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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: April 27, 1973
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If it s value you really want,
you really want Super Value!


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benIngllII rqIrementsIL'II while
these11 1s a chance Ithat at court

es\ litlcon froml thle prope~~rty.
Ilic soul beciams scinie repairs
wereC neededI repairs he
illtnnecd were the responsl~i ibilit
at te htl owners,

the~ ho~tel is pres5enth\ opera't~ingL

oc~c~upancy~ andf hotel li entce
certifica;tes.~
10 Granite didt the work. Mfr
I Fisher said, the com~pant ran!



I'het Icourt action cesntrl

lam posse s t (;io an o the
propertlct l

l1 nder .f comiipro mise~
arrangementii, untili the actionI
comes totrial n date has
l~cen \et G;ranile Is making!
wcekI) pr w~rl t(, renlt and utilities.

FOOD STORES PUT

IP THE PRICE OF

SOLDER ISLES MILK
By MIAE LOTHIANN
CITY MARKETS has raised
the retail price of Goklen Isles
milk three cents on the quart,
two cents on the half-gallon
and four cents on the gallon
because the food store chain
has been taking at loss on thle
item, general manager Gerald
Fryers said today.
( `ity Markets. Super Value
and Quality MarkeF~lt l~l hav
increased the price of1 (olden
Isles, the o~nly~ lc~all)
produced fresh whocle milk. butl
o~nly Mr. IFrryrs of c'ty
Markets could h~e c~onl3tacte for
comment.
Mr. Fryers said that as long
as his stores were selling
imported miilk the retail price
of Golden Isles was kept at a
competitively low level.
lIe said the mark-up o~n
Golden isles mitlk was
maintained at 1 1 percent, the
lowest mark-up on any dairy
product in his stores at the
time, while total operating
expenses payroll. utilities.
spoilage, ete comes to aour
15 percent.
f lowever, he said. Golden
Isles recently "asked us to help
them increase their bu'ness."
and coincidentally G~overnment
pushed up the duty on
Imported milk from ten to 20
percent, tot protect the local
p~roduc~t
"We could still sell a lot of
Amrerican milk even at the
higher pric~e." Mr. IFryers said.
"but we are trying to support
G;oldeni Isles. We have
complet ely clmlna ted
American ,niik.
"We were taking a loss on
the Golden Isles item. If we
sold nothling but mnilk and had
the same operating expenses
our stores would have been
losing money."
( ity Markts hiave increased
Golden Isles mark-up because
"we are just trying to cover olur
cost\ ''
All the mialcor focod \to~res

for 4h cents a quartI. 87 cents a
half gallon and $1.74; a allont
T'he\ anric now slling Gokkn~
Isles for 49) cenlts .r qualrt. 8[
cents a half-gallocn and 11.78i i

At Quality Musket~s the
prices are 49 Lcnts. 89 cents
and $1.79.


Friday April 27, 197 .


P i 1 5 C t


Th Tribune has lea net ad

:atering Workers' Unlcon is
seeking Labour Ministr\
assistance in demanding a list
of those employees who will
not be returning immediately,
accumulated vacation put (195
and termination pay for those
workers, and two weeks' pio
for all employees in lieu of
sufficient notice of the closurr.
This was revealed this
morning by union trustee
Thomas Bastian-
The union first learned that

"""fi"R IGC" wa od rin

Monday, Mr. Bastian sard.
while the union's contract with
the oB naas Ho Il Epor s
Vista is a member, calls for
ether tjrotwe t r notitce

weeks' salary
110 said management only ~n
Wednesday gave the workers
verbal notice that the hotel
would definitely be closing on
April 30. The union yesterday
dmn ed ana rece ved wrst n
president of Granit;
Enterprises, operators of the
hotel.
TAKE NOTICE
The letter jiid:
"Take notice that Blue Vista
Hotel's winter programme ends
April 30, 1973. Our summer
programme starts as of May 4
We are planning 140 guests
each week through the summer
by Wardair, also we have a
contract with Air Canada! for
94 pole starting June 10
1973pep g '
'The hotel will be without
guests between April 30 and
May 4. We want to lay off for
this period most of our staff
except some people in
engineering, front desk and fr
clean ng
"Fro May 4 we should
start our summer programme
For the first few weeks as w
are low booked we are willing
to have from May 4 b; much of
our staff ats is necessary to
carry on the business
According to Mr. Bastian
Mr. Fisher told the workers
that at the re-opening "20 to
30 people at most" would be
needed
"The majority of the
workers do not know whether
they are coming back to the
hotel. Many will, in effect, he
terminated on Monday because
they may not be called back.,,
Mr. Bastian said the union
has asked management for two
weeks salary in leiu of notice
and accumulated vacation pay
for those not returning
immediately
UNR%-SOLVED
*We want those people to
get all they are entitled to. As
far as termination pay and
vacation pay is concerned, Mr.
Fisher did not say anything
about what will transpire. The
matter is still unresolved
"We hope to get the
Ministry in this today. We are
asking the Ministry to assist us
in informing the company as to
the law and our contract "
Mr. Bastiarn added that in a
meeting with management
earlier this week Mr. Trevelyn
Cooper, executive secretary of
the Hotel Associaiton, advised
Mr. Fisher "that is not the
approach to take." Mr. Cotoper
is not on the island and couki
not be contacted for
confirmation
The union trustee said Mr
Fisher left for Canada
yesterday afternoon, and hotel
manager G;regory' Pre~scott was
in Eleuthera.
No spokesman for the hotel
could be contacted. Bahatmas
Telecommunications
Corporation reported the.
hotel's telephone "out of
order "
Mr. Fisher told The Tribune
on Tuesday that Granite wats
considering closing the hotel
on April 30 rather than invest
thousands of dollars to meet


ERRINGTON WATKINS SEEKS FREE LEGAL

STATUS FOR ABACO, SPURNS BLOODSHED





Abaco MP denies UK








reports of mercenaries,






H1 plRSO 10s UN

By NICKI KELLY
DESPITE PRESS STORIES TO THE CONTRARY, Marsh Harbour representative Errington Watkins, chairman
of the Council for a Free Abaco, said today his group is prepared to be part of an independent Bahamas if Abao
cannot achieve its separatist aims through legal means.
Back after a three-day visit Hlall were in London to, recruit anywhere else In the Bahamnas. matters' with him "
to London, Mr. Watkins denied mercenaries for the Abac~o "Nowhere inl any British "I a nest i
a news story by Radio cause or that he had said there press rep~orts were such recruitinarnBrills mer t nari s
Bahamnas that he and Nassau were more arms and statements attrributed to meo, for a project~ I have in mind
businessman Charles "Chuck" ammunition at Abaco than and I ami meiclngg with my Abaco? Who said it was
lawyers todayv with a vrew to AbcAlIcan tell you is
* taking legal action against that there will b~e good pay for

5~; Diplomaetic note snot to Mr qitin Mr.n~ucd Wer Bell 4ut
he would no~t co~untenanc~e N1N KN W
a e a bloodshed, but felt that every esadhneedBtos

US OVef aCtIVIlesS Of ''rdy ao wGs l mu e
the idea of' sepatratismn for as this point where they would
a a Abco. g"I can tell you though that
"It \ve fail to, wrin the C`rown they will be concerned in an
Colony Statur we wanit, then internal struggle. There would
we will jucst have to go, along be nothing illegal about it," he
e ~By MIKE LOTHIAN with independlence," hec said, told the Mlirror.
:rTHE BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT has asked the United States concehed e ofcvc tAat tewo in ad Ille adasad haet wile
Sto investigate the activities of two American citizens whose Americans attorney E:dwin with Mr. Ma ger 's
reported attempts to recruit mercenaries in Britain "might Marger and arms dearler attorney and ac osefriend;"
constitute a criminal conspiracy against persons in the Bahamas Mitchell Wer Bell both linked He added: "Usually when
and the Constitutional Goverment of the Bahamas." with the A~baco movement, somebody wants to talk about
'The diplomatic note Constitutional G~overnmecnt of were friends of long standing. revolutions they wind up
requests the U.S. "to take such the Bahamas. DEIisAL talking to me."
action as ought to be taken "The Government of the fle denied any financial Mr. Watkins said today that
under the circumstances." Bahamnas wishes to request the arrangement etithler with Mr. the remnaks by Mr. Marger and
LULt T;.urlda~y the M~irn~sty Government of the United Marger or Mr. Wer Bell, and Mr. Wer Bell were made before
of External Affairs sent the States to cause its relevant said that they were merely his arrival in London.
note through G~overnor Sir agencies to enquire into the using Iheir London In a subsequent interview
John Paul to the Foreign and conduct of these two men so connections to drum up with Mirror reporter Tom
Commonwealth Office in far as they relate to their support for A~baco in Merrin, Mr. Watkins was asked
London for forwarding to the reported activities against the anticipation of the Hlouse of if there was any connection
Umthed States Department mn people and Government of the Comimons debate on the between Mr. Wer Bell's
Wsington. Bahamas and to take such Bahamas Independence Bill- recruitment of mercenaries and
The note, released by the action as ought to be taken in The Bill is expected to come the Abaco situation,
Bahamas Information Services, the circumstances." before Parliament in four to The April 24 issue of The
read. U.S. Consul General to the five weeks. Mirror quoted the Abaco
Ilt has come to the Bahamas Moncrief J. Spear The presence in London of representative as saying that he
attention of the Bahamas told The Tribune, through his Mr. M~arger. Mr. Wer Bell and had heard Mr. Wer Bell was
Government that reports have secretary, that he had nothing Mr. Watkins drew front page recruiting mercenaries.
appeared in newspapers with to add to newspaper reports on headflines in "The Daily BEiTWEEN LINES
national circulation in the the note to his Government. Mirror." which has a "I'm not saying that they
United Kingdom, namely the "He has seen a copy of the circulation of 5 million. would be for Abaco but you
Daily Mirror and The Guardian note, but since it was sent to Under the heading "Mutiny can read between the lines," he
of April 23 and 24 Washington the reply will be in P'aradise." The Mirror told The Mirror.
respectively, of anti-Bahamian coming from there," the announced on Monday, April The same article referred to
independence activities of secretary said. 23 that mercenaries were being! a reply by Mr. Hall when asked
persons claiming to be United An amendment to the recruited in London "as Britain if there was already a stockpile
States citizens. Bahamas Penal Code, passed was warned that a revolution is of arms on Abaco.
"These news reports appear unanimously by the House of brewing on a paradise isle." "I should say there's more
under the headlines 'Mutiny in Assembly on March 31, 1971, Writer Brian llitchen said stuff tucked away there than
Paradise' in the Daily Mirror made persons convicted of the people of Abaco did not on all the other islands put
and 'Arms Dealer Here to Help participating in "military want independence from together," Mr. Hall was
Colony' in The Guardian, and operation" in the Bahamas Britain in July and it was quoted.
identify two persons as United liable to 20 years' feared that if they were forced Mr. Watkins maintained
States citizens, an attorney, imprisonment- to there would be bloodshed. today that these comments in
44-y ea r-ol d Edwin Marger The amendment said "any TIhe paper said that "two no way linked him with the
claiming to represent the person whlo collects, stores or Amneric~ans with links in Abaco recruitment of mercenaries or
( council for a Free Abaco,' and distributes explosives, firearms are in London on a secret arms hoarding at Abaco.
55-year-old Mitchell Bell, an or other offensive weapons, or mission. He denied that any arms
arms dealer. uniforms or accouterments or "One of them is 44-year-old were being stockpiled at
The G~overnment has other stores of a military EJdwin Marger, a specialist in Abaco.
further uncon filmed nature in such circumstances as international law. The other is Mr. Watkins returned to
information to the effect that to give rise to reasonable 55-year-old arms dealer Nassau last night. Mr. Hall,
lidwin Marger is a Florida suspicion that his purposeisto Mitchell Wer Bell, president of however, is still in London
attorney and Mitchell Bell the coerce the G~overnment of the Defence Systems International where support for the abaco
president of Defence Systems Bahama Islands or the I nc orp ora ted of Powder cause is said to be increasing
International Inc. of Powder government of any other Springs, Georgia. daily.
Springs, Georgia. The alleged country of the Commnonwealth BY PlIOPLE' SPLIT
Council for a Free Abaco is or the government of any Mr. Marger, who piloted his E~vidence appears to indicate
unknown to the Bahamas foreign country with which own private plane to Britain, a split among Abaconians on
Government. Her Majesty is at peace, or to told The Mirror he had been the matter of separation from
ME'RCEINARIES make or facilitate an invasion retained by the people of the Bahamas.
"The newspapers report that or an armed attack upon the Abaco. The G;reater Abaco Council,
both men arrived in the United territories of any such country 110 was quoted as saying that which originally spearheaded
Kmngdom claiming to represent of the Commonwealth or "they want to reminni totally the idea, folded up after being
mnhabitants of Abaco who want foreign state, and fails to loyal to the Queen. They do spurned by the British
to remain British, and that satisfy the Court that such was not like what is happening in government at the December
they were reportedly interested not his purpose, shall be liable the Bahamas under the constitutional talks.
in securing British mercenaries to imprisonment for a term not leadership of Premier Lynden 'The Council's leader Captain
though neither would say that exceeding 20 years." Pindling." Leonard Thompson resigned
these mercenaries would be In a press release earlier According to Mr. Marger he fromn the Opposition FN'M and
used in Abaco. Thursday the Cabinet Office was concerned that "if all legal withdrew fromt politics. A
"The Government of the said: melans fail, the islanders will number of the Council's


Bahamias wishes to bring these 'in the normal course of take~ matters in their own inembers. however.regrouped
reported activities of persons events one would have thought hands to break away from themselves under the name of
claiming to be United States that this matter (Abaaco P'indling. And that could spell The Clouncil for a Free Abaco,
citizens to the attention of the secession) had been resolved major trouble." with Mr. Watkins as chairman.
Government of the United last Decemiber, at the time of Mr. Marker told The Mirror Yesterday the G;reater
States since their activities, if the Constitutional Conference that he had had talks with Abaco Council, through its
true. might constitute a in London. when the British C'onservaltlve 1. P'. Ronald Bell spokesman Chester Thompson,
criminal conspiracy against ;overnment reftused rto give and that he had promised to disassociated itself completely
persons in the Bahamas and the Mr. (tErrington) Watkins (M.P. raise the matter in the from the activities of the latter
for Marsh Harbour) and his ( ollnunons. group and said that it was now
then supporters an official MZ~r. Mlarger wenlt on: "I aml prepared to work for the
AFI~O hearing. also mtingcljl withl several other success of an "independent and
"But, according to thle press memibers of P'arliamient to see prosperous Bahamas."
WALL PLAQUES reports. a new element hacs now wh.0l c~an he done tol keeLp Should The Free Coulncil fail
entered the "seLcessionist' Ab~c~o British." in its bid to win a
AND STATUIES picture. This is the allegation TIhe .\irror reptorted that Mir. Parliamlentary amendment
that an attorney namned Edwin Wer Bell. "who specialists inl excluding Abaco from
)Q11 ~ YIISOY CIMarger. re pres n ti n g thle de~vtloping new weapons at his independence, it plans to take
NASSAU- FREEORT < c-alled Council f'or al Iree Am ria resear ch its case to the U.Nr. where it
Ahaco, and an arms dealer establlishmlcnt, said the people will seek independence for
On Back Page of iAbaohl hd assessed 'certain Abaco-


MARSH HARBOUR M.P., ERRINGTON WATKINS
... may take legal action against Station ZNS


*io aie prlsd




iel8p YeSCO, says paper
LOS ANGELES (AP) Within weeks of the time Robert L.
Vesco gave $200.000 to President Nixon's re-election campaign,
presidential aide John D. Ehrlichman promised to help the
financier in a Lebanese business deal, the Los Angeles Times said
Friday.

un dhnetified s urces in N assitn e Times Peid n ha r
York as saying the promise was domestic affairs, told the men
made in Washington in the he would call Robert
spring of 1972, when Houghton, the second ranking
Ehrlichman met with two close diplomatic official in Beirut.
associates of Vesco, G;ilbert R. But the newspaper said it is not
J. Straub and Lawrence B. known what action, if any, he
Richardson, took.
The sources said thle 'The purpose of the call
financier's troubles with the would have been to have the
Securities and Exchange embassy give Vesco a good
Commission (SEC) were reference despite the bad
discussed openly at the publicity of the pending SEC
meeting in the executive office investigation," The Times
building next to the White quoted one source as saying*
House. "But the deal ultimately fel
Since then, the SEC has through because his reputation
charged Vesco, the employer wasn't good enough for the
of President Nixon's management and board of the
26-year-old nephew, D~onald A~. bank. The fire was never put
Nixon, Jr., in a civil suit with out."
looting $224 million fromr Reached by telephone in
Investors Overseas Se~rvice~s, Lebanon late Thursday night,
Ltd., a Geneva-based financial Hloughton denied receiving a
empire. call from Ehrlichman himself
A campaign contribution of but left unclear whether he felt
$200,000 cash was returned to pressure through other
Vesco by the Nixon committee channels, The Times said.
on Jan. 31, 1973, but the The Times added that the
donation is being investigated embassy became involved in
by a federal grand jury for Intra Bank when the bank
possible federal campaign law declared bankruptcy in 1966
violations. while owing 21 million dollars
The Times said the 1972 to Commodity Credit Corp., a
meeting involved an appeal to U. S. government agency.
Ehrlichman for help in Straub was described by The
improving Vesco's image in Times as a friend of Donald
Lebanon so he could take over Nixon's father and the
Intra Bank, one of the Middle President's older brother,
East's largest. Edward Nixon. One source said


Straub was instrumental in
introducing the President's
nephew to Vesco, the
newspaper said.
TWO-DAY HOLIDAYS
FOR INDEPENDENCE
~ifHE INDEPENDENCE
Secretariat has announced
that Ju~ly 10 and 11 will be
observed as public holidays to
celebrate Independence Day on
July 10. the Government
Information Services reported
to day.
ESSAY WINNERS
IIARRY BAIN of R. M'
Bailey Senior Hiigh and Patrice
Miller of Queen's College
have been judged the winners
of the Chamber of Commerce
essay' conte~st. The subject of
the essay contest was "The role
of the Chambetr of Commerce
int an independent Bahama."
I hei two winners will receive
their prices Saturday night
d u ri ng the Cha mber's
1)istinguishe~d C'itizen Awards
Banluet.
FUNERAL SERVICE
ft \IR 1 se~rvicers for Enos
Bain, a student of Williom
G;ordon Primtary Sc~hool. who
died in a traffic accident on
April '1. will be held at tle
chapel o~f D~emerit te's Funeral
Hlome. Market and Mcilton
Streets, at 30 p.m.

EQUITY SEMINAR
SI:NATOR) the Hlon. O. A.
Turnquest, Attorney at Law.
\\illi address the Bahamas Llw
Students' Association in a
Semninar on Fquity at 10 a.m.
tomorrow in the Supreme
Court Buildiine.


MR. GEORGE Russell, 57,
died at his home in Sears
Addition at 3:40 p~m
yesterday of bronchial
pneumonia. He had been ill
since December.
Mr. Russell who had been a
warehouse supervisor at Super
Value foodstore up to the tllme
of his death, was aI radio
operator with Hhms
TelIe co mm u n i ca t 1ons
Corporation for ab~cut 20
years. He left BaTel(co about
15 years ago and returnedl to
his home at Hiope To~wn,
Abaco. He came bac~k to
Nassau two years ag,.
His body will be fon(,~ to
Hope Town on Sunda~y
morning for burial that
afternoon. All his Ilrnllyh in
Nassau will fly. to Hlopt. inwn l
for the funeral,
ie is survived byhis parent'r.
Mr. and Mrs. Hfarriso~n liRussell
of H~ope Town, luis wvif.
Anthea. two sons by his first
marriage. Basil atnd 1)and l
Russell. four children h>~ his
second wife. Betty. J;1ck.
Victoria and Pamnela. lour
grandchildren three bro~thers.
Alan and Willie Russell of
Hope Town. and Theotdore
Russell of the Flocrida Kel~.
three sisters, Mrs. Ir
Sweeting of Nassau. Mrs. IEdith
Roberts of Hiope Town. anrd
Mrs. Dan Albury of` Nassal.
Mr. Russell's f~ilrt wife~.
Myrtle, predeceased himn about
20 years ago. Hie married tle
former Anthen Kempr of
Nassau about 17 scars ago.


gast***j~d w Ith orofhams orpost atlne cnsions within the ashamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


. LXX, No. 131


HOTEL IHIGHQ SEEK( MINISTER

ASSISTANCE OVER DISMISSALS



so to 7o el., Vista



hotel staff are to




he put out of work
By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE Il4-ROOM BLUE VISTA HOTEL on Cable Beach will
close Monday for four days. and when it re-opens next Friday
only a third or less of the present 96 emplioyees will be re-hired,





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COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION

NORM AN MANLEY LASW SCHOOL

MONA CAMPUS, U.W.I.
JAMAICA

ADMISSION OF STUDENTS
October, 1973.



i pp ications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for
admission in October, 1973 to the Norman Manley Law School,
Jam aica.

2. The Legal Education Certificate will be awarded by the Council to
candidates on satisfactory completion of a course of study ad
pro essional training over a period of two years and will render the
holder eligible to be enrolled as a legal practitioner in any of the par
ticipating! territories.

Details of Courses and Qualifications

3. PerSons holding the LL.B. degree of the U.W.1. or any acceptable
equivalent from an approved University or Institution shall be eligible
to apply for admission. Full particulars of the qualifications re luired
fo et ad details f core 'eaalbe nrqet nure
shorl e ea dressed soothe Re ssrr, ,Co clb ofLgale eduain r.
Box 231, Mona Kingston 7, Jamaica.

4. Application forms are available from the Registrar, or from the office of.
the Dean, Faculty of Law, U.W.I., Cave Hill, Barbados. Application
forms should be completed in duplicate.

5. The closing date for the recipt of applications is 30th April, 19)73.


CORDOBA, ARGENTINA
(AP) Leftist guerrillas
kidnapped a high-ranking police
officer Wednesday, forcing him
to surrender by pointing a
pistol at his son's head.
Lt. Col. Jacobo Nasif, 46,
wounded one of the attackers
before dropping his revolver to
save his son's life. He was then
forced into his own car by the
kidnapers and driven away.
Minutes later, a patrol car
arrived and in the confusion
the police fired at the son and
a brother of the victim but
neither was hit.
The guerrillas spray-painted
the initials ERP on Nasif's
house before fleeing, thus
identifying themselves as
members of the Trotskyite
People's Revolutionary army.
Another ERP cell is holding
captive retired Adm. Francisco
Aleman, Sl, who was kidnapped
from his apartment in
downtown Buenos Aires April
1. ERP communiques have
declared Aleman will be tried
by a 'revolutionary court' for
his participation in the military
government
Two days after Aleman was
abducted, guerrillas tried to
seize army chief Hector
Iribarr~en in Cordoba but when
he resisted they shot and killed
him. His assailants were
identified as members of the
Montoneros, a pro-Peronist
guerrilla band.
DEMANDS, BUT -
kiThe incre singly daring
kinpings col trigger serious
political reaction. Only 29 days
r de ntbefore Peronist
Campora is to be sworn in. The
armed forces, which have ruled
Argentina since 1966, are
demanding a stiff
condemnation of terrorism by
the new President, but he has
refused to comply.
Several of the guerrilla
organizations are Peronist, and
campora has pledged to grant
an ample amnesty law.
The Peoples Revolutionary
Army, apparently the best
organized of the guerrilla
groups, announced this month
that Aleman is being
' prosecuted by a
'revolutionary court'. The
organization said that although
it will respect President-elect
Campora, it will not cease its
campaign' against the
armed forces and the oligarchy'
even after the coming Peronist
government is installed.
The Revolutionary Army
and other g u errilla
organizations have staged more
than 10 kidnapings this year,
mainly of exeuctives of foreign
firms. They collected some
$4.5 million in ransom from
two U. S. firms and one British
company.
The terrorist campaign has
also included attacks against
military buildings.


White House sources said
Wednesday Kissinger and The
were expected to meet in Paris
in mid-May to discuss the
non-observance of the peace
agreement they negotiated in
secret sessions here between
October and January.
NOT CERTAIN
Without directly denying the
White Hiouse report, the North
Vietnamese sources indicated
that a new Kissinger-Tho
meeting is by no means certain
and depends largely on the
preliminary talks opening here
Friday between Sullivan and
Nguyen Co Thach. Sullivan

RENEWED CHARGES OF
ARMY BRUTALITY
eBEL.YAST R(AP)n Leadarsr dof
community today renewed charg~s
of British army brutality against
civilians.
sTh accusations ragakst timtarny
Defense Committee adds to British
fears that Catholics may boycott
upcoming local government and
province ial assmbly elections.

QUEEN'S PRESS SPOKESMAN
A MAN LIBBERS ANGRY
LOND)ON, APRIL 25 (AP)- A
woman has the totp job at
Buckingham P'alace, but women's
tibbers are angry because yet
another man hlas breen named
Queen CElizabeth's chief press
spokesman.
When the job became vacant last
week, television sports reporter
mental Allibun wsr chann our
in the Palace press office folr 15
yea'hat joh, say Paince ofnficiJs
breaking into a hot embharracssed
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Friday April 27, 1973.


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TAI EVASIONl

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A
year-long probe that took
federal agents around the
world has culminated in :ht
indictment charging eight
persons with tax and drug law
violations.
Among those arrested was
Augustus Owsley Stanley III,
37, of California, once known
as the "King of LSD." He is
charged with income tax
evasion in one count of the
indictments issued Wednesday.
U.S. attorney James L.
Browning Jr. said the Internal
Revenue Service and the
bureau of narcotics and
dangerous drugs, along with
U.S. customs, the California
bureau of narcotics
enforcement and other
agncies took part in the
pobe p
Federal agents travelled
extensively within the United
States as well as to France,
Afghanistan, Costa Rica,
Mexico City, Belgium and
Honduras, Browning said.
The indictment specifically
charges LSD was made at a
Edsulaboratr concealed nt
Rosa north of here. It also
mentions laboratories in San
Fanci ,d;Wavre,eBelgium; St.

The indictment also alleges
one of the persons indicted
met with drug cultist Timothy
Leary and members of the
Brotherhood of Eternal Love
on a ranch at Idyllwild, Calif.,
in July of 1968. There, the
indictment claims, samples of
LSD were distributed.
It also describes a meeting in
May 1968 when two
defendants met with Hells
Angel members in Oakland,
Calif., and agreed to sell all of
the hallucinogenic drug which
they produced to the
moto rcy cle club. T he
indictment alleges safety
deposit boxes were rented to
store and conceal illicit drugs,
property was rented to store
chemicals and lab equipment,
and thatdfutuis were transferred

Swit erlando and sTHI:
BAHAMAS. l
Stanley is accused of
attempted income tax evasion
by failing to file returns in
1967 and 1968. He is alleged
to owe $87,368 taxes on
income of $145,541 in 1967,
and taxes of $54,808 on
income of $93,470 in 1969.
Stanley was convicted in
October 1969 on federal
charges of manufacturing and
possession of LSD and was
sentenced to three years in
prison. He was paroled in June
1972.


EHRLICHMAN LINKED WITHVYESCODISPTE
LO)S ANGEILES (AP) The name of White House adviser John
Ehrlicchmass has now been linked with the Vesco controversy. Financier
Robert Vesco is reported under investigation because of a possible link
between his large contributions to the Nixon campaign last year and his
troubles with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The "Los Angeles
Tmls heot toma tha pw bh weeks of one bige Vesco contribution'
Sources are quoted as saying Vesco's troubles with the S-E-C: were
discussed openly at the meeting. It reportedly took place in the spring or
1972 In the executive office building, next door to the White House.(e
sIo E STORY PAG;E ONE)
THREE PAPERS LINK EHRLICHMAN TO WATERGATE CASE
WASH1IN;TO)N (AP) --Three other newspapers link Erhrilchman to a
new aspect of the Watergate scandal today. The "Washington Post," "New
zYork T~ime anti 'New lYork r~l Nestrm e ra ds mht the safe of White Hlouse consultant Howard Hunt after Hunt was arrested
inl the Watterpate case last June. G;ray then reported burned the documents.
IEhrlichman has issued a statement saying he was present when D~ean
gae (;ay unte documnts naslutth as th dpd not know what they were

JEB MAGRUDER RESIGNS FROM COMMERCE DEFI.
WASHLING;TON J eb Margruder has resigned as policy planning director
If ah (mi rte fi nptment dMa uder' is the firstdresignation of a high
Hie served as number-two man in the Nixon re-election campaign last
year. There have been reports he has implicated others and been
implicated himself -in olannina the bugging of the Demorcratic
headquarters. (* SI:E STORY PAGEF 2)
ARAB INFILTRATORS CAPTURED BY ISRAELI PATROL
TErL AVIV (AP) An Israeli army patrol captured five Arab guerrillas
infiltrating frm Syriar Into Israeli-held territory Thursday, the Military
T~he guerrillas, carrying Russian-made Kalashnikov AK47 assault rifles
and hand grenades, told interrogators they were on a mission with the
'knowledge and approval of the Syrian army,' a spokesman claimed.
It was the third incident on the occupied Giolan Heights of Syria this
week.
74.1% WANT PREMIER MEIR TO CONTINUE IN OFFICE
again in < cAPfer Lhnews pe~r Harlrt repe o ay. Mrs Merdsto riun
had no, immediate comment.
Ior the past two years the 74-year-old premier has been saving she
would like to retire, but mother leaders of the ruling Labour party fear no
go erally aceptuhl su cessorrcan be found. Haaretzdp blished a pubud
Mrs. Melt to remain on the job.
ISRAEL PROTESTS TRANSFER OF PLANES TO EGYPT
JERUSALEM (AP') -- foreign Minister Abbar Eban said Thursday Is9rael
gave F`rance 'incontestable proof' that some of the warplanes It sold ~ibya
are in Ergypt, and that Jerusalem had supplied dates of transfer, and the
nam:. of the airport where they landed in Egypt.
the tor sthe e numn r, thk dates ona whc hee we t t nranse r
- most important of all the precise place in Egypt where they are to be
found,' Ebain said,
Her was addressing a news conference the same day the F~rench cabinet
w te beiscuss israeltiT potest ,v toe aled tr is Tr garf tetMiruge
enemy.


R1ESIGHTISA


II WAKIE OF


WATERGATE E

WASHINGTON (AP) -
Jeb Stuart Magrader, former
deputy director of the Nixon
reelection campaign who has
been linked in news reports to
the Watergate bugging, has
resigned as assistant secretary
of the Commerce Department,
his attorney said Thursday
night.
Magruder, according to news
accounts, has told federal
prosecutors that former
Attorney General John N.
Mitchell and White House
Counsel John W. Dean III
approved and help plan the
Watergate bugging operation.
Magruder, considered a
protege of White House Chief
of Staff H. R. Haldeman, also
reportedly accused Mitchell
and Dean of arranging pay-offs
to buy silence from the men
accused of the Watergate raid.
But one of the men
originally convicted in the
conspiracy, James W. McCord
Jr., has testified that he was
told by convicted Watergate
conspirator G. Gordon Liddy
that Magruder himself was the
one who planned the operation
with Mitchell, Dean and Liddy.
ADMISSION
For his part, Mitchell has
said publicly that bugging
discussions were held in his
presence in advance of the
Watergate raid, but he insists
he attempted to veto them.
News reports have quoted
Mitchell as saying privately
that Magruder and Liddy were
the men who suggested the
idea.
Magruder's resignation from
the Commerce Department was
disclosed by his lawyer, James
J. Bierbower. Asked for an
elaboration, Bierbower said:
"There will be none."
Bierbower has said that his
client would testify voluntarily
before the Watergate grand
jury "when called."


NI[XON TO TOUR AREA


Flood losses now



top $200 million
By the Associated Pasis
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER and its tributatries speed mer sono
land Thunrsdy, with officials o seven states estimatting that mom
than 10.4 million cnre are under water whde damages to crops
and businesss will exceed $200 million.


PARIS TALKS HIT SNAG


N.Vietnamese say


8861Bngton must


mak KOcoR cOsioR 8

By Michael Goldsmith
PARIS, APRIL 27 (AP) U. S. and North Vietnamese
representatives open talks in Paris today amid indications
Washington may have to make concessions to rarrage another
meeting between Henry A. Kissinger and Le Duc Tho.


Millions of acres of farm
land, from Quincy, Ill., to the
Mississippi's mouth at the Gulf
of Mexico, have been flooded,
with the latest crisis touched
off by new rains laist week on
top of earlier heavy spring
downpours. In Louisiana alone,
the U. S. Army Corps of
Engineers estimated that 12
per cent of the state was under
water.
It was the worst flooding in
the recorded history of many
of the hard-hit areas. At St.
Louis, the Massissippi reached a
record high early Thursday and
was expected to rise another
two feet by Saturday to a crest
of 43.5 feet
10,000 HOMELESS
Up to 10,000 persons were
reported homeless. Damage
estimates included from $100
million in Louisiana alone, and
$50 million each in Illinois and
Missouri.
In Washington, the White
House indicated President
Nixon was considering an aerial
tour of flood-ravaged areas
today when he is scheduled to
fly to Meridian, Miss., to
participate in ceremonies at a
naval air station.
The crest of the Mississippi
swept past Quincy, Ill.,
Thursday, but officials
reported the serious threat to
levees continued.
To the south, the Missouri
topped a levee about 15 miles
above its confluence with the
Mississippi. The Army Corp of
Engineers said the break could
allow the Missouri to cut a new
channel to the Mississippi and
converge upstream from Alton'
Ill.
"If this happens, it could get
pretty tough for Alton, a
Corps spokesman said.

Officials Dad Hhey didn't
know if such a new
cnverngence would occur. "Wse
on. The situation has now gone
beyond all experience," said a
National Weather Service
official.
The rain-swollen Missouri
punched holes in 92 Central
Missouri levees including one
near St. Louis that forced the
evacuation of 600 mobile
home res id ents at
Boschertown .
Two more people were
reported drowned, in Missouri
and Illinois, raising the death
toll from the flooding to a least
10.
The long-term effects
depended to a large extent on
future rainfall.


William Sullivan, U. S.
Aleputy assistant secretary of
state, and lIsnoi's Nguyen (`o
T~hach began talks today on the
much-violated cease-fire in
Vietnam
Officials in Washington said
Wednesday this would be a
preliminary to talks in
mid-May between President
Nixon's national security
adviser and the North
Vietnamese politburo member
with whoml he worked out the
cease-fire agreement.
flowever, North Vietnamese
sources hinted that Tho would
not return to Paris unless
Washington agreed to, resume
the clearing of U. S. mines
fromt North Vietnamese waters
and discussions of U. S.
economic aid to Hlanoi. The
sources also said the United
States should display more
concern about South
Vietnamnese violations of the
cease-fire.
NO C'OMMI NT
American officials had no
comment.
Sullivan and Thach are
expected to meet for several
days.
President Nixon halted the
minesweeping operations and
the aid talks last week after
accusing the North Vietnamese
of' persistent violations of the
cease-fire, particularly by the
movement of large numbers of
troops and quantities of
military supplies down the flo
C'hi Minh trail to South
Vietnam.
The United States is
committed by the cease-fire
agreement to the mine-clearinS
adt economic ond andN rnth
action as a violation of the
agern Hanoi has not yet
formally agreed to a meeting in
Paris between presidential
security a adviser Hlenry
Kis singer and Politburo
member Le Due Tho, sources
close to the North Vietnamese
delegation claimed Thursday.
The sources hinted that
American agreement to resume
economic aid talks and
continue de-mining North
Vietnamese waters may be the
price Washington would have
to offer in exchange for a new
Kissinger-Tho meeting,


arrived -from Washington early
Thursday but refused to make
any statement on his talks with
Trhach, due to open in a
Comlmunist-owned villa in
suburban Choisy-le-Roi and
expected to continue for
several days. .
Diplomatic sources noted
that while the Sullivan-Thach
meetings were announced
simultaneously by both sides,
there was no such
announcement concerning the
Kiissinger-Tho review of the
Jan. 2?7 peace agreement.
All previous Kissinger-Tho
meetings have either been held
in complete secrecy, or have
been an nounced
simultaneously by the White
Louse and North Vietnam.
ONLY IF
North Vietnamese sources
indicated that Le Duc Tho
would probably make the long
journey to Paris only if
Washington showed a
willingness to resume the
de-mining of North Vietnamese
harbours and to return to the
economic aid talks broken off
last week.
In addition, sources said, the
United States should display
more active concern about
violations of the cease fire
agreement by the Saigon
government.
The United S states maintains
thtisN~orth Viet mh and
s stematically flouted th
agreement si ce the day tte w
signed


OUTFLOW OF TEN BILLI Nb DodAR s-wdoto h ntd
States in thle first three months of 1973, a leading New York hank said
'Thursday.
It was the second highest quarterly deficit ever recorded and was
v siteidn wth th dlmronetary turmoil which led to the Feb. 12
Morgan G;uaranty Trust C:o. says the figure is based on preliminary data
alnd that "information on specific transactions still is fragmentary."
MAJOR STRIKE ON JAPAN'S STATE-RUN RAILWAY
TOKYO (AP') A nationwide strike began on the Japanese state-run
railway at midnight Thursday. Japan's train services are expected to come
topa timiatting n teda2-h r Iakout are some 230,000 members of the
I< motive Engineers' Union. The engineers left their jobs midnight
The strike described by labour unions as the widest transportation
stoppage ever staged in Japan, will reach its climax at dawn Friday if and
when private railway workers, including subway employees join the two
stre ntanteioptal rI edit t Te wage dispute between the unions and the
government have ended in failure but mediators said they will resume their
efforts F'riday morning.
MASSIVE WASTAGE BY NATO MEMBERS CHARGED
BRUSSEL, bELG;IUM (APr) A western government has estimated that
the United States and other members of the North Atlantic Treaty
Ogardzationeare wasting over a billion dollar a year by not cooperating on
Officials at NATO headquarters here said they could not disclose which
of the 1 5 member governments made the estimate.
te t @m em ampl ofte aas the competition in andtiantk eaveons. A
Franmce, have come up with similar models. They are now trying to sell
them to the others.
Larger members, including the United States, are making a new effort to
convincemsmaller one spo ijsentrat olrsoneedurns anm wnounce othb"'
countries by NATO officials.
.GUERILLAS DRESSED AS SOLDIERS KILL FIVE IN MEXICO
ACAI'ULCO, MEXICO, April 27 (AP) Mexican D~efense Minister
H~ermenegildo Cuenca 1)iaz flew Thursday to an isolated vilinge in G;uerrero
State to investigate the deaths of five farmers shot in the back Wednesday
n pcdlor dressed pnassidina thorities that 60 men in military
uniforms entered the village of Los iltoucillos where he lives at 7:30 a.m.
Wednesday, forced five men from their homes and shot theml In the back in
Pi fiell. Auhrte 70 te vi t te bo les. Some 3s families live in Los
Cuencn D~iar said the men whot attacked the village were members of a
group led by Lucio ('abunas, at known guerrilla leader who has claimed
responsibility for kidnapping in the area. ('uence Diaz said the men used
uniforms they stole mn an ambush on an army patrol in June 1972 when 18
So use Attr e Oneral tranciso Roman estimated the number of men
who attacked the village at 30. The five dead included two old men and
three youths, two of them 17 years ldJ and one 18.
The shootings enme only a day after the army initiated a massive search
fr eaanabyin thte mountains of this Pacic Cast state.w shethanh wa
kd apedi tarh 7. Her was (soun shot tomde th in th same area after th
Cabanas.
WORLD'S LARGEST HYDROELECTRIC PLANT
its IIIA (Al n were h bu .9ca' ai country .frazl an one .
Thursday for the construction of the world's latrget hydroelectric planrt.
The two nations' Forreign Ministers signed documents forming a joint
company to build Itaipu D~am across the Paralna river where it forms their
common border.
Brazil and Palrauauy had been planning this project for years. The dam
will generate 10 million kilo~watts of pow' er and will cost 2 billion dollars.
It will be loa~tetd a few miles upriver frolm famous Iguazu IFalls.
There has been talk that the U. S. government, the World Bank, the
Soviet Union and even rich\ Arab private groups all want to finance thle
huge undertaking.
Paraguayan President Alfredo Stroessner climaxed a two-day state visit
here by signing a joint statement with Presdt~nt E~mtiio G. Medici of Bruxil.
Brazil assumed ample responsibility for pushing the future development
of Paraguay, an impoverished, landlocked nation of 2 million people.
Brazil, which has a prospering economy and 100 million inhabitants,
specifically agreed to finance Paraguay's half of the 100million dollar
funding capital of the dam-building company.
NORWAY'S DECISION HAILED AS GREATT BOOST'
HARTLEIPOOL, ENGLAND (AP) Norway's decision to pump North
Sea oil ashore by pipeline to the Teesside region in North-Eastern England
was helled Friday by local development officials. "We are absolutely
delighted,' said Arthur Barker, DeOVelopfment Offic rt for Hartlepoo~l, one of
the industrial towns which form Teessde,
The Nomrwegn decision c~omei when Teesside unemployment isrunnling
at lst unr ten per cent which Is more than double the average for Britain
Barker said 2,000 new jobs will be created on the construction of the oil
pipeline and the storage complex. After construction there will be 300
permanent jobs, he said.
'It Is a great boost for the area and should have a spin-off in attracting
other industtrie,' Barker said.
GRANNY OF 'BEVERLY HILLBILLIE3S' DIES AT 70
SANTA MONI1CA. CALIF., April 27 (AP) Irene Kyan, known to
snillions of televbishu viewers as G;ranny of the "Beverly Hillhillies," died
Thursday at St. John's Hospital here after suffering a stro~ke. She was 70.
equeaII ge,9,4 Snd FO ICSIN IHPErR N au
left ThursdaY night for Madritd to meet with his mentor, fotrme~r 'resident
Jua~n D. Peron.
Cam SOrs and a Ibroalsedomnatted partlement are to take office May
"*K~t In hi kuu1cd Mut Pron are expected to be serlertdon ofl a
cabinet, des continuing power struggle between m~derates anld mitlitalnlt"
widgen th sprawlngI Prcuels movemnrtl, yuerrrilla groups andt terrorisl.
uan InW oymnesal head da wi* hed *as -ranb anne forces.s ifii
tnI WednesdaY night for meetings with P'eron,


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By James E. Walters
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon met for a second time
Wednesday with a lawyer retained by two of his aides to
represent them in the Watergate wiretapping case, the White
House said today.


Presidential press secretary
Ronald L. Ziegler said the
lawyer, John J. Wilson, then
presumably met today with the
two aides, H. R. Haldeman and
John D. Ehrlichman.
Ziegler also denied flatly a
report that the President had
asked former Secretary of
Defense Melvin R. Laird to joir
the White House staff to direct
a re-organization. A source
close to Laird also denied
Wednesday that such an offer
had been made. Laird himself
has said he isn't available for
such a task.
Ziegler said that neither the
President nor anyone acting on
his authority had approached
anyone with the aim of
recruiting them to replace
present staff members of direct
any housecleaning.
The Laird report follows a
similar S re tat Nixon had

William P. Rogers to undertake
a housecleaning of the

deen seie bf s cs coeha t
Rogers.
Ziegler said Nixon had mt
with Wilson for 45 minutes


Wednesday to solicit his
"perspectives and analysis" on
the Watergate case. Nixon met
for an hour with Wilson last
Thursday at their first meeting
on the: matter.
Today, as Ziegler spoke,
newsmen noted that Wilson's
automobile was parked in the
White H~ouse driveway. Ziegler
said Wilson wasn't seeing
Nixon but presumably was
seeing Haldeman and
Ehrlichman.
Ziegler said he will continue
a basic policy of refusing to
answer most questions about
the Watergate affair, and that
he had been advised to do so
by Asst. Atty. G. H. Henry E
Petersen, who is heading a
presidential inquiry into the
scandal.
Also today Powell Moore, a
former public information
spokesman a er tei bixon
capaig apperdi
offices of federal prosecutors.
The Watergate grand jury
met id thebrnorning, dit eitcume y
determined if Moore testified,
or merely met with
prosecutors


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Friday April 27, 1973.


EDFITORIAL


In the name of freedom


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
ON MAY 29, 1850 Theodore Parker made a speech at an
Anti-Slavery Convention in Boston in which he said that "a
democracy, thatt i, a g ernmen uof allay thepolbyt cl t

principles of eternal justice, the unchanging law of God; for
shortness' sake, Iwill eall it the idea of freedom".
In their search for freedom down the ages, men have
experimented with many forms of government. It is now believed
that democracy, with all its defects, is the best form of
government because it gives the people themselves .. for good or
for ill ...the right to shape their own destiny.
WVlhen you look out on the cockeyed world today you may be
inclined to wonder how good democracy is. But, as bad as It may
appear to be in action, even the most cursory study of other
forms of government shows dht de ocracyllS the best, provided
freedom of speech is youchsafe to te people.
*+*+**
The world is topsy-turvy today largely because, during this
century, most of the props that gave strength and security to free
people have been knocked away. Curiously enough, all this has
been done in the name of freedom.
******
It is really amazing the measure of stability the small island of
Britain gave to society when it controlled a vast Empire.
In most of the countries controlled by Britain, the British
government represented a steadying force between irreconcilably
conflicting elements.
There was peace in India, Africa and other large and small
countries governed by Britain because the small unit of British
officials in these areas held the balance of power and not only
kept warring elements at peace but got them working happily
together as a united family under the broad umbrella of British
Justice.
*+*****
Since British control has been removed there have been
explosions all over the world as people, who formerly lived
happily together, clash under a new formula of freedom in which,
in many cases, justice has no part.
Even Prime Minister Pindling recognizes this fact. He has
openly declared that he must build up a strong internal force to
guard against insurrection after independence. The reason for this
precautionary measure, he said, is that other newly "free"
countries had experienced mntemnal trouble after gaining
their freedoml ,4

A recent nlews despatch from Cyprus stated that three Bishops
of the Greek Orthodox Church had defrocked Archbishop
Makarios, Prime Minister of this island nation. Their excuse was
that he was involved in politics. The real reason is that the
Archbishop has departed from the original objectives of Greek
Cypriots when they fought for freedom from Britain and an
alliance with Greece.
The Archbishop was associated with General George Grivas in
the fight for an alliance with Greece. The General headed the
underground forces in the island that disrupted the British
government there.
The General expected to be Prime Minister but the Archbishop
snatched the prize from him. Now they are rivals'
**+***


I1311~BP~e~lAI~I~


So the G;overnment must do originally $6.95 now $4.64
something to see that this is Red, white and blue striped
done and further, to see that (glasses were $2.95 each now

tmd ea tt th tRegsr ae Colo rful Liquere bottle was
turned in forthiwith.I know $4.95, now $3.30.
one undertaker who never (IDecorative oar with six mugs,
turns in a dealth record and one I ~ 1l dc~lY~\ 6 was $34.95, now $23.30.
has all the hell in the world to
get an affidavit from him
saying that he has buried I
someone on a certain date.
This matter should be
lo~oked into forthwith. Ol5 / d fashioned'
E. J. B. FARQUHARSON whiskey barrel on
Nassau, dtnd.W deSn8. 95,nw $93. I
March 27.no $199
UNESCO MAN
ADVISING ZNS
MR. HUGH Cholmondeley, The Gift Department
project director in the mass Bay Street.
communications division of
UNESCO, arrived in Nassau on
Tuesday to conduct a week of
seminars for section heads at
Radio Bahamas.


ALLENDE; TRYING TO IMPOSE MARXISM?
SANTIAGO, CHILE (AP) Thousands of high school students cut
classes in Santiago and took to the streets Thursday morning to protest a
plan dc I'e den sSalyao Alhlende's Leftist administration to reorganize
More than 1to.ooo students were believed involved in the one-day strike
wih affected high schools, polytechnical institutes and vocational
sche striking students organized demonstrations in the downtown area
ad clashed frequently with police. T'he centre of the city was flooded with
Atea least a dozen demornstrators were reported injured and several dozens
more were arrested.
Strike leaders claim that Allende's plan to reorganize education by
xeunive order is aimed at imposing Marxist ideology in both public and

The reason for America's entry into this war was to preserve
the independence of non-Communist South Vietnam
America could have won this war. She failed because of the
fact that America has not learned that wars are fought to oe won
. and that a drawn conflict is only a postponement of a bigger
and bloodier day. One of the major contributing factors to the
failure were the activities of anti-war elements in the nation. In
the name of freedom these people were allowed to run wild. Even
Congress declared that it would sto~p voting money for the war if
President Nixon didn't make peace!
These do-gooders were in effect the most active allies of the
Communists. Why should the Communists feel the need to make
peace with a divided nation? Returning prisoners of war
themselves say that the war was prolonged by the anti-war
elements in the nation.
President Nixon has declared that he has made peace with
honour. Maybe so. But the Commies claim that they have won
the war.
Certainly they have won the war if Henry Kissinger, the
Amnerican peace-maker, has been correctly quoted by the Press as
saying in a TV interview that the United States would not be
opposed to a peaceful and democratic takeover by the
Communists of all of Vietnam.
If the purpose of this war was not to check the advance of
Communism in the world .. what in the hell was it all about
anyway?
******
In addition to all this .. President Nixon now wants to pour
$2%J BILLION into North Vietnam to rebuild the nation and put
it solidly on its feet. It is clear that dear old Uncle Sam is still
Eiving under the illusion that friends can be bought.
When will he learn a lesson from experience?
After the second world war the U. S. poured billions of dollars
into rebuilding Germany and Japan. These nations started this
destructive war and almost succeeded in carrying out their plan to
enslave the free people of the world.
The result of American largesse is that Germany and Japan .
and especially Japan with its cheap labour market . .are pushing
American goods out of th~e markets of the world. This condition
has produced an unfavourable balance of trade . .inflation .
and a deflated Almighty dollar which, during this financial crisis,
had to depend on Germany and Japan for help!
Right now America is in a tight financial situation but still she
is planning to give $2K BILLION to a hostile people and thereby
build up another cheap labour market to compete with American
enterprise!
All in the name of freedom.
******
Must say that the Americans are an extraordinary people. 1
hate to have to admit it . .but the English are almost as stupid.
How the heavily over-taxed British and American people can
sit down docilely and accept this kind of thing from their
governments is beyond my understanding.
******
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Democracy is on trial in the world, on a more colossal scale
than ever before.
-CHARLES DOLE
*+*****
Democracy is only an experiment in government, and it has the
obvious disadvantage of merely counting votes instead of
weighing them.
-WILLIAM INGE
******
Democracy mecans simply the bludgeoning of the people by the
people for the people.
-OSCAR WILDE


Friday April 27, 1973.


3


ARCH BISHOP FU LTON
SHEEN, who has been in
Nassau this week to conduct a
retreat for priests and religious
at St. Augustine's Monastery,
was entertained at a reception

Tuesday negh edier Hhlf


preached the Holy Hour service
at St. Francis Xavier's
Cathedral. Mrs. Jane Davis Silas
(left) baked a special cake for
the archrbishop. Seen from left
to right are Mrs. Silas,
ArnchbsDoavis an~dh shop I u


Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B.
Archbishop Sheen is a noted
writer and radio and television
personality. He returned to
New York today on his way to
California where he has several
engagements tP fip ymnet


EDITOR, The Trribune,
Ido not know who is the
Minister in charge of the

thee is th Ite ister,B h
should look into the matter of
the many undertakers.
Have good reason to
believe that miany of the
undertakers do not record the
deaths of many people, and it
is very important to have
deaths certificate in many
cases.
I have known people to have
died as far back as in 1958
and buried insthis country and

undertakers who bury these
people and yet when you go
into the Registry you cannot


find any record of the death.
And on many occasions when
One goes to check with the
undertaker, he forms o u
money, therecfo~re he did not
record the death certificate.
All of the undertakers
shoulld be called in and be
restricted to record all deaths,
or let it he done from the
hospital. What is important is
when one goes to do an
administration to get some
land straight or an estate
sit ait rt iay instances the
found.


My wife and I visited Nicosia and drove around the island a few
years ago.
Eighty percent of the island's population are Greeks, 20
percent Turks. They live in different areas. The dividing line
between the two groups is policed by a U.N. peacekeeping force,
mostly Canadians.
As soon as a visitor crosses the Greek line and enters the
Turkish zone he realizes that the Turkish minority are an
underprivileged group in the nation.
At the time Britain agreed to move out of the island Greece
and Turkey almost went to war over the proposal that Cyprus
should be annexed to Greece.
War was averted by the present arrangement whereby the
resident Greeks rule the island and take the plums for themselves,
while the U.N. bears the expense and burden of maintaining a
foreign military force on the island to keep an uncertain peace.
It now appears that since the Archbishop has been Prime
Minister he has realized the danger for Greece of open conflict
with Turkey, a potentially stronger nation, and so he opposes an
balance with Greece while General Grivas and the Bishops in his
Lwn church gnaw at his heels.
There is no possible chance of peace ever being restored to this
once well-run and orderly island under British rule.
This is the new freedom!
+*+****


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Known as "Woodstar", this house was built with absolute


in mind and sits on approximately one-and-one-half


luxury
acres.


Outdoor dining area, games
and film room.


The reception rooms are
elegantly designed and of
generous dimensions and the
beau iful kitc n and stadf su
expert domestic assistance.
No expense has been spared in
the landscaping and attention
given to the delightful, tropical
exterior garden of the estate,
fronting onto Poinciana Drive.
The interior patio contains a
magnificent, free: rm
swimming pool and is a


secluded and Arcadian retreat
full of bright flowers and
wealthy contentment.
bdrroms atere b hoem
marble fitted with sunken bath.
enormous fitted wardrobes.
Master Bedroom suite has
private patio. Fully equipped
luxury kitchen. Large white
glazed swimming pool in
sculptured shady patio with 21'
x 15' fully air-conditioned
barbeque bar.


A similar condition exists in Ireland today.
Britain is trying to hold the line between the warring religious
elements.
The time may come when she will feel that the situation is so
Hopeless that she should withdraw and let the Irish settle their
own disputes.
When that day comes .. it will mean civil war and wholesale
slaughter, such as has been experienced in India, Pakistan, Africa
anld othdr areas.
And all this is being done in the name of freedom!
What it really amounts to is licence to a small ruling group to
destroy free institutions and to deprive unthinking people of
berties that they had enjoyed so long they had grown to take
them for granted.
They will only recognize their error after they have lost their
freedoms. Then it is too late.
*I****
The approach of the American government to the peace
settlement in Vietnam is interesting ... if confusing.
frAmerica has made a peace with the Communists that has
_enabled Uncle Sam to withdraw from the longest and colstliest
-~war in that nation's history.


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G~i son 730 p.m., Prime
Minister's Reception; 11 p.m.
State Balls (3 locations) HRH
t ted.
to nesday, July I Ith 4 a.m.
Independence Junkanoo
Prd 5 am HRH to attend;
10 a.m. HRH Departs; 3 p.m.
Float Parade.


F:PAR LIAMENTAR Y
;i secretary for the Independence
Secretariat George Smith,
~M.P. on Wednesday made
public the programme of
e vents to ce le brate
Independence. Following is the
Sprogramme.
July 4th, Wednesday
Wednesday, July 4th, p.m.
National Pool Championships
finals (A. F. Adderley High
School Auditorium).
Thursday, July 5th, a.m.
:y cling Championships
(Amlateur and Professional)
and Independence Regatta.
Friday. July 6th, 10 a.m.
IR eenence Gae= ue
Elizabeth Sports Centre; p.m. 4
Police Vessels escort H.R.H.
Ship into harbour
accompanied by flotilla of
lohal e ass 4.0 unm HR
lands Royal Salute; HRH
inspects a Guard of Honour;
HIRH walks to welcoming
ceremony in Rawson Square;
Royal Drive to Government
House; 6.20 p.m. Arrival of
H~Ril at Independence Games
QE Sports Centre; 9.30 p.m.
Foclklore Show HRH to
attend.

day r Ideped ennceRegatta

Mamah sShi Meet; 11 m.
Members of the Cabinet Call
on HIRH- at Government House;
I ber~nment House fre Pess ts
meet IIRH; 12.45 3 p.m.
IIRil on board local yacht
view ClassP A race, Meet the
Presentation of State Delegates
to Royal Visitor at
Government House; 8.30 --10
p.m., followed by Receptior),
Government House Grounds;
7.30 p.m. National All Star
Baseball Game -Queen
illizabeth Sp orts Centre.
National Day of Prayer
Sunday, July 8th, 10 a.m.
Ecumenical Service Clifford
Parkom 5 .m. Opening of
Jumnbey Villa~ge 8 p.m.

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from Miami; Skyward, Mardi
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IsSAILED TODAY: Skyward, _
itlrdil Gra's for Miam'i
ARRIVING TOMORROW.
Tropic Flyer from West Palm
Beach; Bahama Star, Flavia,
Emerald Seas from Miami '
SAILING TOMORROW:
Toic Flyer for West Palm


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Low 8:47 a.m. and 9:18
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LITTLE MONIQUE COOPER receives the keys for her
1973 Dodge Polaral car from Mrs. Marina Glinton, chairman
of the 1973 Red Cross Raffle Committee. Monique won the
car last Friday at the Red Cross Buffet Dinner Dance at
the Central Highway Inn. Sharing her happy moment are
(from left to right) Mrs. Lottle Tynes director of the
Bahamas Branch of the British Red Cross, and Monique's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper of Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera. The car was donated by Mr. Alexis Nihon.
PHOTO: Howard Glass
NATIONAL DART COMPETITION

f olAN arna iona trderdaarmitt e wwib sel cm d t
competition. organize and run the
D~art players who are dart-throwing competition
interested in joining this The competition will be held
competition are asked to at the new Arawak auditorium,
attend a meeting to beheld at Farrington Road, OakesField
Fox Brothers Furniture Store, The date and time will be
Dowewcl Stetudyl n~nell


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Minister and Leader of the
Opposition; 11 a.m. Prime
Minister to receive visiting
State Representatives and
Diplomats (Prime Minister's
Office); I 1.45 a.m. Reception
Government House; 3 p.m.
Parade of Clivic, Cultural and
Labour Organizations; 5 p.m.
Youth Rally and
Demonstration; 6 p.m. Clifford


Presentation; 11.15 p.m. HRH
arrives Clifford Park Bahamas
Christian Council Short Prayer
Service.
Tuesday July 10th, 12.01
a.m. Flag Raising Ceremony
Fireworks display; 10 a.m.
Rawson Square: Presentation
of Constitutional Instruments
by HRH. Queen's message read
by HRH. Reply by Prime


Community Choir Singing -
Nassau Botanical Gardens.
Monday, July 9th, 10 a.m.
Laying corner stone of Central
Bank .HRH to officiate and
then to visit Police College; I
p.m. Lunch hosted by
President of the Senate and Mr.
Speaker --HRH Guest of
Honour; 10 p.mn. Tattoo,
Musical and Cultural


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Germlin, 18.0 miles per alloa,
Javelln, 12.7; Ambassdor, I1.2
CHRYSLER CORP. Vai~ant,
17.9; Charger, 12.20; Satellite, 9.4:
Fury, 9.7; Imperalr, 9.2.
F;ORD MOTOR CORP. Pinto,
21.4; Maverick, 15.1; Mercury, 7.7;
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designed to duplicate a stretch of
driving in Los Angeles. including
stops and starts with little
high-speed travel.
Here are some sample gas mileage
figures for selected makes included
in the EPA release --figures for the
first model on each domestic auto
maker and the first three models
ho the

D)ETROIT (AP)- If the U.S
environmental protection agency
hats its way, consumers may be able
to find out the gas mileage of
automobiles the same way they can
tell the contents of a can of soup -
from the label.
The EPA released mileage figures
for some 450 different 1973 car
models Wednesday and said it
nonul Ico tinue to do so on an
The agency, which has been
critical of high fuel consumption by
new cars, described the move as "a
first step toward establishing a
;:::::,oy ns:':. ..3,:!!'"
Although Wednesday's move
may' be a landmark in federal
rgulat on of th cuuo industry, t
Asu eexpected, they showed heavy


cars and those equipped with
automatic transmissons use more
gas than lighter models and cars
with manual trnnsmissions,
Lighter cars ike the Ford Pinto,
the Chevrolet Vega and the Toyota
allI got about 20 miles to the gallon
when equipped with manual
tratnsmissions. The three models
each weigh about 2,000 pounds.
po odels weightn uapbo t 5,00
automatic transmissions got only
eight or nine miles a gallon. These
included the C'hrysler imperial, the
Mercury and the Oldsmobile.
.Thr stastctwer blase in tet
Ann Arbo~r. The cars were run for
23 lminutesdn mo etar( machn
sYnthesizes urban driving
coe itonnamometer test run is


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BAY & MARKET STS.


SPROMOT10N j
MR. HERBIE STYLES
(ABOVE) has recently been
named assistant manager of the
I att Emeraldh each H tl

background in the hotel
industry having worked at the
Statler Hilton in New York
City and the Treasure Cay
Hotel and Villas in Treasure
Cay, Abaco.


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Maid of month
A PLEASANT ATTITUDE
SQualities such as a pleasant
rng theanhon ur, <1 id ti
the Month," to Mrs. Sylvia
Arty from the Hyatt Emerald
Beach Hotel. Mrs. Harty has
been with the hotel for five
years.


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1970 TOYOTA Green, Good Mileage
1970 TRIUMPH Blue, Stick Shift
1971 PONTIAC VENTURA II Yellow, Good Condition
1971 VEGA STATIONWAGON Green, Good Condition
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU Very Clean
1969 FORD GALAXIE Blue, Reconditioned
1971 CHEVY VEGA COUPE Green, Automatic
1972 CHEVY VEGA SEDAN Air Conditioned
1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Good
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA Like New
1969 CHEVY CAMARO Red, Automatic
1972 DODGE AVENGER Like New
1971 SINGER VOGUE White, Radio, Automatic
1973 DODGE POLARA Light Blue, Automatic
1971 FORD CORTINA Green, Like New
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I'm o nervous and upset and have no one to talk to. Help
me. YOUNG M(FrBR
DEAR MOTHFER: Take the baby to a pedistriela for a
ther e namintats to determine whether he has suffered
hlaernal injries. Y es would fgke hages agalast Caro for
abasin year chld, bt yea weald have to prove it, wLek
wald be virtually laposble. Next time, leave year baby
only with eae you re su re er can rus.

hat Dw c ids. My prlm mis am hsa b p

wit ai tF3 The boh w ntedba shg ot bu hi tl
didn't. The wife herself suggetstd that HE take me. My
husband told me to go ahead, so I went. I hadn't been out
In p db a thuma I npsd at dth chad Sme wa

Sah a tou~sat my friends what they thought of
(Ada and one said, "Yo'ire hacky to have mach a under-
aai husand."
Anotber sraki, "Anry man who lets his wife go out wth
another man can't love her. He must be seeing another
woma*"
What is your opinion? And do you see anything wrong
with what I did? BEWILDERED
DEAR BEE: I'd agree with the first fdead. [P. 8. As
secssonl alkt eat with yea brother la law Is aB right'
but dea't makeL a habit of it.]
DEAR ABBY: Two yar s ao I had a chdd u at
wedlock. Because I was pregnant, unable to workt, and
unrmarid, I tiled for pube akLd. After the baby came I was
advised to file a paternity suit against Roy, the baby's
father. Roy admitted ptrnmity, and the court ordered him
to pay me child support every month, which he does.
Roy is metrr~yla a girl who Hyves abou s mae~s away.
He says his tiancee kno nombing about Ise ctlkl and be
has no intentions of telino her. i think he shouM. The child
carries Roy's last nae and f anything should happen to
me, he would have to take the child. Roy is 3 yars oMd,
mases a very good tlving, and this will be his first mar
rage.
Wouki I be out of line to let Roy's flaans know about
oat chilt If I were in M place, P'd want someone to teb

meDEAR CONSIDERING: Teal Roy be N GanuF
*ar and kiddlag himrret itl hi he rn eas keep tMs
illegitimate e~id a sert from Ms wife faorevr. I weeMl
set tell the gil, bt I weald advise yes to arge Roy to
befea the~ il


GRADUATES
PHILIP Anthony Simon,
(left) 20-yearmld son of Mr.,
and Mrs. Joseph P. Simon of
Nassau, has graduated from.
Miami Dade Community
College wvith honours in public
relations.
Mr. Simon plans to further.
his studies at Bentley College,.
Boston, Mass. He attended`
Eastern Secondary School and .
'Prince Williams High School. in
Nassau.




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DEARp ABBY Irda amy o diorcd wvthd so o motedo son
Tim y.g Lastb weeke my bosi Ty triedIvted e toha go1 to
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pCalrol. Crrr arl has r no & et m, M~s m &
tb allt y bray in d he yane brotdhenrs nsses oI
thuhtn cmy baby woud bet ingod hands u im
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Starts Saturday Night 8:30 "THE OBLONG
Sunday Matinees srtst at 1:4S BOX" PG.PtrFlkLU
WHATE THE PER SAW" R. Vincent Price
Brit Ekland Mark Lester Chrlatopher Lee

S"SOLDIER BLUE" R.pLS 1PI PLUS Late Feature
Candice Begn Petr Strus Satrda night.m


SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE STARTS AT 2:00

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FUNERAL eRvi es fo S,.
Ellen Louise Babb of Augusta
Street will be held Sunday at
5:30 p.m. at Bethel Baptist
Church, Meeting Street
The funeral procession will
leave Sweeting's Colonial
Mortuary, Baillou Hill Road at
5 p.m. for the church-
Services will be conducted
by the Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown
and burial will be in the church
cemetery.
husM ndB bres snd bed r c
daughter Dorothy; two
sisters, G~eraldine and Charlotte
Fernander; one aunt; 33
grandch il dre n; 6 7
great-grandchildren and one
great-great grandchild.




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Street, Nassau
on the ul nng o ay SE d
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Rev. Fr. Preston Moss will
perform the ceremony.
The bride-to-be is on the
staff of The Bank Of Boston
International and Mr. Missick is
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* MUSIC FOR DANCING AND LISTENING TO

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for reservations


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


BAY &~ DEV(EAUX ST.


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Trade Winds Ba* & Lounge

Paradise Island


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SUNDAY PORTRATS

TOOGOODS..

OPEN SUNDAY
FROM 2 to 5

Esp~ecialy for the


/ooq( ON THE WATER~FR~O~NT
r~runEat of the Bidge -- Phone 54641


P.O. BOX N1108 PHONE 5-5521

NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
SAVINGS ASSURANCE PLAN POLICIES:

ANCHOR UNIT TRUST PRKERS


PROPERTY TAX FOR THE YEAR 1973 -

DUE ON 1st JANUARY, 1973.



The attention of the public is drawn to the fact that the statutory
surcharge prescribed by Section 15 of the Real Property Tax Act 1969 is
now being added to all unpaid balances of Property Tax for 1973, other than

hse Im tsaxpay rs who have previously elected to pay by quarterly


Notices stating the amount of the additional charge and the new balance
payable will be issued towards the end of April and, for those persons with
post boxes, will be forwarded to the Post Office for distribution. Those
persons, without post boxes are requested to collect their notices at the
Public Treasury, Churchill Building. All such notices, which have not been
collected by 7th1 May, will be placed in general delivery mail.

PAYMENT BY QUARTERLY INSTALMENTS


The Act provides that an intention to pay by quarterly instalments shall
be indicated by the making of at least one quarterly payment on or before
date on which the annual tax falls due. Those taxpayers who exercised this
option and who have post boxes should have already received a
notice reminding them that the second quarterly instalment of tax became
payable on Ist April, 1973, and stating the amount due.


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"MOy airt IS bener, fastr and cheaper to London.


IF if WOSn' t moI Odn E be fmy airlin~t?


P Will any other person (depositor, shareholder or other creditor) who considers
that he has a valid claim against the company which has not been formally
admitted by me as liquidator also contact me at the above address.
SYDNEY MORRIS,
Liquidator.




AlEARED


ON PTE MS IFCL OrMMIAIN ofM cd

crd t to ra~l~ ~ lai the mar th i h bu Mn


Intenrntional arena, and indeed in most top-~l evel ttinr
but the farct that ii itr racist ch u n bompubetiin'
Brklge players preda es somamod raurnkw ad fgieofRbbr


b~rplS~l


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ided, naturally conveyed that very useful
h a 6-card suit, informationd to that particular
far wrong in pair, as it oes to many pairs.
at sage.But North now knew that his
be no further partner held only two cards in
the red suits, and he himself
not undly held the Ace of each!
Diamond bid, Furthermore, with the opening
th was thrown bdode sadsdi ch etwe~ena te
Sof doubt and tW hadhsJc fSae
ldn't rebid his and his Queen of Clubs were
des, and if he invaluable finessing, material.
to the 4 level So he went straight to 6 Clubs'
partner might thereby taking the strain off
led Diamonds. South, who might have
able about the thought about it, but could
pa d2 o ~sca celty bid itahimself wn
and West sat dummy's Ace. The Queen of
re acrimonious Clubs was led, covered by East
inducted by and South, and trumps were
~drawn. Now dete rer Acntereod
table, a more dmy va te Aeo
ir held the Diamonds, and ran the Jack of
rds, and the Spades. As you see, it makes
ce took place: no difference whether East
W N covers with the King or not. If
he does, South can pull down
pas 4 H ti k() fEaat efluosses toconow
pass 6 C West wins, but then South can
pass drop hast's King on the lead of
is longer suit the Ace.
d the Hearts, An enterprising and well-bid
North bid slam, resulting in a plus score
ast passed. But of 1,370 to go with the plus
ie in with a score of 200 made by
North knew East-West at the other table,
were working. who, of course, belonged to
about slam the same team. R


insinifian. ....e rm
iplcto rport has any
bearing in fact.
I feel that the general public
deserves an explanation
without undue delay.
CYRIL RICHARDSON
Nassau, N.P.
April 26, 1973.


stragh fo ard Bu give s c
a player this hand:
none
A J10 8 7
A Q10 84 2
J 3
and all sorts of problems arise.
To start with, he would reject
the idea of opening with his
longer suit and then bidding
Hearts, because that would be
reversing, and therefore
showing a stronger hand than
he actually holds. So he would
bid 1 Heart, hoping that
partner is considerate enough
to respond 1 Spade so that he
can then bid Diamonds. But


partner, with King and a small
card in each red suit, insists on
giving him preference in a suit
he doesn't prefer. He finishes
in 4 Hearts, gets forced with
successive Spade leads, loses
control of trumps, and goes
ignominiously down, while aS
Diamond contact was cold all
the time
In daalmewc match, a hane
was da wi l to tw<
very different results, and th'
difference was directly)


EDI`R The Tr un ,
If my memory serves me
correctly I recall that not so
long ago the Prime Minister,
the tlon. L.. O. Pindling.
assured us that the Abacg
secessionists had withdrawn
their protest.
And now I hear over the
government's radio station
ZNS that Mr. Errington
Watkins, M.P. for the Marsh
Itarbour, Abaco district, is in
London pursuing the case for
the secessionists.
While this in itself is
disturbing enough, it fades into


Britih Airusays


doubleton, decj
enough, that witl
he could not go
bidding it at th
there were to
stages!
East was
depressed by the
and passed. Soul
into a maelstrom
anxiety. He could
thin-looking Spai
launched out inl
with a Club bid,
repeat his wretch
So, feeling miser;

stugedM ha 1nt
and then East
back to enjoy th
post-mortem cc
North and South
At the other
enlightened pa
North-South car
following sequen


attributable to the manner in
which a tw suitor wats
handled. One South player
balked at the idea of bidding a
6 5-card Spade suit, while the
other had shed that inhibition
years ago. At Game All, East
was the dealer.
J 3
A 63
A 7 54
Q 7 32


The type of player who
regardsitassa inagainst nature
to MdHeatrt in front of
Spades, or Clubs mn front of
Diamonds, or a minor in front
of mo rould be happy

QJ 9 S4 2
K Q 10 64


He would open a Heart
and over the expected black
suit response would
contentedly bid his Diamonds.
With this hand:
A Q 10 952
A83

he would open 1 Spade, and be
ready to spring his Diamonds


K 10 52


A 10 9 7 6


K 8
QJ87 4
8 2


A J10 94 2
At the first table, the
bidding took this sorry course:
E S W N'
I H IS 2 H 3 D
pass pass(!) pass
After the Heart opening on
his right, South felt the need to
contest the auction, but felt
the safest way to do so was to
come in with a Spade bid.
Then, if he got the chance
afterwards, he could show his
Clubs. West was able to dredge
up minimum support for
Hearts, and North, unwilling to
support Spades with a


E S

pass 3
pass 4 S
pass pass
South bid


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AS OF APrIlL 25thr., 1973

OFFERED PRICE ..................51.34
BID PRICE.......................~~~~~~~ $1.37
YIELDING.................................30


first, West raise
and as before
Diamonds and E;
now South cam
Spade bid, and
that all his cards
He enquired


.M .ame is Gerry Smith. I'm
with BOAC in reservations. I'm proud
of my airline. Here are just some of
the reasons why.
"You want to fly to London? My
airline will fly you there every day
but Monday, aboard our very special


VC10's. And we'll get you there hours
faster than any other airline.
"You want a comfortable flight?
My airl ine takes off from here i n the
evening, and after a relaxing night's
sleep, you'll arrive in England the
following morning.


"You want to go to Europe? My
airline has 747 service to London
from nearby Miami beginning May 6th.
"You want all the facts? Ask the
people who know my airl ine as wel l
as I do. Our Travel Agents. They'll
tell you "


BOAC-British Airways, Boy e Building, Bay Street, Nassau. Tel: 2-8600 and International Credit
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Bank Building, West Mall, Freeport. Tel: 2-9622


Adderley, Deann Gardiner, James A.
Adderley, Hilton Gardiner, Patrick
Adderley, Percy George, Daniel
Albury, Mildred
Argistave, Mavis
Arnet, MrshaHamilton, Sandra
Hanna, Franklyn
Hepburn, Moiah
Bain, Alfred Hinsey, Joel
~Bain, Viols L.
Basden, E. C.
Bethel, Barbara Jack, William
Brown, Lawrence Johnson, Arlington
Burrows, Dorothy Johnson, Dorothy
Johnson, George, H.
Johnson, Sidney
Capron, Cyril E. Johnson, Vincent
Clarke, Norms L.
Coakley, Rudolph
Collie, Emerald Lewis, Leroy
Cox, David H* Lewis, WIiim G.
Cunningham, Paul Lightbourne, Evelyn
Lightbourne, Leroy
Lightbourne, Mildred
Davis, Allan Lightbourne, Raymond
Davis, James Lockhart, Dorothy
Davlis, GOtten
Davis, Pulett
De Costs, Errol McCartney, James
Deleveaux, Emerald McNeil, Matthew
Miller, Gloria
Missick, Howard R.
Ferguson, Althes Moncur, Isadora
Ferguson, Freddle Mosko, Jerry
Ferguson,Judy
Ferguson, Norman
Ferguson, Ted Palmer, Shirity
Fowler, Evelyn Pearlygate Singers
Penn, Winston A.
Poitier, Oswald
Galtor, Mirlam D. Politlr, Richard
Gardiner, Bernice Pratt, William V.
Gardiner, Cornellus &/or Myrtis


Rahming, Courtney
Rolle, Harold
Rolle, Leo
Rolle, Sylvia
Rose, Cecil A.
Rose, Maxwell


Satchell, Mavis
Saunders, Bellmae
Sawyer, Louisa A.
Scavella, George
Scott, Lisa Ann
Simpson, Charles


Smith, Alfred
Smith, Leona
Smith, Orthnlel M.
Smith, Oswald
Smith, Ron
Smith, Theophilus
Strachan, Ernest
Stubbs, Almond Leslie
Stubbs, Rosalind
Sturrup, Edric G.


Taylor, Anthony
Tarylor, Victoria
Thompson, Edward
Thompson, George H.
Thompson, Marina
Thompson, Michael McArthur
Thompson, Milton
Thompson, Wellington Jack
Toote, Roslyn L.
Tornebladh, Iris
Tucker, George


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THE TWO-SUITIER' HANG


WNTS XPL NATION


We'll take good care of you.


TRADERS BANK & TRUST LIMITED

[IN COM)PULSOR Y LIQUIDATION)


Will the following persons kindly contact the Liquidator, Second Floor,
Bernard Sunley Building, P. O. Box 1491, Telephone 2-1976, in connection with
claims which they may have against the company.





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C9596
CAPABLE reliable gardener.
Eastern Road. Call 22113.
C9597
FIRST CLASS COOK/General
Maid and a capable General
Maid Eastern Road. Must
either sleep on premises or
provide own transportation.
Good references essential. Call
22113.
C9602
ATTRACTIVE position
available for a young lady with
a wo king knowrkkledge of the
securities markets. Banking
experience ta asset al h ug
com rnensu rate with
experience. For an
appointment telephone Mrs. B.
Knowles at 21690.


M9N5A GERI AL couple
required for food, beverage and
housekeeping departments of
Out Island hotel. Applicants
must have qualifications or
previous experience in similar
fields. Must be willing to
relocate in Out Islands. Salary
negotiable. Apply Green Turtle
Club, Green Turtle Cay.

TRADE SERVICES
C9506

ISLAND TV SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"

TVo atn Boter
Sales & Service
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327
Monday Satuirda 8.30 t
5.30 a y o

C9299
PATIO AWN INGS ANT'
CARPORTS
HU RRICANE AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS,

John S. GeorAN LCo. Ltd.,
SFer ir ae 8aels 2n~d p ompt


C95;91
1966 CORVAIR automatic
excellent mechanical
condition rotten exterior.
$200. No reasonable offer
refused. 77162.

C9592
1969 TOVOTA CORONA
automatic very reliable.
Owner leaving island. Phone
77162.

FOR SAILE
C9584
CONTENTS OF HOUSE any
evnn~gafter 7p.m., phone
7-7 7

C9311
1 CONVE RTIBSLE COUCH
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250 Ib. trunk food freezer
Call 77947.

C9559
SECRETARIAL and Executive
desks, chairs, two and four
drawers filing cabinets, desk,
accessory bookcase, Burroughs
posting machine complete with
stand. Call 27612.

C9593
MOTOR CYCLES, Hondas 70
c.c. and Harley Davidson 150
c.c. Call 7-7885-

C9594
HONDA Motor Cycle Model
ST 70 1972. Excellent
cnit on.C Iecently 2s viced.

nights 52520.
C9606
BUMPER -5TIC KER S;
POSTER S; DECAL S;
QUALITY SIGNS in dozens, in
hundreds, in thousands. Truck
signs a specialty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel



SoDISCaOUNoTrPR CErSby

Ourbest sale v alues.

MOTHERS DAY GIFTS
GRADUATION DAY GIFTS
FATHE RS DAY GI FTS
oml tese Sand more Sales
t romo dr Mns enstoc at


C9310
LARGE ONE BEDROOh
apartment, nicely furnished
$250 per month.Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9608
2 BEDROOM HOUSE in
completely enclosed property.
Phone 23 709 and 34881.
C9603
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, andhalso
town property for sale. Pone
2-2555
C9492
FULLY airconditioned 2
bedroom aparZ .S n -

e-8n7 eavk fnerrMr. Pritch rd

C9622
END HOUSE available 1st May
at Delaporte Point. B$675.00
per month. Long term lease
will be considered. Telephone
Dorothy L. Atwood, at
2-8763, Monday to Friday 9
till 5.
C9619
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment. Fully furnished and
equipped, shag carpet
throughout, swimming pool
and beach privileges. $500 per
month. Yearly lease. Please
contact 2-1841-2 day;. 2-8248
evenings.


C96BEDROOM 2 bath
Jpar 9en. Fully fu nii ec an

and beach privileges. $400 per
month. Yearly lease. Please
contact 2-1841-2 days. 2-8248
evenings.


Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MF.CHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELt /E RY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
SSTECL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LY MAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PH~ONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C9523
BUSINESSMEN, Homeowners.
trash and garbage accurn ating
atyST Rm STATION
Trash and
Garbage Disposal
Phone 55191
P. O. Box N3343
Contract and job
lot cleaning.

C9317
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters,
for homes. apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Dourglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
Dext to Frank's Plnce.


LOST
C9604
FnEMe LE toDALM.A iAN

3255le Aenue. Reward.


C9613
'FOR SALE
Unfurnished 2 bedroom 1 bath
house. Located Nassau Village.
Co tat Edward Taylor

C9576 '
FOR SALE
OUT EAST on the
waterfront. Have house,
furnished 3 bedrooms 2/2
baths only $100,000.00

CORAL DRIVE GROVE -
Corner plot with large house.
Furn shaed ven anSauna bath.


SITAMARINAusa BEACH
bedrooms 2 baths, testefully
furnished -- enclosed fruited
grounds maids quarters
im aula~te ocwonnditniong wse

for 55,000.00
Substantial mortgage available

FOURS BEDROOPMSioa
landscaped grounds
2-car-garage on two lots of

nely buit Id fofru la
0000y. wner will sell for

HIGHLAND PARK -- have 3
bedrooms 2 baths, furnished
for $55,000.00 with
substantial mortgage. Come see
and be surprised,

HOUSE VILLAGE ROAD -
newly painted only $36,000.00
with $10,000.00 down balance
$26,000.00 mortgage at 10%
Monthly $353.61. Best deal of
Sthe year.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
'22305, 22307 NITE 41197.

F;OR RENT
C9522
3 BEDROOM house Seabreeze
Estates with stove and
refrigerator. Phone 5-1703.
C9308
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
.Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
re7-20jy, mple parking.


2 BDROOM apartment, Tall
~Pines Colony, Gladstone Road,
Water Included. Contact C. B.
Moss 55191.


C9600
A CHARITABLE or anization
re uires an Executive
Secretary, who has the ability
to organize and is willing to
contribute to the various
services, Preferably 30 years
and over, a competitive salary.
Telephone 2-2454 or 2 4640
between the hours of 9 a.m. -
5 p.m.
C9614
BANK CLERK. Swiss Bank
Corporation (Overseas)
Limited, Nassau, requires the
srvices oat a bnk e~mpl s e

exp rit dhand enner l

Bahamians only to apply in
writing to: P. O. Box N757
Nassau, or call for an
appointment at telephone
2-7570 (Mr. Naef).
C9601


de ahrtie Ts perio eg
have full knowledge of kitchen
and be able to take charge in
Chef's absence. Reply tor Ca)-

BenaclV sta St tion, Mia *
Florida 33137

C9615

KNROEALLOLMOTNED
Applications are invited for the
psntiat of MAssistant
BOAdM nstion Manager wi h
The post is located in Nassau at
the International headquarters
of 'the Bank with
responsibilities covering all the
Bank's branches and offices
located in Central and South
America.
Candidates should have had
several yea rs practical
experience of organisation and
methods as a senior project
them leader as well as being
skilled in computer techniques,
preferably in relation to
banking operations in Latin
America.
Applicants should send a
curriculum vitae to the
Prsne 12 2 agr Blam, P.


C9553 EAD
SUPERI OR HOUSE MI
seeks position in private
household. For last fifteen
years employed by Mr. and
os mHmehn Wrigh r whaos
hardworking reliable, and
thoroughly honest. Available
June 1st. Telephone 77854
mornings only.


IIELP WANTED
C9561
ALBURY'S RADIO and, T.V.
Company requires yofing lady
to take care of shop. Must be
able to type. Phone after five
3-5291.


eCUdTIVE SE RrETARn
Responsible for general
administration of offices,
handling correspondence and
purchase oes s h Mut obe al
to use dictaphone an~d be
capable typist. Some
knowledge of accounting and
sttsIIa Myping svse n a.
for interview.
C9564
AN EXPERIENCED person
with a full knowledge of the
handling of investments on an
international level especially
with regard to securities
publicly trades and direct
placement. The person must
also have experience of
it national rtoinvestdme t

required to act as Consultant
s tbaun kions and toh r
administration of loan and
other a crit portfolio. T e
extensive experience of the
business in these fields and
must have a minimum of ten

aR P O. Bx8 N322A, pl saon


21 foot Barcone fibregiass
fisherman with 115 b.p
Evinrude 5 h.p. auxifliary
and motor in excellent
condition. $3600.00

Now have good associates who
know freight and cargo shallow
draft boats. Let us know your
requirements.

AT THE DIVE SHOp

SCUBA CLASS starts May
13th. Individual attention,
nationally re cognised
certification. Small classes, so
call FRAN now at 24869.

NEW STOCK, Divers Knives, a
complete selection, Belt
forged Leg Knives and a new
Fish Skinning Knife.

Full stock of parts and
accessories for skin aand scuba
gear. Overhaul now for the
summer season. Authorised
repair service at NASSAU'S
COMPLETE DIVE SHOP

P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 2-4869



C9560
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. announces the arrival of
1 97 3 Worid Bo ok
Dncti dropedaia Childer ,
Immediate delivery. Also
desktop and pocket calculators
and a wdenrcang of mtal al r


09610
WerLon THEtacFOBLOW N

Estt atN HtepMn C23921: -
MR. JACOB DAVIS
MR. JOY THOMPSON
Mr. GEORGE JOSEPH.


P. O. Box F-797, Freeport,
G.B.

3 TRNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
SCVrJ r5C, ieSc fr Charter d
their Freeport office
iucdes x el artdid jri will b
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
eeo. t, BO.mBox F-2415'


C9589
BEDROOM SET double

drw s, twm irrghtcht ble ,
double bed with bookcase
headboard.
DANISH LIVING ROOM SET
2 six foot couches, 2 chairs,
2 end tables.

DINING ROOM SET Table,
6 chairs, buffet & glass hutch.

WICKER BAR SET -- bar 2
bar stools, 2 chairs, d uble
chair, coffee table ,

CEILING FANS 1 large, 1
small.

AUTOMATIC WASHER
plus assorted smaller items.

PHONE 3-1025 after 5:30 p.m.
daily or weekends.
C9612
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
1 Living Room Suite
1 T.V. Set
Miscellaneous Items.
Telephone 5-2272.

C9625
MISCELLANEOUS BABY
FUR ITURE

Stroller
High Chair
Rocking Chair etc.

Telephone 2-2763 day 5-3801
night.

C9548
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
MUST MOVE BY MAY 1.
King size Bedroom Set!

Dresser & Mirror
Headboard'
Gas Stove,

Li mgrom, Couch
End Tables
Lamps & Love Seat.
Call 55124 after 6 p.m.
Come by, and make an offer.


MRINE SUPPLIES
C9309
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C9590

r I o h~p Sa I n i


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


C9529
3otBEOROOMent le Baareh
beautifully furnished,
reasonable rental. Contact:
DAVESON'S REAL ESTATE
Phones 2-1178 or 5-5408.

C 7S4H WATER unlimited
Ava..able immediately secluded
stone two bedroom cottage
furnished. Private estate
western edge Nassau. Phone
Owner 5-7224 evenings.
0C3306
ONE EXTRA large two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra larg9 one bedroom
apartment. With large living
f rdnisdining Vl orsica oT
Apartment bteonn Shi abao

Bay Street. Facilities, phone
laundry, parking T.V. antenna'
airconditioned. Phone 54631'
Asetween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


t aEDtR M eAtPAR MENoT
third bedroom or study, living
room, kitchen, breakfast room,

private patio, private beach,
sp~any closets and cupboards, 2
airconditioners. Furnished, No
pets. Only $325.00 per month.
******* * *
LARGE one bedroom
alpartment out East with
over-size bedroom, large living
toom, bathroom, kitchen, walk
l closets, utility, private patio,
beach rights. Furnished. No
pets. $275.00 per month.
'elephone: Chester Thompson,
$45777. 4.2035 evenings.


A9V6 LABLE immediately



Two bedrooms and sleeping
porch, two baths, maid's room,
children's swimming pool

grua s,fretele tsi nvvereaej
stone architecture, both gas
and automatic electric
cooking, laundry marine.
Convenient airport, beaches
shopping, $300 monthclu eS
oien mabn dshs aPh nienowner
5-7224.
C9620
UNIQUE RENTAL penthouse
apartment, overlooking Nassau
Harbour and Paradise Island. 3
bedroom, study, large lounge,
breakfast room, dining room,
bar and kitchen, working
kitchen with dishwasher, fullY
airconditioned, island ceiling,
fans in lounge, shag carpeting
throughout, 4 bathrooms, plus
maid's bathroom. Available
June 1st. Long term or short
ter m. Furni she d or
unfurnished. Please contact
2-1841 days and 2-8248
evenings.


CIRS FOR SAILE

C 1N FORD SPORTS Curstom
Camper/Pickup Trurck -
Standard Shift Excellent
Condition $2600.00. Phone
5-5124.

C96 CHEVY NOVA 2 door
One Owner In Good
condition, radio, new tyres, for
Information Call T. Malone
24921 or 53859.


C9588
IRWIN 24' f ibregiass sailboat,
sleeps four, 5 sails, outboard
Sportyak dinghy.$94,750 o.n.o.
Call 7-4168 or 7-4063.
C9599
SAILING ,DINGHY sixteen
feet fibre rass, safe foam
flotation, good sails, trailer
with winch. Leaving island.
Phone 3-2658 after 6.


C9567

OOBUEDH, MF RMELRALUS O
WEST WARD VI LLAS
PLEASE CONTACT THE
BAHAMASS HOUOMANAS
SOCIETY AS SON
POSS BLE.


INI MEMORIAL
C9617
IN SAD, but loving memory of
our Mother, Grandmother, and
great-grandrflother, Mrs. Vera
Marie McKenzie who departed
this life on 28th April 1969.
Left to mourn: Six daughters
Mrs. Hazel Moncur, Mrs.
Winifred Mallory, Miss Lovinia
McKenzie, Mrs. Eva Roache
Mrs. Vera Maycock and Mrs'
Ketr nan aCartwrit Kone z n
grand-chi~ldren and
great-grandchildren.

C9626













i-I

in loving memory of our dear
son, brother and husband
William Lamm who departed
this life April 26th 1971.
Safe in the arms of Jesus
Safe on his gentle breast
There by his love o'er

Sw'eetldowdsoul shanl rest.
Left to mourn: Parents Mr. &
Mrs. Arginal Lamm, six
brothers, three sisters, wife
Elsie Lamm, one daughter, 2
so s and a host of relatives and


BOPPB TESS
C9455
WELL ESTABLISHED SHOE:
STORE on Collins Avenue.
Financing available. Telephone
31295 evenings. Write P. O.
Box 6104 E. S. Nassau,
Bahamas.

WANTED
C9575
HOUSES from $25,000.00 to
$60,000.00 We have clients
waiting. Phone or come in to
list them with us. Damianos
Realty. DIAL 22033, 22035
anytime.


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Friday April 27, 1973.


FOR RENT I


SrMARINE SUPPLIES I


I I


I 1


C9511
A LOT in Stevenson
Sub-division, off Twynam
Avenue, 80 x 80, only $4,000.
Telephone 2-2763 day, 5 3801
night.

C9557
WILLIAM'S COURT
2 bedroom Ilh bath house,
built in garage, furnished, T.V.,
new front room set and stereo,
washing machine, carpeted,
one airconditioner. $20,000.
Phone 5-8595

C9582
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
and air-conditioned three
bedroom, two both home.
Spacious living and dining
rooms, large kitchen, complete
Laundry room and facilities.
Highland Park area, of f West
Bay Street. Phone 5-7089 after
5:30 p.m.
C9558
Lots in Bel-Air Estates, only
$100.00 down and $90.87 per
month.
Large lots Sands Addition
$200.00 down $100.00 per
month,
Choice apartment sites and
residential lots Colony Village
East. Easy terms available. Call
Bill's Real Estate, 23921.


i C9572
LARGE STORE: off East
Street with lovely display
windows.
Suitable for any type business.
Call 3-4128.

C9568
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house
Blair Estate. Furnished. For
further information call 31288
after 7 p.m.


C9609
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD, is anxious to
receive listings in, FOXDALE
SUBDIVISION, IMPERIAL
PARK, ROBINSON ROAD,
ENGLERSTON COCONUT
GROVE and MILLER'S
HEIGHTS. Call 23921.

DETS FO CH g
C9621
DACHSHUND PUPPIES, both
parents AKC registered. Phone
4-1485

SCHOOLS
C9583
ENROLL NOW
Typing with Spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
S hon de Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone 24993
(Located at Shirley Street
opposite Collins Avenue.

POSITION WANTED
C9611
Cashier with 8V2 years
experience requires night work.
Phone 5-4278.


C9573
MIDDLE AGED couple for
work in small out island hote:.
Room and board. Salary for
couple $700 per month.
Typing necessary.
Contact:-- Rusty Bethel at
2-2768 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SEveninqs 7-8074.
C9563
INTERNATIONAL AIR
.. BAHAMA
invites applicants for the
position of
TICKET OFFICE
AGENT
Four years airline experience
required. Only Bahamians need
apply.
IAB TICKET OFFICE
Beaumont Arcade Bay Street.

C9549 STENOGRAPHER
The Royal Bank of Canada
Inte national Limi eds, Nass u
ex perie nced stenographer.
Applicants should preferabiv
have at least G.C.E. in
English and be High
School graduates. Short
hand speed of 90 w.p.m
and typing speed of 70
w.p.m. Bahamians only. Apply
in writing to the Secretary. P.
O. Box N-1445, Nassau or call
for an appointment at
telephone 56021.


C9623
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.

CHRIS -CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

24 foot irwin Stoop 1969. Has
Evinrude outboard. Both boat
Sleeps 4 with head, sink-stove,
ice box and more. Sail of
dacron are main, 2 genoa
storm jib, spinnaker and dole'
Has lights and dinghy
$4750.00


C8106 C9586
WORRY NO MORE! CALL BROWN MINIATURE DOG
ABCO TO SOLVE YOUR with brown collar, area of
CLEANING PROBLEMS. William's and Shirley Streets.
TEL: 51071-2-3-4. Reward. Phone 7-8139.

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HIELP WANITED HELP WANTED
C7348 C7358
QUALIFIED BAKER wanted INCOMING REVENUE
for Grand Bahama Bakery. CASHIER: Must have high
M xstg Di evidersaed inMDoug school ducationpu icable a
Operation and know how to knowledge of handling large
operate 18 Tray Travelling sums of money. Must have
Oven. three to five years experience
Apply to Grand Bahama in General Cashing. Reference
Bakery Ltd., Queen's Highway, and Police records required.


PASTRY CHEF: Must have 10
years experience in European
and American Plan. Must have
high school education or
equivalent. Must be able to
work long hours. Police record
and health certificate required.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Monday throer n .ildy re tr


CS A6ND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR PRODUCTION
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Radio. Auto. $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000
S/W Auto $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto. Radio Orange$3500
1967 HILLMAN STD.
Green $450
1969 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL

A1A7 FOD CAPRI $60
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1969 PONTIAC GTO

A65V BLUEG DDGE 80


191VA XASLLDVIVA 85
4 Dr. Std. Green $1200
1972 POCNTIrAC VENITUR4A00

1 988 FORD ESCORT
Blue $695
1971 RAMBLER
Auto, Blue $2700
1969 TRIUMPH HERALD
Blue 5700
1968 JAVELIN
A/C $1400
1970 FORD MUSTANG
A/C $2000
Trade Ins-Wokcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone -- 34636-7-8


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CLASSI-FIED


CLASStFIED A~VS. BRING R~SULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR AD~ TELEPFIONE n986 EXT. 5


SIL raWANTED I


REAL ESTATE


CARS FOR SALE


WAWTED


IIELP MNLCTED


TRADE SERVICES




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APARTMENT 3-G as Al** *xk

1 APPRECIATE YOUR I: AS YOU KNOW, SHE WAS VERY ANIMATED
CALLING! TELL ME AND HYPERACTIVE! THEN THIS AFTERNOON
PRSLAN TISWHAT'S HAPPENED.' SH BCM PREOCCUPIED, ALMOST N
IS TOMMIE! I THAT'S VERY UNUSUAL,
TOG I HA T ;ME'AS O RB
ON MRs. NPSH! r, SHE SEEMS TO i~1-- WAS GOING INTO
HAVE HAD QUITE ,r A HYPOMANIC STATE.
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STE VE R 0PER & MI KE NOMAD by saunders & o ver gard


TheYlr o Ma RDO Bw d. oTh ooned w tho umcn Ond.
blt by- comrptler Tim MneaY : Yea can nraie the wind with the
elrht-letter word Age the Aeros seoction. Solutionl on Mlonday.


Canine. (8)
Olld's namec. (3)
Uo rutrt a. (4)
Venls's hme (4)
te nvnded Hritain In the
1% ce~ntury. (8)
Down
Where the heatinl fuel gloes In.
gfg'sents. (I)
P~lat ar. (3)
Most and vegetable stemv (4)

Noxper. ( r
again. (D)
sltstchins.
(II)
Con v ale-
Cee n tr
Irrla c. ) rse~~esm


ELP WANTED

C9579
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Acco intants have

Accou tant Auditorr for Sthae
Freeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountants office
and must be in possession of at
least University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certi'ied shoccountant.
A itin to the Sdaff aPrtn rn
Pi Waterous~e & CF ep P. O

Bahamas. ''
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
C7361
Required by an Associate of
Bahamaso O~ig Ref ig

education with 3-4 years
advanced education in
accounting or college degree
Maintains Corporate books and
records for two companies
prepares accounting statement
and reports, forecasts profits'
ana yzes profit changes'
establishes and keeps records
on various financing activities'
co-ordinates flow of funds'
rdm nster osio agreements
tefom Ios acutn
assict ounn i riousm cmpe
Co-ordinates supply sales and
accounting for all marketing
operations concerning marine
and industrial lubes and
aviation fuels. Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting.
experience ou highay cc jabe
Only Bahamians will be
considered.
Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience

Ambrisaer Ps %nrR Ofice ,
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company, P. O. Box F2435,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
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 quarterly accounts,
Setc., the supervision of a staff
I and the~day to day running of
the accounts department.
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.


HELP MATED CE

C7359
WAREHOUSEMAN
(Harbour) Must be able to
take full charge of
documentation regarding
receipt, storage disbursement,
damage of full variety of
Cargo. Must have substantial
experience preferably in
hrEourDcarg war housing.
Must be physically able to do
heavy work and know rigging,
dhinc peat nac nd ca go
duties assigned.
DOCK SUPERINTENDENT -
(Harbour) -Extensive
experience required in port
operations, communications.
security, Harbour traffic'

me norolaogicalu an1
oceanographic .instruments.
Merchant marine or navy
experience or equivalent
required. Rotating shifts and
night work involved.
WAREHOUSE ATTENDANT
cos(Har eur) expriRequir s
stevedoring and warehousing.
Mus beal oasm
ressonsi ilityafo initi tatl ome
incoming cargo; must know
documentation of cargo.
Required to know sorting,
stacking,amafeekeeping to avoid

DsO K FOREMAN
(MAINTENANCE (Harbour)
(2) Requires experience as
cr ener,e sea-wrgt Se f maan

relief coxswain on pilot boat.
Must maintain dock fenders,
boats and buildings in harbour
area. Must assist in docking and
be able to take charge of
maintenance and cleaning

Ipl tou Tei Grand L am
Personnel Department or 30 C'
Kipling Building, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

REAL ESTATE

C7354
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE,
Hawksbill City with Furniture
and Fenced Yard, CATV on
building Call 352-5635.


Rupert and the M~ixed 1Magic-41


bAsses
For eldples the Itrait tre. (3. 4)
Bowel set ang). (8)

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---CARR.OLL RIGHTER'S



freen the Carrel lRigntr Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: An intomating day
Sand evening to decide what your need is of a
philosophical nature, or what you require to have for a happy
life. You now have the chance to make specific, workable
plans for such improvement.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Don't try to do what you
know is beyond your ability, but be happy with whatever you
can do boat. Get krnow-how from one who is good at detail.
Avoid one who likes to hurt you in one way or another.
TAURUjS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You always like new ideas
and can get them now from allies, friends and new contacts.
Meet with persons.who can help you gain your finest aims.
These can be along personally or business lines.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get in touch with that expert
who can help you expand in whatever is of greatest interest to
you. Make sure your credit is good. Don't forget to pay
impotrtnt bills.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Make a fine
impression on new contacts today; plan to meet persons who
have aee difficult tosee before. Write to out-of-towners and

LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fine day for handling obligatioirs
you have been putting off for some time. Pay bills, make
collections, work like a beaver. Follow you intuition where
that personal aim is concerned.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Do your utmost to have more
harmony with allies instead of expecting too much of them
Allow for human error. Use your intellect to handle that
outside matter in a most correct way.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you show co-workers that
you are very efficient, they will cooperate more willingly with
you. Make your surroundings more charming. Stay within
your budget, and show that you have good taste.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Find out what family
expect of you or what their ideas are, and be more cooperative
with them. Show more affection for mate and get better
results. Use your imagination, artistry more.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Ideal day to go after
the interests that mean a great deal to you, business or
personal. Don't permit tensions to get you down. Show others
you have a good sense of humor.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Good day to handle that
letter writing, travel matters, errands, in a most efficient way-
Make srure all of your important papers are in good order.
Know who your true friends are.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Study your budget and
find better ways to add to income so you can keep up with
rising cost of living and have more for luxuries you like. Listen
to what a bigwig has to suggest. Arrive on time for that
important appointment.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day to meet with bosom
friends and work out better plant for the social life you want
in the future. Get into a group affair that can have fine results.
Avo d onUwh dLDn S BON TOD Y .. .he or she will be
one of those charming young people who seems to be always
on the negative side of life, so be sure to give the right diet and
teach to laugh more. Tnret with kindness, but firmness, so that
all the fine talent in this chart will come to the fore, and much
success and happiness will be achieved throughout the lifetime.
The good psychiatrist espoically, could easily be in this chart.
Music lessons could bring out a genius here, too.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


REjX MORG AN, M.D. sy DAL cuRT1s


By VicTIO'R M LLO
Tho ul runmd hnearamag
actress and TV personality. Her
defence, as East, is described in
Play1 Bridge With The Aces
(cCuo et va >me)by ra ca ol
h pders of the world titiq.
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anotherr trump followed. How
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eady ? Th~en let's follow John
crawford,
Winning thle second spade, !A
led the UKC! Dealater had tltf
OA bc us, bu n means or
West
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fora to ruff a club.
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CL AS SIFIED


ADVS .


Beaming with delight, the little
girl thanks her daddy and,
when Rupert has said goodbye
to the men of magic, Tigedlily
goes with him along the garden
path. Now me can try easy
magic like changing colour of
flowers," she says. You come
tomorrow and see what me
have done, yes ?"
RESERVED.


When Ithe rod has stopped
glowing the Conjurer removes
it from the cabinet and hands
it to Tigerlilly. There, I have
made it into a junior magic
wand, daughter," he smiles.
" With it you can perform
very simple feats fit for a child.
Perhaps it will stood you from
meddling in my own work."
ALL RIGHTS


CROSS WORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Girl s name 32. Surface to air

12 Pridge 34. Cnrie
13. Bird of peace 36. Pixy
14. Me 38. Drive
16. Convex slantingly
molding 40. Fencing dummy
IT. Bright 41. Fluster
18. Perfumed pad 44 Republican
20. Choler Party
22. Greek letter 46. Glorif
23. Posterior 48. Fine wool
2 S alawag 50. Mo ey in

30. Abraham s 52. Race courses
birthplace 53. Limousines
31. Exclamation 54. Leaven


5. Congers
6 Nes service
8 Ice mass
9 Main artery
10 Baking pit
11. Headland
15 Remote
19. Greek letter
21. Type squares
24. Measures of
distance
25 Undertake
26 That girl
27 Example
29. Small
explosion
33 Pithy remark
35. Queen
37. Fern leaf
39. Tree
42. Cour tway
43 Awesome
45. Garrison
46. Paid
47 ouncements
49 Rye grass
51. Bone


DOWN
Parent
Irregular
Platforms


27, 1973.


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interested in meeting a number of top-level business-
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LOUIS ADDERLEY ...
basketball is for blacks and
whites.

BECKS BEES





Ill C KS I)EES remain strong
ContenrldrTS for the Baehamas
Baseball Association's crown when,
inst night behind the hitting of
srhort sto~p Sonny )laven and third
h;,emanr Roosevelt Turner, they
stopped Isahamas Blenders 8-1 to
win their eleventh in fifteen played.
co~le c ed tc ait n and knock dm i
two, runs. Turner with four times at
====ord ne. knockerdin tweand
Sherrwin T~aylor got his first win
while Jo: Pennerlman suffered his
fifth loss. racing 22 batters, Taylor


seven hlits and Pernnerman nine.
dr hei < in )rns wre fh first t
Johnson's rbi single in the top of
the second. 11e drove in centre
fielder Kermit G;raham who got on
with a walk. They collected two
hits in that inning.
and 7titrnielf rs i the b sto o
the third gave them the winning
runs its Tarylor settled down to shut
out the Blenders for the remainder
J~cyu and /s~yl scored the runs go~t on with walks.
~The Islenders were good enough
for only tw~o hits in the fourth
inning: while tf r Bem rnte Bo o
themn aheadl S 1. lerft fielder Willie
Knm\les startled the rally with a
triple into right centre. With one
nt\~ aftrLrll alr tnle I
him for an rbi sinngle. Knowles
scotred. Jlcques followed with the
ser)oren a < tire three dwal a given h rn
the second run of the inning.
'Turnler ended it all with an
rbi triple but got out trying to steal
ho cks vie to break Big Q's twelve
game winning streak when they
clash tonight In the second game
9:30 at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
('nr.I~aa bmr en tr tk eon
7:3o.


Mr. Adderley last night was
one of three speakers
addressing delegates attending
the second night of the
B.A.B.A.'s first annual
convention being held at the
Anchorage Hotel. Mr. Adderley
spoke on 'Integration of
Clubs '*
The convention convenes 7
o'clock tonight for its final
session when among other
topics, the "Revised
Constitution and By-Laws"
will be discussed by the
resident, Mr. Vincent
Frg so.
"The draft system and
election of officers to vacant
post Is sl onfrtng
problem is ever going to be
solved, then it will require a
great deal of e frt on the part
of all of us. We must do all in
our power to bridge the gap
and at the same time they must
make a concerted effort to do
likewise. It would surely be
good if we can see some white
faces among members of some
of ou lubs. Let usmke th
88m reall Bahamusana e
Because the lives of our
people have been so separated
it will take while for thig t
catch oen Mr. Ad I lc
explained. He said that we are
still learning that a black and
white Baham~ian carl a preciate

w rk toet reshahr oouand
SCHOOLS' PART
Mr. Adderley said that
schools have a big part to play
in the integration of basketball.
"In most schools, the emphasis
is placed more on European
sports than on American games
because most of our P. E.
teachers were schooled in the
U.K." he said. "in the schools,
especially those where the
whites outnumber the blacks
or are almost equal io the
black population, we need P.E.
teachers who do not favour


any one particular sport. We
need men and women who are
quite good at almost all
games."
Mr. Adderley pointed out
thlat when there was basketball
at the Nassau Stadium several
years ago, the league was
in te rated. "Why can't
B.A.B.A. be integrated today,
he queried.
NATIONAL TEAM
As the Bahamas moves into
independence, Mr. Adderley
said that the Association will

thear,"n itawo 't be: : nto
if we cannot have basketball
players from the Family
Iln tkingopart, 'en sa
Wells Inagua, Abaco, Andros,

matae to hav tet eane rh
as a boy from Nassau or
F~ree ort. All our 1epl ( s
see the game as one that can be
played by anyone as long as he
has the desire to do so."
Ilowever, while the B.A.B.A.
is trying to get more people
involved in the game, Mr.
Adderley also pointed out that
they are desperately in need of
more helpers "people who
are willing to devote a little of
their time to the development
of good, wholesome recreation
for the enjoyment of all
Bahamians and those who
work and live among u mke

basketball truly a game open to
all Bahamians, we must work
not only to get our white
bretheren into the game but we
must also get our lady folks
involved as well," Mr. Adderley
said. "Basketball has been
making tremendous strides. let
us hope that we can continue
this pace and show the rest of
the Bahamas how to work
together harmoniously despite
our racial differences."
Sterling Quant advised that
clubs should go out and solicit
these players.


CLARK'S COOL CLINICAL EUROPEAN BOXING WIN Johany Chla, a London printer, produced a cool,
clinical and thoroughly ptroessional display of boxing to win the vacant European bantamweight titlesat London's
Royal Albert Hall recently. Clark outpointed the skliul and tricky opposition presented by Italy's Fraco Zurlo
over fifteen rounds. The verdict fronst the Dutch referee and the two judges from Belgium and France was
unanimous. Clark becomes Britarin's third European champion, joining Joe Bugner and John Conteh. Zurlo, a
former European champion who lost the title to Brtatin's Alan Rudkin, who has now retired, la the same ring
two years ago, failed to find a defence to counter Clarke's spectacular left hand which rlfled into his face time
and timy again. Here Zurlo (left) sways from one of Clirk's punches.



Bertram Knowles wins first round



Of BrailoH Cup for the Bahrama

A POWERFUL TOP-SPIN serve together with accurate placing of shots put the Bahamass'
Bertram Knowles on top 6-0, 6-1 and 6-1 against Guyana's Raymond Munro in the first round of
the Brandon Cup Tournament of the Commonwealth Caribbean Tennis Championship being
staged at the Montagu Beach Hotel courts.


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Ifaltimottre 9753
Milw~aukeet H 7 .5. 1

Cleveland 7 II .38
New Yoirk West fi do 1
Minnesota 9 5 03
Kinsa soity II 7 l
Califo~rnia 11 r 57 II
oakland 7 10 .41? 2 1
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KM ul ftro aplimente
Knowte fe h gam do i
good performance. Munro said
that Knowles was much
im rovedH snc tea "meun

said, "is that service."


forced Munro to hit out of
bounds on the next shot.
SERVICE STRENGTH
It seemed at one time that

Mo over, d cam on st ngu .
the fourth gaeof the scnd


In the first tound of the
Phillips Cup, Debbie Phillips
and Kean Gibson, both of
Gruyana, defeated Michelle
Goddard and Ruby Browne of
Barbados 6i-1 and 6-3 in the
women's doubles.
In other Brandon Cup
singles today Barbados played
St. Kitts and Jamaica, led by
Richard Russell, played the
Windward Islands. In other
Phillips Cup matches the
Bsaadmain dm b the Windward
Facing Munro for the second
time in the Bratndon Cup
tournaments, Knowles took
advantage of his improved play
and allowed his opponent only
fifteen points as he retained his
serve in thle first game.
Munro, serving to Knowles,
was unable to get on top and
got only 30 points in the
second game.
That was Ine order of play
in the first match until Munroe
threatened in the first game of
the second set when he came
from behind and deuced. This
meant nothing to Knowles who
took the advantage point and

DIPLOMATIC NOTE

nmed WI am Bell -both
Americans, not Bahamians
are reported interested in
recruiting British mercenaries.
The implications of this alleged
action are grave for both the
Bahamas and for Messrs.
Watkins and (Charles 'Chuck')
Hall .


NA flONAL. LEAGUE
East D~ivision

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P'l;~tlahi. h 7 81 .467 1
St. Lo~uis 2 I 3 .1 33 8
West Division
Sun francisco 16 5 .762
Cin innti tri2 .h '
I.o ?,gees 8I .42I 7

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Pittsburgh (Ilriles 0-1), n:oz p,.mr.
New York (Sa~ver 2 1) at Atlanto
(1 n, s tin (G ra2 le 3-0), 8 0
'ionttreal (Mchnatlly -) t
Hotuslton (Roberts id).8:30 p1m .
San F'rancisco (IIlurr 2-1) at( St
Louis G;ibson 0-2). 8:30 p~m.


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Th ie cptain oftheeteam wl
board meeting in Jamaica May 28.
CHILEAN BOXER
STILL UNDEFEATED
LOS ANGELES, APRIL 27 (AP)
Renato Garcia, 150. Santiago,
Chile, punched his way t a
unanimous 10-round decision over
Isaac Quintas, 148%, of Mexico
City Thursday night for his 14th

tulta code Ie af er the fight
and was carried unconscious from
ph riz witah stretcher and wais
G~arcia took a big lead in the
op nn ondr nstaggering his
But Quintas came back to open a
cut over G~arcla's eye before the
unbeaten boxer regained control.
The fighter from Chile puffed
both of Qulatas' eyes, but there
were no knockdowns. The defeat
left Quintas 20-3.


KANHAI TO CAPTAIN

P RT OF SPIN TI IDAnDd
Warwickshire batsman Rohan
Kanhal, who led the West Indies in
the Worrell Trophy Cricket series
against Australia which ended here
Thursday, will captain the West
Indles team to tour England later
this year.
The touring team was announced
at a farewell cocktail party for the
West Indles and Australian teams at

TH! Ed uter : Kahalr cpan
Vanburn Holder, Keith Boyce'
S ephan smareho Claw e w .
Alvin K~allicharan, Deryck Murray,
d;ason Silnford a l umd
Camacho and Shillingford toured
E~ngland with the West Indies team
in 1969, but did not play in any of
the Tests against Australia in the
Worrell trophy series.
West Indles officials said former
captain G;ary Sobers will be


Bit 8 does it again at



expense of Schlitz
1~DRIAN RODG)ERS, hesides patching a winnlingp game last
night.contributced a two rbi double in thre bottom oif the first that
helped Big Q Marketeers to their fourt~eenth w~in in fifteen games


iou Aldderley calls for



more integration in





By GLADSTONE THURSTON
ALTHOUGH THERE IS A WEALTH OF TALENT around the
league and basketball ismuch improved, the game in the Bahamas
as still being predominantly played by blacks and as a result is
becomning identified ra a black man's sport. Beause of this, "we
in the Bahamas Amateur Basketball Association have a
responsibility to extend a welcoming, gentle and encouraing
hand t ot n^it botheu add sit asd shope duu them cpt


a~r Iratci o c ine liut it tear
thirrough ther Nationlal tLeague
r hurdo., ;rs Chlris Speler and~ (ary


htiitPping of the ( hicago~ C'ubs.
it was;1 major leagpu basieball s
ndlr3 Iltrnoon actann iante. lne
ma\~irk ~lts bea :1 uthagm 2the
ant !1, meric.ln I cague. Dtrtroit


ari Irt >.I evt ilst I< d
pai~i(l\ided ther As with their
nonag run hr shot to
(in~ >msTc rd
tlhrr Itr ;I,! and ve thle victory to
re lzver IHaroldl Know\~les. The
ftruhans~ had tied the garne 2-2 in the
tritp~f Ie I rame onl John Ellis
ltim Mc~ndlrew and Tlug Mlc(raw
,~~,ltrbsne for a four-hitter for the
Mezts Ne~w York \cored its runs off
IIr clreuss init en Jxth onu f m
Ier a' forrce out bouncer with the
I,.lec lo~adedl. Tlhe only run off
1101nd~lrew\\ was IDouK Rader's home
ru in the fifth inning his third in
(fme.i Itadriguel capped a
threeriun rally: in the ninth inning
r\lhI two -un tripke to put t e

ehrtr hitts until th ninth let in
I0c Iculi regi al t( om Cs

p'inlchrunnrr To'~ny T3y or and
Nocrthrup
iave MayI) topped a five run, rally
in in~e ninith inning with a
gratnd islm homrer for the Brewers.
Ihe dramatic blast came after
kalnsas (`ity reliever Blruce I)1I
c'3ntonc intentionally walkedl Pedro
c;Jrc~ia to, Ilod the bacses.


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