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VOL. LXX, No. 99 Monday, Marc 19, 1973 Pe t


Mi amri p oli ce a re
investigating.
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The radio station said the
vessel was owned by a
Bahamnian comipany~ headed by
American Frank Ryan, who
would make no comment from
his New York Officec



by "('ago ('onstruction
< op nny. s ow r p rethat
immediautely available.
A spo~kesman for Crawfish
Irspo rtg t ien argesetd ko
mocrning he had never heard of
the R. V. Victory. The vessel
mright opertte fromn one ofr the
o u ht isl nd r e o mb in g fo llo w s
IrocnthS o~f tension between
B hami and Miamni-based

A Miami union recently
staged a boy'cott of Bahamnian
shipping to demand the release
of three Cuban-Ameria
fishermen imprisoned here fo
po~aching.
When a U.S. court ordered
the longshoremen to end the
boycott, a number of
fishermen began picketing
Bahamian shipping in Miami,
and until a second court order
was issued on March 9, the
longshoremen refused to cross
the picket lines.
The picketing, too, has now
stopped, and the Supreme
Court on Tuesday last week
upheld the conviction and
sentence of the fishermen.





THE: SPENCER kidnapping
preliminary inquiry before
Magistrate Kenneth McAlister
was on Friday adjourned to
Thursday, March 22, when the
last five witnesses are
scheduled to testify.
Mr. McAlister is hearing the
Pl to determine whether there
is sufficient evidence on which
to commit policeman Spurgeon
Dames, 25 and ex-policeman
Leroy Mcelan, 35 for trial in
the Supmeme Court on charges
of kidnapping, attempted
extortion, burglary with intent
to commit a felony, assault
with a deadly instrument and
possession of firearms.
Dames and McLean have
been charged with the of fences
in connection with the
February IS kidnapn of
Andrea Spencer, 4'/4fro the
Aobme of er parents on
F bacore Drive, Lucaya,
Freeport.
dAnd re a's kidnappers
from der fat 0r, Or rRsome
Shpe R, age~neralofmanagro


found wandering near the
abandoned church where she
had been held for two nights,
and was returned to her
parents by three visitors to
Freeport.


No one
65-foot R.
time.


was aboard the
V. Victory at the


TIhe increases, introduced on November last year the union to $3.25; hotdogs are now 75
March 10, came only four and management signed a work cents compared with the
months after Nassau Airport contract calling for wage former 50 cents; milkshakes
Caterers was purchased for an increases and other fringe have risen from 60 cents to 80
undisclosed sum by Bahamas benefits which would increase cents and a serving of conch
Catering, Limited, a Bahamian labour costs "some 30 to 40 chowder has jumped from $1
company headed by Garet percent." to $1.25.
"Tiger" Finlayson. Whether the new owners
Mr. Finlayson and all other hvdeidtoncaepres Those increases, ranging
spokesmen for the company to cover the increased costs is from just over 18 percent to 50
are off the island and could not not known. percent,, average slightly less


Caeortn Wokr n whac caTerine irnts hs incrsea edt tl Bopaie thet"o so p
represents the catering firm's prices. Cheeseburgers, formerly morp and get I ssno y
employees, pointed out that $1.40, are now S t.70; steak servings are smaller than
iust before the sale in sandwiches are up from $2.75 before, they claimed, and



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THE TRANSPORT MINISTRY has n itd LandT reved tenders f or mailboat contracts to
replace the my New Day on the Cat Island, Inagua and Long Island routes, leaving the much
overworked New Day to deal only with Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay.
Transport Ministry complaints from his a 21-month contract early in
permanent secretary Conrad constituents that the mailboat July last year, after the
Knowles confirmed this had not called as scheduled, contract for the my Eastern
morning that tenders for the and residents were critically Prince was terminated by
Cat Island, Inagua and Long short of essential supplies, Government for alleged
Island services have been including food. inadequate service.
received, "and they are nlow Reports of inadequate When the original New Day,
being consideredd" service have come to .The also owned by Freedoni
Contracts will probably be Tribune only from Crooked Shipping, burned in Clarence
awarded to the successful Island and Acklins, but it is Town Harbour on July 6, the
tenderers, if there are any, on expected that Cat Island and contract for the Long Island
April 1, he said. Inagua, both in nearly identical and Inagua run, formerly
The destruction by fire of circumstances, probably handled by the New Day, was
two other mailboats resulted in suffered from poor service as given to the Sea Salvor
the New Day's having to well. subsequently re-named the
handle three different routes, Long Island is serviced by New Day.
beginning in January this year. Other mailboats in addition to On January 11 this year the
Cyril Tynes, M.P. for the New Day. my Church Bay, mailboat for
Crooked Island and Acklins, The New' Day is owned by Cat Island, was destroyed by
has said it was "physically Freedom Shipping Company. fire at the Potter's Cay dock.
impossible" for ttteNew Day Formerly the Sea Salvor., the The New Day was given a
to service al tre routes vessel began operating on the temporary contract to service
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whereas before salads or soup
used to be included in various
orders, they are now
side-orders and cost more.
The leader behind the move
for a petition, who asked that
his name be withheld, told The
Tribune that he expects to get
about 150 signatures --"90
percent of the people out here,
not including the porters who


Hesaid "leadon'inknohe
whether the petition will do
kn ttd "but we're taking a
PETITION
He said the petition would

Airp "":dratersom ng mnt
He did not say how long it
would take him to collect the
signatures.

toda, he :::d :":.: wr
really busy over the weekend,
and so man airport people are

A petition, he said, was the
only course open to the airline
workers, because Nassau
Airport Catereers have a
"monopoly" on food sales in
the airport.
'If you want to eat you've
got to buy from them," he
pointed out.
IIe said he had tentative
plans to ask airline workers to
bring meals to work with them
for a few days to avoid
patronising the restaurants, if
the petition produces no
results.
Another source said "a lot
of people at the airport are
very upset. Prsonly e Sou
Ocan ou oub for a
hamburger or something. Even
though South Ocean is sort of
semi-exclusive, there's a 30 or
40 cent spread between what
you pay for a hamburger at
South Ocean and what you pay
at the airport now."
UP IN ARMS
A senior airline executive
said "my staff is all up in
arms." He pointed out that, for
airline employees, there often
is not enough time to drive to
the South Ocean Golf QCub,
Travellers Rest, the Balmoral
Beach Hotel or other
relatively close places to get a
meal .
Other sources wondered
why, if increased costs is the
reason for the increased prices,
the caterers have not applied to
the airlines to raise the price on
food going aboard aircraft for
in-flight meals.
It is understood that supply
contracts set the price at cost
plus a percentage.
The only company man
contacted by The Tribune
Airport Restaurant manager
Nick Pelecanos, said he was not
in a position to comment.
it is not known whether
there have been price increases
also in the restaurants
operated by the same company
at Freeport International
Airport .
Nassau Airport Caterers was
formerly owned jointly by the
Bethell Estates, Mr. George
Skandalaris and Mr. Nick
Pikramenos, who is a director
and the general manager of
Bahamas Catering.
Other company officers are
Mr. Finlayson, president,
Everett Bannister, a leading
figure in Bahamas World
Airways and Flamingo Airlines,
treasurer, and attorney Jack
Duffus, secretary. All are
presently off the island, The
Tribune learned.
Mr. Finlayson is due back on
Friday.


SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR 1972
BASKETBALL'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Sterling Quant of the Kentucky
Colonels receives the Sportsman of the Year Trophy from Miss Bahamas, Cypriana
Munnings, Saturday after he was named Sportsman of the Year during the Bahamas
Federation hof Amateur Sports' annual awards present io~ns Florence Rolls non inat d
Quant's right is film star Sidney Politer and to Miss Bahamas' right is Mr. Vincent
Ferguson, president of the B.F.A.S. and B.A.B.A. Tracy Jagr and Beryl Higgs were second
and first runnersup respectively in the ladies division and Andy Knowles and Nathaniel
Knowles in the men's division.
(e SEE STORY AND PICTURES BACK PAGE) Photo: RICKEY WELLS



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OVER $2,500 WORTH OF EXPENSIVE HIGH-HEELED SHOES were stolen from Helen's
Shoe Store in the Madeira Shopping Plaza shortly after I a.mn. today in the store's fourth break-in
for the year.


"of nsT ovrhe r thus kin
manager Jimmy Klonaris in
disgust. "I wish something
could be done about this alrel."
Aoit:Foug it if: teotc
the store, the men rushed
f uro"'"offe front door when
stationed. It is understood they
pushed hlim aside and drove off
in a van. Apparently, the police
expected then to try to make
their break for freedom
through the back door and so
"three or four policemen went
back there leaving one man at
the front door," Mr. Klonaris
said.
Mr. K~lonaris, 30, has
managed the store since July,
1972 for his in-laws, Mr. and
Mrs. George Constantakis.
"At 1:30 this morning the
police called me at my home to
say that the store was broken
into," said Mr. Klonaris who
Eives at Vista Marina, West Bay
Street.

thatW nh tore ad edd n etoeu
and I had been cleaned out of
one line of very expensive
shoes he said. "This is the
fourth break-in for this year.
Last year we had 12
break-ins."
BLOW TORCH
"When I arrived the police
were on the scene. I have an
iron grate that is pulled across
the doors and windows --two
or thmee stores over here have
them and I thought I was as
well protected as the others. I
had two locks on the gate and
a main lock on the door itself.
What I understand from the
police is that they had a blow
torch and probably cut the
main lock and forced the door
open.
"Three weeks ago," he said
"they smashed the lock and
took $300 worth of goods. I
replaced the lock on the iron
gate with a $30 Chubb lock.
They couldn't smash this when
they made another attempt last
week. But they ripped off the
wooden door and found a rake
nearby and raked out a number
of shoes through the iron grill.
"A new door was put on
early last week with four heavy
bolts. They thought they'd
have a go at it again this
morning. They damaged the
door, and took it ofl it hinges
but the door was bolted front:
the inside and they couldn't
get it off.
"They then moved to the
front door and either by force
or by a torch they broke both
locks on the iron gate. They
then forced the main door
open," he said.
'CLEANED OUT'
"They like my store," Mr.
Klonaris explained, "because I
carry the high fashion,
high1-heeled, thick-soled men's
shoes that sell for $45 to $60
per pair. I am the only one
who carries this line and they
absolutely cleaned me out.
They took about 50 pairs of


six "Klonaris said he intends
to put another iron gate at the
back of his store and a
complete alarm system

'"lf th police hadn't come
over here when they did my
whhl store woul ha e b can in
Volkswagon van," he said.
They had parked the van at the
front of the stose while they
were inside.
Mr. Klonaris said that whlen
he had given his statement he
went outside his store with the
Policeman. "As we stepped out
we saw a man dash into the
doorway of City Meat Market.
110 looked suspicious. The
policeman left me and went
across the road and arrested
hlim ."
Mr. Klonaris said it was
ironic that on Saturday, just
before the break-in, he was
discussing the possibilities with
a security firm of having two
men and a dog patrol the area.
shopm trying to get the other
and added, "they see
prepared to do it." y e
onMr.oKlo aris' store is not the
Reuben's Shoe Store has had
many break-ins. Cole's
Pharmacy and Burn's House
have also been entered.







( FORGE Ponton, 98, a
resident of Governor s
Ilarbour, Eleuthera, smnee
I946,, died at his home
yesterday. Funeral services
were conducted at 4:30 p.i.
the same day by Rev. John
l~arson of St. Patrick's
r:piscopal Church.
AZ native of Ontario, Canada'
and a former member of the
Royal Canadian Northwest
Mounted Police, Mr. Ponton is
survived by a niece, Mrs.
Malcolmi Graham of G;overnor's
Harbour and Virginia, a
grand-nephew Rev. Malcohn
Graham of Virginia and a
grand-niece Mrs. Lewis Eng~man
of Virginia.


SOIl7, MR. WIXO W

IN a story in the March 14
issue of T'he Tribune dealing
with two Miamians picked up
by police at Andros with bags
of marijuana, it was stated in a
headline that "3 US law
enforcement officers help in
Walker's Cay arrest."
This was wrong. The arrest
was made at Williams Cay,
Andros.
Walker's Cay is well-known
as the Bahamas retreat of
President Richard Nixon who
often flies there from his
Florida White Hlouse in Key
Biscayne.


By SIDNEY DORSETT
FIVE AMERICANS visiting Nassau for the first time "on
vacation" were each sentenced to 12-months in prison with hard
labour by Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules this morning after he
convicted them on charges including possession of dangerous
drugs, forgery, fraud by false pretences, attempted fraud and
receiving.
Melvin Robinson, 32, of 15 Colonial Htotel, where they
Avenue East Orange, New stayed while here, they were
Jersey, a waiter, alias "Leontard not represented in court.
T. Butler", arrived here with Dressed in calf-length coats and
his four friends, New Jersey flare-legged trousers with
salesman, Reginald Pattillo, 36, pl eats, they seemed
Ibrahim Hanif, 25, Carl E. unconcerned by the charges.
Mayers, 21 and Sammie Lee The court-room was left
Carter on March II. with only 15-persons including
The five were ordered to be police-officers, an attorney,
deported after serving their press reporters, the court
sentences at the prison by intrepreter and Chief
Magistrate Hercules who Magistrate HIercules when two
viewed them as attempting to policemen escorted them away.
portray "big-time spenders" The spectators, about 90 of
without any means. Appearing them, rushed out the doors
in gay spirits as they stood behind the group as they were
before the bar of the led away to the lock-up in
courtroom this morning, they Central Police Station.
smiled and even jostled while BELO)NGINGS
their charges were being read Robinson, the leader of the
to them by Insp. Silas Nixon, group who was charged
answering "not guilty" before separately with ten counts of
he was able to finish reading forgery and eight counts of
the charge. fraud by false pretences, asked
For the "premeditated the magistrate if his personal
fraud" of several Bay Street goods would be given back to
stores and the Sheraton British him by the police officers who
w w arrested the five at the airport
on March 13.
SALE Magistrate Hercules replied
CHEST that they would, adding, "but I
don't think you will be needing
OF them right now."
DRAWERS Robmson pleaded guilty to
the charges of forgery and
DOL~ WIISO fll~llllt fraud by flase pretences which
U ONLY NASSA OL obtained credit with a stolen
SCarte Blanche credlit card


year~~s laI r~

belonging to a Mr. Leonard T.
Butler of New York*
Victims of the fraud were
the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel branch of Mademoiselle,
Alpina Interna tional,
Thompson Brothers Liquor
Store, Lords of Nassau, Burn's
House Ltd., and Vinter's Arms
Liquor Store-
He was also ordered to pay
$150 or three months for
having two reefers in his
possession at the airport at the
time of his arrest.
JOINT CH-AR;ES
The other four were jointly
charged with Robinson for
incurring a $640 debt at the
Sheraton British Colonial HIotel
by fraud.
Charged separately, Hanif
was sentenced to three months
for receiving one pair of
trousers, two turtleneck shirts,
one pair of sunglasses, one
bottle of Cordon Argent
Brandy and two silver bangles
valued at $121.40.
Similar fines were imposed
on Mayers and Pattillo. Mayers
had received three bars of soap,
one tin of powder, one
long-sleeved shirt and three
bangles valued at $74.40 from
Robinson. Pattillo pleaded
guilty to receiving two silver
bangles valued at $28.45.
On another charge of
forgery, Pattillo was again
given a three-month sentence
for renting a self-drive car from
the National Car Rental


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R*Sistered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage conceaetona within the Bahamasa Nassau and Bahama Islands Leadin
g Newspaper


NEW AIRPORT CATERING FIRM PUTS UP

AIRPORT FOOD PRICES AFTER 4 MONTHS






Airportworkers prepare






to prtst 0 .c.hi e







III &1rp907 fO pr rces


By MIKE LOTHIAN
AIR LINE EMPLOYEES AT NASSAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT are preparing a petition to protest a 30
percent increase in food prices at the restaurant and coffee shops operated by Nassau Airport Caterers.


LOBSTER BOAT






A BAHAMIAN based lobster
boat, the R. V. Victory, was
firebombed while berthe~d at a


According to, WCB;S radio in
Miamni. the vessel wa~s mioored
at the F~ifth Street b~ridge
when, at about H p~m two
fire-bombs were toissd aboard.
One landed near a forward

tank;n t setn ne t
a u th or cities q u iikly
extinguished the hiate and
damage was "light" according
to~ WGBS.


GIRL IS FIRED

WITIHOST REASOn

T II E C R 01
Drive-In TIheatre has f'ired
another counter girl without
explanation, the Bahamas
Hotel and Catering Workers'
Union said Saturday.
Union secretary-general
Bobby Glinton said Gloria
Mackey was fired on Friday,
and as in the case last Sunday
of Gloria Bethel, no reason was
given by theatre manager Mr.
F. Bullard.
Mr. Glinton also disclosed
that at the meeting last
Wednesday of the Trade Union
Congress, the TUC promised to
support the Hotel Union in a
proposed boycott of the
drive-in. However, the TUC is
waiting to hear the results of
the Labour Ministry inquiry'
scheduled this week, into the
firing of Mrs. Bethel.
Mr. Glinton told The
Tribune last week, after Mrs,
Bethel's dismissal, that Mr.
Bullard had told him
management intended to fire
the entire staff as fast as
replacements could be trained,
Mr. Glinton said he was
under the impression the
firings are the result of a
management belief that
employees were stealing. But
the workers contend rats have
got into the storeroom and
destroyed a quantity of goods.
The Tribune has been unable
to contact Mr. Bullard for
comment.


LYFOil Cy



M RS. Mary Elizabeth
Timmins, 78, a resident of
Nassau for ten years, died at
her Lyford Cay home on
Satudy Fnducrda se vces ar
Church n alyford Cay at 10

A native of New Yolic, she is
survived by her husband, Noe
Alfred Timmins, a son John
Thomas, her daughters Lelia
Totten and Marie Therese
Timmins, a brother T. Edward
O'Callaghan of California and a
sister Helen O'Callaghan of
New York, in addition to seven
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. The
Timmins family as originally
from Timmins, Ontario'
Canada.
Persons wishing to send
flowers are asked instead to
make donations to the Sir
Victor Sassoon (Bahamas)
Ileart Foundation.


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American Indian Movement
(AIM) leader Russell Means
promising "a final ultim tm
sometime Monday, said "the
proposal we make will be the
deciding factor in whether the
negotiations continue.
"O~ur statement will bring
the confrontation to a head,"
Means said after meeting with
federal negotiators in Wounded
Knee Sunday.
Means said the government
offer Saturday by assistant
U.S. Attorney General
Harlington Wood "amounts to
total capitulation, total
surrender" on the part of the
Indians.
Wood had said the offer was
the best one the government
could make. Wood, Wayne
Colburn, director of the U.S
Marshal Services, and Richard
Hellstern, an assistant to Wood,
talked fo a2V2 hours with the
Idan laers in Woun e
Knee about the government's
three-phrase proposal.
Following that meeting
Wood said he expects more
negotiations.
Asked if the meeting had
been productive, he said, "I
think that as long as we're
talking together, we're making
progress. We're just trying to
doour bes otpogetdit r er. Th

process of negotiation have
been very decent".

goernnaent pro sd te
meeting of justice and interior
department officials with up to
seven members of the
occupying forces. The meeting
would be held at a neutral site.
SAFE PASSAGE
A spokesman for AIM said
the government would send
two top interior department
officials to Sioux Fall, S.D., to
consult with a maximum of
seven AIM leaders,;who would
be given safe passage to and
from Wounded Knee.
As soon as the negotiations
in Sioux Falls begin, AIM said,

federal prnodposdal allsofor tt e
Indians in Wounded Knee to
begin collecting and stacking
their weapons.
AIM members and residents
of the village would proceed to
the government roadblocks to
oe ientifierd an processed.
would be arrested.

Si fteFalls arencemltd t e
pooal ad, AIM meb r
p osr indsi tment womledmls
be aretd
ah third phase, AIM
said, is a federal promise not to
recommend high bail levels,
leaving the decision on bail to
the discretion of, judicial
authorities. AIM identified
the interior officials as Marvin
L. Franklin, assistant to the
secretary for Indian Affairs,
and Wiliam Rogers, deputy
assistant for Indian Affairs.
Franklin met Saturday with
Richard Wilson, the Oglala
Sioux tribal president, in
nearby Pine Ridge.
The protesting ladians in


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STORM NOW IN GREAT LAKES REGION
CHICAGO (AP)-The big storm that caused so much damage in the
South now is buffeting the Great Lakes region. Hundreds of people have
left their homes in low-lying areas along Lake Ontario, on both the
American and Canadian shores. about 500 people also have been evacuated
in the Saginaw bay area of Michigan,
A state of emergency has been declared in a nineounty area of Lower
Michigan. Snow is falling, heavily at times, from Michigan eastward to New
eor IIe
MOVIE HOUSE COLLAPSES ON SPECTATORS
MANILA (AP -The toll rose to 13 persons dead and more than 100
injured as reports of damage from an earthquake that shook a wide area of
the Philippines continued to trickle in Sunday.
The tremor, with an intensity of 6 on the Richter scale of 9, swayed tall
buildings and snapped power lines when it hit Saturday.
The Red Cross reported that seven persons died in the town of Lopez
and four in CYlaruag, Quezon Province, where 78 houses were destroyed. It
said 32 persons were injured in Lopez and 26 in Calauag.
The Philippine national railways, which had suspended the operation of
its southern lines between Manila and Legaspl due to quake damage,
confirmed the deaths of two, persons in Hondagua, Quezon Province, where
the concrete wall of a movie house collapsed on the spectators.
The Quarke was the fourth to hit the Philippines' main island of Luzon In
less than two weeks.
FLOODS CAUSE SECOND DERAILMENT
VERNON, VERMONT (AP')--Another derailment is reported this
morning this one a freight train that went off the tracks near Vernon,
vermont. No one was injured.
A spokesman for the Iboston-and-Maine line says 13 cars derailed when
the train tried to pass over a washed-o~ut section of track near the
Connecticut river. The spokesman says the accident will interfere with
Amtruk's weekend ski run fromt Washington to Montreal. He says B-and-M
plans to stop the southbound Amtrak train at Brattleborn, Vermont and
theyWl be transferred to another train to continue their journey.
SNOW DRIFTS HAMPER RESCUE OPERATIONS
EAST PALESTINE, O)HIO (AP)-Snow drifts up to five deep hampered
rescue operartio~ns at the train derailment south of Youngstown, Ohio early
this morning, but all passengers, including six to eight injured, are reported
to have been taken to the City Hlall in the community of East Palestine.
One man died when the "Broadway Limited" went off the tracks about
one mile from the P'ennsylvania border,
BRISK TRADING IN WORLD'S MONEY MARKETS
LONDON (APE-The dollar moved up strongly in brisk trading today as
foreign money markets opened for the first time in 17 days. Some centres
reported nervous trading as money operators looked for indications that
decisions made in Paris Friday have ended the two-month money crisis.
The paris agreement set asi major currencies to float freely in relation to
the dollar as a result of supply and demand. Shortly after the opening of
foreign exchanges, U.S. Treasury Secretary George Shultz is to meet with
13ritish Prime Minister Heath to press for early action to reform
international trading rules.
ALL ABOARD 55 DIE IN CRASH
SAIGON (AP')--An Air Vietnam airliner crashed in flames today in the
jungled mountains of the central highlands of South Vietnam. Airline

T ailn sadtee2 ween mrcnn the passe ger list, bu it wa
crewmen. Some American pilots fly for the Vietnamese line.


a M hir wy aroS t( Atani yo mme Thy are thp nast o e 13
U.S. POWs freed by North Vietnam and the Viet Cong last week. They are
aboard two planes, oner of which is scheduled to land at Travis Air F~orce
Base, California at 1:30 p.m. EST the other is scheduled to arrive at
McGuire Air Frteeenase Ne mane rRet in C~.ES Arrivindo nihthe
Colorado. He was one of two military pilots shot down over China during
the Vietnam war and was freed by the Chinese last Thursday. Among the
POW's is Army Major F'loyd Thompson of Hudson, Massachusetts, the
longest held captive of the war.
SWEDEN REFUSES TO GRANT ASYLUM
STOCKHOLM (AP)--U.S. war registers say the Swedish government has
decided to refuse asylum to American deserters who left their military
posts after the Vietnam cease fire. The Swedes have granted sanctuary to
about five hundred anti-warr Americans who fled the draft or deserted.
11se American sources say the new Swedish policy was illustrated last
week by the return of two black GI's to U.S. military authorities. The
Swedish immigration Board refused to comment on the report.
BOMBING; CONTINUES IN NORTHERN IRELAND
wa e kNd tA'-n Irs aer oakdwt lo artrck dday celbrants
was located In the Irish Republic near the border with Northern Ireland.
O mer e oi onds odcure in unty G;alway in the Republic and in
several places in Northern Ireland. However, no other ftatlities were
reported in connection with the bombings.
POLICE SEIZE SI MILLION CACHE OF HASHISH
ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (AP)-A mifllon-dollar cache of
hsinh esbda hdo Duc doic an rik dlp' undes 'd in) Euroopp/wrws

Su ey SS-pound cans said to have a combined wholesale value of St.I
ml cns mar di co rod one rt e we hd whe three D~uthmen were
caught trying to break Into the warehouse, police said.
Acodn is p las e k.e owi thse br ght ntho the Nsetherhands by a
ICELANDIC BOAT FIRES ACROSS BRITISH BOAT'S BOW
REYKJAVIK (AP) An Icelandic gunboat fired two live rounds across
the bows of the British protection tug Statesman Sunday evening, the
Icelandic coastguard reported.
The coastluard claimed the captain of the gunboat Odinn had fired
tolyafter repeated atitem tsiby the Statesman to ram trhu Icehndic vessel.'
A coast~uard spokesman said the incident was the most serious
confrontation yet in the "cod war" sparked last September when Iceland
unilaterlly extended her fishing waters from 12 to 50 miles.
Britain refused to accept the extended limits.
The clash took place at 1800 GMT off Cape Horn on Iceland's
northwest coast, the spokesman said.
VOLCANO STILL ACTIVE. 149 HOMES WRECKED SO FAR
REYKIOVIK, ICELAND (AP) Iceland's rumbling Helgafe!ll volcano
spewed up more lava Sunday and engulfed eight houses on Heymary
Island.
The destruction brought to 149 the number of homes wrecked by lava
or ash on the outskirts of the evacuated town.


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BELFAST, NORTHERN
IRELAND (AP)- Bombs and
Gunfights spread across Northern
Ireland at the weekend in a violent
prelude to D-Day 'D" for
Disclosure of Britain's blueprint for
peace in the warring province.
Ten bombs erupted in the
weckn n trr bars ad
supermarket, and in one case kling
a Bditish soldier whose jeep was
blasted to pieces
The violence spillead into the Irish
Republic, kiihng one man and
Injuring So in a bar wrecked by a
car bomb at Lifford, a border town
in County Donegal.
aritish troops in Belfast and
other centres came under guerrilla
fire at leat 25 timRes A soldier was
wounded by sniper fire in Belfast's
Divis Street, a stronghold of the
Roman Catholic~based provisional
branch of the Irish Republicar
Army.
ord red extra guard an t Houe
of Parliament and other pubJgo
buildings for fear of a bombinge
out-burst against the coming
government white paper.
This document has been th
preparation since Britain suspended
Northern Ireland 's
Protestantoontrolled Parliament
one year ago and took over direct
kThe precise publication date is
secret but it is likely to come
before March 30. By that date the
British government must go before
Parliament in London to seek
renewal of direct rule powers for
another year.
aritai' lSecret re for Nodhern
Ireland has for the past yedr
wielded all executive power in the
province, has stated two main
guidelines likely to be in the paper:
a Protestants, who make up
two-thirds of the province's IV(
million residents, must be assured
they will never be forced against
their will into a Catholiodominated
Iah R e Cthholic minority in
the province must be assured of a
fair deal in jobs and housing and a
sare hxcutiv powr

violently against anything that
looks like a sellout to the IRA: and
ofered to t Catohnocc miori ye
the IRA kl keep up i fight for a
Bditish crow.
The British had hoped that direct
rulekemuld reduce violence by
g assro sr of the Cath cpemnin rity






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HANOI (AP) -Foreign
secretary Mitchell Sharp of C.." a
conferred with North Vietnamese
officials Sunday and said he will
make up his mind soon on whether
Ctanadianotut etaonitors should
Canada became part of the
international commission of
Control and Supervison policing
the Vietnam cease-fire, only with
the proviso it would pull out unless
the truce shows reasonable succeu
As Sharp flew back to Ottawa.
he told reporters he will deliver his
recommendations to the Canadian
cabinet in a few days.
The first Canadian minister to
visit Hanol, Sharp said he was "very
gratfled" with his rception in the
North Vietnamese capital.
Premier Pham van Dong and
foreign minister Nguyen Duy Trinh
nceived him In t bomb-si p
bore evidence of the U.S. bomber
attacks last December.
Sharp said after his seven hour
stop here that he hasn't made up
his mind whether to recommend
retention or withdrawal of the
Canadian monitors, but for the firt
time he introduced a suggestion of
"p aible variations."
sharp mays decoass dern f rt e
extension to the original 60-day
deadline, which expires March 29.
Sharp previously stated that if
the Canadian government does
decide to withdraw the 290-man
force, he would tender a 30-day
noticethto oier thpa Inited Statta
agreement time to find
replacements from another
country. Indonesia, Hungary and
Poland are on the peacekeeping
body with Canada now.
The Canadian minister repeated
complaints to Dong that while
thousands of cease-fire violations
have been reported in South
Ini st honhve been rerqe vd b
the four-country International
Commission of Control and
comstnma r portsh oly the
Sharp said Dong replied that the
question whether the Canadians are
mo r em n tin rsoduth Vie t a s a
argued that peace negotiationsr had
been long and difficult and the
peace itself was difficult and he
ple odo that aNort Viet rmp wi
peace agreement. Sharp reported.
Sharp said he carried die
impression that Dong and Trinh
want Canada to keep its men in the
southika thhisthodo did not
He added this impression to
urging from Japan, South Vietnam
and Laos earlier in his 21,000-mile
Asian tour. He was accompanied by
advisers and three Canadian
Irlsilatos.
U.S. $ MOVES UP
ON OPEN MARKETS
ThlEW YORK, MRH 19 (ow
moved up strongly in brisk trading
today as the world's foreign
exc angsh opened after a
in Frankfurt, aodon, Zurich
and Tokyo, the U.S. currency rose
bbso to-b nk t aig F iaed Bu
some centres reported erdng at

atw~mdont clatmons awho oris had
bea en ed bynkherdsch io s aen
trading nations in Pairs on Frida .
The Pauri agreement set all majy.
currncies to float freely in relation
to the doll ar as a esult of supply
and demand forces in the market
place.
In the key Frankfurt Market, the
dollar opened at 2.8350 mrks,l.s
pre ninolr wad sp harply in
Zurich also, opening at 3.26so
Swiss franc from Friday's 3.2325.
In London, the pound
slumped from Friday's 32.4610 to
$2.45, then steadled at $2.4510.
At the close of business on March
2, the last day the exchanges were
open, the pound closed at $2.so*
The dollar edged up in Pairs also,
with both the commercial and
finacial trtes on the two-tier
market quoted at 4.525 francs
compared wth 4.515 In unofficial


_Moqda~y, MarCh 19, 19@3


bombs president's




By Dennis Neeld
PHNOM1 PENH, CAMBODIA (AP)- nTh Cambodian pilot who
bombed Prsdent Lon Nol's palace, killing a tt leat 6 persons but
not the President, rpntly made a successul getawa to
Communist territory.


FINAL ULTIMATUMW TODAY


Indians at Wounded


Knee won't surrender


to USfederal forces

By Terry Wooster
WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. MARCH 19 (AP) -Indians
occupying the village of Wounded Knee say the government's
proposed solution to the 20-dayold confrontation amounts to
total aueder By the India a


Wounded Knee have demanded
Wileon's ouster and new
elections to determine
leadership for the
13,000-member Oglala Sioux,
most of whom live on the
rescrVation surroun ng
Wounded Knee*
AIM has charged Wilson and
the bureau of Indian Affairs
with corruption and
incompetence. AIM has also
demanded investigation of
alleged violations of
U.S.-Indian treaties
The protesters have held the
historic village since Feb. 27. It
was at Wounded Knee in 1890
that the last major incident of
the American-Indian wars was
fought. Some 146 Sioux and
31 U.S. troope were killed.
AIM sp okesmen said the
government peace offer
included provisions that Indian
leaders would be allowed t
give news con erence no t
exceed one hour 'in length
before and after the
negotiations.
The Indians would be gven
accommodations in Sioux Falls
and the negotiations would be
held "in a suitable place."
The second phase included a
promise that no federal agents
would enter Wounded Knee
until two hours after that

The proposal was delivered
by U.S. Asst.~ Atty. Gen.
HarlingtatnaWood Sat rday to

'I MUST SET MY COURSE,
SOON SAYS EISENHOWER
WASHINGTON (AP) David
Elsenhower, turning 25 and about
to leave the navy, says he wants to
break out of what he termed his
"structured life" and get a job,
pe ismsin public affairs or
He's decided not to take the
advice of his grandfather, the late
President Dwight D. Eisenhower,
that he go to law school next,
because he wants to start doing
something on his own.
Admitting that 2VA years spent in
the navy "made me restitess," yon.

t ln hwor my futue I' ms yar
old and my life's been very
structured up to this point.


The Cambodian air force
T28 Enghter that Capt. So Potra
used in te assassination
attempt Saturday was last seen
over Kompong Cham Province,
northeast of Phnom Penh. He
was believed to have landed at
an air strip in the two-thirds of
Cambodia controlled by the
Khmer Rouge, the country's
Communist movement, and
their North Vietnamese allies.
Potra was reported to be the
lover of Princess Norodom
Botum Bopha, daughter of the
chief of state deposed by Lon
Nol, Prince Norodom
Sihanouk. But some American
sources suggested that Potra
was angry because he had
failed flight training.
Lon Nol in a broadcast
carged that the assassination
attempt was part of a
hi my r e plot to overthrow
Ptra' bom s missed toe
presidential palace but hit the
guards' compound nearby,
razing more than 100 closely
pace shcs, Searchers
recovered 36 bodies, and more
than 50 persons were injured-
Lon Nol barred foreigners
from leaving the country,
closed all newspapers except
sth government tch and
members of the royal family.
INTO CUSTODY
taPrincs Btm Bapha as
were reinforced around the
homes of other relatives of
Sihanouk, most of whom have
been under house arrest since
his ouster three years ago.
The bombing came amid
mounting discontent over
steeply rising prices, corruption
and general war weariness. A
few hours before the attack, a
group of teachers and striking
students held a pubtle protest
meet as, and militant, rightists
bombed it, killing two person.
Since the cease-fie n
iita and aloa, the war in
and more embarrassing to the
United States, which is the sole
military and financial support
of Lon Nol's government-
The United States has been
pressuring the President to turn
ovrthe gove nent t

associate in the coup against
Sihanoak ae he dope thth

communists
But Lon Nol'S younger
brother, Lon Non, who forced
Sirik Matak out of the
government, has prevailed on
his brother to hold on
ROUNDED UP
Government soldiers

rebr a f C mbodia'do a
royal family Sunday and
tightened security in the
capital.
Troo s infull battle od
rolled up in trucks at the
homes of several close relatives
of deposed Prince Norodom
Sihanouk, most of whom have
been under virtual house arrest
since his overthrow three years


ago Sunday. They were hustled
off to Phnom Penh jails.
Guard around the home ds df
Queen Mother Kossomak were
reinforced, but there were no
reports she had been arrested.
Te ailing 60-year-old
President called off state and
religious ceremonies marking
Sihanouk's 1970 overthrow
and remained in secu sion
behind barbed wire defenses at
his downtown palace.
Capt. So Potra of the air
force swooped a s on ol,
fighter plane over Lon N ls
palace Saturday, blasting the
palace guard's compound and
razing the homes of more than
100 army families
Lon Nol, who since 1971
has been paralyzed on his left
side and rarely leaves the
palace, was unhurt.
mHt a prornptlyclo pose
newspapers except government
information organs, and at
least temporarily forbade all
residents, Cambodian and
foreign, from leaving the
country,
Fresh troops were brought
into the capital and whole
sections were cordoned off,
with army units camping in the

sot a apparently escaped,
and there was no firm news
where he landed the stolen

Ko PogCam proic na
the Parrot's Beak region
adjoining South Vietnam.
He was believed to have
landed at a .jungle air strip in
the area under the control of
Cambodia's Communist Khmer
Rouge rebels and their North
Vietnamese allies.
Lon Nol went on the radio
to allege that the assassination
attempt was part of a
Communist plot to overthrow
his government, but so far
there has been no insurgent
followup of the bombing.
Government officials claim

enthe bd folwngwt em fal
to kill the head of state. Other
reports emanating from
American sources say the
bombing was a personal
vendetta against the President
by Potra, who was distruntled
tve rlnk flight train~i g
Stihlanou she a sm t s y
Siand his atack was lauinched o

royalist motives,
Since his overthrow,
Sihanouk has been living in
exile in Peking and is at least
the nominal head of some
50,000 rebel troops. He has
oscillated between willingness
to talk peace since the Vietnam
ceae-ire Ja. 8 854
expressing determination to
continue the Cambodlan war
to "total vit r" ad
explosion of all Americans
from the country.
Despite an offer by Loan
Nol to cease fire, the war has
continued and even intensified
with U.S. bombing support
against the rebels.


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Nvuzza Arxrments Jvlnas IN VERBA MACISW
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H1. DUPUCH, Pubitaker/Bdirto I90 -Q~ 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH. O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publtshr/Editor 191I7-1972
Conrtribdeq Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCHlCARRONMS. BA L.,

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
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MaDey, Marc 19, 973

EDFITRIAL


What Mr. Pindlin g didn't see 7


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IT HAS been said that "life is a wonderful experience if you
don't weaken" '
I have changed this old saying to read that "life is a wonderful
experience if you don't sicken
I am not sure whether I get sick of the stomach or sick at heart
.... or both .... as I see my beloved homeland piloted by
inexperienced hands into one major blunder after another.
The biggest blunder of them all hovers darkly on the horizon in
the form of independence.


London, told the English press that independence for the
Bahamnas was something to be considered. He indicated that it
was not a thing of the foreseeable future. It was possibly
something that was years distant .... if ever.
A few days later the Governor of the Bahamas delivered a
speech at the opening of a session of the Legislature in which he
revealed that the Government was moving for independence ...
and that its target date was 1973.
The date has now been definitely set for July 10th.

The only explanation Mr. Pindling has given for his sudden
change in plans is that, from where he "now sits", he could see a
great many benefits for the Bahamas in independence.
One can only wonder what could possibly have happened in
such a short time to cause the scales of supposed blindness to fall
from his eyes.
Pressed for an answer this supposedly wise man might employ
the line found in chapter 9, verse 25 of St. John's gospel which
reads: "One thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I can
see. '
It would be really interesting to know what visions of hope and
grandeur floated before his eyes after the scales of darkness had
fallen away.
*e*******
The mirage most new leaders of small independent nations see
on the horizon is a siren perched on the end of a rainbow offering
the proverbial pot of gold.
I can understand that, because of its strategic position, the
Bahamas is important to the security of the U.S.
No word has been spoken at offldial levels of this fact but I am
sure that everyone is conscious that this situation exists.
: In short, it could be difficult for Uncle Sam if the Bahamas
moved into the Communist orbit. Another Cuba?
But on examining all the facts surrounding this situation one
realizes that there is a great deal of difference between Cuba and
the Bahamas.
`Whereas Cuba is a very productive country and is capable of
supplying most of the needs of the people by internal effort, the
Beahamas is completely dependent on outside sources for its daily
bSead. If its borders were closed for any period of time to the free
movement of people and goods from the outside .... Bahamiam
would quickly perish.
An indisputable fact is that most of the things the islands need
obr survival are drawn from the U.S.
;: And so this is not a one-sided affair. The simple truth is that
ihe Bahamas and the U.S. need each other and so it would be
rknwise for either side to wield the big stick.
*+**+e*****
:Soon after 1 moved to Florida on September 19th I had
Conversations with two different people. In each case the person
dropped a remark that didn't register at the time but it has since
been revealed that they have great significance.
S"We are not worried about the Bahamas," the first person
commented. "The government already knows what to do in case
thEey give too much trouble. Well1 cut off the tourist trade .... and
food supplies .... and block communications with the islands."
in the second conversation the man said that the U.S. is no
1 i~ger terrified by the possibility of Communist encirclement.
"We have learned to live with Communists as our neighbours,"
said. "Cuba is certainly not a happy place and the complete
qnomic failure of Allende in Chile is not likely to give


~mmunism a wide appeal in this hemisphere."
tAt the time I wasn't impressed by either statement. I thought
t at the U.S. was really afraid of an independent Bahamas.
Now I am satisfied that, while there may be concern .... ?nd
tthe islands in reckless hands could become a problem for the
.... Uncle Sam is no longer terrified by the prospect of an~ednt Bhm

From where Mr. Pindling sat .... when he had his vision of
wpalth and grandeur for the Bahamas .... he may have seen the
proverbial pot of gold at the rainbow's end.
:And it wasn't really an empty dream because already the U.S.
hbs begun to pour money into the islands .... an $1 1 million loan
f~r schools and a $10 million gift for an agricultural experiment
aS Andros. But neither of these hand-outs will ease the steadily
wk~rsening problems of the Bahamas.
'The U.S. may pour more money into the G~overnment's coffers
b~t time will show that the problems developing for the islands
dfe basic human issues .... and cannot be solved by money alone.
: e+*********
,However willing and pliable to the wishes of the Bahamas
Government Washington may want to be .... what Mr. Pindling
failed to see is that world conditions .... and this is particularly
thke of the U.S. .... have changed in the last few years.
For one thing .... the world has witnessed the surprising fall of
the Almighty Dollar from its once undisputed dominance in the
mbney markets of the world.
he American people have been shattered by this shocking and
hqmlialting change in the fortunes of their country.
plany had grumbled at the open-handed generosity of their
government in givulg money away to all and sundry. Now the
sterm of protest grows steadily louder.
IJ.S. foreign policLy has long inen based on the belief that


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It s Out Island Airways' way of expressing Its confidence in the future
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Beautiful Bohamian stewardesses to serve you.. complimentary rum
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__ __


friends can be bought. Uncle Sam should have learned by now
that friends cannot be bought. Friends must be earned.
In an article by Geoffrey Bocca in the February 23rd Issue of
the magazine section of The Daily Telegraph under the heading
"Take A Lesson From Goebbels", Bocca writes: "The Israells are
reported as saying: 'The Americans give us their money, the
Russians give us themselves'."
What this means is that, whereas Uncle Sambhas been spreading
his money around the world in the blind hope that friendship can
be bought, the Russians have moved into areas and made sure
they had value for their money before untying their purse strings.
But the shock of the fall of the American dollar has started the
American people thinking.
In the hope of buying peace in Viet Nam the government in
Washington is talking about spending $2V2 BILLION on
rebuilding North Vietnam alone. But Congress is balking at this
proposal and President Nixon may find this a difficult path to
tread.
Certainly the American people must realize that pouring
American dollars into North Vietnam can only result in
strengthening a Communist stronghold and at the same time
building another cheap labour area to compete with American
products in the world's markets. Already American products are
feeling the pressure of goods from cheap labour areas, such as
Japan.
Pouring money into a Communist area .... money that the
nation cannot afford to give away today .... will do nothing to
change or even ease the doctrine of the Vietnamese people. All it
could do would be to strengthen an area that is naturally hostile
to our side.
Whatever happens in the future, North Vietnam will fall into
the Communist orbit .... so I say let the Commnunists help their
own wounded brother. Uncle Sam needs to remember the wise
old saying that "charity begins at home .
**********
I will return to this subject tomorrow.
**********
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to
all men liberally, and upbraideth not.
The General Epistle of Jamles 1-5.


I


PARENTAL CONTROL

ON MOV IES NEEDED


their own guidelines.

ofpole cnein9: 00
standard of films. If you don't
want to see a film, then don't
see it, asd certainly ex rcs
authority as to whether or not
Sqestio otd th ide s
family and not one of national
preF Iupation.hieo hs
subject letsme ad someth n
Carmichael" who persists in
writing pathetic childish
"letters". When he talks about
white men killing Indians and

then o dosl e ntuhin w
like "Trouble Man" calling us
honkies etc.? Don't you think
you should be trying to foster
some orttn of undon nothi
call down diseases on the white
man?

DEAN FOX


EDITOR The Tribune,

comment n t he qusin
today about the quality of
movies which we get at our
v rous h ate tand drive-ins.
Norman Solomon, I think that
pint w ich isds relynt wh t
is shown or who goes to see
ahmttbut is more a question of
Now, people who go to
Ocon. On ao b 7 bent e
one can obtain a licence to
drive, and at that age few
actually own cars, they borrow
thoprut cross is toat ten ptaieng
what their children see and not
the censors. We have a
perfectly adequate Motion
Picture Association of America
rating attached to almost every
pulishe din the prpans nAlse
if the move is considered
unsuitable for under 18's the
billboards will say "Adults
only," and the Bahamian
theatres add in the newspapers


Nassau,
March 14,


1973.


serves theschomas sest


thoroughfare to allow a car to
enter from the left. He is the
next to last driver in front of
me, with a clear mile behind,
who comes to a stop
twod uhf~are tonallow a enrtai
enter from the left. He is the
samaritan who drives his
friends and family to work and
always stops (suddenly) to
drop them off in the middle of
the road, even when there is
room to pull in.
He is the fellow who drives
in a glow of benevolance
lear ng iscr his well-mbeanin
activated ulcers, fractu red
nerves, picturesque language
and Insurance claims.
WILLIAM G;. SMITH
Nassau,
March 8, 1973.


EDITOR, The Tribune,
TIo we car owners living in
the Bahamas who have
motored in other parts of the
world, our islands offer all the
variant ad va ares Ne
York, or Kula Lumpur. We
have no complaints on that
scored This writer cheerfully
copes with the fast and the
slow the rude and the
courteous, the cautious and the
reckless.
There is smally only one type
I find hard to endure -- the
SUPRdecou teus!! He s he
(suddenly) on the roundabouts
to wave through the traffic on
the left. He is the next to last
driver in front of me, with a
clear mile behind, who comes
to a stop (suddenly) on a main


job discrimination of the UBP,
and the upper class Black
Society to positions of first
class citizens and equal job
opportunities, should be
huumilitate 8by th. fPhadlin
who cannot wait to have their
own way in this country agam:
Secondly, the Prime Minister
mfs elt tbe a lwed the luxlue
off a beauty with his newly
found bosom friend Mr.
Paul Adderley. Everybody in
the Bahamas knows Mr.
Adderley's story as well as his
tactics. In my opinion Mr.
Adderley is a very selfish man
- only interested mn himself
and possibly slightly interested
Page 5, Col. s


EDITOR The Tribune
Three cheers to Mr.
Franklyn G. Ferguson for his
letter which appeared in your
issue of 7th March, 1973,
deploring the recent reshuffling
of Hon. Casiton Francis and
the Hon. A. D). Hanna in the
the Cabinet.
I should also like to make
onethe sit tio Itois clear th
Mr. Pindling is a selfish man
and one who will stop a
nothing to have his way even
if it means disposing of all of
his original crew. It is
disgraceful that men like
Francis and Hanna especially
Hanna, who has lifted the
Bahamian -- especially the
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Elizabetb G~ibson, accused of
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Crown coneel Alpin Russell
Jr., however told the court that

Maxwell thomspson that the
witneses, Gibson and Forbes,
had been threatened with
vioence should they appear.
He had asked for them to be
subpoenaed.


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imprisoned for three months
when she wats unable to pay a
$100 bead which was a
condition of her appearance as
a witness. She had signed the
bond as an alternative should
she fail Co appear in the court
during the trial
She is due to be released
from,Her Majiesty's Prison, Fox


"I asked them if he left ny
message for ,me, but they said
'no'. I didn't speak to any
police. I never saw him," she
said.
Wong was acquitted after a
two-day hearing by a Supreme
Court jury. During the tria,
three prosecution witnesses
failed to appear. They included
the accused, Julia Forbes and


Hill, in April.
DENIAL
Gibson a told Magistrate
Osadebay Friday that she did
not tell the police messenger
anything. "I went to take my
daughter to the doctor that
day but, after I went back
home the people who live on
the side of me said a police was
there.


GORDON SOLES



ON DEAN'S LIST
GORDON Soles, a former
student of Government High
Sbhool, has been named to the
Dean's List at' Lo ola
Unve it ltter to Mr. Soles
Loyola Dean Virgil Boyd
congratulated ahim on hi
indicated he had done much
more than demonstrate a high
level of intelligence,
"It means," he said, "that
vo~u were willing to sacrifice, to
give the extra time and effort
required, which will be so
essential throughout your
life.


LINA MARTIN, (standing)
observes Lillian Oaufur, a new
hand, during two-days
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TALK WEDNESDAY
"ABORTION as it relates to
the Bahamas" will be the
subject of a panel discussion
organized by the Nassau Junior
Chamber on Wednesday at 8
p.m. in St. Agnes School
auditorium.
Panellists will be Rev
Charles C. Smith, Dr. George
Sherman, Mrs. F. Bosfield, Mr.
Leslie Fox of the Jaycees, Dr.
Humblestone, and Miss I. G.
Ferguson, a social worker. Mr.
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Monday, March 19, 1973


PLP have second thoughts ~ I


cancel $b100 a plate dinner


MR. HAROLD MUNNINGS (third left), Coordinratr,

Colonial Hotel on Wednesday, March 14. From right: Mr.
s acltion ma Bevega W lfiM, Id(ndro I
Sec~retriat: Mr. S. N. Chib, Director of Tourism; Mr.
Munnings; Mr. Joe Hendrie, manager, Lucayan Beach Hotel,
Freeport, and the Rev. Earl Francis, owner, Grant's Town
Hotel, Na~ssau.


meeting of the party's N;C on
March 15, the feasibility of the
event was re-discussed at some
length, and it is now generally
felt that the cost of $100 per
plate would effectively exclude
many party supporters who,
ordinarily, would wish to
attend the affair. The decision
was finally taken that the event
be cancelled."
Contacted at his home this
morning, Mr. Maynard said
there were no plans to stage
the event at a later date and at
a reduced price.
The dinner, supposed to


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Gener.; C:ouncil on Thursday
vetoed pllans for a $100 a plate
fund-rarising dinner on Paradise
Island A\pril 9, as it was felt the
price to:g would eliminate too
many party supporters who
otherwise would have liked to
have attended.
This was announced late
Friday by PLP chairman
Andrew "Dud" Maynard, who
Shad announced the plans for
the dinner just Monday.
In a press release, Mr.
Maynard said that "at a


have been held in Le Cabaret
Theatre, was to have been
under the patronage of Prime
Minister and Mrs. L. O.
Pindling, and was to have had a
fashion show included in the
programme.
Mr. Maynard's release
yesterday added that other
pro pose d fund-raisers,
including a fair and raffle at
the Jumbey Village on Blue
Hill Road, are still in the
planning stages, and
announcements as to dates
would be made later.


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From Page 3
in people in his social strata.
He was never able to and
shall never be able to -win an
election on his own steam. So

dope dall f rthe tosns o
people who were honestly
fdidowing hisdlea crslp (N )
Pindling
Thirdly, Mr. Pindling itis
generally felt by people in


Mr. Adderley's strata has and
has always had an inferiority
compleK When it came to Mr.
Adderley and feels that with
aMd. isd rhevouas bhis chief
cope with the job of running
einessn nnt hHeAdecrreay
Pindling policies being
formulated for running the
Bahamas.
Sir, let me through you
sound a warning to the Prime
Minister about his attitude and
Mr. Adderley Mr. Adderley

:mllodir popl o ti

conry- h e rh ha oau thsn3

prepared to go out and earn
their positions. Mr. Adderley
has to be watched I see him as
one of these men who will try
to prevent the masses from
trying to become a lawyer like
himself or enjoying some or
the fier thiingsof life such as
Men such as Cariton I ranges,
A. D. H~anna and others walked
psthe ji Tt y did no s an
aside and get rich in lucrative
law practices while others did
the work. After having done no
work,nand cause he knew h
positions of importance,
because he knew Mr. Pindling
not only admired him, but also
fetifro, Mh. Adely
prestige of having the second
highest position in our
country, while he still looks
down on the masses of the
people and their various
members of Parliament who
were incidentally elected by
the OE ior through you

Meo Ppime Minisner beware th
representatives are watching.
LEROY BROWN
Stapledon gardens,
Nassau.


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flights to London.)
"My airline gives you the same
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Ask your Travel Agent to book you.
He knows my airline as well as I do:'


"My name is Margaret Carey. I'm
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soon,
"England is lovely in the spring-
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to her wpith a cheery "HI," and that practice has gone on
for 22 years. We had no children, so "Nana" orr "Grand-
modaer" was out.
I truly love her or I w~ouldn't have written to her
talthfully every weekr, keeping her posted on our activities.
Probably because my own mother is living, to caBi another
woman "Mother" or "Mom" would sound insincere and
forced to me.
I know girls who call their mothers in law "M~other" to
dn faces, but you wealdn't print what they call them
behind their backs. NO PHONY


By Abigail Van Buren
a sm or cause tresum. v. News see., In.
DEAR ABBY: A very beautiful Brazilian visitor to New
York wanted to have her stay extended, so she sought the ad-
vice of a Wall Street attorney. She gave him $500 in advance
and he made an appointment : Ith her to discuss the problem
on a Saturday afternoon at a friend's borrowed apartment.
Shocked when she realized what was expected of her, the
lady departed at once. She phoned the lawyer on Monday at
his office and asked him to either make a serious effort to
help her or to return her money.
The lawyer promised to arrange an interview for her
with an immigration offielal who would help her. Then he
bluntly told her that her chances for extending her stay
would be small unless she spent at least one night with this
man.
What recourse does this beautiful Brazilian woman have
In such a predicament? IhER FRIEND
DEAR FRIEND: Your fricad is a beautiful Brastllan not
If she doesn't tell that attorney that the Ethles Osmmittee
of the New York Bar Association would appreelate knowing
how he practices law.
DEiAR ABBY: I went out with a very ar/active 23year-
old man. [I am 21.1 On our first date he trid to makes love
to me but he didn't get very far. 'Iten he told me he was
sorry, but he just wanted to find out what kind of girl I was.
He asked if I was a virgin, and I told him that was a
personal question which was none of his business. But what
bothers me the most is that I am, and I was ashamed to ad-
mit it. Is it so terrible to be 21 and still a virgin? ASH E
DEAR AISHAMED: Good grie, not What bothers me the
manot is that today so many people are ashamed of what they

DEAR AHBY: My husband and I were married for four
years and had one child. Then we separated and I met "Mr.
X ARby TI "0'e kne lo :kig conld to ao beauttul
and fulfilling.
Because of the child we decided to give our marriage
another chances but I an'taborm c r. no ha efr,
but he still leaves me unfulfilled and with a slek headache.
I just can't tell him that as, a lover, he is a failure. He just
wouldn't understand. Now, I have a second lover who is very
much Ulke "tMr. X."
I want my marriage to succeed, Abby, but I am only 25
years old, and I don't want to seek out lovers and sneak
amund corners. I know that my own another was never sat-
Isfied with one man. She had six children, and we all have
different fathers, and it frightens me to think I may be fol-
lowing in my mother's footsteps.
I really want to have a good sex life with my husband,
b he just Isn't satisfying me. How can I get ti cross t
DEAR FRUSTRATED: Tell himr! Tell him! A marriage
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IVE ASSISTANT TO THI
PRESIDENT ANC
VICE-PRESIDENT LARGE
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
MUST BE ABLE TO HANDLE
ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIE!
IN CONNECTION WITH
REAL ESTATE PROCEDURE
A4ND kAKE- D CISIONS IC
THE ABS NCE O1
EXECUTIVES. SHORTHAN[
AND TYPING ESSENTIAL.
PLEASE APPLY TO
INTERCONTINENTAL
REALTY LTD., P. O. BO)
F 260, FREE PO RT
TELEPHONE: 373-3020
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT.
C7252
WATER WORLD REQUIRES
1 Cleanup Man/Assistant Cook
1 Cleanup Man/Beacl
Attendant and 1 Barboy.
Call: James White, Fnrepor
373-3033.


C9170 --
REQUIRED one administrative
assistant/ saleswoman to live
on one of the family islands.
Applicants murs t 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


C9195
MOTOR-BIKE Honda CBIOO
-7 months old excellent
condition. $375. Telephone
4-1102
C9137
JOHN BRINSMEAD and Sons
Piano. 6 Octaves. In excellent
condition. Can be seen anytime
after noon. Phone 3-1406.

C9208
ORGAN
Halmmond Spinet, white. $800
or best offer. Phone 41472.

C9210
I 6 yard Dump Truck. Like
new.
1 1 bag used concrete mixer.
Good condition.
Call 22098.


LU Is (
C9197
LARGE SIAMESE CAT with
white feet, Clifton Point area.
Please contact Kathy Troutt,
Sonesta Beach Hotel or
Dolphin Pens at Clifton Pier-
$50 Reward.

MARINE1 SUPPLIES
C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C9134
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
requires the services of two
young men, 20 years and over.
to learn the credit business.
Own car essential. Also, one
'emale req uired as
cashier/typist. Reply in own
handwriting to: Adv. C-9134
cN 32eN ahbe m. O. Box
29212

Lmtedt da advacO cyS for a
Graduate Engineer to work in

nh eaams eClcat ms

Engineer ng, preferably wtc a

exein e, and ms b
Energetic, keen men willing to
make a career with Esso should
apply in writing stating their
qualifications to the Manager,
P. O. Box N-3237, Nassau, N.
P., Bahamas. As there may be
Bahamians now working
overseas who would be
interested in returning home to
fill such a position Esso would
appreciate this being brought
to their attention.
C24
BAN1K LIAISON OFFICER to
assume responsibility for
analysis of loan portfolio and
isaise with various U.S. Banks
under lines of credit, sd da
essential in ormation and da
with other similar matters.
Would prefer college or
university graduate majoring i
International Ban ing bu
would also consider applicants
with approximately five years
experience with international
Fmmacial Or anization thr e
senior level. Please send resume
to PersonBe k epartmreo/t, T

Limited, P. O. Box N-3229,
Nassau
C9216
WANTED Pilot to train for
E18 Twin Beech aircraft. Must
have commercial, multi-engine
and instrument ratings. Ideally
400 hours total time required,
preferably with 25 hours tail
wheel. Bahamians only need
apply to Ervin Knowles
Construction Co. Ltd., P. O.
Box N7772, Nassau.
C9213

ANDUSORIAO T IDSERIBU
TORS LTD., of Freeport,
Bahamas, require: an Accounts
Clerk, with 3 years experience:
Applicant must have a good
bookkeeping knowledge, must
be able to do accounts
payables, customs brokerage
and must have some secretarial
knowledge. Interested persons
call Giles Newbold at 2-5071
or write to P. O. Box F-408,
Freeport, Bahamas.

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

C9206
HOUSE PLANS
Drawn to your specifications,
Low rates. Free Estimates.
Call
Evangelos Zervos
Telephone 22633
Between 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

C8963
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters f or
homes, apartments and hoteb.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-8213. or 5-1772
WORLD OF MUSIC, Dewgard
P aa


C9184
BASICALLY FURNISHED 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned) 1 bath,
kitchen, living and dining area'
washing machine. Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.

B SICALLY FURNISHED 1
bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen,
living and dining area.
M- 27-s~e anAe telephone


SBdRtOOnMd2 bat furn sh d
21731 day. 41584 nite.

C9202FLOOR Trade Winds
Building 2,200 square feet
office space. Prime location.
Inclusive: carpets, drapes,
lighting fixtures, etc. Available
early April. Rental: $16,500
per annum. Call H. G.
CHRISTIE REAL ESTATE
2-1041/2-1042.
C948
1 FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment Montrose Avenue
Phone 21731 3-1583.


GRAND BAHAlllliCI ~


198 FODESCORT

9 e9 COUGAR $60
A/C Wdee-ins Welcome 200
Located Oakes Field.
Opposite the Ice Plant.
Telephone 34636-7-8.

C9153


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1970 Chevelle Malibu $2200
Also Available
1968 Chev. Impala -
white automatic, clean $1200
1970 Chev. Malibu --
good condition $2200
1970 Chev. Impala,
green/white
goodconitin $2450
1973 Chev. Malibu
Demonstrator
good buy $5750
1969 Rambler -
radio automatic -- $850.
1972 Dodge Aa] ger $90

1968 Chev. Impala -
radio automatic $ 400
1967 Ford Fairiane
S/W good runner $600
1971 Chev. Vega Sedan -
~cream of the crop $2000
1970 Triumph Spitfire -
fine little car $875
1972 Chev. Pick up -
yellow -good condition 12750
1972 Vauxhall Firenza -
good buy -- $2250
1971 Singer Vogue'
wvhite-radio $1500
1972 Vauxhall Viva
0 Ce Ioobar ain $1950

ine pant anb u ol -$2500.
linyl top automatic $650
1968 Chev. Impala -
family size car -- $1050.
Financing Available
Come in and see us

C9211
1970 MORRIS MINI. Like
new. $850. Phone 54396.

C9209
1972 TOYOTA 1000 in
excellent condition. Price
$2,000 or nearest offer. Call
42050 after 6:30 p.m.

BIISIIESS
OPORMITIMITIES
C9154ES FOR SALE ot
BUSlinSS Avenue setting
.Cho re's clothing and shoes
-for family. Finance available.
Telephone 28012 31295.


HELP WANT~ED


with experGec An RlP yEs o
dance mrnic, must be aa

o H TEL PHOTOGRAPHER

lo kR EnE R/ nOURER.
into ested pasnrpyt
THEe GRpAND, BAAM
HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. PLEASE
CONTACT* OSSIE HALL
BANDMASTER AND MR.
ELON MARTIN, .,
PERSONNEL DIRECTOR. a
C7255
CAR GO SUPER VISOR
IER REIGHE OFFO 8
MUST HAVE 3 YEARS*
EXPERIENCE OF ALL
ASPECTS OF AIRFREIGHT
SHOULD HAVE GCE 'O
LEV ELS.
APPLY IN WRITING TO:
THE PRESIDENT, El H.
MUNDY & CO. (BAHAMAS)
LTD., P. O. BOX F-24$92,
FREEPORT .
C7237

Arcraf AMcArgrg rppliceant
must have previous experience
in maintenance DC8 andk DC9
air raft, 7h~owaer 7 Apl71nts

VC10 experience would h
con sid ered. Success j
applicant will be required to
undergo training in, Caada.
Bahamians only.
Apply in writing enclosing any
Certificates to: District
Manager, Air Canada, P. O.
Box F-391, Freeport, Bahamas*
C7243
EXPERIENCED ROOFING
FOREMAN AND ROOFERS
NEEDED IMMEDIATE RT

35 07E G.B.C REEOOFING

C7247
TODHUNTER MITCHELL has
vacancy for a Fork-Lift
Operator/Warehouse keeper.
Must be experienced in liquor
business.
For appointment call Freeport
352-7311 (9-5).
C7230
Sorter and Washman required
with minimum of one yea '
experience and full knowledge
of commercial-type wa hng

eAppuy mhama Uniform Rental
& Laundry, Box F-822
rleeport
C7245
GARDENERS Applicants
should possess experience in
gardening and the application
of fertiliersr. Successful
candidates should be prepared
to work each work day.
Apply to: Devco Personnet*
18C Kipling Sidg., Box
F-2666, Freeport, G.B.I.


C156 16ft. EVINRUDE
BOAT with 155 h.p. OMC

oil 7 nder tradn fo lrel
boat.

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

IIELP MITED
C9so
LA IRM r qdu es Bahamra
experience in company work.
Salary commensurate with
ex peri ence. Teleph one
2-4214/5.
C9088
URGENTLY required young
male between the age of 21 to
28 to assist accountant for
large insurance firm. 1 to 2
years bookkeeping experience
required. Contact J. Knowles
at 2-2465 for appointment.
C9189
MATU RE MARRIED Assistant
Manager for 0cwvor kin
her sman 1o 80 os r o
,operation. Must excel in Ad
'pregnancy diagnosis, her
health and recordkeeping.
Apply: Jack Bishpam, Mgr.,
GOLDEN ISLES DAI RY
LIMITED, P. O. Box N-4820,
Nassau, Bahamas.

The Bard of Trustees at Fox
Hill Public Library invite
applications for the post of
Trainee Librarian. Must have
"G.C.E. 'O' levels, and be

s dered Intt espt s ap liah

Chaimn P. O. Box 390 F. H.
C9165
HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TECH 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
panels, automatic transfer
switches and related electrical
components. Also required,
service mechanic or technician
with experience related to
Earthmoving Equipment.
Fringe bene its enjoyed by a l
employees For appointment
please call Dave Sands, Service
Manager, Nassau, Telephone
3-5701 or write to P. O. Box
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.
C9168
TREASURE CAY BEACH
HOTEL require immediately a
Chef who will be responsible
for the quality and production
of three kitchens and menu
co-ordination between three
restaurants; also responsible for
requisitions and maintaining
costiapercentages Bngue sfd
scheduling. Minimum of five
years experience in
International cuisine and must
be prepared to reside at
Treasure Cay, Abaco.
Apply to: "Chef', Treasuire
Cay Limited. P. O. Box
N-3229, Nassau.


C9128
FOR VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY ON 355
BAY STREET
SEAFRONTAGE
571r feet on sea, Eastern
Boundary approximately 240

end th W stetrneoundary 23
feet. Square footage approx.
13,278 feet PLUS three
b aldng Mai Bina te say
tower ground floor as 40 by 60

s tore ps a se a ing

usd as livMn tguarters and Art

t urists dpcou parek ng and
best business location
obtainable. See anytime.
Submit offers to DESMOND
INVESTMENTS LT D.
Mortgagee, Box N-732,
DAMIANOS 22033, Evenings
41197 for ddfails.

FOR SAILE OR RENT
C9152
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,

4 13 5803 Ests forP nrse
Bethell.



C9082
WATERFRONT EAST'
BAYCROFT ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, LARG
LIVING FULLY
BEAUTIFULLY
FURNISHED, BALCONY

ONDRPOOO NGOELYOV EA
TOP FLOOR. CALL 4-2113
C8939
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occu ancy ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.


FOR RENT

3 E ROOMTV nBath dDuplex

CATBedrooi, lu er, galr5 g
Freeport 352-2126.

rMNTED
C7238
FURNISHED four (4)
Bedroom House, central
air-conditioning, located Ridge,
Lucaya or Bahamia for Airline
Executive. Lease preferred.
Aprit or May occupancy.
Phone Freeport 352-7260 or
352-7798 after 6p.mn.

HELP MNITED
C7251
MITENANCE
MUAP ENINTENDENT
REQ UIRED BY
INTERCONTINENTAL
ARTISTS GUILD LTD. TO
TAKE CHARGE OF ALL
MAINTENANCE OF ART
GALLERY. RESPONSIBILI-
TIES INCLUDE
STRETCHING AND
5 RAMING VALUABLE
F STINGS AND SHOULD
H7N E REASONABLE
KNOWLEDGE OOF ARTA LN

DELIVERIES OF PAINTINGS
AND THEIR PACKAGING.
TEL: PERSONNEL DEPT.,
373-3020, Freeport

C7253
LIVE IN MAID, APPLICANT
MUST BE 35 YEARS OR
OLDER, HONEST AND
GOOD WITH CHILDREN.
SALARY $35 PER WEEK.
CONTACT : SANDRA
MOORE AT 352-7892 (9-5).
C7224
M EOC AM C L FRAMIN
supevisondeableomod ra
work. 5 years experience
required. CL
T WO ACOUSTI 4
MECHANICS: Lay ou
supervisor, be able todi ted
blueprints and co-or iat
work. 5 years experience
interested Persons Apply
GRAND BAHAMA HOTWES
COUNTRY CLUB, WS
END, GRAND BAHAMA.
Elon Martin, Jr., Personnet
Director.


C9207
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.

CAIRS FOR SALE
C9186
ECONOMY CARS LIMITED
SELECTED USED CARS
1971 FORD CORTI NA
STATION WAGON, std. trans.,
radio, One owner. Low mirage
,371 MGB GT SPORTS CAR,
auto. trans., radio, A-1
condition $2,300
1967 ROVER, auto. trans.,
radio, new paint job $1,200
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4dor sedan, sta400 trans.'

1971 TO OTA C RONA D/L
4-door sedan, auto. trans ,
radio, clock, ai;r conditioning
$2,200
1971 FORD CAPRI 2-door
sedan, auto. trans., radio
$2,100
1 9 69 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL fully

cniinn5 adi cnditia
1968 PLYMOUTH VALIANT
auto. trans., radio, very good
condition $1,000
1967 FIAT 800D7 2-door
sedan, standard trans. $500
1968 AUSTIN 1100 4l-door
sedan, auto. trans., radio $850
1969 VOLKSWAGEN, std
trans., radio, A-1 condition
$1,300
1968 MORRIS 100 4-door
sedan, auto. trans. New paint
Job $800
1969 FORD ESCORT 2-door
sedan, auto. trans $900
1967 FORD GALAXIE, auto
trans., radio, power steering
$800
ECONOMY CARS LTD.
Dowdeswell Street
between
Deveaux and Christie
Phone 2-1322

MONDAY 0 a. SAoTRDpAm.

C1918 LD Cutlass Su preme, 4

tyrs e wit brtack v yl tp
yres,nt coditio $1900.00
E I9 FIREBIRD,n 3 speed
stan ard, juld97 IlkePIN

IIlow very god condition
VAel mu st se Ph ne 2-8015.
C9157
1968 RAMBLER. Phone
42193 58803 ast for Mrs
Bethell


C9158


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C9217
PLANNING TO BUY

Act noA LHilOp ?@ots
coner lots '
casy terms

FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets.
CALL TODAY


C7204
120 BASS, almost new Piano
Accordian. $120 CASH. Please
write Adv. C7204, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau '

C9056ch
1 CONVERTIBLE cod aer

1 25b traumk food rdateezr
Call 7794 7'
C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc.


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C9174
SALES PERSON with at least
2 years in Jeweiry and gifts.
Good working conditions with
possibility of advancement. If
interested in and capable of
managing department, apply in
own handwriting giving age,
education, recommendation,
experience, salary required.
reasons for leaving previous or
present position and other
pertinent information to Mrs.
Johns, P. O. Box E.S. 6218,
Nassau.


C8104
YOU'RE IN
TROUBLE IF
CALL ABCO
YOUR C
PROBLEMS
5]1071-2-3-4.


A HEAP-O.
YOU DON'T
FOR ALL
LEANING
EL:


C9021
LARGE SHOP for rent, 3000
square feet, 6th Terrace'
Centreville. Can be used as
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583.

C8938
ONE EXTRA large two
bedroom two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
(partm~ent. With large I~ving
,ind dining all basically
tumished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone*
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna*
airconditioned. Phone 5463)
between 8a.m. and 5 p.m.
C9176
AVAILABLE April 1st -
airconditioned, fully furnished
1 bedroom apartment*
including T.V. and telephone -
Brooklyn Avenue. Phone
3-1329.


C9200
ISLAND MQTOR COMPANY
S90 LTD.


f oeet Av u

NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING

MECO NI AT RAN LING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONJTACT LYM:AN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 23796.
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


1970 FORD ESCORT
Blue Std. 4Dr. $995
1972 PONT AC VENTURA
A/C Bucket Seats. $4950
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Radio Auto. Blue $1600
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
Auto. Green 4 Dr. $995
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA
S/W Automatic White $2600
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
Vinyl Top 6 Cyl. $3 700
1970 CHEVELLE
2 Dr. Auto. Green
A/C $3000
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 Dr. S/W Auto.
Green $1895
1 972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto
Radio. Orange $3500
1970 ROVER White
A/C Auto. $2000
1970 PLYMOUTH 'CUDA
A/C Red/Black Vinyl $2950
1969 FIAT 124

49 0 SORD AVERICK$50
Auto Gren 1800
A .9C EELLE
4 Dr. Auto. Gold/White $900'
1972 CADILLAC ELDORADO
A/C 58950
1971 RAMBLER
Auto. Blue $2100
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR


2000 Auto. Blue
Radio. 5,000 miles
1 96C9PON rACnGTO
1964 OLDSMOBILE
98, Dr Auto


C7248
TODHUNTER MITCHELL has

Wog wer .o e able IM
operate capping, high speed
bo tlon 6 td Ibl Ing mc i


O ERA NONS TTRA SORN

MANAGER. MUST HAVE AT
LEAST THREE YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN REAL
ESTATE THIS POSITION
INVOLVES SERVICING
LAND INVESTM ENT
CLIENTS ON ARRIVAL ON
TiHE ISLAND TO THEIR
TIME OF DEPARTURE.
MUST BE KNOWLEDGE*
ABLE ABOUT THE
REG ULATIONS AND
REQUIREMENTS OF LAND
REGIST AIN BOARDS

SHOULD BE ABLE TO
CO-ORDINATE TOURS,
CLOSING SESSIONS AND
THE ARRIVAL ,
DEPARTURES, BUSINESS
AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
OF LAR GE L AN D
INVESTMENT CHARTER
GROUPS. LONG HOURS
AND WEEKEND WORK
MANDATORY.
TEL: INTERCONTINENTAL
REALTY LTD., FREEPORT
373-3020.


$2200

$2000

$300


C7242
(1) BELLMAN: To carry golf
bags to Pro Shop whean
cliecking guests in and out.
Must be able to drive and
pofses a valid driver's licnce.
(1) POOL ATTENDANT: To
clean *and maintain pod) and
pool area.
(1) CLEANER: Must be abler
to drive. Work involves
cleaning up, building sand
traps, trimming bushes, etc..
Must be. willing to work
Sundays. also must possess a
(valiOdrivuers it rcean cea

gpl tr n ay through Friday
betwen 9:00 a.m. and 12
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, Personnel
Department.


C8942
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8-

C9179
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 3
private bath house, 2nd f rb -
Ba h. Pon 7- n28.

C9049
OFFICE SPACE: Roberts
Building, East Street just off
Ba .
120 sq. ft. $90.00 per
mnth
m7o0 sq, ft. $135.00 per
moth
m600 sq. ft. -- $180 per month
975 sq. ft. -- $400 p r
'AR EDITIONING INCLUDE

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. O7ly
$308.33 per month. Store and
office space available for as
little as $277.00 per month.
UN FURNISHED
APARTMENT TS OAK ES
FIELD $140.00 per month
OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FIELD: 868 sq. ft. -- $290.00
per month
APARTMENTS OUT EAST
OFFERED FULLY

BASI AN I HFURNIS 5 :
$265.00 and $2 3.00
respectively per month.
Airconditioning and swilmming
pool.
Telephone: BER T L.
ROBERTS LTD., 23177. Bert
L. Roberts Ltd.
C8960
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE.
World-famous postal
tuition for the GCE*
School Cert and
k [untng, CBan ing
Secretaryship Examina.
tons. For details of our
specialised courses write
for FREE copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid
Results College Dept. TNI
Tuition House London


'C7246
AUTO MECHANICS not less
than seven years experience
especially in Foreign cars. Must
have own tools, be able to
work without supervision.
Bahamians only.
Apply: S. & G. Motors
(32-7034).


C7232
JOB OPPORTUNITY
Required by an Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company.
POSITION : Fin ancial
Accountant
QUALIFICATIONS: 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 profits*
analyses profit changes,
establishes and keeps records
o- vai atefinancingoactif d es
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
aviation fuets.
EXPERIENCE: Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting with
emphasis on financial and cost
accounting. Petroleum
accounting experience is highly
desrab BHAMIANS WILL BE
CONSIDERED.
Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience
and present salary to: C.E.
AMBRISTER, PERSONNEL
OFFICER, P. O. BOX F-2435,
FRHEAEMPAORT, GRAND
HMA


C7254
OPERATION MANAGER
(POWER GENERATION)
Very extensive e~perience
nquired in operation of high
temperature/presure steam
plant. Knowledge of
maintenance also essential.
Qualifications by certifcter to
shift engineer level necssry.
Must be able to assume, as
needed, full reponsibility for
central plant opertion.
OPERATIONS MANAGER
(OIL COMPANY) Must
qualify to direct; dispatch of
tanker trucks with corret
prondu ts; v~tcv
diel~r ad gasoline; purchase of
ehickles calibrating tanker
meters. Must be abe to inspct
jet nd aviation fuel for proper
quality. Must deal with
custom rsbout recepits,
storrage of products and
tubkricatn problems. Must be
able to assume responsibility
for ordering and storing stock
items and spar parts.
Extensie prior experince
requird.
Apply to: Personnet
Port Au~oity UL ted, P.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freport, Grand
Beharn.


ME2CANICS (StEAM &
DIESEL GENERATION
PLANTS) Senior Mc anc,
Mechanic and Mechanic's
Helpers positions. Previous
experince required on rotating
equipment, pumps, fans, *tc. -
and/or on diesel gnrating
equipment. One senOio
mechanic, Diese with
extensive experience requied;
one mechanic, Dkries one
mechanic, steams on*
Rmehanic's helper, Steam.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port A Ithrt Lm d P. O

Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama or if in Nassaru appear
for interview at Grand Behame
Port Authority Office, George
Street, P. O. Box 6252, Nasu
Bahamnas on March 23,
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owner-driver 1,600.
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evenings 77506.


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Ibord are pus~uay dimenated
ihch at the isMtledeende
only by the king. Castling gives
this weak pawrn extra cover,

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champiandatp) ahows Ithe don-
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force a qubok winl
Per times: 10 secats, obmse
master or expert; 30 seconds.
county aba~ndar~d; 2 minutes, cdub
plyer San uts. sveratge; 7
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to cut conanunications between
East and Wfest.
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folw-ediscanstsbi l Ms OQ.
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disond, but thereby averts the
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list. No ple ;~r no foreman words:
ano Pm names. TPODAY 8

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Bu RAT mat tar bstu btrat
tact tart tract.

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IS. Pleasnant (4)
13. Old Drary personality. (I)


Il'm sorry you didn't get the job as supervisor, but
let's hope for the best--maybe the new one will be
attractive and single."


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I'D SAY WE MAD ~ CONFESSION IS WHAT'S A MAN TO DO SHE MUST HAVE BEEN
ACCORDING tO JUDGE A PASSIN6 GOOD00 FOR T(E~ WHEN ONE OF THE ATTRACTED TO YOU SY THE
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


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remember I'm in the market."


QUICK QUICK


--CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Carvell Righte testitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is a beautiful
day when most everyone is cooperative and
eager to compromise points of difference if you and others act
in a reasonable fashion Take the time to listen to the
comments of your companions before interrupting.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Engage in a discussion with
associates and take care of problematical affairs, since this is
important right now. Put any differences in the background
and stay on the positive side.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Make your surroundings
more charming by replacing whatever is obsolete with artistic
pieces. Fellow workers are very cooperative, so be the same
yourself. Entertain friends at home tonight.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Getting together with
individuals you really like can makre this a most productive day
for you. Put to good use that fine talent you have. This could
bring added income. Show devotion to mate.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have been
putting off handling certain duties and this is a good time to
give them your attention. Make your surroundings more
delightful. You can impress those you invite to your home.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make sure you show admiration
for others that is honest and sincere, then you can
communicate more successfully with them. You can
accomplish more in the future by thinking and acting logically *
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Keep occupied at getting
your property and finances enhanced via intelligent methods
Come to a fine understanding with others, but avoid one who
likes to downgrade you in some way.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are highly magnetic and
charming now and can accomplish much with others, provided
you don't monopolize the conversation. Attend the social
tonight and meet interesting personalities.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You like to investigate and
can now do so and come up with important data you need.
The evening can be a most romantic one. Think along more
old-fashioned lines and become more inspired.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Begin the week
properly by contacting good friends and you can accomplish a
great deal. Use good, sound judgment in going after personal
aims. Think along more practical lines.
CAPRICORN (Dec. to Jan 20) Take your finest talents to a
higher-up who can help you to commercialize on them. Any
public work you do now can meet with real success. A more
friendly attitude to others is important.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have fine ideas now
and can get the right associates to help you put them across
successfully. Don't delay writing letters to outef-towners and
get the important information you need.
PISCES (Feb, 20 to Mar. 20) Strive for more goodwill with
those who are vital to your welfare. Make the future brighter.
You can come to a better understanding with loved one.
Converse intelligently with others.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .he or she will be
one of those charmers that most people will want to spoil, so
teach to be independent and thereby make the most of this
fine quality. A most successful person, especially in the field
of politics is in the making. Give a certain amount of discipline
early in life. Spiritual training is most important and so are
sports in this chart.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Rupert and the











Ru Look atth s! il sh
Conjurer wanted to keep that
old rod of mine," he says.
" So he gave me all this
money fer od Thnerea8 h h g
basket too Bill s face clouds
when he learns of Rupert's
lost submarine. That's a


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pt. er mutter sC "eN
me to buy my fishing gear.
Then we can share it for the
day He clasps Rupert's arm
ti re ahi alo ok buta th
towards the Conjurer a tall
house. Now why would he
want that rod 7 he wonders-


CROSSWORD

PUZZ LE


11. Bodyguard 29. 3 1416 IC1II 3AM
13. Foreign news 31 Dickeissel T
agency 33. Scepter I
14. Idea 34. Pepper plant
16. Scram 35. Hindu title
17. Bidden 36. Assessment
18. Disunite 37. Make cakes SOLUTION OF YESTER AY'S PUZI
20. Brave 39. Gracious DOWN
21. California fort 41. Occurance 1. Gambler 6. Note of the
22. Confident 43. Tobacco in a 2. On land scale
24. Concerning cigar 3. Censure 7. Electees
25. Mischief 44. Lagging 4. Stentorious 8 Indemnify
28. Circuit 45. Youthful years 5. Work unit 9. Play for timl


IB. Penad on the seashore. (b
10. How the broken tomrtates
may be deserlbed. (T)
Jl. Larre bird. (3)
St. Tasrt Dotato Item. (4)
rl8. It's baked. (8)
tl. Zoo) expert. (8)
Down
L. Allstakern aore. ($. 4)
2. There are no fulnds for this.
(
J. ohn tho ha taman. (4)
7. Beto re


Do ttery

17. o~n

30. h a
a 4 y,
(8) rsedr oetn


Githm~t


Macrc 19. 1973'


'(01 FAI~ T SOUPICAS71F VA WANUM C4RM
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t GHS dominmte in senior t




boys school sports meet,


~-~ SAC in the tirls division



QUEEN'S COLdLEGEA Oih tatr of9pOiNts took first place -'i-
in the junior girls division of the Inter-Schools' 1973 sports meet.
St. John's College with 34 points came in second and Aquinas .. ne


ASO FM osary

ON 50 HEAD OR MOREl

~~3~3~,6~'~~ ~ %)Yl~ -o'

Phone 3-4849/3-4895- P.O. Box N4922/Nassau.














M. se of our Pool and l-3nmilC illBeac complimentary)
3. Four Championship Tennis Courts Night Tennis
( Com plimentary)
4. His and Hers Sauna Baths (Complimentary)
5. Putting G;reen (Complimentary)
6. 10 p.c. off Weddings. Banquets and Meetings held at the

r. Ad itional Cocktail parties held throughout the year
8. Tennis and Swimming Clnmes
9. lop.c. off all special pa rties and group dinners
10. Managers Clomplimnentary Recception, Wed. 6:45pym -

11. Ju bla Torch Light Steak Cook out (Wed.)
12. thue y t h~amu t D ce Ipm):ni re N' Aft L~ounge
14. Sunday Feature Movie spm
15. For those of you who like to play bridge, the Nassau
Bidg Clu elImae every Tuesday and Fridaly at 8:00pm

PLEASE CALL MANAGER'S OFFICE 78001
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


FOR APPLICABLE FARES PLEASE CONSULT YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR CONSULT THE OFFICIAL AIRLINE GUIDE.

ALL FLIGHTS OPERATED WITH JET AND JET-PROP EQUIPMENT.
ALL SCHEDULES SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT APPROVAL


COMMONWEALTH

OF TH E

BAHAMA ISLANDS



TE NDE RS


FOR TREASURY BILLS


TIhe T'reasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday
20th Mairch, 1973 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury
Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on
Thursday, 22nd March, 1973 as follows:

Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars ...... .....B$2,500,000


The bills will be in mninimnum multiples of $100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91) days from the date of issue.

TIhe bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Monetary Authority. Details
of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in a letter of acceptance.
Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tenlder" addressed to:

The Banking Manager
Bahamas Monetary Authority

and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E. D. Sassoon
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets. Nassau before 3:00 p.mn.
on Tuesday, 20th March.

Tenders must ,be made on special forms which may be obtained from the
Bahamas Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state
the net price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.


Monday, March 19, 1973


I~1~1~4ua0~111~1RUlli~


yesterday.

wasnBi Mc cGoemn fo nd eo
Hoerman Cup player BasH
Smith mn third place.
Further details tomorrow


Colleg, with 22, third.
With I2 more competitions
in the remaining five divisions
to be completed, defending
athletics champions St.
Augustine's College up until
Friday evening led the senior

shein e eiat etoys6 d iis o
with 80, the intermediate girls
with 50 and the junior boys
division with 66 points.
Competition continued this
afternoon at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Government Hig oiSchoaod
the senior boys division with
Aquinas College second at 49
points and S.A.C. third with 42
points.
TakiHS DOMINf Tt oe


second, two thirds and one
fourth place in the senior boys
division, G.H.S. won the 4x400
relay in 3.33:0; the 100 metres
in I1.5 seconds and the long
jump with 21 ft. 6 ins. In the
150mO tes s which nr le.
that in 4.25:75.
Its the senior girls division
S.A.C. took six firsts and one
third. They won the 4xl00
relay, thle 200 metres, the 100
metres, the long jump, the high
ju p and th edisscus. Reev s

which S.A.C. took third place.
Continuing their dominance
in the intermediate boys
division, S.A.C. took six firsts
tAo ico osll adG o. fuath

Smweeting High each had one
SAC ALL WA Y


IN NEAR PHOTO FINISH Stepehn Hanna of St. Augustine's College outsprints C.
Delaney of St. John's College to win the junior boys 100 me~tres in 1.1.5 seconds in the
Inter-Schools Sports Meet. PHOTO. RICKEY WELLS.


4'


8.CaspVr's Child
FIFTH RACE -
SRoyIB rtant
R ast Rund
S. Duke's Grl l


% Furlongs.
16

13
16
1123
112

I 15

112
I12

I12

D 4% urlngs,
I I2
1 2
I IS
I12
I IS
112

I15
15
I15
I15

I I
112
115
its


for
Horse


Ill
11 I


The following is the Ilneup
t mor~ow's racing at Hobby )
FIRST RACE 4% Furlons.
Ist. alf Da y Double
2. Lady Marina
3.LaigLena


a. Cnidr Me
S. My Account
Rng Fire
Scare Um
SECOND RACE -4% Furlongs.
2rul Half Daily Double
2 neend nce (Milk Face)
4. Hot Ro
s. Pete


9. Great Surprise
Sub:
Mrs. A. D.
Ring O Fire (Zipporah)
Hyies Moon
Miss Brite
TH RD RACE 4% Furlongs.
2. Magec woman
3. Stageley
4. Liquidator
5. Banquero
6. Lady Cleo
7. Sweet Music
8. Go Mary Go
9. Son O Pie


LIggS g g

SAINTS 1-0 TO


RED LION SQU EEZED Into the
final of the Knockout Cup when

reifia cf yeseray's Ne
K rckout Cup game at CIf~ford

ofLe Wiflliams acred thne only ga
Brian Sevillle launched a throw-in
sorne 35 yards into the Saint's box
and he headed Into the St. Georges'
goal.
Both sides played sood football
throuhout anudkSt.n Gotropemms
from the game with a draw.
F~or the Lions Jimmy Mcl~ay

t h o g o tt hu n g a e k h l C o l
Knight impressed the frontline.
Paul Johnson had a fine gnam in
the Lions goal as did Franco Pedrini
in the Saints' goarl, coming off his
tin on sevea occasions t kickthe

adoavPM Alega n led the defence
with extreme efficiency and
following yesterday's game the
Lions have conceded only two
goals In their last three games while
their forwardline! has hammered In
It goals in three games.
With a defence capable of
stopping the Paradise forwards and
an attack consisting of such
goal hungry forwards as Don
Maples, Colin Knight and Barry
Hynes, aided by Jimmy McKay and
Les Wilitams In midfield, the Lions
should clinch the final against
Paradise next week.
( SEE OTHERH SOCCER


ABOVE: Valeria Smt of
St. John's College prepares to
AT TOP: E. McPHEE of breas the tape in 12.8 seconds
St. Augustine's College puts during the junior girls 100
on a last burst of power as metres to give St. John's
she cuts the tape to win the College one of three firsts (n
son or girl, 100 metres in tse nd thio S Int took
121~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wcnr eodperwt 4Pit


1 7 okng Sip

I 7 u. SOS

114 Lady Beth
17 SIXTH RACE 1t
I. Avatheon
.. M noe
Il MSus tnse

11 .Rse L~eaves
L11 7. Mary Jo
al .Sugar

1I1~~a Fs e
Ill Lady Sunshine
Sabrina
Il l SEVENTH RACE
114 1. Moon Maiden
11 Mam Twist
111 4. Dark Star
12 5. Sea Fire
112 6. RdtPg Bank
IIS 8. Fancy Fire
112 9. The Good
115 Sub.
112 Yellow Elder
I IS Lady Lucks
II2 ElMHH hRACE -
I 1 The Outsid r
3. Baby Twist
I12 4. Colored Girl
IIS 5. Bold Isightning
11) Re Gunea
112 8. The RId
112 9. Seni Paul
11S Sub: Sib


It was S.A.C. all the way in
the intermediate girls as they
cleaned up the high jump, the
shot put, the long jump and
the 4x100 relay
Six firsts and one third again
gave S.A.C. the lead in the
senior girls division. Their wins

10 m tres, :h10200 1 trs
the long jump, the high jump
and the discus. In the shot put,
S.A.C. gave way to Reeves
Hih the ho took top honours in


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Getting competition from
St. John's only in the junior
boys division S.A.C. again have
five firsts and two seconds.
S.J.C who are five points
behind had two firsts, three
seconds, one third and one
it iffcul
Although itis dfiu to ge
results from last year's meet, it
is believed that St. John's
intermediate miler Prince
Hepburn, set a new record at
4.25:75.


I 1


FOURTH RACE
i. Off Shore
2. Sling Shot

s. No seatJane
6. Limbo Queen
7.Shannedoah


- 5 Furlongs


5.A.C.'s VICTORIOUS
intemrmdiae 'girls 4x100 relary
team, from left standing: Lora
Lightbourn, Deborah Carew,

(k e gn~) Linhdoampldner. The
won in 52.5seconds.
PHOTOS: Rickey Wells.

PROS WINS

BECKS OPEN
VALDO PROSA won the
Beck's Beer Open played at the
Coral Harbour Golf Club


OUTl ISL AND AIR WAYS OPERATING SCHEDULE
EFFECTIVE MARCH 19 -1973


ALL FLIGHTS OPERATE DAILY EXCEPT WHERE NOTED


ANDROS TOWN (FRESH CREEK)


CHUB CAY (BERRY ISLANDS)
9 45 A.M. 851
FREEPORT (GRAND BAHAMA)
8 10 A.Ml. 71
1100 A.M 7

4:10 P. M. 75
6:30 P. M 77
GOVERNOR'S HBR. (ELEU'THERA)
9:0A.M. 8

GREAT HBR. CAY (BERRY IS.)
10 00 A.M. 851
2:55 P. M. 853

MAS4GRPCE CAY BERRYY IS.)
7:25 A.M. 501
4:10 P. M. 503
MARSH HBR. (ABACO IS.)
9 25 A.M 401
o:4 P 10


ANDROS TOWN TO:


CHUB CAY TO:
9 50 A.M.
FREEPORT TO:
8 30 A.M

210 .M JET
4:30 P. M.
6:55 P. M. JE T
GOVERNOR'S HBR. TO:


GREAT HBR. CAY TO:
10:10 A M.
3:05 P. M.

MAN RPOV CAY TO:
7 35 A M.
4:20 P. M.
MARSH HBR. TO:
9:35 A M.


NASSAU


NASSAU
10:35 A.M
NASSAU
9:10 A.M

S:10 P M.

7:25 P M.
NASSAU


NASSAU
10:35 A.M
3:30 P M.

NASS U
8:20 A.M
5:00 P. M
NASSAU
10:15 A.M.


NASSAU
10:15 A.M
2:40 P. M.
S:20 P. M.
10:15 P. M.
NASSAU
123 A.M
12:30 P. M.
4:3o P. M.
6:4s P. M.
NASSAU
7:55 A.M.
11:10 A M.
2:15 P. M.
3:10 P. M.
6:25 P. M.
NASSAU

5:00 P.M
NASSAU
10 15 A.M


MIAMI
12:10 P. M.
MIAMI
11-45 A.M


NASSAU TO:


NASSAU TO:
9 30 A.M
NASSAU TO:
7 30 A.M
103 ..JET

3:30 P.M
6 00 P.M JET
NASSAU TO:
8:3 A.M

NASSAU TO:
9 30 A. M.
2 30 P. M.

NASA TO*
7 00 A.M.
3 45 P. M
NASSAU TO:
8 15 A.M.


NASSAU TO:
8 00 A.M. JET
10 30 A.M. JET
3 00 P. M. JET
8 00 P. M. JET
NASSAU TO:


1 30 P. M.
a so P. M.
sao0 P.M.
NASSAU TO:
7:15 A.M.
10 30 A.M.
2 30 P. M.
5:4S P. M.

NASSAU TO:


~NASSAU TO:
8:15 A M.
I 30 PM

MIAMI TO:
1:10 P. M. JET
MIAMI TO:
1 00 P. M.


MIAMI TO:
9:30 A.M
1:10 P M
4:3S P.M
9 30 P M


MIAMI
8 45
12:10
3:45
8:45
NORTH


1:55
3:ss
s:so


JET
JET
JET
JET


A.M
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
ELEUTHERA
A.M

P. M.
P. M.
P. M.


(HARBOUR IS.)

105
io7
io9


NORTH ELEUTHERA TO:
1:0 A.M
12:05 P M
4.os P M

SAN ANDROS TO:
7:40 A M.
10 55 A M.
2:00 P. M.
2 55 P M.
6:10 P. M.
SOUTH ANDROS TO:
7:5 A.M

TREASURE CAY TO:
9:15 AM ,

4:0 PM
FREEPORT TO:
11:30 A.M. JET
SAN ANDROS TO:
10 55 M


SAN ANDROS (MASTIC POINT)
7:30 A.M. 301
10 45 A.M. 303
2:45 P. M. 30S
6:00 P. M. 307


TU TH SA
MO WE FR SU


SOUTH ANDROS CONGOO TOWN)
745 A.M. 5

TREASURE CAY (GREEN TURTLE CAY)
9 OS A.M. 401
1:2 P.M. 4

FREEPORT (GRAND BAHAMA)
1:45 P. M. 65
SAN ANDRtOS (MASTIC POINT)
145 P. M. 304 MO WE FR SU (ONLY)


303 MO WE FR SU (ONLY)


Whto Qrithunt


FLIGHT
NUMBER


FLIGHT
ARRIVE NUMBER


DEPART


ARRIVE


DEPART













Monday, March 19, 1973


1 """""


10


THEO BLACK (third from right) attempts to pass McAlpine's defender John Williams
(second from left) during yesterday's Knockout Cup game. Black eventually scored twice
to give Paradise a 2-1 win. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


GOVERNMENT SUPERVISED PARIMUTUEL
BETTING.
COMFORTABLE AIR CONDITIONED DINING
ROOM & BAR OVERLOOKING THE TRACK.


GATE OPE11.30 e.m.

PO~rTIME1.15 p.m.


By IVAN JOHNSON
GOALS IN THE 27th AND 44th MINUTES by centre-forward Theo
Black guided Paradise to a 2-1 win over McAlpine and a place in the final,
in yesterday's semi-finals of the New Providence Soccer League Knockout
Cup game at Clifford Park.
Having caused a major upset by right to shoot just wide and
beating Leagu. champions, minutes later Halkitis punched a
co ntiud tio saywrieekscctfan a va cin H dpson n G od ere
yesterday on their way to the final A minute before half-time, a
against Red Lion next week, poor clearance by Hodgson from
As Ip last week's game against the edge of the McAlpine box
Troplgas, the Paradise forwards, soared upwards and backwards to
strengthened by new recruits Oscar land at the feet of Black who made
I-unone, Thomas and Theo Black, no mistake in scoring his second
along with Jullano Iccoppi and Stan goal of the match and putting
Bocus inflicted the damage, giving Paradise 2-0 ahead at half-time.
the McAlpine defence more than ATTACK WAVES
their fair share of work to do, in Cmn u o h eodhl
thle first half. McAlpine, obviously determined to
McAlpine did not, however, make up the 2*0 deficit, piled on
succumboeasi and orhtelastdi the rmeeoue tac hunting wave
backline was under continual Paradise looked very weary at
pressure from the McAlpine times and their frontline runners
forwards. had a lack Instre second half but
However, in spite of this the defence led by Nick Kealing
territorial advantage in the second held out throughout the McAlpine
half, McAlpine's forwards namely, onslaught until McAlpine
Simpson, Goodger, Hodgson themselves began to wilt under the
supported by Archibald from the hot sun and their attacks became
to k semdctoobeb coutn so kt less frequent towards the end.
by the Paradise defence rather than Atr2 iue ftescn
through their own efforts when hl clie soe hn
within range of the Paradise goal. floi cre Hkts
d8,"r, ,I ;


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FLORENCE ROLL ,
nominated by the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation and the
Bahamas Netball Association,
was on Saturday named the
Sportswoman of the Year during
the Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Sports awards
presentations. Rolle is seen
receiving the Prime Minister's
Trophy from Bahamian film
star Sidney Poitier. Also taking
part in the presentation is Mr
Vincent Ferguson (right) and
Miss Bahamas Cypriana
Munnings (left).
PHOTO: Rickey Wells
FOREMAN GETS 51m
OFE TO FIGHT iL }onoer

Chri anw)undee ham a cred
Foreman one million dollars to
defend his title against Jimmy )llis,
SuMiami Beach spokesman said
David Berman said D~undee
tendered the offer on behalf of a
ent slasot in a tee 2l tot nik
Sadler, Foreman's manager, in
Hrawyrna .luted the telegram as
saying $1e Medna grup ..y r l
iite against Jimmy Ellis any
Tuesday in May or June at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall1."


St erling Qunant & Flor ence Rolle a e












By GLADSTONE THURSTON ,h '
BASKETBALL'S STERLING QUIANT and
VOileyball's Florence Rolle both most valuable player
award winners were respectively namned Sportsman ,
and Sportswoman of the Year Saturday during the ,
Bahamas Federation of Amateur Sports first annual L fh.
awards presentation. They were each awarded the Prime


MinlStar'S TrOphy.
Tracy Jagr nominated by the
B a ha m as Federation of
Amateur A\quatics was second
runnerup and Beryl Higgs,
no~minated by the Bahamas
G;olf Association was first
runnerup for the Sports won
a n award
In the men's division, Andy
Knowles also nominated by the
H.F:.i.A. was second runnerup
and Bahamnas Olympian boxer
Nathanial Knowles of the
Amateur Boxing Association of
the Bahamnas was the first
runnerupp for the Sportsman
award.


been offered to the Olympic
Association, but nothing could
be done from that level," Mr.
Ferguson said.
HOW BORN
Eventually, said Mr.
Ferguson a sub-committee
commissioned by the Bahamas
Olympic Association'
comprised of Mr. Enoch
Backford, Dr. Norman Gay and
himself mobilized as many
associations as possible around
a common table to dialogue on
matters confronting sports in
the Commonwealth. Basically,
that was how the B.F.A.S. was
born Throu gh this
organization Mr. Ferguson said
that it is hoped that national
associations and federations
may speak and act on athletic
matters at the national level.
"As time passes and as the
Federation grows in stature, it
is hoped that more
associations, fence-sitters and
opponents, will see the merit in
a united front in our quest of
common goals," the President
said.
"Unfortunately there are far
too many sporting
indolent attitude; sitting back
waiting for the Government to
-- "Lgive me give me". There are
far too many that sit back and
ask 'What's the Federation
going to do for us?' rather than
'What can I in conjunction
with other associations,
contribute to the overall
development of my people
through sports and recreation.''
GAMING & SPORT
Finally, Mr. Ferguson
touched on what he called a
"detrimental" and "even
cancerous" point associated
with sports ... and that is
gambling. "More and more, it
appears that many transactions
are becoming associated with
amateur sports, and I can't say
it is all in a constructive way,
from the reports and rumours
that have come to my
attention," Mr. Ferguson said.
"If there is anly foundation to
these rumours, and if this kind
of cancer is not controlled then
the days of sports, as sports,
are numbered."
A special award was given to
Mre WillicaElliottsnomie kot
Association. Presenting the
awaa d, cMr khmn no w h
for a number of years, spoke
well (nhEs sp sma shi 1:
for youngsters entering sports
to follow. It was said of Mr.
Elliott that throughout his
quarter of a century of cricket,
he never argued with an
umpire's decision, never had a
decision taken against him or
caused any confusion on the
field

certi icali f rt hiwaout tning
achievement during a quarter
of a century of cricket.


rpu t ea tam
and Kealing tried in vain to clear it
off the line before Richard Baptiste
raced in to score the Clan's only
go minutes later Goodger sent over
a swerving cross from the right and
again Halkitis punched clear a split
sened thefba atWilliams could
With three minutes remaining
McAlpine nearly scored that vital
equalizer when Crozier headed the
ball to Simpson in the Paradise box
who Indturn unleashed a shot which
Archibald failed by inches to score.
(* OTHER SOCCER GAME


SLOW PACE, BUT -
The pace of the game was
surprisingly slow for the first 20
minute andait waosn' until Black
F~ullone in the McAlpine box and
beat Dimbleby from 10 yards to
scr ceethat the pace began to
qu . .
Paradise came close to scoring
againmshortlhy after Black's goal a
Dimbleby had failed to gather the
ball cleanly but for a period of
McTlpine's fom n ssseeand dce tisn
to equalize.
Gioodger broke through in the


O ver 3 00, including
representatives from various
sporting organizations and the
Ministry attended the dinner
which was held in the Crown
Bull Room of the Sonesta
Beach Hlotel. These included
the lion. Simeon Bowe from
the Ministry and film star
Sidney Poitier and Miss
Baha~mas, both of whom
presented the awards.
"A~lthough the going has
been rough," commented Mr.
Vincent Ferguson president of
the B.F.A.S., in the opening
address "faith in the ideals of
the Federation and the
strength of perseverance have
brought us thus far."
Continued Mr. Ferguson, who
is also president of the
Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association: "It is my sincere
wish that these brave people
(those who have worked so
diligently to make the evening
possible) continue to make
such outstanding contributions
to sports and recreation.
.BAD ATTITUDES
The president went on to
say that criticisms and outright
condemnation of the apathetic,
disrespect ful and
un coo pe rative attitude of
individuals and associations
have been the prime topic both
in private and in public for
some time. "Quite often, these
despicable attitudes have
brought not only associations
into disrepute but also our
nation as a whole. Descriptive
words and phrases such a
u disciplined, joy-ride'
selfishness, choas, conflict,
mnsubordnto dandrt the ie

through the community," Mr.

Al::"sihthe cry 'sometig
must be done' is often heard,
"the heat tof te per tabates a d

ag nizing experience agi sun

demanded t at some
associations rise up and take a
firm stand, the occasion very
seldom has been met and the
(Bahamas) Olympic Committee
quite often has been used as a
scapegoat in many of these
instances, when in fact, the
nature of the organization does
not permit it to interfere. "Time
and time again, petitions have


MRS. BERYL HIGGS
nominated by the Bahamas
Golf Association, was first
runner up in the Sportswoman
of the Year Award. Here she
receives her certificate from
film star Sidney Poitier. Photo:
Rickey Wells.



JUNIOR CHIAMPS





BIG II ALSO
SHORT STOP Kenneth Fox
batting four for four drove in four
runs and scored one to pace
defending junior league champions
Flamingo A's to a 7-2 victory over
nuee n Elia et S otr d ntatte.
The A's, in winning their second
consecutive game, picked up four
runs in the bottom of the first and
behind the pitching of Issac F~ox
keptsitheir opponentshsnorriess un it
they scored their hitter. Fox, in
fine shape from the mound,
struck out six and walked three.
*******
CECIL FORBES on the mound
in a no-hitter seven innings stunt,
eliminated II Pros via the strikeout
route to pace AID Royals to a 5-0
shutout victory over the Killarney


second inning. when he scored on
Forbes' sacrifice fly.
With good pitching and fielding
in their favour, Wellington Bullard
scored one, Rolle scored another
and David Patton scored two to
81ve the Royals their first win of
the season.

BIG Q Marketeers after a slow
statt exploded for eight runs in the
top of the fourth and defeated
Paradise Island 106 to win their
third consecutive game in four
played. Big Q at three and one now
share first place with Del Jane and
Beck's Bees.
Paradise Island took a second
inning lead of 5-1 and were
allowed only two more hits In the
thkid and fourth innings before
they got their final run in the fifth
inning,
For the winners, Eugene Higgs -
last year's rookie of the year -
knocked in three runs. Left fielder
Vincent Albury also knocked in
three runs. For the losers, Wilfred
Brown the losing pitcher and third
baseman Basil Hall knocked in two
each.
Dencil Mqjor was the winning
pitcher.
so. ,
Fans attending tonight's double
header at the Queen Elizabeth's
Sports Centre will be entertained
by The Lafayette Lancer Band, .
70-plece group from the II.SA.
bn dthekfirst gule at ni0Pnare n e
in the second game at 9:30, Beck's
Bees meet Jet Set.


k~S


claimed the wicket of Shabbir
without the addition of a single run
to the score.
A gay last partnership of 49
between wir~cktkeeper G~raham
Beaumontl and Nelson Modeste
took the visitors score past the
hundred mark.
Beaumont struck the ball hard
and high while top scoring for the
University with 36 before he we
eventually bowled by Wilson
attempting to hit a good length baill
out of the park.
Bispham (36) and Addison (21)
gave the Wanderers a fine start and
Lunn and Bain saw the home team
home both finishing with 21 not
out, with the loss of only three
wickets*
SCORES: University 101 all out:
Wanderers "B" tos for 4*
TRINIDAD GAMES
PORT OF: SPAIN, TRINIDAD
inerntiona grmn adhis hea wi
top all previous events particularly
in track competitions.
This view was expressed in Port
of Spain Sunday by Wilton
Jackson, public relations official of
the Texaco sports club, organizers
of the amesr.
JC Mkon, a former Tm ilded and
equalled the world's 100 yards with
a time of 9.3 seconds and the
world's indoor 60 yards mark, said
stiff op ostson as expected from
Cnd, th Untbkdl d Kats Vri
G toL. Barbador uej ia, atlana,
and other countries


A FINE OPENING partnership
of flfty between Clive Bispham and
Vernon Addison guided the
Commonlweallth Wanderers to a
convincing win by seven wickets
against the University of Florida on
Saturday at Haynes Ovl.
Wanderers captain Charles
juniorr' Lunn having won the toss
sent the University in to bat on a
hot but clear morning.
The University openers, John
Savoury and Vikas Dange, were
soon in trouble against some hostile
fast bowling by Sidney Deveaux
and Basil Cumberbatch, operating
from the southern and northern
'ends respectively.
With only eight runs on the
board Cumberbatch sent back both
openers in the space of two overs,
Savoury was caught behlad driving
and Dange was cleaned bowled*
Medium pacer Tyrone Wilson,
who had replaced Deveaux at he
southern end then had Majeed Iqbal
caught at the wicket with a ball
that left him slightly off the pitch
a~nd Armstrong, who had taken over
frtom Cumberbatch at the northern
end, bowled Fallo to put the
visitors in the unhappy position of
25 for 4 .
2h diminutive Sava and Slhabbir
then cann together and these two
took the score to 52 until spiner
Derek Johnson had Sive leg before
just before lunch leaving the score
Aft frm lnh a dmatle collapse
followed when Lunn dismissed
Roberts and Neufvdie, and Johnson


McALPHIE KWad AGAIN



Black's goals see Paratitse



through to K0 Cup final


BAHAMAS OLYMPIC BOXER, Nathmanil Knowles,
nominated by the Amateur Boxing Association of the
Bahamas receives his first runnerup certificate from Miss
Bahamas, Cypriana Munnings, during Saturday's Bahamas
Federation 6f Amateur Sports awards P ocnk y Wells.


7 wickets against Florida Unit