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ReiseedwthPstate f aamsfo osae oesaon iti teBaaas)Nassau and Bahamna Islands Leading Newspaper

VOL. LXX, No. 127 Saturday, April 21,1973 P rice: 20 Cents


HO TEL UNIOW TO '5AR CH F OR BR E D'


rairon-sp nstaT far on
Monday to raise money~ to aid
ab"',",to unn n menbr
when two, hotels shut down.
A union spokesmian said
that, be~sides raising money to
help those who lostl their jobs
with the closure of the
Locfthouse ('lub in January and
the G;lencegles hotel about a
month ago. the march and fair
will hopefully yield enough
onomyu t
The marchers are sc~hedtuled
to leave Windsor Park. Wuffi
Kad at about Srr0 ~m


wes to flut Ilill KoJ suuth
park.
On the return of the
marchers to the park union
president David Knowles will
officially open the fair. T he
Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown will give
the invocation.


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FAMED CANADIAN CHOIR ARRIVES
THE JOHN HODGINS SINGERS arrived at Nassau international Airport Friday
afternoon for their engagement for a concert of sacred music at Christ Church Cathedral
at 8.45 p.m. Easter Sunday. The 30-member group was greeted at the airporthby several
Cathedral officials and by Mrs. Clarice Granger, extreme right, wife of Cathedral Dean
William Granger. The singers are under the direction of Mr. John Hodgins, back row
centre, and are considered one of the finest Canadian girls' choirs. The singers toured the
great Cathedrals of Britain, including Westminster Abbey, in 1953, and represented
Canada at the New York World's Fair and at Expo '67 in Monkre OO hii ymnte




Mental Hellath paleli WSIS it made


GaSiti fOr rape victims to tell their story
By MIKE LOTHIAN
SOMETHING MUST BE DONE to make it emotionally easier for rape victims to report the


By NICKI KELLY

A GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR RESIDENT who narrowly escaped a plane crash 15
Friday morning in a car accident at Eleuthera.


months ago was killed early

Born in North Wales, Mr.
Mitchell owned a sheep ranch
in New Zealand before coming
to the Bahamas 22, years ago.
Hie sold the ranch and he and
his Cif nteaG travelled here
Although he had limited use
of one arm and one leg after a
polio attack at 16, friends said
he never let this hamper his
activity.
BASsAss honor ev life


''terrific and tremendous
'"an.
For the past f our years he
served as BASRA commander
at Governor's Hlarbour, during
which time ,Mr. Astarita said,
he participated in a number of
rescues and saved a number of
lie rl ier this month he
assisted in the rescue of
Americans Mr. and Mrs.
Causewell, whose yacht Bon
Ton Relay sank off Exuma.
"David never used eratches.
~fe could sail any kind of boat,
drove a car and ran his business
without difficulty," Mr.
Astarita said
Mr. Mitchell's manager,
Lester Lathrop, told the
Tribune that before opening
his own company 15 years ago,
the tall Welshman had travelled
up and down Eleuthera acting
as the agent for Lister engines
and doing maintenance work.
"ile swam twice a day
because he felt it was the best
way to stay healthy," Mr.
Lathrop said.
NARROW ESCAPE
On New Year's eve 19)71,
Mr. Mitchell narrowly escaped
death when a seaplane in which
he was a passenger crashed
shortly after takeoff.
The plane, piloted by a
friend, Captain Jack Neiman of
G;atlinburg, Tennessee, failed
to gain sufficient altitude on
takeoff from G~overnor's
liarbour. sliced off the branch
of acasuarina, grazed the roof
of the Mitchell home, chopped
of f the tp ofda co nuthpa e

ground upside down.
drBoth meonmsurie ade g b
Mr. Lathrop and the Mitchells'

snMar. Mineow suffered head
cuts and a number of broken
ribs.


Medical Clinic.
The accident occurred at
about 7 a.m. shortly after Mr.
Mitchell had picked up Samson
Gnder r's Hrbeo rning to
Reports from G;overnor's
Harbour said the accident
occurred when Mr. Mitchell


attempted to overtake another
car travelling north along the
high wa y into G;overnor's
Harbour.
Asv Cini ttae covr ti l
sports car hit a "Isoft spot" in
the road, went outt of control
and slammed into a c~lumip of
rock on the roadside


Dead is 58-year old David
Mitchell, owner of the
Eleuthera Marine and Sports
Company and the Marina and

Cvrnor's Hrsbour, En uether .
A Haitian employee, Dennis
Samson, survived the crash and
is being detained at the Levy


aitian is keIcked


bl~lyr 8Cid 88tS


A HAITIAN national is
listed in "fair" condition at the
Princess Margaret Hospital
today following a traffic
accident in which he was
injured on Friday night.
Lucius J ean-Bap tiste
between 40 and 45 years old,
-. was a pren strian walking along
Mackey Street near the Honda
agency at about 8:15 p.m.
when he was involved in an
accident with car number 3956
being driven by Mark Stubbs of
Warren Street, Oakes Field,
police said.
He is suffering from head
injuries, a hospital spokesman
said.
A Kennedy Subdivision
resident was detained at the
h sptal Th rday ni ht
asploin un rs dent o
foll wi Road nen thie turn-on
to the Bahamnas E'lectricity
Corpora ion su -taion.
Mrs. Mabel Strachan was
injured at about 8:50 p.m.
Thursday while driving car
NP'D 642, which was involved
in a collision with car number
51 being driven by Leroy
Major of St. James Road.
Major was treated at the
hospital for minor injuries and
discharged. Mrs. Strachan was
detained at the hospital, but
discharged on Friday,a
spokesman said.

amTn 20 on Ned Pvidwe c
Roads recorded by police for
Thursday and Friday.


be brought to justice, a panel discussing rape concluded Thursday


incidents to that offenders can

notpa 1 c Iin

psychologist, D~r. Kiirkland
cosmer, a pr vate practitioner:
attorney Janet Bostwick, a
Supreme Court prosecutor; and
Dr. Archie D~onaldson,
moderator. The dfiscussron,
held in the St. Agnes
Schoolroom, was sponsored by
the Bathamas Mental Healtli
Associa ion,
The panellists ag~reed that
only a small minority of' rape
cases ever get before the
courts, because either thle
victims or their parents or bod'
are unwilling to face the
exposure


one day for lunch and I saw a
young boy under a tree by my
car, looking very nervous and
embarrassed.
"I asked him if he wanted to
see me. He asked me if a boy
can contract venereal disease if
he's assaulted by a mnan. ie
didn't use hetseewordshabtb

said. I told him yes and then
led him back into the office for
examination.
"But the point is, we must
realize how much courage it
takes to go to a doctor about
something like that."
It would take even more
courage, he said, to go to the
police.
The news, media strictly
observe a policy of never
publishing the names or

involved in court cases.
However, trials are hell In
open court, and the victim has
to tell her or his story within
the hearing of anyone who
walks in. Occasionally the
court will be cleared if the
victim finds it difficult to
continue in the presence of so
many strangers.
Mrs. Bostwick dealt with the
legalities of rape. Sen.
Tertullien brought out the fact
that of the 33 persons in prison
here now for sexual crimes,
only four are married, and only
two of the prison inmates have
previous convictions for sexual
offences.


c~ourts." Sen. Terrtullien said,
because a girl would have to
he excposed, and would have to
face exposure of what
happened to her. Something
should be done in this aspect
of the problems so offenders
can be dealt with."
D)r. C:ulmer, dealing with the
samet point, brought out the
fact that young boys also are
often the victim of sexual
assaults
BOYS EXPOSED
"Young boys are very much
exposed to criminal assaults of


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AIR TRAVEL, backbone of the tourist industry, declined
11.54 per cent in March compared to the same month last year,
and overall visitor count was down 8.75 per cent in the same
period, Ministry of Tourism statistics have disclosed.


13.27 per cent from 50,782
arrivals during March, 1972.
Arriving in Freeport by air last
month were 35,531 visitors, a
decrease of 16.47 per cent
from 42,537 recorded for
March, 1972. However, sea
arrivals in Freeport last month
totalled 8,510, an increase of
3.21 per cent over the 8,245
who disembarked in March,
1972.
The total number of visitors
to the Out Islands last month
was 16.715, down 2.99 per
cent fro~m the 17,230 for
March, 1972. Despite a 2.2
decrease in total air visitors for
the Out Islands last month,
strong gains in air arrivals were
madle in MARSH HARBOR,
Ahbaco and GR K HAT
HAR BOUR CAY, Berry
Islands. Marsh Hlarbour showed
a 29.27 per cent increase and
Great Harbour Cay 13.42 per
cent.
A Ministry of Tourrism
spokesman said the March
visitor decline was expected
and had been foreast a month
ago. Hie cited the late Easter
holiday period, unseasonally
mild weather in the
northeastern United States anti
the pic etinh pal 1 rinionth

labour officials there, thus
disrupting scheduled cruises to>


For the first three months of
this year the total number of
:bitors was e~n 6.07 per cent
compared with the first quarter
of 1972, when 417,693 arrivals
were recorded.
From January I to March 31
this year, the all-Bahamas
visitor count was 393,329.
Visitors to the Bahamas in
March numbered 149,561,
down 8.75 per cent from
163,896 arrivals in the
corresponding month last year,
Ministry figures indicated.
The figure, however, also
includes transit air passengers.
Arriving in the Bahamas by
air last month were 108,362
visitors, a decrease of I1.54 per
cent from 122,499 who flew in
during March, 1972. Sea
arrivals last month were
41,100, a decrease of 0.48 per
cent from 41,397 who
disembarked during the
corresponding month of 1972
Visitors to NASSAU last
month totalled 88,805, a
decrease of 7.38 per cent from
the 95,884 who came during
March, 1972. Air arrivals last
month were 58,257, down
10.46 per cent from the
65,060 recorded for the
corresponding month la tr ead

Bahama, received 44,04 1
visitors last month, down


be Caeu SFiO ver E aste r

DESPITE A LITTLE RAINFALL and an unaccountable drop
in the incidence of bush fires over the past 24 hours, Fire Chief
Joseph Baillargeon this morning renewed his warning against
carelessness with fire during the coming weekend-


Mr. Baillargeon said the
rainfall in New Providence over
the past two days "has n~t
been enough to really make a
difference. The sub-soil and
undergrowth had to be well
soaked before it makes a
difference. With the rain we
have been having, the ground Is
dry again an hour later."
However, "either the public
has been more careful, or
something else bas happened,
because it (bush fire) has died
deowa n t aes 2 cors It
the showers."
goN w Provide ce ishpres 1 l
recorded "absolute drought" in

rsult tat nnme os bs ie
have plagued fire-fighters.
m ki. Baillatrgeeon batatritated
carelessness by the public. 110
sa id most of theml were
probably started by cigarettes
thrown from cars or by
property y owners lighting
rubbish fires in high winds.

JIMMY FRENCH, SR.
HAS HEART ATTACK
MR. N. J. (Jimmy) French,
82, suffered a severe heart
aR tack aathisa rne in8 Vil u~

[;:'tedy iHe was adtd o

"nnon'"e uf te fail tda

"stable," but still serious.
FIRE AT PMH
AN ELECTRICAL short-
circuit in a fan early this
morning drew the Fire Brigade
to the canteen in the Out
Patients Department of the
Princess Margaret Hospital.
A spokesman for the fire
department said they were
called to the hospital at about
12:25 a~m. Damage was
confined to the fan, the
spokesman said

del ewit m"sedeepl 'tn Ih o re
on Thursday and Friday


T'he Fire C'hief said this
morning that the two fires
which have occupied most of
the attention of the Fire
Brigade one on G~ladstone
Road andi another in Stapledon
Gardens have been inactive
for the past 36 hours.
On G;ladstone Road the
blaze kept firemen busy for
about 48 hours. and the
Stapledon fire flared up several
times over asix-day period.


me~m ers oR Ahe Baha asu Hoed


end Ct p c pWorakers' Ili 1


7,? t was miraculous how he
Survived that crash which was
Sacdn,100 times worse than the auto
aciet"Mr. Lathrop said
$i this morning.
H~e noted Mr. Mitchell could

30 miles an hour when the car
I' hit the rock.
it is understood that it was
eMre mNitchell'silwish that hfi 1
arrangements have not yet
been made pending an autopsy.

CORRIPTISH N II il

PLACES DISCUSSION


TH(E BAHAMAS H-otel and
Catering Workers' Union has
negotiated a system of rotation
to prevent the laying off of 14
workers employed by Nassau
Airport Caterers.
Union secretary Bobby
G;linton told the Tribune this
morning that last te d e

catierngbeci se t eny wanted to
close out some of the hours of
opning nhefou of their coff"


wta trsAs at rsul soaT f
indefinitely."
During a series of meetings
with management. Mr. Glinton
said, the union negotiated a
rotation system so that
"whatever work is left is
divided among all the
employees, so none are laid
off."
Mr. G;linton said the Nassau
Airport Caterers have cut their
coffee shop opening hours
from 16 hours to ten hours a
day.

Isai te d of all th e yee


hour shifts.
Management could not be
contacted for comment




SEVENTEEN employees of
the Blue Vista Hotel on Cable
Beach, who were laid off~ on
Monday, returned tol ir o

in erenti n byteBahamias

s ion. a union spokesman

T`he spokesman said
management has ag~reed to
rotate the staff so that
everyone remains emplloyed,
although at shorter hours.
The 17 were laid offhecause
the hotel has fewer
commitments for meals on the
premises from in-c~oming,
guests.

NO TRIBUNE MONDAY
THE TRIBUINE will not be
hdblise ynEaster Mfondlay, a


SI X panellists are next
month to discuss whether
political corruption in high
places is justified. the
Interdenominational Christian
Youth Association announced.
On the panel will be
attorney Jeanne Thompson,
Speaker of the House of
Assembly Arlington Butler,
Senator Foulkes, preacher Rex
Major, the Rev. Dr. H. W.
Brown and Association advisor
Basil Johnson.
The discussion is scheduled

Boahamasp Tache s' 401 get i
Oakes Field.


NINE NEW IAB AIR STEWARDESSES
EYECONTAC-r NINE STEWARDESSES have completed a five-week training
TEYE LENSES course abroad and received certificates on Thursday to officially
TESTS join the flight crew of International Air Bahama. Mr. Bruce
ROBERT T. HIRST Braynen, chairman of the Bahamas Air Transport Licensing
Authority, presented the new stewardesses with their certificates
Optometrist in ceremonies at the Balmoral Beach Hotel. Proudly displaying
Savoy Bldg. the certificates are from left, Frances Thompson, Theresa King*
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QUEEN ELIZABETH IS 47TODAY
WINDSOR, ENG;LANI), APRIL 21 (AP)- Queen Elizabeth II spent her
47th1 birthday quietly with her family behind the ramparts of Windsor
InLodan twe oyal salutes cralcked out. In Hyde Park, the Royal
Horse Artillery fired 41 guns and at the Tower of London the Honorable
Are lory, mp tfied 62 round seems to be lost in antiquitity." said the
Tower battery commander. But It was believed to be the number of guns
once possessed by the ancient bastion beside the Thames.
One of the first to wish the monarch happy birthday Saturday was
Australian Prime Minister G~ough Whitiarm. Hie and his wife, in Britain on a
private and official visit which lasts until next Wednesday, spent the night
at Windsor.
The Australians drove into Lonldon in mid morning, leaving the Queen
with her husband Prince Philip, daughter Anne, sons Idward and Andrew,
theo Queen Mother Elizabeth, Princess Margaret and her husband Lord
Only Prince Charles, the heir to the throne. was massing. He was with his
Royal Navy ship in the West Inidies.
QE2 BLACKED OUT BY ISRAEL SECURITY
LOND)ON, APRIL 21 (AP) Tlhe luxury liner Q)ueen Elizabeth 2,
tasnaro erd into an flaing fotrera7 tfur nit vae to Iraee ft smen 60
about 100 miles from israel, the ship's owners said.
The blackout was a final precuation against possible attack by Arab
territ ny nter lsI otfdits si-dcay voyag hfro Southamp on, Englantd.

Cunard, the ship's owners said the darkening action was taken on the
advice of thle Israeli defense ministry. It did not elaborate.
foralst ish salraddy twgunn tl Usecuriy for te EI and hrtphaeueengrs
state's 25th anniversary celebrations.
HANOI WARNED BY U.S. ON VIOLATIONS
WASHIINGTON (AP) U-I.S. Secretary of State William P. Rogers
Thursday warned Hanoi that unless it lives up to the Vietnam cease fire
agreement the Nixon administration will drop its plans to provide
economic assistance.
"Obviously, we have nlo intention of asking Congress for assistance to
Nrh rita unes Ih rec igemn is tlly Imlmned, Rg
habits to come easily to an area engaged in warfare for so long." But, he
said, then r.."willa se every methoxl and diplomatic device to see to it
Rogers said that even with implementation of the agreement it would be
difficult to get the aid idea through C:ongress: but, he said, he thought
Congress would "act responlsbly in providing that assistance" to North
Vietnam if the agreement is honoured. (4 SEE: STORY THIS PAGE)
N. VIETS TROOPS MOVEMENT PUZZLE
WASHINGTON (AP') The North Vietnamese are moving large
numbers of their troops in and out of the northern part of South Vietnam
but the U.S. Defense Department Is not sure what it all means.
sp Va souerelements ie elnivinlghuin several different directions,"
"There is tenuous evidence of some realignment of North Vietnamese
forces In the area (the D~emilitarized Zone)," he said. "But we are not
prepared to draw any conclusions about It."
Even as the headquarters units of some North Vietnamese units were
spotted moving in the northern part of South Vietnam, F~riedhelm said the
infiltration of new troops and equipment down the Ho Chi Minh trail into
Cambodia, Laos and South Vietnam continues.
FONDA QUALIFIES HER P.O.W. TORTURE STORY
LOS ANGELES (AP) Actress Jane Fondar says she will "eat her
wards rf it can be Nroved in court that U.S. prisoners of war were tortured
Speaking to students at the University of California, Wednesday, Mis
F~onda said, "we are prepared to back down if it can be proven to our
satisfaction."
haThe antbwa aciitaale s sald thet POW's wh c tm td t saet k at
there "might have been isolated incidents of torture."
"We should remain very skeptical," of torture claims, she said. "We have
no reason to believe that U.S. air force officers tell the truth. They are
p0ro~''~Tf 'I would be proved, she added, by opening up medical
records Qlreth~rning POW's or by questioning the men In an open forum or
court n, wu.
U.S. PROTESTS TO HUNGRY AND POLAND
WASHIlNGTON (AP') T'he United States in a protest to Hungary
charged that the Hlungarian element of the four-nation Vietnam Control
Commission did not live up to it pledge that it will carry out Its task
co j H grian deeed n h uch rge.
An identucal and simultaneous protest was made to Poland, both by
Deputy Secretary of State Kenneth Rush who summoned the Hungarian
and Polish ambassadors to his office late in March, offklails said Friday.
There hasl been no reply from the Poles.
NIXONS IN FLORIDA FOR EASTER
WASHINGTON (AP) President and Mrs. Nixon flew to Key Biscayne

ndd n acm nyng t peident were his daughters, Tricia and Julie,
A White House spokesman said it was not known when the President
would return to Washington,
ETte on kr n Nx~oinc sl usb nbe at th d.F ld arWhite House fo rthe
Ft. Benning, Ga., where he Is attending a parachute jumping school.
All of the Nixons are expected to go to Easter Sunday church services at
the Biscayne Presbyterian church near their V'lorida home.
DEFENCE RESTS IN PENTAGON PAPERS CASE
LOS ANGELES (AP) D~efence attorneys for Daniel Ellsberg and
Anthony Russo rested their case Friday after testimony of their last
M ee d sfobdens a bylldt ntert tond law expert Richard f alk as its 27th
witness in the Pentagon Papers case, to testify about the relations of "war
crimes" In Vietnam to the case.
After Falk had taken the stand and stated his qualifications as an expert,
U.S. d strict court judge Matt Burne ruled questions concerning war crimes
Defense attorneys then rested their case.
HUGE MOONSHINE STILL FOUND IN TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENN. (AP)-F'ederal agents have raided a moonshine
wh dk pril (eel 8wh sey-matking machine) so large they say they will
"I am positive this is the largest still ever seized in Tennessee and
posbyxthe arpest in th national" said dhlv es Rid l, eaent in charge of
Riddle said the still had a capacity of IS,227 gallons and could run off
400 gallons of moonshine a day.
"At the rate of 10.50 dollars tax on a gallon of whisky, this was a tax
loss to the government of 40,200 dollars a day," Riddle said*
pri stsl tis tso lar ,stRid le said, the government is arranging with a
Riddle said Eugene Butler and Alma Jean Butler were arrested and
charged with possessing a moonshinle still and possessing illicit liquor. They
posted 31,000 bond each and were released.
Riddle estimated the still had been in operation about four mon ths.


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Saturday April 21, 1973.


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At the same time, Secretary
of State William P. Rogers
warned Hanoi that unless it
lives up to the cease-fire
agreement the Nix on
administration will drop its
plan to provide economic
assistance to North Vietnamm.
.The series of actions were
nenldetdo tto muv astgr
signals~~~~ .o th omnsst
Washington will insist that

e ui mto ito South msetnanm
be ended and that North
Vietnam withdraw its military
Forces from Cambodia an
A high U.S. State
Department official said in
Washin ton that unless Hanoi
adheres to terms of the
Vietnam peace agreement
signed in Paris Jan. 27, the
a xon ami istrattion ri ovte

CAB IA FAILURE
Mhl POntagon spokesman
Jerry W. Friedheim spoke of
the Communist side's failure to
rset the lateral cease-fire
desclaed be ihe government of
Cambodia as one reason for the
minesweeping suspension
reports from Phnom Penh told
omm sotun- attacks by

thAssociated theess rehportensa d
te scene of th igng si
North Vietnamese led troops
again closed Highway 4 i
Phnom Penh's only land link
wit th eepwater seaporttthd of
Kimpong Som. the U. S. ~
built road had been reopened
only 10 days ago. Cambodian
forces were reported to have
suffered heavy casualties, with
at least 20 dead, 30 wounded
and an undisclosed number
missing.
All of the major roadways




IN THE HQIIO CI TY

JERUSALEM (AP) Easter
pilgrims braved chilling winds to
walk through the narrow alleyways
ftutr yold cat to attend Holy
Church of the Holy Sepulchr us
The Israelis continued their
tough surveillance to guard against
possible Arab sabotage during the
ceheatiofs tadthes estate's 25th
Observant Jews, mean while,
avalk p through the smhe sit a
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honest shrine
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from Phnom Penh have been
cut by North Vietnamese and
insurgent Cambodian forces in
an apparent drive to strangle
Phnom Penh and force the
collapse of the government of
President Lon Nol.
The initial disclosure that
the United States had halted
the sweeping of mines came
from the North Vietnamese
foreign ministry. A statement
crrie b Hdantoi's offi ial news

taken unilaterally two days ago
and the U. S. task force had
withdrawn from off the coast.
Several h ou ra later,
Friedheim confirmed that the
operation has been suspended
"beas of continued
cease-fire violations by he
other side and failure to abide
by the agreements and
assurances of Paris."
Friedheim's statement also

spliets from nort d ina
ito South Vietnm
The U. S. action clearly
violates an appendix to the
Vietnam agreement, signed in
Paris Jan. 27, on clearing sea
mines. Article 1 of this
appendix states:
Other articles of the
appendix say that the United
States and North Vietnam shall
agree upon the earliest possible
target date for the completion
of the work and the operation
shall be conducted in
accordance with priorities and
timing agreed upon by the two
parties.


WATERGATE BOMBSHELL


Former AG tells of



pa ments made to



bugging conspirators

WASHINGTON (AP)- Former Attorney-Geeneral John
Mitchell reportedly has charged that his Nixon campaign deputy,
Jeb Magruder, went over his head to the White House to obtain
approval for the Watergate bugging.
The "Washington Post" type of widespread undercover
quotes a Mitchell associate as intelligence-gathering activities
saying Mite. rrll told a federal against the Democrats.
grand jury that unnamed White Through his lawyer, Mitchell
Ifouse officials allowed the confirmed Friday that two of b
surveillance of the Democratic the three meetings when
Party headquarters. bugging was discussed were
Mitchell was followed on the held while he served as the b
stand by White House counsel nation's highest legal officer. W
John Dean. The "New York "H-e's a sophisticated man," p
Times" today quotes sources attorney William G. Hundley c
close tothe Watergs e afara adh I hiwaclie Id Each time r

payments to the Watergate proposed bugging, "he cut it G
defendants after their arrests. off." Asked about the charges w
T`he payments reportedly that Mitchell had helped r
totalled more than arrange for payments to buy "
175-thousand dollars in the silence of the seven tl
I 00-dollar bills. Dean's convicted Wa te rga te a
attorney, Robert McCandliss,is cons irators, Hundley said
quoted as denying the report. "We don't feel there's any hush H
Mitchell reportedly testified money involved."
be approved post-arrest Mitchell, meanwhile, said "I h

cnmp rnatsors ou ean asciat dendans Im hveaeve He
says Mitchell insists the money anly of the counsel and I never
was for legal expenses and not handled any of the money." e
to buy their silence. NOT EXPLAINED si
VETOED, BUT Reporters, who were aware a:
The former attorney general of previous sworn statements u
reportedly insisted under oath by Mitchell that he had known P
that he turned down plans for at least two of the consiprators s
the Watergate hugging and that he had discussed the a
operation three times. The last bugging with counsel for the
meeting, on Key Biscayne, was Committee for the Reelection h
attended by himself, Frederick of the President, pressed for an p
C. LaRue, an assistant to explanation and were told: "I t
Mitchell, a nd convicted answered your question fully a
Water ga te conspirator G. and completely." ri
Gordon Liddy, the associate Mitchell was followed on the d
said. grand juywitness stand Friday p
However, Mthl o he by presidential counsel Dean a
associate he believes that high who like the former attorney
White House officials ignored general has been accused: by
his veto and approved plans for former presidential assistant k
the bugging. Magruder of approving plans w
The former attorney general, for the Watergate bugging and F
who also served as campaign pay-offs to keep the convicted d
director for Nixon, reportedly conspirators' lips sealed. a
told the grand jury that he Dean declared on Thursday b
knew that Magruder would not that he will not allow himself h
have m moved ahead to become a scapegoat in the H
independently with plans for Watergate case, amid reliable a
the bugging without receiving reports that he was prepared to
permission from higher tell the grand jury all he knows
authorities. about the Watergate bugging h
Magruder, however, has told and to allege that there was a k
federal prosecutors that subsequent cover-up by White h
Mitchell and White H-ouse House, officials. t
counsel Dean both gave him COVER-UP?
approval to conduct the illegal On Thursday, associates of t
electronic eavesdropping. Dean reported that he would a
The associate said Friday swear under oath that White
that the former attorney Hiouse chief of staff H. R. H
general expects to be indicted (Bob) Haldeman and other
in the grand jury's renewed high White Hlouse officials o
Watergate investigation, along ac tively participated in a b

Lue. Oher soM ce asro hav envo eunent oof pr identshae
told The Washington Post that aides in the bugging. Haldeman
those three men, plus several denied the charge. h
othe preent nd frmer Friday, the same associates u
Nixon Administration officials, said that Dean had preserved
probably will be indicted in the "ouetr vdne,
near fuure. relating to both the bugging a
The grand jury investigation and alleged cover-up, which f'
is known to centre on three the adDa ol rsn
specific areas: wiretapping' h ti
obstucton f jutic an to"Up ton now John Dean has s
perjury. been a true-blue soldier for the w
GRAY CALMWhite Hlouse one associate
After his appearance before ~d, nd n he Wht h
the grand jury Friday, Mitchell H use hs d idedt they ca a
conceded publicly that he had send him up the river for being g
aicse tplanu nte place 1het Iagood soldier. Well, he's going a
electronic surveillance but totk oeletnnsad
contended that "I never captaintshwiths ate said that k
approved any such plans." Dean will implicate people n
The former attorney general, "above and below himself" in a
appearing grayer and weighing the White House heirarchy
less than when he resigned as when telling what he knows s
Nixon's campagin manager last about the bugging and the
July 1, was calm and affable in alleged coverup.
meeting with reporters. Asked to comment on what t
Acknowledging that he had the presidential counsel "
attended meetings at which inp~l r PItpa~r in


JOHN MITCHELL
..former AG may face
Indictment over Watergate

,lame everyone else."
NOT RESIGNING
Two sources in the executive
,ranch have said that the
Vatergate disclosures will
Probably lead to White House
hief of staff Haldeman's

eusbaaidon his home in
;eorgetown Friday, Haldeman
vas asked by ABC radio
reporter Frank Tomlinson,
Could you confirm or deny
hose reports that you are
bout to resign?"
"I can deny them "
laldeman replied.
"You can deny them flatly?"
e was asked.
aldemessasir, uh huh,'
Mitchell's comments Friday
expanded on his earlier public
statements regarding the case
s well as statements he made
nder oath to Democratic
'arty lawyers in a civil lawsuit
temming from the Watergate
Affair
Hundley, his lawyer, said
Mitchell knew that certain
peoplee had intelligence plans
hat included bugging schemes,
.nd Mitchell acknowledged to
reporters that he had "heard
discussions of such (bugging)
,lans" but that they were
lIways "cut off by me.
OPEN TALK
While conceding that he
:new of discussions concerning
wiretapping in general, Mitchell
:riday repeated his earlier
denials that he had any
advance knowledge of plans to
,ug specifically the democratic
leadquarters at the Watergate.
ie said his previous statements
bout the case remain
Loperative,"~
Asked if he had denied
caving such specific prior
knowledgee to the grand jury,
Mitchell replied, "I have done
hat twice and I did it today."
He said he testified before
he grand jury "fully, freely
,nd openly."
In response to a question,
iundley told reporters that
'the President was not aware
,f any of this" (discussions of
,ugging plans)

Asked i herR might be
'some element of perjury" in
Mitchell's earlier statements
Hinder oath, Hundley shook his
head no.
"I don't believe there's been
.ny perjury," he said. "We
eel," Hundley said, "that all
he facts, when evaluated in
he light of existing law, will
oon convince everyone there
vas no criminal violation."
In a television interview,
Mitchell was asked whether
ny of the information
gatheringg operations he
wsurth ori zed"N included
wiretappn is illegal as you
inow and we certainly were
lot authorizing any illegal
Activities," he responded.
Asked about the reported
Statements of his wife, Martha,
Asked about the repeated
statements of his wife, Martha.
hat she feared he was being
made a "scapegoat" in the
Watergate affair, Mitchell said
that he did not have "any
indications that would be the
case, but we'll have to wait and
find out, won't we?n
Mitchell, not smoking his
familiar pipe, emerged from
the federal courthouse with
Hundley at about 3.10 p.m.
After answering questions by a
group of reporters, they drove
off in a blue station wagon.
The Washington Post
reported earlier this week that
Magruder has told federal
prosecutoranthatW thfit hse l

counsel Dean attended a
meeting in Mitchell's office in
Fe bru ary 1972 at which
bugging plans were discussed.


nrrllr gvrlr r~ n11u J' ry,
Dean's attorney Robert
McCandliss, said: ''There have
been too many statements
from too many off-the-record
sources on both sides. Mr.
Dean has made his statement
(a bout refusing to be a
scapegoat in the case) and will
stand on that."
WA R OF CHARGES
Since the Pres id ent
announced his intervention in
the Watergate case Tuesday
there has been a war of charges
and countercharges and
recrimination that is being
fought among the men who -
util the nWathergate skase bro e

considered the epitome of
team players, zealous believers
in customary insistence on
lo Ilty in the Nixon White

By midweek, reliable sources
reported thiat loyalty had been
shat tered, amid confusion
about who might be indicted

oreed wt isd wh od redd
who would be saved.
At the White House the
mood was reportedly somber,
with one middle-level official
sying, "It'g eteva man d


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wiretapping plans were
discussed, Mitchell said: "I
have heard discussion of such
plans. They've always been cut
off by me at all times and I
would like to know who it was
that kept bringing them back
and back and back."
Mitchell testified for more
than 2V2 hours Friday before
the Watergate grand jury, and,
in several discussions with
reporters, insisted he had no
criminal knowledge of plans to

headquarters. Insteamo s ida
former attorney general, he
had been given aspects of "an
entire intelligence-gathering
p rogra mme" aimed at obtainling
"every bit of information that
you could about the opposing
o ndd aoss a nd tth e
electronic surveillance was
turned down and turned down,
and that was disposed of,
Mitchell maintained



previous insistence, dating back
to the Watergate arrests last
June, that the bugging
operation was a complete
srprs and m ser to as .


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SEATTLE (AP) Sen.
Henry M. Jackson, (D-Wash.)

bg ing caelhs tundto att

"It would appear that
everyone's looking for a
scapegoat," Jackson told a
news conference. "It's the
de vd myord nw d for 'how


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U.S. HALTS PARIS TALKS C


Ultimatum given to SOLMIER SHOT In


Hanoi by US over


ceasefire violations

WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Thunrsdy halted
economic talks in Paris with North Vietnam and suspended its
mine swveeping operations in North Vietnamese waters in
rtlisto tor alle ed cease-fire violations.


ULSTER VIOLENCE

BELFAST (AP)-- Guerrilla
snipers shot a British soldier in
woe:.::t-::.dthi wonhs, thee
army reported.
The soldier got a butlet In the
back as he patroled the capital's
Now Lodge Road, a Roman
Catholic district.
The three women came out of
their homes and were giving the
trooper first aid when the snipers
fired two more shots. One of the
bullets ricocheted, the army said,
odnd .l three women were
"We don't know why the
gunmen fired again," a military
spokesrman said. "Probably they
were trying to finish the soldier off
ar uedrhap they sknel p nd t 1Inl

None of the women wai
seriously hurt.
Leaders of Northern Ireland's
prs onwt their wat ant th
British after a night of violence thtt
left at 3-year-odd boyodenad andba
gerlasr of the outlawed Irish
Republican Army.
Residents of Belfast's Roman
Catholic districts braced for an
Easter of turmoil following the
hard-Ilne statement by the IRA s
provisional wing, which favors
usins force to drive the British from
the Protestant-dominated province.
off c IRA's o her wi g, th leftist
Easter declaration, promising to
su nr Tr It Meid itu fvo red odit cal
action to end British Involvement
and unite Northern Ireland with
overwhelmingly Catholic Ireland to
the south.
baiti tioio th and IRA
inuBelfast's Catholic aeeas Rihooi
and gasoline bombing hit both the
capital and Northern Ireland's
second largest city, Londonderry.
b e I-yealr-old boy was killed
"h ge tla gunfire when the ca
with bullets in the predominantly
Catholic Springfield Road. Doctors
said the bullet that killed Anthony
Mc Dowe11 came from
Japanese-made rifle of a type used
by the guerrillas, but not by British
troops. Anthony was the 776th
person killed in the Ulster fighting
since 1969.


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THREE GENERATIONS CELEBRATE o' ""
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THREE GENERATIONS Miss Hilda Thompson who value and importance of his Iliam Martin Ph
OF SWEETINGS celebrated also celebrated her 50th customers to whom he I le on or n wered in Who 5
G. R. Sweeping & Son, anniversary of faithful service extended "warm thanks to earge, non b anewa Gray I'
By ETIENNE DUPUCH Limited's 50th anniversary with the business was given each and everyone of you 0 isor abov
THE HON. Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica. with their staff at the home an inscribed gold wristwatch who have made this occasion siher bracle Jonated Us Gold
addressed a meeting of the IAPA in Montego Bay. Jamaica of Mr. Peter Sweeting on and cut the anniversary cake. possible. Pictured from left to ""' "on by Mr 0
recently. March 26. Mr. Garth Also thanked for their right: Mr. Garth Sweeting r Jonated by <,old
In his address Mr. Manley gave a clear outline of what he war inngbym se fa erspeec pees1teed w ehrvi s orcah B Idara g erationMr. PMtre asilve snu 1 en to Val Patton,
considered the duties, responsibilities, rights and privilegesof the Sweeting, which outlined the corsage were Miss Lilian Sweeting (3rd generation), anner for two Jonated to Iort
press. birth and growth of the Bosfield (40 years service), Miss Hilda Thompson, Miss Montagu II.acl. non by Glen
In a hemisphere where more and more the press is being business over the past 50 Mrs. Sadie Lowe (28 years Lilian Bosfield, Mrs. Sadie Moore, on Jews Pennerman,
suppressed or harassed by new governments in what has come to years. The staff was thanked service) and Mrs. Barbara Lowe and Mr. G. R. Special prves for the f amil>
be known as Third World developing countries, it was reassuring for their participation and Weech (26) years service). Mr. Sweeping, founder. 'Ianks << hauted by Home 1
to hear at least one head of government in the area publicly contributions over the years. Sweeping did not forget the Iurniture acknowl ge the value and importance of an independent press in et I.,anan a

Mr. Manley has this clear understanding of the Press because, in me n ass nt or n turtle 0.0 .
the early days of his career, he was a journalist in Jamaica. To8 is it def isive treaty. gaman Emperor lanid rail 1 /sk\ $ n is ) r lock. Jan tied by Chas. 1 to
In the opening passage of his speech he lined himself up solidly 21st, the 11 Ith day of 1973 t here Charles V awards Keggin and Portuga care & son, man to Dorothy
on the side of a free press when he said that "as some of you may at relays left in the year ModSe in III2r luke of Ferrara. 753 d tini(6 us at di st at ge of Irue Hlue Crooked
know, I was at one time able to claim membership in your datinOHUGlffs in history on the ng of England on death of Henry Remus. BOMBS REMINI) GREEKS
honourable profession. While 1 do not, in any way, wish to 1972 Iwo Apollo it> OF NEW RULERS
suggest that the tasks of a professional journalist are less arduous gp or hist s util "Mo ours Tour est wonts long er en, ss on ..,ns.....
'than those of a professional politician, I regard that period of my 1971 President Richard Nixon in and around AOwns early toda
,, asks U.S. Congrew to protide 3.33 g as Greece began its we enth war of
I et eade pu shed the full text of the speech. I don't think li$@ aa sureign aid in the ho rse ra ca ng sea son
this is necessary for our readers but I feel that there are (WO Gr 967 Arms scues passages in it that need to be reemphasized and clearly co mi sion r i fa sis rs a ( it would seem to my wife return by U S. militant personnel and a
understood. York after a five year interval, and myself that the Bahamas JOHN & GLADYS de SEVIGNY Greek hank in downtown Athens. L pg
Sou n3nu PhouNeut slist amer really need to expand its racing Bahamas winter residents otherwise, the streets of the city
In one of these passages he said that "I need not detail, at any Communist forces agreed to halt an season in an effort to cater to April 5, 1973. were calm.
length, for an audience such as this, what are the special problems 'c) a t@ a trn at I poils the thousands of tourist that
of a developing society. It is enough to mention that poverty and of I pse.united Nations calls for come here year round.
: ignorance are all too evident in developing societies; further, in a elections in Ruunda and Urundi; We, have been visiting the PUBLIC NOTICE
, country like Jamaica, where the colonial experience shaped our revolt brMaks oupl II/Llgeria under Bahamas for the past 15-years
' citizenry over an extended period of 300 years, it is easy to General aii>ur midistry resigns but have always complained Exfra
' detect the attitudinal legacy of dependency. in Masta and covernor assumes about finding something to do 10 the residents of East End and High Rock
"In such a situation, the task of any government which seeks o i gyptii$rmu A sciar d Icuttthe r of f ea Not This is to annOUnce that [.11.1. I \CJVallon 000
the social and economic betterment of its people seemsto me to Jeedmden ssgn m y find horse racing to be an I ngineering will be carrying not extensive -
beclear cut it must seek to motivate and mobilize and to t>att n to # educate people to act in their own best interestS- Dien men Phu; General Zehedi shor t-list of activities for blasting and excavation for the liahamas
"This task can only be accomplished with the active becl es Prem (fl < rats gain tourists during their Nassau Trans-shipment Terminal, located on (110 Williall1 *,.0. .0... on com *
cooperation of all the socialeconomic and cultural agencies clear majority in Danish elections. vacation Russell tract.
existent in the society. The news media is one of the most T la les a ricSan writer Mark I hope your local office of *
influential and powerful agencies, and, I submit, has a vital role to 1839 Turkish army invades the Ministry of Tourism can
play in the educative process which Idescribed. Syri n optpo tismdtonMehemoullii. pick up on this feature as well.
"I do not think that it is sufficient for the Press in a developing assured by defeat of Mexico at Sun I am sending them a copy of
world to fill merely a news-gathering and news-reporting function Jac England and Sweden sigra this le er 1or their st busy
it must seek to interpret the Society to the society; it must trenyds comrm rceand France sign the Bahamas needs them to
seek to inspire and to lead; it must seek to begin to make the
public develop a critical awareness of people and events. government that: .. \
"I know that there are some who will attempt to refute this on (1) Took money out of the Public Treasury by increasing their
the basis that I am advocating that the Press should become an entertaining allowances without knowledge or authority of the
extension of the government. This is not my intention, not even Legislature.
remotely. In the very process of fulfilling the role I have (2) Collects entertaining allowances a year in advance.
described, the Press will necessarily subject both the men who (3) Withholds information on the public debt and avoids a
wield power and the institutions through which power is question as to whether any money had been borrowed from
expressed to constant scrutiny and evaluative judgment, which Communist sources.
can only be in the interests of the community. (4) When it was finally prodded into revealing the public debt.
********** supplied only a part of this information as though that it were the
While supporting the doctrine of press freedom Mr. Manley lot
emphasized the importance of the press being a responsible organ. (5) That piles heavy taxes on the public and, at the same time.
As I have said in this column on more than one occasion, there increases already exorbitant entertaining allowances of some
can be no freedom where there is no discipline. niembers of the Cabinet.
"Like all great ideas," Mr. Manley qualified in his closing (6) Allows a Minister to hold a large group of American
remarks, "the concept of freedom of the Press has been subject to tourists prisoners at the airport in a fit of childish spite.
infinite corruption. Too often the Press has been guilty of (7) Penalizes districts that supported the Opposition; and
mistaking freedom for licence; too often at has allowed itself to sanctions with silence statements by its members to the effect
be instigated politically to sow seeds of confusion and spread
htt aht ese districts will be punished until they fall into line.


armaddslydthereby an alarming lack of social .$ar
alar an arplaeaa nerby n aarmig lre or acll (8) H~iarassl afllly-own'ed Bahamianm newspaper because it is I`;,~L
repnsbliy toofe aemebrso tepulc ujetd determined to serve the public honestly while piling favours o~n aI1~
yellow journalism which panders to the basest human instincts.
"In the face of mounting examples of irresponsibility on the discrToeeat egnos a ttnewspapera G~overnment member in the
part of the Press, fear of a 'humiliating discredit' which Mr. Ornes Senate that laws are made to be broken; and by another PLP
speaks about is only too real. Senator that the taxes recently imposed by the Government arel a
"Between the Scylla of authoritarian officialdom and the
Charybdis of irresponsible journalism, the course that must be States" thtisitra oce utb togwe
followed, if we are to maintain a free Press, is not an easy one. independence comes so that the people canl be kept under control _
S"I would suggest some guidelines which might serve to mark because it had been the experience of newly independent nations
this course for the free Press of the world ta hr surs mn h epe
:(1) a scrupulous regard for the accuracy of facts which must (1 1) Hlas no respect for the sacredness of a contract sanlctified Cs
override the competitive considerations of the deadline; by an Act of the Legislature and proceeds ruthlessly to destroy
~(2) a passionate concern for a balanced presentation of the teeooyo reotbcuems ftebsnse hr
ne~ws which would motivate journalists not only to expose the were foreign-owned and operated.
squalid and seamy aspects of the human existence which titivate (12) Glosses over the hospital truck scandal; the low cost -
birt do and seamy aspects of the human existence which titivate hosn cna;teT cna;adgvseaieasest

ipah whotic min ctbugeuin ve alsts thoe human lvthase questi< ecs ontec ostc nt th ie fPr t Office, while so plying
conditions; and treasure found in a sunken Spanish galleon.
(3) a revival of the crusading spirit amm~ig journalists whic/sl (13) Mlakes a tug contract with a Belgian company to performs
would not allow us to remain content with less thanr a visitor ~f' an inadequate and highly costly service instead of dealing with a
the ideal society, which would uncover and illutinlate the hidden ometn Bahamlian company presumably because of itsT
cyrners of human misery and prod the conscience of every manor o"poliicl ffiios
to heightened awareness and greater effort to obliterate suc/t (14)ica Tax ii~ thepolet a frtes raioa
nysery. 44,44,44, irresponsible acts of abuse of power.

t n esomr bl wg nl tee eo je l vsm tr oeysies thhaa B:n Theses tar a li ats vvw catinhleses o nis overnmnlctd in tle

create the atmosphere in which freedom can survive is entirely squlirm in silence. .***r****** THE GIN IN ,,,. THE FROSTED BOTTLE
cfpendent upon the development of attitudes and institutions THOUGH;ITS F-OR TODAY \ o Noa
4)ich can act responsibly. All truth is safe and nothing else is safe: and he who keeps back
:"Governments have a tremendous responsibility for giving the the truth, or withholds it from mlen, from motives of expediency, ---
Pless full access: to and making them privy to their plans except in is either a cowa rd or a criminal, or both,
tlie most classified cases. MAX MULLER
."Governments and the Press are neither bigger nor smialler than **********
n unkind itself. Their freedom will depend on its capacity to lic who is silent is forgotten; he who abstains is taken at his
.a just to the demands of social responsibility. word; he who does not advance falls back; he who stops ic
."I pray that it will always meet that challenge because of our o~verwhelmned, distanced, crushed; hre who ceases to grow greater
commitment to the libertarian ideal." becomes smlle~llr; he who leaves off, gives up; the stationary

Ift would be interesting to hear what Mr. Manley would say ofT a condition is the beginning of the end. AMIE.LI itiue nteBhmsp ehl-oeto&C.L





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amnres with the chutrc~hes olf Naossau inr prayer for ald
support of the TOMl SK~INNER CAMlPAIGN which
begins on Sunday evening. G'od grantt rthat our City
and the whole of the Bahtamras will feel the spiritual
impact of this end~eavor. Alay it mark a historical
highlight int this yeatr tf' our courntry s Naticlmal
Independfence.
Sunday Services: Worship at 11i A.M.-Evangelism at 7:30 P.M.
Hour of Worship 11 A.M. Hour of Evangelism 7:30 P.M.
"Triumphant Resurrection "Future Resurrection
of Christ" of the Dead

Temporarily Meeting at
YWCA -Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive
Weldon B. Blackford, Minister -
P. O. Box N. 8313 Phone : (Hall) 34082


TMu: tre S tuosoR


TOM SnilWIl

ARRIVES HERE

TO MORR OW
M R. Tom Skinner, principal
speaker fsathe TomCS inn r
expected to arrive in Nassau
The meetings will be held at
a the A. F. Adderley High

eighoo Audtru m teinn
will be held 8 p.m. nightly
thr.u kine r28president and
founder of Tom Skinner
Associates Inc. He together
with a team of dedicated men
are committed to bringing
C'hrist to everyone and in
particular to black people.
Mr. Skinner was born and
co drted w rle gan lead"'"
~li received his education at
(Wagner (o lege and Manhattan
lie is the author of three
books: Black and Free and
Words of Revolution published
by Zondervan, and How Black
is the G~ospel, published by
Lippincott.
Hie is the chairman of the
Board of Urban Ministries Inc.,
which is a publishing house for
material relevant to the black
church. Mr. Skinner also serves
on the Board of Directors of
Barrington College, Rhode
Island; The Institute for Black
Ministers. P'hiladelphia, Pa. and
The National Negro Evangelical
Association.
The 30-year-old evangelist
has made a wide impact on the
Christian church, and his
tavels have takbrnehim acrt s
United States and into more
than ten foreign countries.
Mr. Skinner lives with his
wife Vivian and two daughters,
Lauren and K~yla in Brooklyn,
New York.
The meetings are being
sponsored by many evenagelic
church groups.


YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR











April ~ Uln Io IlrlU8h1RI





HAROLD ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS


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to 1~1:ar~r,1. Lowest fores. For just $38, OIA will fly you
round-trip between Nassau and Miami on our one-day fare. And our
21-day round-trip excursion fores are just as attractive: $42 Nassau-Miami
and $32 Freeport-Miami. These three fares are the lowest of any airline.
2. Better equipment. We fly the BAC-111, the world s most reliable
short-houl, pure-jet aircraft. With wider aisles and fewer seats so you can
stretch out.

3. Beffr service. Beautiful Bahamian stewardesses to see to your every
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4. More convenient schedules. Three non-stop flights daily from Nassau.
8:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. And one at 10:30 A.M. which makes a stop
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Returning flights are just as convenient.

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schedules. That's Out island Airways. So call your travel agent or Out
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YOUTH CRUSADERS
OFFICERS ELECTED
THE FOLLOWING officers
were elected at the annual
election of the Youth
Crusaders, a religious
orAn 6 tin, which was held
, brother John C. Wallace was
elected president. He
suceeed doruto ng president
Brother Bruce Dames
became vice president,
scceerding Bro. Jobn Wallae.
reelected secretary and
treasurer a position that
she has held since the
group was formed two
years ago. Assisting her is
Sister Maria Wallace.
The new president thanked
the members for the faith and
confidence expressed in him
and pledged to perform his
duties with vigilance and
honesty.
CELEBRATING IN
ANDROS
THE YOUTH Crusaders, a
religious organization of young

wr,d wl ebra e thi
Andros through Monday. The
go headed bya preid nt



The group hold their
aetnson aS rdayhev ning'


TABERNACLE BAPTIST

pSaEAKoER HEREle=

Church, Greenville, S.C., will
speak nightly at the New
Testament Church from
Monday through Friday next
week.
Dr. Sightler is heard over 50




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Emerald Seas Bahama Star,
Frai bFr o~mrMiami; Freeport
SAILED TODAY: Freeport
for Freeport; Tropic Flyer for
West Palm Beach
SA8R waI TOSMORRo :
from Puerto Rico;
S AILING TOMORROW:
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Sets 7:30 a.m.


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ANNUAL MISSION
CONFERENCE

APR IL 23 27


HEAR: Dr. Harold Sightler
Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church,
Greenville, S.C.

!DULE OF SERVICES -
10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Dally
7:15 p.m. Each Night

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D PARK DOLPHIN DRIVE AT EDMOND


AFTER seven years of
discussion and planning the
ground was cleared on April 12
to start immed inte
construction on the Bahamas'
first synagogue.
Mr. David Ross, president of
the Freeport Hebrew
Congregation said that
construction is expected to be
completed mn time to celebrate
Jewish New Year around the
end of September.
Glenerik Ltd. are the
con tract ors for the
construction of the temple and
Cry tDevries Associates are the
Mr. Ross said he was
"delighted to have got the
project underway at last,
especially in this year of


independence." He hoped the
synagogue would fulfil a need
both for the small resident
Jewish community and visitors
to Grand Bahama. 'The
occasion," he said, "is indeed a
happy one for the Freeport
Hebrew congregation and
everyone concerned who have
made this dream a reality."
Pictured above are (left to
right) Geoff Butler, general
manager Waugh Construction;
Len Hindley, general
supervisor Glenerik
Construction; James Bowe,
Dereoes, arh tet D~a d
Ross, president of Freeport
Hebrew congregation; Samuel
Smith, chairman religious


radio stations in the United
States and abroad on his radio
programme, "The Bright Spot
Hour." He is the founder of
Tabernacle Bible Institute and
has a large orphanage ministry.
CTu h Ta ernacle hBa tist
missions to millions of nomads
in the Sahara Desert, where
iony atiobuilding several

S. ARMY EASTER
SUNRISE SERVICE Ese

Sunrise Service will be held by
The Salvation Army at Ft.
Montagu at S:30 a.m. Sunday.
Special vocal numbers will
be presented by the choir of
the Fowler Street Church of
God under the direction of Mr.
Maurice Mallory; the LOPENS
Trio from the Calvary Bible
Church; also the Nassau Corps
Citadel Band under the
direction of Band Master
Everet Sands will provide
music for the occasion.
The speaker for the occasion
will be Major J. Henry Russell,
Regional Commander of the
Salvation Army for the


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FOUnDED 'SOIL

LIBERAL TION'
THE SPECIALLY formed -
coi hfor~r de To sSkb ner

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Arts for Tom Skmnner r,"
Associates Inc., New York -'


Add rl~euweek-1 a heC HENRY GREE
Auditorium. ... Tom Skinner ch
Mr. Greenidge will be Association, pari
assisted by Mr. George Bethel, member of Youtt
well-known local musician and music director
choir director, who has been churches in the
training local members for the metropohltan area.
past several weeks. taught school ii
Born in Harlemand raised in county.
the Bronx, New York, he is a In addition to h
srute nayf l thew Nyac TSlhadserves es
received a Bachelor's degree in Youth Commissi~
M usic E d caetion. eS o au s anedr i t elc

organist and choir director for instrumental ense
the Harlem Evangelistic ."Soul Liberation."


JOIN3 US A_S WE WORSHP THE
RISEN LORD THIS EASTERf DAY


... SOLDIER ROAD AND OL~D TRAIL
SERVICS- suNDAY-
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prrcitf;Ilm &7.30pa~.


Fr 9000rt He brew Sy nag og u e

10 be read y for Se pt ember


CHRIS T CH URC H

CAT HEDRAL .~. .


EASTER DAY SERVICE

6.30 a.m. Holy Communion

7.30 a.m. Holy C~ommunion

9.00 a.m. Family Eucharist

1 1.00 a.m. - Matins

7.00 p.m. --Evensong Sung by the John Hodgkins Singers.

8.30 p.m. Concert by John Hodgkins Singers.


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"~CHIRON" 30th APRIL


40 Guides to Washington for Easter
FORTY MEMBERS OF THE THIRD NASSAU GIRL GUIDES of Government High
School left Nassau on Wednesday for a ten-day Easter holiday trip to New York City.
Heading the group is guide leader Dorothy Darling, left. At right is Pan American
marketing manager Chet Benjamin.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


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d:.l! 5 of pursuing a Caieer in the Oil
odi ~t to apply for the positions
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10:00 P.M. SUN THURS
I 0:00 & 12:00 P.M. FRI & SAT


NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
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AS OF AP RIL 18TH., '1973.

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TONY SEYMOUR
and the Night beatners



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the Count is here


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Don't miss the Heineken Bahamas Blenders Golf
Tournament, Paradise Island, tomorrow & IVlonday!


Sr iosis NOW
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NOTICE



; T.!~ nkz land is owned by Errol F~ox and
\ lls a at1 thcrefo'rre cannot be sold by
miini; else.. Anyonle whio thinks they have any I
no riirl inl this ;.1Iid pleafSe conltalct owners. *
Sienedrl ERROL FOX and
ie ~C A.n WELL It~Ea~ I 111 1 1 11 )


DEAR ABBY: My husband own a very successfl
business. He Is a devoted, faithful husband and a wronderful
father. All my friends think F'm the lucklest rwomn in the
world. I would be, if it weren't for the fact that I am
terrified that my Imsband will go to prison for lacome tax
evason.
He hasn't paid any taxes in six years. At first he really
didn't have the money at tax time. The nex year he put off
filing until it was too late. The third year he didn't need an
excuse. Now be says he knows plenty of others who don't
my an taes wh ul
I have talked to him uttl P'm blue in the face. Now he
refuses to even discuss it.
Abby, I am worried slek that with the new computer
system they will soon catch up with him. What ran I do?

DEAR JANE: If y ee an't talk om sne ast M D-
head, confide la year awyer and ask him te. If in 'fe~sse
hpths e alty will be seatsideabl Iligter thn If the leds

DEAR ABBY: I~sten to this. A friend of mlare is preg-
nant and sme of her friends are getting together to give
her a baby shower. This woman is 44 years old, soo to be
45, sad she has six children and is a grandmother to boot.
[Her oldest is 23 and her youngest is 121. I say it's radice-
lou to give a shower for a woatn this age. Some of my
friends disagra with me. What do you say? A FRIEND
DEAR FRIEND: I rse methingl rdledeaks about It. On1
the contrary, I can't thtak of sayone wls could use the Ilt

DEAR ABBY: The letter about "Jane," who was con-
vinced that she should take care of her elderly father has
ha amm d, and God forbid that any of my children should
eve have to "take car" of me. I want any children to
Femember m as a strage peron who is capable of taking
care a himself. I never want to IMe with any of my
children. It would premat all kinds of publems and I'd feel
guilty.
Juslt give me a room in a good clean nursing home
where I can have my own corner, forget resposibility and
can be served without feellag that I'm imposing. I don't
want to worry about illnesss, family qaresmm, o the
~randebildn's ~rades. Prve been thru all that. Give me
paDon't forget me, tho. Call and write now and then. And
invite me for Sunday diannr occasionally. Let me entertain
you in my room. Bult pleae, don't try to "take care" of
me. Int met stain some dignity in my old age.
GETTING THERE
DEAR ABBY: You goaled when you referred to the
marriages of tim 40-yearold sure to a 22-yearold man as
a "Maly-December" marriage. It's searcely September for a
gals in our forties.
AISO THfERE IN CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
DEAR ABBY: P'm glad yea published that letter from
a bride of four months who had never had sex. Usually
people are too ashamed to talk about it, so they keep it to
Sh the same experience, only I was a virgin for
nearly five years! I was young and naive at the time and
kept thinkingr t was my fault for not being able to turn my
husband on.
By the time I realized that he could be to blame, I had
such an inferiority complex I didn't care f I lived r died.
I went to my pafrsh priest sad he said, "Pray to God
and everything will be all right."
filen I went to my Bishop. He sai, '"Threaten to leave
him and maybe he will shape up. If he doesn't, you have
grounds for an amunnulmet in tim Catholle church."
I went to a doctor. He sidM, "Insist that your husband
sask professiond lp-mearcdl and psychologiedl. HI he
refuse, lea him."
Thate* wh., I did Ie. .ref... to g.t help .. I aref
hmn.]
Tell that virgin bri de fator months to do what I did-
only not to wait so long. MARRIED AND HAPPY NOW


LYNN ROGERS GENE BRENNER




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PHONE 5-56i21


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DEAR MARRIED:
people think.


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Criprled Chilrrea's

Canlrttee desatigss
THE CRIPPLED Children's
Committee has received the
following donations:
Roywest Banking
Corporation Ltd. $300; Mr. C.
C. Adams $10; Trinity
Methodist Church $50; H.
Darling in memory of Ursula
Darling S20; In memory of Mr.
John Q. ("Guy") Fawkes: Mrs.
. Al m s I 8 Anlony M s a0n
'lr anddCordokn Malon $0
Sarah and Wendell Culmer S10,
Angela and Bob Carroll $10,
Hilda Scott $10, Mrs. R. J.
Robertson and Mrs. Charles
Grant $25, Mrs. Lily Knowles
and family $20, Mr. and Mrs.
Bertie Thompson and family
S10, Mr. A. R. Knowles $10.
Donations to the Crippled
Children's Fund may be sent to
Mr. C. W. Minard, Treasurer,
Cri ppled Children's
Committee, P. O. Box N7549,
Nassau, or to Mrs. Shirley
Oakes Butler, Chairman,
Crippled Children's
Co:mi'"!"" E O. Box N981,


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JOEY HEATHERTON plays Anne, Bluebeard's last
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RelesSing.


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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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Now showing thru
SThuSnTy IROHEinSUNJ
2:30 and 4:50, evening 8:30.
Sutggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
Starts Friday. "THE
FAMILY" matinees at 3:00
and 5:00, evening 8:30. No
one ttoder 17 will be admitted.
A smoothly operated
syndicate headed by Telly
Savalas appears to remain
inc complete wi thout the
ingenuity of professional killer
Charles Bronson who turns
down an offer to join THE
FAMILY, but ends up carrying
out a, plan by Savalas
attorney and his wife that puts
them as the leaders after
disposing of Savalas.
Bronson, who stars again as
a professional killer after
finishing his last role in THE
MECHANIC finds himself in
love with Savalas' wife
Vanessa, whom he knows only
as a top professional
photographer's model and the
friend of racing car enthusiast
who he is also forced to get rid
of.
After being manoeuvred into
desposing of Savalas, the head
of THE FAMILY he proceeds
methodically to wipe out those
who are responsible.
After accomplishing this, he
offers no resistance to the
police who corner him at his
roof-top sniper position where
Br son hares his starring


depicts the story of the
legendary Viennese baron who
loses his first wife in a hunting
"accident" and goes on to wed
another.
The nobleman, who keeps
his mother mummified, weds
American dancer Joey
Heatherton, his last wife who
stumbles on his secret when
she finds a refrigerated vault
filled with the frozen bodies of
seven beautiful women.
The horrible secret is
eventually shared with her by
BLUEBEARD who in a rage,
attempts to rid himself of her
after being told that he is
impotent. It remains for her
to fight for her survival, to
avoid becoming just another
beautiful frozen body as
BLUEBEARD leads her to his
infamous vault, only to be
assasmnated by her former
dance partner.


Starts Satutrdy night 8:30,
plays thru Tuesday, "Someone
Behind the Door," plus "A
Fistful ~of Dollars." Sundays
showings continuous from
4:45 Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from 1:45,
evening 8:30. Suggeased for
mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
Charles Bronson and
Anthony Perkins star in the
GSF release "SOMEONE
BEHIND THE: DOOR," which
tells the story of an amnesiac
and psycho-path who is carried
to a state hospital in a
condition of shock where he is
attended by neuro-psychiatrist
and brain surgeon Dr. Laurence
Jeffries,
Jeffries, whose marital
relations with his wife Frances
has more left to be desired,
takes the psychopath to his
home and implants his


jealousies and hate for his wife
into the mind of the patient.
He uses him to fulfill a plot
that rids him of his wife's lover
and then forces him out of the
house as police approach after
a shooting.
Acting in the movie are
Bronson, who portrays the
patient, Anthony Perkins, the
doctor, Jill Ireland, his wife
and Henri Garcin, who acts the
part of her slain lover.
Starts Wednesda y
"WALKING TfALL", plus
"BLU EB EARD," matinee
continuous from 3:00, evening
8:30. No one under 17 will be
admitted.
BLUEBEARD, the Cinerams
release comedy-drama which
stars Richard Burton as
BLUEBEARD and Raquel
Welch, Virni Lisi, Maritu' Tolo,
Joey Heatherton, Nathalie
Delon and Karin Schubert,


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retrieve it, the dogs turn on
them and then take off for the
hills leaving them bloody and
utterly baffled.
THE TWILIGHT PEOPLE.
starring John Ashley, Pat
Woodell, Jan Merlin, Charles
Macaulay, and Pam Grier, is a
horror-science fiction movie
that opens with a professional
skiindie and soldier to fortune
around the South Pacific as a
specimen for human pickling
by a mad SeS exe utioner, h
executioner, whose ambition is
to transform mankind into a
race of supermen, is not alone
with his daughter and his
guinea pigs. -- a Tree Woman,
an Antelope Man, bat Man,
Wp ma~an and also a Wolf
Although begged to give up
his strange testing and
experiments, the doctor refuses
and is found dead after being
killed by Tree Woman. Escape
and romance are offered to his
daugher by the skin-diver who
Wednesday thra Friday,
"THE REVENGERS," plus
"THE BURGLARS," matinee
starts at 1 IS, evening show at
8:30. Plus late feature Friday
niht.


NOW THRU TUI

Mon~dyd Mtie ctinoum fr


)1--1--


Now showing through
T om orrow: "THE T EN
COM MANDMENT'S" at 3
p.m. and 81:30 p.m.
Continuing its run as an
all-record-breaker, Cecil B.
DeMille's production of THE
TEN COMMANDMENTS,
retains its place in concept,
execution and overwhelming
imahe film, starring
Charlton Heston as Moses, Yul
Brynner, Sir Cedric Hardwicke
andVneV xt r ricehasc el s
and longest work in screen
history once seen, it remains
an experience never to be
forgotten.
THE TEN COMMAND-
MENTS is based on the life of
Biac character od est ad
people, the Israelites, out of
Egypt where they are enslaved.
His patience with his people is
depicted as well as his violent
temper and deep devotion in
his various encounters and
temptations.


Convinced that he is divinely
chosen after seeing a bush
burning without any damage to
the foliage, Moases leads his
people out of Egypt after
commanding Rameses, in the
name of the Lord to let them
so. Rameses answers. "I know
not the Lord, neither will I let
Israel go." Whereupon, the
Paguesmare vite aa Egyptn
which is depiteed very
realistically on the film set.

eMONDOBE adN TuesA
plus "THE TWILIGHT
PEOPLE matinee starts at
2:30. Evening 81:30. Plus late
feature Tuesday night.
THE DOBERMAN GANG,
an exciting family movie stars

Prsnh,MaSdutHM B Joj
D'Amore, and six doberman
dogs.
In the movie, the six
dobermans are trained to rip
off banks and anyone in their
way by two robbers who use
shm the pull the biggest bank

The dogs, sent out to
perform the dastardly deed,
respond to whistles used by
their masters and take a note
that instructs the bank
manager to fill their saddle
bags with $100,000 or suffer
the consequences.
There is a turn however in
the heist after the dogs streak
for home carrying the stolen
cash. When their masters try to


international
deasei aln
lerto Orsini.


NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY 003role in this I
Matinee 2: 30 & 4:50, Eveninar 8: 30-TPhone 2-1004, 2-100 C prod ctionse rel
BROTHERR SUNI, SISTER MOON" I Costantin and Umb
Statrring tll
GRAHAM FAULKNER JUDI BOWKER r toi
SSUGGESTED FOR MA TURE AUDIENCES. Bso
PARENTAL DISCIRETFONADVISED. Ilji
ste~aervtions not claimed by 8:15 will be sold
on iet Emc, intnmd rri~ I frtom Page5


this Easter be a truly happy
and blessed one for all of us.
With a blessing, I am,
Your Shepherd in Christ '
tPaul Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B.
Bishop of Nassau.


If you missed them at the "Sugar MiII Pub"
and the "Trade Winds Lounge,"
be sure to catch them Sat., Sun. & Mon.
AT THE CAT &k FIDDLE
Matinee -- Easter Monday 3:30 p.m.
Evening Show Time 10:00 p.m.

ADMISSION $2.00
Your last chance to see them before their U.S. tour.


Sawmn CHARLES BRONSON
ANTHONY PERKINS


SUGGESTED FOR MA TURE A


* SELECTED MENU FOR LATE NIGHT DINING
* COMPLETE LINE OF SELECTED WINES AND LIQUOR
* MUSIC FOR DANCING AND LISTENING TO


Phone 5-3268
FOR RESERVATIONS
ASK FOR MR. TERRY BAIN


BAY & DEVEAUX ST.


Qbr it S


8M drApril21, 1973.


SAVOY TH EATRE


SMonday & uesday

"T~HE D)OBERMAN

SByron Mabe Julle Parrish
"THE TWILIGhr r
PEOPLE" PG.
I'John Ashley Pat Woodell
TPhone 2-2534


.w MARIN K**CH.
TEIMYCOLO~W/IITED ARTISTS


(UNDER NEW MANAGEIMENT)


~ SI~t /


NOW NASSAU'S MOST DISTINGUISHED LATE NIGHT

RENDEZVOUS 9:00RM. 'TIL 4 A.M.


WOLF SCHMIDT
THE GENUINE VODKA


THE PAUL HANNA TRIO


Af~PORTE-D AAD3 DISTRIBUTED BY











8i~t~8r~rirau a
8a Wriae


NOTICE
ESTATE OF: THPE LATE
CHARLES W. KEMP

Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands ag~ainst the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same duly
certified to the undersigned on or before the
31st day of May next.

And Notice is hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time abovamentioned the
assets of the deceased will be distributed among
the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the Executor shall then
have had notice.


HIGGS & JOHNSON



BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CORPO R ATION
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
The corporation has a vacancy in a challenging
position within the Computer Programming and
Systems Section.

The successful applicant will be responsible for
assisting in the writing of programmes for new
computer applications in addition to maintaining
and updating current programmes.

Candidates shou d have a hih level of unu ericial
programming and systems. A minimum of three
years experience is required with knowledge of at
least two computer languages including BAL.
Knowledge of the IBM 360 system would be an
advantage.

The position offers excellent opportunities for
future progression and starting salary will be based
ontequalifications and experience of the


A comprehensive fringe benefit and pension plan
is established within the Corporation for all eligible
employees.

Applications in writing should be submitted to
the Actg. Assistant General Manager/P&IR at
BaTelCo's Head Office, Oakes Field, P. O. Box
N3048 to reach him not later than April 23, 1973.


FR RENT

PRESTIGE~ OFFICE SPACE

Marvellous view of town and harbour sixth
floor Trade Winds Building contact Higgs &
Johnson Phone 2-8571.





SUNDAY POR TRAITS
TOOGOODS...

OPEN SUNDAY k
FROM 2 to 5

Especially for the
familes.

p**De~ East Ofthe nrd hne 5641


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 ofi the Bahama
Islands, that is to say

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land contaimn8
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
Lighfitbourne 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
SNorthern side of Carmichael Road as aforesaid and
bounded NORTHWARDLY by lands now or late
~~of Da Costa Williams SOUTH WARDLY by the said
Carnichael Road EASTWARDLY by land now or
Slate of Harry Black and WESTWARDLY by lands
Snow or late of the Church of England which said
piece or parcel of land is shown bordered yellow
Son 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 o h adIln mre Crihe
Village Claim" may be inspected free of charge
iggring normal business hours at the Lanlds anld
'Surveys Department, Nassau.
"Carmichael Village Claim"n' may be inspected free

Lands and Surveys Department, Nassau.
3. Any person claiming title in fee simple to the
said land or any part thereof mulst file a notice of
lais objection to the claim of the Crown. if thiis has
gi~ot already been done, with the Commissioner at
'ko Suprreme Court, P. O. Box 167, Nassau. on or
before the 30th day of May, 1973-


M. J. THOMPSON
i~_..Commissioner.


BRIGADIER GENERAL R. A. MACFARLANE of
Winnipeg, Man., and his daugh~te-In-law, Mrs. Zilah
Macfariane, enjoy a stroll around Nassau. The Bigadier,
who was a guest at the Nassau Beach Hot*I with his family,
said he has been visiting the Bahamas for the past 40 yea
and that although he had travelld all around the world
RNassu was still hlis favourite place fo r aholiday.

TORNADOS STILL TAKING THEIR TOLL
A TORNADO sliced a qurter-mile wide path of destruction just
smatsh t o eIIon Ar., Frd loe p ne no uend Iurn tokf
Oklahoma, and a leve* break near the Memphis nava l ar bas te fed
evacuation of 7,000 persons.




Lbtr~~~~~ Bbkl ~YJL


P. O. BOX 8275 -TELEPHONE 2-8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.


YE LLOWBIRDS0a
ANNUAL, FAIRS
THE Prrhyea Magfret
Hospital Yellobi~rd swlrf hold
their annual mini-fair Friday,
April 27 in the lower ground'
of the hospital from 2:30 to 6
p.m.
wPlanned for tet fach ,s
including a book stall, pastry
stall, homemade cookies and

'oplplant mad ve etal s'
white elephant staff and a
clothing sale.
In addition a recruitment

Hlo~w idm ntecrd at 2 pr
box.
A number of prizes will also
be raffled off.
The proceeds of the
Yellowbirds' fair will go
to"a,'s tshethpouots olunteer
PLP CHILDREN'S
FASHION SHOW
THE ST. Barnabas branch of
the Progressive Liberal Party
will hold a children's fashion
show at the Blue Hill Golf Club
Sunday at 4p.m.
asProce ds from theft n ow w
community development
projects in the constituency,
district representative Sinclair
Outten said.
VISIT SON AND
FAMILY IN NASSAU
MR. and Mrs. John Winter


Harbour Island and Nassau,
returned to their home in
Amsterdam on Saturday.
th hlsosn Nassau theor vi ted
manager of Air Bahama, and
Mrs. Borghardt, and their
grandchildren, Nicki and
Paulette.


Unusual

Opportunity
lO Visit

88 LamaSound For

On Great Exuma nl
Island 2"
AII-Expense Trip

We'd like to show you beautiful BaEmaro Sound...the
peace ad qret of a tmopical ishad.& ma urq rn tR
preums#,..nd nolae...m rander g fdsqf Mk~
Come with us to thi Unspelled1 islnd, Spend an sl*
citing depa~ploring...mlk on' r oftest k eter...
swilm in tis clunest, cleaast waterr...Pty tennis...se-
joyl adk lunch...return the sanw eveny
*riY~esnly $24.00 0m~Us~righ. every-
S' thing,#twesak isysepR5nC totell
eL Wl~ib~Ct Bahama Soured and how
you may shes in its futur.



ask for Department
of Ex~cursin.



SBAHAMA ACRES LTD.
I by stree hEeaument Arcade Boxe N4830I
SNItUF, -hm I
II
I
I TF PWN


SECRETARIES WEEK STARTS TOMO-RROW


"BETTER SECRETARIES
mean better business" is the
motto of the National
Secretaries Association
(International) as they
celebrate Secretaries Week
from tomorrow through
Saturday, Aprils e o ocs
attention on the secretary as
an individual and her
profession in general.
Highlight of the week will be
the Secretary-of-the-year
lau henooss-eof-the-t" r
Holiday Inn, Paradise Island
oD tensdy I Se u03 ie

Q.C. will be guest speaker'
His topic, "The role of a
Secretary", will climax with
a bit of "Smokey Joe Says."
The National Secretaries

fosnedic ioin 194 n~and ha
become the world's leading
secretarial association with
chaptenan t roughouttue
Rico. There are affiliates in
Mexico City, Nassau and
many other cities.
The association aims at the
elevation of the standards of
the secretarial profession
through educational and
professional development.
Pictured above members of the
Nsa ioat n 1ecreta ies
plans and activities for
"Secretaerie Walt"' 1971 at
recent meeting. Seated
from left to right are Mrs.
Hortence Harris-Smith, Mrs.
Gwen Reid, Mrs. Perky
O'Brien. Standing: Mrs.
Vikki Grant, Mrs. Marie
Murray, Mrs. Laurse Fraser,
Mrs Snisea Albury, and
IRA TO BEGIN WEEK'S
PARTIAL CEASEFIRE
BELFAST, APRIL. 21 (AP)--The
Irish Republican Army (IRA) says
it will begin a week's ceasefRe
Monday in two Roman Cathole
districts of Londonderry, but
vowed to intenrsify its war against
the aBdthh tin hel Ier tfNorthern
The truce is to cover the Bosside
and Creggn districts of Ulster's
second lerget city, a communique
from the IRA's Londonderry
bdgeL midoFrida. Te tstae eing
would resume if "the British carry
ou,,th thir nlonnals rrt op d
pTh orue, the firt crale b are
cease-fire last summer, was at the
request of community leaders


Percival Ha court Job son




Funeral services for car
accident victim Percival
Harcourt Johnson, better
known as "Jackie will be
held 4 p.m. Monday at St.
Joep' Chrh Nas
Street.
The 23-year-old waiter of
Foster Street, died when his
Volkswagen plunged into Lake
Cunningham.
Mr. Johnson is survived by
his mother, Mrs. Persist
Johnson, two daughters, Jackie
andd Marjorie; three brothers,
Christopher ande frery ndte
Margaret, Sharon, Valderine
and Vachelle.











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.


C976
FOR SALE
4 bedrooms 1 bath house. Lot
806( 100. Phone 4-2786.
C9511
A LOT in Stevensor
SulDdivision, off Twynam
Av ~nue, 80 x 80, only $4,000.
Te phone 2-2763 day, 5-3801


LO 110 x 150 original San
Soeci hillside. $7,500 cash.
ta~ ctM2 s2n 28 rwn Real

C9499
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY tl v. offers a



selection of choice residential

othnattheowE cah Wei esanod
easy monthly instalments.
Slarg~e lote ieal tor ca er iati
200' x 430'. Price $10,000.
For information and
appointments call 23921.

C7351
FREEPORT BARGAIN
pay only $9.50 per week one
FULL ACRE in beautiful
LUCAYAN ESTATES. Full
price $3,500. Only $350 down.
Write, phone or mail in cheque
J. Stuart Robertson Ltd
REAL ESTATE '
P. O. Box F-93, Freeport
Bahamas Let us help you with
all your Grand Bahama
Investments-
C9494
1 Lot 60 x 100 South Beach
Road. Plans available.
1 tot Pinewood Gardens. 50 x
100. Both lots $9,000 CASH.
Write: P. O. Box N3405'


FOR SALE
1. Attractive three-bedroom'


furnished.
2. Outstanding cit erlth


three! baths, living room,
dining room, maid's room
and bath, breakfast room,
etc. Fully airconditioned
and ceiling fans. Three
sprarcat ousud terrc ,
Excellent residence for
executive or family.
$180,000 furnished.
3. Excellent buy in
tw o-storey hilltop
residence in Montagu
Heigh th Two vidrooms,

dea t dining $ r7 m

H. G. CHRISTIE
RO9AL STrtE


T l: 2- xl -10 2

C 9558
Lots in Bel-Air Estates, only
$100.00 down and $90.87 per
hag lto Sand 0A dition
month.

Ce ientiaal lot eClositeVillaa
East. Easy terms available. Call
Bill's Real Estate, 23921.

FOR SAILE RW
C9532 O ET
FURNISHED three bedroom
house in Sears Addition for
sale or rent beautiful
kitchen. Call 5-1199 evenings
or weekends.

WlMTS TO BIT

R 5 -FREE station wagon.
R.H.D. prefe rred: Under
$1000. Details to Adv. C9516,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
C9467
SE VERAL WOODEN
MEYERS RUM CASES. Will
pay high price if very old ones.
Wa ,eEHerman Wenzel, Staniel


fOR RENT

C R ISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with airconditioned
bedroom in Bamboo Town.
Phone 36959.
C9308


occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.


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C9417
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
11 livn room s iee
2 bedroom suite
Sto ve, Fridge and

iC el aneous Items. Telephone

VITA Master Bett Massager-
Telephone 5-3743.

ClARS FOR SAILE
C9534
1969 CHEVY NOVA 2 door
- One Owner In Gooo
condition, radio, new tyres, for
Information Call T. Malone
?4921 or 53859.
C9543
1967 CHEV. MALIBU Super
Sports -good running
condition, comfor table bucket
seats, licensed to March '74.
$970 0.N.O. Call 4-1291 to see
Sunday or Monday.
C9547
1968 MG MAGNETTE
automatic. $650. If interested
call 26th April 31571.
C9519
1971 FORD SPORTS Custom
Camper/Pickup Truck -
Standard Shift Excellent
Condition $2600.00
C9501
CA ILLAC, O90,white, Li .

fair condition. $1,000. Call
4-1476.

CS AlD MOTOR COMPANY




2 Dr. Radio
Auto. Blue $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W'
Automatic $850
1972 VIVA S/W'

A7 POmaT AC PARISIE NE
4 Dr. Sedan
Blue/WNhite $1850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA*
4 Dr. Auto'
Radio. Orange $3500
1967 HILLMAN*

S 69 FOD TORINO,$40

t9 pHR SLER ER IMPE

1971 FORD CAPRI'

A98F RD TH UN DE R I R
11 OD MAVERIC 150.
At. ROR$95


DR ER SALESMAN to sl


Salary plus Commission. Apply
On writingN toSl n Brs, P
details of past experience.

C9ss
WANTED Married couple to
run small Out island hotel. No
children, minimum of two
years experience in food and
beverage, front desk and
bookkeeping, after formal
training. Mechanical knowledge
of motor vehicles, appliances,
and diesel generator planf also
necessary. Apply in writing
,including picture and
ireferences to Mr. Moxey, P. O.
Box 1216, Nassau, Bahamas.
C9541
MANAGERESS required for
business in Antiques and Works
of Art. Applicant must have

experisne in te nteo eati nand
market in Antiques and Works
of Art to enable him or her to
purchase and sell such objects
and to control the staff, stock
and finances of the business-

a rberen first inta la T

background, to P. O. Box 920,
Nassau.

REQ IRED: General Manager
for Prestigious Gift Stores.
Kno lede inonbr ing Sf

san ing b ing Kepnn as
French, German or Spanish is
essential. Salary to be
negotiated with right applicant.
Please write to P.O. Box
N.4801 and enclose resume as
well as police certificate.
C9549 .STENOGRAPHER
The Royal Bank of Canada
International Limited, Nassau
requires the services of an
experienced stenographer.
Applicants should preferabiv
n lishat east GC.E.H i

Scdool raduts So

w.p.m. Bahamians only. Apply

for a ponmnt a
telephone 56021.

YARD MAN needed at
Bahamian Lumber Building
Supplies Ltd. Salary $45 per
week. Phone 34191-
W~rri 8ibu


C9 bdroom apartment -
Norfolk Street, Shidlea,
furnished $185 per month/ or
unfurnished $150 per month*
For information 5-5441 Ext.
7094-

C9529
3 BEDROOM Cable Beach
cottage, fenced yard,
beautifully furn ish ed,
reasonable rental. Contact:
DAVESON'S REAL ESTATE
Phones 2-1178 or 5-5408.
59306
ONE EXTRA large two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With larghs li i
frdnishdinin Vactoria Cour
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. antenna,

abewe 8 a.e and 5p. 5431
C9313
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS

ad ornha~m Ste tsn e
bed room a part ments,
copetl urnse ih


5-3418.

C R E ONE BEDROOM
aat et, icely furnished.

$24500 pero rnonth.Call C etr

C9474
NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, newly decorated.
Rent includes gardening service
B$500 per month. Full
WES BAY STEE 3 beds,


GROVE, OFF WEST BAY

T3 bETs2 b2ts ea alarb le sd

beds2 ba hsP toNT had e

SAN SOUCI jst off Eastern
Roadsh- 3 efs rn baths -
PRnOSP CT RIDGE
CONDO INIUhMu 3a I b,3

1st May

bEdSTW2ARthslH Svilble Is3
May.
CONCHREST 2 beds, 2
bahs enbt fu1e f rnishaed

No ch dr n, ts h3 R

2asb ishwae ra aIlaomeelst
Ma .
NE R SAUNDERS BEACH -
2 beds, 1 bath, in pleasant
cottage colony available

TO ERSCOFECAB E BEACH

a tedomn an val bedr om
no children, no pets.
AR DON COURT, OFF
MARLBOROUGH STREET -
one 2 bedroomed apartment,
oechilbedrorned apa tment
BEL AIR, WEST BAY
.STREET one bedroomed
apartments available now.
eoothhy L. A wod i..m6.ted --
during office hours, 9-5,
Monday to Friday.

FOR SILE
C9535
1971 SUZUKI 50cc
motorbike, handclutch. $175
ONO.
sos c ohin d4 wie shrtse e
chap. Te.77
C9525
MOTOR CYCLES, YAMAHA
60. $195, Honda 50 $80
miscellaneous parts. Also
Scalectrix parts. Phone 58647.


C9.315




Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NTSSAU, BAHAMAS
P O). Box N3714
HEAVY QUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
rFACHANICAL HANDLING
IATAECA GMEANGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE

MO ING STORAGE
& PAC KING
ST~CL BANDING


REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMANSPINDER

PHlONE: 2-3795. 2-3796,
2-73, "0,73';
C9506

,,ISLAND TV SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
TV antenna Booster
Sales & Service
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327
Monday --Saturday 8.30 to
5.30.
C9523
BUSINESSMEN, Homeowners,
trash and garbage accumulating
at your premises, Contact:
STAR SANITATION
Trash and
Garbage Dslpolsal
P. O. Box N3343
Contract and job
lot cleaning.
C9299
PATIO AWNINGS AND

HAU R CANE AWNINGS,
PANELS
John S. Geborge &r Co. Ltd.,
Frrifree estim t2s 2n~d4 porpt

C8105
CRY NG!-FOR SCAO SURE
'SUPERSSTEE CARPETS

51071-2-3-4.
C9363
FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling --
M itacderCl 2G. Patton,

C9317
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes. apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5.9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
rtext to Frank's Place.


at UBLESmbe.sml or asrr
ROBERT M. BAILEY
leO Box -,N~assau

C931 6 O I G


For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &r
c0. (Nsu L-td., P.O


C9551
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
herbparking lot east of the
Hrour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street on the 12th day of May
1973 at 12 noon the following
property:--
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being part of a
Tract of Land known as
Englerston Addition situate
in the Southern District of
the Island of New Providence
and is set out as Lot Number
Twev b(1 ) ineAmten ed
(6S) in the Diagram or Plan
dditthe said Englerston
Adiion filed in the
Registered Office of

e the r id pic aclo o

of land being bounded on
eth Nors dy i private r ad
and running thereon
Twenty five (25 Fetmt"

Eleven (11) In the said
Diagram or Plan and running
thereon Seventy-two (72)
Feet on the South by part of
Lot Number Sixteen (16) in
the said Diagram or plan and
run ning thereon
Ninety-three (93) Feet on
the West by Lot Number
Thirteen (13) in the said
Diagram or plan and running
thereon Sixty-seven (67)
Feet.
The property is being sold
doteaine i an nrdenotfure o
Mortgage dated the 12th day
of June, 1969 and made
between Gilbert Smith of the
oSe t rt and he etank ofNoao
recorded in the Registr of
Records in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence In Volume 1454 at
pg 268t 278 Te2 sled i

or an persn onhis behalf t
bdato th t prncon o
Trmsatl0% ofmthe pt easae
and the balance thereof on
m~aedletiois 13th day of
Ap i RK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


M A.INEW SUPPLIES
C9309
PAu EnMAKaER 4 fto Luxur ou

C9491
65ft. Steel Refrigerated Vessel
like new. R/V Victory Call
Ryan at 1-305-3796990

24t ibra Boat, 160 A~p. Ford


shp-t-hr r ado ,ifb2 jcets
6 b.p. spare engine, complete
Pone tr 73 ona 52,% 1


ASHORE MARINA
P. O. BOX 5453
NASSAU
Phones 28232/3

USED BOATS


SilboaWO wth 5dinOPy Aaun
seagul Excellant condition.

27' CHRIS CR AFT
Commander $9,000.00


2r iser ( %T9RA Twin 160 brhd
engines Mercruisers radio
$14,000.00

24' FJORD with ship to shore

Acohommo leorns in rti boo t
1 .000 t find in a 31'.



engines and outdrive $4,750.00

28' BERTRAM F.B.C. twin
215 h.p. Mercruisers. Many
extras. Excellent condition.
$29,500.00

16'3" GLASTRON (1970)
Oerh 11 ,pMe0%ury engine


ENTERTAINMENT I
C986


E TRTAINMENT SPECIAL

SEAFLOOR AQUARIUM

Easter Monday only.
Children 4.11 yrs. $1.00
Adul s 12 years up
$1.75
Good clean fun for the
entire family
Spend the whole day.
Snack-bar with delicious native
food & drink.


Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
O posite che Ie Plnt


BUSINESS
crPORTUNITIES
WELL ESTABLISHED SHOE
STORE on Collins Avenue.
Financing eavanlableW Teeepho e

ham 6104 E. S. Nassau,

6HOESALE SHOES. Deliver
same day. Men, women or
children's shoes. Telephone
31295 evenings. Island orders
to Box 6104, Nassau.
C9486
WILL APPOINT
Representative to canl on hotels
and other businesses in Nassau'
Peas state r feren es. Soc

Station, Miami, Fla. 33135.

WANTI'ED

PAIR of children skis. Call
42434.


C9550
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 12th day of May
1973 at 12 noon the following
property: -
AT THAT piece parcel or lot
of land situate in the
Subdivision known as
"Gleniston Gardens" in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence and
being Lot Number Three (3)
in Block Number One (1) of
thed said Subdivision which
nad pieceb par dl or lth o
North by LtnNumboen Te
(2) in the said Block
Number One (1) and
runnn a rn Tw

byne land o o frerly there
thereotyn One hundred (10)
Feetbcm Fetheouthe bEy L
immead latel hrrereinather
droeribe in the said Bock
Number Oene1 and runn
unngthereon Two hude 10
hunded andth Twenty-seven
anmdEightey hunrednaths
(227.80) eet ann the si lc
Wmest bsolder Rod and
running thereon TOne
hund red and TEig h t e
hundredgths (10008) eet


AND ALSO ALL THAT
piece parcel or lot of land
s ituate in the said
Subdivision known as
'Gleniston Gardens" and
being the said Lot Number
Four (4)Oin thle)si ch sd

piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the North by
the said Lot Number Three
(3) as immediately
hereinbefore described in
toe said Block Nmere One


Twenty-seven and Eighty
hundredths (227.80) Feet
fn te E s lnr now e
and erunin th poereyon One

said Blocka NumberOnme(1)
and running thereon To e

(233.6 1)0 Feet an on the


W td d nnnn thro r
Oehundred and Twenty hre
hundredxthson (10020)eet


AND ALSO ALL THAT
piece parcel or lot of land
situate in the said
Subdivision known as
"Glamis on NGarderns van~d

intheh saladn sock re b

the North by Lot Number
For nbe eat dimm liate y


ano hudme a
Thirty-three and Sixty-one
hundredths (233.61) Feet
on the East by land now or
formerly the property of the

sadr )thm Gvrnren 8

South by Lot Number Six

Number One said) Ba d
running thereon Two
hundred and Thirty-nine and
For yeven hndredt s

tod ad rnnin t ee
'"d hundred ad0.N neFten
The poerty is being sold
under te power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortge dated te 29thadad

made between GilbarndS it

oher opfartoand rcotidoed i
the Registry of Records in
the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence in
Volume 1567 at pages 315
to r320. The sle is ubjc tt
right f or the Auctioneer or
any person on his behalf to
bid to that price
prmseatl0Ve oimthof pt e sae
and the balance thereof on
completion.
Dated this 13th day of April
ex 3


KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auct ioneer.

c9ol


For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships, Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.


IATA
APPROVED PASSENGER AGENTS


mn lovmy memory or my aear
eusbadb drsiLe 0. Neely who

Today houare remembered te

Bu t me who loved and lost

You will always be in my
heart.
Sadly missed by wife.
Henrietta Neely.

MNOUNCEMENTS
C 304

MHSESIOBA AMA.,f Moon ose
Avne Shirlo Heights,
N snauu N.P. wish to announce

SHR OL anDAGY NUSRY

TeM em Nurserd 19 accept
Infants from 6 months old at 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Kindergarten will accept
children from 3 years old 9

Reistroatio for both Nursery
mmenKind~er arte 1 l



Mr.Ntta co phone
2437 Thaose w shing to
register their infants and
children are urged to do so
immediately as there will no
doubt be a long waiting list. A
deposit of $10 will b
requested when you register.
For mde ,sond to

for appointment call Mrs.
Nottage c/o phone 24537.

POSITION WANTED
C9509
MATURE WOMAN desires
work. Housecleaning and/or
babysitting. Honest, highest
oeeecs nPhone 7-7644 for


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C9479
TWO STOREY open span
warehouse 100 x 80. Situate
on Farrington Road. For
information telephone 2-4782.
C9546
One bedroom apartment.
completely furnished, Village
Road area. Phone 3-1328.
C9522
3 BEDROOM house Seabreeze
Estates with stove and
refrigerator. Phone 5-1703.
C9524
2 BEDROOM apartment. Tall
Pines Colony, Gladstone Road*
water included. Contact C. B.
Moss 55191.


SBIEDROOMoue 2 Albat2
bedroom 1 bath partly

fPhrn 4-880 42193


ib5$48
COMPLETE FURNISHINGS
OF 3-BEDROOM HOUSE -
LIVINGROOM, 3-8EDROOM
5 ET S, DININGR OO M.
DRAPERIES. LAMPS. ETC
CALL AFTER 6 p.m. 5-5124.
C9559
SECRETARIAL and Executive
desks, chairs, two and four
drawers filing cabinets, desk,
accessory bookcase, Burroughs
posting machine complete with
stand. Call 27612'


C9540
YAM AC RA W
ESTATES


C8500
IF YOU need a young gri to
work Cn85our shop pease write
P.l O. ox_ N3207, Nassau.



C9531
HONEST. reliable married
Bahamian lady aged 4045
required to work as a fulI time
maid for a family with small
children. Reference from
Areviu ugivoer is ptessential
writing to Adv. C9531, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau.


BEACH


The following lots at
Yamacraw Beach Estates will
be placed back on the market
for re-sale on the ist May
1973:-
Lot No. Names
63 Norma Bain
85 Dennis Williams
226 Benson Brown
378 John A. Munnings
432 Laverne Bethrett &
James Clarke
C9560
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. announces the arrival of
1 9 73 Wo rid Book


d i t o r y an d 't a f

and a wide range of metal and
oin al onete~cto s. For


SCHOOLS
C9544


THELNLASSAUHCIVIC
will commence its Spring Term
Session on Tuesday April 24th
1973 For information
telephone 5-2353.

C9517 g



REVISION COURSE

OJ 60ls ons $24
GCE 'O' level 8 lessons $30
Call 35206.



YC955i6


16 IA
4 Dr. Auto. Green
1971 Ramnbler
Auto. Blue
1969 PONTIAC GTO,

A96 8pOR E CORT,
B e5 DODGE
Blue


$695

$2100

$1600

$695
$300


wrf wu runtrr I x s-arJ mne
CL ASSIFED ADVS. 2-4511.

BRING RlESULTS II
FAS APPROVED) CARG;O AGEtN Lb



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LOSTl IIELP VWNTED
C7345 C9527
LADIES 3-COLOUREDEGLOELD WA EHUS eANAE

FREEPORT AREA. GOOD Maur pero rquie t a
REWAR TO INDE. S. ast five years experience.
BERNSTEIN (352-6855). controlaved acuen ingoan be
able to supervise manual and
IELP WANCTED clerical staff. Apply in own
I It)W I~ ) I handwriting giving details of
C7341 past experience to Box F-318,
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd., Freeport.

j oppotnt &alabl *or 30NTRNATIONAL FIRM of'
Bahamian in their Refinery Chartered Accountants have
Maintenance organization* several vacancies for Chartered
Freeport, for the following or Certified Accountants in

BA 'gsEAN INDU n)A Sh cssful~r cni aes wi Ifi
qalified from an Accredited paid excellent salaries and
IIlea to train as a Planner bonuses. Applicant should
and Sheduler using C.P.M. or apply in writing to the Staff
other network Maintenance Partner, Price Waterhouse &r
r ia agmn npser s o I pw\ m.Box F-2415,

Qualified applicants should C7350
reply to: Deputy Chief WAN TE D AUTOMOTIVE
Industrial Olfficer Ministry of MAHII /TEHIIN
& rt, rand MUST HAVE VALID
MAST ER M AC HINIST
CERTIF IC AT' E. WRI TE
C7349 GIVING DETAIDe OF PAST
(2) WELDERS with ability to EXPERIENCE ALSO ANY
read blueprints and drawings EXPERIENCE IN VEHICLE
and able to pass strength x-ray DISTRIBUTION.
test. L. &r A. Industries* MANAGER, P. O. Box F-34,
Freeport 352-5422- FREEPORT, BAHAMAS.


C9473




G1


FOR SALE

OLF CLUBS


C9553
SUPERI OR HOUSEMAID
hoseekhodd For last fi te
years employed by Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Wright who
recommend her as
hardworking, reliable, and
thoroughly honest. Available
June 1st. Telephone 77854
mornings only.


C9492
FULLY airconditioned 2
er oo m a par ment
Ce~n6.%ville fnearr tch.S rind
C9496
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath, house with carport, lawn
and private yard. Call 32731.


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


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


Go west Bay Street to
Chippingham Road and follow
the red Dolphin signs.


~lhP Illrihfmp


ell ad get the jobb done


,ome by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 rin Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to5p~m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. Qa~m.to 1p.m


I REAL ESTATE


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PUBLIC AUCTION


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GRAM) BAHAMA


1 I ~L ( PKCn" FeatUree 91ndllrs. Inc.. 1973. World rights nerved

"Doing this extra office work doesn't wear me out, but
carrying it to and from the office does."


uranl~n:n


[ HELP WIAN'TED
C7348
QUALIFIED BAKER wanted
for Grand Bahama Bakery.
Must be well versed in Dough
Mixing, Divider and Moulder
Operation and know how to
operate 18 Tray Travelling
Ap to Grand Bahamna
Baker Ltd., 7Mucn's Hghway,
G.B.eor,

C7352
GLASSBLOWER WANTED
FOR FREEPORT. MUST BE
SKILLED IN BORA SILICA
AND SODA GLASS. WRITE
BOX F-56 OR PHONE
FREEPORT 352-9100.

C7355
GOLF CLUB AND CAR
STORAGE CLEANER -
Applicant is responsible for the
general cleaning of golf clubs,
golf cars, golf shop and assist -
with the servicing and storage
of golf clubs. Applicant should
also be prepared to do odd jobs
around the clubhouse as
instructed.
SECRETARY Individual is
required to have past
experience in general
secretarial duties, with
accuracy in typing at least
50-60 w.p.m. and excellent in
shorthand. This is a responsible
position that requires one who
is able to work on own
initiative.
Please apply to: Devco
Personnel, 18C Kipling Bldg.,
Box F-2666, 'Freeport, G.B.I.


HELP WANTED
C7353
Chief Accountant for
Company in Grand Bahama.
Must be A.C.A., C.P.A. or
equal. Responsibilities will
include the production to
management of monthly
reports and qeua terly acou ts

ad the daty to daa muntning of
The successful applicant will be
required to produce and
implement ideas to increase the
efficiency of his depart-
ment and to assist and advise
management in accounting and
allied matters.
Apply in own handwriting to:
Electrical Utilities Co., Ltd., P.
O. Box F 170, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.

REAL ESTATfE
C7354
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE,
Hawksbill City with Furniture
and Fenced Yard, CATV on
building- Call 352-5635.
C9447
THREE LOTS zoned duplex,
LUCA YA, 4 min. to
SHANNON GOLF COURSE,
1min. to seashore. AII facilities
In. Small cash plus paymentsr
takeover now H paid. THIS IS
A BAR GAINI AI so
single-family lot on Grand Bah.
Waterway, 125ft. bulkhead,
facilities in and all-time
maintenance paid, In now
sold-out PINE BAY. Write
Adv. C9447, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau, or
see yoir broker.


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"These things taste Ilke KARATE chops."


Wheo Sithattao


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Saturday April 21, 1973. Who Wrtbtstle "


CARROLL BRIGHTER'S

. HOROSCOPE '
from the Carroit Righter institute
-1 / GENERAL TENDENCIES: You now have the REX MOR G AN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS
chance to obtain the information you need
from higher-ups during the daytime. The evening finds you GAVE sitE A KING E SEEN AWAKE ALL NIGHT HE RING WAS GIFT
able to take advantage of another opportunity You can afford E tr oc NOT, WHAT'S E8T A HT, NINK N LWONDERING WRA 07 HES &
to help a good friend who is in need ASEUSSA- -I HAVENT WRONG, 44ONDERFUL- TELL MIM THIS WHAT Do IT AT PREAAFAST***
.. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Attend social affairs where you SLEPT Au NIGHT / JUNE ? MORNING / A YOU MEAN,
can meet persons who can be helpful to you in the future IMncarTN TH a is
Now as the time to pursue a desire of long standing Use / ---war me my TELL
Kins F*.aurn syndiate. Inc 1973 World rishh r****wd extreme care in travel Think logically EM$ NTED
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Tap your subconscious for 7 TH cle to ou
"Be patient a little longer he'll pay your bill after the answers you need to present problems, which are on
he pays the creditors who refuse to be patient.', tin moj.maatkee e lthotr at evvith you in a new plan
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Strive to gain more goodwill
* from associates today, which will be relatively easy, Improve .
report and the Mr.ved Magw-35 your image in public and make life easier for yourself Use
good judgment in travel
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can handle
tasks easily if you go ahead and act cheerfully mstead of
deliberatingNso mu a Seek the righthcl e g that makes you J UDGEPARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Use astuteness in handing family
affairs now and get good results Clear up a condition that is ------- 3-5187 LE.JL1. "If 7 AAEN MEANWHILE, UPSTA RS NO BETSv I HOPE YOU1E THE TRUTH IS
not good at all. Don't act as though you know it all or you will NOW, KATHERINE, I THINK YOU RE NEVER' GOOD MORNING As A MATTER OF jg BEEN THINKING I VE BEEN
1 receive illwill from friends. BEING A LITTLE UNFAIR IN YOUR CEASE $AM! DID I WAKE FACT, I VE BEEN ABOUT ME GIVING YOU
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Use good Judgment in EVALUATION OF BETSY! SHE TO AMAZE YOU, DARLING ? UP FOR A COUPLE QUITE A BIT OF
handling problems with others and get the right results Be BAS LL A VERY S EET ME OF HOPRS.. COULDNT OUGHTIU
Rupert tumble into the paws in vain, for the flying more cheerful when conversing with friends, associates, N HALF AN
flying saucer t as its engine saucer is rising every moment relatives and business contacts. Be poised OUR
bursts into li o. Quaking with At a safe height the Sorcerer LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Engage in practical interests r*
fear he clutches the Sorcerer keeps his craft hovering while that mean much to you; consult experts. Make improvements
8te aft I off wag7*(safe t to property that add to its beauty, comfort and value in the
looks again he no that they dreadful I Rupert shudders. future.
are out of the animals' reach. They nearly caught us. And SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) You are highly magnetic
The raging creatures lash their the WIzard's furious I now but take care you don't take unfair advantage of others
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED and alienate them Tone down some for best results Gain the
, aid of those you meet socially
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Dealing in a
conscientious fashion with others is the best way to get good MBE IM REM EE M
results now. Keep any information given you in confidence.
You can easily make a good impression on others APA RTMENT 3- G ByAle K otsky
CAPPICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) A day to go out and
make new contacts instead of staying in a limited groove Meet
higher-ups who can be helpful to you in your career Put those FINE, TOMMIE BUT PROFESSOR IT 5 VERY NICE WOld'T VOU L DON'T WANT
talents you have to work WE VE MISSEP YOU! PAPAGORAS, TO MEET YOU, JOIN US FOR TO INTRUPE
AQUARIUM (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Good friends mean much PROFESSOR, THISH MRS MRS. NASH? SOME LUNCH?
to you now so show them your appreciation and gain HOW ARE
increased goodwzil for the days ahead A new friend you have
can give you the information you need
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Take steps to improve
p handling your duties. Attend to a credit matter so it won't
bother you any longer. You can easily avoi la dangerous
situation tonight. Be alert at all times
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those fascinating young people who thinks straight and
talks straight and has realistic ideas Give as much academic
education as you can afford. An urge to travel should be \
satisfied early in life so your progeny can easily settle down to
whatever stable field is decided upon as a career endeavor
*,.*-"4 "The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
.* yourlifeIslargelyuptoYOU! STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


y* Chess THE FIRST DANCE WAS PEACE, BROTHER! BEFORE
WHAT TH BLAZE I REMOVED THE HALL FOR DONNA JEAN! 'lOU START THROW1NG
By LEONARD BARDEN ARE YOU 001 IM LIGHT BULB, OMAD, 7 SUT THIS 0 El PUNCHE5,--LET ME 7055 ,
SET' U WisH 1WAS A SIRD...so I malY HAVE 7 && 2! ET8 9 ,Ap A 15 ALL MINE OUT AN EXPLANATION/
lb SPEND SO MUCH TIME ON THE GROUND.i" as vioTOR MoLLo UNLOCKED
Despite their customary anag.
Brother Juniper $;*,, $'t,"g"f- m'
Dealer South : Love All IF YOU CAME L
g North FOR ANOTHER WALTZ,11L
AK 5 4 3 I BE HAPPY TO OBLl@E 1
A 9 7 5 1 YOU, JOKER.
-- 8 5
South
4A852
02
OK Q 10 6 4 White mates in three moves.
4 A 4 3 against any defence (by J.
Campbell). Material is scanty, I'M so SURE 1 MAYBE xtas RieMT. I'LL
South North and Black's king has only one 1 KNOW HIM.. 1 CONCENTRATE ON FORGETTING
10 10 legal move. Neverthless. this is ALL ABOUT EL VALIENTE AND
30 a difficult puzzle which has WORK ON MY APPETITE ... ONLY...
to defeated many a solver
60 Par times: 2 minutes, problem
Admittedly, it s a bad slam, mxaps tr. j mm e g oblem
/ he handk d minutes, average; 30 minutes. SE NW /
with anatch-point scorin 50
would be a poor result. aving Chess Solution
missed 3NT, he had to be in a
slam. 1 K-Ktt. K-BS 2 9-10
O West led the #K. Could the and mate Op 3 9-K2, 3 O-pla, LOOK- XJ'D LIKE To
slam be made? or 3 9-987 accom 7tq to KNOW MIMI SO WOULD
.... Trumps must be 2--2, for Black a reply PROBABLY EVERY OTHER
South wfll have to ruff two / FEMMS 94 GPAIN- NOW
spades in durmny, and hearts / ORPER SOMETHING!!
must be 4-3 to provide discards
for two clubs. ne other thing
is n*eded-the OJ with West.
West East MERE AAIOYMEE OfARE T 4WEETHEART' I TAMIONT *
J 6 4 4 K Q 10 3 LETTER VOIA WROTE 1 AM OEGOLATE WITMOUT gloat$ TMAT 74AT (MAF WOULD
Q 9 7 6 OJ 10 8 Ju{rf SE FORE WE 7014- WMEAl GMALL I 4EE ONE WA N'T AfAkE illM
.. ,,, ,, K3 8029 8 2 WEEE MARRIED... (4AfrAlsI MV ONLY LOVE. FROM tl ?#1 IV


.,ub~~Hl anC~~Yn At trick two. South crossed to
sccn. asnt y-)o the C)A, ruffed a heart high and
finessed the 09 That was the
"Stain your windows, sir?" key play, creating a vital entry. 4
A second heart was ruffed high

CROSSWORD rleae "Rmpson OK a
PU ZZLE


4futworthy R Kresn HOPVa s~'nc)cll~tcwr tp
11. Unit of 34. Eternity O ore a an n prpr na e.r sDY
reluctance 35. Sides 3onrom ~th 48 wor s. v~dr ood : owd.
12. 3-some 37. Behold C E l**,**; homn exclcl b Dy'Ston onLM nday. ^OU ..1/ENMM..WIHILE DAD' 5 TAT MEA~NS
113. runting o 3. Bishopric makn. Male lieln anlln antil ane esleNOM/THE /5 6ETTINGI :CUS/ITE T-V/~IIRIPIM~
14. Bowstring 44. Knowledge Lete I M ': I.2SE:1' it.": It::'t 7.,ases w y TH l/STTE77EARA
hem 4. Rbbt --SOiLUTION OF ATURDAY'S PUZZLE be usecd once n~ase aLl sale IlalIne ease seal BlM/DGE rOO SE/. wLLSPN
15. Steeps 47. Dozen wodmutcntelu E ach siwal slain anall seal. PAEN I REA~LLY' READY/... 'THE WEBX -
16. English river 48. lectees 00WN 5.s Marsai PSYHOOG INrl e. EN W
1 Nmrical data u9 1. Goddess of pe a ROUBLE~... US/..
21. Foray 51. Presidential discord 8. Ugly building ( ,
27 Wioe-tailed 52.6moino amE ister 1 n thR tCI S-od go ea ner wihto n humb
sea eagle 53. Trevino 4. War 18. Toward o)ne hint by comniler TIM1 McKiAY : Hunt oult the seven-letter
I 2 91W71 & B 7 8 to 19. Vineyard words--you'l set a dilvidend. Solutltoo on Monday REAR
22. Yore sisters. to 420
a 2IS:23. Study Ga en Iro teastw to)
24. Ship-shaped Farucet. (Y,
IM s clock seestments. 25. Gershwin hlrdy (4 J
826. Permit I ~ 1 1 IIClues nown I
28. Architectural r 'Ietty thieves. (9) i i" -' ,;SOMEIOW, THE CLICKINJ)IG ) SOMEONE SHOUL IL hW~v DON' TI JUST
21 S pfojeClion Zodlac asig. (3) BODE DEAR OF T OSE NEEDLES NETSLE SDTESO.JTOB
31.Catip epir oolencarnen <> oLD ov LESE MAESME ERVUSKNITTINlG UPHOLSTERED?
29 29. smpo nlrtant. (5i) STOP Kirclreslh) TONIGHT ~-NEEDLESJ-
O I$ggy36. Rows literature deCa)lns with sove. <0o 00 AW/HILE ?
38. Style of Elchanltmecnt. tO> 1
as 8 abstractic t t nth weapons. (5) 3
painting a nadaml
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 46 98s linen rpc slyhg t,
4~'le 8eos 4 one (0 n oet rm o
I1 53e Ireatnd take~bl pa tmcsta (a) t el ntor *** e.
44. Gain a g payent oftct ae det.<3 r e pr ma

Par time 28min. AP Newsf~etures 4-23 45. Finis ( Irl to) Lee(-*.s~e O













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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS
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UP O'RE SWA L)ES
IT LOOKS LIKE KEWINY T O MEET JUNE FOR
NEVER PIF GET TO RAAATINLS
SEP LAT MGH THAN AN HOUR /
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JUDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOL

IT s BETSY! THERE 5 A LONG 7"" THAT 5 MY AGENT, TAKE YOUR
I'M SO GLAD THAT ABBEY 6 QUITE DISTANCE CALL FOR YOU j AM! I LL BE TIME! THERE'S
INVITED US TO LUNCH, SAM! A ,.. A MISS LILA SANDS! JS E OHRY
I ALWAYS WANTED TO ~2 PLACE! MINUTES !
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APARTMENT 3-G By Ae+ Ko tzy

ANYTHING AT ALL FORGIVE ME FOR STARING AT YOU, MRS WAIT A MINUTE --YOU WERE A UANCER- -
SWILL 0O, TOMMIE! NASH -BUT I VE SEEN YOU BEFORE- THE MOST BEAUTIFUL DANCER I EV2R SAW!
ANW ABU OHER IE THAT 1 CAN'T lb WAS A US1 AL-OEN BR WAY YOR
ASSORTED \3 -- 1 I HAU SEEN
COto cuTS? You, PROFESSOR POESR
1 WOULD HAVE 'YOU'VE MADE MY
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


Wfhite to move; howR r''n he
win? This position wase revlc': 1
in the game Hort v. Done. a:t
the weid team cham: .:.us~.tip.
Material Is levell, land :1 l~ooks
dtiticult to makee progressj bult
while actually forced a quick
resign;a:; on,
Par time: 20 seconds, qEtErs
master; 1 minute, chews~ c \,sles;
2 mnulntes, county ple erc:; 4
minutes, cllub strendch: 6
minutes, uver~age; 10 m~.:lutes,
40 TI}TION 9640 - --- --
Chess Solutione
White won DU 1 P--qG ch!l and
Black resigned. I x
ch; 2 K-QC5(hraetg o
tcint by it-Kl6 chr, K xP
and P--K71, K--91; 3 B-KXtG
cht! (bette Ir ltha 3 K'xP? B--B1

B-B7. IC-Kl; 5 U P. K--91:
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kale klul lace lack klacer Ilae
lair lake lark eak Iliar racnet ra
rail rakre reat.

19. Roman enaperor. (4)
to. Optle. (3)
21. Appeared. (6) C
SS Despatched. (4)
24. Quench. (s)
SS. Sottldfes. (4)
SO. Golf courses. (3, U
Down
I. Speed. (9)
3. Write. (3)
8. Unguarded occasion. (3-6)
4I. Marine ensines. (8)
5. Listener. (3)
6. Monster oech. (4)
I) lie follet tbhe money. 5-8))


15. T r y
o t s.
16. 8 p ecie
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IT. P l aoks.
(3)
23. Prophet.
(3 aturday's solrties


OF I I N D U I



SO UTIN OF VfLD' PZ



43. Duration of 2. Dwelling

DOWN 4 ans name
5. Moral
1. Semidiameter 6. Cookout


VIE IS POSriVe SHE'S SEEN FAMOUS
MATADOR *EL VIALIENTE" BEFORE.
WHAT SHC DOESN'T SUSPECT IS 8
HE 19 HER GARDEFIER, J //0.7










NIND YOUI..


Saturday April 21, 1973.


--CARROLL RIGHTER'S

BSI~GOROSCOP1 E
from the Carroll Rightr instiute
-L\ GENERALL TENDENCIES: Events should be
moving swiftly In your life at this time. If you
extend activities beyond present boundaries, you will be able
to gain the goodwdilof those in high office Follow suggestions
they give and you will benefit
ARIES (Mar 21I to Apr 1 9) Communicating with those at a
great distance for the data you need is wise A new friend can
give the information you seek and wdll help you mn your
project. Take need health treatments.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) If you make good use of
your hunches, you wd1l be able to handle matters of real
importance Figure out with mate how to get ahead faster and
increase harmony Think constructively
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Discuss a new project with
associates and listen carefully to their Ideas Take care of
important civic matters Schedule your time well in the
morning so you can accomphsh a great deal
MOON CHILDRENr (June 22 to July 21) If you show
others that you are devoted, you can easily gamn their goodwill.
toove ye r wlarddrob da oseehow it can be improved, so
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Forget your regular tasks today
and visit social circles where you can have a delightful time.
Your creative ideas could prove most lucrative In the future if
you do something about them now
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Get busy with those ideas for
having more accord at home so outsiders will be better
impressed when they call on you Begin an uptrend that will
make you more successful in the future
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) The planets give you the
added vim you need to handle today's duties with more
efficiency Make appointments that are important and be sure
to be on time Do shopping early
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Pay attention to whatever is
of a civic nature and get excellent results, since the planets are
favorable Pleasmg kin is most Important today, Do some
entertaining tonight
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Use good judgment
when dealing in financial matters Get together with congenials
in the afternoon and evening for the pleasures that are
mutually pleasing Let harmony reign
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Ideal day to plan better
ways to get ahead in the future Arrange a meeting witha very
powerful person who can give you good Ideas and the right
advice Study books that are helpful
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Look to gregarious type
persons like yourself for the help you need to gain your
fondest aims. A person you meet should prove interesting in
the future. Cultivate friendship quickly
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) If you show your capabilities
to a public figure, you can gain his backmsg concerning your
worthwhile aims. Make your life more meaningful and happy.
Get out of that rut you've been in,
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .he or she will be
very outgoing with much imagination and will ask questions
about almost everything There's a desire to know about
foreign lands and cultures. The field of imports and exports
would be ideal here. Direct the education along such lines with
emphasis on the study of foreign languages. Send to college, if
possible. Give religious training early in life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely upto YOU'


-r;


"A Mr. Mills to see you. Did you know he was such a
BIG man when you wrote that threatening letter?,,

Rupert and the 1Mixed Magic-36



',4 ., i


far belw te uocee se
his craft forward at speed
SWhoo-oo, Ican hardly get
my breath cries Rupert. It
has been a gruelling time for
you," calls out his friend Be
ifgdhn rt, oduvvill so n
ALL RIGHTS


nheo streak aco ss teads
a massive bank of leaden
cloud. and the Sorcerer turns
anxiously to Rupert. We must
pass through that storm." he
shouts. 'I fear the rain will
ftI my fl ie s saucer and drive
RESERVED.


North


/K3
South
+K9JB
0 A 10 8 5
O K 10 3

COONTRA~CT 46: LEAD CQQ.
~An easy looking hand, tespei.
ally as trtunps break nicely.
With no club losers, declarer can
at~ord to concede a trick in each
of the other suits. And yet, it
he doesn't look ahead. he m y
go down, for the East-Ww
hands could be:
8es Fast
OJ 9 7 62 A786 3
6 Jsr 8 2 6Q10 97
hanin t he Asje trc in b
TO f~ngun wih dummny's *
will give West a heartth and
declarer will still have to lose a
heart and a diamond
It's a deadly dangr ye
there's a simple antidote Beofe

his heart ruR. but he no loner
has a safe exit. Whether he
opens up the diamonds or leads
as Idubd la wilnga ruiand dis-
losing heart from dummy.




.GROWING







USE

& be Gr tune

CLASSIFIED

ADV TS *


"No sugar-free lollipops, no puppets, no music. Just yank
the tooth, Doc."


:CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACOS 23. Cotton seeder
1French 24. Coquettish 1
composer 25. Blood vessel
6. Confusion 26. Arctic bird
1. Unstable 27. Wire service
2. White poplar 29. Stress
3. Aphrodite's 32. Evian
f4. Neve 34 eief

15. Pofiin T ani inr

$:l .in 38. Steed cat
.Cont ast 40. O iental
Avoerge 41. Gypsy
Gne 42. Lets


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7. Number. <4)
n. Comne up Weslt antd sece le
anoctimet (3)
I,. WNpitttrs (0)
It. Iternon. (49
1.3. 7cTakes the b~alt. (r,)
In e50tfu. pepl. 3-


Whbo Elribittle


SWinninU

B'tridge
Br VICTOR MOLLO
Ulte hss, trid. uts a heavn
example is this hand fa e~td in
the monthly Bulletin of the
Amer~can Contract Bridge
League


Chess


Brother Jfuniper














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REX MOR GAN, M.D. By DAL CUTIS

UIKE I SAID---
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JUDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS
MORE OR LESS, SAM! "F I T SEEMS THAT ONE SOUNDS T NOT UNLESS YOU INSIST THAT
Is EVERYTHING THAT WAS MY BUSINESS 1 OF THE NETWORKS INTERESTING! I DO! I'M COMPLETELY IN
ALL RIGHT, BETSY ?/ MANAGER ON THE PHONE! WOULD LIKE ME TO DOES TMAT YOUR HANDS, MR. DRIVER!
SHE WANTED TO KNOW DO AN INTERVIEW MEAN YOU'LL
WHEN I'LL BE SACK SHOW! HAVE TO sE
q N NEW YORK 1 LEAVING?


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I'M NOT SURE I CAN MANDLE...
BUT I'M WILLING TO TRY !





A PA RTMENT 3- G By Als K otsky

AND TO THIN ---)OU EVEN i TELL ME, PROFESSOR --- WOULD IT TOMHMIE, WE HAD SETTER
REMEMBERE MY NAME--- SPOIL THE ILLUSION IF I TOLD BE GETTING HOME!
NLART A LAVJERNE WAS YO. MAT 'IRNE' WAS A
9ACE EERTIU NOTHING
DNE V APPEAR ON THE COULD SPOIL THE
AMERICAN THE MEMORY I
STAGE, TOMMIE HAV O YO,











STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


(dillMMR*IlkM


CARROLL RIGHTER'S



frem the Carrol Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Your Monday to
start right in to make your plans a practical
success. Avoid being so concerned about what others thmnk, or
spending time with someone you like and enjoy so mane that
you fail to get the fmne practical situations worked out to your
advantage Think in terms of what will best aid you build a
powerful place for yourself
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) A good day to contact
hither-up you know, whatever your aims, so you get support
for them with speed. Avoid that talkative partner now who
curbs your style, or you get little done. Raise your aims and
hit the mark
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You get 3ust the right
modern ideas now that will catapult you into the higher
position you want in life Make good use of them early. Get in
touch with an out-of-towner for suggestions on plans you
should follow
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You now know better how to
deal with those who are vital to your existence Make better
tseof your abilities ta the future. If your plan is practical,
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Business contacts
can now give you some excellent ideas that can be digested for
future use, so listen with both ears Becoming emotional with
a ve woaropposes you is the best way to lose out. Keep
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan your time more wisely so it
is evenly divided between work, play and rest, and you live a
fuller life. Cultivate teamwork. Have more concern for
clothing so your appearance is improved
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get into the outlets today
that not only bring in the silver and gold, but give you pleasure
in the doing as well. Amusements should be the type you
really enjoy, instead of what others pull you mnto Be yourself
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are able to Improve home
conditions now and should do so early Then get business
matters handled wisely. Evening is fine for entertaining good
friends who can be of help to you in the future
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show you handle all tasks
of whatever kmd most efficiently and wisely Try to be of
assistance to your regular associates. Evening Is ideally suited
for charming conversations with good friends.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You find the right
way now to increase your income easily and have more of the
good things of life. Support that person in business who has
been very helpful when you needed help. Think
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan early where to bend
your efforts so you make the most of them and then follow
through with precision and speed. The social side of life can
prove very beneficial also Attend right functions as soon as
your work is completed.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Forget all that gadding
about and handle financial and other practical matters that are
important. Get future better planned Listen to what good
advisers have to suggest, also.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Act in a different way if you
want to gain the personal goals that mean so much to you Get
out to that group affair that can be a natural avenue of
operation. Something of a scientific nature can be very
interesting in p.m
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will b*
one of those very serious young individuals who will be pretty
much self-centered, but will however return favors received
from others, so be sure to give the religious training early that
will make him or her more outgoing and generous. Then there
will be more easy rapport with others, and ~thls will become a
successful chart, especially where organizational work is
concerned, whether business or philanthropic
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


t SLACK ,,,



AD MI & $ ~l~TI






SOI INO YF YETRASPZ


lur~s,


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13


"That's the main reason I regret ever having formed a
partnership with him."

Rupert and the 1Mixed Magic-37


"Quickly, little bear I Give
tmps urewan that t rnse hi as
moment the Sorcerer remem-
bers the magic fishing-rod.
" You mean the handle part "
gas s Rut rt. "oHteredyou are I "
length the Sorcerer utters a
ALL RIGHTS


spell and instantly the flying
sa ger itps upse don Aand
now in the thick of the storm
with a torrent of rain beating
on the underside of the craft.
"Don' or eadarme r sshou s
straps will hold us in.
RESERVED.


I I
'fr SRW... eSR ... 'la0 ...u1/8o...
BUITFRFLIES... SEES..." ... SN4455..."


Brother d uniper


word must ucontainl the larre
letter, and usere must he at
Iclast one elsht-letter word inI use
list. No plurnisr: no feelsatr words:
no prpr narats. TillMY'w
T lRG~ETc :~ 23 wrds. good :
:)o words, very good : 33i words.
excellent. xolultionl tomlorrow.


)W~I.ISHLY showily sill stilys
*Ilo slow alowly sell swill wholly


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Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


Seath
10
20


North
14
20


West leads the 0 10. How
should declarer play?
ANALYSIS: On t~he face of It,
declarer has only three losers,
two trumps and a spade. But the
lead sounds the alert, tor It
looks Hlke a singleton or a
doubleton, and Ir so, a ruily
'"i, :i' "...... v.,s is,
Against a dsinleton there s no
remedy, but a doubleton
needn t prove fatal. Declarer
wins the first trick in dummy,
and repressing the natural u* e
to attack trumps, leads the K.
mI das expected ac'~ tecn rdcka-
won In the closed hand and
dumm'sd laost d thocs aore
declarer leads trumps.
West East
;3 9 7 632 ; 0 83 1

Should declarer lead a trump


puts East in with the +A and
Nrut a diamond.


(9641)
White (to move) forced
draw in this tournament gamle
porsition by) a piece of talctics
w~hwh~i c\very strong p~ayel
k ws. How did White ma~ke
wet~~ of the hlalf po!nl' White's

Black's best reply.
Par times: 5 seconds, gr~and-
mlaster; 10 seconds. oher;
na:ster; 30 seconds, chess ex-
;1 minute. county p).3yt ;
Minutes. ciob strengt-h;6
')t ltuts. average; 15 Ininu e .
olc'LUTION 9641 -
C~hess Solution
1 IR P! B-KS rPh: 2 K--K2
R

caucrrse Black's bash!op doese
irt control thre KRPs c.rp uine;

i 7lrle v KR xKK2 dtarns x ok
r74 ook' spawn a ainst ,cck ia
Scraw, when thre tang canr Jacp

'?. The nishrtl henre (s-.)
"is. Guided. (3)
"T Encoulntered. (3)
dn woma~nnr ruler. (7)


CR OSS WORD

EP ZZLU
AICRoss
31. English ;iver
1. Encore 33. Alcove
4. Graceful trees 35. Until
8. Heavy hearted 36. Sweetsop
11. ",";:; boat 38 ed
13. Be situated 42. Expanse
14. Achieve 43. Baste
1 ilky Way G6 Teodag" n

20. Nothing 50. Spiced Irink
21.0utstanding 52 Salt in
2 S i's deck 53 erms ry

28. Adores 54. Purposes
30. Damage '55. Informer


4.Mnuver

6 rima e

y. dkcoeurse
o9. Duck genus
10. Pasha
15 Cubicle
17. Rim
19. Song thrush
21. Butter tree
22. Subject
2623. Happen again
25. Horse food
26. Those in favor
29. Envelopes
32. Satin fabric
34. Epic poetry
37. Statute
39. Hoard
41. Highest point
43. That girl
44. Marble
45. Biddy
47. Hiatus
till City in
Minine50t
4-25 51 Pald nutlce


DOWN
1. Ostracize
2. Anger
3. Electric ra


1. I nlokerea lwn

.i hlort letter. t4)
lr. trticle-nlot necessarntl 2
to. st acu lon. (j)
II. Hut~rcha 14>
as(ltto lt (4)
fi ov~rtnown 45

19). NI alth
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(3)lrcr~ resoilss


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est. rate. (4)


AP Newsrfootures


Por time 22 min.


Saturday April 21, 1973.


t ilg Grtilittle


HOW many
from t toe
E ltters shown
here ? In

0 R R ..mr me
15@ usecd onler
only Each



Bridge
Br VIOTOR MOLLO
Dealer Noh Love All
North



South

Q~JS


800K TUE CUUBCIDI
SOGk' TCIE ReCC~lmON

INVITAOIJON






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_ __ _


,


IN THE FINAL.5 of the
Schools Squash Tournament
held recently at Blue Hill Golf

Roda G nt of Govr m
High School came through as
respective champions of the
Boys' and Girls' Tournaments.
In a very exciting boys' final
Phillips beat David Ferguson of
Government High School two



BOXING
MONDAY 8:30 p.m. at the
Nassau Stadium Undefeated
welterweight champ Ellsha Obed
take on Jtamaica's number on
Also on the card: Cleveland
Williams vs Don Frazier, Kid C'ruz
vs Kid Bowson and Al Moss vs Kid
ATHLETICS
MONDAY 9:00 a.m. 4 p.m*
at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre The Bahamars Amateur
Athletic Association following a
tyac urdfields event wl pick a
represent the Bahamas in the
Carifta Games.
CYCLING
MONDAY 10:00 a.m. -
Bahamas pro cycling champ Boston
B~lackle will go for his fourth
consecutive win for 1973 when he
competes in the 42 mile road race.
The race begins and ends in front of
Ace Barber Shop on Market Street.


LONDON (AP) Results
Saturday's British soccer games:
ENGLISH LEAGUE
Division I
Birmingham 3 Stoke I
Chelsea 2 Southampton 1
Derby I West Ham I
Everton 0 Arsenal 0
Lpeswdc 4 r ver~hempton I
Marnchester U. O Manchester C. o


West Bromwich 0 Norwich I.
Bristol City 3D is ko~ol 0
Burdiff 43H~u dhenfield I
Hull 0 Sunderland 2
Ml"\ .2bdong lie field Wed. (
Milwall SQ eden's0Park I

Pox r o',cp It .'lm 2
Preston 2 Nottingham F. I
soonavo'ivision 3
sournemouth 2 swansea o
Halifax 3 Charlton 0
Nottts Cunty Om Bck~burn 0
Scunthorpe 1 Watford 0


ssEffective Listening is ties beginnig of Iffecttive Training"

For information, call Barbara Lightbourn 24500; Albertha
Ferguson 55467; Bob Kimberk 21904-5-6. For applications,
stop by HELP, Ltd., Millers Court East Street between Bay &
Shiriey


T j


AM ERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L. P'ct. GB


New ork5 7 .417 3

West D~ivision
unsEt 4 69~2 .
lo na .5 Z

,2 6 .250 4 i
a uFriday s Results





Mlilwaunkee 10, (clveland 7
New\ Yo~rk (I, laitimlore I

Todlay's Games
"c.l atrhcr -I Minnesota
(`lch ag (I asher I-1) atKansts City
(Slintonr 0 0), 2 30 p.m*

aoston,1 (M ith n a1) at
(5~ levela Jl idrow 1-2) a pm m
nN TIOA 7do{GUE
East Division
loittsbuirrgh 7 I .875

I'hiilephi 4 6.400~ 4 ;
St. I ones\ I .100 7
West Division
Fitoae 10 4 .714 %2
ele < 47 4 2
Sun1 I)iCeo () 9 .400 5
Atlanta i 1 .286 7
Friday s Results

Sani I ralntisco, 7 Locs Angeles 3
Thursday's Results
New York J-0, C'hicagoc 1-7
'n; t |l Ir sic~c id< Ics .incl es 6
I'ittsburxh atI St. Locuis. tpod.. ruin


I rn


See a Travelogue of 50110, TAmArTI, FZ, neW CALADONIA
Compliments of Pan America~n
beginning at 12:00 Noon.
Cecil Dorsett's Stael Band plays all af-
ternoon!


OPan Am






Invent you te someting Intd Today


Saturday, April 21, 197/3


Schlitz explode for 10 runs


in 3ril. to beat Blentlers
i- v l..s..n. ..l.rs-o
IllI II II iLI)1 I LIVING;STO)N E I)AVIS sho~t a two-rbi triple deep intor
right field so thle third inlning as~ Schlitl Iteer exploded for 10 commanding
runs, inl thalt innrinlg tol gO: on anid beat lIaharnash idendel~rs 13-3 in the second
ag mle last night art thle U.L.S.C:.


SchlitL won their sixth in !3
played while the Islenders dropped
their eleventh in 14 played.
Hitting second, Schlitz took a
or atl inutig beoreth Uemlnd r
came through in the top of the
thirdl nnd evened u.chn fJe
P'ennermantr, who was relieved later
i te athitd >yIsrzlayc Cwll ,dr
the h~ottomrl of the third with a
walk. Wrenching first inl the first
inning vial a short stop error.
r~tkadrt later stole w on.ynes
followed also, with a walk and with
onle dlown centre fielder Anthony
Robecrts drove in Il~ckhatrt on a
\hot past the erring first baseman.
Wih sca~n ob nunngeadnre:
stleln base D~avis connected the
first pitchl into right for two runs.
Schlitz then battled from a two
Ia t crd arl and sco ed sxdmore runh


at,\tuk ~ t sven p ve noupa
but gave up five hits. Joe
Petnnermanl suffered the loss. le
gave up three hits, walked two and
GLrucko~ut two.


D8fendiig champions,



P fl C 8 Will to 00St f 8g





By GLADSTONE THIURSTON
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS PRINCE WILLIAMS HIGH won
humble respect from Sweeting High in a 3-1 best of five victory
back in their old home town now McPherson High.


Over 200 strong with C. C.
carrying the weight were
turned away from the A. F.
Adderley as preparations there
made it difficult to play. And
so Prince Will -- it being their
home game shied away from
the city and made it four in a
row while giving Sweeting High
the first 10s i folr
I'ince w"!" sh""in, mhet,
experience over the rookies
jumped to an I1-4 lead early in
the first game. However, the
rookies of C. C. in search of

srv cue ofc-atai MM thte
Lcy to wit in three points o
the lead (9-12).
With Maxwell Smith and
captain Denis Forbes receiving
well, Prince Will's serve was
broken on the first ball and
Kevin Rolle at the line saw
Sweeting High tie at 12 all.
before Smith spiked one out of
bounds.
A foot-fault on Prince Will
gave C. C. a turnover. This
:'sordd thel a nly two points
DEUCE GAME
Not the team to give in
easily, Prince Will returned and
deuced the game at 14 all.
Both sides pushed up to 15 all
and Fres at th line serve
two for Sweeting giving them a
17-15 one game lead.
"This year's team is not as
strong as the teams of past
years," admitted Prince Will's
coach Caswell Thompson prior
to the game. "This has led
peo le to un errate us.
A determined Prince Will
came alive as the curtains
rose for the second game and
behind the service of Terrace
King went into a 5-2 lead.
And yet, the youth of the
rookies shone through. Ray
Johnson at the line served six
consecutive points into a
weekend Prince Will but David
Bullardcoknea soft dink pulled C.
C.'s~~~~~~ bokr u pae
Bullard at the line served
only one point but a miscue by
bhi opo nsh eut Arlingt


A perservering C. C. again
found the weakness mn Prince
Will and behind the spiking of
BradeeshCooper with s ck
Danny Stubbs at the line had
Sweeting ahead 12-10. Both
sides again evened up at 13 all
and Terrance King's service
gave Prince Will the equalizer
with al 5-13 win.
EXPERIENCE SHOWS
Up to this point, the big
guns of Prince Will were still
sie ad C. C. inte t nsd
within one point. Again
experience showed and Prince
Will, playing a more relaxed
game, rallied behind the
f ve- onto 5ec 00f Freddia

2-1 lead.
Bullard, King and Alpheus
Forbes proved to be the
backbong for Prince Will as
they pushed the defendinS
champions to a quick 9-1 lead
and C. C. called a time out.
Whatever the conference waS


all about it surely did not work
this time as Kevin Rolle's
service gave them only one
point.
Arlington Wright at the line
coupled with the super spiking
of Forbes, King and Lesie
Cartwirght gave Prince Will a
15-2 win.

Thrsayse gma e erdfeate
Government High, McPherson
High and Adderley High.
Coach Caswell is very
pleased with his team and he

dloe cha pti nship ehis yarlose
C. will be their closest match.






JANE McCORQUODALE
and John Lindley, both of the
Dolphins Swim Club, each
captured three firsts in the
senior grls and senior bo s
ciiso Msthe DI Shn lea
at lunch time today during
their annual swim meet.
Ten-year-old Gillian Veitch
of Jamaica took top honours in
her division as she won the SO
metres butterfly, the 200
metres individual medley and
the 50 metres back stroke.
Jamaica was good for only
third place in the senior girls
50 metres butterfly which was
won by McCorquodale in 40.5
seconds. Diane Holowesko also
of the Dolphins was second
and Donna Lewis was
third.
McCorquodale also won
the senior girls back stroke and
the 200 metres individual
medley, with Alicia Davis of
Jamaica second. In the 100
metres back stroke Lewis got a
second for Jamaica.
Lindley won the 50 metres
butterfly in 28.00 seconds, t~he'
200 metres individual medley
in 2:39 and the 100 metres
back stroke in 1.14.

JamAia nas soir in
butterfly, third m the 200
metres and second in the 100
metres back stroke.

CRITICS SLAM
WEST INDIES
PORT OF SPAIN, APRIL 21
(AP) Critics lashed out at the
West Indles selectors Friday after
two of the region's top cricketers
were dropped from the team that
will play Australia Saturday in the
Fifth Test.
The selection panel, after an
hour-long session in the Normandle

Wlo E, annone HIyarl
without one of the top spinners in
(ree dage, a s dialis tsnhts-ha de
opener.
They were among 13 cricketers
wheomse des a aenable Fr te mantc
at the O al here.
shel~ drs' t aireadyotangryl at th
Stephen Camacho and Van Holder
onutr g. Tdiort-Hpresse shodck thah
the selectors were sending the West
Indies team in with a stopgap
opener in Maurice F~oster without
Willett to partner him.


games to one. After Phillips
had dominated the first game
with his accurate and aggressive

p ay Frudoo edue amdirda o
game nine points to nil. In a
tense third game Phillips again
took control with strong serves
which consistently beat
Ferguson.
in the girls' tournament
Rhonda Grant kept the title
for the second year by beating


Carol Albury two games to nil.
Carol played a determined first
game but Rhonda's superior

do n and aer h kinh fis
match with relative ease.
Photo shows (in front from
le ft) Ro ry Higgs of St
Augustines, Carol Albury of
GHS first runnerup, winner
Rhonda Grant of GHS and
boys runnerup David Ferguson
of GHS.


........o...
IIIG; (, WIN AGAIN
I~Rigt filcidr Eugene fliggs, last
t paved the way for Big Q's 4-2
victory o~ver D~el Jane Saints in the
first galme last night. .
th~le galme, which ended in
co~ntro~versy, saw D~el lane pick up
tlcr w runs tinethixto o>fn t

scl arP cne inteftuethn T e
dispute was whether D~el June's
catcher Sidlney Outten was out at
first or nott.
I irsthase~man Roy Rodgers, who
was respo~nbible for scoring the
Marketeers' other two runs,
collected two hits during his two
times at bart. Centre fielder Kendal
Munifoe cclec the dtor f tBi
fourth inning that drove in
lIndgers.
Ilecks B~ees, seeking to return to
their top position, take on Paradise
Island in the first game tonight at
7:00 at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Eleastic Lumber in the second game
at 9:30.


in hectic UK -soccer leagno
13y G;eoffrey Miller
LOND)ON (AP)- John 'Tudor, Newcastle striker, scored two goals
Saturday to upset title-chasing. Liverpool and keep the Engllish soccer
championship in a state of uncertainty.


Newcastle came from behind to
down Liverpool 2-1.
Arsenal drew 0-0 at Everton and
gained a point on Liverpool. Leeds
hammered Crystal Palace 4 0 and
gained twoep wih 7 oits
and two games to play. are still
favourites for the title. Arsenal have
54 points with three games to play
and Leeds have SI points with four
to come,
Norwich City won 1-0 at West
Bromwich and lefted themselves
two points clear of the bottom of
the standings.
West Bromwich and Crystal
Palace, each with 28 points and two
games left, appear Ilkely to drop to
the Second Division. Norwich have
30 points and have three games to
come
NEWCASTLE 2 LIVERPOOL 1:
When Kevin Keegan headed a goal
in the 24 minute Liverpool
appeaed wtel on t way towers
headed Newcastle level from a long
high cross by Ken Hibbitt in the
43rd minute. In the 66th minute

wi'91.-e at Tom SithN ha fie
goalkeeper lan McC'aul made a
thrilling save from Chris Lawler.
Fights broke out in the crowd and
Police hauled 42 fans out of the


EVERTON 0 ARSENAL 0:
Everton had scoring chances in the
first half, but both Mike Lyons and
Joe Harper shot wide from good
po~sitio~ns. In the second half,
a tenut ent on tCharlie G erge a
Blockley, and George put new life
into the attack. He sent in one free
kick which looked a certain winner,
but goalkeeper G~ordon West made
a brilliant save.
LEED)S 4 CRYSTAL PALACE
0: Palace's defense took a terrible
hammering. Billy Bremner sent
Leeds ahead with an overhead kick
in the sixth minute, and from then
on Leeds swarmed around the
Palace goal. Frank G~ray sent a well
placed shot into the Palace net in
the 26th minute. and Peter Lorimer
scored in the 38th mlinute to make
it 3-0 at half-time. Palace fought
back in the second half but seldom
looked like scoring. In the 78th
minute I remner providedeth~eP p
fourth goal-
TREVINO LEADS
RANCHO LA COSTA, Calif


one unde-a 7ead al d took th
$200,000 MONY Tournament of
Champions.


and on


ocUmenu~I J on~Senclruce
Tranmere 0 Oldham I
Walsall I Shrewsbury 0
Wrexham I Plymouth 2.
Division 4
Barnsley 0 Bury I
Crewe 0 Aldershot 2
G;illin halm 2 Southport o
nortanm~p nm H lepool I
Peterborough I Exeter 1


Division I
Abr nHn2 Rangers 2
Celtic 4 Arbroath 0
Dundee U 2 Kilmarnock 1
Is Fife 2MSt. loh~nstone 2

Meo hel rO eDrumbarton 2
Partick ThistleIdi Dundee I
Albion R. I Stirling Albion 1
Clyd ben OhClyd Il
Forrar I stranraer o
Montrose 2 Stenhousemuir o
Qu n of S. I Bre hno O
St. Mirren I East Stirling 3


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