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Publication Date: March 16, 1973
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WAK(E OF PM's


SHAKE UP

CONTRARY to certam
press reports, there has been no
transfer of civil servants,
although it is quite likely there
will be certain changes made
following, the re-shuffle of
Caiet Mrir rs understands
that there have been temporary
transfers, but these must be
approved by the governor,
acting! on the advice of the
Primle Minister, before they
become final.
M thr the re~du tn of di
Fisheries to the level of a
d ep art me nt under
Development, its permanent
secretary Oris Russell has been
tenprrl I sted to the
ii under Minister Paul Adderley.
Mr. Arthur Barnett,
prxeviouslyA~ pra nt s rtlary
be destined for the Ministry of
Iome Affairs, now under the
direction of Minister Anthony
Roberts.
Mr. Bamett is presently on
lev.IOME AFFAIRS

t>Another ch nge is expect d
where Mri Italtron Btel anes


seethough Mr. Bethel is still
at his post, there are reports he
inay mnove to the Ministry of
Finance, now headed by
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
Hlanna, formerly Home affairs
Minister.
Mr. Hanna still has within
his portfolio many of the
duties assigned him in Home
Affairs, and it appears
reasonable Mr. Bethel, if
transferred, would continue to
handle these,
The present financial
secretary is Mr. Reginald
Wood.
There are reports that
further changes are being
contemplated at other levels of
the- public service, but these
will hinge on the reallocation
of Messrs. Russell, Bamnett and
Bethel.





MONTEGO BAY ,

reAM Cot eat Bah amilan waters has
eliminated Chuck Reed's
Delphini from the 811-mile
Miami-Montego Bay yacht
race coff galssaid3Wednesd t.
boat in the 811-mile race, was
abandoned by its six man crew


Te cra r ts phicketdhupreef
Bahamas air-sea rescue, and all

cor i in. weReednha
participated in several previous
races to Montego Bay.
Among his crew was Bob
Dickson, the only sailor who
had been in all six previous
biennial races.
Continuing to lead the race
Wednesday was Lightnin, a
39-foot Class C sloop skippered
by World Ocean racing
champion Ted Turner.
By midday Wednesday
Lightnin had covered 400 miles
and stretched her margin over
second place Poker Chip to 52
miles.
Aura, a sloop owned by
Wally Stenhouse, still paced
the Class B fleet after turning

Al hea al gsecn d flet tl

miS r cryk a 61l-footer sailed
by James Baldwin of Delray
Beach Fla. and RtumingATide

Vanmetre of Alexandriar, Va.,
were vying for the Class A lead.
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FUNCTION MARCH 26


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hold an acies function at St.
Joseph's Church on Monday,
March 26, at 7:30 p.m.


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MENTAL HEALTHEI GROUP DISCUSS SOCIAL .g~ S(liiCOGI II EVC

EFFE~CTS OF FILM VIOLENCE, AND AGREE- L E are udels) IL RVC


. mye firstNwo~man MP


The~ Sli( has ret usedl to
dlisclo~se settlement terms with
the companynp although as hs,
as can he determined Mr.
Vecocc cocntinlued as one of the
42 defncrdants charged b~y the
SI:( ',1h "aiolain p ~ui
million fouir overseas nuit~ual
funds ma~nagedi by Investo~rs
Overseas Services Ltd.
Trhe 37-year-old Vesco
co n trolled IOS t hro ugh
linternational C'ontrols.
A spokesman for ICC' said
there was no immediate
cuemeint t om htahe c mpany
definite word from the SEC ,
fle said there probably would
he a statemntpt ater in the da ,
but world not elaborate. '
The Wall Street Journal said
it was understood that all
directors, including those
closely :Issociated withi Mr
Vesco, woulld resign and that a
new board of perhaps three
members would be appointed
with the approval of a federal
judge. l l
New special counsel wil aso
he named. In addition Mr.
Vesco's 25 per cent interest in


the company is to be insulateti
f'rom exercising control.
In its Noveniber 27 suit til
SlIc( contends thiat Mr. Vesco
mnasterminded "one of the
largest securities frauds ever

Mr Vcsc has denied any
wrongdoing and has accused
the SEC( of persecuting him. ie
claims the SEC( is against hi'"
be cause he invested in
underdeveloped countries
Inst eadd of large U'.S.

Mr. Vesco was a director of
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
against whom an action has
been brought by the Overseas
1) e velopment Ban k
Luxem~bourg S.A. to freeze
$155.42 million said to belong
to four lOS funds and
deposited with BC'B for
handling.
Mr. Norman LeBlanc,
managing director of BCB, told
The Tribune today that Mr.
Vesco had resigned as a

dPm wealth Bank alhamas
no record to this effect is to be
f ud in thone registry.


OSCAR JOHISON'S



8 IIII'S IOTOWH M.P.

MRS. SYLVIA JOHNSON,
wife of Ca t Island
representative Oscar Johnson.
is the third female member of
the Progressive Liberal Party to
make a bid for a seat in the
House of Assembly.

today that s wuld hmirmed to
the party's candlidate in the
Bain s Town by ~cection,
providiing Ih ian wir th
support of h ~lonal (ran
Slo meal cofiderl she had
strong swu po t in the district
awt ndid nott considerr beinhea
disadvaratage.>knt ltof
a spoe alalto
political geneehnugs ad h v
Bahamnas on behalf of the PLP
and therefore am well known,"
Mrs. Johnson said.
In addition she has been
active on a large number of
charitable committees and in
church work.
ENCOURAGED
Her decision to enter the
political ring was prompted by
approaches made to her by
residents of Bains Town. "I
was encouraged by the
enquiries I subsequently made
and by the support I received,"
she said.
A career woman as well as a
mother of six Mrs. Johnson
runs her husband's printing
firm Craftsman Press as well as
her publishing firm Johnson
Publications.
Other PLP members hoping
to wmn tSirn pry'Csrnoninaiaon

defeated at Clarence Town in
the September general elect onp
Dr dd t anoPNy sdefeane Mr.

go en r-dest taltee Mil nButi r
Sr., whose new appointment
after independence will create
the Bain's Town vacancy.
PLP women who have

ankae arem eDr Ioi Jhs
former Minister of Transport
and Senate leader, Mrs. Mizpah

T rule n, 2 who was de eat d

Both Dr. Johnson and Mrs.
Tertul en are currently serving

There is no indication when
the by-election is likely to be
called


Generally expressing the
views of the small audience,
Mr. Norman Solomon (M.P. St.
George's) said he was
concerned with how best to
keep children out of the
theatre without resorting to
law, although he did not
believe in censorship for adults.
The people who can be most
adversely affected are 12, 13,
14 and 15. All the government
has to do is issue student cards

cids agwo deore heis a wed
into the movies, said Mr.
Solomon.
"The Censorship Board
would then have to determine
at what age a person can get
in.
The discussion on the
sociological effects of screen









FIRE BOMBED

A FIREBOMB thrown at an
evan list tent meeting Sunday
night caused a near panic
before it was estinguished by

fireE elist S. G. Cole told
The Tribune that he was
preaching in the Big Tent at
the corner of Lincoln

Aenuea hen wanht appeared t
be a bright light suddenly fel
in the bushes just outside and
exploded into flames.
"There' were about 1,000
3el uderutse te a d
fire started, and there was
near pandemonium," Mr. Cole

en ranane no catm ::
firemen to extinguish the

bl. Cole said the firebomb
fell about 15 to 20 feet short
of the tent, and immediately
ignited the dry bush.
If it had landed on the tent
it would have had tragic
consequences, he declared.
It is not known who threw
the bomb.






A 36-year-old Laird Street
man is in "fair" condition in
the Princess Margaret
Hospital's intensive care unit
today following a lamp
explosion at his home on Laird
Srutbeary eong ay carpenter

c pana lecalsuconst~ruc ion
degree burns to his face, chest
and arms, a hospital spokesman

His sister, Miss Loretta
Young, told The Tribune the
electricity was off when her
brother got up at about 7 a.m.
Tuesday. When he attempted
to light a kerosene lamp, it
exploded, she said.


SALE

NIGHT
STAND



NASSAU ONLY


violence was held at St.
Margaret's Hall, Kemp Road.
Taking part on the panel were:
Mr. Errington Thompson from
the Kemp Road Youth for
Action; Mrs. Jan Rahming,
chairman of the Mental
Hie alth 's Fam ily Life
Committee and a parent; St.
Anne's school student Michelle
Turnquest and Mr. Duke
Missick, manager of the Wulff
Road Theatre,
NOT REPRESENTED
A representative from the
Ministry of Home Affairs
which is responsible for films'
was unable to attend.
Mr. Thompson said he
resented the word censorship
because he didn't think anyone
should stop him from seeing
what he wanted.
"However the Censorship
Board should deal more with
the problem of whether young
people. who should not see
these films are kept from doing
so.
"Theatre managers he
added, "should have strict
reglaios -. who can s
these films, and identity cards
can assist in this."
Mr. Thompson maintained
that the young people exposed
to such films as "Superfly
vvhieh deals with a drug push re
find a number of young people
seeing these movies and
adopt ng some ofttheir i eas.

brutality and drug taking is on
The Kemp Road youth


leader pointed out that the
Bahamas was moving into a
new era, but if it was going to
succeed as a nation it had to
put its priorities right-
FIND PROBLEM
"The young people of today
are the adults of tomorrow.
The world is changing so we
have to find out where the
problem is and how best to
handle it. We should look into
the Censorship Board and see
howkthey are carrying out their
Mr. Missick a ged that
young people no longer wlent
tointhe lamovies Lto se
,,ndrll"or "Ltl e
Ridn gHo. t l vioe eareegong

raeto tate t ue ay ron'
as certain types of books," he
sai .
Sometimes, he explained,

teate wIshmu oldtr m n
and said they were adults. He
was not in a position to
challenge that if the girl looked
could notk. thei chidr
home he could not turn them
away if they came with an
adult, Mr. Missick said.
In addition people coming
to the movies were looking for
action.b there did one draw th

violence. He said children
would respond according to
their state of mind to begin
wih"We should appeal to
parents to help. We don't
knock the Censorship Board-


Anything they want us to take
out we take out," he added-
His comnme nts were
supported by Miss Turnquest,
who said that young people
liked to see sex and violence in
films and then wanted to do
the same thing.
t EXPERIMENT
"Young people like to
experiment. Some start on
drugs, alcohol and violence. As
they do not have original ideas
they look to the movies.
Young people a re
impressionable. Many boys
look to "Superfly" and
"Shaft" as heroes, because
"they don't see anythinS
wrong with sex and violence."
Mrs. Rahming said she didn't
think anyone could be
prevented from seeing violence,
but at no point was there any
ethical treatment of these
subjects. They were presented
as if they occurred every day.
She referred to "Straw
Dogs" as the most violent film
she had ever seen but a "very
ethical" one. It dealt, she said.
with a pacifist trying to
destroy violence who himself
becomes violent. "It was both
ethical and thought-
provoking."
On the other h nd the fil s

maigess st eam n nioh Ins
One of the most disturbi -
aspects of the horror films thn8
catered to children was that

fa eeworckhilre refe dnce i
which to assimilate and judge
such films, unlike an adult.
"The basis of judgment in
nude and sex films should be
whe:her they have adn ethics
concerned so much with the
scene as the message it is trying
tobang across," Mrs. Rahming

MONEY
mers Violetttee Z dni neen
observed that money appeared
to be the major consideration
where the movie operators
were concerned. "Rage," for
example, had been booked in
at one of the Drive-ins but was
pulled after one or two
showings because it was not
making money, she had been
told.
Other audience members
complained that movie-goers
were not given a choice of
films as the scene appeared to
be dominated by films "on a
rather moronic level. .
"How do you explain a
monster raping a woman and
the woman nursing her baby

e pain tht to t o- ear- ldu
Should ratherisexp mnna lal

natural," commented Mrs.

S said the only objection
raised by the Censorship Board
to the banned "Women in
Love" was that it showed a
scene of two men fighting
nu e.
Mrs. Barbara Deveaux, who
served as the evening's
moderator, pointed out that
film importers had to buy a
film package from their
distributors. As a result a great
many distasteful films found
their way in,
Mr. Thompson observed that
while identity cards for young
people would never close the
loophole completely, they
could reduce the problem to a
minimum.


LOCaI |ISy01010 ISt WfrnS


enhankchddron hanot





By MIKE LOTHIAN
SCHOOLAGE CHILDREN must be "very careful" about their
sexuality because of increasing venereal disease, the "religious
connotation and the effects it can have on future
opportunities", clinical psychologist Dr. Timothy McCartney
warned eighth and ninth graders at C.I. Gibson Junior High
School on Thursday.
His warning followed an about it. So many of us are
eplana ion tof tsexualith an t gn rant of sexuality and what

recognize that sexuality, and really sit down and tell us the
other feelings, are all very facts of life."
natural, very normal." Dr. McCartney stressed that

dis during sxuabrttnacspart of1 p x ialy ipsneede or ro a d
six-week course on family life sociological growth," and
being conducted at the School pointed out that sexuality
by Miss Audrey Deveaux of the itself was determined by
Education Ministry. physical, psychological and
RAa pch logist atiSandilands social fractnors evyed though
llill, Dr. McCartney shied away male or female by sexual
from preaching morals tothe organs.

1er ,l, bat el add hean .Btit yOr thn ts ci

too-curly intercourse. thing. It determines what
that itnot ed lso o ( n d dr clothes youtawear,o i
learn too much about sex from yowakndhwouctin
our mothers or fathers because temofwtisxpteof
they won't sit down and talk vnia ar i papi h


social roles. In the Bahamas
these roles have been clearly
defined. For instance, we find
a man getting uptight about
washing dishes."
While everyone has "actual
sexual impulses and instincts,
there are problem areas."
He said "there is the disease
factor," and sexuality also has
religican connotations.
"We have to recognize that
sexuality, and our feelings, are
all very natural, very normal.
"But at this stage in life "
Dr. McCartney told tl c
childreln,in'we havsextsal yevery


hahena p deals isease an t
Bahamas was just about wiped
outa but nowoit is on the r *
are running about with every
Tom, Dick and Harry.',
He added that "I think you
boys have in your minds some
type of woman you would
eventually like to marry, and
you girls have some idea of the
kind of man you'd like to
marry. You don't want
someone who is running
around with every Tom, Dick
and H~arry, or who is
irreJsponsible. In order for us to
respect you, you must have
respect for yourself. You must
protect your sexuality for the
time when you can utilize it
for your own good, your own
benefit."


The hearing could have been
completed today, but
Magistrate Kenneth McAlister
was occupied with "other
pressing matters" this morning,
and the continuation of the
preliminary inquiry had not
started when The Tribune
telephoned Freeport at 12:45.
Policeman Spurgeon Dames,
24, and ex-policeman Leroy
McLean, 35, are charged with
kidnapping, attempted
extortion, burglary with intent
to commit a felony, assault
with a deadly instrument and
possession of firearms in the

Ad ea Spelncer, /2 fro t
Abacore Drive, Lcay home

Bob Spencer.

whether Pt cre tis sufef cie
evidence to commit the two
men to trial mn the Supreme
Court, began on Monday and
continued throughout the day.

Wedn sdanexafteh on, anas
further rt stimony was heard
Thursday afternoon. A police
sok sman said Wednesda
spa tes ayain wa ceu
to continue: an fr10ay, with
Mr. McAlister's decision
expected late in the afternoon.
But a spokesman said today
there was no evidence heard in
the case this morning.
The spokesman said if the
hearing conrtinuea this
bfeno blca dedj lonndwould


there was no testimony this
afternoon, he said, the hearing
would run into Tuesday. Nine
witnesses, including Mr. and
Mrs. Spencer, had testified by
the end of Thursday's hearing.
Eight more witnesses are
expected to give evidence.
The kidnapped child's father
was manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada in Freeport.
Her abductors demanded
$250,000 ransom for her safe
return.
However, Andrea, who had
been tied up in an abandoned
church in the remote Pine
fRig arae outside Freep e ,
morningwaod Machmneabas

bushes by three visitors to the

t touri tow k n reea to hr
parent's home.


GUY FAWKES
FUNERAL

FUNERAL SERVICES for
Mr. John W. ("Guy") Fawkes,
who died at the Rassin Clinic
yesterday morning after a long
illness, will be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow at St. Anne's
Church, Fox Hill. Bishop
Donald Knowles and Canon
A ddington Johnson will
perform the service.
Interment wdi follow in St.
Anne's cemetery.


three-year sentence, and
Edison Bullard, also convicted
ifouthe lowered eorre neda

tunitns of housebreaking and
Hie also asked the court to
rae unto onsi e attionga 55
him by police. He admitted the
offences The offences, the
court was told, involved. over
$38,000.
The Crown did not proceed,
against Eugene Neely, Donald
Farrington and Allen Poitier
who were charged separately
with unlawful carnal
knowledge and Leroy Rolle,
accused of burglary and
Wilkerson Francis and Warren
C r r ry c ha rge d wi th
housebreaking and stealing.
In closing the Assiles, Sir
Gordon thanked Mrs.
Bostwick, and the police
officers for their help during
the sessions.


Prior to declaring the
sessions closed, Sir G~ordon also
t~raearsed t~he cae roldStaf or
s nnag 35 hal ge ge

with attempted murder. A
noll prose uiowhs rtret dt i

request of Crown Counsel Mrs
Janet Bostwick.
Sentenced this morning were
Leon Joseph, Maitland Morris,
Freeman Butler and Edison
Bullard. Joseph was sentenced
to 18-months imprisonment on
each of three counts of
housebreaking and stealing.
receiving and housebreaking
and stealing. He sentenced
Morris, 24, to 12-months for
three courts of fraud arising
out of an incident at Treasure
Cay last year, August 30.
Butler, referred to the
Supreme Court for sentencing
after being convicted in the
lower court, received a


10fAS' With SEC ig




$224 Alill0Hn ff80l Suit
INTERNATIONAL CO~NTROLS CORPORATION, formeriv
headed by financier Robert Vesco. has agreed to terms which
removes it as a defendant in the civil securities fraud suit being
brought by the Securities Exchange Commission against Mr.
Vesco, The Wall Street Journal said today.


OHHM~B DOI'SOR S ORI D











PANNELLISTS AND LISTENUERS at a Mental Health Association discussion of films last night agreed that a
form of identification for young people was probably the most effective way of screening those wishing to see
movies classified as suitable only for adults.


PI IllCISIOH 11 Spencer





kin Fepots expectedutl Mondayadtmynocme


Ug gagaggg avegmwe wr as

THE JANUARY CRIMINAL SESSIONS of the Bahamas
Supreme Court were officially closed this morning by Chief
Justice Sir Gordon Bryce after he passed sentence in the cases of
four men whose sentences had been deferred.




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FISH DYING; BY THE THOUSANDS
MIAMI, MARCHl 16 (AP)- Thousands of dead fish surfaced in the green
dant trs gf eian sa o Thursday, succumbing after a macabre death
Feaing that the mysterious fish killer may also harm humans, lraida
State Marine Patrol officers have sealed off a lo~square?-mile portion of
Biscayne Bay to swimming, fishing and water sports.
Wy Nds som whe remis tor rthe I hde sunt a slutio Cott t~
Bay and adjoining canals. Nystroln said he saw thousands more "dancng
and twirling in the water."
He said marine scientists have ruled out pollution as the cause of the fish
kill. "It seems to be ai type of mother nature disease. So, far we've been
unable to pinpoint the cause," he said,
Colin Morrissey, County- Pollution Control director,. described the
unusual dance of death: "They start to twirl and spin right down to the
bottom. It is apparently something that effects the nervous system."
He said microbiologists at the University of Miami are working on the
problem.
THIRD PHASE OF PRISONER RELEASE COMPLETED
CLARK AIR lIASE, PH(ILLIPP'IINS (AP) Thirty-two more American
prisoners of war arrived in the Philippines todfay aboard an air force
hospital plane. The 27 military men and five civilins were freed earlier in
Hanoi, complnleting the third phase of the prisoner release.
The men freed today had been captured by the Viet Cong in South
vietnam. They jonn 108 former prisoners released by North Vietnam
Wednesday, and two Vietnam war pilots freed by China yesterday.
Among the 32 men arriving at CJlark Air IBase today was 39-year-old
Major Eloyd Thompsion of I ort Bra~gg North Carolina. He was held
Arione lnge rthan any theirr AmericmAm anc nMarh I ap 4.wa i n
yesterday as it tried to land near T'am Ky along South Vietnam's central
coast. The helicopter, carrying members of the Jo~int Military C:ommission,
w no peItlit, but tetn sotng focdcneti of the grtC's pisanned
says it was communist fire.
NO MJKOR MEDI AL PROB EMS AMONG oR aEASErD Ps
major medical problems among the 32 Americans released by the Viet
Cong today. Tfhe senior officer told the welcoming crowd at Clark Air Base
he has no do~ubts that the heavy bombing of Hanoi and Haiphong helped
speed the end o~f the war. Air Focrce C:olonel Theodore G;uy of Tucson,
tArizona nunmented a'W edama gr tfuletnha cehad a lPas dnti that ae
Presdent Nixon for bringing them home with dignity and honour.
A P.O.W. who, was released earlier had some differing views. Air Force
icaj Huier Iv`e stnc larsug avestdeV arniasays be thinhlu
P.O.W.'s definitely were endangered by the bombing raids. Viesher says he
was hit by a piece of shrapnel during one of the raids on Hanoi.
COUNTER CHARGES BY Ni. VIETNAM
mSeA n;N (Al)-the Vetn (on cau ge etra ntghe pcs shpping "ear

psalihd 1 m tsa I..sy it iteret tr eageeet e a s alwnot
Menwfuile, the editor of North Vietnamn's party newspaper says the U.S
is delaying the removal of mines fro~m North Vietnameue coastal waters.
The official also told the A.P's Horst Iauis the aIrmed conflict has ended but
the struggle begun by H~o Chi Minh continues. He says thle North
Vietnamese policy now is to use non-violent political means, and that
Hfanoi its prepared to be patient about reunification.
SITUATION IN WOUNDED KNEE ENCOURAGING
WOUNDED) KNIIE. SOUTH DAhKOTA (AP)- A Methodist minister
mediating the indian dispute at Wounded Knee, Southl Dukota says the
talk swe nsot resumed yesterday Attorney General H-arlington Wood returns to Wounded Knee frorn
consultations in washington.
An attorney for the American Indian Movement, Kamon Roubideaux,
sa fd Mra t fals a te msrve yimentouprre are for further peace talks.

'AMERICANS DID NOT HAVE IDEAL TO FIGHT FOR'
SAIGON, MARCH 16 (AP')- The Viet Cong general whose troops
battled U.S. forces in the Saigon region for seven years says the Americans
were good, courageous men and better equipped than his own, but they

~fot~B L Cen Tood~u~ fighters..n mhee isno d din boctk thi
party Thursday night. "But every army must have aI cause and ours was
natianst Ifberation," he continued. "Soldiers who fight for an ideal will
always defeat those who don't have one, even if they are not as well
equipped. The Americans did not have an ideal to fight for. "
The party was given by Canadian peacekeeping Jtficials for their visiting
Foreign Minister, Mitchell Sharp. It was the first time western newsmen
have been able to talk at length with the Viet Cong general who, reportedly
commanded the 1968 attack against Saiglon and the attacks last year
aron An13scand aln ihwa w 3no on Saigent t


WEALTHY BETTING PARLOUR OWNER KILLED
BELFAST (AP)- A bomb at his home has killed the wealthy Roman
Cathotlc owner of more than 20 betting parlours In Northern Ireland. The
bomb exploded as the victim, Larry McMahon, answered the doorbell at
hishoelinsuburb epoifs on Cyprus last night is being attributed to
supporters of President Makarios. The 24 bombings caused much property
damage but no reported casualties. They follow 18 bombing the day
before that were attributed to followers of pro-Grece general George

OIL COMPANIES TOTAL SURRENDER TO IRAN
ISFAHAN, CENTRAL (RAN (AP)- The Shah of Iran claimed F~riday
that western oil companies have 'totally surrendered' to Iran and have
handedover Yulicontrol' of olloperations.
Addressing a huge crowd of steel mill workers at a dedication ceremony
at the Isfahan Aryamehr steel mill, the Shah denied some western press
claims that the western oil consortium had retained partial control of oil
I operations and said 'the~y have handed over to us total and real operation
of the oil industry of Iran with the ownership of all Installations."
B itsh. A iaen, 197nc ud nuDcht eompae oe dtitnhgin rnta~t th s
country will not renew the current 25-yeacr oil agreement when it expired
In 1978 and that they should hand over the operation to Iran and sign a
20.or-25-yearr oil supply contract.
During later meetings the oil companies agreed to the Shah's demand
and are now drafting in Tehran respective agreements, he said.
NO TRIAL NOW IF HEART OPERATION TAKES PLACE
MIAMI (AP)- Meyer Lansky, reputed underworld fna~ncia wizard, was
to undergo open heart surgery Friday to replace a defective heart artery,
his attorney said.
After disclosing his client's illness, E David Rosen appealed to U.S. Dist.
Judge Joe Eaton to postpone Lansky's income trax trl scheduled for next
Wednesday.
Eaton postponed ruling on Rosen's request, saying "if the man has open
heart surgery ... he will not have to go on tril Wednesday. If not, he will
go on tria."
Rosen said doctors at St. Francis hospital scheduled the survey after
observing a cardiogram change which occurred after Lansky, 72, was
convictd Feb. 28 on criminal contempt charges.


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Office in Pekmng
By Frances Iewane
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon announced Thursday
the aponmn f vtr ambassador David K. E. Bruce to
head a liaison office in Peking, to improve relations between the
United States and Communist China.


The news brought a faint raly of
hope to a dark scene of industrial
unrest which also has hit the
nation's hospitals, gas supplies and
government administration service.
The three rail unions,
represnting driers, porters and
ticket clerks, accepted an invitation
to meet the state rail board to
discuss the drlwrs' pay dispute. The
drivers want an immediate hike of
$22.20 a week on their basic rate of
$74.40. The Conservative
government's ant~inflationary
measures impose a limit of $2.40 a
week plus 4 per cent of basic rates
in all wage increases.rime Minister
Edward Heath was reported
determined to realst all demands for
more.
The train drivers have been
working to rule, refusing to take
thSn m ng wth tom esuc h
torn seat or dirty windows Their

sains In suhast aodd of l
services to other areas drastically.
The drivers also have called for
total stoppages for next Sunday
hand Tlumbay dTheir agraemnt th
reacted toughly to a rails board
decision earlier to cut the mileage
b fon driver rhefusn I 4aske o
trains for reasons .considered
pet.HOSPITALS HIT

cIt Birmlingham OBritain's sercann

inke ot rof e deupertmn o
walkout cloead 98 per cent of the
industrial city's relief offices until
Monday. The civil servants are
protesting a government freeze of a
recommended 20 per cent pay hike.
In Liverpool, ae major port in
northwestern England, 6 hosspha s
by more than 300 cateringworkers
from midnight Sunday. The
hao a ntls tberaidemergency
patients. Strikes also hit hospitals in
other regions, as those who
normally do the cleaning,
launden dn a cooking and serving

The hospital workers are
protesting the government's freeze
on wage increases and claiming they
constitute a special case as low-paid
workers.


ByWllll F. Nichoson
PANAMA, March 16 (AP)- The United States, not
unexpectedly, is bein vilified before the United Nation security
Concil meetlag here as a 20thmecntury colonialist ppwer wvith
"clawing and perfidfious appetites.


While he was upgrading the
peacef ul relations with
mainland China, the President
issued a warning to the North
Vietnamese not to "lightly
disregard" U.S. expressions of
concern over reports of their
infiltration of heavy
equipment, including tanks,
down the Hfo Chi Minh Trail
since the cease-fire.
In a news conference, Nixon
said such violations could have
"rfather serious consequences,"
although he said he hoped that
wonl not be the case.

"aedB 'oon ey ,cin x3

should not lightly disregard
such expressions of concern"
about cease-fire violations
The President launched his
third news conference of the
year with an announcement
that Bruce would be chief of
the liaison o fice, launching the

cotacts wt thex Cm~muni t
Chinese in over 20 yean .
While the United States still

reins uio 'sdchoc of t e

ambassador, who has been in
retirement, provided a high
level of representation that had
not been expected.
Bruce, who served under
four Presidents and has been an
ambassador to West Germany,
Britain and France, and headed
the U.Stadkelegation t the Pa i
peace tls in 1907, w l
head a 30-member office. :
The Chinese will shortly
nme the chief olf their lialon

Washington,
GREAT STATURE
Nixon said that he had
called Ambassador Bruce out
ou retire ven etans I
to appoint a man of great
stature to this position. The
Chinese accepted that view
themselves the President
noted. '
Nixon said he wanted to



the Peoples Republic of China
as the beginning "of a longer
journey ... in which we will
have our differences but one in
fhc the most populous
nation of te world and the
United States of America can
work together where their
fntereet dn teedefor te casu
the Pacific and in the world "
The fact that B MCC,
although a Democrat, has not
been engaged in partisan
politics and had served under
Presidents of both parties
prvded bipria fla r
wih Niaonip tianindicaes
our intention that this
initiative will continue in the
future, whether the Presidency
is occupied by a Democrat or

Renu ai ky comment on the
latest reorts of cease-fire
violations in Vietnam, Nixon
said he was more concerned
over the reported infiltration
of heavy equipment exceeding
the amounts agreed upon in
the peace settlement, than over
the infiltration of new troops.
He said "no new equipment
is allowed under the
agreement" which "steps up
the capacity of the North
Vietnamese or the Viet
Cong to wage war in the
South."
He said he thought the


cease-fire violations would be
reduced over a period of time,
but that the United States had
e pressed its concern to the
North Vietnamese and "other
interested parties" about the
equipment infiltration.
Nixon moved, during the
past four years, to move troops
into Cambodia, to mine the
rivers and harbours of North
Vietnam and to resume the
bombing of Hanoi and
Haiphong when the North
Vietnamese did not respond to
his request to negotiate

hn the issued hisd wan
Turs ay, he reminded th
North Vietnamese of "my
actions over the past four
years "
One reason for less concem
over the infiltration of troops,
Nixon said, was that "they
could be simply replacement
personnel."
While he has been
concentrating in recent years

Iod th nw nco fr nceN th

he om pndedadit at h e
consi er "urgent travel" to
Europe because of NATO
interests and to Latin America,
Africa and Japan lest these
friends think that America
d oe sn't c are a bou t
them. Nixon noted that he
has not visited Latin America
or Africa as President.
He said he is considering a
trip sometime around summer
and "there will probably be a
trip irt the fall," but he gave no
zbnd action of where he would

XXX


WASHINGTON (AP)- Here
are key points made by
President Nixon at his news
conference Thursday,
CHINA: Vetera di lomat
David K. Bruce will head a U.S.
liaison office in Peking.
VIETNAM: The North
Vit aese shoulxdprTot ih

concerneabout violations of the

EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE:
He challe gd the Senate to a
su ree csourtotwst oerl hi

counsel, John W. Dean III, to
testify at hearing on the
nomination of L.nP trick Gray
Ill to be FBI director.
STOC KPILE S: T he
administration will sell metals
and other materials from its
stockpiles in a move to push
down prices,
FOOD PRICES: He ruled
out price controls on food and
said decisions of the Ahmerican
housewife on wat se buys
are a powerful weapon in
combatting high prices.


BROADCASTING INDUSTRY
'HAS SOME RESPONSIBILITY
WASHINGTON ( AP) -
Broadcasters were cautioned
Thursday that if they don't cut
down on violence, obscenity and
vulgarity in radio and television
programmes Congress may legislate
some regulations.
Chairman Harley Staggrs,
(D-W.Va) of the House Commerce
Committee told Vincent T.
Wastlewski, president of the
Naltonal Association of
Broadcasters, that there's too much
violence, obscentity and vulgarity.
"The time has come for the
broadcasting industry to make
some rules now before Congrss
does," he said,


The anti-U.S. attack
mounted Thursday at the
inaugural session of the
week-long meeting was led by
Cuba, Peru and host-country
Pggg .
They focused on the
COntroversial Panama Canal
Zone, which has been under
control of the United States
since a 1912 treaty. Panama
wants the 550 square-mile
parcel, which contains the vital
canal link between the Atlantic
and Pacific, under its
juris anian strongman,
Brig. Gen. Omar Torrijos led
off the attacks with a tough
speech before the crowded
cuncil opening accijing tha

colonialist enclave in the heart
"ofna t wrl here present
we ask moral support in this
fight which is now reaching the
limits of the patience of our
people,"S clRPR Eor, o

U.S ambassador Jhn Scat
United Nations, said he was a
"bit surprised" by the
sharpness the general's words
"We hop he r hi
pole toe co urs" es s l
ne men "th pa ncheoft hi
people is directly related to
what he says.,,
Cuban foreign minister Raul
Roa, speaking as a guest of the
Security council, which is
meeting for the first time in
Latin America at the invitation
ofPanama to discuUs he Zone,

predatory nation with "clawing
and per iious appet : s.
"The highest aspirations of
th a hmanian apeol I s
hmanity and not for an
acquatic monopoly. A canal
flanked by shipyards and
factories not by military bases
and green beret factories," Roa
declared.
Peru's foreign mamister, Brig;
GIn mMi uel UAnigel ddtLa Flo ,

s'Ta trtand 1econonic
America. He also accused the
U.S. of economic aggression in
th rgin
eAr ssdor Scali, using his
right of reply, hit back at Roa,
calling him "a self appointed
spokesman of a people whose
condition nlust arouse pity in


us all ..
UNWORTHY
'His accusations are so wild
and so reckless that they are
unworthy of a reply Scali
said.
The U.S. delegation came to
Panama expecting to be
publicly pilloried over the
status of the Canal Zone
which is the subject of bilateral
negotiations between both
Panama and Washington
The United States recognizes
the need for a modification of
kheold breat ond is wli
But U.S. state department
delegates here worry that the
Security Council will be turned
into a publicity platform for
the Panamanians and their
supporters which will harden
tbhaeattitudes of Congressmen

RSpen lStrom Thurmon~d h
Carolina, told the Senate
Thursday that Congress will

near national zat in i of tt
He acsd the State
Department of "inter erence
in a matter which is
' 'essentially un de r
Congressional jurisdiction."
"Congressioni l juris ition
is not a negot abe artil by
the state department," he said
"Fanoama Ind te g ie
mis aen i eytk f the think
otherwise.

delegat embehere expre se
concern about the future of
U.S.-Panama negotiations
should the attack continue
during the week-long meeting

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PARIS (AP)-T United States
and 13 Important trading nations
agrad Friday ont ways to end the
monetary crisis and pet an orderly
syrt-,.of exchanging thek
They said that each one will be
ready to go into the mrket in close
consultation with the others to
trade one currency against another.
George P. Shultz, Secrtry of
the Treasruy, agrad on behald of
the United States to review
measures that might make it easir
for capital to flow Into the United
States. He also said the United
States would look into action that
would encourage the 80 billion
dollars now deposited abroad to
flow back to the United States "as
market conditions permit*"
Thues funds are American dollars
deposited outside the United
States, known as Euredollrars One
way to bring some of them back
would be to raise latteret trtes in
the United States.

western trading nations on
cooperation to support the dollar*
Bt the pre 1 e xtent adm ature
not known partly because It
wou depend nthe state of world

The dollar rappeared today to
need no special support, at leat in
early European trading. It rose in
Frankfurt, Zurich and Milan, and
held steadv in Paris.
"SWAP" ARRANGEMENT
Finance minister Vblery Glacard
DEsan me nhrnced rthe chairma
there was a convergence of views
between Treassy Secretary George
West German officials said Shultz
hadtage dA lhtifnuld y the


ner ths d an emnh a t
II.75 billion dollars worth of
foreign currencies are available,
which the U.S. Federal Reserve
System can borrow to intervene in
markets. At what point Prsident
conidr it a berr t o tiso wa
not made clear that would be too
Bood atlp Ttothesrpeculators.
The West Germans also said the
m ~ures o e ourg the trotumn t
the United States of short-term
capital. Agai, the time and the
circumstances were lft vague.
ontheotlw caitol fom th
the end of 1974. The West Germans
quoted him as explaining that this
was planned on the assumption that
wAmu icah intenrnatioal payments
alhe Wast emusn acal mndispdd
that they are ready to use the swap
arrangements and that these might
even be expanded*
REALISTIC RATEs
The alr quted Shultz
telling he 13 ote countries as thu
meeting that present exchange rates
are realistic from the viewpoint of
r ad t prtate Uo mnai te

soo &csa uin uesmof e8oldheb
central banks.
Japan's finance minister, Klichi
Alshi, told reporters that Shultz
hdpepnon over te reqbuess tfor
Sovernments of the European
Common Market. Shultz agreed
only, he said, on the general idea of
espig u ourr ge dolle and on
There was no immediate
comment from U.S, spokesmen.
Glacard called the results of the
meeting "positive" and predicted a
general agreement. Shultz, he said,
had answered the question put to
him on defending the dollar.
FouR PoINTs
dThe West German view of what
summarized in what the officials
said were four agreed points:
The United States is ready to
help support the price of the dollar.
Six West European countries
fioatin their currncies together
time to time in what is called a
"dirty float." Shultz said the
United States Is ready to cooperate
in the existing system and present
rates can be considered realistic.
All participants are ready to
se the swap arragements If
necessary. These arrangements
could be expanded, but it would
have to be decided when and how.
The United States is eady, if
necessary, to take measures to
encourage the return of "hot
money" invested abroad.
All countries concerned will
strengthen their efforts against
inflation. The West Germans said
this could mean that the United
States will at some time push its
intreret rates higher.


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Beflg Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E.H. DUPUCH, Pubitaker/Editorl1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.LItt., LL.D.
Pubushr/rEditor 19171972
ContrriurIna Eddrorl1972.
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Publsher/lEditor 1972.
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Too bad, too sad, too late?


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
I WRITE articles for this column every week and send them
back to Nassau on Monday by my wife, who spends the weekends

Sometimes I write three or four. At other times I write as
many as fifteen. This week I have written eight.
It all balances out so that I have an average stockpile of a
dozen in Nassau on which my daughter the present editor, can

Very often an article appears three or four weeks after I have
written it because the really topical subjects are used by my
daughter as soon as possible.
I only know when my wife brings me a file of papers at the
week's end what has been published.
Every once in a while I find her holding back a couple of my
hot potatoes ... and I would like to wring her little neck. But
there isn't anything I can do about it. She is now the Editor. That
means she is the boss. And I never question the decisions of
anyone I place in authority because no one can function
efficiently under any form of restraint.
2* * ** *
I remember recently I made a complimentary reference to the
Hon. Darrell Rolle, Minister of Transport. I recall saying that he
had straightened out this Ministry and, from reports reaching me
from inside the department, I felt that he was an honest young
man and that he was trying to be fair. At the time of writing this
article the article about Mr. Rolle had not been published.
* ~** ******
Nothing has happened since then to cause me to change that
opinion.
But since I wrote that article Mr. Rolle gave an interview to
The Miami Herald in which he expressed views revealing that he is
fully indoctrinated with the unsound PLP philosophy. ,
* * *** *
The interview was opened with an attack on "hit and run"
foreign journalists who were misled by an inadequate local press
combined with what in the past has been an emotional political
opposition to make it easy for the foreign correspondents to go
astray.
He blamed the foreign press for creating the impression that
the Bahamas wished to exclude foreign investment.
"LWe are every bit interested in attracting clean investment
which is sensitive to the needs and aspirations of our people. "
+* * ** **
What does Mr. Rolle mean by "clean" investment?
Was he thinking of Dr. Cruz and the British-American Bank?
Some names of people in or near the Government were
mentioned in the Cruz affair.
In any other part of the world ... may I borrow Mr. Rolle's
word "clean" and say "clean" world?.... there would have been a
public investigation into this affair. But, as far as I have been able
to find out, the situation on this front seems to have been quietly
glossed over.
Only the hundreds of "clean", honest small people all over the
world who had deposits in this bank are still alive to this affair.
** ** ** *
By "qplean" investment ... does he mean foreign money that
financed another bank ... managed by inexperienced local people
... that also went bust ... leaving more "clean" and trusting
investors all over the world holding an empty bag?
Does he mean the enormous sum of money that has been
frozen by the Supreme Court on an application from powerful
financial interests in Europe?
There are a lot of reports going around using "certain"
Bahamian names in connection with local investments involving
large chunks of money from a certain bank. These names have
had a remarkable way of recurring in deals of this kind in recent
years.
+* *** +* +* *
What exactly does Mr. Rolle mean by "clean investment that is
sensitive to the needs and aspirations of our people"?
Mr. Rolle spells his meaning out clearly for everyone to see and
understand.
The Herald article reported that Mr. Rolle made it "quite clear
that he believes the Bahamas have the natural attractions, the
human resources and the stable political climate to be successful
as an independent country.
Moreover, he insisted that the goals of his Govemment and the
goals of the foreign investor are parallel, not contradictory.
He was quoted as saying that "the Government of the Bahamas
for some time has been pursuing what we call the joint venture
concept and this is lusically our philosophy "
"To him," the article stated, "this means a sensible sharing, a
partnership in ventures conceived both with a profit in mind for
the investor and with benefits in mind for the Bahamas."
Mr. Rolle told the Herald reporter that "for companies coming
into the Bahamas where the amount of capital is very, very
extensive, then you may find the Govemnment is interested in
participating in that.
"Not from the point of view that they want to be a domestic
investor in every enterprise that comes in the Bahamas," he said.
"I do not believe that is the proper role of Government. But more


in the sense that they want to show the private investor that not
only Govemnment is interested in having them here, but
Government is prepared to assume the sarme Hisks. "
** ** ** *
I have said that I believe Mr. Rolle to be basically an honestt
young man. And so a statement of this kind must be attributed to
his youth and inexperience.
What does he mean when he parrots the Government's
"philosophy") of "the joint venture concept"?
In a joint venture all the parties engaged in an enterprise are '
expected to put up a share of the money.
No money has been appropriated by the legislature
authorizing the Government to invest in private enterprise.
It is well known that some of the local people who have
suddenly blossomed out in major enterprises didn't have enough
money of their own to buy a tin po when the PLP gained control
of the Government. Where does all this money suddenly come


NOW...










EEN NSGh DRESSES
PATIO WEAR &
PANT SUITS


immlm


from?
Is the public to assume that by joint enterprise thle foreign
investor is expected to put up all the money, place it ulndcr the
control of inexperienced local management and thenl cut certain
peoptehi isnth cae w he please tell the public what risks thle
Government or any local person involved in thlis kinld of joilt
enterprise takes?
I)* * ** *
All I can say is that any investor who puts his moneyc in this
kind of enterprise is either highly questionable or has a ho;le in his
head.
Should you wonder that quality tourists are no longrl~ com~ring
to the formerly fashionable Bahamas ... that thle buildings boom
which provided employment for thousands of our people is
steadily declining ... that the Cayman Islands is now bursting with
investment money that had been coming to the Bahamas? '
** +*s* ***
The Govemnment can go on fooling the racially emotive
Bahamian people ... and members of the Opposition can now try
to soft-pedal the situation.
Incidentally, I might point out a significant reference to the
Opposition by Mr. Rolle when he said that "an inadequate local
press has combined with wlut in the past has been an emotional
political opposition ..."
Pray tell me .... what does Mr. Rolle mean by "in the past, '
Does this mean that his Govemnment feel that they are something
different "in the present '?
It is unfortunate that the Government has stepped out of its
own small pond and is now trying to jostle giants in the big ponds
of the world.
First real reaction is the strike by Florida stevedores against
ships leaving Miami ports for the Bahamas.
Was this action caused by "an inadequate local press' ?
Has the Prime Minister chosen to make an appointment to a
sensitive top diplomatic position of a person whose at titude
towards Britain in the past was far from friendly?
I received a letter from a highly placed man in Britain this
week asking the question:
"Is it true that Alvin Braynen is the High Commissioner
designate?"
In view of public statements about England and Englishmen
made by Mr. Braynen during the independence campaign it seems
that the question should have been: "Could it possibly be true
that Alvin Braynen is the High Commissioner designate?"
This reference, of course. is to the post in London.
The British and American governments may find it politic to
try and play a diplomatic game with an independent Bahamas ...
but nothing that they can do will bring quality tourists back to
the islands ... will bring "clean" investment into the kind of
"joint venture" that seems to be visualized by Government ... will
appease Americans who have been hurt by the PLP Government
... nor will it stop an undercurrent of thought among people in
Britain.
* L~* **
What does Mr. Rolle mean by an "inadequate local press"?
As I have often pointed out in this column The Tributne
doesn't make the news. We only print it. This is our job. This is
our duty.
If the Govemnment makes ugly news we can't ignore it nlor canl
cwe make it pretty.
I have now been in the U.S. for over five months. The
American press knows I have a story to tell. They have been
clamouring for it. I have refused to give any interviews up to this
time and I hope that I won't be forced into a position where 1
feel the need to talk with the foreign press.
But, contrary to :the propaganda the Government has spread
among the people about the "local press", I have done every thing
possible to help, not to hurt the Bahamas.
If the people have chosen to ignore my warnings there isn't
anything I can do about it beyond withdrawing from all activities
in the islands. This I have done beyond writing this daily coclumrn
for The Tribune and I intend to stop doing this soon too.
When the day of reckoning comes the Bahamian people will
hear the echo of my voice and they may want to heed it. Pray
God, it will then not be too late.
In the meantime, need I tell you that I love my homeland ...
that I have many wonderful friends in the Bahamas ... and that I
will do nothing to unnecessarily expose the real facts of life in the
islands unless I find myself forced into this position?
You may believe what you like folks ... but it will be a painful
day when the scales finally fall from your eyes.
+* ** * * *
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: You know something ... I agree
with Mr. Rolle whe~n he says that irresponsible journalists in the
Bahamas do damage to the image of the islands.
I will now tell you a story I forgot to mention in the main part
of this article.
A couple of months ago a group came to Nassau to invest a
large sum of money.
They were pleased with everything they saw. A day before
they returned to the U.S. they read an article in The People,
official organ of the PLP Govemnment. These men had been to
The Tribune office where they had met my daughter.
"It sounds like the Govemment wants only black people in
the islands," they told her, pointing to the article in The People.
They went away and have not returned to the island.
Yes, Mr. Rolle, irresponsible Bahamian journalists do damage
to the image of the colony ... your own PLP journalists!
* * * ****

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Everything has been said, and we are more than seven thousand
years of human thought too late.
JEAN DE LA BRUYERE


Tlhe Public is hereby notified that the
roadway running from the Main Eleuthera Road
North of` Governors Harbour, E~leuthera to the
13anks road at Balara Bay known as Catchment
Roadt will be closed to the public from 5 p.m.
Saturday. 31st March 1973 to 5 p.m. Sunday,


Management
Eleuthera Adventurers Limited
P. O). Box N3709
Nassau, Bahamnas


Cristi ist Near say y


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Friday. Marcht 16, 1973


AUTIn t TVE GO


THE INSTIITU'TE for Mental
.fat rsonsiblearlfort th

Government House gardens.
will conduct a bargain sale on
Saturday oif all those items
unclaimed and held over from
the auc hlon

Beginning at 9 .30 a in
Saturday, items included in the
sale have been priced to enab~le
quick sale, a spokesman for thle
institt~ has said


THE BOARD of Directors
of the American Friends of
Bahamas Foundation, Inc. last
week elected William C. Decker
of Nassau and Corning, N. Y.
President for the coming year.
Col. M. Oakley Bidwell of
Nassau was elected 2nd
vice-president.
Re-elected were William
Ro bins, st vice president, d

David P. Getchell, Secretary.
Mr. Decker succeeds Robert
E. Blum of Nassau and
Lakeville, Conn. who remains
on the Foundation's Board as a
director. Other directors are
Hon. Winthrop W. Aldrich,
Leonard Dalsemer, Frederick
Eberstadt, Thomas M. Evans,
Jane D.hLandauer oRoyal
Thomas L. Perkins and Mrs'
Kirkland W. Tood.
Fo edt objebativ ofvidtha


method by which American
citizens re siden t in the
Bahamas ma y ma ke
tax-deductible donations to
Bahamian charities. Such
donations may not specify
recipient charities, the
allocation of funds in the form
of grants for the purchase of
specific objects or purposes
bedat on'sun tiorn of th
recommendation of its Grant
Committee.
Organizations which have
received grants from the
Foundation include the
Sandilands IIaspital
Committee, the Boy Scout
Association (for funds to
purchase instruments for a new
Sout Bnd) thet Camhiaer Day

National Trust, the Stapledon
School for Retarded C'hildren,
tH stlChild men's Emetrgen


Amateur Boxing Asso~ciation of
the Bahamas (for children's
trophies). The Foundation has
also provided an ambulance to
service~ the Western Portion of
New Providenc~e.
The Foundation's charter
p r ec l ds grants to
denomninational religious
organisations or charities.


By The Associated Press
Ta(l)AY is I RII)AY. MARCH
16th, the 75th da? ofT 1973. There
Ilr c 2 l lenil in itor yeon this
dalte
19)71 Icraeli Premier Golda
11leir n~ii \otr of confidence during
slcr'n! \ron of Parliament in
Ic,r Srrlnto~ IRanjt F
>imm~r ii Ircidenlisi no~mination
"r (ro ,I hllp ira he A crbe
p',lllr Ir an senam and at home.of

Yu,3 oslviabencs risit to and. t
Pacitl\:lle ca IH( to m an end,
1942? Iirst American troops
f;\~ icr~ in .ustralia-rdur ng



1937 Henita, Mussotlini of Italy
visit Liya ermany repudiates
disarmamenllt claures orf versailles

lue4 H, Ital pnustocol sgn d
to, frml Ianubian bloce against litl~e
enre mle ofl ('echasnlvakia,


Romania and Y'ugoslavia.
1933 Britain s disarmament
(rman irest e ts yra t < per
not be included in to~tal.
Pr19212c o Nahtas Pasha is named
1922 th ain recognizes the
Kingdom o~f t:ypt under tFaud 1.
witeeignt r~Anglo-Egyptian
tra2a1greeritaini and R~u~ssi sign a
1920 Allied forces occupy
191 ontati is named C'hancellor o~f Austria.

paul Mili\kov and Alexander
Kerensk Gorma mn I on na H ssl
railways.
1185 Spanish C'oncordat with

hcc sgae fIt i pn d
and the press
cors~t ttion with two s 1821 C`harles E'elix of
( rrme Albr utc reno rncee c am throne.
1812 Austria, in alliance wit(h
'FrNca, a i He aoprervide an army


AT..


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


The reception rooms are

gnero di enseid asnd the
beautiful kitchen and staff suite
makes it easy to find (and keep)
expert domestic assistance.
th la dsncsaep g an da teaido
given to the delightful, tropical
exterior garden of the estate.
fronting onto Poinciana Drive.
T it resotr pat contains a
swimming pool and is a


secluded and Arcadian retreat
wea hu cfbright flow rs and
Four reception rooms, five
bedrooms, master bathroom
marble fitted with sunken bath,
e~na mou fitted wardrobes.
private patio. Fully equipped
luxury kitchen. Large white
glazed swimming pool in
sculptured rhady patio with 21'
barbeque bar.


Outdoor dining area, gamnes
and film room.


For further details please
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Real Estate
P.O. Box N-40St
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By Abigail Van Buren
rme o cuarss rknbe-. Y. NesSnm rrr lc.
DEAR ABBY: Ten years ago, when I was a single
man, I was doing some work in the home of a very attrac-
tive woman. [Painting and decorating.l She was very
frendly and always went around in a thin robe and nothing
underneath. Over coffee xne morning she told me how

we h a fa wihd hktd u two motsi h
were in school. It was no big love affair, it was just fun for

Iomad tea big hitak of br gg ng about it to a few of
her neighbors, and one of them must have told her husband
after all these years because he tracked me down and
called up my wife and told her everything. Now my wife is
giving me a hard time, even the we weren't married lbut
were going together) when all this took place.
Maybe it's a coincidence, but last week two strange
men jumped me and gave me a terrible beating,
Abby, I can't understand why this man would w~ant to
make my life so miserable for something that happened ten
years ago. Can you? CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: Elther he inst found out about it
or just found YOU. There are some valuarble lessons to be
learned here. Mea who wclork around women should keep
their mlads on their work. And those who don't should keep
their mouths shat.
DEAR ABBY: When I give a dinner party I do as
much as possible in advance because I have no help and I
like to spend the cocktail hour with my guests.
What gets me is the well-meaning guest who surprises
me with something for my dinner to "help out." It is


The HOME Insurance Company
Assets $1.2 Billion

is p ORsOS tO RDBOURce
the Opening Of its branch office under the management of

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Southward, Mardi Gras from
St. Thomas
SAILED TODAY: Mardi
Gras, Southward for Miami
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Freeport from Freeport;
Sunward, Emerald Seas,
Bahama Star, Flavia from
Mami; T opic Flyer from West

TSA LIFNGe fTOMORR"'
Beach
WEATHER
WEATHER: Wind:
Souteasel 1 o 23 m.p.h.
SEA: Slight to moderate
TEMP: Min tonight 70 Max.
tomorrow 821
TIDEs
TIDES: High 5:48 a.m. and
6:08 p.m. Low I1:53 a.m. and
12:40 p.m.


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DR. SYDNEY WILLIAMS.
plastic surgeon, will conduct
clinics at the Princess Margaret
Hospital at 9 a.m. Monday.
A spokesman for the
hospital said that if there is a
large number of patients a
clinic will be held on Tuesday,
March 20
The parents of the following
seven children are asked to


bring them to the clinic.
Arlington Hall of White's
Addition; Lorine Thompson of'
Poinciana Drive; Christine
Thompson of Peter's Street
East; Kenva Curtis; Maureen
Rolle, T.G. Glover School;
Sheela Williams. C. C. Sweetin8
Senior High; and Catherine
Higgs, Chesters Bay, Acklins.


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BRANCH OFFICE


The HOME Insurance Com any
Dominion Life, Building *** Collins Ave.
P. O. Box ES-6236 Nassau Phone 2*8802, 3, 5.


ALL THAt piece parcel or lot of land situate in the Eastern
District of the IsJand of New Prqvidnces being Lot Number
Three hundred and Fifty-two (Lot No. 352) of Pyfrom Sub-
division Phase I I bounded on the North partly by Lot Number
Three hundred and Forty-eight (Lot No. 348) of the said
Subdivision and partly by Lot Number Three hundred and
Forty-nine (Lot No. 349 ) of the said Subdivision and running
thereon jointly Fifty (50) feet on the East by Lot Number
Three hundred and Fifty-one (Lot No. asi) of the said Sub-
division and running thereon Sixty and Forty-three hun-
dredths (60.43) feet on the South by Edward Avenue and
running thereon Fifty-three and Eighty-one hundredths
(53.81) faet and on the West by Lot Number Three hundred
and Fifty-three (Lot No. 353) of the saki Subdivision and
running thereon Eighty-five and Thirty-three hundredths
(as.33) feet.
Mortgage ~dated 26th September 1966, Ivy Alberthe Clarrke
to International Bank and Trust Co. (Nassau) Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 1032 pages 122-128.
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 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on, completion.
Dated 8th day of Mahrch 1973.



1) ALL THAT place parcel or lot of land having the Number
Nine(9) In Block Number Five (5) of a Subdivision Ilad out in
tin Wastern District of the Island of New Providence known
as "MII~ar" Heights" a dan of which Subdivision has been
prepared by Norman F. Aranha & Associates dated 9th of
June 1958 (and flied in the Registered Office of isles of June
Limited in the City,of Nassau) which plan is known as "The
Sale Plan" which said lot of land is bounded Northwardly by
Let Number Seven (7) in the said Block the property of
Gwendolyn Finlayson and running thereon Ninety-nine and
Eighty-five (99.85) feet Eastwardly by Lot Number Ten (10)
in the seld Block the property of James Rlspsh Lowe and
running tieron Seventy-tive (7s) feet Southwardly by High
Street and Westwardly by West Avenue which said piece
parcel or lot of land has such number position boundaries
shape marks and dimensions as are shown on the said Plan.
2) ALL THAT Piece parcel or lot of land having the Number
.w 1 "In lok Nun er TwIv euO ) in MI rai yb hel on
.tetE dtwarl in whatro i e Switn we Pryby cL t

Wetodly by L mber One (1 i he sad B tk d
property of Arthur J. Belfour and running thereon Sevnty-
five (15) feet which said piece parcel or lot of land has such
number positon bounderles shape marks and dimensions as
are shown on the said Plan.
3) ALL THAT piece percel or lot land having the Number One
(1) in Block Number Eighteenr (18) in tte said Subdivision as
she own a fl Sale Plu ad bounded Northwardly by Regent
Street Bastwardly by Let Number Two (2) in the said Block


the property of Willa Maes Saunders and running thereon
Sevenlty-five (75) feet Southwardly by Lot Number Three (3)
in the said Block the property of Kenrick Murray and run-
nirlg thereon One hundred (100) feet and Westwrardly by
Centre Drive which said piece parcel or lot of land has such
number position boundaries shape marks and dimensions as
are shown on the said Plan.

4) ALL THAT piece percel or lot of land being Let Numar
Twenty-six (26) in Block Number Four (4) on the said plan of
the Subdivision known as Regency Park and bouncded
Eastwardly by Lot Number Twenty-five (2S) in thesaid
Block Number Four (4) on the said plan and running thereon
Fifty-five (55) feet Southwestwardly in an arc along a Road
for a distance of Thirty-ore and Forty-one hundredths (31.41)
feet Westwardly by a Road Thirty (30) fart wide and running
thereon Fifty-four and Two hundredths (54.02) fat1 Nor-
thwestwardly in an arc along the said Road Thirty (30) feet
wide for adlistance of Thirty-one and Forty-two hundredths
(31.42) feet and NORTHWARDLY by a Road Thirty (30) feet
wide and running thereon Fifty (SO) feet the sid piece parcel
or lot of land having such position boundaries shape marks
and dimensions as are shown on the said plan.
Mortgage dated 9th March 1966, David Jacob Strachan to
National Bank of the Bahamnas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 970 pages 19-24.
The sale is subject toa reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March 1973.



ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in the Eastern
District of the Island of New Providence being Lot Nummr
Thirty-seven (37) of Pyfrom Estates Subdivision bounded on
the NORTH partly by Lot Number Seventeen (17) of the said
Pyfrom Estates Subdivision, and running theron Fifty and
Seventy-nine hundredths (50.79) feet and partly by Let
Number Sixteen (16) of the said Pyfrom Estates Subdivision
and running thereon Thirty-nine and Seventy-nine hun-
d38) oftrsid P fom Est tes S bI amion ath rrty-ing
St ron EIhvfo ve Fv hun r nt (U.05 eat o~
Eto e~s Suliron and rung I E b HrSils a stat n
Sbd v oin and ru ng thereon Ninety-three and Sixty-four

Mortgage dated 28th April 1946, Cleveland G. Cartwright to
National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 1005 pages 179184d.
The sae is subject to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on his beharlf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on Completion.
Dated ath day of March 193.


ALL THAT Iot of land having the Number Sixty eight (68) on
a plan of the subdivision called and known as Pinedale which
said subdivision is situate on the SOUTH SIDE OF Wulff
Road in the Eastern District of the aforesaid Island of New
Proydence the said lot of land is bounded on the NORTH by
Lot Numtar Sixtyseven (67t) on the said plan and running
thereon One hundred and Thirty feet and Seventy hundredths
of a foot (130.70) on the EAST by land of Joseph Chase and
others and running thereon Fifty (50) feet on the SOUTH by
Lot Number Sixty-Nine (69) on the said plan and running
thereon One hundred and Thirty-four feet and Five tenths
of a foot (134.5) and on the WES'T by a Road Reservation
Thirty (30) feet wide and running thereon Fifty (50) fuet.
Mortgage dated 9th February 1966, Reginald Thedore
Mackey to National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 970 pages 13-18.
The sale is subsect to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price.
Teams: 10 per cent of thSepurchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March A.D. 1973.




ALL THAT piece parcel lot of land being a part of a lotof land
situate to the East of Mackey Street South in the Easterre
District of the seld Island of New Providence which said
piece or parcel of land is bounded on the South by a resrc-
vation for a road wight (8) faet wide leading East from
Mackey Street Sotth and running thereon One hundred (100)
feet on the West by land the property of Blanche Mortimer
and running thereon forty-six (46) feet on the North by land
the property of the Estate of the Joseph O'Nopre Johnson and
running thereon One hundred (100) feet and on the East by
land the property of Albert Thomas Clarke and running
thereon forty-six (46) feet.
Mortgage dated28t1h April 1965, Shervin Laroda to National
Bank of Bahamas Ltd
Recorded in Volume 866pge 193-197
The sal is subject to a rmav price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or ny person on his behalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sal and
Dhat It dad orpMarh 1973.




ALL THAT piece prcel or lot of land situate on the
SOUTHERN side of MIlton Street in the thertn District of
the said Island of New P~rovidence and bounded on the
NORTH by the said MIltonr Street and running thereon One
hundred ('100) feet onr the EAST by land now or formerly the
property of one Ethel Devia and running thereon One hun-
dred (100) faet on t)he SOUTH by land now or formerly the
property of orw Joseph Deveaux and running thereon Orm


hundred (100) feet and on the WEST by land now or fornmely
the property of one Thomas A. Pedican and running thereon
One hundred (100) foot.
Mortgage doaed 30th August 1974 Harry Smith and W is~i
Smith to Nassau ankr & Trust Co. Ltd.
Recorded in Volume t019 pag 456-464.
The sale is subect to a resrve prior and to tim right for the
Auctionor or my peron on his behalf to bid qp to that price.
Terms:10 per cmt of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of MAlrch, 1973.




ALL THAT Iot of land situate a the Southern Side of Cam-
bridge Street in the Western Distric of tim islad of New
Province aforooeld and bounded an ti NORTH by
Cambridge Stratfon th EAST by Ind th property of David
Solomen opt the SOUTH by land therort of Ereln n
Virginia Braithwaite ad on thn WEST Ia lnd the property
at Norman Sands.
Mortgage dated 7h1 December 1966 Lonie Cummings to
National Bankr of the Bahama Ltd.
Recorded in Volusm 1101 pages 1179-18.
The sale is aob ctto raresrve prim and to the right for the
Aucticmer or ay person on his bewha to bid up to that price.
Termsi: 10 pe cent of the purchase prim at imea oof saead
&Iane an corn loni.
Dated 8th day of March 1973.




ALL THAT lot of land situate in the Eastern Distrct of the
Island of New Providnce being deignated byf g. 99 I
the Subdivision knawn as "HIGHBUURY PARK SSTATE" a
plan of which mid Sub-divishn is attached is ao ladentre
drh th IM M1y of August 194 ad made between Emily
Lmled of thr ospart d Camiliar Ltd~ggaggggy prtt m
now of record in theRegisrtrya oof6 I j Noasse Volume
*TH Tm )2 tosrh M ori ond Northwardly
wba ma dHR UNl fa roS Yorok ( setnown a
nrdl byt 45. 10ot gyl m dd auln thron
97 o tn & Mid ian andr Fodrdly by Let N. Wat so rrd

Mortgage dated 20th1 October 1945, Altamond B. Gray to
National Bnk of the Behemes .
'Recorded in Volume 921 page ~29329.
The sal is subject to a reserve* le and to tim right for the
Auctioneerter any mersn on his iw is bid up to that price.
Temrm: 10 per cent of the purchn price at time of rsale nd
balance on completion.
Dated ath.day of Ma~rch 1973.


Whr Wrthant


Friday, March 16, 1973


Old flam bun


black and blue
invariably sometfing which requires a lot of fooling with,
like a moldl for which I hale to hunt up a suitable serving
platter, and then unmold it, or a loaf of unsliced French
bread from which I am supposed to make garlic bread.
I hate to sound like an Ingrate, but please, Abby, tell
these people who are thoughtlessly thoughtful that if they
want to bring something to please bring it ready to serve.
BOLO)XED IN BOTHELL
DEAR BOLLOXED: Will do. And that elocldes sweet
corn, husks and aBl, freshly picked from "oar" garden. Or
worse yet, home grown spinach.
DEAR ABBY: My daughter was seriously ill with tu-
berculosis when she was 17 years old. She made a complete

deoerry and than God she a hea ty gF otht$ He o

person has tuberculosis they are never cured.
These two young people are very much in love and plan
hto marry one day, but the boy's mother is giving them a
Mymd ughter's doctor told me that she was cured. How
can I get this message across to that boy's mother?
GRATEFUL MOM
DEAR MOM: I suppose you could have the doctor put
Is in writing. If the boy's mother wants to break 4p the
romance she will have to come up with another excuse.
The one she is using isn't valid.
DEAR ABBY: W~hat does a normal, healthy 34-year-old
male with a wife and family say to his parents when they
send him a PURSE as a gift, with the excuse that it is a
very useful man's item in a country they just visited? Sign
me NOT A GAY rLFIBBR
DEAR NOT: If he is indeed a "normal, healthy 34-year-
old male" etc. he says, "Thanks!"

For Abbyl's new boolklt. "What Teea-Agers Wast tO
Ktnow," send St to Abby,. Box Wree, Los Angeles, Cal. Se~e.


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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE RESEARCH vessel
"We vard," a 100-foot
two-masted schooner owned
by the Sailing Education
Association (SEA) of America
will conduct oceanographic
rroesech in the Bahamu ,
mainly around San Salvador'
from late March to mid-April'
Westward has a staff of eight


Westward took on board a
complement of aporentices.
Westward is scheduled to
arrive back in Nassau on March
23 to meet a scientist who is to
use the ship as a base for
testing equipment he has
designed to probe what is
known as "deep scatter layer"
in the ocean, a layer of some
substance, possibly plankton,
which rises and falls in the
ocean depths with the coming
and going of daylight.
Westward will leave Nassau
on March 24, and the crew and
apprentices will familiarize
themselves with the new
equipment before returning the
scientist to Nassau on March
26 for his flight home.
The ship will then sail for
San Salvador to conduct a
number of oceanographic
cni ut sr of reerhinta
ecological change in the area


professional seamen and
oceanographers aboard, and is
designed to take up to I8
student/apprentices on a
number of study trips a
year
The Westward cruises
provide apprentices with an
understanding of field
oceanography and off shore
seamanship, and develop an
unparalleled unlerstanding of


the ways of the sea and give
the apprentice an increased
confidence in his own
capabilities as a person
In operation tor Just over a
year, Westward has already
been a home for students from
34 American states, and two or
three foreign countries.
And C'orwith Cramer,
Westward's captain and SE A's
executive director, is "very
much interested" in getting
Bahamians in to the
p rogramm e .
"We are interested in
geographic diversity" among
the apprentices, Mr. Cramer
said.
SCREENED
He said the mninimnum age is
16, and "we are much
concerned that they are people
we can live with," so applicants
academic arecre ds screens
requested, but that is not a
priary concern, Mr. cram.,


While SEA hopes to
eventually be able tcf take all
apprentices on scholarships, at
present some 70 percent of the
operating costs have to be met
by tuition, set "'basically at
$250 a week." SEA will not
take an apprentice for less than
five weeks.
Enquiries can be made to
SEA, Three School Street,
Boston, Mass 02108.
Westward arrived in Nassau
on March 6 and tied up at
Prince George Wharf to let off
a group from an American
or ganisation stressing
self-reliance and survival,
When the ship left here on
March 8 bound for Florida, on
board were a number of SEA
v volunteers sol icit ng
applications and screening
applicants for SEA cruises.
wen H~onia mbe kvolunt er
\vr dsmakd n


MIAMI The Ch ase
Manhattan Bank has today
announced the appointments
of Jerald M. Schneiderman and
Michael A. Santiago as
president and vice president,
respectively, of the bank's new
internal io nal bank ing
subsidiary in Miami.
Mr. Schneiderman and Mr.
Santiago have assumed their
responsibilities with the Chase
Manhattan International
Banking Corporation Miami
(CMIBC Miami), a recently
formed Edge Act subsidiary of'
Chase Manhattan.
In announcing the
corporation's senior offi ers,
Chase chairman David
Rockefeller said that by
h t nngclosely with Chu e
utilizing the international

CMIBC will be able to
contribute in large measure to
the growth of international
trade mn the Miami area. We are


DUE NASSAU


29th MARCH
15th APRIL
8th MAY


MADS SKOU
ORDUNA
VESSEL


THE R/S WESTWARD, a 100-foot schooner currently
doing oceanographic research in Bahamian waters, is
pictured tied up at Prince George Wharf earlier this month
prior to leaving for Florida to pick up a number Of
oceanography apprentices who form the ship's crew during
research voyages. Inset: Westward Captain Corwith Cralmr*
who is also executive director of the Salling Education
Association (SEA), owners and operators of the ship.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


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$1,600. new $7,500 NOW $2,000.


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The Directors of Besco deeply r !gre ;.o, inconvenience
in service and operation due to tt recent fire which
totally destroyed the premises and stock.
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NOW SHOWING m
Except Sat. Matinee, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2- 1004, 2-1005 g
Sunday Marinee 3:00 & 5:00. Evening 8:30 ,

IIrA -MIPRBR B~T
RO~ 'P~ltPRIN THE NEIL SIMON PI
Jeanne Thompson belligerre
t: ~ WII RI~lrs C a party mood as she boori
RMER "Glasses up, everyone."H
[Ei ~ ~ ~ ER IIJIMe~ blond wig) tries to discour
-r one drink," as her daughter
** lIstens unhappily. The play,
Circle by John Hester opened
Centre and runs through SI
SPaMHnCvmn TeChntCO or* v,..m w....... ,o Cr w.. c........ C0....~nlCo.. PHO TO: Margaret G uillau m
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Saturday Matinee Only Saturday Only
Matiee Sart at :IS Continuous Showings
OF SHE" G. from 3
John Richardson "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE
Olinka Berova O H U"G
"THE RAW EDGE" G. Roy Thinnes
YRoory CaLhounb lan Hendry
Ivnn PLU Cal PthealthO pensis
Starts Saturday Night 8: 30 "THErr MA FO as ( C~lrro.
Sudy Matinee Starts at 2:15 BITTER RIDGE" G. *ddr same*' (Ee
Evenng :30Lex Barker
Evenin 8:30Mara Corday AND AT 8:55
"WAR BETWEEN THE "VANISHING POINT"
PLANETS" PG.. PLUS Late Feature No one under I admitted,
Jack Stuar~tLAmber Collmns Saturday night. 1
"DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN" PG.
Vinnchent Pige Rbet Quarry
'Phon 2-2

SATURDAY MATINEE ONILY
MATINEE STARTS AT 2:00
SUPPORT YOUR. LCL GUNFIGHTER
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LAST SHOWING SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30 h
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Friday, Madrc 16, 1973


Drama Circle score with 'Sinterbread Lady' with


fine roles by leanne Thompson & Calvin Cooper

AFTER A NERVOUS START at opening night on Thursday, Jeanne Thompson and Callvin Cooper, with varying degrees of support
from the rest of the cast, ro~se to the heights of comedy to eansue success for the Bahama Drama Circle's latest production, "The
Gingerbread Lady". I


prephra e) 4 hrit ng "h
G;i n rbread Lady" one
imag nes Neil Simon saying to
hiself 'his tim I rn t wrt'
Mr. Simon has obviously
decided to get it all off his
chest in "The G~ingerbread
Lady" so he gives us a cast
consisting of an alcoholic
nymphomaniac. a homosexual
with a heart of gold, a woman
obsessed by her make-up at the
expense of a divorce, a
musician who beats up our
heroine and a bra-less daughter
on nodding terms with
marijuana. Add a Puerto Rican
ddiveryy boy and refer to him
as a "spic"' and you have it all;
racism, women' lib, drugs,


has missed out is pollution but
he is probably working that
into his next pla y .
But, fortunately for us, Neil
Simon is first and foremost a
superb humorist and in the
first and second acts of the
play there is never a dull
moment. Where another author
might have sermonised he
shows us the funny side of his
collection of New York
od {eor Johr Hester and his


LEFT Na ts OaMvi OCN eT
t~o giver her a aco kiss but fo
Sc me is frm hef delSimo
play, m "he Gingerbread
Lady," presented by the
Bahama Drama Circle, at the
Dundas Civic Centre.
PHOTO: Margaret Guillaume.


cast realize all the comedy in
the early part of the play but
their light touch deserts them
towards the end, when
admittedly the author seems to
change his mind and invites us
to sympathise with his
characters instead of laughing
with them.
Jeanne fXT~hL Nson, with


audience in doubt as long as
possible as to his true sexual
predilections. But his scenes
with Evy were models of
timing and pace especially
during a funeral birthday party
for Evy's best friend, Toby.
This scene, which could have
been the play's highlight, lost a
loto of its impact at its central
recollections of her numerous
dtn b ka tor agixnt ebenasa
Hester, as Toby, has apparently
confused pace with speed and
consequently much of this
hiilarious sequence was wasted,
not helped either by
insufficient projection. Also
she was not entirely convincing
as a fading beauty since her
own looks and figure are
obviously a long way from
fading.
cam fro Hether Thm eo
playing Evy's daughter, Polly.

nh okr sve r Ihg seris
senior Miss Thompson's
make-up.
TWO CAMEOS
Two cameos. both very well
done, compete ethe 'role-craller
lover Lou, was a shade too
Page to


LAY, "The Glngerbread Lady,"
ntly tries to get her company in
ly bids the downcast gathering,
er best friend Sara Hester (in
eae her from taking that "just
(played by Heather Thompson)
directed for the Bahama Drama
di Thursday at the Dundas Civic
unday. Curtain time: 8:30 p.m.

barely a break throughout, has
the leading role. On her
performance the play is made
mraunmae Suffieto say t i
"::. te oina Evy nkie
beautifully suggesting the
brittleness of her nerves,
through a poignant moment of
complete aloneness in her
apartment, to the joy of seeing
her teenage daughter, and on
to the mnentable return to the
bottle and a nicely worked-up
dAs Jmy, the out-of-work
queer actor, Calvin Cooper
maybe overdid the gay
mannerisms just a trifle. His
funny lines, and there are
plenty of them, would perhaps
have been that much funnier if
thyhad boe~ew lespected~ht


Qlho Edinat t


WOv put our flavour fresh Eggs

in New clear plastic cartons.


Engstfy containers have many handy uses...

as Ice cube trays...as button holders ..

keeps fish hooks sorted... as a jello mold

and many other uses...





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bhe f air, rsd s ethen ol aig
can do with a little luck to
supplement their courage. Two
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BETTER.
From Monday 19th Marc~h our Photographic Warehouse well form
part of our main warehouse facility on Thompson Blvd (next to
the Island Colour Lab.) There 5 adequate parking for Trade
Counter customers ----- for telephone orders call 3-5321


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dults weir titn and irrltabs Dem si'
Pleasnt tastmng, easy to take. De Witt a
Worm Syrup knocksr out worms so that
they pass right out of the body.
Easy-to-follow instructions with every
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S N R ise~s (,.3 a!.m, sets


__ ___


Friday, March 16, 1973


_ _


hands will illustrate the point:


A0( 5QJ10


qUi c unsultable hand, he
c'1lic -tl 3 trongK )I N


AK 107 3



7 ) AK10-
J 2


h I ir x '


K7 '
AK QJ

AK Ox
So haoturdiate
positive response
foni No th. an


VI i 1
~ Ittj
YJ;


ii (
10 9 8
J 6 5


"'ln woitr\~iuldt pass
w~rl th~l ;h holdting. Those
wlh" i rhci itnuht to bidl

but n ad I Ifrw,lt wTho
Z5 uth i' cir he~re. blissfully
;ri.ll !!,~th hc art altd stno
b1I h vts b this
unlllici rth bl andll then slip
in respectable


II; usei~ 0I !inunesurl s artled
Wales 1 taki at his
thati .r .:1 responses would
b~rnny down\ his~ partner r s wrath
In1 the~ post mortemln and
probably1 brlng down the
conti racit .n well. A pass
holetdc~i IIo lhe twei~ro~nt of his
and lc rafew I.i sciOnldF, but he



\nsrth Iheld theI following





11<~ l!;iluted ou~t that f'or
southto bJ I wilthouit an
.Aii he ?ouldli hav~c to, hold all
the assing111 plctures5 But there
was~ ii< need i tok guesse
bidf 4\l. Ihere scendc to be a
kind of fIna lrlity .Ibout1 South's
F DIamolltnds response,~ ars if he
wa.;nted~ to, Plu~ It there, but

iiompllallentlly he~I bid 7 No
b tilliuch

Spades~ wa~ led. ~IThe comriplete
delf1 w as


k o 'r H
AU I 10 8 "


tournar ilt.
of Spades
beft~rt or ,l


GulIPIngE 11 fhs than Southll
took the Spa.~te A~ce, p ayed th!Ie
fsn`he i tiin Jrk of li.rtst~I
right so inr' Hle pilatd t1h
delihtett d to, lind the 3-~ 3 reakh
lhen he~ ii si w. I \th hII two c
master Hearts~l and~ iuomcthmylp
stranrge took~ p .1ce On1 the isla
Heaf~crt. Iil :tweolige to timi

I u lJ wb heem


t bidn h t reced
Clubs. South than camen to the
conclusion that the same r
contract would very likely be
the choice of all the South
players taking part. In order to
get a top score at Duplicate, it
is necessary to do better than
all the other players who ho~ld
your cards. In this ca'ie,
thought South, 6NT would
score more than h C'lubs. and
with the King of D~iamnonds
protected against an otpening
Diamond lead, he could
virtually see 12 tricks, provided
North turned up with the two
top Spades. So be bid it
West, whose ancestry
probably could be traced back
to the Spanish Inquisition, led
the 7 of Spades, a thoroughly
wicked lead. Dummiy appeared
and South knew the worst. ie
could take all the tricks visible
to him: 6 C'lubs. 4 Hecarts and
the Ace of Spades. anid settle
quietly for one dowvn O)r he
could takr the Sp wie finesse. It
the finesse worked. he mriglt
well be the only one to bid and
make the finesse worked, he
might well be the only one to
bid and make 6NT! If 0
ademdt 1Ktioo likely on the
held by last, a Diamond might
well come back, and that
would be the end of the party.
It could be as mnuch as 5 down,
South was not lacking in
courage, but as he played
dummy's Queen of Spades, he
could hear his motor revving
""::: ucmotbly high. Hut all
made.
A piece of quite undeserved
luck came to a well-known
Rubber Bridge player after he
had e ci edntoo n ke tu- one
the "never" category; holding a


TONY SEYMOUR



THE NITEBEATERS




BRITNI g t pi

Monday Sunday

Off Tuesd ay

7:30p.m la.m.


0 1
none l~
; (, 3
0 3 3
nonei~
10? 10 8 7 0


none 1~
] ', 7 (0 5
S7 65


ONLY


If' last2 th'rew\ :a Sp;rd
dummy si\' Spades~ would~ b<
gooid If he thrv wa Diamonnd, a
simnple tinesse~ wculdi kill thle
Kiing: on ll~ the cond round. 11
he thlrew aI ('l Itb. aLll dummy s'~
l`ubs woiuld hes good. And In
any' calse .I black suit discard
would only post~pone a futrther
squeezle Hle spentl cc long over
luis allemmnla that e~ven the.
pers irig S only Northi left to re~ckon with!


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1969 CHEVY IMPALA clean car
'I 1972 CHEVY VEGA S/W good buy
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU red good condition
a n 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD very good car
1971 FORD CORTINA new paint job
1970 CHEVY IMPALA very good condition
1969 CHEVELLE MALIBU can't beat it
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU maroon clean car
1972 DODGE AVENGER ex-demonstrator
1969 FORD GALAXIE good buy
1970 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE only one owner
1971 SINGER VOGUE a good buy white
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1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA blue stick shift
1969 BEAUMONT CUSTOM good condition radio
1971 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2 door coupe red


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C8941
PATIO AWN WINGS ANC
c ARPOR TS AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.

IWATED
C9180
SAILBOAT, approximately
20-30 feet, with or without
Gnboard, in good condition.
C- 180, /odTe iTribtu e, P O
Box N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas.



READ THE
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C9189
MATURE MARRIED Assistant

Me dsm for 80dcowwdr I t
opratah n r u excel in r ,

Apply: Jack Bishpam, Mgr.,
GOLDEN ISLES DAl RY

CLM uED h. mO Box N-4820,

DIESEL ENGINEER. Must
have experience on all makes
isf d ese el s uctomara e

xabeN1 Nf uls o Reply P.
O. Bo 1, Nasu
ENTERTAI~NMET


C I YOU know it existed?
Do you know it is Bahamian?
WHAT IS IT
It's THE GREATEST SHOW
in town!
THE SEAFLOOR AQUARIUM
Columbus Ave. Chippingham
For our 6th Anniversary
ESunday, March 18th



Go Wes o B Sre tho
Chippingham Road and follow
the red Dolphin signs.

OPPORTUNITIEBSIIS sZ
C9154
BUSINE SS FOR SALE on
Chol 'ns clenuean seh in
for family. Finance available.
Telephone 28012 31295.
C9136
TWO JOBS-GOOD SALARY
on CHUB CAY in the
BERRY ISLANDS
BOOK-KEEPER
SECRETARY
Room and Board
Month Vacation
16 min. from Nassau on Out
Island Airways
CHUB CAY CLUB
P.O. Box 223, I.A.B.
Miami, Fla. 33148


C9072

Large nOUN lu frished 2 or
3 be moomhou on Charl t

Evenings 42148



Cen r v~ille Canfo benu a
store and warehouse. Has side
en rance. Call 2-1731 or



Dup xDRBO ldng, uf rnnth
Boat Alley off Market
Cteta en5 mntes walk from


A AI6LABLE April 1st -
airconditioned, fully furnished
1 bedroom apartment*
including T.V. and telephone -
Brooklyn Avenue. Phone
3-1329.

C9116 M
BEDROOM bt oe


fuc in que ara aeVe
51647 night.
C9040
LARGE SHOP and warehouse
on Wulff Road below Mackey
Street. Suitable for furniture
store laundromat Bank -
Food store or Dry Goods. Call
21031 s24a3 ask for
Douglas Carey.


CA OFIRM requires Bahamian
with knowledge of and
experience in company work.
Sa ary commenmrTe eth n



Q ALIFIED MECHANIC

cmr 3dn lan m u o

peviou .xerienceu n Brha s
Leyland vehicles. Minimum
r Tifcaa onrsef5reyears irno th
ability and satisfactory service
previous temployersamA pl
Service Manager, Nassau Motor'
Company Limited, Shiriey
Street.
C168
TREASURE CAY BEACH
HOTEL require immediately a
Chef who will be responsible
for the quality and production


costrinato pitwu n g s

ssc eduling. Minimum of five
yea rs ex perience in
International cuisine and must
be prepared to reside at
Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Apply to* "Chef", Treasure
Cay Limited. P. O. Box
N-3229, Nassau.


Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice House
Telephone 34636-7-8


C9134
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
~requires the services of two
yung men 20 years and over,
Own cr essemual tAbuoosn s
female req uired as
cas ier/it istto. .el iC- 4 w

c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
C9165
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TE CH NICI AN
required immediately by local
Caterpillar Dealer, BAHTRAC.
Age 25 and up, including 3-5
years experience in repair of 3
phase generators, control
haes, a9 0rt d et trase
service mechanic or technician
with experience related to
Earthmoving Equipment.
Fri ge benefiFs rnoed pn ea"

please call Dave Sands, Service

5-338 Nsau Bha I hB
C9167
COOPERS & LYBRAND have

Cnwiin oP O. B N56

C9187
LIVE-IN ni t tim mad
wanted. Fo ing tervimew mai
2-2026 beton n 10e phm an
12 noon *


IRWIN SAIL YACHTS


AMON NMLMATABLES
23 foot Formula powered by
twin 160 H.P. Mercruisers

/odtin Askn a 000
18 foot fibreglass Venture
Sloop. This boat cannot be
Irld from new dA 3dh.p. Seas l


SGoe~n Canoffeemd4n, A bu ad

35 foot Chris-Craft with twin
200 h.p. Chris engines. The
cleanest baxtra wI le er

codtiomni and m re Askiair
$25, 00.000. 9
21 foot Seacraft with 160 b.p.
Mercruiser and outboard
auxiliary. Sleeps 2, with head
and sink, radio and more.
Good family boat. Asking




AT THE DIVE SHOP

Summer's coming. Learn to
snorkel this year. Choose from
our wide variety of top quality
Masks, Fins, and Snorkets.
Teach your child to swim with
inflatable Arm Bands one sale at
a odma ea ear. All at Nassau's
P. O. BOX N16858
TELEPHONE: 24869
C9175
REDUCED for quick sale 16ft
sail boat, fibreglass aluminium
mast, dacron main and jib,
oti dld with trailer. $800.



C9188
THE ANNUAL General
Shareholders meeting of '
Bahamas Cycle Company
Limited, will be held on
Thursday 29th March 1973 at
8 p.m. at the Rhinehart Hotel
Blue HiII Road l
t.A. Moss, Secretary.


L


II


9173


C117
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS are
now available through C. W.
Sands Enterprises Ltd.

E cycl0pedia cas dr termlook
Handy electronics pocket
nsi rnalo s

For information call 23921.
C9161


their anniversary programme at
Highbury High School
Auditorium, March 25th at 8
p.m.
The group now consists of
Alfred Rouche, Japther
Rouche, Lae Ferguson and C.
WIIIiams
COME AND JOIN IN THE
ANNIVERSARY CONCERT.
















In loving memory of our dear
beloved husband and father
Mr. Harold E. Darville, who
departed this life on March
16th 1972.
Gone but not forgotten
We love you but Jesus loves
you best
Left to mourn: His wife Irene,
seven children. Including three
sons and four daughters,
fourteen grandchildren and a
host of relatives and friends. *



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

A#RP M~TED


EASTERN WAL RFRONT

3a at en, largenjiving,bedrconm
overlooking pool and ocean
$25,500 firm, fully furnished.
Call 4-2113.


ae) b1Ai dES ES ATE w t
apartments and residential
subdivision.



Addition easy terms good
cash discount.

CannolarieetSuDdlofslon,I srms

dv Labg lot xuBlair Ete

aso Cnablyot saen inland lots
Seabreeze Estate attractive

For formation call Bill's Real
Estate 23921.
C9156

FOR SALE
SHIRLEY PARK HILLTOF
HOUSE 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, plus 1 bedroom
apartment for Mother-in-law,


ortg idnoeal fs reasira


Handyman. The price is only
$75,000.00. You can make
sure money, by sub-dividing, o'
building cottages. Beai
inflation this deal Is js s
good as Gold Bricks. Sa
inflation buy before
Idenpendence,s PRie tatea
upswinging.
OLD COLONIAL BAHAMIAN
HOUSE OUT EAST has
sandy beach, dock, good
sw rmnir. Nob pol. Hset3

dining, large sitting. At waters

Red ced Matniil 80,00 W. 0
Partially furnishpd*
MONTAGU HEIGHTS -
HOUSE & APARTMENT
Live-in one and have income
on other. Spacious 107 by 150
spacious enclosed grounds.
Fruited Was $65,000.00,
owner willing seller for
$45,000.00 firm.
OUT EAST on the water.
Views, good swimming in calm
weeaaer. rLRihts to srand he ch

3 bedrooms two baths, maids
quarters, separate dining, 2
car-garage. Come see we can
makeSaT EYS HILLTOP
OUT EAST Specious grounds.

aiw of Sea Beac rihts H

mooms,E separated di oa s tde l

parking. ,.Reduced to

wesel lasA o eaIRE eTY,
22033 -- 22305 22307 Nite
-41197.


360 sq. ft. -*- $180 ner month
975 sq. ft. $9400.00 per
month
AIRCONDITIONING INCLUDE
ED.
OFFICE & STORE SPACE:
Out Island Traders Ltd.
Shopping Centre, opposite the
Potters Cay docks. An ideal
location is available for a
take-out restaurant equipment
already installed. Only
$3 8.a33 pe eoth.St r and

UN FURNISHED
APARTMENTS OAKES
FIELD $140.00 per month
OFIED 86SPAE 02AKES
per month s..$
AATEM SD O U EOLS

BASICALLY FURNISHED:
$265.00 and $230.00

Ar onltotning Rn o mmn
ROBERTS LTD., 23177. Ber
L. Roberts Ltd "

C9179
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 3
private bath house, 2nd floor -
beautiful location Cable
Beach. Phone 7-8328.


C9184
BASICALLY FURNISHED 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
dirconditioned) 1 bath,
kitchen, Iiving and dining area,
washing machine. Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.
C9185
BASICALLY FURNISHED 1
bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen.
living and dining area.
Montrose 'Avenue. Telephone
241722-5 and 2-3865.
C9148
1 FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment Montrose Avenue
Phone 21731 3-1583


C9th0
WANTED: 3rd person for
house Village Road area.
Rent $150. Phone 31926.


C9191
1968 OLD Cutlass, Supreme, 4
'speed standard, wide oval
tyres, red with black vinyl top
IIcrlnt cond ti~on $3190s
standard, just like new
$2000.00 1971 PINTO,
yellow, very good condition.
AII must self. Phone 2-8015.
C9169
1969 SUNBEAM RAPIER,
white with black upholstery,
low mileage, Aone previous
ora snm ssion, radio. At omt c
must be suen. $1850. Phone
21634 day or 41195 evenings.

C1578 RAMBLER. Phone
42193 58803 ask for Mrs
Bethell


C9170
REQUI RED one administrative
assistant/ saleswoman to live
on ohe of the family islands.
Applicants must have
experience in real estate sales
and resort development, and
should also have administrative
experience. Education high
school standard or equivalent
Please send resume to P. O'
Box N-7782, Nassau, Bahamas
or telephone 24596.


C9186

ECO OCY CARS LiICMTE5D

1971 FORD CORTI NA
STATION WAGON, std. trans.,
radio, One owner. Low milage

,371 MGB GT SPORTS CAR,
auto. trans., radio, A-1
condition $2,300
1967 ROVER, auto. trans.,
radio, new paint job41,200
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4t-door sedan, stand. trans.
radio, very clean $1,400 '
1971 TOYOTA CORONA D/L
4-door sedan, auto. trans.
radio, clock, air conditioning
$2,200
I97 FORD CAPRI 2-or

1 9 69 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL fully
powered, radio, air
cn~d toning, A-1 condition
1968 PLYMOUTH VALIANT

Iuto tas rDioery go
sedan, standard trans. $500
1968 AUSTIN 1100 4-door


sedan, auto. trans., Newpint $5


job $800
1969 FORD ESCORT 2-door
sedan, auto. trans $900
1987 FORD GALAXIE, auto
trans., radio, power steering
$800
ECONOMY CARS LTD.
Dowdeswell Street
between
Deveaux and Christle
Phone 2-1322
OPEN 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
MONDAY TO SATU RDAY

F~lSALE
C9162
INVALID BED. ELECTRICAL
LY OPERATED, ALMOST
NEW COMMODE, NEW.
CALL4-1501.
C9145
STEREO HI FI with radio,
floor model.
Phillips automatic T.V.
20" fan on stand*
Upright Hoover with
attachments.
Floor heater. (oddments)
2 single beds
2 hair dryers.
Phone 54577.


C9177
GRAND CAYMAN
21 acres prime commercial
property Yz mile from Town
Centre Georgetown. Good
title, surveyed, hard dry land.
Excellent investment. I.P.S.
Management, Box N4184,
Nassau. Telephone 21981 days
78203 nights.

fOR ILE UR RER I
C91 2
3 B5E2DROOM 2 bath h ue
Johnson Road Ests. Pho e
42193 58803 ask for Mrs.
Bethell.



C9082
WATERFRONT EAST.
BAYCROFT ONE BEDROOM
APARTME NT, LAR GE
LIVING FULLY
8 E A UT IFU L LY
FURNISHED, BALCONY
OVERLOOKING OCMAN
AND POOL, LOVELY VIEW*
TOP FLOOR. CALL 4-2113
C893S
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C8942
LpA nt ONE B DRI M
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C8938

bEromE Rwobath r nd on
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dnin Vi o aria l
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shrley and
Ia udret Fliiki V on*,
airconditioned. Phone 5463)
between 8 a.m. and 5 o.m.


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C9115
EBLL' RTEDALs pESeATE
fotr onesofsthe most a tractive
New Providence which has
excellent development and
tyal poss blitiesove T e
ar and a poedap anss a e

23921 or write Box 5449
Nassau.


3tlh oE h~o ee with Bahamm
W mw a d pa i ss etc.Pri
545.000
)f hatr mioad c mpisihngm o
3inbedrr ms w t bat roo s
flooring, lounge, Bahama
room, 1k chenx andd lnd ry
$54,000.00.
e)drHouse on wa brfroot m3
separate lounge, dining and
Bahama room, 2 car garage.
Price $100.000 00
Contact Bill's Real Estate
23921.
C9003
MUST SELL. Make an offer
Lot approximately 92' x 110

CB li Estates, z nedefor p rv e

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
R2E0AT223COMP3 Y DIAL

C9128
FOR VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY ON 355
BAY STREET
57% AFRnONseAGEaten
Boundary approximately 240
a edt tn Wa tStreet 5 l fee
feet. Square footage approx.
13,278 feet PLUS three
buildings Main Building on Bay
used as offices and apartments,
lower ground floor as 40 by 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
tolrss Spacio a parking I e

Submit offers to DESMOND
INVESTMENTS LTD.
Mortancee, Box N-732,
3AMIAN6 22033, evenings


es:7
1968 FIAT 600 (Mini) good
con ton. S pc at $35 .0
Mr.MKenal 42340.
29112
ISLAND M9O COMPANY


7ut vad2ror $1700
Blue Std. 4 Dr. $995
1970 Viva Auto.
Green 995


$2600

$3700

50 0

$1600

$1895

$3500

$2000
$995
$2950

$ 00



62100

i2000

$300


YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS-C RAFT
CONCORDE


URGENTLY required youn9
maebetween the age oaf 21 to
large insurance firm. I to 2
years bookkeeping experience
2eurd fotc p I Knowles


WA TED IMMEDIATELY
To J ni rs for Ste M thew's


193Pona Hatchback

Automatic White
1972 Pontiac Ventura
CilThop Cy2D.

At reena r e
1971 Ford E ot
4 Dr. Aut heg I
4 Dr. S/W Auto. r e
197 Po t Green ur

Orange I
1970 Rovdrs White A/C

A6 Humber Sceptre
Automatic
1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
A/C Red/Black Vinyl i
1970 Ford Maverick

Autie to.e 4


1971 Rambler
Auto. Blue
1969 Pontiac CTO
4/C Vinyl Green $
1964 Oldsmobile
98 Auto. 4 Dr.


C9049
OFFICE
Building,
Bay.
o20t q.
2'70 sq,
mont


SPACE: Roberts
East Street just otff

ft. $90.00 per

ft. $135.00 per


IcrwdCL At

HELP MNTED
C7214

Auevs an drc patiao
handle and promote sales: at
leastired0 years experience


lt ers R r ence an Rk o ;
Certificate required.
CHEFS: To take complete
charge of station; supervise and
direct assistants, must be able
to prepare French and
International Cuisine.
DINING ROOM CAPTAIN:
Experienced in French service;
minimum of three years as
Captain in first class hotels and
restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
WAITERS: Must be able to
read and write; minimum of
one year's experience in first
class hotel or restaurant: good
references and Police
Certificate required.

exeinenece~sory; pre o e
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.; three
years minimum experience as
Bartender in first class hotels
or restaurants; good references
and Police Certificate required.
WINE STEWARD: To sell and
serve wines to dinner guests;
thorough knowledge of wines;
wine service; storage, etc...
good references and Police
Certificate required.
APPLY: OCEANUS HOTELS
LTD., PERSONNEL DEPT.,
ROYAL PALM WAY OR P. O.
BOX F-531, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA.


SIFIED

HELP WANTED
C7240

qalfe I oO nstr ct a ttrai
pump attendants, to assist in
receiving ~cash and recording

cas fo cs st rn rain

in station forecourt.
WAREHOUSEMAN
(PETROLEUM & VEHICLE
ITEMS) Receives, unloads,
stores and dispenses lubricating
oils and grease. Must maintain
inventory records of petroleum
products and tires, batteries,
accessories. Responsible for
maintaining c lea nl iness of
warehouse.
3 ENGINEMEN Applicant
assist in the overhauling and
repairs of engines. Should have
had practical experience
working with diesel engines in
a power station or on ships.
AU FESRTANNTE NCAR GO
Responsible for theD EoadT-
and discharing of all RIl
on/Roll off type vessels. Acts
as liaison between Ship's
Agents and ships regarding the
proper documentation of
outward cargo (dock receipts,
etc.). Working knowledge of
dangerous cargoes (such as
explosives and inflammable
cargoes) required. Prepares
entries for costing and billing
ship's accounts (cargo and
passenger vessels.) Past
experience in cargo and
shipping operation necessary.
Appi y t o: Pe rson nel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority, Limited, P. O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Sahama.
C7223
PLANT SUPE RINTENDENT:
Electrical plumbing and
hydraulics experience required,
previous experience in
maintenance of sewage
trament plants, able to train

Apply to: Lucayan Utilities
Ltd. P. O Box F-657,
_Freeport.
C7243
EXPERIENCED ROOFI NG
N EDN IMEDOAOT LV
PHONE FREEPORT
3 2-5007, G.B.C. ROOFING


1. BU O TH WEEK in

two-bath residbedroo
quiet select cul-der-Fme in


Beach. Low price of
$49,500 furnished
includes brand new
washing machine, new
freezer and new stove, as
well as T.V. and Hi Fi. A
bargain at that price.
Terms available.
2. Desirable condominium
site with beautiful ocean
view only one and a half
mile west of downtown
Nassau and a five-minute
drive to 18-hole
championship golf course.
Suitable for five-storey
apartment complex for
owner-occupancy or
Almaostr dn nd a ur lesr
acres with 132-foot
frontage on main road by
472 feet deep. Saunders
Beach a short walk away.
Price $225,000.
family residential site in
Montagu Heights 118 feet
by 155 feet or 18,290
square feet. Price reduced
from $12,000 to $10,000
for quick sale. A sacrifice
at this price.
4. Attractive, well-furnished
co-operative apartment
Baycroft ocean view, East
Bay Straat. Two double
bedrooms, one bath,
I~ving-dining, kitchen and
small balcony. Pool
privileges and parking
facilities. $25,000
furnished.
5. Ge ro sn tC ol ona y
architect -desig n d
residence Vista Marina
with two bedrooms, two
baths, living room, dining
room, powder room,

uor ae, mai' rom, ec
Lot: 80' x 168'. Dual
water supply. $54,000
so o- unihd Ofrs nt
H. (f~CHRISTIE I
REAL ESTATE
P30 Boy 6 a
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042


C7234
MANAGER -COST
PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
Bahama Cement Company
requires a qualified person to
manage the activities of the
cost analysis staff. Applicant
must have a university degree
with major in accounting and
at least 10 years experience in
industrial standard cost
accounting. Position requires a
person thorou g h y
k no wiedgeable in
establishment and maintenance
of an in process standard cost
system and cost analytical
program and in economic
analysis techniques as applied
to a large manufacturing
operation.

Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeot


C7204 -
120 BASS, almost newv Plano
Accordian. $120 CAiSH. Please
write Adv. C7204, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box: N-3207
Nassau. '


1 CONVERTIBLE couch
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250Ib. trunk food freezer.
Call 77947.



Canl44
PAEMAKER 44tt. u ur 1s



Good condibGLAS idR N for
fishing and skiing. $500. Night
phon* 4-1429. Day 2-8262*


C9158
UNIQUE SALES OPPORTUNITY
HIGH CALIBRE LAND SALESMEN. Willing to
relocate on beautiful and historic island of San
Salvador, where a development of worldwide
distinction is taking form. TOP DOLLAR
INCOME GUARANTEED. Grow with a prestige
company.
AII repliar held confidential. Write Columbus
Landings, P. O. Box 1492, Pt. Lauderdale, FL


CAR TAKER NEEDED tor
subdivliso] In ovbd -
an 2m@29 oro 5818


Come by Classifie d Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 bn Nassau 352 -6608 in Fre8eport from Qa~m to 5pm Mon. toF.-Sa.am.t1p.


C ~JP I1


ErF eCrENCE by M he d
Idol New Moon CIb OEastern


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iECHANIC Required
guerhaul and repair heavy c
djrsel and gasoline tractors
titucks, also reairs to cars

epperince requirel0 on
type of equipment, able to
and Acetylene weld and
pint and bodywork wouk
art advantage.
Apply to: Person
Department, Grand Baha
Port Authority Limited, P.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kip
Bu ldln, Freeport, Gr

C7224
WO METAL FRAMI
MECHANICS: Lay
supervisor, be able to I
blueprints and co-ordli
work. 5 years experi<
required.
T WO ACOUSTIC

supervisor, C abie to 1
bliueprints and co-ordit
work. 5 years experience.
interested Persons Ap
GRAND BAHAMA HOTE
COUNTRY CLUB, W1
END, GRAND BAHAl
Elon Martin, Jr., Persol
Director.


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Positions where oepae
holds a material adva g diep
Ms opoent has nha tb
a~tadr e oftn finely blnod
wt single eno rarwn deol-
Donald Byn (atedi, to move)
tin the San Antonio tournament
is a case in point. White has all
ohi Ipea 0 A~d &o nutE ~uP
Blorok nseas a very acuate
move to survive
International marster Byrme
oaldto sp ig heBt plan; can
Par times: 10 seconds, chees
master oragr; 1 minute,
county steuld mi minutes, tb
mdn~res, novice. ,aeae

Chess Solution
1 .. B-l gles Blac~k the
advan~g 4;te 2x B, Q---Kt5
ch toinnq Ihe rook, or 2 Rx B,
Q--Kt5 ch; 3 R-Kt3, QxB totth
a_~~_ Jaed .L 2 B-K2,
andl again White's attack is fn
an the atcrt al ec, Byrne
SIKKtJI twmen (Wfc e)
a witnning attack.


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REX MOR GAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS


Im~c~~


rnE miner son ven, enownI-word the clne withl no( numbller
andl ewert fus1 the hr4t in ecnch section. no order to tse c~lue4
words thatyo seek*W out(. They wl:1 help \ou alth ints ofr other


Good, hnm mwe keep each
00tr company." says Bil
bligidy, so long as your ub
dosen't frightn al the fklaI"
Urb~itchling his haversek he
Opens n a, bu l91kt Me next
moment~ he givs a ory: My
todl it's gone C-- mst
Itav doqpped it" W~hen
eAppor tal ia blM Of th flnaig
ALL R)IONITS


J UDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS
WE HAD SHE'LL DE HERE IN A FEW BY THE WAY, SAM ... DID BETSY...
KATIHERLNE AHD I WER SOME MINUTES! SHE'S OUT SACK BETSY FREMONT GET 1N FREMONT ?
BE61NNING TO THINK- PROBLEMS, WITH HER ORCHIDS! TOUCH WITH YOOWN SHE S
THAT YOU TWO HAD jlJUDGE...BUT TCOOIN RROTO'O SET
ABANDONED US!-~- THEY RE A LL HEMORO FTERS ESTATE
SOLVED NOW H FTE' SA!

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COME ON, THIOMPSON OUX MAY NOT BE AWARE OF Tf ROMANO HYSTERICAL ISN' T UITE THE WORD,
~~I'M PUTTING YOU TO B KM WSE wAsO VLA TO MY FRED H WAS PAINMP
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STE VE R 0PER & MI KE NOMAD by saunders & o ver gard


C7226
1 BASS GUITAR PLAYER:
with experience in all types of
dance music, must be able to
read music well for playing in
o H TEL PHOTOGRAPHER:
to work on commission
1 GARDENER/LABOURER:
Interested persons, apply to:
THE GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST EN D, GR AN D
BAHAMA PLEASE
CONTACT: OSSIE HALL,
BANDMASTER AND MR.

EEROSONNEM ADR NiOR.JR,

C7227
THREE FURNITURE
BUILDERS qualified to
build and repair all types of
cabinet work, household and
office furniture. Minimum 10
years experience in this filed.
GENERAL MANAGER with
outside representative
experience to estimate cost of
Abo to ra b ni rits,w dr
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.
Q7239 m
THREE LABOURERS: Must
be able to work on large
grounds area, or do any other
tyeof labour job.
Ineetdpersons apply to:
THE GRAND BAHAMA
HTEL &ECOUNTRGRA CL

BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.
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:
ELDON MARTIN, JR.*
PERSONNEL DI RECTOR,
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL & e
COUNTRY CLUB, WEST
END, G RAN D BAHAMA.

C7242
(1) BELLMAN: To carry golf
bags to Pro Shop when
checking guests in and out.
Must be able to drive and
possess a valid driver's licence.
(1 maO ATEaNDANoP a

(1 CLEANER: Must be able
to drive. Work involves
cleaning up, building sand
t aps, trimming bushes, et .
Mst be wilng to wo k
Sunday, also must possess a
valid driver's licence.
(1) MAID: To service and clean
epl Momn ay through Friday

Noon onl9 t~o ming's Idn l2
Golf Club, Personnel
Department.

MARINE SUPPLIES
7229
1969 Chris Craft Com. 27 ft.
all Fibergiass, 2-200 H.P.,
Radio, Depth Finder, Compass.
2 Fish Chairs, Outriggers, Ice

..tas "eepe I. Vet ,lean n
excellent condition. $11,000
Firm. Call Freeport 3526284
t II 5 p.m.


C8950
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in

Scessful~r cadates ffic b
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport. Bahamas.
C7213
Ct. Aos Tff iceW Bx F- 4
Freeport, Grand Bahama, has a
job opportunity available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Maintenance organization,
Freeport, for the following
position :
BAHAMIAN INDUSTRIAL
ENGINEER -recently
qualified from an Accredited
C I eh ulotraiu st a. Pannow
other network Maintenance
Management systems. No
practical experience needed
just educational qualifications.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C7232
JOB OPPORTUNITY
Required by an Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
POmSla ON: Fi nancial
Accountant
QUALI FICATIONS: High
School education with 3-4
years advanced education in
accounting or college degree.
JOB DESCRIPTION :
Maintains corporate books and
records for two Companies*
prepares accounting statements
and reports, forecasts prt,


estvay ou fia nci ac ir tes
Co-ordinates flow of funds
administers loan agreements,
performs cost accounting and
assists in various complex
accounting matter s.
Co-ordinats supply, sales and
accounting for all marketing
operations concerning marine
and industrial lubes and

fX E INE: Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting with
emphasis on financial and cost
a cc ou n tng. Petroleum
accounting experience is highly
desirable.
ONLY BAHAMIANS WILL BE

Ples DeEREst~ating details of
qualifications and experience
and present salary to: C.E.
AMBRISTER, PERSONNEL
OFFICER, P. O. BOX F-2435
FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA '
C7234
MANAGER C OS T
PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
Bahama Cement Company
requires a qualified person to
manage the activities of the
cost analysis staff. Applicant
must have a university degree
with major in accounting and
at least 10 years experience in
industrial standard cost
accounting. Position requires a
person thorou g hiy
k no wiedgeable in
establishment and maintenance
of an in process standard cost
system and cost analytical
program and in economic
analysis techniques as applied
to a large manufacturing
operation.
Interested applicant contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.
C7237
rIRr AMAcDAnrequie sa
must have previous experience
in maintenance DC8 and DC9
aircraft, however, applicants
with 707-727-BAC111 -
VC10 experience would be
con side red. Su ccessful
aplicant will be required to
u oangotra ning in Canaa.
Apply In writing enclosing any
M rtifkcat ir Co aaD trick
Box F-391, Freeport, Bahamas.

Sr 0r and Washman required
with minimum of on* y**"'
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equipment.
Apply Bahama Uniform Rental
& Laundry, Box F-822.
Freeport.


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GENERAL TENDENCIES: The morning find.
you with all kinds of interesting means for
putting in action your plans, with the aid of an up-and~ioing
individual. Afternoon and evening bring you the chance to do
those things which appeal to the romantic and the imaginative
side of your nature, so enjoy yourself then,
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Accept that invitation in am
that can bring you much happiness, but reserve the evening for
quiet pleasre and fun. Plan the future so it is more as you
want it to be. An expert can give you excellent ideas, advice
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You can handle that home
affair well in a.m., but tonight is fine for the social side of life.
Put more harmony into your home by being more thoughtful,
kind. Favorite hobby with friends is excellent in p m
G;EMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have some excellent
prograin in mind that should be discussed with associates to
get cooperation for it. Shop early also. Carry through later
with what higher-up expects of you, and get community
affairs handled also.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can do
whatever will add to your assets in a.m., but in the evening it is
best to carry through with new ideas you have Consult with
some financial expert for best results first, however
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Get appearance improved in am m,
then keep business and other important appointments on time,
and get fine results. Arrange social affair early so all goes well
for you. Grow.
VIRGO3 (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You are highly inspired in
a.m., so make notes of ideas in order not to forget them, since
later you have to gain the goodwill of an associate Do what is
required of you. Show your intellect, charm to others.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Morning is best time to get a
bigwig to give you the support you need for your plans and
aims. Do something later to improve your surroundings and
accept that social invitation.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get that civic work done
early in the day, then you have time for the pleasure and
recreation you want. Do something to please a bigwig Evening
fine for creative work.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You have the chance
now to make a new friend, find the right associate you need
for any business venture, so that both home and Job are
improved. Answer out-of-town letters and do some
entertaining at home tonight.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Handle responsibilities in
the morning so that later you can keep appointments with
persons helpful to your interests. Get the shopping done that
ee ip rstanA fvor for an attachment can pave the way for
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Sit down with partners in
a.m. and clarify mutual affairs so you can later make
improvements on whatever is of a financial nature Get budget
better organized, too. Try to please mate more
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Buy the clothing you need in
a.m. and try to reach a better understanding with fellow
workers. Health and charm treatments are also important.
Time spent with congenial can lead to something very fine
now.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ..he or she will be
one of those charming young people who can wheedle just
about anything from others by simply using the winning smile,
and so long as you teach early to stand on own two feet and to
be ethical, there can be very big success in this chart because
the mind is sharp and there is a liking for people and the desire
to please them. The spiritual understanding is great, too


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Troutt Sonesta a Beach Hotel or Dolphin Pens at Clifton
Pier $50 REWARD


tom ero'so rcng Pas obb a r
Race Track.
Istl R E S Furlongs
I Wonder Mist II
I. Lopop 11
4. Secret Agent 123
BunclyMoe Dadiing) 115
6. La Nesra Fueta 111
7. Qen OfHearts 11

Sub.
Wicked Dal Ill
2NnD RAChe --6Iurlongs 13
2nd half diy double Il
2.Anonymous Ill
3. Sir D 118
4 lopul gar 11

8 iht e e Young It
9. Dassinator 111
Sub.
Desert Fox 113
Runaway Child II3
3RD RACE 6 Furlongs

3. Forest Fire If I ts
4. Miss Constance 113
S Ugly 113
6. Sea Fury 113
7. Bardoo Boy 113
8 County 113
9.NyaA Jy 15
The Hustler li18
4TH RACE 6 Furlongs
1. Scrw Ball I IS
2. Mileaway Champ 115
3. Donna Alicia II I12
4. Tamette Dial 112
5. Stoplight IIS
6.Roa OlHder 11

5T RCOE 4%1 Furlongs I2
1.China Doll III
2. Firt Ill
3. Consder Me 114
4. Walt Awhile III
6.enM da Te Road 11
7 issp~ nawe I
9. Kin I re 114
Sub. Uncle Mac 114
6TH RACE 5 Furlongs
1. bldelSga II2
3 Sun 11
5. Moon Walk 112
6. Miss Advantage IIS
7. Horan Shaorn IIS
.Coun Zorich ln
SuH HRAC 4% Furlongs 21
I.Doe Doe 114
2. Madison Life 114
3. EI Spyrow 114
C. Mis O 11
6. Skeeter l114
7. Go Billy Go 1III
8. Lady Rolle III
9. Fair Lady 111
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'iHang Em High Ill
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I. Free For Anale ill
2. Tassl Ill
3. Sophis III
4. Hawle 's Diana 111
5. Mis a lie I17
6. Debt III
7. Una Cops De Vino Ill
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1 97 2 SQ UASH
CHAMPIONS Robert D.
Montgomery and Doreen
McNeil have been nominated
by the Bahamas Squsat
Racketa Asociation for the
Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Sports Sportsman and
Sportswoman of the year
Award.
Tomorrow night at 7 o'clock
at the Crown Ball Room of the
Sonesta Beach Hotel, the Prime
Minister's Trophies will be
presented to the outstanding
Sportsman and Sportswoman
of 1972. Bahamian star Sidney
Poitier and Miss Bahamas are
expected to be on hand to
present the awards. The social
begins with cocktails at 7
o'clock to be followed by
dinner and the presentations.
Montgomery, undefeated in
two years of inter-club and
international matches with
Jamaica, Bermuda and
Freeport, first played squash at
the age of 14. Although he at
one time preferred to play
tennis and at one time
represented his county
Gloucestershire --it was not
until he went to live in Cardiff,
Seo th daesfo lyea ha he

squash. It was there that he
learned the fundamentals and
strategy of the game and it has
stood him in good stead ever
since.
From Cardiff there followed
a spell of seven years in
Lon me layngwhic n time
competitive atmosphere of
club and league competition. It
was, tere ore, wit a lof of
experience that Montgomery
arrived in Nassau in March
1969.
He was i mme diately
successful in the game here and
within two months of arriving


Baseball ltoeigh
DEFENDING League Champions
Del Jarne, undefeated in three games
this season, seek their fourth
consecutive tonight when they take
on last placed Jet Set 7 o'clock at
the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
After defeating defending
,Mhamplen Big QhMarke (ormedl

Lumber and Schlitz Beer.
Playing the second game at 9:30
Schiltz Beer take on Beck's Bees.
STANDINGS

Del Jane 0
Big Q Market 2 I
Beck's Bees 2 I
Bahamas Blenders 2 2
Schiltz Beer I 2
Paradise Island 1 2
Ha tle Lumber 0 2


time, McNeil has not lost a
match to any female player
and in addition is quite highly
ranked on the Club's men's
ladder.
McNeil, besides being an
outstanding player, epitomizes
sportsmanship and spends
much of her time coaching and
helemsn other blavers.


won the Nalssau Opaen
Championship in one of the
most exciting matches seen
on the island. Since then he has
gone on to win the
championship three times in a
row and became the first
Champion of the Bahamas
when the inaugural event was
held in Nassan in November


1971.
UNBEATEN
Doreen McNeil, a member of
the Freeport Squash Qlub and
undefeated in all matches,
began playing long ago but not
regularly. It was not until 1968
when the Freeport Squash
Club opened that she began
remnlar enmnatition_ Since that


FORMER HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP of the Bahamas ert
Perry will have one of the greatest opportunities of his life
tonight when he takes# on Miamian Johnny Hudgias at 8:30 at the
Nassau Stadium.
It was disclosed by his manager Garth Wright that famed.
boxing promoter Angelo Dundee has promised the winner of
tonight's bout a match with world ranking heavyweight Jimmy
Ellis.
Perry, returning to the boxing arena for the second time since
losing his heavyweight title to Boston Blackle, s also almingl for a
return match with the present heavyweight champ Bladck. Late
last year, Perry disposed of Gene Idlette in a four round technical
knockout.
According to trainer Wright, Perry is in excellent shape and
going on the offensive from the first round, he is expecting Perry
to dispose of Hudgins in the fifth round via a knockout.
Hudgins on the other hand is out to maintain his unbeeatn
record in Nassau. Twice already he has defeated Boston Blackle.
The first time by a knockout and the second by a ten round
decision
Confident that Perry will win tonight, Wright said that he wiB
try and get the Ellis fight in Nassasu. "It is no easy task," said
Wright concerning tonight's fight. "Hudins is a rough and tough
fighter. We'll go the mile and still some more."
Perry, who will be entering the ring at 210 pounds, is in fine
shape and Perry will be pressuring Hudgins from the first round.
In the semi final event, Otis Clay meet Moss. There will be
other supporting bouts including a wrestling match between two
of the top wrestlers in Nassau.


10HMAY MILLER LEADS ICC 288 far 4


uSA well i.lesa l i





DEFENDING ATHLETICS CHAMPIONS St. Augustine's
College with an overa8 total of I19 points were, up to midday
today, leading five of six divisions of the Inter-School 1973 Track
and Field competition. Second with an overall of SSV2 points is
Government High School. St. John's is third with 45 points and
Queen's College has 37.
S.A.C. in the junior b ys Queen s College got a first to
division oyktw ist lead by ten points. Aquinas
divisioecton tt ifrst thah College is second with eight
division with 36 points. St. and Government High third
John's with two first and one with six. S.A.CI. placed sixth in
third is second with 26. Both that event and got one point.
Queen's College and Adderley The Intermediate boys saw
HighhaveII oint eac inS.A.C. again taking full control
Hiha have 11 o inseahi with two firsts to lead with 20
Inthat uir il division. points. Tied for second in that
with only one final completed, evn i qna olg d


3 Andrews tll e151 toi~s.
BAD CONTROL
S.A.C. continue their lead in
the intermediate girls section as
they dominated the only event
sofar run. Second with eight
points are Adderley High and
Prince Williams High.
Although S.A.C. does not
have a senior form they
nevertheless entered both
senior boys and senior girls
competition and are presently
laigi bh with 26 andl 16
behind in the senior boys
division with 22 points is
G.H.S. Second in the senior
girls is Reeves Hiigh with 11
points.
Yesterday's competition was
marred by some very bad lack

ch lswdfiv n hduA da erjn
had to beheld over until
toda Today's events were
better organized.

DRAW FORt BECK'S



eBkEsLOWeris the tdorab Id t e
Coral Harbour SundaEFMarch 18.
8:20 Ron Velton, Don Fisher,
Peter Burbridge, Bob Howe.
8:30 Mal Evans, Stuart Bain,
lan Craig, Trevor Sunderland.
8:40 Dennis Morley, lan
Lever, Dick Pyrat, Rob Stewart.
8:50 E. Weech, Jim
Duncombe, Fred Higgs, Bob

Ei ibsn co b Mlrm
Feldman, Reg D~umont, Trevor
Hurn hreys
9: 0 Beryl Higgs, Sue Bennett,
Miss L. Horton, Ch~istine Gardner.
Br gdn, Tom Yong dalDon .
Smih Joy herbrl 1,. Pauen e
Vandsorpool.DineSok ad
Bolstand. Ted Bolstand. H pt n
Wralo opemvmi. o~an
1e 00 Jim Virgl, Jef Alury
G01 I fikRdord, Bill
TENTH TEE *
8:30 Foster Bethel, Billy
Steven Fred Fatrrington
K8:40 -mR dr iet D.Morgn'
8:50 Mike Kelly, Laurine
Mal leish, Sam Caito, Scottle
9:00 -- Nat Hopkins, Charles
Smith, B. Benjamin, Cedric Lains.
9:10 R. Bygrave, K. W~lls.
Adrian Senior, George Friesen
9:20 S. Forbes, L. Sweeting, J.
Dowe0 ynda .cFadden, Ray
Malion, Gordon Lomer, Ruess
Madill.
9:40 Calvin Cooper, Bill
Cooper, Rudy McSweeney, Tony
Hepburn.
9:50 Willie Patton, George
Knowles, E. Culmer, V. Deane.
10:00 David Dumont, Doulas
Roberts, Bill Stirling, C. Gardener
Rm1010 RicRory Gi@ s, L~aerd
Gibson.


Malestt Pakistaa
KARACHI (AP)-A second
wicket partnership of 168 between
Dennis Amiss and Keith Fletcher
hespdt tP2ad' oMCCt c ick
play In the Second Test against
Pakistan Friday*
mAmiss (18) a tpta br d32
concentration and masterly stroke
During the morning session
Amiss looked subdued, scorinB
only 27 runs in the 120 minutes,
But after lunch he served up a
feast of batting to the 20,000
crowd. NHi innings included 27
fours*
While Amiss scored his second
Test century here Fletcher was
unlucky to miss it and was out for
78.
The rate of scoring was very slow
untel l c. The sc ingrspad di u
for one.
Soon after tea MCC lost Ihelir
second wicket when Fletcher was
caught with the total still 190.
Lewis was third man to go at 250
and Amiss went at 259.




U.K CISTOM illl



LONDON (AP)- IhreaUlln soccer
qus io ed fr ado hor d
customs officers at London Airport
Thursday while team mates of his
Santos club flow home amid a row
with their EnglWs hosts.
fuPele las netpt dh ao oa be
luggage.
Santos were accused of
threatening to walk out on two
sellout games with British clubs
enaso he were paid a tra cash at
on a world tour. Pele was
stopped on his way to board a
planea home by customs men who
discovered he was carrying a sports
bag crammed with hundreds of
American dollars. His agent and his
wife, Rosemary, were also
4uestioned.
Pele said later: "Tlhe money was
that which I had earned on the
world tour. It is my money and I
flew in with it."
A customs spokesman explained:
"We were carrying out a routine
check and noticed that Mr. Pele had
a large amount of money in his
hand luggag. We cannot say how
much we ear not allowed to
disclose this information.
"We thought it was possible the
football player may have been
taking an excessive amount of
money out of the country. After
4uestioning him, there were no
currency irregularities whatsoever.
"We don't lke to hear of
people missin their flight because
of these checks but we have our job
to do. We had no choice biut to
detain Mr. Pele for questioning."


JATKOV LE JACKSONVILL

Lank Jo~hOn Mill co quere th1~
pressure of playirr he d-to head
sxthnd J-acr 6 sand tosof the
first-round lead Thursday in the
$130,000 G;reater Jacksonville
Open golf tu nmet.plyn ih

spraie efot e dhich In1u e
7,088-yard Deerwood Club course.
"He is so great, you want to
prove to him that you can play
too," Miller said. "It is very tough.
Some of the younger players, when
they .et airdb "t ni, ca't evn
Miller, a 25-year-old blond in his
fourth year on the tour. held a
one-stroke lead over a group of six
tied at 67. They were headed by
veteran Doug Sanders, who broke
hi plu erla~ftei hoe an rwyeld
putt( tiuhe owt smeway to peq
my name in the papers, won't I?'
Iaued anders.
soat 67 were Allen Miller, a
tour sophomore and no rel lion t?
hmntnown herooSm so Melnyk cj
a pair of rookies --Tom Kite and
Ralph Schlicht.
Nicklaus and Bruce Crampton ot
u9 Irampo ra o twc ac

"Actually I didn't play too
badly," said Nicklaus, the 1972
Player of the Year. "Certainly I
fUIayedn beter n I did last week."
Di ala astern Oped at Suninay I
w his poorest performance o the
Tony Jacklin, who made a
eia trip to this country to
eedhis title in this event, had a
mediocre 71, just one un or par
'A vey inspire 11or, ta s
Ilt was just bab round.
Lee Trevnlo, Aronid Palmer and
GaMy Player are not comhpetlHS*
Calliclles twl81e an tone ofrita
brih est soung sta on th tora
fun round."

LIGHTNIN IN LEAD
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA
(AP)- Ted Turner's Lightnin is
expected to swing through the
Windward Passage between Cuba
and Haiti Friday and begin surfing
home on the final leg of the
811-mile Miami to Montego Bay
yacht race,
With, ENE winds freshening to
18-25 knots, the Class A fleet began
picking up speed on close reachs.
For the second day, G. Van Metre's
Rucnnng Tide and James Baldwin's
'Sorcery wee locked in a duel for
the Clas lead ecast of Cat Island.
The handicaSp race's scratch boat,
S.A. "Huey" Long's 73 foot
Ondine, had gone far to the east,
even beyond San Salvador. Lons
ap ak ntly hopesxito met Ondlnd
on a bro seac under slnker
through the Crooked Island
PIWaell Stehouse' 49-foot soop
t ra. conti ud to pull ahead of


From Page 6
likeable as a man who later,
off-stage, beats her black and
blue but his attractiveness to
Evy was tangible and when,
drunk, she invites herself to his
place it is entirely credible.
Anthony Delaney, complete
with faultless Spanish accent,
comes on as the delivery boy
Manuel as if he had stepped
straight out of the Sharks in
"West Side Story". A delight!
John Hester's direction has
neglected a few points. The
actors tend to lose successive
laughs by not "riding" the
previous one and more than


one of the cast was
occasionally difficult to hear.
But these are relatively
unimportant points in a good
production. Jerry Smith's set
should perhaps have suggested
more faded grandeur than
seediness and the props
department shouldn't have
given a penniless musician a
gold lighter, even if it didn't
work!
"The Gingerbread Lady", is
a very funny play well worth
seeing for the leading
performances. At the Dundas
until Sunday night, curtain
time 8.30 p.m.


Friday, March 16, 1973


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