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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: March 30, 1973
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ENJOY FREE CHAMPAGNE
ON ALL FLIGHTS TO FREEPORT
-T.ELEPHONE 771303/77778


Itit's wlu~ you rally want,


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Price: I 5 Cents


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French Leave,






!Eluth e~ra,


lost in fita

By MIKE LOTHIAN



Governor's Harbour Eleuthers,
was destroyed in a three-hour
blaze this morning. The
premises were not occupied
and there were no injuries.


Sound and the U.S. Navy base
o~n the island were able to save
abo~ut 100 rooms, the main
block with the kitchen, dining
rooml. reception area and
shopping area was completely
detl~Froyei.
Pheec and volunteers, who
arrived on the scecne at 5:30
a.mi, found the hotel already
engulfed in flames.
A police spokesman said
when the Navvy men arrived at
about 6:15 they did "a
miagnificent 306" and were
instrumental in preventing
further spread of the flames.
TIhe fire was brought under
control by about eight o'clock,
and put out shortly after.
The spokesman would not
say whether arson was
suspected, but "police are
investigating."
Closed down at the time of
rhenfire,l ita undsersto ch u
for re-opening shortly.
Built in the 1940's as a
55-room hostelry on 105 acres
of land, French Leave was
expanded by 20 rooms in


Ir ciershilm ad was s ut d wn


cal ls yer cxprtis

Michael Mosko said a new
50-room wing would be built
before the opening tis winter.
cl. ed f could not be
reace for comment tay. I
is not known whether the hotel
was insured.




Llt I BIp I

THE: ANNUAL children's
heart clinic will be held
tomorrow at the Chest Wing of
the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Tlhis will be the eleventh
children's heart clinic
sponsored by The Sir Victor
Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart

T cildren's thlinic ea

Foundation by Dr. Maud
Stevenson, pediatrician of the
Princess Marg~aret Hospital.
Coming from Miami to
conduct the clinic will be two
h ate secialists wh are also
Foundation. Dr. Francisco
liernander, Clinical Director of
the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital and Dr. James R.
Jude, Professor of Surgery, will
diagnose the -ases presented at
the clinic ad detemn tho
that will ned srermindt ose
the next suargerySu da
Inorning the will visit those
cases in the children's ward of
"""-t,""*:.. th oura nic r
Dr. Jude recently performed
:.th irt headt operaton for the
Margaret lonoo ital eon rmlee
Jones of Abaco. The doctors
will be house guests of Lady
Sassoon, chairman of The Sir
Victor Sassoon (Bahamas)
Heart F~oundation.

HAITIANS REFUSE TO


HELP DISTRESSED YACHT
KING;STO`N, JAMAI('A (AP)
lhe captain of the yacht
rno nte withh aitisan poicr n thi
unsuccessfully effort to get prompt
herlp for the distressed vesset,
according to information disclosed
In manston, Jamaica.


Friday, March 30, 1973.


THE LONG, LONG WAIT!
IT'S A LONG HOT WAIT for these latecomers who left it until the last possible
moment to have their cars licensed at the Road Traffic Authority at Fort Charlotte. The
Authority allows motorists three months grace--from January through March- --to have
vehicles licensed. After tomorrow anyone driving an unlicensed car is liable to be booked
by police. Hu ndreds have had their cars licensed in the past couple of days. There was still
a queue when the department closed its doors late this afternoon.










By SIDNEY DORSEITT
STANLEY ("STAN") LEON SMITH, an lgyear-old Carew Street resident who struck his best
friend over the head with a baseball bot, and caused his death, walked out of the Magistrate's court
a free man this afternoon when a lower court judge refused to commit him for trial in the Supreme
Court on the evidence of prosecution witnesses.


shutdown for "maintenance," a weld on one of the main pipes broke and the plant
about midnight Wednesday, The Tribune learned today.


had to be shut off again at

The Permanent Secretary,
pointed out that caution
against "promising too much"
was justified now, as it was last
'Thursday when he said normal
supply would probably be
restored within "several days
to a week."
The inspection and
ma intenance work was
completed almost a week
ahead of schedule, and the
desalination plant's boilers
began to build up steamn on
March 22.
THROWN OFF l
no I timrn uf th sretr t
off by Wesnesday's break in
the pipe weld.
In a press conference on
March 12 the Ministry
underscored water supply

te realntin pln wor i


Thne Mdinistrya ieeledt a

Supply, even at best, was
only 75 percent of that figure,
Well fields yield about four
million gallons a day, and the
desalination plant produces
two million. Those are the only
water sources on New
Providence.
The Ministry uIrged
consumers to avoid wasting
water by:
Reporting all leaks in
Govern ment pipe-lines
4 m dSael 95 telephoning
a Fitting Vacuum flush
systems to toilets, or adjusting
the toilet to reduce the waiter
used in flushing;
Preventing children from
playing with public taps;
a Not leaving taps open

wh ov rnents Iormation
Services press release earlier,
this week stated that under the
Water and Sewerage Act city
water is supplied for "domestic
use" only, and "domestic use"
excludes car washing, garden
watering and the filling of
swimming pools.
That provision has generally
not been enforced, but
consumers were advised for
their own welfare to avoid
non-domestic use of city water.
Government Information
Services advises: ~'the water
you save today is your supply
for tomorrow."


flowever, Permanent
Secretary to the Ministry of
Works A. K. Wright described
the problem as "a small
set-back," and said that as soon
as the plant is turned back on
early tomorrow morning the
daily water supply cuts will be
reduced from 14 to 11 hours.
Referring to the broken
weld, Mr. Wright said "it might
have happened three months
ago, and it might not happen
again in the life: of the plant."
It was unfortunate it happened
at this particular time, he

saihe plant, designed to
produce two million gallons of
water a day, poured out 1.7
million gallons on Monday, 1.9
million gallons on~ Tuesday and
2.1 million gallons on


Rars arebetaokrie tabouvv 4

hus to cmpiete he sea d


CONCERNED
Mr. Wright said he was
concerned that the public
understand that in ordinary
generation "any plant will go
off at any time. This is the
nature of machinery. The
theory is that you be always
able to have a back-up. In the
water business we have to rely
on this one particular plant.
"All machinery has
problems and if you have a
pa as' e en oi edo by at e
consumers."
The Permanent Secretary
said before the plant was shut
do wn for 'rou tine
maintenance" on February 28
the Water Department built up
a reserve supply which was

donthe-Ioeng shu nt the
"lfve got te pl gong
again and straight away opened
up all the lines we would soon
hav no reserve, and we would
re ly be in trou le i
something else happened.
Therefore "it is a matter of
our judgment" and an effort
must be made to replenish the
reserves. ,.
The plant s production
earlier this week filled the high
level storage tanks at Blue Hills
to a fairly high level withl the
result, according to Mr. Wright,
that yesterday when the mains
wee ope r oafteththe dai y

"slightly more pressure "
flThetstoarageevtank areenstd l
allow a reduction In the cut-off
period at soon as the plant
comes backN In UTS

When the desalination plant
was first shut down the clit-off
was only from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m
each day, although some
consumers experienced longer
cuts due to excessive draw-off
by other consumers on the
same suppl system.teWer

Department began closing off
th pp a 4 P~ ad
te-cope nin them only at 6 aam.
Again, due to excessive
draw-off by consumers closer
to the su ply source longer
cuts in many areas were
necessary
Mr. Wright said when the
plant returns to service early
Saturday the cut-off period
will be changed to between 6

e eas sc a tous when asked
to say when he expected
supply to return to normal.

up atee in h t nk 'wee sad


Rookie of the Year Award
winner in 171 Smiith
confided that he is "sorry at
the death of Joey tFinlayson."
high21-y ar-oldannext sdo 3
brother" whom he knew for
about 10 years and whose
family accepted him as a
member.
Smith was charged on

Fbtruar 2 witu th February


in hopialafer be ingao takn
During preliminartoy inquiry h

Witn ecl ess loast week, four
decie witnesses, Mr Alheus
Finays on, f ather of the eal
deceased and thenist 15-earod
son hSpence, aloreng wth Miss
Mhercede emur omr
ghir-friend d of the decea ednd
cuth meother ofhif two-year-old
stn Oscar, ndMr. Kiglpey

F~inlaysonha acthed asf the
wecase razy. hi 5ya-
Wieldienge a cow-ba wih ich
ha bdeen Saen urom hirm nd
secrlrend by hi rther Spcene, a
FinlOsayso had also viciosley
('anke edas uane60-yleaa-od
kickimng her i the chst. ta
thaso moher, injued by tfhe
kik as cals ufeedaseee
"sroe" and ean a pr-at wient
at thed Pr ines Margae r S et
Hositalo hand accordiinto her
husband, is unale o alk.

Thes ineridntue at the
Finl, ay so's CarewSreeta hoe e
occurred aft eran a quarrel
betwn the dicease Mand his
girlfrind, who hnbe hd talso


beaten.
All four witnesses said that
Smith had delivered two blows
to the deceased one on the
shoulder and another to the


we have here Is a young man
kicking his mother, a woman
of some 58 years. The accused
was acting in defense of a
awohma wow oh d regarded hiln
"All witnesses testified he
was acting as if he was cralzy
H~e at one time wicided a
crow-bar which has been put in
as an exhibit." Mr. Curry said
Delive in d i ae ru i g pM


to me tha on this monn



submission made to my by
learned counsel for the defence
that your actions were
justifiable -- as a circumstance
of extreme necessity.
FREE TO GO
"I feel, this is my own
opinion, that there is not
sufficient evidence before this
court to commit you for trial."
Hie then told Smith that he was
free to go.
"I was greatly relieved of the
tension" undergone since being
arrst b np icetadhelouh in
of the preliminary inquiry
Smith, told a Tribune reporter
today,
"I had known Joey for
about ten years. He was my
good friend. We just couldn't
reason with him that night.

share 1lts yo kow I khe i
he had something, that was too
big for him, he would pass it
on to me. We would share
everything we had. I am sorry
at his death in fact, that has
been my greatest worry in
prison. I have lost some weight
and my appetite from thinking
about it.
"Stan", as Smith is known
to his friends, was a next-door
neighbour to the Finlaysons on
C`arew Street. Having lost his
own mother some tunle ago, his
concern is now for Mrs
F~inlayson who is In hospital
anid whom he always knew as
1 inmie.




TO HIS HAITH

In II fiLLFw .
A 38-year-old Hlaitian
labourer fell to his death from
an elevator while working on
the G;rand Bahamna Htotel and
Country Club at West End
Wednesday afternoon'
A police spokesman said the
labourer, Jacque Abilard, was
operating the lift carrying
materials to the four upper
floors of the building under
construction. He fell fromt the
lift while it was in motion and
plunged to the ground at about
3 p~m. He died instantly.
it is not known how high
the lift was at the timet of the
accident. Foul play is not
suspected.
The hotel's main building
was destroyed in a $1 million
fire on August 16 last year.
Abilard was working on the
reconstruction project when he

otes rden pf cs eEnd, he


Price increases on other
liquors will not be felt as
quickly however, as merchants
intend to hold the line on

"ur 1epl il cotinue t


mHpl cira e amonsat tnh
icrme n ase would mnake o


themselves felt slowly over a
peid of a month
discussing whiskies, the
Association spokesman said
ther iod be 1 gee
enreas evvothis whea thge next
fri hter infrom the United
Kingdom arrives, as it will
carry shipments for all liquor
merchants
HARDEST HIT

dutie Pae t xes ibs ber,e nw ic
has already shown an increase
of European brands because of
devaluation.
Consumers can expect that
European beer will increase
from about $9.70 a case to
513.50 and the American
variety from about $8.85 to

gl e a3 bifeedd ss a d
further complicated the
picture
Those with a taste for wine
are advised to stick to the

C all on B81





ORTLAND Bodie Jr.,
"Operation Breadbasket"
chairman for the Bahamas
Federation of Youth, has taken
Bahamians to task for not
helping their own-

"Ophreation BBredbaslkaet" a
weeks ago as a project
s'designeddtoe oi t cthe tar s
with which our underprivileged
people are faced," Mr. Bodie
said.
The public response,
however, has not been good.
In a circular letter dated
March 12, Mr. Bodie said that
contrary to popular belief, the
primary objective of Operation
Breadbasket was not to
encourage the lazy to continue
being lazy or to instil in the
Bahamian people a dependence
on handouts.
"In fact our intention is to
provide assistance to our senior
citizens and others genuinely in


sparkling variety which are
unaffected by the increases.
Although champagne is also
unaffected, rising costs in



Fanc rtarhperrefe inee in a e

Iot wasniel ointed out that
cogna four pexample has gone


up 46 per cent in export cost,
however the public should not
expect a broad increase in
wines.
Estimates are that the
average dinner wine would
show an increase of 10 to 15
cents a bottle.
But what happens to rum
tthe bi gest see nnx tota beer
can be worked out between
government and the Bacardi
company, which, as local
distillers, set the price.
Bahamnian distillers are
required to pay to government
4/5ths of the import duty on
all spirits manufactured and

Wih cutms duties and the

Bacardi will be required to pay
a proportionately higher sum
to government, leading to an
inevitable markup in prices.






ES f runtt HS

need of temporary aid."
Mr. Bodie said the public's
response to the BFY's original
appeal for donations of food
items, clothes and cash had not
been what one would have
hr esd fo sfiom ahpeeopalesowao
conscience,

thi gt i deedveryheucnftiude
"when we see Bahamians
sitting back while various
charitable organizations have
to look to the celebrated
'expatriate' for donations to
help our own less fortunate
and neglected brothers and
sisters.
"Too often in the past we
have been prepared to act like
the priest on the highway
instead of like the
good Samaritan. Bahamians,
citizens and institutions, have
got to start helping
Bahamians," he declared,
Continued the letter: "We
ask you, as a Bahamian who
cares about our old people and
those across whose backs the
whips of social and economic
hardships have passed, to give
us your support in any way
possible."
Donations can be made by
phoning Angela Bowleg at

3-65 or Mrm B ie fat 534 3


head with a baseball bat
when Finlayson made a second
attempt to beat his mother.
From the deceased 5
behaviour that night, they said
they felt somebody would have
been killed by him had he not
been stopped. "He acted as if
he was crazy," said his girl
friend Mercedes.
Following evidence today by
police detective E'lnathan Rolle
of Criminal Investigation
D partmntirn mi' m tttodrnt

the court that "there has been
no prima facie case made out
against the accused on this
charge of' murder.
JUSTIFIABLE
"I feel," he said, "that this
case is one that falls within
Sectiloenna07, oubs c r 44 o

which states that: "For the
prevention of', or for the
defence of himself or any other
person against, any of the
following crimes, a person mnay
justify any necessary force or
harm. extending, in case of
extreme necessity, even to
killing, namely treason;
piracy; murder; manslaughter;
except manslaughter by
negligence; robbery; burglary ;
house-breaking arson of a
dwelling house ~or vessel; rape;
forcible natural crimeo and
dangerous or previous harmn."
Mir. Curry said that "what


By MIKE LOTHIAN
GARNET J. ILevarity, O.B.E., was sworn in yesterday as a
member of the four-man Opposition in the Senate, replacing
former Free National Movement chairman D~r. Elwood Donaldson
who resigned from the party in November.
Mr. Levarity, 63, was the affairs of the people,
appointed to the Senate by the particularly that sec tion
Governor on January 19. commonly re ferred to as
Yesterday was the first Senate coming from the "grass roots...
meeting since November, and Sen. Trurnquest said
the first opportunity for Mr. HONESTY
Levarity's swearing in. Endorsing the remarks of
Senate President Gerald C'. Sen. Cash and Sen Turn nuest
('ash, Opposition Senate leader Sen. Adderley added tha Mr'
Orville furnquest and Levarity "has achieved for
Government Senate Leader andl himself a stature in the
Minister of External Affairs community for his forthright
Paul L. Adderley all extended a manner and honesty of
warm welcome. purpose.
"I feel that, from your Replying, Mr. Levarity said
experience, you will make a "I hope Iwill be of some help
tremendous contribution to to this body. It is a privilege
debates of the Senate," se~n. and a pleasure to be here. I feel
Cash told Mr. Levarity. I have reached my zenith "
Sen. Turnquest said: And he added:
"The Senate is fortunate to ''Most of us in the Bahamas
have as a member a man of his are C:hristians. There is no
statuaea I fel thi sa wl dheou la asonw wen as a pople


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Registerd with Postatru o Bahamasfor postage cocsinsihin the Bahm, Nassau and Bahamat Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX, No. 109


'SMALL SETBACK' AT BLUE HILLS

PLANT, SAYS WORKS CHIEF






Main de sa linat ion pipe







brea ks causmn pant







shutdowRI TSH rear


By MIKE LOTHIAN
JUST AS THE BLUE HILLS DESALINATION PLANT was getting back to full production after a month-long


IB e& 0om 1488S M50





priS asx geed t

rise~ ~ :g byns~;`
By NICKI KELLY
BEER PRICES are expected to increase about the first part of
next week when liquor merchants receive their first shipments
since the government's order Wednesday increasing both Customs
duties and the emergency tax on beer and spirits.


GARNET LEVARITY SWORN INTO


SENATE

Mr. Levarity was o~n the
Royail Bahiamas P'olice 1orce
for 18 years, and was awarded
the Corlonial Poclice Medal In
addition to a Victory Med~al for
services during the war
I o~r 35 years he wa\ Iin the
public service. the last fotur as
ln derse c retaryl heading
(; government' s ffice:. in
Frleepo(rt
Ilie retired fromii heI pub~ile
service in 19)70, and in the
same year was mlade an officer
of the Order of the British
Empire (O.B.I:).

SENATE MEETS
AGAIN THURSDAY
rHE R~~MAS ena e met
briefly Thursday for the firt

introduction and first reading
o~f three bills. and was
1dj accto tnoth Iish trsday


()LL~tiLLtC




II


MEAT PUCESFROE U NOT AT ARM LEVE.,s,

clamped a ceiling on retail and wholesale prices of beef, pork and lamb -
in effect freezing them near current levels in a move to soothe American
consumer unhappiness over soaring food costs.
dHe annotuncetdhthenniajor e on1mic moveT in acprime-tim elbrosedcast
in effect as long as is necessary to do the job.. Meat prices must not go
higher. With the help of the housewife and farmer, they can and should go
down.
Under orders Nixon gave his Cost of Living Council, meat prices, for an
indefinite period, cannot exceed an index based on prices for the past 30
dpg hsmea etic rmmic experts said, that prices in effect are frozen at
The P'resident s order does not apply to prices at the farm level only
to meat proiessers. meat wholesalers and meat retailers. By avoiding
controls at the farm level, officials said, they hope to spur increases in
prdcixon t< twip brhing detwn ricesnaddress which hailed also the end of
America's in~volvement in the: long and costly Vietnam war and sounded a
call for unity in the search for world peace. He also sought public support
for his budget, contending that spending increases sought by Congress
would mean a IS per cenlt tax hike: or major price increases.
MEAT BOYCOTT DESPITE NIXON'S ACTION
L.OS ANG;ELE-S (AP') Leaders of the nationwide consumers' boycott
say they plan to carry on a week long boycott next week of meat and
poultr) despite Ah eisx dn anonccee t. is t nof planners, June
Cattle industry spokesmen, meanwhile, warn that controls on beef
production would nlot bring more meat to the American consumer but
could affect supplies several years from now.
588th AMERICAN TO BE FREED SUNDAY OR MONDAY
CLARK AIR BAS):, PH~ILIPPPINES (AP) --Two planes carrying 32
former prisoners ofI war are flying home to the U.S. today from C:lark Air
Base in the Philippines. AII 32 men were freed in Hanot Tuesday by the
Vieta Cng As rh~ey roa cedd ter Rigtttse n th cahilippines, most wore
Another 166 Americans and a Canadian missionary are scheduled to
depart for home by Monday. They were freed over the past two days by
North Vietnam and the L~aotlan Communists.
VieO m re Aam dian
SEARCH FOR MISSING AMERICANS TO CONTINUE
wGS1N(;TON d (l) Sereetary of D~efens hlio a. nih 1611len e
Richardson made this promise in a formal statement hailing the
completion of UI.S. troop withdrawals from South Vietnam and the return
of all but eone knowinmAmerican war prs n JryW.Fidel od
newsmen that initial interview with the flnal group of POWS returned
from North Vietnam and L~aos had "not turned up any surprises.'.
This indicated that U.S. o~ffcials have been unable to glean any
sin icn irl obs I ionl thla ~~ J caniir other Amnericans, still listed a

COMMUNIST FORCES STEP UP SEIGE OF BASE
SAIGON (AP) The South Vietnamese Command says Communist
noresto 0y mepe nup atilirrKie tof a rin linbase 50 miles vot e
outposts around Hue in the northern oart of the country.
The communique says Communist gunners hit the ranger base with
more than I3J-hundred artillery rounds. A Communist ground attack also k
reported. The communique says one hourn Vietnamese soldier was killed
and t25 were wounded. The base has been under siege for more than one

PARLIAMENT SUPPORTS FORMULA FOR N. IRELAND
LONDON (AP') T ?he House of C'ommons voted overwhelmingly
peha e nNrther n freavourn a en par-hsn btn sen Pot sarts an"
Roman Catholics.
WHiiam Whitetaw,. Secretary of State for the turbulent province, told
the House near the end of a two-day debate that he plans elections for a
NUrtdeer rn anndas fom b the seml bof aout 80 members will be able
to legislate on most domestic matters but will have no control over
security Responsibility for combatting Ulster's violence will stay with
Whitelaw made his announcement after former Prime Minister Harold
Wilson, leader of the Opposition Labour Party,called for urgency In giving
I ylstermen some sort of parliament.

SIR sOEL COWARD LAID TO REST IN J jeAer anwts
Noel Coward was buried at his mountaintop ~irefly estate in Jamaica
Thursday.
Wreaths came from Britain's royal family and from movie stars such as
bAnglica fahe oh Cev oe dMrel Igav v he eulogy while Cole
Lesley, Coward's secretary for 37 years, read a chapter of the bible First
Ezra Chapter 8 verses 52-54, at the request of actor Sir Laurence Olive~r,
Coward was buried far from the glare of the floodlights in a vault near
clu mai hue nw I it s neoel eott snthelpresence of about 60 people.

PRINCESS ANNE THROWN FROM HORSE INJURY SLIGIFF
WARFIELD, ENGLAND March 30 (AP)- Princess Anne, an ardent
horsewoman, was thrown from her horse while training Thursday. She hurt
her arm but was out training ain Friday with her arrn bandaged
The princess has been training dally for next month's horse trials in
Badminton.
The 22-year-old daughter of Queen Elizabeth II hopes to be selected for
pthBritish team to compete in the European championship in Kley in

ASSASSIN OKAMOTO WANTS TO APOLOGISE
TEL AVIV (AP)- Lod Airport assassin Kozo Okamoto wants to tour
eas das masr tha ki ed 2d6 pesns an ndwd ar tanp 7,n a
Japanese professor who visited Okamoto said Thursday.
In a statement to ITIM, the state news agency, Toshima Ikuro said
Okamoto 'regretted' the attack. The victims included Puerto Rican
pi ims, Jewsand tourts .siting Japanese Makaya sect delegation, said
Okamoto told him the Israelis treated him well in prison, but he couldn't
understand why he was allowed to live In the first place.
Oksmoto is serving a life sentence In a maximum security prison at
Ramla, midway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
faur l dm thendiminuitv marussasn cried when shown pictures of his

MARKARIOS ACCUSES GRIVAS OF PLOTflNG AGAINST HIM
NICOSIA (AP) President Archbislhop Makarios made a direct charge
for the first time Friday that his rival, former Eoks leader General George
Orives is plotting a coup d'etat to overthrow the government.
"Any attempt coup by Grivas has no possibilities of success and is
bound to fail; but this does not rule out the possibility that the general will
4evertheless stage an attempt," Makarlos said.
He was replying to a question at his monthly press conference about
Isports that Grivals plans to stage a coup on Sunday, the anniversary of the
Munching of the Eoka underground campaign against the British Colonial
Qvermecnt in Cyprus on April I, 1955.


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uO es .ono~a~on WITHDRAW-ALCALLED
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B Hurir Hemhr
WASHINGTON (AP) Chainrma Frank Clarch, (D-Idaho) said Thursday "it is obvious
somebody is tying" to the Seaste foreignr relations subcommittee investigating alleged attempts by
ITT~ to block the election of President-Salvadr Allende in Ch~e in 1970


Department for possible
criminal action.
Church began the statement
by telling Meyer there was
"nothing personal" involved.
He commended the witness for
"truthfulness" and "honesty."
This clearly indicated the
chairman's targets were ITT
officials, but he sidestepped a
direct reply when asked about
that by a newsman.



RECORD 10P





sponsored by B.M.C.
Committee of Odd
Fellows at Aurora Lodge,
Charlotte Street, Saturday,
31st March, 1973,
beginning at 4:00 p.m.


Chruch said the transcript
would be reviewed carefully
with a view to asking the
Justice Department to take
appropriate action if it appears
that perjury has been
committed.
The statement followed
testimony by Charles A.
Meyer, former Assistant
Secretary of State for
Infer-American Affairs, that no
one, to his recollection, in the
International Telephone &
Telegraph Corp. told him of
any monetary offer to support
technical assistance
programme or for any other
purpose.
Conflicting testimony was
received last week in sworn
statements by ITT vice
president Edward Gerrity and
Jack Neal of the flT
Washington staff.
Meyer insisted that a set of
suggestions for causing
economic chaos in Chile
presented to ITT by a CIA
agent was not United States

DISCREPANCIES
Church made the accusation
without naming anyone
directly as a liar following
testimony by Meyer.
Meyer told the special
foreign rel tionsopanel he had

1-million dollar offer from an
official of the International
Telephone & Telegraph Corp.
to construct low-cost housing
in ChIle in 1970.
Three ITT officials last week
gave the subcommittee varying
versions of an offer by the
firm. .
Jack D. Neal, the
International relations director,
swore he told Meyer that IIT
was prepared to make a
"seven-figure" contribution
toward "any programme the
Un it ed States might


formulate" for Chile.
Edward Gerrity, ITT's senior
vice president for corporate
relations, testified that the
corporation was prepared to
provide 1-million dollars for a
housing programme for the
Chilean poor.
John J. McCone, ITT
director and former head of
the Central Intelligpnce
Agency, said he relayed to
Ridhiard Helms, and to Henry
A. Kissnger that Harold
Geneen, ITT's board chairman,
was "prepared to put up as
much as I million dollars in
support of any government
plan for the purpose of
bringing about a coalition
against Allende."
Salvador Allende, a Marxist,
had finished first in Chile's
popular election for President
in September 1970. But
without a majority. Under
Chilean law this left it to the
Congress to choose between
him and other contenders.
MI e. Conges Icertifie
expropriated ITT's 70 per cent
interest in the Chile Telephone
Co., which the firm contends is
worth about I53 million
dollars.
At the time, Helms was
director nt th NiA osKissingelr

security adviser, ap
holds.
PE RJ
In the face ~Jl~ apparent
discrepancy beween Meyer's
testimony and that of I~T
officials, Church declared: "It
is obvious from what we have
heard today that somebody is
lying."
The Senator said there
would be a "thorough review
of the record" and that if it
appeared perjury was
committed he will turn the
testimony over to the Justice


from the servicemen.
Giving the first detailed
account of life in Communist
prisons, the men said some of
the prisoners were tortured to
death, blinded and maimed.
Others spent months and even
years in solitary confinement.
Several former POWs said they
broke under the pain.
They spoke of being treated
like animals of screaming for
hours, of humiliation and
isolation, of consistent beatings
and lack of medical attention,
of being denied food to the
point where a grain of rice was
treasured.
The men said the North
Vietnamese paid no attention
to the Geneva Convention
provisions on the treatment of
prisoners.
Navy Cmdr. Richard A
Stratton, captured in January
1967 and displayed at a North

w erne hee Co munit lea ed
he confessed to war enimes,
demanded that his captors be
bro tP s commented at a
news conference at Portsmouth
Naval Hospital in Virginia -
one sof the first following ot e
POWs. The men previously
withheld details of their




THI IIll TTA CK S


SAIGON, MARCH 30 (AP)
Communist forces stepped
up their seige of a Ranger base
50 miles north of Saigon today
and shelled four outposts
around Hue, the South
Vietnamese c om ma nd
reported .
TheonNortth Vietnames end
Ranger base with more than
1,300 artillery shells and also
made a ground attack. One
government soldier was killed
and 25 were wounded.
The base has been under
siege since Feb. 26. Government
bombers have been pounding
Communist positions around
the base, and two Al
Skyraiders were reported shot
down in the past three days.
Transport planes have been
making supply drops to the
camp, the reports said.
The Internat io nal
Commission of Control and
Supervision agreed to
investigate the fighting at Tong
Le Chan last week but thus far
has not taken any action.
The Saigon command said
more than 400 artillery rounds
were fired into four
go vernment po sitions
northwest, west and southwest
of Hue, in the northern part of
the country.
Saigon claimed a totai of
105 ommunist cease- ire
violations during the 24 hours
ending at 6 a.m. today, and
said this raised the total since
the cease-fire Jan. 28 to more

the nie, the 825-man
North Vietnamese and
American delegations of the
Joint Military Peacekeeping
Commission began leaving for
Hanoi and the United States
All are scheduled to be gone by
late Saturday.
U.S. ambassador Ellsworth
Bunker also left for the United
States to assist in tre
preparations for the meeting
beginning Monday' between
President Nixon and President
Nguyen van Thieu at the
Western White House in San
Clemente, Calif. Thieu leaves
Saturday .
F.D.A. R~ECALLS SILVER
POLISH
WASHINGTON (AP)- T~he
F.D.A. has tecalled twro-thousand
bottles of a sliver polish it says


riseles. The manufacturer is H. B.
Laboratories of Madisonl,
Connecticut .


captivity for fear of
jeopardizing the lives of those
still held prisoner.
Navy Capt. James A.
Mulligan Jr., who was captured
on March 20, 1966, said the
North Vietnamese used
"physical force, beatings and
drugs" on the prisoners. He
also said the men were placed
in solitary confinement for
months and even years. He said
he spent 42 months in
isolation.
"I think you can say
treatment was very bad, was
inhumane," Mulligan said-
Mulligan said the North
Vietnamese withheld food,
water and medical treatment in
addition to administering
beatings and other tortures in
order to force men to make
anti-war statements.
Mulligan said 95 per cent of
theysAmlerictn rpr aoer wr
the torture finally induced
more than 80 per cent to make
some form of statement for the
enemy.
Asked about the means of
torture, Mulligan said men
setslns cp od dolf tim nin
were beaten or tied with ropes;
and that men in solitary were
placed in tiny rooms in which
windows were bricked up.
Also at the news conference
in Portsmouth were Lt. Cmdr.
William M. Tschandy, Capt
Allen C. Brady and Cmdr. Jolm
H. Fellowes.
Brady was captured in
January 1967; Fellowes in
August 1966 and Tschudy in
July 1965.
At another news conference,
Maj. John A. Dramesi of
Blackwood, N. J. captured in
April 1967, said he thought a
fellow prsonercaphuo escaped

tortured to death '
Drameski, speaking at
Andrews Air Force Base in
Washington, said he believed
that Maj. Edwin L. Atterbery
of Dallas, Tex., was fatally
beaten in May 1969 after he
and Dramesi broke out of a
Hanoi prison known as the
"Zoo Annexe."
Dramesi said he himself was
tortured for 30 days after his
recapture.
Another former POW, Col.
Robinson Risner of Oklahoma
City, Okla., captured Sept. 16,
1965, said, "I think some
prisoners died at the hands of
the North Vietnamese." He
said the deaths came from both
brutality and neglect.
Risner, who was one of the
senior officers in the POW
camps, emphasized that he was
talking about neglect as well as
outright brutality, saying,
"there were times when
medicine was denied" to
prisoners as a way of coercing
them into making propaganda
statements.
With all the U.S. was
prisoners back in U.S. hands.
former POWs are now free to
klalk abot matters which they
decind t dscuss w ie some
of their comrades were still in
POW compounds in North
Vietnam, South Vietnam and
Laos
SCREAMED
The group Thursday told of
being kept in isolation for
months at a time, forced to
"sit in our own filth."
Risner acknowledged
making propaganda statements
for the North Vietnamese, but
only after he had undergone
long torture.
"I made more than one
tape," Risner said. "I wrote
what they told me to write
after a torture session. "If I
was told to say the war was
wrong, I said the war was
wro g n
He said this happened
"wneen. th. pain ...am too
screamed all night," Risner
said


By Isaac A. Levi
SANTIAG;O, CHILE (AP) -
A murder, disputes over a
television station's licence and
aMarxist plan to reform
education have strained the
once-cordial relations Chile's
leftist coalition enjoyed with
the Roman Catholic Church.
"There are no conflicts but
problems certainly do exist,"
Chile's Primate Raul Cardinal
Silva Henrique said after a long
formal talk with his old friend
President Salvador Allende, a
Marxist-Socialist.
The 23 bishops and
archbishops of the Chilean
episcopate decided to act after
the government announced its
intention to push through a
plan to socialize education in
this predominantly Roman
,Catholic country and the arrest
of three employees of a
Catholic University TV-station
in connection with the murder
of a watchman.
The TV-ststion in the


privately owned TV stations in
Chile. They must either belong
to the state or to individual
universities. But the law is
vague on university-TV
licensing.
Lawyers of the university
argued the restriction was
unconstitu tional. The
government retorted by
jamming the station's
broadcasts, until last week
when unknown assailants shot
a w watchman dead in
Concepcion and stole the
jamming equipment.
An episcopal statement
issued this week warned that
the church, in effect, is upset
by the restrictions imposed on
the university's channel.
It also warned that 'an
escalation of violence ... in its
most extreme forms ... has
been progressively increasing in
Chile even though political
groups of all sectors and
citizens repudiate the
situation."


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By Louise Cook
NEW YORK (AP)--Former U.S. Prisoners of war told on
Thursday of torture, beatin~ and starvation at the hands of
North Vietnamese guards trying to force anti-war statements


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DUBLIN, MARCH 30
(AP) Six Irish Republican
Army leaders appear in court
here today after one of the
most dramatic cat-and-mouse
hunts involving security forces
and guerrilla operative in the
history of the Northern Ireland
conflict.
Joe Cahill, one of the best
known of all IRA men, was
seized with five aides when a
British and Irish land, sea and
air tracking network sprung a
trap off Ireland's southeast
coast Wednesday night and
caught a gun-running coaster.
The weapons and explosives
were believed to have come
from Libya, and were almost
certainly intended for IRA
ground forces in Northem
Ireland where street fighting
since 1969 has claimed 764
lives.
The consignment aboard the
499-ton Cyprus-registered,
German-owned Claudia instead
ended up in the hands of the
Irish defense d apartment
Shots were epired act as the
bows of the Claudia when it
arrived at a secret rendezvous
Wf te eivick mHeade Coun
darkness of Wednesday night
after a slow voyage from the
Mediterranean.
The entire Irish Navy -
three minesweepers and a
fishery protection vessel -
were wating for tsht backed b

Helvick Harbour. The Irish air
corps was in reserve if needed
defense minister Paddy
Donegan explained afterward.
But the boarding party met no
resistance.
ARMS CACHE
The Claudia was found to be
carrying 250 rifles, 248 .38
pistols, more than 20,000
rounds of ammunition, 100
anti-tank mines, 100
anti-personnel mines, 600
pounds of TNT, 500 pounds of
gelignite and 300 hand
grenades.
Some of the rifles and
ammunition were mademi t'"

Experts said. According to one
report the weapons were in
crates marked Tri oli'.
The cargo un oaded, the
Claudia was expelled with its
crew of three Germans and two
Turks, and it headed for
Hamburg.
British intelligence sources
reported the Claudia had been
under surveillance for a
considerable time, its
movements tracked by agents
in North Africa, airplanes from
Southern England and by
constantly patrolling
submarines.
But there was a blind spot in
the Claudia's history a gap of '
eight days between leaving
Tunis March 13 and being
sighted off Gibraltar March 21.
The journey should only have
taken three days.
The theory is that the
Claudia had doubled back from
Tunis to Libya the oil-rich
Arab nation ruled by
strongman Moammar Khadafy.
Last June Khadafy boasted his
country was sending weapons,
money and volunteers to the
IRA.
Cahill was reported to have
visited Tripoli recently.
In Belfast gunmen killed a
British soldier, fired an
anti-tank rocket at a military
vehicle and blew up three
bidngs. A unarmed po ice
Officer was wounded m
Londonderry, and a tavern was
blown up at Ballymagorry.
British troops who searched a
baby carriage outside a school
in the Roman Catholic
Ardoyne district of Belfast
discovered no baby but 150
pounds of high explosive. In
Dungannon troops seized an
Armalite rifle, a Thompson sub
machine gun and a pistol, and
arrested three men.


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Association (IAPA's) mid-year
meeting in Montego Bay.
Manley will be introduced by L.
E. Ashenhelm, chairman of the
Co da ,fd rcorsftof tthe G n."
Manley will join directors and other
deleaptes of IAPA and locally
inv"td gusots to ~lunch at the
The directors of IAPA, who hav.
met in Jamaica on several previous
occasions for their mid-year
me tno*' e .'" dtht Mhsn meeting
On April 11 the a ~ds commit ee
committee on freedom of press and
board of directors meeting will
commence on April 2, continuing
to April S. The award committee
will select winners of 6 IAPA
Mertenthaler Awards and 2 Tom
Wallrac Awards.


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Nvuz.vrs ADD~cTrs biu~ IN ERBA MAG1ST
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1 903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,Dc~.Lit., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,

Published Daily MonubserEdtor 1972. y

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Friday, March 30, 1973.


h-ve been aware of the facts, require him to do so.
And now, in his first budget speech to the House, Mr. Hanna
reveals a figure that, it seems to me, needs some hard explaining.
If the figure supplied by Mr. Hanna is correct .... and I am not
suggesting that it is not .... are we to conclude that the object of
his statement was to make Mr. Francis look ridiculous, in the eyes
of the public despite his lavish praise of him in his budget
communication?
Now, it seems to me that the $11 million figure needs somte
explaining by Mr. Hanna, for surely the Government has not been
reducing debt because Mr. Hanna has revealed that G~overnment is
now in desperate straits to meet payments on the public debt that
will soon fall due. It will certainly have to borrow money to meet
its obligation, which is a very unhealthy condition in any
financial structure.
So .... don't blame the Press. The Press will never make a
mistake if the Government comes clean with the public.
**********
Surely Mr. Francis could not have believed that the public was
not entitled to know the truth!
Or did he really feel this way? There is no measuring a man
who virtually imprisoned 200 innocent American tourists at the
airport to vent his spleen on their country of origin.
*********
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
There is nothing wrong with money that freedom will not cure.
This is another way of saying that the Good Society which many
reformers have sought by way of monetary reform can not be
achieved that way; if it is ever to be achieved, it will be done by
freedom. So, then, the fight for sound money, to have meaning,
must be related to the broader fight for freedom. It is only one of
the several battles that must be fought.
FRANK CHODOROV, in "Shackles of Gold".


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Friday, March 30, 1973.


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By NICKI KELLY
TWO ARTICLES, WITHIN A DAY OF EACH OTHER, have been published by both The
Miami Herald and 11se Sunday Telegraph, underscoring the extent to which American financier
Robert Vesco is becoming an economic power in the Bahamas.
Mr. Vesco, accused in an properties.
SEC suit with defrauding $224 "Even bank officials Herald claimed
million from investors in four concede that loa ns show a The paper q n o ted
IOS funds, is alleged to be definite trend toward people "'observers" as noting that BCB
building a financial empire here closely allied with the ruling seemed to have cut back on its
through a network of Progressive Liberal Party of lending activity lately. This is
Nassau-based banking Prime Minister Lynden dated to the Bahamian
institutions and holding Pindling." Supreme C'ourt freeze of
companies. PROTECTION? $155.J 42 unlbon be~longing to
The first article appeared in The Herald article suggested the IO)S-managed mutual
the March 18 edition of that as a result of his large funds.
Britain's Sunday Telegraph. investments here Mr. Vesco The lierald predicted that
W written by Robert might be given government no matter what the outcome of
Hutchison, the story says that protection should the SEC case the SEC< suit against Mr. Vesco,
according to the best estimates reach the Bahamas. the battle is not likely to end
of local businessmen, officials It then went on to trace Mr. until it has been through the

cn rnsew insiders, 'the total n es o's rodneg here rh Ba amnian court S Tlgr

million including several two headings: the bank and ar le sa id Bahamas
million in renewable 90-day companies it owns and Commonwealth was involved
Bahamian Treausty Bills used Security Capital Corporation in the following deals:
by the government to of Canada, purchased last year & Financing a $3 million
supplement its overstretched from Butler's Bankh, the takeover by Bahamas Clatering
finances." predecessor of BCB, which is Ltd. of catering facilities at
ABhaohiam ashrM on eatsary now in quiet liquidation. Na ssa u and F: ree port
Donadso catgorcall deied Both companies, said The International airports.
today hat Bhamas Herald, are headed by Mr. Financing teE o
today that ahamo
Commowealh had ever LeBlanc,a Canadian former acquisition, a fashionableBy
purchased any treasury Bills at accountanto icloh di trbuo 500 sauan aleda
the monthly Monetary of the former IOS subsidiaries. Roughly $3 million in
Authority tenders. "BB isl wsNw credits for two Boeing 707
He said Nassau's seven key PrvdneLaigC.Lda aircraft acquired by Bahamas
nd s oe asu Birincipal shell that in turn owns Grand World Air line s, a
Bahama Leasing, an auto nnshdldcrir
tha bnkpsodi troade e Bits finance company. GBL is itself ( $120,000 mortgage to a
amon thmselesthe parent of Central Garage, third party for the purchase of
amon thmseves.yact, he SrahLef
The Herald article of March the local dealer for Chevrolet,a chteSrhLe
19, written by Philip Greer, Dodge and a number of British sometimes used by Mr.
puts the figure mose cars, including Rollys-Royce LeBlanc and friends for
conservative hat 10'irilllion and Hillmaent lo lie weekend cruises in the Out

more than a year, Vesco and BCB owns 50 per cent of the Loans totalling about
his group have acquired shares of Motor Centre Ltd., $900,000 for the purchase of
majority control of companies the new Datsun dealer on two Nassau Bottling
as diverse as automobile Interfield Road, and recently companies.
dealerships, liquor stores, bought a travel agency. The $120,000 purchase of
pharmacies and travel agencies. Meantime Security Capital is a Bay Street travel agency.
INTO ECONOMY said to own a majority interest The Telegraph article claims
"Through the vehicle of in the conglomerate General that numbered accounts have
Bahamas Commo nwe alth Bahamian Companies whose b p lne ye hanmoa

cB ima, withcloseh pmped Col da ir so P an acies; there with a suitcase of money,
aboutS10 million into the Burns House, the liquor chain, and another $54 million
slumping Bahamian economy." 80 per cent of ABC Motors, belonging to Fund of Funds
Continued The Telegraph: the Ford dealer which in turns was transferred to Phoenix
"Such faith in the ailing owns Economy Cars Ltd., the Financial Services, a Panamian
Bahamian economy it is Toyota dealer and McCartney Corporation as part of an
pointed out on Bay Street, has Aena Company, used car li tesnm t n60Corillion

ns erari to 1 C vaag Ba amiana Contnies Genera5 Itr-Amomica Capikta nA.a
dReferigtor BCBman L~agingT per cent of the Sonesta Beach IMMIG;RATION
directr Normand Leanc Thes Hotel, National Data The article also makes the
Telieratpohhase sold eleme tes of Processing Co. Ltd., 20 percent point that the Vesco "Super
theforerIOSempreto ts of The Nassau guardian Group" has no difficulty
charter accountant. newspaper; Bahama Blenders, obtaining sufficient work
Mr. L~lan tol The Charlotte Street Securities and permits to relocate its key
Triun o Mrch16tht r. Charlotte House. people here "in what is
Vesc hadresined s aASSOCIATES apparently a retrenchment
d ir ector of Bahamas According to The Herald, in operation."
Commonwealth Bank (BCB). January a group headed by The writer said, however, that t
10Mr. LeBlanc's adprboach to Ghareet (Tiger n nlathson bought the most disturbingnd sclosr
'reorgan seem the eeajoo the restaurants at the airports that Bahamas Commonwealth
corporate assets by transferring in Nassau and Freeport, G~rand Bank had no public auditors.
them to two Bahamian shell Bahama with fnancing through Coopers and Lybrand
companies," the Telegraph BCB. resigned last Novembper, "and
article claimed. The Herald said Finlayson as far as is known," said The
"He then placed at the head was a close associate of Prime Telegraph, "the bank has never
of this pyramid a third Minister Pindling. "Secretary published any audited
Bahamian corporation, Global of the ne opn sstatements.
Holdings Ltd. which he Everette Banse, nte e aecapsa ing thed ft
normally controls and later close Pindling associate." of Frankla sying Wiso andfi

tapriitsiodns coming Idab et cont nuedm BCBpoveided era Company were the new
by the SEC -- witph 520 million per cent financing for the auditors, but said that Mr
of IOS monies $400,000 purchase of Topeca Wilson had denied this.
The Herald said that wHhile Bottling Company. "These When contacted today Mr.
most banks are making loans buyers are also closely Wilson said he was not in a
with "extreme caution," BCB associated with the PLP and, in position to say whether he was
has written mortgages as high lint vvereawrepre ened Ty tensunk'sotanditorrt sthoue
as 100 per cent ondin' some pate. Th cnutg he ais H
ed iom dlnp hT\P~ ki(~


statement pro or con to a Daily
Telegraph reporter.
"No one ever spoke to me
from that paper on this
matter," he said.
SEARCH FOR
ANGLICANS
THE Anglican Church in the
Bahamas is conducting a census
to ascertain the whereabouts of
all its members. This involves a
door-to-door campaign.
The Lord Bishop of the
Di cese is appealing to the
phubis mtr. its cooperation in

ARGMEN INAA 'EATH SQUAD'
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP)- Three
bullet riddled bodies were found
over the weekend in suburbs of
C'"ae 'tiso. poc said Tuesdy
attack by the so called "death
sqluad".
The vit ms, sdplc uni th~ired, at
style: Indications they had been
handcuffed before being shot,
poieat tadsquad activities were
considerably reduced last year,
fulol ang in restis sense min ani
with the arrests of several suspects
and a handful of murder
coTvictsq ads are said to be gangs
of off-duty policemen who
eliminate underworld figures in
nght vigilante ralds.


.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
1 WAS in Nassau on Wednesday on my way to Montego Bay,
Jamaica to attend a meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Inte Ah erica dPress AssociationM wn tnthe Hon. Arthuri Han

presentation to the House of the long-overdue budget.
I am going to write two articles on sidelines of his remarks
before leaving the island .... and then discuss the whole document
more leisurely when I return to the quiet of my apartment in
Coral Gables.
**$********
As is customary with all incompetent dictator governments,
this little man had to find a scapegoat in an effort to hoodwink
the public on all the colossal mistakes .... the gross
mismanagement of the colony's affairs .... during the six-year
period of administration by his Government.
**********
For the first time since the PIP gained control of the
Government he revealed what he claims to be the public debt. He
gave the figure as $65 million.
In making this statement he charged that the press had
misguided the public by indulging in uninformed speculation on
the amount of the public debt.
*+***+*****
Now let us examine the facts to determine whether the press
has been indulging in uninformed speculation. If so, why? And
whether this speculation was justifiable on the basis of the scant
information made available to the public by the Government?

*"When the PLP came to power six years ago they supposedly
found $15 million available in the Treasury for ready spending.
SIt soon became known that this money was quickly spent on,
among other things, paying members of the Government fabulous
salaries and entertainment and other allowances .... and on all
kinds of fruitless trips that were being made to distant places in
r feworld without any apparent justifiable reason or clear
~rpose. I am told of a case someone in a branch of Government
being delegated to attend a function abroad. His wife protested
tlhat she wanted to go too. And so public money was used, not
only to pay her expenses too but also to provide special clothing
~.. even down to her gloves .... for the occasion!
SThis is nothing unusual. It is the kind of thing that happens to
people when they find themselves touching real money for the

rsde ilme previous Governments men gave their services free to
thle country and when they went abroad on a public mission most
of them paid all their own expenses. Certainly no wives tagged
along on the public's money.
Anyway .... in one way or another the $15 million quickly
disappeared. What is more .... in the process, several areas of fixed
expenditure were created for which the Treasury must find new
aloney every year.
+**********
After spending what was considered at the time a small fortune
the Government went on a borrowing spree.
It borrowed all the money it could squeeze out of local banks.
The first loan it raised was apportioned between the banks,
suggesting that probably some pressure was brought on these
local institutions.
This is the practice followed by all the new governments with
dictatorial tendencies that have sprung up all over the world in
prevent years.
So our new boys were showing good form in the Dictator Club.
**+*+******
After exhausting their credit with local banks, they sought
loans in foreign markets.
On more than one occasion they ran up against resistance from
foreign banks. But from time to time the Government came out
with the information that it had secured a loan .... a most
disastrous achievement in an already rapidly diminishing
economy.
So much mystery surrounded these loans that the Opposition
in the House and the Press started to ask questions.
First they asked the Minister of Finance to reveal how much
the Government had borrowed.
The Finance Minister failed to provide this information.
This deepened the mystery. The Opposition and the Press
became concerned. There was no reason why the figure should
not have been revealed. And so they then asked whether any of
the loans had come from Communist sources.
The Minister avoided this question, thus suggesting that the
Govemment might be dealing with a Communist country.
~*++*******
And then, two years ago, the first definite piece of information
leaked out when it was revealed in the Draft Estimates presented
to the House by the Minister of Finance that it would take $11
million to finance the colony's debt that year.
Any reputable Govemnment in the world can borrow money at
5 percent interest. It therefore followed that if the Government
needed $11 million to finance its loans that year it must have
borrowed $200,000,000 on which about 5H percent was being
paid.
And so the Press was fully justified .... in the absence of more
Information from the Govemment .... in assuming that the debt
ivas $200,000,000.
Now Mr. Hanna says it is only $65,000,000. This means that
the Government was either redeeming its debt or paying interest
at the rate of between 17 and 18 percent.
If this is so, then the Bahamas Government is considered a
poor risk in the markets of the world. Certainly, it is clear that it
has just about exhausted its credit with a mountain of new fixed
expenditure to maintain!
If the Press had come to the wrong conclusion on the basis of
the figure sulpplied in the Estimates then it would have been a
simple thing for Mr. Francis, the now deposed Finance Minister,
to correct the error by making a simple statement of the facts on
the floor of the House.
But he didn't do this. Nor did the Prime Minister, who must


Sheo Gt~rtiit





JENNIFNER MAR UERITE JACQUELINE
KNOWLES DEGRAPH CROOKS


94 f oII I II I


WVEEKEN\D SPEOALS


I


Friday, Macrc 30, 1973.


girls will be on show in the
Polaris Room of Holiday Inn,
Paradise Island, at 7 p.m.
tomorrow when they compete
for the title of Miss Q.C. in the
Bahamas Q.C. Beauty Contest.
All the girls have entered as
flowers in the show organized
by Q.C. fellow-student,
Laurence Carroll.
Pictured here are four of the
g" rolyn Christine Rolle, 15,
has entered as Miss Yellow
Elder, the Bahamas' national
flower.
Miss Rolle, who measures
34-25-36V2, stands S'6" and
weighs 122 lbs. She has brown
eyes and dark brown hair. Her
hobbies are gardening, reading,
poetry, story writing, sewing,
and decorating. Her ambition is
to be a lecturer. She wants to
ma jor in speech and


measures 34-24-36, weighs I 10

seys anS laarndeadib
chancing.a She wants'ctaocbe a
millionaire."
Marguerite Ester Degraph,
15, competes as Miss Orchid.
She measures 34-25-35, weighs
h gense es anSI o le haail
She likes swimming and
travelling and wants to be a
secretary .
Jennifer Tiffany Knowles,
13, enters as Miss Savana Star.
She measures 34-23-35, weighs
106 lbs, stands 5'4" tall and
has dark brown eyes and
chstnutdacolouredsehar d
listening to music. Her
ambition is to be a
dermatologist.
*(All other contestants have
been published in previous
'""";'2 Gf ThribunFMEN
MISSING IN LAOS, 316
VIENTIANE (AP) U.S.
sources in Vientiane say four more
Americans missing in Laos might


mlasing In Laos is 316. Exactly how
many are still alive may take years
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ANOTHER BARCLAYS TRAINING COURSE COMPLETED:
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FOR 3 in 1 important press release from democracy and that democracy
LAWN SERVICE the Free National Movement! has rules. When the Opposition
Actually suppressing the says something the
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE Opposition and talking about G~overnment might not agree
PEST CONTROL f airplay in the same breath! with, just choke them off.
TROPICAL 2-2157 Bad scene. Forget that thousands of
No wonder the young young people would like to
people are so disgusted with hear what they have to say and
this establishment. Fairplay make their own judgment.

if Bet~~~houledsk nh ig ho he lnd Zl xpc to itres onh
begin when his own immediate people. The young people will
tMrunig p provd hm with laugh at theirthyoh a s efarp:
ong i topl rehp i ts su Batulmianthin isnt eto told
:f Sailing ex- two-facedness? sportsmen. Show them.
London and Liverpool by Do you know why they TROUBLED
rather be like Superfly and the Nassau
THE PACIFIC STEAM rest? Simple. Institutions like March 28.1973.
ZNS teach them how to behave CHARLIE BROWN & GANG
NAVIGATION CO. and what their values should IN ROSE BOWL PARADE
be. The main value is power. PASADENA. CALIFORNIA
due Fr eprt Never mind how you use it. (AP)- Charlie Brown and the gang
Drown fairplay. Just use your oakPeanuts ctomicistrip areogoin to
power, baby, and get what you parade in Pasadena. Selection of the
MADS SKOU- Sth April wa eho oun wae le Mr. ce oBdmasalohe siaraeswahs
A VESSEL 10th May


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Friday, March 30, 1973.


~II II)


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.EDITOR. T'he Tribune
co at week ol listened tora
Ed Bet I ripping offI some
young peoplepi for their bad
beha 1 inu~ r, lac k of
sport .Iionship and their
apparer:, preference for the
ways of had screen cats like
Superfly and Mr I troublee Man
Mr. Bethel was disturbed about


Bethel complains about have
the same thing that ZNS has.
The ZNS thing is their thing.
Talk smooth, be bad out
there and forget about fairplay.
Forget the fact that there are
rules in any game. Just win-
Forget the fact that we are
us osedr to be l;in i i


it all and he wanted to know
where do we begin to do
something about it.
Beautiful
But then that same ZNS at
the very moment Mr. Bethel
was rapping about
sportsmanship and coo


GOVERNMENT expects
to begin next month
issuing receipts for goods
received at the Produce
Exchange on P'otter s ('ay
Development Minister C'arlton
E. Francis revealed in the
lio se elrnancsd who has
agriculture and fisheries in his
portfolio, was answering
questions tabled last week by

Mr. Solomon had pointed
out thatine reeps wer n:

Exchange. Hie wanted to know
when receipts would be issued.
lie also asked why the
ministry waited until February
9 to order new hampers when
ln anuar frer 1 avmg


produce of farmers'i did not
readily and pracitiiclli lend
itself to the systemn of receipt\
Hloweve~r, the Issuing of
receipts to farmelcrs is undecr
coinsideration and is expected
to be put Into, ellect In \pril
193le said that aJ derlay at a
few weeks oc~curredl In the
process of re-st~ckingl hamiipers
~There is now ;n sample \upply
""= kapr JA an ~


re st~cking.l~ a noit urnusual
to farmers W~ith the .
replenilshing of (th rlsupply., (he
matterC' 1s k~'Ing1 taken~ careTC of1

Mcn"r! I.1I ranci haidnc the


Mlr Suollonion b~ut Inlv (o
dckVilli thec pr)ceSS of


TOURKISM and naton
Minister (`lemrent ~ Maynard Is to
be the guest of1 ho~nour at a
dinner dance C n he~llllllld .I the '
Nassau Beac~h Hlotel Saurday 3
evening

Centre. which Is also, raffitng a
19)73 Pontiac to raise fuinds f~r
the G;ambler (communrnity 1)ay
C'are C'entre
Principal speakerz for the


Rpe repre~senting the
Paradse Isand romnotron
Boa;rd .Ind Mr1 Ho~lland (
Smii th, president of tht
B~ahma 3hamber of '
Col re Kty 1)r R I C(ooper
will offer Ithe' prayr!c
( o~cktal\ wlll be~ served at
7 .3() Pm a1 nd dilnner at 8 p.mr.
I utertaiinmient w.Ill beC
prov\idedl by Ih Il(rab, Man.


produce fled ham rs a h
Exchange had not been given
empty hampers in exchange.
Mr. Francis told the
House this morning that "up to
now the system of handling the


CLOSED Sg A ann

FOR CIA WISH
THE C'LOSE:D season for
the taking of crawfish starts at
midnight Saturday and will
remain in force until


DUE NASSAU


U.S. SEGMENT OF COMMISSION PULLS OUT SATURDAY
WASHIN(;TON (Al')Th tt ertntuithfu-pwrJnt
Mlinatry (comm~nisxionl in So~uth vietnamll ih clpecte to, Fgo out ofI bucine~ss
shortly. The anlnouncemenllt came sho~rt! ;fter a1 North Vietrlnamese
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vfte < 3 riss e~ sin eelt! S. upo~kesmlan inl Paris \ay\ nro negotiations
Pentagorn hLpokestn Ih s i i yshth 50Aeicn wofrmte
U.S. segment of the ('lmiis~ \II be pulled oiut in Sat~urday.


MADS SKOU APRIL 6th


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-MAY I Ith
JUNE 3rd


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During ~ ti eod t is an

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Study
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NASSAU, BAHAMAS
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Wite Gribtuno


- Raps 'doubletalk' from ZNS


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Govt. will soon issue reeeiptS


10 farmr IHSfo r woods received


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"NASSAU'S FRESCH~EST CHICKEN"


and dummy's 9, 8, 7 of
Diamonds were played. "I calm
the rest", he said, like a man in
a dream.
After a few moments pause,
he said, "May I have that
bidding again?"
"You may not", said West,
who had less sense of humour
than the others. "'Next hand."
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_ __1_ __ ___


Friday, March 30, 1973.


MOST Bridge players are
always full of ancedotes. All
too often their stories fall into
one of two categories: either it
is a tale of woe, telling how
they were fixed by sneaky
opponents, or incredible
distribution, or a cloddish
part ner, or else it is some tale
of triumph, brought about by
the flash of genius which the
listener is required to recognize
and applaud.
Less frequently we hear of
the lucky accident. This is
strange, because the game is so
full of them. Take the
following case.



none


clutched his head in agony,
West doubled, East roared with
fresh laughter, and the dummy
went down.
West, having led the Ace of
Dia ln on ds, sa w with
satisfaction that it brought an
encouraging 10 from his
partner, and continued with a
small Diamond. South won
with the King, then led the
Jack of Spades. It held. Now a
small Spade to the Queen. The
Ace brought down West's King,


puzzled at North's belligerence,
thought he would clear the air
by giving delayed Heart
support for his partner. He bid
3 Hearts.
Now it was South's turn to
double. Had North not
announced a near-minimum
with good Spades and
Diamonds? And could he not
see in front of his eyes those
lovely five trumps? West
hurriedly took out the double
into 4 Clubs. North, who by
now was regretting his foray,
passed, as did East.
faiouth nwbdid one evhi
he had a really crucial problem
at the table, he felt distracted
by the presence of the others,
so he had the habit of getting
up from the table, and walking
slowly round in a circle at the
fac n of the am dt thel e
.o .la hi ed n ov
the proceedings with a certain
amount of detachment. Now
he laid his cards on the table,
and with an apology rose to his
feet.
"Going out on patrol?"
as ed North, who knew of his

Aou not e owipimtechled
partner's hand. As Hearts had
been bid on both sides of him,
North m stN itvoid.dAs Club


three of them. The hidden
hand began to take shape in
South's mind as he weaved his
mao around the furruture Th



AK xxx
none
Axxxx
In that case, 4 S ades onht
to be worth a shot. His mind
made up, he started back for
the table
Meanwhile, North had ben
entertaining te o ers wit a
store of his ownthwhi h had
no thing t o wit Brdge a
lall, amd h vig joie t dt e
lughte hc greed h n
of the story he quietened down
just in time to hear South say

4 pads Iorth qite for ot
there had been an pat9iots
bidding. Here was his sedate
and earnest partner launching
out into 4 Spades all on his
o h. "Six Sp des" said North


THE TOP FORM STUDENTS of Queen's College got
first hand information this week on the importance of
tourism to the country. Addressing the students was Mr.
John Defeveauxc, Assistant Director of Tourism. Using
colour slides, Mr. Deleveaux said, among other things,
"Tou rism will take more planning and more co-ordination in
the years ahead. It will take more information and more
brainpower, more and better transportation and
accommodation, more attractions, events and activities,
more promotions and more involvement." Mr. Deleveaux is
standing at the right.
PHOTO: Lorenzo Lockhart


NO re 81ITct IO H


On TOA flying


today tha tOhT airl eo rs etil fligadcuindpol b
nusireading recent newspaper headlines.


K 96
7 5
A 6 54
A J10 4


>
J 98
Q 10
K Q 98 76 5


K J
3 2
This hand was dealt during
an in ter-city match;
North-South were vulnerable,
and East was the dealer.
At the first table, East
opened 3 Qlubs, South passed,
anhd West bid a sporting 3NT,
whe::-o he oryody passed
otherwise, led a natural 3 of
Shades, ake wit rut ou


going, went for game with 7
Club tricks and the Ace of
Diamonds.
"Should be a good one for

ds, h e ne a r e o s t e h n s

the understatement of the
year.
At the other table, a pair
from the same team held the
North-South cards, unaware, of
course, of events at the other
table. This time, the East
player didn't fancy his hand a

d"cide eninpas Sm th aansd
passed, and West, third to
speak with a thin 12-pointer
against vulnerable opponents,
thought this was the right
moment to throw a spanner
into their works. With straight
face and sober voice he bid I
Heart. North passed. What
else?


travel and the airline is looking
forward to a properous and
bright future," said the source.



COMES TO TOWN
AFTER a lengthy spell at a
western outpost, the Bahamas
Contract Bridge Club has now
moved rih into th eart o
things. Its new home is in the
New Providence Room of the

iHot""". The f?.oorty mebr
friends who turned up for the
first tournament at the new.
premises were impressed by the
superb playing conditions:
com ort, quiet, excellent
lighting, and easy access to a
aEvery Tuesday and Friday at
8 p.m. the Club will welcome
all Bridge players, both
resident and visiting. Even
though the Club offers very
Uittle Rubber Biridge thse das


occasional Swiss Team event,
no player even someone who
has not been playing very long
need feel that these events
are for experts only. No matter
what the type of competition
is on any evening, a player can
always take it one hand at a
time, bid and play as he would
at home, and let the others
worry about the scoring
methods. Gradually he will
learn the variations of
approach needed to do
consistently well in the various
types of competition, but in
the meanwhile he will enjoy
himself in the company of
some very sociable people,
playing in a superb setting.
Acting as host and
Tournament Director on most
evenings is Mr. Fred Rubbra, a
life-long enthusiast and devotee
of the game, and a man who is
always willing to offer friendly
advice to the beginner. If you
would like to take part, but
didn't have someone to go

hl n wit do s p rt ne r M r

reached at 77658, and is
alb ys hppymto tal so a yone


I Wer want the public to
nwc,\ tha3t Irans Oceanic is
ilb upC and~ to pointf out that the
r h ni c ~in ree v tei

.no \cheduled airline and does
inl no wa~ly stop uts from flying,"

lrainf Oceanic is moving
!I1""'t wi"h plans to add more
deshnatioiicns to its list of places
olffred travel agents for
boo~ckinig groups.
8-21n Ocean"c:is t =he
o~ffers nion-scheduled passenger'
Ircigh and minl service to "
n number of Eur op ean
de ~cinations.
Her are also happy to report
that bookings are coming in at
a tremendous pace. We are
extremely excited about the
reception Trans Oceanic has
rceivedtfrotn travel agents withhe

said
Trn Ocai Ied it
pre-inaugural po ti fli h

145 journalists, investors and
"" ine ex cuti a to Freeport

"TOA will have its inaugural
flight shortly and this will be
announced when everything is
finalised." said the source.
T`rans Oceanic plans to draw
people from previously
untapped markets in Europe'
'"' Middle Fast and Africa.
"We feel we are opening a
completely new tourist market
for theta Baharmas, he slaidfl a
Boeing 707 aircraft which has
been modified at a cost of
more than $150,000 for
increased passenger safety and
comfort,
All-inclusive tours will be
offered with all first-class
service and complimentary
cocktails and wine served
throughout the flights.
Passengers will be allowed to

rthr 66hapoutnh 44 pao n
allowed hby other airlines. Six
ste:"'::',es ande sn us ad

Giqt ns Oceanic feels it will
add a new dimension to air


AIRLINES need Reservationists,
Stewardesses, Ground Hostesses,
FREE plus many other benefits.
18-35.


Ticket Agents, Stewards,
Ramp Agents. TRAVEL
Young men and women


HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS needed to operate
draglines, backhoes, cranes, dozers, loaders, etc. Earn big
money in a man's job.
HOTEL IMANAGEMENT offers good pay, many benefits.
Excellent opportunities for Managers, Assistant Managers,
Housekeepers, Desk Clerks. Begin training at home now,
followed by practical training in the States.
Mail coupon today for free Information.

ALPHA TRAINING SCHOOLS IN
139 N.E. S4th St., Miami, Fla. 33137

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We have an opening for a
RESERVATIONS/TICKET AGENT
Thorough knowledge of Lufthansa Reservations and
Ticketing Procedures required. Also must be fluent in
German and English languages.
If qualified please send your resume to:
Lufthansa
P. O. Box N-7547
Nassau, Bahamas



I LuWu~lL PEI UNII UUEll LHIUL
TE NT FUMIGAT ION
RODENT CONTROL
INSECT CONTROL
LAWN SPRAYING
filr / REE~: inspection --- phone
NASSAU -- 4-1332
FREEPORT --- 2-5521

Rentokil Laboratonies Ltd.




1 SATU~~MATINEE 3:00 & 4:55R TP,"f'.'.P"
r~ I
"BANDOLERO"
1 ~Starring I
JAME'S STE-WART DE;AN MARTIN 5
**.-------~---.-------
NOW SHOWING 1
Except Sat. Matinee, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
Sunday Matinee 2: 30 & 4:55, Evening 8:30 I
i: The measure of a man is
I ~how tall he walks. I


I/ give them law
and order ordi rig



CINE RAMA RELEASING presents



ABCPProductn wee..e.....c,~ ~i~,
JOE DON BAKER ELIZABETH HARTMAN
NO ONE UNDER 7 ADMIrTTED
Reservations not claimed by 8: 15 will be sold
on first come, fisst served basis.


Saturday Matinee Only Saturday Only
Matinee starts at 2:15
I "TE OBONGBOX. G.Continuous Showings from 3~
SPeter Cushinp "THE RAW EDGE" G.
Christopher Lee
PLUS Rory Calhoun
"SAGA OF HEMP BROWN" G. Yvonne De Carlo
Rory Calhoun
Beverly Garland PLUS
Starts Saturday Night 8:30 "VENGEANCE
Sunday Matinee Starts at 2: 15 OF SHE" G.
"PRIME CUT"Evnn :3 R. John Richardson
Lee Marvin Olinka Berova
SGene Hackman
PLUS
"SOUTH OF HELL PLUS Late Feature
MOUNTAIN" R. Saturday night.
Martin J. Kelley
SAnna Stewart



SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE STARTS AT 2:00 s
I "ONE MORE TIME"

SPE:TER LAWFORD SAMMY DAVIS I
1 ~-PLUS-


"I WALK THE LINE.
Starring
GREGORY PECK TUESDAY WELD

STARTS SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30
Sunday continuous from 4: 30- 'Phone 3-4666







A4N AVCO EMBASSY RELEASE COLOR g
MARK( LESTER BRITT EKLAND
PLUS -



TECHNICOLOR-' PANAVISION~
AN AVCO EMBASSY RELEASE AIW



I~N ONE UNDI R 17 ADMITTED.D


By Abigedl Van Burren
e in or carcsstennes. Y. News swas., a
DEAR ABBY: I am 22 and am planning my wedding. I
want srorordty sisters and cousins about my age in my wa
ding party as I have no sisters. My fiance has one sister,
ale nd sanoemy8al bhM h hav see her and sh is a
raving beauty. Please don't think I am a terrible person,
but every bride wants to be the star of her own wedding,
and if this 15-year-old knockout is in the wedding party, she
will make me look like a dog.
I can't begin to describe this girl's beauty. She has a
beautiful figure, long blonde hair, and big blute eyes. She
does some professional fashion modeling. When she walks
d o ulsd usethe exc that she's too young, but she
doesn't look young. I want to do the right tidng, but I don't
want to spoll my own wedding by inviting this kind of
competition. Please help me MJEAID USDWN -

DEAR JEALUSUI: No matter tow beautifel others to
the weddlag prrt are, the bride's glow of happlaess come.


RE -OPENING SATURDAY
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)









NOW NASSAU'S MOST DISTINGUISHED LATE NIGHT
RENDEZVOUS 9:00R M. 'TIL .....


Have notear...
the COUn is hef6



N0.1 Bay Street



within his all-Bahiamian revue
Fire dancer Limibo dancer Plus
the Count's own rhymes.
Naughity & Otherwise

plus
Dancing to the rhythm of

TONY SEYMOUR

and the Wightheaters


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Friday, March 30, 1973.


Since I'm the onre with the klargg beam, I alasbs
it at my place. This year anephew crb ad M E
could bring his wife's paruents ad .tso some at her othir
reladives. They lie rigst In towm. A said In r ~arryr Ind
this is a family reunion and those people are strngers to
me. I also considered how out t hanbd it could get d
everybody started including THEIR relatives by marriage.
WRell, this nephew said, "Gee, what am I golog to de? I
already invited them."
I told hkan he could make me the heavy. Tob simply teB
them that he Invited them before clearing it with me, and I
**e da of the reunion this nephew and his wife called
Do't o think this nephew wasl out of lne? Or was i
wrong? AUNT~IE
DEAR AUNTIE: He was out of line-and yea were set
wraong.
Probems? You'll feel better tr yes get it *R year hest
For a peroa~l relyl write to ABBY: Bez No. 4879 E. A.
Calif. agees. Emeles stamped. self-addressd envelpe.


--- -- -- ---- tr gvn e ain n resoa dl
can match. Remember this, then make a decision you can
live with.
DEAR ABBY: Between you and me, the people id.
write to you are either morons, or they're just plain at UpIS

DEAR HARRY: Which are YOUt
DEAR ABBY: My husband of four years has just an-
nounced he plans to attend his first wife's funeral. [She is
nearing the end of a terminal illness.]
My husband divorced this woman to marry me. So fa
knw whtnyou thiko the me and wab I sol don d h
expects me to attend? SECOND TIME AROUND
DEAR SECOND: I think the fact that he plans to
attend her funeral is to his credit. Since he divorced her to
har yu e probably wil not expect you to attend. But
m he dos iI you think your presence there will compound
the sorrow for her family and friends. stay home.
DEAR ABBY: Our family likes to get together once a


Arrived today: Mardi
G;ras, Skyward from St.
'Thomas
Shamaroclk Ego foT Eldutah ra
Arriving Tomorrow:
The Bahama Star, Flavia,
Freeport, Emerald Secs from
Miami; Tropic Day from West
Palm Beach.
WEATHER


TIDES
THigh 4:19 an
Low 10 29 am

SUN
Rises 6 07 a.mn
Sets 6 24 p.m
MOON


n.and 4:42,
n.and 10:48


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* COMPLETE LINE OF SELECTED WINES AND LIOUOR
* MUSIC FOR DANCING AND LISTENING TO


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C9321
EXPERIENCED COOK with
knowledge of hotel cooking -
agk 30 years and over
references required. Call
2-8395.
C7289
JOB TITLE: Instrument
Repairman
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumentat-
lon experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repairtcalibrate f6st and
adrust any type of integrating,

in i aig orgrn cmcelectr i a
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.
C7293
JOB TITLE: Foreman
Mechanical Maintenance.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the mechanical
m intenance inatil inistaneact onn

and testing of equipment for
the entire cement plant. The
facilities include hammer mill
crusher, cranes, conveyors

copessorc, oal erills, pi in '
boilers, oil handling and firing
equipment a~nd dutcle ao s
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport


C90566
1 CONVERTIBLE couch
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 2501b. trunk food freezer.
Call 77947.
C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc,
owner leaving island soon. Call
Glen Hepburn, 5-7102.


CMAOGANY tCH NA ca iet
battery-operated power-drive
car. Phone 3-2732. Two Aqua
recliners Phone 3-1251

C9210
1 --6 yard Dump Truck. Like
new
1 1 bag used concrete mixer
Good condition,
Call 22098.
C9294
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
be ige abohAprl 61973
3 Din ng Room Suite F h
Provi oom (ute one Frenc
Prvncia l

F diio. Tlephone 4 24
afe p.m


C9332
WILL MRS. MYRTIS
MONCUR FORMERLY OF
CAT ISLAND PLEASE
CONTACT ESSO STANDARD
OIL S. A. LIMITED AT

T LBPLHONE SNUMBE

POSITION M ED


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.



C9300
USED PAPER BACKS wanted
for Aquinas College booksale.
Please deliver donations to
school office.

WORK WANITED
C9322

Axprience woulerlik~e o tyea
employed as maid. Telephone
5-4420.

HEIIE PM TED
C9250
BARCLA YS BAN K
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
.O. Boxx F2 0 Freepor


wi GC3.E2 standard on


C9295

MariURGBiNlgs WAquarist as
Curator. Apply: Manager,
Seafloor Aquarium 3-6896


C9335
BEAUTICIAN TO OPERATE
BEAUTY SALON AT
TREASURE CAY.
Qualifications Required. At
least two years experience -
Capable of running beauty
salon (one Beautician
operation), preferably
experienced in both men and
wo en bhtairno c tial a
men.
Kindly send resume to:-
"Beautician" P. O. Box
N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas. or
tl' phone 2-2415, 2-8730 Ext.

C9350 .FULL TIME live in
maid. Telephone 5-6219.
C9343
LABOURER to engage in
maintenance and landscaping
of large property. Must be
willing to do rock work,
levelling, cleaning and
g ardeni ng. Contact Mrs,
Turnquest at phone 2-3228.


MOBTULE: Convyo rC eane


a IUM EuXPERIa CE
Experience not essential.
DUTI ES/R ESPONS IBI L sT ES

points. Interested Applicant

Department. BahPm earomenel
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.

9A346ED: Gardener to live in
year round. Must have
references. Telephone 41078.

C7290
JOB TITLE: Payloader
Operator
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Goo basic education.
yearsU EXPERIENCE: 3-5
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILIT~IES:
IIperates payloader to load
lmes one into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
Interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company. P. O. Box
F-00, Freeport.


C8947



Mackey Street
&e Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING

IATAECAUG E ENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING

S ELET NEVC
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN~ PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796.
2-3797, 2-3798
Aciroort 77434

C8105
TRY US FOR SAFE SURE
CLEANING! ABCO'S NEW
*SUPER STEAM' CARPETS,
UPHOLSTERY TEL:
51071-2-3-4.
C9282
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
MoU C,5 May Stree~tL ext OF
Frank's Place.

P TO AWN INGS AND
CARPORTS AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and
prompt service call 2-8421.


C9184
BASICALLY FURNISHE 2
bedrooms (1 bedroom

oihnd ivin a~nd dining barth,
washing machine. Montrose
Avenue. Telephone 2-1722-5
and 2-3865

BAS ALLY FURNISHED
bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen

Mnrose avenue. Telep oe
2-1722-5 and 2-3865.

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


C8944
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C9256
14 FOOT GLASTRON -
excellent condition. Ideal for
fishing and skiing. $500. Night
phone 4-1429. Day 2-8262.
C9336
20' BERTRAM 1969, fully
eupedO rn 0s Wierecruise .
3-1020 after 6 p.m.
C9281
25ft. BERTRAM only fourteen

malldyso35673 flie 6 rno
4-3037.

C9330
BAYSHORE MARINA
P. O. Box 5453
Nassau
Phones 28232/3
USED BOATS

28' BERTRAM Flybridge
Cruiser, many extras, excellent
condition $25,200.00

4'ip-to-so4 eRA hp. Sgul I
engine. $6,500.00.
24' FJORD ship-to-shore
Fathometer, lovely
accommodations for 6
$13,50 0 0

22' SEA RAY Cabin Cruiser
with 215 h~p. OMC engines*
many extras $8,000.00
20' BERTRAM sportsman
(1969 model) with 160 h.p.
engine Mercruiser $4,750.00
20' BERTRAM Bahla Mar with
160 Mercruiser $4,500.00
17' MAKO (1972) with 115
hAp. Mercury outboard, Bimini
top, trailer $3,700.00


VAHTS AND BOATS LTD

CH RIS-C RAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS


C9296
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY,
Administrative Assistant.
Applicant must have good
secretarial skills and at least 3

seceatar ale pst n. Financi
and legal background helpful'
aswel ras working kn~o ld
Interested persons should write
the Personnel Officer at P. O
Box N-3909, Nassau. *

E9212Standard Oil S. A.
Limited has a vacancy for a
Graduate Engineer to work in
the Bahamas. Applicants must
have a University Degree in
Mechanic al or Civil
Engineering, preferably with at
least three years practical
experience, and must be
Bahamian citizens. Qualified'
Energetic, keen men willing to
make career with Esso should
apply in writing stating their
qP. k to s-3 37, Nasu N
P., Bahamas. As there may be
Bahamians now working
overseas who would be
inerestd in euornEg homeu t

appreciate this being brought
,to their attention.
C9340
WANTED: Gardener wages
$40 per week. Phone Herman
Neely 3-2685.
C9286
FULLY EX PE RIE NCED
ACCOUNTANT needed.
Accounts receivable, accounts
payable, to trial balance,
Excellent working conditions,

inodmatian apply F pero h
Stoe We a BMangr Mayfair


IIELP MNITED
C7270
FREEPORT CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY LTD. requires one
mechanic foreman with five
years experience in repairing
diesel adnd gasoftir cksngirms,

ready-mix trucks.
Also needed is one mechanic
h rnerw rieprevious service:
Interested persons should
contact Mr. George Stockdale:
at P. O. Box F-2410, Freeport,:
G52 91 Bahama. Phone

CA84NEE: (1) Computer
Draughtsman and Print Room
Operator. Good mathematical
background necessary.
(2) Chainmen with at least two
years experience.
Apply to: R. Warren &
Associates Ltd., P. O. Box
F-836, Freeport.
C7286
REFINERY ENGINEER
Must have minimum of six
years recent experience as

opr tng rEngineer of cihnemicaan
plants work involves the
development of a variety of
capital, expense and
maintenance projects for
proposed and existing facilities,
pro iig tedcehictam a vice a

trouble-shooting plant design
prob lems. Degr ee in
Mechanical Engineering
required.
Mail resume in confidence to:
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company P. O. Bo x
F-2435, Freeport, Bahamas.
C7294
RADIO TELEPHONE
OPERATOR (HARBOUR) -
Musht sbe able to communicate

rsne Coe snd abioit t end
and read incoming code
messages distinct asset. Night
work required on rotating shift
basis.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C7288
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-
For General Manager of
Oceanus Hotels Ltd., Must be
fast and accurate at shorthand
and typing. Proficient in all
duties related to Executive
Secretary. At least three years
previous xein a
Secretary neceex ry for thi
position.
CREDIT MANAGER* To
handle all Accounts Receivable
for both Hotels. Must be
familiar with travel agents
coupons, credit cards, etc..
Compose and type own
correspondence and post
accounts on NCR 4200.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: To


Must have at least five years
experience in Hotel and
stly fOe anus Hotels Ltd.,

Pesnne Dp t. GRo~ya Pal
F-531.


SCTO30UR TV
1 Refrigerator
1 Stove
1 Washing Machine
Other Household Items.
Corner of Village and Waterloo
Roads. Phone 24119 from 9
a.m. 5 p.m.
C9339
BARG IS ARG d S


fbrfaas t o io with trailer an


engine. $65.00. R
mbiec cnaP in wtdio/recoer

$80.900. 0
(6) 4 daw Ces f rwer s h /
Yo elect finih $2.00


(7) Boy's "Chopper" bicycle
(8 HH.P. Johnson Sea-Horse
engine 5275.00
Eltr dou prp2cO 0. items
Call 3-2054 9 a.m. to 10 p.m
C9328
TYPEWRITER, record player,

tos er.m A prect cdit on
Write P. O. Box N8009,
Nassau.
C9327
HOME STEREO turntable
speakers, tuner amp'
Telefunken tape recorder 6'
8 Movie Projector. Canl 2 3.

C92RECORD PLAYER
Ioorl slid state stereo
wiotor aM, FM radio in 5ft

'untue I clntpis un .
850.u .hn 32019 '


FOR RElT

C7B DROOM, 2 Bath Duplex
$200.00, CATV included.
1 Bedroom, water, garbage,
CATV included, $150.00
Freeport 352-2126.

HELP WANTED
C7269
JANITOR/PORTER: To wash
and scrub floors, clean rest
rooms, etc., also to assist in
100 ing and unloading of
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC:
livservicetrand maintain
equipment, etc.. At least threT
years exper ence and good
re erences requ red.AH
Bply KR Y LD B HAMA
Highway Free ort G.B.,uP.nOs
Box F-7 7 '
C7285
ONE MAN TO RUN
CHICKEN FARM, GROWING
BI RDS AND TAKI NG CARE

BAHAMLAAN PRNEG ER RHEN S
CON TACT: BAHAM1AS
POULTRY CO., LTD., PHONE
352-7897.
C8950
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
cs iferd cAccoutat har d
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office
Successful candidates will b
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Appl icant should
apl n writin to the Staff
Partneri Pwic inWaterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport. Bahamas '


C9288
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
house Sapphire Ridge Road,
Sans Souci 3 bedrooms (2
airconditioned) 2 baths, study.
maid's room, wall to wall
carpet throughout, all
ceder-lined closets. Available
for long lease May 15th. Phone
3-6262-3.

C8959
Ic TWN furnish t roo s

to25n property for sale. Phone

C9342
EFFICIENCY apartment,
separate bath and toilet. For
further particulars call 5-8679
ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C9341
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home
separate dining room, fully
furnished airconditioned, five
minutes walk to Montagu
Beach in quiet area. Phone
28504 day 51647 night.
C9337
One Efficiency apartment, also
one furnished room suitable
for two reserved ladies or men.
Phone 5-1044.

C9198
APARTMENTS on Blue Hill
Road south, one block south
of Soldier Road. Washing
machine. Drier and master T.V.
antenna on premises.
Telephone 23287.

C9349



bedroom apartmon ts.
airconditioned, carpeted, $210
per month. Phone 2-3010.


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C9021
LARGE SHOP for rent, 3000
square feet, 6th Terrace
Centreville. Can be used as
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1'731 or
3.1583.

C9258
YOUR WEEKLY RENT TOO
MUCH?
$20 per week can get four
room house with good yard
space and toilet facilities in
Bain Town. Contact Mr.
Adderley at 36693 evenings
and weekends.
C8939


Inquire 4-2017.
C9176
AVAILABLE April 1st
airconditioned, fully furnished
I bedroom apartment,
including T.V. and telephone -
Brooklyn Avenue. Phone
3-1329.


C9249
DAVSON REAL ESTATE
AGENCY PRESENTS:
Smashing bargains of 3 and 4
bedroom houses in Nassau's
prestigious areas, split level
houses etc. $40,000 and up.
LOVE BEACH 4 bedrooms
with swimming pool. 3 and 4
bedrooms in the following:.
Westward Villas, Skyline
Heights, Prospect Ridge, Grove
(West Bay). Highland Park,
Village Road, Dick's Point
Brace Ridge, Glengariff
Gardens, Sans Souci, Grey
Stone, Winton, Nassau East,
Sea Breeze, Imperial Park, and
Gleniston Gardens
MoORT rAGEdAre I AL

throughout Nassau and Family
Islands.
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY LTD
Phones 21178, 35408 P. O
Box N4648, Nassau.
C9264
UN USUAL HOUSE on
waterfront Eastern Road, 40ft.
lounge with fireplace and
minstrels gallery, dining room
Bahama room leading to
to race pa isr overlookn t

h dras uite, two bathrooms,
cathda ceiling throughout'
taste ully furnished, 2 car
grag 08d two cabana4. 1 dT


C9247
ELECTRICAL APPLIAN.
CES Dishwasher, Sunbeam
Mixer, etc. and household
furnishings bunks and chest of
drawers etc. Phone 53477 after
3:30 p.m.


C9347
1966 FORD MUSTANG
Convertible 6 cylinder. Good
condition $500.
1965 FORD ANGLIA ~
standard shift, right hand drive*
good condition. Taxed and
tested. $450 0.N.O. Phone
Miss Anderson day 2-1025
evening 2-1679.

C9329
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD-
1970 FORD ESCORT,
Blue Std. 4Dr. $995
1972 VENTU RA,
A/C, Bucket Seats, Gold $4950
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. CboOAuto. lue $16 0

1972 VIVA S/W,
Automatic White $2600
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE
4 Dr. Sedan *
Blue/White $2000
1 972 PONTIAC VENTURA,
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio, Orange $3500
1969 FORD TURINO $1200
1969 FIAT 1 24 S/W
Std. 4 *r $5
1971 F RD CAPRI AUTO.5O
Blue 815
168 DODGE DART, $80
Green$850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD,
Blue A/C $2800
1971 FORD MAVERICK
Auo. eadA $1950

4 Dr9 Aut -reenE $800
AuDr. Vn l
1971 RAMBLER $40
Auto. Blue 821 0
1969 PONTIAC GTO 00
A/C Viny IGre $2
1968 FORDr ECORT $00
Blue $9
1970 VIVA$65
2 Dr. Auto. Black $500


O posite tehe 6ePlant


C9324
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRED VALCIN of Port de
Paix, Haiti is applying to the
Governor for naturalisation
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts to the Deputy Governor,
Baha mas.


0C9338
OFFICE MANAGER /
TiCHNICAL
ADMINISTRATOR
The above position is
immediately open to
Ba hemians who are
experienced with Architectural
Planning and Engineering terms
and have high secretarial skills
in Shorthand, Typing,
Bookkeeping to Trial Balance
and Lease Preparation. The
applicant must also have
experience in the Property
Management field and would
be responsible for the running
of a small office and the
supervision of Field Staff and

aol in raquire ddo r cu

LOWES &, ASSOC IATES
2-1741-2


C9334

SEMI HFORTSOPLOUT EAST
2 miles from town. Has 3
bedrooms 2Mr baths furnished,
plus DEN, PLUS COMPLETE
UNIT. 1 bedroom, 1 bath,
kitchenette, last but not least,
ONE ACRE of grounds with
some views of sea. Come see by

DaL ponmD MIANOS, THE

EAsMSY:1F RELO es


C9030




funpserv onEsiderton ho d

Highland Plark. $200 -wter
Batf ba and gas nlue. hne
35729.e 31 Mri cul

an fr men 250atractione t
Cal Cervster Tof rmpse onReal
Esat 247778.




A ERO partments onElzbe
igaundry parking T.V anterin'
arcnditsioneld.Poed 54631'




a armentaoudt e t pvte y

couple ol. No5 pets $275 per
mont h.se Call so CETR a
2.4777 or 477-205atr or


931 FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom,
tV bath ariensdence ivi
rom, sep rate dining

porch, patio, carport,oeo .
Large lot, fruit orchard.
$85,000 furnished or
nearest offer.
2. Buy of the week in
attractive three-bedroom.
t o-tuth cues dence in

Montagu hilltop area. in
short walk to Queen's
holge and Montagu
bac Low price of
n4c9,0 (s bf rndished
washing machine, new

12l aTndn aends Hi A
bargain at that price.
Terms available


Outstanding buy in
delig ht ful hi Ilt op
residence near Montagu.
Three bedrooms, two
baths, living room, dining
room, patio, kitchen,
Laundry, two-car garag*
etc. Favourable terms
available to suitable
fprrolspedct. $60,000

M. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE

Nassau *
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042


C7292
JOB TITLE: Appropriation
Clerk
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High sou g or oequivb n.
.book-keeping is desirable.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years practical accounting
office experience of clerical
work.
DUn IEn RaE ONcIIIr u :
petty cash working funds*
control and reporting of capital
expenditures, preparation of
monthly journal vouchers,
posting and balancing I.C.C'
general ledger, prepare
preliminary y fina nc ial
statements, posts and
reconciles subsidiary detail
accounts and prepare reports as
required.
o erstd Appiant tC n ct'

Celn RCompany P. O. Box


C9355
( PIECE rattan Set, full
bedroom and living room,
sinl besd Swith honaddoerdduy
lawn mower.
Oasis water cooler, electric
drill, washing machine and
various electrical appliances.
High Vista. Telephone 42724.



C9217
PLANNING TO BUY

Act noAl LHOlTop lots,



FRAN C REY
REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets
CACLLTODAY -



C9348
REWARD. Return of Jewellery
lost Feb. 17th near Sheraton.
Mail, registered S. Warren,
General Delivery, Micksville,
11801, N.Y. U.S.A.

PETS FOR SLE
C9345
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY
Thoroughbred Male 3
months old. Ali Shots. Classic
Markings. Telephone 2-1741 -
Business hours.

CAIRS FOR SALE
C9320
1968 COUGAR V/8,
~welnd ohp o ly 92 0

31909p


C9303
FOR SALE
Bedroom 2 bath house
ieabreeze Estates $27b00.
Mortgage~ available. Contact
international Managemelnt &
nvestmnent Services at 2-2504.
:9278
OWNER LEAVING

0m MI Oy trnishd hr cetl
eine Ohnson Tel a e


C7287
MANAGER OPER TONS

BEQUIRED BET GRANM
COMPANY, A PARTNER OF
BAHAMAS OIL REFINING
COMPANY. ENGINEERING
DEGREE AND AT LEAST
FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE
IN REFINERY PROCESS,
PROJECT T, AN D/O R
PLANNING FUNCTIONS
REQUIRED. MUST HAVE
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
WITH CRUDE OIL
EVALUATIONS, WORKING
KNOWLEDGE OF FUEL OIL
0 UALIT Y, BLENDING
CHARACTERISTICS AND
UTILITY FU EL
REQUIREMENTS. ABILITY
TO ASSIST IN PREPARA-
TION OF CRUDE SUPPLY
AND PRODUCT
CONTRACTS. CO-ORDIN-
ATE DEVELOPMENT AND
EXECUTION OF SUPPLY
AND MANUFACTURING
OPERATIONS PL AN,
PER FORM RECONCILIA-
TION STU DIES OF
COMPANY'S OPERATIONS,
ASSIST IN THE
DE VELOPMENT OF
MOMPAY APR G EE .

ENGIN EE RING DEGR EE
PREFERRED.
PEAS REPLY STA IN

F25, REEPO T, GRt8ND
BAHAMA.


9291
OT 50 x 100 Golden Gates
,ction one. $4,200 or nearest
ffer. Phone 24436 or 34879
9333
FOR SALE
HOUSE VILLAGE ROAD
REA. Have house 4
,drooms, 2 baths unfurnished
wooden structure spacious
rner plot Village Road area.
nly asking $22,000.00. Comne
e aytime.
IAL DAMIANOS for Action.
lones 22033, 22305, 22307
,nings 41197.


9344 $75 DEPOSIT secure
lot In YAMACRAW BEACH
~TATES. Paymentsr from
ly $80 month. Priced from
i,800. NO INTEREST. From
x 100. Utilities soon
mpleted. Lake front lots
mn 27,500. 5100 deposit.
Is 2*3027 or 24r148
ORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ITATE


WSE FOR SALE Hillside
tate. Contact Jerome Bethel
dder Clors, Palmdale, Hourse


For Best Results Use


The Tribune Cisasfieds.


Whr Wrthant


CLASSIFIED


Eg LP MATED


REAL ESTATE


FOl RENT


CARS FOR~ SAE


IEP YILIEI


'IR16E SERVICES


EM MM WWWWWWWWWlall Ig


G RAND BAHAM~

I CL ASSIF IED .:


MAGNUM MARINE

AVON INFLATABLES
21foot Barone runabout of
fibregiess with center consul.
Has 115 h.p. Evinrude for
poe and many extras

25 foot Bertram Flybrid r
sport fisherman with twin 160
Boat and a iser i/outboards.
Ba nd g nes have just had
a com l e overhaul and are as
no.kng $ 4000.00
25 foot fibreis CoIwt
twin 160 h~p Marruses. Coa wt
ship-to-shore, outcruisers. Has
chairs and are $6 r0 fish

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Now is the time to bu yu
Scuba Gear. AII Scuuba a d

sm ow rier Evrythn l e
at Nassau's most c mpee 1Db
Shop. See us

P.l hBo N 65





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III


Shep raibthtt


7~~onsic 13q


I _


aside, talking quietly. And when
the visitor is about to leave he
takes with him the Coniurer's
new w nd. "of ur ftnd e
aays. Wo else would d r
try mixing magic ? It is a w l
wand, as I trave seen, but it
will be under my control.
RESERVED














alUTO SATUURDA'Y'SPU


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rPY Mlre Yr )~t CRObb-rrerd TI~ oac wlch oo nsntbrn mi, V)
retpt lar t~ QrrC I e~ah rrUHI, aa OrBcr to tbe duer. One
blst b ce~plbr'tlll #oltU : L~lr ort lot the dbtlcttcr rsrd. Z
V~H) CII1 #1)1~ II Ik rhCtCbo(lt~. ~lttlon oa AlondJ.


U,


rr sarARTE wwH E THEN A COIIPLE OF SPOR~eA(ITERS I AWWsEseTI mWAr WE WOLD A
NE TRIED SnoCFFING SE@AN INIMATn~s TNAT KENNYv PRI I CwoanFRENCE LET THE
WNcAT HAPPENED \\A COMMERCIAL FOR tWAS MAVING A DrINrKING PROOLEMl PllatfC KIOW 7NAT KNNVS'3
LAst aMGT, IIAre< TV/ Is noD IRousts Ir RotAruW THAr NE WAs ea~lLstu wAWno sonw REAL
,-0YOR htLLW WE W m AVINE Pun 0F/ V WE'jt MS*** NOWEEDS I(ELPI
GERINGCTEMPERAMENTAL AarOFITr/ JUNE*- AliPI
As CARE t 'i i R ELP I


,/








UDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

S ET6Yl l T'S SO WONDERFUL T E'TSY, YOU S~ln(llY THE WAY, I DON T I PON'T
I HAVE A VISITOR TO SEE YOU AGA N / LOOK MORE KNOW HOW LONG WANT TO
FOR YOU, JUDGE! JUDGE! h BEAUTIFUL THAN YOU'LL BE IN TOWN IMPOSE,..,
h ~~EVER... IF THATS)I ,,,.BUT YOU MUST
POSSIBLE.' ,.' STAY WITH KATHERINE
SAND MEI
jrhdiV

J(!i3 SO~
*R ~ ~ ~ l If *~ ~


3- G B Al



APARTMENT 3- ByAer Kon a

ROMANO CAN BE NOWTELL ME- -WHERE WILL HE THE EVENING I WAS CALLED HERE
VERY EXASPERATING--l TAKE ICOU TOMORROW EVENING TO WORK, HE TOOK MY ROOMMATES
ISUT I CAN'T WHEN HE COMES TO PICK YOUI TO AN ITALIAN RESTAURANT FOR
I MUST 6AY THAT THIS CAB .~ STAY ANGR/ d' UP? DINNER ANP THEN A DISCOTHE~QUE!
DRIVErR SOUNDS INTERESTING, AT HIM[ ,J YOUR GUESS
TOMMIE! rsA GO 0 WHY WE DBE-

~ ~f~~iPJ ~ ~ P'~~~: MARTHA iSMN,0TTEFU FS










STE VE R 0PER & MI KE NOMAD by saunders & o ver gard


Fur. (J) Views.(8) Tre. (3)
Depot. (8) Bor's Trousers. (0)
Barlntl more betsht. (8)
Acted as M.P. (3)
Willd tiert. (9)
Claes Down
.Motions. (9) Pretend. (II)
Flower. (4)
Regiment perhape. (4)

Wrlabt for oe 4
Obtained. (3)


(3)


C~Ceae t4) restelrlr e**Iuesl


9352
COST ACCOUNTANT Must
hrave a minimum of 5 years
experience in Cost Accounting
and Administration. Must be
familiar with banking records
and procedures, maintain
corporate books and records'
prepare accounting statements
oudre orts, apedrformvar t
complex accounting matters'
must also have excellent typing
and secretarial skills. Must have
the ability to function without
supervision. Bahamian status
required. Salary to
commensurate with experience
and ability. Successful
applicants will be called for
personal interview and all
.applications will be kept
confidential. Please reply in
-writing giving a complete
resume of training and past
eaxperiene, to Corporate Bank
and Trust Company, Limited,
P. O. Box F-2748, Freeport,
:Grand Bahama Island. No
phone calls accepted.


C72B0 T i TLE* Payloader
Operator '
M IN IMU M EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates payloader to load
limestone Into trucks and
c are a si k, g psum and raw
interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.
?'7291
JOB TITLE: Conveyor Cleaner
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary must be able to
read and write.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Experience not essential.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILIT~IES:
Clean conveyors and transfer
points. Interested Applicant
Contact : Person nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.


Chess
Br LEONARDBIARDEN












(8621)
White mates in two moves.
against any defence (by K.
J tr) Te mat fs part ed

has an easy maeR against either
possible Black move in the 0
deagram. But it is White's turn W
to olay, he has no good waifting 2
mnove, and the puzzle is not so Q
t8 imes: 30 scnds, roblern~
master; 2 mmutes, emrra~
ext u s. Savetnte es20 minute.
novice. -
SOLUTION No. 9621 -
Ches S luto
1 R--QKtd. It 1 .. K-K7:
2 Kt--B4 or if K--K6; 2 Kt--Bl.
or 1/ K-LKtG: 2 Kl--B1, or 51
K xR; 2 Kt--BJ.

TAR GET
How ..nwn



arket na in

R 0 C *ti .
only. Each
Ictr ansere nmns he da
least one a lbt-letter word la the
lit. No ple al; no lorell no rpd
no ,opr7 oodrl TOAs .
excetient. solution on M~onday.
YESTE DAY'S SOLUTION :
Isatin 4ATaIst saint satin
ravin stain stint tain taint
tanist tint vain vint \isa visit
VIssT1ANT olata datat


llicpert and the M~ixed 2Magic-12


Clesr Aeroes

Yhte remO eal.). (8)
llas on setleate petelance.


___ __ __ __


Frklery, Marcht 30, 1973.

famIe memmmmemammem

GRAND BAHAM ~


CL ASSIFlED r

HELLF WIITED
C7293wvr IYP7
C7283
JOB TITLE: Forema nOE CH F SEUIY
Mechanical Maintenance. OFI
Moo Iba CceducDUA TION: Polic ERexW rienc an
MINMUM EXPRon. E supervisory capacity.
MINMUM EXPRIECE:ONE LIFE GUARD: With
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES: three to four years experience
Supervse the mecha ica Pool and Beaches.
maintenance in the Installation, ON RESERV ATIR ONt fort
assembly, repair, inspection iSUPEaRVSOR Wxeithc four to b
and testing of equipment for s lely ers eperlib e and to
the entire cement plant. The reservations and convention
facilities include hammer mill gop.
crusher, cranes, conveyors. Interested persons apply to:
kiins, coolers, pumps. THE GRAND BAHAMA
compressors, ball mills, piping. HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB,
boilers, oil handling and firing W ES T EN D, GRAND
eqtu p ent a~nd dust collectors BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr.*
Personnel Department, Bahama PronlDrco.
Cement Company, P. O. Box C7282
F-100, Freeport. MAN WITH MINIMUM 10 to
C729215 years experience in
C7292TLE supervising and capable of
C~e~k ITLE:Appropriation doing all types of construction
'MNM M EUAIN work. Be able to build and
MiNIMU EDUCTION supervise construction and
o coqor oequivbaesnt maintenance of pools which is
book-keeping is desirable. most essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 Call Freeport 352-5007 for
years practical accounting interview.
office experience of clerical C29
work.JOB TITLE: I nstru men t
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Rpimn
Handling and accounting for RpiMINMU EDCTO:
cnt rolsdh re ikng f unt Hig School graduate or
expenditures, preparation of equivalentE:35
monthly journal vouchers, MIIMndusEra PEnstNumenta-
posting and balancing I.C.C. ye r
general ledger, prepare t nTI E/rFEnONSIBILITI ES:
p re I~minar y fin anc ial Install, repair, calibrate test and
statements, posts and adjust any type of integrating,
reconciles subsidiary detail indicating or graphic electrical
accounts and prepare reports as or mechanical Instrurbrent.
required. Interested Applicant Contact:
Interested Applicant Contact: Personnel Department, Bahama
PersonnelCDepartmen Bahama Celnt rCompany, P. O. Box
1F-100, Freeport.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

B'HO~IROSCOPE

from the Carrol Righter Instiute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Startling, dramatic
\ and unusual are the keywords for action for
which yon should be peared today and tonight, so see what
you can do to understand your fellow men better, particularly
your own companions. Help solve problems,
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Be alert about solving problems
connected with progressive affairs. Make the right contacts
that can be most helpful to you. You then become happier
and get results you want very quickly.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Handle your particular work
very well and meet with approval of bigwigs who are watchms
you perform. If you change your views somewhat, you get
better results. Control that temper and all works out fine
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A day for action or taking a
trip, but as long as you keep busy you get excellent results,
progress. Ask that newcomer for the ideas you need to gain
support of others. Avoid one who downgrades you.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you hsten to
what others have to say regarding how to advance in your own
career, you get excellent results by following the best ideas.
Reach a better understanding with mate who is in a receptive
mood.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can cement better relations
with associates and thereby make the future mutually more
successful, happy. Civic work could lead to greater things in
the future. Show you are ethical in this.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) With all that work ahead of
you, be sure you first coordinate efforts better with fellow
workers and then much is accomplished. Health treatments, a
better diet, etc., can make you a more vigorous person now
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A day when you should feel
aces and get much done in business and personal matters. Your
fine talents can be put in operation successfully. Think along
cheerful and constructive lines.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You had better get the okay
of kin before you make those changes at home you are
planning, then all works out fine. Invite bigwigs to your home
and make an excellent impression easily
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Go after those sources
of information you need, even if it requires leaving some work
for tomorrow. Get the shopping, errands done that are
important. New gadgets can be helpful in the future
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make sure you use
modern systems for gaining your most cherished alms and
making your regular business operate better. Have property
improved. Contact a banker about that problem you face of a
fiaca naue
fiancl ature (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Don't lose any time in
going after your finest wishes and aims, and you get good
results since the planets are favorable. Show appreciation for
favors. The social is very good for you also in p m.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you listen to more modern
ideas, you can plan the future more intelligently and cut down
on expenses, use less energy in the days ahead. Follow your
intuitive hunches. They are particularly accurate now
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. he or she will be
one of those clever young people who should have many
playmates around with whom to discuss ideas, which are
plentiful and original in this child, and this remarkable
exchange of ideas early in life will be remembered and acted
upon later. Your youngster will travel far and wisely and get
excellent results, making a veritable fortune, provided the
education is adequate.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
youtlitfe is largely up to YOU!


Thank you, Tigedlily, I feel
better now." Rupert gets to
his feet and gratefully slips the
mug of milk which his anxious
Amno stbou mixedAIma ic
wand again," sighs the little
gidl. Meanwhile, the Conjurer
and the Sorcerer have drawn
ALL RIGHlS



CROSSWORD
PZ LE


ACROtSS
1. Weather

5. ritire
Current
7. Begone!
11. Reprieve
12. Circulate
113. Natio
J1. Fable
15. Cigar box
17. Lubricnt
18. Penut
19. Misstate
20. Complains
22. Unl sihn


23. Ungrammatical

a4 Ppe rar
27. While `
29. Buckshot
30. Alack
32. Cruise port
asca A
39. People
40. French wine
s1. Particular
43. Corn bred
44. Buddhist
monastery in


45. Smallest State:
abbr.
46. Killer whale
47. Sandara tree
4 Hw iaen lava


gggg

1. Bar legally
2. Step
4 finrmtive

5. Horrified


SREX MOR GAN, M.D.


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Friday, March 30, 19713.



2 ex-maaor leaguers



will help BBAt train



local umpires here

C. B. SEARS JR. formerly of H. G. Christie basebeli tesm and
knbwn for a leading role at short stop during his 10 years'
dedication to the game, will be specially honoured by the
Bahamas Basebell Association tonight, as they break the seal in
commemorating his outstanding contribution. Also to be
honoured tonight is James Jr.'s family.


Welter chainp Elisha Obell wins




TKO over AI Cook on way to




his 28th. c onsec utive victor y

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
AN OSTENTATIOUS AL COOK found himself on the losing end of a sixth round technical
knockout decision last night as Bahamas welterweight champ Elisha Obed easily recorded his 28th
consecutive win and kept his undefeated record. (Actually, according to Obed, it was his 34
victory. The record books missed some, he explained).


--CI


Although H. G. Christie was
not many times among the
winning teams, James Jr. will
long be remembered for his
flashy style the flip -- at
short. Actually, he introduced
the time saving flip from short
stop.
It is the intention of the
B.B.A. to have weekly
honourings of players, fans and
Others who gave that vital
assistance for the progress of
Baseball in the Bahamas.
in their struggle towards
successful baseball, the
Association has acquired the
assistance of two ex-major
league umpires to work with
the local umpires giving them


special training in the field of
umpiring. This assistance was
donated by the Commissioner's
Office in New York. The
umpires are expected to arrive
within the next two weeks.
**********
BECK'S BEES who were
idle on Wednesday when Big Q
Marketeers 70'ed Del Jane
Saints to take a half game lead,
will seek out the equalizer
tonight when they take on
Paradise Island (2-4) in the first
game at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre.
In the second game at 9:30,
Del Jane Saints will beat out
their frustrations on Heastie
Lumber (0-5) when they meet
for the second time this season.
Although they have been
greatly underrated, the
Lumbermen still maintain
enough zip to spur an upset as
the season runs.
It is the battle of the
undefeated tomorrow as
defending Junior League
Champions Flamingo A's take
on undefeated A.I.D. Royals,
at 10 a.m. In the second game
at 12:15, Bahamas Blenders
Juniors take on St. M chael
Dodgers. In the last game at
2:30, Killarney Pros meet Lee's
Cardinals.
***+***
IN AN EFFORT to help the
'under privileged children of the
community, the B.S.A. will be
hosting a group of children
from the Ranfurly Homes for
Children during tomorrow
bright's Paradise Island/Jet Set,
Heastie Lumber/Bahamas
Blenders game. These children
will be under the guidance of
the Kappa Alpha Psi
Fraternity; which will be
headed by Bill Wallace Jr.
To round out the weekend
after a strenuous week will be
the B.B.A.'s cookout beginning
11 o'clock Sunday morning at
th Sonesta Bah. Awbari ty of

sale and proceeds go towards
sending a team to the Wichita
Baseball Tournament later this
year.


Using the body punch
tactics he used to dispose of
Puerto Rican Sandy Torres.
and coupling those with a
vicious left jab system Obed
took control of the bout from
the second round
After the first round a
"feeler out"'- Obed moved in
on his man scoring effectively
with a continuous flow of lefts
Rights to the body had C'ook
on the verge of defeat midway
in the fourth round and "only
guts is keeping that boy (C'ook)
up," remarked a ringside fan
SOLID RIGHT
A solid right to the jaw.
sending the American
stumbling into the ropes, was
the finale of the fourth round.
Although he was on the
receiving end of most of the
licking, Cook did not show
much sign of giving in even
though he was almost out on
the floor in the fifth round.
In full command, Obed
began to ease up on his
opponent beckoning to the
referee to stop the bout.
Fans showed their
disapproval as Obed refused to
land the knockout punch and
Cook came back to score on a
hard right to the body. It was
not until 55 seconds of the
sixth round that referee Baby
Boy' Rolle stepped between
the boxers and stopped the
punishment with Obed far
ahead on points.
HARD MOUTH
Referring to an out of the
ring meeting in Miami Obed
said that Cook tried to create a
disturbance by accusing him of
doing what he did not do. "He
had hard mouth but I was
already prepared," Obed said.
"I saw him workout with a
heavyweight in Miami, but hei
was just trying to unpress me.

Wr k n O b d co r n e w ht

"From the first round when I
dn' tav vuIt (Ad Obed he
about," commented Ramsey,
who boasts of having brought
up Obed and gave him his
name in boxing. "I am the only
person who understands him,"
he said. "I understand him
better than his mother and


father "
Boxing promoter C:hris
D~undee, who from ringside
watched Obed, commented he
would rather that the fight h id
gone the distance because
Obed needs the experience
undell his belt. "I see a lot of
improvement in him said
Dundee, who occasionally
advises Obed. "I see a big
future in front of him."
Because he gets good
training in Miami from
Fleischer, Dundee said that
within about a year, Obed
should get a world title fight.
Dundee is also eyeing the
British Empire Title.
Moe Fleischer, who has
brought Obed a long way,
explained that at present, they
have to wait a while because
"we have a lot of things on the
counter". These include a bout
with C:lyde Grey, the
welterweight champion of
Canada. There is a great
improvement in Obed's
punching especially the left
jab, commented Fleischer.
Promoter Wilfred Coakley,
who along with Chris Malakius
handles most of Obed's
appearances, announced this
morning that Obed is expected
to meet Jamaica's number one
welterweight contender, Roy
Gross, on April 23. This could
possibly be a closer step to
Jamaica's welterweight champ
Bunny Grant.
AL MOSS WINS
Lightweight Al Moss won a
shot at champion Sugar Ray
Sears when last night he won a
second round techni-
cal knockout over Freddie
Major after dropping him twice
in the first round.
Moss, who last night upped
his record to 14-2, stalked his
opponent until he found the
open shome landn t rn f80r t e

attack after the mandatory
count, Moss, again with solid
punches, landed Major for the
second time just before the bell

Obviously dazed Major, who
found himself in Moss' corner
after the first round, came up
with little defence and felt the
canvas again following a right,
before referee George Wilmore


stopped the scheduled eight
rounder
At 17 years old, "I think if
11e (M~oss) would train and take
more interest in the game, he
could become one of the best
boxers in the Bahamnas,
commented his trainer/
inanager Edward Taylor.


ON RECEIVING END -
Bahamas welterweight champ
Elisha Obed lands another of
his solid rights causing his
opponent Al Cook of New
Jersey to grimace in pain,
Obed won via a sixth round
t~echnicaW knockout. PHOTO:


Jamaica today stopped Bermuda
The Bahamnas "A" and "B"
teamls take on Jamaica at 7:45
to night.
Re sul t s of yesterday
mnatches arc: (In the "A"
division) R. Montgomery (Nas)
defe~ated E. Kyme 3-1, T.
Lancaster (Nas) defeated J.
Bennett 3-1 3-1, R. Ashton
(Nas) lost to G;. Bell 2-3, K.
Parker (Nas) beat E. McLay 3-0
and 1. Davis (Nas.) defeated R


5-0 and 3-2.
beat R. Gibbons 3-0, R. Wilson
(Jam) defeated J. Johnson 3-0
and D. Wood defeated J.
Connell 3-0.
In the "B" division A. Jaton
(Jam) loss 1-3 to E. Kyme, J.
Simmonds defeated J. Bennett
3-2, J. Briers defeated G. Bell
3-2 and R. Howieson lost 2-3
to R. Sherratt.
In tomorrow's games,
Freeport play Jamaica at 11


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EXCHANGE BLOWS -
One of the few left jabs that
fell short of the target finds
New Jersey's AI Cook
cautiously moving away.
Onbd eaem ntainewhe hh
stopped Cook in the sixth
round by a technical
knockout.
AL MOSS, one of the most
promising lightweight boxers
aitr o afe ganng sn)

victory over Freddie Major.
Wilmoree eree is George
PHOTOS: Rickey Wells


Shierratt 3-1. a.m.
In the "B" division: R LEE ELDER LEADS
Rawson (Nas.) defeated R. GREENSBORO FIELD
Bartlett 3-2, E. Wilkinson (Nas) GREENSBORO, NORTH
defeated B. Gibson 3-0, E. C`AROLINA (AP) Lee Elder, now
Bostwick (Nas) defeated V. ,t,, nto tids on ast chanceso le
Johnson 3-0, G. Barry (Nas) through cold and drizzle to a
defeated J. Campbell 3-0 and stunning seven-under par 64 and
eP. erry (Nas) loss 3-0 to T. lea S21,0 inee GtheG nrsouo
In today's games B. Jennings It was the career best round for
(Jaml) defeated T. Brewer Elder, who needs a victory here to
4-3, K. Barnes (Jam) defeated become the rth bac ad an er t
R. Bartlett 3-0, C. Bovell(Jaml) at Augusta, Georgia, next week.


ST. JOHN'S TO PLAY
TOURNEY AT BIMINI

DEFENDING Western
Division Senior Boys
Basketball Champions, St.
John's College, leave for Bimini
today where they will play a
two game tournament against
an all star Bimini side.
With the exception of guard
Rodney Farquharson and
forward Stephen Isaacs, the
strong St. John's teams will be
paced by Andrew Albury and
Tyrone Sawyer on the boards
with Phillip Turner, Dexter
Rolle and Prince Hepburn
seeking the goals.
St. John's is expected to
return on Sunday.

MEMORIAL SERVICE
FOR HENRY TOBIASH
A memorial service for
Henry Tadeusz Tobiash, who
died on Tuesday, will be held
tomorrow at 4 p.m. at Mary
Star of the Sea Church,
Freeport.
Mr. Tobiash was born in the
mountain area of southern
Poland 63 years ago. He saw
service during World War II in
the Polish Hdorse Artillery, and
later joined the Canadian
Armed Forces in Europe. He
was the recipient of several
decorations from Poland,
England. and Canada. Mr.
Tobiash was a resident of
Freeport for ten years where
he was inl the construction
business. HeIr was a co-founder
and endhu asi rle ber ofthe

He is survived by his wife,
Rosalie.oeandackheir da ghter,

Canada. He also had two step
sons, John and Charles Lawn
of Florida and Montreal. The
entire family is expected to be
pre ent at the memorial


insTIa wi flwers dontison
snb tn the Lucayan Rotary


By Ken Kappoport
NEW YORK, MARCH ao
(AP)-Take it from a man who
knows G;aylord P'erry -- the new
orange baseballs are slippery and
hard to grip.
The Cleveland Pitcher, whlo has
been accused at times of throwing a
spit ball, was on the! mound
Thu smanta \as theha gatud .
coming-out party.
They must have been hard to
control, for sure, because 16 runs
were scored in a hitter's day that
protticed an I s-5 exlhi ition galnlc
Oakinnd.
"The pitchers were not able to
grip it correctly," said
commissioner Uowie Kuhn. echoing
colint Joi tetby Perry and
Kuhn, at the game to watch the
use of thle fancy balls recommended
by A's owner (Tutries O. F~inley.
observed C'leveland's ore
*Hendrik hHi tuwee of thlem out of
Thle baseball crur decided at once
that they weren't practical as is.
"The primary thing we would' have
to do is tan the ball instead of just
dyeing it," said Kuhn.
n at' do cexaletlyr mha I'ne
the unilu colour. The nvner, wim
watch the debut of his brainchild.
originally felt that a solid orange
hall would be better for the batters
to see than a white one.
In Thursday's other games, thle
llio White xo 5 ;> bpedKu Us
City Rotyals trimmed the Montreal
E~xpos 4-2: thle Baltimore Orioles
nipped the New Yo~rk Yankees 3-2;
Eth Atlat Bave blne t
(;iants 9.8 in 12 Innings the New
2or aet lat e St oi
3-2
Rain cancelled fotur gumes -
ehxas d e top h aHo ucst i> n
involving split Milwuukee sqluads
wit Los Angelest kt'Californitsdy,
whc also icued nat snl d


toin th j pcer lbn tse negative


F IL M ST AR ON THE BA LL
SCREEN STAR SIDNEY POITIER, making his debut in
a local tennis tournament defeated Bruce Delancy 6-2, 6-2
yesterday to move into the second round of the Montagu
Beach Hotel Inviktatonal Amateur Tennis Tournament. The
send round of the tournament continued today at the
M tkg Brc c ut.*ra:

V. Pennemran defeated AI McAiroy 6-2, 8-2; C. Bethel
defeated K. Bethel 6-3, 6-1; A. Block defeated J. Lunn 6-2,
6r-1; D. Hodge defeated R. Reed 6*0, 6-0; Z. Patton
defuulted to J. Farrington; B. Bradshaw defeated C.
Burrows 8-4, 6-1; E. MIIIrr defaulted to V. Miller; C.
Donaldson defeated Bruce Farrington 8-1, 6-1; J.
Thompson defoeatd Bruce Manrshll 6*2, 6-2*
ABOVE Sidney Poitier shows form as he returns one of
Bruce Delancy's deliveries PHOTO: Rickey WellS

SLAN McALPINE GOLF DRAW


8:30 J. Hopkins, G;. Hodges. A.
Hewod 1). Wlimu a 8SKeity, C
Henderson; 9:00 T. Walker, M.
Iend r, i Brd nMo fat 91
A. Vincent; 9:30 T. Humphreys.
Rogeron, M, Evans, S. Bain ;
Tnli, P1 Ty or; I00




tun, Dul. m U nmo Jn. Tmp o .


tow ee dw o nc errts je
Totenrament scheduled for
tieno sC nt Yet untr.Ithh r
neates say do so at the Club before
teehlg offl tie.

a~r~tr M. 0ub Br~l Frt


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THE BAHAMAS AND JAMAICA both took a two game lead
in the International Squash Rackets Quadrangular Tournament at
the Blue Hill Golf Club when they both defeated Bermtuda. The
Bahamas "A" and "B" teams beat Bermuda 4-1 in each set and


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