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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: April 6, 1973
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LI 11)(, \ ha~s beenr decilared
a smanllpox infecited area after
Ilealth aulthorities on Tlhursday
confirmed three cases of the
disease In1 the western quiarter
of the British capital.
~I h e A ssoc~ia td P'ress
Treporftd that within hours of
the annoiuncernr it (..neda said
all travellers arriving in that
country fromI London must
have valid smallpox vaccination



action will be taken by the



carrier of the disease arriving
here from Lofndon.
the d 1 > tywas unaware of
Tribune telephone to check oin
preventive mecasure9..
Permanent Secretary Frskine
Lindop said "I will have to
check with myv technical

It is understood that1 Britain
is not considered an ~ndemnic
area for smnallpox,u and
t h erecfo re ulnder no~rmlal
c Ir u m st a nces sminallpo x
vaccination certficates are not
requ~ired fo~r visitors arriving
trcain there
Sources satId inl a ';ltuation
such ,1\ this It Is the
respornsibilltv of the Medical
Officer ofI Hlealthl to, Institute
whatever me~asures are decided
uponri
M1011 1)r. (coma Davi could
no~t he~ contacted for comment.

L idll n I~uts3 of sh~rthealt
authorities c~onfirmedt three
cases had been detected.
TIhe alert coulld affect
tho~usands~ of travellers
planning to, lease Britain.
lIcalI thi rulthorit ies at
Landlon s Heati~hrow A~irport
\ald. "We have obtained
emlergency F1uppllieS of vaccine
for these last minute
requiremennts" of travellers
who will require vaccinations.
Tlhe scare begpanl when health
officials cocnflirmed that a man
anld hII w.Ife who( Vlisitd a
hospital inl London's
P'addington ditstrict1 last month
while an insuspecttedl smlallpox
victim la) in a ward hadf
contacted thle asiseasec
Thee Health 11inistrr warned
docKtorS al o)ver the Chu~nltry tol


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ufrng f'rom malpo
symptoms .rndl rppeale~d to
;Inyone who, assiel the watrd
where the smallpol, victonrr lay
undetected between Marc~h 16
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VIOL. LXX, No. 115


BUDGET DEBATE ENDS AFTER 4~ DAYS,

'WITH FINANCE MINISTER'S WARNING


By NICKI KELLY
FINANCE MINISTEW ARTHUR HANNA warned yesterday that he would not
statutory powers on price control if merchants did not abide by the law.


hesitate to invoke his full


HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS,
B rnad dTh ePrince ote








THE TRialU E

PRIME MINISTER Lynden
Pindling yesterday y
categorically denied any
harassment of The Tribune and
said that to the contrary he
personally, and his colleagues,
would be sorry if the evening
paper closed down.
Mr. Pindling's comments
came as the House debated the
1973 Budget Appropriation for
a Printing Department and
were sparked by wire service
reports of an address made to
the Inter-American Press
Association (IAPA) by T'he
Tribune's contributing editor.
Speaking at the IAPA
mid~~~oooooo~~~~~-year meeting in Montego
Bay, Jamaica, Sir Etienne
Dupuch said that government
harassment was forcing him
either to sell his newspaper for



to let him sell to a foreigner.
I us, he added, hew ld mos
rather than sell to someone
ap rovet by the hgovernmehnat

Prime Mn stere Pindling's
government was "not only
callously destroying the
economy of the country, but
worse, the character of the
people.
"I am not prepared to live in
a slave country," he said.
DENIAL
"The government denies any
ha assment whaets everh ifThe

forcing the editor and
publisher to sell at all, to sell at
half price or to close down."
Mr. Pindling countered
Thursday.

wishes shtevemak ce is ibls" h
declared. "I have said time and
time again that I personal
and my colleagues would be
sorry dif the evening paper

cl'Despiwe the personal
harassment he has given me
and other members of the
government we do not wish to
see The Tribune close, and I
have communicated that fact
to representatives of the
evening paper."
Mr. Pindling advised the
House that on January 9 this
year the government was
informed by the American
owners of a chain of papers in
Wheeling, West Virginia that
they were prepared to buy The
Tribune for $3 million.
They had approached
government to ascertain their
views on such a projected
purchase, the Prime Minister
said.
"The government gave the
matter long and serious
consideration, and mlindful of
the fact that there are three
daily newspapers, of which
only one is totally Bahamian
owned, and in view of
impending independence, it
subsequently advised them in
these terms: 'The government
would prefer the ownership of
all Bahamian newspapers to be
in the hands of Bahamnians',
Mr ide tht he would also
like to remind the H~ouse that
The Tribune itself and its
editor and publisher had gone
on record as being opposed to
the sale of Bahamian
newspapers to non-Bahamians.


Nassau to meet "The 1001" -
one th ssand omemb gh plus

himself - a special group of
influential persons from all
over the world personally
invited by His Royal Highness
to support the World Wildlife
Fund, of which His Royal
Highness is president.
Prince Bernhard, who
arrived in Nassau on Tuesday,
for a geit atoLyfor Car
yesterday the Prince and three
of his close friends went onto
the Lyfrod Cay golf course to


play nine holes. At 8 o'clock
His Roea hHighness and Chatriteo

His Royal Highness (for
conservation matters)
Commander Rick van der Lee
A.D.C., and M. de Mair, general
manager of K.L.M. in Mexico
were seen teeing off. While in
New York the Prince will
attend further World Wildlife
Fund meetings.
abrgnc Bernhar ds pdictH ed
on the golf course.
PHOTO:
PHOTO: Andrew Toogood


Making it clear that he
would also not hesitate to
impose price control without
warning, Mr. Hanna declared
that government "means
business on this."
He said he had advised the
Price Control Commission to
keep him advised on any undue
price movement and also urged
the public to cooperate by
informing the Commission of
any unusual changes.
The Fmnance Minister's
remarks came in the course of
debate on a Bill to amend The
Tariff Act.
The Bill institutes certain
duty increases on a number of
imported items.
Opposition representative
Noel Roberts (FNM-St.
John's), referring to Mr.
Hanna's Budget address that
the increased duties were to be
absorbed by business profits,
said he had been reliably
informed that the Ministry had
allowed importers to pass them


on completely to the
consumer.
With particular reference to
cars, Mr. Roberts said dealers
had met with Finance official
Robert Hall and this had been
agreed to.
DEFEATED
"Government by this
legislation is trying to improve
the revenue, but by these taxes
are putting cars out of the
range of thousands of people.
With less demand there will be
less cars imported and the
exercise will be defeated," he
declared.
The St. John's representative
insisted he wanted an answer
from Mr. Hanna as to whether
or not the new duty was to be
passed on to the consumer.
Replying, Mr. Hanna
maintained that no deal had
been made between his
Ministry and any other motor
car dealer, and no one had any
authority to make any deal
outside the regulations. He


said the 25 per cent fixed
profit on cars was to be added
to the landed cost.
(A Ministry of Finance
spokesman said today that the
25 per cent profit markup will
be based on landed cost plus
customs duty, emergency tax
and stamp tax).
"What has happened," Mr.
Hanna continued, "is that
some dealers have been making
more than a 25 per cent
markup, and this will have to
come down."
CONCESSIONS
Although mentioning no
name, the Minister indicated
that there was one company
which had been making less
than 25 per cent profit, and
was therefore able to pass on
the duty to the consumer.
"This dealer has also taken
in the overall situation and
given certain concessions to
buyers," Mr. Hanna said.
It was his understanding, he
continued, that some of the
dealers were saying that only a
25 per cent markup on parts
meant that they would be
selling at loss.
"We will investigate this, but



and if they don't we will deal
wit thRoberts had claimed
earlier that merchants would
increase prices on items not
huder pric control and said h
housewives that this had
happened.
BIG JOB
Mr. Hanna replied that
government realized the job of
price control was not complete
and that it was a big job to
carry out effectively. He
conceded that there might be
instances of merchants putting
up prices on other items, but
said the Ministry would be
vigilant in bringing to justice
anyone who violated the law.
Conviction could mean a
fine of $5,000 or 12 months
im prison ment .
The Minister said, however,
that he had found that the
majority of merchants tended
to hold their prices as
reasonable as possible.
"We have found generally,
t ha t merchants have
cooperated quite fully with the
Price Control Commission. We
have found that they have
come to the Commission
before going up on prices and
would not go up until they had
heard from the Commission."
Mr. Hanna pointed out that
this was at a time when the
Commission had no power.
"But there is a number of
merchants with no conscience,
and that is why government
has found price control
necessary on a number of
items."
He said he would be quite
prepared to add other items to
the control list if necessary.
"We are prepared to take
immediate action and it is up
to the Magistrate after that "
he said '
Where the penalty was not
su efficient deterren t,
government would not
hesitate to change it.
"We are determined to
maintain control ~over prices.
he declared.
Marsh Harbour reprensnta-
tive Errin ton Watkin (FNM)
goante nie know sodw the
control manufacturers' costs
on items produced overseas.
BRThehOpposition opposed te
vote a u e


f17. BOE




IHUS HOH E
THE HOUSE OF
ASSEMBLY last night
adjourned until Wednesday,
April 18 after four consecutive
days debate on the $117.75
million Budget Appropriation
for 1973.
Of this amount $13.5
million will be spent on capital
development.
The Senate will meet 10
a.m. Monday to begin that
Chamber's debate on the
Budget.
Also approved by the House
last night over Opposition
objections, were four tax Bills
which the government hopes
will contribute $13.5 million in
additional revenue this year.






COTST 1EC



rn s end-wide eee sch m
million, Works Minister Simeon
Bowe revealed in the House of
Assembly yesterday afternoon
during the 1973 Budget
debate. B

memrters toha thalsoovean e t
was actively considering such a
so eme and hat the
preliminary engineering would

"ehopeouellythis c rue i n
beginning sometime next year.
H-e said the first stage, to
cot $1 2 illin will coe
cNoasssau Stree t on wlag Ro d
and Bay Street to Wulf Road
"The niern fo thi
will begi engs yenr ad w
hope wil be completed by the
end of the year and
construction begun next year,"
Mr. Bowe said.
He estimated that within a
three-and-a-half to four-year
period there would be a
seweraagel system throughout


PfilcI Chltils 10t



HAMILTON, Bermuda,
April 6 (AP) Prince Charles,
aboard the ship Minerva as a
Royal Navy sublieutenant, will
leave the vessel before it stops
at Bermuda on April 15.
A Royal Navy spokesman
said the Prince's presence
would put a strain on Bermuda
security forces. He added that
the precaution was not to
suggest that Charles would be
in any danger in visiting the
island where British Governor
Sir Richard Sharples and his
aide, Capt. Hugh Sayers. were
murdered on March 10.
Investigation into the deaths is
continuing.
The spokesman said the
Prince will transfer to a survey
ship in the Caribbean during
the Minerva's call at Bermuda.


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VANROY 'CINCINNATI' 1)AVis


LEACHER 'SHAT' McDONALD


'Shaft' & 'Cincinnlati' youths


to face Soar eme Court tr sal

TWO TEENAGERS accused of holding up an elderly couple
after breaking into their Ivanhoe Road home at 4 a.m. on
February 24 and robbing them of cash and personal belongings'
were charged with the offence today and remanded in custody
until April 30 by Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules.


Wbk SIRISSe wa



sewerage charges may


CO AG 'iR 008 [ flt WS,


Minister Simeon Bowe declared in
The Government is paying
more to supply water than the
consumers are paying to use it,
and there may be a time in the
"near future" that a sewerage
charge will have to be added to
water bills, he added.
The Minister was countering
criticism levelled at the
Government by Opposition
members Norman So~lomon
(FNM-St. George and
Dunmore) and Errington
Watkins (FNM-Marsh Harbour)
over recurrent problems with
the Blue Hills desalination
plant and repeated water cuts.
Ironically, it was another
Opposition House member -
former Bahamas Premierr Sir

RFN -Sdirlea)S y mho ws ttte
first to defend Government s
effort to deal with the water
supply problem.
Mr. Solomon demanded
"the most detailed explanation
the Minister can give" for the
fact that "we are in a great deal
of very serious trouble," and
for the fact that "we are
spending a great deal of money
for water that just is not being
supplied."
Mr. Solomon traced the
more recent history from the
middle of 1970 of the water
supply problems, including the
nearly two-year delay in
getting the desalination plant
operational, numerous water
cuts and water pressure drops
extending over various lengths
of time, and the repeated
shut-downs of the desalination
plant even since it became
operational.
And he charged that unless I
am mistaken "that theory
behind the Blue Hills
desalination plant is precisely
the same as the theory behind
a dual desalination/electricity
plant for Eleuthera which the
then Minister of Works
(Livingston Aploakleylasturrd

because it was not considered
vible fro the th
.aonomic mr echn cal roint o
view.
"If the Government haS a


the House Friday.
problem here and I cannot
possibly see how they can deny
it why don't they come out
and tell us what the problem
is?" he wanted to know.
Mr. Watkins dealt only with
the most recent supply cuts.
The pressure was cut for two
hours a day from February 26,
to March 8. From Mar. 8 to
Mar. 31 the cuts were
broadened to 14 hours a day.
On April I the cuts were
reduced to 1 1 hours a day, and
mn the past week the supplies
steadily improved to near
normal conditions.
Mr. Watkins declared this
morning that "it is almost to
the point where it is a national

dris Minister Lynden
Pindling suggested the Marsh
Harbour member really meant
a "national emergency," but
Mr. Watkins declared "it's
further than that.
A BAD DEAL
"We have always been
hearing about how it's going to
be over soon. But Government
better put that plant down as a
bad deal, as a waste, as
experience and as one of the
Government's many failures."
Rising to G;overnment's
defence, Sir Roland said
"instead of criticising
Government I am going to
suggest we sympathise with
them and do what we all can to
conserve water.
"Members must realise that
water for this county is and
always has been a problem. We
are up against a serious
problem because there just
isn't enough ground water to
supply our needs.
"The best thing we as the
public can do is conserve as
much water as we can," Sir
Roland declared.
Mr. Bowe told the House
that "it is only because of the
rode ens tf noth mebrre y
to what was said by the
members for St. G;eorge and
Marsh Harbour.
He read a list of water
On1 Back Page


(al a*a nRol" Q td Lea he
"Shaft" McDonald, 18, were
smiling as they were brought
over handcuffed to co~urt.
Mgis rtuedilercule told theirn

in the Supreme C'ourt on the
charges, which are indictable,
"Cincinnati" Davis, an
unemployed Hfospital Lane
waiter had a previous charge of
robbery withdrawn against hni
la the request of isIpe to
police intended to charge hint
join tly wi th 'Sha ft '.
Mcilonald, a Rosedale Street
mechanic-helper.
McDonald is presently
serving a two-year prison
sentence imposed by C'hre'
Magistrate Hlercules in March
o~r a gun assault he carried oit
on police o ficers who
attempted to arrest him. le
pleaded guilty to, the charge at
the time.
The two were remandeci
after hernge charged this
morning with entering the
homne of 65-year-old Mlr. C`ecil
"Sparks" Albury and his wife
Annie, early in the morning of
February 24 and o~f robbing
thiem while armed with a
firearm and a knife of one
record player, twoi radios. one
getesrw tiewd $2 nd call
They were not called onl to
plead, but informed that1 if
committed, the case would be
tried before a Supreme ('ourt
judge and jury.
Police escorts responsible for
escorting "Shaft" Mcl~onalti
an CincinnatexceDIvs t

Mcnonald's insistence on
wai his black. elve c
insidthe courtroom etcp
Putting cap on his head
which appeared somiewhat
altered with the prison
cew-cc oletl 6Tpwred wit hlis


as a policeman attempted to
remove it. McDonald let go
after a short struggle and a
policeman took the cap off his
head.


DANGEROUS

ESCAPEE


AN INTENSIVE search for
Philip "Polka" Hlumes, charged
with armed robbery and
murder, continued today
throughout New Providence as
policeeatried to luecapture the
ese ped from a Supre eC (uro
basement cell at 3 20 p.m.
Wednesday
"We are still a pealing to the
public for any assistance they
can give", a criminal l
Invest igation Department
official said today.
Hlumes and six others made
their escape shortly after they
pleaded to charges brought
against ihem at the opening of
the C'rimninal Sessions of the
Suprmer c~ourt. TIwo police
officers were beaten and
locked into a basement toilet
after one of the accused was
escorted out to use it. The six
were back in custody by
yesterday .
flumnes. who is considered
dangerous by police. is S 10"
tall. of' brown comnplexion,
rnedium ndhaikl,udarkl ion


Anyone with any
information is asked to
telephone the police at 22501.
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION
UNDER U.K's N.H. SERVICE
LO)NDO avins aie on ah li rted lasinia t
niarriedl woimen under uritain's
tax-suppocrted National3 Hecalth
rsecrvi~e ndeTnieical panel
A\ report p~repared h) a British
Medicatl AsscKiatio~n group headed
by Sir Johln P'eel, former
gynreco~logst to Q~ueen L1lizabeth II,
spcts regidina cntres t< whic

it also suggests thaot sperm banks
should be created anld that all
donors should be carefully
"scenect. Tthe redpo rt di n I
in~semination by 1FAU94 or All)
3s it is known in B~ritain.


~ributoP


ered ih Posnutmatr of Bahamas for postag concession within the Bahamas., Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


Friday, April 6, 1973


W 5 YOUTHS FORCE


Price control 'without


warni/ '


threat if


merchants put up prices


Prince Bernhard here on visit




I' I I


REACHED AT


WOUNDED KNEE
WOUNDED KNEE, S.D.
(AP) A U.S. government

:::: adeee T h sad benra hh

oe one d nnese 3h7 doa

asssistant U.S. Attorney
Gen. Kent Frizzell said the
agreement would be signed
later in the day with leaders of
the armed American Indian
Movement forces who have
occupied the village since the
night of Fb. 27.
Details of the pact were not
immediate el zzell dl
Talk beteenFrizelland
leaders of the protest
adjourned late Wednesday
when disagreement arose on
minor legal terminology in the
final point on a 10-point list of
Indian demands, according tc:
the government negotiator.
He said, however, that he
expected the minor snag to be
resolved Thursday and that the
auemnts tawaswe mhminienth
straight day of negotiations to,
ed Ithe takeover of the historic

NO AID UNLESS
CONGRESS APPROVES
WASHINGTON (AP)--The
Senate vote rThursdaty ao bar n s
Congress specifically approves.
The as-3 ronl canl vote was hlardl)
a test of ~ongressionsisentimnent
prnogam potst-war threbuiliding~
administration has promised ther
North Vietnatmese to try to get1
through Congress if they live up thle
cease-fire ageement. coddb
procedural and timing questions.
The ban on use of funds already
appropriated for other purposes
In su tdort othe rc nt dealain
of the dollar in foreign exchange.
Administration spokesmen in the
Senate pointed out also that no
Idoclhind aid Cpr posa hasd bee<
Nixon is not going to make nyl)
such proposal until observance of
the January cease-fire in Vietnam is
assured.
Cnt nuedbeU.S. bom ing, i
debate.'






Giv oursbell haph
rheumaoi pains. sll
achingomuscles or he
disorders due to
Sluggish kidney
action.T~ake Doans
ilst kee
y fei f actve


Major offensive


by Communists


feared by Saigon

By Dennis Neeld

touc eG off the hevi figtn ei anc te dce seefireoth Sa oes
government reported Thursday
Military sources said the wounding 5 I government
Communist command may be Rangers. The rest retreated
preparing for a major offensive. toward the nearby Thanh Giao
But Pentagon officials in base camp but 34still arelisted
Washangton said they had no as missing.
reason to believe an offensive is A company sent out to
planned. recover the position ran into
At the same time, the artillery harassment, field
military situation in reports said.
neighboring Cambodia The Saigon command
remained serious. All highways spokesman, Lt. Col. Le Trung
to the capital, Phnom Penh, Hien, reported that in the
remained cut as Communist north, 11 miles west of the old
regiments tightened their noose imperial capital of Hue and 50
around the city. miles below the demilitarized
In the fighting in South zone, Communist gunners
Vietnam, four government rained nearly 800 shells on an
positions came under artillery infantry position in 20
and ground attack at widely minutes.
setathered sopointsleicnibwha Tweo kile nm wousol iers
"probing activity" to test the outpost in rugged hill
Saigon'skreactions and feel out 0 untr b ea Lthe U.S. army's

Attempts by Canada and UNDER SIEGE
Indonesia on the International The siege of the Tong le
Commission of Control and Chan Ranger camp, 50 miles
Supervision to putdadstop to North of Saigon, now in its
t fg ting bogged dwn in sixth week, went on without
procedural wrangles with letup. The South Vietnamese
Poland and Hungary, the have lost 14 dead and 109
commission's other two wounded in the fighting, but
mebes have beaten off 22 ground
Hanoi Radio claimed Viet assaults.
Cong forces were fighting only Military sources report the
in "defensive reaction"ito what Saigon command has prepared
it cale Su Vetnam's plans for a division-size relief
'military operations to operation but intended to
encroach upon and take exhaust all efforts to damp
control of liberated areas." down the fighting through the
Th roa cast charged that cease-fire supervisory
Saigon 'under American machinery before resorting to
instructions" had been drastic ground action.
responsible for 20,000 military It is feared that an operation
operations in the last two on the scale necessary would
months. touch off a full-scale battle and
OVERRUN perhaps wreck the cease-fire.
Government casualties in the In the Mekong Delta, a
four main clashes reported government infantry battalion
have climbed to more than 300 fought off enemy attacks on
and field reports said one their positions five miles
position in the central southeast of Cai Lay district
Highlands, 18 miles from the town which went on almost
provincial capital of Pletuck constantly for two days, Hien
was overrun, announced. The South
Communist m pantry men Vietnamese lost 27 men dead
stormed in behind an artillery and 69 wounded in the battle,
barrage, driving out the while killing 39 enemy soldiers
company-size garrison and he said.




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eseTA oFs myM P NH FULY S 0@ >d.,n
Sihanouk claimed T'hursday that its guerrilla forces have completely
surrounded the capital of P'hnom Pecnh and could capture it anry time they

,Ch um tngtoad miitr df rp 1ia er sya c ha tcu 's tkink ha as
delayed tem prevent hksodshed among the ppul li ry a udr otrl
of Sihanoik's dissident forces anld he said the gov~ernmenlt of marshal Lon
Not I able to survive otnly with the help of American bomnbers, armls ald

MEAT PRICED BELOW NIXON'S CEILING
NF:w YORK (AP') Meat prices are to drop today in onle otf the nationr's
major supermarket chains, the G;ranld Unio~n Co(mpany. It mlarksr the first
extensive victory for backers of the nation-wide meat boycott now ini its
si anda Uni~n, the tenth Iagr chi intecrnri oeig~er
po~rk, lamib and veal prices ata chai tn in~11 te runtd hlw therineili ~
imposed last week by P'resident Nixo~n. lThe reductions are to continue
through this molth.
INDIAN LEADER CHARGED W~ITH NINE COUNTS
RAPIDl CITY,~' SOU~~lTH DA KOTAi (A I')-Indianl leader Russell Means was
chargedt last nightl in Rapidl City, South 1)akcata with nine counts stemming
fro~m the siege orf wounded Knee. Under an agreement reached yesterday,
forces of the American Indian Movement are to, lay down their armns
iSaturday But Mean says tat we n't hap en until his fo lwer are sure he

WHO WILL SUCCEED J. EDGAR HOOVER?
WASHIINGTION (AP')-Several names figure in speculation for the post of
rUI. k~ltre torti n nwtatresident N Ingersoll, D~irecto~r of the bureau of' Narco~tics and Danngerous IDrugs .
former Illinois G~overnotr Richard OgKilvie .... and U.a.1I)istrict Court Judge
Jsi 1 I9prtn ofkiial abent~ I'terson unme Iastit tdofh >lurn,
administration officials downgrade their chances.
U.S. NTERTVENTION LED TO ALLENDE'S l964 DEFE d
saying that major intervention by the C.I.A. and the State Ikpartmer
helped to defeat Salvador Allende in 1964, the first time he ran f~r
president of C'hile. The "Washington Post" says that up to 20 million
donlar and asdman yasO 10 I.S personiil rt p~rlyv asr paoletdm he
actions and policies early in the Johnson udmlinnistration.
A Senate subcommittee recently held hearings into the activities of (1.8
corporations uguinstAhlende'F successful candidacy in l970.
ECHEVERRIA LEAVES U.K. FOR BRUSSELS
LONDO3N, APRHIL 6 (AP')-P'resident L~uis lEcheverria of Mexico left for
B~russels on the third leg: of hris world tour after a four day state visit to
B~ritain, the first by a chief executive of htis country.
pla t'rsidn' ede rure ws dielayhed ne Irb 45 minutes by the crush of
T~he P'resildent was the guest of Queen IElizabeth II and stayed at
Windsor Castle, 20 miles west of London, throughout.
britain was the second country he visited after Canalda. Hlis fatrflung: tour
listing hi tl so dCne mimits HVlt ttihe Pesident left with thle hope the
U.K. will back a Mexican proposal befrc~e the United Nations to set up a
U.N. Charter of E:conomic Rights and O)bligations, binding on all nations.
ONE KIDNAP VICI FRE TESH
BUENOS AIRES, Apti 6 (AlE KdOappe~rsRhavHe relsed the 16-yea-oid
son of a wealthy businessman, but others continue to hold a U.S. business
executive and a retired Arge~ntine rear admiral.
Angel Faobiani was freed near the central railroand station on Thursday
after n 'tth e ransom" was paid. P'edro Iabtiani, the boy s father, owns two
The kidnapping of the boy on Monday was thought not to be politically
motivated, although it came on the same day that Leftist gcuerrilla groups
kidnapped Rear Adm. F~rancisco A. Aleman and Antony D~acruz. technical
operate ons m nageroof EasrtmanrKodak's Arge tine r mn ad uru.
Another businessman kidnapped last week by Leftist in Rosario was
freed on Wednesday, reportedly after payment of $50o0ooo.
U.S.S.R. WILL LAUNCH 3 COSMONAUTS INTO SPACE
LOND)ON (Al'y-Victor L~ouis, a weth-informed Soviet journalist, said
Friday the Sowlet Union is ready to inunch three cosmonauts into space
and have them Ilnk up with the orbiting lab Sallyut2.
ltLous s rth n od agLe Ldne Ireeng News,du (1 die lu cth could cmne
manned space flight in nearly two years.
Louis, a Soviet citizen, hats high-level contacts in Moscow and has often
been the first with major news out of the Soviet capital.
Thn tosow officials re gained silent about the> ob tng spc Ite noratotrhe
announcement Tuesday night that the vehicle had been fired into orbit.
Though western observers thought it unusual that no progress report had
been published, they were reluctant to draw any conclusions.
Ptreuming the systems on board Salyut 2 were working property, it was
generally anticipated that a, Soyuz shuttle craft would be launched very
soon with a crew of three cosmonauts on board. The profile of the mission
would be for the crew to link with Salyut and go aboard the lah for ln
etnne Ru sans hold the endurance record in space with the use of similar
cran nThe three-monm ouznId eiw wnasu ,n eri fr, 12 may wtr alyu
closed hatch caused the death of the crew as they reentered the earth's
atmosphere.
ASTRONAUT IRWIN SUFFERS CHEST PAINS
AURORA, COLO. (AP')-lormer astronaut James Irwin suffered chest
pains while playing handball at a local court Wednesday and wa
hospitalized at Fitzsimons Army Medical Centre for observaltion and
treatment, a hospital spokesman said Thursday.


carit wat the ho Ioilo 15 moon flight nearly two years ago and had
retired from the air force. He is now with the Johns, Manville Corp. here
and is president of High Rlight, a nondenominational evangelistic group
headquarteed at Colorado Springs, Col.
U.S. WHOLESALE PRICES HIGHEST RISE SINCE 1951
WASHINGTON (AP)--Wholesale prices again surged at record levels last
month, forecasting even higher retail prices for consumers and threatening
to undermine President Nixon's9 phase 3 economic controls.
The Labour D~epartment reported Wednesday that the wholesale price
index, a major indicator of the rate of inflation, jumped 2.2 per cent in
March, the steepest monthly hike since January 1951.
Farum products and processed foods led the way, posting the fourth
straight large monthly increase. The wholesale price of consumer finished
foods those ready to go on supermarket shelves rose at a seasonally
adjusted rate of 4.6 per cent, sharpest since the government began keeping
records in 1947.
Lumber prices also shot up at a record rate, and industrial commodities
as a group went up at the fastest rate in 22 years.
The report drew an angry reaction from A;L-CIO President G;eorge
Meany, who again warned of big wage increase demands this year "if the
administration and the Congress won't provide equity" by clamping
controls on prices, rents and interest rates.


to ~that if the Arabs also had
hleen aggressors. As it is Israel
that is the aggressor we cannot
maintain the same attitude to
ha~th SIdeLS."
In a spirited defense of the
Palestinians Kosygin added the
Soviet Union also believes that
Israecl mu~st have guarantees for
its ~x istence.
ANNOYED
Ko~sygin was visibly annoyed
whecn another Israeli journalist
froml the Yedioth Aharonot
paper of Tecl A\viv, at the end of
th~e news conference asked how
thiis comipared with Soviet
relations with the U.S.
a ~rcsre in Vtrietnan gand

Chlechoslovakia and Hungary.

leadr wasaransket whether i
Soviet government will
officiallyy cancel the emigration
luix law because of U.S.
congressional mocves against it,
aInd would treat Soviet Jews
moicre humanely.
KosygIi n retorted "you
obviously believe that the U.S.
;Iggressio~n against Vietnam was
just, and that little Israel could
he ani aggressor too ...regarding
the tax law certainly no
legislative moves in other
Icounrtries could influence our
decision. The official organs in
thec Soviet Union have a right
to dtctrmnine whether an
individual is well off enough to
pary comipensation for tuition if
clearing the Soviet Union. But
as many cases have shown this
compensation can be waived in
c~ase~s where individuals do not
harve the meanss"
Kosygin added that he
thought "some people in
Israel" were sending paid
agents to other countries to
fecrment provocations against
thet Soviet government. He
added frankly "I speak so
harshly on this because I am
indignant about the false and
dastard statements made about
the so-called Jewish problem".
Kosygin declared that there
are three million Jews in the
Soviet Union and that he
represents them too as Premier.
"Thle Soviet and Swedish
governments agreed that they
will do their utmost to enable
the European security
conference to take~ place next
June. This is in the interest of
allI countries. If you analyse

tceori pels on thj Germa
question and the SALT talks
you will find that all nations'
including the United States'
bln t so ve in national
pro lems peacefully."


KosFygn was visibly angered
by qluestions fromi two, Isfatch
journalist\; about Sovietl policy
against Israeli andc Soviet Jew~,
and respondetl d with irate anrti
indignant tirades.

about 10)0 selected joulrnalists
at the wecll guardedC~ Soviet
emnbassy. outside which Jewish
demonstrators carriedl on their
quiet pro~tests, Kocygin madite
the following po~ints inl ;Inswers
to quecstio~ns

warnings that it mu\) haiv in I
resume military action l
"We will do allll inorll power ~
Co ses 1 1 it tupl uel I'II
by both slides andl enrcure tia1 a
casting pt see istastabli cle I1

President Nixoni ;lso ;Ittest to
the wishi of the Unirte Stat~s
to imlementrcnt the rpeace
.IgTCreement."
O)n Soviect(hincese
tension :
"T~ensio~n does still exist in
our relations with Chlina but I
that is through nio lault of
ours. We still want to, do all we
can to normalize relations with
China. Talks have now been
going on for four years in
Peking but so far hiave yielded l
no positive results and there is
no ground to say thle talks have
moved a long way forwardl"

"TIhe C'hinecse shout about
an allegedly Soviet threat bult
that is a lie froml heginning~ to
end, probuhly pro~vokedl by
internal C:hinese problems. We
aire however quLite sure the '
Chinese people dlo noct wish
tension either and are sure
normal relations will be
achieved sooner or larter,
On the Middle last:
"LWe will do all we cann to
achieve a mideust solution
based on the liberation of
occupied lands and bringing an
end to Israel's aggression.
World public opinion could
and should he brought to hear
to achieve such a solution. As
you know we still have a treaty
with Egypt in force and we
believe that Eg~ypt is fully
entitled to have a strongalrmy
to defend itself and liberate its
land s-
in this context Ko~sygin was
asked by an Israeli journalist of
te newspa er Miamii that if

to oa levenionreaea nfu
settlement, why dloes it not
have diplomatic relations with
both sides in the conflict?
The Soviet leader answered
curtly "we could have agreed


Whro Gribitttt


KOSYGIN MEETS THE PRESs CAMBODIAN


Soviet leader talks CAPITAL HOW


HEAVY FIGHTING REPORTED IGgg[[ggg


UNDER SI1EGE

PH NOM PEN ft
(AP)--THIAILAND BASED US.
B5, bombers str~uckhwithind ;
night and Friday morning in an
effort to break a Communist
grip paralyzing the capital's
main supply arteries, military
sources said Friday.
The sources said the
eight-engine bombers flew
several sorties four miles
southeast of Suburban
Takhmau in the delta between
(he Mekong and Bassac Rivers,
where an estimated 2,000
C'om mun ist forces had
concentrated.
Communist-led insurgents in
the area have kept a 30-mile
segment of H-ighway I between
P'hnom Penh and the ferry
Lcrossing at the naval base of
Meak Luong closed for more
than two weeks.
Heavy weapons fire from the
Mekong's east bank, north and
south of Neak Luong, have also
been ke ping ca ot andmoil ships
heading up the Mekong to the
sapt is resu il pr u skirn
long queues at garages.
However, it was reported
that a cargo and petrol convoy
awaiting at the South
Vietnamese border some 200
miles downstream from the
capital, would begin aday-long
journey upriver Saturday
morning, to arrive at Phnom
early in the evening.
The sources said the reason
the convoy was expected to get
th rou gh without major
harrassment was that the other
side was expected to let the
convoy get to the capital, wait
for fuel distribution into the
countryside then buy or
plunder it.
Despite the massive
American air support --as
many as 120 sorties per day by
the BS2s government troops
along Highway One managed
to regain only several hundred
yards of territory daily.
On Friday, despite a
day-long mission by Khmer
paratroopers, the government
side was able only to recapture
500 yards of territory 20 miles
east of Phnom Penh.
Meanwhile, military sources
said a large Communist force
has concentrated itself west of
Phnom Penh posed for a
ground attack against the
capital.
The sources said the force
included two Vietnamese
Communist sapper units,
mortars and rockets. They said
they did not k Ieacl
when the expected attack
would come but predicted that
it w Ild be within two to three

The sources said: "We do
not know if U.S. air strikes will
prevent the attack" which,
they said, "will probably be
short and sharp commando-
type" with limited objectives.


Of World tensions


Srole of Russia

STOCKHOLM (AP) Visiting~ Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin,
in sometimes heated exchanges with journalists at a press
conference here Thursday. said h~e believes the U.S. wants to
implement the Vietnam accord, that tension with China is
unsolved, and that the Soviet1 Unlion intends to carry on their
buildup of Egypt'S armed Ftrength.


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By ETIENNE DUPUCI
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 1 The spectre of Black
Power has spread across the U.S. and, in the process, seeds ol its
venom have spread throughout this hemisphere, infecting with
irrational hatreds formerly kindly and lovable island peoples.
The coloured Bermudian had the reputation of being among
the most genteel people in the world. During our visit to that
island a couple of years ago we were the guests at Governmlent
House of Lord and Lady Martonmnere and so we were removed
from all contacts with Customs or Immigration. We met only the
nicest people of both races in the island.
A little later our daughter and son-in-law passed through
Bermuda on their way to England. They sensed a feeling of deep
hostility among officials they dealt with in the airport .... not
hostility to then personally but hostility to anyone looking like
them.
The recent tragedy in Bermuda put a dark stain on the
reputation of the Bermiudian people.
Bahamnians ranked only second to Bermnudians in their
reputation fo~r gentleness, although I had always claimed that our
people we rethe finest in the world.
Now, un fortunately, ali this has changed.
I am told by someone from a school in Nassau who went to
England recently to recruit staff for his school that he ran into
difficulties for the first time. .
He said that at one time everybody wanted a teaching job in
Nassau. This time he had difficulty in Emnding anyone who wanted
to come to Nassau.
Jamaicans had the reputation of being the most difficult but
our first impression at the Montego Beach Hiotel where we are
staying is that these people are now really trying.
I would not have made this statement because it might just
have been an isolated case of courtesy that I had experienced but
at lunch today George Beebe, Associate Publisher of The Miami
Herald volunteered the impression that the people here are now
really trying to give tourists a warm welcome to the island.
When we registered at the desk this morning the Assistant
Manager, a young Englishman, welcomed us by name. I had never
met him but he recognized mle.
It turned out that he had been in Nassau on the staff of the
Royal Bank of Canada for five years but he was finally turned out
by Immigration. Other members of his family who hiad been in
Nassau for much longer than he was, are also planning to leave
soon. They are going to get out before they are kicked out.
"How do you find it here?" I asked him.
"Fine," he said. "I find the people pleasant and cooperative.
The whole atmosphere here is so much better than it is in Nassau.
All I can say is that I amn very happy here."
It is significant that even though Jamaica has several hundred
unemployed people, the Government still recognizes the need to
have certain positions in the island held by trained foreigners.
The propaganda spread by the Black Power people is that when
they get control they will do so much more for their people.
I wonder how genuine they are.
We must not forget that the Africans who were brought to this
part of the world by European slavers were sold into captivity by
their own people.
That was a long time ago and one would like to believe that
this could not happen again.
But the people of the U.S. were recently shocked when two
slave labour camps were uncovered in Dade County, Florida.
In both these cases the people heldl captive were black .... and
the people who held them in captivity were their own black mten!
esessesses
The thing that started me writing this article was an incident 1
observed while booking at the airport in Miami for our flight to
Montego Bay this morning.
While my wife was attending to our tickets a little coloured girl
came up and stood nearby. I never miss an opportunity to speak
to a child. I went up to her and made friends. Her mother and
another member of her family were sitting on a bench some
distance away.
After a while the little girl rejoined her mother and the PA 4
clerk a woman who was taking care of our tickets told us a
sad story about this family.
.....*******+***
She said that these people were booked to fly hiome on an
airline that is owned by a West Indian government. I won't
mention the name of the company because I have no desire to
hurt anyone. I don't need to name the company to make my


point.
This mother, her daughter and the other member of this family
were booked to fly to their home by their own airline yesterday
afternoon.
She phoned the airline fromt her hotel and asked whether they
would accept her cheque. They said yes. But when she arrived at
the airport they said no .... they wanted cash.
She then appealed to PAA for help. They examined her
credentials. She is the wife of a doctor in her island home and she
herself holds a good position in hier island.
This woman, who had been turned down by an airline operated
by her own black government, was accommrodated by the whlite
people in PAA who took her safely home.
We left this family in the airport when we boarded our plane
for Jamaica ... but she had nothing to fear. Shec was in good hands
... and they were not black hands.
****+******
You know .... all this white-black business gives mei sick
stomach because I know it isn't sincere.
You only have to look around in the Bahlamals and~c see what is
happening to some of our people there today to realize hlow sad
the whole situation has become.
And still .... the worst is yet to come.
*********
During my last visit to Nassau I listened to onie ofI Eddie
Bethel's news commentaries over ZNS.
He told how a white member of the House was smnartly salluted
by a black official of the Assemnbly when he enteredi1II the ildlinL.
He was followed by a black member of Governmentlll. The
official who had saluted the white mlan slapped the black membel 1C'


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STARS OF TONIGHT'S 'DRUMBEAT FOR HEART"
ARRIVE ON NEW OIA JET Internationally famous
ventriloquist Kay Carole and her talkative dummy, Tommy,
were greeted yesterday afternoon as they arrived in Nassau
on Out island Airway's new jet aircraft. First prize in
t naigtht's raffle aa tes rumbhea Cub for the bnefit of the
an OIA jet, consisting of a round trip between Nassau,
Freeport and Miami. Another prize is a trip for two to any
Out Island served by OIA. Shown in the photo (1. to r.) are
Lady Sassoon, Peanuts Taylor, Tommy and Miss Carole.


of Government on the back and hailed hliml as a friend.
Apparently thle black memllberr of G;overnmecnt resenlted thiis
kind of greeting fromi a friend and so E-ddie Bethel made ani issue
of it over ZNS.
You get this kind of inferiority complex bred ing out all
around you in Nassau today.
Does it mean that because a black mnan is elected to the Here-
by the people that he feels so, superior to the people who elected
him that he can no longer be greeted as a friend by a man of his
own racial background who was apparently a friend before he was
elected to Parliamlent?.
All mny friends will tell you that I insist on them calling mec by
miy 11rst namie as they did before I was knighted.
Some of them reply "honour to whiom honour is due. The
Queen hias hlonoured you and we honour you too".
Then tell them that friendship is the highest accolade of
human relationship and that I will allow nothiing to separate mne
from mly friends.
A mnan is a fool especially a politician who allows himself
to be blown up by success at thle polls. Nothing is more
unpredictable thian the f~ortunes of a politician, especially if he
springs fromi n~owhere.
Iwas il E:ngland somie years ago when a man was pointed o~ut
to mle oni thle st reet.
"Two mlonthss ago that man11 was inl London as a Minister mI the
Jama1icanll go)vernmlent. 110 was entertained by the Queen. 110 lost
hiis seat inl a1 'e~lectio last month. Now he is here looking focr a
Job~ as aI streetl car COndu1LC~Itor
**********
Andt So. hig boys. don't get any grand ideas about yourselves.
You hadJ better hiang on to your old fl:ends because when you are
11nally turned out of thle Houuse .... as you are bound to be one of
these day's .... you will be a lost man31 if you can't return to the
depthl froml which you hiave bceen skyrocketed by a starry-eyed
e~lctc~orate who will comie to their senses some day .... mnabe
\oonelr than1 youI would like to thlink.


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AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPM ENT in the Bahamas is still "stagnant" because thet U tP Gocvernmnent wals "not interested" inl it.; and
the PLP administration had to "start from scratch" when it came to power. Onelopment~~n Minister Ca;rlton E. Franci\ declared in the
House Wednesday evening.


lie was reply~ing to a charge
by O p position memnibe r
Norman Solomon (f:NM-St.
Gecorge and D~unmocre) that
each year G;overnmecnt has
outlined plans folr the
expansion of the Industry, and
at the end of each year little ~r
nothing had been dlone.
"We know," Mr. I rancis
said, "that it somectimes sounds
like a recordl to say certain
things were done tot make the
work of this G;overnmeint

haBut the problems is finding
the problems which were n~ver
tackled because no one in the
former Governme~nt wis
interested in agriculture."
Hie said that for 23 years tle
present director of agricullture,
Claude Smiith, was "deniedl the
opportunity to serve his
country," 110 said years ago
hir. Smith, having earnedl a
clegreel ins agri ultureto ha
G;overmnmet.
"The then Minister, Ithink
he was otne of the Bethels, told
C'laude he didn't know
anything about agriculture and
he wasn't concerned about
agriculture-
So Mr. Smiithi went to work
in Jamaica, returning to the
Bahamas oal in r iet years.

Mr. Francis went on to say
"even though the problems is
tremnendtous we at least have
identified the problem areas.
"We have increased the


Iunumber of people wrorkingr In
the agnculturer department. We
have idecntifiedl the p~roblmls
and we alre wolrklng: on theml as
fast as time11 and1 re'SourIces allow

Mr. Solomu~,n had made his
.Ic`Cusationr after' Lionel Davis
(PL'P-Focx tiltI) p~arliamentury
secretary to the Ministry of
Decvelopment.l had made a
lengthy add~ress o~n aIgriculture
and fishenes to o~pen debate on
the $738.400 3ippropriation for
agiut ge nd fisheries in the
STA(;NANT `
Mr. D~avis htad referred to the
fact that agric~ulture is "in a
stagnant state."
Mr. Dais sidi "the
G;overnmecnt is aware that a
fresh injection of capital is
needed almost Iimmediately to
give a piagantrlc push-off" to
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GTe rnricalectl liat "d r
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By Abigail Van Buren
a Ion by Chicase Tcribe-N. Y. News Synd., Inr
DEAR ABBY: You printed a letter from a woman who
felt guilty because she had put her senile, incontinent fa.
other in a nursing home. Her guilt was reinforced when she
was reminded how her father had diapered her and put up
with her childish babbling. To compare a child with an
elderly cpsn is idiaedred in public in a stroller. An
elderly person cannot. A child can be left in a playpen. An
elderly person cannot. A child learns and matures in time.
An older person becomes worse. The old person who can
get around thinks he is capable of cookingg and ulsingF
matches and has to be watched every moment.
It's easy to get a baby sitter. Try to get someone to sit
with an old person. Relatives won't even help.
So, after eight years when I couldn't take it anymore, I
found the nicest, cleanest nursing home I could afford and I
took my elderly father there. I said goodby with tears in my
eyes to someone who didn't even know me.
Then I went home and started to be a wife and mother
again. I looked at my husband with grateful eyes for his
willingness to pay for the care of my father in a nursing
home. IIt isn't cheap.]
Then the letters started to come from my brothers and
sisters who had never offered to keep Dad for one daty.
They said, "YOU put Dad in a nursing home. How could
you?"
I'll sign myself what my father always called me.
"PRItNCESS"

DEAR ABBY: Tell me if I am out of order. I hlave




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Abby, I know I shoukin't have done this, but I was curious
and I began to read.
Now I wlah I had never seen it because I found out my
Inom is having an affair with another man. This has
caused me to lose all respect for her, and now I am
wondering whether II should tell my father.
Please help me as it is too embarrassing to talk over
with my friends. BAFFLED IN ]MYRTLE CREEK
DEAR BAFFLED: Don't tell youlr father. And let this
be a lesson to yen. The price one asaall pays for viot-
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asked our two daughters, ages 18 and 20 to kindly wear
bras when they are home. They both say they don't like to
wear them and they refuse to do so. ITheir 15year-old sister
[who lives at home] has picked up the nobra style from
the older girls and she sneaks out of the house without one
even the I have told her time and time again that I did not
want her going to school without a bra.
This no-bra business has practically ruined our home.
All my daughter need braos, and I tblak they look terrible
without them. Should I insist, or drop the whole thing?

I)EAR MOTHER: Drop the whole thing. That's what
THEY'RE doing.
DEAR ABBY: I'm 15 and have wonderful parents, or
so I thought until about a week ago.
My mother and father both leave for work before I go
toschool ondwhie w loi thru mymother a drawer


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MORE FLIGHTS is the
hi:::s: : BAC's sumico
effect on April 2.
There are daily VC10 flights
Tuesday through Sunday from
Nassau to London. Thursday
and Saturday flights are
non-stop with a flight time of
only eight hours.
Freeport now has two flights
to London. The extra service
operates on Wednesday and the

Io h fis tillighevte
BOAC has a flight serving both
Nassau and Freeport. The
SWednesday flight operates
from London to Nassau via
Bermuda and continues on to
Freeport. Freeport passengers
Swill clear through Bahamas
customs and immigration
onti~n"' on "o Fee""""on th


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'OPEN HOUSE' AT TEACHERS TRAINIISG COLLEGE
AN EXHIBITION opened at the Bahamas Teachers Training College Oakes Field,
Wednesday night. Pictured above are Mr. Patrick Bethel (left), principal of the college,
viewing some of the improvised apparatus in the science department, with Mrs. Ivy
Dumont, Assistant Director of Education, and Mr. Lou Adderley, headmaster of St.
Augustine's College. Mr. Adderley, who was guest speaker at the opening talked about the
responsibility of teachers in an independent country. The exhibition closes tonight.


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Arriving tomorrow: Tropic
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sailing tomorrow: Tropic


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consideration is the advisibility
o~f conferring the powers of a
local constable on Road Traffic
supervisors '
ile said the supervisors
\ o u l d t e g i e t h t o e r t
o~ffenders, but to deal with the
"any number" of Bahamian
moctorists who comnmitt traffic
offences "in all innocence."
They would also be on a
special look-out for vehicles
especially patched up to pass
inspection tests and
subsequently return to their
original defective and unsafe
condition.
SUPERMARKETS
h ECLtR DIIE t
Directors of Bahamas
Supermarkets Limited declared
interim monthly dividends of 3
cents per share payable on
April 30, May 30 and June 30,
19)73 to all shareholders of
record of the company on
April 15, May 15 and June 15,
Ths d:: :e:ds represent
cmoany o b ad during th
fourth and final quarter of the
fisca year ending June 30,
BAHAMAS TO BE
"S PLERS ESN FAETRENCE
,THEI BAHsAnMAS isepct
150 "sellers" attending the
19)73 Caribbean Conference at
the Europa liotel in London
on May 14 and 15. The
Caribbean Conference
promotes trade between the
Caribbean and Europe.


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the service goes on to London
via Bermuda
Other services by BOAC this
summer are Freeport to
Mexico City every Friday and
Nassau to Mexico City on


MJondays. Both flighs return
the next day. There is a once-
weekly service from Nassau to
Kingston, Jamaica everyg
Saturday, returning o
Thursday.


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10th MAY


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Road Traffic Authority as the
annual March 31 deadline for
vehicle becensing nears, ma)
al u n ae la 1 d r he s e
House Thursday
Mr. Rolle said his Ministry is
"in the process of examining a
new material, able to withstand
the intense summer heat of our
country, for license disks, and
we are also looking into
introducing anew license plate,
and staggering the licensing of
motor vehicles throughout the
year.
"This is all part of a general
study we are conducting to
increase ioad saey n
approval of the country and
will get the co-operation of all
motorists."
Mr. Rolle said also under


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Subject To Gov. Approval.


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\\ 1 AN UFR O KlO 4 P) he Black C'aribbean societies are
t`'~I1I1~ "rnrcturally Irre~levant to the world economy to which th~ey have
Iof ndll i .Indl trT3gma1~ lly id themsezlves,. according to Caribbean scholar who
i` iln i'1I'' d In a confcre~nie on rice re~ltilons held recently in Puerto Rico.
lai 1)he swiv oft Orlando P'atte:son, a Jamnaican professor now teaching at
Ilana\~rl J ile~rsity. the proof of this alleged irrelevance is seen in the
no reas ng.~llli unltaVOUrable terms11 o trade, the periodic financial crisis, the
railju!re at developmentII PlatnS and the Irre~pressible growth of already high rates
a~ unei~l:nplu) mn mi~l r the Black Canbrlbean
In1 .in abstlrac of(, the paper he prepared for the conference, sponsored by
Inter\ llr immen Uiniversel In Sani Juan. professor Patterson noted that even
whe B~~Ilac~ks are the mrajority peo~ple ... they have not been able to make
Ilullh t h;1nge on their behalf, in cpite~ of having taken over the leadership of


established political structures. Too late, Blacks have come to discover that
political control without economic clout is largely an exercise in futility ...'
Patterson, a frequent contributor to scholarly reviews in England and the
United States, maintains that Blacks in the United States and Hispanic
America must necessarily "change themselves" to gain more relevance in the
modern industrial world.
In the Black Caribbean, Patterson contends, Black leaders could choose to
reject a neo-colonial strategy of development and seek torconstruct the
society to meet the needs of the mass of the (black) people.
"We are pessimistic," Patterson added, "about the possibility of such a
course of action being voluntarily chosen."
The Inter-AmericaUniversity forum was held in connection with the 100th
anniversary celebration of the abolition of slavery in Puerto Rico.


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San Sailvador


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12.05 p.m.
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Geo~rge Town
Na\Nau
Nasslu
Nassau
Nassau r


Fr
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Tu/Th/Sa
Fr


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Nassau
N assa u
Nassau l
Nassau
Port-au-Prince


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408
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MofWe
Tu/Th/Sa
Tu/T~h
Fr
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Sa


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Deadman's Cay
Mayaguana
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau
Nassa u
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau


INAGUA TO: (INA)
Nassau
Port-au-Prince


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3.55 p.m. 501 0


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Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Free port
Freeport

GreeorgeTwn
George Town
George Town
George Town
Gorge Twn
George Town
George Town
Inagua
Mayaguana
Port-an-Prince
San Salvador
San Salvador
San Salvador
Stella Maris
Stella Maris


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Fr
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F/u
Fr/Su


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502


SAN SALVADOR TO: (ZSA)


De:ldman's Cay
Gelorge Town
Na::sau


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S:w.


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Na::sau
Nassau
San Salvador


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HELP WA~NTED
C7303
REFINERY OPERATORS
GRADE "A" Required by
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. Applicant should
have at least a high school
education, however, experience

esoensia dhn edrnshion. Ms
have seven to ten years
exp. senc ine operhtonseuof

distillation equipment and/or
related facilities.
Mail resume in confidence to:
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C7307
DATA READING
SUPERVISOR Must be able
to operate ad supervise and
Recorder and to operate IBM

God me ucatoial backgokm

aAccomnt rg ke wiedg eenra
pa ables, receivables, payrolls'
cash, general ledgers and utility

PAT CHIEF/SURVEYOR
Ms e qualfe to
sup rvise surveysw ,p proeand

to oversee maintenance of
roadwa ys, including
determination of work to be
done.




Bidn Freeport, Grand

C7304
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER:
Requiired to work at the
BORCO Refinery Expansion
Project. Must be able to
sup ervise the Electrical
Installations during
Construction of Refineries and
Petrochemical Plants and to
plan and schedule the work of
Sub-Contractors. Must have at
least five (5) years experience
in Refinery Construction and
be able to prepare Job Progress
Reports.
Only Bahamians need apply in
writing to: SNAM PROGETTI
S.P.A., P. O. Box F-2405,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7312
INTERPRETIVE NATURAL-
IST Must be college graduate
with B.S. degree or equivalent
in biology botany, zoology or
ornitholo g y. Career
employment for the right man
with the right references and
experience. Dedication to
nature conservation essential.
Bahamian preferred. Applicant
must be willing to do gardening
and ma maintenance when
necessary. Starting Salary:
$7200 per year.
Rand Memorial Nature Centre,
P. O. Box F2954, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Telephone
352-5438.
C7302
UPHOLSTERER required with

exper inimuin thi field. Bas
palr cpusi rom noonofs aed
rn plete Lresume to OIsi nd

F-2621, report.




Glyr Giribunt

SHIRLEY STREET -

ammmmmmmT

WANTED
LATE MAKING


C9391
450 square feet office space
Faa mabe. EayparIS t ri3.,
Airconditioner, partitioned to
3 offices. Tel. 22836.

C9387
CORAL HAR BOUR
Luxuriously furnished 3
bedroom house on Canal. Very

l imonble. Phone 23010 and


apARt nt ONiEe BEuDRiOh
$250 per month.Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9337
One Efficiency apartment, also
one furnished room suitable
for two reserved ladies or men.
Phone 5-1044.
C9390
ON MARKET STREET South'
suitable for Tailor Shop, Sign
Painting, Musician's Workshop,
For information, 3-4999
evenings.
C9365
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bth houseinwith air ondit o e

Phone 36959.
C9342
E FFICIENC Y apartment,
separate bath and toilet. For
further particulars call 5-8679
ask for Mr .Pritchard.
C9399 .
AIRC ON DIT IONED Effi-
ciency apartment ShirieV
Park Avenue. $175 per month.
Telephone 58134.

C9392
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
cottage located Ivanhoe L~ane.
Availa bie immediate
occupancy. Phone 31354.



C9192
2 WEEK OLD HONDA, 50cc,
Gwe lenHpa ig Island0 son. Call

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.

K90TAK CAROUSEL 850H
Slide projector with case. As
ne only $2 5.0 6 onae et r


C9372
1-6 yard Dump Truck. Like
new
1-1 bag used concrete mixer.
Good condition. Call 22098.
C9406

MinrDE D~eteNtorsoav ibea t
you at factory prices plus
freight and duty. For
information call 23921.


C94OUSEHOLD GOODS
before 20th April, 1973
1 Refrigerator 16 cu. ft.
1 Dining Room Suite
PrBeidroom Suites (one French
Furniture in very good
condition.
Telephone 4-1243 after 6 p.m.
C9414
25' Broadwater, 2H years old,
225 h.4p, sra gh Sdrive extra

appointment call 583 11.


CAIRS FOR SALE

C9413
1968 BUICK SPECIAL, fully
loaded newly painted and
reupholstered. See at Malcolm
Tyre Service, Bay Street or call
2-2745.


C9353
HOUSE FOR SALE -- Hillside
Estate. Contact Jerome Bethel
Tedder Close, Palmdale, House
No. 3.
C9278
3BOWNER LEAbV NGhos
completely furnished, recently
painted 'i 2,00hnson Tere Tcn
42462 after six
C9344 $75 DEPOSIT secures
a lot in YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. Payments from
only $80 month. Priced from
$5,800. NO INTEREST. From
70 x 100. Utilities soon
completed. Lake front lots
from $7,500. $100 deposit
Tel : 2-302 7 or 24148
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE
C9373

wateUSonALEaste nO Rad, 40 t

r nn rels gliery,irdincegroom,
Bahama room leading to
terrace patios overlooking the
sea, 3 bedrooms including
cm to r suite il no rohorom ,
teastefully furnished, 2 car
garage and two cabanas. Price
$100,000. Telephone 4-2239.
C9364
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
90 feet on Bernard Road

uoad rev io'. 1,0 o t

oHLI 2BR20WN3RE3AL Y


C9404
BARGAIN
2 bedroom 1 study I bath.
Owner leaving colony. Call
24635 ask for Kelly

C9405
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY Y LT D. offers
attractive lots in popular
subdivision. Prices commencing
at $3500.00. For information
call 23921.

C9401
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom,

qit cu-de-rs dof Vitia
Road. Three bedrooms,
two baths, I~ving-dining*
porch, patio, Iaundry*
large utility, carport. etc.
Fully airconditioned.
$67,000 furnished.
2. Outstanding residence
Montagu Heights, hilltop.
Three bedrooms, three
baths, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen,
laundedytitwodcar garage
air-con itoned Lrge lo
beautifully landscaped
with bearing fruit trees.
Delightful swimming pool
area with barbeque, bar
etc., all conveniences,
c anging room etc.
$ 50, 00 furnished.
3. 1 h-storey residence
Montagu hilltop area. Five

ba hdroomos,mliing rooo
dining roo, ifamilki hoe


,dq,000 furn o2,etc.
H G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street
P. O. Box N816 4
Na sa
Tel: 2-10 lau2-1042

C9407
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
on St. Michael and Soldier
Road 144 x 116' x 114*
Reasonably priced. Contact
Mr. Toote, Box 6005, Nassau.

IMf~T RS T

EXPA TRIATE Company
Secretary requires attractive 3
or 4 bedroom, two bathroom
furnished, air conditioned
house. Phone 42884.

FOR RENT

1APATMENTS on Blue Hill
Road south, one block south
of Soldier Road. Washing
machine. Drier and master T.V.
antenna on pre m ises.
Telephone 23287.
C9305
LARGE SHOP for rent, 3000


square feet, 6th Terrace,

stenrevine waehnou e. edst s
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583,
C9384
ONE THREE bedroom 1 bath
hos ein Cool-Windse'ox Hill.


C7295
COLOU R 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.

Wsiec C rp rataen wP Bah
F-769, Freeport.

C7311
LABOURER/SEPTIC TANK
DRIVE R/CLEANER -
Honest, reliable, hardworking.
Bahamians only.
Ex per ienced SE RVI CE
PLUMBER capable of repairing
all types faucets, heaters,
pumps, run electric drain
machines; trouble-shoot for
sewer/septic tank/well
problems. Fast, honest,
reliable. Bahamians only.
CURCIE BROTHERS, Box
F-727, Freeport.

C7305
JOB TITLE: Repairman
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

DUIEe FSPdO SBIITIE :

performs work of limited
nature in the inspection, repair'
installation and general
maintenance of all cement
plant mechanical equipment.
Must have welding experience.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.
immmmemmmme

I BAHAMIAI
) PRESSMAN &P


Trade-ins Welcomed





LOST

C9381
BLACK FEMALE DOG red
collar vicinity of Village
Road. Phone 31130. Reward.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C9309
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C9412
YACHTS

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CH RIS-C RAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

MAGNUM MARINE

20 foot Westerly Sloop in
fibreglass. 15 h.p. Evinrude
auxiliary. Sleeps 4 with head,
sink and stove. Extras include,
storm jib, spinnaker, jib, genoa
and main, fire extinguishers,
pulpit, all anchors, lines, avon
dingy and more. A very
comfortable twin keel stoop at
$2750.00

21 foot Barcone Consol
Runabout with 115 b.p.
Evinrude. has Bimini top, 50
Ias.00as and more. Boat as new

23 foot Cabin Cruiser of fibre
glass. single Mercruiser 160 h.p.
Has ha, Bmin top,
ship-to-shore, covers and
trailer. $3500.00

AT THE DIVE SHOP
Complete stock of new Dacor
is here. See the ultimate in
Diving Equipment -- the new
80 cubic foot aluminum Tank.
They are here now. Also in
stock again, Prescription Masks
with lenses at only $20.00. AII
at Nassau's most complete Dive

P Box N2 5


C9410
BAYSHORE MARINA
P. O. BOX 5453
NASSAU.
Phones 28232/3

USED BOATS


OPPB0 jENSTIES
C7301
FOR SALE --PROFITABLE
ESTABLISHED CHARTER
SAILING YACHT BUSINESS
IN FREEPORT, INCLUDING
YACHT, CORPORATION
AND LICENCES, $25,000
CASH. COASTAL CRAFT
LTD BOX F 4 77
FREEPORT. '

RIEAL ESTATE


SUANF RN135HEDD PMERFOR
bedrooms 2 baths with carport,
room air conditioners,
dish washer and garbage
disposal. Price $28,000
mnimum down payment
Contact: SYNTEX Pnione
352-8171.

IIELP WANTED
C7288
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:


fas Gan acrte a hrutshta

du ies el ted Uo Exc

previous experience as
Secretary necessary for this
position.
CREDIT MANAGER: To
handle all Accounts Receivable
for both Hotels. Must be
familiar with travel agents
coupons, credit cards, etc..
Compose and type own
correspondence and post
accounts on NCR 4200.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: To
assist General Manager with
Oceanus Hotels Ltd.. Direct,
supervise and train personnel.
Must have at least five years
experience in Hotel and
Tourist field.

Appsne c enpt., R ~al
Way, Freeport, G.B. P. O. Box
F-531-
C7309
PROMOTIONAL SALES
REPRESENTATIVE ABLE
TO COORDINATE AND
SURVEY TOUR GROUPS
K NO PLEDGE OF
PROMOTIONAL FILM
TECHNIQUE IN THE
BAHAMAS AND FIVE (5)
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
DEALING WITH TOURIST
PUBLIC. COMMISSION ON
VOLUME ONLY
APPLY FOR INTERVIEW IN
WRITING ONLY TO P. O
BOX F-850, FREEPORT
GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND,
BAHAMAS

C7300
MECHANICAL ENGINEER

s eI und tio n Kia2 y ap n)

L & A Inidustries, Phone
352-5422.

C7310
THREE ALUMINUM
MECHANICS: Must be able to
install special made aluminum
'guard rails for staircases and
inside building.
ONE EX ECUTIVE
SECRETARY: Must be able to
do shorthand and type at least
75 words per minute, also to
s~peakUFRench fluentiV TOR
TECHNICIANS: Must be

exper e edp sn starling gI s

THE GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL & COUNTRY 'CLUB*
WEST END, GR AN D
BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.


C9389
MR. DAVID AND MRS. DELL
BETHEL give notice to aill
persons that Alfonzia our son
is under age and cannot marry
without our consent,

POSITION WANTED

CF8 OU need a young girl to
work in your shop please write
AdvO C8500, c/o The Tribune,
O. BxBUIWESN327, assau.


OPPORTUNITIES
C9217
PLANNING TO BUY
A LOT?
Act now! Hilltop lot ,
corner lots s'
CaEasy termary
at 27667
FRREANLKESAREE
Bay &A DeveauxDStreets.


C9377

WUERNLTURE BTUABNLESSSHE
sale. Owner wishes to retire.
Replies to: Adv. C9377, c/o
Nh 20 r bune, P. O. Box


WORK WAWTED


xADp reWITw ouerli20 ye r
n I oyed as maid. Telephone


INl MEMLORIAM L
C9402







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MERVYN ADDERLEY
April 6th, 1970
Today recalls the memory of a
loved one gone to rest.
And those who mourn for him
today are those who loved
him best.
The blow was hard the shock
severe,
We little knew his time so near.
And only those who have lost
can tell
The pains of parting without
farewell.
Left to mourn: Wife, children,
mother and father, brothers
and sisters.

C9409


C9396
MANAGING DIRECTOR
required for Real Estate
Development Company to
plan, implement and oversee

i n c a y p nn i e h c m p c y


s~ur os in maenagerennfedirecnd
position essential. Applicants
please apply in writing stating
experience and salary
rquiremten s to Lovex Ba~c2
Na sa *

C9397
MULTI-LINGUAL MANAGER
(English, German, French)
required for Real Estate
Deeopment Company to
manage company properties
dealing with tourism and
investment activities and daily
operations. Applicants please
apply in writing stating
experience and salary
requirements toO.Lovex Be~ach
Nassau.

C9411
ARABUETR SHSALON AND
4A hiR HO requires.
t hghly qualified hairdressers
wit at least 5 years
experience. Capable of doing
all types of hair.
2 highly qualified barbers.
Capable of doing all types of
1 manicurist
MAp-D i~n person to
MAR-EE5 BEAUTY
SALON, Boyle Building, Bay


TRADE SERVICES
C9315





Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
IVFCHANICAL HANDLING
ErSUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELtVERY
MOVING, STORAGE

STC LAB DGNG
& SHIPPING



CONTACT LY MAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PH~ONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3737, 2-3798
Airport 77434


3VR YUR bild Ilineeds

Maintenance Call G. Patton.
Budget Builders 32656.
C8105
CREANSNG!FORBSCAF"E SN E
'SUPER STEAM' CARPETS,
UPHOLSTERY -TEL:
51071-2-3-4.

C9317
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes. apartments and
Does sSales eand se icWs R l
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.

,C9299

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


IN STERSED
PERSONS
PLEASE CONTACT
Mr. E. Ca mb 'dge
AT THE TRIBUNE
Phone 2-1986


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C9308
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017-

C 3W LISTING, Nassau East
Three bedroom, 2 bath,
f urnished, air-conditioned'
lrne rlandsca edolot, na~r 0.
month. Call owner, 4-2095.
C938)2
BASICALLY FURNISHED
house 3 bedrooms 2/2
bathrooms. East $375
monthly. Phone 42228, 42198
evenings, weekends.
C9388
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
hueSSa phire3 R og Roa ,
airconditioned) 2 baths, study,
maid's room, wall to wall

cdrlne alsehisa Availaoba
David Hudson 3-6262-3.


C9398
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1972 VENTURA,
A/C Bucket Stats
Gold $4950
1971 VAUXHALL- VIVA,

Au 0.R $le 1600
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W,

192V A S/W 80
Automatic White $2400
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE,
4 Dr. Sedan
Blue/White $1850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA,
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio. Orange $3500
1967 HILLMAN,
Std. Green $450
1969 FORD TO RINO'

16 H VSLER IMPE 1200
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI'

A98F RD THUNDERBIRD
1971 FORD MAVERICK,
Auto. Red $1950
1969 VIVA
4 Dr. Auto. Green 5695
1971 Rambler, $10

1969 PONTIAC GTO,
A/C Vinyl Green $1600
1968 FORD ESCORT, 65

1965 DODGE,


C9375
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
required by foreign owned
Bahamian subsidiary company
operating in Nassau. Successful
applicant will be paid attractive
salary and enjoy congenial
"huklinghaon Ritns nAppl ants
years practical experience and
o ed atpMl rn nfirs i n tnc
Co., telephone 2-8551.

C9376
EXPERIENCED CREW for
Sailing Vacht. Must know
Bahamian waters well. First
class references. Send resume
of training, experience and
references to Box No. N7529,
Nassau


E ECOUTIVE SECRETARY
with previous experience in the
oear mnteate businehss.traianr

Mus non tpoyit nandA hv
DO~ROTHY L. ATWOOD LTD.
iz peton.ALocated cor ir of
vtet enT Ipho ne :


HELP WANTED
C7313
FOREMAN -Individual
should be able to use fertilizers
and other chemicals and
maintain growth of plants.
Should also be familiar with all
types of plant material and be
able to prune and trim. The
applicant will be responsible
for supervising a group of men
and keeping tan accu ate
"cunt of teir wo 9 n

Apply to: Devco Personnel,

F2C66 rneep rt GBPI.O.Bx
C9307
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
eilCertifiedeeAccounta sficin
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses he tthentsh ui
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co. P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.

TELEVISION AND RADIO

in al Asof electron icrs. Ms

transistors and other Solid
State devices. Must possess
own hand tools, good salary
and hours. References


$300


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essential.
Bahamas
Ltd., P.
Freeport.


Music Corporation
O. Box F-769,


IN Loving memory of our dear
mother Dot Jannett Smith who
d pated this life April 6th

We miss you mother
B Jsusmloohs you beushd

daughters, three brothers, three
sisters, seventeen grandchildren
and a host of relatives and
friends.

IIELP WANTED

C E6EVISION AND RADIO
TECHNICIAN experienced
in all types of electronics. Must
be completely familiar with
transistors and other Solid
State hdevictes usM tod I

and hours. References
essential.
Bahamas Music Corporation
portP. O. Box F-769,

C7305
JMOB TMTLE: RepED CATIN .
High School oreuvln
MINIMUM E PeE I NE: 3-5

VD TI Sp/ EaSPdO LITIES:
Assist in the performance or
performs work of limited
nature in the inspection, repair,
installation and general
maintenance of all cement
plant mechanical equipment.
Must have welding experience.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
C ON TAC T: Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F100,
Freeport.


SF NCELERIACCMUNt ha e
General Certificate at 'O' level
standard preferably with
English Language and
Mathematics. A knowledge of
H.C setomsnand/or Customs
clerical ex perience in
Accounting and/or Shipping
Company an advanta e. Must
be ,of m trek outloo kg
minimum supervision.

Cues nOiblempoort ando R fir
Product Export cargos.
yReconciling hp aind shore

sitiuignumerous sphi pin
necessary Customs Entries.
Checking and completing
Bunker delivery receipts.
Maintaining numerous records
for analytical purposes,
42 hour week on a shift basis
rotating over a 16 week cycle
Apply in person or mail resume
in strict confidence to:
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, G.B.


29' WOOD SLOOP Aux.
Sailboat Ewith dingy and
seag l.0 Excellant condition.
$6,0 00

27 CHRIS CRF
Commander $9,000.00CRAT

25' BERTRAM flybridge
cruiser (1969) Twin 160 h.p.
94tine 00ercruisers radio

24' FJORD with shi p to shore

Actoommdeatieon in thi snbogt;
difficult to find in a 31'.
$813,500.00

2' 69BE TRAMMe Sprsman
just spent $1,400 second
engines and outdrive.
$64,750.00

17' MAKO (1972) with 115
h.p. Mercury Outboard Bimini
top. trailer, etc. Good
condition. $3,700.00

16'3" GLASTRON (1970)
with 110 h.p. Mercury engine
with trailer. $1,980.00


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 Shidaey and
Bay Streelt. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


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CALL 2-1986


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Interested persons please




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CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A marvelous day
to extend your activities beyond their present
range. Almost anything you do can have a successful
termination by using good judgment. You now have an
abundance of energy and logical reasoning power.
ARIES (Mar. 2 I to Apr. 19) Meet with regular associates
and state your aimzs. This will bring mutual advancement.
Make the appointments early for best results where business
contacts are concerned.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get together early with
business experts and find the right way to advance more
quickly in the future. Use good judgment and get the right
-esults. You can benefit from today's activity.
G;EMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you adopt a different
attitude, you can gain the personal aims that have been
difficult mn the past. Show that you have true intelligence.
Know what you want and then take the right steps.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21)Listen to what
experts have to say and have greater progress in the near
future. Don't confide your good ideas to questionable
people. Follow your intuitive hunches for best results.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can easily gain the aid of
allies so that you become more successful. Attend the social
which can be helpful to your particular ambitions. Avoid
one who has an axe to grind.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Higher-ups are looking
kindly toward your work and you could be in line for a
rais if you are especially conscientious. Study your position
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after your highest aspirations and in a most decisive way.
Distant events give you an opportunity to get ahead fast.
Don't lose your temper with others. Be calm.
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expect of you and carry through cheerfully so they are
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toward finances can bring you the fine success you want, so
put your intellect to work. If you are in doubt about
handling a problem, talk it over with an expert.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You can get started on
any new outlet that appeals to you and has a promise of
success. Put that special talent of yours to work and you
win out. Turn bad luck into good luck.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) After a confusing day in
the outside world, closet yourself where you can make notes
of good ideas and think about the future. Suggestions from
others can help you get ahead faster.
IF: YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. .he or she will be
one of those charming young people who will find life quite
easy and could spend it frittering time away without any set
goals. Teach the importance of work, so that this can
become a most worthwhile life. Anything of a pioneering
nature is fine here. Joining large groups is the keynote. A
hobby could prove to be a lucrative sideline.
"The Stars impel, the do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU!



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"I'm glad you met my husband. Now he realizes how
stupid he was to be jt dous when I work late."

Rurpert and the Mlixed Magic-23


room richly furnished in the
craft of magic. The Wizdard
rises from his chair to greet
the visitors. So, Sorcerer*
youmbaveome, he 0sas w' ,
mean you have taken up my
challenges Oo you bring me
wonders never seen before ? "


At the Sorcerer s command
part of the dome opens slowly,
moving to one side without a
sound. "So this is the way
Ii a sece pael. s
nerv ousty he clasps the
Sorcerer's hand as they walk
over the threshold into a great


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street mexperienced defenders
none is more common than tire
dered tear of 2iresenting declaret
with a traff and discard. Y9t at
times, it's the only defence, as
here:
Dealer Wst : N/8 Val :


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a\ttack in this losition from
Bronstein cSoviet TUeton, v.
Saidyv (United States) in the
international at Tali~nn. But the
winning move may be difficult
to spot. How did Bronatein force
nI quick resignablon ?
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master: 30 seconds. chess
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lowted n@ -82 mat anda Wh
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'If you don't start boycotting my lettuce I'm gonna boycott
your Easter eggs."


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1. Tin abbr.
4. Fuel 29. Nobelman
1 8. nfa ts food 3 Fodder plant


silk 38. Entry into
13. Kind of coffee service
14. "The Lion" 43. Conduct
':15. Political 45 Twelve
Policies 46. French friend
17. Usury 47. Japanese
S19. Note of the village
scale 48 Besides

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30. Byway
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39. Ofnded
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BIC AIIOXSW CAll) AT NASSAII STADIUM TONIGHT


Friday, April 6, 1973


In conjunction with Chamber of Commerce beautification
programme for downtown area.


Large Flowering & Foliage Baskets installed, fully
maintained and replanted $10.00 per month per
basket.

SWall bracket installed $12.00, if needed.

Fully responsible for damage and covered by
public liability.


JET SET1 "the Upsetters"
boen Iel Ja es wihn ng hs r~l
earlt'n th sed i ewni ehalenge the


Elzbet Spot Cc tret .un
on victor es over Big O, Heastie
aumbedr and Sc ltz Beer, Deil Jurw
until they met Jet Set in their
fourth game (which was Jet Sets
first) and the Saints began a slow
decline while the Upsetters did the
opposite.
In the second game at 9:30,
Schlitz Beer having stopped D~el


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BABY BOY ROLLE JOHNNY HUDGINS

HO WTHE Y ME ASU RE UP
HUDGINS ageOLLE

195 weight 184
76" reach 69"
6'2" height 5'9"
42"1 chest (normal 41'l"
44" chest (expanded) 42"
16V/2" BiCepS 14"
13" forearm 12("
32" waist 32V2
14 calf15 *
13V2 fist 13
17 neck 164(



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The huge gallery that
normally reaches 30,000 each
session began arriving early as
Orville Moody and Homero
Blancas began round two of
this prestigious event first of
the world's four major golf
tournaments.

degT es, tbeumh fo cas calle
for clearing skies and a high in
the upper 60s later in the day.
A southwesterly wind at four
miles per hour was hardly
noticeable compared with the
15 20 m.p.h. gusts that
played tricks on the elite
international field in the
opening round.
Aaron, a soft spoken
Georgian who has played
2ec-y 14c tmes during hi
opening 68, four under par for
the 6,980-yard Augusta
National Golf Club course.
In second place were


J4t n'so shOviet sy, maind
former professional baseball
pitcher. Nicklaus played the
front side in par and then
rolled in three birdie putts for
his 69. Ozaki had four birds
and one bogey in his round.
Next came Oklahoman Bob
Dickson and J. C. Snead.


'If Rolle presses me IllI knock




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By GLADSTONE THURSTON
REPLYING, TO CERTAIN CRITICS that he is ineffective when fought at close range, the
27-year-old, 195 pound Mississippi born Johnny "Hud" Hudgins said that is all his opponent has
to do in order to get knocked out.


nephew of slammin' Sam, each
with a 70. The only other
golfers firing below par in the
opening round were Grier
Jones and Phil Rodgers, who
had an eagle 3 on the 555-yard
second.




CINCINNATI (AP)- Chris
shprerrn Snt noanac o malx n tha
seventh inning Thursday as the
Giants defeated Cincinnati 4-1 in
mh joroiag egassemail the 1973
Juan Marichat survived a shaky
start to go all the way for the
vitorys aering sveon hts aainst
champion~ eds.
Marichal a 08 wallinvo ved in the

Ir ncts o snpe lulnIties n kne
G;ullets.
D~avithader an t ri hal akd
Leadoff man Bobby Bonds doubled
rou edrauta Seer riniteod fretw
The Reds had touched Marichat
f a lnd inte sone w en Csar

score onnCullett'sdsaritic o rner
in the first, two more in the fourth
and wasted leadoff singles by Pht
whosn whnn Bch ra me into a
rail kiGtdo nIked ICulett for the
tying run in the fifth when Rader
opened with a double, moved up on
Marichat's sacrifice and scored


H~udgins meets Bahamas
lightweight champ Baby Boy
Rolle in a ten round main
event tonight at the Nassau
Staitun boxerT presses me he
sure enough is in troubled," said
flii~ind \vns c wh plained that
rnel flghlte~r are pressed
t hrinking:. "Whe~n a
ies~ me think and
punch. 1: he I Rolle) presses me
I'll knockL himi out "
in supporting bouts on
tonight's cardlwhich begins at
830, middfleweight chamnp
Rennie Pinder takes on Slick
Mitchell, Sugar Rayo Sa s

heavyweight conitender Bob
Freeze mneet\ James Fountain
andi Al Moss haittles with Kid
Tony

lig ter bt Rollett tr ngaobi
continuedNd shor tim g

"I'll use my~ weight and reach
advantage and if the fight gets
past the fourth or fifth round
he can t stop me anymore "
With a 22 124 record,


things have not been going too
smo (oth ly for H~udgins.
Beginning hus career with a loss,
iludgins a fo~rmecr weight-lifter,

Strarse~i sand c terus x bmont s
training a return, match saw
himn win, following a technical
knockocut vrcto~ry over G;eorge
Hlolden1 The next match saw
himi again taking a loss but the
tough heavyweight took
revenge again in the return
match
It wa\ nct until l969that
hi present1trainer Pat (urry
too~k over following the death
ao j nt~~li >3w yarr late ,
hack inj~ury after he fell from a
two storey building. This,
however. did not interfere with
his box~ing career as he came
ywc hnt defeated r nking

t nde rate me a ty tous e mo
as a stepping stone," he sighed.
However, things are
beginning to look a little better
as he is making a name in the
Bahamas. "I can see it here (in


Nassau). The people really love
me." Actually, Hud said that
he is really looking for a new
start and he finds Nassau the
bdea ipt m e e en fi uresutha
help revitalize boxing here.
Looking into tonight's bout,
"I am going in there with all
my tools," commented
Ifudgins. Yet it depends on
what Rolle puts up whether he
will end it early or go for the
decision. "I am a combination
puncher andlIhave the
knockout punch in both
hands."

he cid nt bcin~g do nd f
Wendell Newtonl"I understand
that Newton is the favourite
over here, but I guess 1I'l just
have to surprise them again,'
he said.



From Page One
consumption figures covering
the period from 1960 to 1972,
to show an increase of from
526 million gallons a year to
2,066 million gallons.
"That is only the actual
consumption, not the
demand," the Minister said.
"We have never been able to
meet the demand for fresh
water.
He said last year
Government well-fielda
produced 970 million gallons
from 4,000 acres of land, and
more water was purchased by
Government from New
Providence wnlevelopm nt
acres of water-bearing land.
Dealing with the
desalination plant, Mr. Bowe
said "anything dealing with
high salinity must corrode and
it usfonbe htund wn andrthe
tme to time. And merely b

parts are sometime broken, and
the opportunity is taken to do
other remedial work.
"We are making an effort to
get fresh water out of salt
water to meet the demand."
declared -
"It costs us more to produce
water today than the public is
prepared to pay for it. The
member for St. George would
be the first one to jump in the


"But we must find the water
and we must pay whatever it
Costs
"A situation that will come
to this House in the very near
future is the question of
sewerage. The rates for
consumers hooked up to the
sewerage system have never
been realistic in this country.
And I believe that in the near
future I will have to come to
this House because I will have
to attach sewerage charges to
the water bills


THE DOLPHIN Swimming
Club, winners in three
consecutive meets, are
undergoing assiduous training
in preparation for a return
match with Jamaicas'
Y.M.C.A. team scheduled for
April 21 at the St.
Augustine's College pool.
In May last year, the
Dolphins travelled to Jam inca


their "Y" team the
Ba ha mia ns ret urn ed
victorious and with all the
enthusiasm necessary to carry
them to victory against a
strong Freeport "Y" team.
Under the watchful eye of
coach Betty Cole, the
four-year-old club has turned
mnto a seasoned team and in
ths mat h, th e will gow f


THERE WILL BE nine races in
omeon a ks meet at Hobby Horse
FIRST RACE 4% Furlongs.
ist. HALF DAILY DOUBLE

3 The Kid 112
4.TeOutsider a 2

I Ioas none 1 2
9. Last Hope I 2
Sub.
aoysal Prince 11
SECOND RACE 9 Furion s
2nd HAF D ILY Doust


4 ;ena Surprise 11
6. Sib 116
'en ar.Cnch Salad 11
9. Aries Moon 114
Sub.
Golden Guinea I 4
THIRD RACE 5 Furlongs.
2. The Strsagec 1 2
3. Soul Brother 11 I
4. Silp Away 112
5. Red Guinea 112
6. The Good 112
8. Lst IPCL I1 I
9. Banquero I12
gleet N Easy 112
FOURTH RACE 6 Furlongs.
I. Dat Like Dat 128
2. Miss Advantage 117
3. RU Sure I15
4. count Zorich its
5 o nH ntk r(Tell Daddy) 11
7. Bonsai horan
9. Reina De Whyon II5
BHaRaa Racing C~om ossiny Cup Race
For 3 Year Olds
I. PleChild 114
2. Iytr p 6

a. Iiht Jo oung 11
SX RCE 4H Furlongs.

3. nesert?0 FO 11
4 ree or Anale I 2
6. Runaway Lnan IIS
7. Real News I17
onndoderE Mst 11
Sub. Sophia 112
SEVENTH RACE 9 Furlongs.
I. Miss Glo 112
2.Gole dMnissle I 2
4. La Newso Fueta II2
5. Hawley's Diana I I2

8. Wicked Gal I 12
I. Resec Toy 11
3. Srw tol 1
S. MiasPumpkin 112
6. Miss Power I12
7 isrb G T 1
9. Roman Dancer 117
Subonsider Me! 115
Miss Sharon tas
To Tws r
NINTH RACE 4% Furlongs
I. LadyStella 113
3.Sh heen 1
4. Secret Asent n13
5. B ndio(M ry Me) 1
7. Debi 113
8. Winged Duchess 113


SEVENTY SEVEN GOLFERS
ctn S rau an unday compe e
points for Hoerman Cup '73 thlis
year to be played in Jamaica from
September 5 through 8 as
BahamasoGolf Associa ionanact in
Club, the Home of Hoerman C'up
'72.
Starting times for Sunday's play
will be according to the score
returned on Saturday, when the
first foursomes teeing off at 12
noon from numbers one and ten
tees. Late arrivals will be penalized.
FoLr the first time this season,
awards may be gained from e~ither
day, as6 well as the total 36 hole
result.
Starting times for Saturday:
8:30 R. Slatter, I. Higs, IH.
Lynch, v. Wells; 8:40 Smith,
ars Dcombe, BE. soao, i
FlTanpaG. h. Moree P.1 Tirl I 00


J. Steele-'ckilrkins: 10 L.

L~ockhart. (;. Knowi~rles, S. lall 9,:30
G;. Se~al,, J. Virlpl, M1. 11mi~ilton,
P. Hani~ll 9:4 1). I~Lunn G. Cash,
WT. I'rl~ml~r k it ~eldnnu SN
liopkins. ('. Robelirts; 10 00 A.
D~avis, R. Smlith, A. Ailthen T.` A.
Johnsonl:l: 10:1 (. Hecpburn. A-
Tauylo~r, L.. Jenkhinso~n; 10):20 C
Coocper, R<. A. McSweecycy I.
(coolper, T. Illepurn:: 10:30 P
Hlaliday. I I'arke~r, I Sawyer, C'.
Encaa (Sun. onil' ). 10:40 ..
Curry R. T. Mo~rce, (;. Ellih. 10:50

Isonaparte, II. J. lIeniumlin,. S'. A. 13.

Smit. S ina 11 isn
R. Higgs .A. Iflvrt s. Gibson rII:20;
is n1 i II 1)< .


June onI Wedtnehtday mov,~e against
110 juti L mlaennes tomolrrow,\ St.
Mihie Isod in akc onr I~
Cari l s. t `a l AiIr I R <> nila a


ecfk s IHees H
I"ig (1 Market 7 I
1)el June 6 4
Sclt I eer 4
IParadise Islandt I 6
Bahamlas Blendetrs 2 8
ticastie L~umber I 8


Just 20 minutes arnd ar




complimentary rum punch



separate Narssaru and


FreOutt island,~., Airways, nowi.. offrs 0-inut supr-et eri

between Nassau and Freeport. On a schedule designed just for
Bahamians.


That s Out Island Airways way of expressing its confidence in the future
growth of the Bahamas. Providing the truly Bohamion service expected
of an independent nation. Beautiful Bahomion stewardesses to serve you
.. complimentary rum punches to entice you .. and million mile
captains to fly you.

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

And to introduce you to Out island Airways' super-jet Nassau/Freeport
service, OIA offers a special low-cost, round-trip one-day fare just $33.

With 20-minute jet service and $33 rates, can there be any other choice
but Out Island Airways? Call your travel agency or OIA now for
reservations. 7-8222.


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'Aaron leads Iby


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Hicklaus in Masters
AUGUSTA, GA. (AP) Petrennial bridesmaid Tommy Aaron
Held a one-shot lead Friday as the second round of the 37th
Masters G~olf Tournament got under way in chilly, cloudy
weather, but without the gusty winds that limited low scores


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