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Publication Date: April 11, 1973
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Itstered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas., Nassau and Bahama Islands Lead ing News paper
VOL. LXX, No. 119 Wednesday, April 11, 1973 Price: 1 $ Cents

'NOT A SINGLE PENNY EARMARKED FOR ANY PRICE CONTROLS

orrosrnoN AREA' CHARGE FNM IN SENATE 4 ** TO BE ENFORCED




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Al LA( 1 ()RIN JUNNII 81 INI) I manor he announced that
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flCljil0HIS Of idlZGH AW8RIS
By MIKE LOTHIAN n 0 at n
THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT in 1973 and Governments stated intentions on the FOUR PERSONS, representing business. government. civics and the arts. will receive the
a location of new taxes are "tangible evidence of rank discrimination" against Opposition supporters, Opposition Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Citizen Award for their contributions to the ra <
PP community in their respective fields, it was suinounced today.
Senate Leader Orville Turnquest charged this morning. e sury
Sen. Turnquest declared in allocated in the capital expediture in any out island country comes from former dev r Walitac(re ves 111 > ri llion in theestield it prosperous and nodern to
the Senate that no money is development estimates for district represented by the sup ri its s r Bahama. will receive the award the pine barrens at Granti co munOt InR he ( ar bhe an Lantd

( 9 CNNi/nmenatn as d larnisalits Sen Turnquest the leader in f or has on tstanding liah.un.i the most MSOBI of Na sau and nm on pri e
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a them and applying it to those were members of the UBP to OilflSHI IR 8 8 8ASS ,n n., a us n
Of IICliNZ8ti08 Of IHFkS who do support them ac" isa 1 government t of tust dig contnbution to tin Ir
Pa o mA cleyLe ste"ent 'A high percentage of IS 18 SOF10llS if01810 so a-n .,wa -

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rnme (Is ill t corr which were neglected by the W8fHS SBR Artillif FOUlkOS "" "
By NICKI KELLY the "inequity" of out islanti (BP Government Government a University of I lorida Medal for the huMul day. Rawson
means to redress the inequities Leadership n the Field of Squ e 11 trespondence

byTHm T F L E nd h n c de clolpn n)t left ty the 1 re ts ltil ep t.the areas presently todaTHi iT seToHas a len!\UCKrl o Inagua was brought to the attention of the Senate Monday by which came on the second represented by the Opposition and hotel keepers know, and I would have thought that the so entif c research conducted n the Se ret.m Price ( untrol
Opposition FNM member Arthur Foulkes. reading in the Senate of the I notailte orksm< th evi Budget would have provided some innovative steps to pull us out 1 > 1 lit/ hhng, sis.s 017
Citing a number of cases by hypocritically get up in $13.5 million ( apital administration. of this malaise. 1970 he received the United

pm si natorIoulkes aid e at weeptiatwein ofalre 1 e mkeenital I this < errtlijent.cadter expect for usft isdicular;11111ists to(si 1 pnct :1promotional tateaturel)eparts nte II.K. COMMISSIGHER
about the "heartbreaking blowing across the nation, Joining in were Opposition recover a balance in the Arthur Foulkes, now an I \\1 Budget the country needed Appreciation for outstanding
instances" of Turks islanders SenatorFoulkesaccused ern n Sen t who were led by this There was no freedom for Johnson. Milpah lettullien funds?" he asked. critical dunng Monday s debate disposal nf the Minister to help Quarantine Division
government to belic rethat these children, only bitterness, Wilbert Moss, and E J. Rolle Sen. Adderley added that of the 5288.650 cut so the he keep abreast of the \ir. Russell s acting B R. J. LANE
Bacha on e consi as he said. In view of its election Sen. Turnquest said "the there is no way there could be 1973 Budget allocation f or Bahamas competitors appointments included the
"We feel they have a moral victory he could not Opposition is very concerned discrimination against that Ministry. Senator boulkes noted that post of Colonnell Secretary, and BRIflS 11 Irude
rght, having lived here so understand why the as to whether the intention of supporters of one party in a Referring to comments in flain was openingup and there Deputy Colonial Secretary on Corninissioner lohn Burn, who
many years and raised government should display Government for proposed district without discrimination the House by Tourism Minister had been dramatic increases numerous occasions between was in ured while snorkeling
Bahamian children such "vindictiveness." capital works is to deal against the supporters of the element Maynard, the Senator there 1963 and 1964 and Deputy off Brown 5 Point on March
Senator Foulkes said the BAD POLITICS primarily, only with areas for Pp< i ted out that PLP said it seemed Mr. Maynard it was unf ortunate, he or ir n three occasions I 1. will be flown to London

rim s an ba It unchri t r t tati Goveeratunen re5 P supbrt dist wasci < iThe .s, 1 not it h extra taxati, Am a eennie M yrdn 1 0arla tri tw. EleveaR-old
government turned "callously IIe warned that his party Assembly). Sen. Bostwick charged that view of the cut. nstead < < to bcmg used to of civics Mrs. Mackey barred son, Christopher a- 'se a about
and viciously on these people took serious objections to this VICTIMIZING another form of discrimination "The government could have 'lle and uprooted them from their and would have further "Looking at the estimates, in capital works was the fact cut somewhere else unit 1971 by 1)e t Prune her husband Mr. Carrington Point when the youngster
homes." statements to make on the one can readily see that not a that "capital works have been developed our tourism. he inister Arthur I na (now Mackey. The Mackeys never heard something and saw a red
The Senator claimed that in matter. He described it as "a single penny is earmarked for a invariably done by known maintained. Finance Minister) that the had any children of their own speedboat heading straight for
at least one case a politician blight on the name of the place represented by the supporters of the Government. Senator Foulkes cited 13abianas might well have but because of her love for them. The child waved his
gave direct instruction to the country as it goes into Opposition. That amounts to In many instances, like the amon ttes fo c rn tl reached the saturation point in children, Mrs. Mackey 9nn It< w rn tr at << rs I
immigration officer concerning independence. tangible evidence of our Abaco road and the Mangrove th rnothered 27, many of them ,
a young man who had lived in Senator Wilbert Moss (PLP) constantly repeated accusation (ay airstrip, it was carried out pricakng itself out of the tourist totSrlslitt< 1oulkes maintained now ftdly grown and holding run wer Mrr 8tirsu f << head
the Bahamas for 20 years, was offered the name of several that Government is victimizing not so much for the benefit of SPREAD that the Bahamas in fact hall responsible positions in the ds holder in and
married to a Bahamian wife Turks islanders living in those areas which do not the people in those areas as for "Tourism has shown that years and years" ahead of it community. ^ lie was it itted
and had nine Bahamian-born Nassau, including Mrs. Nola support the Government, the direct, personal and the benefits can be spread at before the saturation point was lier civic work includes the to the Princess Margaret
children. Musgrove, who had left of their Che Opposition Leader financial benefit of those every level of the community. reached Stapledon School for Retardect 11 tal
He said this man was so own free will, pointed out that in the entire persons in the districts known This has been the envy of the "I know this Minister has a Children, Yellowhirds, Ranluly alia result at complications
frightened that he immediately "When independence comfs estimates only two projects for to support the Government." Caribbean and other parts of knack for getting his own way. Ilomes, Red Cross Meals arising from the injury an
took the plane to Miami. there will be certain people FNM-re1rtsonted area aash Sen. Dr. Johnson told Sen. the world and it is in danger and because of this the -on-Wheels, the Queen Mary s operation was perimmed on
Action was taken against him who do not wish to meet the strip g Ing or Turnquest that "if you disrobe today," the Senator argued. Minister of Tourism will not Sewing Guild and practically M ar ch 0 Earth er
Foulkes declared, because his conditions necessary to stay," Harbour and North Eleuthent your mind of the kind of petty lie advocated that the stand a chance around the all the major raf f les in Nassau complications necessitated a
wife was believed to be an he said. and the construction of a partisanship wh ic h government keep taxes down ( abinet table among them the heart raffle, further a wration the following

FNMBecuapt h had the Sel)ismissi Ik epo n t n nt < A I ne a arpale 9he d trut Cnh de seasieof ket in rti esr satSt IT ir pl oulkd m the Crispap lu <<1 hTi< s out t incidtime his
audacity to support the FNM, that the Turks islanders he was slated to be spent on those you have categorised as bemg threat to tourism. he soul too sm as 200 years. t accurate statistics to tell the lie has not regained
which is her right, her husband referring to were anxious to items during 1973. victimised, they will tell you There were different kinds of tea unt ng, Addgovunni ni extent of Mrs. Mackey's consciousness.
was unceremoniously told to become Bahamians and were 110 drew attention also to they have never had it so good. tourists. The wealthy tourist S ter oulk had fallen contribution to the welfare of At the request of 1)r. D.
leave the country," he charged. not therefore in this category the fact that with only two "We have been trying for a who made the Bahamas was by et Ir ruee ra as man people. I' Duffy, Chief of Staff at the
"That," he continued, "is a This does not exonerate the exceptions the $5.7 million long time to catch up on the and large not coming here any her to e who Ipelieve tius Blake Alphonso Higgs, PMil and a neurosurgeon in
direct betrayal of the government from shame and allocation to capital works for situation the UBP left, "she more. more n I will reduce more better known as "Blind Blake.' charge of the case. Mr Burn is
constitutional agreement and guilt for its action against those Education relate to projects in said. "The millions of dollars Government, if it still had bodies will receive the award for his to be returned to the t'.K
all those who believed they people whom it has uprooted New Providence. The this Government has spent on the confidence, would have to Contrary to what the contribution to the creative The RAF has provided an
could expect a nght deal from from Inagua. I ud lared.FNNI exceptions are two primary education and on creating an develop facilities to cater to Senator had said, no doubt the and performing arts "Blind ambulance plane for the
the government. senator s schools, both in Andros. infrastructure in the out islands different markets. Senator Minister of Tounsm was Blake" hegan playing music on purpose with a nursing and
Senator Foulkes then named colleague Senator Orville "1 would like some would boggle the mind. Foulkes urged. He said that satisfied that the appropriation a cigar box with strings. His medical team With the consent
some of those affected. Hubert Turnquest, Odpposititohn Leader' undertak ing from "Talk about victimisation is Europeans were just not going for his Ministry was sufficient. cousin then gave him a ukelate of the Ministry nI Health Dr.
Williams, he said, had a sal t seeme as I ere was a Government." Sen. Turnquest bein
g a bit dishonest
"
she said. and taught him the chords and I)utty will accompany Mr.


,
Bahamian wife and ten
mass eviction underway
y said, "that some little part at Sen Tertullien said she took a ."
PriHCI Cha
dGS 10 ^"' 'o place his fingers. He Burn on the rehan Hight. Mrs.
children. He was required to go between the time the least of that $5 million will be exception to the fact that "the 10 RABIEs or has been blind all his life lie is Burn will An travel with her
"all because of vindictive constitutional agreement was spent on the much-needed Honourable Leader of the recognized as the father of husband.
pettiness and spite." arrived at and July 10 development of schools in the Opposition has chided this goombay in the Bahamas, The plane is expected to
In none of these cases could (independence day). out islands, including those Government for seeking the UNiinWINU having begun hs contribution leave Nassau Indus
the government say that there Senator Turnquest said it areas represented by the interestsofthehave-nots. DR. CYRIL Holmes of the 01 billplHiltRCI tooombayn 933
wereanycriminalsinvolvedhe appeared that thismassscale Opposition." "I would like to ask him Bahamas Humane Society BlRKING11AM Palace "BlandBlake'madehisfirst

rh der n7taoginSmRhaghadr nin2 epat a 1)o wasOt p or it '0 icic re slilla herw a hhe g s r v usiosa to 1 eBa s 8<<):1 t ie 11< r de it on e gs M CA Y IS SOLD
to 18 years.all Bahamians. The INCREASE development and for moneys indication from his comments The statement was Day celebrations in luly () Jones, Conch Ain t Got No
family. as a result of his lie noted the increase from Government expects to raise that they are not. incorrectly attributed to Dr A Bahamas Infor nation Bone. Noise in The Market, Illill Stirrup Cay, a
departure, now had no father $48,000 in 1972 to the present from new taxes are both $13.5 "He knows very well that Holmes in a Tribune story Services release said today that Spirit Drinking Rum. I lost 140 acre Berry island near
or breadwinner, yet the figure for this year. million, the general fiscal policy of the published last night on the the Prince, heir to the British My Heart to An Island great Harbour Cay. has been
Minister o Finance can Government Leader Paul And pointing to the Government has been clearly potential threat of rabies from throne, will arrive in Nassau on Girl, Way Down in the purchased by Neil P Rude,
Adderley pointed out that it $256,000 allocation to stated and is in the interests of wild dogs in Nassau. the evening of July 6 and leave Caribbean. Run (ome See anti consultant to the National
ith. road fatality was the Opposition which, at Housing, the Opposition the majority of the people." Dr. Holmes said this on the morning of July i t. niany others. His songs grew Aeronauties & Space
ROY Hutchinson, dNassau thed Constitu ional Confer ade declaredbthatc<>"wht roades riNlms intaddoutdthat morning cathatMthe ies e averant intin< t kill wn what it i (1 al experienh I (and president
Villa be, WhO WaS injure in an residence as the period grips with is the terrible waste and a school in Crooked Island having been reported here and arranged f or Prince Charles. to him Ru; e. Mrtner publisher of
acci nt a patid requisiteforcititenship. and destruction in regard to were among Government in fact the disease has never Presently on patrol duty Ilewasamusicalconsultant Oceanalogy. Industrial
yesterday, was pronounce the unfinished houses in projects carried out "by he f M 1 to Sam Brace Sr., Joe 1 out Research. and other scientific
dead on arrival at the Princess He said the matter of the Yellow Elder Gardens." persons not known as struck the islands. with t Margaret Hospital after be ng Turks Islanders had already The housing allocation is for supporters of the waTnheed tha e is ra ig r Brji in sm endle tl mont Cambridge. Freddie Munnings books on science and holds the
taken there by ambulance. Is been brought to the attention the completion of roads and Government." of an outbreak however when the Minerva put in at and George Symonette last 1 S. patent for a device to
death ishthe nintahhroad fatality of government and would be the beginning of work on a Sen. Morris said Andros' because of the increasire I report on March ll for a You will see him at Nassau be used exclusively on the
or (Hutchi amas Ulles taken into consideration in sewerage system. both in where two schools are number of stray dogs and the soutine eight day stop. International Airport every day moon. 11< plans to develop
year. n44was Ilided determining who would Yellow I Ider phase two. supposed to be built this year, importation of animals from Prince Charles is serving where he has played for I ittle Starrup as an
after his car, 6 co become a citizen of the Sen. Furnquest went on to "was for many years neglected countries where rabies as aboard as a sub lieutenant millions of arriving tourists. oceanographic facility and
with a truck, 75578, driven by Bahamas. point out that Government has when it came to roads, schools endemic during the ship s six months Members of t he scientific research station
Mr. Carleton Bain, Bahama Senator Adderley said he stated its intention to raise and a proper water supply. The Tribune apologises f or patrol of the Embbean. Distinguished Cituen Awards according to a release issued
Avenue on Lincoln and Balfour was not in a position to most of the new taxes from the Work has been done, but any embarrassment the error He will leale the Minerva, Committee are Oscar Phillips- today by his firm.
Avenue. comment on specific instances. merchant class. "who they Andros is still not up to the may have caused Dr Holmes. however, hemic st stops at Mrs. Franceha Bosfield. Mrs
although he was aware that a helieve to be supporters of the standard of areas represented THROUGH a transposition Bermuda on Apni 15. Barbara Lighthourn, Vince
great many Turks Islanders fell Opposition. hy the Opposition." of words the definition of 4 Royal Navy spokesman Kelly, Livan Mortimer.
SPANISH in mis category -me,, mention is to draw Sen. Rolle asked Sen. "absolute drought" was said the Prince s presence Stephen Strachan. Charles
II< felt. however. "that money from those who do not Turnquest: "If you have a incorrectly stated in last night a would put a strain on Bermuda lehman n Anthe ny
ACCESSORIES """nawly fair plus jushee and suppon dwin and apply 8 to piece of bread are you going to story on the shortage of rain security forces. T hompson. Miss Rence
good sense" would prevail. those who do support them. give it to your children or some The Meteorological Office The island s untish governor McLaughlin and Harold
The Senator earlier pointed That is rank discrimination, other children? We are going to definition of "absolute Sir Richard Sharples and his Iongley.
out that government had to rank victiminsation.' give the bread to our children drought" is given as "a period aide. Captain Hugh Sayers. The dinner to recognize the
pay the cost of reputriating Replying. Sen. Adderley first." of 15 consecutive days, none were murdered in the grounds four citizens will be held in the
NASSAU FREEPORT illegal immigrants and there referred to the fact that a large The development estimates of which is credited with 0.01 of Government House on Polaris liall of the lioliday*Inn
ana was no way to collecting this. part of the FNM support in the were approved by the Senate. of an inch or more of rain." March 10. on April 28.











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BEIRUT (AP)--Palestinian
:::::a.da wit
surprise commando raid into the
heart of this capital by commandos
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The Palestine Liberation
organization (rto) charged en,
the U.s. dC ral aellateHigenu
A ncyah k, and i carr a
revolution was continue to pursue
the enemy everywhere inside and
outs e oc s d territ r M m
American embassy spokesman
indicated that guerrilla reprisal
sMbdi a could pen}ted
Arab Radio stations denounced dw
Israell raid and said the United
Stateswasimplicated.
at Airead e RSsecuritba measures
tightened after some 150
Palestinian students attem ted t
march on the seaside building
Troops in armoured cars and
personnel carries turned them back
Other troops stood guard at km
points a tivied errant 1 es 1)
war. Large funerals were planned
for the three slain Palestinian
lealdn T in Utahe chief of
warned that israeli may have tr
the Lebanese capital again unless
authorities curb the activities at
""',e Palles nian organizations.ie
draw the conclusion from this
operation that it is impossible to
honour the sovereignty of Lebanon
and its capital when there is
complete freedom for the terrorists,
their bases and commands in
Lebanese territory.' said Lt. Gen
David Elater.
President suiciman Franisch
summoned the Lebanese
government into emergency session
to decide what steps to take. No
statement was issued after a
two-hour morning session and
another meeting was set for
Tuesday night.
in the past, Lebanon has
protested against israeli raids to the
U.N. Security Council and
tightened control of Palestinians.
The Israeli attuck, the second in
Lebanon since a raid on refuge
camps in the north Ech. 20,
occurred half a day after a
,,ar niian strike against the Israeli
But police investigators
discounted speculation thus
Tuesday's action was a reprism after
learning that an advance party
arrived in the country several days
ago with false passports and rented
the cars


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antiques, left 14 policemen and
scores of demonstrators injured
and marred an otherwise
peaceful protest campaign by
some 2,500 leftwing
demonstrators.
Heinemann referred to the
past-four days of West German
demonstrations against the
Saigon leader's visit during the
meeting with Thieu, telling his
guest the protests should be
taken seriously.
'COOL'
in Tuesday's meeting, which
a spokesman said took place in
a "businesslike, cool"
atmo sp he re, Heine-
mann asked Thieu to permit
"neutral observers' to
investigate conditions under
which the Saigon government
keeps its political prisoners.
"If we are to help you, you
must help us too', Heinemann
told his guest
.
Allegations of barbaricc
tortures" of the prisoners were
one of the main charges hurled
at Thieu in the broadly-based
West German demonstrations,
whose main organizers allege
that Heinemann's willingness
to see Thieu roved that Bonn
o 9
supports only the Saigon
puppet clique."
Informed sources said Thicu
thanked Heinemann for
humanitarian aid to Vietnam
during the Indo-China conflict,
but denied the existence of any
political prisoners in South
Vietnam. He said the Saigon
government is holding only
criminals and Communists
prISOner, e SOurces Sai .
Thieu and his party, which
included his wife, foreign
minister Tran van Lam and
senior foreign affairs and
military advisers, were
surrounded by almost
unprecedented security
measures during their two-hour
VISit.

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NIXON PROPOSES MINIMUM WAGE OF $2.30 BY 1976
WASHINGTON (AP) The Nixon administration today proposed
annual increases in the minimum wage to raise it from the present $1.6
hour to $2.30 an hour in 1976.
Secretary of Labour Peter J. firennon, wise presented the proposal to
f louse I education and Labour Conunittee said the four year stretch out
designed to minimate the inflationary impact of the increase-
on The3udministr.2s 1976.
Orgunited labour, backed by Congressional Democratic leaders
propossngan immediate increasetai2nnhourandanotherincreasca
inter to $2.20.
CHAIRMAN OF TOBACCO SUBSIDIARY KIDNAPPED
RUENOS AIRES (AP) Thousands of army soldiers blocked high
and streets Tuesday in this city as a British tobacco company exec
began hisathird day an the hands of urban guerrillas.
Spokesmen for the NoblexqTobacco Company, a subsidiary o
f
London-hnsed Isritish American fohacco Company, reported they ha

1 br fa e ofPthe r 5 year-old hairms)bFranc tur
from a day of golf at a neurhy course.
lic was the Intest victim in a series of kidnappings that which incl
the abduction of retired Argentine Admiral I rancisco Aleman and
bassinessmen who worked for United States firms. The U.S. comp
payed 2.5 million-dollars in runsom for the rdense of their two expect
but Aleman has not been freed
HOLLAND CONTINUES WITH CARETAKER GOVERNMENT
tw ( IAinU es rR ANrTto dtI)ueenJumniti idt is
Netherlands and form a new government.
Andries A. M. Van Agt, Minister of Justice in the outgoing cabinet u
Premier IIarend theshouvel, and Senator Wilkan Albeda were calle
Amsterdam's 1)am Square blue by the Queen, a court announce
sal we appointment enme as efforts to solve the stalemate produced by
Nov. 29elections went into their 133rd day.
Iksth Van Agt and Albeds are expected to bring about a coalitio
1)u h Progressive Parties and the traditional confessional hnfessi
The formation of a government is an extremely complicated affair in
Netherlands with 13 parties represented in the 150 sent second chamb
par ePnt.gressive Alliance coinniands 56 seats and the Confessionni
s
which jointly would produce a majority.
Last Thursday veteran Socialist hap A. W. Ilurger gave up his atte
to form a new government after two months of negotiating. Meanwhile
outgoing cabinet carries on us a caretaker government.


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WATERSRECEDEGRADUALLY
TOLEDO. Ohio (AP) The Masor of bledo, Obso estimates flood
damage to the northoustern section of his city alone at over one oil
one-halfmillionddodli tier rNikour ifarra Kewlet sayt he will try to have
Flood waters along the Massauri and upper Mimissippi rivers receded
gradually yesterday. But millsons of acres were still flooded and likely to
remam hat way f ar so tirl .ers along Louisiana's Atchdabya riter
floodway have been on alert to near out if the Morgan spillway is opened
to relieve pressure on the swollen Mawissippi. The spillway would divert
part of the river into the Althatalava s eastern floodway.
UNUSUALLY HEAVY SNOWFALL IN MIDWEST
NI W YORK (AI') Ilitter cold followed .s record April snowstorm is to
issAlid\w tern unsted States Ir damperirrge co i[ri I si artn
there were 30 deaths related to the storm
the heaviest snow was centered in parts of lowa, Wisconsin and
Minnesota where a solid frecte was predicted overnight.
ten > r sty y3s scuse r dt ecoldthstkdroppedmornini
Temperatures were capected to be an the tens and 20s throughout th<,
Midwest overnight. Ircering temperatures were predicted for as far south
as Louisiana and the southern Applathians.
Mailcuvi snow arr a le se ut j'"
closing of more than 25 schools in northern New York
Most of the deaths were blamed on heart attacks possibly brought on by
overevertion in shoveling snow or pushing stalled cars.
DEVELOPING CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES FEAR C.C.M.
GEORGE TOWN GUYANA (AP) Commonwealth Caribbean heads of
government were meeting here in a showdown session tonight that could
decide whether twelve Caribbean countries move forward to a Common
Marketdn t)he tggest four wde t< nar ansonuble demands." from the less
developed first, even if it means partiteputson bs only the big four. Jamaica, Guyana.
lia ados nd Itrini ft ence winth opened Monday, ran headinng into
controversy with the less developed territories headed by Montserrat
insisting they must first get industrses before joining the Common Market.
Varticipation in the Market would mean a low of customs revenue, their
principal source. to run their governments-
One conference source darkly hinted the Montacrrat document was
designed to wreck the conference and have the Caribbean divided in their
bargaining for favourable turns Irons the I uropean Common Market.
FOUND HANGING FROM SEAT BELTS HOURS AFTER CRASH
IIASI L. SWIT/1 RLANI) (AP) More than 100 Britons, most of then,
housewives from Southwest I ngland, died when their plane crashed onto a
hilltop in the aftermath of :I snow storm Tuesday morning.
The 139 passengers and seven crew flew here for a one-day shopping trip
to Lucerne in Central Swittedund arranged by the British invida Chapter
Company, Most of the pawengers were women from Axhridge and
neighbouring lutonicts near Bristol where the aircraft departed. The party
was scheduled to return to I ngland the same day.
Approaching 8asel in worsening weather the pilot overshot and pulled
up his four disappeared hending south. It crushed on a hilitup ten miles away after
hitting a tree with one wing and turning sideways in the air.
Police said the plane's rear broke away as it now-dived into the hill, fell
down a steep slope and wound up on its back. When rescuers arrived at the
site after fighting for hours through the deep snow they found victims and
most survivors hanging head down in their seat belts.


A presidential spokesman
told newsmen Heinemann
made the request in a
45-minute meeting with the
South Vietnamese President
before Thieu left for political
talks in South Korea and
Formosa en route back to
Saigon.
74),, aging in gona
shortly after some 400
baton-swinging policemen
dislodged anti-Thieu protesters
from the West German capital's
picturesque, 18th-century City
Hall.
The half-hour occupation of
the building caused some
170,000 dollars' damage to
valuable furniture and

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wASHINGTON (AP) President
Nix on formally ask ed
Congress Tuesday to give him
broad new powers to raise, reduce
or remove tariff barriers as a lever
in upcoming world trade
ne otiations
ixon ulso asked for expanded
authority to retaliate against unfair
trade practices, including authority
for the government to ban
completely some imports.
in a major message to Congress,
Nixon sought authority to extend
most-favoured-nation (MEN)
treatment without advance
congressional approval. He made it
clear he wanted to grant MEN
status to the Soviet Union.
Contending that the need for
trade reform is urgent, Nixon urged
tpl a)tm c o action
Our world away from trade
confrontation and toward trade
negotiation..."
Trade laws have not been
overhauled for more than a decade,
ite said in petitioning Congress to
-delegate significant new
[ tteTrarauthorities to the
without the broad new powers,
Nixon said, U.S. negotiators "will
he badly hampered" in
negotiations beginning in
< nttr s, Jrapan 1 athel uropd an
partners.
Although he asked that his
authority be granted for a period of
five years, Nixon said he expected
that major trade agreements can be
unicinded i(9 senuch shorter time,


sieged -"i=.'it=1svue
The West German government
ended a 28 year search for Hitler *

an capital =""" ""=""
skeleton recently unearthed in
Uvrlin was "with certainty" that of
nis Neeld g missin Nrat;i lenda.eclared:
tates began airlifting fuel Tuesday 'Murtin Bormann died on May 2.
main supply routes have been cut 1945, between I and 3 u.m.an the
and forces in lidenstr rtrailrinad bridge,
government forces. accomplice Adolf Hitler."
IIAIG ON TOUR Gaul, whose office had charge of
the announcement of the rehBormrunhimas d du" hj
( .S airlift followed a visit to warrant for his arrest lifted. If
Cambodia by President Nixon':, anyone is arrested on suspicion that
spec ial emissary, Gen. he is Unrmann, and told a news
Alexander M. flaig Jr., whois arr enoce tentwill be dealing
on a four-nation tour to assess One prominent Nazi hunter
the general political, military expressed himself "torally
and economic situation in satisfied" with the ruling and
Indochina. an therthsedfndingwas 99 per cent
ilaig flew to Saigon Tuesday The latest of many reports that
but will return Wednesday to isormann had escaped from
Phnom Penh before flying back besieged Berlin at the end of the
to the United States. He has is Fawratten "u h expj
sale no public statement. November. He gave a detailed
Communist troops to the account of Bormann's life in
south of Phnom Penh are remote sections of Argentina and
within 12 miles of the city and a assat sem therend Israel
IIlay latintil an offensive Friday were skepticulof the account. They
to mark the Cambodian New lined up more solidly behind the
You Idrarbk u ion 0 S. Illilitary observers, FOTALLY SATISHEI)'
however, believe rebel forces in Tel Aviv, Tuvia Friedman, an
lack the strength for a full-scale expert on fugitive Nazis, said he
awault on the capital. was "totally satisfied" with the
finding. "Hor me, the case was
Prince Norodom Sihanouk* closed when they found his skull
who heads a Cambodian and it matched earlier records on
government in exile in Peking, liarmann," Friedman said in an
said Monday he has enough interview. "aormann is dead."
Simon Wiesenthat another
arms and ammunition froni prominent hunter of war criminds,
Corismunist China and North attended the news conference or
Vietnam to go on fighting until wh ich Gauf made his
1975. announcement and said he was 99
Sihanouk who is at least the per cent satisfied that the skeleton
was Burmann's. He expressed one
nominal leader of the rebellion per cent doubt, saying, "there are
against President Lon Nol's still hairs in the soup."
regime in Phnom Penh was ife noted that glass fragments
b found in the skeleton's teeth were
overthrown in a loodless coup not from the same type of poison
in 1970. Rebel forces control used by Hermann Goering in his
about 75 per cent of suicide at Nuernberg. wiesenthal
Cambodian territory. also expressed doubt about
He claimed his troops also .eint Cngsketientures frornfrotra
had captured large quantities memory.
of American weapons, Thousands of reports of
Including tanks and 105 guns "rmann sightings have been filed
from every corner of the globe
from fleeing government units since 1945, but all proved false
The onetime neutralist and West German embassies and
prince said his army mustered missions abroad now will be
120,000 men and its field directred to ignore any further
commanders recognized him as Nazi war criminal hunter simon
Cambodia's only legal head of Wiesenthat who attended the press
state. He said his forces were conference, told newsmen that he
strong and fighting alone and was 99 per cent satisfied that the
independently. skele euneard". 13 tr I I'st*
EXAGGERATION he expressed one per cent of
continuing doubt.
Western military attaches ill **There are still hairs in the
Phnom Penh believe soup," Wiesenthal declared at the
Sihanouk's figure of 120,000 is end of the news conference.
g eatinU fedC d inve t at< < th a n rebel fighting men at about their conclusion on
40,000. In addition,* they The comparison of the
claim, there are large numbers skull's teeth with an old sketch
of North Vietnamese and Viet from Burmann's dentist,
Skull and hone measurements
Cong troops in the country. The discovery of mended bone
Sihanouk appealed to fra ur s in an n and c ar bone
foreign doverrunen it at facet>itet stars liof8t>rmann's
strikes against Cambodia and Discovery of glass splinters
withdraw recognition from the stemming from a capsule such as
Lon Nol government. once used by leading Natis to
In South Vietnam, the commit suicide by cyanide
peacekeeping international posso jad skeleton found buried
Commission of Control and on an old fairground was
Supervision has temporarily indentified as that of I)r. Ludwig
grounded all helicopter flights. iuntr othe last physician in
A spokesman said all four normann and stumpregger were
member nations Canada, in a group of seven top Natis who
Hu ngary, agrIndones e mand brtekenotte i te uehrer's hun5kea
day after Adolf Hitler committed
following the crash of a suicide.
Comillission helicopter in After running into a Russian
northern Quang Tri Province. patrol and fleeing, liarmann and
All nine people aboard were stumpregger found themselves in a
'hopeless situation", Richter said.
killed, including four officers "I assume that it was suicide."
of the Commission. Richter said.
A Canadian investigator UK PARLIAMENT SAYS
claimed the helicopter had 'NO MORE HANGING'
been shot down by a 1.ON DON (AP)- British
heat-seeking missile. He a latorsa b7ddn re-intr
rejected a Viet Cong claim that capital punishment.
the crash was an accident. The death penalty for murder
A second helicopter was wassabolisldedinin ath ee a
forced to land near the crash non-party lines in the House of
site after taking sustained Commons members decided by
ground fire. Its passengers and 32o-178--a majority of 142--that
crew were uninjured but the there was no good case to bring
Canadians claimed the aircraft at n ice" man's name or any
was In desperate The hid to restore the death
circumstances." penalty was made h> Conservative
An investigation team set off Member of Parliament Edward
Taylor.
Tuesday f or the crash site His bill would bring back
Canadian foreign secretary execution for murders involving
Mitchell Sharp warned in guns or explosives and for the
Ottawa that Canada would killing of police or prison officers,
it did not specify hanging as the
withdraw w from the method.


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By Den
SAIGON (AP)--The United S
into Cambodia's capital, whose
or harassed by Communist comm
Inc airlett was announced
by the (1 '4 embassy in Phnom
Penh and the Pentagon in
Washington A [|30 liercules
transport as ie in with the first
load of fuel in a huge plastic
bladder and unbuded at at
Phnom Penh 5 airporL
the Pentagon disclosed that
since July, an average of 10
cargo planes daily had been
carrying supplies, mostly
military. In the Cambodlan
capital
I'*ntagon spokesman Jerry
W Friedheirn declined to give
the Inuximum number of
flights in any one day for the
new Orbit but said, this is not
a major airlill
In Phnom Penh an embitwy
spokesman said that without
fuel resupply the city wmild
have to shut down electricity
generators and Water ptillips
Five tankers arrived in
Phnom Penh Sunday and
Monday after passage up the
Communist threatened Mekong
River They added two weeks
supply to the city's reserves,
but the government was
pessimistic of any more ships
making the 60-mile run from
the South Vietnamese border
All major roads to Phn<>In
Penh have been severed for
more than three weeks by
Khmer Rou e insur ents and
their North Vietnamese and
Viet Cong all es despite massive
U S. air support for
,
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the ifonfWAL1), SWITZI RLANI)
was (AP) Swiss authorities halted the
search Wednesday for vi (n mis*Jng after to crusibortu r ir i
IOOpersonsdied.
in Rescue chief Kurt 1,ier, a liasel
year attorney, told a news conference
continuing snowwfulls had covered
r insisted wrieck ofu ellanguard
ways impossible.
utive lie said nine of the 138 not
139 as originally reported
the passengers and six crew were still
d no missing and believed buried deep in

icl okTtirem the pl ,
A t2ni of .19, including two
uded hostesses on the Invictu Charter Co
two flight, survived in the tail section,
anies Swiss and English doctors
ives' working through the night
identified 64 hodies. The 96
NT recovered bodies were taken to a

ui victirimno su i
were named. I ifteen survivors are
nder in Basel Hospital, like of them not
d to yet identified. Others only slightly
ment injured left the hospital today. Six

the > ti u as re to be
flown to I ngland tonight. Those
n of unwilling to fly planned to return
onal by nin o(raul I lobilight recorder
the was found damaged in the rear part
er of of the plane and was flown to
48, r ti -an a uract t < dd a yilistrun so
could not be opened in
mpts Swiverland.
the Authorities here withheld
publication of the radio
conversation of the pilot with the
Basel airport control tower
Licr said it may take
investigators as long as a year to
unravel the mystery surrounding
the crash.
whi s skin >sera justret>iluist14 a
never saw the pine as it made an
anstrument-guided approach in
heavy snowfall.
st> Radijrt 1 risir t of onstrl\"
plane flew over the airport, at
about the same time its blip
disappeared on the rudor screen of
"'e airport or varies. sonmense or
l"Til.r said the pilot did not try at
land but continued south,
apparently heading for a landin?
uttempt at the larger Zurich airport-
kss tthan 60 miles away. Visibility
in Basel was not good. he said.
The Basel airport landing manual
says that planes mining a landine
from the north must turn sharply
to the left and climb to 4,000 for
to avoid hills to the south,
The ill-fated Vanguard continual
south in a straight line crashing into
the I.800-foot Gempen Hill near
linchwaM.


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BONN, GERMANY (AP) President Gustav Heinemann asked
Saigon leader Nguyen Van Thieu Tuesday for better treatment
for political prisoners, in a riot-marred visit that left Bonn s
historic city hall scarred by violent demonstratorS.


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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas OfNo faster
LEON E. H. DUPUCH.Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, D BA, K.C.S.G .1).Latt., LL 1).


EILEEN DUPUCli CARRONM.Sc.,B.A.,LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207. Nassau, Bahamas.
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Wednesday, April 11, 1973


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Bahamas Tourism Director S. N. Chib has since revealed that
the Ministry is now concerned because of the fact that in spite of
the increased figures of travel to the islands ... hotels in the
Bahamas are facing a hard time.
In a letter on the tourist business in the Bahamas, which has
been circulated among the industry, Mr. Chib said that in order to
consider how to make the hotel business more healthy and viable
it is proposed to make an in-depth study of the economics of
hotel operations in the Bahamas.
"It is hoped to appoint a qualified firm or group of consultants
to make such a study," he said.
In short .... what is disturbing the Tourist Ministry is the fact
that hotels in other arcus are doing better than hotels in the
Bahamas.
The Ministry has probably heard that another large hotel is
being built in Barbados and that that island is now claiming to be
the most popular island resort in the area.
No new hotels are being built in the Bahamas. One of the latest
was the Sonesta Beach. It was recently revealed that this hotel has
lost a packet of money during the last year. It has even been
suggested that it may have to close down unless it is given a
casino licence .... which is impossible because of the agreement
under which the Paradise Island casino was established.
French trave at Governor's Harbour, Eleathera, formerly a
popular resort hotel, had been closed down for a long time. It was
severely damaged by fire a short time ago.
Mrs. Helweg- Larsen, who had a thriving tourist operation at
Governor's Harbour, has packed up in disgust and left the colony
.... permanently.
The Ministry has probably heard of the building boom in the
Cayman Islands while the tools of working men in the Bahamus
are rusting in their boxes from lack of use.
The Ministry has probably heard that one of the major hotels
in Nassau may close this summer because the quality of the
summer tourist business has dropped to such a low level that it is
no longer proitabic.
**********
Now the Ministry is planning to employ a firm of experts to
tell them what is wrong with the tourist business in the colony.
I can tell them what is wrong with the tourist business in the
islands. It is all very simple.
What is wrong is that the Government set out to change all the
standards in the colony .... and they have succeeded.
That's all.
**********
How to reverse the trend?
That's a "Sixty Four Thousand Dollar Question .
LJnfortunately the Government doesn't know how to answer the
question. TIns is something that is beyond the level of the r
comprehension.
But I will say this much .... this Government he created an
image for the Bahamas that no experts under heave I can change.
It is their own image. And it is not a pretty one.
While I was in Nassau recently Eddie Bethel. ZNS news
commentator. ended one of his broadcasts on ZNS by saying that
a long time ago a great writer said that when you lose your
reputation you have lost everything.
I didn't think that this reference necessarily applied to his
discussion but it is certainly correct in the context of the tourist
business in the colony today.
***********
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The good received. the giver is forgot
WILLIAM COSGKl VE:
in an epistle to Lord lialifax.


Wednesday, April 11, 1973


PARIS (AP) Puble Picasso was
a child prodsgy whose genius

epna1 is > tT ir geonstasttd ci of

invented new ways to express his
restlessvisions
As a child in Malaga. on te
Mediterra apifm e b d vih
horses wRh alk a (I sideiwant
u roken inet.henewye ar
could start at head or feet or tail.
On request.
an tr < u Mp n r.te her.tan
has often been told that when
Pubto was 14. his father was so
awed before his talent that he gave
his son all his painting material and
m a never agan to set up his
Elis painting, sculpture and
cerumics profoundly int1uenced the
20th century s artistic concepts
through tThjc rs retrospective
exhibition of Picasso s work on the
occasino of his 85th birthday.
unch ubu at a ffa s missis

ui he grdeawag." evinjrej
of our time, and perhaps of all
times.
At any mention of Picasso, the
ninstcommunimagethatcomesto
rT an ed a eclismrte va e
space. This is completely accurate'
putti !1 ca a represekita w
shows many delicate and beautiful
sketches and figurative paintings of
consummatebsMilggygyp
Picasso\ paintings. where the
features were distorted to give the
a en vi of use


around through experimentation to
fit the artist a vision
magnaviar is tdeview utijs t arisair
1935, ricana said "to my case a
picture is a sum of destructions. I
make a picture then I destroy it
.. a picture i not thought out and
e tiedit or while itd bes

ge n la n na< state or mind at whoever is looking
at it. '
pre est"pontse to
understand his paintings. Picusso
said: "I everyone wants to
un an or nei>t a n
does one love the night, nowers,
I Mt /iTeur adandon es tru ut
where art is concerned, people
think they mu t un r and them."
At the age of 14, Pablo
completed in one day the drawings
respaindefor admi sion 0 the senian
school. Most candidate worried
over them for a month. At is, he
ade me (1adr witthhehor ur
With this he was at the summit of
Spanish art education.
vi jn 1900, hen Picasso I
staying a few months. In 1904 he


settled in Paris permanentib.
making rarc invits pain. But
4the et at I tl <

Much ha been \\1 tten about the
povert of has earts Lear on Pass,
when the s le at a painung even
it ep.nt atth meat u
am r. to rt ts nin

e le 5 reintowit at en k
took its 1909 si e ensurge
settled in Paris he had
unitormed masJ to serve has meal
we see t are withht k"*tor
burning with the intenets of


laser, reulung out to grasp clerk
detati tur and see in his minJ what

subbish heap \\ss another lode
treasure for Inrn His homes New
cluttered with mountains of debt
it ntr use value. and flu-t.srts
the ch somebar and a biode

"IJ 1 ak b ask j
ned or niuage at his walpture
he goat aral branded copper wire
't >nt1 1 b3 otf @rijlaced
n unket a head two roasting turks
ver ed as the Icgs of a crane
hether a panting or sculptur


Russo or figurative. it
had ( ane from his head.
9 <,as Inveng in

has a wid of setting for him for a
portant I powd for him all that
sour Mm stein wrote, "eighty
n* nd (In dnd he parded out

tent e .sn its nt j
Grst stone since the lilue


Period .end immedsately up.m has
return from Spain he painted in the
adhvvith< t has seen me n

only reproduction of me which I
approve.forme."
Franchise Gilot, who was
Picass mmistrusil n de e
nu en odel 2Sscene in her book


G. BAHAMA TO







Statistics is to develop a Retail
Price Index for Grand Bahama
d h h
>st e ga t]nat slianndt

ga atat nto osery
week.
Work has already started on
(he Construdian of the Index.
and a committee has been
formed consisting of
representatives of the Freeport
( number of ( ommerce, the
Grand Bahama Port Authority,
the trade unions, the business
community and the
government to plan and discuss
details of the index.
This comnuttee has hal
several meetings in Freeport.
and will continue to assist the
Department of Statistics in all

asp e- r athdsqimpo anti
can be developed for Grand
Bahama. it will be necessary to
conduct a Household
Bad S h
Stati ry Departtit said
This survey will
e determine the types of
commodities and services on
which the average family in
Grand Bahama spends its
income and in what proportion
and
I tr thab the npr per


For example, although a loal
of bread is inexpensive relative
to a pound of Swiss cheese
over a period of one year, an
average family may spend a
greater portion of its total
income on bread than on
cheese. Consequently, bread

mmup rta assuinin te it
budget.
A survey will therefore be
taken in Grand Bahama during
the month of May in which a
representative number of
families will be approached and
requested to keep a record of
the r Idailyoexpend tt eor erto

provide the Department of
Statistics with the necessary
information to construct the
index.
Care fully trained
enumerators will be available
to assist the participants in
ornp rithe thdeest sa

information.

be Allhinlformation pplster ce
confidence


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
NASSAU WAS first developed as a quality resort ... a retreat
for the rich and socially prominent people of the world.
Many of these people built homes in the island. They spent
moneyliberally.
By 1942 a group known as "the Ilog Island crowd" had homes
on Hog Island, since renamed Paradise Island.
That was the year of the riot. After this riot the whole "llog
Island crowd"left .... and never returned. They said they sensed a
change .... an unpleasant change .... in the temper of the people.
Around that time one of the leading real estate agents in the
island told me that when he had enough tourist householders in
the island to yield him an income of one thousand pounds

t a th h seideauki haive ra hed the height of his ambition.
As I have pointed out in this column on more than one
occasion, the salary structure in the Bahamas has changed so
radically since that time that a good labourer in the islands t<>day
now earns a thousand pounds a year.
**********
Then in 1950 Stafford Sands was appointed chairman of the
Develop ment Board
He declared that there were tv> few rich people in the world
.. and because of heavy taxation the number was growing
smaller every year .... to support the Bahamas in the way he
would like. And so be set out to make Nassau a year-round mass
resort. He thought the island would make more money with a
mass product.
Few people thought he was right .... they couldn't believe that
thousands of working people would flock to the island to fill the
hotels during the summer months. Up to this time Nassau had
been only a winter resort with a very short season,
A small group of Bahamians in the top social set in the island
didn't like the idea at all. They preferred their quality friends to a
mass of people bringing more money to the island. Stafford Sands
belonged to this top social group but his sole interest in life was
money .... all other considerations be damned!
***********
All through this article I have kept on referring to "the island"
... that is Nassau .... because, up to that time, tourist activities had
not seriously extended to the Out Islands
**********
Stafford Sands was right. Thousands of people come to Nassau
throughout the year.
I speak of thousands of tourists because at that time no one
not even Stafford Sands had a full measure of the potential of
this business,
The time came when Stafford Sunds set a million tourists a
year as his target .... and he had nearly reached this mark when
his party lost power in the colony.
By this time the tourist business had extended to several of the
Out islands. The Magic City of Freeport had also been firmly
placed on the map.
All the tourist orientated islands were booming and prosperity
reached almost cycry hamlet in the colony. Per capital the
Bahamas was one of the richest countries in the world .... and the
future held promise of still more treasure .... unlimited treasure.
And then, in January 1967, the PLP took control of the
country. This was just over six short years ago.
**********
Stafford Sands had made the islands a happy blend of quality
and mass tourists.
The quality people had developed their own playing grounds
where the unwashed didn't intrude.
All was well.
But all this was quickly changed.
A new group a still lower level of peopic with no money to
spend felt that the place must now be wide open to them. They
were encouraged to feel this way and so they flocked to Nassau.
These are the people who come to Nassau on package tours.
They live in first class hotels during the cheap rate summer
months .... they buy hot dogs and chicken-in-the-bag and have
their meals in their rooms. They buy bottles of cheap rum to
wash down the cheap lunches they take to their rooms and they
often leave their rooms in a mess.
**********
The manager of one of the largest hotels in Nassau commented
to a friend of mine last summer that he was having a new
experience. His house was full .... every room was occupied ....
but it was losing money.
That's how low the Bahamas had fallen in the tourist game. It
had become mass with so little quality in sight that ....
surprisingly enough .... even the Hon. Clement Maynard, Minister
of Tourism, missed the fine line of quality that had brought
prosperity to the colony.
He now says that the colony must get its quality business back.
**********
Readers of this column will recall that shortly before Stafford
Sands lost his place as the architect of tourism in the colony he
attended a tourist convention at which all the major resorts in
this area were represented. I think this meeting was held in
Mexico.
There was only one subject of conversation at this convention.
All the delegates wanted to know from Stafford Sands what his
secret was .... that attracted the right kind of people to the
Bahamas that he had lifted out of a Fishing Village economy to
the leading tourist island resort in the hemisphere.
**********

The present Government thought the only important thing in
tourist promotion was numbers.
They reasoned that if one million tourists brought prosperity
to the islands.... then a million and a quarter tourists would bring
greater prosperity to our people.
Tourism Minister Clement Maynard kept on boasting about
the increasing number of tourists who now come to the islands.
And then suddenly he realized that there was something more
to this business than figures.
Mr. Maynard then announced that his Ministry wouki have to
try to bring more quality tourists to the islands. By quality he


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LOOK FOR LOTS of
unions and potatoes at the
Pot ter's Cay Produce
Exchange. Cucumbers are
making an appearance again,
There are still plenty of
pigeon peas, tomatoes,
cabbage, green peppers. Also
available are broccoli, eddoes,
bananas, goat peppers and
parsley.
stock. Cover and cook slowly
for half an hour or until
tender. Shake the pan to cover
the unions with the glaze.
For glazed onions with
a cream sauce, peel the onions
and brown in a skillet with
bTer r if pine n rd nhd
place a whole clove in each
onion and sprinkle with salt
and pepper. To the skillet add
a quarter cup of cold water and


Residents living in this area, who are
interested in obtaining service should contact
the Corporation's Commercial Office on
Thompson Boulevard, Oakes Field, Telephone
Number 3491 1, at their earliest convenience.
Information regarding Lot Number should
readily be available when applying for service.


"BAHAMAS GAS"
WE WILL BE
CLOSED
FOR THE
Easter Holideg


For 4 days (from 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 19th April
Until 8:00 a.m. Tuesday 24th. April For The
PLEASE ORDER YOUR GAS EARLY

"BAHAMAS GAS "
THOMPSON BOULEVARD, OAKES FIELD
NASSAUPHONE:56401


TELECOMMUNBCATt@M
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The Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation invites all Architects, Building
Contractors and Owners of proposed building
construction in any area of New Providence and
in the Family Islands, to come in to discuss your
telephone plans with our Marketing Division of
the Corporation, (Telephone No. 34911
Extension 228), in advance of starting building.
In so doing you will minimize loss of time and
money.
Your fullest co-operation in this respect
would be appreciated.


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Onions abundant,

so are their uses
THE MOST ABUNDANT CROP at the Potter's Cay Produce
Exchange these days is undoubtedly the onion. Regular
customers snap them up as soon as they come off the boats and
and purchases of three and four bags at a time certainly isn't
unusual.


Onions belong to the lily
family and among their close
relatives is the familiar aloe
plant. Onions are low in
calories 50 in a medium raw
onion) and high in vitamins
(particularly A and C). Their
value as a pepper-upper for
most dishes goes almost
unchallenged but onions often
take a back seat as a straight
vegetable dish.
Here are some recipes where
onions star on their own.
Baked onions are easy and
can be served either hot or
cold. Bake medium unpeeled
onions at 350 degrees for an
hour and a half or until tender.
Peel. Serve hot with melted
butter and salt. or cold with
French dressing.
Try this onion and egg
casserole. Steam peeled sliced
onions in butter and oil
covered until tender. In a
casserole, arrange alternating
layers of onions and sliced hard
cooked eggs. Spread each layer
with a little cheese sauce.
Sprinkle the top with buttered
e. crBm s atand50Parmesan
until the top is lightly browned
and the sauce bubbling.
GLAZED ONIONS
Glazed onions make an


bring to a boil. Reduce,
stirring, until only about two
tablespoons of thick brown
sauce remain in the pan. Pour
this over the onions. Make a
cream sauce using a tablespoon
butter, a tablespoon flour and
one cup of cream. Pour the
sauce over the onions and bake
at 350 for 20 minutes.
BRAISED ONIONS
Sunple braised unions call
for about two pounds small
peeled onions. Cut a cross in
the bottom of each onion so
that itb 11 hold itsbshape. Melt
spoons utter in a
skillet and add the onions, a
cup of chicken stock, two
tablespoons sugar and half a
(caspoon salt. Cook over low
heat until tender. Most of the
liquid will be absorbed. Stir the
onions now and then. Place the
onions in a serving dish and
sprinkle with crumbled bacon.
These boiled onions have a
delicate lemon mint flavour.
feel the onions and cut a cross
m each.d Boil until tender.
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tablespoon lemon juice, some
grated lemon rind and two
tablespoons finely chopped
inint Spoon the butter over
(1 il ico u OPha ch it slowly
STUFFED oNIONs
Try these recipes for stuffed
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Parboil for 10 minutes, drain
and put in cold water for a
minute. Drain again. Carefully
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p of p pn o half aa tue

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salt and pepper to taste. Spoon
the mixture into the shells and
place on a baking dish.
Sprinkle with crumbs and
melted butter. Pour a little
cream in the baking dish and
bake at 375 degrees until the
onions are tender
These stuffed onions are
practically a meal in
themselves. Peel eight ions
of each. Parboil for 10
minutes, drain, and scoop out


the pulp leaving a half inch
shell. Chop the pulp and saute
in a skillet with butter. Add
half a pound of sausage meat
and saute until no longer pink.
Add one and a quarter cups
bread crumbs soaked in a little
cream and squeezed. Simmer
for five minutes and add a
quarter cup chopped parsley, a
little thyme and salt and
pepper. Spoon the stuffing anto
the shells and arrange in a
baking dish. Pour a cup of beef
broth and half a cup of dry
white wine over the onions and
bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
Transfer the onions to a serving
dish and reduce the liquid in
the pan to about half. Pour
over the onions and sprinkle
each with chopped parsley.


A favourite in the Bahamas
is pickled onions. Soak two
pounds small onions in water
to cover for 15 minutes. Drain
and peel and place in a large
bowl of water with a third of a
cup salt. Let stand for 48 hours
covered.
Drain and rinse the onions.
in a large kettle place two cups
white vinegar, two-thirds cup
water, third of a cup sugar, a
tablespoon pickling spices and
a teaspoon salt. Bring to the
boil and add the onions. Add
some chili peppers if you like
"hot" pickled onions. Cook for
five minutes. Place the onions
in sterilized pickling jars and
cover with the liquid. Seal and
store for two weeks in a cool
place.


Tele communications


The Bahamas
Corporation wishes to
Service is now
Sub-division.


Joy Liquid Giant
Tide Detergent
Franco American Spaghetti & Meat Balls
Alpo Beef Chunks 24 oz.
Campbell's Vegetable Soup 3 tins for
Green Giant Corn on Cob
Sunsweet Prune Juice 40 oz
Wesson Oil 38 oz
"Bye The Sea" Solid Light Tuna 7 oz.
Libby's Sweet Mustard Pickles 16 oz.


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Mature, responsible female accounts clerk
with some previous experience in
book-keeping to assume position of
responsibility with Mademoiselle Ltd. Apply
in own handwriting stating qualifications in
detail to Mr. E. Baldwin, Mademoiselle
Ltd. Box N. 4882. Please list telephone
contact whenever possible.


WE HAVE MOVED


THOMPSON s ASSOCIATES ill.



NAll0NAL INSURANCE AGENCY

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Just 20 mmutes and a


compHmentaryrumpunch

Separate Nassau and

af@@port Out Island Airways now offers 20-minute super-jet service
between Nassau and Freeport. On a schedule designed just for
Bahamians.


WEATHER
Wind: North east to east
no el pail5 m.p.h.
sea: slight
Temp: Min, tonight 68
Max. tomorrow 84
SUN
Rises 5.57 a.m.
Sets 6.28 p.m.
MOON
Kises 12:15 p.m.
sets 1:08 a.m
ISRAELI RAID PRECIPITATES
RESIGNATION
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Prest rd Sulelman Franjich on
So the announcementdwas imade t
emergency meeting of the cabinet
under Frangeh to discuss the Israeli
raid in Beirut on ob o 's higher
interests necessitated the
resignation, but that Frengeh
would decide Wednesday whether
to accept it or not.


HT PREDMI BUSSE11"5

SHELL

MADEIRAST./PALMDALE-P.O.BOXN35 PHON 2 919


6 PACK RC COLA Plus30cdepositon bottles
With the purchase of 6 GALS. OF GASOLINE OR MORE
OIL CH ANG E (FREE to every 25th Customer)
CANDYoBOOKSoPENCILSfortheKids!

EM MSU2A DFNR F10M NM t7hrPu SATURDAY
AUTO TECHNICIAN AVAILABLE MOTOR TUNE-UP
BRAKE REPAIR OIL CHANGE* GREASE JOB* WASH & POLISH.


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HATCHET BA RTEHCOMBINED MILK



FI8MIN D!

HERE ARE THE HEALTH VALUES
VITAMIN D GIVES YOUR FAMILY:

MINERAlS....
SO ESSENTIAL FOR STRONG
BONES AND GOOD TEETH

VITAMINS .. .
SO IMPORTANT FOR GROWTH,
HEALTH AND VIGOR



SO NECESSARY FOR BUILDING
STRONG MUSCLES
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LOOK FOR OUR QUALITY CONTROLLED VITAMIN D MILK
IN OUR EASY TO SPOT TWO-COLOUR CARTONS....
HATCHET BAY GREEN & ELEUTHERA RED
R&/710/77ber to shon I'

Hatchet Bay The Bahamian Way


Bahamas Beve
BAHAMAS Beverages Ltd.,
bottlers of Canada Dry and
Bravo products, have added
another soft drink to their long
line of beverages, as the first
bottle of RC Cola to be
produced in the Bahamas came
off the production line at their
John F. Kennedy Drive plant.
or over a week Mr. Ed
Legallias, technical supervisor
for RC's parent plant in
Columbus, Georgia has been at
work at the plant supervising
anad d ensuring that the high
st ard of quality that is
synonymous with the
production of RC Cola is
maintained in the Bahamas.
RC Cola was originally
formulated in I 909 in
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rages brings
Columbus, Georgia. It has since
been expanded to over 100
franchises in the United States,
and has also been produced in
over 40 different countries RC
Cola is rated among the top
three colas in North America
and is presently the fastest
growing soft drink on the
international market.
Mr. Philip Pinder, managing
partner of Bahamas Beverages
Ltd., along with RC's
Caribbean regional manager,
Mr Gero ge Po w ell,
international director of
marketing for RC, Mr. Jerry
Smith and RC's vice president
in charge of Latin America and


RC Cola here
the Caribbean areas. Mr. Bob
Vost, were present to launch
their new product.
Pictured from left to right
are Philip Pinder, managing
director of Bahamas Beverages,
Ltd. Jerome McSweeney,
partner of Bahamas Beverages,
Ltd. Bob Post, RC's
vice-president in charge of
Latin America and the
Caribbean areas: Ed Legallias,
technical supervisor for RC's
parent plant in Columbus,
Georgia, Jerry Smith, RC
international director of
marketing and George Powell,
RC s Caribbean regional
manager.


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That s Out Island Airways way of expressing its confidence in the future
growth of the Bahamas. Providing the truly Bahamian service expected
of on independent nation. Beautiful Bahamian stewardesses to serve you
. . complimentary rum punches to entice you . and million mile
captains to fly you.
You II be flying the BAC-111, the world s most reliable short haul aircraft.
With wider aisles and fewer seats so you can stretch out in comfort.
Aboard the Bahamas own airline.
And to introduce you to Out Island Airways super-jet Nassau/Freeport
Service, OIA offers a special low-cost, round-trip one-day fare just $33.
With 20-minute jet service and $33 rates, can there be any other choice
but Out island Airways? Call your travel agency or OlA now for
reservations. 7-8222.


MANAGEMENT OFTHEIR NEW OFFICES UNDER THE OWNERSHIP ANDARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF


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Per lb


Perlb $1.88


U.S. CHOICE
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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, OUR STORE HOURS ARE:


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Buy One
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Plus Deposity


$1.39


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CLEANSER


80/.88


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MARCEL
TOWELS
MARCEL
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TROUT HALL
ORANGE JUICE
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RED KIDNEY BEANS
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I gsum ase


FOR SALE CARS FOR SALE


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C9192
2 WE E K OLD HONDA, 50cc.
owner leaving Island soon.Call
Glen Hepburn, 5 7102.
C9408
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
1 R ?fore 20th Alpdil, 19t73
rigera or Suitcu.
inrng oom
3 Bedroom Suites (one French
Provoucial)
I urniture in very good
condition.
Telephone 4 1243 after 6 p.m.

[9311
1 CONVERTIBLE COUChi
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250 ib. trunk food freezer
F)4 /ANGE of Metal and


Mineral Detectors available to
you at factory prices plus
freight and duty. For
mformatme call 23921.

L93/2
1 6 yard Dump Truck. Like
new
I 1 be used concrete mixer.
Good condition. Call 22098.

WMTS TO BUT
C9433
GLA55 BOTTOMED BOAT.
tot I e eT

P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau

MARINE SUPPLIES
C9442
14 foot Glastron excellent
condition. Ideal for fishing and
sksi J. 1 yO 82 ght phone

C9309
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxuriout
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C9441
1968 20ft Glastron trailer *
r o rd/outacc sdori ercruilS6r0
Phone 3-2739.



B 26 AMAS YOUTH
EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP
t t "BELOVED
IdiviE Y'oat h eEpworth Hall,
Shirley Street, Saturday April

ses"oiciectin Admission

CARS FOR SALE

C ND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1972 VENTURA,
A/C Bucket Seats

r VAUoXHALL VIVAS4950
Auto. Blue $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Automatic $850
1972 VIVA S/W
Automatic White $2400
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE,

2/W TIAC VENTU$1850
4 Dr. Auto.
oH MAN $3500
Std. Green $450
0969 FOBRDkTORINO, $1200
1969 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL,
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI,
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1971 FORD MAVERICK
Auto. Red $1950


'


C9449
'69 MORRIS 1300 automatic.
radio, airconditioned. Gooo
condition. Asking $1200.00-
Telephone32675.
[9438
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TODAY'S f
1969 Chevrolet CamarO
$1850
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU
le n 4850
Fl V LKSWAGEN B 5600

1964 CADILLAC LIMOUSINE
blackradio $500
1969 FORD GALAXiE
reconditioned $1000
1971 CHEVY
VEGA COUPE
green, automatic $2995
1972 CHEVY VEGA SEDAN
air $4200
1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
good condition $1500
1972 VAUXHALL
FIRENZA $2250
1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO
r1e9d7 auD Gt c $1850

A9VEN ER VOGUE$2350
white, radio,
automatic $1500

t9b uOePaGu mOa i $5500
ollow $700
967 PLYMOUTH FURY I
blue, automatic $400
1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA O
FORDCORTINA $250
reen $2500
964 CHEVY II NOVA
blue-automatic $500
1968 FORD SW
white, automatic $600
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
OPa seF I near
Phone 34711.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C9304
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISSION INC., of Montrose
Avenue, Shirley Heights,

hCe Gt a e3cy
on September 3rd 1973.
The Day Nursery will accept
Infants from 6 months old at 8
a.hm. tKi6d r rten will accept
children from 3 years old 9
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Registration for both Nursery
and aK ndepr a5 eal
Tuesday & Thursdays) at the
office of the Mission or contact
Mrs. Nottage c.o. phone
24537. Those wishing to
register their infants and
hild najre ur hdereow

p i be a long waitingillist.bA
requested when you register.
iF rmati ,scont tdthe Po
of the Mission at the office or
otta om e 24 7. Mrs.

POSITION WANTED
r
.8500 irl t
IF YOU need a young g a
work in your shopT easre wri e
,('8500, c/13207, Nas .
C9430
YOUNG AMBITIOUS single
Bahamian man with 10 years
Accounting and office
management experience seeks
responsible position preferably
with international firm. Willing
to work anywhere in the
Bahamas or abroad. Most
interested in opportunity for
additional professional training
and thence advancement in
company. Salary and incentives
open for discussion. Will have
to give reasonable notice when
leaving present employ.
Kindly reply to P. O. Box
N7351, Nassau, Bahamas-

IIELP WANTED

C9451 AND WIFE without
children to manage apartment


building on Cable Beach. Must


' C9407
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
on St. Michael and Soldier
Road 144 x 116' x 114
Reasonably priced. Conta Mr. Toote. Box 6005, N.Y.san
C9405
BILL'S RF /iL 1 MAll
AGENCY Lin attractive int a
bd P Om a
$ 5 0 )0 f < s t jl
Ca 11 23921
*C9427
CORAL HARBOUR AREA
9.5 does with 1,244 Ias
frontage on south side of
Adelaide Road I m les west

or < I f I

Opportunity for deve opment
or invo n ontt ijr int /s"d
'Estat c.
309 Bav 5treet
P. O. Box N8164, Nassau
Telephone 1041. 2.1042
C9424
FOR SALE
3 bedroorns, 2 baths, maid's
quarters, spatious sitting,
lavishly furnished, one block
e n

$50,000.00 Owner might
consider $46,000.00. Come see
HIThisAdeaD PanRsurp IReC ou.
Unfurnished house with three
oome tr b si o
unfurnished with Art Coruk>*
refrigerator, stove, shutters'
and me0drapes. Reduced to
$50, .
Considered substantial busit
house, and has pump for well
water DIAL DAMIANOS
22033, 22305, Evenings
41197.
C9423 FOR SALE

Be your own LANDLORD, on
profitable BAY STREET, Sue
d/ on B40 dendh tHarbour
OfTces Apahrptmentor
ouool building so sd as AR
GALLERIES I ad k
even warehousing.or pF tarn
available. Inquiries to NIC
NA ASNTC SENT af 5 0

evenings 41197.
C9444
2achO 6S00S0ta)pledonh. Gardens
2-2504 or 2-2505.
C9448
BLAIR ESTATES
3 bedr mH2MbONDI v n6dining
room, family room
aircontitioned. Large kitchen*
laundry room. Front and rear
patio, carport, walled in*
landsca rd etwithAgakties

$55,000. Call 32675 after 6
P. -

WM TS TO RENT
C9443
EXECUTIVE requires large
shedor ho four in bedsrtooal
lease. Prefer ocean view. Phone
4-1150 for Mrs. Thompson, or
2-3367.
C9446
EXPATRIATE COMPANY
S EC RETAR Y requires
attractive 3 or 4 bedroom two
bathroom furnished
airconditioned house. Phone
42884.

FOR RENT
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.
C9365
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with air-conditioned
P orn 3m9 Bamboo Town.

C9388
ATTRACTIVELY furnishou
house Sapphire Ridge Road.
ar n t ed) 2 bts mudi
maid's room, wall to wall


carpt thought, ll


C9421
MAINTENANCE
CARETAKER for large Estate.
Must have at least two written
references and clean driving
licence. Knowledge of
gardening and general property
maintenance essential
accommodation provided.
Salary to be discussed. Apply
Adv. C9421, c/o The Tribune'
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.
C9400
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
with pr itousex erience ra
commensurate with training.
Must know typing and have

wnRO5n oda9nOOEAp
Elizabeth Avonue and Shiriey
5 treet Telephone s:
2-8763-4-5-6.
C9439
2 LABORERS male and
female must live on farm. Male
$30 and female $20 per week.
Telephone Rev. Raymond
Gibson J.P. 3-2378.
C9429
HOLIDAY Y IN N OF
PARADISE ISLAND Seeks:
Sous CD scription: Supervise

production of all kitchen staff.
Has to be knowledgeable in all
""fuhe ni rtment uIrements:
Completion of high school
Must have served not less than
3 years apprenticeship. 5 years
experience.

TRADE SERVICES
C9428
FOR CONSTRUCTION of
fresh water wells or rain water

y F SCo an Ahm ai nr
opposite Quarry Mission
corner.
C9299
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service ca .

TROUBLES ... small or large
call ThOeBPlumber on Wheels:-
P.O. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.
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FOR RENT

C7320
FOR LONG TERM
LEASE
EXECUTIVE home 4
bedroom, 392 bath.
Unfurnished, $550 per month
- furnished, $700 per month.
Call Freeport 373-2032 or
352-9414, Mrs. Madsen.

IIELP WANTED
C7332
FREEPORT TRANSFER
LTD. NEEDS A MANAGER
IN ITS INTERNATIONAL
DEPARTMENT. DUTIES
INCLUDE HANDLING
FREIGHT RATES ON ALL
SHI PO U TS' CUTTING
PROPER DOCUMENTS AND

QOAT GED IN EOULMDATI BG
WEIGHTS AND CUBIC
FOOTAGE. REQUIRE AT
LEAST HIGH SCHOOL
EDUCATION N. CALL
352-7821 FOR INTERVIEW.


d T P
Maintenance personnel in the
performance of maintenance
operations in a Chemical Plant.
Plans, schedules and supervises
the work of Machnisit/
Millwrights, Electricians,
Utility Mechanics and
Pipefitter/Welders. Diversified
Maintenance and Supervisory
experience essential.
PILOT PLANT SUPERVISOR
Responsible for the safe and
efficient operation of a
Chemical Manufacturing Pilot
Plant. The successful candidate
m t a B.Scio 3

Plant experience essential.
MECHANICS

apT R MAC SeTShooting
general plant equipment with
k n hwl ge an ppnjop)
associated with the operations
of maintenance shop and
c mialip irf pd trial

experience required.
ELECTRICIAN/INSTRUMENT
MAN
Required for the installation,
maintenance, repairs and tests
of electrical and
instrumentation systems
s rciitanidon, witl1ght gr
communications, machine
tools, motor controls, heating,
nr inon, a eacondint ontiinL
and various chemical plant
equipment and utilities. Must
have at least 6 years experience
in industrial electrical and

r sen oar wr2m
O. Box F-2430, Tel: 352-8171.
C9453
PERSONAL LOAN OFFICER
The Royal d of Cahnaada
rFe r the services of a
personal Loans Officer.
Applicants must be Bahamian,
ossesstatsleast G.En lis

should have previous
experience in the loaning field
of banking. Applications
should be directed to The
Admian strait on WI a naRoed,

oreep t IIO.orB
appointment at 352-6631.
C7325
PLUMBING SUPERVISOR
Lay out jobs, order materials,
k Oowle eearof hyedxapueircs an
existing codes, prepare
estimates on all types of
c on str auction, maintain
inventory, prepare billings.
Write P. O. Box F-265,
Freeport.

C732A ND BAHAMA
TELE PHONE COMPANY
LTD., Freeport, has an opening
for a Personnel Supervisor
(female). The successful
applicant must have typing,
filing and other general clerical
skills but be motivated to seek
additional responsibility and
rewards. Previous experience in
personnel matters required.
This position leads to
management responsibility.
Apply: General Manager's
office, 2C Kipling Building
(352-9352) or write P. O. Box
F-2478, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C9307
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office
icdces x1eartdid I ri vvilian
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co. P O. Box F-2415
FreeDort. Bahamas.


C7330
SECURITY OFFICERS
Bahamas Amusements Limited
has vacancies for Security
Officers at El Casino and
Monte Cario Casino an
Freeport. Although not
essential, previous experience
in law enforcement could be an
asset. Applicants should be at
least 25 years of age, well built
and in good health. Alert and
smart of appearance, the
ability to write clear and
accurate reports and an


n d
upon Gaming Board clearance.
The duties involve shift work
Starting salaries will be
commensurate with ability and
experience, but in any case not
less than $120 per week.
Assistance will be provided
with moving expenses for those
persons living outside Grand
Bahama
Applicants should apply either
in writing or by telephone an
the first instance to: THE
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
SECURITY, BA HAMAS

AM2 OEMEN7T8STLIFMIETEPRP
Interview of suitable
candidates will be conducted
thrr ngeFr enptort and Nassau

TRADE SERVICES
C9315
$

Brokerage *
Macke Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
N/ SSAU, BAHAMAS
P 0. Box N3714
HEAVYKDUTY TRUCKLING
PAFCHAENICAPLMHANDLING

AOCMASR E N
& DELis/ERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEeL BANDING
SP ASHE U TERTbONES
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMANSPHNDER
PHONR JACK9CA2-3796,

9 2-73473948
C9317
r V.oANTENpNAt eBoosters
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.
C8105
TRYAUSN FORBSC SE SURE
'SUPERSSTTEERAM' CARPEE S
51071-2-3-4.


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IIELP WANTED
C7324
BROILER COOK WITH THE
ABILITY TO BUTCHER.
TRIM AND PORTION
MEATS. MINIMUM OF 3
YEARS SIMILAR
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
APPLY TO: PUB ON THE
MALL LTD., P. O. BOX
F-331, Freeport, Bahamas.
C7312
INTERPRETIVE NATURAL-
IST Must be colle e graduate
with B.S. degree or equivalent
in biology, botany, zoology or
ornith ol o g y Career
employment for the right man
with the right references and
experience. Dedication to
nature conservation essential.
Bahamian preferred. Applicant
must be willing to do gardening
cdessar rnainStt innce Sa ahen
$7200 per year.
Rand Memorial Nature Centre,
P. O. Box F2954, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Telephone
30.5438


C7327
1 STAGE M MANAGER:
Applicant must be able to read
theatrical show music and have
experience in stage operations
and theatrical activities. The
position is a responsible one
and applicants should be


rfc chqave some inter st
1-MUSICAL DIRECTOR/
TROMBONIST: Must be able
to sight read, arrange and
conduct professional show
music and be proficient in
playing trombone. Must have
three years experience. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
2 TROMBONISTS: Must be
ble to si ht read and arrange
a f nal show music, be
f iS t in playing trombone
nd have at least three years
expe ier re Ce t f ater fere

1 TRUMPETER: Must be able
to sight read and arrange
pro sitma s awingm t p
and have at least three years
'" e9 .ceJr datejfer ne s
1-TUNED PERCUSSIONIST:
Must beableo 5 alreadhand
9 9
music, be proficient in playing
percussion instruments and
have at least three years
experience. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
1-SAXOPHONIST; Must be able
of Totnairee owndmuairran
proficient in playing
saxophone, doubling on alto,
ctenPnr t be i on ax eon .
least three years experience.
Good references and Police
Certificate required.
?-MAITRE D': Individual must

hF5cexpesrt3 n al ra k
train and supervise personnel.
Minimum of three years as
Maitre D' in first class hotels
aend r enrcee5staurantd Po
Certificate required.
1-CHEF BUTCHER: Must have

h rs r a ar

required
1- THEATRICAL ENGINEER
Must have at least three year
n tin
ehxpe icent ighti opera"
ehquipme oodforeferwofessioann
Ap7icaCner pl iine rson
or in writing to: PERSONNEL
DEPARTMENTBEL C 70
FREE PO RT GR AN D
RAHAMA.
C7321
ACCOUNTANT
Required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company to assist the
Treasurer in various aspects of
Management Accounting and
internal Audit procedures with
particutor initial responsibility
for the Financial Accounting
of the construction of new
facilities. Applicants should be
Chartered or Certified
Accountants with not less than
three (3) years post
qualification. Experience
including audit or other
experience of industrial
accounting.
Bahamians only need apply to:
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C7322
GRAND BAHAMA
TELEPHONE COMPANY,
LTD., has an opening for a
housekeeper (female) for
general housekeeping and light
janitorial duties including
floors, walls, windows,
bathirtems, tchen uareaswand
required including Saturdays.
Apply: General Manager's
office, 2C Kipling Building or
write P. O. Box F-2478
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34646-7-8

C9432
I 97 1 FORD SPORTS
CUSTOM CAMPER/PICKUP
TRUCK STANDARD
SHIFT $2600. 1956 G.M.C.
STEP-VAN AUTOMATIC
$300.00. PHONE AFTER 5.30
P.M. 55124.
C9413
1968 BUICK SPECIAL, fully
loaded newly painted and
reupholstered. See at Malcolm
Tyre Service, Bay Street or call
2-2745.


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C9450
A QUALIFIED ACCOUNT
ANT, aged about 35 years, is
required for our Building and
PropertyCompaniesbasedin
Nassau. Responsibilities
include production of financial
accounts and of f ice
administration together with a
contribution to the general
management of the companies
involved. This is anticipated
being a permanent
appointment, probably more
suitable for a single person,
with salary commensurate with
experience, together with
generous allowances. Please
reply in confidence with full
personal details etc. to
a cCor ptPol S


C9435


( 9310
LARGE ONE Bl UROOM
apartment, nuoly furrashed,
$250 per month Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
? 4777 8


C7326
TEACHER for Junior High
Science classes. Must have an
excellent background in Marine
Biology, ChemistryPhysics
and General Biology. Masters
Degree or equivalent desirable.
Apply Headmistress, Mary,
Star of the Sea School, P. O.
BoxF-2418,FreeportGrand
Bahama.


C9452
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS THE FOLLOWING
VACANCIES:-
INPLANTPRODUCTION
TRAINING SUPERVISOR
Knowledge and ability to
impart the knowledge of
chemical and mechanical
technologyinvolvedwithfine
organic chemical production.
The Production Training
Supervisor will originate,
supervise and conduct training
programmes for Chemical
Operators, Maintenance and
Operations Personnel.
A college degree in Chemistry
or Chemical Engineering
desirable.


L' 08
of 1 ILl OH >1001 SPACl
themottonourisationediate
a < upant v. ,any per Ru z
Inmate 4 ?UI /
( 9431
F URNIS1(E |3 countyy estate
Two bathroom stone hilltop
edge Nassau. Conveniend
beaches, ,ntpar1, un imi
private fresh water supply

f ar "' '9 9
evenings
( 9437
( ONV( NIE NT downtown
furrashed apatenants. One or
two bedrooms Utilities
included lelephone ? ?830

C9259
SPACIOUS SPACE suitable for
office or school with ample
parking at a very reasonable
rate. Chesapeake Road and
Jerome Avonue in Pyfrom's
Addition. Phone 2 4536.

T ACTIVE well located 2
bedroom apartment. $325 per
month. Phone 4 3017.
( 9306 EXTRA large two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apar trnent. With large living
< Tishe my V tori t>asicoally
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. I acilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 .m
C9382
BASICALLY FURNISHED
@roo 5. IndroSoms 2
thl Ph 42228, 42198
riang wet ends.
C9415
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom
furnished apartment Eastern
District. Phone 2-1149.


OPPBOR UENSTSIES
C9455
WELL ESTABLISHED SHOE
STORE on Collins Avenue.
r2ar is yv a ailable Teeephone
Box 6104 E. S Nassau,
Bahamas.


570CIATE DIBIREDarty
could control extensive Cereal
and Beef Cattle Farm, also
seaside land with reso:t
possibilities. A stable area, 25
in. rainfall.5. W. Australia.
Ranch andALFSaOm, Alberta,
Cana e W bou eAdP O. 850

N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
C9456
WHOLESALE SHOES. Deliver
drerd shMoee w me oor
31295 evenings. Island orders
to Box 6104, Nassau
C9217
PLANNING TO BUY
A LOT?
Act now! Hilltop lots'
corner lots
asy erms
Call Fr 166Carey
FRAK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Bay & Deveaux Streets
CALL TODAY
C9425
AGENCY OFFERED. $1.000
needed for first order of
Canadian cigars. Money making
agency. Write to Economy
Sales Agency, P. O. Box 6104
E. S., Nassau, Bahamas
"OTHER AGENCIES
OFFERED"

FOR SALE
C9434
CHEST OF DRAWERS, cream
coloured. Mahogany single bed,
chest of drawers, bedside table.
D shwashe octracr or pen45

r.p.m., wrought iron glass top
table, four chairs, glass top
wrought Iron coffee table. AII
in good condition. Phone


1969 VI VA
4 Dr. Auto. Green
1971 Rambler,
Auto. Blue
1969PONTIAC GTO*
A/C Vinyl Green
1968 FORD ESCORT*
Blue
1965 DODGE'
1;<


$695
$2100
$1600
$695
$300


Qlht GrtibHut


Wednesday, April 11, 1973


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Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.


FOR RENT


IIELP WANTED


REAL ESTATE


HELP MNIITED


IfiLP WANTED


P LEH MNTED





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against any defence (by E.
Rukhlis).
Par times: 30 seconds. Droblean
master; 1 minute, problem
expert; 4 minutes, good; 10
minutes, average: 25 minutes,
novice.
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Wednesday, April 11, 1973


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

.1SIOROSCOPE
from the Carrell Righter lastitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
when the use of diplomacy seems to be the
only means of handling some tough tensions and getting the
things that mean the most to you. Be considerate and aware of
what is in the minds of others. Show you can systematize your
life better
.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Don't argue with one who is
vital to your affairs, or there could be an unfortunate
separation. Be with persons who can give fine ideas for your
advancement. Read some.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Affairs at home could come
to a pretty pass unless you plan wisely how to release stress
and strain there. Pocket your pride even though you do not
like to do so and bring about more harmony there.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Avoid accidents of any kind
and use much care m driving. Some annoying communication
may turn out to be a blessing in disguise, if you handle it
properly Make sure you thank others for favors.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Look into the
practical side of your life and do whatever brings you the
finest benefits. Do not buy something you cannot afford just
because some sales person pressures you. Show you have good
sense.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You want to drop otheit; you feel
you do not need any longer, but be sure you don't make a
mistake and lose those who are most helpful instead. Do
whatever will make you look more attractive.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Make sure you do not
criticize one who could help you gain the interest of a secret
admirer who is bashful. Rid yourself of dull duties early; then
you have more time for whatever is constructive.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't annoy a good pal who
has some problem and is very sensitive. Know what your aims
truly are, and plan just how to achieve them Avoid some
situation that could get you into real trouble.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't make the mistake of
trying to force a bigwig to do what you desire of him, but
listen to his advice instead and follow it. Don't procrastinate
any longer about paying that bill. Do some reading tonight.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get right down to
duties you started and forget about going off on another
tangent. Not a good day for delving into new outlets Study
data that can help you handle your regular job better.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Follow through on that
plan you have made instead of feeling you want tojump into
something else now. There may be pressure where attachment
as concerned, but show devotion just the same. Think
constructively.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Listening to what
associates have to suggest is best instead of running off on
some tangent and spoiling relationships. A public affair can be
tedious if you are not conscientious about it.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Be sure you establish more
harmony with follow workers and make your future efforts
together more profitable. Take the treatments that rid you of
that excessive tiredness. Keep any promises you have made
others to the letter.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those gifted young people who needs encouragement
early and praise for good work done in order to bring out the
fine talents in this chart, but will balk at criticism, especially
the negative kind. Teach to smile more in order to charm
others, since the nature here is apt to be very serious and
earnest, because the mind is preoccupied with important
matters. Give as fine an education as you can.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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TOMV WIFE .TUST THE
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1-
The Wizard gloats over his
prisoners. "Sorcerer, you
are in my power." )te laughs.
Cha e rrue th da Cu
he adds, turning away. I
will journey to China and
ransack the secrets of your
home. All your knowledge will
fall into my hands Heh, heh! "


--.
in despair the Sorcerer has
flung the fishing-rod to the
floor, and when the Wizard
thash snemRupert p cks upCathe
you use it to belp us escape ?,,
he begs. I dare not," sighs
his friend. To try again
might put us in an even worse
plight, Uttle bear."


ALL RIGHTS RESERVEo


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Winnisa

BT Of
Br WCTOR MOLLO
THERE are many euphemisms
for bad play-" a wrong view."
a blind spot," falling asleep."
Any one of them may account
for South's lapse here
Dealer South: N/8 Vul.
North
AAQJ
OK9754
0 975
6J4
South
4K7
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AK 4 2
South North
19 30
46 44
60
West led the OQ, East follow-
ing with the 03, and South be-
gan, mentally, to add up the
score. At trick two he laid down
the 9A, and when West showed
out, he stopped worrying about
the score. Boon after, he con-
cMed de uld 8 outh have
played?
The contract cannot be en-
sured against any distribution.
but South can give himself an
tart 8n he cashes the
4A then dummy's OK. He fol-
lows with three rounds of
spades, discarding a club and
ruffs dummy's remaining club.
Now all depends on finding East
w0 5 only one more diamond or
ca 5 'These were the EaEt-West
West East

,-6,::,, 9:
J.*,.6,?r cashes tKe 0 9a8d
throws East in with a heart.
Whichever black card he re-
turns. declare ruffs in hand
and discards dummy s diamond.


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cathedral city

b rmtree
I dsprite
36 Ghastly
40 Finish line
j
character
45 Holly plants
47 cekwith
49. Compete
50. Catkin
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peed shout
young man
14 Appropriate
tedere
17. Article
19. Sacred chest
Judge
24. Co ert to
Judaism


5 Flesh-eating 2. Weapon
mammal 3. Wild buffalo
52. Thick soup ese

DOWN 6. Apostle
7. Celery-like
1. Queue plant
to 8. Feminine name
9. Nerve
a 10, 9ign of the
zodiaC
13. Headliners
18. Provender
19 21. Chess pieces
.
23. Companion
24 26. Precept
28 28. Crave
29. Those opposed
30. Theater
36 37 SS 89 31. uic
32. Practice
MM 35. Goose genus
37. Large stream
38. Peace goddess
39. Oull finish
41. Egress
43. Surround
46. Dusk
ures 4.0 48. AUstralian bird


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3. Scots island. (4)
9. Solitary. (3)
ts. Property owners. (9)
13. No-mood. (3)
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WIN DIES 8 Y

10 WICKETS
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breathe W In t M owicket
wednesday morning.
continue as with an overnight
'"" ,'le d nR lickeh haKel)th
the remaining runs in 21 minutes
oft nine overs. Stackpole. 66
I ern ta, add di includingru
four boundaries in increasing his
Tuesday night 5 37 to 57.
Skipper Rohan Kanhai and
opening batsman Greenidge shared
n < bowled while a small
The teams will meet again at Port
of Spain in the final Test starting
Ap le2 untralians were skilfully led
by Ian Chappell, who put his
seamers. Hammond. Walker and
Walters to work throughout the day
Tuesday on a pitch which many
rpen thoughte t d I re < l
which appeared at the ends of the
wicket.
bo\ ed velinel ed te \ st I
must blame themselves for the
terrible figures produced on this
sun drenched day. They were all
outN e f the batsmen applied
themselves to the task of 'reading
the pitch and studying the bowlers.
They all lost their lives 'behind
the crease' Tuesday.
Mu rs njekre al au htl)bae ndand
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44 24. Brown contributed six
assists
lu xem bourg, however,
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staggering defence, Simon was
good for seven baskets in the
final three minutes before the
horn blew with Luxembourg
nine points behind.
Although they won, it was
evident that the Bahamas
h ked sm of the playing
Sanichaufers "We are lacking a
lot of the fundamentals "
Commented Quant after the
game "We have to learn to
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12


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
IIll BAHAMAS AMATEUR BASKETBALL Association's
National All Stars locked the clamp on Luxembourg's T 71
Sanichaufer team and rallied behind the shooting and rebounding
of Kentucky's Sterling Quant and Budweiser's Jerome Barney to
defeat the visitors 67-58 Iast night in the final of a three game
Hahamas/Luxembourg basketball tournament.
IM tournament which Adderley in this category.
began on Sunday saw the "However, what we need most
Sanichaulers going down 65-62 of all in order to better
def ending B.A.B.A. ourselves is more international
ch:unpluns Kentucky Colonels competition," explained
while def ending Nassau League Quant 110 went on to say that
t h.unplans Becks Cougars heat "we have the potential to build
lb insters in a 75 74 victory a good team especially with the
mer Amble overtime players the Bahamas have away
I aying under NCA A. rules in college A former
wh:eb Luxembourg all American All Star himself
0 at sithough they play Quant said that in college they
muler the international rules of are taught the basics of
II 0 1 the Bahamas basketball first.
pa ing great turn hall coupled Luxembourg played without
wth .1 pressing defence ran to the assistance of 7ft. 21ns
an earl\ 124 lead. Teddy Blauth who. in coach
I manhoure also played a Junker s opinion, would have
pressing defence but the made a big difference. Echoing
swillness of Becks Peter these remarks, Quant admitted
Brown together with Quant that they would have been in
and Barney proved too much trouble if Luxembourg had
be the Sanichaufers as the brought Blauth,
All Stars went to 26-10 with p. .
9 ? I remulning in the hall. ( 45
( oach Homer Winder then
rested three of his starters
I <1 tr coach Winder then rested the
remainder of his starters.
luxembourg then gradually
pulled together but were good
entrugh to come to within only
1 4 points of the lead as they
lapped 35 22 at half time
004011 FAULT
th: tc) Artinufa unkI t
liah:unas opened such a big
gap He allowed his team to
play a man to man preSS
against the taller opposition.
However, he felt that the big
lot f or on the Bahamas' team
was Onant. Barney and Smith.
who teamed up for 29 in the
and hall
As coach Winder returned
hu starters in the second half.
sh >!< r 1 Para tu I ad e ANDRE PERKA (9), th
Guy Simon who teamed up base line drive but finds
for a real threat in the final obstinate. Roland Schuma
amnues<1henganicit"=
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second halt. Kremer scored 12
01 his 16 m the second half payoO afrTe da 'sth mults and
also FIRST RACE 9 F l


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AN UNCALCULATED RISK finds Andre Perka's hook
cleanly wiped away by Budweiser's Jerome Barney during
last night's AII Star game against Luxembourg. The
B.A.B.A. AH Stars won 67-58. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


e ball handler for Luxembourg's T 71 Sanichaufers, attempts a
the versatility of Jerome Barney (14) and Peter Brown (12)
cher (behind) moves into position for the pass. PHOTO: flickey Wells


Gh f e e e
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on second place Becks Bees in
the first game 7 o'clock at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Becks, who presently stand
at 8-2, were on Saturda
knocked out of first place
losing to Jet Set. Meeting for
the second time this season,
the Bees will not only be out

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In the second game at 9
o'clock Paradise Island, having
upset Del Jane Saints on
Sunday, seek their fifth in 12
played when they meet last
place Heastie Lumber.
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ch tznBeer 6 4
Paradise Island 4 7
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