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Title: The Tribune.
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sessterd with Postmaster of Bahamas or peatege conocrsions within the Bahama.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX, No. 116 Saturday, April 7, 1973 Pric~e: 20 Cents


outside Wynn Dixie
Foodstore in Freeport today
as over 200 Freeport
housewives picketed the high
prices.

...."s Ernie' Stdio.




STMAALLPE1 SOCARE
THlE MINISTRY of Health,
following the lead ofI U.S.
authorities, will not require
travellers arriving from London
to possess smlallpoxx vaccination
certificates. even through the
British capital has, been
declared an infectedd area
and one person there has
already mientfom te

Ministry this mnornintg said
"In view of the recent
localised o~ccurrenc~e of
smallpox in an area of Locndon'
all persons travelling to, or
through London are advised to
be in possession of a vaind
smallpox certificate
"Iln line with action being
taken by U.S. public health
authorities in Mliami.
passengers corning from
London will not he required to
produce a valid vaccination
certificate, but will be advised
as to what precautions they
should take."
A Ministry spokesman said
in-coming passengers from
London will be advised to
consult a doctor "in the event
thyfB C ADVISES
A spokesman for British
Overseas Airways Corporation,
the major air carrier between
the Bahamas and the U.K., said
late yesterday that persons
leaving London "are being
advised to have valid smallpox
vaccination certificates in their
possession.
Canada has said anyone
arriving in that country froni
London must have a certificate
before he is allowed in.
London was declared a
smallpox infected area on
Thursday following confirmla-
tion that three persons in the
city's western district had
contan aen iss wife caught
smallpox when they visited a
ward in a hospital in the

pron n the wadat nthetitler
was an unsuspected smallpox
itihm. man's wife has died of
Ire disease, and he is very ill
fh7e condition of the origilnal
victim is not known.
TURKEY CHOOSES A
PRESIDENT AT LAST
ANKARA (AP') T~he TIurkish
prni~met urdrkay bebke n unt re c
leaders and politicians, electing as
president Independent seiaicr
l ahri Koruturk, 70, a1 fo~rmcr
a aruturk 's can didacyg wls
backed by Ithe three major pa;rtses.


Bahame this morning to protest rising food prices.





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1881 Of AediclCI Officef
CROOKED ISLAND REPRESENTATIVE Cyril Tynes (FNM)


ENJOY FREE CHAMPAGNE
ON ALL FLIGHTS TO FREEPORT
- TELEPHONE 77303/77778-11


oft 1the:r sunken~ sameil ship.


R: II 1ssoc~iat on while
n operation\ werei he ~ng



xonu~i ou;:.t thn sossll goa




wac pla''l ked up the ilten s

sink~ing \11I Hell Island.0 xu:
~hie was iconflrmned by a c,!ll
fromri hami operatorl In
H'innrpe~g. (anada, who also
picked up thledistress call.
HASRA2 sent a mecssage over
rdiiT/NS tn .Is at<~ipig I
assistalnce ofI the stricken ship.
Ther three ves~sel In the area
Mizpah, Goldfinger and Happy
People we~re coordinated In
the Fearchi with a ( o~ast G~uard
planie ouit of Mlanut.
T~he liS. re~gistered Bon Ton
Relay was found with a Mr.
and Mfrs. ('.usewell clinging to
the to~p of the ma~st, which was
about 10 feet above water.
They were picked up about 10
p~m and taken to, Sampson

Tlhe ( ausewe~lls. who are still
anastxumia were singing thootu
be~fore they were rescued. The
seas werr r~Ude e~f NC C\urther
details about the Crp ~slsinking
is known In Nassau, a BASRA
spokesman sai Rtoda nNsa

were coordinating rescue
operations in Eixumna for the
C'ausewells, they were also
directing operations to assist
the Royal M, a Vtenezuelan
ship that had run on a reef on
the eastern side of Hlarbour
Island. T~he seas were breaking
over the ship and were
extremely high.
IDespite the rough weather a
Mr. Curry of H~arbour island
went out to the vessel anid
piloted her into the calm
waters on the western side of
Islan an rlethra. Ahar

wre thhe c pt >k andptnh ee
The 50' diesel driven ship Is
still off Hlarbour island.


BASR A get $5 8000



BAHAMAS Aiir Sea Rescue
is fo~r thle first time to get a
$5,000 charitable grant from
government to de~fray its
islaind-wide~ operations
T~he appropriation. part of a
lenrgthy grant list in the Budget
prodluced a seccre( exc~hangg e
between nnc Minister
Arthur Hanna andi Opposition
representat iv Michael
Lighthourn that left the
go~vernment benches~ somewhat
balffledl.
Mr. L~ighlthoulrn a~ske~d why
no m Iore than $.5.000 hiad been
allocated to BASRAZ.
"Why do you ask?" qlueried
Transport Mmnister Darrell
Rolle.
"It's just sometlhlng between
the Miniister andi myiself." Mr.
1.ighthc~urn replied~.
Smiling broadly Mr. Hanna
announ ced1 loudly andi
repeatedlyq that1 he wras fully in
;IPPort of the g~rant.
Whart perhaps members mu\!
1If have known was that
BASRA hadl l(o go to the resurce
( tle F~i anic~Ministsr several

expe'rienced engine failure and
started tot drift about 20 miles
of'f Nassau.


0~~i


ifc.


FOOD FAIR & WYNN DIXIE SUPERMARKETS



PICKETED BY IRATE FREEPORT HOUSEWIVES




MP leads byot t of






SFreeport food stores








In protest at prices

By N\ICKI KELLY
SOME 200 IRATE FREEPORT HOUSEWIVES picketed Food Fair and Wynn Dixie supermarkets at Grand


Wearing placards and led by
Grand Bahama representative
Kendal Nottage, the women
circled the shopping centre
where the two stores are
Located.
Mr. Wayne Kight, manager
of Wynn Dixie, reported that
business in his store was down


by half this morning. The
manager of Focod Fair was not
available and the employee
who answered the telephone
refused all c~ommrent.
This morning's boycott
came in the wake otf last week's
decision by government to
incre en customs duties arul take

per cent across-the-board
increase Sunday on all retail
prices at Food F~air
In a Radio Bahamas
broa dcast last night, Mr.
Nottage announced that he and
his wife, joined by Bimini and
West End representative Henry
Bowen, planned to lead an
early morning march on Food
Fair and Wynn Dixie in
protest.
He said prices on foodstuffs
had gone up anywhere from 30
to 200 per cent. H~e also
char ed that both
super markets were selling
contaminated meat.
DI FFERBENT
Mr. G;erald Fryers, general
manager of Bahamas

tda ytlat hilL Wynn nixe a
Freeport was, like City Markets
in Nassau, a part of Bahamas
Supermarkets, they were
different subsidiaries with
separate operations.
"We haven't changed hardly
any of our prices at Freeport,
and I have told my man there
not to make any changes at
this time, although we had
planned to do so on a few
items as they came in," Mr.
Fryers said
He told The Tribune that
City Markets in Nassau had
also made very few price
changes in the last five months,
despite rising costs
Asked if Bahamas
Supermarkets intended to
aborcbomhe nons,wMr. hrer a

taseacut inrprois n"butm a
profit we are willing under the
circum tances to do our best to

H-e said he was hoping to
make up the difference on
volume by having more people
come in to buy once they
realized prices in Bahamas
Supermarkets stores were
lower than elsewhere.
Asked concerning the charge
of contaminated meat, he said
he understood that a customer
had purchased a package of hot
dogs at the Wynn Dixie store
on which the expiration date
had ended two days previously.
EXPIRY DATES
It was explained that
perishables are marked with
expiration dates, and if not
sold by that time should be
removed from the shelves.
He pointed out, however,
that some of these items
remained fresh for a
considerable time after the
expiry. "Nevertheless it should
have been removed," he added,
The Tribune understands
that customers in Food Fair
had discovered hot dog packets
that had expired in December.
The rising cost of food has
generhated national e igat
housewives last week began
boycotting meat sales in an
effort to forcemprices downhel

meat back from market in an
effort to inflate prices. As
packages p in in unt she

counters there was evidence
the boycott was having its
effect.
Prices stateside have already
begun to fall slowly in ceintain
areas.


same property are slated for
leaving a total of 17 people

on the leasc of the property
her home occupied, and one
pound ten shillings for the
ki lb n r Snd thhe dat f rs
he died, his son, L~eander.
NOT CROWN
twh rleandere d ed ao
of' his family told them the
property was really Crowri
Land, and as a result she and
all the other tenants have
refused to make further
payments.
She claimed that two weeks
ago she took the matter up
with "the Crown." (it is
believed she was referring to
the former Crown Lands
Dep art men t, now the
Department of Lands and
Surveys.)
She claimed "the C'rown'
told her there was nothing on
the records to show that
q st n owa dd te prdphrty i
hire a surveyor and an attorney
to quiet the title to the
property her buildings
occupied.
She went on to say surveyor
"Coakley" was at the property
last week and located the
boundary markers, and two of
his men are to be on the scene
Monday for su rvey ing
purposes,
She said she also hired
attorney James Thompson.
A senior official of the
Department of Lands and
Surveys this morning told The
Tribune "quite categorically
there is no Crown Land on
Farrington Road.adthony
surveyor on the island by the
name of Coakley is a Stafford
C lety, ofe troks. Netbther th
nor Mr. Thompson could be
contacted today for hoo i isntd

the eviction orders against the
tenants. It is understood Chief
Magistrate Wilton H(ercules
some months ago presided over
a court hearing in the matter,
but neither he nor Magistrate
Emmanuel Osadebay could bc
contacted today.
Mrs. Miller ha:, iived on the
property f'or 3 I years Mrs
Rahming sard she moved there
In 1956, and everyone living
there yesterday was there
before her arrival .1
i 1 /
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and two more homes on the
destruction Monday morning,
homeless.
TIhe democliti~n is being
carried out by Elarthmovers
Limited on the orders of A\gnes
By < d(ne Smnith) co mi
ownership, with others, as heirs
to the late Leander Smith.

bui di gs occu nt{ hav li e
on the property for from 17 to
31 years.
All hadl been paying for
leases until two years ago,
when Leander Smith died. The
fTribune was to~ld.
Destroyed Fhortly after 10
a m. yesterday were homes
owned by Stalnford Strachan,
Ilrnest Da3vis andi Muriel
Ingrraham,. a grocery store
owned by Lucy Rahmlinp, a
kitchen owned by Marion
Miller, and part of Mrs. Miller's
home.
T'he bulldozer is on
Monday to return to the
p op rty, jus wes tof he< T ;

tear down the rest of Mrs
Miller's House and Mrs
Rahming's home as well.
FRIENDS HELP
Stanford Strachan and
Ernest Davis were the only
occupants of their homes at
the time of the demolition
F~riday. Muriel Ingraham's son
lived alone in her house; she
lives in F~ox Hill. The three
men have been taken in by
friends,
Mrs. Miller shares her
homne with five people, and
Mrs. Rahming has seven
grandchildren living with her.
Mrs. Rahming and Mrs
,Mil r ngoldthThe Tri unebthis
arguing with "the Deans and
Agnes" over lease payments for
some t meen but c aimed no on

eviction or of the destruction
of their bu th ng lsta
recently-purchased freezer and
a quantity of goods when her
store was destroyed, and those
whose homes were tota yd or
partially wrecked yester ay
lost most of their persona
belongings and clothes.
Contacted at her Quarry
Mission Road home this
morning, Mrs. Bynoe refused
to comment on the incident.
Mrs. Miller said she began
living on the property in 19)42.
and for years paid four pounds


a child in his district to the

the government's property.
This is an example of the
attitude and inefficiency that
exists in this district".
Replying, Health Minister
Loftus Roker said he had
instituted proceedings whereby
a doctor was designated to go
the Acklins-Crooked Island
district. He pointed out that
there had never been a doctor
there before, and the district
was served by the Flying
Doctor Service.
Therefore he had not taken
anything awL4y when the
doctor was transferred.
govM Roker aexapl ine tac
obligation with the Morton
Salt Company to provide a
doctor at Inagua.
The doctor based at Inagua
was only there temporarily
before going, at his own
request, to Abaco. This
therefore necessitated
transferring the Crooked Island
doctor to Inagua.
"The member must concede
that the government of the day
must determine priorities, and
that the Minister cannot be
guided by the dictates of the
Opposition in carrying out his
duties," he declared.


this week blamed the death of
absence of a medical officer.
Addressing the House during
the Budget debate, Mr. Tynes
said the child died while being
brought from Acklins to
Nassau by boat. (The
Acklins-Crooked Island district
is no longer served by air.
Flamingo Airlines ceased its
flight there in February.)
The district was temporarily
provided with a doctor just
before the September general
election but he was transferred
to Abaco shortly after.
Mr. Tynes said that while a
nurse vw frequentlyi sent
out by the Mirustry of Health
rhe mosr ed poIde whs oa
least six weeks after her
posting there.
Another nurse had since
been posted there, but there
was still no doctor.
FLOODED JEEP
The district's representative
also informed Health Minister
Loftus Roker that a jeep
destined for medical use at
Acklins was resting flooded in
water at Crooked Island.
"It never reached Acklins,"
he declared. "What I am saying
is that the administrators of
the district did not see fit to
report or take action to protect


KENDAL NOTTAGE
...MP wants prices sliced

IWATS THOSE WHO

U 'A TO PA Y FOR

6ARBASEECOLLECTION

KILLARNEY representative
Cadwell Armbrister (PLP) has
suggested that those who can
afford to pay for garbage
Iolehct n dbe required to do s
government
Mr Amb it r'
recommendatiormwars made in
theeb ouseonof ths week'
Appropriation Bill,
"We c~sou dw ze ofsathe

fees for thezones popuated fr
collection for those zones that
uldltpa. d n't thinnk the
this essential service," he said.
D isc ussi ng the matter
following comments by Marsh
~larbour representative
Errington Watkins (FNM), Mr.
Armbrister agreed that garbage
collection was not what it
should be in some instances. 1
know Ihave had occasion to
raise questions in connection
with the service in my
constituency of Killarney."
Mr. Armbrister said he was
told by the Minister of Health
that the public might have to
bear with the situation for a
short time because the
equipment was insufficient to
handle the job and each one of
the garbage trucks was very
expensive "something like
$2'5,000 to $30.000 each."
Although the PLP was in
power. Bay Street was still
getting first preference where
garbage collection was
concerned, Mr. Watkins
insisted.
"By contrast one need only
drive down East Street.
"I saw a dead dog that had
beenal njs there for five days
just drove around him." he
remarked
Mr. Watkins, however, had
no grbager p oblems. as he wa

le n omM dier Reos hn tedto

Bu now Iin getin woried
Prospectt"
Mr. Watkins insisted the
Minister of H~ealth didn't
realize that somie very little
side streets existed and the
people there had garbage too.


"WE ARE in large part a
country with too many

rne ri native E sak n Wlown
announced in the H-ouse
Wednesday, while debating the
Budget Appropriations for
Health,


EWVilgHMENTAL

DIRECTOR'S POST
A DIRECTOR of
Environmental Services is to be
appointed to see that
Bahamian waters remain the
clearest and cleanest in the
world and the beaches free
from pollution, Hlealth Minister
Loftus Roker has disclosed.
Mr. Roker told the H~ouse
Wednesday that when the
government entered into an
agreement for the production
of crude oil at Grand Bahama*
it was strictly stipulated that
the government agency
responsible for determining
sanitation Standards in the area
would be the Ministry of
Health, and this would remain
its responsibility and not be
delegated to adyne rilonno

matter wha industrykeomes to
the Bahamas, to keep our
beaches and waters the envey
of the world," Mr. Broker
declared.

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES

RO1BERT T. HIRST
Optometrast -
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Teleph~one 352-5906


He said Bahamians were
absorbing alcohol at a rate that
woduldsedestroyidthem. andtthe
during the election campaign.
"The main problem is that
many men who are able to
work are not in a position to
do so because alcohol has gone
a long way towards destroying
them. These men go home and
raise such hell that their
children cannot stay home. If
the children cannot do their
homework it frustrates all our
efforts in the area of
education," Mr. Wilson pointed
out.
The G;ran ts Town
representative mauintained that
the reason expatriates were
doing some of the jobs here
was directly related to the
effects of alcoholism on
Bahamnian men.
The FNM's Marsh H~arbour
represen tative Errington
Watkins also agreed there was a
great deal of alcoholism in the
country, "but when the people
wake up in the morning and
see what kind of governmlentt
they have they g~otta get
drunk," he declared
INCREASE IN AIR TRAFFIC
OVE NEXT TEN YEA he
1edrn~i Aviationl A\dmlinlistrat~ion
sold F~riday airline~ passengers traffic
is likely to, increase at th~e rate of
ousto~ es nr Celt ;I year for the
Thex c0yurretarln asegr
to Il is uhurd a0. n man ai( tI ):T



million to 62.8 million inl 1984. the
I AA said in a news f'orecast.
Domestic pa~sse'ngersar
expected to increase f'roml 17).1
mlittion to 461.2 million.


FLATTENED WRECKAGE gives no clue to the number of buildings which were
demolished by a bunldozer on Friday morning. In fact, three homes, a small grocery store,
a kitchen and part of another home all contributed to the pile of debris on this
Farrington Road property following the eviction of the occupants. In the background is
the hoine of Lucy Rahming and seven of her grandchildren, also stated for destruction
Monday. PHOTO: Philip Symonette


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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THREE HOMES, A GROCERY STORE AND A KITCHEN on
Farrington Road were demolished by a bulldozer Friday morning,


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established Salary Scales and will be do~nendent
upon qualifications and experienced.

Applications in writing stating qualificationls
and experience should be adldre~ssed to the '
Acting AGM/P & I.R., Blh amIna
Telecommunications Corporation, P. O. Box N
3048, Nassau, Bahamas.


experiences.
Applientions in writing abould reach the
ulndersigned not later than Wednesday. 16th April.
1973.

(Sgd.) E. C. SANDS
General Manager
P. O. BOX N. 7509
Nassau. Bahamas.


2 Elle Edillno Saturday, April 7, 1973



".TERGOVE ROE DEOE ENSWO(IDEI DEDKNEb USeanovbCOOTT SUbociEnSs L ST FREEDOMY


DOWN ARMS FROM CUBAprce
ANOTHE DBLE MURE RINrflE MIea Uha Afour weeks after the bom b threats & do n om rce IMI (A)-Th as fmr
murders of its G;overnor and his aide de camp, these islands I'riday night WASHING;TON (AP)-Ilndian than 260,500 Freedom Ilight
were shocked by another double murder. leader Russell Means arrived Friday refugees from Fidel Castro s C~uba
Two partners In a city supermarket were uhot dead during an arrmed M r h i c e for weekend meetings writh White? li d off it pnt ee 1 Friday
robbery attempt shortly after the supermarket closed for the day. T'he M a t as ch lfouse representatives and w~arned St r it I l e8 t. w::"oldterMany walked
victims were identified as Victor Rego, who was in his 5Sh, and Mark I~coe, that the conflict at Wounded Knee 4 with canes. Others had to be
21.who was due to be married in Junle. did not necessarily end writh the sitddwnteses
The police, who were unable to give further details ofT the robbery WASHINGTON (AP) Watergate conspirator James W. signing of1.a peace treaty. By. THE ASSOCIATED PREISS ass edr downte satigte ps. t h*I.
attempt, immediately threw up roadblocks around this capital city and MCCord Jr. indicated in a sworn statement this week that he has "The federal government has BUYERS5 AND BUSINESSMEN alike looked on F~riday toward the arrivals teM iof tant h gg w s ti1nt
stopped all cars and vehicles leaving the city and questio~ned occupants. tape recolings of conversations he had with other people in dup'd the press and the world weekend shopping crush as the real test of the na;tior.wide meat boycott. whto was on the flight but whol~
Be~rmuda has averaged about one murder a year since Wo~rld War II. again," Means told newsmen as he Supermarket sales and livestock supplies in many areas were down during wsnt
1972 while the plot to bug Democratic headquarters was brewing. arrived at Dulles, International the first six days of the consumer action, but most prices remained the wars. not aaIerr. lwho a
INDIANS AT WOUNDED KNEE MAY RESIST Hi9 attorney refused to Mlc(ord said he WaS Aroti h company of two0 same. hoprs Mgi~nalt errp~e28thlto had
WOUNDED:I KNI I (AP') A fedterarl oficial at W'ounded Knee fealrs alwMc(.ord to answer co~ntacted about the job by coter~ ndans andedr his layr.o "Thee An Ascs o iated Press sample a the lowest inton n thntsor nihu~sbrand oucold bed onhe fnl
Fomle Indialn militants holdingy the settlement might not consent to lay cnlctaWondKnes t srvyoprcsfeihma tms fthnbtheuplisongtdd
down their arms peacefully. The Indians are to surrender their arms at the questions about the recordings John Caulfield, whom he over and will not be over until the on Monday and as-in o~n Thursday dtrmnth price." h atl to apeandclapewe
start of a Washingto~ln meeting between government and American indian saying, "we have reason to described as "a federsI federal government showHs it is showed only scattered changes; SITUATION EASES The last refugee to step off the
Mo~vement representative~. believe that any tape cord inatIor of la w sincere. several decreases we~re attributed to Patr ic k A. G or man. *Estern Airlines Electra. Mrs.
The meeting is scheduled for tomo~rrow~. It originally had been set for reodnsta eetkn enocmn"adte a inder provisions of peace end-of-thec-week specials, a regular secretary-treasurer of the Cardidad Caballero, 69. said, "I am
today by an algreecment signed Thlursday b~y militant Indians and federal reodn~ Ia eetk l nocmn"adte a greement, thatl ended a 37-da~ypractice* Amalgamated Meat Cutters and not able to believe it will be thr
agents. The official at Wounded Knce did not say what the government might have been in violation of introduced to John Dean Ill, siege of Wo~unded Knlee, the Indians The director of merchandising Butchers Workmen's Union of end." She left a daughter and son in
would do if it met with resistance upo~n entering the settlement when the some statute which will violate thez President's official lawyer. who held the village in South for G;rand Union's 43 stores in the North America, said the "S~iuation Cuba.
Washington talks begin. (e SII ST~ORY THIIS P'AGEt) h is pr ivilege~ against "I don't recall much in the I"akota are scheduled to lay dow\n Washinglton, D).C., Metropolitan seems to be easing." He reported Another elderly woman grasped
U.S. ACTION IN CASE OF CEASE-FIRE VIOLATIONS self-incri mination. way of conversations howe '.vam sat urdayrm wis e t osad are s <1e' a nu 2emen ta It bee eral 000buc shd tf "odhwl ref ard welome, yn
SAIGO(N (A')- U.S. so~urces in Saigon say the No~rth Vietnamese are T`hat was on Tuesday, before spercifically that took place surrendered at Wounded Knee until was cutting meat prices for the. rest The AP checked the prices of But Howard Palmatierr director
sending tho~usands of civilians into South Vietnam. Apparently they are to Mc<`ord received immunity for except some reference by Mr. "they (federal officials prove to us of the month. The nationwide round steak, centre nut pork chops, of the U.S. Cuban Refugee
take over administrative duties in Communist controlled areas' for anyrthing he might say to a (.aullfield which appeared to that they are negotiating in good chain the 10th largest in the ground chuck, sirloin steak, veal Programme, said "We think it's
Vieln me ma< icr whl Ilv hetuns iiterac ninf tht S~lt ad e lnaN"' gand lury. melc to indicate that he had a Mcai ns, free under $25,000 bond Ih lat caht abo 500wtoor s nl aui brib loartnb slchps c lambn H d rmites euban authorities;
first. The reports come amid charges by Itunni that the U.S. has brought Mc('ord's statements were in famniliarity that Mr. Dean knew since he was charged Thursday for beef, pork lamb and veal at least to Monday and rechecked on advised before the latest series'of
i to So~uth Vietnam 20-thousand military advisers disguised as civilians in a sworn deposition taken by who, I waS." his role in the takeover, is cents per pound below the price Thursday. There were only refugee flights began that only 850
volatio~n of the cease-f~ire. lawyers in three civil suits that AfteLr that McCord said he scheduled to meet with Leonard ceiling imposed last week by scattered changes either up or remained on the list to leave. N(o
repuu~tyd Ins sueve ro tarew I'nlas, a ln < possib
Pentagoln informed Nixon of several options to, back up his warning to the "Tlhere have been threats, bothi officials of the Nixon They are to discuss the need for business would pick up, but added, week. down at II:SS ai.m. to become the
North Vietnulmese about cease-fire violations. bombh threats against mny rc~lection committee. ::nd the! mechanics of a presidential "stores are calling in for more meat A spokesman for Safeway Stores last of a series which started on
SMALL. FALL INV PRICES FOLLOWING MEAT BOYCOTT familyy" Mc<:ord told lawyers, in1 the all-day deoiintreatly coamm ssiantm examine U.S for the frt rime titis week hrein Little Rock, Akes said there was D~erth 19a6c5h. Snme seemed da ted
WASHIINGTO. N (A')- So~me meat boycott Icaders will confer in Lthere have been other forms sessiont McCord said that he commission is one of six points supermarkets in the Bronx., N.Y., price on a weekly basis and we and were hurried off to waiting
Washingtonr next Wednesday on possible future moves. So far, what of harassment we fear personally was a odyguard for rcovered inl the agreement signed showed G;rand Unlion's prices wecret don't change in the middle of the buses. A few had tealrs in their eyes.
nationwide fo~rm if any -the boycott would takeafter this week is not retaliation. My family fears for two weeks for Mrs. Mitchell r~hursday by Means, other members generally the same or lowerr than week." Only a handful waved and smiled.
clear. tslf db dugt wil h o the American Indian Movement other stores in the area. U.S. Rep. Benjamin S. Just three children were aboard,
Meanwhile, an Awuociated P'ress spolt check o~f the bo~yco~tt as it enters its i "a re oand Asst. U1.S. Atty. G;en. Kntl1 None of the other major food Rosenthal, (D-N.Y.) said boycott one of them a handicapped boy~
final1 days shows prices holding their own. Meat sales, the check showed, Mc(:ord also reported that security staff of the committee Irtel chains followed G;rand Ulnion's leaders would meat in Washington who was placed in a wheel chair.
are ofrf in most part ofC the country, and there are some price reductions by there had be'en a death threat was being beefed up. Means said the Indians also will lead. However, in P'ortland, Maine, next Wednesday to plan further The arrivals were taken to
retailers, but no, general drorp. made to Martha Mitchell in Thlat *appeared to give some try to arrange a meetings with Jo~hn a spokesman for IFirst National action. Freedom House, a U.S. Derpartme~nt
In Australia, several women's organilationsl' and trade unions plan a 192 r.Mthlli h ie btata sta hrlichman, the P'resident's Stores said beef and pork prices at "The boycott has been an of Health, Education and Welfare
one-dauy meat hoycottl to protest rising p~rices. Protesters claim that 17 Ms ice s h f so stntaion to reportsta domestic adviser. the SO stores in the chain's Maine, incredible success as far as the centre set up to process refugees.
Australia's high level ofr meat exports much of it to the Ulnited States --of former Atty. Gen. John N Mrs. Mitchell was very upset Hie said that in his meeting with New Hampshire and Vermont numbers participating is Miami area Cubals gathered reagerl?
causes shlortages and prices oosts. Mitchell. when McCord and four others federal officials, he seeks "peace divisions would be 10 cents below concerned," he said. "we must at the high fence surrounding the
MISSSSIPI LOOS. OVETO IGHR GOUN 11 also revealed that he has were arrested in the Watergate ',ri pmtde. O awnv i y~ous ri 1 ads the ceiling starting InMonday. harness their boycotterss') efforts centre hoping to see a familiar face.
NI. OiAN (P)Ran pltd heLoerMisisipi ivr aley turned over somec personal offices. that hie approached the negotiations IFred Mullins, meat merchandiser of llosin mhee I d of seeal weln steathemiastiff aw f chai
today and flash floodfr warnings were up' for thle entire state of Mississippi. notes madey in 1972 to the McC' or was before the with so~me skepticism because he fojr the chainl, said the reduction other restaurants around the being$ tod wh~at awaits them in,
Residents in the river delta are preparing to, move to higher ground it grand jury investigating grand jury again on Friday. ferlt the administration reneged on was the result o~f lowe~r costs to the nation, a chain of Pancake Houses their new life. There was applause
necssryAranasto L~ouisianac, already swollen tributuries of the Watergate andr other esptiolnage i nte dvlpet a l urangreemiennt athatffim edge tfu retailer. Sie sai meat salesdw re in St. Louis announced a ban ojn when they learned they would be
Mississippi hacked into low areas, but upriver at St. Lo~uis the flood has activities. It was the first time Hlouse source said Friday thart W'ashington last year. bownot t'ck. perday cen 8mtfm 6 agm. tof mnightt fed aond a housed wihou care o
crested and thesitouation has improved. Six persons have ididin the foods. it had been revealed thait White House chief of staff II. The agreement that ended the oKo w Wiliams, operator of the Iridayhehnormanl ser o oes ouet Easnh arat eydnw hh single pieces
On the L~ower Mississippi four o~the~r persons are missing. Mc('ord kept notes. R. Ilalideman last week told a Siege or wounded Knee fell short o~f Arkansas Natio~nal Storckyards at pounds of meat on I riday. "But we of baggage. Nearly half were no
NATIOAL SEURITYCOUNCL INCEASEDIn a single appearance before grup of Rpulian tt the Indian milit nts hadlaske Little Rock, said IFridhay's hog price won't serve meat at all," he said, more thaln shabby canvas bags. All
SAN C'LIMI NTI: CA~Il ORNIA (AP')- Trh Western White House has the Senate select comm teccon (congressmen that he had Movement spokesman it was a step sol at S36.50 mundredweight,ohe te eushewi isn thir fmht a~gwi sd twusmall pe ags fcontaininma
announced that President Nixon has inscrased thle number of staff po~sts on Watergate last week Mc'cr organized P'resident Nixon's toward achieving equal rights for said, compared to, last week's high meat prices "
the National Security council. This reportedly in an effort to streamline reportedly said that a number re- c ct io n in tellIigen ce Indians. of$4L Several consume,,rsaid they wererF s rl
th ppe a ly, prsdnilad eryKsigrhdol asnl euya f top White Hlouse officials opeaton are m re lld tapII rith m National Security Affairs adviser. Now he is to, have five. were aware of plans for the But the source quoted AIM spokesman in St. Paoul, M~inn., conf~using: farmers who couldn't be ouycott.raiman, P'resident of, the OI re98
President Nixon is to return to the White House tomorrow fro~m San brea k- In at Demnocratic: lialdeman3 1 as saying he didn't "but now we'll have, to see if ther sure. whlat they would get for their C'onsumer Association of New ddso fr
Clemnente, Californ a. Yesterday he joined a goup of freed war prisoners to headquarters in the Watergate plan anything ilgl And government will stand behind it- livestock. "Buyers are unlcertainl York, said the effort was "an a dds o fr
watch the Californi Angels play the Kansus C~ity Royals in the opener for buddting! but he brought no Ilaldeman reportedly said the T~he best part is that we~ could talk too," he said, "about how much overwhelming success." She did not If You often feel tired and
bothl American Ixlague baseball teams. Corbrto o te amnsrto a endig to cabinet levelthofficialstvithcl they may need. They've got elaborate, but said her group plarns find yourself getting irritable,
PLANE ACCIDENTLY DROPPED SIX S00-POUNDS BOMBS committees. a poor job of convincing the (urta yo I dinn Afuars)." -and-s Te hutttuersmaybnti to continueay boycotting mea ont itoldbcusedbyo madnes
LAS VEG;AS, Nev. (AP')- An A7D) fighter jet accidently dropped six KEF.T NOTE:S public it is innocent. Hlowetver, she said that ther sure on how much el eyl need and Tnefn itey. andThrsa uthe flu ng Thfs impu ties
500-pound bombs neur a residence I S miles southeast of a hombing. ranger "~You kept notes in 19)72? Meanwhile the Wall Street agreements does notl co;ntin these the selings wa~nt the market to Sharon Harris, chairman of the tmo be relieved with on d'
out cla Vgasan ai fre poesmn a ook atth buldng as asked Kenneth Wells Journal F~riday reported results origi e )Mia niu n au cil tribal abckil tobfr they. bnghE'ir h 1nfnatio nT gtcher s id she Pills Ddd'sti contin rane tefe
occupied. Damage from the bombs, dropped Thursday, were "believed to Parkinso~n, attorney for the Ofg a poll showing only constitution be di~ssolved Hog prices were generally lower favours extending the boycott tivediurticinreaseth
be limited to broken window glass in the buildings," described as "a Committee for the Re-election one-third of those questioned Tribal P'resident R~ichard on F'riday at the national through the end of April unless soee uh neea
residence and a smaller building. of the President in the civil believe the White House aides WiSon be ousted and new elections stockyards in Illinois and prices are cut by 20 or 25 per cent* mealoitf impu-

10~~~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ eBIs emI test I e stsAotw ta tefivle ntnth eThe occupation force be given elog ca le: o sh ep on hndnfrrllbc u o th el criof I o eysel pyour
the ns ckcs s r nte cn nFrdyad twsnt nw o Q. About your activity, your The newspaper said 501 All Indian land be returned to At the wholesale level, a started rising," Mrs. Harris said. DOdd'slPills
closee the hombs fell to the residence. But the spokesman said thle daily activity or weekly personsselected at random h;d teIniid onrspkemn fr Bu Ribn Svalupmrktaags nFo relief fromn
explositms were believed to have been "in close proximlity" to, thle activity thn otpol o be M T n7hehe oe re Indian nation h ee aivn nau inerC., se*tn, id. nusn Ir. sai hei plrb 1sddie esan

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN U.S. DIPS yes, sure, of course. It said 29 per cent reported TI RMS AGRHE.D compared to 1,250 or 1,300 during costs not the boycott.
WASHING;TON (AP)- The nation's unemployment rate dipped slightly Q. A~nd you have maintained themselves less likely to vote The ag"rement worked out a normal week.
in March as thle number of Americans working hit an all-time hligh, offering and kept these notes you have R ubin in ex yars Thurs ay provideesnthat: ade ofte C>nain tnres I esi unt 5f
n bigt ot i a ohewie lomyovr-llecnoicpitue.had? elections because of the occupying indians, will go to outlets in the Atlanta, Ga., area, lux ALAARM SEF VICRS
Americans holding jobs rose by 700,000 inst month, on a seasonally A. Notes on what, be Watergate affair. Washington Saturday to meet with said he didn't know whether Irmsl~la ....... ..i~rlr
ices. Thene ger accute n ril nneta y cal conecutivebgmot specific. The journal said 91 per cent White House representatives. business would pick up on
At the sameu time. the Labour D~epartment said Friday, unemployment Q. In the security area. hade erdooredab t na)nlthatameeting starts nthee cari thatl ortsu sast uld, ash a I Tana g., eenon1 og ~ 20, 2o
edgd ownfrm 51 ercen i Ferury o pr cntiss mnth Tis A. For what year? Watergate, and that 38 per cent submit to arrest and be taken to off this weekend, so we didn't
w not thensider s significant because unemployment normally drops Q. 1972. thought top White House aidcS Rapid C'ity for arraignment-t advertise any beef," he said.
President Nixon's chief economic adviser, Hecrbert Stelr, cited the rise in A. Of course. Some of those were involved and 29 per centThr wilb afdra Hesdstrsmy ac a
job holders as the largest monthly increase in 20 years. are before the ground jury. weeucrin investigation of Indian affairs shortage of meat next week because
"The combination of strong employment gains reported today anld McCord said that for a The paper said S3 per cent Heevt n antd an audi of tiba ,many Ppackkinohouss have, sho
moe ates rkg to fl ior i m tno rgrn aevienp osab tyefundamental two-week period in April he believe President Nixon was funds. said, "but beef, we just don't know.
Other government anallysts said that while the gain in employment was went daily to theL Mitchell unaware of the Watergate -TeDprmn fJsiei ehv o oee n rcs
unusually large it was not much different from a year ago. Nevertheless, apartment to pick up the oprton 4 bliv h bolncie v j, where tacptrora You are going to see a lot of TlraeeisdMed
the strong employment increases that began last year and have so far Mitchell's daughter and drive White House has failed to do rights of all individual Oglsla sioux gmikalto rcsavrie
Iotne tis yr sget fr he emplies mnt rtthe nation's itch 11 s hool because Mrse veryth ne it shou tan 0el I nd" against unlawful uses per cent by the end of this year. The rate began dropypinlg Inst June after harmed. pe etbeiv ewmna e ra a Phrsidetii re
hovering around 6 per cent for nearly two, years. Hle said he would meet "making too much" of the Ccommission will be set up to lpdf
ALREADY MORE THAN 12 PERSONS KIDNAPPED IN 1973 Mitiel dor Mrs. Mitchell or case. examine the 1/8ux8n gvernment
BUIINOS AIRES (AP')- Local I astmanl Kodak C'ompany officials *hi ad raywthtl iu ain
awaited Iriday the release of the firmly's technical manager. Antony It. Mrs. Mitchell also was
I)acrur, kidnapped Inst Monday hy a group of what are believed to be concerned, he said, that their
)cuu am crmnalsAmerican citiren born in Portugal, could he freed in the uput ent lcatd n e e a
next hours according to well informed soutrcs. One of his relatives wals resdenia ares o~ the
quoted as saying rI~tday mor~ning; that the kidnap(ok~r's ransom reqluest had Watergate complex, might be u .
been met. The amount was not disclosed, but it could he well over 500,0oo bugepd or wiretapp~ed.


dollars, the so~'C urce sold.off e the &he I'ecrt

Co. with me at the point where
she received the death threat ~reditlenal celling-mounted room fan.
over her unlisted telephone," The design of th Westinghtoue
I~f~rufiJ ~fMs torrd sewaore There was ns, VACICAR HOTICE ::;ly~~do *M; ,ar..ag.o

where allectve air movemmet
Msta meMitchuell thwaasmlso VN20 s etre

security. McCord said that he A vacancy exists f'or a Purchasing and Contracts blades pr~oie a large moving
~ ~ B~B ~i~li ~ Monce X-rayed all the furniture Officecr who will be responsible to the General a mnt whust tl irnamry
in the apartment. Malnager for the pulrchasing of all materials, plant sound of rushng air.
McCord said he was hired as anld equ1ipmenltlf requl~ired for the Corporation.
Appliation areinvitd fourth ositin ofty ohief ft ~tiheceNix n Applicants should preferably be Chatered
Personnel Office Assistant Novemnber or Dececmber 1970 EnlgineerTs or mlemlbers of a recognized body of
and that he met Mitchell a Purchasinig Contract Officers with wide experience
nuimbecr of times. of tende~ring procedures, contract and order
The applicant should p~ossess a University qualification in Humani or industrial Relations mc andt say a wordl or two of preparation and mlatters relating to purchasing of
or equivalent and ideally should have had several pleasantries,"' Mc('ord said of enlgineerC'ing ma~terials.
years experience in Personnel Management and the time when he was driving Alternatively consideration will also be given to
Industrial Relations. the daughter. persons who do not possess the above
As security officer f'or the qulfiainsbt h av cuie tencesr
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hce knweg fPronlMaaeet tf ''1t NMitc 's o 'ce he knowledge through having worked in this area. A4w a
Training, Salarly Administration, Benefit and the re-election headquarters. The successful applicant will be required to**
Group insurancec Plans would be an asset butt is QUIET ON CIA supervise the Stores facilities operated by the
not essential. McCord refused to answer Corporationl which requires knowledge of Stores
'lesi":'"t'w uto is ;Itiiigg* Procedure~s. cabe ..If1
The~~~we saar will be within theh Copoaio's
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Saturday, April 7, 1973.


people have become too poisoned.
It's just too bad .... too sad .... too late.
All I can say once again is that a people get the kind of
Govemmient they deserve. And thiey should not grumble when
they suffer the consequences of their own poor choice.
++*******
Don't know what the tourist business is doing in Jamaica. The
island used to be very far behind in the tourist race.
But things must be picking up here.
Our bedroom at this hotel looks out on the occan. Planes
arriving at the Montego Bay airport approach the landing strip

Fro erl mring 11. l t ough lhe day ... a f it h


aoll bdmgdre to. samic au ds st aedino in rvin g r psit o
in thle tourist field of activity
..........
In Nassau thle Governmnent-controlled ZNS radio station pour
out a steady flow of propaganda in a salute to forthcoming
inde pe~nde nce.

pe n p ly Iioen tn (1it thi sai wl hsv rnanswer for t~e

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Tho1(se whom1 the gods would destroy they first make niad.
--ANONYMO!S


Ailrines Limite)d


Opposition vote ag ainst $13.5



milli08 3drld taxe ISOS1 g0 Vt.

THE OPPOSITION FNM'S STAND against the tax measures designed to finance 1973
appropriations, which the Opposition had approved, was hypocriticalal" two G;overnment
members charged at thle close of the 1973 budget debate in the House on Thursday.


Saturday, April 7, 1973


EFFECTIVE APRIL, 1973

Subject To Gov. Approval.


Stamnp Act and thle Spirits and
Beer .Manulfac~turec Act. which
together are expected to raise
an Jdditionatl il3.5 million in
revenue this year
Fran kly n Wilson
(PI.P-G;rant' s Town) declared
"it is hypo~critical for the
Opencsition to agree to
Government spending and at
the same time to oppose the
methods of raising the money
to pa y for those
appropriations. I think there
comes a timei in this House
when honest! must prevail,
he said.
Following uip on the same
p intDputy Pims ce it
D. Hanna to~ld the House that
the "the Opposition, with very
little concern for what is
happening in the country,
decided not to support the
revenue measures. and at the
same time to, Fupport the
appropriations, knowing the
appropriationsi are dependent
on the bills.
Opp uldT t~ Letadr a )the
the FNM were mn power, have
followed that to the logical
conclusion to pass the
appropriation and defeat the
revenue measures?"
Hie added that "it is safe to
say that the principle is that
Government will make every
ef fort to e~nsure the burden of
taxation mnust fall where it can


RI VITAL.,IZI llO
Mr. Isaac\ ( I NM51- Fort
Mnlntagu) tw~ice during the

e~~~ ;1 dn n1 h be en
"revitalizedl there would have
been~i no( need tcor adlditioinal

Yecsterday he told the

"Ihe~~l was to1 ruse aditio~nal
revenue Is to, revibllle the
eccrconomy If that w~as being
dones last l~ar andl this ylear
there would he o n( ieed for

rlhe furrfl' Act amendments
slrpt iglT)iv reiarwreas s
of the 150 categories of
imports inc~ludeid in the
schedule to, the Act
G;overnmntrn cocnsiders all the
attc~cted~ Ittems "luxulries "
t~he amerndment to the
I mergency Ta~x A~ct pushed the
emergeency tax on Imnports uP
fro~m 7V2? percent o~f the value
to, 12C2 percent, an Increase of
ab< ut ( p tr 1t amerndment
introduced a sliding! scale of
st amp taxes payable on
transfer\ of bothi real and
personal property.
Tlhe Spirits andl Beer
Manufacturer Act amerndment
increased thle duty payable on
liquor manufactured under the
Act fromn three shillings to $2
per gallon.


The Hfouse gave unanimnous
approval to appropriations for
recurrent expenditure and
capital development totalling
$1 17,473,460. But the
Opposition voted against
amendments to, the Tariff Act,
the Emnergency TIax Aict, the



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NO T D BAT ED

O)PPOSITIO)N Leader
Kendal Isaacs loct his battle
Thursday to have the
Estimated Revenue for 19)7
de bated.
Mr. Isaacs' contention was
that there was precedent for
such debate, despite the claim
by Finance Minister Arthur
Hanna that the House could
only approve expenditure not

"Tememnber may be
correct that the Hlouse has
dealt with revenue matters
before, but I have been here
since 1956 and if you ask me I
cannot say yes or no because I
don't remember," Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling
observed.
He pointed out that
government had to have lawful
authority to spend money and
had to obtain this either by
passage of an Act or resolution.
The various revenue Bills, some
efwlb ch were on the pre n
pertinent to revenue

r.e th fun tax 1l on t e
agenda came up the Opposition
could deal with the items of
revenue.
What was before the House
for consideration was the
Appropriation IEstimates as
expressed by Bill. There was no
Bill before the House to
approve the E~stimates of
Revenue.
hiMpr Hann s nd apto bhen
they had dealt with the
question of revenue under the
appropriate expenditure heads.
"As long as I can recall in
the last 13 years we have never
sat down and debated the
revenue in the committal stage.
We discussed it when dealing
with te second reading mnt

again, the Prime Minister
pointed out that there was no
provision in law that said the
government must collect
precisely the amount of
revenues laid down in the draft
estimates.
"When I was in the
Opposition I used different
tactics in dealing with revenue,
putp siis notw tome to tell t y
should adopt."
T'he exc~hanige between the
government side and Mr. Isaac~s
continued for several more
minutes until the intervention
of Mr. Henry Bowen who was
in the chair at the time the
Ho se wa in comm ttee stt t


although the Opposition
Leader did not ask him for a
ruling he would rule that the
House proceed to approving or
not appr ov ing the
Appropriations Bill;
The measure was carried.
putting an end to four days of
debate.


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By ETIENNE DUPUCH
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 2. The Executive
Committee of the Inter American Press Assolrationn met in the
Montego Beach Hotel conference room today.
This meeting was devoted to a discussion of Freedom of the
Press at which I was asked to make a report on the situation of
Press and Radio in the Bahamias today.
Told the delegates, drawn from all over the Americas and the
Caribbean islands, of the difficulties I had experienced with the
Government and of the way ZNS is controlled by the
Government in Nassau.
At the end of my report it was proposed that the press in
North America should go to battle on my behalf.
Thanked them for this offer of support but assured them that
Idid not need any help. I had made a decision to leave the
Bahamas and nothing could now change that decision.
Ihad come here to make this report because I felt that it was
my duty to see that the press of the Americas was not fooled by
false information being disseminated by the Pindling Government
... and that, through the Press, both the governments in
Washington and London should be informed of the methods
being employed by the Government to discriminate against ....
and if possible harass .... a free newspaper like The Tributne.
I said that too often decisions of Govemmients were influenced
by expediency. That was not my concern or my responsibility.
My duty was to see that at least the press was aware of the truth.
But, as far as I was concerned, I didn't need any help. I was a
free man .... and I had already taken measures to secure mny
continued freedom of action and decision as a man.
They asked me questions about conditions generally in the
Bahamas. They had all heard a great deal and wanted me to
confirm or deny the things they had heard.
I told them that I had come to this meeting to make a report
on the press and ZNS .... no more, no less. If they wanted any
further information they would have to find it for themselves.
***********
Yesterday I told you that the Assistant Manager of this hotel is
a young Englishmair who had been on the Royal Bank of Canada
staff in Nassau for five years. His application to become a
Belonger was refused and his work permit was turned down and
so he had to leave the colony. He has been welcomed in Jamaica
This young man's father was also a senior banker in Nassau. He
is now retired and living in the island where he has done a great
deal of good work as an official on one of the charitable
committees there. His application to become a Belonger was also
turned down, despite the public services he has performed, and so
it is a question as to whether he will be able to stay.
When it is realized that Bishops, Priests and Nuns now have to
obtain work permits in the colony it is clear that no one s
position is secure.
Even Bishops, Priests and Nuns have the Pindling-Hlanna sword
of Damnocles hanging low over their heads and one is, of course,
left to wonder what would happen to their work permits if they
dared to step out of line in the interest of public justice.
Oh no, I did not give this bit of information to the press but it
is there for them to find out if they are interested.
****2******
Yesterday I told you that Jamaica had a serious unemployment
problem and yet the government realizes the need to bring
expatriate staff to the island to fill certain positions.
I had a talk with Tom Sherman, Managing Editor of The
G'leaner, today. He told mne that there were at least 200,000
unemployed people in Jamaica and still it is difficult for him to
find enough local people to frll all the jobs on The Gleanter
The Bahamnas has a total population of about 180,000. Until
the economy started to shrink under the PLP Government the
islands had over-employmlent. Any capable person could get any
kind of job he - or she -wanted. And yet, with this kind of
situation, the Govemnment tells The Tribunle that we must find
local people for all the positions on our staff.

The G~overnmlent are aware that Bahamlians are not available
.for many positions in the colony but still they enforce this policy
on anyone who for one reason or another does not enjoy
their special favour.
In a report by Comnmissioner of Police Htindmiarsh he stated
that he was finding it difficult to locate enough suitable material
for service on the Police Force
Surely it should be easier for Commissioner flindmarsh to find
raw recruits for the Force than it would be for a newspaper of
The Tribune's standard and wide business operations to find an
experienced Financial Comptroller, Manager or Sub-editor.
Any fool would recognize this fact.
r**.i.. **
Iamn not writing this article because I have any personal
interest to serve. I have made my decision and nothing will
change it.
I am writing this article merely to tell the Bahamiian people ,f
the blind, suicidal course their emotional and immiiature
Government has chosen to follow.


I don't need to tell you that foreign investment has almost
disap eare u rom te eiBa ambas.CThis iasncomminio knowledge. t a


ga eifulS ppletfe tlhethliey sh ild crect a tinonumeint in he
Minister Arthur Hanna.
The building industry .... which hiad emnployed thnousanlds of
our people .... has collapsed as a result of the flight of capital.
Both Minister of Tourism Clemnent Maynard and Tourist
Director S. N. Chib have recently made statemients revealing~ that
the colony's tourist business is in serious trouble.

Th c elkhmk n for tadure is no answer today to the ptroblemis
that have been created by this Governmient s owni stup~idl policies.
The rot has sunk too deep .... the cancer hacs spreadf too~ I'al
through the body-politic .... the minds of our formerly wonlderful


DEADMAN'S CAY TO: (DMC)


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George Town
George Town
Nassau
Nassau
N assa u
N assa u


Sa
Tu/Th/Sa
Fr


FREEPORT TO: (F;PO)

Nassau
Niass u
Nassau
N assau
Port-au-Prince


Daily
Daily
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Daily
F~r/Su


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408
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GREETINGS WERE EXCHANGED Friday morning between
Prime Minister Lynden O. Pindling and Germany's Deputy
Minister of Transport on the occasion of Lufthansa German
Airlines' inaugural flight to the Bahamas..


MAYAGUANA TO: (MYG)


Mo/We
Mo/We


George Town
N ass u

NASSAU TO: (NAS)

The Bight
Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Deadman's Cay
Freeport
Freeport
Freeport
GleeorgeTwn
George Town
George Town
George Town
George Town
George Town
George Town
George Town
Inagua
Mayaguana
Port-au-Prince
San Salvador
Sn
Stella Maris
Stella Maris


12.10 p.m. 204
I.00 p.mn. 204


With the Deputy Minister,
Mr. Renst Haar, were a
delegation of persons including
Gaermiany's th/mbalsoador Ku
S chmidt, member of
Parliament, Mr. Rolf Breme-r,
and members of the press a Id
radio.
Prime Minister Pindling said
Lufthansa German A\irhines
inaugural flight could be just as
important for the Bahamnas as
the riva erd ou ft tavell r
opened up a new cra to the
New World more than 400
years ago.
Mr. Pindling thanked
L~ufthansa for extending Its
service to the Bahamas and sarid
he was sure the service will be
first class. Hle also pointed out
that visitors from Germany and
Western Europe will find these

gr at t f re be toty andchithe
but ideal for trade anti
com mer~e.
"I ami sure the Ministry of
Tourism in particular and the
Government in general, would
wish me to thank you for
coming," Mr. Pindling said.

ffc t idd that iehpds

would wish to be with the
Bahamiian people on July 10,
"when we celebrate our
Independence.,,
10 HOUR FLIGHTS
Mr. linar expressed greetings
on behalf of the F~ederal
Minister of Transportation and
the Gecrman Government. 110


said Lufthansa's flights should
promote good political and
economiic relations as well as
Iutua e nhatnie be e t
and the Bahamas which were
now separated only by 10
flight hours.
He also noted that the
beauty of these islands was
sure to fill the expectations of
Gecrman tourists. -
"Lufthansa's service will
undoubat rlie in mrnotial
tourist traffic to the Bahamnas
which has already comlmrced
so hopefully," Mr. Huaar said.
Prime Minister Pinding
presented Mr. Hlaar with a
Pieces of' Eight coin and
received in turn a collection of
Ge r man stereo classical
records.
Mr. Pindling was also
presented with a plaque by
l aptain Werner Utter,
commemor ting ter no cal 1

thrice weekly non-stop service
to the Bahamas.
Lufthansa's official
inaugural flight touched down

a i s t i n s s u r i n n A r i c s

accompanied by memlbers of
the press and radio, were given
a rousing welcome a~t the V.I.P.
Lounge. Following a brief
reception at the airport during
which time <;oombay Sma~sh
a native rum punch was served,
gussv wea trainspoear on Paradise island
During their stay in the
Bahamas, the group w~ill be
taken on a sightseeing toulr of
the city. Social fulnctio~ns
arranged for them include a
reception at G;ove rnmrent
House: cocktails andi dinner
hostedl by the Minlstry of

Is and rothotion's <:/1 rcl ;
Lufthansa Gefrman .'rlines
officials in Nasslu. o)n
Sunday the group will break up

ivernigh tv its to tate < f it<

asirtns one of its Boesing 707

Airlines will now operate a
thrice weekly services between
Nassau and West Gcrma~ny.~ A
flight originating at I ranktlrtt
will arrive here each MondayI)
and Saturday at 5:50 p.m. A~nd
anflightobe inni g t Frankf: t
touch down in Nassau each
TThursday at 7:05 p.mi All
flights will continued on to
Mexico.


Mo/We
Tu/Th/Sa
Fr
Fr/Su
Daniy
Daily
Daily
Daily
MofWe
Tu/Th/Sa
Fr
Su
Mo/We
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Sa
Tu/Th
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Su
Mo/We

Tu/Th
Sn


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5.00 p.m.
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I 1.20 a.m.
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3.IS p.m.
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3.00 p.m.
I 1.15 a.m.
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I1.1S a.m.


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Inagua
Nassau


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Fr/Su
FrlSu


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502
502


SAN SALVADOR TO: (ZSA)


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George Town
Na: u
Nassau
Nassan


Su
Mo/We


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Tu/Th
Su
Su


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San Salvador


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Saturday, April 7, 1973.


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VISIT THE BIG-HEARTED CHURCH
On Soldier Road and Old Trail Cometery


INFORMAL SERVICES &
F'RIE'NDLY PEOPLE
.,.,- .i SCHEDULE OF SERVICES:
SUN: Bible School 10:00 a.m.
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
WED: Prayer & Praise 7:30 p.m.
- Pastor - H. MILLS Ph. 5-1339 P.O. Box N3622


8 ~Nassau Christian and Missionary
~B ALLANC CHURCH
Sermon Subjects forSunday I
March 25, 1973.
Tempo rari ly M meeting At Y.W.C.A. Bu ildin9
Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive
Hour of Worship 1 1 A.M. Hu fEagls :0..
"The Qulestionable "Admonition Regarding
Doctrine" Heaven"


AND

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REGULAR O
DRAPERY FABRIC Toss8.oo $1.95
UPtlOLSTERY FABRIC TO $22.00$ -$
WALL PAPER $4.95 per roll $1.50 .non


The Rev. Mr. Davis and
Dr. Bailey also visited Grand
Bahama to hold similar
discussions with church

An ia atnd rnTia a A d l
2, to return to their respective
bases.
It is expected that two
Bahamians, the Rev. Emmett
Weir and Miss Rebecca Grimes,
will De resent theoBahamas at a

isul etionarbbnan urbanihta io
G;uyana, April 25-27. It is also
expected that CADEC will be
co-sponsoring with the
Bahamas Christian Council two
consultations later in the year
to discuss in depth the role of
the church in the Bahamas in
the development of society.


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ECUMENICAL MUSICAL
CONCERT FOR CHARITY
AN ECU IMNICAL musical
concert. under the patronage
of the Rt. Rev. Michael H.
Eldon. Bishop of Nassau and
the Bahamas, will be held at St.
Agnes Church, Baillou Hill
Road, at 8 45 p.m. Sunday,
April 1.5.
The pr~ceceds from the
conert will aid the Crippled
Children s Fund, the C'hildren's
Emergency Hostel, the
Ranfurly Hlomes for Children
and the Bahamas Red Cross
A cocllectrion will be taken.
FIRST COMMUNION
SUNDAY AT MARY STAR
TWEN flY-three children of
the ('C 1I) class for children
attending Meary Starwo tp Sa
their first holy communion at
the 8 30 mass on Sunday at
Mary Star of the Sea Church,
Feepont che drvill be joied
Italian language school who are
temporarily resident in
Freeport while their fathers are
employed at the oil refinery.
Fo`he pastor SFather Briend n
celebrant.
LAYMAN TO SPEAK
AT MARY STAR
MR nt ito oMcKinney,
presiet o h epl' Penny
Savings Bank, Nassau, will
speak at all the masses at Mary
Star of the Sea Church,
Freeport, tomorrow.
Mr. McKinney, who is

I on the stewardship programme
currently being conducted in
the Catholic churches
throughout the diocese.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
CRUSADEorACPRiL t22sau

is sponsoring the Tom Skinner
Youth Crusade for Christ at
the A. F. Adderley H~igh
Shool auditorium from April
One of the efforts to raise
funds to meet the crusade
bd etr whi awalkatho and
p.m. today from Fort Montagu


and ended at the A. F.
Aidderley Auditorium. Walkers
are 10 years or over. Three
youth bands have been invited
to participate in the walk.
Prizes will be given to the
first person to finish the course
In the 10-13 age bracket, the
14 years and over group, to the
person who collects the most
money, the church that
collects the most money and
the church to enter the most
persons In the walkathon.
Refreshments were on sale
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
audfitortum.


A)ill IS 'SCHI~L

FOR INII' HORTII

THE MONTH of April has
been designated by the
Regional Commander, Major
Henry Russell as "Salvation
Army School for the Blind"
month at which time an annual
letter appeal for funds is made
to the friends and supporters
of this part of the Army's
programme.
"A cordial invitation is
extended to the general public
to visit the Institution for the
Blind on Mackey Street during
the hours of 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on Monday or Tuesday," a
release from the Army said.


Church Women (CCW y, paiu an
official visit to the Bahamas
last week to hold discussions
with various religious leaders
This visit was in connection
with the activities of the
various ecumenical agencies of
Co ferenc oo durch arbban
The visiting church officials
addressed a specially convened
meeting of the Bahamas
Christian Council, where they
outlined the many programmes
and possibilities for closer
ecumenical church action in
the Bahamian community.

exanvi'", tate CDoEC h d
already sponsored several
consultations and seminars
throughout the Caribbean on a
number of wide-ranging
problems, including tourism,
development, the role of
women eand tae b velopmuer


o0r
for
an
:ht
, a
an


Donald's Furniture and Appliance Centre will be
closed on Monday April 9th for Stocktaking We
rggret any inconvenience this may cause our
customers.


---t ST. PAULJ'S

BAPTIST CHURCH
BAILLOU HILL ROAD
on SUNDAY, APRIL 8th at 7:00 p.m.
* DYNAMIC TE~STIMONIES -- Youths from all over
* GOSPEL MUSIC --The Visionaires
* GOSPEL MESSAGE: -- Mr. Robert "Bobby"


Evangelical Interdenominational International community. They also
,n B. Blackford, Minister P.O. Bx N8313 Phone: (Hall)3-408)2 participated in a radio
discussion on radio Z.N.S.


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SReservatsons not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
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SNow thru Tuesday Sunday thry Tuesday
SMatinee Starts at 1:45 Sunday continuous from 4: 50
Evening 8:30 Monday continuous from 3:00


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I NOW THRU TUESDAY

ISunday continuous from 5 p.m.- 'Phone 3-4666
SMonday Matinee ediatinuous from 2: 30, Evening 8: 30 em


"THE DOBERMAIN GANG "IPG.
I I
I Starring
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II -PLUS-


"THE TWILIGHT PEOPLE PG.

Starringl

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THE IDEA/ is far f'rom
funny. It's just that Redd Foxx
happens to be orne of the
principal inlrredients of the
i ca.

Een ld tcacs geItote hhe
decied c, ring back some
glitter tot Cable Beach, and
they felt t;L hat the bSt (if the
naughtiest) way to, begin the
whole affair is to catch the
star, of "Sanford and Son" for
one of the hottest one-night
stands in recent Bahamnian
entertainment history.
And so, for one night only
tomorrow Redd Foxx will


THEATRE

Starts Saturday night 8:30
and plays through Tuesday,
'The Doberman Gang" plus

Sunhdays sh wi ht con iuu
from 5:00.Monday & Tuesday
matinee continuous from 2: 30,
evening 8:30. Sugg~ested for
mature audiences. parental
discretion is advised.
Starts Wedne sd a y
"SHAFT" plus "SHAFT'S BIG
SCORE" matinee continuous
from 1:30 evening 8:30. No
one under 17 will be admitted.,
Richard Knuntltree, a private
and inde pendentilt t detective lives

hetiesl Yo~rk mob a~ndi win4.
Roundtr~ee w~ho shares the
starring ro~le with Moses G~unn,
Charles `cinffL. (wenn Mitchell,
and C'hnstopherc St. John, is

rces snsG. ( tn d and r 1 r
his daughterr whol has been
kidna ecd IeM. Ita ritinpts

in which hie almost gets himnsell
killed, 'Shaft" rescues the
young womran whom he
returns to, he~r father

Richard Romd tlrce, whose
portrayal of a though Harlem
private eyec namelCd "Shaft"
catdptultl hin Itlum nuen nuio 0
Score."
Man) oft the samee men
respo~nsible for the first
"Shaft" usnv\ie fromi M.G~.M.,
are tenowd~t upl for "Shaft's Big
Sco~re.
T~he mlcvice c~o-stars Moses
G;unn. 1)rew Bundlini Brown,
Kathic Imnerl. Juliuls W. Harris
and Rosalingr Mliles. In this
adventures, Shlf't tangles with
the law ;Ind organizedd crime
while trac~king down a
miurderer,
* * * *
An cu it Ing fa mily
entertainmlenlt moicvie, "The
Dobermian (;ang," has- sorry
folks Fsx stars instead of one,
and they: are all dogs.
~i reirc~ted by5 Byron
Chudnow the movie
eventually leads up to a remote
control hun k heist of
$100,000). The dogs, six
dobermlans. and o~ne bull-dog
were tralinedl by Karl Miller
who has already wonl a Patsy
Award f'romn the Amecrican
Humane Association.
A climax to the movie,
however, follows the robbery
of the bank by the dlogs who
refuse to give their masters the
stolen money and take off to
a the hills after leaving themi
bloody and utterly baffled.
s********
A group of test-tube terro~rs
make up the "T~wilight Pe~ople"
who inhabit a remote islandl~ inl
the South Pac~ific contro~lledl hi
a former S.S. exe~cutioner~ ;Ind
his daughter.
It is the ambhition of] the
doctor to transform manIndIII~
SUN


Starts Saturday night 8:36,
and plays through Tuesday,
"The Brotherhood of Satan,"
pud "Ac r 8 dmatine on
continuous from 1:45, evening
8. 30. Plus late feature Tuesdar
night.
Wednesday through Friday-
"Borsalino," plus "Somethin
Big" matinees continuous front
3:00, evening 8:30. Plus latQ
feature day night.


appear in the Bahamian Hall in
Iris "Redd Foxx Show".
featuring his oltdh sid -ic
Talya Ferrt>, with Hlenry
"Sweets" Edison as musical
co~nduc~tor.
T~he Bahamian orchestra in
attendance will be the Jimm)
Sweeting group. There will be
two shows at 9:30 and
I1:30 p.mi.. and admission will
be by- tickets onlyv which are
already available at the
Emerald Beach Hotel on Cable


Beach. The idea does ntot
stop with Redd Foxx
to ever This ais lbu th

interesting programmern which
will see many of the big-nane
show business stars
back-to-back at the Bahamian
Hall in week long shows
T~he Bahamnian 11311 is
gradually taking on ar regular
cabaret outlook, antd except
for an occasional convention or
other outside affair for w~hich
it may he boo~ked, the facilities
will be used primiarily totr the

shoFlowing fast upon the
red-hot heels o~f Reld F~oxx
will be a show called "C`ool
Breeze", featuring the daughter
of the late Nat King Cole.
Natalie C:ole. who hears a

;gke na th,nbwil e fiihn
up a show In I.reeport where
crowdsp haep no pkng nu>
Inn to hear her sing.
Miss Cole opens in the
Bahamian Hall of the Emerirald
Beach on Tuesdlay. April 10.
Se closes out there on April

Management said that
following the "Couol Breeze"
shop, snh uldturrang melcntss go
featured on a regular basis
include Lynn Rodgers, the
Cornelius Brothers and Sister
Rose, Brook Bento~n, Carmn c
McRae, O. C:. (Little G;reen
Apples) Smith, and Billy
Eckstine. A special
independence week programmre
is also being planned.
William A. L. Stowe~ll,
Emerald Beach's general
manager, said that the hotel Is
determined to ulpgrade tle
entertainment possibilities in
the Cable Beach area.
Many Bahamian dignitaries
are being invited to attend Red
Foxx's opening on Sunday,
and part of the proceeds from
the evening's performances will
be donated toward the
country's independence
decorations.
Redd Foxx and Slappy
White have been show business
"partners" since back in 1951
when they toured the eastern
black club circuit from
Baltimore to Boston. After this
they, headed west to pick up
some California gold.


usttlt raic i< superrnen to Or<


arie to con gne hipma to


which utilizes live specimens.
John Ashley. who also has as
col-stars Pat Woodell, Jan
Merlin. C`harles Macaulay and
I'mn (;ner. plays the role of a
skin-lverr who is plucked from
the sea, chloroformed and
strait rac~keted by the strange
doctor who is eventually killed
by onei of his own creations.


NOW SHOWING th uh
Thur dav "Pet 'N Tiluie"
S tinees at f, e.venang 8. 0
Suggest for mature
au fences. parental discretion
iS aduiseda tart a Fri ayS
p.m. evening 8:30. Suggested
f Iatr audii" es, parental

"Shurmus" starring Burt
Reynolds~ and direc~ted by Buzz
Kulikis 1a. detective drama of a
shabbi! Brooklynl private-eye
;nd ,Ils~co tatuc zi,


Ry an, Joe Santos, Ron W-eyand
an~d Aliex W'lson.
As a detective, Reynolds, a
man who Is so unfortunate that
he has to, sleep on a pool table
for hi bedl receives an offer of
stolen diary mdrecoveransooli
ecenf rnner foot-ball player
Reynolds finds himself up
against a miob of killers while
at the pouker table, in the pool
hall and w~ith a beautiful
wnan w th whoml he c~arries i


ENG AGED
MRS. SYBIL CAREY, of
Montfort Street, Nassau, has
anod te the engdaaementt LA FONRS3EinV1C
Graham Wilkinson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dudiey H. Wilkinson FERTILIZE -- FUNGICIDE
of Epsom, England. Miss PEST CONTROL
Carey's father was the late Mr. TRPCL215
Cimmy Carey. No wedding RPC 215
date has been set.


RED FOXX
... here tomorrow P.


Rises: 5:57 a.mn. Sets: A 28


Funny man ReddFoxx for~h~ot WULFF ROAD


Olle-Inght stand


SHIRE lil &. T 5HEA5 15.








_ _


A QUANTITY O)F MISCELLANEOUS GOODS WILaBB
sOLD AT : PIUC AUCTION, GOVRMB~
WArREHOUSE, ARAWAK CAY MONDAY APRIL 9th
1973, AT IO:00 A.M.,



Beigrave AU Ci on 8 rs





ORLANE
"""

MAREL LAURE MATTEI



APRIL 9th APRit 14th.
with the purchase of '20
a FREE gift will be given and a FlREE
$81npl with every purchase.


Telecommunications Training Supervisor
The applicant should possess a University Degree
in Engineering or Science or other similar
qualifications.
The applicant will be required to provide basic
instruction courses for the Corporation's technical
staff and to develop suitable training programmes.
He must be qualified to teach Telephony and
Telegraphy up to fourth year in the Oity and
Guilds of London Institute's Telecommunications
Technician's Certificate Course.
The salary paid will be within the Corporation's
established Salary Scale for Executive Engineer:
$10,920-513,820 per annum plus 5% Housing
Allowance, the entry point is dependent upon
qualifications and experience.
A comprehensive fringe benefit and pension plan
is established within The Corporation for all
eligible employees.
Applications in writing stating qualifications and
experience should be addressed to the Acting
Assistant General Manager, Petsonnel and
Industrial Relations, Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation, P. O. Box N3048, Nassau, Bahamas
to reach him not later than April 13, 1973.


Revesr.gi~t: is understood that
over the psat- several weeks,
indivivual schools have been
busy. se~rlecting their
representative 'for Saturday
night'sjaulting,
Outltining the history of t.
Miss P H~u igh School
c o m pd'j i and the
InternttbA Festival in May,
Mr. Wkol ~~roft said that the
festival itself began in 197t*
and at that time took the form

the various ethnic groups
resident in the Bahamas were
invited. to put on displays
exhibiting certain aspects of
trhadion particular cultural
In 1972 the beauty contest
came into being, and Mr.
Wolstencroft said that the
enthusiastic response from
schools and the general public
made ~it a valuable addition to
:3. Wltnrf a idthi:
greater emphasis on things
Bahamian, in the spirit of
coming Independence for the
Kiwni :: u,o "he id loke
forward to an abundance of
local talent on stage for the
Festival May 7, at the I.e
Cabaret Theatre, Paradise
Island


FUNERAL SERVICE
FUNERAL services for Mrs.
Marie Roberts, 74, who died at
theuPrincene ,ara llHosplad
at The Bible Truth Hall, West
Court, Centerville at 4 p.m.
tomorrow. Mr. Burge Neely will
officiate and interment will
follow in St. Matthew's
Cemetery .
Mrs. Roberts is survived by
her husband, Garland, one son
Mr. Donald Roberts, one
daughter, Mrs. Peter Lowe, s
great-grandchildren .
PLEASE NOTE


the office space in the Kipling

Ruing wl o aiabe


Co*pi int o' *a Ae*ia
beginning at 12:00 Noon.L
Cecil Dorsett's Steel Bned plays all af- o
'"""'on

*) Pan Am

Bdor Beach Hotel~

kwiter you tko lmtng pida oa


INK- SME


Cool Breeze featuring
Natalie 0019

Lynn Rogers

Cornelius Bros & Sister Rose

Brook Benton


THE Bahamas Red Cross has
rece ved the following
Red Cross Group Sandy
Point Abaco $30, Red Cross
Group Governor's Harbour
$37, St. Vincent de-Paul
Scof Grand Ba ama, 30
Li ttmited $400.


ARRIVED TODA Y:
Sunward, StEme ad ues,
Miami; Tropic Flyer from West
Palm Beach; Freeport from
FIreeport
SAILED TODAY: Freeport
for Freeport; Tropic Flyer for
West Palm Beach.
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Song of Norway, Nordic Prince
from San Juan.
TIDES
High 10:33 a.m. and I1:05
P.m. Low 4:27 a.m. and 4:30
p.m..


Saturday, AprH 7, 1973


THE: SFMI finln31 o the Miss
Nassau IIlg Schoo~l Heauty
contest wtll be held at the
G;arfunkel Aiuditoriuml, at 8
o clock tonlght. T~he event was
preceded by a float paradet of
about 30 hearuties through the
streets of Natssau this morning
The ann~u ncement was
miade by Mike Wolstenerft,
president of the (able Beach


TICI-c :TS a 1o .A.19"I e15
available at

The Amerald Beach Hotel
PARTl PROCEEDS F;OR INDEPINDINCE DECORATIONS


: '*


am n and p~rcc~ded to Mackey
Street. then to Bay T~he parade
Icontlnuedl down Bay Street, up
c'umberlalnd Hill and on to
blueI hIlI Road, east on Wulff
Road~l nrtcrh on Mac~key and
back~ to the G~arfunkel
Audirtorman l
I Ive liudges have been
\selected~ for tonight s contest.
It I\ also, hoped that the


Klwants C'lub. who said that
the event leads up to the
annual Internatio~nal FeLstlval m
May, organized and sponsored
by the~ Cable Heic~h Klwanis
Branch
Thelc presatle~nt said that soime
30 ,ontestants fromri 10 Nassau
high sch ols are ex~pec~ted to
tak,. >art In tonight s activities,
and tha .ineic finalists will be


emelrge the1 51\ha ~.\asa Fllgh
School heaut!ci quee when, at
the l~ C`abaret theatrre May 7
will bicomen .I palt1 o~f the
broader (p ile o the
t he ftloat paradel sta~rtedf at
the (;artunkel auditorium i
Madena3 Strreet. 1'und;ale at


reigning Miss Nasauu High
School, Jackie Scott of
Aquinas College, will attend.
Schools entering the beauty
competition are Aquinas,
College.St Augustine'sQueen's
College, Government High
School. R. M. Bailey Senior
High. C. C. Sweeting, A. F.
Adderley High School, Prince
William's, St. Annes and C. H.


* e







** *


O

*


Telephone 21015


Bay & George Sts


" San ford & Son "


Baa mlan Ha







NOnl



Sunday 8915 April


Patti .10

O.C. Smith

Billy Eckstine


F=t I+ C~)T~T ~t


Ha***


.


J~IH8ST MEETING ORZCI-EELSTR.A.


SUPER SUNDA~Y SESSION
WITH BALMORAL AND PAN AM
12-3:00pa.m
Enjoy all you can eat from a
Delicious Bahlamian Buffet Lunch
unr e60 ge pern .**s O ha tuition
Chlde "ne "2 hal Orca


-


Wh0 Grtbtutt


Miss Nassau High School Beauty Contest tonight


a ************* e


The




Com


BI


00 '


***


***********


Ir.


9*30 pmadl 1130 pm


The REDD FOXX SHOWY
with -

Special Guest star SLAPPY WHITE

TALYA FERRO


Henry


ISweets" Edison


,Musical Conductor


ALDULTS ONLY


t******* 7* n











Bturday, April 7, 1973


/ IY YCUAAIIY I I I~IA U11UHI I


I II ILIIIIIII I I YLIY I1I Lli I


RELIL ESTITE I I p~u Fsnt~ I I Fap~ Fnp ~aiF I


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

29278
OWNER LEAVING
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
completely furnished, recently
painted Johnson Terrace
2rce 2af,000. Telephone


C9395

f


1


C9411
BEAUTY SALON AND
BE Hihl qulfe hies er

experience. Capable of doing
all types of hair.
2 highly qualified barbers.
Capable of doing all types of
hair.
1 Manicurist
Apply in person to
MAR-DEE'S BEAUTY
SALON, Boyle Building, Bay


C9419
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED Oakes
Field at Thompson Boulevard
P. O. Box N-1576 Nassau,

CH R ERED ACCOUNTANT
Chartered Accountant or
equivalent required to perform
internal audits, liaison with
outside auditors/Control
Department, and conduct
inhouse training programme.
Applicants should have

urpder enceain m "aas dn

and have management ability
or potential. Contact the
General Manager at 2-4241/9.


TRADlE~ SERVICES
C9315



Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714




&EV PACKIN TUKN
STEHNCAL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECAL QUROTATIONS

REAEOTANBT RR

COTACT LYAN PINDE


OR JACK CASH
PHIONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C8105
TRY US FOR SAFE SURE
CLEANING! ABCO'S NEw
.SUPER STEAM' CARPETS,
UPHOLSTERY -TEL:
51071-2-3-4.

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

C9299

PATIO AWN WINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS*
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.
C9317
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes. apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.


IIELP WANTED
C7304
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER:
Requiired to work at the
BORCO Refinery Expansion

suevise utheb El cetrict



Insala Jon s in
O onsruahaians ofRnered aplin
weritn o: SNAMa PROGETT a t

Freeport, randrs Basthama. '


IST Mste collegpae Jo gradae
wipoth .Sdeeeoeqvlnt

Fn biolog, botany, zooloy or


ornitholo gy 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 maintenance when
necessary. Starting Salary:
$7200 per year.
Rand Memorial Nature Centre,
P. O. Box F2954, Freeport.
Grand Bahama. Telephone
352-5438.


PC MAKER 44fatoLuxu~rio

C9412
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CHRIS-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.
sikan dbsto bEkxetras ielund ,
and main, fire extinguishers,
pulpit, all anchors, fines, avon
dingy and more. A very
comfortable twin keel stoop at
$2750.00

21 foot Barcone Consol

as gbads nhas Bhimini t,
$3600.00

23 foot Cabin Cruiser of fibre
glass, single Mercruiser 160 h.p.


s ilr. 83 .00

AT THE DIVE SHOP
Complete stock of new Dacor
is here. See the ultimate in

0cnubic qo t auminum T w .
They are here now. Also in
stock again, Prescription Masks
with lenses at only $20.00. AII
at Nassau's most complete Dive
Sh op.


Oelphone 2468


C9B YSHORE MARINA
P. O. BOX 5453
NASSAU.
Phones 28232/3

USED BOATS

ilboVVOOD tSLOO Aaun
seagull. Excellent condition.
$6,000.00

27 CHRIS CR AFT
Commander $9,000.00

25' BERTRAM flybridge
cruiser (1969) Twin 160 h.p.
engines Mercruisers radio
$14,000.00

24' FJORD with ship to shore
fathom ete r; su niog;
Accommodations in this boat
difficult to find in a 31'.
$13,500 00
20' BERTRAMM Sportsman
(1969) with 160 Mercruisers d
just spent $1,400 recon
engines a nd ou tdnrve.
$4,750.00

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

16'3" GLASTRON (1970)
wth 10e ,Fp. er ury engine

C9420
10 ft. fibreglass Orlando
Clipper runabout. $120. Phone
4-1240 after 7 p.m.


ANIOUNCMEMETS

C9304
THE BAHAMAS GOsPrl
MISSION INC., of Montrose
Avenue, Shirtey Heights,
Nassau Np. P. ish to announce
CheH O 'PE I*G oN heSDRY




commpence Ari 3rd 1973

frm9a.m. to 5 p.m. (n
Tuldesdays & Thersdas atd th
aMrs Nottg co phone
register thionr infathus and
children aeurgred to d so
iommediaey asri thre wil no

doubt betaloge waiting list A


deposit of $10 will be
requested when you register-
For fees and other
information, contact the Pastor


of the Mission at the office of
for appointment call Mrs.
Nottage c/o phone 24537.


TOPACE YOUR ADS.

CALL 2-1986


C9310
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month.Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.

C9305
LARGE SHOP for rent, 3000
square feet, 6th Terrace,
Centreville. Can be used as
store and warehouse. Has side
entrance. Call 2-1731 or
3-1583.


bdom t~w~o bath raend oe
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished -- Victoria Court



laundry, parking T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

O F08 E OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C9391
450 square feet office space


aircn ionee, p Sti ied 90
3 offices. Tel. 22836.

C9382
BASICALLY FURNISHED
house 3 bedrooms 21h
bathrooms. East $375
monthly. Phone 42228, 42198
evenings, weekends.
C9388
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
house Sapphire Ridge Road'
Sans Souci 3 bedroom (2
airconditioned) 2 baths, study,
maid's room, wall to wall
carpet throughout, all
cedar-fined closets. Available
for long lease May 15th. Phone
David Hudson 3-6262-3.

C9365
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.

C9390
ON MARKET STREET South'
suitable for Tailor Shop, Sign
Painting, Musician's Workshop.
For information, 3-4999
evenings.
C9399
At RCONDITIONED Effi-
clency apartment Shirley
Park Avenue. $175 per month.
Telephone 58134.
C9198
APARTMENTS on Blue Hill
Road south, one block south
of Soldier Road. Washing
machine. Drier and master T.V.
antenna on premises.
Telephone 23287.
C9259
SPACIOUS SPACE suitable for
office or school with ample
paarei Ch apetery Reasonaa d
Jerome Avenue in Pyfrom's
Addition. Phone 2-4536.

C9415
(ATTiRhAdTV arm2 be~drs m
District. Phone 2-1149.




Crne fut R oa Aen e

telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.

ON 4THREE bedroom 1 bath
house in Cool-Winds Fox Hill.
Phone 42299 anytime

C9316

MOVING ?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2-4511.


fIATA
APPRHOVED:I CIAKGO ^.0! I


Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34646-7-8

C9413
lo9 dBUICnK S~PCaiAt, d l
reupholstered. See at Malcolm
Tyre Service, Bay Street or call
2-2745.

C9422 M.G. Magnette -
automatic. $700. Available
April 18th. Telephone 31571.

C9418
1969 BUICK SKYLARK 2
door hard top, green, black


may 2,0 milesn wB 2 50
Call Mr. Page 24276*


FOR SALE
C9327
HOM E STEREO turntable
speakers, tuner amp.
Telefunken tape recorder Reg.
8 Movie Projector. Call 22836.
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.

C9371
KODAK CAROUSEL 850H
Slide projector with case. As
new, only $255.00 Phone Peter
Robinson at 2-1064. daytime

C9406
A WIDE RANGE of Metal and
Mineral Detectors available to
you at factory prices plus
freight and duty. For
information call 23921.

C9408
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
1 berf re 20th Alpril, 1973

3 er oR Suite tne French
Provincial)
Furniture in very good
condition.
Telephone 4-1243 after 6 p.m.

C9417
1 i OUrSEHOLD EFFECTS
1 dining room suite
2 bedroom suites
Sto ve, Fridge and
miscellaneous items
Telephone 5-2272.


BUSINESS

C921 8



corner lots
Calasry terms
Cal Frl<6Carey
FRAaNK CAREY

Bay REDeve~auST rEets
CALL TODAY

C9301

TRAVEL LINGC 9

F ic efficient Worr dl
Destinations by Airline or
Stea msh ips, Contact
MUlNDYTOURS at 24512.


IATA

APPROVED PASSENGER AGENTs


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$87,500.$9100 deposit.

MRLE2 3 70'B EN2 8 A
ESTATE

C9373
UNUSUAL HOUSE on
waterfront Eastern Road, 40ft.
lounge with fireplace and
minstrels gallery, dining room'

ter ce patrol move leoin th
sea, 3 bedrooms including
master suite, two bathrooms,
cathedral ceiling throughout*
teastefully furnished, 2 car
gar ge0 ad two caobnana4 Pr c~e



GIL CY REA TD ESTATE
attractive lots in popular
subdivision. Prices commencing
at $3500.00. For information
call 23921.


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

C9364
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
90 feet on Bernard Road
running 210 feet on orivate
road reservation. 17,900 sq. ft.
Cash Price $17,500.00.
4HLPBR20WN31RE3A aTt


C9401
: FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom.
two-bath residence in
quiet cul-de-sac off Village
Road. Three bedrooms,
two baths, i~ving-dining,
I util patio,arlaun ry
Fully airconditioned.
$67,000 furnished.
2. Outstanding residence
Montagu Heights, hilltop.
Three bedrooms, three
baths, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen,
Laundry, two-car garage*
air-conditioned. Large lot
beautifully landscaped
with bearing fruit trees.
Delightful swimming pool
area with barbeque, bar
etc., all conveniences,
changing room etc.
$150,000 furnished.
3. 1 V2-storey residence
Montagu hilltop area. Five
bedrooms four
bathrooms, living room,
dining room, family room,
porch, patio, kitchen,
fundy c rort, etc.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. O. Box N8164
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042

C44 FOR SALE
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's
quarters, spacious sitting,
lavishly furnished, one block
from beach rights, grounds 80
x 140, fruited, landscaped and
outside PAT IO. Was
65,0.00600w~nero rni e
- This deal can surprise you.
HIGHLAND PARK AREA -
Unfurnished house with three
bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious

uf rnis $rawitia Air Cno
rergrtrastoveedhueters,






Adelaide Rod. 1 maniale west
Opousie, and h pm of New
Providenc DeveLomn CAIA o.

Opporunit for5 develomnt g


others contac uth H.G iste o
Rea Estate Habu ice


309 Bay Street'
P. O. Box N8164, Nassau
Telephone: 2-1041, 2,1042
C9416
LOT ORIGINAL Sans Souci
hillside 110 x 150. $7,500
Cash. Call: McPHERSON &
BROWN REAL ESTATE
2-2680-2-26863


In loving memory of my dear
wife Dorothy Hilton who
departed this life 8th April
1970.
Siebepstmy love, Jesus loves you
Left to mourn: Husband
George Hilton, relatives and
friends.

WORK WANTED


C DV WITH over 20 years
experience would like to be
employed as maid. Telephone
5-4420.


POSITION WANTED
C8500

Fd Y O need a seun gri t

P. O. Box N13207, Nassau.


IIELP WANTED

EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
required by foreign owned
Bahamian subsidiary company
operating in Nassau. Successful
applicant will be paid attractive

rorkinga cndi in. Apoplicnta'
should have a minimum of four
years practical experience and
should apply in first instance
to Peat, Marwick, Mitchell &
Co., telephone 2-8551.


TELEVISION AND RADIO
TECH IIAN rxecrsie c


tnsistors and other Solid
State devices. Must possess
own hand tools, good salary
and hours. References
essential.
Bahamas Music Corporation
portP. O. Box F-769,

C9394
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
wanted. Island leading
publishing house looking for
best secretaries in Bahamas.
Publishing is challenging and
exciting. Please apply only if
you are seasoned person*
ETIENNE DUPUCH JR.
PUBLICATIONS Telephone
3-5666, 3-5667, 3-5668.

C9397
MULTI-LINGUAL MANAGER
(English, German, French)
required for Real Estate
Development Company to
manage company properties
dealing with tourism and
investment activities and daily
operations. Applicants please
apply in writing stating
experience and salary
requirements to Love Beach
Clubs Ltd., P. O. Box 6202'
Nassau.
C9396
MANAGING DIRECTOR
required for Real Estate
Development Company to
plan, implement and oversee
company policies and financing
in connection with company
projects being developed for
tourism and investment.

success in manaenx;ennc direcatn
pes tion esseinti it nppli ns
experience and salary
requirements to Love Beach
Clubs Ltd., P. O. Box CJ202,


C305
CMBN TIT8: Rep imn nTO:





plnt mchanical equipment.
Muast heavean welding eprec
INTIESRESTED APPLICAT ES

CNaT ACT :h inPein rson net
Department Bahaal Cemen


Company, P. O. Box F-100'
F report.


C9400
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
with previous experience in the
real estate business. Salary


commensurate with training.
Must know typing and have
own transportation. Apply
DOSROTHY L. ATWOOD LTD.
in person. Located corner of
Elizabeth Avenue and Shirley
Street Telephones :
2-8763-4-5-6.


conform to Company

u3[j'Cdsanndp elreccde;t

facilities are adequate to serve
customers; keep accurate
rec ords, make sketches,
prepare work orders, read
drawings and prints, operate
underground cable detector,
give contractors location if
compa ny's underground
ees ercfaciliities,ominvetttigate

MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
(HARBOUR) Must be a
qualified and certified Engineer
experienced in the servicing
and repair of diesel and
gasoline engines for land
vehicles and boats. Must also

elecarieal tequip ntan Rqure i
to maintain fleet of Hyster
forklift trucks, transport
vehicles and boats. Also
required to take complete
charge of the Harbour Garage,
including the care and
maintenance of the inventory

rof s 5ee par s, fuel, oil, etc.


COXSWAIN (HARBOUR) -
Must be experienced
boat-handler, capable of

haendlig38 foot Plto tsafsi

pilots boarding or
disembarking from ships. Must
have experience with
maintenance of diesel engines

sid-w iht ab e tao splc we
ad maIlarp His dutie
al mi caurboes care an
maintenance of Pilot boats,
paint and survey floats, use of
mooring boat. Must have

kp oc d s an or pu iad

shph satd g othe reg nations for

ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANTS -2 -(LEGAL)
(1) One must be fully capable
of reviewing legal documents
for accuracy and completeness,
such as purchase and sales
o veme a c lease agreements,
Responsible for validity and
completeness of affidavits
needed and for recording of
transactions at Government
offices. Must deal with
individuals and corporations
who are leasing or purchasing.
(2) Must qualify to be
custodian of legal and
corporate records of an
extensive number of
companies. Must maintain
registers of members and
directors of all companies,
share certificates, corporate
seals, etc.. Must record and
establish filing systems for all
documents and correspondence
and have full and accurate
knowledge of them to supply
executives with information.
Records minutes of all
meetings, which requires above
average shorthand skill.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Builadina., Freeport, Grand

C7296
TELEVISION AND RADIO
TECHNICIAN experienced
in all types of electronics. Must
be completely familiar with
transistors and other Solid
State devices. Must possess
own hand to s, goo e ear a

essential.
Bahamas Music Corporation
Ltd., P. O. Box F-769,
Freeport.


IEARE D


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C9423
FOR SALE
Be your own LANDLORD, on
profitable BAY STREET, Size
57V/2 on Bay and on Harbour
Side, by 240 depth. Store 40 x
60, Offices, Apartments, Upper
Floors, Warehousing. Two
outside buildings used as ART
GALLERIES, loads or parking.
even warehousing. Finance

Da blNOS NT SM N

MORTGAGEE. Dial 22033
evenings 41197.




3neEfficiency apartment, also
o f rihed room suitable
fonetw reserved ladies or men.
Pone 514.


C9398
ISLAND D MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1972 VENTURA,
A/C Bucket Seats
Gold $4950
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Automatic $850


u37 POTAePARISIEN E
4 Dr. Sedan
Blue/White $1850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto
Radio. Orange $3500
1967 HILLMAN
Std. Green $450
1969 FORD TORINO

Y96 CHBRYSLER IMPE 1200
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI,
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD TH UNDE RBI RD,
Blue A/C $2800
1971 FORD MAVERICK,
Auto. Red $1950


C9393
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND
ADV ERTI SING SALES~
STAFF wanted by leading
publishing house.
ETIENNE EUPUCH JR.
PUBLICATIONS Telephone
35666, 3-5667 or 3-5668.


BUSINESS

C70PPORTONIITIES
FOR SALE PROFITABLE
ESTABLISHED CHARTER
SAILING YACHT BUSINESS
IN FREEPORT, INCLUDING
YACHT, CORPORATION
AND LICENCES, $25,000
CASH. COASTAL CRAFT
LTD., BOX F477,
FREEPORT.

REAIL ESTATE
C9362
UNFURNISHED HOME FOR
SALE 131 DAMPIER 3
bedrooms 2 baths with carport.
room air conditioners,
dsh washer Ma d g~arba0F

minimum down payment
$5,000.
Contact: SYNTEX Phone
352-8171.

FOR RENT

C72FOR LONG-TERM

EX ECUT IVE ho me 4
bedroom, 3Vz2 bath.
Unfurnished, $550 per month
- furnished, $700 per month,
2-94 F port M373-2032 or


HELP MTlED
C7314
LA KH E RT/BILLING
(1) The safekeeping of and
accounting for Petty Cash.
Shortages, if any, have to be
made good from her own
pocket.
P2) The preparation of weekly

Cash mDe ositsiaenknowedgyCash

tehvarious charges co neca d
so as to compute these and
collect the charges from cash
customers.
(4) Preparation of the monthly
billings for Storage and
Rentals to Firms and
cit iiduals with credit
(5) The computation of
charges and the monthly
billings for goods in Cold
Storage.
(6) A knowledge of the various
types of equipment in use at
the Harbour and the related
charges so as to compute and
invoice the charges for 'Hire of
Equipment'.
(7) A knowledge of the various
rates and premiums, for casual
(hourly paid) personnel so that
their wages can be computed
and paid by her in cash.
In addition, the applicant
should have a Radio/Telephone
Operator's Licence, issued by
the Government of the
Bahamas and be a good typist.

LAWYER (Legal) Must have

cm ereja lea es an han ig
development registration (in
the United States and
elsewhere abroad). Must know
legal collection procedures and
be able to prepare documents
relating all phases of areas
inyol ved Substa tatla
ano prgeof U.Sd Federal and
Sa lw require .
RADIO /TELEPHONE
OPERATOR (HARBOUR) -
Must be able to communicate
with ships, sending and
receiving messages. Knowledge
soldM rns rCode ind abilt too
messages distinct asset. Night
work required on rotating shift
basis

STAERVEDORE/FOuREMMAN


isnr n soa punv ndunt a i



Hatchway meudng fandl rane
Oxesieeperators. inw


(HARBOUR) Must clen nd
weed outdoyork area and andor
Hancludinge wasrom Cand
tolertos.Hndeshpliein


WIC HMANGA NGEAE
(HARBOUR)- FMqui cla n


sbt nti experience a
Winchman/Crane operator and
proven ability to operate
rn hineryusefficiently ader

rigging. Prior experience as
seaman or stevedore involved.
TECHNICIAN (FREEPORT
POWER) Applicant must
verify that service installations


4 Dr9 VtoA Green
1971 Rambler,
Auto. Blue
1969 PONTIAC GTO,
A/C Vinyl Green
1968 FORD ESCORT,
Blue
1965 DODGE,
nlue


$695

$2100

$1600

$695

$300


C7308

SHF LRK C Ous hav




Acontling and/ore Shpng


Company an advantage. Must
be of a mature outlook,
capable of working with
minimum supervision.
Responsible for computing
Crude Oil Import and Refined
Product Export cargos.
Reconciling ship and shore
figures. Preparing and
distributing numerous shipping
documents. Completing
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.R.


ome by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeporlon;Q~t fom O.m o. to5~.Mn oFri.-- Sat.9as.m.to 1p.m.


C9377
WE LL ES TA BLISHED
FURNITURE BUSINESS for
sale. Owner wishes to retire.
Replies to: Adv. C9377, c/o
The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau


MrAIE SUPPLIES


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CLASSIFIED I











Saturday April 7, 1973



T~he Tribnee Comlesa Age


C7309
PROMOTIONAL SALES
REPRESENTATIVE ABLE
TO COOR DONATE AND
SUNVOWLTEOURGEGROUOF.
PROMOTIONAL FILM
TEC HN IQU E IN THE
BAHAMAS AND FIVE (5)
YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
DEALING WITH TOURIST
EULC COMMISSION ON
APPLY FOR INTERVIEW IN
WRITING ONLY TO P. O.
BOX F-850, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND,
BAHAMAS.
C7311
LABOURER/SEPTIC TANK
RIVER /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.

C7295
COLOUR TV TECHNICIAN -
minimum of five years
experience including circuit
modification and sweep
alignment. Must be able to help
and train others. Must possess
own tools, good salary and
hours.
Write for interview: Bahama
Music Corporation, P. O. Box
F-6, Freeport.


__


GRAND

)I CLASS!

HELP WANTED

C7310
THREE ALUMINUM
MECHANICS: Must be able to
install special made aluminum
guard rails for staircases and
inside building.
OENREETAREY Must be able tE
do shorthand and type at least
75 words per minute, also to
speak French fluently.
FOUR ELE VATOR
TECHNICIANS: Must be
experienced in installing glass
Interested persons apply to:
THE GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB,
WEST END, GR AND
BAHAMA. Elon Martin, Jr .
Personnel Director.

C7305
JOB TI TLE: Repairman
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
High School or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPE RI ENCE: 3-5
years repair and welding
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI TIES:
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
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport.


DEAR ABBY: My name isAlbert and I am a compul~
sive overeater. Three years ago I weighed 305 pounds. I
was in debt to the tune of $8,000, my marriage was on the
rockrs, and I was about to lose my job. Overeating was the
cause of all my problems, but I didn't knorw it then.
I had tried reducing clubs three times, diet doctors,
quack doctors, shots, pills, and even hypnosis. One diet
doctor put me on pills and shots and I lost 100 pounds in
seven months. In less than six months I had put it all back
on again. [It cost me $1,500.]
Then someone told me about Overeaters Anonymous
and I went to a meeting. There were signs all over the
place saying, "WE CARE.'
Abby, I have never met a more loving, caring bunch of
people in my life. I couldn't believe it. The only requirement
to join "O.A." is a desire to stop eating compulsively.
There are nto dues, and nobody is weighed in, or humiliated.
You don't even have to atterxl meetings if you don't went
to. I can only tell you that after that first meeting I felt that
God had sent me there.
Today, I weigh 180 pounds, am debt free, have money
in the bank, and my marriage is more secure than ever.
I've even returned to my church where I was ashamed to
go for years because I felt so unworthy.
Overeaters Anonymous is strictly that. No last names
are used, but I will sign mine and you may check me out.
That organization has done so much for me I want to let
others know about it so they can be born again. Because
that's what happened to me. ALBERT IN LOS ANGELES
DEAR ALBERT: Not only did I check you out, I peraon-
ally spoke with several members of "O. A." and every word
you wrote is true. Anyone laterested la learning more about
this wonderful organisation [there are chapters all over the
U. S.] may write to: Overeaters Anonymous, P.O. Box
2613, Hollywood, Calif., 90028.





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REX M)R GA N, M.D. By DAL CURT IS

IF SHe WEnrEN' TNI E~ww wVErr SEEM TO W'ORKC MEANWWHfE DO M rU MIND IF WE
INTELRESTED IN1 OU~T THE H4 ~E HOPE FOR INI PULL SP ALONS THE
me3 port~ RArmov WfM, way L out Tulb LI FE/ ,RICE I H A oPE D MI6N(WAY HERE TINE 1
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KENNY BRIJ RO DO ET MAPR~ E P;
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J UDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS
1 THOUGHT YOU D HOW COULD I FORGET IT ? ~ YOU SHOULD HAVE NEVER
SAM, CAN YOU PULL Off REMEMBER THE I THE LAST nMEl I WAS HERE, dY LET ME LEAVE THIS TOWN,
THE ROAD HERE JUST AREA, BETSY! iT WAS A BEAUT FUL SAM i I DIDN T KNOW IT
AROUND THE BEND ? IT'S MOONLIT NI HT( THEN ... BUT I WAS
MY FAVORITE VIEW NH LOVE W TH YOU!
OF THE RIVER'


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"'I never knew the boss could be so nice when no one
irritates him--until afterr you got fired."

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I1 CAME TO MARRIED'7 ---THAT$S
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Saturday, April 7, '1973.


--- CARROLL RIGHTER'S


Qlft~2 ?HOlW B X)PE
fromn the Crroll Righter lastitute
2Y GENERAL Tendencies: Until midafternoon
This is a day to discuss the future in a positive
and forthright fashion. Join with any groups or gatherings
that sae able to aid you in attaining the desires that us
uppermost in your consciousness.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You asre ble to aly
yourself with the individuals and interests that can brinS
about the kind of life you really want. Accept social
invitations in the afternoon and evening. Be poised.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Every opportunity is
yours now to improve your public image. Express your
talents so that a higher-up will be impressed. Gain the
Goodwill of assocites and mutual benefits will follow.
GEMIN! (May 21 to June 21) Engage in new laterests
that will help you to expnres your true character and bring
out your finest abilities. Correspond with persons you have
not seen in a long time.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are now
able to takte care of the duties that are difficult to perform
during the busy work week. Your loved one is very amiable
now. This can be very, happy evening.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Follow through with the ideas
of associates and make big headway. Ask an important
friend for the backing you need. Take the treatments that
will improve your health. Maintain harmony.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You can tackle a job now
that was difficult to do in the past. Shop for the new items
of clothing that will make you look more charming. Arrive
on time for an important appointment.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have fine ideas and
can get rhead and gain your finest aims. Try a new approach
where an old problem is concerned and you solve it
properly. Engage in social activity tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can now come to a
far better understanding with those who live with you if you
bend your efforts. A new activity will give you more
security. Avoid anything too strenuous. Be alert.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Your mind is busy
thinking about how to have better rapport with those you
like. Don't take that know-it-all attitude, but let there be a
nice exchange of views. Be courteous.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Find a better system
to increase the value of your property. Study business
journals that will have valuable data and ideas to incnrese
your income. Attend the social this evening.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have an
opportunity now to do what you wish. Some thoughtful
gifts for associates can prove fine for having more rapport in
the future. Do some entertaining tonight.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You can come to a better
understanding with others if you show the good, fun-loving
side of your nature. Your loved one can be most pleasing at
this time. Avoid people who gossip.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . .he or she will be
one of those delightful young people with an inquisitive
mind. You, as parents, will be answering questions all the
time during childhood. Make it a point to have intenreting
puzzles around for best results. Give as fine an academic
educathaU ars you can, since there is great promise here.
Sports are very good for the health here.
"YThe Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your lfe s largely up to YOU!


I hrave come prepared.
This wand has powers beyond
pbeli f," ays hthe S~er. ,
rod. What would you have
me perform ? With a sly grin
the Wizard moves towards a
barred cage. As Rupert goes
S poericeen long cid estoe


behind the bars is a large,
gleaming ornament mounted on
a pedaotal. That gold vase ir*
croalkm the Wtu streams* r
wand can remove it from a
cage, then you wllI hae
proved your greatness. Many
othe morm of magic h~ave tried


ALL RIGHTS PRESERVED


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drarknd, for thenrews no ay
of avoidlag te los of two
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ac t dummy yet again to lad
ao~ e chance to shin.
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he should haeo ke the 92,
awa~y from the mok04 dn to
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other. As the cdrd are, East
splits his aornour. South wrins,
cshes the SA, the US% and Mrsd
ai club. Then eagn the gA, the
gK and another club ruRl. Thra
cdrd~sremain South~ has the
S10 8 8 and Wes O Q 9 7, but
th CA allows declarerto loto
Agnany and lead through set.


(9628~)
White to move: how does he
vb ? This endffame study by
A. Seleaniev is not quite 80
simple as It looks; novice solvers
should watch for a stalemate
trap.
Par times: 10 seconds, end-
name master: 30 seconds. end-
Rame elopert: 1 minute, county fl)
player; 3 minutes. club strength; :
6i minutes, average; 15 minutes,
novice. C)
SOttrTlON NO. 9628 L

Chess Solution
1 P x P Kt x : 2 P xP.
Kt--KtZ: 3 P--B8=RI tnot
3 P--B8= schich draws by
statemarte), Kt .P; 4 R--85,
Kt--Kt2;S 5 EBSmate,


"Bring me---you should parden the expression--the
b)jsroginguae* luagga,


1. Lapel
5. Further
9. Jumbled type
11. Maxim
12. Favored
14. Sweet flag
genus
16. Batel palm
17. Provided
18. Grimace
20. Roman bronze
21. Frequent
23. Drags
25. Concerning
26. Rounders
.28. Jerkin
31. Gaelic


33. Watercourse
35. Boxing term
36. "The Bear"*
38. School subject
40. Period
42. Dog salmon
44. indian madder
45. Morning
reception
47. Inefficient
50. Junction
52. Holly
53. Hypothetical
force
54. Biblical name
55. Ancient
Persian


USE

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CLASSIFIED


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Cleoptra's
Charter
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,Lohengrin
heroine
. Seaweed
. Old Judean
town
. Ipcacr source
. Scottish

. Poiient
. Large amount

. Hank of wool
. Tabulate
. Patron saint of
sailors

abo boats
i. Summer:

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. Refpsal


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Par time 22 min.


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Saturday April 7. 1973


SCONTROVERSIAL IECISIOg



8Sily B07 Wils 8






OS deiso 0v AG CI VI SI0f
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS LIGHT HEAVYWElIGHT CHAMP Baby Boy
Rolle, fighting out of his class and giving eleven pounds, scored an
unexpected upset over American heavywe~ight Johnny "Hud"
Hudgins last night winning a unianimous retn round decision
before a packed Nassau Stadium.
in the isnal analysis, referee in the. bottom of the fourth.
Roy Armbnster scored it Rolle Hlowever, "those overhand
four rounds. Iludgins three and rights were exciting to the
three drawnt; Judge Hlarry crowd but they were not
SIIII nu(th rcord the smnee as the affecting flud's trainer/man-
reteree, bult ludge James arger Pat C`urry after the fight.
Swee ing dove RKelle nine taim manager Pat Curry after

Sweeting s decision was met Realizing that his opponent
with boo~s and hi~sss as it was was gaining on points. Hludgiis
evident that the bout was changed his technique and
miuil c~loser. slipped in a crisp left and right
in what could have been to the chin before Baby
calledf a nulni-U .S./Bahamas retaliated to rock Ilud's jaw
bo~xing tounrnamnent the with aright
Bahamias emecrgedl victors 4-0 as TIhrough the seventh round,
miiddleweight champ Rennie Baby seemed to be catching on
Pinder, heavyweight contender to those jabs and evading thmn.
Bob Freeze and lightweight Ilud, however, used his weight
contender Sugar Ray Sears all advantage and in the clinch he
c ime through convincingly bore down on the Bahamian
against t their Amnencan champ.
opponents, VACEl IIOTS UP
The result of only three Stepping up the pace in the
weeks of training was a superb eighth round flud caught Baby
fight. commented trainer off guard and grazed him with
E'dward Taylor. "Hle (Baby) a right. This he followed with a
did everything 1 told him. volley of lefts and rights
"This fight meant a lot to scoring easily to Rolle's head
us," said TIaylor. "It showed This continued in the ninth
the public what we could do. as both men came out slugging
Now we are proving who is the with Hlud trying his best to

abnestu ng B ste li Bson he scored the fight 6-4 in remembered his first round
favour of Rolle. techniques and again moved in
An accurate left jab was on his man forcing the clinch.
Hiudgins' offensive in the first Baby shook Hud's head with
round as he attempted to box a sharp right early in the final
the 184 pound champ at a round but Hudgins replied with
distance. Ignoring Hudgias' a powerful left righ t
warning of close range fghtina combination. Again Hludgins
Rolle concentrated on the tried for the knockout punch
inside and landed twoeiffetive but again his efforts were in
tallies early in the second vain as the final bell rang and
round Ding Cambridge announced the
thBa y, before teeffight, said dec sie nex oeacrig
close range and as a result to trainer Taylor is a trip to
liudgins will not be able to use Miami to seek out some more

hisvne anh ur ch dvahitae RI 's in oderplto i prve
H~u EAVY PaeUNCHES cruiserweight of the British
I1I~VY UNCIES Empire ratings. When asked
Going into the fourth round, whether they are interested in
both fighters exchanged heavy lihigay oeBhman



ci ganion Rolmo h it i n e tur blg tout wiud ntprv nth n
fit thea lor Il ereed utha l Hugis ,ee s on the o therhn,

puinch) thate really hoo ld soed no signs of physical on


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round knockout in the second
bout
An actionless first round saw
G;uevara promptly stepping up
the pace in the second round
o~nly to go back to his slow
bobbhing and weaving following
somen stiff lefts and rights from
Sears.
Sears. a talented boxer. swift
con the feet and with his hands,
\cored easily in the third round
and moved towards the body
In the fourth until he found
the opening to land the right
that sent G;uevara out in 1.45
of the fourth.
Incidentally, Sears looked so
good against Guevara that
Amrne r i c n l ig h t we igh t
cocntender Joe C'artwright has

Whe hea Ser has acottpt d th
challenges is still not decided.
Middleweight champ Rennie
Pindes showing both training
and boxing potential, carved
the final path for Baby Boy
when he sent 150 pound Slick
Mitchell home following three
second round knockdowns.
KRnnie started early mn the
first round of their six rounder
and staggered his opponent
with a powerful right to the
ha. Thus hedeollowei hivth o

the count. Mitchell got in his
share of punches to score but It
zwat loet nloeugh to stop the


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LONDON (AP')-Results of
Saturday's British soccer guimes:
ING;LISHI CUp
Semi Iinnis:
Arsenal I Sunderland 2 (at
Hillsboro~ugh stadium, Sheffield).
Leeds I Wolves. O (at Maine Roard
Manche(LISHI LEAG;UI:
Division I
Birmingham 2 ~iverpool I
Chelsea I Stoke C:ity 3
Everton 2 C'oventry 0
Iprswich I Manchester City I
.Manchester U. I Norwich O
Newcastle I West liam 2
Tottenham I Southaempton 2
West Bromlwich I Leicester 0

Hull City I Aston V. 2
Luton 1 F~ulham 0
Middlesbrougrh I Brighlton I
Oren 3Nott\ lmi e~rst o
Oxford 2 Queen's Palrk o
P'ortsmloutq6 a lko 0

Bolton I Watford I
8 surnenlmduth 2 Oldblani (
Halifax 2 Blackburs ury
Notts Counlty 4 G;rimlsby 0
I'a::" h alr 3 Iun a s
Scunthorpe 0 Bristol Rovers 2
Walsall 3 Chersterfeld 2
Wrexham I Swansea 0


Crrwe "'(, (Ak Untn I
Readngo~c 2 Mansficido 0

Workington 2 Southport 0


D)IVISIO)N I
Abecrdeen 5 Airdrie I
SAve I riz 13 St. Ilnst r
k~irtkrOR Harnin I
I'atikn I.I tr amk I
Alo 4HnIVISIO)N 2
Berwick I I)ulnfcrmline I
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s)KLent o the WtInis total to30
in 276 minutes.
Ke~d.nBoyc playteed his n'atrali
breez, men and helperuhd Llod to
wea howed 5 with an Zs overpitch
okrhit byv ps Hammondfo17.
i 7 godbte 4 minutes drn
whichz hae struc 24 fours and a sx


A VICTORIOUS BABY BOY ROLLE (centre) stands
ae~enk tnr Edwarrd Tayo (left)nand manage an ao
decision over Johnny "Hud" Hudgins. Roll e hnded
Hudgins his first defeat in four Nassau appearances, but the
decision was booed by fans. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


stress only a little frustrated
concerning the result of the
judging. "There ain't nothing
Baby Boy did that surprised
me," commented Hudgins after
the fight. Hlud complained that
the canvas of the ring was in
poor condition. In a good ring
he said he could beat Rolle
easily.
WANTS RETURN
soil rrydsaid that lu glns w
within the next three weeks
but dissatisfied with the
decision, he may cancel that
flght and try for a return bout
wih Rollea "w wouldhlike to
fih ki gai cihn nex
few wee s while the fans are

ih reurn u ut ise si to h
Marty G;oldstein. 8
ont se nsatwonalr heay'8 h
things off in the mini
tournament with a unanimous
decision over James Fountain
of Miami after dropping him to
the canvas in the second round.
After settling down in the
first round Freeze, a little
quick on his feet got the best
of a sluggn match inth

Fu tan diha aigt to ug
jaw that buckled him to the
canvas. Fountain gt u
suik t bl t t eb effc nof a
Freeze completely slowed
down the 174 pound
heavyweight.
Freeze made good use of his
rech and heeeh avantag a d


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AU GUST A, G;EO( GIA
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EPRULRS MLL I

I)FN)N( Uu, 3hilmas Amiateur
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