my's D~iamonds woulld he
discardedll and they would do a
little rufting o~f their own at
the end. After mauking his top
imns therretore. South
play~s thei Hearts fromn one hiand
and the (Clubs fromr the other
ruffinge hee~rfulli aili the was~
to twelve tric~ks. As in the
previous example, ialS an
initial trumtlp lead c-an thwart

him son can see, the power of
th vml iml~S nnons rm< < 1 th

zcmbined pount ~of 20 In the

scon~ad.. South male a1 umall
slami ilh .I c~omn~hred c~ounit of
<,il 1 w l a l< r I) t ll e wk t in
the servle c of a mrere 10 points
between thec twor hands,~ l.t
tha~t was~ good, enolughII fto land~ a
doubled sliim. Tluhs remalrkable

Teat wasd mad posil b\ th t aIur

rurb s tlnt i~s suit< In~ meb
Nassau's globe-trcltting Bndrid
tletoteec. Mr~. F-red Rubb~lra. who lc
takecs pairt In touirnaments~ In
rllnv diifterent parts oft the
world. Durrring a dupheata e palr"
comnpettluon in the ii 5 this


ody has tricks separately, while the
Device defenders lamely under-ruffed.
clear red Only a trump switch by
hat you East prevents the overtrick,
in the and only an initial trump lead
but in by West defeats the contract,
providing East leads another
of the trump when he gets in,
is the The type of playing tactic
following used by South in that hand,
cheeky where both declarer's trumps
followed and dummy's are used for
ubeby ruffing s de-sults,a isoical d sa

ao shhe satrt, and where th

tricks, a cross-ruff is always an
0 0 attractive alternative to
KQ 40 consider. Before embarking on
AKQ4 97, however, carter must cas
SK Q 3 an sidoeswinn r,ibccausreo s i
the defence will be doing some
discarding of their own, and
any attempt to cash winners at
the end will be frustrated.


remarkable that nobe
yet come up with a
capable of flashing a (
light which indicates t
have a void, not
opponent's suit,
partner 's.
One illustration
power of the void
outcome of the fl
hand, where some
bidding by South was 1

a~st. aG All. daldro



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7 4 3
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106 5
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Axxxxxx
none
hAainst any lead and any
defence. South gives up just
o~ne trump trick, establishes his
IDiamonds by two ruffs in
dummnny. then claims the rest.
RC
WOMEN'S WORLD
DAY OF PRAYER
T'he Wometn's World Day of
to =rr will he field on Marich 2

P'resbyterian Kirk.
The theme this year is
'Alert in Our Time"
The speaker will he Mrs.
Captain Firsk of the Salvation
AIrmy


At approximately 8:15 p.m. on Thursday the 15thi IFebrart .
1973, two masked gunmen entered the home of Mr. anid Mrx. C.
F. Spencer situate at Albacore Drive, Lucaya, Freetport. anld
forcibly took away their daughter Andrea, aged 4!/2 years. M'r.
and Mrs. Spencer were subsequently informed by telephone
that they would have to pay the sum of $250,000.00i fo~r the
return of their daughter.
After a number of telephone calls from an unide~ntifiedl mnale
voice or voices, Mr. Spencer was instructed to deposit thec sum i
of $250,000.00 at a location near Freeport City.


The District Manager, Th~e Royal Bank of Ctrrdad, Natssal.
Bahamas, offers a reward of $ 10,000.00 for information Ilead,; i
to the arrest and conviction of any or all persons involved ini t~e
kidnappn described above


Anyone having such information should contact The Ro,:l
Bahamas Police Force at Freeport (Telephone Nos. 2-9774/5
2-8333 (or Nass us
Telephone Nos. 2-2561/,2,
(2-3049, 2-2311 atnd
2-3335.)


In the event that information leading to the arrest anid
conviction of any such person or persons as above is providel ~c
by more than one person, the Bank reserves the right to, clare
the reward in such proportions as it thinks fit.


Dated the 21st February, I973.

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANAA


East, after openulg with a
strong I NT, heard his reckless
r son ntsibid thei hds f
East doubled with a
pleasurable twinge of
homicide.
West led the Jack of
Diamonds, and East, after
taking the Ace and King,
switched to the King of Clubs.
That was the end of the line
for the defence. South took his
Ace of Clubs, played the
Queen of Diamonds, discarding
a Club from dummy, then
ruffed back and forth between
his hand and dummy's,
trumping Clubs in one and
Harts nthe nother,Afinall

trumps to take the last two


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There will be a great variety of fancy and useful articles,
too numerous to be particularized, exposed for sale, many of
which have been prepared by the ladies of the Diocese, and
display great taste and talent.


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Dowdeswell St. where Besco was formerly located directly opp. General
Eqluipment. P. O. Box 6104 E.5. Nassau. Sorry, our phone is out of order WE
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to management positions for young men witli
education and practical experience in
communications and related fields. If you are
interested in expanding your knowledge. enijoy a
challenge and are a self` moltivaftor c`nt3ct us
today.
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Box F-2478, 2C. Kip~ling Building, Freeport.
Phone: 352-9352




IN THE SUPREME COURT 1973
OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS No. 2
EQUITY SIDE

NOTICE
THE OUIETING TITLES ACT.

The Petition of JAMES O. HOLTON Junior and
MARY ELLEN HOLTON both of St. Louis in the
State of Missouri one of the United States of

AmL th in re pacel or lot of land situate to
the West of Little Point on the Island of Little
Guana Cay one of the Abaco Cays in the
Bhamad Islands Tsaid Ato comprise 0.72 act s
property of Mary Ellen Holton and running
thereon 4i21.60 feet more or less
EASTWARDLY and SOUTHEASTWARDLY
partly by the eastern edge of Nigh Creek partly
by land the property of the said Mary Ellen
Holton and partly by a Public Road and running
thereon jointly 163.30 feet more or less
SOUTHWARDLY by land formerly the
property of Lujim Limited and Judpete Lirnited
but now the property of the said James O.
Holton Junior and Mary Ellen Holton and
running thereon 346.50 feet and
WESTWARDLY by a Mangrove and Button
Wood Swamp and running thereon 44.85 feet
and which said piece parcel or lot of land is
coloured Pink on the plan thereof filed in this
matter in the Registry of the Supreme Court in
the City of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence.
JAMES O. HOLTON Junior and MARY ELLEN
HOLTON, the Petitioners in this matter, claim to
be the owners of the unincumbered fee simple
estate in possession of the said piece parcel or lot
of land and have made application to the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands under Section 3 of
The Quieting T'itles Act to have their title to the
said piece parcel or lot of land investigated and the
nature and extent thereof determined and declared
in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court
in accordance with the provisions of the said Act. -
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places:
(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court in the
City of Nassau aforesaid.

(b) The Chambers of Messrs. Higgis & Ke Ily, 324
Bay Street, in the City of Nassau aforesaid,
Attorneys for the Petitioners.
(c) The office of the Commissioner at Marsh
Harbour Abaco.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before Tuesday the 3rd day of April, 1973 file in
the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid
and serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith,
Failure of any such person to file' and serve a
statement of his claim on or before the 3rd day of
April, 1973 will operate as a bar to such claim.
HIGGS & KELLY
Chambers
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioners


5 soft warm cuddly pedigreed,







why Nassau Pet Centre might


TCTUSe to sell you any of them.


Fhriday Februw 2, 19f3.


to 3 year ter
FOUR AMEI RIANS, arrested
on November 181 at E:xuma by a
group of residents after landing
their light aircraft with a quantity
asamlin a .just ors on iconn an
acphrisonntenteeintotthre up at
Court Wednesday.
William Chambers, Richard
House. both 29. Rodney Sabathe
and John Currcia, both 25 -al'
acsid ot ootrtnesport~l aarilu a l
possessing deadly instruments and
endangering the lives of local
residents a policeman and
customs officer C'leve~land 15uliard.
In all, they were charged with five
of fenses .
They first appeared before Mr
Justice G;raham Monday when they
changed their not guilty plea to o~ne
of guilty, after being advised b>
their attorney, Mr. J. Hernry
Bost wick.
Sentenced to three years on eacrh


in passing sentence, Mr. Justice


ms each
Graham causJ he hal carefully
considered~ thle fICts Of (thilEi1r c
and also the plea o~f their ( ounsel,
but, he said the o~ffences were all
ImI ioneh fir\(t ame that \uch a

cu rnuril) ,ts Len br ughttbr ble
th, H-ighi (ourt. With the passing of
se. nce, ('rlwn (counsel Mr. Alpin
Revezll cp'lr fotr ther confiscation
o~f ther r rrliri~tun anrd forfeiture of
ent wro Ki msand ammunition
"I Ilnly hope they don't burn
third mariuuanJ in the high wind
wvhile som~nehlod y is sniffing."
detence counsel colmmented.
protesto~r\ ar some might imagine"
was Mlr Justarrc raham s reply. Hie
ordered that ther weapons and
ammunition be forfeited and the
marijuana destroyed.
SUN



Sets 10: 13 a ni


THE FIRST LINES OF the horse's prayer read, "Feed me, water, and care for me and
when the day's work is done provide me with shelter. a clean. dry bed and stall large
enough for me to lie down in comfort ..." For many horses in the Bahamas this never
happens and the results are all too often the neglected, dejected, unhealthy animal shown
above, a recent arrival to the Humane SocietyThis month the Bahamas Humane Society
is conducting its annual raffle for funds. One of the items they hope to be able to
purchase with this money is a horse box in which to collect abused horses and perhaps
make their dream come true. Please help, tickets are available at key spots in Nassau.
Photo: David A. Curl (F.O.B. Camera Club)

DEFENCE WIN ADMISSION IN MURDER


From Page 5
walking toward Wulff Road
but returned when he called to
them.
Allen said they stopped to
exchange something and
approaching him, Cash asked
"whatt the hell I wanted with
him. I told him I only wanted
the money he had for me and
he refused.
Allen said that a man who
had come on the scene then
asked to hire the taxi-cab and
he told him to get inside,As ie
turned to get into his taxi,
Burrows and C'ash attacked
him with a stone and bottle
and he fought to get away
from them.
KNIFE.
"Realizing that Cash was
right over me, with a bottle in
his hand, I reached for a knife
that was on the dash-board and

knfe stili my hand Cats"=
back and I shut the door of the
cab and drove away with my
pa s ngd he drove the man to
Delancey Street and went back
to Wulff Road, near Claridge


Re Ahre i wy raiine s ta
someone had been hurt.
He had been afraid of being
stbea wtl thte bottle Cash
Burrows and 17-year-old
Reginald Saunders completed
their evidence Thursday. Allen
called them both "liars."
Saunders, who said he saw
the accused strqb Cash as Cash
wake away, sa d he w s

"sparring partner" at the time.
He said the accused also ran
towards him with the knife
causing him to run home.
..Burrows testified that Allen
mru hed into Clash as th a kcn f
in his left side by his breast"
and made towards him with
the knife, ca~u ng him to run.

Rand Laborator y
pathologist. Dr. Joan Margaret
Ree ed, h dav eevide c
defnce cous1 He r
Botedc tha un sh's deat
"was really due to a late
dia nosis" oef enabscess.usce
Samuel G~raham, the trial did
not start until the dismissal of
a juror -- former radio
dise-jockey' George Capron -
who asked to hbe excused on

"dotedrsent ofjuseicmig ea
Mr. Capron was dismissed
as requested because, he said,
he does not "hold with capital
punsh t.'dagreed that a late
diagnosis was the cause of
death only after telling the
court that she did not wish to
"commit" herself.
Dr. Read said in her
examination-in-chief that in an
atops perore con August

"irregular scar on the left side
of the chest over the fifth and
sixth ribs nd an opeaatio sar
wound on the left side of the
abdomen".
She said a large amount of
pshd heoaepdh unme th lf
"sub phrenic abscess." Pus had
spread down the left side of
the abdomen and also across to
the right side where a second
aibss ha afo med under the
She said that due to
infection, the liver had become
enlarged. She noted that the
deceased also suffered from
"early sclerosis of the liver."
Apart from sclerosis of the


liver, she said there was no
other natural disease.
"In my opinion, death was
due to a sub phrenic: abscess
following a stab wound of the
chest and abdomen.
She agreed with Mr.
Bostwick that "it was not the
wound per se that caused
death, but the abscess which
formed in that portion of the,
abdominal cavity just below
the diaphragm."
Admitting that she had also
studied the deceased's medical


report, which was kept from
the time of his admission to
the day he died, she said that
acLcording to the report the
inefction of the wound had
become apparent on August
15.
On August 27, the report
revealed that antibiotics had
been stopped to identify the
source of infection. Mr.
80stwick was also told that
such an infection does require
immediate drainage to prevent
death.


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Let's start with the

Yo mgt deadt
uy him if you came into
Issau Pet Centre. And
can understand why.
ike all our puppies, he
,omes from a long line
of puept~b Ill.e's m
has his puppy shots.
He's bright-eyed and
eager.

BORN COMEDIAN


You probably get the idea by
no siassau Pet Cent e is
But we also want to
make sure you'll always
love your puppy as much ,
as you did the first day you
bought him. That's why we
insist on this policy:

WE'LL SELL YOU JUST 4
THE RIGHT PUPPY .
OR NONE AT ALL
BEAG.L
We'd rather not make sale than

beau i o stpps d ploion him,
you'd probably hate yourself. And us.
And that's the last thing we want. So
we'll do a lot to make sure youd ge ust

thou ho wpig your fa k y
is. We'll ask how old
your kids are We'H
ask you about your
li ng quar and

dog in the first
placel Then we'll
help you pick out
just the right

yo ~

J3 TRY HIM
ROST~ONTERNIERw 30 DAYS...

We'll let you try your puppy at home
for 30 days to make sure you love him.
(If we've goofed we'll exchange him for
another puppy of equal value.)


CHOOSE FROM
33 BREEDS
To make sure you get
just the right pppy,
we'll help you coone
from 33 different
breeds from Great
D nes t est Hi -
If it turns out that a
reallyrFare breed suits you, we
fast. ore hi andd get him to you
fat.Bu tats0o al.


And just to make you feel even more
disappointed, we'd like to point out that
like all Chihuahuas, he's a born come-
dian. Clowning is his specialty. (He's

c mnsteerc imot % lbson 1 owho se
breaking quickly.)

WHY YOU CAN'T HAVE HIM

All you have to do is come into Nassau
Pet Centre and tell us you want him
for your four little children. We'll turn
you down flat.
A fragile Chihuahua simply couldn't ,
stand up to the rough play of four per-
fectly normal children. (When full
grown he'll weigh all of 5 pounds.) If
you have lots of young kids, you need
one of our larger, more robust breeds.
Or, take this appealing Irish Setter. He'll
grow large enough. And he's so cute,
you'd probably pick him
up and hg hi uhen

you're an apartment
dweller we'll tell
you to hug some
other puppy.
Irish Set-
ters are ba-
do8ll p dor
lots of wide open
ir spaces.


HE'LL LIVE 10 YEARS
OR WE'LL HELP PAY
Every one hf onr p pies is a purebrd
and undergone an extensive helh pro-
ga Int eat, we're so confident of our
pupes dha wen ve thals prmise: If
we'll cont ibute toward the prcha o
a new Nassau Pet puppy. And for the
first six months, we11 replace your pup-
py fre
A DEPARTMENT STORE
FOR DOGS
We'r also in business to provide you

p clean an eah u from kur sp ri
shampoo that won't sting his eye to our
own vitamin formula to help him grow
strong. (In addition to selling puppies,
werun a deprtmuen store fo ogs.)
Centre soon for a new Y '
puppy.Or for supplies ,I F
for t d yu own
questions. We know r3
the answers. R t


1 ,


sAIsoven


SIRISHI LETTER


Montrose Ave. opp. St. Thomas Moore School playground
Phone 2-2265 P. O. Box N-1469
Open: Mon. Sat. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. (Sun 2 p.m. 7 p.m.)


@ Copyright 1973


Whr Erthune


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Friday, February 23, 1973.


HIS EXCELLENCE the
Governor. Sir John Paul and
l..ady Paul are greeted by
Lady Sassoon (centre)
chairman of the Heart Ball
and Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamas) Foundation
chairman. They are surprised
with the "new appearance"
of star comedienne, Phyllis
Diller, who along with her
husband Warde Donovan
were guests of Lady Sassoon.


and one of the trustees of the
Heart Foundation.


1LADY PAUL pins the
Iartry Winston diamond
brooch on the winner of the
sljecial raffle held on the
night of the Heart Ball for
petrous only. A delighted
Mrs. Sue Vaughn-Johnson
was the winner as Lady
Sessoon looks on. Other
riffle prizes included a trip to
eiarope for two, a
hb;rt-shaped diamond ring,
al) RCA colour television set,
r specially designed Gina
ffttini gown and a trip for
thr with accommodations to
ay Out island.


WOR LD FAMOUS
orchestra leader Meyer Davis
is greeted at the annual heart
ball by Mary Kelly, secretary
and trustee of The Sir Victor
Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart
Foundation. Mr. Davis has
played for every Heart Ball
since the inaugural one in
1965, this being the ninth
year he has donated his
services for the fundrraising
event.


*COMEDIENNE PHYLLIS
Diller gets a warm welcome
mBiII Sweeney at the
thannual Heart Ball. The
osmovie, T.V. and
rihtclub comedienne flew in
soom Palm Springs,
C~Calfornia, along with her
I uband Warde Donovan
s icilaly for the charity event
aidwere the house guests of
gy ~Sassoon, chairman of
Ita eart Foundation. Mr.
tllee dis saaeh Qietp ef *


LADY) PAiBL IANCING to the Ciusic of the Meyer Davis
orchestra with one of the guests at the annual Heart Ball on
Saturday night in the Crown Ballroom of the Paradise island
Hotel.


~EN BELOW:
JLONDON-DESIGNER GINA FRATINI, who donates a
dbirliy designed gown as one of the raffle prizes, would
due been very much delighted to see three of her creations
b worn by Heart Ball guests. At left is Lady Sassoon's
n ,Mrs. Edward Reed Laughlin, who is wearing the
g ~rn s won s ast year's Headt Baally Laddy Sassdoon is lna

h~r Bod Iof D leas,m TeasL wo n dsi amnad Mar
contingent from the lone-star state to attend this year's
solel event. Gina Fratini was the god-daughter of the late
Sir Victor Sassoon.


SHOWN AT LEFT:
PART OF THE HEAD TABLE gathered in the foyer of
the Crown Baliroom for the ninth annual Heart Ball are
(left to right): Mrs. Moncrieff Spear and the American
Consul General Mr. Spear, comedienne Phyllis Diller, His
Excellency the Governor Sir John Paul, Lady Sassoon,
o atmno of aTt Sr oVictor tShassoon LaB ahm ) Wearad

Dooan (BhuasbanedHo P~hoyll D ler) and hMrnrR~o od


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA was well represented with the
Bank of Virginia executives, including the Mayor of
Richmond (left) Thomas Briley, Jr. and Mrs. Briley. Others
f rom left to right: Wayne Bazzle, Mrs. Alton Davis, Norris
Hatch and Mrs. Hatch, Alton T. Davis, manager of The
Bank of Nassau, the local branch of the Virginia bank
group, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Deane. Mr. Deane is president
Sof the Bank of Vlirginia. They were some of the many
outsof-town guests at the ninth annual Heart Ball on
Saturday night in the Crown Baliroom of the Paradise
'Island Hotel & Vilas.


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C86d49
PACEMAKER 44 ft. luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C8861
31' CHRIS CRAFT,excellent
condition, bargain at $18,500.
Phone 5i4011 days
C8969
KINGFISHER 20, well

slop bets, ed 5 si,
Avon dinghy $3,500. Phone
31195.
C8720
FOR SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft. 4ft. draft, steel
hull, 290 tons, powered by
new Cat .343 diesel. 15 ton

wit 2 capgo hat hs, on 1 f
S24ft and the other 14ft. x
42ft. double bottom, in
excellent shape.
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
e89 Teasure Cay, Abaco.

C8921
oodFOOTdi GLASTdRON for
fishing and skiing $400. Night
phone 41429. Day 28262.


C89515
TWO-BEDROOM apartment
near Montagu Beach. Please
call 3-1330.
C8900
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1
bath apartment Soldier
Road. Call John H. Rolle
3-4265.



aeghs Es Stu ou m
Cont st: Nassau 5-6234
aggg9
BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom
furnished house with carport
having all utilities. Phone
58201.

COMPLETELY FURNISHED
two bedrooms apartments Blue
Hill Road south, one block
south of Soldier Road. Washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Telephone 23287.

FOR SALE

C894 MOTOR SC OOTE R
LAMBRETTA 150cc, T.V. and

C locr antna, g dscellaneao


C881 u edCASHr ture and

appliances. Fox Brothers
Furniture Outlet, Dowdeswell
Street (Formerly BESCO
Building). Sorry telephone
28012 is out of order.

C8871
2 8' x 10' new tents (sleeps
3-4).
1 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.

C8889
WAREHOUSE SALE
At the warehouse of BESCO
Ltd. Just East of Joe & Berlin's
Foodiand.
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 and
12 ef.
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.

C16PATIO SALE
Satu rday 24th February.
Everything must go, owner
leaving Island. Fans, records,
books, clothing, toys, electrical
goods etc. Phone 57060 and
34629.

C8949
PATIO SALE
Saturday and Sunday between
the hours ohil0 a.m.e rial 5

mppianc n, clo hng,e books,
One mile west of West Bay
Shopping Centre, where road
divides, next door to Nob HiII
Apartments House "Sand
Pebble .




FOR YOUR FURNITURE
AND OTHER EFFECTS

FOX BROS.


C8866
1-1956 Dodge Dump truck
1 Mlichigan Pay loader
Office equipment. Phone
42981.
C8813
20 h.p. LONG SHAFT
Mercury and engine control.
Both $375. Call 3-2095.


C89CRS FOR SALE
1967 FIAT Sports Coupe.
$300. R. King Telephone
2-8907 from 8:30 a.m. to 5.00
p.m.
C8892
1966 FORD MUSTANG, big
tires, mags, cam, etc. Going for
snl d.P50 5Ow er leaving

C8927
1968 A1100 automatic.
Excellent condition. Taxed for
'73. $900. Telephone 3-1973
evenings.

C 64 AUSTIN HEALEY
Sports 3Calr Besthof er. Phone



697 VAUXHALL Victor,
radio, good condition. $1050
or rarest offer. Phone 77375.


CS934
URGENTLY REQUIRED
Bookkeeper with four years
experience up to trial balance
and balance sheets, to wor fo

re uiretmen r need Knplw

telephone 2-2465 f r
appointment or

TIRAID SERVICES
C8642
RTSrdAWNINGS AND
AWNINGS HTES
PA'NELSS, SUT S
John S. George & Co. Ltd ,
Fbr free estimates and prom t
device call 2-8421

C8634
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
fr ho s, apda a int a
Douglas Lowe 58213, or
De%72rdWORLD OF MUSIC'


C8887
WINTON LAND SALE

ewo nea enea A ITqh I clln3
views and access to roads and
utilities. Each approximately
1/3 acre. Reduced by at least
30% each for quick sale. Will
consider terms. To view call
32110.

C8918

DONE, be Euse y~oUcaL Tm~eR
the payments Call FOX &
SONS REAL ESTATE Tel.
28012 --31295 evenings -
Box 6104, Nassau.

B IT7 SALES OR RENTALS
in Real Estate are through,
FOX & SONS Tel. 28012 -
31295, Box 6104, Nassau.
C8968
WARE O SE d Cn rvil


Leslie Fox telephone 31295 -
28012
FOR SALE
1. Large 3-bedroom, 2-bath,
family room residence on
nicely landscaped lot in Blair.
Fully furnished and equipped.
$65,000.00. Terms available.
2. 3-bedroom, 2-bath house in
Highland Park. Unfurnished
except for stove and
refrigerator. $47,500.00 or
near offer. Terms available.
3. 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence
just off Mackey Street in
vicinity of new Star Life
Building. $25,000.00. Terms
available

Call DOROTHY L. ATWOOD.
LIMITED, 2-8763-4-5-6.

FOR SALE 08 RUWIT
C8715
ON PINK SAND BEACH -
unique 5 room designer's
home, guest cottage, fireolace.
292 baths, patio, marvellous
view, swimming, fishing. H. H.
Larkin, c/o Box 101, Harbour
Island.

FOR SAILE OR LEASE
C8928
FOR SALE OR LONG LEASE
Attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath
a cus dit d fu ais ded and
g rden rga g,s ludr pro
beach. Call 22211 or 77938.

FMR RENT
C8648
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C8647
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
aartm tel Boydt Subdivis o

information call 3-6644.
C8640
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8784
2 BEDROOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furnished. For particulars rin9
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.


G AND BAH AMA

IN FREEPORT TEL 352-8808


C8 5
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
1970 Chevrolet impala $2600
1969 Hillman
Automatic Green $875
1971 Vauxhall
Viva 2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1895
1970 Vauxhall Viva
Automatic Green $1200
1970 Ford LTD
A/C Beige, Vinyl $2995
1967 Cougar Yellow $800
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C, 2400 miles. Blue $4950
1972 Vauxhall Viva *
S/W Automatic White $26600
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 Cyl. $3950
1970 Morris 1100 Series
White Automatic 4 Dr. $995
1970 Chevelle 2 Dr. Auto.
Green A/C $3400
1970 Pontiac Parisienne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2500
1971 Vauxhail Victor
4 Dr. S/W Auto. Red. $1800
1973 Le Mans 4 Dr. Vinyl*
2000 miles only*
Blue, A/C $5850
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice House
Telephone 34636-7-8

C8932
New Providence Leasing
Limited have the following list
of used cars for sale. On the
spot financing and generous
trade allowance given. Our lot
Ps ocateed onGib dConel
Telephone 24801 or 24802 for
further details:-
1972 Dodge Avenger
Automatic Transmission -
Price $2,850 Down $650*
1971 Ford Ltd. 9-Passenger
Wagon Price $4,850 Dlown
$1,500. This vehicle is in
tip-top shape.


FOR THE BEST IN HOME
COOKED FOODS
Cal Maria Johnson, (better
known as Ma), Ros Corner.

Cood deliery em ne 345a6n4.


C8 ILP WANTED
WANTED One farmer to live
on 348m Cowpen Road.

C8940
FARM HELP required -
Carmichael Road Live on
premises. Call 5-4434 and
3-4141.

C8864
THE DELTEC BANKI NG
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
America and. Europe. Please
reply to Personnel Department,
The Del tec a Bp n 4)1(g
Corporation Lrmitis, P. O.
Box N-3229, Nassau.

C8912
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
Substantial International
Company is seeking a
professional accountant with
supervisory experience and
some knowledge of investment
company act iv itles.
Responsible and capable
individual will be trailed for
top managerial position in
Nassau. Applications, including
salary requirement, should be
addressed to The Manager, P.
O. Box N4399, Nassau.


BERTRAMI 31 seat express

exac I nt cod ton. MTo se coq
p.mn. or 3-6649 after 5 p.m. 4
C8971
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES
COME TO THE
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
BOAT SHOW
WE WELCOME YOU
SO LOOK FO3R US*

At THE DIVE: SHOld

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

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


i82V ICE MANA GER
required to control mechanical
section of large automobile
dealership. ~Must be able to
control staff, fully conversant
with warranty procedure,
oversee body shop and
maintain extensive workshop
equipment. Write Box N-3141
for interview.
C8868
LIVE-IN MAID. Experienced

Bahho fachi drn.t Rferencwo
essential. Phone 41204 '
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.


C8663E
CORN R buildingheot u e
'od veyna h urn
Club, Eleuthera. 51750.00 or
make a sound offer. Contact
Mr. Kelly, Nassau Florist Ltd.,
P. O. Box N-463S, Nassau, or
call collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime.
C8662

ove loing nMontg uay dn e
desirable area). New complete
rugs, stove, refrigerator, heater,
wall mirrors, sliding doors, etc.
Good rental no problem.
$27,500.00 VWill consider
exchange in Florida. Call Mr.
Kay collect 5-2598 or 2-4223
anytime. P. O. Box N-4635,
Nassau.

C8930
2 LARGE LOTS 20.000 so. ft.
Blair Estate. A good Buy.
Canal front lots Seabreeze
Estate price $9,000.00. Inland
lot Seabreeze Estate Price
$5000.00.

M ntagitsaedTerratop Pr c
50,h00i0.t00 A ch iceecorne ilot
$6000.00
Cbivi sion Isodier RD nom
$6250.00 Coice elvation
wih e celen view.IBilRe


C8926
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom,
two-bath residence in Vista
Marina. Living room, separate
dining room, Bahama room,
porch, patio, carport, etc.
Unrge lot, fruit orchard.
$85,000 furnished or nearest
offer.
2. Excellent buy in charming
three-bedroom, two-bath
residence Highland Park.
Spacious living-dining, porch,
garage. Beautifully landscaped
grounds, fruit trees. Only six
years old. Financing available.
$54,000 unfurnished-
3. Two-storey Georgian-
Colonial architect-designed
residence Vista Marina with
two bedrooms, two baths,
~ing room, dining room,
~7kder room, laundry,
carport, two porches, maid's
room, etc. Lot: 80' x 168'.
Dual water supply. $54,000
semi-furnished.
4. Charming three-bedroom,
two-bath residence in quiet
cul-de-sac off Village Road
conveniently close to Queen's
College and new shopping
centre. Spacious living room
separate dining room, modern
kitchen, study, maid's
bedroom and bath, laundry
carport. Air-conditioned. Lot
100' x 100'. Financing
a aiabl eiro suneble p b ct

etc u icebofn$49,500 furnished
freezer and new automatic
washing machine.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. O. Box N8164,
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042

880 FOR SALE
3 Bedroom house, completely
fua ied see eteler a taste.
All this for only $30,000.00*
We can arrange terms. Palmdale
residential area.

SPLIT LEVEL BLAIR. 3
bedrooms plus den -
unfurnished blej carpeted.
Spacious good ., L house.
Asking only $64,000.00.
HILLTOP SKYLINE - Has
WL. & TWO PATIOS. 4
c~~roms, 3 baths separate
dining two sitting rooms -
big enough for large family and
high class entertaining. To see
is toap ei te


REAL ESTATE
C7172 .
SACRIFICE!!! New 2 bed/2
bath ret irement home,
air-conditioned, utility annex
or third bedroom connected by
breezeway-patio-carport,
located on bulkheaded
waterway. Fully serviced docks
for 50 ft. yacht, outboard and
sailboats. Four foot concrete
sidewalk to sheltered clear sand
beach. Private paved streets,
stone gates. No service charges
or taxes, $10,000 down:
Also Cadillac conlvertible
paint and body like new,
mechanically perfect, 35,000
miles, with residence $3,000.
J. Stuart Robertson Limited,
No. 5 Savoy Bldg., Box F-93,
Freeport. Phone 352-8811 for
bargains in lots, duplexes,
apartments. Freeport's No. 1
Licensee.

IIELP WANTED
C7160
POS ITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
Limited, P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a

fth M/V sman Cmest", a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-Going Master Mariner
Certificate- or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
atevemeaddress giv ngc tifull

experience and technical
certification.
C7169
OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE
MANAGER R REQUIRED.
MUST BE EXPERIENCED IN
MECHANICAL CALCULA-
TORS AND ADLER
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS.
PHONE FREEPORT
352-6167.
C7179
ONE EX PERIENCED
GARDENER /DRIVE R,
APPL: WLLIAMOHNSON
P. O. BOX, F-1997.
FREEPORT **


EIESCTOR OVR E
experience in Real Estate and
thorough knowledge of Grand
Bahama propertics. Desirableto
have working knowledge of
Engtifsh, Spanish, Portuguese,
German and French. Straight
commission.
SECRETARY part time'
with typewriter at home, use
dictaphone'
J. Start Robertson (Bahamas)
Limited, P. O. Box F-93,
Freeport-
C76
C RS2 NATI ONAL CITY

oArgg F nd oPaa E tt
Loan Administration Assistant.
Successful applicant should
have good educational
background and preferably

bnpkig, cenan e, remo g tte
and accounting. Futi training
prograrnrme available for young
career-minded applicant. *
Interested parties should send
resume to Mortgage and ReaI
Estate Group, P. O. Box
F-2681, Freeport or telephone
Mirssebrook 352-6741 for an
appointment.


C8815
BAYCROFT beautiful ocean
view, 1 bedroom apartment,

f rnshaeud, o nflr rt lp

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

C8643
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call: Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8967
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home.
separate dining room, fuly
furnished arcronditioned, five

in qnu t a~rea Myl 5ie R
night.


1971 Toyota Corona Price
$2,100 -- Down $700
r7n~sm sso n l iceA$1,8m0 -
Down $500
1971 Austin 1300 G.T. Price
$1,750. Down $550.
1971 Vauxhall Victor
Automatic Transmission -
Price $1,650. Down $450.
1970 Vauxhall Victor Standard
--Price $1,500 Down $400.
1971 Mercury Cougar -- Price
$4,500 Down $1,200.
1971 Ford Pinto Price
$2,400. Down $600.
1972 Volkswagen 1300 Price
$2,400. Down $700.
We also have additional buys
for cash up te stooo so please

h app csw y o a ou n o r

1967 9-Passenger Cadlilac
Deauville Needs some
mechanical and body attention
we will accept $1,550 Cash as
is.


SS1iND MTTOER COMe e
automotive mechanic with own
tools. Excperience with a garage
or fleet owner preferred.
Previous experience with G. M.
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.


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In Reservations. Ticketing, stewardess, Ramp Agent,
Passenger Service. Travel free plus many other employee
benefits. Call or see Mr. Richard Mooney, Alpha Airlines
School at the BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL on Bay Street,
Nassaru, FEBRUARY 25th and 26th. Phone 322.3301.
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TECHNICIAN MECHANICS1
AL MAINTENANCE).
Assists the Supervisrg
(Mechanical Maintenance) with
overhaul and repairs toth
various pieces of Steam Platt
equipment in accordance with
factory instructions and
specifications. At least fiv
years previous maintenance
practice and experience is
required. Able to install and
align equipment and familiar
with tolerances and fittings5
Must hold certificaates fo)
pressure and alloy welding fq
fittings, etc., on boilers and


s INEAANCM)EC lican
should be able to overheig
equipment in accordance with
instructions, assisted by skilled
or semi-skilled craftsman while
requiring a minimum of
supervision. Individual should
p a siti experience vari
equipment overhaul which
require precision machine lath#
work, etc -
3 LINESMAN/GROUNDISM
MAN/CLEANER Must clean)
and weed outdoor areas and
indoor including washroo
and toilets. Handle ships II
Ms at ilbleain

Department, Grand Blahamf
Port Authority Limited, P. Ont
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahamna.


FUERAL Sn rVIC for M.

Kitts, will be held on Sunday
February 25th 1973 at
Transfiguration Baptist Church
at 3:00 p.m.
Rev. C. H. Thompson will
officiate and interment will be
made in the Western Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife,
Floida Brown, eight sons,
Rodriquer, Ernest, EUroy, Reno.
Hartman. Albert Jr., Melvin
and Jeffrey Brown, two
daughters, Helen and Mana,
twenty-two grand and three
great grand.



COE 74AMILY of the late Mrs
Savaleta Sears of Forbes Hill'
Excuma who died Februa y
18th 1973 wish to thank
sincerely the many friends and
relatives tor cards an
condolences during their recent
bereavement. Special thank aro
Rev. E. J. Rotte and Rev. Er
Francis.


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C8931
ONE EXTRA Large two

e fra marg ch, n doo
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartment on Elizabeth
Avenue between ShirieyI and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


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


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C8901
SALESMAN to sell Chemicals,
Glassware and Janitorial
Supplies. Must have own
transportation. Basic pay. Call
51074 for appointment.


C8865
1-2 storey building on Soldier
Road opposite Technical
Training Centre.
2-2 storey buildings on Wulff
Road opposite Bahamian
Lumber. For further
information Phone 42981.


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




IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
L DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPEC IAL QUOTATIONS

LLEOANBTLEERR EE


CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH.
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

V810 WON'T BELIEVE 1
UNT L YOSUUSEE IT! SABCO'

CLEANING METHOD. TEL~
51071-2-3-4.


HIELP MNTED
C7183
CONTROL ROOM
OPERATOR Applicant witll
be responsible for the
monitoring and control of a~l
equipmenf`for the centrill
control room. Individual also
responsible f or control and:
operation of the electrical~
panels including those feeding
the 69KV transmission system.
Rotating shift position. Must
know operation of all
equipment and must have
previous trainir 9 and
experience including work 55
equipment operator in a high
pressure power plant, or
comparable steamship,
evidenced by certificates of a
recognized institute.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR-
Would be required to work
shift hours and is directly
responsible to the shift
engineer on duty for proper
operation of the power plant
auxiliaries. Applicant should
hold a recognized station
engineers certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in the
operation of boiler equipment,
water treatment equipment,
ASISTANT PORT
DIRECTOR Required
experience and capability to
take full charge of costing and
billing in Harbour Operation.
Must know s~taediiring,
handling, storage and harbour
charge practices in line with
Marine Accounting. When
required must assist in berthing
ad unbething oapde tions, nd
functions.


C GHTS L bdooms,
baths specious outdoor
ATIO kingsize SWIMMING
OO.Spacious grounds ideal
or arge family.
ABEBEACH THE GOLD
O ~. 13 bedrooms, 3A Y th
AC-tastefully furnished
undecorated. Selling at a low
wpricer of $68,000.00
IGHTY FEET OF SANDY
AC.At Cable Beach. Has 4
comsp showier rooms. -
aisquarters Gorgeous views
L x~cellnt swimming Need

at a *al Only S 05,0 ion
y ggTWAVRD VILLAS rights
go Sandy Beach. 3 bedrooms
Oxta large creewnedin
ATIO car garage -

mrid nc osd ground -h
Itdtree. With Air and
gre fns. Immaculate Was
8 00.00 reduced to
7,000.00.


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


C7160
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR
MASTER MARINER
irand aeen C 5 a

qualifiedl Bahiamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement", a
1500 DWTf Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
ao d ato dan pro es on
experience, possessing a British
Foreign-G~oing Master Mariner
Certificate or recognized
equivalent. Applicants to
please apply in writing to the
above address giving a full
resume of education,
experience and technical
certification.


08922


WORK FOR THe AIRLINES


C7178
ONE MECHANIC I,
ENGINEER SPECIALIZING
IN HEAVY DUTY BOILER,
L.A U NDOR Y ANDr
AIR-CONDITIONING WORK:*
Apply: L. & A. Industries Ltd '
P. O. Box F"-2580, Telephone:
352-5422.


C8923 ALPHA TRAINING SCHOOLS, INC.
HOTEL MANAGEMENT. CAREERS ARE AVAILABLE
FOR Managers, Assistant Managlers, Housekeepers, Desk
Clerrks, Maintenance,, Clerical. MEN -- WOMEN -
COUPLES. ALL AGES. Call or see Mr. Witilam Albet*
Alpha Resort Career Institute at the British Colonial Hotel
on Bay Street, Nassau, FEBRUARY 25th and 26th. Phona


get the job donle


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WANT TO BUY A LOT?
Phone 2-76671 P. O. Box
N4764, FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE LTD. Let us
take you on a FREE
compliimentary tour of any
subdivision of your choice with
no obligation to buy.
CALL US TODAY



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NASSAIU,BAHAMIAS
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have some knowed o
requirements governing
construction work on or
adjacent to right-of-way and
the ability to interpret
engineering plans and
specif ications and to apply
sound engineering principles
anod practices in inspection
Successful candidate is
expected to have a High School
education or equivalent and
considerable experience in
engineering construction or
land survey and drafting work
affording an acquaintance with
construction methods.
Apply to: Devco Personnel,
28C6 rnee rlg. P~. O. Box


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NC R 4200 machine.
Eperience in Tra2 1 Agent
e perience. RemRerence Pfrom
Certificate and neat in
appearance,
FRONT OFFICE CLERK:
C ny t n rn exprine wt

from previous employer, Police
netifcaee and neat in
Interested BAron A H L,

BAAMA,E BDTWEEGR D
HOURS OF 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.
B AHAMIANS NEED ONLY

CA8P628
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
required: High school graduate
or equivalent education: 3-5
years experience desirable.
Applicant must be able to take
dictation and type at a
reasonable speed: filing
experience will be helpful.
Apply in person to Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,


ONe pDrISHWASHER AND
ONE CHEF SAUCIER COOK
Apply -JIM WHITE ~
FREEPOR T 373-3033*
I)CEAN ONE RESTAURANT.


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ASjSSTANT MANAGER C8653
Mainly responsible frt INTERNATIONAL FIRM
over-allfo houe epn Chartered Accountants
dprtment of 500-room hotel. svrlv nicrC
ustbewel nowedealeoftheir Freeport of
all phases in back of the Successful candidates wil
housekeeping operation. 5-7 paid excellent salaries
Polls e feiecae references bonuses. Applicant sh
Cn OSTc CONTROLLaER:Ms apply in writing to the i
,beknowledgeable of all phases PartneP. POc Waterhous
in accounting, be able to Freot Bah Box F-
analyze daily payroll costs for rpr, aa.
500-room hotel with as many C7182
as 750 employees. Must be able MASTER TAILOR Mus
to analyze all daily purchases. able to cut, direct and mar
7-10 years experience, gent's clothing product
re e *ncS and Police must have experience
PH Y iOicTHEAPS custom and ready-to-~
REQUIRED: Member of the VOU LADIES -
Chartered Society of sici a gre fnh
Eyland Reistered meme ron spl Iia pesn r : ar h
the profession supplementary Fr edshnp hprpn : Mr~e
to medicine. 2-3 years Eight Mile Rock, be ween
experience, reference from P.M.
louteste Pempr ns, Apply: C7181
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL INSPECTOR Candidate
AND COUNTRY CLUB, expected to have consider
WEST END, GRAND knowledge and experience
BAHAMA, BETWEEN THE the methods, mater
HOURS OF 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. practices and techniq
involved in engineer

IN ERNATIONAL FIRM of cwoor,u construction prfpu
Charera vcance unta sarth ed Copany ruh a strep Ppav
or Certified Accountants in sidewalks, curb and gut
their Freeport office. sanitary or storm sew
Successful candidates will be building, docks, elect
paid excellent salaries and system and any other rela
bonuses. Applicants should constructions.
apply in writing to the Staff Surveying practices
Partner, Price Waterhous24 tcni ngs as c uatdc

Freeport, Bahamas. Individual is also e peted


GENERAL TENDENCIES: You can experience
intuitive perception withrolid result now. You
can easily understand the conditions facing you and what to
do to makte them more in accord with your desires. Fine for
whatever has to do with marking out reports.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get together with higher-ups
and see if you can get more support for your constructive
ideas. Being more magnetic with mate gets right results.
Accept an invitation that is extended to you.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be sure to keep agreements
rad then work with associates so that you gain your finest
mutual aims. New situations aris that give you a better
awareness of your financial worth,
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) This can be a most productive
day at your regular work sines fellow workers are most
cooperative and respect your ability. Use that energy which
the planets are generating now.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Ideal day to
engage in activities that appeal to you. It is also a good time to
take heal h aretments. Takre mate out for entertainment. Do

LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Talk over financial affairs with
kin for mutual benefit. Show much cooperation and gain a
feeling of confidnce. Take care of civic duties. Make plans for
Sreater income in the future.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A day for much shopping sad
getting outside matters well handled. Be sure not to take any
unnecessary risks. Meet with allies and formulate better plans
for the future. Be wise.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Study the monetary side of
your lfe and try to cut down expenses wherever you can. If
you have any doubts, confer with an expert. Use right

Sc RIR O (Ot 2 to Nv 2) Plan what you most want to
do from a recreational standpoint after you have done
important work. Make your appointments early. Dress in good
style and make the right impression.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Take time to analyze
your position in life and then go out to the big social events
and make headway. You receive confidential advice and ideas

a APRI R e(D e 2 2 Jtan. 2) You like to work alone
but this is a good day to get together with others, either in
business or social activities and make big advances. New
contacts are valuable. Impress others.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have to work harder
if you are to improve your image with the public in general.
Makre a more important name for yourself as you deserve.
Maintain credit by paying bills wisely.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) There are fine opportunities
for advancement, so be sure you seize them. Talk over with an
associate how to operate on a loftier plane. Accept an
invitation that is extended to you.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. he or she wil be
one of those delightful young people with a pronounced
intuitive perception. Teach ethics early in life so that this
powerful mind will be used in right direction. The success here
can be tremendous. Direct the education along political lines
for best results. Much exercise is good here.
'"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you makes of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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C7174
:( 1) AUTOMOTIVE
:MECHANIC: Must be able to
repair cars and trucks including
major engine overhauls and
transmission overhauls. Must
have knowledge of electrical

cmee Gas nmd Eedctbieaa
Welder.
(2) GOLF MECHANICS: Must
have previous experience in
trouble-shooting and repairing
~electrical circuits and
mechanical failures in electrical
recreational vehicles. Must be a
competent Gas and Electrical
W Rider, also be experienced in
(1) Ilcle mitaining ad repairs:



'personality and be neat in
1~ LU bRY WORKER: To

cvrals Expe ince ir raa
( 1) SMALL ENGINE
MECHANIC: Must have

rogaesimowla ge o ml

equipment. Experienced male
aplcn o an 2 d.
Noon only, to King's Inn &

G partmet,u Feeportesnnl
C7186
(2) KITCHEN HELPERS _
Res onible fo tc e ownhrh

consists of sweeping, mopping
and cleaning of pots and
dishes. The positions require
women with past experience
working in hotels or
restuarants.
Apply to Personnel Dept.,
Grand Bahama Devco, P. O.
Box F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C7180


Engl ish.
Please reply in writing to:
Lafayette, P. O. Box F-2588,
Freeport, Grand Bahama


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s..nyAwa woqulue. has her rebound intercepted by
Adderley High's defenders during yesterday's senior girls
playoffs. S.A.C. won 39-15. Photo: Rickey Wells



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CAREER AND

AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY

FOR BAHAMIIAN ONLY



DIVEMASTER

TRAINING PROGRAM


An eight month course in all aspects of leading a
comprehensive diver program for Family Island resorts-

Accepted applicants will receive training in all aspects of
diving; operation and maintenance of compressors, diving
gear, dive boats and motors; diving physiology; skills will be
developed in handling people and dealing with a great deal
of reposmibility'

Requirements: at least BJC or comparable level of
edduction, 18 years of age and perferalbly older; ambition
and desire to learn.

Sufccssrful applicants will be assisted in obtaining positions
as Dive Miasters in the Family islands.

phonae 7-7472 for personal interview appoilitment with
~ligh ks liofa gsmall Hope Bay Lodge on Anrdres.


The following is the utncup for
tomorrow's ae

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G. oy Rider (Spot) 11
6. Dat Like Dat I17
7. Go Sugar Ill
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Hodann Soraen 12
Reina De Wyon 126
FUS O NS. 2ndCE hall Da l
Double

3. Tt wst 11
4. Miss sharon 12
sa Cga nlot 1
7. Magsc Pince 15
8. Stph notis 11
Sub.
CohnMt image 11
Wild Fire I is
Miss Brite II2
Roman Dancer 11
My Account 112
I DRD R nE S FURLON S2
I.Sansovinr II2
2. Unn nero 112
4. Gory St pr 11
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7. Lady Lucks 112
8I. Miss Shirlene 112
9.US ar Marie 112
Al's Twist 115
SonURTohr RACE 4' 11
l;URLONGS.
I. China D~oll 113
2. Cted a 13
4. Ugly 117
6SUPLDD)ANCER I 3
7. MISS PUMPKIN 113
Torinr 11
Sub.
Step In Line I13
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FUReLONrG ; Queen's Cup Race
1. Antires 120
2I 3.Oe ?nt Five 11
4. Golden Missile 112
5. Wicked Gal 117
6. Uam ratsDe Vino 11
8. Lady Stella 117
9.GCold Gail 115
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1. Avathe'on II2
2.BackOMaegic 11
4. Toy Return 11
s. Sweet Music I
6. Bg el 11
8. Ring OFire (Zipporah) 11
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FURLONGS
1.Anzingly II
3. ROSE EVES ItI
4. Not Me 11!
6. Ni mare Dream 11
7. Bewik heed II
9. Matilda I!
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By IVAN JOHNSON
DR GRAHAME BARRY, president of the Bahamas Lawn
Tennis Association announced today that the Bahamas will host
the Brandon Cup tournament beginning Friday, April 27, through
Sunday May 6 at the Montagu Beach Hotel courts.
The Brandon Trophy Trinidad last year. Rode was
Tournament, regarded by all as partnered by young Anthony
the Caribbean's top tennis Munnings.
tourney, is conducted~under Munnings was chosen in
the auspices of the Caribbean preference to Rolle's partner in
Com mowealth Lawn Tefni nrevo ss af ehadbs net

;started in 1948 when the tremendous form in the
tournament was played at Port B ah am as Ten nis
of Spain, Trinidad. Championships, surprising
The tournament is played everyone by beating Knowles
along the same lines as the in the semi-finals to upset the
Davis Cup. That is to say that seedings and then giving Rolle
the players play two singles a hard fight in the final.
matches, a doubles match and However, the selecting of
finally two reverse singles Rolle's partner this year is
matches. indeed difficult task.
In previous years the ROLLE'S PARTNER
tourney has been dominated The selection committee
by Trinidad, the present must choose one of the
holders of the tourney Trophy, following three to play along
and Jamaica. The Trophy has with Rolle Bertram Knowles,
not been won by any other Anthony Munnings or John
Caribbean state besides these Antonas. All three are very fine
two countries with Trinidad tennis players.
winning the Trophy from However, the general feeling
Jamaica for the first time in amongst tennis enthusiasts is
four years last year on their that the selectors will choose
home ground at Port of Spain. either Munnings or Antonas to
TOP PLAYER OFF partner Rolle this year.
Last year, however, the Both Munnings and Antonas
Jamaicans were without the are presently attending tennis
services of Richard Russell, schools in the States and
rated as the top tennis player should have gained a lot of
in the Caribbean who was, tournament experience as well
unfortunately for Jamaica, on as being in tip top shape.
tour at the time of the Dr. Barry, however,
Brandon Trophy, indicated that the selection of
Russell was replaced by his the team to represent the
cousin, Compton Russell, who Bahamas would not occur until
played along with Lance the Annual Open Tournament,
London, Richard's regular under the sponsorship of the
partner. These two were Bahamas Lawn Tennis
defeated by the Trinidadian Association (which started
pair who beat the Bahamas today at the Montagu Beach
in the semi-finals Charles Courts) has been completed by
Price and Mike Valdez in the the middle of March.
final. Dr. Malcolm Hale, secretary
The tourney was staged in of the BLTA said this morning
the Bahamas in 1968 for the he felt the Bahamas would
first time with four countries stand a good chance of winning
participating namely, Jamaica, the Trophy this year.
Barbados, Bahamas and "Last year Rolle and
Trinidad Jamaica won the Munnings were beaten by
Trophy on this occasion, with Trinidad, who were playing on
Trinidad in second place and their home ground, in the
the Bahamas in third semi-finals," said Dr. Hale.
7 COUNTRIES "This year the Bahamian
This year it is hoped that players have the advantage of
seven countries will be playing on home ground and I
competing for the Trophy with think that they are quite
Guyana, the Windward Islands capable of beating the
and St. Kitts being added to Trinidadians with this added
the four countries previously advantage."

Leo -elle, Paradise Island Dr. nal'e, Rsshjl s av la Id
Tennis Pro and former Nassau to play for Jamaica this year,
Tennis Champion, captained then I think we will seea
the Brandon Cup team in Bahamas-Jamaica final."


SAC GIlaS FoL~lowags



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By G~ladstone Thurston
THEY CAME, they saw, and they conquered. That's St.
Augustine s College, whose senior girls yesterday, behind the
shooting~ of Denise Moss with a game high of 15 points,
completely outplayed Adderley High 39-15 to win the Senior
Girls Baskietball Championship for the third consecutive year.
St Aug~ustines senior boy's another five. Whylly
team1 wo~n their championship contributed eight for S.A.C.


ELISHA OBED
... great determination


Coach Swaby, who said
that they were concentrating
on keeping T'oote and C:. Smith
out of the game, praised his
Jefence. "Our defence got us
through," he said explaining
that his offence was not quite
up to par.


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\loss~ whol Sat ou1t most of
ttthe zse ndl qluarter after
pikibngy up three quick fouls.
..tine oln ini the third qluarter to
;atie 5 At( with eight and four
molre m1 the foUIT~h qua1ter.
\ slow\ tirst quarter which
w plagued with many
IMrnoveir\ fromri both side~s saw
SAC' ilontrolbrng a 7-3 first
quairter e~dge.
( o~rra i ep bu rn w ho
contriblute~d ninie for S.A C
stalrted thlnngs oft In the second
quadrter wLitht a three: point play
.Indf withh Adderley Inigh unable
toi find the nt~et Hepburn on
.Inotiher hadert saw S A.C. to a
Ii14 second qual~rter c~ommand-
SP' 1i RKSRALLY
A2:ter mruch consultation
xlfl ith~I coahnthony Swaby
?i\lo icamle on in the third to
spark\ a rally with three point
play with Jean McQueen
sin;king an offensive rebound to
give S.A.(. a 19-3 command
C'arolyn Smith, who missed
hetr first free throw of the
playoffs, went one for one
from the line with Maralyn
Ilootefollowing on a 5 footer
and were the only scorers for
Adderley High who were
behind 19-6 with six minutes
re~maiinig in the third quarter.
With McQueen controlling
the rebounds and Moss now
finding the hoops along with
D~enise Whylly, S.A.C. opened
their command 26-7 by the
end of that quarter.
"One thing with us," said
coach Swaby, "we don't
believe in staying at the
bottom." tefut atr
String th orhq at
without Moss and Hepburn,
S.A.C. went to 30-9 when their
key players came on and set up
pestrory; defeA2's Unflen t
effectively, Adderley High
concentrated on outsiders
which saw C. Smith and Toote
add two quick baskets.
But this could not stop the
S.A.Cers who outscored
Adderley High 13-8 in that
quarter,
Toote topped Adderley Hfigh
with 10 and C. Smith added


MARALYN TOOTE, with blocking help from Yvonne
Smith, works the ball around Linda Woodside of St.
Augustine's College for a field goal attempt.5.~A.C. took
the second straight game ycdsterdy from Western
Division winners Adderley High 39-15 to win the Senior
Girls Basketball Championship.
PHOTO: Rickey W ll


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B All AM AS WE LTE R-
WEIG~HT champion Elisha
Obed in search of world
recognition confronts another
great fistic challenge perhaps
the toughest yet tonight
when he takes on Canadian
junior middleweight champ
Terry Haywood at the Nassau
Stadium.
Supporting the card which
gets underway at 8:30, will be
a middleweight elimination
between John Williams and
Sherwin Johnson, the winner
of which meets middleweight
champ Rennie Pinder.
Although both Hayward and
Obed have fought about the
same number of fights.
H-aywood is given the edge on
experience as he has fought
such noted fighters as Jack
Clemnents. Marc Gervais and
Canadian middleweight champ
Donate Paduano.
However, Obed with an
undefeated record of 26 fights
has been looking better and
better each fight since stopping
former welterweight champ
Ray Minus in 1971.
Obed trains under veteran
trainer Moe Fleischer at the
Miami Fifth Street Gym.

EIGHTH RACE 6
FURLONGS.
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3. DIamond its


'ILu ky Spill 11
c). Men tone 112


1973 SENIOR GIRLS CHAMPIONS St. Augustine's
CollegefromlIeft (standing): Anthony Swaby (coach)
Jean McQueen, Ruth Major, Laurel Lighthourne, Denise
Moss, Linda Woodside, Stephanie Knowles, LeW
Adderley (5.A.C.'s headmaster). Kneeling from left:
Maria .Taylor, Judy Pinder, Denise Whylly, Glenie
Thompson and Cora Hepburn. Not pictured is Deboralh
Care PHOTO: Rickey We~lls









CHARLOTTE HOUSE'S three year domination
Government High School's house sports came to an end yester
when Nassau House paced by Samuel Pinder, Do
Demeritte and Silbert Ferguson topped the three remain
houses with 693 points. Montagu House was second with 62


GARTH BOWLES and Brian
w..BA ofial utonitd amgaint

anual-opaches offociaics classic i
the Bahamasr Amateur Basketball
Association series.
Promi ingthtothe di aore
game, the officials will be up
rnplayrs rnlik yme:

yo~unnoof thee cdaheby t e
officials will have Ed. Carey,
Sylvester Ramsey and Vince
Ferguson to back themhup.evn,
which sees the Kentucky
Cg ins the dpolced Re Il in td
second game, is $1. D~oor prizes
will be awarded to the lucky
tie th ler oand nlmberhi
tonight*


Charlotte House was third with
475.


508 and Fincastle was third with


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LADY THURLOW, under
whose patronage the first
charity au<;tion to raise funds
for the Institute of Mentally
Retarded was held, sent
telegram to her successor at
Government House yesterday
wishing every success at
tomorrow's auction,
Lady Thurlow, wife of
former G;overnor Lord
Thurlow, urges that everyone
turn out tomorrow to buy the
various items, among them
antique pieces, and help the
Institute. She hoped the
proceeds of tomorrow's
function would achieveda
record result."
Lady Thurlow opened
Government House for the first
public auction for the Mentally
Retarded Institute on January
30, 1971.
Lady Paul has continued the
auction, which will open in the
ballroom of Government
House at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow
and continue throughout the
ilablRefreshments will be
More than 350 lots of
household items, including
household items, paintings,
linens, crystals, kitchen utensils
and equipment, radios, rugs,
drapes, lamps and jewellery,
will be available. A printed
catalogue listing every item
donated can be collected at the
ballroom entrance.
Auctioneer will be Mr.
Li 1GiCh pman,ad~e- e-camlp



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see a gradual change for the
better ec onomically,"
commented the man sipping a
vodka and juice.
"The move may be a little
late .... quite a bit has been
moved out of the colony, and
it would cost a lot to bring
back. All we can do is watch
and pray," said a Baptist
minister,
"~The damage has already
aendone and it's ging to
wound," observed the lady
begging a ride.


Introducing this year the
junior girls hurdles and the
boys open relay making a
total of 70 events four old
records were broken. Joan
Bryce set a new record in the
junior girls discus with 70ft.
2ins. Ferron Bethel ran the
intermediate boys hurdles in
12 seconds. Sterling Lockhart
topped the old junior boys
high jump record with 5ft.
1ijns. and Samuel Pinder of
the junior boys threw the
javelin 137ft. 7'Ains. to shatter
the old record.
Pinder also won the 100
metre in 12.7 seconds and
threw the shot put 32ft. 9ins.
to win that division. Demeritte
topped the Junior girls in three
events winning the 50 metres,
the 150 metres and the long
jump. Levant Carey winning
the hurdles, the long and high
jumps topped the senior boys.
Carey represented Montagu
House.
S.G. 100 METRES Andrews
(C), Smith (M Turner (F) -14.8.
S.bG 200 MTES Z nicle (M)'
S.G. 400 METR S Brown (M),
Woo ide4(M),0Bul ~rd (C) ontao

ca e. gHOTP-ds.Davis (C),
str chren (I own b~. 27' '"
Mortimer () ic m.( ar6.
Mosrtier (M1)ELIasomb r(C) -*
84'8".
S.G. HIGH JUMP Brown (M),
Bascombe (C) Woodside (M) -
4'fI.t. OI~oN JUMP Davis60r
An rer (o CsrHt re) (M)
Ha nes (N), PinderR -NC'I:( 14.8

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(), Beneby (C), Haynesy (N) -

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Mashllc (M),Fower (M) 4min
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AlB 80 (MUITE Sundn (F)

Wood~l (M), Bewrlet (N )- e'
S.B. JAV0 ELNAddl (M)r,
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