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(Reitered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahama.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX, No. 122 Saturday, April 14, 1973. "rice 20 Cents


SOME WHOLESALERS CANCEL STANDING

ORDERS FOLLOWING PRICE CONTROL





Some 'breadbasket items'


may be scarce ac


cost more to


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than sell E TEL
BEFORE THE DEMOLITION .......


By MIKE LOTHIAN
SOME ESSENTIAL "BREADBASKET" FOOD ITEMS are likely to disappear from store shelves in the near
future as the cost of importing the commodities are fast rising higher than the Government-controlled selling prices,
industry sources warned.


Burglar who 'don't feel


good' to be sentenced later

By SIDNEY DORSETT
MURPHY SCAVELLA, a 33-year-old Gregory Town,
Eleuthera "character" who pleaded guilty to burglary with intent
to rape on January 28, was remanded in custody today for
sentencing pending a probation report and medical examination.
Mr. Justice Samuel Graham for the kitchen window and
apologized for his late jumped out," Mrs. Bostwick
appearance in court. He said he said.
had been detained on a According to Mrs.
chamber matter. The jury was Lightbourne "the window had
dismissed to Monday after been secured the night before
Scavella pleaded guilty to and the other windows and
entering the home of Emily doors in the house were also
Lightbourne early on the secured, but after the accused
morning of January 28. had left, she said the lock had
Mrs. Janet Bostwick, Crown been so badly broken, it could
counsel, in outling the case to not lock again," Mrs Bostwick
the court said that Scavella told 'Lhe court.
seemed "to be a character 1 Scavella was questioned and
around Gregory Town, charged by police officers on
her said he broke into the January 29 after he confessed
She said he broke into the to Inspector Pierre that he had
home of Mrs. Lightbourne, a gone into the house while he
71-year-old woman, as she was gone into the house while he
asleep in her home with her was drunk.
sick 80-year-old sister, Bertha Mr. Justice Graham asked
Armbrister, who slept in him what he had to say. After
another bed. some hesitation he told the
"Mrs Lightbourne then court that his head, his mind,
threatened the accused. She and his whole body were not
said if he stayed there, she feeling good. And he added:
would find her cutlass and cut "The whole of my body ain't
him up. Hie then made a dash feeling good."


Public urged to help over


boat & skiing offenders


NOT SUFFICIENT

EVIDENCE, SO BOAT

CASE DISMISSED
CHARGES of skiing and
driving a boat within 200 feet
of the shoreline were dismissed
against Brian Dwyl yesterday
when Magistrate Wilton
Hercules said that neither the
police officer nor the
defendant had any accurate
measurements as to the
distance from the shoreline.
The incident was said to
have taken place in March
1972 off the Lowes Paradise
Island Hotel.
Mr. Dwyl was charged under
the Motor Boat and Skiing Act.
He was, however, fined $25 for
not having the boat registered.
"It is the word of the police
officer against that of the
defendant," the Magistrate
said. "Neither of these two
persons had any accurate
measurements as to the
distance from the shoreline.
"There is doubt in my mind
as to where the defendant was
actually skiing. He also says
that he was not the person
driving the boat, his wife was."
Magistrate Hercules also said
that the charge of "driving a
motor boat in the harbour
about 200 feet off the
shoreline without any course is
worded superfluous to the
charge."

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES
ROBERT T. HIRST
Optomeirist
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 352-5906


THE PORT Authority is
appealing for the public's
cooperation in apprehending
motor boat drivers and skiers
found breaking the Motor Boat
and Skiing Act.
Port director Leon Flowers
said the public could assist by
taking the number of the boat
and having another witness
present.
The incident could then be
reported to the Port Authority
which would pursue the matter
from there.
It is understood that a
number of ski boat cases are
due to come up before the
courts within the next few
weeks.
"We want the public to
know that we are most
concerned over this matter and
welcome any assistance they
can give in helping to reduce
the danger to swimmers and
divers," Mr. Flowess said.
British Trade Commissioner
John Burn was seriously
injured last month when he
was struck on the head by a
speedboat while snorkelling off
Brown's Point.
Mr. Burn was flown back to
the United Kingdom today for
further medical treatment.


The wholesale and retail
selling prices set by
Government on March 28 were
based on costs that are now
out-dated. Many of the items
affected by price controls
already cost the wholesalers
more than they are allowed to
sell them fo', and potatoes are
among the items that now
carry a landed cost that is
higher than the fixed retail
prices.
As a result, some importers
have cancelled orders for
certain items.
One retail source gave three
examples of items that cost
more than the price at which
they can legally he sold.
Five-pound bags of regular
potatoes can, tinder the Price
Control regulations, be sold for
56 cents wholesale or 72 cents
retail. But they cost 72!2 cents.
Twenty-five-pound sacks of
rice can be sold only at $3.51
wholesale or $4.31 retail. The
item costs $4.22 to get into the
country.
GRITS
A one-pound package of
grits has its price here pegged


HEALTH MINISTRY

WINS YELLOW

ELDER ARBITRATION
THE MINISTRY of Health
has won in the arbitration of a
dispute with building
contractor Prince Strachan
over the 100 incomplete
houses in Yellow Elder
Gardens, Government Senate
Leader Paul Adderley disclosed
in the Senate Wednesday.
Sen. Adderley said "an
award has recently been made
in favour of the Ministry" in
the matter. He did not
elaborate.
Government appointed
former Supreme Court judge
Hedworth Smith arbitrator on
November 27 last year, after
Mr. Strachan filed suit claiming
damages for breach of his
contract with the Ministry.
Two weeks of hearings in
the arbitration ended on
December 20, and Mr. Smith
was to submit his decision
later.
In March last year Health
Minister A. Loftus Roker
revealed in the House that Mr.
Strachan had received more
than half a million dollars for
the project, although none of
the houses was completed.
The buildings were to be
part of the Yellow Elder
Gardens low-cost housing
project. The contract for their
construction was signed on
August 25,1970.
The structures so far consist
of only exterior walls, roofs
and windows. Virtually all of
the windows have been
smashed or stolen by vandals.
There are no floors or interior
walls.


2 ESCAPEES STILL AT LARGE

AFTER DASHING TO FREEDOM


A BAMBOO Town resident
being held at Central Police
Station for payment on two
traffic offences, escaped at
11.57 a.m. Thursday and is still
at large.
Carl Butler, described as
between 25 and 30, had been
picked up on a warrant the day
before and was being held in a
cell at the station pending
payment of his fine by a
friend.
According to police. Butler


said he was thirsty and the
constable on duty opened the
cell door to lead him down to
the water cooler at the far end
of the cell block.
No sooner had the door
opened than Butler dashed past
the constable and out the rear
door leading to Fast Street.
Also still at large is Philip
"Polka" Ilumes. 21, accused of
murder and armed robbery and
scheduled to be tried during
the April Criminal Sessions.


at 19 cents wholesale, 23 cents
retail. The package costs the
importer 20 cents.
The source said those cost
figures were based on orders
filled some days ago, and all
the costs have since gone up
further at the source.
"We seldom receive the same
price twice," he said.
Sources said the price limits
set by Government last month
are based on costs that had
changed even before the
controls came into force.
"Most of the items have
gone up at the sources since
the Commission checked," an
industry spokesman said.
"Practically all of them have
gone up.
"A lot of them are now
landing at a cost higher than
the controlled wholesale price,
4nd some are even landing at a
cost higher than the controlled
retail price.
CANCELLED
"I understand a lot of the
wholesalers have cancelled
outstanding orders until this
can be straightened out," the
source said. "More than likely,
the town will be out of certain
items before too long. I'm
talking about what the
Government calls breadbasket
items."
Sources said the pegged
wholesale and retail prices
provided "a fair and reasonable
profit margin," based on the
cost figures at the time the
prices were fixed. But costs
have increased; and this
increase has not been taken
into consideration.
"If controls have be
instituted, they should have
been to limit the mark-up, not
the dollars-and-cents price.
Then there wouldn't have been
any problem. But they pegged
the prices at a fixed level, and
it has caused a lot of trouble,"
one source commented.
As soon as price controls
were brought into effect,
industry sources said,
wholesalers and retailers
brought facts and figures
before the Prices Commission
to show the Government's cost
figures were out of date, and
the pegged prices therefore
unrealistic.
The Commission has yet to
take any action, and many of
the items are being sold, at
both the wholesale and the
retail levels, at a loss.
Wholesale food dealers have
lodged a new appeal, and Mr.
Vincent Higgs is to represent
the wholesalers at a meeting
with the Commission on
Tuesday.
IMPOSSIBLE
"It is impossible to sell
goods for less than they are
costing us," Mr. Higgs declared.
A further complaint by food
dealers is that a number of
"obviously luxury" items have
been included in the list of
controlled goods, even though
the list was to have
encompassed only essential
commodities.
It was pointed out that. for
example, butter is certainly ai
essential, but the prices of
certain brands clearly place
them in the luxury bracket.
Land O' Lakes butter has
been pegged by Government at
$1.42 a pound, and June Dairy
at $1.24 while almost all the
other brands of butter have
been frozen at 68 cents a
pound.
"Land O' Lakes and June
Dairy are clearly luxury
brands," a source said, 'They
should not be controlled."


A DEMOLITION CREW moved onto property on Farrington Road this morning to
tear down this home owned by Lucy Rahming but unoccupied at the time, and the home
nearby of Marion Miller. Other homes on the site were demolished by a bulldozer last
Friday on orders, it is understood, of the family who claim ownership of the property.
The occupants were evicted by a court order. PHOTO: Philip Symonette


..... AND AFTERWARDS
MRS. MARION MILLER, second from left in the background, looks at her worldly
possessions put outside before a crew of workmen arrived this morning to destroy her
home on Farrington Road.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


Farrington Road youth defies workmen



who ordered to demolish his home

By MIKE LOTHIAN
A FARRINGTON ROAD YOUTH this morning defied police and workmen to defend his home,
but his stubborness only delayed the demolition of his wooden home for 45 minutes.


US Treasury

Secretary here

for conference
GEORGE Shultz, Secretary
of the Treasury, arrived from
Washington this week with Dr.
John Dunlop, Director of the
Cost of Living Council, to
attend the Time Fortune
Sports-Illustrated Energy
Conference 1973 at Lyford
Cay.
The publications are hosting
the conference, which brings
together members of business
and government to discuss
ways of finding solutions to
the world's energy needs while
maintaining a concern for the
environment.
The meeting, held at the
Lyford Cay Club, is attended
by about 85 delegates, who are
accompanied by their wives.
The conference opened on
Thursday and ends tomorrow.
JOE LLEIDA IS
MUCH IMPROVED
MR' JOSEPH Lleida, who
entered hospital on April 3 was,
reported today as much
improved, but was expected to
remain at the Princess Margaret
lHospital for a further two
weeks.
Mrs. Lleida said today both
she and her husband were very
grateful to the number of
people who volunteered blood
on behalf of Mr. Lleida.
COLLISION & CRASH
DUE TO HUMAN ERROR
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIt.
(AP)--The collision and crash of a
Space Agency jet and a navy
aircraft that took 16 lives
apparently was caused by humans
error, the navy said today.
"Someone made an error ,t
course" in the collision that sent
the navy turboprop and the larger
jet plummeting in flames onto a
golf course Thursday as the twoi
planes approached the navy's
Moffett Field for landings, said
Rear Adm. Herbert S. Ainsworth.
One person survived the crash.


The six workmen, hired by
the family who claim
ownership of the Farrington
Road property, took several
hours this morning to tear
down a house owned by Lucy
Rahming who moved out
this week before moving at
about 10:50 to tear down
another house, owned by
Marion Miller.
Colin Ilenchell, apparently
in his late teens or early
twenties, a relative of Mrs.
Miller's who lived with her,
stood on the porch of the
house and defied the workmen
to lift a hammer or crow-bar
against his home.
When young Ilenchell
ignored a police constable's
request to move so the
demolition could proceed, the
workmen walked a few yards
away and waited while the
policenian called for
re-inforcemrents.
Given when three more
policemen arrived on the scene
at about 11:30, ttenchell for a
tew minutes stood his ground.
INTO RAIN
But hie finally stepped from
the porch and told the
wo01rkmen:
"I hope you glad to see
people put out in the rain. But
don't worry, I'm going to make
sure this come back in your
lace."
The labourers began their
work, but under continued
harassment from Ilenchell -
all but one of the policemen
had left first one then
another of the workmen left
the house until, by about
11.45. only one rman remained
inside, knocking out walls and
wckening supports. The rest
of the crew went back to work
only when the house was ready
to be pulled down by a length
ofl cable.
IToday's destruction was the
final stage in the deomlition of


five homes and a grocery store,
which was started by a
bulldozer on Friday, April 6.
Named in the eviction
notices were Mrs. Miller, Mrs.
Rahming, Stanford Strachan,
Earnest Davis and Muriel
Ingraham.
The homes of the latter
three and Mrs. Rahming's small
grocery store were all flattened
by the bulldozer last week. A
part of Mrs. Miller's home was
also brought down at the time.
EVICTED
The 17 people who occupied
the buildings were evicted and
their homes ordered wrecked.
Their dispute is with the family
of the late Albert Smith.
The tenants, who had lived
on the property for from 17 to
31 years, had paid rent to Mr.
Smith and, on his death, to his
son Leander.
When Leander died some
two years ago. friends of the
family are reported to have
told the Farrington Road
tenants the property was
Crown Land, and as a result
the tenants have refused to pay
rent to Leander Smith's heirs.
Mrs. Miller has claimed she
was recently told by the l ands
and Surveys Department that
there was no ownership of the
property registered. She was
advised to obtain the services
of a surveyor and a lawyer and
to take steps to quiet her title.
She has occupied the site, she
said since 1942.
A senior official of the
department told The Tribune
that the Crown has no land
anywhere on Farrington Road.
All the tenants, except Mrs.
Miller, had by today found
accommodations elsewhere.
But as she watched her home
being destroyed this morning
her daughter was out looking
for another house into which
they could move.


LOCAL BANK


ORDERED TO PAY


BACK $155m.


OF I.O.S. FUNDS

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Itr, c' li.i uint d that Bahitiillnis
('olII1nn .n CItll h tilink Ilnust pal
th, (> .tsc .i l DcI ehopment
Hl.i k I iicink,,tii, S A. the
SI S 42 i)ill,>n ) which was
idtle )lsiteC ilth it ,in behalf of
l ive IO S nii tit i til IM ldi .
li ti' ()rdcr, irtid dlit down
April I ? ii'h t that
rt' ,i', ll -i l bc iin it 11;a 1 series
2.I 1 l~itiiiten', lWicunning the
I-,, l tln .i!i l m ir atintg on
I :- 0 c.,: 1, l i 1 'l 7(,.
S t 11 1 d 1 .1 h A m a s
('(lliill i w t' lltli t 'l.iilt in
making I thlic s r .nid aiid third
piaymllients itlln sevet n days of
the due date iand lthe remainder
within 21 kla s Itl lheii due
date, th whol c milctanding
balance will hAve to Ib' p;i l itA
one line.
The dispute between i n"
Overseas IDevelopmenrit Bank
and Bahamas, commonwealth .
b o t h subsidiaries of
International ancirp Ltd.,
was settled iouti of court The
Tribunti understands.
Bahamras ('o inionwealth
Bank has been linked with Mr.
Robert Vesco who was lOS
chairman when International
Bancorp was formed.
HOL)IN(; (COMPANY
When IOS ran into
difficult ies with Swiss
authorities in 1971, it put its
Swiss, l.iixe miboutrg and
Bahanuan ban ks, into the
Baharmian holding company.
The $155.42 million
represents balances outstanding
on the funds whiIt were
originally deposited with tihe
Luxenimbourg bank then
subdeposited with B('B
Olt,'9 ran the risk of losing
its licence when the
Luxembourg Commissioner of
Banks ordered the money
repatriated. The funds were
deposited with BCB between
October 4 and November 27,
1972, and subsequently placed
in trust in banks in Canada,
New York, and Nassau.
The installment pa) ments are
to be made as follows: April
12, 1973 $52.5 million;
May 12, 1973 $41.5 million
June 12, 1973 $42.4 million;
December 31, 1973 $2.5
million, June 30, 1973 $2.5
million. December 31. 1974
$2.5 million; June 30, 1975
$2.5 million December 31,
1975 $$2.5 nlillion; June 30,
1976 $2.5 million Decenmbter
31, 1976 $4 million.
Overseas Development Bank
was represented by Mr. Paul
Baker, Q.C. and Mr. Colin
Callender. Representing
Bahamas (Conimmonwealth was
the Ihon. Eugene Dupuch, Q.C.
and Mr. Peter (Graham.
Linked as co-defendants
wit i Bahanmas Commonwealth
at their request were the IOS
funds, which asked to be
included "in order that the
matter may be effectually
determined."
They were represented by
Messrs. Kendal Isaacs, Q.C. and
Oswald Isaacs.

JACKIE & ARISTOTLE
HERE ON CRUISE

Till YACH(T ('CHRISTINA
with Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy
Onassis aboard, arrived here 3
p.m. yesterday and anchored
off the bar.
Aboard with Mrs Onassis
were her sister Princess Lee
Rad/iwell and her two children
Antoine and Anna, and Mrs.
Ka> Lerner.
I 'he children flew to Miami
shortly afterwards aboard an
I astern Airlihnes flight.
Mrs. Onassis's husband,


( reek shipping magnate
Aristotle Onassis, arrived by
private iet from New York at 8
p in to join his wife. who met
him at the airport.
lie Christina, which sailed
in front leuthera, was
expected to leave today on a
cruise of the Abacos.


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Saturday, April 14, 1973.


'NEW LOOK LONDON' PROMISE U.S. tlL REFINERY


Police raid over 100 DIE IN BRUTAL Labour record huge LSES 2 TANKS
oft i AMWOiMi&


TWO AMERICAN STORAGE lANKS BLOWN UP
BEIRUT (AP) A group called the Lebanese ReRRevolutionary Guard
is claiming responsibility for blowing up two giant storage tanks at an
American owned refinery south of Beirut earlier today. The group added it
will strike at what it called "all imperialist reactionary bases in the Arab
world."
Lebanese government officials say the raiders were armed and had
planted explosves on 16 other tanks in the refinery, but officials say swift
action by Leb. nese army demolition teainms saved them. There are no
reports of injuries.
LEBANON ADVISED TO LEASH GUERRILLAS
WASHINGTON (AlP)-i'he U.S. reportedly is pressuring Lebanon to
leash the Palestinian guerrillas encamped within its borders. Sources in
Washington say the pressure on Lebanon is at the heart of a diplomatic
campaign waged by Washington daily since the latest round of Palestinian
and Israeli attacks in the Middle I ast.
It's understood the U.S. does nor accept the argument that Lebanon
cannot exert greater restraints on the Arab guerrillas. At the same time.
U.S. officials arc said to understand that xebanon is not strong enough to
shut down the guerrillas completely.
U.N. POSTPONE NEXT SESSION ON MIDDLE EAST
UNITII) NATIONS (AP)-Thie United Nations Security Council has
postponed until Monday its next session on the Middle Last. The delay
apparently is to allow I gypt's Foreign Minister time to confer with
Lebanese and other delegates.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister arrived last night at the U.N.
headquarters in New York. He apparently is organizing the stepped-up
U.N. offensive against the U S. and Israel over the Israeli raid into Lebanon
earlier this week.
STEPPED UP OFFENSIVE AGAINST U.S. & ISRAEL
UNITEDLI) NATIONS, April 14 (AP)- Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mohamned lHassan el-Zayyat was organizing a stepped up U.N. offensive
against Israel and the United States today over the Israeli raid into
Lebanon.
The Security Council had scheduled another session on the Middle East
today but postponed it until Monday, apparently to allow him time to
confer with lebanese and other delegates. Zayyat arrived Friday night.
At friday's Security Council meeting, the Soviet Union joined Arab
speakers in denouncing Israel and its U.S. backing. "The Soviet Union is
prepared to support effective sanctions, up to and including Israel's
explosion from the United Nations," said Ambassador Jacob Malik.
Informed sources said the United States had not altered its stance from
last year, when it vetoed a proposed Council resolution that condemned
Israel without mentioning Palestinian terrorism.
No resolutions have been introduced in this session, which began
Thursday.
'TERRIBLE REPRISAL' FOR U.S. COMPLICITY
BEIRUT (AP)--Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasser Arafat repeated Friday
a charge of U.S. complicity in Tuesday's Israeli raid on Beirut and vowed ai
"terrible reprisal."
In an interview published by two Beirut newspapers, Arafat added.
"they won't have long to wait." Whether he was referring to the Israelis or
U.S. interests in Lebanon, which the guerrillas have threatened to strike,
was unclear.
The U.S. State Department has denied three times in three days there
was any American role in the attack and called on Arab states to end
Palestinian broadcasts through their transmitters.
Arafat accused a former U.S. Ambassador in Beirut who is now a high
ranking State Department official of coordinating plans with Israeli
intelligence against the guerrillas.
The Al Fatah leader said the official, Armin Meyer, who served as,
Ambassador in Beirut 1962-1965, held contact with Ahron Yariv, who is
Israeli Premier Golda Meir's security adviser, to arrange the assassination of
a Palestine liberation organization official in Paris in January.
Arafat said a few days before the Israeli strike, U.S. intelligence leaked a
report claiming that the Central Intelligence Agency had monitored his
voice allegedly giving instructions for the killing of two U.S. diplomats in
Khartoum.
"The purpose of (leaking) this,' he said, 'was to justify the murder of
leaders in the commando movement.'
FULL REVIEW OF PRISONER TREATMENT CALL
NEW YORK (AP)-Former Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark said today that he
had no knowledge that American prisoners he saw In a Hanoi prison camp
last year were tortured into seeing him. "I had no knowledge of torture ....
I think tctIure Is unacceptable. I'd like the full story to come out," he said.
Navy Lt. Comdr. David W. Hoffman, 32, a released prisoner, said
Thursday at a news conference in a Saq Diego Naval Hospital that he was
tortured into making appearances with Clark and actress-activist Jane
Fonda.
Hoffman said he hd a broken arm in a cast and was hung by it several
times and allowed to drop at the end of a rope from a table which was
kicked out from under him.
Asked at a news conference here about Hoffman's statements, Clark said
he had seen Hoffman and other prisoners only in their rooms and in their
dining hall and that no news conference was held.
He called for a full review of the treatment of prisoners.
ELLSBERG'S TESTIMONY POSTPONED AGAIN
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Daniel Ellberg's testimony at the Pentagon
Papers trial was postponed for a second day today because of the illness of
his chief attorney.
Other defense attorneys reported that Leonard Boudin, who has a heart
condition, will require medical tests over the weekend, but they said it is
likely that Boudin will be able to resume questioning Ellsberg on Monday.
U.S. district court judge Matt Bvrne summoned jurors to the courtroom
and told them they would have another day off. Because of the judge's
court calendar on Monday, court will not resume until 1.30 p.m.
Boudin's sudden illness interrupted Ellaberg's testimony Thursday.
SEVERAL BEING CONSIDERED TO HEAD FBI
WASHINGTON (AP)-President Nixon is considering a "whole list of
people" for nomination as FBI Director but the possibilities do not include
members of the Supreme Court, a White House spokesman said Friday.
That information was volunteered by Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler
after noting a broadcast report had said Justice Byron White was in the
running for the post.
Nixon's first choice for the job, L. Patrick Gray II, asked last week that
his nomination be withdrawn after it became mired in a controversy over
the FBI's investigation of the Watergate bugging case.
Ziegler first singled out White, then later expanded when he said "no
other members of the court are being considered."
He would not identify anyone on the list of possible nominees, saying
only that "a number of individuals are under consideration" and that Atty.
Gen. Richard G. Kleindienst has provided Nixon with some names.
BRIMICOMBE RELEASED AFTER RANSOM PAYMENT
BUENOS AIRES (AP) British executive Francis lrlmicombe
kidnapped last Sunday was released by his captors Friday night after a
undisclosed ransom was paid, a relative of the executive said.
The friend said Brimicombe, president of the Nobleza Tobacco
Company, is in good health but that he had been beaten during his
captivity.





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LONIDON (AP) British police, coordinated by Scotland Yard
and led by intelligence agents, swooped on more than 100 homes
in six cities at dawn Friday in a hunt for Irish guerrilla bombers.


Scotland Yard said a
quantity (o timing devices and
batteries had been sei/ld and

TOP IRA CHIEF

CAPTURED, MORE

ULSTER VIOLENCE
B1U I.1 AS I (Al') Army
headquarters near HelIfast, the
Northern Ireland capital, reported
the arrest of a top IRA officer and
added: "It is our most important
capture this year."
lHe was identified as Scan
Keenan, chief of the provisionals'
3rd battalion. He apparently is not
related to the Sean Keenian who has
long been a pro Irish activist in
Londonderry, the province's second
city.
Gun battles erupted during the
night in the Suffolk area of West
Belfast in the first serious direct
clash between Catholics and
Protestants for several weeks. The
fighting apparently was triggered by
Catholic families moving into
houses recently vacated by)'
Protestants.
An angry row erupted around
the shooting by British tr oops
Thursday night of 2') year old
Fdward O'Rawe, identified as an
IRA training officer.
Time army said ()'Rawe was
carrying a gun when surprised by a
patrol in the Lower I alls District ,of
West Belfast. People in the area,
however, claimed he was corneredl
in an alley and shot while unarmed.
MI R) Ol R
Paddy Kennedy, a Catholic
member Iof the suspended
provincial Parliament, said "it was
cold blooded murder by troops."
The sectarian feuding crackled
around the predominantly
Protestant Suffolk housing estate.
Security officials suspected it was.
triggered because several Catholic
families have recently moved into
houses there.
That's an old story in Northern
Ireland's communal strife.
A short lived cease fire by the
IRA's 'provisional' wing ended in
the neighboring l.enadoon estate
last summer over the same conflict
when Catholic militants marched
there to force the resettlement of
Catholic families bombed out of
their homes in another Protestant
quarter.
"This is the sort of thing that
touches off violence between the
two communities," an army officer
commented. "And when that
happens, it usually means another
round of killings and shooting."
There were no immediate reports
of any casualties in the shooting.
Nor in the string of ambushes by
guerrillas on army patrols in nearby
Andersonstown, a Catholic district
that has been the scene of bloody
clashes between troops and gunmen
in the past. The IRA operates there.
The troopers fired back at the
guerrillas, but claimed no hits.
SHOT D)EAID
Thursday night, however, they
killed one guerrilla and wounded
another in a shootout in the Lower
Falls quarter, another Catholic area
where the IRA operates.
That raised the province's known
death toll from more than 314 years
of bloodshed to at least 772.
The dead man was identified as
Edward O'Rawe, quartermaster for
the provisional's 2nd battalion
operating in the falls. IRA
quartermasters are key men because
they are in charge of all arms aind
explosives caches for their units.
The two IRA men were spotted
by troops who shot them as they
tried to escape. Two other IRA
suspects were later grabbed.
The shooting sparked a series of
gunfights. Guerrillas lobbed several
grenades at troops and wounded
two later in an attack on an army
armored personnel carrier.
Four civilians, an elderly woman,
a child and two teenagers, were
wounded in a rocket attack on an
armoured car.
In Londonderry, four soldiers
were mowed down when IRA men
detonated a home-made Claymore
mine as a patrol passed it. One of
the trooopers was reported in
serious condition.
The army said troops captured
another provisional leader in a
swoop through Andersonstown. He
was named as liammon Brennan,
executive officer of the IRA's first
battalion operating in the area.
Brennan was later interrogated by
Intelligence officers about the
battalion's affairs, particularly the
alleged embezzlement of about
150 ,000 pounds, or 375,000
dollars, from the unit's fighting
fund.
While troops scoured the district
for the provisionals' Belfast brigade
commander, Seamus Twomey, and
his deputy, Gerry Adams, Cathal
Goulding, Chief of staff of the rival
Marxist 'official' wing of the IRA,
slipped through a security cordon
in Armagh to attend the funeral of
one of his officers killed by troops
last week.


14 men detained for
questioning.
In one of Britain's
biggest-ever police operations
more than 500 detectives
converged on homes in
London, Glasgow,
Birmingha m, Manchester,
Liverpool and Coventry,
looking for Irish Republican
Army (IRA) sympathizers and
supporters.
They were accompanied in
many cases by dogs trained to
sniff out explosives.
Scotland Yard said the
swoops were connected with
last month's twin bomb
explosions in London, with
recent post office letter bomb
explosions and with an
incident in Glasgow in which
explosives were said to have
been found in a Roman
Catholic church.
Police sources said Scotland
Yard feared a wave of IRA
activity in Scotland and
England possibly at Easter to
celebrate the anniversary of the
Faster rising in Dublin in 1916
which led to the founding of
the Irish Free State.
EXPLOSIONS
On March 8 two massive
explosions rocked London.
One person was killed and
more than 240 injured when
blasts erupted at the Old Bailey
Central Criminal Court and
near government ministry
offices.
Two other bombs were
defused before they went off.
The bombings were widely
believed to be the work of the
Irish Republican army, which
is fighting to wrest Northern
Ireland out of the United
Kingdom.
In the past two weeks two
small explosions have occurred
in London mail sorting offices.
There were no casualties.
In Glasgow, Scotland's
biggest city, police recently
discovered a cache of
explosives.
Scotland Yard said more
than 200 police officers were
involved in Friday's London


swoops alone.
The police making the raids
at an unspecified number of
provincial centres from
London in the south to
Glasgow in the north were
led by men of the Yard's
Special Branch which
specializes in politically-in-
spired crimes.
'The operation was
controlled by Commander
Robert Hluntley and
Commander Matt Rodger,
operational chief of the special
branch. Huntley is in charge of
the Yard's bomb squad.
Police sources said the
officers involved in England
had search warrants issued
under a 1971 criminal damage
law and those in Scotland had
warrants under an explosives
law of 1875.
14 HELD
At least 14 men were held
for questioning and police said
total arrests might reach 40.
Officers seized arms, explosives
and detonating equipment,
though apparently not in large
quantities.
A Roman Catholic priest
was among four men held in
Coventry in the English
Midlands. Lawyers named him
as Father Patrick Fell and said
they had been refused access to
him.
Six men were held in
London, mainly in the
northern suburb of Kilburn, a
known headquarters of the
IRA. Others were held in
Liverpool, Birmingham and
Manchester.
Similar pre-dawn raids were
mounted in Glasgow and other
Scottish cities, but no figures
on arrests were available.
Police said raids in Leeds,
Bristol, Bedford and Cheshire
yielded no results.


Roque


WORCESTER, ENGLAND
(AP) The murdered bodies
of two infant girls and their
brother were found impaled on
iron railings in a garden here
Saturday, police said.
Detective chief
superintendent Robert Booth
said the children's throats were
cut and their heads had been
savagely beaten.
Police informants added the
infants, aged between nine
months and four years, had
been sexually assaulted.
Booth said: "I have never
known a more brutal murder in
all my life, nor of any
investigator being confronted
with a more brutal murder."
Hie appealed for help from
anyone in the neighbourhood
who had heard a child's scream
in the night.
Detectives said the children
had been dragged from their
beds late Friday night. They
were found partially clothed in
the back yard of a house two
doors away.
The police sources said:
"The men who found the
kiddies say it was the most
sickening and savage act of
violence they had seen."
As police with tracker dogs
combed the neighbourhood for
the murder weapon Saturday a
plastic tent covered a row of
bloodstained, spiked railings in
the garden where the children
lay.
Police gave this background
to the slaying which numbed
residents of Gillam Street in
this quiet cathedral city.
The children were Samantha
Jane Ralph, nine months;
Dawn Maria Ralph, two years
and Paul Kenneth Ralph, four.
BARMAID
At 7:30 p.m. Friday,
their mother Dorothy,
24, went out to work at the
Punchbowl Tavern two miles
away where she was a weekend
barmaid. Three hours later her
truckdriver husband Clive, 29,
went to pick her up.
Police said: "At some stage
during the evening a lodger was
also at the house." The lodger
was identified only as a man in
his early 20s.
The children were sleeping
and 'quite content' when the
mother left.
When the parents returned
about midnight, they had
disappeared and their bedroom
was 'in chaos.'
The police were summoned
and they quickly found the
tiny bodies in the garden of
grey-haired Mrs. Nellie Gurney.
She told newsmen she had
been watching late night
television and heard nothing
until detectives knocked on her
door.
"I thought the police were
after a prowler," said Mrs.
Gurney. "I wasn't curious and
they didn't tell me the bodies
were in my garden."
Mrs. Gurney added she often
saw the older children "a
nice little boy and girl"
playing in their yard.
LOVELY BOY
Miriam Sherwood, who runs
a general store opposite the
death scene, said the boy had
often come to collect groceries
for his mother. "He was a
lovely little fellow," she said.
"Hie was always laughing and
playing about."
Police said the parents and
the lodger were "helping with


inquiries."
But detective superintendent
Stanley Dixon said there was
'no suggestion of an early
arrest and charge."
He added: "This murder was
the most terrible sight one
could ever see and we don't
know what the motive was."

CALLS FOR NEW CONTROLS
ON PORNOGRAPHY
LONDON (AP)-A backbench
member of Parliament called Friday
for new controls on pornography
that would let people pursue "their
own way to hell" in private, but
would keep smut off street corners.
He won a government promise to
draft just such a law, but only after
one of the liveliest debates In the
House of Commons this year.


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local elections


By Arthur L. Gavshon
LONDON (AP)- Opposition Labourites stormed to power
Friday in London and the big six urban centres of England and
Wales with promises to transform the life and look of the cities.
Their victory in local elections was like a political left hook to the
iaw for Prime Minister Edward Heath.


His Conservative government
glimpsed the spectre of defeat
in the nation's next ballot, due
by mid-1975.
But Heath, a shrewd and
determined campaigner, seems
certain to heed the warning he
has been given and he has time
to rally his supporters.
Labour's win was expected,
but its extent was stunning.
It regained the control it lost
over Greater London six years
ago. Just as firmly, it
established mastery over the
six super Metropolitan councils
of Greater Manchester,
Merseyside, Tyne and Wear,
West Midlands. West Yorkshire
and South Yorkshire. And it
took over 11 other key
councils.
All this, under a new
electoral system, means easily
more than half the nation will
be under Labour rule in local
government terms when the
reconstructed councils begin
working next year.
NEW POLICY
A beaming and elated Sir
Reginald Goodwin, Labour
leader in the Greater London
Council, spelled out to
newsmen what it would all
mean to 8V/ million
Londoners:
A new low-fare policy on


leading ultimately to the goal
of free transportation.
Death of a controversial
Conservative programme to
ring the capital with a network
of three huge motorways. The
$212 billion scheme would have
swept thousands of homes out
of its path.
A fight to halt rent rises,
with an offensive planned
against property speculators.
He claimed Londoners have
given Labour a mandate to
make London a radical 'New
York' city of the future where
life would be fuller.
The fact that less than 37
per cent of the voters showed
up at the polls about half the
turnout expectable in a
national ballot did little to
dispel a sense of political
euphoria among top
Labourities.
Ron Hayward, party
secretary-general, hailed
Labour's achievement as "a
complete condemnation of the
Heath government's policy and
broken promises."
Jim Prior, chairman of the
conservatives, acknowledged
the setback. But he vowed the
government's "firm and fair
policies" will win back support


TI SAIiTEURS
BEIRUT, APRIL 14 (AP)
Armed saboteurs blew up two giant
seaside storage tanks at an
American-owned oil refinery south
of Beirut early Saturday and
planted charges on 16 more.
But government officials said
swift action by army demolition
teams saved the other 16 hug,.
tanks.
The army squads worked as a big
fire started by the two
blasts raged nearby. Firemen
battled to control the blaze.
The masked raiders struck in two
groups around I a.m. authorities
reported.
Six gunmen overpowered two
guards, two customs officers and
several refinery employees and
herded them at gunpoint to the
beach while another group of
raiders wired up the 18 oil tanks
with explosives.
It was not immediately known
why the charges taped to the 16
tanks did not explode with the
other two.
The two tanks that exploded
were owned by the Trans-Arabian
Pipeline Co. TAPLINE and the
Mediterranean Refinery Co. Both
are U.S.-owned.
A group called the Lebanese
Revolutionary Guard claimed
responsibility and said it would
strike at "all imperialist and
reactionary bases in the Arab
world."
"Oil feeds imperialism and
goes into planes and other
destructive weapons with which the
United States is generously
supplying the Israeli enemy," it
said.
"The attack on the refinery is
intended as a blow to the unholy
alliance between the United States,
Saudi Arabia and Lebanon that is
directed against the life and
independence of our people."
The refinery processes oil from
Saudi Arabia pumped by a U.S.
company.
REBELS DISRUPTING
ISLANDS' ECONOMY
MANILA, PHILIPPINES
(AP)-Government forces have
killed 68 Moslem rebels in southern
Cotabato Province in offensive
operations aimed at restoring full
government control of the area, the
Defense Department said today.


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Saturday, April 14, 1973.


EDITORIAL


All in a day's work


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
FROM TIME to time I have referred to a farm which we
developed to feed our family during the second world war.
Recently I have had some enquiries from readers of this
column about the land that the operation covered and what was
planted there.
I will give details of our operation in the hope that some of our
people may realize the importance of seeking some security in the
land in a limited form of domestic farming at this time when the
future for these islands may be clouded in doubt.
******** 4*
We now have ten acres of land. At that time we had only six
acres, about two of which were devoted to the fanning operation.
What did we have growing on this area?
I suppose I would be correct in saying .... just about every kind
of food and fruit produced in the tropics .... breadfruit, coconuts,
mamee, many varieties of grapefruit, limes, lemons and oranges.
Surinam and ordinary local cherries, tangerines, tangeloes,
quinquots, several varieties of guavas, sapodillas, soursop, pears,
ackee, mangoes, sugar apples, mamee suppotos, burgomots, sour
oranges, papayas, scarlet plums, governor's plums, grapes.
We have several magnificent date palms but they proved to be
barren.
I love hog plums but we had no luck. They are easy to grow
but every time I planted a stem something happened to it. In
most cases the animals destroyed it. Finally I gave up trying.
We had a large outlay of bananas. They produced magnificent
bunches. About 200 bunches were almost ready for cutting when
a hurricane struck and destroyed them all. We replanted some of
the suckers but that blow seemed to do something to the land ....
they didn't thrive .... and we didn't try very hard because we had
more than enough of everything else
We also had a patch with a large variety of vegetables.
** ***** *
This small area of land not only provided all the needs of the
family but we sold about 35,000 citrus in the market to pay the
expense of the operation. Oh yes, I used to take my products to
the market in a wagon. I have never had any false pride about
honest work. I shouldn't have any stupid pride about work
because in the army during the war I was required to do such
menial labour as even cleaning toilets. So what?
It was great fun .... I mean driving a wagon to market with the
products of my own land.
In addition .... from time to time we loaded our car with sacks
of fruit that we delivered to our friends and to such public
institutions as the Ranfurly Homes for Children. We continued to
do this until a few years ago but now the Immigration
Department would not let us have even one Haitian labourer so
the whole area will now grow up in weeds. Now there is nothing
left of the orchard or anything else but still it is a quiet retreat.

We had cows, goats, sheep, chickens, pigeons, doves, rabbits,
-pigs; also horses for riding and for use in the wagon.
We kept bees that produced orange blossom and logwood
honey. The logwood honey came from blossoms in a beautiful
logwoodd grove at the bottom of our garden. The orange blossom
-ioney was crystal clear with a delicate flavour, the logwood
:honey was darker with a distinctive flavour all its own. Both first
class.
SWe had a row boat and at our waterfront place we set fish traps
"at a nearby shoal. This yielded a daily supply of fish.
Two milch cows yielded about 20 quarts a day. The milk from
:one of the cows was so rich that it was easily beaten up with a
spoon into a rich yellow butter. Most natural butter is near-white
but our butter was a rich yellow. We also produced cottage cheese
from the milk.
"- In addition my wife used a pressure cooker in which she
preserved meats, fruits and vegetables to store up for emergency
occasions such as a possible hurricane. Some of this was kept for
-over 20 years after we gave up farming as a serious operation
when our children went abroad to school after the war.
The meat from our farm was so excellent that the butchers we
supplied advertised it as prime American meat and charged a top
price for it. People who bought it asked for more.
So there you are .... that's our farm which we did as a wartime
measure.

You may ask what experience is required for an operation of
this kind.
I had had no previous experience with farming. Some of my
wife's uncles in Pennsylvania were farmers and so she had spent
school holidays on farms. At least she knew how to milk a cow.
She milked the cows until our two elder boys Etienne Jr.and
Bernard were big and strong enough to do this job. Wherever
they were after that they had to cycle home at 5 o'clock to bring
in the cows and milk them.

More important than any of this was what this operation did
for us as a family.
Every morning at 5 o'clock my wife and I and all our six
children were out in the farm ... digging planting, picking fruit


and attending to the animals. By the time we drove them to
school at 9 o'clock we had done a full day's work, which my wife
and the children continued in the cool of the afternoon while I
was at the office.
People who saw our land wondered what made it so
productive.
Two or three times a week we hitched a horse to the wagon
and drove to the beach at the east end of the island where we
gathered sacks of seaweed for fertilizer. If there was a pile of
horse dung on the road one of us climbed down from the wagon
and shoveled it in. The wagon went to East end empty but came
back loaded and so some of the children rode horseback or cycled
on this expedition. The children learned to sit a saddle before
they could walk. At the beach we also swam and raced the horses.

And then the screw worm fly struck. This plague was
introduced to the island with a boatload of uninspected sheep


WANTS GOVT. DECORATE TOWN


I1:DITOR, The Iribune
Please allow me space in
your valuable column to
express my opinion onil the
decoration ot Bay Street for
Independence F irst let [ie say
this money that is being spent
for decorations should be
collected and given to the
unemployed to help then get
bread for their children until
they can find iobhs
Second why do we the
public have to decorate Bay
Street with "Flower Baskets'
This should have been done
by Government because they
are the ones that Wa inlt
Independence T'hey are the
ones getting everything But
when it comes to decorating
and beautifying our streets and
Island we, tile public (and pool
people) have to do it
What we. the public, want to
know is. when is tovernmlent
going to decorate"'
The Cabinet Office is the
first building that should have
been decorated, so that when
the ships come in over the bar
and up the harbour, the first
thing that vvwould catch the eye
of the tourist would be the
baskets of flowers hanging
around the (abinet office.
Next when is our IHouse
of Parliament going to he
decorated' This building
should have been the second
building to be decorated. This
building would he the most
beautiful and outstanding one
to be decorated on Bay Street.
Why is the Government so
backward in doing their duty'
Next when is the (Crown
Lands Office going to be
decorated?
Then also the Government
buildings on Charlotte Street'?
The Court I louse on
Parliament Street and all the
rest of the Court Houses?
The Public Library?
And last but not least our
lovely Post Office?
I may have forgotten some
but these are the most
important ones.
Remember WE the public
are watching . and waiting.
We want to see all the
Government Buildings
decorated and if not we will
have to ask WHY'?
Surely not for lack of funds!
Once again, "Thank You"
Mr. Editor.
"A TAXPAYER"


April 10th., 1973
Nassau.


No bed of roses


I I-TOR The I nbune,
I he Bahamian people are
finally being awakened to the
haish realities of independence.
It is not something handed to
us on a silver platter but rather
something for which we must
pay and pay dearly This has
been clearly seen in the form
of the new taxes now being
heaped upon us with more to
cone.
Mr. Ilanna has promised to
stop the leakage in both
expenditure anid revenue. This
is colmmendtable and we can
only hope that lhe achieves his
end. However, with regard to
all this freedom that is
supposed to be ours come July
10Oth, I would refer the
Bahanuian people to Simon
Xu/ine's book, "Postwar
I'conomic (Growth".
Quote" "Whether developed
or underdeveloped a small
nation suffers from the
disadvantages of a limited
internal market and division ol
labour and must rely heavily
on foreign trade which in the
case of close proxiimity to a
much larger developed nation,
often places it in a sattellitic
position to the latter. Under
these conditions, the economic
advantage although great, may
give rise to strains produced by
t lie fear of losing
independence and identity.
But, more important, under
conditions of hostility and
aggression, in the past and even
more today, the dependence of
small nations on their large
allies for protection impedes
the pursuit of an independent
poli.'y, even in the economic
field; and for the large nation
in a position of leadership,
which may have been thrust
upon it, this means a further
responsibility in addition to
the internal problems that arise
in the course of economic and
social change.
"It is in this connection that
the diversity in si/c stressed
above viz the co-existence of
a few large nations with many
small nations is most directly
relevant. It creates the basis for
the formation of blocs and the
interlocking of national and
bloc policies and interest raises
problems that are nroductlive


brought in from Cuba by Sir Ilarry Oakes after seeing my farm at
Camperdown. He felt he could do something like this to
contribute to the war-time economy of the islands because every
bit of food produced locally during that period saved hard
currency for the prosecution of the war.
This fly was a terrible thing. We had to spend hours every day
pouring tar oil into the open wounds on animals caused by this
fly and picking with tweezers the hundreds of worms that floated
to the surface from a single wound. The worms literally ate an
animal alive. The worm was hatched from eggs laid by a fly in an
open wound. Every time an animal delivered its young the
mother's vagina was attacked and the young's navel was
destroyed. For a long time we lost all our new-born lambs.
It was terrible .... even today my wife shies away from the sight
of mutton.

There is one thing I must make clear. The two acres of land
didn't produce enough fodder for the stock. Several times a week
we had to roam the countryside in the wagon cutting grass and
breaking boughs for the creatures. The really hard work was done
by the labourers we hired and housed on the farm but all of us....
even our smaller children ... shared in the action. And I might
say that this experience was the most valuable part of their
education. It taught them the dignity of labour.

I suppose I love the land and have a special feeling for it. Every
night when I came home from the office. no matter how late it
was .... I spent some time wandering around in the quiet of the
orchard.
Whenever any of the animals strayed in the bush the whole
family turned out to track it down. Sometimes it took half the
night to find a lost sheep. But every excursion of this kind
through the bush was an adventure.

During this period I was also running The Tribune and the
major War Materials Operation. I was a member of the House of
Assembly and several parliamentary committees. I was a member
of the Fighter Plane committee, the Agricultural and Marine
Products Board, the Health Board, the Duke of Windsor's
Economic Committee and Major Goldsmith's Prices Control
Committee. And finally, I was Honorary Consul for Haiti.
clearing the Bahamian fleet that was engaged in transporting
Haiti's banana crop to the American market after U.S. freighters
had been impressed into war service by the government in
Washington.

How did I do it all?
I don't know. All I remember is that I never missed a meeting
or an appointment .... and that it was all very exhilarating.

Remember .... you too could ease your family pressures by
producing some of your own food .... and at the same time you
will get joy out of seeing things you plant grow and blossom into
full bloom.

You may not believe it but even my efforts to interest our
people in the land was turned into a propaganda issue by Stanley
Lowe who was then publishing the now defunct Herald.
I made the mistake of calling it a peasant industry. It might
have been more discreet to name it a domestic economy.
But Mr. Lowe grabbed on the word "peasant" and kept on
telling people that I wanted to keep them down as peasants but
that I had no intention of making any of my children farmers.
The fact was that my children were already farmers, doing all
the chores connected with farm life.
What he failed to tell the people was that my family was the
best fed household in the islands during the war and that I had no
problem with rising costs in the shops. Indeed, the farm produced
enough marketable surplus to pay its own way.


ot I Ill Icr Interinational
stra.iIns.
Y abto e,. \. ,id \Mrs. John Q.
Puiibl Il,it i i, imlittcic how atird

ol tihe hI'n is to be ik-' dived
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think. Indke tlhiec will be
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waysuldc and ill. lI h ot iiers
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So. \1Ih and Mrs.
Indelpndenit ill/i'll. put on
the ws Il' .1ii io prepiled to do aiittle tor the
road ahead is e\tIcinely outigh.
Look dt Ills.% look arountid
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awailt to sii.' liow iv oui will
acqulit youisisel in your new
role ais intel nacllimial citi/en's.
Than ks ltr lie space,
Matl.iin I editor,
JAMES E. BROWN

Nassi l
April 10). 1973.
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fought i.ettisi slidiit'lls in a
guerrilla- like battll highlighting
polititil tension in thi nation. A
student and a; pregnant lli i lner
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74th.8HRH81 AHgliCSA Syl011 April 30 SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON SERIES CONVENTION


THE seventy-fourth Annual
Synod of the Diocese of
Nassau and the Bahamas will
convene on Monday, April 30,
with a concelebrated mass at
Christ Church Cathedral at 8
i.m. The Lord Bishop of the
Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Michael
Eldon, will deliver his Charge
to Synod.


.. . . . . U ..-- . .


Morning and afternoon
sessions, and if necessary,
evening sessions, will be held
on Tuesday and edncicd.,d ,
May 1Ist and 2nd at Holy ('ross
Parish HIlall, ighbury Park.
These sessions will be open to
the public.
Both Driest and lay delegates
from each parish, including the


VISITORS WELCOME I
JAMES N. COOPER. Pastor
P.O. Box N4450 Phone 2-1586,5-4320
Sunday Services at 9:45 and
S11 a.m., 7:00 p.m.ni
Wednesday Family Service
7:30 p.m.

NW TESTAMENT CHURCH
HIGHLAND PARK -DOLPHIN DRIVE North of Y.W.C.A.
We'd be delighted to have you visit us.

Baptist Bible Chrid
At Soldier Road & Old Trail Cemetery
I VANGELISTIC SERVICES
FRIENDLY PEOPLE!
woo SCHEDULE OF SERVICES:
SUNDAY: Bible School 10: a.m.
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Prayer & Praise 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY: Youth Fellowship 7:30 p.m.
- Pastor H. MILLS Phone 5-1339 P.O. Box N3622


Turks and Caicos, will attend.
The Synod will close with a
mass at the end of the last
session on Wednesday.
On Thursday, May 3rd, and
Friday, May 4th, there will be
a conference of the clergy. At
this conference Fr. Spencer, a
liturgical scholar of the Order
of the Holy (ross, will conduct
a discussion on the Liturgy.
On Friday. matters
pertaining to the Province and
Diocese will be discussed.

BISHOP ELDON'S

HOLY WEEK

ENGAGEMENTS
THE RT. Rev. Bishop
Michael Eldon, Bishop of
Nassau and the Bahamas, will
be the celebrant and preacher
at a high mass at Holy Cross
Church at 9 a.m. Palm Sunday.
At 9 a.m. on Holy Thursday
he will bless the oils at
Addington House Chapel.
From Good Friday through
Easter Monday the Bishop will
visit Exuma.
MODERN DAY
GOSPEL TONIGHT
UNDER the patronage of
the Hon. Cadwell Ambrister
the music club of C. H. Reeves
Junior High School presents Al
and the Visionaires in "Modern
Day Gospel" at the
Government High School
auditorium at 8 o'clock
tonight.
Many other groups will
appear. The proceeds will go to
the students travel fund.


OVER 60 representatives of
the committee responsible for
compiling the six-year cycle of
Lessons produced by the
International Sunday School
Lesson Series will hold their
meeting at the Holding Inn
Hotel, Paradise Island,
beginning the last week in this
month.
The International Sunday
School Lesson Series is
organized by an ecumenical
group representing the major
evangelical groups in the
United States of America,
Canada, and throughout the
world.
Last year this group of
churches celebrated the series'
1 00th anniversary.
These representatives will be
formally welcomed by the
Bahamas Christian Council 8
p.m. Sunday, April 29 at Salem
Baptist Church, Taylor Street.
At this service Prime Minister
L. 0. Pindling will address the
congregation on "The role of
Government in an Independent
Bahamas."
"The Minister of Education
and Culture the Hon.
Livingstone Coakley will speak
EASTER PROGRAMME
CALVARY BIBLE Church
choir will present their annual
Easter programme of music
and paintings at 7.30 p.m
tomorrow at the church on
Collins Avenue.


on "Education in the
Commonwealth."
The Chairman of the
Methodist Conference and vice
chairman of the Bahamas
Christian Council the Rev.
Edwin Taylor will speak on
' Religion in the
Commonwealth."


This is the first time that
this committee is meeting
outside North America. The
present chairman, the Rev. Dr.
Maynard P. Turner, Jr., is the
son-in-law of the Rev. Enoch
Backford, Superintendent of
the Bahamas Union
Association.


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How much does


daughter owe her mom?

By Abigail Van Buren
im IV caNsas Tlrele.. v. NMews Sy., ta-.
DEAR ABBY: How much does a daughter owe her
mother? Mom divorced Dad when I was five. I'm 23 now,
and Dad has paid her a generous alimony all these years,
plus child support which enabled me to have the best
clothes, music lessons, dancing lessons, and a college edu-
cation. Mom never had to go out and work.
I recently married a wonderful man whose work takes
him all over the world. At first Mom sulked because we
didn't ask her to live with us. Now she wants me to stay
home with her or invite her to travel with us. Abby, I love
my mother, and my husband is very considerate of her, but
he doesn't want to make It a steady threesome.
Mother is 56, attractive, and could easily marry again
but she says she won't let Dad off the alimony hook as long
as she lives. [She's bitter because he's happily married
now.]
I feel guilty leaving her. In fact, I feel guilty just
writing this. What should I do? LIFE OF MY OWN
DEAR LIFE: If you want someone to tell you not to
feel guilty, count me In. A woman who makes a martyr of
herself because she's determined to keep her husband on
the alimony hook doesn't deserve much sympathy. You'd
feel less guilty if you told her how you felt. It might cause
her to take a good hard look at herself and possibly change
her life's direction.

DEAR ABBY: We were planning a lovely big church
wedding for our daughter in June. Well, she got pregnant,
and she and her boy friend panicked and drove to Reno and
got married there.
Now she wants to be married in church by our priest.
[Do we have to tell him the truth?l Of course, the wedding
won't be as big and elaborate as the one we planned origi-


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5:49


THE LONG Island Regatta
Committee is sponsoring a
dance at the Lions Clubhouse
on John F. Kennedy Drive on
May 5 to raise funds for the
1973 Long Island regatta at
Salt Pond, Long Island, a
committee spokesman
announced.

LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE-- FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
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nally, but I wonder if we could still have
ring bearer? We promised my little niece
they will be so disappointed.


a flower gir and
and nephew, and
MRS. J.


DEAR MRS. J.: Under the circumstances I think sim-
plicity should be the keynote in this wedding. Discuss It
with your priest. And, yes, tell him the truth; he can count
and will probably be asked to baptize the baby in six
months.

DEAR ABBY: A girl with whom I work is getting
married soon. She and I have spent our lunch hour togeth-
er nearly every day since she came here a year ago. I was
quite sure she would invite me to her wedding, but the
other day she said she wasn't having anybody from the
office because if she invited one she'd have to have them
all or there would be hard feelings.
Abby, she isn't friendly with any of the other girls, and
I'm sure there would be no hard feelings if she were to
invite me. I am very hurt, and I don't know how I can
continue to have lunch with her every day and keep a
plastic smile on my face. If the situation were reversed, I'd
have invited her to my wedding. I think she should be more
concerned about hurting MY feelings than the feelings of
the other girls in the office who are mere acquaintances.
Should I tell her how hurt I am? Or should I let it
slide? HURT
DEAR HURT: Let It slide, dear. Some people don't feel
as close to us as we feel to them.
DEAR ABBY: My husband has made it plain that be
prefers the television set to me. Several of my women
friends have the same complaint. What could be the reason
for this? IGNORED
DEAR IGNORED: Maybe t's because he can turn off
the television when he wants to.

DEAR ABBY: We have been married for 26 years. My
wife works by choice, not because she has to.
Every morning she gets up at 5 a. m. Her office hours
do not begin until 8 a. m. and we live only 20 minutes from
her office, so you see there is no need for her to get up at
that hour.
Here is the clincher: She bathes, dresses, and sits in
the kitchen playing solitaire from 5:40 until it's time to
leave for the office.
It's been the same every morning with the exception of
Saturday, Sundays, and holidays. Am I married to some
kind of nut? OHIO
DEAR OHIO: What's nutty about your wife's routine If
she Isn't able to sleep beyond 5 a. m.? If she doesn't distart
you, why complain?
CONFIDENTIAL TO "PUZZLED IN HOPE, ARKANSAS:"
You are under no obligation to send the price of a gift Istead
of a gift. People who ask for CASHI instead of weddlaf git
are presumptuous. [Suggestion: Why don't you sad six other
people get together and send Amy Vanderbit's new book e
etiquette? I can think of sno gift more appropriate.




HELP


WANTED

PARADISE ISLAND LIMITED requires one
Chinese Chef to prepare gourmet Chinese dishes in
the Cantonese and Mandarin styles. Must have had 5
to 10 years experience in frist class Chinese
restaurants preparing Chinese and Mandarin dishes.
Must have also worked as a Sous Chef. Salary $200 -
$250 per week depending on experience.
Interested persons may call Personnel Department at
5-7511 or write P. 0. Box 4777 for appointment.


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DUE BACK FROM PARIS "'
MRS. MAE MORTON CURRY shown leaving for a
two-week course in advanced hair-styling in Paris. The
courses being sponsored by Modes et Creations de Paris,
who have joined with L'Oreal to conduct a special
English-speaking Assembly at the Sections d'Art de la
Coiffure. Mrs. Curry, owner of Mae's Beauty Salon, left
April 1 via New York and is scheduled to return home
tomorrow.



HELP

WANTED
PARADISE ISLAND LIMITED requires two Chef de Partie
to prepare all types of food for gourmet restaurants. Must
be able to make estimates, supervise and co-ordinate work
for personnel in kitchen. Must also assist in the
menu-planning, etc. Must be able to relieve at any station in
the kitchen. Should have done three years' apprenticeship
at major hotel or recognized restaurant or hotel school.
Should have at least 3 years' experience in preparation of
continental cuisine. Salary commensurate with experience.
Apply to Personnel Department or call 5-7511 for
appointment.


GEORGE MACKEY

GETS COPY OF

MAGNA CARTA
LONDON: THE ENGLISH
system of local government is
being studied by Mr.. George
W. Mackey, M.P. of the
Bahamas. He is among
twenty-four overseas delegates
attending a seminar in Britain
organised by the
Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association.
The visitors saw local
government methods in
operation when they went to
the south coast town of
Miadstone. The mayor,
Councillor K. M. Graham, gave
a reception in their honour and
later explained the duties of his
post.
Maidstone's town clerk, Mr.
T. Scholes, spoke in depth
about local government.
The parliamentarians also
met council officers discussing
with them housing planning
and health. Later they put
many questions to a "Brains
Trust" on local government
chaired by Mr. John Wells, MP.
During their stay in Britain,
which began on March 28, the
parliamentarians have also
visited the libraries of the
House of Commons and the
House of Lords.
The Commons' library has a
large reference section covering
many aspects of politics and
history which helps provide
MPs with background
information for their speeches.
In the Lords library the visitors
were shown the many law
books used by the Law Lords
when sitting in Courts of
Appeal.
MAGNA CARTA
A special visit was to
Runnymede near London
where the famous Magna Carta
was signed by King John in
1215. This is the document on
which British law is based. The
king under pressure from
noblemen, made written
pledges granting certain civil
rights. Four original scripts of
the charter still survive. The
delegates were all given copies
of the document.
An afternoon was spent at
one of the most modern
schools in London a 1,500
pupil comprehensive school for
boys and girls.


Id scholar donates painting to GHS
LOCAL ARTIST NICK SALIGAROS on Tuesday presented a seascape to Government
High School headmistress Mrs. Anatol Rodgers. The painting will go on permanent
exhibit in the main entrance hall as part of the school's independence programme,
featuring arts and crafts. Mr. Saligaros is a GHS old scholar. He held an exhibition of his
paintings on April 7 and 8 at the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel, with part proceeds
going to the Bahamas Mental Health Association. His donation to the BMHA came to
$1,000.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.
& M HA TO DISCUSS

VIOLENT CRIME
VIOI1TN'I crime, with a
particular emphasis on rape,
.will be discussed on Thursday,
SApril 19. at a meeting
organized by the Broadcasting
,Committee of the Bahamas
Mental Health Association.
FTo be held at St. Agnes'
School Ilall. the meeting will
start at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Members of tthe panel will
.be Senator Mizpah Tertullien
who will discuss the
psychology of violent crime,
Mrs Janet Bostwick who will
describe the legal aspects of
rape. Dr. Kirkland Culmer who
will describe the increasing
.incidence of rape among young
boys and Mr. Oswald Cuffey
who will discuss rehabilitative
methods for rapists.


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Bahamian doctor at Harvard
DR. David Allen, a
Bahamian who is instructor in At
psychiatry at Harvard Fo n nation
university, has been awarded families of battered children at
Fellowship for 1973. This is a Boston City Hospital In
national award made to addition, as president of the
socially active Doctors'
outstanding professionals for sociation of the Boston City
their contribution in the Association of the Boston (ity
their contribution in theial hospital, Dr. Allen is leading
maintenance of ethical the opposition against the
restraints in society. Mayor's proposed budgetary
As Kennedy Fellow, Dr. cutbacks for health care in
-Allen plans to continue his Boston.
:work at Havard in developing On April 20 he is scheduled
protocols for the introduction to be one of the key speakers
of ethical restraints in human t the annual meeting of theater
research. He is presently active at the anional Students Associationhe
as chairman of advisory National Students Association
councils to the Boston Health Conference in Philadelphia at
Department, using his method which time he will express his
for ensuring the rights of views on health care.
-patients involved in Recently, he was elected
-Psychosurgery and heroin president of the Black
-blocking agent research. Psychiatrists' Forum of Greater
Dr. Allen has introduced Boston through which he is
programmes in consumer setting up a programme to
ensure better psychological
health education and access of conditions in the Massachusetts


gets Kennedy -A


Fellowship
Prison System.
Dr. Allen intends to return
eventually to the Bahamas to
continue his work. Hie
considers the Kennedy award
in ethics a tribute to the
Rahamas. because it was here
that he received his basic
education and training.
Dr. Allen thinks that "the
Bahamas has a great future as
an independent nation because
of the religious perspective in
the Bahamian heritage." lie
says that "our strength will not
necessarily be in achieving total
economic security, but in
developing our religious
perspective in such a way that
we want for each other that
which we want for ourselves.
This is the basis of community
togetherness and
nationhood."


Commonwealth Of The Bahama Islands


TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS

The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday,
17th April, 1973 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the public Treasury
Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on
Thursday, 19th April, 1973 as follows:-
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars ........ B$4,000,000
The bills will be in minimum multiples of S100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91) days from the date of issue.

The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Monetary Authority. Details
of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in a letter of acceptance.

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:


THE BANKING MANAGER,
Bahamas Monetary Authority.

and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E.D. Sassoon
Building, comer of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3 p.m. on
Tuesday, 17th April.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from the
Bahamas Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state
the net price per cent (being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.

Ministry of Finance, Nassau
13th April, 1973


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training pro.gri.inmc in C(anada.
and will rtcIretur to \assiau
shortly to take up his neIw
position.
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Ili, cs te 'c. S il is scwcretaiy
ot llt 1()c 1)1 ( nrdoii C h.iptcr
aild Inl'il bt'i t lthe (.C aniadi n
\\ micnf's ( lut I the 3Bahatiis
\It Kerr is being appointed
to l. Ie' pIolsitiIc ini
Vai. oulver. C( anada.


JOAN NEELY RALPH MOXE'

2 GET PROMOTIONS AT

BUSINESS SYSTEMS


Business Systems L[imited
has announced the promotion
Ot Mr Ralph Moxey, as general
sales manager, and Mrs. Joan
Neel, as credit manageress.
Mr Moxey joined Business
Systems Limited eight years
ago in the capacity of office
supplies salesman. Mr. Moxey
was born in Weymss Bight
I lcuthera.
Mrs. Neely in her new
position as credit manageress
will be responsible for all


credits and collections
tier professional experience
included several positions with
the Ministry of Tourism, both
in Nassau and New York and
also as director of public
relations for Sonesta Beach
Hotel & Golf Club Born in
Nassau, Mrs. Neely was
graduated from Aquinas
College and also from the
Barbizon School of Modelling
in New York and Florida.

.'-i -.-


a


DIWITT Duncanson has
been promoted to the position
of food and beverage service
manager at Loews Paradise
Island Hotel and Villas.


RECEIVE PLAQUES FROM AT & T


THE FROSTED BOTTLE









Distributed in the Bahamas by Bethell-Robertson & Co. Ltd.


MR. J. RUSSELL FORD, Bahamas Telecommunications
Corp. executive chairman, presented R. I. Bartlett, acting
deputy general manager and Errol Leach, director of public
relations with plaques on behalf of AT&T (American
Telephone & Telegraph), for outstanding contribution to
the Florida/Bahamas Submarine Cable Project. The
presentation was made on April 9.
AT&T is part owner with BaTelCo for the submarine
cable that was recently commissioned by Prime Minister L.
O. Pindling.




I It









Gazebo Coffee Shop manager
MR. ROOSEVELT Adderlev way, managing director, s
has been promoted to the that Mr Adderley's promote
position of manager oft the canre as a result of the fine
Gazebo Coffee Shop. he has done during
Mr. Adderley first joined tlihe emplvoymient with the ho
hotel in 1968, as a captain in and that he is glad to add
the Imperial Dining Rooi In na.ie t to he ever growing
1970, he was promoted tI of B.ahai.iiian ke personnel'
assistant manager IrAidCe the hoti el
Winds lounge. Prior to that ie r dderlev is seen lb
was with the Clipper L.ounge as 1A le y ssen b
a captain conigrattitated by assistant I
In making the announce- nd b average director.
ment, Mr. John M. Galla- (Chailes 'Chuck Stubbs


MR. Joseph "Joey" Johnson
has been promoted to the
position of assistant director of
sales at Loews Paradise Island
Hotel and Villas.
Mr. Johnson joined the hotel
in April 1968 as a room clerk


aid
ion
job
his
tel,
his
list
1 at

being
ood
Mr.


Ili the reser, ations department,
ind was later promoted to
assistant maiinag er
Mr. JoIlnson irightl is seen
with Mr. Itm, toth Webster,
hliector ot sales


Above Mr. Duncanson
congratulated by Mr. John
Gallaway, managing director
he hotel.


NOTICE OF CROWN'S CLAIM
The Land Title (Carmichael Village)
Act 1968
It is hereby notified that the Crown claims to be
the legal and beneficial owner in fee simple of all
those three pieces or parcels of land firstly,
secondly and thirdly described below situate in the
vicinity of Carmichael Village and on both sides of
Carmichael Road in the Western District of the
Island of New Providence one of the Bahama
Islands, that is to say
Firstly
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Four Hundred and Twenty-five (425) acres or
thereabouts situate on the Southern side of
Carmichael Road as aforesaid and bounded
NORTHWARDLY by the said Carmichael Road
SOUTHWARDLY by Miller Road or Cow Pen
Road EASTWARDLY by a road Fifty (50) feet
wide leading from Carmichael Road to Miller or
Cow Pen Road aforesaid in the vicinity of Golden
Isles Dairy and WESTWARDLY partly by the
said Carmichael Road partly by Carker Hill Road
and partly by lands used by the Lazaretto or
howsoever else the same may abut and abound
which said piece or parcel of land is shown
bordered Pink on the plan on record in the Land
and Surveys Department and marked "Carmichael
Village Claim" SAVE AND EXCEPT those areas
together containing Sixty-five (65) acres or
thereabouts shown coloured Blue on the said plan.
Secondly
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Twenty (20) acres or thereabouts situate on the
Northern side of Carmichael Road as aforesaid and
bounded EASTWARDLY partly by Gladstone
Road and partly by lands now or late of Lawrence
Lightbourne SOUTHWARDLY by the said
Carmichael Road and partly by Adelaide Road and
NORTHWARDLY and WESTWARDLY by other
lands of the Crown or howsoever else the same
may abut and abound which said piece or parcel of
land is shown bordered Green on the plan as
aforesaid SAVE AND EXCEPT those areas
together containing Four (4) acres or thereabouts
shown coloured Grey on the said plan.
And Thirdly
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Three (3) acres or thereabouts situate on the
Northern side of Carmichael Road as aforesaid and
bounded NORTHWARDLY by lands now or late
of Da Costa Williams SOUTHWARDLY by the said
Carmichael Road EASTWARDLY by land now or
late of Harry Black and WESTWARDLY by lands
now or late of the Church of England which said
piece or parcel of land is shown bordered yellow
on the plan as aforesaid SAVE AND EXCEPT that
area containing Sixty hundredths (0.60) of an acre
or thereabouts shown coloured Mauve on the said
plan.
2. A plan of the said Island marked "Carmichael
Village Claim" may be inspected free of charge
during normal business hours at the Lands and
Surveys Department. Nassau.
"Carmichael Village Claim" may be inspected free
of charge during normal business hours at the
Lands and Surveys Department, Nassau.
3. Any person claiming title in fee simple to the
said land or any part thereof must file a notice of
his objection to the claim of the Crown. if this has
not already been done, with the Commissioner at
the Supreme Court, P. 0. Box 167. Nassau, on or
before the 30th day of May, 1973.
M. J. THOMPSON
Commissioner.


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WULFF ROAD THEATRE


From Page 4
American States create what is to
become the Pan American Union.
1865 U.S. President Abraham
Lincoln is mortally shot by actoi
John Wilkes Booth at lord's
Theatre in Washington, D.C., and
he dies the next morning.
1849 Flungarian DFT )
proclaims Independence with Louis
Kossuth as governor president.
1834 Republican uprising in
France is crushed by army under
Adolphe Thiers.
1672 Alliance is signed


between France and Sweden against
Dutch.
1639 Johan Baner leads
Swedish army to defeat Archduke
I.eopold William of Austria near
Chemnitz and subsequently lays
siege to Prague.
1629 Peace of Susa ends war
between IEngland and France.
1544 Denmark repudiates its
alliance with France.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Christian Huygens, Dutch
miatematican scientist (1629 1695),
William H. C. Bentinck, English
statesman (1I738-1809)


SUNDAY PORTRAITS

TOOGOODS...

OPEN SUNDAY
FROM 2 to 5

Especially for the
families.
ON THEWATERFRONT
/ ,, East of the Bridge --- Phone 54641



NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY
l Matinee 3 & 5, Evening 8:30--'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005


S "SHAMUS"PG.

Starring

SBURT REYNOLDS DYAN CANNON

S SUGGESTED FOR MA TURE AUDIENCES.
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
S reservations not canned by 8:15 will be sold
on firt come, first served bhu.


Now thru Tuesday Sunday thru Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2:15 Sunday continuous
Evening 8:30 from 4:45
"HANNIE CAULDER" R. from 3:00
Robert Culp "SOUTH OF HELL
Raquel Welch MOUNTAIN" R.
PLUS Martin J. Kelley
Anna Stewart
"BARBARELLA" R. PLUS

Jane Fonda "THE INVINCIBLE
SIX" R.
John Philip Law Stuart Whitman
No one uncer 17 will be admitted. Elke Sommer
'Phone 2-2534 No one under 17 will be admitted,


NOW THRU TUESDAY
Sunday Continuous from 4:30-'Phone 3-4666
Monday Matinee Continuous from 1:30, Evening 8:30



St RICHARD ROUNDTREE

P PLUS-

"SHAFT".
No one under 17 will be admitted. 3


Now showing through
Tuesday, "SHAFTS BIG
SCORE," plus "SHAFT"
Sunday showings continuous
from 4:30. Monday and
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 1:30, evening 8:30. No
one under 17 will be admitted.
Wednesday through Friday,
"THE TEN COMMAND-
MENTS," there will be one
matinee only starting at 3:00,
and ending at 7:30. Evening
performances will be at 8:30.
The fascinating story of the
making of the TEN
COMMANDMENTS is depicted
in this movie, a Paramount
Pictures presentation which is
;'lso h'-!sdn on the life of


Biblical prophet Moses, born a
slave, but who grew up in
Pharoah's household as a son
and was educated as an
Egyptian Prince.
Produced by Cecil B.
DeMille in technicolour, this
movie which has been shown
to audiences throughout the
world time and time again, is
one of the most monumental
in history.
A picture of reverent and
massive magnificence, the story
is of how one man's character
was forged in the fires of
power, temptation,
self-sacrifice and love until he
was fit to receive God's law,


lead his people out of bondage live by law on the one hand
and teach them to live under and tyranny on the other are
the code that became the Charlton Heston as Moses and
fountainhead of several Yul Brynner as Pharoah
religious. Rameses II, with the tragic
Representing man's right to figure of Princess Nefretiri


SAVOY THEATRE


Starts Saturday night 8:30,
and olavs through Tuesday,
"'HANNIE CAULDER," plus
"BARBARELLA" Sunday
through Tuesday matinee will
be continuous from 2:15,
evening performance at 8:30.
No one under 17 will be
admitted. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
HANNIE CAULDER, a
Paramount Pictures
presentation starring Raquel
Welch, Robert Culp, Ernest
Borgnine, Strother Martin,
Christopher Lee, Jack Elam
and Diana Dors is the story of
a woman's revenge against a
group of bank-robbers and
cattle rustlers who kill the
members of her family during a
raid.
Taking on a setting in
Mexico, the Western movie
stars Raquel Welch as the first
'lady gunfighter who puts a
notch on her gun for every
man that she got.
The film was, however, shot
entirely on location in Spain. A
Tigon British Curtel
production in panavision and
colour, it was produced by
Patrick Curtis.
Wednesday through Friday
HICKEYY AND BOGGS,"
plus "RIO LOBO" matinees
continuous from 1:15, evening
8:30. Plus late feature Friday
night.
Big John Wayne, fresh from
his Oscar triumph, heads the
cast in Cinema Center Films'
action-packed western RIO
LOBO. It is a role uniquely
tailored to Wayne's talents, a
tough, bawling ex-Civil War
officer who frees a Texas town
of carpetbaggers and settles an
old score with a wartime
informer. All the ingredients
that have made Wayne the
box-office champion of all
time are intact lots of hard
riding, an explosive train
robbery, nerve-shattering gun
fights, and a few fist fights for
good measure.
RIO LOBO was filmed
principally on location in
Mexico and Arizona, where the
breathless and untamed
landscape provided a perfect
setting for the events before


WAYNE RIDES AGAIN Big
John Wayne, fresh from his
Oscar triumph, heads the cast
in Cinema Center Films'
action-packed Western, "RIO
LOBO," directed by veteran
Howard Hawks. The National
General Pictures release stars
Wayne as an ex-Civil War
officer who frees a Texas town
of carpetbaggers and settles an
old score with a wartime
Informer.
the after the Civil War
chronicled in the motion
picture. As second unit
director, famed action
specialist Yakima Canutt
helped stage the capture of the
Union gold train by a
Confederate band and other
spectacular scenes.
The script of RIO LOBO
was written by Burton Wohl
and Leigh Brackett6Hawks first
employed Miss Brackett to
write dialogue for Humphrey
Bogart in TO HAVE AND TO
HAVE NOT.
SECOND SEARCH REVEALS I
MORE MARIJUANA
SAVANNAH, GA., APRIL 13
(AP)--U.S. customs officials have
discovered an additional cache of
marijuana on a Colombian
freighter, boosting the total
marijuana seized from the ship this
week to 1,309 pounds.
Senior agent William Hunton said
three packages were found
Thursday in the same location
where 46 bags were discovered
Tuesday. He said the marijuana had
been stashed under the floorplate in
the engine room of the Adriana.
Hunton said someone apparently
"figured we wouldn't look there
again" and hid the dope.
Hunton estimated the marijuana
seized on Tuesday and Thursday
would value $523,900 in street
sales.


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standing between them in the
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Saturday, April 14, 1973.

SHIRLEY ST.
Now showing through
Thursday "SHAMUS"L
matineess at 3:00 & 5:00,
csening 8:30. Suggested for
mature audience, parental
discretion is advised.
Starts Friday, "BROTHER
SUN SISTER MOON"
matinees at 2:30 & 4:50,
evening 8: 30.


Excitings things are

happening at the Fabulous

Trade Winds Bar & Lounge

Paradise Island































WENDELL STUART

SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12:40
Make the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


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SEC1


REAL ESTATE
9 FOR SALE C9310
4 bedrooms 1 bath house. LARGI
Lot 80 x 100 Phone 4-2876. apart
$250 I
C9423 -- Thom-
FOR SALE 2-4777
Be your own LANDLORD, on --
profitable BAY STREET, Size C9382
57 on Bay and on Harbour BASIC
Side, by 240 depth. Store 40 x house
60, Offices, Apartments, Upper bathro
Floors, Warehousing. Two monthly
outside buildings used as ART evening
GALLERIES, loads or parking,
even warehousing. Finance C9462
available. Inquiries to NICK
DAMIANOS, DESMOND 2 bedr
INVESTMENTS LTD., with ca
MORTGAGEE. Dial 22033 new au
evenings 41197. 58201.
C9448 C9399
BLAI R ESTATES, AIRCC
RICHMOND AVE. bedroom
3 bedroom 2 bath, living dining Park Av
room, family room Telepho
aircontitioned. Large kitchen, C9306
laundry room. Front and rear ONE
patio, carport, walled in, bedroom
.landscaped garden with gates, extraoo
Fresh water well. Asking apartme
$55,000. Call 32675 after 6 and
p.m. fnd h.


C9424
FOR SALE
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's
quarters, spacious sitting,
lavishly furnished, one block
from beach rights, grounds 80
x 140, fruited, landscaped and
outside PATIO. Was
$50,000.00 Owner might
consider $46,000.00. Come see
- This deal can surprise you.
HIGHLAND PARK AREA -
Unfurnished house with three
bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious
living, extra large kitchen,
unfurnished with Air Condo,
refrigerator, stove, shutters,
and some drapes. Reduced to
$50,000.00.
Considered substantial built
house, and has pump for well
- water DIAL DAMIANOS
22033, 22305, Evenings
41197.
C9494
1 Lot 60 x 100 South Beach
Road. Plans available.
1 lot Pinewood Gardens. 50 x
100. Both lots $9,000 CASH.
Write: P. 0. Box N3405,
Nassau.


C9499
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD. offers a
selection of apartment sites in
good rental areas on New
-Providence with easy finance
terms available. Also a
selection of choice residential
lots in the East, West and
South at low cash prices or
easy monthly instalments.
A large lot ideal for commercial
development or apartments
200' x 430'. Price $10,000.
For information and
appointments call 23921.
C9458
FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom,
two-bath residence in
quiet cul-de-sac off Village
Road. Three bedrooms,
two baths, living-dining,
porch, patio, laundry,
large utility, carport etc.
Fully airconditioned.
$67,000 furnished.
*2. Outstanding residence
Montagu Heights, hilltop.
Three bedrooms, three
baths, dining room, living
room, porch, kitchen,
laundry, two-car garage,
air-conditioned. Large lot
beautifully landscaped
with bearing fruit trees.
Delightful swimming pool
area with barbeque, bar
etc., all conveniences,
changing room etc.
$150,000 furnished.
3. 1-storey residence
Montagu hilltop area. Five
bedrooms, four
bathrooms, living room,
dining room, family room,
porch, patio, kitchen,
laundry, carport, etc.
$80,000 furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. 0. Box N8164,
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042

jWMTS TO RENT
C9502,
IRITISH HIGH COMMISSION
require four bedroom house on
long lease. Tel: 21008.
C I A l


EXECUTIVE requires large
three or four bedroom
furnished home in East to
lease. Prefer ocean view. Phone
4-1150 for Mrs. Thompson, or
2-3367._

FOR RENT
C9445
ATTRACTIVE well located 2
bedroom apartment. $325 per
month. Phone 4-3017.
C9437 "
CONVENIENT dowrn wn
furnished apartments. One or
two bedrooms. Utilities
included Telephone 2-2836.
C9365
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.
C9308
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
innir 4-2017 7


Apartm
Avenue
Bay St
laundry
aircond
between


FOR IENT T


E ONE BEDROOM
ent, nicely furnished.
per month.Call Chester
Ppson Real Estate
-8.

ALLY FURNISHED
3 bedrooms 21
oms. East $375
y. Phone 42228, 42198
is, weekends.


PALMDALE
room furnished house
airport, utility area has
tomatic washer. Phone


)NDITIONED one
n apartment Shirley
venue. $175 per month.
one 58134.

EXTRA large two
TIS two bath, and one
large one bedroom
ent. With large living
dining all basically
ed Victoria Court
ents on Elizabeth
between Shirley and
reet. Facilities, phone,
parking T.V. antenna,
itioned. Phone 54631
n 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


C9482
Two-Bedroom House in
Shirlea, Essex Street.
Unfurnished. Call Patsy Key -
22446.
C9479
TWO STOREY open span
warehouse 100 x 80. Situate
on Farrington Road. For
Information telephone 2-4782.
C9477
BRIGHTLY FURNISHED
TWO-BEDROOM
APARTMENT, CAREFREE,
CABLE BEACH. BALCONY,
TELEPHONE, AIRCONDIT-
IONING, GRECIAN POOL,
PI RVATE BEACH.
EVENINGS 77849.
C9259
SPACIOUS SPACE suitable for
office or school with ample
parking at a very reasonable
rate. Chesapeake Road and
Jerome Avenue in Pyfrom's
Addition. Phone 2-4536.
C9313
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.r-
5-3418.
C9496
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath, house with carport, lawn
and private yard. Call 32731.
C9492
FULLY airconditioned 2
bedroom apartment -
Centreville near Z.N.S. ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.


C9474
NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, newly decorated.
Rent includes gardening service
- B$500 per month. Fully
furnished, available now.
WEST BAY STREET 3 beds,
3 baths, on waterfront. Wall to
wall carpeting throughout,
furnished.
GROVE, OFF WEST BAY
STREET 2 nicely furnished
3 beds, 2 baths, available 1st
May.
DELAPORTE POINT 3
beds, 2 baths, town house,
available 1st May.
SAN SOUCI just off Eastern
Road 3 beds, 2 baths -
furnished or unfurnished.
PROSPECT RIDGE
CONDOMINIUM 3 beds, 3
baths, town house, available
1st May
WESTWARD VILLAS 3
beds, 2 baths, available 1st
May.
CONCHREST 2 beds, 2
baths, beautifully furnished
apartment, available 1st May.
No children, no pets
NEAR BALMORAL 3 beds,
2 baths, good family home -
has dishwasher available 1st
May.
NEAR SAUNDERS BEACH -
2 beds, 1 bath, in pleasant
cottage colony available
now.
TOWERS OF CABLE BEACH
AND CAREFREE 2
bedroomed and 1 bedroomed
apartments available now -
no children, no pets.
ARDON COURT, OFF
MARLBOROUGH STREET -
one 2 bedroomed apartment,
one 1 bedroomed apartment -
no children, no pets.
BEL AIR, WEST BAY
STREET one bedroomed
apartments available now.
Dorothy L. Atwood Limited -
Telephones 28763/4/5/6. Call
during office hours, 9-5.
Monday to Friday.

CARS FOR SALE
C9465
1970 FORD MAVERICK with
extras good condition --
$1500. Call 41553 after 6 p.m.


CARS FOR SALE


C9501
CADILLAC, 1960, white, Lic.
3156, only 42,000 miles, in
fair condition. $1,000. Call
4-1476.
C9460
New Providence Leasing
Limited have the following list
of used cars for sale.
Immediate financing and
insurance cover arranged. Our
lot is located Gibbs Corner
opposite laundromat. Please
check our prices and low, low,
down-payments.
1972 DODGE AVENGER,
Automatic Azure Blue, Black
Trim. Very Clean Car Cash
$2,850.00 Down $700.
1969 CHEVROLET IMPALA,
White Black Trim, Exceptional
Value, ideal Taxi Cash
$1,550.00 Down $500.
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W, Automatic, White, Black
Trim, Absolute Snip Cash
$1,475.00- Down $450.
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Standard, Green Finish, cannot
be repeated at Cash
$1,650.00 Down $500
1972 JAVELIN SST Candy
Apple Red an absolute beauty
- Cash $4,850.00 Down
$1,250
1972 TOYOTA CORONA
Automatic/Gold in tip top
condition Cash $2,750.00 -
Down $700
1970 CHEVROLET MONTE
CARLO, Midnight Blue. Look
at the Price Cash $2,550.00
- Down $750.
1970 CHEVY MALIBU 4
door, new paint job. Excellent
buy at Cash $2,250.00 -
Uown $700.
1971 DODGE AVENGER
'Standard. Another give away at
- Cash $1,650.00 Down
$500
1970 CHEVY MALIBU 4
door, new paint job Cash
$2,400.00 Down $700
1970 FORD MAVERICK.
automatic, blue/blue trim -
Cash $2,150.00 Down $700.
1971 FORD PINTO automatic
red/black trim Cash
$2,250.00 Down $700
1972 FORD CORTINA
A/trans. Top condition -
Cash $2,650.00 Down
$750.00
1970 FORD ESCORT,
Standard, new paint job,
bargain price Cash $875.00
Down $300.
1969 FORD FALCON
automatic good buy -- Cash
$1,275.00 Down $400
1970 FORD MAVERICK red
white trim Cash $2,250.00 -
Down $750.
1970 MERCURY MARQUIS
new paint job/good taxi -
Cash $2,850.00 Down $800
1972 CHEVROLET IMPALA
gold white trim, smooth car -
Cash $4,700.00 -- Down
$1,500
1972 TRIUMPH 2.5P.I. In
immaculate condition Cash
$4,650.00 Down $1,500.
1970 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
good shape Cash $1,800.00
-- Down $600
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT
1972 FORD 3/4 TON PICKUP
as new Cash $3,750.00 -
Down $950.
1970 FORD TRANSIT VAN
bargain price at Cash
$875.00 Down $300
BARGAIN BASEMENT
CASH ONLY
YOU BUY AS IS
WHERE IS
1969 Fiat 850
Sports Coupe $525.00
1969 Vauxhall Viva $150.00
1970 Ford Cortina $300.00
1969 Chevy Malibu S.S. $700
1970 Morris Mini A/T $700
1968 Dodge Coronet $750
1970 Vauxhall Viva $450
1970 Ford L.T.D.
Saloon $350.00
1968 Ford Falcon S/W $800
1968 Triumph G.T. 6 $375.00
MOTOR CYCLE
FOR SALE
1970 Honda 250cc $225 Cash



C9432
1971 FORD SPORTS
CUSTOM CAMPER/PICKUP
TRUCK STANDARD
SHIFT $2600. PHONE
AFTER 5:30 P.M. 55124.
C9466
CHEV. 1967 2 door, air.
T.V. 19"
Tape Recorder
Steel Wardrobe
Appliances, Jinen.
Call 58189.


C9434
CHEST OF DRAWERS, cream
coloured. Mahogany single bed,
chest of drawers, bedside table.
Dishwasher, electric can ooener
garden chairs, records 45
r.p.m., wrought iron glass top
table, four chairs, glass top
wrought iron coffee table. All
in good condition. Phone
5-3477. o _
C9316

MOVING?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2-4511.



APP'ROVI-I CAK(;O AI.EN IS


CARS FOR SAL
C9398
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
1972 VENTURA,
A/C Bucket Seats
Gold $4950
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W,
Automatic $850
1972 VIVA S/W
Automatic White $2400
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE,
4 Dr. Sedan
Blue/White $1850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA,
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio. Orange $3500
1967 HILLMAN,
Std. Green $450
1969 FORD TORINO,
Yellow/Black $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


1969 VIVA
4 Dr. Auto. Green
1971 Rambler,
Auto. Blue
1969 PONTIAC GTO,
A/C Vinyl Green
1968 FORD ESCORT,
Blue
1965 DODGE,
DIuee


$695
$2100

$1600
$695
$300


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

FOR SALE
C9311
1 CONVERTIBLE COUCH
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250 lb. trunk food freezer
Call 77947.
C9459
5-PIECE BEDROOM Set,
Bookcase headboard, dresser,
mirror, night-stand, double
mattress and box spring
$225.00. Various baby items
and swinq set. (2) Amana
airconditioners $200 (each).
Cash Only, Call 55124.

C9417
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
1 living room suite
1 dining room suite
2 bedroom suites
Stove, Fridge and
miscellaneous items.
Telephone 5-2272.
C9472
SKYLINE HEIGHTS
Furniture, carpets, drapes.
Friday and Saturday from 10
to 2. Call 7-7871.
C9471
TWO TWIN BEDS (one new)
$150.00
17ft. Speed Boat, 50 H.P.
Mercury Engine
$1400.00
1970 Ford Cortina
Stationwagon, $1500..00
Phone 28989 (Day) 57905
(night)
C9493
VITA Master Belt Massager.
Telephone 5-3743.
C9495
FIVE ROOMS of furniture
including stereo, Television and
miscellaneous items. All
$1,000 CASH. Write: P. 0.
Box N3405, Nassau.
C9487
GARAGE SALE
2 p.m. 6 p.m. daily
Tuesday April 17th thru
Thursday April 19. Many
various household items
including adult and baby
clothes, and household
appliances. Smith. 1st. Terrace.
Centreville.

II 1TS To 11Yl
C9433
GLASS BOTTOMED BOAT.
State price, size and
description in letter. Apply:
Adv. C9433, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau.


C9467
SEVERAL WOODEN
MEYERS RUM CASES. Will
pay high price if very old ones.
Write Herman Wenzel, Staniel
Cay, Exuma.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-
C9454
ASSOCIATE DESIRED
Inflation hedge. Right party
could control extensive Cereal
and Beef Cattle Farm, also
seaside land with resort
possibilities. A stable area, 25
in. rainfall. S. W. Australia.
ALSO
Ranch and Farm, Alberta,
Canada. Write:- Adv. C9454,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
IC9473


FOR SALE


GOLF CLUBS

1 -- complete set Titleist
Golf Clubs, 6 months
old, like new. Regular
shafts, D-2 swingweight.
Call 31393 after 6 p.m.


inquire 4 t.-


purchase price at the time of P. 0. Box N-3207. Nassau, or practical experience needed
sale and balance on completion ANNOUNCEMENTS see yoir broker. just educational qualifications.
DATED 4th DAY OF APRIL Qualified applicants should
A.D., 1973. C9490 i reply to: Deputy Chief
KIRK S. HINSEY GOODS LEFT OVER 30 FOR RENT Industrial Officer Ministry of
Public Auctioneer. DAYS WILL BE SOLD. Labour Freeport, Grand
NASSAU BIC Y CLE C7320 Bahama, Bahamas.
PETS F R SAL COMPANY LIMITED. FOR LONG TERM C7J35
C J 0 LEASE EXPERIENCED MECHANIC;
C9475 EXECUTIVE home 4 REQUIRED. BAHAMIANS,
DACHSHUND PUPPIES both TH B G oPE bedroom, 3/2 bath. ONLY NEED APPLY.
parents AKC registered. Phone MISSION INC., of Montrose Unfurnished, $550 per month PLEASE APPLY TO:,
4-1485. Avenue, Shirley Heights, furnished, $700 per month. GE RT RUDE MUNNINGS,
S Nassau N.P. wish to announce Call Freeport 373-2032 or OATES LANE, FREEPORT.
MARINE SUPPLIES the SCHOOL and DAY NURSERY 352-9414, Mrs. Madsen. C7342
4' on September 3rd 1973. STEEL BAND DIRECTOR/
C944 foot Glastron -- excellent The Day Nursery will accept HELP WANTED ENTERTAINER TO ASSUME'
14 foot Giastrn n -- excellent infants from 6 months old at 8 RESPONSIBILITY, ALSO.
cond.ionl. dealforfh hnand a.m. to 6p.m. C7321 SINGING/DANCING MC.
skiing. $500. Night hone The Kindergarten will accept ACCOUNTANT CONTACT BOX F-2735,
4-1429. Day 2-8262. children from 3 years old 9 Required by Bahamas Oil FREEPORT.
C9309 a.m. to 1 p.m. Refining Company to assist the C3
C9309 R ft ri Registration for both Nursery Treasurer in various aspects of C7334
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371 and Kindergarten will Management Accounting and JANITORS (men only) must
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371. commence April 3rd 1973 Internal Audit procedures with be willing to work night or day
S9301 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (On particular initial responsibility cleaning floors, windows and,
C Tuesdays & Thursdays) at the for the Financial Accounting bathrooms. Bahamians only.
TRAVELLING ? office of the Mission or contact of the construction of new Police Certificate needed..
S Mrs. Nottage c.o. phone facilities. Applicants should be CARE MAINTENANCE,
For efficient friendly 24537. Those wishing to Chartered or Certified FREEPORT (352-2292).
advice on Worldwide register their infants and Accountants with not less than C7333
Destinations by Airline or children are urged to do so three (3) years post E X P E R I E N C E D
Steamships, Contact immediately as there will no qualification. Experience WAREHOUSE/Inventory
MUNDYTOURS at 24512. doubt be a long waiting list. A including audit or other Clerk, must have 2 years
deposit of $10 will be experience of industrial experience in warehousing and.
requested when you register, accounting. be able to keep perpetual
For fees and other Bahamians only need apply to: inventory control on all
Information, contact the Pastor Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil incoming and outgoing
of the Mission at the office or Refining Company, P. 0. Box shipments.
APPROVEDPASSNGER AGENTS for appointment call Mrs. F-2435, Freeport, Grand Apply: Bellevue Stationers
Nottage c/o phone 24537. Bahama. Ltd., P. 0. Box F-24, Freeport.


I


C9449
'69 MORRIS 1300 automatic,
radio, airconditioned. Good
condition. Asking $1200.00.
Telephone 32675.


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OPMBfsc MARINE SUPPLIES ENTERTAINMENTELP MTEI
C9425 C9441 C9486 C9464
AGENCY .OFFERED. $1,000 1968 20ft Glastron trailer, ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL THE BANK OF NOVA
needed for first order of radio, accessories. 160 at SCOTIA requires the services
Canadian cigars. Money making inboard/outboard mercruiser. SEAFLOOR AQUARIUM of an area Manager. Applicant
agency. Write to Economy Phone 3-2739. Easter Monday only. should have at least 20 years
Sales Agency, P. 0. Box 6104 Children 4-11 yrs. $1.00 banking experience with iAn f
E. S., Nassau, Bahamas C9461 Adults 12 years up those years being In a
OTHER AGENCIES 17 FOOT THUNDERBIRD $1.75 managerial capacity. Please
OFFERED" with 80 h.p. Mercury Good clean fun for the apply in person at the Bank of
C9485 outboard. New seats. Fast, entire family Nova Scotia. Bay Street and
W I L L A P P OIN T Geliable boat $1,950. maPhone Spend the whole day. Rawson Square, Nassau. Only
Representative to call on hotels 206, Georgetown, Exuma. Snack-bar with delicious native Bahamians need apply.
and other businesses in Nassau, C9498 food & drink.
Please state references. Scotch YACHTS AND BOATS LTD. Go west Bay Street to C9563
Whiskey Futures Co., Ltd., P. Chippingham Road and follow WANTED Married couple to
0. Box 574 Riverside CHRIS CRAFT the red Dolphin signs. run small Out Island hotel. No
Station. Miami, Fla. 33135. children, minimum of two
CONCORDE tNa mCE years experience in food and
PUBLIC AUCTION beverage, front desk and
PU IO IRWIN SAIL YACHTS C9426 bookkeeping, after formal
C9484 BAHAMAS YSIYU training. Mechanical knowledge
AHAM AS YOU TH of motor vehicles, appliances,
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at MAGNUM MARINE EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP and diesel generator plant also
the parking lot east of the invites you to see "BELOVED necessary. Apply In writing
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay AVON INFLATABLES ENEMY" at the EpworthHall, including picture and
Street, on the 28th day of Shirley Street, Saturday April reference lauding picture and P
April 1973 at 12 noon the 53 foot Mathews twin diesel 14th 8 p.m. No Admission Box references to Mr. Moxey, P. Bah
follAwing property:- double cabin cruiser with -harges or collection. Box 1216, Nassau, Bahamas.
1. ALL THAT piece or parcel flybridge. G.M. 6-71 diesels. I
of landbeingpartofalotof n older boat butvery IO SERVICES
land situate in the City of carefully maintained. Can N WANTEDI
Nassau in the aforesaid Island stand rigid survey $11.500.00 C8500 C9315
of New Providence which said C8500
piece or parcel of land is 30 foot sloop with 30 h.p. IF YOU need a young girl to Pit r's atsmS
bounded on the West by auxiliary. Sleeps four and is work in your shop please write
Hospital Lane and running very complete. Has everything Adv. C8500, c/ The Tribune, L
thereon Twenty-five Feet and for instant cruising. A good P 0. Rox N3207, Nassau.
Fifty-eight hundredths of a buy at $6,600.00 C9430 Mackey Street
Foot (25.58) on the North by C9430& Rosevelt Avenue
other part of the said lot of AT THE DIVE SHOP YOUNG AMBITIOUS single NASSAU, BAHAMAS
land reserved as a Footpath Bahamian man with 10 years P N Box N3714
and running thereon We are now completely Accounting and office P Box N3714
Eighty-eight Feet and stocked with all diving gear. management experience seeks HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
Twenty-five Hundredths of a New aluminum Tanks, responsible position preferably FORK LIFT RENTAL
Foot (88.25) on the East by Regulators, Masks to fit all with international firm. Willing MFCHANICAL HANDLING
other part of the said lot of faces, Fins to fit all feet. Try to work anywhere in the EOUIPMENT
land about to be conveyed to us! Bahamas or abroad. Most IATA CARGO AGENTS
Ivy Zonah Mackey and running interested in opportunity for CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
thereon Twenty-five Feet and P.O. Box N1658 additional professional training & DELIVERY
Fifty Hundredths of a Foot Telephone 24869 ana thence advancement in MOVING, STORAGE
(25.50) and on the South by company Salary and incentives & PACKING
land formerly called Henry C9497 open for discussion. Will have STECL BANDING
Stephensons but now the IRWIN 24' fibreglass sailboat, to give reasonable notice when & SHIPPING
property of the Estate of the sleeps four, 5 sails, outboard, leaving present employ. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
late Helen Margaret O'Brien dinghy. $5,000 o.n.o. Call Kindly reply to P. 0. Box EXCELLENT SERVICE
and running thereon 7-4168 or 7-4063. N7351, Nassau, Bahamas. REASONABLE RATES
Eighty-nine Feet and L M
Seventy-five Hundredths of a C9491 WANTED CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
Foot (89.75) the said piece or 65ft. Steel Refrigerated Vessel OR JACK CASH
parcel of land having such like new. R/V Victory Call C9500 2-379, 2-3796,
position boundaries marks Ryan at 1-305-3796990 USED BOAT in excellent Airport77 77434
shape and dimensions as are condition 1 8'-20'Airpor
shown on the Diagram or Plan C9483 inboard/outboard or outboard C8105
hereto attached and being 8ft. SPORTYAK Lightweight with canopy, comfortable TRY US FOR SAFE SURE
delineated on the Pink portion Dinghy with oars, paddles and seating for 4 adults, suitable TRY US FOR SAFE SURE
of the said Diagram or Plan. outboard motor in need of for water-skiin fishing CLEANING! ABCORPETS NE
2. ALL THAT lot of land repair. $60 O.N.O. Phone 7-8089 or 74086 UPER STEAM- CARPETS
situate Gleniston Gardens 57019 after 6 p.m. or UPHOLSTERY TEL:
Subdivision in the Eastern C r51071-2-3-4.
District of the said Island of IN MEMnIAAM HELP WANTED
New Providence and having the I nC9317
number Twenty-one (21) .. in C9478 C9481 T. V. ANTENNAS. Boostrfs
Block number Twenty-seven in loving and precious memory YOUNG'BAHAMI Al FIRM of for homes. apartments Ad
Block number Twenty-seven In loving and precious memory Chartered Accountants require hotels. Sales and services.
(27) .... on the said plan of the of my dear mother Celest Moss Chartered or Certifed hotels. Sales and services. C-0
said Subdivision the said lot of who departed this life April A c c o u n t a n t s with Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
land being bounded as 15th 1972. Post-Qualification experience OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
follows:- More and more each day I miss in a Professional Office. next to Frank's Place.
NORTHWESTWARDLY by you Excellent prospects and good
Lot Number Twenty-two (22) Friends may think the wound working conditions. Five day C9299
week. epy In confidence to PATIO AWNINGS AND
in the said Block Number is healed. Messrs. Pannell, Fitzpatrick CARPORTS
Twenty-seven (27) and running Remembrance is a golden chain and Company, P. 0. Box HURRICANE AWNINGS,
thereon Eighty (80) feet; Death tried to break N-4665, Nassau, Bahamas. HUTTERS
NORTHEASTWARDLY by But all in vain to have to hold SHUTTERS,
Lot Number Twenty (20) in And then to part is the greatest C9489 John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
the said Block Number sorrow in one's heart. BICYCLES, MOTOR-CYCLE For free estimates and prompt
Twenty-seven (27) and running The years may wipe out Mechanic required. Nassau service call 2-8421-23-4n5-6.
thereon One Hundred and memories which we shared. Bicycle Company Limited. service call 2-8421-2-3-4-5-6.
Fifty (150) feet; Gone but not forgotten. Phone 28511, P. 0. Box C9314
SOUTHEASTWARDLY by a MRS. BEATRICE MULLING N8171, Nassau.TROUBLES small or large
road known as Elizabeth Street (daughter). T e P .m on ls
and running thereon Eighty C9435 call The Plumber on Wheels:--
( 80 ) feet; an CARD OF THANKS AN UPHOLSTERER with at ROBERT M. BAILEY
SOUTHWESTWARDLY in least 3 yrs experience Call P.O. Box N56, Nassau
part by a part of Lot Number C9488 22481 for further information Telephone: 3-5870.
Twenty-four (24) in the said g ii ig i mmmml iil mi
Block Number Twenty-seven G A
(27) and running thereon Fifty
(50) feet and in further part by R BH1
Lot Number Twenty-five (25) CI IE
in the said Block Number
Twenty-seven (27) and running
thereon One hundred (100)
feet; the said lot of land having
.such positions boundaries REAL ESTATE HELP MNTED
marks shape and dimensions as
Share shown on the plan annexed C9447 C 7341 I L
hereto and thereon coloured THREE LOTS zoned duplex, P oatalyt fficWest Bondies td4
pink. LUCAYA, 4min. to Freeport Grand Bahama has a
Mortgage dated April 28th, SHANNON GOLF COURSE, rjob opportuni avaihaae fha
1970 Sydney K. Whitfield to min. to seashore. All facilities Bahamian in their Refinery
the Bank of Nova Scotia. THE FAMILY of the late Errol in. Small cash plus payments Maintenance organization
pagRe orded in Volume 1615 Delisltate exprencss their heartfelt takeover now paid. THIS IS Freeport, for the following
This sale is subject to a thanks to all those who so A B AR GA oI rand! Also posit IAN INDUSTRIAL
reserve price and to the right generously gave their time and single-family lo5ft bulon Grand Bah ENGNEER N cetL
for the Auctioneer or any showed their sympathy In Waterway. 125ft. bul a NI n
person on his behalf to bid up every way during their recent faitenance paid, in nowall-time aoil ege to train as a Planner
to that price, r sold-out PINE BAY. Write other network Maintenance
Terms: 10 percent of the thank you. Adv. C9447, c/o The Tribune, Management systems. No


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Saturday, April 14, 1973.


I GRAND BAHAMA I


HELP WANTED
C7336
GARDE MANGER (CHEF):
Prepares his station, gives
duties to his assistants on the
preparation of all cold dishes re
appetizers, salads, hours
d'oeuvres, etc., supervises and
prepares all cold meat tdishe',
SAUCE COOK (CH( F DF
PARTIE): Takes charge of lthe
station, details work lto
assistants and makes sure that
all sauces for the meni, of tthe
day are prepared, dishes ot all
sauce items on the meini
during meal houJrs

RELIEF COOK: To a:t as
relief cook to sauce rook,,.
vegetable cooks, roast Looks
and work at ay other station
as assigned by the ELecutimve
Chef.
SOUS CHEF SECONDD
CHEF): Supervises all cooks
and takes all Executive Chef
duties when he is absent.
ELECTRICIAN: Is responsible
for the maintenance and
repairs of all electrical
equipment within the hotel.
Must be capable of testing
circuits, analysing arid finding
faults in systems and repairing
them. Must have completed
apprenticeship and served at
least two to three years as
qualified electrician. High
School education preferred.
PLUMBER: Must be able to
maintain and repair all
plumbing facilities and
.-quipment within the hotel.
Must be experienced in welding
and pipe fitting and be able to
read from drawings. At least
two years experience in heavy
duty gas and commercial
cooking and kitchen
equipment. High School
education and Institute of
Trades.
AIR-CONDITIONING AND
RE FRIGERATION
MECHANIC: Should be able to
handle maintenance of all
types of refrigeration arind
air-conditioning equipment,
from fractional units to 100
ton units, plus ice machines.
High School education and
Institute of Trades, minimum
of five years experience and
must also be able to supervise
staff.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, Personnel Department,
Freeport.
C9480
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS THE FOLLOWING
VACANCY:
UTILITY OPERATOR Must
be able to operate and
maintain oil fired burners,
refrigeration machines, water
demineralizers and air
compressors.
Will be required to work shifts.
Previous experience essential
Applicants should apply in
person to Syntex Corporation,
West Sunrise Highway, or write
P. 0. Box F-2430, Freeport.


LOST

C7345
LADIES 3-COLOURED GOLD
BRAIDED BRACELET,
FREEPORT AREA. GOOD
REWARD TO FINDER. S.
BERNSTEIN (352-6855).


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
27. Spotlikt
1. Poisonous 29. Sweet potato
6. Overjoy 31. Combs wool
11. Abbreviated 35. Front
swim suit 38. Weir
12. Plant root 40. Lyrist
13. Hypothetical 41. Wading bird
force 43. College cheer
14. Incensed 45. World War II
16. Japanese sash area SO
18. Gender 46. Trumped-up
19. Copycat 49. Bone
20. Mattress case 50. Courtship
22. Kind of coffee 51. Father of Zeus
24. Chinese pagoda 53. Fumes
25. Infuse 54. Recognition


HELP WANTED ]
- .. /1 38
(1) WASHIMAN: To sort soiled
linen, feed int o washing
mac tine and folding way of
same N(N experience necessary.
(I) LAUNDRY & DRY
CLEANING SERVICEMAN:
To dryclean aind press silk and
swollen garments. Should have
experience as .1a Dryclean
Press,
(1) Htf AD CHt F: Is
responsible for the c complete
iiepaiattior of the Kitchen aind
Coffee Shop foods and
supervises on of all first order

( 1 ) M AI N F NANC I
M AN A G R STAFFF
()UJARTF IS): Must have
sound knowledge of plumbing,
also have working knowledge
of water softeners. pumps andi
sewage treatment plants Other
dutties will include electrical
repairs, including replacing
ouitdooi lights aid ( leaning
arim onditioner filters, replacing
jalousie glass arid other odd
lobs around the building.
(?) WASHIROOM HELPERS
Aiding i itnloading soiled
linens, sorting ami e to prepare
fo washing mid unloading of
',,ie after washing
( 1 ) C ONV N I1 0 1
SET UP MAN: To work on
shift. Must be able to operate
movie proje(toir, lift heavy
equipment, clean and vacuum
all meeting rooms and set uip
rooms for banquets and
cocktail parties. Experienced
applicant preferred.
Apply Monday through I rfiday
between 9 a.m. ard 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, P. 0. Box, F-207,
Freeport, Personnel
Department.
C 7340
Catalytic West Indies, Limited,
Post Office Box F-2544,
Freeport, Grand Bahama, has a
job opportunity available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Maintenance organization,
Freeport, for the following
position:
FIELD MACHINIST Must have
a minimum of five (5) years
experience in trouble-shooting
and repair of all Refinery
Rotary equipment, including
pumps, turbines, diesels, large
centrifugal compressors and
transfer equipment. Qualified
applicant should reply to
Deputy Chief Industrial
Officer, Ministry of Labour,
Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Bahamas.

C7344
Bahamas Supermarket Ltd. has
vacancy for an experienced
stock clerk who can order ana
merchandise all dairy products.
Only Bahamian need apply.
Telephone 352-7901 or address
correspondence to: The
Manager, Box F-457, Freeport.
C9453
PERSONAL LOAN OFFICER
The Royal Bank of Canada
Freeport, Grand Bahama
requiress the services of a
personal Loans Officer.
Applicants must be Bahamian,
possess at least G.C.E. '0' level
in Maths and English and
should have previous
experience it; the loaning field
of banking. Applications
should be directed to The
Assistant Manager,
Administration, The Royal
Bank of Canada, P. 0. Box
F61, Freeport or call for an
appointment at 352-6631.


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DOWN
1. Choice morsel 5. Apple drink
2. Approval 6. Work unit
3. Twelve 7. Miss Turner
4. Caravansaries 8. Adjust
7- pt 9. Clothes moth
genus
- -10. Added
11. High shoes
15. Corn lily
17. Winter peril
19 21. Tonality
23. Grampus
26. Water lily leaf
28. Overtop
a, , 30. Grape refuse
-S2a 32. Spawn of fish
33. Bypass
4 34. Opposed to lee
1 35. Parish priest
36. Serpent
S37. Curtain fabric
S.39. Rival
42. Rabbit's tail
44. Demigod
- 47. Alternatives
48. Put on
pr.A- 52. Denial


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

,O.ROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Intitut
"le GENERAL 1ENDENCIES Accumulated odds
/and ends must be taken care of and this is just
the right Saturday for doing so Clean and refurbish
possessions, etc Also good for health measures.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) A good day to get your home
in spic-and-span condition, so start early Take the exercise
you need for better health, too You can do some quiet
entertaining in the evening that can be pleasant and relaxing.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Do whatever will please
those you love which gives you pleasure as well. Then enjoy
hobbies that are relaxing yet mentally stimulating. These can
be enjoyed with good pals.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Good day to get home
cleaned and then you can run errands for kin Get those duties
done that will free time for more important things in the
future Do nothing of a destructive nature.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Ideal day for
shopping for needed items and then getting together with
associates for whatever has been planned Show you are
specific in communicating with others.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make your home as attractive as
you can, but stay within your budget. Talk over with an
expert whatever is of a financial nature. You get excellent
ideas thereby. Avoid one who is irritated
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Get busy and make yourself
more attractive and more mentally and physically alive. If you
get out to group meetings, make a mental or written note of
people's names so you will remember them later.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Take the treatments early that
will make you feel dynamic and attractive in appearance. You
have good hunches and should make use of them to improve
your position in life. This can be a wonderful social evening
with congenials.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Make it a point to show
those you want in your life in the future that you really like
them Attend group affairs you like. Make the new
acquaintances who are worthwhile and can be helpful in the
days ahead.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get into the activities
today that will help you advance in the future, and gain the
approval of bigwigs. Talk less and work more for good results.
You can secure the backing of the public as well
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Secure the data you need
now so you can handle certain affairs that will come up soon.
You make new friends now who can bring much pleasure into
your life Show your most courteous manner.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan just how to get tasks
handled more efficiently via some new and better methods,
using true intelligence A romantic interest can be most helpful
now or vice versa. This can be a delightful evening.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are able to communicate
beautifully with associates, so get in touch with them early
and make progress. Questionable points hard to clear up
before now become easy Show you are intelligent.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she will be
one of those precise and meticulous young people who would
do well in vocations where precision, detail, research and
patience are required and also in clothes designing, selling, etc.
There will be a very marked streak to be overparticular, but
that is the quality that will bring the big success denoted in
this chart, so don't let it bother you Give an opportunity to '
travel early, and permit music lessons early too.


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
ARTIFICIAL b.ds, which are so
fashionable in some quarters
these davs, must have hidden
(htirwi., for Lhir .prie in mcncv
and matchpoints is undeniably
high. Apart from the frequent.
and often trag.-comic mis-
understandings, they have the
added disadvantage of allowing
opponents to exchange informa-
tion at no cost to themselves.
as on this hand in the American
National Mixed Pairs Cham-
pionship.
Dealer East: E W Vul:
North
4Q 864
KJ 10
C K 10 9 5 4 3
4 3


West East
A 10 7 5 2 4 K J
K 3 0 A Q
A 7 2 0 -
10 9 2 1 A 8
South


S9
9

South
Pass
Pass.
50


6 2
J 8 6
West
14b
20
Dble


East
1 ':
24
30


3
8 7 5 4
6 5


4
North
Pass
Dble


Why West couldn't bid an
honest 2NT over 24-or why,
for that matter, East couldn't
bid 32 over 14-will never be
known. Perhaps it would have
been too simple. In the event,
West's fatuous 20 gave North
the chance to double free of
charge. South needed no more
to find a cheap sacrifice in 50.
At matchpoint scoring, saving a
vulnerable game for 500 is a
clearcut victory.
As the cards are, .t isn't easy
for North-South to break even
6C. The &K is led, but North
has no club to return when he
comes in with the 4Q. Or does


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN













(963)
White males in two moves.
against any defence (by V. Bar-
tolovic). This puzzle won top
rize in the British Chess
Federation's 1971-72 competition.
and has a couple of near misses
which caught out several pre-
vious solvers. As usual. White
moves up the board.
Par times: 1 minute, problem
master: 3 minutes, problem uc
expert; 7 minutes, good: 15 1J
minutes. average: 30 minutes, Z
novice. O
- SOLUTION NO. 9634 - IJ

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if I ... P-B6: 2 B-Q3, or if
Kt-Q4; 2 Q-03. or if Kt-B4;
2 Kt-QB3. or if K x P; 2 Q-KS,
or if K-B4; 2 B-Q3.
No credit for I QxKKtP?
PK-BSI nor for 1 Q-Kt3?


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Wi. L.ik Jers'er or Man. <(i)
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12. Somuethling to eat. (4)
1:1. Expremlligs a sort of loigllne.
(9)


14. (iOrld siiname. (4
1 Curtain. (5)
IN. Bridge. (")
40. Addltionial. (3)
R1. Raise. (4)
P2. Period tof time. (3)
23. Dl)as of loung a I. (I)
I. lie.% Ised to lie features ul
l.owestot m and Varllolll Ih.
3. i('hool iollacile. (t)
3. labpl. (3) 4. iulfer. (.5)
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(3)
7. StrUIs i-or down., (3)
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(4)
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YESMR. NASH! WATCH ME PUT ON THE POG MAY I BE OF I EON'T THINK SO!
ILL'BE BACKTASSISTANCECLTMANAGER,
WELL BE HERWHEN YOU MAPAM' PLEASE! TELL HIM IT'S
EVE ROE NEEP ME! NMMDRS. JORPAN NASHr
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


C7346 SITUATION VACANT
A NUMBER OF MALE CASHIERS ARFI
REQUIRED BY BAHAMAS AMUSEMENTS
LIMITED, FREEPORT, GRANI) BAHAMA.
QUALIFICATIONS:- Good educational standard.
Minimum of 2 years experience as a Bank Teller or
equivalent. Applicant must be willing to work at(
night. He must be over 21 years of age.
Apply in person or in writing to BAllAMAS
AMUSEMENTS LIMITED, Box F-787, Freeport,
for an interview.


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Rupert and the Mixed Magic-30


"Yes, little bear, I am glimpses the Wizard below.
thankful the wand obeyed me. "He's unrolling a carpet,"
Now we must make haste. I breathes Rupert. "What Is it
fear we may be too late to for?" That is his magic
catch the Wizard The carpet," replies the Sorcerer.
Sorcerer races out of the dome "It will carry him to China.
with Rupert at his heels. Ha, where he plans to raid my
there he is !" On the steps 'he home. We have but a few
Sorcerer pauses as he moments to stop him."
Brother Juniper


"We ran out of tin pans."


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Becks Bees sting Schlitz



10-2 snap losing streak

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BE(KS BEES, coming off a slight losing streak that cost them
the lead to Big Q Marketeers, stopped Schlitz Beer 10-2 last night
handing them their fifth loss in ten games played.


\llihi' fi t h i hal ,I stronger
it-in ll ,ih n it previous' years,
ohs t hai s h.ippjn!i' d so tir is
rh.1t our pitll i i is in;i co rrlingg
Ihoii rh ai s r X pr.'lLtld,"
IMIICe'nl H.' i t ks ,,k, manager
ttunini i \lbiii v.- AndiI our
hliil n I f i I lin U "is are nr tI
lilt li 1 ,n\, r cll ais theN are

\ r thlllss 1. hI sl(l, "I an)
L'l Iti t II I ha)i lppi' ini' (iw while
it I s IN ll ',I ly in tlhI sca.sonI
I viist wh. lIen Itics.' Icellows
i l hilli t ,ILI I'eH I Iu."
Shi rt stIpI Rorsesvclt I urnecr
Ad a.iptalin toii Becks
I iit i iietn l in l'ead theli way for
h ,is h.' ,is hlic st+ rt.ic'! (iiI tire
r Iti 1 vi ll :i tf pi i .ndl went (n
th s'- .i I' l c c ria ind dillect twoi

I nelik- i. l liiii.
Addin |i>I tin stie .Ien wias
li v, l ;niatitir'ld slhon t stop
Sumniin l livcrn last y\'ear's ihest
di, rl ,t stop who scored oine
A.id kinuckiet in two during his
loi 1 litis i, l IA r. ll vcen ialsoi
hitd l iur [)it oiits andl two
.issis s ( ii trc iecldcr Willie
K tiufmo s' kiockcdi ini three' rins
,snln( oi :nirid c(ollecitd two
tliits.
NI AR SHUTOUT
I p to theh bottom of tihe
tiIth inning, winning pitcher
Stcplicn Ilunies was hurling a
shtut o)it gale. Ilowever, in the
bhfltomn of the sixth, Godfrey
I neas on Schlitz' third hit of
the game drove a triple into
right centre field at the same
time sending Anthony Smith
home for the first run. In the
same inning, Lloyd Bowleg on
i shot to short drove in lineas.
Batting first, Becks took a
1-0 lead by the bottom of the
tirst and got three more in the
ihildt, two in the fourth and
one mi the fifth to lead 9-0
before. Schlitz rallied for two.
Turner on third following
his opening triple scored Becks'
first run when second batter
Haven grounded to short.
Anthony Huyler followed with
a single and later scored on an
error that sent the fourth
hatter Fred Taylor to third.
Taylor, who got on with a
single, scored on Willie
Knowles' shot to short.
ORDER OF OUTS
One, two, three was the
order of outs for Schlitz in the


bottom iof the first with Becks
following the same pattern in
the top of the second. Schlitz
still unable to feel the pitching
oif Iluimes again went down
without scoring to bring up
Becks' three-run third innings.
Turner leading off that
inning picked up his second
run, again oft a Haven rbi.
laven notched his first run
when he look advantage of an
error that saw Huyler on base.
Iluyler also picked up his
sccrind irun when Knowles
groiunded out to second.
Stephen Ilumes and Turner
were the scores for the Bees in
the fourth inning.
laylor got his second run in
the top of the seventh on
Knowles' third rbi.
Ilenry Williams in picking up
the loss walked one and
situckout two. Hie gave up II
lits. Iliumes the winner, walked
tlur and struckout six. He gave
tip three hits.


BAHAMAS RACECO CUP WINNER


FOUR V's, owned by
Justin Roberts and ridden by
Austin Saunders, outstrode
its field by ten lengths to win
the Bahamas Raceco Limited
Cup in the two-year old, five
furlong feature race at Hobby
Horse Race Track yesterday.



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Spanish Dancer was second
and Spanish Contessa third.
In the photo above,
Roberts receives the Bahamas
Raceco Limited Cup from
Glen Holmes racing secretary.
Trainer Whitfield Demeritte
stands to Roberts' left,


Saunders in the saddle and at
right is the groom.
The racing season closed
today at Hobby Horse Race
Track with the feature being
the Horse of the Year Cup
race.
PHOTO. Rickey Wells


'g H SWEEPING HIGH


DEMOLISH

r- ? McPHERSON HIGH


Bahamas get Caribbean Games invitation


IN ACCORDANCE with
instructions given by the
Central American and
Caribbean Sports Organization,
the Bahamas was this morning
presented with its official
invitation to participate in the
XII Central American and


Caribbean Games.
The presentation was made
to Mr. Rudy Moultrie, vice
president of the Bahamas
Olympic Association, by Mr.
Felix Acosta Nunez, editor of
the Listin Diario, and Mr.
Rafael David Henriquez,


Big Q keep their one & half game lead


over Becks Bees, beat Blenders 10.2


BIG Q M A R KI:TIERS
maintained their ine and a half
game lead over Becks Bees last
night when they defeated Bahamas
Blenders 10-2 in the second game at
the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Gaining a 2-1 advantage by the
end of the first inning, Big Q,
behind the pitching of Godfrey
hohlison. went ou to blank the
Blenders for the second, third,
fourth and fifth innings before
third baseman Phillip Saunders
crossed the plate for the Blenders'
second and final run.
Among a good field of hitters in
the Big Q line up last night, left
fielder Vince Albury scored three
runs, hatted in one and collected
one hit during his three times at
hat. Catcher I'd Moxey continued
the pace and scored two, knocked
in (me and collected two hits from
his three times at bat.
With two down in the top of the
first, an error on the short stop put
Vince Albury on first. lie stole
second and scored the Marketeers'
first run on Moxey's rhi single into
left. Moxey also stole second andu
was wild pitched homelr for the
Marketeers second run.
Second baseman Charles Moss
did the dariage for the Blenders in
the bottom oif the first when a
throwing error on Big Q's short
stop saw him home. Moss got on
with a single.
Second baseman Adlai Moss got
the first of his two runs in the top
of the second inning when he
tripled into left and scored on


Johnson's rbi single into right.
The Blenders threatened in the
bottom of the fourth but were
good enough for only two hits
including a triple. Centre fielder
Kermit Graham led off that inning
with a single but he fell trying to
steal second. Paul Johnson followed
and sent a one and one pitch deep
into right for a triple. The third and
fourth batters however were unable
to help him as Ronnie Smith
struckout and John Rolle grounded
out to short.
Spurred on by the Blenders'
futile attempts Big Q picked up a
total of seven runs between the
fifth and the sixth innings to
increase their standings to l0(-.
BIG Q MARKETEERS
ab r h rbi
Munroe 3 0 0 0
Rodgers 3 1 0 0
Albury 3 3 1 1
Moxey 3 2 2 1
Higgs 4 0 0 0
Roy Rodgers 2 1 0 0
Bradshaw I I 1 0
A. Rodgers 0 0 0
Moss 4 2 4 1
Rolle 4 0 1 0
Johnson 4 0 2 2
BAHAMAS BLENDERS


Ferguson
Lee
Moss
Saunders
Grahamn
Johnson
Smith
Sweeting


ab r
20
1 0
3 I
3 I
3 0
3 0
2 0
1 0


Rolle 2 0 0 0
Neiley 2 0 0 0
Smith 2 0 0 0
TONIGHT'S GAMES
i)EL JANE Saints having
dropped into fourth place with a
six and six win/loss record meet yet
another obstacle tonight when they
take on second place Becks Bees in
the first game at 7 o'clock.
Jet Set "the Upsetters" after a,
fantastic winning streak which saw
them in their place with a seven and
three win-loss record, take on
Schlitz Beer in the second game
9:30 at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre.
BASEBALL STANDINGS


Big Q
Becks Bees
Jet Set
Schlitz
Del Jane
Paradise
Blenders
Heastie


W L
10 I
9 3
7 3
5 5
6 6


WINS SPANISH OPEN
LA MANGA, SPAIN (AP)- Neil
Coles on Britain won the Spanish
Open golf championship Saturday
by firing a fourth round par 72.
Coles 72-hole total of 282 was
three strokes better than Tinie Britz
of South Africa and Craig de Foy
Former U.S. and British Open
champ Tony Jacklin finished the
day with a 76 after a disaster on the
17th hole when he drove into a
lake_


president of the Dominican
Football Federation, both of
whom are members of the
organizing committee of the
Games.
The official invitation, cased
in a goat skin wrapper and
written in English, French and
Spanish read: "The Organizing
Committee of the XII Central
American and Caribbean
Sports Games in accordance
with the instructions given by
the Central American and
Caribbean Sports Organization
(C.A.C.S.O.), has the honour
to invite you to participate in
the competition and
celebration which will take
place at Santo Domingo from
February 27 to March 13,
1974." This was signed by the
president Ingeniero
Bienvenido Martinez.
Both Nunez and Henriquez
left today for Jamaica and
Haiti where they will present
similar invitations.
The photo above shows Mr.
Moultrie (centre) being
presented with the official
invitation by Mr. Nunez (right)
and Mr. Henriquez.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette



Easter Molday meet

will select athletes

for Carifta Games
A GROUP of twenty-four youths
to represent the Bahamas at the
Carifta Games is expected to he
picked following a track and field
meet sponsored by the Bahamas
Amateur Athletic Association on
Easter Monday. April 23 at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. The
Carifta Games is scheduled to be
held in Trinidad between May 2
and 6.
With entrants to the Carifta
Games limited to those 20 years
and under and 17 years and under,
some of the Bahamas' best athletes
including Danny Smith will not be
able to participate. However,
invitations have been sent to most
of the High Schools in New
Providence stating the number of
events that arc being run.
Realizing that there were some
schools that were mistakenly
overlooked, the B.A.A.A. will hold
a warm-up meet on Wednesday to
accommodate any athlete under 20
years who is desirous of a chance
to be selected for the Carifta
Games. Although the B.A.A.A.
have been keeping a keen eye on
the schools' sporting scene, they
have also extended invitations to
those outside of schools to
participate in the eliminations.
Other meets are scheduled to
follow that of the Easter Monday
meet by the running of Club events
and school events simultaneously.
This is expected to stimulate
interest and also cultivate talent
that exist in the schools.


C. C. SWEETING High, coming
out of "Volleyball City" and
making a definite hid for the
championship in this their rookie
year, demolished Mcl'herson Hligh
15-0, 15-0 and 15-5 yesterday to
push their undefeated record to
three since the Inter-School
Volleyball series started on
Monday.
"It was an easy win for us,"
commented coach Tom Grant, who
will have his teams playing a series
of exhibition games at the Sonesta
Beach 3:30 tomorrow afternoon.
Going into the first set,
co-captain Mathew Lcckey at the
line served 10 consecutive points,
including two aces, before
Mc'herson on a bump over the net
stopped the rally. As they served
the hall out of hounds. Max Smith
and Danny Stuhbs combined for
the remaining five points to lead C.
C. to victory.
Coach Grant then again put on
his secondary team and they
continued where the first team left
off. Behind the spiking of Wilfred
Culmer and the all-round play of
Leon Wilson, Ronnie Archer moved
Sweeting High to a 10-0 lead before
his serve was broken. Archer served
four aces. Mcl'herson High again
was unable to make use of their
serve and C. C. ran to another
victory.
Having seen what McPherson was
made of, coach Grant then put on
his third grade team and they -
behind the nine point service of
Godrey Cartwright sped to a 12-0
lead. Over confident as they tried
to make it three consecutive
skunks, C.C. slipped up and
McPherson got through with five
points. "They were playing too
careful," noted coach Grant.
Sweeting High in that last set saw
good setting from Creswell Stuart
who placed the hall well for spikers
Keith Wells and Sherwin Brown.
In Thursday's game C. C.
Sweeting Iigh stopped St. John's
College 15-2, 15-4 and 15-4. "No
problems," boasted coach Grant.
Sweeting High are now looking
towards their clash with defending
champions Prince William's High on
Thursday. This game is expected to
he played at the A. It. Adderley
Gym.






AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. (;B
Boston 3 0 1.000
Baltimore 4 I .800
Detroit 2 3 .400 2
Milwaukee 1 2 .333 2
Cleveland 2 4 .333 2V1
New York 2 4 .333 2V/
West Division
Kansas City 5 2 .714 -
Minnesota 4 2 .667 V/
California 3 3 .500 I Vr
Chicago 2 2 .500 11I
Texas 2 3 .400. 2
Oakland 1 5 .167 31/
Friday's Results
Detroit 4. Cleveland 3
Kansas City 12, Chicago 5
Minnesota 8. Oakland 4
Texas 4, C('alifornia 2
Milwaukee 2, Baltimore 0
Today's Games
lBoston (Tiant 1-0) at New York
(Peterson 0-1), 2 p.m.
Oakland (Holtzman 0-I1) at
Minnesota (Blyleven I-I), 2:15
p.m.
Kansas City (Splittorff 1-0) at
Chicago (Wood 1 -1), 2:15 p.m.
Baltimore (Alexander 1-0) at
Milwaukee (Lockwood 0-0), 2.30
p.m.
Cleveland (Dunning 0-0) at Detroit
(J. Perry 0-0), 3:15 p.m.
California (Singer 1-0) at Texas
(Hand 0-0), 8.30 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pe;t. GB
Pittsburgh 4 0 1.000 -
New York 4 I .800 V2
Chicago 2 3 .400 21A
Montreal 2 3 .400 2 1
Philadelphia 2 3 .400 2%
St. Louis 1 5 .167 4
West Division
San francisco6 1 .857 -
Cincinnati 4 2 .667 1l/2
Houston 4 4 .500 2t
Atlanta 3 4 .429 3
San Diego 3 5 .375 3V/
Los Angeles 2 6 .250 4/V2
Friday's Results
Pittsburgh at Montreal, ppd., cold
Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 3
San Diego 5, Houston 4
Philadelphia 7, New York I
St. Louis 6, Chicago3
Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 5
Today's Games
Pittsburgh (Briles 0-0) at Montreal
(McAnally 1-0), 2.15 p.m.
Chicago (Reuschel 0-0) at St. Louis


Liverpool grab 2 point lead


over Arsenal in soccer race
LONDON (AP)--Kevin Keegan scored a priceless penalty goal for
Liverpool Saturday and sent his team into a two points lead over Arsenal in
the race for the English soccer league title.
The penalty gave Liverpool a 1-0 UNITED 2. Mike Pejic, Sto'e
win over West Bromwtch. Arsenal defender, scored two goals against
were held to a 1-1 draw at home by his own team. He diverted a shot by
Tottenham and Leeds. also in the Lou Macari into the net in the 65th
hunt for the championship, could minute. Stoke then forged into a
only manage a 1-1 draw at West 2-1 lead with goals by Jimmy
Ham. Greenhoff and John Ritchie, but
Liverpool now have 55 points with only six minutes to go
with four games to play. Arsenal unhappy Pejic did It again this
are on 53 points, also with four time trying to clear a shot by Peter
games to come. Leeds have six Fletcher.
games left and have 49 points.
This was how the games went: Norwich, West Bromwich and
LIVERPOOL I WEST Crystal Palace share bottom place
BROMWHICH 0. Nearly 50,000 in the standings with 28 points, and
fans saw Liverpool attack it locts as if two of them will go
persistently but fall to finish off down to the second division. West
their movements. But in the 14th Bromwich have three games to play
minute Steve Heighway was and the other two have four games
brought down and Keegan slammed left each. Leicester are four points
the Penalty home. Peter Cormack ahead.
hit the post from 30 meters and Burnley lead the second division
Alec Lindsay and Emlyn Hughes with 53 points and Queen's Park
were foiled by John Osborne's rangers ae one point behind in
I second place. There is a gap of
brilliant goalkeeping as West seven points between Rangers and
Bromwich defended grimly, the third team, Aston Villa.
ARSENAL 1 TOTTENHAM I t. e
Arsenal didn't look like a
championship team. Martin Chivers
scored from 15 yards for
Tottenham in the 58th minute,
after Alan Gilzean had made the
opening with a glancing header. LONDON (AP)-Results of
One minute later George Armstrong Saturday's British soccer games:
pushed the ball through for Peter ENGLISH LEAGUE
Storey to equalize. Tottenham Division I
goalkeeper Pat Jennings, recently Arsenal I Tottenham I
named England's soccer star of the Coventry 0 Derby 2
year, defied Arsenal in the closing Crystal Palace I Ipswich 1
minutes. Leicester 0 Birmingham I
WEST HAM I LEEDS 1. West Liverpool I West Bromwich 0
liam pounded away at the Leeds Manchester C. 3 Sheffield U. I
goal but had no luck with their Norwich I Chelsea 0
shooting. The turning point was an Southampton I Newcastle I
injury to West Ham goalkeeper Stoke 2 Manchester United 2
Bobby Ferguson, who was carried West Ham I Leeds I
off in the second half. Bermudan Wolverhampton 4 Everton 2
star Clyde Best put on the goalie's Division 2
jersey and was beaten by Allan Aston Villa I Bristol City 0
Clarke in the 82nd minute. Pat Blackpool 2 Preston 0
Holland levelled the scores in the Brighton 2 Orient I
dying seconds. Carlisle 0 Hull City I
WOLVERHAMPTON Fulham 2 Oxford 0
EVERTON 2. John Richards scored Huddersfield 0 Burnely 2
three goals in a brilliant display for Nottingham I Middlesbrough 3
Wolves. He breasted down a long Queen's Park 2 Luton 0
pass and swivelled to volley home Sheffield Wed. I Cardiff 0
the first goal from the edge of the Sunderland 2 Portsmouth 0
penalty box in the 21st minute. Swimdon 0 Millwall 0
Five minutes later he scored again
from a similar position after Derek Division 3
Dougan had put him through. John Blackburn 2 Bournemouth I
Connolly pulled one back for Bristol Rovers 2 Walsall I
Everton before half-time and the Charlton 2 Wrexham I
visiting team pressed hard in the Chesterfield 2 Scunthorpe I
second half. In the last six minutes Grimsby 2 Transmere 0
Richards scored for Wolves, Joe Oldham I Halifax 1
Harper for Everton and Ken Hibbitt Plymouth I Notts County 4
for Wolves. Rotherham I Southend 0
SO U TH AM PTON I Swansea 0 Port Vale I
NEWCASTLE 1. After Newcastle Watford 2 Brentford 2
had missed chances Stewart York City I Rochadale 2
Barrowclough sent them into the
lead in the 67th minute. Ten SCOTTISH LEAGUE
minutes later Mike Channon was
fouled, Terry Paine floated a Division I
free-kick across the goal and Paul Airdrie I East Fife I
Gilchrst headed an equalizer for Arbroath I Aberdeen I
Southampton. Dumbarton I Ayr United I
LEICESTER 0 BIRMINGHAM Dundee 5 Falkirk 3
1. Birmingham, who until recently Hibernian 0 Motherwell I
faced a possible drop to the second Kllmarnock 2 Hearts I
division, hauled themselves to Morton 5 Partick Thistle 0
certain safety with agoa by Alan Rangers 2 Dundee United 1
Campbell in the 53rd minute. He St. Johnstone I Celtic 3
headed in from a cross by Bob Division 2
Latchford. Leicester swarmed to Brechin 0 Berwick 3
the attack and gained one corner Clyde I Alloa 0
after another, but Birmingham's Dunfermline 4 Montrose I
defense held out. East Stirling I Cowdenbeath 0
NORWICH 1 CHELSEA 0. Hamilton I St. Mirren 2
A goal by David Cross Stenhousemuir I Queen of South I
in the 38th minute gave Norwich Stirling Albion 3 Forfar 4
their first league victory in 20 Stranraer 1 Albion Rovers 0
games. Chelsea never got going and
only fine goalkeeping by Peter IRISHBEATFRANCE
Bonetti saved them from a heavier ISH BEAT FRANCE
defeat.
MANCHESTER CITY 3 DUBLIN (AP)- Ireland beat
S H E F FIEsLaD U N TED France 6-4 ina rugby union thriller
Manchester's star trio of marksmen Saturday and the five nations
- Francis Lee, Colin Bell and tournament ended in an
Rodney Marsh grabbed a goal unprecedented five-way tie.
each in a convincing win. Lee France needed to tie to win the
slammed home a penalty for hands title. In the closing minutes Jean
in the 14th minute. Bell made it 2-0 Pierre Romeu missed a fairly easy
in the 28th minute after a move conversion a kick that would
involving Lee and Marsh. In the have put France level and won the
59th minute Marsh himself scored championship.
the best goal of the game. All The five nations England,
Sheffield could manage was a Scotland Wales, Ireland and France
headed goal by Geoff Slamons all finished the tournament with
three minutes from the end. four points from four games. This
CRYSTAL PALACE I IPSWICH had never previously happened
1. Palace, fighting for first division since the championship was started
survival, took a surprise lead in the in 1893.
52nd minute when Ipswich Ireland led 3.0 at half-time and
defender Allan Hunter handled and went on to lead 6-0 two penalty
Don Rogers scored with the goals.
penalty. Bryan Hamilton ran round They held that lead until injury
time. Then Jean Francois
goalkeeper John Jackson to level Philiponneau took a pass from Jo
the scorres ten minutes later.
COVENTRY 0 DERBY 2. John Maso and went over from a brilliant
O'Hare shot a fine goal for Derby in try.
the 12th minute after Coventry had Romet who had kicked 26
done the early attacking. Derby got points for France in the three
on top but could not score again previous games, missed the
until the 79th minute, when Kevin Frenchman buried his head in his
Hector netted from a cross by hands amid a roar from the 50,000
STOKE 2 MANCHESTER fans at Landsdowne Road stadium.


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TROPIGAS LTD. will be CLOSED during the Easter Holiday Weekend
beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, 19th. April thru Monday 23rd April,
1973. You are therefore reminded to order gas now and avoid any
inconvenience during this period.


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Must be able to supervise production for variety of
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Salary commensurate with experience.

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