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Publication Date: April 2, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 11I1 Monday, April 2, 1973. Price: ti $Cetsrc


LIGUIO ASSII.

WILL PASS ONl











sugested byic o Govrmecnt.


tAt ate n extraorinar e~etfing
Asocation to bonsde the trf"o

"npliatios of te preicnt ariff
concerned atot r e nat to
madef ton ef sthe appropriate
exresese (rmthe Assoc ations

postio on thed~ matter
As oithen inutr coulide oth
ilpiabsorb the taeriffn theif
"increased, cot wall be anossed
onice to a ou rr csettiomes, te
"Thde eten the imporacte
industry will haver to b
~urs the htl rrAnked among
the hihet in uthe world.no
;Imt orh ther forecast that
"icn asumptont ofl bee by hed
ontouit will declined a the
rcfase sin 7 ad 17

"'The effect on h tariff
i~rnd andr umonentumraste
winll ntr b l detriental Othe
otheasrd hAnd pricen changes on
thes icte ms mr anked ito
unttractivhes f the tourist
desi'rous of teakin backhi
Lone uarpti or anyr addtiona
"Thel soplution tod ake bc
a shyms ill recists mMsth

Baermuda)7 and elswhre
Repri esentaion wil bemad t

thrisrly ties itcnovernment

"prThe Association,"said the
ohreleassined by its president
Bradey i t. Roet,"s mat a
lossiros trin tokn underhstn
Gove. drnnt s ree alwnt policy
statement mradony Idtone han
qand itis beuntato
taken. uto t ak ~c
"Rcently the Primt wul e

on ithe c~ton omi dufront i
other words to revtlie then
Keorsntiomy Tilhe major inres
Minstarifs and thsemerectxd

noth apper o citoinc"id, said
tereleas se.lc b t rsdn

thth bills Irin:tro udced ian t
Wtaednsamen mded th e Tarif


'' loa r~tuy he A Pirtsan ee
Lindser thnuned Thari Ac
amoerndment's bjrnd mobtved
geeal tariff rate ntiol $7.78 p
glon. Gieen has grone, fro
$8he 29 ord $94 rumtaz from
$4.8 to 56.00 and whiskyyta d
from $4.80a to $6 76. ines.i
bherelans, e rs frm3

Vodka militove cd don from

$8.2 an gallo to $.00 and Be

thy alco hol orif cthao
"iprtendmc by a day quaifed
prractition er r glcense cthems

dropped trf rom $ to $1.7 per
gallon Ci a o fm


Although the amendment
did not change the import duty
on her.~r previously set at $1.60
per gallon G;overnment took
advantage of an existing
provision in the Act to change
the rate from a minimum of
$1.60 to a maximum $3 per
gallon.


I ,4 "F
F~LOWERS OF BEAUTY Miss Yellow Elder, Carolyn Christine Roll*, (right) was
declared winner of Saturday's Miss Queen's College Beauty Contest held in thre Polaris
Room, Holiday Inn. The 15-year-old beauty queen is shown with (from i. to r.) Lisa
Foulkes, second-runner-up; Valeria Carroll, first runner~up; Marguerite Degraph, third
hun -pm td Cyprianna Ingraham, fourth runner-up, comprising her court. PHOTO:


He warned that new tax
measures would probably
reduce the sources of revenue
and increase unemployment,
and he rapped Government for
setting the public debt at $65
million when corporations
wholly owned by Government
owe an additional $33 million.
Opening the debate for the
Opposition on the S l4
million 1973 budget, Mr. Isaacs
(FNM-Fort Montagu) told the
House:
"What we are more
concerned about is the
estimates of revenue and
expenditure over the last few
years, and the way ir which, in
each year, more money was
spent than taken in by the
Gcehrmnt and thesh fa in
between the amount taken in
and the amount the
Government said they would
take in,
"In 1970 there was a deficit
of a! little more than $5.3
million, and during the same
year there was a difference
between estimated revenue and
actual revere ofq fifttkover
56 5 million.
'In 1971," Mr. Isaacs


continued, "there was a deficit
of more than $14.6 million,
and a shortfall in the revenue
of over $18 million.
"These figures are all from
the Government's accounts.
"In 1972 we have no
accounts, but what we do have
is the original estimates and the
revised estimates, if we are to
accept the revised estimates.
There was a shortfall of around
56 million and while there was
real deficit on recurrent
expenditure there was, on the
overall budget, a deficit of
$7.5.
"Those figures." the
Opposition Leader declared,
"total up to a 527 million
deficit over the three years,
and a $3U0N ii shortfall.

"This is not strange to the
Opposition because in each of
those years the Opposition was
telling the Governmnent that
the state of the economy was
such that the estimates were
unrealistic and they couldn't
possibly collect what they said
they would collect in revenues.
S"Burt rech year the House
and the country were told the
estimates were realistic,


Government was positive they
would collect. And the
following year they made
excuses for not getting what
they said.
"I wonder whether the
estimating ability of the
Government is just that bad, or
were they sticking a face on
the estimates to make them
give the appearance that
Government was managing the
affairs of the country
properly."
The 1970 estimates could
have been a mistake, he said,
and the 197 I figures could
have been a co-incidence, "but
1972 could not have been
either a mistake or a
co-incidence."
laHeel said te le Oppos tion
unrealistic because the
economy was depressed.
"I could go on and on about
what caused the depression: it
was mismanagement, bad
policies and irresponsible
statements by the
Government."
LESS REVENUE
Mr. Isaacs went on to rap
Government for increasing
customs duties, emergency tax,


stamp tax and taxes under the
Spirits and Beer Manufacture
Act. lie asked Government to
explain why, without those'
new taxes, the estimates
showed the administration
expected less revenue than last
year.
He acknowledged that there
must be some taxation.
"But only a desperate
Government would impose this
kind of taxation on a country
which is in a depressed state
and only just trying to recover
from the mismanagement of
this country by the
Government ,,
He said over the past three
years Government should have
been taking steps to make the
e onomy "v rant" again, but

would have the opposite effect
"There is no question in my
mind that these taxes are
burdensome and the results
will be many.
"Whether we are enamoured
of businessmen or not, in order
for a business to carry on it
must make a profit. If
circumstances are such that a
business cannot make a profit
it has to shut.
"The very real danger of



merchants as well to give it up'
and that will hit another area'
"" '',MPOVE?
Mr. Isaacs went on to say
that on one hand Government
is saying the economy has
improved and will continue to
"Bm oein the same breath
they are saying they expect to
collect less money from
existing forms of taxation than
they collected last year."
Hle pointed out that the
amount of revenue is closely
related to the state of the
economy as a whole. He
referred to a statement earlier
by Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of Finance Arthur D.
Halnna that Government
expected in 1973 to collect
$100.5 million from existing
txes. And lx ponae do tn t a

Government's own revised
lsiatso4.r~everm last year
H-e asked the Government to
explain those figures. And he
added that revenue would not
likely reach the target figures
because, as a result of the new
taxes, "it is more than
probable that the sources of
revenue will not be there to be
taxed.
"Tlhere is probably no
reality involved in these
estimatess" Mr. Isaacs declared.
"'The 1973 estimates are
probably just as much taken
out of a hat, just as unrealistic,
as in the past three years
The only reality about thesc
est mates is thnew tax s.

debt, t O posit on Lpead r
said "we have been told that
the debt is $65 million.
"What we have not been
told, and it appears in the 1971
Accounts, is that in addition
the various public corporations
owed, at the end of 1971, a
total of $33 million, and that
the Government has contingent
liabilities for the re-payment of
these debts."
lie pointed out that what
Go ernmm te as ref rednto a



because the Government had.
until last week, refused to give
out the information
SINGSPI RATION


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Anthony Roberts
The new flag is rectangular.
with a black equilateral
triangle against the flag-pole
end. superimposed on three
horizontal stripes, with gold in
the middle and aquamarine at
top and bottom (SEE1 ABOVII
Mr. Roberts told the House
thiat "black, a stronger colour,


poning doowad te no o
the flag, represents the
enterprise and determination
ve the Baha ess people t
resources of land and sea,
symbolised by gold and
aquamarine respectively
"The bright colours of the
flg,' staid,o Iaesyrn lc of

our iand, sea and sun '
The Minister said the
selection of aquamarine was a
departure from the standard
choice of colourrs fotr flags, and


created a Sm1all problems in
locating a manufacturer. The
problems had been overc~omne
he said. and the new Bahamlan
flag would be available through
the Government Publicadtion
Office "in a few months and
well before July 10 ',

nr Robts tlb t Ios


beauty, warmth, vibrancy and
Cyams ohc ah~rt uratrises

The final design was,
therefore, a comp~osite of the
entries and of ideas from the
committee itself.
The committee members
were Angelo Roker. Agnes
Richardson, Sammy Bain,
Wayde Taylor. Earnest
Strachan, H~orace Wright and
Mary Sweetnam


Budget recommendations of
recommended to the UBP.
Speaking near the start of
what is expected to be a
three-day debate on the 1973
Appropriations, Mr. Pindling
referred to the report
sub mitted by the
Commonwealth Development
Finance Corporation.
The CDFC, he said, had
been engaged by the then
government to find ways of
meeting the needs of recurrent
expenditure in the country,
inren s th pleve of ordina
ways of providing capital

dev CDF, according to the
Prime Minister, had also
recommended increasing the
sources of revenue, providinS
stricter financial control and
revising its approach to the
Estimates, all of which had
been put forth last week by the
Finance Minister in his Budget
address.
Mr. Pindling said the report
had put forth three
recommendations. First, that
the stamp duty be increased.
Secondly that businesslicences
needed to be revised to a more
realistic level and third, that a
substantial increase in revenue
could be obtained from
toba co and s irt ,hd en

implemented in the present
Budget.
"If the government is to
merely seek the popularity of
the general public, it might not
have made the proposals it's
made to this House. It might
have tried to get by solely on
the old means, but at this stage
of our development, when we
must show to Bahamians and
non-Bahamians that we: must






20ONLY


live up to our responsibilities
we would be fooling everybody
to tell them that the funds to
mtn the country or provide the
basic services can be met from
existing sources of revenue,"
the Prime Minister declared.
INCREASES
Opposition Leader Kendal
Isaacs had said stimulation of
the economy would take care
of the situation, but he did not
take into account the increase
in po elation an 1h i cema r

Pindling pointed out.
lole advi ed Mr v IsaacsU t
Budgets to see what they had
provided for Health and
Education "and there you may
be able to find some if not all
the answers.
"Here you will find 525
million for Education and $14
million for Health, and here
you will find the difference in
the philosophical approach of
this government."
Mr. Pindling maintained that
the Leader of the Opposition
and apparently the whole of
the Opposition were not
prepared to face up to the
problems which had existed in
government for some time and

whce sa t 1 eit te present P'LP
administration had repeated
the same mistake as its UBP
precedessor in funding too
much capital expenditure from
revenue.
"We are going to break; away
from that mistake. Capital
expenditure should he fulnded
through borrowing."' the. Prime
Minister declared
ile pointed out t at tite 30

sian~ r iise x in ede

therefore be on a longer basis
and more easily serviced froln
revenue received.
Mr. Pindling observedl that


make the loan.
"I don't know of any
modern country which
operates its borrowing
procedures as we have had to
do up to now," he said.
T`AX HAVEN
Concerning the tax haven
status of the Bahamnas, as
referred to by Mr. Isaacs, the
Prime Minister said that both
the previous and present
Finance Ministers had
t'enurnciateodnanddreen nciab n
written into the 1972 White

PNeo one, he continued could
deny that employment was
related to consumption and
consumption to national
revenue. That much was true.
but the Opposition was
misleading the country if it was
holding that the Budget
proposals of government would
lead to further unemployment
and a further reduction in
revenue.
On the question of
retroactive taxation (applicable
to automobiles and boats), Mr.
Pindling said the merchants
might well like the country to
believe that they paid the duty
on consumer goods.
"thBut ttheisfacpa i." hesa d
consumer when he purchases
the item. It is true the importer
has to make out a cheque to
customs when he clears his
goods, but he adds it to the
goods."
T~he Prime Minister informed
House members that whatever
additional tax was paid by the
importer would be passed on
to the consumer who wouki
pay the full amount


alerdy n hadt re ds l
have been a variation in price
wn sesame goods fxperi nce
inerdratse rwre sedstprikes od


oer mi uerstandn l 8in
before him
m he t iree for y tn o
faxico Urnion Hall, was
attended by some 60 members
and officers whoc protested the
manner in which Magistrate
Osadebay chore to reprimand
Mrs. Jones in open court and
then order her confined to a
cell at the C`entral Station
TIhe Public Service Union
acting on a resolution passed
Ip ans to senid aI petition to
governments calling for an
'Mnquir into the incident.
employed by the courts for
seven years, has placed the
matter in the hands of her
lawyer and intends to bring
cistri nation against the
Mr Thaddeus Darling
president of the union
informed the mneetin that
officers had mnet with the
\Vhitley C`ouncil. under the
ihairma~nship of Mr. Baltron
'Bethel
The cni rlotedly gv
the unionunecrtain drrecti eg a
to how it could proceed in the
matter. Mr. Darling, however.




JonieS arose out of a
inatrononial case which she
had set down to be heard
before Magistrate Osadebay on


from ne o thecase ruh

lerc~ulliseresu so t is a clerk

While Mr. Hercules was on
leave the hearing was set down
for Magistrate Osadebay who
adjourned it to March 16 by
which time Magistrate Hlercules
was back and the case was set
downi for him.
A confusion arose and the
case came before Mr. Osadebay
on March 23. after. Mrs. Jones
c~laimecd. one of the parties
failed to turn up on March 16
Miagis tra te Osade bay
summoned Mlrs. Jones to his
court and told her that the case
had already been settled before
himi. Mrs. Jones maintained
that the records did not shiow it

told er thaati sitahee dedport ag
he would lock her up. When
she smiled he ordered the
police escort to take her to
Central P'olice Station and have
her blocked up.
lier release half an hour later
was obtained only after the
intervention of Chief
Magistrate Wilton Hlercules.
KITCHEN WORKER IN
HOSPITAL WITH BURNS


nirning ser af clelin
kitchen worker to, hospital
ait ms r w to the if e ad
cleaning tFe ash Amhrst


aritt*


'ONLY A DESPERATE GOVT. WOULD IMPOSE

.THIS TAXATION ON A DEPRESSED ECONOMY'






FNM leader rapsPLP





for $927m. deficit over 3







y~ear s & $ 30 m. short611
By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE 1973 BUDGET is "probably just as much taken out of a hat, just as unrealistic, as in the past three years,"
when deficit spending totalled $27 million and revenue fell $30 million short of Government expectations,
Opposition Leader Kendlal Isaacs declared in the House this morning.


$65m. PUBLIC

DEBT DOESHI'T

INCLUDE 8 ".


&I BA TELCO DEBTS
THE3 $65 million public debt
disclosed by I mnance Minister
Arthur Hanna last week relates
specifically to the various
departments of government
and does not include any
liabliitie rp urred by the

bThi swas Mad tetlearL n d
Pindling, answering a statement
by Opposition Leader Kendal
Iaacsnthat the atn ounrtp rua
debts for which government
must stand as backer
Decalred Mr. Pindling: "This
Budget ((eals with departments
of the government which are
part of the Public Service and
the public debt figure of $65
million relates to that "



buildings" held by the

governrnenit, hel sit s fb

included "the Opposition
would have been surprised to
see how favourable the
country's position was," Mir
Pindling announced.
The Budget debate
continues this afternoon.


VISITING DOCTOR

WIESp IM ItwIElWLMI



A VACATIONING Osceola
lowa doctor was killed and his
wia -cinjure ilSunda bwer
walking along the Beach Inn
Road at Paradise Islai n wa

prone usce dad on a rva ba
medical officer after he had
beeni taktehn there along with his
wi e, I'telyn, who is also
detained in "fair" condition
The accident, which sent Mrs.
Briston to hospital in an
unconscious state, took place
at 1 2:.30 p.m. yesterday.
They were both involved in
an accident with taxi number
NP 275 which was being driven
by Mr. Oswald Sawyer of
Hawkins Hill. a Road Traffic
spokesman said this morning.
Although in fair condition, a
hospital spokesman said that
Mlrs. Briston is "dazed at the
momen husband's death isthe
seventh traffic fatality fo the
Bahamnas for the year. T`he
accident was one of 371 which'
occurred over the weekend.
Twenty-nine of the-e were
minor accidents.
Hospita lise d after
being struck down at 6
p.mn. Sunday on Meadow
Street, G~ordon Pratt, 16, of
Providence Avenue is also
listed in fair condition. He was
involved in an accident with

car nmbern68bF. stic vi.

BASRA GENERAL
MEETING WEDNESDAY
BAHA S A S Ksu
AssociaAMAS Arl Sedold esue


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THE NEW BAHAMIAN FLAG; black, aquamarine and gold
-to be used after independence day July 10 was unveiled in the
House of Assembly this morning by Home Affairs Minister


'Our capital expenditure should be



I581181 thf0HgII 110roif0Wg -SasS PM


Finance Minister Arthur Hanna that had not already been


U HIOR W SHIS Wg Istr ate




THE PUBLIC SERVICE UNION has called for the suspension
of Nigerian-born Magistrate Emmanuel Osadebay pending a
cmplt inesiato into h j iling of court clerk Patrici Joe




I


III


IIW ..

RENI~LIC SEMAT81 FAMILIES REFUSE TO BUY IIIAllt STIll TALK


2~~ rY~YI


We have an opeoning for a

RE SERVATIONS/TICKEZT AGENT
Thorough knowledge of Lufthansa Reservations and
Ticketing Procedures required. Also must be fluent in
Gemrmn and English languages*
If qualified pleas send your resume to:
Lufthangs
P. O. Box N-7547
Nassau, Bahamas










In CopitWICtlo8 With C~hamber of commerce beautlfication
gaeralghme for downmtown ases.

Largg FlOWeringl & FOliagle Baskets installed, fully
maintairtes anti replanted $10.00 per m6nth per
basket.

Wall bracket installed $12.00, if needed.

FUlly rerponsible for damage and covered by
public Ilability.




CLRIIWI L~DOUE 6A


__


The boycott went on despite
be poredand la a -
atlo a liami th & os t a e
items didn't come soon enough to
elp.~Lo o ~l o*r'
asid Chalrle Wsrm of San
Antonio, Tex., a sealor systems
*adne ora e mpre c mps y
about $35 a week on foo for
heraelf e husband agd their two
young dhtrrsi Ihnomasban
cutting ow on meet for som*
time and would partiipate in the
April 1-7 boycott launched by a
vanity ofoonsuner groups.
"We're using a lot of fish she
m t upadp deandof wi hu
beef."
Saturday dinner was tuna burgers
tamr In edtad0 Mn. p ver mda
**an asr r cheman dishe
*ggs1. She said she saves abous
$1 e aheal by cuttln out meat.
Fare Giordano ol Brooklyn, N~d
ridh bnde' o nr age f a
tracking company was macaroni
Ilntr ofros bee. Shh said that
and omelets, mcruoniawr nvlis
Well o back to the Italian viy."
Mrs. Glordano said her normal food
budpt Is between $0 and $60 a
The boycot ephasis was ost
test and other h e-rced meats.
Many families turne rto chicken
and other lowr-pricd pouhy it me.

this tek, cu nol m smem as y
had bought in advance, on sal, ad
stored in the traerm.
Ruth FrancisofPhiladelphis said,
asot of te meet Ifor sh won
a~~n go souw t a u y y mostd
me t modurs etlae durlpo the
week Pll srvne crearned chicken and
one night I plan a tuna casserole ..g
Saturday we usually have ptzsA."
Mrs. Fkancis, whose husband
George earns $11,000 a yea r as
production managr for Luthern
kubliedtlons,n md reduseudto tt to
It of d21 ao 8O rNb gs
sa~~d id, "It la almost $200 a
month."
Two meet dealers In Reno, Nov..
reported that a lot of their
customer who planned to joln the
auynd Mbo cott had stoc ed up
BOUGHT UP
haep et te fdlorn A mnu
market, said sales last week were
"heavier than usual." Kenneth Bell
of the meat department at Les'
aet block said 'qut be fdw" of


his orders for the curlrnt week
Emnl c ion of Alban NY, said
she would use neat she hed in her
cba e b artoolrmpahyb rih h
boycott. She said er two daughters
were married and noted that she
had onl erhe euadd and herselfto
Il've onin the stores and if I
wret felle g a lely Idoh't ktn w
fac the fatlly with what I could
probably afford to give them."
'The price ce~ing took effect
Thursday; enforcement by the
dabr Rvnmet neriembe is on
celling prices by April 9. It twvo ae
only processor, whorlesalers
retailer, and does not affect the
farmer or cattleman.
The national farmers
bonh ae d~n dth c.
from market for several days last
wek to counter temporary
FoN s at~~n Oren Lee Stly
seld a sries of farmers' meetings
had baen called this week to
"maintain a viguant alert to any
future tampering with the
markets."


U.K. POST OFFICE ROBBED OF MORE THANSIfMILUION
LONDON (AP) Thieves blew a safe open and got away with more
than a million dollars Sunday.
It was the biggest haul from the post office in Ibritain aince the great
train robbery ten years ago, in which bandits grabbed the equivalent of 6
million dolars from a royal mail train.
The haul on this Sunday afternoon was ftom a post offce almost
directly opposite a Polc Station at Twicktenham In Middlesex County.
dlhraomim ad poe daders worth 600,000 pounds r a bout 1.4
The previous secon~baggest loss for the post office ws in Deceer
1969 when thieves escaped with SI1,000 pounds about 1.22 millon
dolars la cash and postage and socalJ security stamps from a pot office
in the plush Central London disrict of Mayfair.
MANSFIELD FAVOURS AID DESPITE TORTURE STORIES
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfied says
torture stories of U.S. P.O.W's back from North Vietnam have not changed
his view that aid to Hanot would help insue the peace; but he says he does
not know what effect the stories will have on getting such ald through
Congress.
Mansfield says the aid prospects seemed poor even before the stories.
Virginia Republican representative Noel Broyhill says the torture stories
convince him not one cent of American money should be spent on
rehabilitating a country he says apparently is run by savages.
POW TO TERED FOR PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
CL.ARK AIR BASE, PHILIPPINES (AP) The last known American
POW to be released In Vietnam, army captain Robert White, is reting at
the Clark Air Field hospital in the Philppines. Apparently he is too tired to
stWh tep wati ano male ann he limped as he left the plane that brought
him from Vietnam, but It was not announced whether he had any injuries,
It was indicated that he might be suffering primarily from fatigue after a
long trip. White is the 588th prisoner to be released in Vietnam. Four
amneod sof othrs h esabou oa arv wt tan foc rrmo dnbtyh U.S. Thom
all are expected to have landed.
CONFLICTING STORIES AS TO TREATMENT OF POWSs
govenmment cla ms tlhod tneran tronadof au nero traed m.Heanu |
claims the torture stories have been drummed up to divert world attention
fkom what it calls U.S. crimes in Vietnm.
The official Communist Party newspaper in Hanot quotes statements
from U.S. officials at the time the first U.S. pirioners were releasd kom
North Vietnam. They had said the men were in good physical and mental
condition. The Hanoi newspaper says U.S. authorities now are hoping to
fool the American public and world opinion.
RANGER CAMP STILL UNDER COMMUNIST SEIGE
SAIGON (AP) The rsege of a South Vietnamese ranger camp ended its
flfth week Sunday as several small clashes were epotrtd in the Salgon
regionl and seven civilians were killed in other attacks, government
headquarters reported.
Scomlmunt ue M odmmougL nner C re admore than 300 rounth of
Saigon, wounding four South Vietnamese soldiers. The government said
Communist saplpers also attempted to break through the barbed wire
perimeter of the base but were driven back without any Saigon casualties*
According to the Salgon Command, the camp has been under selg since
Feb. 26 and its defenders have suffered more than Ioo casualies.
CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL FOR FUND WITHHOLDING
WASHINGTON (AP) Two Democratic and two Republican Senators
poe tora tr cte Pymdv nto limkt fe alitshyend n@W rh dincludeh
ceiling proposals should Include provisions to make equal cuts in all
programmes should the limit be exceeded.
The Senators are Democrats Walter Mondale of Minnesotr and Edmund
Muskie of Maine and Republicans Richard Schwelker of Pennsylvania and
Jacob Javits of New York. They say if a Ilmt is approved it should include
an anti-impoundrnent provision requiringl Congressional approval of any
fund withholding.
BOMBING &r MINING COULD BE RESUMED, IF ....
WASHINGTON (AP) Defense Secretary Richardon said bombing of
North Vietnam and mining Halphong harbour again are as he put it -
"among the kinds of things that could be done" If North Vietnam violates
t e e 67oa.Richatrdon rp ke in nreponse to questions on N-B-C's "Meet

N IRBI (AP Te dlAute be oen Eas Arica Aiys EAA -
anaiasement and Sth British Transport and General Workers Union has
been resolved, an airline official said hose Sunday.
Juame Mwal, EAA's public rslations manager said, "problems which
Th rtir Llnu Un n thaened a boycott of EAA planes at British
aIrports because of the airline s Africanization of two senior positions at Its
London office.
Repot frm Lodnidctd the matter was amicably settled after
the airline agreed there would be no further Africanization of staff in
London "below a certain level."
The airtlne's services to Blritan were running normally Sunday.
$395,000 MASSIVE-OIL-SPILL SUIT
VANCOUVER (AP) The Canadian government has launched a
395,000-dollar civil action against the freighter "Irish Stardust" of Dublin,
tavolved in a massive all spill off Vancouver Island Jan. 2s.
Gunnar Egpartson, a federal justice department lawyer, said Saturdar
the amount of the sult, which is against the ship's captain, James Caird, the
owners and a pilot, reptresnts the estimated cost of cleaning up the spill.
Egpartson said the owners, Irish Shipping of Dublin, are expected to
past a bodfor the amotundt tflaimed Vwitthin a few dayr ehen thr do a

TREASONABLE ANTI-CROTIAN DOCUMENTS FOUND
SYDNEY, AUST~RALIA (AP) Documents urging Croats to kilu
Yugsaiv diplomats and destroy Yugoslav embassles and aircratt were
found during weekend police ralds, a court was told here Monday.
The prosecutor, poice sergeant William King, said the documents were
found in the home of Viekoslav Anic, 31, along with explosies and
detonators.
King told the central court the documents were from the extremst t
Ustasha movement, an underground group dedicated to overthrowing
President Tito and esrtblishing an independent Croatle.
Anic made no plea and was allowed ball of 800 Australian dollars(1,128
U.S. dollars). He was one of 1l men and one woman charged by police
following raids on the homes of 80 people allepdly connected with the
Ustasha movement.
Four of the other men were accused of possesing Fgelgite and
detonators and two with possesing guns*
Other chagrs raned from assaulting policemen to possessing goods
bhelivd to be stolen.
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DAKOTA (AP) Talks inrvolvng
federal gowrment negotiators,

and attorneys represeths the
militant Indians were delayed again
Sunday at the request of AIM

Tne Sunday seeson was the first
tisne slace Psb. 27 that the Indians
and overnment negotiator had
awt for twroconseutive days.
stThe Saturtdsy a~t**ng mr lret
leades In Woesaded Kn**, and they
ashrd a two~tour postpoapanent of
the start of Sunrday's Malon with
Asst. U.S. Atty. Kent Frissll.
The Indians were to parent an
tesnised Ibst of the comptlaints that
they want coveed in negotiations,
being held in a tep** set ap on the
outskirts of the historic ylbiss. --
Spokessnen for both sides
expressed optlisals that pro~erg
had been made Saturday. However,
the govelrnmet reftased requests bt
the AIM offIcials to relax federal
brubh Ito aone ur d b)
One AIM attorney. Ram~o
Roubideaux of Rapid City, si
wu "the first good, indepth
oc lrtonn ho. wHe sd te
main issu In Sunday' talks woyid
be an 1868 U.S.-Indian treaty that
Pe all of1 theDkota territory lasd
west of the Missourl River to the
Indians.
a Fizzell said the only concrete
Saturday's sesion was to continue
the cease-tlr hn effect since
'Te so gold by the atssosphere' nt
the talks*


Doly Cole, wife of the Pr ea
In dh lMon compalat ~'"Pm
n In boct met Who
to make a ~lvn. Meat is not the
only thislal in h country that he
pear up. So has lbour. Tne farmer
nas his cross to bear also.
Mrs. Cole said she does heran
Alnn, she mdd, kr Ilovr rum t
roast made into hash. 'r k hash,
she sad.
Among the consumer
oranisations sponsoria he
boycott was FIT Fdgt flation
thlerI tarte by two
warth Van alorn, a FIT leader
in Minnesota, said her famBlk o
wi h Wll1eye pe. "W 're aro
rdrto haew some tuna dishes and
Pm/n o get out say cookrbooks.
myi co a to to bre e ducation of
14,M Vur Hor he dt tha rnR Pk
"At schod ,he owen asked that tiny
serve peanut butter and )say
sandwiches Insteam of useat e
comn Ingrak the uIsdan ilr
faclities reported plans to join the
uocott ou ofo rm thy *o t
necessity.
rhOfc sltritt hid mReln gmeog
would be erved this week "asto
as they fall within fdnt
g od rnment not *
req, mn Po nylvania, the
L~ksoin Count cosmlbroners
,Rrn nuts aen p~clag strains on
the county's food but as well a
cho mmsa ers d. es," the
The comon y sbidioj4
Mi tuk will serve meatiess meals
JI week, offering hrimp, lobster,
asP ad halibuts at 40 to 50 cuent
.etaen


Clayton County in South
Metropolitan Atlanta, where
damage was heavy. Georgia
civil defense officials said 50
h omes were destroyed or
partially destroyed in the
county.
More than 200 persons were
being housed in two Athens,
Ga. elementary schools, and
scores of others found shelter
in two schools and a telephone
company building in Clayton
County.
Elderly patients at a Clayton
County nursing home that
suffered extensive damage took
refuge in another school.
At least 50 persons were
treated for injuries in Conyers,
the country seat of Rockdale,
just west of Atlanta.
Walton County Hospital in
Monroe treated as last 100
persons. Authorities said seven
homes were deomlished there.
One Torna o heavily
damaged several mobile home
oarks and a retail section of
Athens, in Northeast Georgia.
At least 88 persons were
treated at Athens hospitals.
Among those at one of the
trailer parks was Clayton
Webb, an automobile mechanic
who was spending Saturday
night in his new mobile home
with his wife, baby and
mother in-law.
When the tornado struck, his
trailer overturned and he had
to kick out a window so his
family could escape.
Webb's wife said her infant
son struck his head on the
trailer roof and was knocked
out. "I shook him and woke
him up," Mrs. Webb recalled.
"Then my husband busted the
window out to get us out. We
drove off in our car. It didn't
even hurt the car, which was
parked right next door "
MASSIVE FLODDING

NA GER (AA) ek-long
rains that caused massive flooding
in Alpdri and Tunisia have halted,
but Algerian government officials
psnn d e dor and 40 ming I
the area around the petroleum port
city of Annaba.
noTh ornsuns r as seto
dead and 43,574 homeless. The
number of those who lost their
homes in Algeria was placed at
24,ooo.
There was extensive damage to
roads, crops and livestock in both
countries.
VALUABLE PAINTING
STOLEN FROM CHURCH
'BRUSSELS ( P) The
Adoration of the agii a painting

Wso usorBos h, he enmstol
re oted Satrurda
Te 15th-c tury painting
Insurred for $75,000 wa taken
Friday night from the choir of the
Gothic church of St. Peter, Paul
and Guidonr in Anderlocht, a suburb
of Brlussls.
Police said two men c~lmbed on
the church roof, let down ropes and
broke in through a stained glass
window. They cut four padlocks
that protected the painting.
The theft was discovered
Saturday morning and police
believe the thieves had time to leave
the country.
Experts disagree on the
authenticity of the paintingl, a
many copies of Bosch's work have
been made.


Reports from Calhaoun Falls,
S.C., said 20 persons were in
the motel that was destroyed,
but officials declined to release
immediately any information
on whether these were deaths
or injuries*
"It looks like some strong
person picked it up and threw
it across the road and
splintered it up," said Ray
Monroe, a Calhoun Falls
resident.
Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter
said the tornadoes, which
struck Saturday night and early
Sunday, caused damage
estimated at $50 million to
5100 million. He said an
estimated 5,000 persons
were left homeless in the state
and 250 were injured. Some
1,000 homes were damaged, he
said.
Carter surveyed the stricken
area from a helicopter Sunday
and said he planned to seek
emergency federal assistance.
He said the storm was the
worst natural disaster the state
has suffered in terms of
financial loss.
The tornadoes struck with
capricious aim. Ond family's
mobile home was overturned
and destroyed; their car parked
adjacent to the trailer was
untouched.
The storms killed six persons
in South Carolina four from
Abbeville and two from
Calhoun Falls near the Georgia
border.
Authorities said the two
from Georgia were killed as
tornadoes touched down in
Monroe and At ens-
FLOODING, TOO
Meanwhile, the weather
appeared about to deal another
blow to Southern States as
major flooding was developing
on five North Carolina rivers
and central Florida was under a
tonao ath.Inaditon to e
was expected to crest at about
15 feet over flood stage
Sunday night.
The forecast office in
Columbia, S.C., said the
Yadkin-Pee Dee River in North
and South Carolina was rising
with the heaviest flooding in
many years. Flooding was
reported developing near
Bewlett, N.C., where the
Rocky and Yadkin merge to
form the Pee Dee.
The Rocky River at
Norwood, N.C., was about 23
feet over flood stage Sunday
morning, according to the
naatin w at he srie h
Saturday's heavy rains.
There were no details of
fatalities in South Carolina
caused by the tornadoes, but
officials said one of the dead
was a child, killed na
Abbeville cner
Authorities said the two
Georgia victims were Peggy
David Hicks who died at a
tr ilr par near Ates; and a
Monroe man, Meal Broach,
who died when his house was
demolished.
Several cases of attempted
looting were reported in


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1sse7 warrasays

WASHINGTON (AP)-
said Sunday he believe White
House chief of staff H. R.
Hifaldema "knew what was going
on" widthb the men andbu poi
He said it is "absolutly
necessay" that Haldeman apper
before the Senate Wategtat*
investigating committee, of which
Welcker is a mabwr.
The Connecticut Republilan also
said one of the Watergate sples told
him he had staked out office of at
leat six Senators, including
Respublicans Charles Parcy and
Jacob Javits,
And he said the same man,
former FBI agent Alfred C.
Baidwin, said the Waterrgte arrests
last June 17 ailed plan by the
buglon rwa o break lato Stim
Georpe McGovern and to tap th*
Miaml Conwantion telephones of
Dem crrfl O'randy o lta
party ojticials.
Bialdwin was the man who
Listened to tapped telephone
conversations of Democratic
orfcasL to i lheadquartetars atlae
testified against others in the case.
Welcker said Baldwin acted on
orders of James W. McCord*
nlco ns 1 1 thebcae. He ud
Baldwin watched comings and
soin~s from the offices of Sens.
Percy (R-lll.), Javits, (R-NY),
Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.).
Edmund Muskie (D-Maine), Willam
Proximire' (D-Wis.), Mike Gravel
(D-Alaska) and Rpsm. Shirley
Ch kom (D-NY and Paul
Javits and Percy both said they
were surprised to hear Nixon
reclection agents had staked out
their offices. Percy said his stalff
pedsdape ted thattoe one ad
couldn't prove it.
Percy, a possible Republican
presidential contender for 1976,
said If Bialdwin actually watched his
office he would think It "an
outrageous action."
Welcker spoke on the CBS
Television news programme, "Face
the Nation.COEUT
Weilcker sad he Is as concerned
with an "apparent coverup" of the
facts behind the GOP syping as he
is of the spying itself.
He said Haldeman wa the key
flame on both the White House
state ntd anth C mtree for the
"I don't think its fair to point
the finser at him and saY, 'this is
the man that's responsible,"
Welcker said.
cam to pen 1ns, be the who t
ea llg on, ''hice thd. 'Y
policies that was sole on that h*
didn'thln itt absolutely necessary
that Mr. Haldeman testify befa/
the committee," Welcker seld.
The White House has sid It may
allow some presidential assitants to
apoe Ift f 7y and in private
A source earlier had reported
that Watergate conspirator McCord,
in secret testimony before the
committee, said Haldeman "had to
be aware" of Water to plans.
Welcke lr1 sadcCord's secret
ted iony wn "h'bdwadle,"w b
to base my entire case on James
McCord." He said McCord's
test im ony hasn 't beon
co kor shad said ertler that
M cor topld htdhe committee
by John N. Mitchell, former U.S.
Attorney General and Nixon
campaign manager. But Sunday
Welcker said he had "no specific
knowledge" that Mitchell was
involved' further than knowinS
some of the men who were
marsted.
Welcker also said he is "lnchied
to disbelieve" that White House
counsel John W. Dean III had any
Involvement or prior to knowledps
of the affair. McCord also had
named Dean, according to Sen.
Howard Baker, (R-Tenn).
Welcker salid he is disturbed that
the nomination of his riend L.
Patrick Gray III to head the FMI,
"seems to be going down the
chute."


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Publisher/Editor19 72.
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Monday, April 2, 1973.


EDFITRIAL


Stay woithr the "(possible


By ETIENNE D)UPUCH
I CAN now understand how Sir Winston Churchill felt when he
lamented the steady downward march of his island home to a
back seat in the affairs of great nations.
As I look out on these Bahama islands today I feel a sense of
great sorrow for our people. They just seem to be marching
cheerfully to certain destruction
In the economic field I see the Government trying with clumsy
and inexpert hands to do things that I have seen tried and fail in
years gone by.
In the past these experiments were conducted largely by
private enterprise. Because private enterprise tried the effort was
snaide with caution. These men could not afford to be reckless
~th their own money.
SBut now Government, in the hands of people who have had no
picperience with how easily money floats away, are plunging into
tine folly after another at the public's expense.
Today they are scraping the bottom of the barrel. I am told by
a reliable contact that the position is desperate.
This isn't the worst feature of the situation. Men could easily
adjust to economic misfortune if their minds are in a right frame.
But our people have changed beyond recognition, they are not
ready for the shock that lies ahead for them.
I** * ** **
Last year the Prime Minister had his hopes pinned on oil being
discovered by a company that was drilling near Long Island.
He didn't seem to realize that ever since the second world war
western governments have been desperately exploring for oil all
Over the world. The situation in the U.S. is now serious. An
''energy" crisis is being experienced.
Not many years ago several oil companies spent many millions
of dollars on exploration in the Bahamas, mostly in the area of
Andros which, according to all geological evidence, is the most
likely place to find oil, if there is any in the Bahamas.
All these efforts failed but Mr. Pindling had such high hopes of
the Long Island venture that he made big s eeches about it. In his
thind he was already spending the money Government expected
Zo reap from this enterptijpj c
" This turned out to be another hopeful effort ... but it all failed.
a* *** **
Last year the Government was sounding off on a great fishing
enterprise .
SAn American company built a number of concrete vessels and
the Government agreed to a form of contract that would have
bound our people to slavery in the service of this company.
- The last I heard of these vessels was that a couple of them were
breaking up on the rocks.. A Tribune photographer got a picture
of a couple of damaged concrete vessels anchored in a backwater
area somewhere at Grand Bahama.
Following on this failure the U.N. sent a group to Nassau to
locate new fishing areas for our people. After being here for some
time they brought in a couple of loads of red snapper. The U.N.
and the Bahamas Government shared the expense of this costly
experiment.
** ** ** *
If bountiful fishing fields were found in the Bahamas it might
create a problem for our people. Already Bahamian and Florida
fishermen are having serious conflicts over a small fishing area.
But if it becomes worthwhile the Russian fishing fleet would
enter in the competition ... and there would be no stopping them.
k~or some time now well-equipped, highly efficient Russian
sh ps hav dbeeen ancho end some distance frarmd uie Foi cat

Florida fishermen complain but Uncle Sam has been unable to do

Sanytainb th Gvernment never to hope for fishing grounds that
ikrould attract the Russian fleet. *

During the second world war I proved on my land at
Camperdown that domestic farming was a practical possibility in
which many of our people could join.
After the war the UBP Government decided to do more to
promote farming in the islands.
At the time Oris Russell held a senior post in the Colonial
Secretary's Department where he had a promising career ahead of
him in the d Isomati svcu du this heartavvas in th and Whn

Agric ul ture .


TIhe Government provided this Scholarship and applied to the
University of Florida for his admission. The university replied
that all their places were reserved for their mlen who had just
come homne -fromn the war. The application was refused.
At the time I had a friend in Florida who was a friend of the
President of the University. I wrote to my friend explaining how
important this scholarship was to the Bahamnas. He persuaded the
President to reopen the case and Mr. Russell was accepted.

During the war Nassau was struck by the screw worm fly. It
was a terrible f ly that laid eggs in any open wound on a
warm-blooded animal. It attacked the vagina of an animal after it
hAd delivered its young and it also attacked the new-born through
its navel. This worm ate animals alive and slowly killed them. This
was a terrible thing. It was introduced to the island by a shipmnent
of sheep brought from Cuba by Sir Harry Oakes.
Sir Harry came to my farm and saw what I was doing to help in
the economy. He decided to bring in a boat load of sheep f'ror
,I Cuba and to set up a sheep fann. These animals were not
'inspected and so they introduced the deadly screw worml fly to
Nassau. We had a rough time out at our farm saving our animals.
For a long time we lost all our new-born stock.
.It got so bad that the University of Florida sent a couple of
people to Nassau from Gainsville to direct the fight onl thlis pest. 1
wbrked closely with these experts. We became good friends. I
hset t60is Russell to tthhe peopleA rn e tf Mthenstook hlia gin o
dhil out of his period at the university.
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EDITO e h pasin day one
becomes more and more
convinced that politics and
inefficiency are destroying this
budding nation. By fair means
or foul the PLP have won a
mandate to govern these
islands for the next five years
and on July 10, 1973 to lead
us into the Promise Land via
Independence,
Ever since the fateful day
September 19th. 1972 there
has been widespread talk about
dictitimizaiopn ort hl awho
polls. At least two Cabinet
Ministers have made their
positions known on the issue,
another will not tolerate
disloyalty. Yet another the
ne wly joined and
newly-appointed Minister of
State and External Affairs and
Leader for the G;overnment in
the Senate and Attorney
General disignate feels that no
such thing is going on. Who are
these people trying to fool.
There are facts to
substantiate the victimization
claims. Several persons whose
families supported the F.N.M.
have had their services
terminated. Others are being
transferred to less significant
iob Ihn the onesott y h id
being denied well deserved
promotions and will in all
probability have to make way
for the new "political"
appointees who would serve
the ends of their masters.
Those of us who wish to will
recall that after the 1968
General Elections there were
widespread appointments of


politically aligned persons to
various departments in the
Public Service. In most
instances thley were given no
permanent appointments or
defined duties but were known
as temporary employees. It is
no secret that five years later a
number of these "temporary
employees" are still gainfully
employed and in many
instances are making nuisances
I~of themslvsfacts at hand it
would appear that their sole
purpose is to make report\ on
Civil Servants to the various
politicians who caused themi to
be appointed. .
Ifor example, they would
report on who are PLP and
who are FNMI. Where they
cannot determine a person's
political leanings they brand
him an F:NM nonetheless. Thus
it Is that manuy appointments
are being made in the service
based on the reports of many
of these political prostitutes'
and miany appointments are
being denied persons based also
on the often dishonest
reporting of such persons.
O)ne has only to visit any
G;overnmtent d partm Itt ttodeav

persons. T`he are lsually
sitting around with nothiing to
do or with their faces buried in
the newspaper while a few
hardworking and honest
persons try to keep things
moving efficiently. Sadf to say,
one could Justify one's chances
in the Public: Service by
reporting these political


prostitutes ~They do not do
their jobs but sc~re~am to high
heaven that1 they) are only being
repo''rted hemoul~se the\ are PLP p
whle11 the mother perso, n makting
the~ report has t, be .'against


t`o will Pe`rmrit this state of
arttairs to ,onltinue is bou\~nd
mei. O)ne thiing 14 cer~tain l
hlwreve~r, andl that ls lif t 1s not
sto~pped sooni they will lose the
Salvl~ adnce a )the tnrhlat hlp1S
t he enIt ire Commolllnwe calth will
be In aserlcou\ allemma l~
It is tar(r llvnt t 1 uua
to~day to, he ar \ciomet m s~intl (
11r S( usc 5 apltr e
anid no > le ian lrned mt' Th
should nlot ,~ he th a~ AIn u
who is notr gamig by t
regulat13ionslhul be
Jisc~plinedl .It least that was
the wa It weint under the
or\ new faU't lottld sd-ern that
not been tempeicred with the

Thos wh >ut "pcm ibilsts
fo~r c~onvenience~ should know
tha~t is additional to, the slogan
th~y mnust applyl their miuscle
ar In It til itl ta wdint rtl, n e
hainl onr to 11he coat tails of
onc o~f the politicians won't get
the nation huill
I'utting the senior civil
servalnt In a position where he
iiannot dliscpline~ Junio~r starff

re evantriinitcri Iweon't gt tti
job do(ne either
Looking at the situation
through rosec-coloured glasses
anid saying that It does not
exist as our new miinister seems
to be dloing will not get the job
do~ne. Ithwill andi cark be alcnd

(letermlinlationl ofI all pe< ple
working althogtc' he'r
JAM ES E. BROWN


D id n't feel



I:II DITOR Tlhe Tri bum n
Having lived in F~reeport f'or
mainy years andi read your
editorials with great pleasure. I
would like to, subhscribe to, yo.ur
newspaper. I felt very sad the
day I had to leave your
beautiful country but
u unfortunately, immiligrat;son
re trictionsian I edepole i

me to, leave. Mly famiily and I
are hoping to return to the
Bahamas somec time in the
future but we don't feel
welcome by the present
government. We mlade lots ,f
friends among the Bahamian
people, but we felt that the
Bahamnian people are eC~omling
the victims of a racist
g< ~vernmcnt af their own
ct will probably be very
painful for the Bahamians
when they realize this.
I would like to keecp in
touch with your country and
the best way is to subscribe to
your newspaper. Please send
mec information about this
inichuding nailiing < ats f


many miore editorials. I am
HANS AHNLUIN1
Varbergsvagen
Sweden,
March 20,. 1973






BAY CK I .


hoping to reSto)re Capital
punishment in Britain hiave takenl
Irext froim Presidcnt hixcn'\ call
for a partial return orf the dealh
penally i the ulnilt Sas na.


seeking to, introduce hill toi
rrstire hanginp to~ ccrtsnl
l)l \he, hcaJ\ Ii rouy


om~lmente :
'N na tha t i Ih )r id n a

expremsing their opinion in favoirr
ng etp(3 tpurushmrnt munch a
company. '
asra~l, 0asset h is ]usinr teestr
h30 votine mcmberrs ort the Iunu
uf('nlon a\i du r, a ring back
Ilrlain is alone amo~np mazor
IllnP31 ntion\ ind re examininF
It` noti an issue o~n thr co~ntinen(.
capta pnis),menlt



Lillerr ucinp at (rcdrml r thinw
o~unJ puil( at murc in rli




Iapuai punishment altogether for
murder.


A 5-minute walk from 4 large modern
buildings.


office


and Marine Products Department.
* * **
A few years ago money was given to mie to, provide a
scholarship for a Bahamian student.
The person to win it was Godfrey Eneas. who was also
interested in agriculture and marine products. 110 proved to be a
brilliant student. When he was finished he joined the staff of the
Agricultural and Marine Products Board. He has done well in this
department.
At no time have I felt that the Bahamlas could become tan
agricultural country. We cannot compete in any mar ets f te
world and the local market is too small to consume large scale
production. But domestic farming ... yes. It could not only
contribute to the internal economy but it would provide a great
measure of security for our people who have been divorced from
the land which sustained them before the islands became affluent.
* ** * *
Recently the Government joined with a U.N. teamn in exploring
the islands for the most productive farming areas. This cost a
great deal of money too but there were any number of
experienced farmers in the islands who could have given them this
information without any charge ... in the same way that any
Spanish Wells fisherman could have taken them to the best
"drops" in the islands.
** ** *** *
Andros, with its great supply of fresh water, is certainly thle
place for domestic farming.
After the second world war the British Government, in a desire
to aid the colony, and later private capitalists poured a great deal
of money into farming undertakings in Andros. They have all
failed because they could not compete with their products in the
world market. But domestic farming could be a great boon for
the colony.
* ** .. 4
The latest big trumpeting by the Pindling Government was an
announcement that Uncle Sam had given the colony $10 million
fior agricultural developments at Andros.
But, strangely enough, at the same time the Governmnent
demoted the Agricultural Ministry to a Department and Mr. O)ris
Russell. with all his experience and agricultural training, has been
transferred to the Ministry of External Affairs!

do" at Gods and little fishes ... what are these people trying to


There are things that can be done on a domestic level that
might even reach the foreign market on a limited scale.
A century ago the green turtle was the food of seamen in thiis
hemisphere. Ships that went on long voyages could not store
enough food for the f~ull period. Anld so the turtle became
important to these seamen. Turtles were so plentiful that they
could be caught at any time food was needed.
The time came when the turtle was so badly overfishedi that it
became very rare.
About ten years ago I was in the office of the Joshua B. Powers
Advertising Agerycy in New York. Mr. Powers handled our foreign
aveet sing andsso I wa on friendly teams witih all the staff. wis
with a plan he had for restocking the seas of this hemnisphere with
the turtle. They told me to be prepared for it and that I should
try to humour him
Old Joe was certainly full of his plans. His friends poked funl at
Irim behind his back. It seemed ludicrous that an old man inl a
plush office in Manhattan should be doing nothing but talking
about restocking the seas with green turtles.
But it was a good idea and it worked. Turtle hatcheries were
established all over the area. One of the locations is at Inagua.
fur people of the Grand Cayman islands took the idea a step
A recent issue of Tropic magazine, a publication of Thec Miam~i
Herald, carried a story on "the first great turtle roundup at Grand
Cayman." The story is illustrated with hundreds of turtles lying
on a beach with the statement that "in the Cayman Islands. a
Miamni biologist is about to send the first of 70,000 green turtles
to market. It' sa move that might change the economy of the
Caribbean -- and put turtleburgers on your dinner table," the
article stated.
There are things that can be done and things that cannot be
done. The important thing in life is to know the difference aid
limi t your activities to thle possibilities of an enterprise.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
To sensible mien, every day is a day of reckoning.
JOHN W. CORDNER

People sometimes forget btha rat race can be won only by a
rat. PAUL. PALMlER


VA CANCY 10 TICE



AZ vatcanicyS has ariseni focr the post of
INC'OME A(COCONTANT
~lThis is a senior position in the Accounting
Decpartmelnt, re~porting directly to the Financial
Accouintant f'or thec f(Jollowing resonlsibiljities:-
1. Preparation of` c~onsumerr records for billing
puirpos~s.
Meter readicing. billing and despatch of all
ele~ctric~ity a~cicounts.
_3. Processs~ ing of1 Lcash payments.
4. -i naneluil reconciliation of electricity debtors.
debhtors.
Tlhe hilling~ rcccrds have recently been
trantsfe~rred to, c~omputerr operation anid the above
recsponsibilitic\ are thcre'fore all directly related to
computer !,r~cduire~s.
The salary i!, commie nsurate with the
responsiibiiies and lues.
Applicationls are invited from persons holding
mecmbership, of' a rc~cognized accounting body or
having~ a unliversityy dtegree in an appropriate subject
or persons hiaving~ several years senior experience in
bilotn pracedlcdrrs atl xpriuence in computer

The c~losing~ da~te for applications, which should
be addressed to thle unldersigned, is 16th April
I9)737
Sgd. E'. C'. SANDS,
(Seneral Manager.


p.mn.
Low


12 27 a to and 12:38


Wahr Garthtm


Monday April 2 1973.


Ra pS' political IproStif UteS'Motherlef 185






(`alccutta has been awarded tle
Irlenipeton I ounidatio~n "'Pize
for Progress In Re~ligin" it has
be~en announlced In Lon~idon
fotunde~r oft the () dr of



thle mainner inl HMuclh. "she~ ha
acen instnuneint a Im wvi enlrng
kno~wledge andC lo)ve of God)C
and thereb\1 furthering! thec
quesct tcr Ilth quahity of lite
thait mrirror\ the D~ivine "

Trersa ha\ beien in Inljdi \linCe


destitute uI ('al'utta Several




inalugurated its Prvec las1 ~t er
inl ;1n alttemlpt to do, f( or religon

don~re fo~r \\.Ience\ and~ cullllTur
At that tunie. lr. John 11

rt~rfcnt itlr t e thel !: crucial dllmensIonsII at human .11
xitne h~in no~t en


It wouldl hec .rnnedi at c~alling
attentioni to ,Ind providing
recognitioni ofI IWeas. insights


wide~ningr: or deecpening mai~n s

Goud. Mr lempleton, a
nirancier. resalle\ s t 1 Wo~rd


pre~senr~ ted with the 341.000)
pound ~chque anld \Ilver


Lo~ndon, o~n Wedtnesday April
'S. Lord lalss. Lo~rdl Mayor ol1

ithe c"";,nn:' ::,":,,".:: wilh
together representatives of the
rrnalcr religions of the world.
There were ov~er $.000)
nominations received by the
Foundation io connection with
this year's award Tlhey were
rec~eivedc fromii over so
countries and Included
tominantions fromi Buddlliusm.
(hisin ty. Hlindulism. Islain

Judges of the prve~ were
Tfhe Revd. D)r. Eugenc ('arson
Blake, former general l
Secretary of the World C'ouncil
of Churches: Professor Suniti
Kir srsr ('hatterji. National
Ifumanities; Sir Muhallmmd
%anater aatluln. reside~1(ru ft w
at the Hlague; Dr. Margaretha
Klompe, first D~utc'h ladly to
become a cabhinet mlinister: Sir
Alan Macatta. Judge of the
Quee~n's Bench D~ivision of tle
Iligh C'ourt in 1 ngland; ~r
Jamecs Mc('ord, P'resident of
Princeton f`heo~logical
Seminary,. New Jersey, USA;
Abbohct Kosho O)htanl. Patriarch
of the Nishi IlOmgI1wanji
f'emple in Japan; Thlee Rt.
Revd. Robin Woo~ds. Angllcan

i. o d. I hrlow for i
Governor o~f the Bahamas
TIDES

Ifigh 6:40 a in and 7:00


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Monday, April 2, 9173.

IIA' BAC-~111~

OUT ISLAND AIRWAYS
two week age Irauted the
gar wISemian between
Nassau, Fnreeort and Miami
alace Sahama Aimrwys sease
openkradea la 1970 Inltul
gaggedule eaI for four flights a
Miaml, I tint firs lig leaing
Nassau at 8 am., earftr than
I~rr~ oImeeerder, andr
al trom F~ b Ingo
C on~ ~O fAsterl O than
skitaedrh~rrk the


STIDENT SUIDE
A NEW STUDENT guide
brochure, isued by the
Ministry of Tourism spells out
some of the highughot of aviit
to tinr Bjhrama, as well as
sO(m of the do's and don't's for
vbisiin students. Two Lasell
Junior Co~eg students from
Newton, Mass, (shown left)
Lcwy Llndemma ad NJons
Conley examine one of th*
Information pamphlets in front
of thel Bahamas Tourist
Information booth in Rawson
Square. The guide was isued at
the same time as a governmet
warning about the laws
concernin the possesin, sale
and use of marijuana, which Is
not permitted in the Bahamas.


COOl Br9929 fearturing


Lynn Rogers

Cornelius Bros & Sister Rose

Brook Bentonr

Pamt J.

O.C. Smith

Billy Eckstine


F~BlliiBe~~


TICIC ET~S $10 .A.1 D 1E5
available at

Time Amerald Beals Wotel
PART PROCEEDS Q NEIDNC EQAIM


LAST DAY TUESDAY
Matinee continuous from 1: 30, Evening 8i:30
-'Phone 3-4666





AN AWOE8SVRELEM COLO


*
*
4
e


GEORG;E ROGER Collie, a
former Britannia Beach Hotel
waiter in the Coyaba
Cantonese Restaurant who
appeared in court charged of
23 counts of stealing by reason
of employment, was ordered to

Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay.
Collie pleaded guilty to the
charge last week with an
explanation. He said he was
sorry about the incident, which
took place between February
16 to February 23. He said he
was unable to exert self
restraint to the feeling he got
of being "free and paying all
my bills," with the stolen
money.
He told the court that he
worked with the hotel since
1969 and received a starting
wage of $30. He committed
the offence because he had
bills to pay as well as rent and
his mother was not employed.
The court was told by Chief
Inspector Okell Cartwight that
he stole the money by altering
the prices on recolpts from
customers in the restaurant.
As a result of his "stupid
mistake" he had caused people
to suffer, Magistrate Osadebay
told Collie, adding that
the hotel would be forced to
increase their' prices if they
were unable to make ny
profits.
"You are too young now to
mtrt ou ol ohi Kp o
"The total amount that you
have falsely misappropriated
amounts to $491.25 and I
op rtumity. Bte befor I giv
you that opportunity, I want
that money paid back and I
will decide what to do." the
magistrate said. He told Collie
he was not letting him go as
easy as that though, because "I
do not want you to get the
impression Zth.M crime pays.'.
He fined Collie $100 on the
first two counts of stealing and
cauti ned him onh thne
alternative prison sentence of
one month if Collie failed to
pay the fine out of his own
savings. Another member of his
family had paid the $49 1.25 to
the hotel.
AllMAL SGCIETY
IEllF gA VISIT
M R. TREVOR Scott,

Protection of Animals (ISPA)

with the Bahamas Humane
Society, a member of*'ISPA,
and tem M trydof Arcul e
preservation of endangered
species, the transportation of
admalsd the hulma em aug: e
over-exploitation of wild and
domestic animals.
ani Pal so itiesl repe :, in


OE TI---E: ,T7.v.


"Santord &


S ER IE S


Son"


Sunday 8tle April


Twa


snow e3 CT E


Tiae R ADD FOXX SHOWY
with -

Special Guest star SLAPPY WH ITE

TALYA FERRO


Henry "Sweets" Edison, Musical Conductor


JA~ M:ES ~


SWVEETTINJG ORZCCHEISTRAL~


Ob Qtt Edilsl


The


* g


M~n's


Waiter ordered to pay hotel $4900

compensation for thefts while on job


Coming ..

~~


9:30 p.m.and I


:30 p.m


A~DULTSONOLY


t*****l 7'"


SME


INK-




I I I i ,


UI on ay, p .


8y Abi all Van Buren
e W3 Chcg Tren ed~. Y. Wwsr Sp., 15.
DE;AR ABBY: I knewR it was too good to be tnre! For
six months I dated an attractive 44r-year-old bachelor. ['m
a g38-ear-old divorcee.] He was so different from all the
tet. He didn't make any improper advances toward me. A
good-ieght kiss was all be ever wanted. He is so charming*
attractive, and honorable
well, as night he told me that be would ask me to
marry him but be is impotent! I care so much for him that


With the b ~gh cost of constrdaria


Try TOOGOODS. Outck, retblshle sevc of
a specal rol to the peesokrnal cusaomers.
Ion the waterfront at East
looqyS/ asry a wmal~m Streets.
-- TfELEPHONE: 5-464
SOpen daily until 6 p.m. and on Sunday afternoons ro2 5


DOWDESWELL STREET (Formerly BESCO Building)
TelephoneB24012 OUT LAND ORDERS TO


Arrived today: Jona from
Jacksonville
Sailed today: Mona for
Jacksonville
Arriving tomorrow: Tropic
Flyer from West Palm Beach;
Specialist from New Orleans:

FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICA L 2-21 57


"In April and May, my airline F lies you


to London for only s332 round-enp.


PUBLIC AUCTION


t d A ril 2 1973


I


come over. And if she balr es ~lawthat calitag, tdll Imr
yes are too busy to chat with her and send her em hr way.

DEAR ABBY: I am very much in love witth a married
man who wants to marry me, but he can't find his witfe to
divolve her. That's my problem.
I can't plan a futrew wi this man uless he 6mins his
wife. Can you help my gentleman friend cad me? C.
DEAR C.: Year gentlemas friend should talk to a
Ilawyer. He may be pletuul segrsed. Ammingll He r
is lost, and not h~idng, suggest that yes; frbeed wat te: Lt.
Psaltae Everhart, Salvatie Army, Ben SMS. Sea M w
ee Cal. 94114.
They have branches aB ever the wrlrd, sad have had
remarka)e saccess in latstg m-isshgprses.
DEAR ABBY: I'm having problems with my lasband. I
am 25 and be is W, and we've been married for five years
ad have three childman. He knowse I don't lilus it w~hen he
maesr a fuss over other girls, burt he does it just to make
mre jealou.
Another pleblem Is that he forced blmaelf on me and if
I struggle he ties me to the bed with mpes. If he wasn't my
Imaband this would be clasified as rape. Abby, things jus
can't go on likes this. When be's nice, he's sweet as sugar,
but when he's mean he frihtens me half to death.
IRe alo has a selsus disorder whlob he is belag treat-
ed for. We are on wesiare because of his sickness, but he
carshe his welfare cheek and gives all the money to me, so
I can't comaplain about that. Can you help me?
IDES OF PROBLEMS
DEAR ULOT: If yes haves't dbisessd year hasbnd's
sadistle behavior witth Ms deter, yes shoeM. The Welfare
Informattes Service can pt yela 1tach with a Family
service Agency. T~hey drer family eeensella, sad the fcee
Is amhmin. If yolea an't pesnuad year hasbnd to go wit
yea-go alon, but DO ge.
Pr*Mat Yeall fseel bee M yes gt r eRf year doest.
For a perseaa rept, wrle to ABB: Sn No. Witt, L. A.,


I am comklerin telin him "Ye, ]tfR mary Pou, rang t
bbed wla sen" (Wea tld a1 be foldh I tsavtwo chldrea
by a bormer marriage and cuakt haw any mose YI
wnantd Glam, whic I (s10.]
I oouM ase to ksag t ggles isur a pigscal tbh3g I
have heard Rt ean be menta Can it b caemd?
Thrre i as one else I em talk to abo ds t and I mst
know. GEMINI
DBAR GEMENI: I yea see nseadrt mrarylag Ms
**** l*'* see w3 b.. Akk Lbm a e as ues a
1prytlam...r a paeigdr tCrig-tn hi impeleas. (11 he
Lar, rgg lm what gggy ggy,] g agg, ag Ims h enrtalrly
sheeM. MuCh eaa be dese asht hapate amaasy deedigap
heras m se Ser 1

DBAR ABBY: I haws lway rrsb watt haw my fmily
bdstory traesd, but I cas't allard to speed a loo money to
do it Hav ys sooay suggestist
M. J. B. IN OAEIANQD, CAL.
DEAR M. J. B: Te. ILe lr a pUc b ueMle

DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbr who says you ren't a
mother unrles yes have a Ludau tr. I haw two boys, age
4 rad 5, and rse as two boys, the wsal ages as aim, bst
abe alohs arr r-ero girl.d She lossb the itte girl and
hates the bosp, elul rshe isrq alas rdisag it ove nee that I
don' have a dauger. Abby, I leg any bos and maly
don't want asy mao dre~.
he treats he lusys a aHrmes and ha a rwitd teapr.
he hit the older eeso arbd wilth her fist rs heybr knckd
two f hi tseed and e had to~ have big rtchd r.
This girl s only rr and sh'sbee eveorything from a
Baptist to a Mormona, and she's stI trylag~ to find herel.
Fm a Catholic rad sh lses pub"r~lag dow the Ck d
tatIl I could oream.
How ran I get rid d at her? m hsed of hr~avin Als pest
barge in her everyf day and takeu may tme.

DEAR 74EWIGIBO: these is el eme way to gt rM t
a pest Sk rP to plas eat mb t sd as Wsh ama


SUN: Rises
6 26 p~m


6 02 a.m. Sets


course, if you want tofly via Miami,
please remember that we have dai ly
flights to London.)
r"My airline gives you the same
fine service in the air that we try to
give you on the ground. So we hope
you'll keep us in mind the next time
yo' thinking of fyitntgto Britai

He knows my airline as well as I do.


"'But for those who can plan
a head, we have a wonderful l ba rga in-
only $278 round-trip to London. It's
called our Earlybird fare, and you must
book and pay three months in advance
to take advantage of it. But it's worth it.
"What's more, you can fly any
biy yo isbhe ( ep tMoln y) on one
faster than flying via the USA. (Of


"My name is Margaret Carey. I'm
a secret y at BOAC, and I hope you'll
be booking one of our fl ights to London
SOon
'"England is lovely in the spring-
time, and in April and May we'll fly
yOU to London for only $332 round-triP

fareg u~p t $02 f tne suun r
mnths.


A QUANTITY OF MICELLAEU G ODS RWIL BE
WAREHOUSE, ARAWAK, CAY WELNESD)AY. APRIL
4TH, 1973, AT 10:00 A.M.,


By

Belgrave Auctioneers










aWRLD BACH CABIANA CLUB

I. Use of our Pool and I 3 mile of Beach ( Complimentary)
2. Mats. Towels and L~ounge Chairs (Comnplimentary)
3. Four C=hampionship Tennis Courts Night Tennis
cComplimentary)
41 His and Hers Sauna Baths I('omplimentary)
5. Putting G;reen 6. 10 p.c. off Weddings. Banquets and Meetings held at the
Resort
7. Additional COx ktail parties held throughout the year
8. Tennis and Swimming CIlinics
9. to p.c. off all special parties and group dinners
Ito Managers C'omplimecntary! Reception, W'ed. 6:415pm -
7:30~pm
II. Jumbala Torch Light Steak C'ook out (Wed )
12. Thursday. Champagne ~a nc~e Ipm -- Fore N' Aft L~ounge
13. International Huffet Hib~iscus lDining Room
14. Sunday Feature Movie pm
15. For those of you who like to play bridge, the Nassau
Bridge Club meets every Tuesday and Friday~ at 8:00pm
in the B~ird Cage

PLEASE CALL MANAGER'S OFFICE 78001
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION



' IT ALL ADDS UP .2

S- =


your reusabin? but unwanted "

items of

clothing, tools,

appliances, clocks,

fans, etc. .. clear out

your closets, garage, storeroom .. .

all can be ofhelp

to someone else.

Donate them to








Ty O DOS WET OF
MONTROSE AVE




AEAREDL


We'll take good core of you.
BOAC--British Airways, Boyle Buliding, Bay Street, Nassau. Tel: 2-8600 and international Credit Bank Building, West Mail, Freeport. Tel: 2 9622


t hW HM


Should she marry impotent man?


Bahama Star, Flavia, Emerald
Seas from Miami
Sailing tomorrow: Specialist
for Liverpool; Tropic Flyer for
West Palm Beach
WEATHER
Wind: West-south-west to
west-north-west 8 to 15 m.p.h.
Weather: Variable cloudiness
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min, tonight 68
SUN


BUV
OR
SELL


ART1 SHOW FOR


IT L AAL I

u, ""'n an .F Ese un

show all organized by the
Bahamas Mental Health
Association for fund-raising
T art show, to be held
from April 6 through April 8 la
the Victoria Room of the
soel nill be ofiallyC oed
by Mr. E. P. Taylor and will
take the form of an exhibition

Pr f tnh ploed fom d
the Association.
Well known in local art


early youth in Australia and
Greece before coming to the


academic distinction and
giving a number of highly
successful showings of his
paintings from the age of 13
on. At the age of I5 he went to
Miami University to study
physics, Here, he won the
Outstanding Freshman Award
during his first year, and
continued his success by
winning an Honours Physics
Scholarship to cover the cost
of his studies, graduating with
aB.Sc. cum laude with
Honours in Physics in 1971.
He is presently working
towards a Doctorate la
Theorectical Physics at the
State University of New York
at Stony Brook. However, he
still considers himself an artist
and paints whenever possible.
Nikos Saligaros has learnt
very little from classes, and is
primarily self taught. Out of all
use aiv case in d hi h isch
brief contact with Eugene
Massin in only fruitful event in
his formal art education.
The public has rearcted
enthusiastically to his
paintings. From his first
showing in Nassau at the age of
I3, Nikos Saligaros has sold a
great many paintings and is
represented in numerous art
collections including those of
Aristotle Onassis and thre
National Geographic Society in
Washington D.C. Others who
own paintings by Saligaros are
Prime Minister Lynden O.
Pindling, Mr. Harry Oakes, the
late Sir Stafford Sands, Lord
Grey and Mrs. Helen Higgs.


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C9281
25ft thERTRAM ontlytifoud een
Call days 3-5673 -- after 6 p.m
4-3037.

POSITION WANTED

C8500
if YOU need a young girl to
work in your shop please write
AdvO C8500, c/o2The Tribun ,


WORK WANTED
C9322
LADY WITH over 20 years
experience would like to be
employed as maid. Telephone
5-4420.

WOIE

C9332

CONCUR MFROMERM YR Ti

A NTACT EASNODSTA DEAR
OIL S. A. LIMITED AT

TELSEBPLHEONE SNOUMBEAR


HELP WANTED
C9350 FULL TIME live in
maid. Telephone 5-6219.

C9346
WANTED: Gardener to live in
year round. Must have
references. Telephone 41078.

C7290
JOB TITLE: Payloader
Opera or
MoNd Ma Meu EDUCATION:
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

DUTI ES/RESPONIBItLITI E

limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed syt m
interested Applicast sC tact.
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cerrent Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.

C7292
JOB TITLE: Appropriation
Clerk
MINI MUM EDUCATION:
High school or equivalent.
Accounting or basic
book-keeping is desirable.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years practical accounting
office experience of clerical
work
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Handling and accounting for

pentttol sndhre w tin of pta
expenditures, prepare tio her
posting and balancing I.C.C.
general ledger, prepare
preliminary y fin anc ala
statements, posts and
reconciles subsidiary detail
accounts and prepare reports as
required.
interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.
C9335
BEAUTICIAN TO OPERATE
BEAUTY SALON AT
TREASURE CAY.
Qualifications Required. At
least two years experience -
Capable of running beauty
salion (one Beautician
operation n), pre fer abiy
experienced in both men and
women hair cutting and
styling, but not essential for
men.
Kindly send resume to:-
"Beautician" P. O. Box
N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas. or
telephone 2-2415, 2-8730 Ext.


COB TITLE: Conveyor Cleaner

ScoNd rU M- MEs UA IOl t
read and write.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Experience not essential.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Clean conveyors and transfer
points. Interested Applicant
Contact : Person nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Free port.
C39321
EXPERIENCED COOK with
knowledge of hotel cooking
age 30 years and over
references requiired. Call
2-8395.


ff,6)ED
Bar Waiters
Bar Waitresses
Bar Boys
Apply Personnel Department*
Emerald Beach Hotel between
the hours 9:30 a.m. and 11.30
a.m.

C9356
REQUIRED one Project
Salesman tpop eside om Fami y

college goadusates orequi ale t

Marketing and Sales
Adm n stratio e pe 45B906x




REs'ERVATIONS MANAGER
- At least five (5) years
experience with large hotel.
Complete and thorough
knowledge of Reservations and
Front Desk operations, group
tours a nd conventions.
Supervise and train large staff.
Please submit resume to
Manager, Emerald Beach Hotel,
P. O. Box N7108, Nassau.

C7296
TELEVISION AND RADIO
TnECHN sIANelc n uxeinesd

bre n nip etelyd familiar SI h
State devices. Must possess
own hand tools, good salary
and hours. References
essential.
Bahamas Music Corporation
Ltd., P. O. Box F-769,
Freeport.

TR ADE SREMI 't

C8105 SF UE
TRY US FORBOSAF NUEW
CLEANING! M~'SCARETS

SPHORSSTTERAY TEL-
51071-2- -.

C9317
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes. apartments and
Doe as Sales eand se icWs RCa

OeF tM k's, ackey Street


C9299

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

C9363
FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance Call G. Patton,
Budget Builders 32656.

C9315




Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
Ht- AV V DUTY T HUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING

IATAECA GMEANGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE

MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


Which day

is best for

a 88n Ad?


TRADEr SERVICES

O CHIEF SECURITY
OFFICER: With 10 years
Police e x per i ence and
supervisory capacity.
tONeE LFE GarARDperit
in Pool and Beaches.
ONE RESERVE AT ION
SUPERVISOR: With four to
five years experience and to be
solely responsible for all
reservations and convention
groups.
Interested persons apply to:
THE GRAND BAHAMA
HTETL & ECO ERY RC UB
BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.

C7289
JOB TITLE: instrument
Repairman
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSI ABILITIES:
a stall, repair calobr eter ts gnd

r ictni or raphicme etrical
Interested Applicant Contact:
Pron Il Demartmen~t, Bah am




C72B0 TITLE: Payloader
Operator
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Operates payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materiatisdinto feed systsmr at

Personnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. O. Box
F-100, Freeport.

C729TITLE: Conveyor Cleaner
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary must be able to
read and write.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Experience not essential.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Clean conveyors and transfer
points. Interested Applicant
Contact : Pe rson neI
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.

27299
WNANTED MAN with minimum
5 to 10 years experience in
wallpapering, painting and
decorating. Able to work on
own without supervision.
Write: Adv. C-7299, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box F-485,
Freeport.


CANI1TOR/Custodian and
Maintenance Man required for
downtown office building.
Duties to include routine
building maintenance, office
cleaning, trash removal, etc..
Apply Mercantile Group, P. O.
Box F-456, Freeport.
Telephone 352-9761.


IIELP MNIITED
C7293
JOB TITLE: Foreman
Mechanical Maintenance.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSI ABILITIES:
Supervise the mechanical
maintenance in the installation,
assembly, repair, inspection
and testing of equipment for
the entire cement plant. The
facinitis include hammer min


rn pessors ealrsmills, ppinp
boilers, oil handling and firing

Aqi m nt rnduse oiloec o s

Celent Company, P. O. Box

C9352
COST ACCOUNTANT Must
have 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
a o re orts, aperformvarost
complex accounting matters,
must also have excellent typing
candse retarial sics oMusit hve

rp~eriin Bahamiaan status
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
experience, to Corporate Bank
and Trust Company, Limited,
P. O. Box F-2748, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island. No
phone calls accepted.

C7298
LABOURER to clean septic
tanks, dig ditches and keep
yard clean. Only Bahamians
need apply.
McConville Plumbing, P. O-
Box F-227 (352-2367).



TEC ICIA A expeRienceO
in all types of electronics. Must
be completely familiar with
transistors and other Solid
State devices. Must possess
own hand tools, good salary
an d hours. References
essential
Bahamas Music Corporation
Ltd. P. O. Box F-769,
Freeport.

ZihP Bribune
SHIRLEY STTREET -
NASSAU, BAHAMAS


C228B G. T. 1970. Good
condit on. $1500 0.N.G. Call
22836

PETS FOR SALE
C93 45
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPP
Thoroughbred Male -
months old. AII Shots. Classic
Markings. Telephone 2 1741
BUSinOSS hours.

BUSINESS

C91(PPORTUNITIES I
PLANNING TO BUY
A LOT?
Act now! Hilltop lots,
corner lots
Easy terms
Call Franke Carey
at 27667
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets.
CALL TODAY



C348
RWARbD.1R turn of jwe lery
Mail, reistered S. Warren.
Genra Delive~ry, Hicksville.



sqRu C IPs d L.A SESd
case, Friday, March 30th
between 8:30 a.m. and 3:15
p.m. at Government High
School or Oakes Field
Shopping Plaza. If found please
call Orville Rollins-Gibson
3-6936 after 6 p.m. or 2-2722
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 3
p.m. to 5 p.m.

FOR SALE
C9277
plAHOGANY CHINA cabir t

bate-P eraeTd32power-drve
recliners -- Phone 3-1251
C9294
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
before 20th April, 1973.
1 Refrigerator 16 cu. ft.
I Dining Room Suite
3 Bedroom Suites (one French
Provincial\
Furniture in very good
condition. Telephone 41243
after 6 p.m.

C9328
TYPEWRITER, record player,
sewing machine, heater, fan,
toaster. AII perfect condition.
Write P. O. Box N8009,
Nassau.

C9327
sHOMEerSTEREOe turnatabl"

Tele uneo tpte orrer Pr2

C9355
9 PIECE RATTAN Set, full
bedroom and living room,
single bed with head board.
Briggs & Stratton heavy duty
lawn mower.
Oasis water cooler, electric
drill, washing machine and
various electrical appliances.
High Vista. Telephone 42724.

C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc
owner leaving Island soon. Call
Glen Hepburn, 6.7102.
C9357
1 Waltz Organ
Oldsmobile 68 Delmont -- 4
door excellent condition.
Reduced owner leaving.
Phone 57324.

C9311
1 CONVERTIBLE COUCH
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250 Ib. trunk food freezer
Call 77947.

c9366

Monl soe o7x000Rmiles 68ery
good condition $850
Also full set of golf clubs $80.
Tel. 31324.

IIN EMORIAM
C9370


fmlia wit tave aet
coupons, credit cards, etc..
Compose and type own
correspondence and post
a counts onTNMR AOGE: To
assist General Manager with
Oceanus Hotels Ltd.. Direct
supervise and train personnel'
Must have at least five years
experience in Hotel and
Tourist field.
Ae ne()cceanus Hos Lt.

W 3j Freeport, G.B. P. O. Box

C7292
JOB TITLE: Appropriation
Clerk
MINI MUM EDUCATION:
High school or equivalent.
Accounting or basic
book-keeping is desirable.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years practical accounting
office experience of clerical
work.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Handling and accounting for
petty cash working) funds,
control and reportingof capital
expenditures, preparation of
monthly journal vouchers,
posting and balancing I.C.C.
general ledger, prepare
preliminary y fin anc ial
statements, posts and
reconciles subsidiary detail
acc unts and prepare reports as

inetiroed. n

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

C7295
COLOUR TV TECHNICIAN -
minimum of five years
experience including circuit
modification and sweep
alignment. Must be able to help
and train others. Must possess
own tools, good salary and
hours.
Write for interview: Bahama
Music Corporation, P. O. Box
F-769, Freeport.


C34 FOR SALE
SEMI HILLTOP OUT EAST
2 miles from town. Has 3
bedrooms 2V/2 baths furnished,
pUs TOEN, PLUS COMPL ThE
kitchenette, last but not least'
OoNmEeveRE ofofgrounds wi h
appointment
DIAL DAMIANOS, THE
ACTION REALTOR II sl
real estate. Phone 23e3
22305, 22307 evenig 41197*

C978WNER LEAVING
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
completely furnished, recently
painted Johnson Terrace.
Price: $25,000. Telephone
42462 af ter six
C9333
FOR SALE
HOUSE VILLAGE ROAD
AREA. Ha1ve house 4
bedrooms, 2 baths unfurnished
wooden structure spacious
corner plot Village Road area.
C ly asking $22,000.00. Come

DALsDAMAO 13A A2 300ni
evenings 41197.


C o n YMDEC ROA BEA
ESTATES. Payments from

85800 tO I toR F~rooo
completed. Lake front lots
from $7,500. $100 deposit
Tel: 2-3027 or 2-4148
MOTRALTEY & O'BRIEN REAL

C9353
HOUSE FOR SALE --Hillside
Estate. Contact Jerome Bethel
Tedder Close, Palmdale, House

C9364
COMMeERCInAL PROPERTY
runin se2vi0iofee7,o~n or vate

Cash Price $17,500.00.
PHILIP BROWN REALTY.
Phone 24862 31273 after
5.00 p.m.

C9369
FOR SALE
SECLUDED gorgeous western
hilltop homesite, all facilities in
private estate $68,000 Terms.
Owner phone 5-7224 evenings.

FOR RENT
C9207
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phon 36959

C9030
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,



Occupancy May Ist through
December 31st. Married couple
only, wife unemployed. Low
rent for consideration of
supervision of premises. Phone
4-1476.

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
cedar-lined closets. Available
for long lease May 15th. Phone
3-6262-3-

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 Montagi

25c4 ny 564ar ngh hne


3eE~ffiieancy apartment, also
one furnished room suitable
for two reserved ladies or men.
Phone 5-1044.

C9310
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month.Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
24777-8.


C9306
ONE EXTRA large two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished -- Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shiriey and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone*
lunodnUpar ing T.V.ean enal
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


In loving memory of our dear
beloved son Eugene Sherman,

Hestills finds the time to hear
a child's first prayer.
Saint and sinners call, they'II
always find him there,
Though it makes him sad to see
the way we live,
He'll only say I forgive.
Sadly missed by mother and
father, 2 sisters gIiv peasre tsd
y friends


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PACE9MAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


JO TITLE: Instrument
Repairman
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
eMqINu e EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
install repairacalibrate test and
adjust any type of integrating*
indicating or graphic electrical
or mechanical instrument.
Interested Applicant Contact:
Personnel Department, Bahama
CementFCompany, P. O. Box


O FO8 E OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C9318
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
efficiency apartment, also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C9358
AVAILABLE end of April d
two bedroom airconditioned
house Twynam Avenue.
Phone 5-1881


C R E SH-OP for rent, 3000
5Lquare feet, 6th Terrace,
Centreville. Can be used as
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583

C9302
AVAILABLE APRIL 1st
airconditioned, fully furnished
1 bedroom apartment,
including T.V. and telephone
Brooklyn Avenue. Phone
3 1329.

FOR SALE OR RENT


dO3 NaRs aESTuA h western
bathroom stone colonial

nnimtefres water r ply

shopping. $300 month lease.
Phone 5-7224 evenings.


CARS FOR SAILE
C9329
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.

1970 FORD ESCORT,
Blue Std. 4 Dr. $995
1 972 VENTU RA,
A/,Bucket SeatsL Gold $4950

2 Dr9 RdioOAuto. Blue $1600
Auto. $850
1972 VIVA S/W'
Automatic White $2600
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE'
4 Dr. Sedan
Blue/White $2000
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA'
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio, Orange $3500
1969 FORD TURINO $1200
1969 FIAT 1 24 S/W.
Std. 4 Dr. $550
1971 FORD CAPRI AUTO*
Blue $1850
1 968 DODGE DART*
Green $850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD.
Blue A/C $2800
1971 FORD MAVERICK
Auto. Red $1950
1969 VIVA
SDr9 Aut reenE $800



Auto. Blue 82100
1969 PONTIAC GTO 4
A/C Viny IGre 02000
1968 FORDr ECORT 4
Blue 695
1970 IA
2 Dr. Auto. Black $500

Trade-ins welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8

C9320
1968 COUGAR V /8 ,
airconditioned, Vinyl top
excellent shape only $1250.
Day phone 35673 - Nights
31909.

C9319


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196;9 COUGAR $800.00.


F~OR RENT
C7249
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath Duple
$200.00, CATV included.
1 Bedroom, water, garbage,
CATV included, $150.00
Freeport 352-2126.

HELP WANTED
C7288
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
For General Manager of

Oas an acco teLa shor hn
ad tyieg ItProtficientx tin a


Secretary.
peius


CREDIT


At least three years
ne experience r th

MANAGER: To
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Also available
1 967 FORD CORTINA
standard shift $600
19869 RAMBLER REBEL
2 door $1000
1970 CPCVY IMPALA
g"od condition, air $2450
19370 CHEVY M~ALIBU
good condition, air $2200
1972 DODGE AVENGER
SUPER
Ex. demonstrator $1950
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
good condition $2350
1971 CHEVY VEGA SEDAN
like! new $2000
1971 SINGER VOGUE
radio, automatic $1500
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA S/W
good buVy $1950
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA

1a7n2 VUd HALL FIRENZ450
like new $2250
le 99 CHrEVl CAMAARO180
1970 CHEVY IMPALA
recently painted $2500
1 973 DODGE POLARA
S/W Raffle car $5500
1969 FORD FALCON
red, automatic, radio $1200
196 CHEVY MTAHLIBURYS1200

blure, automatic $400
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711.


C7293
JOB TITLE : Foreman
Mechanical Maintenance
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Moo basic educatin.RINE
5-10 years.
DUTI E RE PONSIBeLITI ES

maintenance in the installation,
assembly, repair, inspection
and testing of equipment for
the entire cement plant. The
facilities include hammer mill
crusher, cranes conveyors
kiins, c cooler s, pumps.
compressorsh al nmilas, pi 9 g
equipment and dust collector .
Interested Applicant Contact
Personnel Department, Baham
Cement Company, P. o. Boa
F-100, Freeport.


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I FEEL THAT I'M IMPOSING 6TRAN6ER, SET6Y! THE BETSY'S SA65 UP TO THE AE DRIVER woN'T BE IN THE
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Monday, April 2, 1973.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

Q? OIOlWEC(PE
from the Carrft Righter testitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A wonderful day
to put a plan of action you have into
operation. It is wise to use the finest part of your
intelligence to make this new project successful. Others wil
cooperate fully to make your formula workable.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Got together with long-time
friends and plan the future. Show others how charming you
really are. Make sure you pay bills that are important. Take
health treatments tonight.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Find the confidential
statements that can give you the information you need.
Look to a clever adviser for the answers you need to present
problems. A friend wants to discuss a plan with you.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Think over what new
contacts you want to make so that you can advance more
quickly where your career is concerned. Attending a group
meeting is beneficial. Try to help one who is in need.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Engage in
public affairs that are important and you can improve your
obsition in life Loo o the appliandces that can make your
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the right promptings as to how to get ahead faster now.
Listen to what associates have to suggest and you will
benefit. A friend can be helpful to you now.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) This is a good time to take
care of any responsibilities that face you. Show more
devotion to loved one. Generosity is the keynote at this
time. Try not to hurt the feelings of others.
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expect of you with more efficiency than in the past. Be
cheerful A public affair can be most helpful to you now, so
engage in this activity with enthusiasm.
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yOU more efficient at the work ahead of you. Find the right
articles of apparel that bring out your charm. Persevere at
your lne of endeavor. Be logical.
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activities and recreations is fine now but be only with
congenial. Be skillful at whatever special talents you have.
CAvoidC RNi jc u22 to Jan. 20) Handle family affairs
early in the day. Listen to what a close family tie has to
suggest and carry through for mutual gain. Be sure to pay an
important bill on time.
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see allies and make new and better arrangements for the
future. Evening is fine for the hobbies you like. Avoid one
who is a hypocrite, and could do you harm.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You want to concentrate
on money and property matters now, and this is fine. Use
good judgment and common sense. Listen to what clever
business experts have to suggest.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. .he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who can make great
progress in practically any chosen field of endeavor. A good
academic education is best here for good results. Make sure
you give the advantage of foreign languages which can be
very helpful. Home life should be as ideal as possible.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you makre
of your life is lagely up toYOU!


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as the flying saucer takes off.
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until they are high in the air.
The oraft is less noisy now and
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going To the Wizard of
ToiI"replies teSree.
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11. Antique 34. Parched
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17. Spirit 44. Umbrella tree
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Nassau 'A' win squash



trophy from Jamaica
THE NASSAU SQUASH CLUB regained the Rosebowl trophy
awarded to the winning "A" team in competition with teams
from Bermuda, Freeport and Jamaica during matches played at
the Blue Hill courts from March 29 through April i. Nassau last


Lumberinen win their


sk-.)I first after seven losses


HEASTIE LUMBEGMN Ts te seUec~o Ncutive losses came
alive in the top of the eighth inning and scored two runs to break
a three all tie to defeat Bahamas Blenders 5-3 Saturday in a
Bahamas Baseball Assocition's game at the Q.E.S.C.


with a walk, scored from third.
The Blenders are now tied in
fifth place with Paradise Island
both five games out with a two
and six win-loss record. Heastie
is still in the cellar six games
out.
Batting first, rightfielder
Knowles saw Heastie's ahead
by one when he scored on an
error. Getting on with a walk,
henstolle sen adrtscored
missed Allan Minus' pop fly.
The Blenders, however,
retaliated in the bottom of the
second to take a 2-1 lead.
Pitcher David Micklewight
playing second drew a walk,
stole second and went to third
on a pass ball. He was later
wild pitched home. Catcher
Willie Thompson for the first
of his two hits in three times at
bat to bring up the third batter
of the inning, left fielder
Phillip Saunders. Saunders
grounded to the third baseman
Colin Knowles who on a
throwing error -- his only error
of the game overthrew the
ball allowing Thompson to
score from first and Saunders
to reach third.
Knowles made up for his
error in the top of the third
and scored one of his two runs
toe en he swore dat to alls
s ole second and moved home
ahimr ofe p tcer,htrymn to pick
field e mo
Centre fielder Kermit
Graham came through in the

bone dthe BI ners h aed dn
h ev pitch. Thed Lumbe mten

eolwiginnmmg and s prised
Larry Tumnquest the winning
pitcher struckout five gave up
no walks and no hits. Stan
Smith the loser struckout
seven, walked four and gave up

sent tle Lumbermen, it was

fuor aie osH bt ir g
baseman Arthur Thompson
with one official time at bat
eetornb 'sit and knocked in
The Lumbermen in an


S~ettnight in the first aame


GATES OPENll.30s.m.

POST TIM~E 11pm


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




a U ctilii'd -


won the trophy in 1969.
T~he Nassau club achieved
their win by way of 4-1 and
3-2 victories against Bermuda
and Jamaica respectively and a
narrow 3-2 loss to Freeport .
Outstanding Nassau players
winning all their matches were
Robert Montgomery, "A"
team No. 1, who beat Eddie
Kyme of Jamaica 3-1, David

imla asoon o at ia 3-; and
"A" team No. 4 Kieith Parker
who beat E~wan McLay of
Bermuda 3-0. Lindsey Murphy
of Jamaica 3 2 and Vaughn
Williams, Freeport, 3-2.
The outstanding player in
"B" team competition was
Bobbie Jennings of Jamaica
who at 17 was the youngest
player in the tournament.
Playing first string for Jamaica
he beat Peter Perry, Nassau
3-0; Mike Alexander, Freeport,
3-0; Tony Brewer of Bermuda


From the bottom of the
fourth to the top of the eighth.
both sides failed to score
although Heastie's were
threatening with hits. Almost
like a present for the
Lumbermen, they got their
go-ahead run when, with bases
loaded, right fielder Ervin
Knowles got a free pass to first
and short stop Alfred Phillips,

H astievvs theonree ru. A la
Minus followed with a sacrifice
fly to the second baseman and
R.Trauswth as o on


F AZE pR LACES ALI
heavyweight champion Joe Frazier
has been signed to replace
Muthhsmrnnd Alr I an exhibition
Ali had to cancel after he broke
hapsset decs < to Khien ao n I
san D~iego.
Ali's handlers, Chris and Angelo
Iundee, ns ca bours.


Nassau's most successful
"B" team players were Dr.
G~rahame Barry and Eric
Wilkinson. Playing at No. S
Barry beat Wilson of Jamaica
3-2, Campbell of Bermuda 3-0
and Harris of F~reeport 3-0.
Wilkinson played No. 3 for
Nassau and beat Gibbans of
Baermiuda 33-0,anBronlre o

Freeportes individual
championship was held in
conjunction with the
tournament for Rhe ir tD time.


Rackhees Assoc0aci cha pon

Drern wce of tt re pr,

event, retat ine lero prf c

defeated Hilda Morio of
Jamaica 3-0. She regs nedoa
3-0 victory over Jo Farley of
Bermuda mk thed smifinl ad

over Denise Wood of Jamaica.

T s Lasdies a'Pla e" emaa ,

final with Hilda Morrison
beating compatriot Rosemary
Letgh idedarner eosildent of
the Nassau Squash Club, said

wee an nthme viiig eoa sh
enjoyed their stay and the keen
competition. "There was a
high standard of play," he said
"and the good support' from
members of the public must
have been due to the press. It
was most enjoyable."
FOLLOWING are the results
of the quadrangular tourney:

Nassau 4-I(B). 3-2 (J).(I2-3 (')
Jamaica 2-3 ( ), 2-3 ( ., 3-2 (')
Rermuda 2-3 12, 4-1 ( 3, 1-4 (N)
Ireeport 3-2 ~N, 1-4 (), 2-3 (J)
'B" TI AMIS (NMSSAU S 2 tr phy)
N~ausu 4-1 (B), S-0 (I;).2-3 (J) ~
F~reeport 1-4 (1 3-2 (B), 0-5 (N)
bermudae 0-5 ( ), 2-3 (J), 1-4 (N)
OVERALL "A" AND) "1s'.
Jamaica S matches won.
Nassau 4 matches won.
Freeport 2 matches won,
Bermuda 2 matches won.
Ladies championship: Winner
Doreen McNeil ( Faio.'r~e ports
Runner-up Denise Wood(Jmc).
Ladies "Plate": Winner,HIlda
Morrison (Jamarica) runner up
Rosemary Lethbridge (Jamalica).




JIM FERHNANDER S G~rat
toktp hnoure inte Iah
Hobby Horse Race! Track. G;eoffrey
Serchwell rode Sugar to second and
Uncle Lou ridden by Austin
Saunders came in third.
aid 7 nning6 combhination of 2-4
Iollowin are the raet results
FIR'ST RACE 4%/ Furlongs
$6.70 $R.u0r 5.72 ; )China ~llT n
J. Bain $6.65, $3.70; Miss Sharon
(9) -- M. Lewis $6.00-
U LCON) R CI -9 FuriongsA
Saunders 5 6.20. $3.9b $2.80.
Winchester 3 ) J. Boln b $62.
$5.15:~ ~ J Jun e i () A 6. Gbb
$7.20. Daily D~oubl! (6-2) $22.60,
First Quinellad (3) $2 .90.
On~e DonR VIlv (3) A. ;inbs -
$8.50, $3.95. $2.85: Dat Liker Dat
(2) G. Serchwell $3.70, $2.40:
noon Waltk (5) H. Vernander -
$3.00 SeconJ Quinella (3-2) StI1.85
FOURTH RAC'E 6 V'urlonws
Black Magic (9) J. Bain -
$3.90, $3.20. $2.85: Royal Son (4)
H. Vernander $8.35. $5.25:


$!2.90. $6.25. $3.90. Sulwr (4)
G.Serhwel -8.70, $3.42:


Lighte (4u -6 C. Munnngsr 3.0
Vifth. Qou nlla (3-9~ll $5.1

5idi (-8 -$1.8 .
EIGHTH RACE 4% Iuriangs
Slip Away (2) -- F. Mtrujo -

(3th t) P.Nebl S2.70.R eventh
Q~lt uinella (2-1) $8.85&


,

STEVE NORTON (second from right) poses with his trophy after winning the
Montagu Beach Hotel Invitational Tennis Tournament on Sunday by defeating Peter
Isaacs 6-1, 6-4, 6-1. Others in the picture (from left) Bradley Demeritte, Montagu Beach
Tennis Pro, peter Isaahcs, Sidney Poi ier who presented the trophy, NOro On dkBe nard




$18v V8to 00 WInS M Ontagn 18HRIS


STEVE NORTON, in a
magifien displayo6- tnnils

6-4 yesterday to win the men's
division of the Montagu Beach
f-lotel Amateur Invitational
Tennis Tournament. In the
ladies division, Beulah
Richmond defeated Ruth


nCm tilt on was gr at ahnd
everything well organized went
right on schedule," commented

11nag tennis mr nottradey
therehas een a vast

tnro e oent mntennis oe> rc


Balhamnas should have a very
caiptnt tennis cu{s aer
defeating C:harles Carter 6-0,
6-3, Norton took a 5-0 lead
before Isaucs came back in the
sixth gamie broke Norton's
serve and scored his only point
of' that set. Norton, however,

tan ds aev sn aaesevewn

moved to the finals after he
defeated lan Bethel 6-4, 7-5
pulledN himself together td

Tiedl at two all at the end of
the fourtthnbmekof the se od

in the fifth game and won his


in the sixth. Isaacs however

svnh upd ninth gm w ie
Norton won the eighth and
tenth.
Norton, who was serving
well and using a great forehand
and playing a good net game,
again went ahead 4-0 in the


rstthe fib oame th h
served an ace and got his sole
point of that set. In the sixth

brke Ishas s Nveasnd wohn h
to win the set and the match.
exennis player ao go in
preparation for Brandon Cup


YOUNG WINNER
LITTLE GAIL KELLY wins the under 10 Hunter Seat
Equitation at yesterday's Eastern Equestrian Society Horse
Sio held dt Cmprdow RnR h Pr sentin Mthe wnuarr's
and full results in tomorrow's Tribune. (Photo: Rickey





TO FIGHT HIM TO SET TITLE
By GLADSTONEI TWHUSTON
NUMBER ONE lightweight contender Sugar Ray Sears had his claim on
the title! Invalidated Saturday when four year champion Gypsy Mike
Wheymns confirmed he did not relinquish the lightweight title and never
.Referring to an article appearing

t e meshdben miin arm d
junior welterweight champion, is THE following are the Ilneups
t isyprepared for a title defence if fo oors o' R T racing at Hobby
ta so vhat Sears wants. ranme a e i ts
trains under middleweight champ 2. County 113

tmht he udetrsto Wayn tvd 4Ms Constance II
junior middleweight classes and was 6. Ju is 1 7
unable to make the lightweight 8. Forest F~ire ll IIS
class. Hence, he claimed the 9. Stiletto a 19
lishtweight titte. As no one qerled SUL ne I
accepted. Go Billy Go 113
Although Whymns Is not In a SE RNDA C 4 F1urlongsil
135-140 pound bracket, "he can 2nd. HALF DAILY DOU BLE
make! the lightweight division very 1. At Last I12
easily, affirmed trainer Wright. 2. Lady But 112
Wright said Whymns fought for 3. Flushins 115
these titles in the ring and as a 4. Sweet N Easy I 14
result they are his rightful own 6.kS S I
until he loses them again in the 7. Amazingly 112
ring. "AHl Ray has to do Is to get a 8. Casper's Child I12
promoter and see me," Wright said. 9. Miss Lene I 13
pro esso mal oxe headly Ist ayea SUoyal Son I17
after being in training a few months H Ru"n Bahamia H ur 15
prior. This paid off for the .Snndh- onsI6
271-year-old lightweight who from 2. Baby Twist I12
his nine fights last year chalked up 3. Wall Eye I16
eight victories and one draw. 4. Bold Lightning 112
Among the victories, Sears 5. Seni Paul I16
disposed of the number one 6. No Seat Jane! 112
contender Otis C'lay and 7Sweet Music I12
suc asful beene d t at position 8 iss Marsha Bar I1
SUB.
VERY CONTROVERSIAL Red Guinea 112
The draw which went down in Stageley a 12
the boxing records as being very Diamond 116
controversial was with none Banqluero I12
other than Giypsy Mike Whymns on SUO RHRC 5Frog 112


the substitute that was sent was 4. Mrs. pi)11
declined. Thus Sears was offered 5. D~oe D~oe 114
t bhot that night and hemanccepted S C'~rlount
"I won that fight," recalled e.Suhrn Star 112
Sears. "but Wright called it a draw BUfrink on D~raw I 14
even though he had nocthingr to do RIpro 1
with the scoring," he said, adding Sca e now I14
that two of the three judges had Amarlone!11
him ahead in the fight. "After that I)trleam Girl a a7
G;ypsy came to me! twice and said FarLdy a2
tha InewrnWright, however, pointed I ~-ofnRAurn 6 furlongs 2
out evident discrepancies in that 2. Dark Star 1
fight. Besides being a ten round 3. AI's Twist 113
non-decision match, Wright said 4. Stoplight 1
that the rounds which were 5. Gunsmoke III
supposed to be three minutes long 6. VandCy Fire aa 3
were timed at only two minutes 7. Top Secret a a7
eac. further, Wright said that o.Ldy alMrde a 3
Sears, besides being a substitute in SUB r 2
that fight, was actually knocked Magic prince 1I1
dowvn in the tenth round. Spanish Dancer 117
Sears. Wright continued, had a Termite I1t
chance to clear up the controversy SIXTH RAC' -- 6 IFurto~nys
when he w~as offered aI title hout on 1. Joy Rider (Spot) 117
the Bert Perry/Geyne Idlette? card. 2.Katunga 114
Althloug~h he (Sears) was 4.P sachaer 112
encouraged by his trainer Pinder, 5. Southern F~lame 1
Wright said that Sears turned the 6. Lady Lynn 1


IFifteen rounds is the accepted SVN RC urlng
lengthl of a title match. 1. Antrier 116



alright," said Sears, "hut not the 6. Miss Cudu I14
way I would like to feel. I want to 7. Bohama Rule 120
get my wvind going and o~nce I get 8. Added Sugar 114
that goilnp all I have to worry about 9. Shaheen 112
0 1 ha s-yer-od lihtwght I HnTH RACE 41/ Furlongs12
can( on th lig te gehtM ltie unkh Mr.ayn
Two, years Inter, h~e knocked out 5. Lady Cleo 1
'leve~land Williams for the junior 6. Five by Five ll
weltenrweight title. His hoxing 7. Little River II2
Ieor <~ 2 wihs mtwo htssandsomd Re Pi ~y Bank 11
onelr draryone a SUB.
Dodger Trouble I12


Ghto Warulttte


Monday, April 2, 1973.


whTc EreSUCCth SR aboNi Arohy Sy bAtnSHJam ia
Parkm er,: Iern Dvis and S~TJullen Briers of Jamaica who
handed over the trophy.


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