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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: March 21, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 101 Wednesday, March 21, 1973 Price: 1 5 Cents


THlREEl CUBAN-Americ
f i sh e m en, whose
imprisonment for poaching i?
Bahamian waters sparked a
12-day strike against all




B tse the aos of ictes d o
senrits to l thor isevnds months
fr feailn troi payc~ their 3.00
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togeter pld S3,00 incldins

aend t the Haaas ll 16r~rciri~nh


Baqu ere f ouil t~Ia)ter of thei
Aies M`in~thry of Home Affars

tat "inf thle case of the three
Cuan ls, their arec3 ntrcvin gh
Bahnys preferential~ tretmet"
buint lhike acny otherprsoer
"teycr have been grantd
oevne-hr noff the sentence fo
good~sllt l be aviour. mrn
rl "Tntus I;se something thate


tuhlemselethe ;ire said "Telirg
h lk r other .ionr
Asked if tey ol bee rnd
oep t eidao fter saitdh e su at

"toi i com mtetnt futher.
Govrme atnltwilaly notmk any
ansn ouncmnt abou they men'sv
release because im was anott
other pisnes

annuned tha they would b
bpoycotta sall Bhamas bundbl
shippi ng fm Mach I if their
cIolerleague were not frkeed.
Cnourcmct budg C. lye Akn's,
at thse reqauesit w of U.S.
men back to work Alnthe aeoug
other prsteveres rtndt
fTherr ob c bae n A ie na
longshoremen.s Thecir iLA

ppouce tnt tey orB m

Minnot e 6 col416,oanounc
nextin daym reardles o f their
oucomlages of e judmet ined
the three me' appa, whstich
wasr Jdue to be haded dowinby
atthe Suremue Cut Marc 13.
ma~vde an formal odemand toe
Goernment to wrelas Athe men
work face sa oy ot by 10 atm
Marcd 1.By ua telegriam
dliveshredn on Marh IL
collauld no interfr iyn th
judicial prock Eess wIchw thenc
shping pogrssin ted coaseofther
thee me.
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thusaner rsds of passenger

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Que' Colg and St uutn' lf asuysera badPn mfrOtw
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acenscmpaned byd Sthe Agstaf-disers andt Nare yexeteda tbo return tNasa after Othe

convention ends next week. Key Club International is a junior foundation of the Kiwanis
Club.


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dona onenao buies o


BAHAMlAS VISITORS last month were well below last year's visitor total.
Sea visitors to the Bahamas during the month of February totalled 39,452 an incre:,se of 5.63
per cent over the February, 1972 count of 37.351, it was announced by the Ministry of Tourism.


GOVERNMENT THIS MORNING DENIED NMO PEOSOTTON CHARGE that it has violated the Constitution by


failing to present the 1973 estimates of revenue and expenditure to the legislature.


Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna, who also holds
the Finance portfolio, told the
House that if the Opposition
had wanted to be "very fair to
Government and the country,"
they would have looked at
"the over-riding provisions of
Section 117".
SECTION I17
He said Section I17



beginningmaf abny yees, ut

empower the Finance Minister
to spend public funds "until
the expiration of four month
from theybe inrnge oc ta

Into o~e rati on of the
Appropriation Act, whichever
is earlier.
Because the House in fact
passed such a resolution on
November 30 last year, Mr.
Hanna declared, "the
Government can lawfully
continue to spend money until
the expiration of the four
months."
Prime Minister L. O.
Pindling gave three reasons
why he thought the Opposition
has raised the point only as a
"public relations exercise."
Firstly, he said, the
Opposition has had several
oppor tunities in House
meeig p64c a h 0 expira io
the matter in the legislature'
but they have chosen to do i

ha ion fr aj ermes us

dsuson lonhetheufloo nof t,2

manner by a press release -
in which the Opposition
brought the matter to the
attention of the pd edthat

"the inaCsitution itself does

mtterega cau e asheae is
seaifc plF tion orr penalty


In a reply this morning,
Government Ministers pointed
out that on November 30 last
year the H~ouse adopted a
resolution under the
"over-riding" Section 117 of
the Constitution, empowering
the Finance Minister to spend
public: funds, without an
Appropriation Act, until April


Opposition leader Kendal
Isaacs (FNM-Fort Montagu)
rose on the motion for
adjournment of the Hlouse of
Assemnbly this morning to
repeat the accusation, voiced
TIuesdo~v in a party press
rellese.
T'he O)pposition had pointed
out that under Section I 16 of
the C'onstitution "the Minister


of Finance shall cause to ye
prepared and laid before the
House of Assembly before or
not later than 60 days after the
commencement of each
financial year estimates of the
revenues and expenditure of
the Bahama Islands for that
year."
The estimates have not yet
been tabled.


In Freepo~rt. Grand Bahamna,
cruise ships brought a total of
8,684 visitors com~paredl with
6,268 in February, 19)72 an
t frs two 8 nph no t 19


cmpa 15 with ITS579) duit
the January /February period
of 1972. In Nassau sea arrivals
were down 0.18 per cent last
mnt twhe a 1 are lisit rs
29,790 in February, 1972.
Air arrivals for the B~ahamlas
showed a decline during the
month of February. Nassau
registered 50,992 air visitors
compared with 55,056 in
February of last year -- a
decline of 7.38 per cent. In
Freeport, the decline in air
arrivals for February was 15.53
percent, showing that 30,132
visitors arrived by air last
month compared with 35,673
in February, 1972.
Visitors arriving by air in the
Out Islands totalled I 1,823
compared with 11,634 in
February of last year an
increase of 1.62 per cent.

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To rm < oksmahln sist~h
several factors were responsible
for influencing the decliner in
the February arrival picturre.
WARM WEATHFR
Iln February. as in
January," he said, "an
important factor which
influenced the decline was the
unprecedented warm weather
in the northeast United States,
one of the prime markets for
the Bahamnas. This prevented
many potential visitors from
pursuing an impulse to nravel
to our sunny islands." In-
quiries made to the tourist
offices in Bermuda and several
Caribbean islands disclosed
that on the whole 1973 has not
been as good at season as
expected, the spokesman said,
a d,a intsomte Lcas, ded nc
been exper encednoe ht

convention business has not
been as good io the Bahamas
this winter as it was last year.
The 1972 winter season was
the best ever in the Bahamas
and the Caribbean in general,
so comparatively, the opening
months of the 1973 season
aper to be"sof t" although i

oMtinisstrs was isk still qui el

that since most of our E'aster
business will arrive in April
compared to March last year, it
is expected that the March
viilrfigures tor thic Bahamas
Despite the decline in overall
Bahamas air arrivals, the
spokesman said there were
some bright spots in the Out
Islands during the month of
.Ianuary, with significant gains
r corded in Gekorg: STown,

Eleuthera, Treasure Cay and
Marsh Hlarbour, Abac~o.


TOufISA M10ISt8F W8ICO OS




THE BAHAMAS is fully aware that the area served by the
German flag carrier has great market potential for the Bahamas,
Minister of Tourism Clement Maynard told members of
Ilufthansa Airline's sales executive.


GOVERNMENT'S W KTE LOAEARN ON EDUCATION,
outlining plans for the development of a national education
system from pre-school level to college and reflecting the nation's
"ideals, values, beliefs and customs," was tabled in the House of
Assembly this morning by Education Minister Livingston N.


sted grwe h lofron tir s aea
after April," Mr. Maynard said
at the Sonesta Beach liotel
during the opening of
Lufthansa's annual sales
managers meeting Tuesday
Lyfthansa will inaugurate
`-flights three times weekly to
the Bahamas, starting April i.
Mr. Maynard said
Lufthansa's service gave him a
dual sense of personal pleasure,
"First and foremost, because I
amn Minister of Tourism. I am
extremely pleased that more
and more of your German
compatriots will be enabled to
visit us and partake of our
sunshine," he said. "And
secondly, since civil aviation is


>trtfinlipor itaan depl gted tham a
great national flag carrier such
ais Lufthansa has now been
added to our list of major
scheduled carriers.'
The Minister reiterated that
it has long been clear to
Government that one of the
economic advantages of
independence may well be the
ability of the Bahamas to
negotiate its own air service
agreements.
"With Lufthansa in the
picture, even in advance of
Independence, I would say that
our transportation future looks
promising." Mr. Maynard
added.


' C OM PR E.H N~h'S IV E
legislation for the granting and
revocation of citizenship is
being prepared, and the
national flag, new passports
and new public seal for use
atfter independence have been
do(~ ignedl, Pnime Minister
.;~i ll Pldlingl tolo the
blouse today.
In a communication, Mr.
Pindling said the legislation
now being prepared takes into
consideration "Commonwealth
citizens who will have
established permanent and
continuous residence in the
Bahamas for 15 or more years'
persons who possess Bahamian
status ilIlegitimate

Haha 1a of Bhama ldothe '
legit mate children born
h tian the Bahamas wor

Bhem Icves cbir neouusd te

he of 18 ya sn b n i h


un rmtahe nB tis N tin d t
Act.,,
110 gave no indication of
when the bill would be tabled
in the Hlouse.
And while he revealed that
"the national flag of the
Bahamnas has been agreed and
the design is now with the
College of Arms for
refinemeint," he gave no hint of
what it looks like.
Mr. P'indling also said the
new passports diplomatic,
of'ficiall and standard versions -
have been designed.
"A new public seal and a
seal-at-arms have been designed
for use upon independence. A
new Royal style andi title has
also been approved," he added.




IS ATTACKED

ALT'ON Bowe. a watchman
at the Donald Davis Secondary
School, Mackey Street, was
hospitalized with head injuries
after being attacked on his job
sometime Monday night.
Police sources this morning
sa t dat uei han be

as sting plceo dficer n t

Bowe remains in hospital
where authorities have listed
his condition as "fairly
satisfactory..,


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Coakley.
The White Paper, called
'" mc~l.; 0 t Future "
deliberately deals only with
"basic policies" in order to
"allow for and provoke much
constructive public and private
discussion."
While the White Paper
reveals Government's aims in
education, it gives no timetable
for the achievement of those
goals.
The basic aim of every
developing country, the White
nahpeer said, isteon replc tem'
which at best is "narrow
nie re," ill-suited and

inG veemmsyemt rowph se to



emotional and physical needs
of all.
While the White Paper
reco alestha h"early succea

important factor in nhe future
learning of the individuals ithe

ac om rnoda ion miat d
aainst the provision of
fll-scale pro rammes of
peshool tran at the
pr snt time riiga
SPR E-SC HOO L
"In the matime the
Minisntry of Euation and
Culture will create and take
advantage of o portunities to
na ge and spncrease the
k n wed e, interest and
concern of the whole
community in pre-schooling "
thhere waste also m proposal

esteblihe don thvvidensebe
populated areas of the country,
preferably in the proposed
community centres."
The White Paper proposed
little basic chan ge in
Government's plans for
education on the primary and

secondary teove u v ew1n

neiAhbou hod Ichools.sltig
secondary education into
junior secondary and senior
high levels will continue to be
uruNATIONAL EXAM
"There will be no selection
of entry" to junior secondary
schools, which cater primarily
to pupils between 11 and 14
years of age. But "at the end of
the junior secondary stage
there will be national
examinations, testing and
assessments of attainment,
interest and potential for all
pupils. This would assist the
transfer to and the provision of


proper pre -vocational
education in senior high
schools.
"An important implication
of this programme will be the
need to reexamine the
statutory school leaving age of
14 years," the White Paper
added.
On the senior high level of
secondary education, "the
programmes will cater to the
complete range of abilities and
aptitudes so that they reflect
an padmnse to e nes
society."
ape flhite Paper said "the


ape on prmbr en isch s r


programmes now carried on at
the sixth frm of te
Government High Sc ool. t e

S Slador Teachers' Iolege
and the C. R. Walker Technical
Coll e"
GeHS "would appear to be
the 10 ical unit from which the
Arts ad Science Division of
the College might develop."
The C. R. Walker Technical
Centre, it is envisaged, will
become the Technical Division
of the College, while the
teacher training facilities would
be labelled the Teacher
Education Division.
The White Paper added that
"a determined effort is being
made to achieve a position by
1976/77 in which the
overwhelming majority of

rnsumennt aint i ed sec o
of edeulcut dare Baam a d

variety of services which are
both explicit and implicit in
this document. Moreover, it
can be anticipated that
Government may have to assist
voluntary school authority
efforts to Bahamianise their
teaching staffs "

FORMER CI HERE
re rR RsACi fCampbell, w o
Bahamias in 19)70 after ten
years service, arrived in Nassau
with Lady Campbell on
Saturday for a few weeks

Lady Campbell will leave
Nassau on March 3 1 to visit her
son David Moore in Aspen,
Colorado. While there she will
stay with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Johnson. Mr. Johnson was in
Nassau for several years as head
of the World Banking Corp
Meanwhile Sir Ralph will
spend a few extra weeks in
Nassau before joining Lady
Campbell in New York


A LONG; ISLAND, New York school teacher and two sailors,
who were released on February 27 on a $1,500 cash bond by
Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules, failed to appear in court this
morning on drugs charges.


Mr. Hercules issued warrants
for the arrest of high school
teacher James ("Jamie")
Canfield, 26, and sailors David
Lish, 24, of Long Island, and
Thomas ("Tommy") Cirillo, 25
of Brooklyn. Police believe
that the three New Yorkers
have already left the island.
The men were charged with
having 1,300 pounds of
marijuana aboard their yacht
Carissa Ann II when it arrived
at Matthew Town, Inagua. on
February 22. It is believed that
this is the first case, in which

was ivnled tha fmanjuwan

al e men were also charged
with having three one-quart
bottles of refined hashish.
Prosecuting Inspector Silas
Nixon told the court it would
take about 1,200 pounds of
marijuana to produce thit
quantity of refined hashish.

('nied dnotsh and to inile

chaog s. eyr w e repre enacs.

At that time Insp. Nixon
told the court that he had been
"instmected" not to object to
bail. Atrial date was then et
for this morning.

The police produced
photographs of the marijuana
which had been packed in
plastic bags and burlap sacks
aboard the Carissa Ann II.

wre mp ed and marijuana


GRACE PERIOD
Development Minister
Carlton E. Flracis, who was
Finance Minister when the
resolution was adopted,
interpreted Section I16 of the
Consitution as merely giving "a
grace period in the normal
course of events. It means if
you don't reach the House by
December 31 you have 60 days
grace to reach the House."

rsB ution is a tedwhSee tioa
rne7 ed es int itlay. or ar
financial year, because we
passed the resolution. We stand
on the provisions of Section
I17 "
Mr. Isaacs commented that
"it is true the Minister got a
resolution authorising the

"u tht oes n~ot eo ea

producing ah pstm disr o
within 60 days of the
beginning of the financial
year.

Georgeand Dumon) de~clar
that "not one of the Ministers
has been able to answer the
charge laid at their feet, that
60 day after the beginning of
the financial year the estimates
shall be presented to the House
of Assembly. Where are those
estimates?"
He condemned Government
for treating the matter in a
"trite trivial and facetious
manner. (


YOUTH BOUID

SV El IW SIOIOTG UN


ANTHIONY Taylor, 18.
Palm Beach Street was bound
over to keep the peace for two
years in the sum of 5250 this
niorning when he pleaded
guilty to a charge of
negligently causing harm to
Valton Burrows on March 12
Taylor, a boat service-man,
was accused of causing his
nriend, Bu rows, o babinrd
cld rig w sto hy lesh t-g

possession,
Burrows was hospitalized for
the injuries and remains in
"satisfactory condition" at the
hospital, Insp. Silas Nixon said
in the magistrate's court this
morning
On Monday. Chief Magistrate

( ti Knowls 3 a Samp d n

pni th oucmnien ofJn

Knowles was reportedly shot
in the forehead during an
incident at a club on
Rock (rusher Road on MarchlS.
MISSING $50,000 U.S. FOUND
KING;STON, JAMAICA (AP) -
I'olice said today that $50,000
dllrs (U~.st) reportedanikising lut
Sco~tia off~ice in Kingston had be n
found in another municipality near
the Jamaican carpital
A cusperct, identified only as a
haln r mploe orit arrested,
Thei mioney had been brought to
th~e huank's head office last week for
shipmenrrt to, the United States.


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government's top monetary expert
said Wednesday the new monetary
pact should make it more difficult
forc; -ny s euatr to make a
Paul A. Volcker, the Treasrury
Department's Under Secretary for
monetary affairs, said, however.
that he could not say with absolute
certainty that currncy speculation
wi conw to an *d s la result of
leading industrial nations in the
P ( two weeks.
L3mKth ut Of rtbIecedlB
floatinS currencies has mae things
mon uncu sin anown th culuators,
about buying and selling currencies
to pofit.
But Volcker a de, "I don t
think we have a complete answer to
then pbem strte cmonament ha
resulted in most nations doing away
with fixed exchange rates for their
currencies, floatinS them in the
market placed agalns tve cdodlar
float their currencies jointly against
the dollar.
Volcker said he feels the rates of
rxhe ige n r now rea itic. He said
leading industrial nations that
exchange rates should be changed
an. REFORM SOON
But much needs to be done to

m ea ry ytrem, Iocke rsai li
said the process of reform will
move faster tnow, but lehi sti

josc s dra cR s rvedBoard
unrealistic. Vochker said he hoped
the major outlines of the reform
couedk ashatu n the greatest
roadblock to achieving reform.
Volcker said the core of the
problem is still writing rules that

set out of line.
Asked repeatedly if he foresee!,
anything that might lead te a other
sanckeativ e didonnott want t
name any target or guideline the
speculators could shoot at.
He said thet currency sp culatwr
rive thw enatueof 8any particular~
currency can move in only onle
dir an people think things are
out of line, they will speculate," hz
said.
votce rdsalid t r ogres htrh
rees actions with Japan, but he said
there has not been enough progress.
As for Europe and Canada, hte
said, "I think the progress hats beenl
less than concrete."


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troops during normal exercises
within Iraqi territory."
The posts are in northeast Kuwait
near the Iraqi port of Um Kasr, on
the Persian Gulf. The defense
ministry in Kuwait said the Iraqis
maescapotmfe Sameta, a post IV2

mie dro ase u etee

remain calm "and give us a chance
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KUWAIT (AP)--Troops from
Iraql and Kuwait clashed before
dawn Tuesday at two border posts
In an oil-rich area claimed by both
countries. Each accused the other
of starting the fight.



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IRISH FATALITY TOLL H1AS REACHED7SS
HIELFA.ST (AP}--A 16-year-o~ld Romnlu Catholic was shot dead from a
speeding car in B~elfast's G;rosvenor Road Tuesday night. Another Catholic
youth was seriously wounded in the burst of fire that brought the first
death hdince publication of Britain's blueprint for the future of Northem
The1 dead bo~y ws identified as Hernarct McErlane. He was among a group
of1 yo~uthtS bta~ndng oln a street corner at 10 p.mr. when the car swept up the '
GrocSvenolrf Road, made a u-turrn and opened up on the bystanders.
Me larnde and Keson tNu~genthfelt tt th~e sidewalk, po fing b oodeat7s o
nearly four years olf warfare between the Protestant majority and the
(`atholic community,
I isewhlere in the provinces therre was comparative calm. A bomb
shattered a holtel in anotllte H~elfast district and a B~ritish soldier was hit by
a! sniper' h bullet in Lo:ndonderry but was not seriously wounded.

QUESTIONING HAS GONE ON LONG ENOUGH
WA~/SHlN;INGON (APl)--T'he norminee forr EmH director, Paitrick G;ray, has
d~c~lined to give Senators I HIf Files on the Watergate case and other
malt~erials. Hie said ltoday he acted partly on orders from Attorney-G;enera~l
KleinJien~st, partly in hopes of bringing the hearings, to an end.
G;ray told members of the Judiciary Committee a point has been reached
whelre thle Senators sho~uldl appro~ve- or disappro~ve his nomination. Hie said
he feel\ he's entitled to ar judgment. (;ray said the hearing could go on until
next\ Jalnuary If;1 all th vario~us materials reqluested by home members of the
Cornlllinitte areC SUbnuttedC~. G;ray already haus been questioned for five and
onel-haslf dasc.
NIXON MAY USE VETO SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR
WASH1N; INGTON (AP') A Republican congressional leader says P'resident
Nlicon may, fo~r thle second year in a rowY Veto) a multi-billion do~lllr
"l onni'L-ustirK"altlrg it's sufrom st yearnsfgurhe mesre s
Thell GOP) leadler made their forecast after meeting today with the
President. T'he measure would authorire two, billion 300 mithion dollars of
spendingg between notw and mid-1975. Although it contains less m~ney
thanl preLvioul)Ry, it still exceeds the P'resident's request by 600 million

J..C ON VIET CEASE FIRE TO BE EXTENDED?
WA~SHING;TON (AP)- The White Hocuse Tuesday declined all comment
on reports th~at the Unitedl States mlay propose an extension of the four
I'csms Sertarist Harbcrni. Zelr sai evul nam tann tlet ther j:" s
In response to other questions he said he had seen nreprts that Norrth
Vi:tl;namese infil~ration into South Vietnalm was sticking off. "Blut our
conlcern remains as it was tatrted by P'resident Nixon and we are watching
.4 ltis now <53~er nc ast vs~ek, Nixten warned dNedrth Vietanamt ag is
infiltration of military equipment and troops into South Vietnam.
T'he Joint Military Commission is composed of North Vietnam, Soruth
Vietnamrli the Viet Cong and the U.S. Its function is due to end 60 days
:rtter the signing otf thle peace agcreement o~n Jan. 27.
U.S. READY TO CONCLUDE NEW CANAL TREATY
I'ANAMA (AP)-- The U.S. has told a U.N. Security Cotuncil meeting in
t;rarn ma tht dhde United rStates hedlieves it must maintain P'anarntahCan l

says it's ready to conclude a new treaty promptly.
Ambassador John Scurll gave this presentation today in his first
full scale speech ats U.S. United Nations lescgate.
LEAD-OFF WITNESS IN YABLONSKI CASE
.1E; RIE, ENNSYLVANIA (AP')-- Deposedr United Mine Workers Union
president W.A. "Tony" Do~yle has ended his direct testimony in Erie,
Pecnnsylvania as lead-off witness for William Prater. Pra~ter is charged with
d2la trr intlw69 ncyl et id he~uth~i tre defer cf ZOst ua nd dla
o~f union funds, but he denied thle money was used to finance the
Yubionsuki murders.
RISE IN FOOD PRICES NEAR END?
WhsHINGTON (A')- The chairman orf the President's council l of
I conomsic Avisers, Herbe tc St on, sy the rie gh ra piese s thfr a
than they were at the end of 1972.
Speaking to aI group of UKCcutives in Washington, Stein said the lowering
ofr farmn prices should at least slow down markedly the increase m rretail
nocd prices'
INTERNATIONAL EARTH DAY SIGNALLED BY BELL
NLW YOK (AP)It wasn't only spring that began today. The Vernal
e(ln alc, nle *d the b~Eginning ofkint emstina F~t nay be Clie
Scerlbrhrting the eatrthr rights o~f il people.
WHO-1 WILL BE ISRAEL'S NEXT PRESIDENT'
TEL AVI (AP) scientist and university professor emerged Tuesday
as thle front runner for the ceremeonial office of president of Israel.
The dominant Lunour Party said Prof. Ephrarim Katachalski, a professor
of biophysics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, had agreed to accept
the party's nomination for the post if offered.
Th s x mand part nomm ating committeembwilli rhonwithe candidae


supc~t~ Krjlt sis horn the R~ussian-horn scientist would accept the nomination only if the committee
were a runt .malnu Shazar, 8)3, must retire in May after serving two
fieyenctek iss n hr ~hr of Ahrarn Katzir, a noted chemist who was killed
inl last yearr's Lod Airport massacre.
FRENCH AIR CONTROLLERS STRIKE COSTLY
arPi RI (AdM)rpo ts 2ne-o strike ay siia mi controllers oto Intsentr
Mins a tr ller reur d t o Tuesday and air traffic is expected to

ickte sand bchme normal bys te a i iesn2 2 million francs (49.3 mimlon
dollars) aind the airport 30 million francs (6.6 mliton dollars).

RIMUFING IN W.EVIR ;NIA PENI ETIRYnImtssie ie
guards at West Virginia penitentiary today and state officials sought to
negotiate their release.
Armed state police and sheriff's deputies were stationed Lar the building,
bin mhrews eomtvedtoophysicaliypabidown the dis ubnoes Th

Norman Yost, administrative assistant to Giov. Arch A. Moore Jr., asked
to, mee with re rseun atives of the appr hn aely 40brebelliousbpdisot d .
burned olut by mid-afternoon and fire trucks left the scene.
State police were called shortly after the disturbance started.
VETERAN GREEK ECONOMIST ARRESTED
ATHENS (AP') lonnis Pesmazollou, a veteran G;reek economist, was
tken Into custody by G~reek security police Tuesday night without charge*
Pesmazollou, a former Athens university professor and also ex-D~eputy
G~verntor of the Bank of G;reece, has been particularly outspoken lately on
the student unrest and has assailed government officials for their handling
Hfe was taken into custody presumably because of an interview he
gave to the B~ritish Broadcasting Corporation, criticising: the G;reek regime
and its economic polices.


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WASHINGTON (AP)-Under
order from the attorney general, L.
Pa:r::. .,ox. .,- .e:urd
questions on material contained in
FBI fles.
Sen. Birch Bayh, (D,-Ind.) said
the indr by Anty. lree Richardx "
has given what he called at "lack
eye" to G~rayr, who testified before
the Senate judiciary committee
during hearings on his nomination
to be the FBI director.

(D-Ca (3 sarido KeindVI nat's leto
"clearly demonstrates that the
attorney general is concerned about
revelations contained in the
Watergate file. We have learned
some things from information
provided by Mir. Gray; the question
is 7how much more is there in those
rsles'."
At the White Hlouse, a Nixon
administration spokesman said
rs pnoo1 dimine and that Ni o
had not abandoned him, as alleged
in aI newspaper account.
Prd have the imgnessionathlat t
same as when he sent it
(nomination) up, and that is full,"
said Sen. Hugh Scott, (R-Pa.) a
leading administration spokesman
SonCtol id however, that the
administration support o~f Gray
''does not include the television
spechtcua don Ca Ito Hill. ol o
on until January "if ~w keep
submitting" all the various
materials requested by some

mora pesp ou ly aas geuhe ton d
returned for further testimony and,
at the outset, said he no longer
could answer questions about the
substance o he F;B s in tgar in
national headquarters in the
Watergate building here last June.
MU er fr mmler se ree ie
access to FBI files now has to be
restricted to the committee's
chairman, the ranking minority
member, its chilrf counsel and the
DECLINES
In contrast to his earlier
appearances before the committee,
the

speeches he made during last year's
presidential election and other
nlatters not co~nnected with the
Watergate probe.
PhOle exarll ws MI e~n aS end
Grtay if he could check to find out
if he had written a memorandum
krdecring atn I vsti pto sof an FB
requesting information about the
criminal justice system that might
be useful for President Nixon's
cah n Ga id that any such
memorandum would be part of the
F;Bl's files that fell within
Kleindienst's trstrictions, Hart
asked him if he would be willing to
asek the attorney general If he could
provide it to the committee.
Grtay testified he had strongly
objected to the directive that was
unal tor recl we hr nha3

dircting I iniinspectomsto and oum

ab to while, Sen. Lowell P
Welcker, t(R-tionn.) said lin a S at
Watergate inquiry panel should
su anena C,ray andtWhlensH to
their possession. Weicker is a
member of the paneL
tol newse the rray nomin liott
was not discussedseuin bth

leadership meeting with President
NiA erward, Scott said, th.
President told him a House <;

bm p rmrtte to re p ndH uwit n
to any question "that do not
conflict with the separation of
powert added that the White
oonucsee has absolutely nothing to









BE FAST, NORTHERN
IRfELAND (AP)- A coalition of
Protestant leaders sent up a new
political party Wednesday and
Br tais poasufo brongnpg p ce t
Ulster.
The party, named the United
Loyalist Action Giroup, was
established to spearhead the



the Orange Order.
The group will fight British


policies set out In a white paper, or
policy document, as a "last chance"
fr nNnra ern Itean m provincial
The Protestants vowed to assrt
Four key principles before agreeing
to the British proposals, designed to

an d Im I e r So h cts a aald

The principles:
-Defeat of the Roman
Catholic-based Irish Republican
Anycontrol of the province's
police by a Northern Paritament.
rejection or any Councnl of
11hianve anwih ohthe Irish Republic
-better parliamentary
represn ation for Northern Ireland



Westminister. said after the Loyalist
pare aegigt ae North r
ielantd. e wl ak st n tow
Ireland is with the people of
Ulster."


U.S. sources said Tuesday.
The objective would be "to
create a better atmosphere for

an to acomps crny t sk
left undone, one source said.
Such a proposal also might
help the United States to
maintain a forum for its
charges that North Vietnam is
infiltrating large numbers of
troops and war materials
southward and preclude
resumption of large-scale
hostilities.
The possible extension
proposal has been aclose-kept
secret in both Washington and
Saigon. Although it has been
discussed with the Saigon
government, it has not yet
been formally proposed to the
North Vietnamese and the Viet
Cong delegations to the
foum s ony Joint Military
*omsin
"I have no information
whatsoever on this subject,"
sid at pokesma hfor thecU.lSd
ultimately be a request for an
extension, but I have nothing
on this. This is all I can say."
One U.S. source said:
"The extension of the
four-party Commission is
under consideration. But it's
really in the elementary stage.
There is nothing firm. There
has been some talk within our
circle, but it may never come
to pass."
NO TRUE PEACE
The United States has been
unhappy with the failure of the
Commission to implement a
true cease-fire and to check the
alleged North Vietnamese
infiltration and other violations
of the peace agreement. The
Milary Commission's failure
also has hampered the work of
the four-nation International
Commission on Control and
Supervision, which also has
been a disappointment thus

The Paris peace agreement
provided that the four-party
military commission would be
dissolved within 60 days after
signing of the agreement Jan.
27. North Vietnam and the
United States would pull out,

anld woumd e tae eu eby

ceopmms nat vesmao the two
opposing South Vietnamese

gvrment and t ee Viet iGon .
An extension of the
four-party arrangement, said
one U.S. source, "might be
able to create a more fruitful
environment for the two-party
comm soesman for the U.S.


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delegation said he would not
characterize the four-party
kommwsio ep "a fai b t
more."
SHORT COMINGS
Its biggest shortcoming has
been its inability to bring
opposing field commanders
together at places of direct
contact to reach an agreement
on temporary measures to
avoid armed conflict.
Perhaps the Commission's
biggest accomplishment has
been the carrying out of the
repatriation of both American
and Vietnamese military
prisoners, although it has failed
to reach an agreement yet on
the exchange of Vietnamese
civilian prisoners.
Both Viet Cong and North
Venames sloee saide

complete the repatriation of
American prisoners as well as
Vetnames urilitaythprioe a

in advance of the deadline set
by the peace agreement.
The Communist side has
released 439 American military
and civilian prisoners, but 147
still remain to be released in
the last group-
The International Control
Commission meanwhile
intervened to prevent serious
confrontation between Saigon
military forces and Communist
command troops.
Officials of the four-nation
Peacekeeping Commission said
it had agreed to investigate
charges by the South
Vietnamese command and the
United States that North
Vietnamese and Viet Cong
forces had laid siege to two
government base camps at
points 30 and 50 miles north
of Saigon.


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COllap se In Ch xle


By Barry Schwesd
WASHINGTON (AP) ITT vice president William R. Merriam
told the Senate Tuesday his company pressured the White House
and the State Department to threaten Chile with economic
collapse .


s.?hil s AMearxisth peI et
our property without
compesation he adedth
Merriam, wohae h
Washingt on office of
International Telephone &
Telegraph Corp., acknowledged
that the purpose of the
pe....... wa o ce Allende
"to pay us off." Merriant
ad ed: "That's all we wanted.
The ITY official, who is now
stattionedwlesitaly, apeae
S enate foreign relations
subcommittee launched an
investigation of the influence
erea con U. forei n spoli y
vast holdings in other
cou tresoft-spoken witness
resisted suggest ions hy
subcommittee members and
lwe3 s that redidhmore iq n

Wliam P. Broe, the Central
Intelligence Agency's top man
for clandestine operations in
Latin America.
Sen. C:harles Percy (R-Ill.
asked: "Did you consider
yoturslf an asen onf the C ?h
Mera ,,pndd h
no, Sn. Percy "
NO ID:A
In fhat ithe wtnetss went on
clandestine. We had luncheons
in places with 300 to 400

pre confirmed that he and
the CIA official exchanged
information
"I talked to Mr. Broe many

soethinusto vvenl ach oth r "
he added.
The ITT official said "the
highest people we went to"
were Arnold Machmanoff, then
chief adviser to Henry
Kissmgser in Ltin Ame eda. and

Secretary of State for Latin
America.
Among the suggestions ITY
made to the government in
1970-71, he said, was that
"entry of money into Chile
so ad be tem orarildy sato t d


re pose fom Ksingehe
off ce was "a little more than
perfunctory." As for the State
Department, he said ITT
considered ot less impor ant

Nixon's National Security

AdviN RESTRICTIONS
Merriam also testified that

atChil ad p aed rmby J ck
Neal, ITT's international
relations dirP tor, nashsent t

assistant to Nixon for
international economic affairs.
It suggested the government
tnv Amercan,ant eigrne a
loans to Chile and that U.S.
munitions manufacturers be
asked to delay arms shipments
there and that the government
"get to reliable sources in the
Chilean armed forces."
me rina from anrom
Levinson, counsel to the
subcommittee said the idea was
"to see that Allende should not
get through the next six
months. "
if Allende was pressured,
Merriam said, "he might be
more congenial to paying us.
PRESSURE


dneet nteChil0 Te ep o
Co., worth about $150 million,
when it was expropriated by
the Allende government in
September, 1971. A year
earlier, Merriam testified, he
helped arrange a meeting of
representatives of ITT, the
Anaconda Copper, Kennecott



Kissinger's office "with the
purpose of producing
economic problems for
Chile." Merriam said the


companies participated because
they were all concerned about
a possible expropriation of
their ererties.as eced



off by Jack Anderson, a
columnist who published
material ariommeetTs me o
Washington between ITT and
U.S. government officials.


Wedneday, March 21, 1973


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SENATE PROBE DISCLOSURES FBI HOMINEE


Not oFFICIAL YET, BUT


ITT pressured NixonREF(ISES SEMATIE US is considering


PROBE BIESTIONIS e xtensionofVietn m


P cac comm18 810B
By Geory E r
SAIGON (AP) The United States is considerin gproposing a
extension of the four-perty Joint M#tarty Peacekeeping
Commission for Vietnam beyond its expiration date of March 28,


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IN ELEC TI01

By Hlarrison Hlumphries
WASHINGTON
(AP)-F'ormer CIA director
John J. McCone testified
Wednesday he carried to H~enry
A. Kissinger and then CIA
director Richard Helms an
offer by ITY to contribute 1
million dollars to try to head
off the election of Salvadore
Allende as President of Chi e
Mc(:one did not say wh
originated the plan but it was
not ITT's idea, he said.

Iels who hd sccteededhito
as CIA director and Kiissinger,
President Nixon's National
Security Adviser.
"Mr. Kissinger thanked me
very much and said I would
hear from him McCone
related. "I did not, so I assume
there was no such plan."
McCone testified before a
special Senate foreign relations
subcommittee that he acted at
the direction of Hlarold S.
G~eneen. chairman of the board
of the International TIelephone
& Telegraph Corp. T'he firm's
150-million-dollar investment
in Chile Telephone Co. was
threatened by expropriation by
Allende's prospective election
in 1970.
McCone, who had joined the
ITT board of directors, said
that the idea was to support a
coalition of Chilean political
opponents to Allende, who
faced a runoff election.
Mcoe aoc ra theide w s
U.S. government programme to
improve housing and technical
and agricultural assistance in
Chile.
NOT COVERT
"At no time was the
suggestion umd eio luse sa

the slight, white41 ied w tes

about it."
anMcsCln sessific Ily trejecl d
board of directors had in mind
underwriting operations by the
Central Intelligence Agency in
Chile, but he acknowledged
such an idea may have been

Mco "stafsa Gn en raised
the subject in September 1970
atert Allende had finish fis
election but without the
necessary malloritbe meaning a

Novem ber.

proba ynasked fdr ChAhelpin
a meeting with Helms. He said
the CIA efpromisedo "onte
Allende in the presidential
election
McCone testified at an
investigation hearing by the
Senate foreign relations
subcommittee on multinational
corporations in an inquiry
about ITT activities in CHILE
Since leaving the CIA in 1965,
McCone said, he has been "a
consultant" to the government

spM ~ncy said he discussed
with Helms ITT's fear that
Allende would expropriate the



President of Chile.
Allende won a plurality in
the popular election of Sept. 4,

Pe dent an te d iea
Congress in late October. It
September 1971 the Allende
government took over
ITTowned Chile Telephone

MlcCone said that at a
meeting with Helms, probably
in June 1970, he asked if the
government was interested in
doing any thing to support one


of the opposition candidates.
He said Helms. whom he
called a personal friend,

dntesradgench c hamitt n


De apartment De fe nse
Department, as well as the CIA
h dat discussed he cesoChle
been reached that nothing
would be done."


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ticket in be nameougCharlee
R igby. manager of


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C'haiimrma ofl the raffle wa
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By ETIENNE DUPUCH their prizes this wee
NASSAU has become so sophisticated that there don't seem to being presented
be any really interesting people left in the island. Gieophas Adderley
When I say "interesting" I mean people who might be regarded of the raffle
as a is int hesa get of course, that I have withdrawn front tco S soonamnn
the mainstream of life in the island and don't make the right kind Heart dFo ndati n.
of contacts any more. Febd drn h
This is not true because the people I am thinking of were to be Feruary was
found mostly on the highways and byways of the island in years
gone by.
After my mother adopted Kezzie and brought him from the
Forest to Nassau some of the villagers from Exuma used to come B
to the office to see us.
One man a Mr. Adderley was a scream. Everything was er n
new a surprise for him. We had a lot of fun when he came
around because my father was always pulling off stunts to which

TheR ne t ag Mr. Adderley was deathly afraid of was a gun. I%'
He would run a mile at the sight of a gun. ilc
Moving pictures were then new to Nassau. H. N. Chipman had
a show on the second floor of the Masonic Temple building.
One night my father took Mr. Adderley to see a picture. He
wa acntd"Oh dam! she gonna drown," he shouted when the villain in
the story threw a woman into the sea.
Mr. Adderley jumped up out of his seat and gallantly raced
towards the scream to save her.
As he approached the screen the man in the story drew a
revolver. .
"Oh my God, he gonna shoot me," he screamed, turning on his
heels and running out of the place.
We didn't see him again until he came to Nassau on another "
trip several months later.


It is not Mr. Adderley I intended to write about when I started
this article but this incident flashed in my mind and I thought it
might amuse you.
What I really intended to do was a small piece on a memory
that came to the surface of consciousness when I read the heading
over an article in the Tribune stating that the Labour Minister
wants "more social conscience from local business houses".
It's about a man I saw often on the streets of Nassau when I
was a boy but never met. I don't think I ever knew his name. If I
did it didn't register and so I don't remember it.
This man owned a dray and drove a powerful, highly spirited
horse. The animal was extremely well kept. It was said that the
man treated his horse like a partner, spending on him a half of his
daily earnings.
The man liked his tot-o'-rum ... and so did his horse-
At the time the late Henderson Butler father of the
Henderson Butler many of my readers may have known kept a
rum shop on Bay Street, a little east of Christie Street. The exact
location was on the eastern boundary of the Haxton property.
This man would haul his dray to the curb outside Butler's rum
shop. The horse would be perfectly docile while he went in and
had his drink. He would then bring a drink out for his horse,
The moment he sat -,n the dray and picked up the reins the
horse would charge wildly down Bay Street.
There was something lfie it~outt the friendship that existed
between this man and his horse ... and frightening about the way
ta wn tdhorse went into action umder the propulsion of a swig of

You may remember the stories I told you about my mother's
ability to make friends.
Perhaps her strangest friend was a man who seemed to have no
friends. He had no friends for the simple reason that he made it
clear that he didn't want any friends.
Alfred Burnside was an uncle of John and Basil Burnside and

Ladremanctr thim as a tall, very thin man whose massive frame
was bowed under the weight of years. His hair was snow white.
Early in life he suffered a blow that embittered his nature. One
... maybe two, I don't remember exactly ... of his children died of
a fever. From all accounts he never smiled again.
When I knew him he lived alone in an old wooden house on
Shirley Street opposite the hospital and immediately west of the
house recently pulled down where Royal Bank of Canada
staff had rooms. The property was surrounded by anold wooden
fence .
The house must have been attractive when lt was new but man
and house had aged together. If the building and fence ever had a
coat of paint, time and weather had erased any trace of it.
But he had a beautiful garden. The Burnsides have always been
famous for their gardens. The old man seemed to live only for his
garden. This was an interest he shared with my mother. They
exchanged plants.
The neighbours were terrified by him. Any living or crawling
thing ... dog, cat or chicken ... that got into his yard never went
out alive. He shot them on sight.
The property of T. G. Johnson opened on Dowdeswell Street
but it backed on to Mr. Burnside's land. T. G;. Johnson was then
the biggest merchant in the town. He had quite a time with Mr.
Burnside.
Any of his chickens that got on the fence dividing the property
never got any further. Mr. Burnside dropped them on sight. If the
nacs rel on his side of the fence he threw it over into the
The old man had such a reputation as a killer of things that
people passing his property walked on the other side of the street.
I don't know how the old man managed. I never saw him out
of his yard. Except for my mother, who went there to exchange
.plants, I never saw a servant or anyone else in his place.
He had no visible means of support. But, as the saying goes,
"he lived until he died".
He appeared to be a very old man, although his way of life may
have aged him prematurely.e n se

I suspect that he may have been taken care of by a brother's
p orty th ied ohn tble Spposite dsi yf nh eestreet md ha
modern house on it which is now owned by the Robertson

THos brother wjes a re))ng ffrcer at the liahantasd Gene a
'1job at a time when everything in the colony was small.
This brother had a small house far back in the yard. It is a large
property.
pre ntehole fron yard tas panthd inaEase rbily bulbs and
A daughter of this brother came into the Alfred Burnside
property and built a stone house on it which still stands.
I* * ****
This article is all about people, past and present.
I had an interesting letter this week from Sir Alan Burns,
G.C.M.G., a former Colonial Secretary in the Bahamas, who
ended his career as G~overnor of the Gold Coast (now Ghana) and

Peran nt R oredettv 'f te U t the r.Ngheenu a

deteriorated. I suppose this was to be expected as, once a place


LIVINGSTON TAYLOR is the winner of the Honda Motor Scooter in the Heart
Raffle. He acepts the keys from Mrs. Cleophas Adderley, chairman of the raffle. Looking
on are Lady Sassoon, chairman of The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation,
and Ted Smith, manager of Honda Sales and Rentals.


gets a bad name for the treatment of visitors, the best people will
not go there."
Sir Alan plans to visit Cyprus and Athens with his younger
daughter and two American friends in May.
"I am full of amazement," he added "at the amount of writing
you do. I wonder that you have the time to write a leader every
day.
Sir Alan has written several important books

Time really isn't important in this job because I produce very
fast. The thing that amazes me is that, sitting in my apartment
alone, removed from the scene of activity in the Bahamas, I can
still find subjects to interest Bahamian readers.
I didn't always write a column every day.
Until just over thirty years agb I wrote a leader only once or
twice a week.
On one occasion, when a general election was approaching, I
was laying it heavily on the Old Guard in a campaign to improve
conditions for coloured people in the colony. During that period
I produced an article every day.

otector wh di nal thebu Ild for the Teo enlyb fai
"Trevor says you'll soon run out of words," he told me. At
that time Mr. Kelly didn't approve of The ~Tribune
I accepted this as a challenge and have been writing an article
every day since.
I don't necessarily do an article every day. Sometimes I skip a
week and then I sit down and run off several in a day. On one
ocaso years ag m prod sed fifteen aticle before Ilunchateach

sitting. The reason fo:r this great effort was that I was leaving for
Peru and would be out of communication with Nassau for at least
two weeks.
When I do that number at one sitting I end up feeling like 1
imagine a woman must feel after delivering triplets ... completely
drained but supremely satisfied.
* *++**
"Words" are meaningless without thought. Words are easy to
find. The important thing is to be able to marshal them to paint
one interesting thought.
I am amused by the fact that today Trevor Kelly approves of
my "words" while many of the people for whom I was then
fighting ... having got more than they ever dreamed possible ...
would like to see me throttled.
* * *
The Bookworm is a shop in Miracle Mile in Coral Gables.
The other day my wife and I dropped into this shop in search
of a new book Wind from The Main by Anne Osborne. It is the
story of Anne Bonney, one of the two notorious women pirates.
with a new feminine twist. Mrs. Osborne is kinder to Bonney than
earlier writers. She doesn't believe that Bonney was as lascivious
as history has painted her.
I had a copy for myself but I was seeking another copy as a gift
for Dr. Paul Albury who is now working on a history of the
Bahamas which promises to be the most complete and
authoritative wrk vr don o tpe a no of h bo nds
was sent to the manager at the back of the place who I was told
would order it for me. As I approached a young woman looked
up from b hind a cek 'eco nitison re is 8ed in he r eyst i n

extending her hand. "We met in Nassau some years ago."
eShe was at the time the daughter-in-law of Lady Christie and
will be remembered for the service she performed by doing many
hours of reading for the blind.

Mrs Edwar sew n a she os adi mnge ts shop in Cr
Gables.

r h g e s. se iitled Mn a s erf to ac qssfionit "f soillt d

Almost every day in Miami I meet someone who is connectedi

inTh sam thy t me a mm in Dr. Burbacher's office who has
been living in Nassau for many years. H-e is a Belonger and owns a
business in th slaid te kwves the place bt he lis now p ckang up

where he can feel more secure.****

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
And you all know, security
Is mortal's chiefest enemy.
SHAKESPEARE:
' '' '
The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit

rn n WARD FITZGERA~LD


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MAJ0R CHUCK HALL
Minister a Torsm sthe H
Clement T. Maynard with the
Rech.o Ch Hns t k plac da
at the Sheraton-Four
Ambassadors Hotel earlier
thisweek ahr othe Mini te
Florida press, Bahamian
students attending school in
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WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Consolidated Statement of Condition, December 31, 1972
(In Thousands)
-'*et


Cash and Due from Banks. ...__
Deposits Placed by Overseas Offices. .. .. .
U.S. Treasury Securities. ........
F6Cderal Agency Securities. .......
Obligations of States and Pol. Sub. ...
Other Securities ... .. .. .
Funds Sold ......... .....
Loans .
Bank Premises and Equipment. . ... .. .. .
Customers' Acceptance Liability .. .. . .
Other Assets . . . . . . .
Total Assets ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .
Liabilities and Capital
Demand Deposits .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .
Savings and Time Deposits. .. ... .. . ... .
Funds Borrowed.............
Acceptances Outstanding ................
Other Liabilities .
Reserve for Possible Loan' Losses. ::::::
4V2 % Capital Notes due 1989. .....
Capital Stock .......... ....
Sur lus .......... ......~
Un W~ided Profits .......... ...
Total Liabilities and Capital . .. .. ..


$1,031,884
532,651
356,067
333,624
675,088
87,626
9,225
5,461,172
113,055
46,872
277,407
$8,924,671

$2,455,680
4,958,770
636,596
46,872
252,754
87,562
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93,010
260,665
82,762
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~zR~Appointments at British-American a


The HOME Insurance Company
Assets $1.2 Billion


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D.C Mr. Knowles and his wife,
Carlyn, and children reside in
imperial Park.
Mr. Cartwright joined
British-American on November
4, 1968 as a life underwriter at
the Bluehill District, Wulff
Road. He has consistently won
the right to attend every
British-American convention as


Assets $70 Million



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ANNOUNCES THAT BY ARRANGEMENT


'he HOME Insurance Company
Wil/be assumhi~g its Portfolio
Orf BUSl/1988 at Rene WB/


TWO Bahamian life
und< writers have been
appointed district staff
Managers in the Bahamas by
British-American Co., Ltd. The
announcement was made from
the insurance company's
corporate office.
Mr. Randolph L. Knowles of
the Bluehill District, Wulff
erad ra aapp nted stt f
effective March 5.
I bit caa as nth orp g$ l
appointed staff manager in
charge of staff 2, at the
Ro binson Road branch.
Effective from Apni 2icr f
"'"'tihAnun canM aid ahtawit M
naad "bogh annc bue own wa
the betterment of the Life
Insurance Industry in the
Maamas. K
Briti h-Amer wle as a de it
rburac on Apri 30, 1 62. Ov
the years he has attended many
of the company conventions
and has also won the national
sales achievement award given
by the National Association of
Life Underwriters, Washington


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a company "giant" since his
employment. In 1970 Mr.
Cartwright won an award most
coveted by life underwriters.
Hie was named agent of the
year for the Caribbean
Division. This is the highest
award that can be won. He is
also a four time winner of the
national sales achievement


is p rrse tt O RRBORcee
of its branch office under the management of
r. Tony Lancaster


the Opening


y through Saturday
owleg, one of the com -
's most outstanding
esentatives for six years
Mrs Deleveauxi for o~ne
annpeted allnu t
npen' 1 uand
rds. thus winning the
aIrdfr their
:vements, a com~lpany
se said
wleg and Mrs. Deleveaux
represent the Bahtamnas
ation at this convention


A parTt of' the programmne
will include an evening at
I)rury Lane 'Theatre to see.
"(;cne With The Wind, a
lollr of Windsor Castle and
Ilanpiltonr Court, lunch at
~hakcple leareuc ghfhey wal
andi the Hfouses of
I'arliarnenlt. They will return
to VNissau onl Saturday
P'hoto~graphed abocve are~ Mr
Bow~leg and Mrs. Deleveaux
withi manager C'urt Tireco
district manager (centret)


By arrangement with National Employer's Matual
The HOME Insurance Company
will be assuming their Portfolio of Business at Renewal.


BRANCH OFFICE


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


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8 QlhP rbt Wednesday, March 21, 1973


~rcc-sl"II evada Governor meets Huthes in London,but reluctant to talk


CARSON CITY, NEV. (AP)
Nevada Gov. Mike
O'Callaghan said today he met
with recluse billionaire Howard
Hughes in a London, England,
hotel room over thei weekend
to discuss Hughes Nevada
gaming empire.
O't allaghan said Hughes,
who left Nevada on
Thanksgiving 1970 gave "every


casinos in the state or about
5102 million out of a total
$731.1 million in 19; !.
When Hughes left Nevada in
1970, there were Sl72 million
in lawsuits pending against him
and Hughes Tool Co.
A year ago the state gaming
commission refused to approve
atop-level change in the
Hugrhes organization.


BROCCOLI and
cauliflower make their
appearance eat teoelxchkange

lettuce, pigeon peas, lots of
tomatoes, cabbage and beets.
There are sweet potatoes
and yams, eddoes, coconuts
and thyme.

a 400 degree oven until the
butter is bubbly and the ham
slightly browned
F ry six slices of trimmed
bread in butter until goldei.
Place in a baking dish. Cut
slices of Swiss cheese to the
bread size and place on top of
the bread. Top with stalks of
cockede boccolisand pour on a
little~ ~~~~ ce sue ihl
brown the sauce in a 375
degree oven.
m aute cupndof copped
teaspoon chopped onion in
four tablespoons butter until
tender. Remove with a slotted
spoon and drain on paper
towels. Add two tablespoons
flour to the remaining butter in
the pan and stir until blended,
Add a cup of milk and stir
until the sauce is thick. Stir in
salt and pepper to taste.
Sprinkle with a quarter cup
chopped parsley. Place coarsely
chopped cooked broccoli in a
baking dish. Add a cup of
cooked peas and the
mushrooms. Pour on the sauce
and sprinkle with Parmesan
cheese. Bake at 450 degrees for
half an hour.
DOUBLE SERVICE
Broccoli can do double
service here. Use the stalks in
this recipe and sae the flower
heads for another use. Veil the
stalks and cut them into thin
diagonal slices. Cook in boiling

Dri an cobine iri sal a
cup melted butter and a
tablespoopeso sauce.l t~re s

tomatoes heated in a little
butter.
Try broccoli in ramekins.
Cook a bunch of broccoli until
tender. Slice the stalks thinly
and chop the flowers into little
bits. Place the broccoli in six
ramekins and sprinkle with
mixed grated P'armesan cheese
and fnely c opped almonds.
Beat a dozen eggs with a little
and neboer until frothy. Pour


thoccol inn tueraeins as
sprinkle on more cheese and
nut mixture. Bake at 375 for
10 minutes or until the egg has

selroccoli also does well as a
salad. Try this salad ring. Chop
finely two bunches of cooked
broccoli and combine with half
acup mayonnaise, two
tablespoons lemon juice, a
teaspoon each of tabasco and
salt and three chopped hard
boiled eggs. Soften two
tablespoons gelatin in half a
cup cold consomme and add to
three-quarters cup hot
comsomme to dissolve the
gelatin. Let is cool. Pour half a
cup of the consomme and
gelatin into an oiled ring mold
and let it set. Add the rest of
the consomme to the broccoli
mixture and pour this into the
mold. Chill until firm and
unmold on a platter. Garnish
with greens and hard cooked

tream of broccoli soup is
made easily with the help of a
blender. Saute a chopped green
pepper and a chopped onion in
a quarter cup of butter until
the onion is transparent. Add
three cups finely chopped
broccoli and three-quarters eup
of water. Cover and cook over
low heat until the broccoli is
tender, Put the mixture in the
blender and blend until
smooth. Add a cup of light
cream and milk to thin the
souip. Add one and a half
teaspoons curry power, said
and pepper to taste.
TIDES
Iligh 9:17 a.m. and 9:37
p.m
Low 3:09 a.m. and 3: 13
p.m.
SUN
Rises 6: 18 a.m.
Sets 6:20 p.m.
MOON
Rises 9:04 p.m.

C OSS Ca EER
OVER LOVE
MILAN, ITALY (AP) When
ecres 08rstn G miroctuomapePP
in her see-through underwear in a
play, director I nzo Tarasclo walked
to the stage and said: "I will read
1e lins Sh .is having a fight with
Th1e boyfriend, it turned out, was
jealous anddid not want the shapely
24l-year-old actress to appear In the
see-through outfit. "He is no longer
my boyfriend," the actress said
later and chose career over love.


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of who was telling who what to
do."
O'Callaghan said he flew
from Las Vegas, Nev., by
commercial jet Friday and
returned to Nevada late
Saturday.
Accompanying the governor
was Phil Hannifin, chairman of
the Nevada Gaming Control
Board.


indication that he hopes to
return to Nevada," said
O'Callaghan. "He likes the
state."
O'Callaghan declined to
discuss Hughes' personal
appearance term in &
speculation over the
billionaire's physical condition
a "game." But he said "there
was no doubt in that meetinS


O'Callaghan said the meeting
had been urged by him in order
"to determine Hiughes' future
corporate plans which will
affect Nevada."
Hu~ghes owns seven casinos
in Nevada, including six in Las
Vegas and one in Reno.
Together, the casinos pull in
some 14 per cent of the entire
gaming revenue take of all


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are available sometimes
IF YOU KEEP TABS ON TTE POTTER'S CAY PRODUCE EXCHANGE' you are bound to run
into two of the most honoured of winter vegetables in the Bahamas broccoli and cauliflower.
They are not at the exchange everyday but now and then, watchfulness is rewarded.


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below t th nsdame boaulin e
family along with such other
favourites as cabbage, collards.
kale and kohl-rabi. This week,
we deal withitnoccoltican r e

other than just boiled.
The proper way to cook
broccoli is to stand the stalks
up like asparagus. Discard the
coarse outer leaves and trim
the stalks of the stringy skin
Soak in cold salted water for
half an hour. Half fill a tall pan
with boiling salted water and
place the broccoli in an upright
position. Cover and steam for
10 minutes until tender.
Broccoli can be frozen for
later use. Soak the brc~ccoli in
cold salted water for half an
hour. Trim the stalks and cut
in half. Blanch the broccoli in
boiling salted water for a
minute or so. Drain and let
cool. Place in conveniently
sized freezer bags and freeze.
To serve, ook in boiling water

Brocl 1a be dr ssd u
easily oyad iang a eauce s mpl
or elaborate
Lemon butter is an easy one.
Melt half a cup of butter in a
small saucepan and add the
juice of a lemon, salt and
Pepper to taste. Pour over
aboked broccoli stalks and
Ppinkle with chopped parsley.
SAU:E
A more elaborate sauce is
made with sauterne and herbs.
Cdknbine two egg yolks in the
top of a double boiler over hot
water with a quarter cup of
sauterne, two tablespoons light
cream and a tablespoon
tarragon vinegar. Beat with a
whisk until the sauce begins to
thticksen. Bit by bit, whisk in
rtablespoons butter. Add a
artery teaspoon each
t~rmint, thyme and
sweet basil, all chopped finely.
Cook two minutes longer and
pour over cooked broccoli

stOkrsmix finely chopped ham
and grated Parmesan cheese
and sprinkle over the cooked

brea suce my b da cu of
;Here are a few casserole
diphes. Cook a large bunch of
bfpoccoli candp n sernl iha

t~ee tablespoons olive oil and
slip and pepper. Wrap cact,
stalk in thinly sliced ham and
arrange in a baking dish. Coat


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Coordinate your watches
DEAR CAP: Compromise and at far alarm for 3 a. m.
Or else when yee're home for lameb, treat me Mds b leach
eat, and treat yourself to leach at home*
DEAR ABBY: I am 18 yars old and have a 4.
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and now we want to get married.
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gdag to anyway.
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? UNDECIDED
DEAR UNDECIDED: You've told me what year meth-
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MM M. M have a Man manual in-
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ad retired puple am their tamsI And I for one am
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ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in the Eastern
District of tim lqjand of New Prqvidence being Lot Number
Thru hundred and Fifty-two (Lot No. 352) of Pyfrom Sub-
division Phase II boundedon the North partly by Lot Number
Thru hundred and Forty-eight (Lot No. 348) of the said
Subdivision and partly by Lot Numtar Thra hundred and
Forty-nine ( Let No. 34P ) of the seld Subdivision and running
tiereon jointly FIfty (M) feet on the East by Let Number
Three hundred and Fifty-one (Lot No. 351) of the said Sub-
division and running thereon Sixty and Forty-three hun-
dreaths (@.43) feet on the South by Edward Avenue and
ruming thereon Fifty-thrm and Elghty-em hundredths
(53.81) feet and on the West by Let Numipr Thru hundred
and Fifty-three (Lot No. 353) of the said Subdivision and
running threon Eighty-five and Thirty-three hundredths
(85.33) fat.
Mortgage dated 26th Septemtar 1966, Ivy Alberthe Clarke
to laternational Bank and Trust Co. (Nessed Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 1032 pages 122-128.
Timsale is subject to a reserve price and to Me right for the
Auctioner or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March 1973.



1) ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land having th Number
Nine (9) in Block Number Five (5) of a Subdivision laid out in
th Western District of the Island of New Providence known
as "Millar" M*fghts" a plan of which Subdivision has beer,
prepared by Norman F. Aranha & Assoclain dated 9th of
June 198 (and flied in th Registered Office of Isle of Jun
Limited in the City.ef Nassau) which plan is known as "The
Sale Plan" which seld lot of land is bounded Northwardly by
Let Number Seven (7) in the said Block th property of
Owendelyn Finlayson and running thereon Ninety-nine and
Righty-five (99.85) fat Eastwardly by Let Number Tel (10)
in the said Block th property of James Rispsh Lowe and
running thereon Seventy-five (75) fat Southwardly by High
Street and Westwardly by West Avene which said piece
parcel or let of land has such number position bounderles
shage marks and dimessions as are shown on its said Plan.
2) THA Place lot of I havMy Me ber
as shown we ite Sale Plan and bounded Northwardly by High
$West Eastwardly by Centre Drive Southwardly by Let
Number Four (4) in the said Block the property of Prince A.
Let Number ( W ( and
he feet which said piece cel let has
Atomimr palties betwederie shape marks and dienwasions as
are shut on its seld Plan
$) ALL THAT piece parcel or let land having the Number Orw
(1) la Block Ninether Elghteen (18) In the said Subdivision as
slown en the Sale Plan and bounded Northwardly by Regent
Strat Retwardly by let Number Two (2) in th said Block


the property of Willa Mae Saunders and running thereon
Seventy-five (75) feet Southwardly by Lot Number Three (3)
In the said Block the property of Kenrick Murray and run-
nkfg thereon One hundred (100) feet and Westwardly by
Centre Drive which seld piece parcel or lot of land has such
number position boundaries shape marks and dimensions as
are shown on the said Plan.
4) ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being Let Number
Twenty-six (26) in Block Number Four (4) on the said plan of
the Subdivision known as Regacy Park and bounded
Eastwardly by Lot Number Twenty-five (25) In tim said
Block Numtar Four (4) on timseld plan and running thereon
Fifty-five (55) feet Southwestwardly in an arc along a Road
for a distance of Thirty-on and Forty-orm hundredths (31.41)
fat Westwardly by a Road Thirty (30) ful wide and ruling
threon Fifty-four and Two hundredths (54.02) feet Nor.
thwestwardly in an arc along the said Road Thirty (30) feet
wide for e41siance of Thirty-om and Forty-two hundredths
(31.42) fat and NORTHWARDLY by a itoed Thirty (30) feet
wide and running thereon Fifty (Z) fat the said piece parcel
or lot of land having such position bounderia shape marks
and dimensions as are shown on tim said plan.
Mortgage dated 9th March 19@, David Jacob Strachan to
National Bank of the Behamas Limlied.
Recorded in Volume 970 pages 19-24.
The sale is subject is a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctlesar or any person on his itself to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March 1973.


ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in He Eastern
District of We Island of New Providence being Let Number
Thirty-seven (37) of Pyfrom Estates Subdivision bounded on
the NORTH partly by Let Numtar Seventeen (17) of the seld
Pyfrom Estates Subdivision and running thereon Fifty and
Seventy-nine hundredths (50.79) feet and partly by Let
Numtar Sixteen (16) of tim salt Pyfrom Estein Subdivision
and running thereon Thirty-nine and Seventy-nine hun-
ful the E T by Mr IrtY

SOU BE v I knu (M Zu own
Estain Sub-division and running theresh Sixty-nism and
Nirsty-four (49.94) feet on the WEST by HNiside Estata
bSubt v slan theran Ninety-thra and Sixty-four
Mortgage dated 28th April 1966, Clewland G. Cartwright to
National Bank of the Behames Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 100S page 179-184.
Tim sel* Is subject to a reerve price ad to the right for the
Auctioner or any person on his Whelf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on Completion.
Dated 8th day of March 1913.


ALL THAT Iot of land having the Numtar Sixty-eight (68) on
a plan of the subdivision called and known as Pinedale which
seld subdivision is situate on the SOUTH SIDE OF Wulff
Road in the Eastern District of the aforesaid Island of New
Proydence the said lot of land is bounded on th NORTH by
Lot Numtar Sixtyseven (67) on the said plan and running
ttereon One hundred and Thirty feet and Seventy hundredths
of a foot (130.70) on the EAST by land of Joseph Chase and
others and running thereon Fifty (W) fat on the SOUTH by
Lot Number Sixty-Nine (49) on the said plan and running
thereon One hundred and Thirty-four feet and Five tenths
of a foot (134.5) and on the WEST by a Road Reservation
Thirty (30) feet wide and running thereon Fifty (50) feet.
Mortgage dated 9th February 1966, Reginald Thedore
Mackey to National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 970 pages 13-18.
The sale is subled to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on his itself to bid up to that price.
Teams: 10 per cent of thepurchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March A.D. 1973.



ALL THAT piece parcel lot of land being a part of a lot of land
situate to the East of Mackey Strat South in the Eastern
District of the said Island of New Providence which said
piece or parcel of land is bounded on tim South by a reser-
vation for a road wight (8) fat wide leading East from
Mackey Street Sotth and running thereon Orm hundred (100)
feet on the West by land the property of Blanche Mortimer
and running tiereon forty-six (46) feet on the North by land
the property of the Estate of th Jouph O'Nopre Johnson and
running throon One hundred (100) fat and on the East by
land the property of Albert Thomas Clarke and running
thereon forty-six (46) fat.
Mortgage dated 28th April 1965, Shervin Larode to National
Bank of Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 866 pages 193-197
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioner or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price
m 1 cent purchase price at time of sale and
Dated oth day of March 1973.



ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate on th
SOUTHERN side of MIIton Stret in th n District of
the said Island of New Providence bounded on the
NORTH by tim said MINon Stret and running timreon Orm
hundred (100) feet on the EAST by land now or formerly the
property of one Ettel Davis and running thren Or@ hun-
dred (100) fat on th SOUTH by land now or fornwrly the
property of one Jeeph Devoux and running thereon One


hundred (100) feet and on the WEST by land now or formerly
the property of on Thomas A. Pedican and running thereon
One hundred (100) feet.
Mortgage dated 30th August 1972, Harry Smith and Weavis
Smith to Nassau Bank & Trust Co. Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 1989 pages 46-44.
Timsele is subject to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctioneror any person on his behalf to bid qp to that price.
Terms:10 per cent of He purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March, 1973.



ALL THAT Iot of land situate on tim Southern Side of Cam.
bridge Strut in the Western District of the Island of New
Providence aforeseld and bounded on th NORTH by
Cambridge Stralon the EAST by land the property of David
Solomon gn the SOUTH by land the property of Ethelyn and
Virginia Braithwalie and on the WEST by land the property
of Noran Sands.
Mortgage dated 7th Decemtar 1966, Leonl* Cummings to
National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Volume 1101 pages 179-184.
Tim sale is subject to a reserve price and to the right for the
Auctiorer or any person on his Whalf to bid up to that price.
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated 8th day of March 1973.



ALL THAT Iot of land situate in th Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence being designated by the No. 99 In
the Sub-division known as "HIGHBURY PARK ESTATE" a
plan of which said Sub-division is attached to an indenture
dated th 13th day of August 1940 and made Intwan Emily
Limited of th orm part and Camiliar Ltd.ef the other part and
now of record in the Registryof Records in Nassau, Volunw
aTH TM MIFd rbt Nortward
w d e. M onu q Id run can
feet Southwardly by a part of 1.0) 101 on the id
running thereonafeet Southwestwardly be prf of 4
97ba theMmid lantendF WnestwaF"My by Lot No. 98 on tim seM
Mortgage Ated 20th Octoter 1965, Altamond B. Gray to
National Bank of the Bahamas .
Recorded in Volume 921 pages 293-298.
The sale is subject to a reerve price and to the right for the
Auctionerbr any person on his behalf to bid up to that price
Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated ath day of March 1973.


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PUBLICITY

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on the waterfront at East
Bay & William Streets.
TELEPHONE 5-4641
Open daily until 6 p.m.arnd on Sunday afternoons from 2 5
(especially for those family groups!)


"NASSAU'S FRESHEST CHICKEN"


WHOLESALE E

ONLY e

LOCATED ON GLADSTONE ROAD
174 miles south of John F. Kennedy Drive

HOURS OF BUSINESS:
MON. thru FRI. 8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
SATURDAYS 8:30 A.M. -1i2NOON
PHONE 3-4849/3-4895 P. O. N4922/NASSAU


York-London scheduled round
trip fare would be $332 in the
peak season and $2SS in the
winter season.


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SUGGESTED FOR M
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Reservations not claim
on first come, fit


I Now thru Friday
Matinee Starts at 2: 15

"TH GInL WH KNEW
Adam West
Nancy Kwan
PLUS
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Jill Haworth

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On March 22, Out Island Airways introduces
super- et service daily from Nassau and Freeport to Miami. With lower
rates than any other airhine. Just $38 from Nassau and $32 from
Freeport, one day, round-trip fare.

It s Out Island Airways` way of expressing its confidence in the future
growth of the Bahamas. Providing the truly Bahamion service expected
of a future independent nation.

Beautiful Behamion stewardesses to serve you...compbimentory rum
punches to entice you...million mile captains to fly you...ond a schedule
designed just for Bahamians. You can arrive early in Miami and return
before dinner. Or spend the evening shopping or dining there! and still
be back that same night.

You II be flying the BAC-111, the world s most reliable short boul aircraft.
With wider aisles and fewer seats so you can stretch out in comfort.
Aboard the Bahamos~ own airline.

Remember, OlA super jet service to Miami begins March 22. So call your
travel agent or Out Island Airways for reservations now. 7-8222.




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The joint meeting was held
in Nassau from February 26 to
28. This was the sixth meetinS
of the two Associations to
discuss com gn problems and
matters of josist interest in a
series of meetings. Previous
meetings were held in
Barbados, Trinidad, Montreal,
Jamaica and Antigua. The
discussions were on matters
ea ting oothe production and

discume at the coint mec i
were.
joThee need fbor ta renewal of
distillers and the West Indian
distillers and their
Governments to achieve an
early re-introduction of the Bill
to eliminate the import of 50
cents (Can.) per proof gallon
on rum exported from
developing countries, as part of
Canada's offer for General
Preferential Tariff, as originally
introduced in the Budget
Resolution of May, 1972.
The need for co-ordination
of activity and a joint approach
to the problem of the high cost
of freight and containerized
shipments of bulk rum
presently exported from the
Commonwealth Caribbean to
Canada.
The recently enacted
Canadian Packaging and
Labelling Act, in relation to its
effectt on the labelling of rum
ind proposed regulations
Metrication and its effect on
the packaging of rum.
Anti-pollution measures and
legislation and their effect on
distillers. The effect in
distilleries of anti-pollution
measures and legislation.
It was planned that the next
joint meeting in the series
should be held in Tobago, early
in 1974.
Representing the

UNPRECEDENTED ECONOMIC
LEVEL REACHED IN P.R.

SAN J rAN, P.R. (AP) Puerto
etionoi en a at h oun ad 19l
the island's leading bank disclosed
today in reporting statistics for the
past year. Thanks to healthy
increases in the island's two main
t du tries "Pueranuf cturing pand
product reached 6,174 million
dollars, an increase of 12.2 percent,
one of the highest achieved in
rcnt yea s,' the Banc Popular
increased 7.2 percent, Indicating
ca ph abislan hhas rache delielf
countries," the bank added.rpot
non-resident hotel registrations
jumped 27 percent to 688,500.
epseintruss i creasirenttheir

244835 moe thn unp6 0 abo
the number of those leaving Puerto
Rico. Banco Popular said the
workers payroll increased 10.2
percent over 1971 'and 8,100 new
jobs were created' while hourly
new go d h tn IIi It aiy
continued to suffer setbacks,
particularly in the sugar industry,
which is now largely in the hands of
t Puhart Ricarn gve nm nt. *The
should be around 250,000 tons,"
the report said.











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Box 4027, Centrov II*, Nassu.


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following members:
O. Pelaez, Bahamas,
Rt. towaros, Guyana, Mv. H.
Akeroyd, Guyana, C. A.
Bloomfield, Jamaica, B. E.
Latibeaudiere, Jamaica, K.
McDonald, Jamaica, T. A.
Gatcliffe, Trinidad, M. A
Walcott, W.I.R.S.P.A., Mr
Hibbins, Guyana, K. A. V.
c mpe Babd s, C.B
annet Barbadosa D A
Blackman Gyn, A.A
Mitford, Guyana, R. F
BurmanoObserver (En lan )
Trinidad, P. K. Hfenderson,
Trinidad, R. Llanos, Trinidad,
R. Norris, S.E.C. W.I.R.S.P.A-
The Association of Canadian
Distillers were represented
by:
G. R. Herington, president,
A.C.D., A. F. Lambrecht,
chairman n, Tech nical
Committee A.C.D. (Canadian
Schenig Diotillers)
A. Bacardi, F. B. M-
Distillery, G. A. Beaudoin,
Executive Sec. A.C.D., Hi. W.
Howlett, Corby Dist. Ltd. G.
Jellinek, House of Seagram, J.
G. Melchers Dist. Ltd., B.
Marks, H. J. McGinnes, N.
Penny, Gilbey Ltd., G.
Anderson Alberta Dist. Ltd.,
R. H. Brown Hiram Walker &
Son Ltd., P. J. G. Kidd, Hiram
Walker & Son, Ltd.
Also attending the meeting
were the following Canadian
Government representatives.
Mr. N. Leigh, Assistant
Deputy Minister Customs &
Excise Duty Division
Department of National
Revenue; Mr. A. Bell, Director,
Excise Duty Division,
Department of National
Revenue; and Mr. T. Bohen,
let Secretary, Canadian High
Commission's Office, Kingston.
Jamaica.


DURING ONE OF THE RECEPTIONS a picture of a group, from left to right; Mr. G.
Beaudoin, Secretary ACD, Mr. A. Lamnbrecht, ACD, Mr. Bamrett, Permanent Soc. of
External Affairs, Mrs. Lambrecht, Mr. R. Wood, Financial Soc. of Ministry of Finance,
Mrs. Petaez, Mrs. Herington, Mr. R. Lowe, Under-Sec. of Ministry of Finance, Mr.
Herington, Pres. of ACD and Mr. O. Pelaez, Chairman of Bahamas Distillers Association.

I. AtlHatiC Sir 8flrS 10 g0 up percent .


WASH~ING;TON (AP), The
Civil Aeronauties Board
Tuesday suspended reduced
tran alanti naesp tnt seven
into effect April I o~n routes to
the United States.
But even before the
suspension the international
Air Transport Association, to
which major U!.S. and foreign
airlines belong, had agreed
upnA hmti fare nrepl ases
proposed lower rates.
'The twin developments
provided virtual assurance that
transatlantic fares this summer
will rise somewhat, and that
the highly touted cut-rate
excursion fares will not be
available.
IATA member airlines,
meeting at Wembley, England,
over the weekend, agreed that
in order to compensate for
devaluation of the dollar North
Atlantic fares to the United
States and Canada would be
increased an average of 6 per
cent on April I5, and would
remain at that level throughout
1973.
The CAB served notice on
IATA Feb. 27, when it
suspended reduced North
Atlantic fare proposals of four
European airlines, that it
would not accept the
controversial 22-to-45 day
--round trip excursion fares.
They have been as low as $313
in the peak summer months,
and $240 in the off season.


between New York and,
Lonaoon.
Under the new agreement,
the cheapest Ne w


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AMONG SUBJECTS discussd by the Asaociation of Canadian
Distiller and the West Indies Ram and Spirits Producers'
Association was the need to eliminate the import duty of 50
cents (Csan) per proof gallon on rum exported from developing
) countries.


Our Parts and Service Departments will be
closed for inventory from Monday, March 26th
through Saturday, March 31st.

Sales Department, Service Station and business
offices will be open usual hours.





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C7257

OPE RATII NSD UDS RTER AR
Should mo efullym cn ersard

Laundry and Dry Ceaningeand


knw de nd recenbunDr
techniques. Must have at least

Manager inLa pericand Dr
Cleaning.
(1) MANAGER GOLF SHOP:
Should be able to buy
merchandise and have a full
knowledge in all aspects in
Men's and Women's wholesale
and retail clothing business.
Should have at least five years
experience in the retail
clothing business.
(1) LEAN-UP-MAN: To make
bineein p ptesarN epaenie d
needed.

(1) LAUNDRY TRUCK
DRIVER: To pickup and
deliver to the Valet Shop and
the aArdcad Store, also opaick
table linen to Restaurants and

Hrvr' i ence Wokng hourd
6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.




possess a valid driver's licence.
Must be willing to work
week-ends and holidays.

ast M SON: tio b ild bloaksd
concrete laing. Should have at

experience as Mason.

(1) BOILERMAN: Maintain
Boilers and Water Sof taners.
Should have knowledge of Air
Handling units and pumps, at
least two years experience in
soilr Room.

(2)WAITRESS: To work on
shift basis, must be able to read
and write well. Should also be
neat in appearance at all times.
Experienced applicant
referred.
(1) EiUSGIRL: To work on
shift basis, must be able to
understand.i ustcountneata dn
appearance at all times. No
experience necessary.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. and 12
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, Personnel


TODHUN IR MITCHELkL a

Operate orWe eonucsee iKepr
business.
Fr api tment call Freeport


Sorte and Walshman required
with minimum of one year's
experience and fuill knowledge
of commerciaal-tie r asehning

& Laundry, Box F-822,
Freeport.
C7239
THRaeE LABOURERS- Must
grounds area, or do any other
typ of labour job.
in rested persons apply to:
THE GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL &COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST END, GR AND
BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.


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FOR SALE
EASTERN WATERFRONT.
Bay croft one bedroom
Jap ment, large livi balco y

855020 firm, fully furnished.


SHEE ICE TEEL RI A
required immediately by local
Caterpifiar Dealer, BAHTRAC.
Age 25 and up, including 3-5
years experience in repair of 3
phase generators, control
panels, automatic transfer
switches and related electrical
components. Also required'
service mechanic or technician
with experience related to
Earthmoving Equipment.
Fringe benefits enjoyed by all
epp yes DFYr S dointment
M anaeror N suto rel phone
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.


TESUrREurC mm ECACH
Chef who will be responsible
for the quality and production
of three kitchens and mnenu
co-ordination between three



scheduling. Minimum of five
years experience in
International cuisine and murst

Tesu.rrdeasur GaAao
3229Limited. P. O. Rox


C9211
1970$8MOOR Se 5 3 Like

C9209
1972 TOYOTA 1000 in
excellent condition. Price
$2,000 or nearest offer. Call
42050 aft0r 6:3 SAL,



C9208

ORGAN
Hammtond Sp net, whit~e7 8800


1 CONVERTIBLE couch
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 2017b. trunk food freezer.
-al 79.
C9210
1 6 yard Dump Truck. Like
new.
1 1d cagd codnconcrete mixer.
Call 22098.
C9237
WE ARE the largest used
furniture dealers in the
Bahamas. We buy 'and sell
anything. We also finance. Fox
Brothers Furniture Dowdeswell
Street (formerly BESCO
Building) Telephone 28012.
C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc,
Gwnenn Hpavn Island oon. Call


CONTACT LYMLANG PlINOEI'
OR JACK CASH
PHO3N : 2 337795. 2-3796.
Airoort 77434

C9206
HOUSE PLANS
L awn rto s eif nations,

Evangelos Zervos
Telephone 22633
Between 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m.




Lowe 5-8213, or 5-1772
WORLD OF MUSIC, Dewgard
Plaza.


CRORAWNINWNIANGSD

SohUTST G orge E o.SLtd '
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.
C9032
DO YOU HAVE AN idea for
making money. We have the
money -- send full details to:
' DEA"s Box 6104, Nassau,

C8958
TROUBLES ...small or I rg
cal The Plu~mberB LnWheels:-

P. O. Box N56
Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.


C9176
AVAILABLE April Ist -
airconditioned, fully furnished
1 bedroom apartment,
including T.V. and telephone -
Brlo~o yn Avenue. Phone


C981E ROOM 2 bath furnished
aicniine 58 uie. Phone

C9184
BASICALLY FURNISHED 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom
airconditioned) 1 bath,
kitch n, living and din ngn ar

Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865.

BAS ALLY FURNISHED 1
bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen,
living and dining area.
Montrose Avenue. Telephone
2-1722-5 and 2-3865.
C9207
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.
C8959
IN TOWN furnished rooms
Efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C9236
CITY WAREHOUSE approx.
30 x 60. Attractive monthly
rental. Call Leslie Fox at
28012 31295. No lease
required.
C9049
OFFICE SPACE: Roberts
Building, East Street just: o-ff
Bay.
120 sq. ft. $90.00 per
month.
270 sq. ft. -- $135.00 per
month
360 sq. ft. -- $180 per month
975 sq. ft. $ 400.00 per
month
AIRCONDITIQNING INCLUDE
ED.
OFFICE & STORE SPACE.
Out island Traders Ltd.
Shopping Centre, opposite the
Potters Cay docks. An ideal
location is available for a
take-out restaurant equipment
already installed. Oly
$308.33 per month. Store and
office space available for as
little as $277.00 per month
UN FURNIS:-Ic
APARTMENTS OAKES
FIELD $140.00 per month
OFFICE SPACE OAKES
FELD 868 sq. ft. -- $290.00

APARTMENTS OUT EAST
0 OFFERED FULLY
FURNI 5HED OR
BASICALLY FURNISHED:
$265.00 and $230.00
respectively per month.
Airconditioning and swimming

p phone: BERT L.
ROBERTS LTD., 23177. Bert


C9214
BANK LIAISON OFFICER to
assu me responsibility f or
analysis of loan portfolio and
liaise with various U.S. Banks
under lines of credit, supply
essential inforsao rnd deadl

Would prefer college or
university graduate majoring in
International Banking but
would also consider applicants
with approximately five years
experience with International
Financial Organization three
years of which should be at
senior level. Please send resume
to Person Ik D partmr otra T

Limited, P. O. Box N-3229
Nassau. '
C9212
Esso Standard Oil S. A
Limited has a vacancy for a
Graduate En ine to wk i
te Bahamais. A licat nmus


last thneeit rs pr cia

Energetic, keen men willing to
make a career with Esso should
apply in writing stating their
qualifications to the Manager,
P. O. Boxs e-27 e'assu, N
Bahamians now working
overseas who would be
iteres ed in retu nig home t

to their attention. igbogt
C9213
A U-T OMOT IV E &
INDUSTRIAL ofDISTRIBUt-

Bahamas, require, an Acceounts
Clerk, with 3 years ex erience
Applicant must have a o
bookkeeping knowledge ut
be able to do gecmu t
payables, customs b ok age
and must have some secretary I
knowledge. Interested persons
call Giles Newbold at 2-5071
erwrite t hP. O. Box F-408,
Freport Bamas.
C9216
WANTED Pilot to train for
E18 Twin Beech aircraft. Must
have commercial, multi-engine
and instrument ratings. Ideally
400 hours total time required
peeaNBaywhw ln onoursneed
apply to Ervin KnoOes
Construction Co. Ltd., P. O
Box N7772, Nassau.


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TODAY'S j~j ij jJj
1966 PLYMOUTH
FURY $e40f)
Also available
1972 VAUXHALL
FIRENZA, automatic $2000
1972 CHEVY MALIBU
Air, Radio $4450
1969 CHEVY CAMARO,
A good buy $1950
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARACUDA $30

good condition $2750
1 966 CHEVY CAPRICE,
family size car $800
1968 FORD CORTINA,
good buy $300
1967PONTIAC
LAURENTINA S/W.
191 dF R CAPRI, $0,
good buy $1800
1973 DODGE POLARA S/W
raffle car $5500
1971 DODGE AVENGER,
good saving $1450
1 970 FOOD MUSTANG,
sports car $1500
1970 ACADIAN
automatic $1800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
stick shift $1750
1971 SINGER VOGUE,
specially priced $1500
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
like new $2200
1969 RAMBLER,
good buy $850
Financing Available
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711
C9191
1968 OLD Cutlass Supreme, 4
speed standard, wide oval
tyres, red with black vinyl top.
E cellen~t Rodtion $31900e"
standard, just like new
$2000.00 1971 PINTO,
yellow, very good condition.
All must sell. Phone 2-8015'
from 9 a.m. to 5 o.m


C9221
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
required for Resort
Development Company,
knowledge of German
preferred. Please call 21841 for
appointment-

C9139
WANTED for hourly work as
Farmer/Gardener. Apply in
person to S. Roberts, Montrose
Avenue and Winchester Street.

C9231
MUSICIANS WANTED!
Pianist and Guitarist. Must be
able to sing. Interview daily
1:00 p.m. Flagler Inn.

TRAIDE SERVICES


FOR REIT
C7249
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath Duplex
80 .00o CATVwen lude rag,
CATV i cld $150.00
Fepor 3216.

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

HELP VmgitIIII
C7255
CAR GO S UPE RV ISOR
REQ UIRED FOR
Al RF RE EIGHT OFFICE.
MUST HAVE 3 YEARS.

EA EECT EOE AIROFREIGAHLTL
SHOULD HAVE GCE 'Of
LEV ELS.
APPLY IN WRITING TO:
THE PRESIDENT, E. H.
MUNDY & CO. (BAHAMAS)
LTD., P. O. BOX F-2492
FREEPORT '
C7237
AIR CANADA requires an
Aircraft Mechanic. Applicant
must have previous experience
in maintenance DC8 and DC9
aircraft, however, applicants
with 707-727-BAC111 -
VC10 experience would be
considered. Successful
applicant will be required to
undergo training in Canada.
Bahamians only.
Apply in writing enclosing any
Certificates to: District
Manager, Air Canada, P. O.
Box F-391, Freeport, Bahamas.


IIELP WANTED
67232
JOB OPPORTUNITY
R quireds by anAssoit ofi

PO SIla ON : Fina nc ia I
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.
nstbvb hs aid nkip rcroirds
Co-ordinates flow of funds,
administers loan agreements.
performs cost accounting and
assists in various complex
accounting matter s.
Co-ordinats supply, sales and
accounting for all marketing
operations cneertnbesmaa n
aviation fuels.
EXPERIENCE: Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting with
emphasis on financial and cost
accounting. Petroleum
accounting experience is highly
desirable.
ONLY BAHAMIANS 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,
FREEPOR T. GRAND
BAHAMA.


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C9148
1 FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment -- Montrose Avenue
Phone 21731 3-1583.
C9230

AAL D LE.dMa be r nted a

s~teones 2A~mpe parking.
Telehone231.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C9232
LUXURY LIVING!
Two storey, two bedroom, two
bath HOUSEBOAT w/sundeck.
Furnished March '73. Owner
leaving, price dropped 50%.
Can be seen Nassau Harbour
Club. Phone 5-7937.

CAR1S FOR SALE
C9238
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY

1970 FORD EOSCOD.T
Blue Std. 4 Dr. $995
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
A/C Bucket Seats Gold. $4950
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA

B ue9 $1600
2000 S/WTAOto $850
1970 VIVA Auto.
Green 4 Dr. $995

Au oati Wh te $2600

A/C $2950
1970 PONTIAC PA RISIENNE
4 Dr. Sedan

17e2 POTIAC VENTUR200

R96 HOL MAN 50
Std. Green $450
1970 PLYMOUTH 'CUDA
(/ Red/Black
1969 FIAT $90
124 S/W 4 Dr
Std. $550
80W iteT $500
1970 FORD CAPRI
Auto Blue $1650
1968 DODGE
Dart Gre 85
1971 FrRnD MAVERICK$80
Auto. Red $1800
1969 CHEVELLE
2 Dr. Vin I
Auto. Go d $1200
1971 RAMBLER
Auto. Blue $2100
1972 FIAT 124s
SSpeed 6000 $00
1970 HILLMAN MINX
Std. White $995
1969 Pontiac GTO

1A96 8pOD ESORT $00

19e5 DODGE$60
Bue T W F $300

Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


Mortgage dated 1st day of
March, 1972 Meriene Whiley
to RoyWest Banking
Corporation Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1976 at

5hi 2ae issbet eoa reset e

his behalf to bid up to that
p ice.
ies 3tol so6 t n predaarsd
Dated 12th day of March A.D.
1973-
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer

FOR RENT
C8939
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017-
C9082
WAATE RFFRONETBEDERO
APARTM ENT, LAR GE
LIVING, FULLY
BEAUTIFULLY
OVRN O~-ED,N BALCONY
AND POOL, LOVELY VIEW,
TOP FLOOR. CALL 4-2113
C9179
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 3
prvate btohnhoue 22nd fl orb -


C8942
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished
n5 psrornonthleClall ChE t

C9021
LARGE SHOP for rent. 3000
e vil f etan6tbe Terraces
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583.

C89E8 EXTRA large two
bedroom two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished -- Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shiriey and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna
air nditioned. Phone 5463)
bte a.m. and 5 p.m.


C9204
The Board of Trustees at Fox
Hill Public Library invite
applications for the post of
Trainee Librarian. Must ha e


sol ep in esptin ap: s
Chairman, P. O. Box 390 F. H.


C9171
1968 FIAT 600 (Mini) good
condition. Snip at $350.00
Owner leaving colony. Call
Mrs. McKenzie 42240.


rihhandMdrR TS $10 00. hone
2-8802.
C9203
O91SIFIREmilhard-t npe
owner-driver $1,600.
Telephone days 77946
evenings 77506.
C9229
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
1971 4-door Vauxhall Viva
3,600 miles, radio. $1,600.
Financing available. Call Miss
Marsh 2-1690 Ext. 120.
C9234
HERE'S A GOOD BUY!
Owner leaving colony. 1971

c~oOdition T1800 ornegoo t
offer. Phone 28015 from 9-5


C 8947





N SSAU BA AS

HiEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHAEN CALMHANDLING
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES


C9127
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION INC., of Montrose
Avenue, Shirley Heights,
Nassau N. P. wish to announce

SheRE-PNG ae e E

The Day Nursery will accept
Infants from 6 months old at 8

Thn Kindper arten will accept
children from 3 years old 9
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Registration for both Nursery
and Kindergarten will
commence April 3rd 1973
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (On
Tuesday & Thursdays) at the
office of the Mission or contact
Mrs. Nottage c/o phone 24537.
Those wishing to register their
infants and children are urged
to do so immediately as there
will no doubt be a long waiting
list. A deposit of $10 will be
requested vhen anou register.
information, contact the Pastor
of the Mission at the office or
for appointment call Mrs.
Nottage c/o Phone 24537.



C9188
THE ANNUAL General
Shareholders meeting of
B a a m a s 2 y l i r t y


Blue Hill Road
E Moss, Secreta ry.


Mrs FranceswouHiggisk o
in orr thenpublichetrhat d t

transacting any business. AII
business matters' must b
frared to dher.e Anyo e
be prosecuted riew

POSITION WANTED
C9233
LAD Y BELONG R,
experienced Hotel Manager
Nassau, Bermuda and U.K.,
qualified Accountant, requires
position. Phone 78102
mornings.
C8500
IF YOU need a young girl to
work in your shop please write
Adv. C8500, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N3207, Nassau.


FOR VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY ON 355
SBA RS EAGE
57921 feet on sea, Easten
Boundary approximately 24(
feet on Bay Street 57't2 feet
,Ind the Western Boundary 234
feet. Square footage approx
S13,278 feet PLUS there
Sbuildings Main BuildIng on Ba
used as offices and apartments
lower ground floor as 40 by 61
store, plus warehousing
Gorgeous Views ideal fo
boatrnan's paradise. Rear bidg5
used as living quarters and Ar
Gallery. Most convenient te

t~o rists Sp ciou parek ng aar
best business locatioI
obtainable. See anytime
Submit offers to DESMONE
MN V FSTMENT LT
DAM ANOS 22033, Evening~



PUBLIC AUC TI ON

92W. UBLICSAwil IseOl at the
parking lot to the West oi
Dupuch & Turnquest Buildint
Shidley Street at 12: noon or

FrLo ntha pie achel or lo

South wdster siuaet iof t e
Settlement of Sandy Poini
osnathe oWesG at Coabsatd o
of the Commonwealth of
the Bahama Islands
c on training Fourteen
thousand Eight hundred and
Sixt-fie (4,85) quae
fetm re or les6 ndsq be
known as lot number
Eighty-three (83) of the
Sandy Point Allotments
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded
Northwardly by lot Number
Fifty (50) of the said
Allotments which was
originally granted to Lewis
L. Wefis and runn ng thron

$ rP~ dly by a cahroad
reservation Twenty (20) feet
wide and running thereon
Two and Seventeen
hundreds (2.17) chains

Egt-oeo ( 1) mftes i
ve yotvet hundneds (ainnd
Ihro wne a d


hundred and Three
thousandths (1.803) chains
and which said piece parcel
or lot of land has such
po lares an dime on
as are shown on the diagram
or plan appearing on the
rvers side of a G snt nrm
Burrows dated tel 0 gten
now of record in the
Registry of Records in the
City of Nassau in the said
Island of New Providence In
volume 310 at pages
358-359 and is delineated on
that part of the said diagram
or plan which is coloured
Pink. Plans may also be
inspected at the office of the
auctioneer by calling 23921-

sub ect to er meb ricesao
to the right of the
auctioneer or his agents to
bid up to that price*
D td this 16th day March
A.D 173
C. W.SANDS
Public Auctioneer
,C9220
.KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
~Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 13th day of
April 1973, at 12 Noon the
~following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot
number One hundred and
Seventy-Nine (179) on the
Plan of lots in the
Subdivision called and
known as "Ridgeland Park"
situate in the Southern
District of the Island of New
Providence which said Plan
has been approved by the
Public Board of Works and is
filed in the Registered Office


of Englerston Limited which
said piece parcel or lot of
land hereby conveyed is
bounded Northwardly by
Lot number One hundred
and Eighty (180) of the said
Pland and running thereon
Seventy (70) feet

Rs ra~ti0n T irty a30)o fe
wide and running thereon
Sixcty (60) feet Southwardly
by Lot number one Hundred
and Seventy-eight (178) of
the said plan and running
thereon Seventy (70) feet
and Westwardly by Lot

Eihyf r (14 nof e ad
Olned rumning thereon


C9218
RACE HORSES for sale.
Phone 2-2660.

LOST

LREeeS AEE CT wt
Please contact Kathy Troutt
Sonesta Beach Hotel or'
Dolphin Pens at Clifton Pier,
$50 Reward.

L BUSINESS I
OPPORTUNITIES

PLANNING TO BUY

Act now! Hilltop lots,
corner lots
Easy terms
Call Frank Car'ey
FRANK 6A REY
REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets.
CALL TODAY


C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C9215
1968 16ft. EVINRUDE
BOAT with 155 h.p. OMC
in/out. Phone 4-2060 evenings
or 2-8733 Ext. 194 days.
WiII consider trading for larger
boat.
C9224
ONE 24 FOOT Ultra Boat less
than one year old I~ke new -
fully equipped and many
extras, cost $10,000.00 asking
$8,000.00. Can be seen any
time.
**********
Also one 16 foot Flagship sea
and ski less than one year
old with 45 HP electric start
engine, fully equipped. Only
$1.600.00. Call H. Thompson
at telephones 55521 or 52554.


S CHOOS I
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.

HELP mNTED
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
female required as
cashier tpistto Aepl -9 n

*32 TeNT ibne hmC). Box


C8950
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
baid excellent salaries and
bonuses Apl icat thes d
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co. P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport. Bahamas.


C7256
Q QUALIFIED MALE
BEAUTICIAN REQUI RED.
APPLY: BEAUTY BOX, P. O.
BOX F.190, FRE'EPORT OR
CALL 352-6305.
C7260
CIVIL ENGINEERS Must
have at least five (5) years
experience as a Civil Engineer
inE FCon~stR u c~ton an
PETROCHEMICAL Plants.
Must have a knowledge of job
specifications by using
Tech nical Dra wing s,
Supervision of Sub-contractors
involved in Civil Works and be
able to prepare Time and

On ym BhmlRn ne apply in
.rtigto: SNAM PROG2E4 ,
Freeport, Grand Bahamna.


C7248
TODHUNTER MITCHELL has
oaanc fo a tBotl eLine
operate capping, high speed
bottling and labelling machine.
For information call Freeport
352-7311 (9-5).

C7243
EXPERIENCED ROOFI NG
FOREMAN AMMD OATFERS

35H-00N7E G.BFC REROOORNG
CO.


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


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


C9223
1967 Chevy Camaro, 6
Imaculate condition ~

fused. Phone 5-2104


USE

THE TRIBUNE

CLASSIFIED ADVTS.


t ilE WrtilMttr


Wednesday March 21 1973


I


CLASSIFIED


PUBI C AuUCT~cn IO I


REAL ESTATE


CARS FOR SALE


IIELP WANTED


ONNA CEMENTS


P LEII WANTED


IR AND BA HAMA

GRAN BHM


RJAD THE
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erman) eWathe morvec
up the board, farm botokx to
top of the page. Today's is quitft
a testing puade ban sdvolve I
ent~~L~:~ na bllca oans teme hav
netsedconmmnts trom
those who solved it after a tough
bar a ies S eod, Ipr


m~uses, average: 35 mrinutes.


Chess Suiron
1 Kt--KS (thret 2 Itx P;
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Rx P ch; 1 Kl--BSO.
Troap for solvers are 1 Kl-
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P X Pl or I Et--BS7 Q x P.


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nine4 Ina norBD~' BentarTtes

oalb ach tear test tenant 7ANINTRY co
word must contain t sre tray treat treaty tyrant rarn t
letter, and there must he at Yean year Jyean.
CO

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A PA RTMENT 3- G ByrAleK ao tskl


a~ro nd veneratilon. (as
~ts. Made a mistake (8)
Dowao
L. Property terms. (9)

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(8) Teedssslso


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


1~


-CARROLL RIGHTER'S



fromn the Carrot Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Spring is here and
with it most everyone commences to think
about getting out from dormant conditions Poor judgment
and difficult conditions prevail early in the day but after
mid-afternoon it is fine for tackling new opportunities.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) You think you have too many
obligations but if you keep working you will be more inspired
by early afternoon The evening is fine for entertaining friends.
Show more devotion to mate
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Avoid one who opposes you
during the mornmg and then all goes smoothly for you Your
hunches are not good until after the sun sets, so don't tely on
them earlier. Relax at home tonight.
GEMINI (M!ay 21 to June 21) Try not to argue with fellow
workers in the morning and then production can be increased
to your satisfaction Don't engage in any harmful activities.
Take periods of rest when needed
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Make sure you
handle those important duties during the day and then you
can go out for the amusement you desire. Instead of criticizing
a higher-up, give this person more support.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) If you use tact at home you can
have fun entertaining those persons you like Take the time for
cleaning your abode and improving your surroundings Avoid
one who is saturated with liquor.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Make sure you keep every
promise you have made, particularly whatever is of a monetary
nature Later take time to shop The evening is fine for
enjoying good entertainment with friends
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Morning finds an associate not
acting right but if you don't pay too much attention all
changes in the afternoon Spend more time on money and
property affairs in the evening Be wise.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) You want to go out socially
and forget the important work you have to do, but this could
be a wrong and expensive course of action Do something to
make your appearance more charming
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec Ll) Ftrst be sure to take
care of any problematical affairs before you go out for the
pleasure you want The morning could be frustrating, but all
goes smoothly after lunch
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Show that you're a
devoted family member despite little worries that are common
in most families. You have a plan that is better understood by
a friend. Get together with this person.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Attend to those duties
that will keep you in a secure position, and then talk over new
ideas with associates A civac matter can be handled with ease
Take care of correspondence
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You may be temporarily m a
financial bind, but keep your head and look mnto practical
ways of remedying the situation You've made new contacts
recently who have the right ideas for you
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those strong willed young people who will not brook
any interference when going after alms Teach to listen to
reason and give right ethical training so that this dynamic force
will be used m constructive channels ideal chart of the
politician, the policeman, the investigator, the doctor or the
lawyer.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel "What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


"No, it's not a conversation piece. It represents my life
savings--and it's est )ty."

Rupert and the Mixed Mlagle-9


My Daddy always wants
windows covered when he try
new magic." Tigerlilly's reply
mae Ru erki ore inq iiti e
he asks as he helps to put up
the last shutter. Is it some-
thing to do with that fishing
rod ? You said it would make


a good wand I " Honourable
Daddy, he man of mystery,"
murmurs Tigedlily. He keep
ideas secret untio uetr thm.
yet. But me watch, and you
watch too if you promise to
keep velly quiet." And she
leads Rupert indoors.

-45/r*,
i~341


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North
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West East
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loJ 2


West Noth2 East Seath
-- INT Pass
29DbleS Pass 3
west began with the rK and


No and aeure la hir t m .
lose another trick and he knew
that the diamond finesse couldn't
succeed, for East needed the
OQ. and the +Q, too, of cour e,
for the barest, nosur oeig
So, hoping that the O ih
drop, South cashed te A.
When nothing hapndhe
caoseed to the JKadpaeg
off his trumps. That lef is n
with the 04 and @te 42,
Dummy's last two cards were
tH 4Ad. pleasant surprised to
see EastT drbpa he y on
dum' 8 bid Idid e
thing clever. He had just cash
his winners.
The Vienma Coup said an
addiin kbt .Ubocl


"I was living in a fool's paradise. She was only after my
lunch money."


CROSSWORD

EUZZLPU
ACROSS randing e



8. Hoover or 36. Person
Boulder 38. Brought

S1 Grde box 40 rdient
13. Wood sorrel 42. Heavy cart

14. itrs award 46 petin
16. Scant music
18. Appends 49. Frigate bird
20. Delve 50. Playwright
21. Glace Connelly
24. Snitch 52. Seraglio
27. Man's compartment
nickname 53. Mass. cape


54. Smudge
55. Innovative
DOWN
1. Land measure
2. Cover
3. Heathen
4. Decision


501


5. There
6. Amount
7. Even .
8. Determined
9. Hero
10. Blemish
15. Egypt. skink
17. River island
19. Cro~ssstroke
on a letter
21. Bounders
22. Medicinal
plant
23. Ate
25. Tempt
26. Advance
money
29. Disparage
32. Battle cry
34. Catface
37. $5.
39. Green tea
41. Essayist
43.Government ~
agency
44 MSYS
45. Silent
president
47. Cyprinoid fish
48. Saying
51. Artificial
Language


MexAY



lormerly.


Wednesday, March 21, 1973


t ilE grtilitttr


'bC~tow Maset Necx? PUAH


Brother Juniper


No. 7.075 .. by TIM I
Aeroes
L. Imrmedlately. (9)
to. sornnewae (I
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18. severed. (t)
18: Harried setton (9)





USED USED


~~~e~L~t~.


DOWDESWELL STREET (Formerly BESCO Building)
Telephone 2-8012 OUT ISLAND ORDERS TO
P.O. BOX 6104 E.S., Nassau, Bahamas.


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MARINE ENGINES

P. O. BOX 6275 -TELEPHONE 2*8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.


res(1 'of rOWls( in re the
Ieut oT Ietru' rei

59.20, $3.70 K. G;riffth; i)oe Doe
(4) $2.80 G. Bain*

M. Brown: Pete (5) $11.40, $5.40
SJ. Ho on: Hot (;d 4) 6.8 -
$107.40 Daily D~ouble (7-3)
SI96.6s.
3rd KACI' 4V2 furlongs: Go
Merr $4.45, $3.30 G;. Bain: Lady (6) 54.30 K. Johnsom. 2nd


$2.40 ( t. Isinin; Four V's (9
ss% )o A.5Saunderrs: 3rdl Quindia
Sth RlA('l2 4V2 urlongs: Royal
star (1) ss:so, sa.os, $2.2s ;.

A. (;ib f. 4th1 Quinella (1-8)
so8 s.RCl: t furiong: Mary
JO (7) $27.90, 58.80, 54.40 K.
Johtnson: IsiL Iunt 9 $3.30, $2.45
I( crIsRin: Ss uer Qu to.6 H


Isainl(Zn 57ice (s .os, s?.ss -- C
A. Saunders: MonMaiden (1)
512.s.) 25.. Calrey. 6th1 Quinella

a lored ;rl (4 51775 s o 0
$7.50, 15.25 J. tlain; Ikold
Lilnng s5 $4.4 M. Brown.

The fodlowingr are the Jockeys
Standings aterr the 25th Meet:


By GMADSTONE THR NY
ALTHOUGH SPORTS IN THE BAHAMAS HAS IMPROVED,
many of the athletes are not producing, commented 21-year
veteran sportsman and former Sportsman of the Year laonard
"Boston Blackie" M~ler.


Baby Boy trains for bout with Hudgins
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS LIGHTHEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP and former heavyweight champ, Baby Boy Roll, in rearh of that euive
heavyweight title taken from him by heavy weight champ Boston Blackie in July last yer i in strenuous training in preparation for a
bout with Miamian Johnny Hudgins, early next month.


CH AMPIONSHIP

ROBERT MONTGOMERY
won his fourth Nassau Squash
Qlub (N.S.C.) championshiP
3-0 Friday evening against
perennial finalist and 1972
champion Anothony
Lancaster.
Brenda Zeese also triumphed
for a fourth time, winning the
women's championship 3-0
against Enid Young*
The four finalists head
Nassau teams in the annual
International Squash Rackets

Plaed in maicaT u mn 192 h
tournament will be held in
Nassau this year, from
Thursday March 29 through
Sunday, April 1, at Blue Hill


Grom Jacbas Frme o and
Bermuda. Each will post three
teams: Mn's "A," Men's "B,

In the Ladies competition,
an individual championship,

caeptn Aco pletes thewN s a
roster as first reserve.

sem ef nalisots Roy lanthons p
Keith Parker are included in
Nassau's "A" team for the
Q a unranglr uln hih Ivehrn
Baha mas


Montgomery and Lancaster
respectively.


In an interview during the
Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Sports awards
presentation on Saturday
Miller, the present heavyweight
champion of the Bahamas,
said, "What we need to do is to
get honest men as coaches and
officials and the only two I see
now is Mr. Vince Ferguson and
myself." Miller was formerly
the trainer of the amateur
boxers.
An idl-round athlete, Miller
started his boxing career at the
age of 12. That was when "you
just go in there and fight


weold r cssifiatzion er y
could beat him, you beat him."
Miller, also Bahamas cycling

tatm cro n dfthe ofi als ar
the cause of our athletes not

bhs oficas waonrmto oe r d
and have fun," they do not
chulicaten gemsel esa 1nug a

as a result inferior athletes end
up representing the Bahamas,
he said. "I am not going to fool
an athlete.

"First oNO alH wh ve to have
pride, Miller said. "There is
no national pride," he said,
adding that if an athlete is not
up to Olympic standards he


was quick to add, however,
that not all athletes are like

fied cnt anie ent km an exml
of "uncooperativeness."
Miller explained that
coaches in the Bahamas do not
travel enough and seek
experience. "Our officials have
to mix with others and find
out what they do and how
they do it," he said. "It would
be unfair for athletes trained in
the U.S.A. to return and be
trained by the coaches here.
The athletes trained in the
U.S.A. seem to be better than
the coaches here.
"A coach should be like a
father to an athlete and in the
Bahamas, this is not evident".
Miller again cited the Bahamlas
track and field team at the last
Olympics as a good example of
inferior coaching*
"Although sports is on


A date for the fight has yet
to be fixed.
Hudgins nicknamed by his
Bahamian fans as "Htud,,
increased his win to three in his
three Nassau appearances when
on Friday last he stopped
former heavyweight champ
Bert Perry in a fourth round
technical knockout. Perry was
sent to hospital with a
suspected broken jaw.Prior to
that Hud twice defeated
Boston Blackie.
Since losing the heavyweight
title to Boston, Rolle has had a
few fights his last being on
Oct ber 2 when h tpe


"Many people were looking for
the title fight against Boston

cod t aedw nhy nfi jer
commented manager/trainer
Edwarod Tayllor as so the esoon

"Up to now, he (Boston)
hasn'ttdonse anything andd so w

has beaten Boston.
"By taking on Hudgins, we
are going to prove that we are
better than Boston," said
TaylorU Taylor believes Bos s"

bout with Hudgins.
$4,000 PURSE
Contacted this morning,
Boston said that Rolle is
taln labouab'ightn gn d- i
already beat Kolle five out of
six times and it don't make
sBseseonfighting "S ag ain,'l*
beat him five out of six times,
the people would not pay to
see me fight him again."
Boston, who is asking for a
$4,000 guarantee purse, added
"if he beat Hudgins, 1Il fight
him again. Let them do like I
do ... fight rated fighters.
Neither Perry nor Baby could
beat who I could beat."


BOTN toB ACpK E


the upward trend, we are not
producing," Miller said. "The
only thing we produced here is
commld ro sn. e dm 35 n
why a guy 22 can't improve."
wAmlon nBahamiano ahetes
ex perience Miller
acknowledged Durward
Knowicarand itsh sailing crew

"They sailed all over the world
cr gie 'd a lot of






LLEWELLYN Curling and
Rhonda Grant, both of


annual Student Tournaments at
Blue Hill Golf Club.
increased entries assure keen
competition mactce ordi metaom
Wilkinson, tournament director.
Alan Bates, N.S.C. member and
donor of the tournament trophies,
Wilkicso-nstructohe Mi istry oh
Education squash classes.
Inaugurated by N.S.C. "'to
encourage young squash players,"
the 1973 tournament has entries
ofoo nine pga ic ad 20 boys.
Government High School, Queens
College, St. Augustine's and St.
Aneellminary and first round
matches are scheduled for 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. today at Blue Hill.
Second round matches wUil be
a urdafrowith ac nldin goud
set from 9:30 to 12:4S ~m
Saturday. pm


SPORTING A CHAMPION SHIRT, Bahamas lightweight
::::::: te: "oyRt.::::::"Edto he hsv p un e
in search of a return bout with Boston Blackle takes on
Johnny "Hud" H4udgins early April. PHOTO: RICKEY
WELLS.


0 8ED F IS1T S





MARCH to

IN HIS VIGILANT
capign in the iidkare eg

reco gnitio n, Bahamas
welterweight champ Elisha
Obed f;hts his first
full-fledged middleweight
opponent on March 29 at the
Nassau Stadium when he takes
on Al Cook of Washington.
"'This is another in his
continuous campaign in the
middleweight division,"
commented promoter Wilfred
Coakley, who along with Chris
Malakius is promoting the
fight .. "It is still another step
towards world recognition."
Obed returned to Miami on
Monday where, at the Miami
Fifth Street Gym, he will
continue training under his
trainer Moe Fleischer. Fleischer
who has trained many top
boxers, including the great Kid
Chocklit, trained Obed for his
last seven fights five of
which he won by knockouts.
With the proper training and
muh esp ien e,e Fleisc C
talent to make it to the top of
the world rankings.
Cook, 24, is said to be a
seasoned fighter and has fought
in many cities of the U.S.A.
in cluding Philadelphia,
Washington and Miami In one
of his last outings in Miami, he
fought Dennis Riggs, the
m id dleweigh t champ of
Florida. Riggs however won by
a ten round split decision.


to Ma ds Rn ingamhe scort ehaly a
they now lead their nearest rival
Sawyer's by four games. Bott
Thom pson's and Pritchard's
maintain their league leads.
lead eu emoaed ktto a four tahme
won three games from ucond pla e
Cilty Market. This sent City Market
intlo third place as Sawyer's moved
inlto second place by winning three
games. Mercury completely
dot raeted at sMarketeaas theargwnsn
Larry d'Albenas 223 (635) and
Cerdric Saunders 214 (620) had
gcod ni ht as they le~dthercurrk to
Burnice! Sands 211 (sss) was the
top scorer for the Marketmen.
aSsawyer's temk ov secots plan
Home Furniture. Bruce Delancy
and Donnie Eldon led Sawyer's
while Tony Zervos continued to be
the high scorer for Home Furniture.
Fino a D na J hnson an P cm
Knowles led O.I.A. and Finco
respectively .

gam lead ovrAor' nd i
only five nights left in the season
Thompson's look, like a sure
winner. Lola Pinder and Ivy French
med To pons ras hey won two
Amoury's had an easy night as
they won all three games from New
Oriental Laundry quite easily.
an herSamulers a193 m(540) had!
Amoury's to the white-washing.
Sandy Bethel did her best to
carry the load for N.O.L. but this
a anham and Vortainean Suchppman
shot high for Home Furniture and
Maura's as Home Furniture came
out with the better end of the stick
as they Mo DEo R GUE

234 on 6 22 e 64 ws e e
Pritchard's to three easy wins over
the lowly Heinekens team.
Congr tu ton stor Son r his Is
Madeira league. Manny Kastrenakes
also ha as gdse~t for Pritchard's
high.
Claridge's and Albury's had a
see-saw battle going all night as
wtrde'~aea e rt on toyr b
206 (573) and Terry Russell 200
(566) led Claridgle's as Perry Cooke
24 3858 a o o Albury's8.

three games from last place
Tinker's. Kenaz Russell 245 (604)
led Esso to teame vco to as
they won two games from
G;uinness. Lloyd Turnquest
246(620) led K.C. while Jeff
Albury (560) was top for Guinnes.


SACRED HEART SCHOOL compiled a total of 54 points and
defeated defending champions St. Joseph's School by 10 in the
senior division of the Catholic Schools 1973 track meet last week.
St. Francis was third with 20 points, St. Thomas More fourth
with 17, Our Lady's fifth with 11 and St. Cecilia's last with 7.


Jon thhe junior division,t St.
championship with 65 points
outscoring their closest rivals
St. Francis by 25 points. Our
Lady's was third with 39V2
points, Sacred Heart fourth
with 26, St. Thomats More
fo rh wtzth I )t4,St.AFranc s
sixth with 14, St. Bede' eighth

with 10.anst
The following are first place
results:
Senior Boys 100 yards- A.
Hanna-Sacred Heart; 440
yards-K. Robinson Sacred
Heart; 1600 yards A Hanna -
Sacr d Heart; 220 ysard lay C

Sacred Heart; long jump F.
Dillet -Sacred; High Jump K.
Robinson Sacred Heart.
Senior Girls 100 yards C.
Ramsey St. Francis; 50 yards
-senior girls J. Trembly-
Sacred Heart; 220 yards E.
Whylly St. Joseph's; Relay -
St. Josephs; high jump V.
Bastian St. Francis; long jump
- P. Davis St. Thomas More.
Junior Boys 100 yards -
K. Henzey Our Lady's; 75
yards -J. Wilkinson St. Bedes
(7-8) 75 yards J. Butler St
Francis; 880 yards P.
Sound rs St Jo tph' ; (7-8
Francis; (9-10) 50 yards D.
Culmer St. Anselm's; relay -
St. Joseph's; high jump K.
Wilkinson Ourlady's; Long
jump H. Lloyd St. Joseph's.
Junior Girls 100 yards B.
Williams St. Joseph's; (9-10)
75 yads C. Batn St
Codhia ; (7-8) 75 yard S
Baillou Our Lady's; 50 yards -
V. Bastia St. Fracs (7
t g-oowar Ll. os t c 9-
yards B. Williams St
Joseph's; (7-8) 50 yards S.
Baillou Our Lady's; (9-10)
50 yards C. Bastian St.
Cecilia's; relay St. Joseph's;
high jump V. Bastian St
Francis. *


Returning to the Nassau
Stadium for his first workout
with the light heavyweight
champ, Taylor said that
although Boston failed to live
up to a 90-day return bout
contract signed prior to the
fight with Rolle, "we are
confident that Boston will look
up to Baby," adding that them
are many Bahamians that fail
to look up to Boston for not
living up to his contract.
Boston, who at one time was
both heavy and light
heavyweight champ, said that
in was responghb e worRo ~
champ. "After I decided not to
lose: any We~ight, I turned it
(lightheavyweight title) loose
and he claimed it," said
Boston.
Continued Taylor: "I believe
all the fight fans appreciate
Baby as the best in his class.
And although he is a light
healvyweight, we are going to
put ourselves in the position to
oppose any heavy weight that
tries to take advantage of any
heavy weight here in the
Bahamas."
Boston in a similar
'""een 'hd"Iwn Hu gn

to some pride. This is the first
tinw an American has come
over here and dominated the
ring." Before then, Boston said
that he was the one who came
to the rescue*
SPARRED WITH BEST
Presently rated number
three in the cruiserweight of
the British Commnonwealth
ratings, Rolle boasts of his

M h inad \iu r sde Ro and Bob Focster and says that
with his experience with the
world's be~st "I think I am
entitled to fight anyone in the
world.


MA TH i'AB BEA'9



"NEXT MN w b h
busiest montM O~rTBGA tuneysthe
far this rseaon," BOA vice-Prednt
Freddle Higgs told the Tribune
to NSaturday and Sunday, April 7
and 8 a 36-hole medal tournament
will be staged at the South Ocean
Golf Club.
This will be the first of three
turnwys satedofor Arl andthe
tourney for Hoerman Cup points
and the sixth of the young season.
previous tourneys for Hoerman
ru pith wembth McAdp n
Classic which was captured by Basl
Smith.

players as psi )e in I e mauney
and remembering that son ~C
members will be able to play on
both days prizes for the winner and
r n eupwi1n both Satur ay e
overall winner and runnerup being
determined after both days (36
holes ," said tournament director
Cup pointis1 wlU nl Hann a
on the ovesell result of 36 holes,**
added Higgs.
Play gets underway at 8:30 a.m.
t Sn ay adn tahed taurne wl b
concluded by a party at 6 p.m. in
duno an seonA Lds Qni r d
Tournament will take place at Coral
Harbour.
This tourney and clinic will be
open to Juniors up to the age of 18
ad a~hlalesd thor(u dantensrtpe
and would like to begin again or (c)
ar egular golfers. "In thisdevent
the wll e otsfpde esand un,
Goi er, ,d'aredhjredda HI n~w
All those Junior golfers who are
presently attending the Clinics are
rembuled co ome, and ali those

playing golf are requested to come*
so i plyH Gn(ood Friday, April
20, plans are? underway for a gant
'run' tournament starting at to a.m.
an toi wl et fpn to all members
Therre will be La les, Junto an
regular divisions and the Coolow y
system wUil be used prizes will be
awarded to the first six finishers In
the rekgularsdand firtithree ifinishcen
edition to tM there wIri special
three holes and nearest the pin on
three holes, plus numerous other
srpdaeo us he 'Fun' tourney a
prty will take pace dudind which
tAMMMe awsr wil beprn

BESCK'S BEFS and Decl Jane
Saints, both leading the Bahamas
Baseball Association's 1973 series
withtfourb dnstand ono Iw behtle
meet in the second game a 9:30 at
the Sports Centre.
In the first game at 7 p.m. Big Q
Marktteer, holding second place
with a three and one win-loss
rrccrm'a laked on fourth place

k'&STANDINGS W ?
Big V Mar et 3 1
Dhmas Blers 2 2
Schikez Boer 2 2

H nas Lrr Isadr 0 4


GOING CAMPING?
See Western Auto
For your Supplies


Tents $24.00-S36.00 -5105.00

Sleeping Bags $12.5(>$15.50


Boston adding a word of
confidcnce for Rolle said he is
confidecnt that Rolle if he
trains hard --is ab~le to winl the
British Emtpire! Championship
mn his thvisi n. 11 hi traitr fw

said Boston. "I'll even spar
with him." Not that Boston is
making himself inferior to
Rol bti tha he is interested
Rolle over the past months
travelld with his sparring
partner Sherwin Johnson to
Miami and to Turks and Caicos
islands where they did a
sedies of sparring and
exhibition bouts. So "although
Baby has had no ring
appearances, he has been active
thtrou~gou t," manager trainer
dard Tvlo sid.

Elol rT Dwem Egland an

Wrrb yor de he c scl lng

m~e thes fthei dklnod
4- 2 I p t r Iv wh


SStove~s 30.00

Lanterns $20.00 $30.00.


ROtetta Street

Tele 28857


Coleman Fuel $2.35


Air Mattresses $9.75- $15.00


Icle Chest $2.25 SS.50
52.75 24.00 $34.50


Ist 2nd 3rd

K. Johnson 23 13 2
N. Brown 15 23 2
J. Bain 12 14 I
AUSSIES 362 FOR 5
TRINIDAD 23S FOR 9



eul the vebin dd o Iscnr
Trtindad Tuesday.
368 tim rpy to th AriA ~t C~r
alin p core, were 235 for nine





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