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Publication Date: March 14, 1973
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"unco~nslttiutonal".
The appeal hearing began on
March 5, and lasted two full
days before Supreme Court
Justices James Smith and
Samuel (raham,
Judgment was deferred to
yesterday afternoon, when the
court ruled against all seven
grounds of appeal and
dismissed the case.
Twenty C'uban-Americans,
one of them a woman, were on
November 3 convicted by
Chief Magistrate Wilton
lie u old thM men paid
their fines and were released,
but three -- Froidan Basque,
Rafact Rodriquez. and
Bernardo Perez- were unable
to raise their $31,000 fines and
are serving their prison terms.
Following the dismissal of
the appeal yesterday, the three
still 'have two months to


sa:e o aadis Ilnd o tw
directors of Baha mas
Commonwealth Bank have
ended, the owners, Resorts
In ternational. revealed




wa\ disc~ussing! sale of a large
part of its properties and
buslrnes\ interests to two client
compnies of Bahamas
The' buyers were

(;ilh:? K. :. S !h n
twinecr L.O.S. chairman Robert


S c< uIr tIe s Ex cha n g
(comnurlssionl in its $224 million


5ir. Straub is president of
( ulf Stream~l (Bahamas) Ltd., a
dtI rectolr of Bahamas
(commniic wealth Bank and also
a dueccto~r of international
Banco~rp. the bank's holding
comlpIny.
Mr. C'lay was a former
vlce-plresident and director of
In t national Cont rols
('c....caton of New Je nseyt
company once controlled by
Mr. Vesco and a director of
Bahamlas Commonwealth. In
addition he is president of
Property Resource Ltd.
It is understood that the
Straub-(`lay combine were
gijven until March I and
subseqluently a further two
weeks to come up with the
necessary funds to complete
the Paradise Island purchase,
but were unable to do so.
A new group is now
reportedly interested in buying
I'aradise Island, although this
could not be confirmed today.
In November, shortly after
the SE.C suit became public,
Resorts chairman Jamies
Crosby told The Wall Street
Journal the negotiations would
"certainly" be affected if his
firm could not get valid legal
opinions about an agreement.
According to Mr. Crosby the
37-year-old Vesco had been
involved "periodically" in the
talks on Paradise.
In D~ecember Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling told The
Miami Hferald his government
had been informed that Mr.
Vesco and Mr. Crosby had
been talking about a
sale. Resorts also reported
l'uesday thlat it lost money last
year. According to The Miami
lierald it incurred a net loss of
$138,531 or 3 cents per share
of commllon stock on sales of
$38 million
in 1971 Resorts Inter-
national earned a net pronit of
allm st $1 mill oon, o~r02mi 1e


MARIJUANA Thirteen
p dseach con anin 10
taken to the Magistrate's Court
nse da saftera on as exN b t
Miami residents. Det. Robinson,
and Const. Ferguson, (second
and third from left) took part
in recovering the bags from
Williams Cay, Andros, on
~March 7, and arresting the two
men.





TO PAY FIRST





NEXT WEEK

PRINCE CHARLES, heir to
the British throne, is to pay his
first visit to the Bahamas when
the Royal Navy frigate
MINERVA puts in at Freeport
on Wednesday, March 21 for a
routine visit.
The Prince is serving as a
sub-lieutenant aboard the
Minerva, which is presenitly on
six months patrol of the
Caribbean. The ship is
expected to remain at Freeport
until March 29 when it will sail
for an undisclosed destination.
It is not expected in Nassau "in
the immediate future" a
sp kesman saiokd '
It is understood, however,
that it will not be going to
Bermuda "in the immediate
future. Bermuda was the
frigate's first port-of-call when
it sailed from Plymnouth,
Eingland on F:ebruary 12.
Prince C'harles joined the
Minerva after preLv~(Ios
ex perience in t he
guided-missile destroyer H.M.S.
Norfolk and the Minesweecper
H.M.S. Glasserton.
SAME: DUITI'S
thDuring his time in Mineva

art ies rt king otnget sm


eprece, a Baals
said today
A Joint Services spokesman
said no special arrangements
are being made for Princ~e
C`harles while he is at F~reepor-t
There have been reports thiat
the Bahamnas has asked that tle
Prince serve as the Royal
Family's representative at the
Independence dlay cele~brationis
July 10.
There has bee n official
statement fro~m government'
however, as to whomi will

\tth le in F~ree ort H.M.S
IMinerva will carry out a
se~lf-maintenance programme
before continuing her patrol
through Bahamnian waters. The
Mlnerva has been in Barbados
recently for "British Weeok"
tlihwasa opened hbe Prin ess
Wales.
VISITORS
It is expected the ship will
be open to visitors fromt 2 to 5
p.in on Satu day, Maueh e ier

C'ass fr gate. is un~der the
commanM o Co!mma~nder J.
;arniier, 00.
I'e 2,80 ton vessel is
e~q pped with one twin 4.5
ineh gun turret, two 401nn
Bfrs and two 20mnn:
Oclknat-aircra t guns, and
Seaca sSguided anti-aircraft
missils Se also carries a Wasp
hel cop .
?`h offs company consists
af ~ ficers and 240 ratings,
inclu ing a detachment of
Royal Marines.


By SIDNEY DORSETT
out to be a nightmare," commented Richard Thurlow, a former U.S.


"THIS IS ONE FISHING TRIP that turned


Navy serviceman, who with Steven Smith, was arrested March 7 at Williams Cay, Andros, and charged with
possessing indian Hemrp.


Thurlow, 26, a charter-boat
guide with a Miami-based
fishing tour company and his
friend Smith, also 26, both
pleaded not guilty to the
charge of having "a quantity of
Indian Hlemp" in their
possession. Both men are from
the North Miami area. Brought
'before Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay Friday, they were
refused bail on the grounds
that they might abscond.
Appearing for the men,
attorney Henry Bostwick
Friday objected and asked for
an early hearing if his clients
could not have bail. .The
hearing was set for yesterday.
apprehended by two Bahamian
detectives --Sgt. 394
Emmanuel Robinson and
SConst. 446 Leander Ferguson
--with the help of three
unidentified American law
enforcement officers,
They were brought to
Nassau aboard their $12,000
speed-boat, owned by the
company for which Thurlow is
employed. Also making the
passage were the unidentified
"agents" the two detectives
and thirteen bags of marijuana
weghn 600-pounds. They
were packed in 100-pound
plastic bags.
ON INFORMATION
Sgt. Robinson and Const.
Ferguson told the court
Tuesday that they went to the
cay after receiving certain
information and found 13
plastic sacks of Indian Hemp
under a buttonwood tree. They
were covered with transparent
plastic and broken tree
branches, and not too far away
was a white plastic bottle
mounted on the end of a stick
protruding from the ground.
The policemen said they had
stayed on the island during the
night of March 6. There was a

dai 'tr 1ui taeR nih.I


sedba !no e ono th

hour."
I~e sent C'onst. Ferguson to
"check out the northern end
of the cay and see if the boat
had moored. This was at 9:45
ortihe si adding that
F~ergus n came back "am.
Robinson said he saw
Thurlow approaching from the
northern end of the cay and
saw him run toward the white
plastic bottle then head for the
tree. he ater mad etwo trips
from the tree to th oat,
passn ttwoD sck sooh mainanna
They camne out of de bushes
and told the accused to put
their hands up and then
arrested them, he sai .
lie said Thurlow told him he
was going to drop the bags of
niaanjuan int t the sea oue of
boat would come fro Miam'
to collect them. Throw, he
said, told him their boat was
owned by the "man who sent
himorIETC PLANE
lie also said Smith told hini
that they were fishing the
previous night and after seeing
an airplane fly over the cay
several tlnmes, decided to check
it out to see if it had dropped
something
An outburst from Smith
during the testimony of Const.
F~erguson caused the magistrate
to caution himi about his
behaviour. Smiith said Ferguson
was a liar for saying it was only
the detectives who placed the
other eleven bags of marijuana


aboard the boat. Hie later
apologised to the magistrate
for the outburst.
Yesterday, Mr. Bostwick, in
a submissioA to the magistrate
said that the "charge is
unlawfully possessing a
quantity of marijuana. I don t
know if from the evidence
given the prosecution is still
seriously contending that the
accused were in possession of
all of it.
"There is no evidence that
the accused possessed the
marijuana other than what the
police found in the boat, and
following that. sir, I say we
don't know what was inside
the boat."
Looking at the thirteen bags
of marijuana, which filled the
air with its aroma, Mr.
Bostwick said he was merely
saying his clients were not in
possession of the bags that
were not already in the boat at
the time of their arrest.
"And, if that argument is
valid, there is no difference
between the marijuana
exhibited and the bags that
were in the boat," he said,
noting that no effort had been
made for separating them.
It would not be in order for
the court to go into finding out
which bags were the ontes
found inside the boat after the
prosecution had already closed
its case without bringing that
out, he said.
Public analyst Rupert
Watkins, also a witness at
yesterday's hearing, told the
court that on March 12 he
examined samples of the plant
material taken from the
thirteen bags and found the
contents to be marijuana.
The case has been adjourned
to Friday.


10Pf plH~ll 10f



A SE VE N-MEM BE R
coroner's jury headed by
foreman Sidney Wilson, this
afternoon found that
contractor Vernon G;. Collie
and ex-policeman Leonard
'Taylor were responsible for the
death of James Evans "by
negl ige nce '
T'he body of Evans, a Fox
Ilill landscaper, was found
"burned beyond recognition
in a back bedroom of Mr.
Taylor's seven-room house on
Madeira Street on September
8, 1972. The Taylor house was
gutted by fire. Mr. Taylor was
not at home at the time.
The jury had been told the
house was insured for $48,000.
its finding today was that
"Mr. Collie and Mr. Taylor are
responsible for the death of the
deceased Jamnes Evans by
ne e o3 vote in favour of
"manslatughte~r by negligence',
came after a 40-minute
deliberation,
JESSE PRITCHARD DIES
FUNERKAL services for Mrs
Jessie Pritchard, 82, who died
yesterday at the G~raham Estate
home of her son, will be held 4
p~m Thuirsday at Calvary Bible
C'hurc~h, Co~llins Avenue.
Interment will follow in
libenete~r C'emetery, Shirley
Street. The Rev. David Cole
will officiate. assisted by Jasiel
Thomnpson.
She is survived by three
sons. including Radio Bahamas
personality Don Pritchard.
one daughter. IS grand
children and s even
g~reat-grandchildren.


VeSCO CfSSIOS Ill-WIII


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FORMER IOS CHAIRMAN ROBERT VESCO a~ppars to have
created a flood of ill-will following his recent visit to Costa Rica
where hie says hie plans to settle.


Mlr. Ves~co,, a director rf
Ba h amIas ('ommn to nwealth
Bank, has beenl accused In a
civil suit by~ the~ U.S. Securities
of liXes..seC ('mn..... o
helpine to, defrauld $224
million from investors in four
mutual funds under his
control
TIhe Mliami lierald reported
Sunday that the 37-year-old
Americani financier flew to San
lose last week to reassure
('osta Ricans tha3t he is a
"'law-abiding citizen."
However he also said he was
wary of c~riticismn of his
world-wide financial activities
and that he would no longer
tolerate the continuedd abuse
of miy name as a grind to the
political ax of my detractors.
At a press conference he
told journalists that he would
like to "punch in the nose"
those who "unfairly" level
criticismns.
Herald writer Joe Phillips
said local politicans and
newsmen reacted almost
immediately to what they
considered as "threats," and
San Jose's most influential
newspaper, La Nacion,
declared in an editorial that
Vesco was trying to operate
under Teddy Roosevelt's
outdated "big stick policy."
LIKE~ CHILDREN
"That's all we needed," said
the editorial. "le just satthere
and spoke to us as if we were
children."
La Nucion said local
newspapers have done nothing
In ore than report on
information already printed In
the U.S. It said that "for this
he threatens to sure fo~r lihel."
Costa Rica Deputy Rafael


Valludares. president of the
National Asse~mbly committee
investigating mutual funds
activities In Costa Rica. told
,,,.,,,,s tatVes~' e ats (..,
broken noses recalled for him
Chicago in the 1930s.
Valladeres added that a
suggestion by Veso that
congressional inuinunity be
lifted from several deputies
opposed to his activities "can
only be classified as a threat
tinted with anger."
Deputy G~enaro Vatlverde. a
member of President Jose
FI gueres' National Liberal
I'arty, said that Vesco "Intends
to make us believe that the
SE-C is an unimportant
or ganiza tion t hat is
unscrupulously trying to
defame himn because its
investigators are envious "
Vesco, who told reporters he
had invested $2,5 million in
Costa Rica and might invest
$25 million more, reportedly
said he will return to C'osta
Rica to testify before the
investigating commnittee.
President Figueres, who
defended the former head of
IOS when news of the S1:(
civil suit was released, said
Vesco should not have reacted
that way since the only thlung
published in C:osta Kica was
what had been published
elsewhere. except for c~ertarn
purely political editorials.
Raul I spinoza. a spokesman
for Vesco. denied the
statemennts attributed to the
Amnerican. 11< said the current
controversy was sparked by
distortion In the translation
from E~nghsh to spanish of
Vesco's press conference


CHARGED Richard Thurlow, 26, (left), an ex-U.S.
Navy se)rytesman, and his friend Ste.*en Smith, 26, of North
;CioM y ar u dit t AWhtiam'sH c2p.n ;hlgdo a
the charges opened in the Magistrate's Court yesterday
Photo: Philip Symonette "


PSFOHIS Of killlapped Itally


IISCk iR Ftaeper t for hear ing
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT SPENCER have returned to
Freeport to testify at the preliminary inquiry into charges that a
policeman and an ex-policeman kidnapped their daughter,


Andrea, 4V2, on February 15.


OIC CSEE 2




AT SHA 0
FREEPORT police are
looking for "two specific men
we felcan hep us in our
investigations" of tthhe SMarch 2

eel C ab kind Freeport,t where

"it :bou c70 in casho

for but we haven't found them
yet "
Two men armed with pistols
entered the Shannon
paymaster's office at about 2
p.m. March 2, and took about
half the pay envelopes for the
company's 85 employees.
A third man waited to drive
the getaway car, a vehicle
stolen earlier the same day.
The car has not yet been
recovered.

Kaifepoint ro~bbery


MRS. BARBARA George
and her husband, American
guests at the Indies House in
Freeport, were held at
kniife-point ait about 12:40
a.m. Monday by a man who
deman td mlode larsa ca

Mrs. George was alone in the
room when the robber
knocked on the door. She
opened the door. Her husband,

r trne hato btehee r roou. T n
robber held both at knife-point
and demanded their money
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Mr. Spencer, former general
manager of the Royal Bank of
Canada in Freeport, was in the
witness box for four hours on
Monday. Also giving evidence
during the first day of the
hearing were two of the three
Americans who found Andrea
wandering in the bush in the
remote Pine Ridge area of
Grand Bahama on February 17
thirty-nine hours after she had
ceen snatched fomk nera ho

attempt ed extortion, burglary



kidnapping are policeman
Spurgeon Dames, 24 and Leroy
McLean, 35, former headl of
the vice squad in Freeport.
Magistrate K en neth
McAlister is hearing testimony
to determine whether there is
sufficient evidence to commit
the two for trial in the
Supreme Court.
They are represented in the
Pl by attorney Randol Fawkes.
The hearing continued all
Monday, and more evidence
was scheduled to be heard this
afternoon. There was no
hearing in the case on Tuesday
or this morning.
The case is expected to
continue Thursday afternoon,
and again all day Friday, when
Mr. McAlister is expected to
hand down his decision,
it is understood that about
tle witnesses are expected to
The Spencer family
Robert, the father, Joan, the
mother Andrea, the kidnap
victim, and four-month-old
Robert Jr. left thh* Bahamas on
Ceruary 1 te dy a ter
Andrea was foundl and
returned to her parents
suffering from exposure and
rope burns. Only the parents
hawe retuned for the
preliminary inquiry.
DIES IN KEY WEST
MRS. SARA Johnison
Bethel, 89, a resident of
Coconut G;rove since 1913
died at her homie on
Wednesday. Born in Hiarbour
Island, she went to Key West as
aI child,


MiSmi 100gShof8meH fiRSII $1,000 for


VIOl8tlHg COut Oflef 10 IIft DO COtt

By MIKE LOTHI AN
TH E BOYC'OTT OF BAHAMIAN SHIPPING by Miami Longshoremen to back demands for the
release of three Cuban-Americans imprisoned in Nassau for poaching ended Friday when a second
court order against the continuance of the boycott was issued, Miami union president Cleveland
Turner told The Tribune today.


Tfhe effects of thle boycott
on shipping arriving in the
Bahamas was still being felt
over the weekend, Mlr. Turner
explained, because the shiips
involved left Miamni before the
court order wais made.
?`h e Inter naIi o nal
Longshoremcn's A\ssociation
began its boycolt refusing to
loadr or off-load any vessel
going to or arriving fromi the
Bahlamas on March1.
The next day, Mr. T'umrnr
said, shipping agents wo~n an
i ljunctlion, isse dby tk J

ordering the longshoremen to
end their boycott. as there was
no labour dispute involved.
However, the boycott in
effect continued when a
Iunumbe of fishermen, affiliated
with the ILA, began pickecting
liahumias-hound ships.
RE~FUSAL
The longshoremlen refused
to cross the picket lines to
work with the ships' cargoes.
Last Friday, however, Judge
A~tkins ruled that the fishermen
were in legal terms not
pic ketin g, bu t ~n ly
demnonstrating. Hie ordered the
longshoremen not to respect
the demonstrations, and fined
the union 51,000 for violating
a court order.


T`he union is appealing that
decision tor higher courts, but
accordingly to Mr. Tlurnecr, since
Friday the longshoremien have
be~en refusing to respect the
demrlonstratc~ ins and have been
doingr their work.
in addition, Mr. Turner said,
the demonstrating fishermen
have not picketed since
Sunday.
Mr. Inne~r on Mlonday of
thiis week told The tribune the
boycottl would end on
Tuesday. Hie extplainedl this
utoningwe aI( iaharnx s ound

Monday, and what he meant
was that the longshoremen
would be working aboard
vessels due in on T'ueslay.
While all that was going on
the conthet preached another
level.
T`he day the boycott
began ILA president ~Thomas
Gleason sent a teleguram to the
Bah a ma s o ve rnment
requesting the release of the
imprisoned fishermen as a
humanitariann gesture."
Government flatly refused
the request, po~inting out that
'the three fishermen and 16
others were appealing! their
convictions, and any
Government interference in the
judicial process would be


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Vietnamese sources.
Chanh, the sources said, was
dragged back to the
Communist ranks, then taken
to a line of nearby rubber
trees. He emerged 20 minutes
later, and using a hand-held
loudspeaker, denounced with
profanities the Saigon
governme nt.
DISAGREED
Lt. Col. Bui Tin, official
spokesman for the North
Vietnamese, disagreed entirely
with the South Vietnamese
account.
He said only one prisoner
was involved in the incident,
but did not know his name.
"One of our prisoners last
night, all through the night,
was subjected to propaganda
and beatings by a colonel of
the Republic of Vietnam at
Phu Quoc (island prison.) They
tried to force him to stay in
the Republic of Vietnam camp
by promising him money and a
happy life," Bui Tin said.
He continued: "When they
descended from the aircraft at
Loc Ninh, the military police
again tried to threaten our
comrade. There was some
jostling between the MPs and
several of the prisoners."
After that flareup, Tin said,
"the comrade told his case to a
team from the ICCS. He said
that he was propagandized and
threatened a lot and that the
colonel had hit him very hard.
"In front of the ICCS team
and the Republic of Vietnam
officers he said that he wanted
to stay with the provisional
revolutionary government and
that his decision was made of
his own free will," Tin said.
The Communist spokesman
said the incident was a
propaganda show. "It was
staged and an avaricious scene
--- 90mpletely wicked."
According to other sources,
the incident suspended the
POW exchange for about two
hours before it was resumed
and completed.

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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
(AP) Britain's Princess Margaret
has officially launched "British
:::::..=.":-:e t hud be hd i
Bridgetown because it reflected the
strong trade relations between the
two countries.
SPrincess Mar aret, whoorfewti
ceremony, said it was the first
CBrir sh Week ever to be held in the
The brief ceremony was held at
Brelays Bank in thetheart of the
Union Jacks fluttered from
surrounding buildings and curious
spectators Jammed every vantage
eein a get a slimpse of the
Prime Minister Errol Barrow said
British Week came 40 days after the
United Kingdom had entered the
Euro ean Economic Community
The fact that the United
Kingdom government was still
interested in fostering and
deveoping trade wkthbdhe former
chat traditional ties would nmtb
submerged in the EEC.
The Prime Minister noted
although Britain had entered the
EEC it did not awan tat Barbaodos
Asking why an independent
Barbados should be holding a
British Week, Barrow said
"although we are independent, we
"dvenot forgotten the bcmdtsothat
described as the Mother Country."
But he added, Britain knows she
will have tohcompt with other
coun ais in th ol.
Following the ceremony.
Ph ns rets and Ispece Aiply ou
British goods in many shops. Many
aspects of British life and culture
have been introduced to mark what
stivaPrincess described as 'this
British bobby P.C. Ian Glen of
Nottingham, stood guard with a
Barbados colleague at the
ceremony.


U LBERAL LEADER WEDS INENGLAND
LONDON (AP)-Jeremy Tholrpe, leader of Britain's Libetrl Party,
.mandled Marion Lady Harewood, former wife of a cousin of Queen
SElizabeth II, at la ndon register office. Wednesday. The couple lef lta I
It was the second marriage for both. Thorpe's first wife, an art expert*
was killed in 1970 at the age of 32 in a crt cash. They had one son.
Lady Harewood, 46, was the former Marton Stein, a concert pianist of
Butrt M thr ,in. 19 .d voced the3Earl of Harewood, 18th In hie to
Lady Harewood's three sons and Thorpe's three-year-old son attended
th we ding A ih was followed by holy communion in Faith's Chapel at


BELAST ne)-;Aril A mbers strc Akgain in Belfast, Northem
Ireland today in the shadow of City Hall. The bomb caused widespread
damage in the capital's commercial center. The bomb wrecked a greetings
card shop opposite City Hall and blasted out windows in the city's main
aqaen lThe bomb re otely was planted in the clad shop. The area had
Meanwhile, hit-and-run raids by guerrillas reportedly resulted in the
wounding of two men. The condition of the two is reported to be
satisfactory .
WOUNDED KNEE NOW OCCUPIED FOR TWO WEEKS
WOUND)ED KNEE, SOUTH DAKOTA (AP)--federal officials and
Indians occupying Wounded Knee are to continue their negotiations in
South Dakota today. Assistant U.S. Attorney General Harlington Wood
mkul te ainnoun ement, and he adds: "There will be no move to take
Meanwhile, the Oglala Sloux tribal council which governs the
reservation has passed a resolution asking that all non-tribesmen be
removed from the reservation. The council also approved a resolution
Myig teeAmneria IdatlMovementA wI bedhekI responsible for allb ce"
occupying Wounded Knee for two weeks.
FOURTH GROUP OF POWs FLOWN IN
CLARK AIR BASE, PHILIPPINES (AP)--Amterican hospital planes have
flown the fourth group of released American prisoners to Clark Air Base in
ORe YiipnSA h three planes carried 108 freed prisoners. (* SEE
US. WITHDRAWALS TEMPORARILY RESUMED
fr Iosf !A'-h U.S a t to ay tmeoal rsed me etroop withn aw l
North Vietnam. A military spokesman say phase three of both the prisoner
retapriations and the troop withdrawals will be completed by week's end.
Am rcan toha ditdra alsC mi hot bgi unti tehy waetur dp oe t
list and fixed the date for the last group of U.S. prisoners scheduled for
nreese. U.S. officials say this is to insure that allI American prisoners will be
returned.
MOVE CAUSES ORGANIZATIONAL HEADACHES
PANAMA CITY, MARCH 14 (AP')-Simple logistics of moving the
United Nations Security Council to Panama City for the unprecedented
meeting which opens Thursday has caused organizational headaches for
U.N. staffers and Panmanism hosts.
anNever beforeohns Security Council meeting twen held in Ltin Anwdu a
facilities existed.
Only four times has the Council met outside its headquarters since
moving to New York. Twice in the early post-war years it met in Paris
dai bhea hcn oplAlmal owa mftn the a ed last year it met in
The meeting in Panama, which by Security Council resolution must end
on March 21, is going to cost at least 92,000 dollars more than a Security
Couni metinglwould cost in New York headquarters. Panama will pick
More than I80 U.N. employees had to be flown into Panama to handle
all the chores related to a Security Council meeting. These include
translation, transcription, secretarial, protocol and press employees.
DEAN WILL NOT TESTIFY
WASHINGTON (AP)- Subpoenas have been issued for White House
Counsel John Dean and six other present or former aldminstrartion officials
to testify about the financing of President Nixon's reflection campaign.
They weted ed in a lawsuit being brought by costmon cause to force

LC Ther has been no iammdiate reaction from the White House although
Nixon has said he would not let Dean testifyi at any Congressioaol hearings.
iltllwlrr, seteral campaign and former White House official have testified
camcowr proceednt. mThe adton y federal election law.
NIXON SEEKS TOUGH ANTI-CRIME MEASURES.
Nix ns dahT paltA poosl wIl betiore oaful Io ft inl rfthd t
supreme court capital punishment ruling. They said Nixon and aides gatve
them a full briefing on the anti-crime message going to Congress tomorrow.
Senate Republican Leader Hugm Scott mi Nxon would limit the ,:::
hijackingeand kidnapping. (*SEE STORY THIS PAGE) *


By Donald Forbes


shdl a new round o
crippling 24-hour strikes in

a vrnmn' as ti- Tfa ionthe
pay and price hike curbs
The drivers, who have
already caused three complete
one-day closures of the
state-owned national ralilroad
system, said also they would go
on with daily go-slows which
have caused commuter chaos in
London and other major cities.
The rail disruption is only
part of a campaign by low-paid
workers who are fighting the
wage ceilings in the
Conservative government's
latest range of economic
measures.
Go-slows and strikes are also
being staged by hospital
ancilliary workers, such as
porters and cooks, civil
servants, teachers and gas men.
Under the government's
Nixon-style curbs on pay and
price increases, wage hikes are
limited to one pound about
2.50 dollars plus four per
cent of base pay per week.
Militant labour unions claim
this is not enough for low-paid
workers to pace with price
inflation currently running
close to 12 per cent a year in
Britain.
The railroad drivers decided
on 24-hour strikes for Sunday
and Thursday next week
despite a warning by health
minister Sir Keith Joseph that
the government would not
surrender.
Joseph said in a statement:
"There will be no special
settlement because a special
**ttlement could wreck
through repercussions with
other unions, the prospect of
abating inflation."
OTHERS WAIT
Auto and coal mine workers
are also waiting in the wings
with large pay claims.
The unions involved in
industrial action are sustained
however by the memory of
government capitulation last
year to big pay demands from
the mine workers and railmen
following damaging and
prolonged strikes.
Those victories have eroded
public confidence in the
government's ability to enforce
its latest curbs.
There are signs that some
hospital and gas workers may
decide to return to work but
many remain opposed to any
settlement which would limit
thei I7 py raisesbto aro~u

dollars a week.
Victor Feather, general
secretary of the Trades Union
Congress, the umbrella
ogan ztin adr the nation's
10 mllio trae union ts,
appealed Tuesday for a new
partnership between the
unions, industry and the
government in working out
economic policy.
Feather denied major
industries were being disrupted
.y .. hadu fmlts an
said. "We are seeking
co -operation not
confrontation."







ERIE,dPA. (AP)- Paul E. Gilly,
nurders of mntd mane Worker
(UMW) Insurgesnt Joseph A. "Jock"
Yablonski and his wife and
daughter, testified Tuesday that
aothe rdsefendant iprthe dcase old
"Tony" anyle was behind the
slayins.
Gilly, 38, sentenced to die, in the
elcri huij eter henwe sanwicte
was a surprise prosecution witness
in the trial here of W1111am J. Prtatr,
one of seven persons arrested in the
kil ly tol tae court of a meeting
he had with Prater prior to the
murders, committed on New Year's
Eve 1969.


Yablonski wasr trying to brealk and
srlio f nd," Ill arn eralw i
"And did he say who wanted

"Yar uski kIlold illly. Sarague
Boyle. I was told by Mr. Prster that
Tony Boyle personally said my
father would get this pension check
starting Sept. 1, provided I would
a bonstro he hot and kil ed "Mr
Boyle has vehemently denied any
link with the murders, and
appeared voluntarily before a
neeeI gand tjurt in Y~tsburgh in
Borle defeated Yablonski for the
union pnresdency in a bitterly
fought contest~ in Decemnber of
1W969 He was defeated in January
byAnmoldMh l In ncourt-ordered
Plato Cachurls. Bo) le's tattrny,
rreahed by telephone at his office
Iny Wrrn lll D.C., dismissed


prisoners switching

SAIGON (AP)- Twvo Communist prisoners of war taken to
Loc Nink Tuesday for repatriation said they wanted to nremin
with the South Vietnamese. One did, inst the other finally crossed
over to his waiting comradesr.


South Vietnamese and
Communist sources offered
different versions of what
actually happened at the
prisoner exchange site only 60
miles north of Saigon.
Members of the
International Commission of
Control and Supervision and
the four-party Joint Military
Commission, which oversees
POW exchanges, were not
available immediately for
comment.
According to South
Vietnamese field sources,
Thach Phen, 29, and
41-year-old Nguyen Van
Chanh, had expressed their
desire to South Vietnamese
military policemen at the
exchange site to remain on the
Saigon side.
The South Vietnamese said
the prisoners' plea was
overhead by fellow Communist
prisoners, and when Phen and
Chanh broke ranks to run
toward the JMC and ICCS
teams, they were chased by a
group of POWs.
Phen managed to get behind
a cordon of military
policemen, but Chanh was
caught, according to the South


He also asked that stiff new
penalties be set for heroin
traffickers and that the
insanity defense be sharply
restricted.
In a message to Congress,
Nixon talked tough declaring
"the only way to attack crime
in America is the way crime
attacks our people without
pity."
He said his proposed death
penalty statue was carefully
written to overcome a Supreme
Court decision last June ruling
capital punishment
unconstitutional.
Nixon said the court's 5-4
decision hinged on a finding
that the death penalty was
unconstutional "only insofar as
it is applied arbitrarily and
capriciously."
"I believe the best way to
accommodate the reservations
of the court is to authorize the
automatic imposition of the
death penalty where it is
warranted," he said.
His proposal sets this


~prospective criminal would
know "that if a death results
from their crime, they too may
die."
Along with the death
penalty statute, Nixon asked
for immediate Congpresional
approval to slam shut what he
called "an escape .hatch for
those who are responsible for
the menace of drugs."
That escape hatch, he said, is
the present set of federal laws
allowing laxity in sentencing of
heroin and morphine
traffickers.
HARD PENALTIES
His legislation would set
these penalties:
A mandatory sentence of
5 to 15 years "for the first
offense of trafficking in less
than four ounces of a mixture
or substance containing heroin
or morphine ...
A mandatory sentence of
10 years to life for a first
offense in trafficking in four or
more ounces of heroin or
morphine.
A mandatory term of 10
years to life for trafficking in
less than four ounces if the
defendant has a prior felony
narcotic conviction.
Mandatory sentence of
life imprisonment without
parole "for second offenders
who are convicted of
trafficking in more than four
ounces ..."
Nixon said four ounces of
heromn may seem small but
added "that amount s
actually worth 250,000 dollars
and would supply I80 addicts
for a day.
"Anyone selling four or
more ounces cannot be
considered a smalltime
operator," he said.
He said he would propose
lesser penalties which he did
not specify for those
convicted of possessing heroin.
"To be sure that judges
actually apply these tough
sentences," Nixon said, "my
legislation would provide that
these mandatory minimum
sentences cannot be suspended,
nor probation granted.


procedure:
After conviction on a capital
offense, a hearing would be
held to determine if there were
"aggravating factors or
mitigating factors."
INTO CONSIDERATION
If a jury finds there are
mitigating factors-such as "the
youth of the defendant" or the
defendant's mental capacity -
"The death sentence is
prohibited..."
But if the jury finds there
are aggravating factors -
including "the creation of a
grave risk of danger to the
national security or to the life
of another person, or the
killng of another person"
during commission of one of
the list of crimes
"imposition of the death
penalty by the judge would be
mandatory" if no mitigating
factors exists.
"I do not contend that
the death penalty is a panacea
that will cure crime," Nixon
said. But he added that capital
punishment "can be a valuable
deterrent" because the

PR ICE F FFREE


WASHINGTON (AP) The
American war prisoner held
captive longer than any other
U.S. soldier in history is on the
list of 32 which the Viet Cong
said they will free in Hanoi on
Friday.
Maj. Floyd J. Thompson of
New Milford, N.J. was
captured March 26, I 64, in
Quang Tri Province just below
the demilitarized zone. He waa
serving then as a U.S.
advisory with South
Vietnamese forces.
Also among the 27 military
and five civilians being turned
over at Hanoi's Gia Lam
airport is the highest ranking
U.S. civilian official captured
by the Communist. He is Philip
Manhard, 52, a senior career

p98 m hen Cpo uniste frce
sezd the fore iprat
caeial of Hue dum ng tihm T T
offensive.
The lists announced today
by the Pentagon and State
Department also contained
the name of Pfe. Ronald L.
Ridgeway, who was believed
killed in a North Vietnamese
ambush. What was believed to
be his remains and those of
other members of his patrol
were brought back to the
United States and buried four
years ago.
Ridgeway, the Communists
said, was captured Feb. .25,
1968, near the U.S. outpost at
Khe Sank.


NINE CUBAN REFUGEES TAKEN TO KEY WEST
KEY WEST, FLORIDA (AP)-Nine Cuban refugees were found aboard a
Sibld 65too fhing vessel which was towed here Tuesday, U.S. Coast
All ae in good health, a spokesmca said, despite earlier reports that a
Cuban-owned yacht was found Monday night with seven dead aboard. That
s-i spo w terme p rnte ousb a aslpod sadng re don'tcknow th
been flooded with telephone calls about It.
The "Cayo Largo" was found adrift off Fort Myers in international
wle ond y nigh and towed by the Coast G)uard cutter Cape York to
immiaratio tofc ipksa hmdsid. The Cubans were turned over to U.S.

WALLACE SHOWS LITTIT IMPROVEMENT ~
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA ( P) More acupuncture treatments are
urtace for Coy v oGe C. Wma e although th treaty t as~ovefar hav
nesinday. "The governor has experiencedi no noticeable difference in his
condition as a result of the acupuncture, but further treatments are
anticipated," the aide, Billy Joe Camp, said.
Camp said Dr. Ong Sun Chu, an acupuncture specialist from New York,
has visited Wallace on two occasions in Montgomery and administered
acupuncture. The latest treatment was Monday, Camp said.
The acupuncture, the aide said, is an effort to ease some of Wallace's
praor ah~OfRI bLb~ par awye f op, th waist down since he wars


-'a borde, eT~L yh) d eutn i pol torped a~ss l~elc an alt the

Re paintings included one attributed to Raphaerl. The man identitled as
Paris-born Hellis Charlsct Schiss, 42, of G;eneva, was charged with attempted
smuggling of works of art, and released.
I spr thr pluTe t ne of e onet h uls f tartdworks in recent years.
The one many experts believe is by Raphael is a sn ol-srize painting
owjl Italy's St. Nicholas of Tolerntinb standing by two hanged men in a
Yudcpe ~typl~ical h~of dwgetmaster.


y Secretary y Sir Al c
Douglas-Home Monday
sidestepped a Conservative
lawmaker's call for "a really
tough regime" in Bermuda
following the murder of
Governor Sir Richard Sharples
and his aide.
"I have no doubt "
Do gas-Hom td a
Ad iral StormMorgan iles, "the
authorities on the island are
fully aware of the need for
security "
Giles, amid disser k~ing cries
from opposition Labourites in
the House of Commons had
said Britain's best tribute to
the murdered men would be
ati Tn'stitutfe a reiilty tough
regime" in the interests of
Bermudians "so that tourist
traffic is not scared away."
Earlier the Foreign Secretary
told legislators that a
proclamation of a state of
emergency in the Atlantic
island would provide the police
helped by Scotland Yard
investigators with "special
wider powers." He did not
elaborate. The Bermuda
emergency does permiti the
authorities powers of detention
without trial among other
things.
Choosing his words
Douglas-Home insisted there
has been no sign at all of "any



the governor and his aide
Captain Hugh Sayers.
It is, however, known that
holits al agitat nn in tpheoisland
period although not to an
extent that has caused the
British to worry much about
Bermudian stability.
Labourites and Liberals
joined with the Conservative
government in paying tribute
to Sharples who had been a
Tory lawmaker before his
ass isnment to the
governorship.
James Callaghan, Labourite

om annwea thor na t t rsd
observed "this outrage would
have cast a shadow over all
races and colours" in Bermuda.


LONDON (AP)- The price
of free gold tumbled- in
European markets Tuesday
following reports that some
state banks, including the U.S.
Federal Reserve System, were
preparing to sell some of the
bullion backing their
Currencies
A spokesman for the Bank
of England, however, said he
knew nothing about such a
move by te centa bns an
could not comment on the
reports which he said were
coming from Frankfurt.
Reports of impending sales
sent the free market price of
gold plunging six dollars in
London to 75.50 dollars an
ounce from the morning fixing
level of 81.50 dollars an ounrce. ~
The reports came almost five
years after gold dealings were
divided into two sectors by
leading monetary powers.
Official holdings of monetary
gold were restricted to trading
between governments at a
fixed price which has been
42.21- dollars an ounce since
the Feb. 12 devaluation of the
dollar,
Gold for dentists, industry
and hoarders Is traded on free
markets according to the laws
of supply and demand. The
two biggest markets of this



to- the Frankfurt reports. After
the initial plunge in London*
the. price of the metal
reco cred ro7s8.50 dollars an


itffected on the London stock
exchange and losses of 10
pence or more were recorded.
The U.'S. dollar, meanwhile*
continued to strengthen in
bank-to-bank trading as sgns
emerged that speculators were
reaping the profits of weeks of
selling the American money
short.
Later a spokesman for the
West Gterman central bank
deido ads gl osal reporl2
adding that he had no
kn wedge how the story


Whe Grthur


Webdnsesda, Mar~ch 14, 19713.


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IN I1.K. VITE Conflicting reports 'JN:~jla


peBalty for spying, MilE STRIKES about Communist


Kidnap &~ hyjackng

by Gylord Shaw
WASHING;TON (AP) Preident Nixon rc Coqpeas
Wednesday to speedily restor the death penalty for treason
sabotage and espionae Pand for kkhaspping and hiackidng seas t
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Britain when Jamaica went into independence. Why not Abac~o?
**2********
The other day someone wrote an article in The Tnbribune on
Jamaica. It was favourable to the present government of that
small nation.
Now that I am no longer in close contact with the operation of
iTh re7bune 1 have nwr ieea sf thwrlotee the aticls. a t nt

SJa maican business man, for whose opinion I have always
held a high regard, commented on that article when I saw hun a1
few days ago.
"It's tragic what's happening to the Bahamnas," he said. "We in
Jamaica have had ten years of it ... and it's now reaching its worst

sta e Prime Minister of Jamaica has himself declared that the
growth of crime in the island must be checked or the tourist
business will be in great jeopardy.
Have you noticed .... crime is increasing in Nassau and in
Freeport at an alarming rate?
*****s*****
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
There can be no freedom without discipline.
DUPUCH1


Wednesday, March 14, 1973.


1


NvLn.Ixs Aooe~irus JvURAE IN VzaaA MlAurrm
Being Bound To Swear To The Dotmas Of No Masrter
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor l 903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.LItt.. LL.D.
At"ir"Aldkal I 9172
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pubidser/lEditorl972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


NORMAN SOLOMON
DFNM-St. C~eorgemornai
directed a series of searching
questions on the activities of
the Produce Exchange on
Potters Cay to Development
Minister Carlton E. Francis.
Tabled mn the House today,
the questions asked!
"As of March 1, 1973, the
Produce Exchange at Potters
Cay was not issuing recipts da
goods received. When will
your Ministry provide farmers
who deposit produce and
hampers at the Produce
Ex change with itemnised
receipts for their property and
produce?
"Is your Ministry agreeable
Exchae eto eit re payfro uc
hampers left with them within
seven days of receipt or to
exchange them for hampers in
equally good condition
immediately upon receipt? If

nFotFhyh many weeks has
your Ministry been unable to
supl toampr or bushel
"For how many weeks has
your Ministry been unable to
supply sacks of fertilizer to


farmers?

the Pon cea Exe ge farmers who have delivered
produce in hampers and who
have not been paid for them
and who have not had them
returned or replaced?
"Why did a ranking member
of your staff tell me that an
order for hampers had been
outstanding for over three
weeks when no suC ch rder had
been placed?'
Bearing in mind that your
Ministry was unable to supply
farmers with hamipers in
January, why was no purchase
order for same made out
before February 9. 197371
"Why did this purchase
oder not leave Nassau until

"Was the real reason for the
dearth of hampers. and your
failure to order some
promptly, inefficiency or lack
of finance? And, if neither
inefficiency nor lack of finance
was responsible, what was.?"


By ETIENNE DUIPUCH
I RECEIVE letters from many people abroad I have never met.
They seem to feel that they know me through reading this
column.
One of my most interesting correspondents is Kenneth T. Roth
of York, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Roth has been subscribing to The Tribune for a long time.
mDun sthe las ie ngas o e hs been wrin ato nkH sng
interest me, especially news reports of events in the West Indies
that seem to have some bearing on trends in the Bahamas.
He also sends me a greeting card on my birthday.
********+**


GUeStS Of Pan American
A GROUP OF ST. ANNE'S STUDENTS, accompanied
by their deputy headmistress, Mrs. Audrey Evans, and staff
member Mrs. Julia Bain, recently visited Rock Sound,
Eleuthera as the guests of Pan American Airways. The
students t ured some of the surrounding settlements and


RUNS ON JELLY BEANS
SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
(AP) --If jelly beans go, so*
goes California
Gov. Ronald Reagan has
jelly beans stashed all over the
statehouse as a substitute for
ciegaret ie 1contintiind a s b

"Once you get on jelly
beans, you never outgrow
them," confessed the
62-year-old G;overnor, who
keeps 10 pound boxes of the
st rdo in reserve in a
"State government in
California runs cm jelly eb n ,

out of jelly beans well,
don't know how this state
would function."

TAKE THAT, WOMEN'S LIB
TOKYO (AP) -- low now,
women's lib?'
Miyo Nakamote was forced
to retire as a clerical worker in
1969 abt the atghe oma5n, atv

retirement age for men. She
sued and lost in a ruling her
husband called "antiquated in
this age of women's lib."
conh apehl dthet Tokyoohig nh
decision. It said the earlier
retirement age for women was
no discriminatory since it was

differentiation but on the fact
that women's psychological
functions are inferior to
men's."

ALL THE WAY, IF --
JERUSALEM (AP) All
the way with Moshe Dyan!
isThe Israeli defense miist
tion minister Shimon Peres'
choice for Premier provided
Golda Meir resigns this year.
He has launched a "Dayan for
Premier" campaign.
Mrs. Meir, 74, has
threatened to resign, but her
labour party has asked her to
stay on until after the f~all
elections.

Dy ha e bee ecls fried

il DyniT tchoiel to foreign
Premier.


him with only a dime in his
pocket and the clothes on his
h~ac~k. Stolenl w~ere his travellers
Lfchc~ks. passport, transatlantic
air eikethand luggage
"lv een around the world
'ru Itimeswtely 11 e Mai
befo~re.' said Walk~r. as; he set
about replacing his lost
essentials. "I heard crime in
Amecrica ha~d go~tten~ had but I
n e ver mar ;gi n td t hi s
happening.


FREE EXERCISE
CORONADO, CALIF. (AP)
War, it is conceded can do
str age t ings to a maneasi

North Vietnamese prison
camp, Navy Capt. Harry
Jenkins wife ;Marjorie says he
now does psushups and situps
upon arisirgrind te mor nen
she obsenrvd.


This year he sent me a very provocative card. It shows the
beautiful legs of a girl walking away. It presents the back scene up
to the thighs.
The view is framed in an opening in the top cover of the card.
The picture is on the third page, suggesting that there is more to
be seen on the overleaf.
The message on the cover reads: "Don't let anyone tell you
you're getting old, pal .....".
Being young in spirit, of course, you turn the cover to see
what's inside. There you receive this message: "Notice how fast
you opened this card .... Happy birthday!".
yo thi cu In test of I eth, I must be in t t fulebloom o

an thn ng nor o be seen Jaust auar of sadey leg g u Idnt
feel it.
I'm is alive, as alert and as interested in everything that is
happening in the world as I have ever been.
****e***+**
Under the legs Mr. Roth penned this message:
"One who has an eye for beauty will never get old.
Stay oun 9
Keep writnig!"
-. assessesse
A few days earlier I had a letter from the Rt. Hon. Lord
Martonmere from Canada, telling me that Lady Martonmere was
undergoing an operation in Wellesley Hospital in Toronto.
It wasn't anything serious and their many friends will be
pleased to know that she has already been discharged from

hBpt a spoiled their plans to visit Australia and New Zealand.
Instead they are cor.:ing to their home "Star Acres" at Prospect
Ridge in Nassau. They may be there by now.
"We continue to read your leading articles in The Ribune with
great interest," His Lordship wrote. "If you should decide to
discontinue writing, the Press will be lacking a feature of real
interest."
**********
I really do want to stop writing for the Press and I hope to do
so soon. It's a wasted effort in the present state of mind of our
people. They have become blinded to the truth. When enough of
-our people are hurt by the shrinking economy of the islands there
:isw ted argrto naiGod-awful explosion of tempers in the country.
I know I am making a big sacrifice by walking out on my estate
in the Bahamas. But I now feel free .... freer than I have ever felt
in my life. And I can tell you, it's a glorious feeling.
People make an awful mistake by attaching too much
importance to material things.
I now want to devote my time to collecting articles and stories
I have written over the years and compiling them in a book or
two, especially material that is of historic value.
****i***~**

int rean iet ner inawhic h ydiscus ed briel tthe Aaont n fi

birth~d y, 'e w ote.' "et wis es ard mny mr.onyu 4h
"I just finished reading your brother Eugene's letter in the
January 31st Ribune.
"As much as I admire the British government for its sound
democratic principles, its fairness and its unique colonial system
which produced the best infra structure for providing the base for
each colony to grow upon, I must admit that the United

Ktin' sm sossil Iostl any major issue by a general election
rather than a referendum. And what's good for the colonies is
good for Westminster, too.
"If the Tories were to take a referendum tomorrow on entry
:into the Common Market, the British people would vote against
the issue.
S"If hindsight can be accepted, I think the UBP made a big
mistake when, as the Government. they did not ensure that a
*referendum would be the final decision for the independence
:question.
: "Whether or not Mr. Watkins has any success with his legal
fight for Abaco to remain a colony, I'm quite certain that a vast
tnajority of Bahamians are in sympathy with his cause.
:"I'm not suggesting he is right or wrong in this attempt, but
ione only has to look at Mr. Ronald Webster and his island
;Aguilla. I doubt if, today, anyone would suggest that Mr.
ebster was wrong in his attempt to create an island republic of
Ci,000. ,,,4,,

This, of course, is the whole point of the modern movement
into independence by former colonial territories all over the
world.
If a section of the Bahamas wants to break from Britain and
another doesn't .... why shouldn't every group have the right to
self-determination?

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situation may be regarded as different from that of Abaco .... but
it is only a matter of degree.
The Turks and Caicos were allowed to stay as a colony of


"PROOF" and "Specimen"
sets and "Specimen"$S5and52
coins are once again to be
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ro n ty tA utB rt
announced today.

bot eAesu of st wil dconth t
nine coins: $5, $2, SI and 50
cents in silver, 25 cents, 15
cents, 10 cents, 5 cents and I
cent in nickel or alloy.
The price of the Proof set is
being maintained at $35, the
price of the Specimen set will
be $23.75 and the price of the
$5 Specimen coin will be

I should be noted that the
final date for ordering Proof
Sets is March 31 and that for
Specimen Sets and $5
Specimen Coins is April 15, the
PAu ets sould be made to
the Agent in advance. Once all
the orders have been received
andtplae cih te oFranklin
will be minted for the exact
number ordered only.
Any subsequent orders of
Specimen Sets and Coins will
be subject to availability.
The 1973 $2 Flamingo coin
will be available this summer
on Flamingo Day about the

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It's the month of the potato
THIS COULD BE CALLED THE MONTH OF THE POTATO at the Potter's Cay Produce Exchange. White potatoes, sweet
potatoes, yams, eddoes are coming in now regularly.


TH!REARE oads
Yams) and sweet potatoes
ordue Ex ha g. Leao
forr beets, tomatoes,
cabbuag, thyme, coconutst
and pigeon peas.
The rer re lo dried
(Iffm buean, beans, and
pigeon peas.
Place the sweet potatoes in a
serving dish and top each with
an orange slice.


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temporary office, phone 2-4230, and 2. O. Box ES6208.
The Directors of Besco deeply regret any inconvenience
in service and operation due to the recent fire which
totally destroyed the premises and stock.
Payments on account will be received at the old East
Street store, where the records are held.


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FATHER Charles Dolan, a
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reconciliation from M/arch 25
to March 3 1, it was announced


wbdn..ay, Wlec 14, wa7


The terms sweet potato and
yam are used by rolost people
quite indiscriminately but
there is a difference and if you
ask for yams, thinking you'll
get sweet potatoes, you may be
in for a shock.
First of all, they are
botanically unrelated plants.
The sweet potato belongs to
the morning glory and the
yam, to the yam family. Yams
can have white flesh as
' opposed to the orange flpsl of
the sweet potato and they are
me in large I somo;:mes
Both, however, are very
important staples in the tropics
and rank with cassava and
eddoes
Sweet potatoes were
thought at one time to be


shell, bult here are butter, salt and pepper to taste
:hat take the .just and a quarter teaspoon
the mashed. nutmeg. Thin with cream if
or three sweet desired.
holding water until Here is an exotic way to
n, peel and return serve sweet potatoes if you
Dry thoroughly by like rum. Peel and slice six
,an over low heat. cooked sweet potatoes and
dd salt and pepper arrange them in a buttered
little mace, four oven proof serving dish.
butter and three Sprinkle with chopped marron
sherry. Stir well glace (usually available in the
ly add enough gourmet section of the
iake the desired supermarkett. Dot with butter
ieat over a low and sprinkle lightly with sugar
iound in a serving badkde hle paocp es wtw3 an
ook the sweet the surface is browned. Pour
,oiling water until half a cup of heated rum over
n1, peel and dry. the potatoes, ignite and serve
ghly. Add three immediately.
butter and three CASSEROLE
sour cream, salt Another casserole dish calls
,taste. Mound the for sweet potatoes and apples.
an oven proof Cook six sweet potatoes in
dot with butter salted water until tender. Peel
a 400 degree oven and cut into quarter-inch
has browned. slices. Peel and core six small
for pureed sweet apples and cut them into slices.
white potatoes. Alternate layers of sweet
sweet and three potatoes and apples in a
Is in a 425 degree buttered dish. Pour on a cup of
maple syrup. Sprinkle with
,ft. Peel and force cinnamon and nutmeg. Dot
ough a fine food with butter and bake at 350
dd half a cup degrees for 45 minutes until


inferior in food value to white
potatoes but in fact, they
contain more vitamins A and B
than the Irish potato. Also
they have edible leaves
Authorities are poles apart
on where the sweet potato
originated. Some say tropical
America. Others insist on the
Far East. It is known to have
been under cultivation in
Hawaii since 500 A.D. Sir
Francis Drake introduced the
sweet potato to E~ngland from
Virginia in 1580 but where the
plantnactal se wth light of
But let's hope the sweet
potato is here to stay and here
are a few recipes to help
whittle down the crop.
waT a rvthe wmostp momsoin


just plain ma
two recipes t
plain" out of
('ook t wo
potatoes m
tender. D~rair
to the pot. 1
shaking the p
Mash well. A
to taste, a
tablespoons
tablespoons
and gradual
cream to m
thickness. H
imrner and m
Again, cc
potatoes in b
tender. Drair
Mash thorou
tablespoons
tablespoons
and pepper to
potatoes in
serving dish,
and place in
until the top I
This one is
potatoes and
Bake three
white potato
oven until so
the meat thr
chopper. A


well glazed Basteenwitdh te sy hp
bak ng
Oranges go wellwt we
potatoes. For the barbecue, try
this kabob. Cook swee t
potatoes until tender. Peel and
cut into large cubes. Wrap each
cube in bacon and thread them
on skewers alternating with
aroi1 ove t co~as nti I co
is crisp and the orange slices
are slightly browned.
Cook sweet potatoes until
tender. Drain and peel. Cut
into thick slices and arrange in
a baking dish. Cream together
half a cup butter, two
tablespoons each sugar and
orange juice. Add two
teaspoons graded orange rind.
Cover the potatoes with the
sauce and bake at 375 until the
top is browned.
Still with oranges. Bring to a
boil in a saucepan three cups
sugar, two cups water, two
tablespoons butter and half a
teaspoon nutmeg. Boil for five
minutes and add six orange


slices and add three parboiled,
peeled and halved sweet
potatoes. Simmer until tender,


slices a quarter inch thick
Cook until the oranges are
glazed. Remove the orange


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'bAamas hinane Societyl raise


$28~,000 by raffle & Crystal Bal 9



OVER $26,000 WAS RAISED try the Bahamas Humnane Society through the annual raffl sad
the "hig~y succeassfl" Crystal Ball held on Saturday night at the Halcyon Balmoral Bechb Hotel,
a spoesman sabl. r


Wednesday, Mlarch 14, 1973.




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Phoeft 3ue-449/s4s P.O. Box N4922/Nassau.










Martyn Belben & Co. (Bahamas) Ltd. and
Automobile Adjusters Limited wish it to be
known that Lawrence D>onald Black is no
longer employed by either Company and is
not authorised to incur liabilities on behalf of
either Company in any capacity whatsoever.

Signed: VALERIE D. P. BELBEN
Secretary


NOTICE



ESTATE OF THE LATE

OLIVER SINCLAIR HUNTER



~NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claims or demands against the
above-named Estate are reqluested to send the
same duly certified to the undersigned on or
Before the 31st March next.
And Notice is hereby also. given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the
assets of the deceased will be distributed among
the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the Executors shall then
have had notice



HIGGS & JO)HNSON
Attorneys for the Executors














C. W. Sands will sell at the parking lot
immediately to the west of the Dupuch and
Turnquest Building on Shirley Street, on the
30th day of March 1973 at 12:00 Noon the
follOWing property:-
All that piece parcel or lot of land being Lot
'number four (4) in Block Number Four (4) of
the Subdivision called and known as "Village
Estate" Situate on the Eastern Side of Soldier
Rd. in the Eastern District of the Island of
New Providence.
Mortgage dated 25th., November 1966 Maurice
Joseph~ Harvey & Myrtle Francilla Harvey tO
Finance Corporation of Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1063 Pages 408 to 415
file Sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right for the Auctioneer or any person on his
behalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10%/ of the purchase price at time of sale
and balance on completion.
Dated 20th., day of Feb. 1973 A.D.

C. W. SANDS
Public Auctioneer.


Mrs. Victor Horan, was won by
Yen Ferguson of Wulff Road.
The Crystal Ball, highlighted
by the raffle-drawing, had as a
special feature the surprise
appearance of "Lucky" a
stray mare taken in by the
Society after she was found by


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The raffle, drawn during the
Saturday n igh t event,
accounted for over $25,000,
and the ball itself attended by
about 300 guests, raised
another $$1,144
The first prize in the raffle, a
1973 Datsun car donated by


a roadside.
Escorted by Society
inspector Jack Rycroft, Lucky
brought in the main course of
the evening meal, a cartload of
Tenderloin of Beef Wellington.
After the ball she was given
a permanent home by a family
of animal lovers.
The guests at the Crystal
Bl hin luded Ladi Pal lie
who was unable to attend, U.S.
Consul General to the Bahamas
Moncrieff J. Spear and Mrs.
Spear, Tourism Minister
C'!.,nt d.Mayh rd anc MrS
G~ordon Bryce and Lady Bryce.
Lady Paul, Mrs. Spear and
Mrs. Maynard presented the
prizes to the winners of door
prizes.
Organisers of the ball were
chairman Lorrndne Onder onk,

Rosemary Appleyard, Veronica
Adderley, Joyce Poad, Isabelle
Overend and Bette Kenning.
Master of ceremonies was
local veterinarian Dr. Gordon
Leam.
Mrs. Kenning, president of
the Society, was hostess for the


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"SWANS ON THE LAKE"
was the music played by
Bradley Stuart and his
orchestra when these swans,
esotded in by waiters care in
Into the La Chandelle balfroom
Hu ee SoIa CstaBat a
the Halcyon Balmoral Hotel.
The trayful of Ilttle swans was
a part of the menu -
"mere'ngue surprise".


evening.
M usio
Ronnie
Bradley


was provided by
and Ramblers and
Stuart and his


orchestra.







TO CARIBBEANI
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS,
March 13 (AP)--Prime. Minister
Errol Barrow has lashed out at the
rate fixing of the Intetnational Air
Transport Association (IATA) and
said he hoped a regional meeting in
Bridgetown on air fares would draw
up a kind of blue print for
Caribbean governemnts to regulate
fare structures.
Opening the inaugural meeting
Monday of the Caribbean standing
advisory committee on
international airfares and rates,
Barrow toldnsdtelegatts th seio
biggest international cartel in the
wed rcgIA ed it was in the
Interest of airline operators to g~et
.tage nos and nspeeektlto endndnate
any unnecessary losses, but he
could notat agree aribb tn
regarded as a wastepaper basket
wrthrerespect to international
whise in the mid-Atlantic or
trans atlantic or in other sectors
where open competition acted as a
safety valve against IATA's price
fixing mechanism, in the Caribbean,
"we are ignored."
A decrease in rate structures in
the Atlantic, Barrow said, was
frequently attended by automatic
in ueses in te catiobnb anlonBan o
International scheduled airlines had

from the Caribbean as they had
*en with respect to fares in other
parts of the world.
He advanced two reasons, firstly
the scheduled airlines operating to
and from the Caribbean were not
subjected to the same level of
competition from non-scheduled


LADY PAUL, wife of the
Governor Sir John Paul who
was unable to attend Saturdaly
night's Crystal Ball, makes a
gift presentraon to a delighted
winner of the room raffle -
Lady Elizabeth Pnrecott.

carriers as was the case on other
routes.
Cal ben ywer no nrmainig far
and rate proposals as critically as
ta roporasls by eingentoa
airlines would automatically be
accepted.
He also criticized the tendency
of some airlines operating to lanore
the laws of the land and publish
rates and fare structures which had
not been approved by the local air
tgranport licensing authority.


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praised at a very successful FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
one-man exhibition last yearat PEST CONTROL
Toogood's Studio East Bay TROPICAL 2-2157
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"TWINSO~E3VIL" R.
Peter Cushing DennisPrice

"NIGHT OF THE
FOLLOWING DAY" R.
Marlon Brando
Rita Moreno
No one under 1 7 will be adnsitted


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ARRIVED TODAY:
Sunward from Miami; Freeport
from Freeport; Queen
Elizabeth II from Curacao
SAILED TODAY: Queen
Elizabeth II for Port
Everglades; Emerald Seas,
Flavia for Miami; Freeport for
Freeport
ARRIVING; TOMORROW:
Tropic Flyer from West Palm
Beach
SAILING TOMORROW:
Sunward for Miami
TIDES
Higih 3:SO a.m. and 4:19
p.m.
Low 10:19 a.m. and 10:22
p.m.
WEATHER
Wind: Southeasterly 10 to
17 m.p.h.
Westler: Mostly fair
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min tonight 70
Max tomorrow 83.
SUN


no ONvE LIANDER 1:


Wedlneday, Mwch 14, 1W73.


BAHAMIAN artist Alton
Lowe will hold an exhibition
of his paintings in The Victoria
Room of the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel from March 24
through March 27'
-A p19@t dmdwing will be
Frid y, March 2o3na 81 open

tor I's!" puc folo ming that
In this year's collection Mr.
Lowe shows many characters
and historical landmarks
Itnown by all who love the
Bahamas. He hea spent the past
year travelling, sketching and


recording in paint the scenic
villages of the Out islands and
their people.
After completing his art
studies under the late Frank
Reilly and Michael Aviano in

N trned tr Nasa Mout on
sries efone-man shows w hi
over the last three years.
In the past few years Mr.
Lowe has also painted scenes
and people of England, Ireland,
Canada and the United States
as well as his now popular
Bahamian scenes


d(........








Secretary should follow




8y Abig 'IVI)1an BUfen
t rrm k Chicag Tribuse-N. Y. NwsO Sygg., II,
DEAR ABBY: I am a private secretary to a gentleman
who owns a successful business. I like my job and have
been with him for some time.
Recently a young woman has been calling my boss at
least six thnes a day. He seems eager to talk to her as he
has instructed me to put her thru immediately no matter
what. [His wife is told he will return her call when he is
available.)
Sometimes this young woman telephones and leaves an
involved message which I must relay to my boss promptly.
("Call me at 5 p. m. at home and if I am not there, don't
call again, but leave a message on your answering service
where you can be reached after 8 p. m."]
I have other things to do, Abby, without handling this
"affair," and I also find it embarrassing as well as annoy-
ing to be in the middle of it. I am instructed to tell his wife
that he is "tied up" in a conference when I know he is
having a long lunch with this new girl friend. This rubs me
the wrong way.
How do I get out of this bothersome and embarrassing
bind? I like my job and have built up seniority and many
benefits, and don't want to quit. IN THE MIDDLE
DEAR IN: You are paid so handle your boss' telephone
calls, messages and follow his Instructions, so do just that
without sitting in judgment on his personal affairs. If yee
can't fulfill your secretarial duties without feellag that you
are a "party" to something which rubs you the wrong way,
the only alternative is to quit. You certainly can't tell your
boss to choose between you and HER!

DEAR ABBY: May I add my two cents to the hassle
about doctors and nurses calling their elderly patients by

.,::E 1::--evr May --:r ad "ne Ad a dco
expects to be addressed as "DOC'IXR"--never by his first
name; therefore an adult patient should be given the same
courtesy.
I solved that problem recently when I went to see a
doctor I had not seen before. He came bouncing into the
examination room all pep and vinegar, and after glancing
at my card, he said, "And what is bothering FRANCES this
morning?"
I replied, "Nothing very serious, JIMMY!"
After that, I was "MRS." to him and his staff.
GRANDMA [VAN BUREN]
DEAR GRANDMHA: That's what I call giving a doctor a
taste of his own anedicine. Hooray for you!

DEAR ABBY: Someone wrote to you saying she needed
a false fanny, and your answer interested me. Is there
really such a thing on the market? If so, I certainly could
use one. I weigh about eighty pounds and can't seem to
gain. I'd look a lot better in clothes If I had a little some
thing la the back. I don't have any trouble with my front
view because I wear a padded bra, so please let me know
where I can buy one of those false fannies and I will be
forever grateful. SHALPELESS IN HOPE, ARKANSAS
DEAR SHAPELESS: There are ladeed such things ad-
rertised in catalogs. Send me a stamped addressed enve-
lope and I'11 track down the address.

Problenest Yelll feel better if you get Y *R year thet


ALTON LOWE


Matinee 2 & 4:45, Evening
NOMINATED FOR 5
INCLUDING BEST A
"DIANA ROSS HAS TURNED
INTO THIS YEAR'S BLAZING
SNEW MUSICAL ACTRESSI"
--Gene Shali, NBC TV
"A MOVIE DEBUT D'Y
DIANA ROSS THAT IS
REMARKABLE, BOTH
FOR VOICE AND
NERHOMANCEI"


STUNNING




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PARAMOUNT ACTURES CORPOI
SDLPN\A ROSS IN "LA
os~n, BILLY DEE WILUAM
SUGGESTED FOR M
PARENTAL DISI
Reservations not claim
on first come



Maie "'.;'@ ,4.s :rm 2
"I WALK THE LINE" PG.
Gregory Peck
Tuesday Weld

**voU CNT wIN
THEM ALL" PG.
C~harles Bronson
Tony Curtis



LAST DAY
Matinee continuous from 2

MA^****-*


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


AM OS FER GU SO N,
described as the Bahamars' only
true "primitive" artist,
x nhilin h shi, pl n inon
the Pilot House Club.
M orn st isorr t, Exurfm
toihfr itur wit MrsO R
became a house painter and
from there branched out into

ai r intn gs n r a wbo d


Totally without artistic
ttraining, Mr. Ferguson
attributes his natural gift to
G *blical subjects Adam
an Eg arangn*I,otfhe srpent ht
redominate in his work, as
does his joyous reongnition of
His paintings were highly


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12 Street fight
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1 Wraid War II
18.Dinner course
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33. Shoe size


39 Woo sor el

46. King Arthur's
abode
48 lm ing vine
50. Ba h water


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DOWN 5. Minus
6. Italian tiver
L. Wdgeeon 7. Constitutional

DI foa rath li. Nth rlands
o commune
8 9 11 Color
15. Children's
game
1 JSRchants wife

s31eccjie
25. Exclaim
26. Prosecute
27.Ruler
12 29.Peace
31. Idiot
35. Red or
blackfluid


CHICKIE MORNE
RENOWNED) IMPERHSONATou
plus The Mighty Makers
at the Britannia Beach Hotel, Paradise Island
near the Casino

CANTO(IESE DINING from 7p.m.


Sidesy Psitier to


THE ROYAL Bahamas
Police Band will play at the
Prime Minister's birthday ball
from 7:30 p.m. March 23 on
the Pool Deck of the Paradia e
island Hotel and Vla.
Cocktails and hor d'oeuvres
will be served.
Actor Sidney Poitier will b*
master of ceremonies for the
evening. Other entertainment
includes performances by Carl
Brice and the star of the show
Tony McKay, "the Obeah
man." Dancing will be to the
music of Ronnie Butler and his
Ram blers in the Cmown
Ballroom.
The proceeds of the ball are
in aid of the Ranfurly Homes
for Children and the Children's
Emergency Hostel.


MOON
Rises 2: 20 p.m.
Set si 30 s.m.


Rirse 6:23 a.m.
4; 44" -18~P pjlak


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Alto8 L.0W 8' SAGW G Ililit


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OP IW I T



AN ACTRESS PREPARES:
Young Heather Thompson sits
anxiously poised backstage
waiting for her cue, during
rehea rs als for "The
G gingerbread Lady," the
Bahama Drama Circle's play
which opens Thursday at the
Dundas Civic Centre.
In the comedy, written by
American author Neil Simon
and directed by John Hester,
Heather plays a typically
modern teenage girl who after
years of being raised by her
father, now wants to move in
with mom. Mom, meanwhile, is
Jeanne Thompson, a faded pop
singer who has just returned
olhmoliam'drylngo pressn ar
mom's "homecoming" are
Calvin Cooper, "The
Gingerbread Lady's" best
friend and confidant, who is
also an unemployed actor of
the gray persuasion; Sara
H es e t e he ono be t p l

can't manage to solve her own
material hang-ups.
Warren Jones asthe
Gingerbread Lady's no-good
musician ex-lover Lou,
promises to turn the heroine's
Bood resolutions askew, when
he turns up right after her
daughter and wants to move in
too.
The one time BROADWAY
hit comedy runs from
Thursday to Sunday night,
with curtain at 8:30 p.m.

FILMS 1. I10LE1C '

IS THERE A UNKlt
DO 'VIOLENT films
encourage crime? Can
increased violence in our
society be attributed to a
relentless diet of violent and
sadistic films? What form does
censorship in the Bahaimas now
takehand what plans are there
These questions, of interest


a ring d rnlg the sBah rn

public meeting on films In the
Bahamas to be held this
Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at St.
Ma*gg*,ed'sHal K mp F ad
Life Committee of the
Bahamas Mental Health
Association,fothe meetings wl

discussion and public forum.
Tke pane wis ikconsist ot Mr

Wulf p Road TheatrE, Mk

Michelle Turnquest, a school
pupil and a representative of
the Ministry of Home Affairs.
ecThee themes of the evening
B.M.H.A. to encourage public
debate on this subject which
formed the theme of the recent
B.M. H.A. bulletin, circulated
to schools, o ernment offit r
association.


0P ENS ~TONIG H TAT FRE EPOR T

ou gA e IFV P hl i o f rto i nsua e H e r I f En l n w o e wif E enee
'The Lion In Winter'. Running four nights, opening night Wednesday, March 14. Curtain
up 8 p.m. at the Regency Theatre, Freeport.


Primlitive Show








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E TATSEL AER


E TATSEL AER FOR RENT ARS FOR M
L WI.P WANTED TRADE S S


1 C9126 1 r~nrr~ `----- I


C912
I
1 209C
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h dY & FENDER man with
hank tools. Contact Dennis
GBodon, h one 2-8896, Gibson
Boy Sop*
C9088
URGENTLY required young
male between the age of 21 to
28 to assist accountant for
large insurance firm. 1 to 2
years bookkeeping experience
2eurd 5f tac mKnowles

C8952
HELP WANTED
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR MASTER MARINER
Island Cement Company
uimit*<, P. O. Box 5140,
Nassau, Bahamas, is seeking a
qualified Bahamian for Master
of the M/V "Island Cement" a
1500 DWT Balk Ocean Vessel.
Applicant must be at least 30
years of age, fully qualified as
to education and professional


r~eacr gized ert jalen .
Applicants to please apply in
writing to the above address
giving a full resume of
education, experience and
technical certification.
C9141
FLAGLER INN, PARADISE
ISLAND NEEDS QUALIFIED
HOTEL COMPTROLLER. Will
be in complete charge of
finances at local level having
authority for carrying out
p re scri bed auditing and
accounting procedures, with
discretionary power. Must have
at least 10 years commercial
accounting and a minimum of
5 years Hotel Executive
Accounting and Auditing
experience. Please call Mr.
Ronald Overend, General
Manager, for Interv iew
appointment phone 5-5561-
C9150
LAW FIRM requires Bahamian
with knowledge of and
exerienceomnmeompan wror .

ex perlence. Telephone
2-4214/5.


CS 9
WANTED for hourly work as
Farmer/Gardener. Applyin
person to S. Roberts, Montrose
Avenue and Winchester Street.

C9164
CARETAKER NEEDED for
subdivision in Abaco.
Accommodations provided.
Call 2-2209 or 5-8518

C9165
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SER VICE TECHNICIAN
required immediately by local
Caterpillar Dealer, BAHTRAC.
Age 25 and up, including 3-5
years experience in repair of 3
phase generators, control
panels, automatic transfer
switches and related electrical
components. Also required,
service mechanic or technician
with experience related to
Earthmoving Equipment.
Fringe benefits enjoyed by all
eployees .01vr 'psointn nt

Mangeror tosu Tele hB e
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.


ANmnoICErmETS I
C9127
THE B3AHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION INC., of Montrose
Avenue, Shirley Heights'
Nassau N. P. wish to announce
the RE-OPENING OF THE
DAY SCHOOL and DAY
NURSERY on September 3rd
1973.
The Day Nursery will accept
Infants from 6 months old at 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Kindergarten will accept
children from 3 years old 9
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Registration for both Nursery
and Kindergarten will
commence April 3rd 1973
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (On
Tuesday & Thursdays) at the
office of the Mission or contact
Mrs. Nottage c/o phone 24537.
Those wishing to register their
infants and children are urged
to do so immediately as there
winl no doubt be a l ng witin

requested when you register.
For fees and' other
information, contact the Pastor

frthop oi tme tte fklMrr
Nottage c/o Phone 24537.


LARGEt SHOP for rent, 3000
square feet, 6th Terrace.
Centreville. Can be used as
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583.
C9072
FOUND IT!
Large new unfurnished 2 or
Ribedroom house on Charlotte
Subdivision. Phone 21Bo7yd
Evenings 42148
C9148
1 FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment Montrose Avenue
Phone 21731 3-1583.


FOR SALE
HOUSE Village Road Area
has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maids
quarters, plus spacious
enclosed grounds. Car port.
Yours for $10,000.00. down
$30,000.00 on mortgage for 10
years at 10%. DAMIANOS
REALTY COMPANY DIAL
22033, 22305, 22307.

C91 2 ACRES ESTATE with
large buildings suitable for
apartments and residential
subdivision.
(2) A large lot off Soldier Road
zoned for 12 unit apartment
building. price $9,000.00.
(3) Lots 80ft. frontage Sands
Addition easy terms good
cash discount.
(4) Variety of lots
Dannottage Subdivision, terms
available.
(5) Large lots Blair Estate.
ideal for luxury homes*
Re) astably ls ae inland lots
Seabreeze Estate attractive

For information call Bill's Real
Estate 23921.

*O WW #LL R R HI
C9152
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
Johnson Road Ests. Phone
4Bh9e3 58803 ask for Mrs.


FOR RENT
C8938
ONE EXTRA large two
bedroom two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shiriey and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone.
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna.
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


1968 BUICK Special Deluxe,
4-door sedan, loaded.
Completely reconditioned
inside and out 26,000 miles
- can be seen at Malcolm Tyre
Service, Bay St. and Victoria
Ave. Tel. 2-2745.

C9157
1968 RAMBLER. Phone
42193 58803 ask for Mrs.
Bethell
C9146
1971 CHRYSLER NEWPORT,
factory airconditioned, power
steering, power brakes, plus
other extras. Price $2,900 or
nearest offer. Telephone
2-2351 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


C8947

pd eUIt

Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHAEN CALMHANDLING

IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELl VERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,


C8941
PATIO AWN WINGS AND
CAR PO RTS AWNINGS,
SHuTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.

C8958
TROUBLES sa o rg
call The Plumber IrW~es:e
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. O.Box N56,
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.
C9032
DO YOU HAVE AN idea for
making money. We have the
money send full details to:
"IDEA", Box 6104, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C8104
YOU'RE IN A HEAP-O-
TROUBLE IF YOU DON'T.
CALL ABCO FOR ALL~
YOUR CLEANING
PROBLEMS -- TEL:
51071-2-3-4.

C8963
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for~
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and s~e ices. CaHl Duls

WORLD OF MUSIC, Dewgard
Plaza.


C9090
14 FOOT GLASTRON -
Good condition. Ideal for
fishing and skiing. $500. Night
phone 4-1429. Day 2-8262.
C9098
20 ft. BERTRAM Bahar-Mar
Cruiser equipped with one 160
h.p. inboard/outboard
Mercruiser, ship-to-shore radio
and trailer. Good condition
Asking $3,500.00. Please
telephone David Hudson at
3-6262/3.
C8720
FOR 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 &
SipinT, eaMsh Harbour,b oox
Phone 159. *




C91E FOLLOWING ITEMS are



9ad erctonc s ke
calculators.
A wide selection of top quality
metal and mineral detectors.
For information call 23921.

C9161
THE NEWLY REORGANISED
Gospel Singing Group, The
Visionarens, will be presentin
their anniversary programme a9
Highbury High School


T goup ow co~nsspth o

Rouche, Lee Ferguson and C.

aOmsAND JOIN IN THE
ANNIVERSARY CONCERT.

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

POSITION VWANTED
C9138
YOUNG LADY seeks position
as baby sitter nights only.
Phone 54278.



C9100
RE FRIGERATION and
air-conditioning mechanic.
Must be able to install and

rfI eratio n11em wth u
supervision. Salary based on
experlencie. Phil's Refrigera~ton

phone 2-2763 o ,


WATERFRONT EAST.
BAYCROFT ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT T, LAR GE
LIVING FULLY

BUERNISUH D,I BUALLC NY
OVERLOOKING OCEAN
ANPDFPOOOLR LOVELY V13EW'


LARG bH and warhu u

Food store or Dry Goods. Call
21031 -' 52483 ask for
Douglas Carey.
C8942
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.



de Rs a s rfi e o r n el s r o

- spacious grounds. Phone
2-8086. i


FOR REIT
C7207
ONE BEDROOM ,
BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT,
CATV, WATER & GARBAGE
INCLUDED. UNFURNISHED
$125.00, FURNISHED
$ 1 50 0.00. FREE PO RT
352-2126, 373-3780.


C7 RINIE SUPPLIES
1969 Chris Craft Com. 27 ft.

RaFdio FiDet sF ind r, ComH. s
2 Fish Cha riOutriggers, Ice

extr sincps 4i V er lean a
Fxeln C on iion. $1,0
ti rm. Call Freeport 352-6284
til5p.m.

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

G E EAL CASHIER: Must
have accounting background;
letters of reference and Police
Certificate required.
CHEFS: To take complete
charge of station; supervise and
direct assistants, must be able
to prepare French and
IternationaO CuisinATAN.
ExPerienced in French service

mati n f rst tcls hotees anas
restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
WAITERS: Must be able to
raed aenads rit minimm fi

lafs r c s or restaurant; ood
Certificate required.
Bx BOYS necs y previo s
willing to take instruction from
supervisors; needed to serve
breakfast and dinner: Health
Certificate required.
BARTENDER: Full knowledge
of preparation of all drinks.
ability to operate N.C.R.; thr e
years minimum experience as
Bartender in first class hotels
ndr retuans f ade reiernes
WINE STEWARD: To self and
srve wie n to di ner gue s'

wine services storage, etc ,
good references and Police
Ce tifi atoo re How

LTD., PERSONNEL DEPLS
ROYAL PALM WAY OR P. O
sox~ F-531, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA.


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51


E EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
REQUIRED by financial
or anisat on. FshF hanccurat



sereqrired adresio aed to Chief


Accountant, P.O. Box N3016,
d askau f teep one 21025
and asor Mr. Young. .
C9167
COOPERS & LYBRAND have
several vacancies for qualified
Chartered Accountants. Appi
in writing to P. O. Box N-596,
Nassau, Bahamas.



c y tredamm diatey beC t
American and European

pevioom xperienceu n Brish
Leyland vehicles. Minimum

'trade nd sqeee 'prnov n
ability and satisfactory service
to previous employers. Apply
in person to Mr. Campbell,
Service Manager, Nassau Motor
Company Limited, Shiriey
Street.
C9168
TREASURE CAY BEACH
HOTEL require immediately a
Chef who wfill be responsible
for the quality and production
of three kitchens and menu
co-ordination between three
restaurants; also responsible for
requisitions and maintaining
cost percentages. Banquet and
special menu planning and staff
scheduling. Minimum of five
years ex perlence in
International cuisine and must
be prepared to reside at
Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Apply to: "Chef", Treasure
3229Limated. P. O. Box

TWO JOBS-GOODSALARY
on CHUB CAY rin'the
BERRY ISLANDS
BOOK-KEEPER
SECRETARY


9156


C9112
ISLAND M TOR COMPANY


C918E6DROOM 1 bath home

f dnshd arcnondit named, fi
minutes walk to Montagu
Beach in quiet area. Lake View
Road. Phone 28504 day _
51647 night "
C8939
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C9086
EFFICIENCIES by the ek
or year, beautiful beach ad
pool. New Moon Club, East r
Road 4-1150 and 4.1402 en


C7222
DIRECTOR OF AGENCY
SALES: This person must have
experience with Travel
Agencies, plus agency retailers
and wholesalers. Must be able
to deal with large Convention
Groups. 3-5 years experience,
references are required.
Interested persons apply:l
ELDON MARTIN, JR.,
PERSONNEL DI RECTOR,
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL &
COUNTRY CLUB, WEST
END, G RAN D BAHAMA.
C7225
CLEANE R/MAINTENANCE
MAN Applicant will bet
rsohnsible for general cleanir~
toilets and office buildings.
The applicant should also be'
expected to work nights at
Ipl to: Devco Personnel
BDept., 166 Kiln l, IP. O.


INERNATIONAL FIRM of:
chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in:
their Freeport office.:
Successful candidates will be~
paid excellent salaries andi
bonuses. Appl icant should:
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
po Ba am Box F-2415,


C9076
FORD MUSTANG 1966 fast
back. big tires, mags, cams, 4
speed, radio, etc. $1,000.
Phone 51606.


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C9003
MUST SELL. Make an offer.
Lot approximately 92' x 110'
Blair Estates, zoned for private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.

C9054
LAKEFRONT LOTS AT
YAMACRA W 8 EACH
ESTATES. Price from 57500
$100 deposit. $103 month. No
interest. From 70xMOO To :
O'Brien Real Estate

C9081
FOR SALE
EASTERN WATERFRONT
Baycroft one bedroom
apartment, large I~ving, balcony
overlooking pool and ocean
$25,500 firm, fully furnished.
Call 4-2113.

115
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD. is pleased to
ofer onesofsthe most atractive

Nxec IPeovience which hnas
resale possibilities. The
property comprises over 60
acres and approved plans are
already available.
Contact Exclusive agents at
23921 or write Box 5449,
Nassau .
C9118
(1) EXCELLENT 3 bedroom 2
bathroom house with BahamTa
Room and patios etc. in
Westward Vifias. Price
:$45,000
(2) Charming 2 storey home
off Eastern Road comprising of
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms,
dining room with teak strip
flooring, lounge, Bahama
room, kitchen and laundry on
lot 130 x 100. Price
$54,000.00.
(3) House on waterfront 3
bedrooms 2 ba th rooms
separate lounge, dining and
Bahama room, 2 car garage
Price $100,000.00 '
Contact Bill's Real Estate
23921.
C9128
FOR VALUABLE Cl TY
PROPERTY ON 355

S AFRS GAE
579& feet on sea, Eastern
Boundary ap roimately 240



low ter grtenound foras 0y 60


store, plus warehousing.
Gorgeous Views ideal for
boatman's paradise. Rear bldgs.
used as living quarters and Art
Gallery. Most convenient to
Bay Street shoppers and
tourists. Spacious parking area
-best business location
obtainable. See anytime.
Submit offers to DESMOND


DA IANS TM 2033 Ev 7 D2


COMPLETE SCUBA gear along
wt38c.in tank just passed
inspection and filled. Call
41368.
C7204
120 BASS, almost new Piano
Accordian. 5120 CASH. Please
write Adv. C7204, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau.

C9056
1 CONVERTIBLE couch
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 2501b. trunk food freezer.
Call 77947.


OPPORTUNITIES
C9154
BUSINESS FOR SALE on
Collins Avenue selling
children's clothing and shoes
for family. Finance available.
Telephone 28012 31295.

ARINllE SUPPLIES
C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C1969 SUNBEAM RAPIE ,
white with black upholstery,
lw nrileage, A on trvoi1
transmission, radio. A fine car
must be seen. $1850. Phone
21634 day or 41195 evenings.

PUBIC AIUCTHION
C8883
KIRK S. HINSEY will
sell at the parking lot east of
the Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 23rd day of
Myrch 1973 at 12 Noon the
following property:--
ALL ,THAT piece parcel o'
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
and being Lot No. 14 on a
Plan of the Subdivision of
Lots Nos. 13 18 in Block
No. 2 of the "OAKES
AIRPORT BOARD
SUBDIVISION.
Mortgage dated 28th July,
1971 Joyce Veronica Bain to
Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1800
Pahees 491 to 497.
Th sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that

Trs: 10% of the purchase
price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
DATE D 16th DAY OF
FEBRUARY A.D. S9.7HISY

Public Auctioneer

KRK S. HINSEY will sell at


ote r) oo t ne 2r ay B

ALL THAT pie paclo
lot of land sletpare For
Hill in the Eastern District
of the Island of N w
Providence aforesaid aed
bounded on the North b
Romer Street and running
thereon Sixty (60) feet oS
the East by property now or
aAou n be corveeyeda t


Apons the Wsrtiy and d
running thereon one
Mhr adre d Od0 fe 2 Otober
1066h -- Davd Alephonso &

Haypetiuf ts Bete ow Fance


Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1038
Pages 250 to 256.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10%/ of the purchase
price at time of sale and
balance on completion
Dated 16th day of February
A.D. 1973.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer

F OR SA LE
C9140
ANTIQUES
nembrh le Tal k 70)
Mahogany Chair (1780). Chest
of Drawers (1810). To view
phone 2-1303 or 2-1304 from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C9CIE TRAL wrought iron unit
8ft. x 10ft 6tns. x 20ins,
inc roraian Todecorativ

measuring 9ft. x 16ft 61ns ,
suitable for shop fittings, Mr
units etc. For inquiries please
phone Mr. Revington 2-1404 '
09162
INVALID BED. ELECTRICAL
LY OPERATED, ALMOST
IEW COMMODE, NEW.
:ALL4-1501.


IIELP WANWTED
C7213
CATALYTIC West Indies,
Ltd., Post Office Box F-2544,
Freeport, Grand Bahama, has a
job opportunity available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Ma inte nance organization,
Freeport, for the following


qlfied frm anAc rdte

and Sch ultraiusi g aC. aM.on
other network Maintenance
Managcemenetxsytems.n No

jst edu ational icunanfic tons.
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.


FOR SALE
SHIRLEY PARK HILLTOP

Uats, plus31 bedromrom
apartment for Mother-in-law,
or income. Was asking
$75,000.00. reduced to
$65,000.00. See anytime.
246 ON WATER has house,
pool patio. Needs repair,
decorating ideal for a
Handyman. The price is only
i$75,000.00. You can make
sure money, by sub-dividing, or
building cottages. Beat
inflation this deal is just as
good as Gold Bricks. Beat
inflation buy before
Independence, Prices are
bound to rise as Real Estate is
upswinging.
OLD~ COLONIAL BAHAMIAN
HOUSE OUT EAST has
sandy beach, dock, good
swimming. No pool. Has 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, separate
dining, large sitting. At waters

Reuced Manfil 50,0 e 00
Partially furnishead.

MO STEA H GPRTMENT
Live-in one and have income
on other. Spacious 107 by 150
spcos enclosed$6 unr

owner willing seller for

OU EAS Tnon the water.
Views, good swimming in calm
weather. Rights to sandy beach
nearby. Lavishly furnished, has

3 bedrooms two baths, maids
quarters, separate dining. 2
cargpaage. Come see we can
make a deal.
MhSTRIEYS ac WH Lo
High and dry, unobstructed
views of Sea. Beach rights, Has
4 bedrooms. Two sitting
rooms, separate dining, Ideal
for Executive. Loads of
parking. ,,Reduced to

$dal M MOIACS REALTY,
we sell loadr of real estate
gg033 2L2305S 22307 Nite


197 LD
1971 Viva 2 Dr.

A 70 Gr TEscort$
Blue Std. 4 Dr.
1970 Viva Auto.
Green
1973 Pontiac Hatchback
A/C 2400 miles Blue $L
1972 Viva S/W
Automatic White $;
1972 Pontiac Ventura
Vinyl Top 6 Cyl. $
1970 Chevelle 2 Dr.
Auto Green A/C $
1970 Pontiac Parisienne
4 Dr. Sedan Blue/White $2
1971 Ford Escort
4 Dr. Auto Belge $1
1971 Vauxhall Victor
4 Dr. S/W Auto. Green $1
1972 Pontiac Ventura
4 Dr. Auto Radio
Orange $:
Auto. $2
199 Ha ber Sceptre
1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
A9C Red/dBlackeViinyl $2
Auto. Green $1
1969 Chevelle 4Dr.
Auto Gold/White $
u971 Ford Capri Auto. $
191 Rmbler2

1969 Pontiac GTO
A/ 4Viy Green $2
98 Auto. 4 Dr. 8
Located Oakes Field$
Opposite the Ice H lus
Telephone 34636-ouse


1700

$995

$995

4950

2600

1700

1000

!000

.600

.895

3500
!000

;995

1950

800

900

650

100

000

300


C9049
OFFICE
Building,
Bay.
120 sq.
month.
270 sq,
mon h


SPACE: Roberts
East Street just off

ft. $90.00 per

ft. $135.00 per


360 s. ft. -- $180 per month
975 sq. ft. $400.00 per
AIRoF TIONING INCLUDE
ED.
OFFICE & STORE SPACE:

Sh ppin Cntmreo ppite tt
Potters Cay docks. An ideal

Itak-u r staran equi run
already installed. Only
$308.33 per month. Store and
office space available for as
little as $277.00 per month.
UN FURNISHED
APARTMENTS OAKES
FIELD $140.00 per month
OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FIELD: 868 sq. ft. $290.00

APARo hENTS OUT EAST
OFFERED FULLY
FURNISHED O
BASICALLY FURNISHED
$265.00 and $230.00
respectively er month.
Aronditioning and swimming

Telephone: BERT L.
ROBERTS LTD., 23177. Bert
L. Roberts Ltd.


LO L FINANCE COMPANY
requires the services of two
yun men, Oc yas an o e

Own car essential. Also, one
female req uiied as
cashier/typist. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C-9134
c/o The Tribun~e, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.


min. from Nassau on Out
Island Aimrwys
CHUB CAY CLUB
P.O. Box 223, I.A.B*
Miami, Fla.33148


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


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BARGAIN
Triumph 1300. $450 -
running order. Call


C9135

1969
good
,31521


C9145
STEREO HI FI with radio
floor model. '
Phillips automatic T.V.
20" fan on stand.
Utparcghts Hoover with
Floor heater. (oddments)
2 in le ds

Phone 54577 *


C7223
PLANT SUPERINTENDENT:;
Electrical plumbing and
hydraulics experience required,
revitounsacexperienceewa
treatment plants, able to train

Appy to: Lucayan Utilities
Ltd., P. O. Box F-657,
Freeport.


C9099
1968 PONTIAC Catalina,

4 Mrr.b o600 thn orl2o a 2
9 a.m. 5 p~n


Qlhp (a~burtP


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


C8959
IN TOWN furnished rooms
Efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone




W 160ED: 3rd pron for
house village noa area.
Rent $150. Phone 3 2.

CAIRS FOR SAILE
C9153






TODAY'S ~~3 ~ j
1970 Chevelle Malibu $2200
Also Available
1968 Chev. Impala -
white automatic, clean $1200
1970 Chev. Malibu -
good condition $2200
1970 Chev. Impala
green/white '
good condition $2450
1973 Chev. Malibu
Demonstrator
good buy -- $5750
1969 Rambler -
radio automatic $850
1972 Dodge Avenger -
lbrw autornati $1950
radio automatic $400
1967 Ford Fairl n
S/W good run a $8600
Im71Chev.hVega Sedan -
l90 rumph Sitfire -$8


yelow god ondtin -$2750


wNhite-radio $1500
1972 Vauxhall Viva
S/W good bargain $1950
1970 Chev. impala -
new paint job gold -$82500
1968 Hillman Hunter -
iinyl top automatic $650
1968 Chev. Impala -
( family size car -- $1050.

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Wed~nesday, Marh 14, 1973


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H ELP WANTED l
C7228
INSPECTOR A pipeline
inspector with 5-10 years
experience is required for
Waster distribution and
collection systems presently
under construction, The
applicant must be capable of
ensuring that the contractor
fuflfis his obligations in
accordance with the contract
drawings and specifications
with respect to trench depth.
workmanship and backfill. He
must also havie knowledge of
pressure tests and steriitiztion

ofpw r matn Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

CTHE E FURNITURE
BUILDERS qualified to
bilid and repair all types of
cabinet theork, household and

o trs EA eice mntisfeildO.
outside representative
eperieqaei to estimate cosr o
Able to read blueprints, draft
floor plans and extensive
construction experience in
supervisory capacity.
Apply to: B&B Furniture Mfg.
Co., Ltd., P. O. Box F-1031, or
Phone Freeport 352-5001.


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEgN













Russia's chess folk-hero M k- CF
hall Tehigorin (Black, to move) uJ
sacrificed both his rooks to reach 2
this position while his opponent O
P. Arnold, grabbed ~all the
material going. Now Arnold Is
hoping deliver perpetual W
check with his queen before .
~Tehigo~rirn can organise a final "
Can Tehigorin win, and what
should he play In the diagram ?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master or expert; 30 seconds,
county standard; 2 minutes, club
player; 4 minutes, average; 10
minutes, novice.

BOLU'TION NU 960 -
Chess Solution
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1 .. QxP ch; 2 K x B--BS (n
ch; 3 K-B1, Kt-R7 mate. .
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APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotaky

SI'M GOING TO CALL : YOU CAN'T 00 THAT! IF I DECIDED THAT ALRIGHT, CALL THE REGISTRY-
L~JORDAN NASH AND t I COULD T GO TO WORK, I'D HAVE TO BUT UNPER No OleuMSTANCES
\ TELL HIM YOU CAN'T RE- CALL THE REGISTRY AND ARRANGE FOR WItL 1 PERMIT YOU BA~CK TO woxrK
ROMANO TURN TO WORK FOR AT LEAST THEM TO HAVE ANOTHER NURSE FRTET ORHUS
WHAT ARETWENTY- FOUR HOURS! REPLACE ME ?
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\ Wen On CameN Rightr inaltat
GENERAL TENDENCIES: This should be a
most active day and evening with a number of
interesting changes in relations ps taking lace with oth r
persons which you need to be alert to if you are to have the
advantages that can flow from them. Charm others and get
bigwigs' standpoints which you can follow with real gain to
yourself.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You are in the mood for
amusement, but get into something new and interesting and
forget the same old routine. You have been taking mate too
much for granted recently; give more attention this p.m.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Give more attention to home
and family today and have more harmony and comfort there
than for some time past. Show you are highly skilled at your
particular work. Get more benefits therefrom.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Do whatever will bring you
the goodwill of business experts and bankers, financiers, and
get the practical support you want.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are able now
to get inta teo rer ato yoanve sh e dont n Ilately. M6ke

you really like them. Deepen relationships.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Your big plans are fine, but you
had better check on progress being made and where to make
kso c ange 1thatuarle necessary. Get into polictmmatt rse wti

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get together with congenials
now and have a delightful time with them, enjoy enlightening
conversations. Decide what you are going to do in the future,
in p.m. You have been finding it difficult to make up your
mind recently.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Contact that bigwig who can
easily open the right doors for you in the business world that
you cannot open alone. Get into that civic work that can make
you a real pillar of your community. The social is fine tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Put those new and advanced
ideas to work that can help you make a real name for yourself,
since you will be expressing your true self. Get that plan
working that means travel or dealing with out-of-towners
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec, 21) Your intuitive
faculties are working accurately, so be sure to use them to
your benefit. Try to interest others in that project that means
so much to you. State your aims to mate and get r ght
understanding no ig
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Reach a far better
understanding with an associate whose cooperation you want
in the future. Talk to those in the business world who can be
of great help to you. Show you are a sensi ble person
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Work up some enthusiasm
for the work ahead of you that has to be done and it is soon
behind you. Make the right impression on higher-ups Have a
better understanding with your beautician, barber so you are
both pleased.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Being with persons who really
appeal to you and doing what you like to do can make this a
fine day and p.m. for you. Find the right outlets for your
special talents and become successful with them Don't worry
- -ncssiy .
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ..he or she will be
one of those charming young people who needs affection and
should have it, otherwise he or she becomes disillusioned early
in life and will not be able to put to good expression the fine
qualities in this chart. Working with public commodities that
can bring in much money is fine here, whether you have a son
or a daughter. Your youngster will not want to have too many
friends around since the mind is busy thinking or studying.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


#ELP MMTIIED
C7224
TWO METAL FR;4M ING
MECHANICS: Lay out
supervisor, be able to read
blueprints and coordinate
work. 5 years experience
re uired
T W O ACOUSTICAL
MECHANICS: Lay out
supervisor, be able to read
blueprints and co-ordinate
work. 5 years experience.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL &
COUNTRY CLUB, WEST
END, GRAND BAHAMA.
lo ctIMartin, Jr., Personnel
Die or
C7226
I BASS GUITAR PLAYER:
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Found it." says Tigerlity
solemnly. Then you'd best
look after it until we know who
the owner is," euggests Rupert.
" I'll mention it to my pals."
So whHe Tigerlity goes one
way with the fishing rod,
Ruper takes another irction
for the Nutwood pond.


"It'sr a flahing rod, TigerHly,"
says Rupert. The reet on
the handle part is for winding
up the line, and hat littl beli
jingle wrhen youve caught a
flah. But it must belong to
somebody. I wonder who
could have dropped it on the
nath." No on eabout when


Winning


as VICTOR MOLLO
IN BRIDGE, the mere mention
of Italy evokes the image of the
Cegendary Blue Team. But 20
years ago, before the Squadra
Azzurra was bornr, the Italians
were already making headlines.


placdo te as MlngrnobPridgen

dummy play as in blading. This
was one of his exploits:
Dealer South: N/8) Val.:

VJ 43 3

West East
4. 4.4 J 8 6 (8 A 9 4
v Q 10 8 6r 5 WrA K 9 7
oJss 9 2 QQ 1 6
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8u W St outh Es
KS 3( as Ps

2 &3 Pass Pass We
No one seemed to take Wees's
Intervention very seriously. The
point of the hand, however, is in
thes plled the 4 Q to East's
(eA. How did I~arto Franco
Ibrlng nome tne fmipc;-lble con-
tracc?
On the QA Franco calmly
d oped there +8h ORuif

trumps. Both defenders, of
course, knew what to keep.
Declarer could be counted for
eight trumps, the bare +K and
no hearts. Therefore ae must
h~ave four diamonds. So West
kept OJ 9 3 and West the
OQQ 10 and dummy' a 4 0 8
scored th last two tricks.


Ct. 8 g Y
Down
1. Polite. (9)
2. Part of a circle. (3)
3. It helps to shape the pave*
ment. (9)
4. Sound of sufferer. (4)
6.Te Dy ore aimed art b
8. She fell to love with Jason.
10. a~ny. (4)
12. Heavenly cretutre. (8)
14. Pr ivate
war.
13. Dep u-
tise d.
(5)
16. Fleanch
(3)

(3) Irewardes's satanon


?Less is definitely more, don't "Absolutely, more or less."
y*W IS?**


5bro Wribune


GAM BAHA8MA


By DAL CURTIS

TIENISl I YES,
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R AD

SREX MOR GAN, M.D.


"Stop complaining that I don't spend much time with
Shim. I'll see PLENTY of him when he's old enough to
Stake into the business."

;Rupert and the Mixed Magle-3


(STEVE R 0PER


by sau nd ers


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& MI KE NO MAD


THE GUESTS ANP T 'HEY


IN EF( ANl'HA TH EYR


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Del Jane


jihagme


Scillitz 8-2

DEF FEN DING LE AG; UE
Champions Del Jane took sole
possession of first place last
night when behind the four hit
pitching of Frankie Sweeting
they defeated Schlitz Beer 8-2
to win their third consecutive
in as many games.


9 13,FLORIDA INIV. &



r ~ (i~L~i~s/ l~II [~ :;tTEAMS TO VISIT ~F


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WITH THE ARRIVAL of
two cricket teams in the
Bahamas within the next two
weeks local cricket will be
Setting an early start.
Cricketers from the
University of Florida at
Gainesville will be arriving on
Friday afternoon for two one
day matches against the
Commonwealth Wanderers,
their old friends and rivals. The
University boys will be trying
to win back the Stanley
Glasgow Memorial Trophy
which they lost to the
Wanderers last year at Nassau.
Their first match will be
played this Saturday at Haynes
Oval beginning at 11 a.m. On
Sunday they will play the
second match and this will be
for the trophy.
The battle far the Oscar
Phillips Friendshlip Trophy will
be fought out at the University
grounds in Florida later this
season. This Trophy is
presently held by the
Wanderers.
Saturday's team will be
drawn from: Charles Lunn,
(Capt) Francis Bain, (Vice
Captain) Derek Johnson, Tony
Alleyne, Earl Alleyne, Ulric
Smith, Basil Cumberbatch,
Sidney Deveaux, Vernon
Addison, Clive Bispham, John
Burrows, Wardie Ford,
Tyronne Wilson, George
Shannon.
Sunday's team will be drawn
from: Horace Stewart, (Capt.)
Edmund Lewis (vice captain)
Ivan Taylor, Horace Kingston,
Garfield Brathwaite, I.
Armstrong, Basil Ellis, Luke
Roker, Frank Ellis, Fred
Phillips, Francis Bain, Kellman
and Vernon Addison,
Following closely on the
heels of the University cricket
team will be the Australian
Cliff Hangers. TIhis team is
paying its first visit to the
Caribbean and will be guests of
the Commonwealth Wanderers
for four days during which
time they will play a 2-day
cricket match at Haynes Oval
on Sunday and Monday March
25-26. More information on
this match and teams will be
published later.


LEROY FAWKES FLORENCE ROLLE





R oilyal Iofr F 8 WhG S




tipp011 for Sports Awards

ALL ROUND ATHLETE Florence Rolle has been nominated
by the Bahamas Netball Association and the Bahamas Volleybarll
Federation for the Bahamas Federation of Amateur Sports
"Sportswoman of the Year" award. The B.V.F. has also
nominated Leroy Fawkes for the "sportsman of the Year" award.


In second place a half game ?L
out and undefeated in two is W-
Beck s Bees, Big Q Market .
having won one in two games
played is in third place one and a,'")
a half games out. 1; ii
Del June, batting first scored w"r i
three in the first innings and ,.-
two more in the second and --f
two in the third to take a 7-0
leadl before Schlitz came up LO E S U TL H M IN
with their first run in the L S R ,B T S I L C A P O S
bottom of the fourth,
Unable to stop the superior CARTER'S COLLEGIANS Nassau League Champions dropped chances of
D~el Jane who got one more in B.A.B.A. Junior League Championship Monday night when they blew a 22 point lead to
tth fthinnig, Shlit ls chmFo shHill Saints. The Saints going into overtime won 74-48 -and the
plc~eu up another in the Photo: Rickey Wells.
bottom of the fifth to take
their second loss in three **
games
Paradise Island take on Eg g g g g gg
Baharmas Blenders tonight at 7
o'clock at the Queen E~lizabeth
Sports Centre as the B.B.A.
1973 series continues. In the
second game at 9 :30, Big Qtil W e e c Wn WHe MrW H H t tWW WWW W
Marketeers play Beck's Bees.
By GLADSTONE THURSTON

shoulder he suffered in an accident a few days ago, said that he should be ready within the next
two weeks for his title defence against middleweight Sherwin Johnson.


,


Scheduled for Saturday
night 7 o'clock at the Crown
Ball Room of the Sonesta
Beach, the Prime Minister's
Trophies will be presented to
the outstanding Sportsman and
Sportswoman of the year. The
outstanding athletes will be
picked from 15 nominations
received from 11 of the 26
member Associations of the
B.F.A.S. Four of the nominees
are women.
In netball, Rolle has been
noted for her excellent
defensive performances during
two weeks of tournament
matches against eight
internationals when she
represented the Bahamas in the
Third World Netball
Tournament. "Her play
through the Tournament was
of the highest standard and she
gained the admiration and
respect of players and
spectators alike," said the
BNA.
Rolle started playing netball
on the formation of the B.N.A.
and has shown aptitude from
her first introduction to the
sport ... With coaching and
practice, she soon became a
very energetic and prominent
player.
Rolle's excellent progress led


her to be selected to represent
the Bahamas in the Third
World Netball tournament, her
position being goal defence.
The tournament was held in
Kingston Jamaica and matches
were played against New
Zealand, Australia, Trinidad
and Tobago, England, Ireland,
Wales, Scotland and Jamaica.
In volleyball, Rolle was
noted for her most outstanding
performance during the Patrick
Air Force Base Regional
Tournament when among eight
teams, she was awarded the
most valuable player award.
Primarily, Rolle is a spiker
but according to Bahamas
volleyball coach Dr. Norman
Gay, "she is as good or better
than any one in the back
court." the only place where
other players might excel is in
setting and even then she is
good, Dr. Gay explained.
Rolle has won the local most
valuable player award for the
past two years during which
time she has also led defending
champions, Coco Cola Jets, to
t w o co ns ecu t iv e
championships.
She has been the main
offensive player during most of
the Bahamas' international
volleyball tournaments Dr. Gay
cntin nd. h r offensive is

Rolle, besides volleyball and
netball, plays behind the plate
for the Trimidad Blazers
softball team and is on the
Bahamas National Hockey
team. Rolle is the Bahamas'
ladies 400 metres track
champion.
Leroy Fawkes for his
outstanding performance
during the past volleyball
season was awarded the most
valuable player award. Captain
of the men's volley ball
champion team Prince Williams
High, he led them to three
consecutive undefeated
championship victories. "His
ability in volleyball with his
size is as good as any player
anywhere," commented Dr.
Gay. "He can play on any first
string team."
Fawkes captains the
Bahamas National Men's
Volleyball Team and has been
outstanding in many of their
international competitions.



THE FOLLOWING are the
results of yesterday's rarcin ;
Tr taile MaekEr (5) C. Seorchwell
ss.7s, $4.ss, S2.ss; Miss
HydtsnraJOO () J. Bainn $1.5,$.20,

Qu 6 na .' F~urlongs --
Baby0 Twis (9) G. Bain$555
Quenn (2)bl M. Lew $35.70 2nd
Quinellal (s-9) ss8.so
Mart RACEK- 6d furlongs -Lad
6)b M.Brwns $290 3rdn Quinell

shrn -2lPLwse fur on a
S4.oels. (53.1 Ju$l e s)G B

6th1 RACE 4% furlongs Last
Siht() M. Brown $2.9.90d:al~~ 2 $9.70,cll

7th. RACE 5 Furlongs Goea
Away (1 M. Brown $3.40, $41.10,Bei
64; 12. 1S Kr I~ny hnsoMn
HuirS4.qs 4th Quinella (51-4)
"ii RACE 6H furiongs Redt
Guine; abir (4) H. Wodie iSS.

(3)n D4.0 Smt14.0 7th Qinell

(4-6); S37.ss. 4 K Jhno

THE5 BAHAMASre ForAnederatio
of6 RAmaeur Sportsolds ae
splnecial H general meeting
theuo Queen0 Elizabeth. Spots

Cetre.BHA Rersnaies atof l


member bodies should attend
and bring proceeds of raffle
ticket sales and unsold tickets.


Johnson, in an elimination
bout on February 24,
unanimously decisioned John
Williams to get a shot at the
middleweight title.
Since Johnson won his shot
at the title, "I wasn't actually
training but I was keeping in
form," said Pinder, "I was just

Cokey." M. Wiwored Coa m y
with Chris Malakius is

Contac ed tday M
Coakley said he loada he fi h
sheduled fo the d of ti
month butoritt seemed ast i
Pinder had pulled out
Informed about the accident
"It is unfortunate that it
happened at that time because
it pushed his fight back," said
Mr. Coakley. "I told him when
he feels ready, to call me." He
dd not. In need of a few tune
up fights before he takes on
Elisha Obed, Mr. Coakley said
that he was giving Pinder,
Johnson.
Lying on the dressing board
while his trainer Alfred Skinner
tapped his ankle, Pinder said
that he was at Andros boxing
exhibitions with heavyweight
champ Boston Blackie when on
his return he heard that Mr.
Coakley was in search of him
in reference to a title defence.
"The fight is still being
negotiated," said Pinder, "so in
the next two weeks I guess my
foot will be alright and he
(Coakley) can go along with

Pinder, regarded by Boston
Blackie as "the best
middleweight the Bahamas ever
had" has seriously been
considering taking his talent
abroad. "What I really want to
do is try to get the Bahamas in '
the limelight," Pinder said.
"Gomeo went the farthest as
he had a title fight." However,
lacking the necessary contacts,
Pinder is unable to fulfill his
aspirations.
Boxing since 1965, Pinder
has lost three of his 12 fights.


BAHAMAS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMP
PINDER ... seeks international recognition.


r s


RENNIE


It was a rather blustery day
for Queen's College Primary
school Annual Sports Day, but
many interested parents turned
up to see their children
participate in the many events
that took place.
The Long Jump, High
Jumping events and the
Tug-o-War semi-finals had
already been decided. The
Ifouses went into Sports Day
with the following points


o presented the
and the House
y.


accumulated :
Dolphin 48.
Marlin 50.
There were
Sports Day.
watchful eye
official, Mr. D.
starter Mr. D.
helpful guida~nc
the Sports get u
Little Mi~ss
from Grade 3
corsage to
Maynard, wife
of Tourism, wh
Ribbon Awards
Athletics Troph


Three Records were broken
in: -
70-yard Sprint by Osmond


in two pulls.
Mrs. Clement Maynard then
wound up the successful Sports

D hetics Cupre tinDolpin
House captain Jeff Lowe and

Lo po~n I 8, Marlin 163,
Wahoo 159. Barracuda 140. *

Ed Arabdistar



BAHAMIAN Ed Armbrister,
spring training with the

rnsoi snl n che hte n
innings to give the Reds a 5-4
victory over the Pittsburg
Pirates yesterday in exhibition
baseball -
19Armbristert orel f tVao
weeks ago for spring training
with the Reds




THE BAHAMAS Golf
Association has announced
that its third Junior
Tournament and Clinic of the
year will be held on March 25
at the Sonesta Beach Hotel &
Golf Club.
This competition was
originally slated for March I1,
then the 18th, but owing to a
clash with other events, had to
be rescheduled.
The event will commence at
1 p.m. with a Clinic


Richardson .10.6.

70-yard Sprint by Radya

Grad Girls 4 x 60 yd.
Relay 41.8
in their events:
50 YARD SPRINT: Scott
Farrington 7.4 ; Melanie Rolle
7.6; Craig Hepburn 7.6; Gail
Watson 7.4.
GRADE 3 60 yard Sprint -
Trrance Strachan 9.1; Margot


OsoGRDE Ri haydsnS I .6,
Nadya Zybine 10.4.
BGRADE 51906yar Sprn -


13.5
GRADE 6 100 yard Sprint
D ead Aldderley 13.7, Gillian
KIO Girls 80 yad Skipn
Joanne Albury 14.4
.... GIRLS 60 yard Skipping -
Patrice Darville I1.2, Cherisse
Campbellll1.5, Debra Knowles
I 1.9
BOYS 50 yard Sack Race -
Anthony Roberts, Shawn
iO F McCartney, Kennedy
SLighbourne, Paul Red.
ANDS Many of the events were
) to TH Relays. Marlin and Dolphin
U House won 4 each. Barracuda
M~t Wahoo won two each.
8 ye The climax of Sports Day
?SW'?? was the final of the Tuge-War.

strained and tugged heaved,
but unfortunately for Whoo.
K- Ir( Dolphin strong men took them


Q1st QGribuntt


Wednesday, March 14, 1973.


I


the


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0 UT FR 3F O wI

BRIDGETOWN, BARBAD)OS
(AP) -The West Indies, almost
entirely due to a record sixth
wicket prthnershipn lad1 bD r e
Murray, took a useful first innings
lead of 67 over Australia on the
fourth day of the Second Test
match here Tuesday.
Continuing at 241 for five, the
hme t 3m car id ist turst nn a
324. By close of play, Australia had
scored 84 for one wicket in their
second innings.
Kanhal and Murray came
nogenerh with pl ceWest Id e
five on Sunday afternoon. The>
p rume ship are dy wot 62thnid
were not separated until Kanhat
had recorded his fifth century in 17
Tests against Australia.
Kanhal's 105, his 14th hundred
in 68 tests, was ended by opposing
captain Tn Chappell jst be o
played back to a ball which kept
low and had him leg before wicket
after an innings lasting five hours
and including a six and 11 f ours.
By then, the stand had beaten
ad 8lica Smtdh wich olatoo ast
record since the 195s series in the
West Indles.
Murray went on to score eo
before he was caught by a diving
Ian Redpath at point off legspinner
Terry Jnner. Itewas eaiy his best
Indies and was a vital innings
compiled over four hours 4
minutes without a chance and with
13 fours.

innin f ed qucl y wi6 dies 4
inch Victorian fast bowler Max
Walker .taking the wickets of Keith
Boyce and Vanburn Holder to
snrh a the r be 1o -7 urom Sd
for a marathon effort. rwr
ckebspinner Terry Jenner also
Tueshay end witm ehee wlocrke6t
by tea. Keith Stackpole was out for
53 and Ian Redpath, struck in the
face by a bouncer from Holder but
uninjured, was not out 18I and lan
Chappell not out 3.


0opi 11us 0GWInS QC PFImary 3perts


Barracuda~ao 450. ,)

33 events on
Under the
of the chief a
Morley and the I
Elias and the 9
e of the Staff,
nder way. We
Cindy Major WIFE OF THE MINISTER OF TOURISM, Mrs. Clement T. Maynard, is pictured
presented a awarning a cup to the winning Dolphin team who took top honours in the February 22
Mrs. Clement competition in the junior section of the primary school at Queen's College. Receiving the
of the Minister cup for the team are Jeff Lowe (left) and Lorraine Bowleg.


Don't swing fast...No. 4


PlOn't swing fast ... No. 5