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Publication Date: March 2, 1973
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on Thursday.
cam aGove nmento sttmA
demand that the fishermen be
released. The union backed its
demand with a threat to
boycott all Bahamian shipping
in U.S. ports, and that boycott
has been in effect since 10 a.m.


3 ARMED MEN

STAGE IIOLD-IP

IIOREI F EPI
THE PAYMUASTER at
Shannon Golf course,
Freeport, was held up by three
armed, masked men at 2 p.m.
today and robbed of $7,000 in
employees' wages. .
The men made their getaway
in a car that was reported
a ylen at 11 am. tay.ha h
itis undrto tht e
masked men were armed with
shotguns*
The 80 employees of
Shaenno wee ea ut tao b pand

saw the mpo emergn nam te
bushes and screamed in time
for the paymaster to get some
of the staff's pay envelopes
bacuinthe d eails of th
robbery were not available as
Freeport police were still
investigating.
'WI 81r lEl

DOIWA AT CAT IS
THE m.v. New Day has
broken down at Cat Island
afte salin from N su
aWe nes ay nfor Cmt I lad,
Lon Island, Crooked Island
Lon Cay, Acklins and Inagua'
The Tribune received a
telephone call today from Mr
A. T. Bain, a leading
businessman at the island, who
said that the New Day arrived
yesterday and ran into
problems last night
"Captain Victor Lockhart is
a capable man, but the district
he has to cover is just too
much for one boat," Mr. Bain
sad
silf the New Day had only Cat
Island, Long Island and Inagua
to handle, "the o eration
would be all r ght," he said
difec oter stops ma e i
SECOND BOAT
Mr. Bain felt an additional
mail boat would help the
situation
Cat Island was the first stop
for the New Day, which has
been experiencing steering
problems since its last sailing
from Nassau on February 13.
At that time she was unable
to put in at Crooked Island
because of rough seas. The
vessel later developed
mlcaia po Ile s .hl at
Crooked Islanders have
complained to their
representative Mr. Cyril Tynes
dha tse o are facing a n ac

aireservice and no supplies h v
beginning of February.



VELVET

THOW CUMM FI



NASSAU -FREEPORT


**t i**
DUPUCH AND
TURNQUEST, attorneys, have
been instructed by Abaco voter
Bert ~Williams to withdraw an
election petition claiming that
the FNM's Capt. Isonard
Thompson, and not the PiL's
Scherling Bootle, should haew
been returned as the Cooper's
Town M.P. following the
September 19 general election.
It i :; -=dersadta at
votes on a recount and who has
subsequently resigned from the
FNM, is not prepared to pursue
the matter.
If the petition trad been
proceeded with and won by
the FNM, it would have given
the party ten seats in the
lto'"ocof As emb y, sufriinm
bid to amend entrenched
provisions of the Constitution.
Another FNM petition in
respect of North End Long
Island, Ruml Cay and San
Salvador ended with the PLP's





NOTICE SERVED
By law notice of withdrawal
of an election petition must be
served on all concerned parties,
and published in the
constituency involved to give
any other qualified person the
opportunity to substitute for
the original petitioner.
Quaified persons include the
candidate and all registered
voters.
However, in view of Cap~t.
Thompson's lack of interest in'"
challenging Mr. Bootle in the
courts, it is unlikely that the
published notice will be more
than a formality.
The notices will probably be
served next week.
Mr. Williams filed his
petition on November 10.


LOST AT SEA:


2 p ap ISI

TWO of the six porpoises
being used in the filming at
Treasure Cay, Abaco of the
"Day of the Dolphin" were
lost about noon Thursday, and
all persons and shipping in the
area have been asked to be on
the look-out for the mammals.
A spokesman said the two,
"Bubbles" and "Paddlefoot,"
were at sea being trained to
follow the wake of a boat,
when another vessel crossed
the wake of the training ship
and the two porpoises
apparently got confused and
followed the second boat.
The incident occurred near
Whale Cay, about three miles
north of Treasure Cay.
The spokesman said that,
due to their training, the
missing animals are likely to
follow shipping in the area.
Seamen are advised that the
attention of the porpoises can
be attracted by slapping the
surface of the water. If
possible, they should be led to
their "home, Galleon Bay at
Treasure (av.
PLEASE CALL
Anyone sighting them is
asked to telephone 2-1288 in
Nassau, extension 119 in
Treasure Cay, or to contact the
Treasure Cay Marina by radio,
call sign LTreasure Cay
Junior ''
The spokesman said the
temporary loss of the porpoinse
will not affect filming of the
mcove, as t er were eo full
trained and are not yet being
actually filmed.
He added that the m mals
hav bee rad en mammii
and areencc ome toM bin
f by hd, alhh hune


ad insnt tma d ve the t
hunt for food as a wild
porpoise wonl do.


Friday, March 2, 1973.


Price: 1 $ C~elate


VOL. LXX, No. 85


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT cannot interfere in the judicial process which is still in motion in the case of
three convicted Cuben-American poachers, the Internatioal Longshoremen's Association was informed by telegram


have been no cancellations by
passengers scheduled to board
any of the 11 cruise liners
serving the Bahamas out of
Miams, the main port being
affected by the boycott.
The demand was made late
Monday by IL~A president


In the first official contact
with the Bahamas Government
since the press conference, Mr.
Gleason yesterday sent a
telegram reading:
"In view of the long
imprisonment of the
Cuban-American fishermen at


hhywr hnben uts p r fi

Bahamian Government and a
humanitarian gesture releasing
these men so they can visit
their families in MiamL Your
urgent attention to this matter
is respectfully requested."
In its reply Thursday, by
telegram sent to the union
through the British Embassy in
Washington, the Bahamas
Government said:
"The Ministry of External
A ffairs understands and
racknowdledges the sympathetic
consideration which the
International Longshoremen's
Association has shown towards
its three members who have
been imprisoned in Nassau.
"These convicted persons
have lodged notices of appeal
against their conviction and
sentences. These appeals are
scheduled to be heard on
Friday, March 2, by the Court
of Appeal.
"This matter is therefore sub
judice
"Ur der the Constitution of
the Bahamas, the independence
of the judicial process is
guaranteed from interference
from the Government. Any
interference in this process
which is still in motion by the
Government would be
unconstitutionall"
Contacted at his New York
office early this afternoon, Mr.
Gleason had no comment on
the Government's reply. "It
speaks for itself," he said.
When told that the appeal
hearing of the three-Cuban-
Americans was adjourned to
Monday at the appellants
request, Mr. Gleason said "that
is news to me. I was hopeful it
would get over today.
"I cannot understand what
is going on", he said, "I can't
comment until I find out the
reason for the adjournment.
There must have been a
reason."
Asked whether the boycott
was continuing, Mr. Gleason
said "we couldn't call it off
righ; away. You can't stop it
with just a 'phone call, not
with all the planning. We'll just
have to see what happens on
Monday."
He said he would discuss the
matter with his council.
The three men still in jail in
Nassau are serving seven-month
prison terms as they were
unable to pay the $3,000 fines
imposed on them at their
conviction on November 3 for
poaching in Bahamian waters
on October 19.

Cu aejAmear an 1fisheo er
were arrested and their five
boats confiscated in a joint
operation by the Bahamas
Police NMarine Division and a


poAc ing re Che Mgstraof
Wilton Hercules. One woman
among them, the wife of one
of the five captains, was
cautioned. The men were fined
a total of $72,000. Sixteen of
them subseqreuteu pd thi
homes in Florida. Their appeals
againsfilconvictkmn and sen en
.er fl b tony A
Harras-Smith and James
Thompson, who acted as their
counsel during their trial.


oItt hs so far had siteeffecd
tourists to the Bahamas by sea,
shipping sources said.
Almost all foodstuffs
destined for the Bahamas
leaves the U.S. through
non-union ports, and it is


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Nassau Cup Race Entrant
WINDWARD Passage was the first boat across the finish line in today's Nassau Cup
Race, the final race of the SORC series. Sailed in fine racing conditions nearly 100 boats
took part. Shown during today's 30-mile event is the 44 ft. Sparkman and Sttphens
"Harpoon" which finished 18th in the Miami-Nassau race on Tuesday. Photo: Lorenzo
Lockhart.


ASSRICULTURE


MINISTRY NOW



THE MINISTRY of
Agriculture and Fisheries has
been scaled down to a
government department and
placed under the Ministry of
Development, according to the
new allocation of portfolios
released today.
The change follows a
Cabinet shuffle by Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling last
month designed to get the
country moving economically.
Mr. Pindling said at the time
that he was assuming the
designation of Minister of
Economic Affairs, a new post,
and would "coordinate the
nation's economic drive.
"Co-ordination of Economic
Policy"' was among the
portfolios held by the Prime
Minister following the
September 19 general
election.
Mr. Pindling, however, now
assumes immigration and
emigration as well as
nationality and citizenship.
JURISDICTION
Former Home Affairs
Minister Arthur Hanna, now
Finance Minister, has
relinquished immigration but
now has jurisdiction over
banks, trusts, mutual funds and
securities, shop licences,
including licensing in the port
area of Grand Bahama,
lotteries and gaming, prices and
rents and relations with the
Bahamas Monetary Authority.
Ex-Finance Minister Carlton
Francis, will, among other
matters, supervise agriculture
and fisheries, as well as other
developing industries.
Former Agriculture and
Fisheries Minister Anthony
Roberts, named new Minister
of Home Affairs, now has
responsibility f or the
prero ative of mercy
nrisons, local government
administration, justices of the
peace and copyrights.
The new Minister of
External Affiars, Senate Leader
Paul Adderley, will have
responsibility for passports,
visas and such matters
pertaining to the law as courts,
legal education, treaty
succession and law of the sea.


B8h81Hial 188Chef (HitS


Baptist high school





By MIKE LOTHIAN
A BAHAMAIN TEACHER at Prince Williams Baptist High
School today resigned his post in the wake of a statement by the
administration guarranteeing the security of tenure of a number of
other staff members all but one West Indtian who staged a


88~l ifislmf 588 appeal


od gygggd to Mondg

By NICKI KELLY
THE APPEAL OF 19 CUBAN FISHERMEN convicted of
poaching has been adjourned until Monday at 10 a.m. following a
request by their counsel for time to prepare their defence.
Mr. James Thompson and represent if called upon to
Mr 9. A. H~arris-Smith are continue today," he said.
appearing on behalf of the Crown Counsel Alpin
fishermen, three of whom are Russell said that while he could
still detained in prison after appreciate the position of Mr.
failing to raise the money for Thompson and M r.
their fines. Harris-Smith, the three Cubans
Mr. Thompson told the had been imprisoned since
court this morning that November, and he was under
although he realized the "great the impression that this was an
urgency" in determining the urgent matter,
appeal, he was forced by Furthermore, he added, "I
circumstances to apply for an cannot go about two or three
adjournment. weeks because anything can
He said the rules required crop up."
that three days notice be given Assenting to the motion for
prior to the hearing of an adjournment Mr. Justice James
appeal but because of Smith said the court did not
commitments by himself and think counsel should be
Mr. Smith in the court and pressed to proceed today when
other places, he was not able to they had already indicated
prepare an adequate defence in they were not ready to goon
the short time notice was given and do adequate justice to
him. their clients.
"Notice was given me DATE
Monday evening at 3:45 p.m., "The matter which now
and I have appeared before the arises is the date," he said. The
courts Monday, Tuesday and court felt the appeal should be
Wednesday in other matters," heard as early as possible
Mr. Thompson said. having regard to the time
"In view of the volume of counsel for the appellants
evidence I had asked the clerk needed to prepare their case.
of the appellate side of the Mr. Thompson said Monday
Supreme Court to attempt to would be suitable and
arrange to give Mr. Smith and indicated presentation of
myself two weeks notice so as evidence might take a
to arrange our diaries day-and-a-half.
accordingly, and that was The 16 fishermen were
agreed to." arrested in the Great Isaacs Cay
NOT READY area north of Bimini on
This was another reason, he October 19 and their five boats
added, that he was not confiscated.
prepared to proceed this The five captains were
morning. each fined $6,000 with an
Mr. Harris-Smith said he had alternative of 12 months
received actual notice of appeal imprisonment, and the crews
Tuesday, although notice was were fined $3,000 with an
given at his Chambers Monday. alternative seven months jail
"Because of the voluminous sentence. The wife of one of
nature of the transcript I the captains was cautioned.
would find myself in a position Sixteen of those fined
of not being able to do justice subsequently paid a total of
to the appellants whom I $63,000 and were released.







PRIME MINISTER Lynden Pindling suggested in an address at
Howard University today that the Bahamas is "ready, willing ano
tble" to help solve the energy crisis in the United States.
Mr. Pindling delivered the Accordingly strenuous
convocation address at Howard efforts were being made to
University where he was given diversify the economy and part
an honorary Doctor of Laws of this diversification had been

de eme large and great tr sshipd en eorpm entand i

poub ms, the Prme M iter Hesid it appeared from
said. If, however, the solution preliminary investigations
of the problem might be found carried out that the Bahamas
in international co-operation might well become a. major
with a friendly neighbour it centre for oil transshipment.
might be worthy of serious Mr. Pindling suggested that
exploration, he told 'tj such a development would be
audience. of advantage to the North
Mr. Pindling pointed out American oil market and
that the government was would do mu~ch to steer th
determined to found the new economy of the Bahamas i
Bahamian nation on work "not the direction desired
handouts, on trade not aid." *


two-day strike this week.
Submitting his letter of
resignation to headmaster
Selwyn Smith this morning was
Colin Kelly, who taught
French and Spanish.
School authorities this
mrnoig te confirmed o cei in

comment on its contents.
Mr. Kelly wrote the
headmaster:
"This is to advise you that I
am herewith resigning my post
with prince Williams High
School as of March 1.
"I wih to xrs to y
the favvishat o presscond u
any form of strike action in the
teaching profession. This to
me, under whatever guise, can
only harm the students.
DETRIMENTAL
"I feel the prolonged
confusion which led to the
present situation and
culminated in certain teachers
being allowed to pressure their
employers in this most
unethical and totally
unacademic fashion will prove
detrimental not only to the
students of Prince Williams
High School but to the entire
process of education in the
Bahamas.
"There is no doubt in my
niind that whatever conditions
were being sought by the
striking group of teachers
could have been obtained while
remaining in the classroom.
This would have been in the
true interest of the student,"
Mr. Kelly declared.
Twenty-two teachers were
on campus this morning, 10 of
them participants in the refusal
to attend classes on Wednesday
and Thursday. Only one of the
I I, a woman, is believed to be
Bahamian.
The others are West Indian '


mostly Jamaican.
Missing today were Mr.
Kelly and another Bahamian, a
Mr. Curry, who, it is
understood, obtained work in a
field other than teaching a few
days ago.

forl c aseteac 1ers se wed up
for lasss onWednsday
following a mid-term brea' .
and only eight of those wer:
members of the original staff.
Three were new-comers.
Ten were the authors of a
letter delivered by headmaster
Mr. Smith to Rev. Dr. R. E.
Cooper, president of the
Bahamas Baptist Missionary
and Educational Convention,
owners of the school.
GUARANTEE
The letter gve the
C nve tion tountilara8e a.rn*

wrtig the s rty of t nr
of aln tacleersse he ten re ured
to teach until the guarantee
was given.
Late Thursday afternoon the
Convention signed and released
a statement giving that
guarantee, a complete reversal
of an earlier memorandum
notifying all teachers that their
contracts would be terminated
on April 10.
aiMeanwhilee one tea twb who
telephoned that she had nVo
transportation, as she was
accustomed to coming to work
with bone of the striking staff
mem er*
She arrved for work on
Thursday morning, and the 10
strikers showed up f'or classes
this morning, as agreed.
The controversial memo of
January 10, besides giving
notice of the termination of all
contracts, invited teachers to
re-apply to the Convention at
any time during the three
months for rehiring under a
new contractural arrangement,
There was no guarantee that all
tedhapplications would be
It is believed that throu h
the memo, the Convention was
attempting to get rid of certain
tac drisvwidu so i gling out

bya purpose was defeat d
the Convention, which said
that all contracts would be
allowed to remain in force
until their respective expiration
dates.

thee cate eriess dftetahcehrsare
Prince Williams: Temporary

(Bhmiansermane cntra ted
teachers (expatriates). Only the
expatriates had written
contracts.


WASHINGTON (AP) The
Civil Aeronautics Board on
Tu esda y suspended
transatlantic fare cuts proposed
by four major European
airlines and said it is studying
the fares which other foreign

apil el. In ous enng dh ae
prp as ver eas. service rby
German Lufthansa Airline ,
Alitalia of Italy and Olympic
Airways of Greece, the CAB
maid it had consulted with the
governments involved but had
been unable to reach an
agreement.
The CAB last month denied
requests of Ralph Nader's
aviation consumer organization
for suspension of transatlantic
fares which Tranp World


Airlines and Pan American
World Airways plan to put into
effect April 1.
These forthcoming fares
involve elimination of certain
promotional fares, such as the
14 to 21-day and 22-to

redt nin of cu e tn first cas
an peak-seasca econ my fare,

economy-class fares in the
s called shoulder seasons of
spring and fall.
The CAB said the fares
proposed by the U.S. airlines'
to become effective April 1'
would be acceptable in the
absence of an International Ak
Transport A sso cia tion
agreement and would result in
about the same revenue yield
as current fares.


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JACK LYpNCH LOeStES INo cRSH jLECa am mgavwo
Sparitamentary majority today in Ireland' 5elec~tionsl anrd prepared to take
Over the government.
The final count from Wednesday s voting gave ('osgrave' \cocalition 73 of

years. Two independents were elected
Cosgrave. 52, thus will beco~me the nation 's fiftlh P'rime Minister, a post
Shis father. William T., held fro~m 1922 32.
CUn1BAN FISH~IN BOAT HlIJACKED BY CUBANS e
bostAND) CAYnMAN ILANI)2 <7er 7hrrc w unon hi ac i Iar fshing
escaped hombardment by a ('uban plane before reaching safety on this
SCaribbeann island, autho~ritiet arnnounr-ed on T~hursday.
The 10 men, nine womenn and nine children, have asked fo~r asylum in
the United States. The cight hijacked ('uban crew members have returned
to0 Cuba aboard their 60-f~oot vessel, a G;randt ('ayman police spokesman
saihe boat arrived at this british (:rown `olo~ny about 20 miles south of
Cub endly Moniday after a ('uban plane dlroppedt a bombrl near it during the

U.S. Statement D~epartment officials in Miami said they didn't know it
:the C:uban refugees' appeal for asylum ini the Ulnited States would be
affected by the recently negotiated C'ubanr-American, agreemlentt on sea and
Aerial hijacking.
it is believed to be the first hijackingy inlcident since the U.S.-Cuban
:agreement was signed lust month; but the pact does not immediately
Become an issue since the The 28 were in a refugee cen~tre spending c~larificatio~n of their status.
SNO DETAILS ON CRASH OF INTERIOR MINISTERS
WARSAW (AP') -The Interior Ministers of Potland and Czechoslovakia
whose departments include their co~untrics' secret police, died in an ai'
crash in northern Polandi Wedlnesiday night. The P'olish government quickly
ordered a top-level investigation.
R adio Warsaw, reported Interior Minister Wieslaw Ociepka and his
:visiting C:zechoslo~vakia counterpart, Radka, Kaska, were flying near the
SBaltic port of Szczecin when their military aircraft went down. All their
;aides and crew perished too~, but the total nlumber of dead was not closed.
Authorities immediately threw a veil o~f secrecy around the crash and
a hnarer fTwme ialwe unable to obltatin details other than those supplied
U~nconfirmetd reports frrom reastern \our~cs T'hursday said that a wingtip
of thle plane, a Soviet-huilt Antonov 24 turboprop. apparently hit a tree as
'it came in to, land*

TEN PER CENT ACQUISITION WITHOUT PAYMENT
KING;STON, JAMAICA, (AP) The Jamaica government is to acquire
-without payment ten per cent of the vharehotholding of the Jamaica
Telephone C:ompa~ny andi will also provide the company with a revenue
subsidy toon maximum of1 2.7 million (1) dollars through budgetary

cProposals to tis effect pre part t, tthe agreement recd ith tthi
afternoon by Iric Iell, Mlinister of P'ublic Utilities. Arrangements will gve
.the government the right to appoint two directors to the board of the
company. T~he agreement will enabic the company to start with an
expr ans rio sarmaholder of the company is the Continental Telephone
.Corporartion off the United States. which holds 60-percent of the equity.
tThe agreement provides that the corporation shall diffuse some of its
'shares to hold a maximum of 20 percent equity in keeping with franchise
yeuiremen ts.
iANGUILLA'S POLITICAL STATUS FOR REVIEW
lIASSE:T1:(ERKE ST. KITTS, March I (AP) The fIritish government has
promised to review th~e political status of Anguilla in relation to the
aussociated states of St. Kitts Nevis Angluillal, it was reported from R~adio
Antilles on Wednesday,
Angudiia broke away from the state in 1967 and Brtitain assumed control
of the administration of Anguilla, in July 1971. britain sent troops and
police to the island to preserve order. The imposed solution carried a
:promise of review in 1974 'which would take account of the views of the
.islanders'. This new pledge of review came from a Foreign and

hr wari h a Cnevti PpoP amet meb e ym rpted t a f
Ll inJ~tse tog continue th~e present setup. He suggested that the island be
brought in line with mo~re independent territories like the B~ritish Virgin
Islands and Montserrat.
A few weeks ago, Konald Webster L~eader of the Anguillal Council
aonnounced that Anguilla will shortly seek discussion with the british
:government fo~r a final settlement of the island's political status.
LOAN OF $2 MILLION FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
BRIDGE;FTOWN, BARBAD)OS, (AP) The Inter-American D~evelopment
Balnk has lent the Barbados D~evelopment Bank (BDB1) two million dollars
~EC) to finance tourism and industrial development pro~jects, it was
disclosedd here Wednesday.
Acting G;enerall Manager of the BDB, D~arwin Clarke, told a joint meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce and the Manufacturers Association the loans
Should be granted to establish and expand enterprises in both sectors
throughout the co~untry.
; Projects eligible for financing in the industrial sector were
anufcturngprocssin, asemby an ago-industriall projects.
allximum loans of dollars 240,000 (EC) would be granted to any single
enterprise with the minimum being $20,000.
SThe money would be repayable at eight percent over a ten-year period
avth a moritonium bemng possibic.

RANSOM PAID BUT KIDNAP VICTIMt FOUND DEAD
*CARACAS (AP') The body of an architect's son kidnapped six days
)go was found Thursday bo~und to a tree 25 miles southeast of here, police
~eported. He was identified as C7arlos Vicente Vegas, 13.
SThet fther Fl erico Voegas.esaid h* had padd a ransom of 3t5,000 dolla"
Police until Thursday for fear of jeopalrdizing the Ilfe of his son.
SPolice said the bodiy was found by some children playing in the area.
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LNON (AP) Nurses and
doctors struggled to cope Thursday
with a strike that left their patients
short of food, clean laundry and


caeoctors accepteth emergency
patients we e sent home.
One surgeon warned of "a real
danger to life" if he had to
sufeirng frol the afe-ffecms o
strokes.
Thec strike, latest in a day-by-day
series of walkouts that have
disrupted British life, came amid
indications that labour union

cmpa ags to frces pbreauch in th
Conservative government's curbs on
Unions representing non-medical
hospital staff, such as porters,
cleaners, cooks and laundry
women, were demanding
exemption from the government's
pay increase ceiling of $2.50 a week
plus 4 per cent of base pay. Thle
hospital workers want another $10
a wjItives of patients in some
hospitals were asked to take home
clothes to washr and to bring in hot
meals. But offers of help from the
public were refused after strikers
said they would withdraw even
emergency services if outsiders
intervened.
The three-day strike hit hard at
just over 250 of Britain's 2,250
hospitals, but workers at thenothers
policy they say will hurt from no~w
on.
Two other trade unions fighting
hei >overnmlefctr payigcomdt ols gav
strikes unless their wage demands
are met.
Ray Buckton, general secretary
tf uthe tri ndlrvears unions which
nationwide traffic jm, ake th s
action. He described them as
"angry frustrated men whose
justifiable case is not being
T rail system was still trying to
sort out the strike chaos and many
commuter trains were cancelled.
Latter, leaders of the train drivers
union said they would order a
second 24-hour strike beginning at
midnight next Wednesday unless an
'acceptable" pay offer Is made.
They also threatened to stop trains
running on Sundays, beginning
March I I.
Gas workers, in the 16th day of
selective strikes and go-lows, now
have put four million homes on
reduced pressure. More than 3,000
industrial users were cut off and

etre sent n h e ntl ute
cannot be heated.
This was in addition to 90,000
children already out of school
because of a three-day strke by
London teachers.
But Prime Minister Edward
Heat inese ute has no intention


hostage for two days by
,wmbers oofnte wAmricag
Thursday night and the
militant indians agreed to
discuss a ceasefiree" today
with federal officials.
Ten of the freed hostages
said they would stay in
Wounded 'Knee because it is
their home, South Dakota's
two senators, Geo g
MbGu ,rn to d James
conference holi Iltphhosta e
Wounded Knee about mdd y
Mc~overn and Abourezk,
who met with AIM leaders for
more than two hours, said they
wuld cotiu to ngtiat
wth th condiians,o wo hae
uskd tindtink vilthe enato s
treat es
'They are going to construct
a tepee in a field where the
negotiations will be continued
tonight," said McGovem
"We went down to Wounded
Knee to the Clive Guildersleeve
home and talked to all 11
hos ages," Aourezk said.
"Although they are free to go,
they don't want to leave
beca d K they consider
Woune Knee their home.
Guildersleeve and his wife
Agnes, the operators of the
s adngspost, were among the
"All 11 indicated they are
free," said Mc~overn. "We
offered to take them with us,
but under the circumstances
they preferred to stay there."
METING
The two senators met with
AIM leaders in a pasture,
halfway between a roadblock
set up by authorities ad on
manned by Indians outside
Wounded Knee.
Earlier Thursday night, AIM
spokesman Sarah Platro said
about 200 armed Indians had
gathered inside the Sacred
Heart Roman Catholic Church
in Wounded Knee.
She talked by tte phol et a

'release was arranged.
"We have talked to the
Indian people dowr. mn the
Wounded Knee encampment
and they have agreed to a
mee ieng tomorrowsowith the
Jsi Dp rment soey can
discuss the potential ceasefire."


Trying to stave off another
monetary crisis, European
governments spent a record 31/
billion dollars in vain attempts to
halt the dollar's downward spin.
Chancellor Willy Brands met with
Rmo MinistermEdward tHepathe o
German mo etary ex erts to an
it was announced that leading
European currency exchanges
fold dibe closed Friday to give
ofca a chance to catch their
breath and confer with allies.
West Germany's central bank
bughtdup an unpprecede tede2f^
to keep the dollar fro fall ad
to keep its own mark orm risngn in
value.
All major European currencies,
aoeer, Irose Inthvalue a ainst the
dla, inldng t Bis pound*
one of the weakest. The pound
went above 2.50 dollars for the first
t me snee June,
Nixon ordered the 10 per cent
clevaluaiaon lastdmoth I~n what his

to make American gaos a oe s
expensive to foreigners*
The devaluation came after a
rush from dollars Into West Germ n

as the world's strongest crecles*
West Germany and Japan, major
traders with the United States,
wint ttookeep tah r cu rnoie rorn

far of closing iuicrative sales and
holde os thti mco the s
said the nine nations of the
European Common Market might
declare a joint float of their
currencies. nThs means thy woul

props and allowed to seek their
own value against tho dollar on the
basis of supply and demand.
DEVALUATION?
This could amount to another
devaluation of the dollar, but it
would be an unofficial one, not tied
to the official price of gold.
Brandt called the emergency
meeting of experts soon after the
arrival of Heath for two days of
talks centering on the money crisis.
Widespread belief that the two
leaders would agree on a joint float
of Common Market currencies
sa ait dth e dona an went y

state of jitters for many weeks _
and rumours bring quicki reactions.
The British Chancellor of the
Exchequer, Anthony Barber, and
Dr. Guido Cari, head of Italy's
state bank, raised the possibility of

eurrence so oat juntrnooneek a
In last month's international
agreement the dollar was devalued
10 per cent against gold, the
Japanese yen was allowed to float
upward and main European
currencies remained unchanged.
Among them is the British
pound, floating with no fixed
official exchange rate against any
currency since last June.
EUROPEAN FLOAT
Germany and France want Heath
to stop floating the pound and fix
its rate against Common Market
currencis tenn a st he1Inide Iof
Boon sources said.
This would mean Common
Market countries would support
each o her's currencies but let the

Brandt, Heath, Poehi and Derek
Mitchell, a British treasury
monetday etxprrt, were meeting late
m ntary p ndcyafter aG dinner
Castle near Bonn.
Bonn spokesman Ruediger von
Wechmar, announcing the closing

exchange anhintd ats psi
weekend and indicated that the
German exchanges could remain
shut Monday if no solution is found
bye sid Bonn also contacted the
Common Market Commission.
exeutive tha71n of the world
str~engthened indications Bonn was
seeking a joint Common Market
Eurodollar lending rates shot up
eo fultpercentage p ints, showing
in order to sell them and buy more


marks, Dutchl Guilders and even
pounds.
The Blelgian, British, Dalnish,
D~utch. French, Norwegian and
West Germtan central banks bought
the dollars in an international
rhe Wefot.German mark was the
primary target. ThetDutcha ull r
D~utch bank took in 600 million
dollars.
$ BELOW FLOOR
Yet the dollar slumped below the
floor at the close in both trankfurt
and Paris. It was at the floor, lowest
permitted level under international
exchange rules, in all other
eEKhp The dollar was a, full pfennig
below the floor level of 2.8350
marks at Fralnkfurt's close and
more than half a centime below at
4.4950 Erenchfrrunnesin paris.
The hectic dollar buying meant
that the state banks in E~urope have
been forced to buy more thaln 515
billion in the past month to prop
ue fed rish activity in the
exchanges spilled over into
commodity markets with the price
of free gold rising 50 cents in
onem -toill fu elo0 thI hi or c
peak of 95 dollars an ounce reached
briefly last E'riday. In Zurich, the
mental rose to 86 dollars an ounce.
als ver and chopper price ntumpm

Irnaen c 1(riceBonn's top money
expert. Karl-Otto Poehi, back from
amski holidays tlSnwit etrhand frd te
and Otmar Emminger, vice
president of the West German state.
MERLE OB RON'S DEBUT
AS A PRODUCER
ME:XICO CITY (AP) -
"INTERVAL", a romantic
melodrama that signifies Merle
Obernon's come-back as an actress
and her debut as a producer,
premiered here Wednesday night.
Jewels sparkled and a few
international figures were present,
but it was not the glamourous event
that attracted hundreds of fans in
decades past.
Cary Grant, Ricardo Montalban,


A few autograph seekers were
present, but for the most part the
stars were not bothered ats they
entered or left the theatre.
In the movie Miss Oberon 54,
plays a woman seeking peace

Jaum~ o ttheY ctan pninsnul te


Trhe guerrillas' demands were
broadcast by the Sudanese
state radio which was
rno1e orroa cast did not say
what the guerrillas would do if
their demands were not met.
TIheir number was not given.
Among those held captive
are the American ambassador
Cleo Noel Jr., the U.S. charge
d'affairs, the Jordanian charge,
-the Belgian charge and the
Saudi ambassador, his wife and
children, the broadcast said.
Th1e Sudanses Cabinet met in
emergency session to de i
what measures to take.
The broadcast said a
government representative
contacted the armed guerrillas,
and told them the regime was


diplomatic relations in July
1972. President Richard M.
Nixon annou nced Noel's
epontmeutlyonanDec em Nrb 2
Moore headed the reopened
American embassy in
Khartoum, serving as the U.S
charge d'affaires.
Noel, 54, is a career foreign
service ofticer.
He received his bachelor of
arts and masters degrees from
the University of Missouri and
Hlarvard University. He served
in the U.S. Navy as a
Lieutenant Commander
between 1941 and 1945'
Noel became a foreign
service officer in 1949. He
served as vice consul in Genoa
Italy, Dhahran and Marseilles
and later in Jidda and
Khartoum.
in 1965, he became
counselor at the U.S. embassy
in the Hague, Netherlands, and
two years later he was named
deputy chief of mission in
Khartoum.

AnH ic n abappdo ntnwn t
him a third time to the
Sudanese capital.
Moore, 47, received his
bachelor of arts and masters
degrees from the University of
South ern California. He served
overseas in World War Two in
the U.S. army. He joined the
U.S. foreign service in 1950*
Moore served in Munich,
Germany, Cairo, Beirut
Asmara, Bengazi, Tripilo and
was dispatched to Khartoum as
head of the U.S. interests
section in 1969. The interests
section protected American
interestsoin that c untry during
diplomatic relations between
the United States and the
Sudan.
Last July, Sudan became the
third Arab country to restore
relate onsaf with atre antnited
Yemen.


concerned about
the hostages as
guerrillas. He
guerrillas not


the safety of
well as the
urged the
to kill the


diplomats.
Sudanese President G~aafar
Numeiry was in telephone
contact with Saudi Arabia's

att ck, th Pbt dcs aion he
According to the report the
guerrillas struck at 7 p.ml. at a
recept ion t he Sau di
ambassador was holding for his
colleagues in the Nileside
African capital
DEMANDS
The broadcast said the
guerrillas demanded the release
o p
Sirhan -B. Sirhan, the
Palestinian Arab convicted of
assassinating U.S. Senator
Kbr enne y in LOs
Angeles in April 1968;
Eric Bader and Ulriche
Meirthoff, leaders of theU Wesn

Guerrillas 'because of their
support for the Palestinian
cause"
A Jranian army 0 fcers
involved in an unsuccessful
sm ntlatto overt row KinS
Moammed aou a
Palestinian guerrilla arrested
after another anti-government
plot in Jordan last month, 16
of his colleagues and 50 other
guerrillas imprisoned in Jordan,
State department spokesman
Charle W Bray said that
newly arrived U.S. ambassador
Cleo Noel and George C.
Moore, who headed the
American d iplIo ma tic
representation in the Sudan
before Noel arrived, were
among those seized at a
reception given by tha
ambassador of Saudi Arabia.
Bray said that some
mentbers tof thewhdiplom ti

attending the reception have
been released, but there were
no details
"The party was attended by
a sbsetandiald but u t smned
in Khartoum." Bray said.
HELD HOSTAGE

thlhe 3driatish amb ssdofr to
Khartoum Thursday night that
terrorists shot their way into
the Saudi Arabian embassy
there and took several
diplomats as hostages.
Ethe nitish envoy, R ymond
diplomats were being held
inside the Saudi Arabian
embassy "which is completely
surrounded by Sudanese
police.
He made the report to the
British Foreign Office.
Otherwise the British
ambassador said, the Sudanese
capital was quiet. He said no
British subjects were involved
in the terrorist attack.
The Foreign Office quoted
the ambassador as saying in a
message cabled to London:
"Armed men, believed to be
Black September, shot their
way into the Saudi Arabian
embassy tonight at about 1900
hourshiocal ti~m d Aaa)

amblasor whocis dean of$ th
assembled heads of mission to
honour the departing U.S.
counsellor who had been head
of the U.S. interests section
before relations were restored.
"The U.S. ambassador and
counsellor and a few other
diplomats are held hostage in
the Saudi Embassy which is
completely surrounded by
Sudanese police."
Noel became the first U.S.
ambassador to the Sudan after
the two countries resumed


SAIGON (AP)-- U.S. and Communist delegations are meeting Friday to
work out final arrangements for the weekend release of 136 Amerl a
prisoners of war by the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong. cn
The refusal of the Communists the North Vietnamese delegation to
to free the men earlier in the week the four-party Joint Military
had set off the first real crisis in the Commirsson, said the American
Vietnam cease-fire agreement. prisoners held by the North would
thCo nerlot sof POW camps wth be teease at Hiano' ian Lan
German medical workers, two Thals Clark Air Base in the Phllippines,
and two Filipinos captured at headquarters of Operation
vrou tms ds 1in t wr the H becoming for the repatriation o
Vietnam at one time. The Germans The Viet Cong delegation held
were here as part of a charity team. back 11sursday night oh the release
The U.S. delegation said that point for the U.S. prisoners held in
while it hald been assured 136Z South Vietnam.
Americans would be freed in this During the release of the first
laad stedroup irtsdahdnig tob in gop ot14VieAmericans Ine No
details o~f r lase procedure naes those held inm dcSouth were turne

foreign minister, Nguyen Duy ICommunis headquarters at Loc
Trinh, assured Secretary of State Ninh, near the Cambodlan border
WiliadmbP. Reogers tha the prisoners 7S mile north ot Saigon._

a.m. EST Saturday. In WMrhlntSWEE Gh defe s
inRogr a isnls attending the department sald oe resuemptionnse
Vinetnam ina Paris. ne o minesweeping operations at
A U.S. spokesman said North relalpon bwee tinentomon sth
Vietnam had given the United delegation of a specific timetable
Stot a lithofb 16 Abnericn e Idnd for te freeingof th 136 mr ca


delegation was stilt awaiting the delegation. *
names of 30 U.S. prisoners The United States had
captured by the Viet Cong in South temporarily halted troop
Vitamommunist spokesman in werit awalsemal in In I1,300
Saiglon said the Filipinos and West Vietnam and had suspended the
Germans are among those on the sweeping of mines from North
Viet Cong list of POWs to be freed. Vietnamese waterways after the
The Thals' were on Hanol's list. Communist side failed to release
Bui Tin, the chief spokesman for the prisoners Tuesday.


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BEIRUT (AP)- Tfhe extremist Palestinian guerrilla group Black
September seized a group of foreign diplomats in Khartoum
Thursday night and demanded the release within 24 hours of the
assassin of U.S. Sen Robert Kiennedy, the leaders of the
Bandermeinhof Urban guerrilla group in West Germany and 16
Palestinian guerrillas arrested in Jordan last month.


US$b goes into tailspin In galoslW' ROW


WO ND DT KNEE S.D. RtrI88V 88)
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tailspin in major European capitals Thursday 17 days after
President Nixon ordered it devalued by 10 per cent


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NexLuus Analows~ JURAME IN VanaA MAGISTal 7
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubitlletr/Editor 1 903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D. -
Pltbitaker/Editor P19171972
ContributiorEditorl1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,MS. r..,LL B.

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

EDITORIAL


Newr order takies over -s


features of the garden is an
80-foot by 20-foot king-size
trellis that hangs overhead at
the entrance. This unique piece
of craftsmanship has been
described by those who have
viewed it as an "upside down
jungle."
Another attraction is the
centrally located high overlook
wh ch mecluddeis thewaterfalls

In addition to these
picturesque sights, native stone
work has been employed
throughout the garden to give
it a real tropicala" Bahamian
appearance.
Tlhe L ucayan Service
C'ompatny Limited, an affiliate
of the G;rand Bahama
Development C'ompany, built
the ga 03neas a community

The ceremony will include
an exhibition of water aquatics
and will be followed by a
buffet luncheon and cocktails
at The Shannon Community
Centre situated next to the
garden.


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0 pena next Wedneada y
REHEARSAL SCENE from Nassau Player's upcoming
production of "The Prisoner" by Bridget Boland based on
the film "The Cardinal", shows Gordon Gooper
(foreground) as the doctor tending to the Prisoner, Peter
Glucksmann. The play, a well-told and strong story about
the arrest, imprisonment and "brainwashing" of a pillar of
the Catholic Church in an unspecified Communist country,
opens on Wednesday in the Colony Room, Montage Beach
Hotel for four performances only. Curtain time: 8:30 p.m.

was the only comment Mr. Finnieston made on this letter. He did
not say whether his firm would be interested in taking on this
work in the future. He was positive in saying, however, that he
personally would not be returning to the island.
And so the way has now been made clear for the Butler
committee and the medical administration at the hospital to set
their own standards for the future.
I*~********
For the sake of the children .... I can only hope that it works
out well.

The sad part about this affair is that very few people in Nalssau
know of the extraordinary things the Miamni team did for the
Bahamas.
I have already told you about a few of the many things the
doctors did. I might add that they had Dr. Bain over to Miami to
observe an operation on an arthritic hip. They did everything
possible to help him broaden his experience.
Mr. Finnieston also did many things beyond the call of' duty.
The doctors gave their services free. He had to be paid for his
brace work, of course. But he did not charge for the two days he
spent in Nassau on each clinic. When he goes out of his own area
on a. case he charges $100 a day in addition to the cost of
manufacturing a brace.
For years he also paid the plane passages and hotel and other
expenses of the team that came to Nassau. It wasn't until a few
years ago that I found this out and insisted that this be added to
his bill.
On many occasions in the early days he left his business to
meet children at the airport in Miami and take them to the
hospital.
Several times, in a case of emergency, he stayed at the hospital
until late at night so he could phone and let me know the result
of an operation. Both he and the doctors phoned me many times
in the course of a year. There were also times when the doctors
phoned Nurse Phillips at the hospital. They never charged for
these phone calls.
Finally the committee used to send a nurse from the Princess
Margaret Hospital to Miami with the children. On more than one
occasion Mr. Finnieston and his wife did something not even
many Bahamians would do .... they took the nurse and the
ohirninto ohir own home in Coral Gables. fed and bedded


"I don't mind for myself," Mr. Finnieston told me. "It was like
a vacation going to Nassau twice a year with the doctors. But it's
terrible the way Charlie Burbacher and the other doctors have
been treated. Twenty years of dedicated free service to the people
of a foreign country and in the end they get a swift kick in the
backside. They are certainly ungrateful people in Nassau now. I
can understand why you feel that you must get out of that
place."
++*..*+*.*
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
'Tis held that sorrow makes us wise,
Whatever wisdom sleep with thee.

TENNYSON In Memolcriamn


FREEPORT: The photo
shows a grotto at the Garden
of the Groves in the early
beasif uo t opni a s ttig ha
nw efr completed and wi l
dedicated on Saturday to Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Groves. Mr.
Groves is the founder of
FroP.HOTO: Roland Rose


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
I HAVE already told you the story behind the decision that
has deprived children in the Bahamas of the services of a team of
highly skilled medical specialists in Florida.
This is a part of the Government's programme to Bahamianize
all departments of life in the colony, thereby lowering standards,
in everything.
Other countries have grown by using the best talents in the
world. Britain and America grew strong because they are nations
of many bloods. The Bahamas, on the other hand, is decayins
because of the inward growth fostered by the present
Government. This kind of thing Is like putting bli~nkr on the
eyes of a horse, so that he can see only a narrow path ahead of
him.
**********
Most of the children who attended the Crippled Children's
clinics conducted in Nassau by the Miamni specialists needed
braces and special shoes. Many adults needed artificial limbs.
The Government seems to think that every job in life is easy,
even though many of them were not very good in their own
civilian jobs. That's why they feel that almost overnight a
Bahamian can take over a job that requires years of training,
strengthened by a long period of experience.
But the work done by the Finniestons is not as simple as it
may look. I've realized this fact since working with the Miami
team for 20 years-
**********
You will remember that, when it was first revealed that the
Minister of Health had decided that the Shirley Oakes Butler
Committee should function only as a collection agency and that
the hospital would take on the medical side of the work, it
seemed that the G~overnment expected Arthur Finnieston to train
a Bahamian or two in his factory in Miami to do the work.
They must have had this thought back of their minds because,
soon after the announcement was made, Dr. Bain came to Miami
to talk the proposition over with Mr. Finnieston.
S**********
I had a talk with Mr. Finnieston a few days ago. He told me
that he made it clear to Dr. Bain that his firm could not
undertake to train anyone in their plant. He said that the
government in Florida will finance training of young men. He
does not, however, take on apprentices. His place is too busy.
Trainees get in the way.
But he told the doctor how .... and where .... the training could
be obtained.
Four American universities offer a four-year course of training
in Orthotics (brace-making) and Prosthetics (making artificial
limbs). These centres of training are New York University,
Northwestern in Chicago, Marquette in I.ouisians and the
University of Southern California.
Mfter completing the main course of training a student should
take post graduate courses in Milwaukee Bracing and Upper and
Lower Extremities and he must also have some practical
experience before he can reach the top salary bracket. This is
$20,000 a year.
And so you see, this is a highly skilled occupation.
444,44,44,
There have been people in Florida who have felt that they
could handle their own cases too.
Mr. Finnieston told me that some time ago he had a clinic in
Key West twice a year. The time came when an Orthopedic
surgeon established in practice in the town. It was felt by those
responsible for arranging the clinics that he could handle the
situation. When he got a case he felt he could not handle, he sent
it to Miami.
The Navy in Key West finally decided that this arrangement
was not satisfactory. And so they invited the Finniestons to come
back.
****++*+***
If the Princess Margaret Hospital wants to establish its own
operation, it will be necessary to send at least two men away for
training.
Then they will have to buy machinery and supplies for a
factory.
There was a time, Mr. Finnieston told me, when major
hospitals in Miami had their own ~factories.
Mr. Finnieston said that over 90 percent of the hospitals have
abandoned their factories because of the very high cost of
manufacturing, wastage and .... worst of all, leakage through
members of the staff taking private jobs at reduced prices.
+se+sesse
The Finnieston factory employs the largest staff of any
operation in the State of Florida.
Thirty days after Mr. Finnieston completed a clinic in Nassau
he was back in the island with the braces and shoes for the
children.
"To do this," he told me, "on more than one occasion it was
necessary to put in overtime work. This kind of work can drag on
unsatisfactorily if delivery is delayed too long," he said.
+**********
And then he told me an interesting story.
He said that since the work was suspended by my committee, a
doctor in Nassau, who apparently feels that he can also take
measurements in Orthotic work, sent him a drawing for a brace.
"This drawing was so obviously inaccurate that we had to ask
for a second drawing," he told me. "The second drawing was also
bad but because of our experience we were able to make some
necessary adjustments and produced the brace. I can only hope it
works."
+**********
In .a letter dated January 25, Dr. C. P. Duffy, Consultant
Neurosurgeon and Medical Chief of Staff at the Princess Margaret
Hospital, wrote Mr. Firnateston about the policy of tis new
organizations. I:.
;:iitil th~e disbandment of ihe -odi Crippled Children's
Committee," he wrote, "you are probably aware that two new
Committees have been set up, one a fund raising committee and
the second a professional committee.
"There will, of course, be continued requirement for braces


and appliances but in view of the new financial arrangement it
will be necessary for us to obtain quotes from various firms.
"I would be grateful if you could let me know whether voui
would be prepared to offer quotes for future work.
"I would like to take this opportunity of thanking you on
behalf of the Princess Margaret Hospital and the Ministry for the
services you have rendered.,,, gg

"Certainly those people must realize that no one can give an
estimate on any work until it is known what each case requires,"


NEW RANGE OF:

LA WN FURNITURiEAND
PA TIO FURNITURE
TABLES & UMBRELLAS


FREEPOR T: "The Garden
of the Groves," a monument
dedicated to Wallace and
Georgette Groves, founders of
Freeport, will be officially
opened on March 3 in a
noonday ceremony.
The garden is located
adjacent to the Shannon Golf
and Country Club. one of


Freeport's most beautiful golf
courses.
Situated on an il-acre tract
of land, this tropical garden
features a collection of trees,
exotic plants, ground covers
and vines that represent the
tropic and sub-tropic belts pf
the world.
One of the prominent


Known as "Woodstar", this house was built with absolute
luxury in mind and sits on approximately one-and-one-half
acres.


The reception rooms are
elegantly designed and of
generous dimensions and the
beautiful kitchen and staff suite
napkes it eas tt find (aandekeep)
No expense has been spared in
the landscaping and attention
given to the delightful, tropical
exterior garden of the estate,
rrntn pto P nintaiDriae.
magnif icent, free form
swimming pool and is a


secluded and Arcadian retreat
full of bright flowers and
wealthy contentment.
Four reception rooms, five
bedrbos m sern b h~oathro
enormous fitted wardrobes.
Master Bedroom suite has
private patio. Fully equipped
luxury kitchen. Large white
gl zed swimmn pof iwih2'
x 15' fully air-conditioned
barbeque bar.


Outdoor dining area, games
and film room.


For further details please
E FROTHY L. ATWOOD, LIMITED
Rlarl sartet

OAS U, BAAMAS
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'73DODGECHARGER
The sporty Dodge Charger with styling all its own inside and out. A roomy six passenger car with
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Standard Deposit Accounts
Sno minimum deposit
Your money earns 84% interest per annum
at 6 months' notice of withdralwal. Upto 100O
Scan be withdrawn on demand during each
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minimum deposit 2,000
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a good regular monthly income. Deposits can
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Minimum deposit 5,000
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l year will earn 9% interest per annum paid
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Other attractive rates are avadlable for fixed
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due Nassau

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Phone 2-4511, P.O. Box N-1893, Nassau, Cable: Mundico


SALES CLERKS are busy unpacking and alsplaying gooos tner wm oe avanso~le In une
nearest addition to Fnreport's International Bazaar. Lafayette opens March 7 and is the
largest department store in the Bahamas.


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A VESSEL 7th May





P.O. Box F2492
P. 352 -9691- Freaplort


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aor mhil nt fof sx mnh
to 16 years of age. It will be
the largest selection of
children's clothing in Freeport
and will include pants, shirts.
suits, raincoats and many other
item .
iM n's and women's shoes
will be featured in another


exclusive line of evening
dresses by Tonga Tiki of
Cannes.
Les parfumes will have the
largest selection of perfume
available in the Bahamas. All
perfumes from France include
such famous lines as Yves St.
Lu en RD sr,h rd Dsprez
Ricci, Balmain, Ferragamo,
Pucci, Balensiaga, Worth.
Carven, Givenchy, Lancome
and many more,


FREEPORT: Workmen
are putting the finishing
touches on Lafayette, the new
addition to Freeport's
International Bazaar, in
preparation for the store's
opening March 7.
Lafayette, the Bahamas'
Ip estofdthe teCo t nen a
Pavilion which also includes Le
Rendoe-votus, a sidewalk cafe.
The store houses 11
boutiques on two floors
fa uin iadsfrom ug da a
and many other Eastern
European countries.
Nine boutiques comprise
Lafayette's ground floor
including Moulin Rouge,
Panache, Continental Circus,
La 'Boutique, Place Vendome
and Les Parfumes.


and is authenticated
Continental Circus also will
have alabaster, onyx, china
flowers, vases and figurines
from Italy, old-style pewter
from France and Belgium and
music boxes from Switzerland.
La Boutique and Place
Vendome feature a wide
selection fo nsi s sss fo
Dior and S. Perele to dresses
pants, blouses and skirts by
Cacharel and Zibaud to an


section of the store. Italian and
French stylings will be
available,
Rivoli lo fa fa oft wil
second for of Lfye e, ofl
have a complete selection o
men's fashions bG such
Ge te an and Perre ivednc


Moulin iiouge offers
jewellery and accessories for
men and women. Both
costume and fine jewellery will
be available in the department
along with scarves, ties, gloves,
belts, hats and other
accessories by such famed
dealgners as Dior, Chanel,
H ndcaft aedwelle(3iven
Greece also will be in this
boutique.
SWIM JlTS
ch ld es switmwen'swill ae
available in the Panache
boutique. The selection will
include swimsuits, cover-ups,
beach dresses and accessories
imported from France, Italy,
Holland and Germany.
o~eContinenath o f u
bLafa atte s Em nsitpopudn"
unusual gifts from around the
world will be featured.
One of the most unique
selections will be Russian
CI Ons. centlyie old relinions


images painted on wooden
panels. Each painting comes
with a certificate of
authenticity from the USSR
_Ministry of Culture. Other
items from Russia include
unusual and colourful toys,
dolls and jewellery boxes.
Another feature of
Ce ti nsalCir us wImobe
sculpture from the Musee dia
Louvre in Paris. Each piece is
made in the Musee du Louvre


MADS SKOU
ORDUNA
VESSEL


25th MARCH
15th APRIL
8th MAY


9hr Qlrthat


ILafayette, Bahamas' largest department store, readied for March 7 opening


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Friday, March 2, 1973.




DircoQ dsor your last two
With that ropey Spade suit,
it's easy to see why West
ovr 4 Clb, and t a cmp *h
he chose to doubledbt authe
I dlue to his itbuon
Huntn 8or clue at Brde


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I SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY I
I MATINEE 3:00 &5:00 1
"JOURNEY TO THE FAR
SIDE OF THE SUN II
StarrinS II

IROY THINNES -- IAN HENDRY M

I NOW SHOWING --
Excpt Sat. Matinee, Evening 8:30--'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005 1
Sunday Matinee 3:00 & S:00, Evening 8:30

If you steal $300,00


frhom the mob, it's not robbery. 3


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nonY gillNN YAPHET ItDTTO
"ACROSS 110"STREET"

NO ONE UlNDER 1 7 ADMITTED.

1Reservations not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
on first come first served basis.


Saturday Matinee Only Saturday Only
Mtneconthruous from 2:00 Continuous Showings
"SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL from 3:00

Jms Garner "THE LAST REBEL. PG.I
SuzaTP~eshtte oe Namath
'TERAWHIDE YEARS" G. Woody Strode
TonyCurtis Co~en Miller ~ U
Starts Saturday Night 8:30
Sunay atieeconinuus "LOST WORLD
from l1:4 Evening 8:30 OFSNA"G

DYNAMITE" PG. Toshiro M~fumeI
amsCoburn Rod Steiger Maktoto Satoh
PO:US~ i LUS~lPU
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SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE STARTS AT 2:00

"STRATEGY OF~ TERROR" I
I ~ Starring I
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15.
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21.
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27.
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37,
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41
42
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FUENRA MSA ES will

dontC ahy Batis nhu e
Baillou Hill Road, for Mr. John
Pennerman, 57, formerly of
Mangrove oGaynreA ad a

Ba. mPennerman died at

n rep rt s T esdy H
jo11e 44C smled more5 A

tie pl tmee Deate n hh

Refinery.
Do s ,survived by hisnwife
Pennermn Jrt iv dau htr

Patriia embronMrs She ra
Dal Pennerrman of BroC d n

Pennerman of Mangrove Cay,
and Mr. Aaron Pennerman of
Nassau; one sister, Miss Georgie
Pennerman also of Mangrove
Cay, and 20 grandchildren.
ST. JOHN'S MARDI
GRAS MARCH 6
ST. JOHN'S College will
hold its annual Mardi Gras in
Addington House Grounds,
Shirley Street, on March 6 at
3:30 p.m. The event will be
officially opened at 4 p.m. by
Mr. Anthony Thompson of the
Monetary Authority and an old
scholar of St. John's College
sh a d i G a v w il h a e

games, home cookery and
natveis will be provided by
the Royal Bahamnas Police
I ,,


wi h tthe 0d te leed r u Hrt
West holds off. You lead
anotler Heart, and West takes
wihthe Ace. He leads his I s

trumps. You play the Aee of
Diamonds, nruf a Spade in

det nmp drrok in yu
tra bmedds etsis


s you who
and called


you recall that it wa
pushed the boat out
But that is water

mkno whe cntr
count your tricks: s
four Hearts, once t

kn kd st ath


seLet' lay the han
side for easier referee
none

A1079422
AKu 07 ave one
loser, the Ace of H


third round will find the other
opdo tohn yol b re


SINCE South usually has the
m st interesting decisions t

in that seat and see how you

pr eems Here is our ad, a
Love-All, with the dealer on
your left:



As you sort your cards, it
sfyuh dr een te dealdr,that'
would now be wondering
whet er you had enough for a
relisn, uslbasth to speak yeou

nistha ome level of Spades

Splou are right. West opn I
Hearts. East bounces up to 3
Spades, and now it's your turn.
A pass is out of the question,
so you wonder whether to raise
partner's Hearts, or perhaps to
introduce your own suit at the
levelat leat 5r Harbs ou h
overcall, so you decide a Heart
bid can wait, and while you
can do so economically, you
might as well tell him about
your Clubs. You accordingly
bid 4 Clubs.
To your surprise, West
passes. Partner then goes into a
long trance, emerging finally
w i t h C l u o d T sn e w s

because it means that not only

enougpa o fril inl sh gap sot
that suit, but also that he must
surely have a shortage in the
Diamond suit. This is the sort
of hand where you cannot tell
whether you are going down in
5, or making 6 in comfort. You
feel optimistic, so you bid 6
Clubs.
West produces a frozen smile
and an icy double. There is no

Imn chubde West lta s thue oa
clubs on the table, which
enables you to see the rest of
your resources:
> 97 3
KQJ73


WEATHER
Wind: South-easterly 10 to
16 m.p.h
Weather: Partly cloudy

'Temp: Min, tonight 63
Max. tomorrow 78

TI S: High 5:49da m. and
Low l: am n


under the trouble.
mattero s i d sthere mym hope Le'

lix trumps, g ot what. West, who opened
the Ace it the bidding then doubled your
Ace of finahlco otn tm mrtu mi h ve



ds side by oikd aont eha f ign 1 rd
Ice: The 4 of Clubs. West was good
1 97 3 enough at defence not to bash
K QJ 73 g~ a~ O hieda es, bu afte

n2 tabentans tht he hoped hpbei
eadto reduced hmrmy' m ai
oeas n ayrnhdc d

t with one That surely confirms what you
for yorthought about the trump
itsnta breaking 3-1, because the lead
poeou of the lower of a doubleton
>f trumps, would be most odd. In fact,
Diamonds' u ane
RD amod to the Jack, and East, who
dummy's would have to ruff aHeart, has


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cupboard 31. Card game
4. Shank 32. Basis of
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warning 33. Laborer
11. Silk worm 34. Fireplace
12. Uncle Tom's necessity
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13. Poisonous tree 38. Cheers in an
14. Powwow arena
16. Smell 40. Medal winner
17. Figure of 44. Notoriety
speech 46. Spiced cookies
18. Churl 48. Heroic
20. Baste 49. Swiss canton
22. Fury 50. Almond
25. Skin disease 51. Reish


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Fodder tower
Embankment
Dusk
Dress
Clamor
Perform
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Scottish
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English river
Vaulted alcove
Acknowledge
Transformation
Also


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2..00 P.M.- 11.. 00 P.M.


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THE FINEST CRYSTAL AVAILABLE ANYWHERE


COMPLETE SELECTION OF MEN'S FASHION


The largest and most beautiful store in the Bahamas, housing eleven
boutiques with the finest merchandise from Western and Eastern Europe and
the Soviet Union.
Perfumes Men's, Women s and Children s Fashion --Beachwear Gifts
and Souvenir's Antiques Art- Men s and Women s Accessories -
JewMe/ry China Crystal Cutlery Shoes Toys -- And Much More


EXQUISITE CHINA FROM EUROPE


ICONS, CENTURIES OLD RELIGIOUS ART FROM
RUSSIA


A9 Store For Everyone


t45dil
Le Rendez-vous Restaurant, in the International
Bazaar's new Continental Pavilion a sidewalk cafe
and restaurant in the true French tradition.


IN THE INTERNATIONAL BAZAAR
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA


LARGEST SELECTION OF PERFUME IN THE
BAHAMAS


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C8976 I C9036 C8982 C 3 '


ONE LARGE residential lot in
Highland Park, high elevation.
Only $9,500.00. Call Roberts
at 28437 before S p.m.
C8917
BEST SALES OR RENTAL
in Real Estate are through'
FOX & SONS Tel. 28012 _
31295, Box 6104, Nassau.


FURNISHED one bedroom
apartment, Centreville, w/w
carpet, air conditioned. $230
includes water, electricity,
phone. Call 2-2698 or 5-1663.
C8967
2 BEDROOM I bath home'
separate dining room, fully
furnished airconditioned, five
minute walk to Montagu Beach
inhqu eta a4e.Ladke View5%oa4
night.
C8942
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.

OPF39 E OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Boyd Subdivision
off Foster Street. For
information call 3-6644.
C8943
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
airconditioned one bedroom
apartments. Reasonable rental.
Day call 2-2152. Evenings
5-4926.
C9012
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1
bath a artmeretn H. So die
3-4265.
C9038
BACHELOR ROOM in
respectable home with private
entrance in Palmdale. For
information call 5-1044 -
C9041
1 LARGE SHOP and 1-2
bedroom apartment on Soldier
Road opposite Technical
Training College.
2 Efficiency apartments on
Wulff Road opposite Bahamian
Lumber. Phone 4-2981.

C R E SHOP for rent, 3000
square feet, 6th Te rrace.
Centrevilew ahno .e ued si
entrance. Call 2-1731 or

C9 4
LARGE SHOP and warehouse
on Wulff Road below Mackey
Street. Suitable for furniture
store laundromat Bank -
217d store or5Dry Goods. Call
Douglas Carey.
C9042
UNFURENISR ED BEDROOM
APARTMENT -
DOWDESWELL STREET
S1 7 5 PER M ONTH'
CONTACT ROSS PIN *
TELEPHONE 2-4492 --ER
AND 4 '
C8985
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house -
completely furnished -
Bamboo Town. Phone 34181

FOR SAILE

METAL AND MINERAL

D T C O RS adteal for us e i

information call 23921.
08937



FONRDOOTURERUERNIE'I1RE


FOX BROS.


DOWDESWELL STREET
(4 DOORS EAST OF
DEVEAUX ST.)
P.O. BOX 6104 E.S
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
TEL :28012



OPEN UTL NIGHT NI


OWNER LEAVING. 1968
Austin 1100. Inspection
passed x cellerit
condition. $850.00. Phone
4-2462 atter 6 on weekends.
C9023
$125.00 ...1960 Morris
Minor. Phone 41066 after 5
p.m.

MAIRINEI SUPPLIES
C9039
2 0 FT 5 EACRAFT
OVERNIGHTER WITH 140
H.P. MERCRUISER MOTOR
-SLEEPS 2. FULLY
EQUIPPED SHIP-TO*SHORE
RADIO, SINK, STOVE, HEAD
EXTRAS. 2Va2 YEARS OLD.
COURT 8,00 AEBARGOANN
3-1554 *

CF R SALE OR CHARTER
125ft. x 23ft. 4ft. draft, steel
hull, 290 tons, powered by
new Cat .343 diesel. 15 ton
crane. Up to date load line
with 2 cargo hatches, one 14ft.'
x 24ft and the other 14ft. x
42ft. double bottom, in
excellent shape. .
Contact: Sands Construction &
Shipping, Marsh Harbour, Box
489, Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Phone 159.
C9034
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

25 foot Century powered with
a new Ford diesel engine. Boat
in good condition and the price
has been reduced $1000.00 to
$3400.00.

22 foot Barcone with 115 H.P.
Jhson rHad Consule ste in
new $3600.00

AT THE DIVE SHOP
JUST ARRIVED -- A
submersible fis side rtification
believe, only $6.25. Many
other items such as Ear-eze,
Divers Logs, Rubber Preserver'
Anti-corrosion Spray and

como .eteS ive Storet.Nssus
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371 *
C8969
KINGFISHER 20, well
equipped fibreglass bilge~keel
stoop, 4 berths, head.5 sails,
retractable outboard in well,
Avon dinghy $3,500. Phone
1195.


C8980

WuA dn'T hay t me drinst e




appointment.


KAWAI Grand Piano, 2 years
old, and other furniture. Blue
Hill Road, 2nd house on left
South of Soldier Road.
Everyday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
C9007
2 WILLOW bar stools
1 Georgian Tole Lamp
1 pair Georgian Tole Lamps
1 pair gold and white ceramic
lamps
1 nest of three teak wood
tables
3 large Nassau paintings framed
6 medium Nassau Paintings
framed
4 small Nassau paintings
framed
6 floral pictures framed
Telephone 22278 for
appointment to view.
C9031
TOTALLY reconditioned
B.5A 650 li hninne 2wi nar .

for John.
C8993
3 window fans $15 each
8mm regular/super Movie
Projector $85
1 set golf clubs & leather bag
5125
i swing set $45
i swimimg pool, 5f t. diarn. $10
1 Hydroponic Set $20
S:all 2-4173

CARS FOR SALE
C8996
USA-4, 71 4-dr Ford LTD
Brougham. Fully loaded
ine ude fcory~i ttrotape
0yfm Se Mcli ires.
20,0 0 miles. $3800. Buyer
must pay duty. Call
Commander Fliegel 21181
(work), 77351 (home).
C8999
MGB, new July 1971, white
with black hard top
convertible hood and radio'
Imrriaculate condition, only
12,000 miles. Phone 2-1023
office hours.
C8992
1967 Traveller Van $475
1970 Triumph 1300 4c-door,
radin 81d0.00m sCall 2-4173


TIMPH HERALD 13/60
Re-sprayed rustless radio,
new tyres, very clean car,
inspected -absolutely reliable.
$800.
HILLsMAN HUNetEeR, oWrhi e

todca tyres, spotT M gTC -
$1, 200. Phone Wild
2-4822/77517.
C8965
ISLAND MOTO R COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1970 Ford Escort
Blure Std. 4 Dr. $1100
1971 Vauxhall Viva
2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1895
1970 Viva Auto Green $1200
1970 Ford LTD A/C
Beige Viy $29
a93Pn lac Hatchback 0



At.GenA/C $3400 ml Bu 45
1971 Ford Escot D
Automatic Belge $1695

1972 Pontiac Ventura
OrangeTo c $3950
1969 Cmarro, O10Srane,
Wi Automatic r $1500
1970 Roever White .
ACAutomai $2e AC8400
1969 Hmbrd EScept re
Automatic Bi $1200
1970 Plymuthal 'iCuda 4
A/C2 Red/Back Vinyl $200

1969 Chmryste imprial

A/C Auto.ai $3500
1968CougaerA/ Scp
14,000ti a 1600

Op7 Plmuh n 3H8,g


C8998
LIVE-IN MAID required.
Experience with school age
children essential. Telephone
4-1356.
C9006
SMALL DOWNTOWN hotil
has position available for
resident Manager/Manageress
Requires ability to deal with
public and supervise staff
Good references required

C906, co Tet Tib n, P.t O
Box N-3207, Nassau.
C9002

8 TLRNS CO. ALTD Ce ueK
for immediate employment a
Bahamian with local banking
or finance company experience
to step into management
vacancy in Nassau. You should
have the ability to supervise
small office staff in mortgage
and loan servicing and
acc ou nting Excell ent
opportunity for right person to
grow with smaller bank. Salary
commensurate with experience
ad ed cton. Resumessh~o~u

or brought to 10 British
Colonial Arcade Nassau.
C9009
OUT ISLAND RESORT has
opening for the post of
Resident. Engineer. Successful
candidate will be responsible
for the following areas:-
1. Management of utility
company.
2. Construction and
maintenance of sewage plant.
3. Supervise garage and heavy
equipment maintenance.
4. Supervise maintenance of
Resort and Development

c. Prring all engineering and
designs for new installations
etc.
6. Coordinating activities of
Warehouse and pu chasing

Cndiat eanshoul dghave
training and should have a
least 5 yer xeine
Attracts rsaluprieancebenefits
offered. Send resume to:- P. O.
Box N3229, Nassau, Bahamas.

892HELP WANTED
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR MASTER MAR INE R
island Cement Company
Limitect, P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement" a
1500 DWT Bulk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional
experience, possessing a British
Foreign Going Master
rMariner Cert la e n o

writ ng to the above address

heduan jertpe ience and


JOB TI TLE: Expediter
(Purchasinrg &Stores)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM Experience: 2-3
years
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
value; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost center and work
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
C npot, Gr ndOBa amaF-0,


ULTRA Modern Dental Clinic
re uires:-
(1) Rece tionist Typist
(1) Dental Assistant
Excellent salary, ideal working
conditions. Experience
considered but not essential.
Apply in writing to "Dental
Clinic," P. O. Box N3750,
Nassau.
C9010
1 HAIRSTYLIST Male or
Female
1 Manic urist
Must have 3 to 5 years
experience in all phases of
beauty culture.
Apply in person at Carmita's
Beauty Salon, Charlotte Street
Phone 24222 or write P. O
Box 5166, Nassau.
C9024
DRIVER SALESMAN for

Rhqoji eents bre ethatryout.
have a valid driver's licence,
references from previous
employers and a good basic
education. Starting time 5:30
a.m. 6 days per week. Apply in
person to Mr. Andre
Lightbourne or Mr. W.
Holland, Purity Bakery Ltd.
No phone calls please.

TRADE SERVICES I

CV ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Saes and s~e vies. Cail in la

WORLD OF MUSIC, Dewgard
Plaza.


C8947


agg .~U
Mackey Street
&tRosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
&t DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS


CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PH20N : 2 3377958 2-3796.
Airport 77434
C38941
PATIO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.
C8104
YOU'RE IN A HEAP-O-
TROUBLE IF YOU DON'T
CAOLU PABCO L OARN ILG
PROB LEMS -- TE L:
51071-2-3-4.

POSITION WANTED
C9025
YOUNG COUPLE seeks
position as caretaker with
accommodation, in absence of
owner. Good references
supplied. Phone 3-4169 after 6
D.m.


IN IFREEPORT TEL 352-6808


1968 Chris Craft 32' Sea
Skiff, twin 327 cu. in. Chevys,
marine head, sleeps 4, very well
kept and fully maintained, fly
bridge, f itted, $9,500 or
nearest offer.
Phone 352-2000 or 373-2446.
Box F-737, Freeport.



C7195
MC PERI SPABT TGE



ANDOIG O PERECT G
C ON TH STR AUCTION AD

FORMA THE MOORINIGOF
SUPERANKES P O
( PREVIOUS EXPEIENCE OF
AT LEAST IVE YEARSIN
THIS FIELD PROVEUNBY
CERTFICAES. C

KNOWLEDGE OF TE
MENTRICSYTEMN AND
THODOLTHE OF TYPE O
WILD00 T2N. MUST BAE
OFADRILLINGPLATFORM O
ANDHWERKOBRARGXIEAS OM

T INCD HISOENL B
REQUI REND.TN A

THE LDURAIO OF THE
PROOJIEC IS FIV TO SIX
MONDTHS. ONLY B


1U -Mid *


One of Bermuda's most
attractive and substantial
residences, entered from a

corta d with oeudnta nte an
over looking a bird sanctuary
and the island's beautiful
South Shore. Situateadron five

landscaped gardens with a
citrus orchard and natural
wooded parkland. Entrance
hall with winding cedar
staircase. Seven bedrooms. Six
bathrooms. Large living room
with adjoining bar. Dining
room, breakfast, recreation and
utility rooms. Maid's quarters.
Central h ea ting and
airconditioning. Terraces.
$600,000.
Contact:B Goff~rey Bir m It

Bermuda Telephone: 2-0846.
C9035
FOR SALE
SPLIT LEVEL house Shirica.
Big enough for two families.
Furnished-only $37,500.00-
2 UNIT HOUSE -- has income
that is established, Montagu
Heights. Neat, clean and
spacious. Reduced to
$45,000.00.
HAVE HOUSE
approximately 4000 sq. ft.
priced way below reproduction
costs. 2-car garage - enclosed
SWIMMING POOL. Bar-b-que
ptreur er cover.f Ida fr
good I~ving in the tropics. Near
school and schopping centre
Pricu rvill surprise you. Please
OUT WEST 2 Stoe i
elegant tstei Faccing Se-er g

yachtmans family-golfing
swimming, shopping nearby.
No problems. Priced below l
reproduction costs. By
VSoitmMn RINA -- houses
g dlsed- i swean cultivated
HIGHLAND PARK from
$40,000.00 and up.
NASSAU EAST houses from
$35,000.00 and up. Don't fear
Damianos has the best. Our
listings are the best.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate since 1945. Dial 22033,
22305, 22307 Nite 41197
C9003
MUST SELL. Make an offer;
Lot approximately 92' x 110
Ba States, zoe efor p iat



FOR RENT


03doomE Rwobath rgnd owo
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
ad dining all basically
aun shed Victoria Court
fuarni nt t Elizabeth
Apatenuebst on Shiriey and
BA n reet. Failities, phone*
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m
C8784
2 BEDROOM apartment in
Centreville District, fully
furnished. For particulars ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C9005
APARTMENTS located at
corner of Collins Avenue and
ft s rac. A rco dit oe

i format n caNl M. Clon ris -


C13
AITGAENT FRONT/aOFFla~
supervise Front Desk Staff.
Fully conversant with
reservations and Front Desk
procedures Must be able to
operate eN yeR4 00rn Dye k

experience required, also Police
HEAD WASHMAN: Reivn
and sorting soiled eciingn
Supervise loading operations of
washing and drying machines.
Must be able to adjust and
make minor repairs to.
machines when necessary.
References from previous
employer required.
I N S PEC T RESS ES-LI NEN
ROOM ATTENDANT &
MAIDS: At least three years

A dvou eprence necessay

Wrae po t, G and Ba amaF"51


PO haiTLSE:orsExpediter
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM Experience: 2-3
years
DUTI ES/R ESPONSI BILI TI ES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards: calculate
value; posts charges to spread
sheet by Cost center and work'
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson n o
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C8950
T~ERNATAONoALt FIRM h

several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants In
theer Freeport o fice,
Successeu ecantdid jriewillan1

bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partnr Pric Waterhos &
np24, Ba m.Box u-2s15,


C8973
BAHAMAS YOUTH
EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP
invites you to see a full length
feature film "REDRUNS THE
RIVER" at the Government
High School Auditorium
Saturday I~arch 3rd. 8:00 p.m.
IT'S FREE COME AND
BRING A FRIEND.
C9020
NOTICE is hereby ive th t
Dieumercie Louis, a lasen at e
Veus, of Coconut Gdlvey
Avenue, is hereby alyln rove
the Go ve nry a gf oo
naturalization, and that any
p rson wh knw a rso

write *n ssigomde sae en

Governor, Government House,
Nassau, ashamas.


C9026


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

C8981
FOR SLE
COMPARE San~dL Addition
with other Subdivisions. 80ft.
frontage against 50 ft.
r40sq. ftuagainusttij000 nst

usghl soverh ad lines.aint
little or no discount
Low deposit
Easy monthly payments
Near schools, churches
shopping and other facilities'
For appointment call 23921

C8930
2 LARGE LOTS 20.000 so. ft
Blair Estate. A good Buy.

lsae pfricmt I,0 0.05eIna e
0005 Sareeze Estate Price
Well situated Hilltop Lot
Montague Terrace Price
$10,000.00 A choice corner lot
Highvista Estate Price,
$6000.00
Choice lots Dannotage
Subdivision Soldier Rd. from
$6250.00 Choice elevation
with excellent view.
For information call Bills Real
Estate 23921
C9014
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom,

Vstab brinae lienng oo ,
separate dining room,
Bahama room, porch,
ptio uca rdtetc. Lar
furnished or nearest offer.
2. Ehxr rnbuy n char in
residence Highland Park.
Spacious Oivmg-dining,
porch, garage. Beautifully
landscaped grounds, fruit
tres nOnly six yavs ol .

3.$54,000 unfurnished. ey
Geor gian -Col on ia I
architect -desig ned
residence Vista Marina
with two bedrooms, two
baths, I~ving room, dining
room, powder 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 c l-e-sa oHf Villa e


S I shoppn cnrenR




Air-conditioned. Lot 100'
x 100'. Financing
available to suitabi
prospect. New wiig e
plumbing etc wring ew o
$49,5n00 e rnice of
includes brand nurnis oed
new freezer and new
automatic washing
machine.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street
P. O. Box N8164
Nassau *
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042

C9037
LOT FOR SALE IN HIGH

N9T neT $ 0.0 pe mdonw .
day Night 415Mhoe 171


C9022
A SPECIAL TELEPHONE
NUMBER 5-8742 IS NOW
INSTALLED AT BAHAMAS
HUMANE SOCIETY.

SCHOOLS
C9004
' 'KNO W -WELL ,
COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE-
Vacancies exist R.S.A
Tpewritinnd, hu2ada 63

-- 8:00 p.m. Commencing 13th
uarh ma 3. U airs G. M
Coconut Grove. Telephone
5s24o.

IIELP WVANTED
Cl96 mrln
BLUE VISTA HEALTH
BEAUTY SALONS
Require Malsseur & Masseuse
Manicurists & Pedicurist. Also,
apprentices ~males or femaieS
Call for an appointment,
Telephone 77048.


REQ UIRED immediately.
GARDENER with previous
experience in all duties related
to Nursery work and outside
intenanL caya Nursery & r
Landscaping Company Ltd.
P oneers' Way, Free ort,2Grand


0 QIRED one landscape
architect for r esor t
development landscaping all
surrounding areas of hotel.
construct nursery for further
Landscaping designs, consultant
with Golf Course Greenskeeper
on landscape improvements


Nsa, Baoham "'Saend
C9028
REQUIRED one experienced
Greenskeeper preferably 3-5
years e periencPe too ubv on

resume withN 82afic tons to
.O. Bo~x24596. Nssau o


IOIA NN requires 2
dah rme~n and 1 machine
lodr experience required.
SElease apply in person to Glen
Sunder*


Furnished or Unfurnished Condominium
Apartment LOVE BEACH COLONY CLUB.
,L'u x u r y ? bedroo m, 2 -bath
f~i~rran~tlea arent w th lar e

baech, gardens and swimming pool.
Wall-to-wall shag ca rpeti ng throughout
centrally airconditioned reverse cycle, fully
eqiuipped kitchen including diswasher.
Furnishdk throughout with Whitecraft island
furniture. Use of private beach bar, sailboats
and outboard motor boat. Please contact
21ig11 or 21842 evenings 21M%


i~~ ~i~il~


~


C8952
HELP WANTED
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR MASTER MARINER
I ead, Cement Conplan0
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qa ifier Bahalnd formMastea

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
rec og n ied equivalent.
Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above address
giving a full resume of
education, experience and
technical certification.


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I


HILLCREST TOWERS COLLINS AVENUE
yearly lease 2- and 3- bedroom apartments
ideal for business men 10 minutes walk
from city centre. Fully furnished and shag
carpeting throughout. 2 bathrooms, tully
equipped kitchen. Private swimming pool and
gardens. Magnificent~ views of harbour and
Paradise Island. Use of private beach and
sailing equipment. Retntals from $395 to $600
depending on size and floor. includes water.
Please telephone 21841 or 2184 even ~
48


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I I


I I


I I


SPANicSH RANGE,


C8977
EFFICIENT YOUNG MAN
required. Capable of handling
Customs Documents. Must be
familiar with preparation of
entries, monetary applications
and all facets of such duties.
Call 2-3173 for interview.


C9032
DO YOU HAVE AN idea for
making money. We have the
money send full details to:
"IDEA", Box 6104, Nassau,
Bahamnas*


SC9027


BAHAMIA~NS
IN WRITING
SPA., P. O.
FR PORT.


NEED APPLY
TO MICOPERI
BOX F-2409,


C7194
MANAGER To manage and
operate Ph otograph ic and
Electronic Studio and Store
Must have minimum four year
in commercial and studio
photography and darkroom
work. Knowledge of buying
and selling photographic and
*Iectronic equipment.
Apply in writing by 8th March
to LUNDOR LTD., Box F-156.


C9015
WANTED: Maid 5Va days per
week. Montagu area. Bahamian
or Bahsmian status with
references apply. Telephone:
Day 2-3283 or Nights 3-1975.


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.nt


MARIE SUPrlrPLIES I


REAL ESTATE


REAL ESTATE


FOR RENT


FOR SAILE


IELP WANTED


P LEH WANTED


E DART SERVICES


FOR SALE

198 17' 6" Ski boat, all
hiber glass correct craft, 210
h.p., For V in erceptor'
fresh water c oled, com01ete
offe roa trer, $2,10 or
Phone 352-2000 or 373-2446.
Bo3 F 737, Freeport.


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~7~0Con~ /31


DEAR ABBY: My heart is brakla, and althea I. thinkr I
knowr the answer, maybe if I saw it in prin I coulld accept
tt momen us@.
In an P unmarried woman who has been absolutely
talthtal to a married man ever since we fell in love four
years ago. His excuse for not leaving his wife and marry-
log me was his children. I accepted this. I know that
hadreds at husbands and wives live under the same root
after they stop loving each other just for the sake of their
chlidaen, best they usually have ther own interests, and go
their own way.
Abby, I never asked him to leave his home, his wife, or
his children, but I did expect him to be just as true to me
as I was to him.
Well, I wes true to him, but he was sleeping'with boda

He says he loves me, but I am beginning to wonder. I
can understand his keeping his marriage intact for the
childan's sake, but must he SLEEP with his wife for the
children's sake? Or is it just because he wants to? HURT
DEAR HURT: I hate to hurt yea further, but unless a
man "wants to," he's a pretty ineffective bed partner.

DEAR ABBY: With some people marriage doesn't
work. In our case, the divorce didn't work. After five years
at marriage and two children, my husband and I got a
divorce. The first three months we stayed apart, but the
last three months we have been living together just lie we
did when we were married. We stml love each other, and
we want to be man and wife again. I know you can geet a
marriage annulled. Can you get a divorce annulled?
ME AND) HIM
DEAR ME: Ask the lawyer who handled your divorce.
Prve never heard of "aannlling" a divorce. YouI may have
go wa~it unII~f your divorce is final before you're free to
marry agala.

Itupert and the Ninky Toys-34


-I~S '


THE6 Make Too Very CROBB-wrdor. The one wilth no numbers
cad except for the Arst la eac sectica, so ereler to the claes.
Ones blet by comapler TIM lcKAY : Pounce on the elsrht-letter
totanl and sa it workr for you. Solution on Monday.


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Clasr Dowvn
bntreah ( alencs on the


Ane~arl. (3)
Oa Chrane idsand. (4)



Ca leassat)


W ade 7
oISU same. r wl~e


APA RTMENT 3- G By Aez o fa
IRL ETTE ~1S :~ THE MAID IS WITH HER FOR SHE'S TAKEN AN OVERDOSE OF SLEEP
THOM NI THE MOMENT! COME INTO ECAONOSVRAOCAOS
WAE WNT THE LIBRARY WITH ME! AN A NEM KNWWEE SH ST I
IS MRS.TAKE HER LIKE THIS SHE BECOMES FILLED WITH
RH HTOP L'~ REMORSE i
HER
CLOSELY!



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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


A4ssCEO Mol We~ wsa solR 6N'a CWollR VACONV.




CL AS SIF ED


HELP MNCTED HELP MNUTED

C7192E PERIENCED dining
COU ECORT foEQ)IERED. roo5 watra o repr

requires extensive periods of cocktail lounge waitress
ime axa leo cn meg Mus wanteed. Pleased appln prson
guests and also speak Frlenc~h International Hotel, Freeport.


lr atv o your welfare can be madecl now in
corajunction with older or more serious men who are able to
give you specific data and backing you need to be truly
successful.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Both pals and associates
willingly talk over with you just how you can advance and
how to gain your most cherished longings. Get in touch with
thoew who can come through with the information you need.
Work.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you look to influential
persons, you get good advice on how to add to present
income. Show you have good sense and make a fine impression
on practical persons. Avoid one who is hypocritical.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You need to use tact now if
you want to put those inspired ideas to work successfully.
Gain your finest aims with ease. Get the new partners you feel
will work with you successfully, harmoniously.
MOON CHELDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get out early to
consult with an adviser who can show you how to capitalize
on your finest talents, capabilities. Handling all of your duties
wisely and well is important now. Think constructively.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you assist your friends and
associates to put their ideas across in a modern way, this will
be of help to you. Get together with persons you like and
admire in a social way. Show how much you do admire them
and get good results.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you prove yourself now to
bigwigs, you will get the assistance you need from them for
advancement. Take the right treatments and improve your
health. Avoid one who has an eye on your assets.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are inspired now about
how to gain your fondest aims, so be active and do just that, in
a most ethical way. Impress others with your mental dexterity,
Don't lose your temper and you get excellent results.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) It may be a bit difficult, but
try to come to better terms with a family tie who is important
to you. Problems can be handled efficiently. Arrive on time
for some personal appointment in p.m.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) An associate may
appear to be slowing you down but is wisely keeping you from
getting into trouble. Know your true position with all allies.
Listen to what regular contacts have to say.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get into those practical
outlets that can bring the results you desire at this time and
make life easier for you as well. A co-worker can pave the way
to greater understanding with bigwig for you. Accept the
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Get into the thoroughly
enjoyable entertainment that has been most satisfying in the
past and derive greater pleasure from it now. You have some
particular talent to bring to one who can help you
commercialize it.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Sit down and converse with
kin and see how to combine your joint efforts for greater
success and happiness in the future. You want more security
and can get it. Invited key people mn for dinner in p m.


.St)I on Itiptoe thre sorekeeper ~the covers is a sleeping figure.
opens the door of Santa's Would you like to leave the
bedroom and wheels in the presents for him ? asks the
beknina uet the amfollow ape Rpu rt. "hame uriI


Wmnlng

Bridge
a .lOTOR MIOLLO
"a fe ily n wih amn-
kagly malge cards are
pla ye d autoaticall~ aAn
metruebive rexmple s sdel
irm mth between Hungary
Dealer North: Both Val:
North
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SQJ 10 43 (

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k 0 AK J 98 8
Q3~:''A 10

West Nrh ~ Est South
-Past 36 34
Both Wet led the $10. In
one room, declarer covered with
the Q hm Ah~ other he didn't.

sensational*
Whewn the +Q was played and
East won, he cou'dnr i ell who
had the maswing club, so he caon-
Itinued the suit. Declarer ruffed,
draw truymps and conceded two
dn .hoth~er rm when h.
Iroml e adecngth t dcar
could t have a second club. So

Th sis hdene tede thne 0 Es
hears noru lb Wes Q ound

Pour down and all because
roar co ldo' to 4 e the


will send you off at once
says the storekeeper. "Alh
empties have gone back
now, so you must travel by
specila delivery." He fastens
an addressed label to the sack
and ties another to Rupert's
arm, adding: "You'ti have to
go as a parcel too!"


When Rupert has carried
out his task the two leave
Santa still sleeping soundly
.and make their way into the
corridor. Suddenly Rupert
catches sight of a clock. "Is
that the time!" he cries. "Oh
dear, Ishould have been
home long ago." "Then we


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Evans (Wbhite, to move> has
opened king's aide Ylnes for
attack. but now his king knight
pawn as threatened.
tas hab le chielofe> B K2 and (d) 1 -K2. Whlah
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months to 1 year experience.
Must be neat in appearance,
between the ages of 21-25.
,Reference and Police
\Certificate required.
nnterested Persons Apply:
IsadBahama Hotel, West
End, Grand Bahama, Mr. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.


C7200
DRESSMAKER Must be
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references required.
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rF iday March 2 1973


from the W no ge Cinst itut
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Long-rang plans


By PAUL NICHOLSI


r UDGE PARK ER


N'~ot a sound," he whispers. be ~lovely I "So while Rupert HOR mustP
We ust't ake hi."In fills Santa's stockting his e
the middle of the room stands friend keeps watdh in aase fe ato ~ tersM ,
SIarege bed and huddled under the old gentleman should stir. or n


Rurpert and the Ninky Toys-35 E L fp.mrre p~by,


;; r rwere must eead ai;r
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close Aereas
fc~ rom the OMI Iapre.

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Leo Rolle may be selected



for Davis Cup in Colombia


10 Elyr Gr~ibuttt


NOTICE



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Belgrave Auctioneers will continue selling at
Public Auction, a quantity of Miscellaneous
Goods, at Government Warehouse, Arawak
Cay tomorrow, beginning at 10 a.m.


Terms CS


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NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF

SAVINGS ASSURANCE PLAN POLICIES:

ANCHOR UNIT TRUST PRICES


AS OF FEBRUARY 28th, 1973

OFFERED PRICE . ... .. ... .1.41
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YIELDING .......... 1.23%


Championship ocean ralce which
clis usceto 5 0 nt s. 11eal ti lea
for this race run fromt the record
times of 7 hours 23 minutes to, 22
hours for the lesser boats. Biminlit,
C:at Cray, C~hub Caiy, Go~vernoi's
itlarbobur, o:urrent ('ut,p S ndr C'
Bahama are all part of the circuit
Sponsors for the 1973 race will
again be the Ministry of ~Tourism. .
the Nassau & P'aradise Islanld
Aut oton of Gorarndd Ha ma ato
the Freeport-Lucaya D~evelopment
JORNEY SCHEDULES
BAHAMAS Ten nis
Champion nship schedule for
Saturday, March 3 (2nd round)
2 p m. L,. Rolle v Hlicks o~r Hodge
Knowte sr D. Archer v .Gen or
o ppon IT. Ashton vRK Stokes
Keo eowl C Care it Peston,
4 p.m. 8. Richmcnd v W.
He burn, JA nieg ~ K Iets as
Kr e.n.r Sh cberg &h Vck v
Jolly & Fletcher. W. Hepburn &J.
Stea atd, M. Ma shal &e s. anks v
B. Richmond & Sandra Miller.
atS day' sc 8duule wl b e >osted
Saturday March 3, at 3 p.m.


POLYESTER
Was $6.50 Per Yard
Now SS.50

LINEN & COTTON PLAIDS
Special Price SS.00
SHEETIS Wals 6.00 Now $.5


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COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


By IVAN JOHNSON
DR. MALCOLM HALE, Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association secretary
informed the Tribune this morning that Leo Rolle, 23, four times Bahamab
Tennis Champion, stands a "very good chance" of being selected to play in
folo gbgtriaI~ fo th Carbebd tam eale Ihis wek inmaial.
Dr. Hale stressed' the point that represent the Bahamas in Miami so
conle'as sections fo ha DadvbuCul wethecda drt sni oRolle sal ng
of Jamalca, reputedly the No. I Orange Bowl."
tennis player in the Caribbean, will The Orange Bowl was Rolle's
be available tol play in Colombia. first tournament experience and
Russell b~ at present touring In since then he has improved rapidly
Nigeria anld according to Dr. Hale blossoming into the top Behamian
there selrtos are at preens tring tennis plae snoe P96
his airfatre back to Jamatca in time So far in his career Rotte has won
for- the Davis Cup. the Bahamas Tennis Championships
"As of yesterday the selectors four times, in '66, '67, '68 and '72.
did not know if Russell would be In 1970 he lost in the semi-finals to
available for the Davis Cup," said Timms and in 1971 he was beaten
Dr. Hale this morning. "But if the by the Present Nassau Champion,
f~rs can be raised in time to fly and Sonesta Beach pro, Fritz
hm back teo) muaicar bofnex le k Scuci rh fiaftrl utn

SIf selected for the Davis Cup recently held Pro-Am tourney that
S4Rolle will be the first player from Rolle's game had improved
it: the Bahamas ever to play in the tremendously since last year.
Cup. "Rolle is much more confident
The selectors, made up of now," said Schunck, "and he no
representatives of the longer makes the simple errors he
Commonwealth Caribbean Lawn used to make. He's improving all
Tennis Association, choose the the time and I think the next time
1)avis Cup team out of the top we meet the result will be very
tenlnis players from the Bahamas, touch and go," added the swarthy
Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Schunck.
Barbados, British Honduras, and Schunck like many others feels
Guyana. that Rolle has a bright future in
GREAT TRIUMPH front of him at the age of 23, but
g ak gesinto ompe iderart mn ta hnksthat hethbero g of his ability
five major Caribbean countries, his given the opportunity to tour
selection in the Davis Cup abroad, where he would be able to
Caribbean team will be a great improve his game even more by
triumph not only for him playing against superior opponents.
pe=snaly but also for tennis in the F ID YR CN
Rolle's tennis career first started AT RACE TRACK
in the earlier '60's when as a ball
boy at the old Gym Tennis Club he HOBBY HORSE RACK TRACK
was 'spotted' by Dr. Hale. announced this morning that
ol asitprsr@ b tbhe tb1way n followsn oa quest to thelRacing
GDr. Hale, "although he was only a take place on rI~tdaysl in addition to
sh imepwo a reo aged 15 I could Tuesday sand Sdaturdaysmetwilb
'e "At the time the BLTA were on March 9 and Charity Day will be
w looking for a couple of Juniors to held on Friday, March 30.


the semifnal*
Rodgers' Sport Shop in the
secon ga adme did not find it so
easy taking a one game lead in
the second of the quarterfinal
playoffs and bowed to the
shooting hi ganof I eh<

paced Superwash Arawaks to a
87-83 victory. Rodgers' and
Arawaks are now tied at one
game each.
Both Rodgers' and
Superwash meet for the final
game on Saturday.
Defending Paradise League
champions the Kentuc y
Colonels leading by one game
visit, the Fox Hill Saints tonight
at 7:30 at the A. F. Adderley
Gym when the P.L.
quarter-final enters it's second
game. In the second game at at
8:30, Budweiser Eagles will
battle for the equalizer when
they host the Classic Pros who
hold a one game lead over
them
*FAST START
The Cougars as usual took
full control from the beginning
as, paced by Peter Brown, who
scored 12 of his 24 points in
the first half and Johnson with
18, they moved to a 34-14 lead
at 9: 12
Papa Smith, who paced the
Cougars defensively with five
assists, took to the bench with
Brown as 6'-7" Allan Ingraham
adck6'-3 m Gary New od
dominating their opponents.
Carter's momentarily took
over the pace as the Cougars on
a little mis-coordination had
Carter's breaking the twenty
point gap. Smith and Donzel
Huyler came on late in the first
half and helped them to a
56-9 le d returned in the

i cnld4 ntlto pace Cougars
Prince Hepburn, the high
pointer for Carter's with 20
and George Simmons with
good ball handling, tried for an
early come back, but the
sC gars with a hhot offec aad
system the Hitachians were
able to bring up and advanced
to the semi finals.
**********
DELANEY IN FORM
Rodgers' starting without
their key rebounder Miza
Selver, managed to hold an
early four point lead until Van
Delaney found the basket.
So cone remar e:"Thadt'sta

come. I'm sorry for Rodpers'."
The following four minutes
spelt danger for Rodpers' as
Delaney petting some help
from ChrleslDe ean opened

added a basket but Delaney,
showing great form last night,
saw them to a 31-32 lead with
7:32 remaining in the half.
t scoeo Dai, on the
played this season, gave
excellent contribution on the
rebounding as he and Robert
Sawe ofrom dr thed Gboards
Farrington.
Controlling a 40-24 lead at
4:02 of the half, a technical
foul called against Superwash
semedrs'hu th a b a
the ten point gap. However,
entering into foul trouble with
Farrington and Godfrey
Burnside on four fouls each,


d&3 frst-h I a .h
Selver and Farrmgton
sparked an early comeback for
Rodgers' and w ~ith Leo
Johnson coming in clinched a


54 all tie with 12 minutes
remaining in the game.
Robert Johnson taking a
loose ball gave Rodgers' the
lead for the first time but with
FRo ges' re a nFarri gton on
~the shooting of Delaney who
isaw the Arawaks 73-65 in the
Ilead.
Picking up the momentum,
Rodgers' again moved four
behind 81-77 as Selver brought
the tw behind
Leo Johnson at the free
throw line missed chances of
tying and with Davis taking
the rebound the Arawaks
moved on to 83, and went on
to tie the playoffs at one game
each.


1973
No. I


IN I'THE SUPREME COURT
()F 111EI BAH~AMA ISLAND S


I:OUITY SIDl.

NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT.

Trhe Petition of ELEUTHERA ADVENTURERS
L.IMITEDn a Com any incorporated under the laws
of. the Bahama Islands and carrying on business
within the said Bahama Islands and having its
Registered Office in the City of Nassau in respect
a :
A LL that piece or parcel of land comprising
13.6,9 acres originally granted by the Crown to
tEl cuthera Adventurers Limited and situate near
the Settlement of Gregory Town in the Island of
Eileuthera one of the Bahama Islands which said
piece or parcel of land is bounded
NORTHEASTWARDLY by the sea at high
water mark and running thereon Eight hundred
and Seventy-four (874) feet more or less
SOUTHEASTWARDLY by Crown Land and
running thereon Six hundred and Seventy (670)
feect rnore or less SOUTHWESTWARDLY by the
piece or parce 1 of land immediately hereinafter
described and running thereon Eight hundred
and Forty-eight and Seventy-three htindredths
(848. 73) feet NORTHWESTWARDLY by
Crown Land and running thereon Seven hundred
and Twenty (720) feet more or less and which
said piece or parcel of land is coloured Blue 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 AND
ALSO ALL THAT piece or parcel of land
comprising 55. 506 acres and being a portion of a
tract of land originally granted by the Crown to
Samuel Sweeting and situate near the said
Settlement of G~regory Town which said piece or
parcel of land is bounded
NORTHEASTWARDLY by the said piece or
parcel of land immediately herein before
described and running thereon Eight hundredad
and Forty-eight anld Seventy-three hundredths
(848.73) feet SOUTHEASTWARDLY partly by
land the. property of Pyfrom Estates Limited
and partly by land the property of The
Harrisville Company and running thereon jointly
Three thousand and Forty and Fifty-three
hundred ths ( 3 04 0. 53) feet
SOUTHWESTWARDLY by land the property of
The Harrisville Company and running thereon
Six hundred and Sixty and Ten hundredths
(660.10) feet NORTHWESTWARDLY by land
also the property of The Harrisville Company
and running thereon One hundred and Three
and Thirty-five hundredths (103.35) feet
SOUTHWESTWARDLY by land also the
property of The Harrisville Company and
running thereon Eighty-seven and Forty-three
hundred ths ( 87 43) feet and
NORTHWESTWARDLY by land the property
of the Estates of the late Theodore Pyfrom and
the late Sidney Pyfrom and running thereon
Two thousand Nine hundred and Forty and
Eighty-three hundredths (2940.83) feet and
which said piece or parcel of land is coloured
Pink on the said plan thereof filed in this matter
in the said Registry of the Supreme Court.
ELEUTHERA ADVENTURERS LIMITED, the
Petitioner in this matter, claims to be the owner of
the unincumbered fee simple estate in possession
of the said pieces or parcels of land and has made
application to the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands under Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act
to have its title to the said pieces or parcels 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
ma ng ns eced during normal office hours at the

(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court in the
City of Nassau aforesaid.
(b) The Chanlbers of Messrs. Higgs & Kelly, 324
Bay Street, in the City of Nassau aforesaid,
Attorneys for the Petitioner.
(c) The office of the Commissioner at G~overnor's
Harbour, Eleuthera.
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 27th day of March, 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 27th day of
March, 1973 will operate as a bar to such claim.


HIG s, KELLY,
Nassau, Bahamas,
Attroneys for the Petitioner.


LEO JOHNSON (1 4) of Rodgers' Sport Shop gets a piece
of this field goal attempt by Van Delaney of Superwash
Arawaks. Delaney scored 36 Iast night to lead Superwash to
an 87-83 victory over Rodgers. Photo: RICKEY WELLS.


RON OVEREND, president of
ermotionuBond annwau ed toad
that the Bahamas 500 ocean power
boat race will start and finish in
Nassaeu this year.
The race, for the past six years,
h eean louat ed Fre port Grand
in Nassau, but the decision to
change to a Nassau start was part of
the inaugural programme of the
1973 Goombay Summer Festival
ope nhas "500" is a World



tomorrow's rajat Hobbuore
Race Track
FIRST RACE 4% 1
DFURbLONGS. Ist. Half Dally
1. Anne Belle Ill


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9 Rat News 114
Tunaway Chl~d til
SECOND RACE 4V2
DUuRb NGS. 2nd. Half Daily
2. Qu nM in Te Road 12
3. Fint 11
SWn hethTak(Royal Dream) I1
6. Miss Power 1 2
~7. Walt Awhile 1 14
9. Mr onns a ce 1
Sub.
Urslyble Maker I1
THIRD RACE 9 FURLONGS.
.Ulncle Bud Ias
2. Lucky Spill 115

o.Mmnetdhalee 1
6. Ghenghis Khan IIS
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9. Nightmare Dream 112
SuGbi 1
Menson a1
FOU RTH RACE -9
FURLoNGs.
2. Sib 15S
P4 t L st Sht 1

a.Set Music 12
9.UVncle Lou 1as
suies Lene I 2
Ldy Beth 1
VIFT~H RACE 6 FUIRONGS
annemlc~hul Queen I1
3. corona 1 3
n.LaEn ny I1
7 ee a R ward I1
9. A alng ll
SIXTH RACE 6 FURLONGS.
I.UncleMac 11?
3.Cmp ee Imagell

6Soplight 1
8. Roman Dancer 113
9. My Account 113
so .
M stern 1
Jhn Mark I1


lIothl Mr. Irvin and Mr. Daovis are
expected to arrive in Nassau
tomorrow.


Becks Coulars through



to semi-finals; Arawaks



ti RdeS 101 pb f

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
SAMMY "BOOKIE" JOHNSON continually proving himself
cpable of returning fullfledged into basketbaHl took 25 from the
boards and scored a game high of 29 points to lead defending
champions Beck's Cou~gars 103-73 over Carter's Hitachi to take a
24 win in the best of three quarterfinal playoffs and advance to


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MONTY IR~VIN, officer of th
(commissioner of' Baseball, Ne
York, and L~arry D~avis, president (
the National H~aseball C'ongres
lichi a, Kanstas, hlav emofirmr
Association Monday nightt at tt
Queen E~lizabeth Sports C'entl
during: ceremonies for the office
openiing of the U.B.A.'s 197
season.
Others participating in th
ozum ingiud niaon enWvilliai
Thlompson, thle Hon. L~ivingston
<:akey, Minister of i~ducatiom an
President of the B.U.A.
Music will be played by tl
f mM7: 5 oma 4Police Force Bat
Mr. Irvin, a former New Yo
Giants star all rounder and recent
I:lne visited Nassa asbati Had a
has indicated he will give any he
he con to the B.B.A.


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