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Publication Date: April 28, 1973
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Aor.RrtaS.6 Mt. R aLlAve.

P.O. Box 5850 Phone 2-1306/2-3237


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SOME STAFF COMPLAIN 'NOT ENOUGH TO PAY

THE RENT, MUCH LESS SUPPORT A FAMILY'


Price: 20 Cents


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VOL. LXX, No. 132


Saturday April 28, 1973.


THOE 33ya-l at S tOr ee
;iCinema Theatre will cos~e for
good tonight after its last


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ltd.



dluringl t he past thrl'e' ears.
'Nowu because~ o-f the
laitest e~ononiie developments
we frind It impossible tt>
i t ir he 5 perating thts
I lhe nI or recent

fiave' neirceased the duer ni fries



introd ed th jvertur taritt in
1969 but redcellcd it wshen
mrovie operators raised their
admission prices. When the
government reduced the tariff
the theatre operators went
back to their original prices.

Mierma Bed lbee sdlo ing eve
since the 196,9 tariff increase.
increased."
Six pictures were shown at
the Cinema each week\. The tax
on one feature alone, he said,
was approximnatelL 5160 but
by the time the shorts and
trailers were added the tax had
5ultuped between $180 and

"Tlhe <'inemn a lust doe~s nlot
take ini enough moneyi~ to pay'
the tax,"' he! exp~lained., "and
thris droes niot include the extra
expenses and the dluty on the
supplies for the projection
roo~m, which have also
increased."
BAD FILMS
Mr. Bethell said that there
was also a shortage of films. "It
is getting more and more
difficult to get film that can be
played here," he said. "They
are making miore pornographic
films in the United States. In
fact we have had to turn many
pictures down.
"Our gate receipts have
dropped tremendously in all
the theatres, he said.
Mr. Bethell said it was
probable that another theatre
would also have to be closed
shortly.
T'heatres of Nassau Ltd.
operates the Shirley Street
'Theatre, thle Wolff Road,
Savoy and C'apita~l. The Nassau
'Theatre was closed over three
years ago.
I he ('inema building will be
convertedl andi tented or will be
to~rn dlown. Mr. Bethell said.
lic p'raisedt his staff and
expressed regret that all of the
Cinema personnel could not be
a

SIT DOWN AT PARADISE About 300 workers at Loews Paradise Island Hotel and
Villas staged a sit-down strike today in protest to the hotel's work rotation system.
Above some of the workers sit in the hotel's Crown Ballroom awaiting the conclusion of a
meeting between their union leaders and the hotel's management. Discussions were still in
progress at press time.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


By MIKE LOTHIAN
OVER 300 EMPLOYEES of Loews Paradise Island Hotel were on strike today protesting a work rotation system
I~that has some employees working as little as two days a week. Some staff members have complained that they hae
taken home only $18 a week "not enough to pay the rent, much less support a family."


The sit down began at about
I0: 15 a~m. and at 2:15 p~m. it

di cussioontinureini prowhe::
between management and the
Bahamas Hotel and Catering
Workers Union.
Workers told The Tribune
1 that the hotel has in recent
months promised on numerous
occasi~onsb fo d the rotati n

I: "The~y chagpsd that the rotation
I r 1 sy ste 45 continuing now even
the~ the hotel is allegedly
1 ~cat I~g Ilo a "full house."
However, hotel sou ces said
occupancy is now 76%. The
~~-I~ ~hotel has 503 double rooms.
The work stoppage .was

., r a kt oamwo er. sk r
staff was serving lunch he
Imperial Dining Room.
A sign outside the Gazebo
1 Coffee Shop read: "The

B~ldlytemporarily."
DESERTED
The kitchen was deserted.
a ~Work in the housekeeping
department was at a near
standstill while some staff
r members from the engineering
department continued to work,
~Thr front desk was manned
as usual.
laitl ff \Workers were orderly as
they sat in the Crown Ballroom
,N waiting for their union leaders
HOTEL on Cable Beach to come out of the meeting
s this morning following with management.
sterday alnd reports that the ottPI an dwased etdrom th
off today, and not on premises.
and the hotel union. HOTEL OFFER
~The Tribune was told that
stant manager G~regory those participating in the
t t declined to comment. sit-down comprised almost the
on the scene were entire on-duty hotel staff.
krnowles and Thomas It is understood that
In, president at d management earlier this
ry respectively of the afternoon, in a bid to get the
as Hotel Association. workers back on the job,
y said Mr. Sawyer had offered to end the rotation
hemll het had received a system next week. However
e from G;ranite, a the workers were holding out
an f'irm. last night for an immediate change-over.
ting that 50 percent of Taking part in discussions
ff he laid off today, even between management and
the hotetl has over 180 union was the Labour
Ministry's C~hief industrial
veve~r, following a Officer, Lambert Parker.
g with the union, which On the scene for the union
shortly after noon, Mr. were president David Knowles
ris said to have agreed and a Mr. Ferguson.
our a letter given to the Hotels all over New
on Thursday by G;ranite Providence instituted the
nt (;ustav Fisher. rotation system with the
letter said the hotel union's approval several
have no guests and mo n t hs ag 0. Hot el
he closed from Monday managements had said at the
day next week. between time that because of low
d of the hotel's winter occupancy they could not
mmel anrd the beginning justify employing a full staff.
e summer programmec. T`he union agreed the rotation
etter said during those system to ensure that every
ayS th1e enfi~re staff. with worker got something rather
ceptio~n of' "somer people than being laid off entirely.
ineering, front desk and a At 4 p.m. todly
aning" would be laid off negotiations between union
NECESITIESand management were
ddedt that "conly as miuchi continuing.

r.i lc ii-" cs ,C 'tld PARK CLOSED TO
ren I~~\cn pthle lob f'or

li< in ju~g ne CLIIFFORD Park has been
s woullld be initially ordered closed to the public
I effective immediately. to
Sawyerr according to the p~repare it for the independence
day celebrations to be held
tasC p cvsitagrill tito from July 4 through I1.
thatther woud heno Bahamas Informati~n
s untl Moday.Sernicecs release said that both
Mondy, te unon sid, approaches to the field will be
ions \\ill begin relating low do tof vehin la to it
pu! lt'l( met of accumulated nlor any organised games of
n pa an terinaion sport will be permitted until
r the stafft who are not the park is again open to the
re-ird anagement~ public.
far failedl to, na:me tiwn'1 The Ministry of Works has
wellI as the~ paymelcnt o; expressed its regrets for any
oneyl~ ~1~ tud to e dute t<> dr i peerin to the public


'tE.,ts READ

FOR INDEPEnDENCE'



"THEt Pl OPLI: of the
Bahamnas have never been more
ready for independence than at
this moment." Labour Minrster
Clifford Darhing told delegates
attending this week' pei tl )
Conference in Antigua.
in his opening remarks Mlr
Darling said the Bahamnas
would need guidance, but he
was sure that it would not lack
the "sturdy advice of t e
independent as well as the
non-nations which have firmly
plantedstheir feetson thle wan l

good, just and honourable in
the Caribbean community.
For heroes, he continued,
the Bahamas had always
looked to Bird of AntiP1;
Bustamante and Manley; to
Cipranini Butler, Solomon and
Williams, to Barrow and to
Ishmael and Burnham.
As examples it now looked
to follow in the footsteps of
Jamaica, 1962, Tranidad and
Tobago 1962, Barbados 1966
and G~uyana 1966.
Continued Mr. Darling: "I
would hope that an
independent Bahamnas will be
made welcome into a
Caribbean community that ti

promse gwi

"I am heartened by the
tremendous signs of progress
that I see all around me. No
longer is this beautiful area of
ours regarded as the sun, fun
and rum capital of the world.
but rather through a series of
carefully calculated moves to
up-grade the image and the
quality of life for our peoples
we have come to be regarded as
serious actors in the world
stage who will in no way stop
short of putting our peoples
first."


High IIu Cft 1 settle



diSput0 0 V O CaySa 8|




Agemn DISUT OVRTELEAS O A Aas eneup


in the Bahamas Supreme Court.
Thirty miles north of Cubla.
the Cay Sal islands gained l
prominence recently ~hen
they were rumoured to be a
hideout for millio~naire rec~lulse
Howard Hughes, whose llaghes
Tool Company is said to have
su -la dlthe cay wic Sr

Roland Symonette hias an
appreciable interest, filed a
writ against the Attorney
General last year claiming it is
entitled to renewal of its
ten-year lease which expired
December 31, 1966,
T he govern menlt is
attempting to repossess C'ay Sal
on grounds that the company
failed to meet the terms of its
conditional purchase lease and
carry out 60,000 pounds in
improvements within the
ten-year period.
In its statement of claim
dated July 14, 1972, the
company said that on
December 18, 19)56, a1 lease
was agreed between former
todvern r th~e I arl of Ruinfhuir2
certain parcels of landl formning
a part of the Cay Sal bank were
transferred to Sir Rolandt from
January 1, 1957.
On January 17, 1',57 the
Crown Lands officer allowed
Sir Roland to transfer his
interest in the property to OF ~
Sal Ltd. which assumedr control
by deed dated Februirg 12,
1957 for the remnainingr period
of the ten-year lease.
RENEW
Under terms of the lease the
lessee had the right to, renet, ~
the lease for a further ten \catrs
providing it had carriedl out
certain improvements totarlling
60,000 pounds and hadl servedJ
the Crown Lands Offi~ce with
three months notice in writing~.
On September 16. 19hh, Sir
Roland, acting for ('y! Surl
Ltd., did serve notice. When~l
the lease expired at the end~ o~f
1966 Cay Sal Ltd. continuedl in
possession as tenant and was
still in possession.
Following expiration of' the
lease Cay Sal Ltd. paiid the
Crown Lands officer rent focr
the year 1967.
On November 3. 196(7
however, the Crown L~ands
officer served notice thlat thle
Crown proposed to resume
possession of the property on
grounds that Cay Sal Ltd. had
failed to make imnprovemennt to

The '"""""ny i"s cla,,nin,
at to mid s in ifac cmake
the value set out in the lease
and that the notice served by
the Crown Lands officer was
"invalid and of no effect."
The statement of claims uays
that "the plaintiff has tende~red
rent due from time to time. the
last tender having been made~
on December 29, 1971. but the
Director of the Decpartme~nt of
Lands and Surveys has retused
to accept the same. '
Col Sal Ltd). is asking the
entitled to renew~a
repre entco mpan the firm l~
Dupuch and Turne lst
In its defence g vernment~ ;


iliiming that the letter from
Sir Rolan~d was not sufficient
nlotice. of intention to renew,
andi that the Crown repossessed
Ca;Y Sal as of F~ebruary 3,

it also denied that sufficient
unpinvement had been made

On February 9, 19)71, while
Je~ffrey Thompson was still
Minister of Development, The
Miami Hlerald reported that
two Hughes officials had been
to see Mr. Thlompson with a
view to neg~ottiatng a lease for
Clay Sal.
"They said they wanted the
islands for aI private fishing
retreat Mr. Thompson was
quoted
He reportedly told The
Herald that no decision was
reached,
The Miami Herrald said that
Sir Rolatnd aIssignedf his lease to
thle Hlughes Tool companyy on
I chruawhen a 07rding to esa
statement of claim, it was
transferred to, Cay Sal Ltd.
Sir Roland was quoted by
the Hecrald as saving he recalled
the transaction because at the
time he thought it was peculiar
he had never once met Howard
Hughes or even talked to him
for that matter. "The whole
business was dealt with
through his agents." he was
reported(.
Should the courts decide
that C'ay Sal Ltdl. is no longer
eintitledh to renewal of its lease'
the T th fosub-lease towould
also, be invalidia inipan


.I we a


SOME OF the Blue Vista
Hotel employesa whott th *
morning rerfused to world
puict reT iti gle paid tare
offices to receive their pay
envelopes from comptroller
John Rosevear.
PHOTO: Philip Symenette.


50pe a be


By MIKE LOTHIA
WORKERS AT THE BLUE VISTA 1
staged a sit-down strike for several hour
management's failure to pay salaries ye
50 percent of the staff were to be laid
Monday as agreed between management i


TIhe sit-down ended at 11
o'clock, when everyone but the
14-member kitchen staff had
been paid.
Less than ten of the
1l4-room hotel's 96 staff
members were paid as usual
yesterday. Members of the
housekeeping department
claim they are still owed t wo
weeks' accumulated gratuities.
The hotel's telephones have
been disconnected, and it has
been reported that the hotel is
in arrears in the payment of
Bahamas Hotel Association
dues, and in rent payments to
Expertise (Bahamas), Limited.
The only representative in
NassauI today of G~ranite
Ein t erp rises, the hotel
operators, was Mr. Mike
Sawyer, a company director.
C'OMP'LAINTS
The only comment he
offered was "you should see
the complaints fromr the guiests
about bad services and dirty


rooms.
'Assi
P'resc~o
Also
David
Bastia
secret
Bahamn
Tfhe~
told tt
message
C'anadi
instruc
the sta
th oueh
guests.
Ifow
mneetin
ended
Sawyer
to hon
union
preside
The
would
would
to lFric
the en
progira
of thl
'The l(
four dl
the ex
in engi
for cle






toldl I
worker
re -h "t~

"'io n.


!n
discu~s

to the


Ias 4(
her \


PUT YOUR CLOCKS



AT 2 AM TOMORROW the
Bahamas joins a large part of
the world in moving clocks one
hour ahead to Daylight Saving
Time. The time change will
give us an extra hour of
dylig t.
No one has to wait up until
2 a.m. to change his clock, of
course. Just set it an hour
AHEAD before going to sleep
tonight.
Daylight Saving Time will
continue until 2 a.m. Sunday,
October 28


I

"W


Poinciana Tours has
continued the flights.


F~LAMING;O Airlines and
Mr. Wendell L. Albury
representing Poinciana Tours'
have ben o triend by re our
and promoting regular air
servies bew; e Nsau an

ore ur u{y and Nassatu and

Tie injunction was issued
Apri '.
These routes have been
assigned by the Air Transport
Licensing Authority to Out
Island Airways.
it is understood that


I


MAN F011M HANGING

AT CAT ISLND

t~et eetl Otunt age, was found hungping! at 1: 15
a.nt. yesterday at Orange
<'reek, Cat ISlanld. No details
on the muan's death is known as
yet in Nasstu.
Police are inve~stigating.


THE FIRST 19 RECRUITS were graduated fromi the
new Police College yesterday in the passing out parade. The
baton of honour was awarded to police officer 925 Morris,
second from left, shown with his smiling mother Patricia
Thompson. Flanking constable Morris are Sergeant 23
Edmund Stubbs and Corporal Sl3 A. Forbes, both
instructors at the College. The new officers are all between
the ages of 18 anrd 20. Supt. O. L. Burrows, commandant of
the Police College, addressed the graduates at a special
passing-out lunch held at the College earlier that day.


EYE CONTACT
TESTSi LENSES PlIll.1P "P'olka" Ilulnles,
ROB~RT T.HIRST accused of mlurdecr andt arrged
ROBRT HRSTrobbe~ry. and traffici otffentles
Optometrist ('arl Butler arer bcthl still at
Savoy Bldg. I arge~ following? their ecapet~s
FREEPORT from police custody onl April 4
and 12 respectively. Ipolic~e
) Telephone 352-5906 conf~irmed today.


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sta g on strike 9


P*nIW THTOT US TO 0CIA Al@ p F


Mother sees son win police honour baton






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MANAGER
To assume complete control of all matters
below board level. He will be already
experienced in the management of a business
machine company, capable of negotiating
dealsershp dt dman factudrers with pa proven
after-sales service. Business systems and
methods and computer experience
advantageous.
Attractive salary (to be negotiated), good
working conditions, additional benefits.

SERVICEMAN
Experienced in servicing some of the
following: computers, photo copying machines,
typewriters, calculators, adding machines.
Training abroad will be given where necessary,
Must have driver's licence.

Good salary and working conditions and
additional benefits.

Apply in own handwriting with recent photo to:
Business Machines
P. O. Box 1113
Grand Cayman
B.* *


See a Traveloglue of LAND OF THE MAYA "
Compliments of Pan American
beginning at 12:00 Noon.

Cecil Dorsett's Steel Band plays all af-
ternOORI


NIXON PROMISES FULL FEDERAL SUPPORT
ME:RID)IAN, MISSISSIP'I (AP) E~nroute to the ceremony in Meridian,
President Nixon flew over flood ravaged areas of Mississippi. L~ouisiana and
Arkansas. Nixon promised full federal support for recovery and rebuilding
efforts
The President also added parts of Arkansas and L~ouisiana to the list of
rigions declared major disaster areas. (p, SEEl STORY THI(S PAGEI)

ON ONO D ET WO ENDEDD KNEE BY GUNFIRtEaiesay
oner person was wounded today inl an exchange of gunfire between militant
Indians holding Wounded Knee, South Dakota and federal marshals. The
victim, reportedly an indian, was flown by the: government to a hospital In
Rapid City, South Dakota.
PRICE OF GASOLINE WLttrAN tRHCONS, aER Ta s il e

held next week o~n the threatened gasoline! shortage. The Minnesota
Democrat is chairman of a joint economic subcommittee.
Humphrey said if anything will make the consumer as angry as the high
price of beef, it's paying high prices for gaesoline. The hearings will be held
in Washington Tuesday and Wednesday.
CLAIM ABILITY TO HIT PHNOM PENH AT ANY POINT
PHiNOM PENIf (AP') U.S. fighter bombers pounded Communist
positions across the Mekong river from Phnom Penh today for the third
day in a row. Earlier, the Communists in C:ambodia warned they had
moved artillery into position near the capital city and could hit Phnom
Penh arany point.
T~he Communstst also called on CIambodians to overthrow President Lon
Nol by riot and protest '
NIXON DEDICATES NAVAL TRAINING CENTRE
MERKIDIAN, MISSISSIlPPI (AP) --President Nixon declared today that
the Vietnam cease-fire agreement now must be enforced. Nixon made the
remark at the dedication of a naval training centre in Meridlan, Mississippi
named after Democratic Senator John Stennis.
Nixon praised Stennis as the man who helped keep America strong.
Nixon made no reference to the Watergate crisis, and neither did Stennis,
although he told Nixon Mississippians admire him because he doesn't panic
when the going gets rough.
PRINCE CHARLES ROUTINELY PROMOTED
L.ONDO0N (AP') Prince C'harles, heir to the British throne, will be
promoted to acting lieutenant in the Royal Navy on May 1, the Ministry of
Defhne ann uo medn riay pay raise to 2,650 pounds 6,625 dollars -
bnui enfrom the 2,099 pounds 5,250 dollars he earned as a
However, the 24-year-old CIharles, who reportedly has an income
equivlnt a th b gia rnillishisdollar ns vrhacretof Wales and Duke of
The D~efense Ministry said Charles' promotion was a routine one: based
on the pace he completes 18 months' duty on May I. He is serving as
assistant navigating officer on the H.M.S. F'ox, a survey ship on station in
the west Indies.

ISRAEL WARNED AGAINST HOLDING PARADE
U~NITED~ NATIONS, APRIL 28 (AP) The U.N. Security Council is
pressing Israel to call off plans for a big military parade in Jerusalem on
Marh7 an conpnete on wi h the ch ih sta e's 25thb an iversary celebration.
Cuellar, Council president for April, summoned Israell Ambassador Josef
Tekoah on the authority of all members of the 15-nation council.
It seemed clear that Cuellar conveyed to Tekosh the displeasure of
Council members over parade plans. There were varying versions of how
stronan ane emssa >r Abdul Hamid Sharaf told newsmen that Cuellar
had read Tkonh a tet aprwo sa bi dl e runc m be aknctle mach

fit to warn Israel against holding the enormous parade ..."
WALDHEIM & JARRING TO PREPARE REPORT
UNITED) NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim
conferred for an hour and a half Frilday with his special Middle East
representative, G;unnar V. Jarring.
He summoned Jarring here from his post as Swedish Ambassador to
Moscow at the request of the Security Council, which has ordered a
full-dress review of the Middle East situation,
The review wats requested by Egypt during last week's Council debate on
the Israeli commando strike Into Lebanon. Jarring is expected to remain
here to help Waldhelm prepare the report.
LIBYA CHARGED WITH TRANSFERRING PLANES TO EGYYPT
PAR~IS, APRIL 281 (AP) French-built Mirage lets owned by Libya have
been transferred to Egypt in stages and are now based at Bent Suelf and
IVayoum air bases, Le Figaro newspaper reported Saturday.
An article quoting reliable sources in Paris said 18I jets arrived in
.Egypt early in April. They were preceded by the ground equipment
necessary for their operation.
The paper said that from Bent Suelf and Payoum in the Nile valley, the
jets could easily cover all of Israel and the Arab territories it conquered in
1967.
Officials at the Israell Embassy in Paris said the Figaro story chimed
with information Israel had provided the F'rench government. But they said
Ithe Embassy was not the! source of the report and they declined to confirm
or deny certain points not already made public by the Jerusalem
government,
th i I rnc soenmn n tThursday lgn rd the isal infor lton on

France has agreed to sell Libya I10 Mirages on condition that they are
not transferred to any country which took part in the 1967 war. israel
claims the presence: of the planes in Egypt is a violation of the embargt.
Le F~igro said Libyan transportt planes flew the ground equipment to
Egypt late in March. The Mirages went over early in April, with an
Intermediate stop of a few days in the eastern Libyan town of Tobruk.
SURPLUS WEAPONS FROM BIAFRAN WAR TO IRA?
HAMBURG, G;ERMANY (AP)-Surplus weapons from the Blufran war
are being smuggled from Nigeria to Irish Hrpublican Army guerrillas in
Northern Ireland, according to the G;erman magazine Der Stern.
"Theret are so many toys small weapons lying around in Nigeria that
I can't let the chance sip," G;erman arms dealer Guenther Leinhaeuser said
in the magazine's latest issue.
Ieinhauser is an owner of the freighter Cl~audia which was recently
seized off the irish coast with five tons of guns and explosives destined for
the IRA. Stern said the weapons were put on the ship at Tripoll.


barrdlly April 28, '1973.


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ARKANSAS and Louisiana wer.
declared drsaster areas by Ptreident
Nixon on Friday as flooding
continued along the 1,500-mile
course of the Mississippi River.
aThe Stiates of thot Iller b n
declared disaster areas as flood
waters covered millions of acres of
land from the river's upper reaches
in Illinois to the Gulf of Mexico.

of the fotted aens w Frdys ad
niauarnce Arkanesas an hoeutstwas
disaster areas, enabling federal
assistance.
The President said the flooding
had already caused SI47.5 million
at popert p lag aalonaeein eight
particularly hard hit. The situation
is expected to remain serious
through mid-June, particularly in
Louirsana and here in Mississilppi,"
Nixonarid in Meridian.
Flooding continued at certain
locations both in the North and the
soti1 zbutn the situatrienn d r
weather forecasts indicated mostly
clear weather for the weekend.
The National weather Service
said there was no rainfall along the
entire stretch of the Mississippi
Friday and it was expected to
remain dry on Saturday. A new
storm was expected to develop over

or ngng mo en rai ao te suw rn
portion of the Mississippi Valley
Sunday and Monday.
An el0 MILLIOO0 mi liR acros of
lad aps sMl und r water along th
tributaries.
milamage estimateslelxceeded $S2qo
agriculture, ex ected to be heavy its
southern states, won't be fully
known for mopths.
Here was the flooding situation
from north to south on Friday:
I e ndriRitverretopedt a mailrosal
with the Mississippi River at a new
upstream location.
Workers sandbagged culverts
atnt mpM o iat t break throne shn
Were floodwatetr to get past the
highway they would link up with
the lsrtsp rIlS miles neath of

Itbsankmend s nrusisku tdin e
there's no guarantee what will
happen." one official said.
The Missourl River dropped
nearly 10 Inches at St. Charles, but
was still 10 feet above flood stage
and water continued to pour into
residential areas of the city and into
rural areas. An estimated 40 per
cent of St. Charles County was
under water.
A HUGE LAKE
cOne persornd cwb toured "ohe
huge lake nearly 20 miles long and
to miles or more wide at the widest
point."
Flood fighters gave up their
battle to save Kaskaskla Island'
about 60 miles south of St. Louls.
when water ripped a 50-foot hole in
the ring levee. The corps of
engineers said the Island, home for
300 people, would fill with 16 to
II feet of water, inundating all
9,600 acres.
The Mirssssippi crested at
Winfield, Mo., and was to crest

actsn ofwter Imus oein pr
st. Louis every hour.
Sand bagging operations
continued at numerous locations,
with workers usingl snow fences,
sheet plastic, burlap, tree limbs and
other objects to help shore
waterlogged levees.
12 DAYS OF RAIN
The day dawned sunny and clear
in central Arkansas after 12
consecutive days of rainfall. Flood
waters receded In some municipal
areas and the Arkansas River was
falling at Little Rock and other
points
In I ouislana, the small town or
Vick was evacuated because of
8iin waterron the Red Rilveru At
I,700-foot-lons levee inside the
city. Six-foot-high mud walls were
being placed on top of levees alons
the Quachita River, which was at
44fle ad ao 6ex ected to crest
The office of emergency
preparedness said 3,000 families
have been displaced in Loulslana
because of high water. Lt. Gov.
dsme Fitzmorf rses ma r de a

The state estimated Friday that,
in addition to property and crop
losses, the state would lose about
$4 million in revenue from taxes,
r tilyfrombeaudecrease nin di


By Linda Deutsch
LOS ANGELES (AP)- The Judge in the Pentagon Papers trial
rladeds aovernmenco temr nuG GrdF~rida idsayingdth t
Howard Hunt Jr. burglarized te ofie of niel a ser'
psychiatrist to take Ellsberg's records.
U. S. district court judge to be made," he said, .to
dM topByre keserkt juhe dtrmine whether this could
in the trial of Ellsberg and constitutional rights of the
Anthony Russo, said word of defendants in this case or .
the possible burglary had come 1fayoeese inolved in this
in a secret ti to the U. S. ofanyoe e n
Justice Department, forwarded nit ygovernm nt prosecutor

memorandum. the material over to the
8 rne ordered ditan imme iae defendants, saying the Justice
investigation to find out Department did not believe it
whether the Ellsberg was necessary for them to see
psychiatric files were used in it. But when the jdge ordered
any way in the prosecution of the relatio i ediately, the
the Pentagon Papers Case. pros cutor iondiom resist.
Defense attorneys expressed A shaken Ellsberg asked for
shock, and~ Ellsberg's chief brief rcs f the court
attorney Leonard Boudin, said aesin rhe es oeure C
this could lead to a mistrial in told reporters, "I wish, as a
the four -month -of d citizen, that I felt surprised at
Cspionage-conspiracy-theft this I hear words like


WRk CO 8ater Rie

WASHINGTON (AP)- L. Patrick Gray III, Acting Director of
the Federal Bureau of Investigation, submitted his resignation
Friday as head of the nation's chief law enforcement agency.


The resignation came after
new disclosures that Gray
d tome n es ite f political
White House safe of Watergate
conspirator E. Howard Hunt
shortly after the bugging raid
last summer.

an ounacementmin a statehnte
handed to reporters. He was
not immediately available for
questioni g
"Serious allegations
concerning certain acts of my
own during the ongoing
Watergate investigation are
now a matter of public record
said Gray. "As a consequence,
I have today tendered my
resignation as acting Director
of the Federal Bureau of
In vestigation, effective
immediately."
NIXON'S DEMAND
Shortly after Gray made his
announcement, White Hfouse
puess secretary Ronald Ziet e

suggested President Nixon had,
in effect, ousted the FBI chief.
Ziegler, talking to newsmen
aboard Air Force One as it
brought Nixon back from a
ceremony at Meridian, Miss.,
said the President had a long
discussion about the Gray
matter Thursday night with
Atty Ge n. Richard
Kleindienst.
"The Attorney General, at
the President's request,
discussed this matter with Mr.
G;ray last night," said Ziegler.
a nothing further to say

Ziegler lter said he did not
intend to leave any
implications one way or the
other, about the circumstances
of Gray's departure
He said Nixon was informed
of Gray's resignation statement
during the flight back to



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PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA.
April 28 (AP)-American warplanes
and Cambodian gunboats have
pounded Communist positions on
the east bank of the Mekong River
across from Phnom Penh, providing
cover for two battalions of
government reinforcements sent to
rout the enemy.
Waves of U.S. BS2 bombers hit
targets Frtiday night and early today
I ss tra to m les frood wre the

The noise of the bombs and
artillery shells rattled windows and
doors in the capital but caused I~ttle
concern among the residents.
The military command said the
government troops were conducting
a counter-offensive to retake the
district town of O Chambat, less
than two miles from the besieged
provincial capital of Takeo. The
command said the enemy suffered
"heavy losses" while government
troops had one man killed and 17
wounded.
On Highway 3, the command
said, Communist troops launched
an attack against the provincial
capital of TrhammKhnar,h.241,t nl
government troops inflicted heavyy
casualties."
Across the border in South
V ietnam, Communist forces

poici negr th f ontetr ion fat
Hong Npu. The Saigon command
said the attack was repulsed, 2s
a emy troops and tou liSou h
25 Stlo as dier ere wounded.

sraIc fhtn sinc lst mnt
South Vietnamese forces have
launched an operation there in
efforts to clear the Mekong River
for supply convoys headed alons
teritomm nint-contronled 60-mile


Washington.
Under law, W. Mark Felt,

59,the pFu, aasms eco man
of the organization. Felt is a
career agent who joined the
Bureau in January 1942.
Gray's friend and homestate
sntor Lowel P. We cketh o
G;ray destroyed documents,
reportedly including forged
State Department cables, on
orders of Presidential aides
John D. Ehrlichman and John
W. Dean III.
Erblichman denied he
ordered the documents
destroyed, but said Dean had
given Gray some material from
Hunt's desk last June *
The Senate's assistant
majority leader, Robert Byrd,
called for Gray to resign
because of the new disclosure,
Gray's announcement came a
few hours later.

the desr ed dou tes Gr y
said the FBI has been in no
way involved in any of those
personal acts or judgments that
may now be called mnto
question and "my own
continued presence at the helm
must not be permitted to
create even the hint or
implication of involvement'
false though it is,
"The FBI deserves the full
trust of the American people:
that is bedrock and must
always remain so," he said..
He said of his resignation,
"This actibno is requirfatco

tpe serpu ation, imae integrity,
and the effectiveness of the
FBI.
"I depart from the FBI with
Clear conscience, te
knowledge that I have done my
duty as best I have been able to
see tat duy and with dt d th an
admiration and respect for the
men and women' of the FBI
that only one who has led
them and served wit tem can
ever fully understand. '
Weicker confirmed as
"essentially correct" accounts
saying the files destroyed by
Gray included phony evidence
against President Kennedy as
well as a dossier on his brother
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy '
(D-Mass.) and his 1969
automobile accident at
Chappaquiddick, Mass., in
whc a female secretary d edh

Weicker said he could confirm
on the basis of conversations
he has had recently with Gra '
said Gray kept the documents
in his apartment closet for
nearly a week before
dsroying tem.
Gray tore them up and
threw the remnants in a "burn
bag," in his FBI office, it was
said. Such bags are routinely
incinerated b y security
personnel.
Within three hours President
Nixon appointed William D.
Ruckelshaus, head of the
Environmental Protection
Agency, to replace Gray.
Senator Richard Schweiker
says if the White House is to
retain its credibility, President
Nixon must take decisive
action before the grand jury
hands down indictments in the
Watergate prP ny1vana

Republican told a Washington
news conference today Nixon
must clean out his White House
staff and hire a new structure
tha ma what Schweiker calls


a tonishd bsureprisled. I wobde

the past few weeks."
The defense team recently
has been involved in a dispute

d rument r linggtov nme ti
Ellsberg, refusing to say who
the psychiatrist is or where the
office was located, moved
away from the crowd of
reporters, saying only, "I
believe there are areas of
individual privacy not open to
the government, and this is one
of them "
Boudin said he was shocked
at the development. Russo's
chief attorney, Leonard
Weinglass, said, "I am amazed
but I shouldn't be "
In Washington, Silbert
re used tocomment, saying "I
,,l hv sa o ht n
the record.
Hunt, a long-time CIA agents
had been hired by the White
House to investigate the


The judge said the
development could involve a
violation of ElIlsbe rg's
constitutional rights and read
to attorneys andaspec ators t e

memorandum from Earl J.
Silbert, principal assistant U. S.
attorney in Washington. It was
addressed to Asst. Atty. Gen.
Henry E. Petersen. Silbert
refused comment Friday.
The memo said: "This is to
inform you that on Sunday,
April IS, 1973, I received
information that at a date
unspecified Gordon Liddy and
Howard Hunt burglarized the
office of a psychiatrist of
Daniel Ellsberg to obtain the
psychiatrist's files relating to
Ellse .sour-ce of the
information the memo
continued, "did not know
whether the file had a'n *7
material information or
whether any of the
information or even the fact of
the burglary had been
communicated to anyone
a ssoc i t ed with the
prosecution."
It was not immediately clear
whether anything was actually
taken.
NOW IN JAIL
Hunt and Liddy are both in
the District of Columbia jail.
Hunt pleaded guilty to and
Liddy was convicted of
conspiracy, burglary an
wiretapping in connection with
last summer's break-in at
Democrat ic Nation al
Headquarters. a un iso as

maximum sentence of 35 years
in prison, with a review of the
Sen ence a ter tree mort 5.
Liddy was sentenced to from 6
to 20 years in prison, with an
additional term of up to 18
months imposed after he
refused to answer certain
questions before a grand jury,
The memo read by Byrne
had been secretly submitted
to the judge late Thursday, but
he refused to accept it on the
secret basis. He gave
prosecutors time to consult
with the Justice Department
before ordering them early
Friday to turn the data over to
the defendants. Then Byrne
read the memo in open court.
"I am ordering investigations


Upper las and
an office with Lidd?
executive office


P pentagon
occupied
in the
building .


Have a


PARIS (AP)-North Vietnam
announced Friday it knows
nothing of more top-level
meetings on Vietnam between
HnryaA. Kissinger and Le Duc
House sources.
A statement by the North
Vietnamese embassy here said
"this report was made
unilaterally by the United
States. The embassy ... does
not yet have any information
on the, subject of this

mhe statement came as U.S.
and North Vietnamese
negotiators held their first
meeting here to discuss ways of
strictly implementing the

s enedaere threma monh ao
~. S. deputy assistant

rdhea y f state WI l

deputy foreign minister, met


for nearly S'h hours. They
decided to meet again Sunday.
The U.S. side declined
comment but Thach told
nwsnien: "Whehave discussed
al uses oftePris accord.

But the possibility of more
K sigr-Tho ngtais
**a sno been disnuse, h
added
White House sources said
We7 sdaywr theSu lvn- h c

ground for new negotiations
between Kissinger and Tho to
salvage the peace agreement. ._
tThere dwas no word from
oeithe si ei on whether d e

dm anedo a resumptionU o
reconstruction aid to North

Noth Vietnamesehaterlc


would be a condition for
further Kissinger-Tho meetings.
They said Hanoi also wanted
the United States to resume
dmbnrind Nor s Vietnam's
President Nixon ordered the
cutting off of the aid talks and
the demining operations on
April 19 because of alleged
Communist violations of the
agreement. Earlier this week
the United States told the 11
other governments which
e~naosd ah ceoit laccordmthat
troops and heavy weapons ipto
South Vietnam.
The Communists lodged a
similar protest against what

Vi namesai viol teons of th
accord. North Vietnam


acuee t e Uite mtats
"salbotaging" the peace.


NIXON NAMES RUCKELSHAUS nlo ~LRSPENTAGON PAPERS SHOCKC MiIllE CASE


Gray forced to quit S SIgy I Secret memo alleges gF 2-grAgig


BABY Boy

BUENOS A;IRES (AP)- A baby
boy, born five days ago with two
well-formed and responsibe heads
joined to a single body, died Friday
in a private c~lnic here.
The infant was delivered by
Ca sren csectiont unca man ah
flown here Thursday in an effort to
maintain the arfe or 's unique case
in the world," according to I)r.
Raul J. Schwan who performed thec
operatin mid both heads had aI
'strange beauty' and acted
independently, with both mouths
seeking food.
The parents were not identif'ied,
but the mother was known to be a
young sc ofl teacher an fh efathwr

employee in a Tucuman
commercial shop. They are the
parents of a normal three-year-old
daughter, sources reported.
Dr. Schwan said the pregnancy
appeared to be normal and X-ray?
at the seventh month indicated the
mother wouldwhbear twi s.dDr. Huho
operation, said the infant was born
at the end of the normal
nine-month period and was not
premature, bist he declined to
discuss the case any further.
IN GOOD HEALTH
At birth the baby appeared to be
so mheflh {on h its d chstive
said, but the mental processes were
so distinct that when one head
would cery the other would remain

Metntas si the doctor ad the
different than Sialmese twins, but
the single body made surgical
separation impossible.
Medical facilities for the rare case
were Inadequate in Tucuman, 750
miles north of Buenos Aires, and it
heas d sded taolbi ts e efnrt
the infant died Friday morning.
Earlier, fearing that the baby
might die soon, church and legal
authorities in Tucuman hurried to
b ptizke nd re iter It,t ht tiehodi
treat it as one or two persons.
The Rev. Emilio Andres tParrado,
s ohman Co hmlic priest smmoe
larchbt hp bedfore dedo r art persons. So he christened one head
Carlos Alberto and the other
Arturo.
For the legal registry, federal
judge Eduardo Lucio Varllejo said
under Roman law the two-headed
infant was two persons.
Whether the mother had taken
any fertility drugs remained
unknown.


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EDITORIAL

So it is


Lherre was to it. But the problem goes deeper than1 that.

sch oace living ninisa pli 1 biat realistic ael\ ..s rnaein whi h

pro ation is hiighily important. But it canl be a two-edged
sword

petiple .. ibi ny srac <. 1n a e t in pedre t t genaIre c ido d b
nature: with leadership and executive powers.
wo pog thelasta rcentuyheit was said h a onie peraritb au t
society was still living in the age of privilege.

per ent of an epl aepn etii ed witah qai~ties tat edc 1 o
Pestr gthe nd info awys believed that 5 percent is a more
likely figure. On thle basis of 5 percent, this gives us only 4,000
siopl ins the 1lhairmas who are capable of being trained for top
And so, trainable hiumian material is very scarce. But still
busn ss tepl ine (cxnecter t 1, (;vrne n acth oiv t inti
But ... with whoinf
As the Jamaican said ... "This is crazy, man"
It really is ... and it won t wotrk.
**+******
Like everything else in !le. education in a1 communitiui y can be
overdone.
When a government educatess" too, many people o~ut of their
natural environment ... or tooe many people who lack basic
qualities capable of application ... or too mnany people for jobs
that do not exist ... they create a frusl.trted class ... a lot of

p eole t o i l natpiec b f ptape h n t trnha ndsl eelihav b e

When ta happens ... a country has a human problem that no
lone can solve. *

This fact is being realized even in the great U.S. today where
many formerly wide-open professions have now become seriously
overcrowded ... where small towns are disappearing because their
youth are flocking to the cities in search of their fortune only to
become slaves to the wheels of industry ... where farms are being
abandoned and turned into areas for residential or industrial
development
Wherever this happens a people becomes a slave to the wheel of
industry and ordinarily independent. creative spirits turn to
plars
Do you knlow ... it is sad to see how the Bahama~s has led in so,
many thlings ... only to lose out in the end
Back in the days when the Bahamnian people lived happily
together in what is now described as a Fishing Village Economy.
we had sisal, sponge, pineapples, tomnatoes, citrus, a medicinal
bark found only at Atwood's Cay, logwood dyes, and conch
pearls.
One by one these sources of revenue were lost for reasons
beyond our control ... mostly as a result of competition thle
isleands1 t rd notr mpe tbe ause rdsprit c o soil, sehor aeg o
destroyed olur sponge beds and our citrus orchards at a timle
when there was a world market for these products.
*******rl
Theni came light industry. We were folr ahead of anyone in thle
West Indies in this formn of enterprise. The late lion. Donald
McKinney introduced it withi a Hill in the House of Assemnbly.
Labour costs killed it.
Jamiaica came in a long time afterwards. It has succeeded in
thiat island because plenty o~f cheap labour is available.
We were way ahead of any island resort in this hemisphere in
the tourist business. Nassau was thle "lin"' place where people of
qualirty gathiered for their vacations and spent money liberally.
This advantage has been killed by Immiiigration.
Barbados is now claimiing leadership in this business. Two large
hotels are now under construction in Balrbaldos.
Have it on good authority that one ofI Nassan's largest hotels
miight close dtown sho~rtly..
The mniagier of one of' the island's large hotels told a friend of
miine last summiiier that hie was ha~vingF a new experienced .... tle
house was full of guests but thiey were losing money because of
the low standard of tourists registered at hiis house. These people
did not patronli/e the bars and dinling rooms where a hotel makes
its profits.
Because of ourT tax structure thle Bahamais became a haven for
inivestmecnt and escapist capital.
This advantage hias been destro~yed by ;1n irrational immigration
pol icy.
The Bahamal~s Governmennt hiave sat onl a dunlghilll ... crm~ing
like a boastfu~l rooster ... while thiey hlave seen thle Caymnan Islanids
Profit by their mlistakes. There's a standinl g joke ini the Caymians
thiat they should credt a mnonumenti inl the public square to Arthulr
Hanna.
We were for. ahead of' Bernmll du inl racial relations but thle O)ld
Guard resisted legitiimate ref'ormi too long with the result thati
thiey wire overthirowni. Bermluda~ learnit fromu our mistake anJl has
buiilt a structure that hias emlbraced bothi races and shiut out
radical racial elements in thec island.
"*: '" :,*
As theJamaicn toldme "ts all crazy man".~


A THiOUGHT17 FOR TODAY
fTlic mol(re a man11 is edlucated, thle more is it necessary. for thle
\\elfare of thle Stat e. to inst ruct hiim how to mlakee a proper use of
hiis tarlents. liducation is like a double-edged sword. It may be
turnied to dangerous usages if it is noit properly hiandled.
WU TING;-FANG;


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Saturday April 28, 1973.

W~hr tribune
Nvu~rus ADDICTUS JmURAE IN VERBA MAGISTR
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH. Publisher/Editor r 03j 1 914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Pubitsher/Editor I 917- I972
Contributing Editorl1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publildser/Editor 1972
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AN ASSOCIATEI Press new dsdpatt under the caption
"Jamaica Re-examnines Its Work Permit Law" was recently
pu ise i he Toribrfansepeech at a dedication ceremony of the
Alcoa Minerals Alumina plant at Hlalse H-all, Clarendon, a
mid-island parish, Prime Minister Michael Manley reaffirmed the
entic novernn ent's positive attitude towards foreign
"I want to make it absolutely clear that we appreciate the
trmern nuts par that foreign naspital ha~s ale,' ina 'rngn ec n
not have achieved what we have done were it not foir the
Isubstant al prets1 cicn t frin cpil cinvolein r i hs dnle a
providing a major injection of modern technology.',
In this statement Mr. Manley recognizes two important facts.

And sitodl, that thsimd teds fosrcign axpic rience to make the
capital work successfuly.illy.4,

Prime Minister Pindling has made many speeches about the
importance of foreign capital to the Bahamnas. But the need for
foreign experience to back up investment was seriously ignored
by the Ministry of Home Affairs under the Hion. Arthur Hanna.
*******
All through the West Indies today governments have a
programmei to advance the interests of their own people by
demanding jobs for the natives in fields from which they were
formerly excluded.
This is a legitimate aimn which is fully endorsed by every
reasonable person, and widely hailed by all levels of life among

t n at e s u pth i s u e p n s a n n

could gather the knowledge and experience to fill most, if not all
the major posts in a small nation. *
IBut, by thle samle token, a people who~ are in too great a hurry
... who want to nin before they can creep ... stand in danger of
destroying themselves. a n n

Now let us see thle difference between the way the Immigration
Act is admiinistered in Jamnaica and the way it has been
administered in the Bahamas.
A few weeks ago I met a Jamnaican in the lobby of' the hotel
where I am staying. I identified him by his accent and went up
and talked with himi. It could be only a brief conversation
because hie was checking out. But we talked long enough for me
to extract some information fr~om him.

"What are you doing here?" he asked mec whecn he found out I
had been in this hotel several mlonths-
I told himn.
He had heard about the way the immligration Act was being
admiinistered by Mr. Hanna in Nassau.
"In1 Jamlaica," he said, "we feel that your G~overnmnent mTust be
crazy.
"You have yo~ur Jamnaicanization programmen too," I said.
"Hetilow d ay < cedure." he saidt. firstt of all. we apply to the
Labour D~epartmlent for a person. If the Labour D~epartmnent
hasni't the person we need onl its lists, we then advertise in the
Press. If we thecn do not find our mian. thecn we apply to the
Ministry for permission to bring in a mnan. There's no problems.
The permission is almost automaticc"
"We hlave the samle procedures," I told hlim. "But1 after we hlave
fulfilled all the requirements, we are still told to find a Bahamnian.
I have proved to thle Minlistry that nlo Bahlamianl has some of the
skills anid experience I require. I have asked theml to help me find
such a person if they kno~w he exists. Their reply has been:
'That's your problems, not ours'."
"That's crazy, mian!", the Jamnaican business man exclaimed.
"Why," hie said, "in Jamaica, even if a mian with the qualifications
applies and I can give good reason why I dolm't want to employ
hiim. I am still allowed to bring in a foreigner.
"Thlat's good sense," I agree .

Jamiaica has hiundreds of thiousanids of people who are
unemployed. Most of these people exist by snatching what food
they can scrounlge from a fertile soil. Poverty is widespread in
Jamiaica.
One would expect thtat. Iromn such a Ilarge unemployed force, it
would be possible to find mecn to fill all the jobs in Jamlaica.
But still that government recognizes the need for "a major
injection of foreign technology" in thle island s economy.
Business mlen are still allowed to bring in foreign staff' whecn it is
needed.
The Gleanecr managers all right because every ycur it takes on a
number of college graduates for training. F~romll this group tle
publishers find mecn to staff' their newspaper.
These people are not available inl Nassau. Whecn they comie out
of college thecy are made to feecl thiat they are enititled to major
positions right from thle beginning.
And if they were available we could niot use thenii because
under Mr. lianna's admiinist ration of Immlligrat~ionl. we were not 1
allowed any staff for training purposes. We haive been able to
keep going because a7 few of oulr staff hlave beenl loya~l beyondlt tle
call of duty.

By contrast within Jamiaica. thie Bahamuis hias been a Counlry' of
over-en ployini and. I tiiarenvery slli el pol~laicr, I lal I'l c

Statistics shlow that motre than half thiis niumbehr ;Ire chlildlrenl. This
means an adult working population of` no mlore thanII 'l)0.000
people who thle government feels canl adm~inister a compllllicatecd
multi-billion dollar economy.
Perhaps this would be possible if merely counting hecads was~il :I


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PM'S $8,000

TO CHARITIES

PRIME~ MINISTERK Lynden
(1 Pindling presented c~heqlues
totalling 58.000 to thle
Kanful Ione nor ('hi::;
Ilostel at his office Wednesday

mr cends of his Brthdy was
held in March at the C'rown
Balrdo Iaodf lith< L~oews

MIn mna ng the p csactntio~ns
the largest sum of money that

cart ae{ ne trim ent t atah
\vas hap that ht publ t wa
affairs such as these. Hie also
thanked Sidney Poitier, ITony
Knie an'itphe Kan ers ao
giving of their time and effort
for what he termed his biggest
Birthday Ball held so far.
Receiving cheques on behalf
of the organizations were Mrs.
lldwin Woodruff and D~ean
W'illiam Granger respectively.
Pictured during the
presentation ta e (leet eo n h

Sedretariat; Dean G~ranger, Mrs.
Woodruff, Mr. Pindling, Sen.
air Hon. Drth Drstdoahns~oa i
committee, Mr. Leander
Minnis, member of the
committee, and Mr. Berne
Evans, Deputy Chief of
Protocol, Independence
Secretariat. Mr. Strachan and
Mr. Evans are also members of
the Birthday Bal' Clommittee.

('o rer,mUrsl blToa ey, uniin
Kelly,n Shirley ooper, Mde


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Wednesday Fmily Service 0 fOi 1|8O W iS S 00 0



HIGHLAND PARK DOLPHIN DRIVE -- North of Y.W.C.A. only hope for survival as an independent nation," Bimini and West End representative Henry


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C. W. Sands will sell at the parking lot immediately to the west of the
Dupuh ad Tunclest builingon irey tret. 1t I noon onl
Dulda che aIdst.T rIn Ll 3 bil 0 loileS pri rt tret,

All that piece parcel or lot of land situate in Fox Hill or
Sandilands Village in the Eastern District of the Island of New
Providence being lot No. 35 of the Foxdale Subdivision which said
piece parcel or lot of land is bounded on the North by lot No. 34 of
the said Sutbdivision and running thereon One Hundred (100) feet on
the East by a road reservation Forty (40) feet wide in the said
Subdivision and running thereon Forty (40) feet on the Southeast by
junction of two (2) road reservations inl the said Subdivision and
running thereon Fourteen and Fourteen hundredths (14.14) feet on
the South by a road reservation Thirty-six (36) feet wide in the said
Subdivision and running thereon Ninety (90) feet and onl the West by
lot number Thirty-Six (36) of the sa~id Subdivision and running fifty
(50) feet.
Mortgage dated the 29th. January 1969 Allen Livingston Butler to
Finance Corporation of Bahamas Limited. Recorded in Volume 1387
at pages 378 to 385.

All that lot of land situate in the Southern District of the island of
New Providence in the Subdivision called and known as Kennedy's
Subdivision laid out in accordance to the plan thereon prepared by
R. Warren &r Assoc. Ltd. and recorded in the Registry of Records in
Volume 1083 at page 499 being Lot Number Two Hlundred and
Fifty-nine (259) of the said subdivision together with appurtenances
thereon belonging but subject to the Restrictions herewith made
between Highview Development Comnpany Ltd. of the one part and
the Borrower of the other part about to be recorded in the Registry
of Records.

Mortgage dated 31st. October, 19)68 Henry James & Carnetta V.
Ellis to Finance Corp. of Bahamnas Limited. Recorded ini Volumle
1362 Pages 75 to 81.

All that piece parcel or lot of land being Lot Numiber Two
hundred and Ninety-three (293) on the plan of the Subdivision called
and known as "Sunshine Park Estate" laid ouit by Charles Williamn
Sands and situated on the Western Side of Baillou Hill Road
approximately 1500 feet South of the junction of Carmichael Road
and the said Baillou Hill Road in the Western District of the said
Island of New Providence and which said piece parcel of lot of land is
bounded on the South partly by a road Twenty five (25) feet wide
on the said Plan and running thereon Twelve and Five Tenths (12.5)
feet and partly by the said Road on the said Roadt on the saiid plan
and running thereon twenty-five (25.0) feet Southwardly by a
culdesac along the said road on the said plan and running thlereon7
Nrineteen and Six' tenths (19.6) feet on~ the west by lot Number two
hundred and~ N~ilety'four, (394)~ q;the.said;planl anIJ runnlingl thereon
seventy-two (72.0) feect on the North by lot Nu~mber Two hundred
and eighty four (284) on the said Plan and running thereon F~ifty
(50) Feet and on the East by lot Number Two hundred and
ninety-two (292) on the said plan and running thereon :7ighty-four
and Five Tenths (834.5) fect."

Mortgage dated 1st. May 1968 Isabelle E~lizabeth Garland to
Finance Corp. of Bahamnas Limnited. Recorded in Volume 1264 Pages
406 to 413.

All that lot of land situiate in the Southern District of the Islalnd
of New Providence in the Subdivision called Kennedy's Subdivision
laid out according to the plan thereof prepared by R. Warren &r
Assoc. Limited atnd recorded in~ the registry of records inl Vol~ume
1083 at page 499 being Lot number Two hundred and Eighty-two
(282) of the said Subdivision.

Mortgage dated 1st. day of April 1969 Dencil E'gbert itanlna to
Finance Corp. of Bahamas Limited. Recorded in Voluime 142,7 at
pages 289 to 295.
The above sales are subject to a reserve price and to thle right for the
Auctioneer or any person on his behalf to bid up to that price. Terms:
10% of the purchase price at thle timle of sale an~d balance on
completion.


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N~lassau Christian anrd Missionary Addressing delegates at
L38 ALAIACE CHUIRCH Mount Zion Bapti r Gurch,
Sermon Subjects f or Sunday said that the Bahamas as a
~March 25, 1973. nation, "and our democratic
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building way of life could not survive
Dolphin Drive st John F. Kennedy Drive without the active support of
Worship Hour 11 a.m. Gospel Hour 7*30 p.m. I teolchueches aond th rd e
"Sabbatical Message" Afteresurr ecti n', ilveadr ntegvrment o hital
process.
Evangeligal Interdenominational International Although he did not
Weldon B. Blauckford. Mi**este r .O. Boxr N8313 Phone: (Hdll) 3-4082 advocate a marriage of church

a pres ntatteivethsaid he ouse
believe that there should
Ill IIII certainly be a friendly
g gggg c o- x istence and an
inter-dependence between
On Soldier Road & Old Trail government and the religious
ga establishment. "In our
S- SERVICES - -- independent Bahamas I believe
SSUJNDAY: Bible School 10:00 a.lru. that government and the
Preachmsl 11 .m. &7:30 p.m./ church should forge ahead.
WEDNESDAY: Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. shoulder to shoulder, hand in
FRIDAY: Youth Meeting 7:30 p.m. hand, and work together for
the ultimate benefit of all the
Pastor H. MILLS Ph. 5-1339 P.O. Boxe N3622 people.


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fR~flOM SINGER


FEATURES AND CUSTOMER BENEFITS

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Saturdgpri 28 1973.


Bowen told members at the opening of the G day.


and the ripening shall
symboize the poiial, o*ial
people."
Mr. Bowen said there was a
school of thought in the
country and in certain other
sbsctr bd to the di tumw th
Christians should not become
involved in politics.
The House representative
considered this belief
d ngerous as suc ancondit on
our society a world of harm.
SHe felt that churchman and
non-churchman alike must
work together for a better
Bahamas.
Referring to the Convention
theme "I must work Mr.
Bowen noted that if a man was
satisfied with his surroundings
he would not work, and if he
did not work he would decay
and wither.
lie quoted Thomas A.
Edison who said: "Restlessness
is discontent and discontent is
the first necessity of progress.
Show me a th rou hly satisfied
failure."
Mr. Bowen said he equated
restless ess 1wthathabesr t
clear to him that members of
the various churches in the
Grand Bahama Baptist District
were indeed a very restless
group of people.
Grand Bahama Baptists had
built some of the finest
chur hes to belfound anywt r
congregations formed the
backbone of most of the
self-help and charitable
organizations found in the
country today.


"I contend that what
happens in the H~ouse of
Assembly is the people's
business, and a minister of
religion cannot properly serve
G~bd by staying away from the
people and staying aloof from
the trials and tribulations of
the people any better than a
politician can serve the people
by staying way from God.tht
politician and minister come
together. "There must be a
meeting efth ways, and w

year of national independence
will be presented with a golden
opportunity to set an example
for the rest of the world to
follow in church-state
relationship.
MUST BLOSSOM
blsc "aheelat onship mu t
first blossom in all its glory and
splendour in Grand Bahama,
and then it shall bear fruit and
ripen; and the fruit will
represent the Bahamian people,


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at 137. She was awarded a
scholarship to the Academy of
VIocal Arts where she studied
for five years as the youngest
puh ll ever admitted to the
She is a graduate of Temple
University, where she earned a
Bachelor's degreeofin mu s

School, where she received her
Master of Music degree with a
major in voice.
She has appeared as a soloist
for a celebration of the United

Orchestra in Carnegie Hall.


BAHAMIANS AT
the Tom Skinne
Crusade for Christ a
Adderley High

bentr led tbh the
voice ofso istC J

members.
Jov began piano
violin e oei ht ad v


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Dated This 18th. day of April 1973. A.D).


For information prior to the auction call 23921


C. W. STANDS
Public Auctioneer.


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IT'S YOUR THIN@ end


WHI DO IT AVERY~ NISHT


N 0TICE

ESCTHATE OF TE L E


Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
Estate areo eque tedde ton ndnthe snm d l
31st day of May next.

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


HIGGS &r JOHNSON



ndTIET C O n CONS C AI
Act 1968
It is hereby notified that the Crown claims to be
the legal and beneficial owner in fee simple of all
those three pieces or parcels of land firstly,
secondly and thirdly described below situate in the
vicinity of Carmichael Village and on both sides of
Carmichael Road in the Western District of the
,Isl and of New Providence one of the Bahama
I lands, that is to say

ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Four Hundred and Twenty-five (425) acres or
thereabouts situate on the Southern side of
Carmichael Road as aforesaid and bounded
NORTHWARDLY by the said Carmichael Road
SOUTHWARDL Y by Miller Road or Cow Pen
Road EASTWARDLY by a road Fifty (50) feet
wide leading from Carmichael Road to Miller or
Cow Pen Road aforesaid in the vicinity of G~olden
Isles Dairy and WESTWARDLY partly by the
said Carmichael Road partly by Carkter Hill Road
and partly by lands used by the Lazaretto or
howsoever else the same may abut and abound
which said piece or parcel of land is shown
bordered Pink on the plan on record in the Land
and Surveys Department and marked "Carmichael
Village Claim" SAVE AND EXCEPT those areaS
together containing Sixty-five (65) acres or
thereabouts shown coloured Blue on the said plan.
Secondly
A LL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Twenty (20) acres or thereabouts situate on the
Northern side of Carmnichael Road as aforesaid and
bounded EASTWARDLY partly by Gladstone
Road and partly by lands now or late of Lawrence
Lightbourne SOUTHWARDLY by the said
Carmichael Road and partly by Adelaide Road anrd
NORTHWARDLY and WESTWARDLY by other
lands of the Crown or howsoever else the same
may abut and abound which said piece or parcel of
land is shown bordered G~reen on the plan asS
aforesaid SAVE AND EXCEPT those araS
together containing Four (4) acres or thereabouts
shown coloured G~rey on the said plan*
And ThirdlY
ALL THAT piece or parcel of land containing
Three (3) acres or thereabouts situate on the
Northern side of Carmichael Road as aforesaid and
bounded NORTHWARDLY by lands now or late
of Da Costa Williams SOUTHWARDLY by the said
Carmichael Road EASTWARDLY by land now or
late of Harry Black and WESTWARDLY by lands
now or late of the Church of England which said
piece or parcel of land is shown bordered yellow
on the plan as aforesaid SAVE AND EXCEPT that
area containing Sixty hundredths (0.60) of an acre
or thereabouts shown coloured Mauve on the said
plan.
2. A plan of the said land marked "Carmnichael
Village Claim" may be inspected free of charge
during normal business hours at the Lan~ds and
Surveys De~partment, Nassau.
"Carmichael Village Claimu" may be inspected free
of charge during normal business hours at the
Lands and Surveys Detpartmnent, Nassaul.
3. Any person claiming title in fee simple to tre
said land or any part thereof murst file a notice of
his objection to the claim of the Crown. if this has
not already been done, withr thle Comnmissioner at
oheSuprm Cutco oPf Bo 7167, Nalssau. on~ or
M. J. THOMPSON
Commissioner.


Li~rwlrsene (Qribetn 1.


ihms onn, Ar n ta t

S~idne Minus, Superintender
Super itendent Su enrt end

Adolphus E. Ellis, Deputy
Superintendent John A.
Sherman Deputy
Superintenn nt Ao ss ta

Superintendent Alphonso
Marshall As si stant
Superintendent Fletcher A.
Joh ason Ass is tant
Superintendent James A.
Allen, Assistant Superinten-
dent Samuel A. Williams,
Deputy Superintenden pCyrt
Superintendent Keith V.
Mason Assistant
Assa Sup rintendentSpdtnrt
Randolph P. Worrell, Assistant
Superintendent Howard V.
Sweetin g, A ssis tan t
Superintendent Oscar Hi.
Sa wyer, Assistant
Superintendent Summer G.
nananniter at issta t
Gittens, Chief Inspector
Dustan C. Babb, Inspector
Cheisterfield Byo~ergaa
Sergeant John C. Knowles.


WATER PI..MPS

P. O. BOX 6275-TELEPHONE21-8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.


REPORT OF INDEPENDENT AUDITORS


ROSETTA ST REET

TWOMDOORS WASVTE OF


The Board of Directors and Stockholders
First National City Corproration:

We have examined the consolidated statement of condition of First National City
Corporation and subsidiaries as of December 31, 1972, the related statements of income,
changes in capital accounts and changes in financial position for the year then ended, and
the consolidated statement of condition of its wholly-owned subsidiary, First National City
Bank and subsidiaries, as of December 31, 1972. Our examination was made in accordance
with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests of the
rccourtng cords and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the
In our opinion, such financial statements present fairly the financial position of First
National City Corporation and subsidiaries at December 31, 1972, and the results of their
operations, changes in capital accounts and changes in financial position for the year then
ended and the financial position of First National City Bank and subsidiaries at December
31, 1972 in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis
consistent with that of the preceding year.



Janufary 16, 1973.


Saturday April 28, 1973.


A 22-year-old Parker Street bus

drrv~er aac and rft kn

mgin cf a Cir d

laeysdy a ternoon.
Phillip W~hyms was remanded
in custody by Chief


Margistrate Wilton Hercules
a oer he pled 5 ot lt





Constable Mortimer was
standing at the corner of


Auust hdy sePolhenius

hiees poliewaran e ard
Poic ares mvn conucin
Sin uidenturseso mhto te me





t lo 31 a polic e officers incl dig
thes Comsinroolice onran ca
Aprie 13 Te mendals wer
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Commissioner ofPaul R.


Armed robber is


86Bt to prison


for six year s

G;EORGE SMITH, accused of the armed robbery of the East
Bay Street Esso Service-centre, near the Pilot House Club, last
year was sentenced to six years in prison on Friday.
The sentence, handed down
by Mr. Justice Samuel Graham, basement cell on April 4 when
had been deferred to a later h.aogwt i tes
wh n rmit htd ureandese gt csaobe {add lotkod thpolice
to the offence at the opening in" a oilet.
of the Supreme Court Assizes. Mr Justic~e Graham further
Hie had been jointly charged deferred sr-ntencing in the case
with Philip ("Polka") Humes of Mur'phy Scavella, a
of committing the offence. 33->ear-old Gregory Town,
)lumes, who is still at large. )e hra resident who had
escaped from a Supreme Court purlade gilty to a charge of
$44,561 WRIT AGAINST April I ihmatt aeo
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL The offence allegedly
A SUIT, seeking payment occurred on January 28 and
for damages, has been filed Mr. Justice Graham had
with the Registrar of the ordered Scavella remanded in
Bahamas Scpreme Court on custody for medical

a d t am ( nt a ct r a e ai s Cr bo n I n d k g r w



beafoftet eomp bed th lae Il be s nt d at at
Ia fim of PutieAdderley an laterudate epnle osre
amount is for monies owed on during the sessions are
work done at the hotel. expected to return to court
Mndnaymfo nh agiag g ofA

a~~v. FREEPORT mai.n so'":anofecassiang

ATHENE CIRnUISailashi 08d f ahttelmiing to 2mur~der
South Florida residents and year in a shooting and stabbing
v srotisiv will replace the incident on Farrington Road.


NOT C
TO WHOM IT MA CONCERN

Land at Long Island known as "Comez" located
immediately north of Gray's Land on west side
of street. This land is owned by Errol Fox and
C. A. Wells and therefore cannot be sold by
anyone else. Anyone who thinks they have any
interest in this land please contact owners.

Signed: ERROL FOX and
C. A. WELLS
summemmmmmmememememmm J


Ot the


FORI 'N AFT LOUNOE

OF THE



open 9:30 til 2:00 a.m.

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soon-to-depart Freeport I,
Jearhry Granye vice p eidenth o
announced.
The Ariadne, renamed Bon
Vivant will be placed in service
April 29 immediately following
Freeport's last scheduled
cruise, thus assuring no
disruption of service to Nassau
adoFepr t, Gr d Bahama
The Ariadne has been
purchased by Libco, a
sL iday ra INew York-based
in south Florida under charter
to Bahama Cruise Lines.
She is expected to remain in
Florida-Bahama service
through mid-May when she is
'scheduled to be transferred to
- se vicehin te Meds erane ines

presentlyE is negotiating with

aor a ermunn Fre ptit II
replace the Freeport I which
has been sold to the Birka
Lines of Finland.


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CONDITION


Assets
Cash and Due from Banks ..................

U.S. Treasury and Federal Agencies .. .. .. .. ... .
State and Municipal .................... .....
O their ........................ ..........
Trading Account Securities ..................................

Feea unsSl an Securit es Prchased Under Agreements o Resell
Customers' Acceptance Liability ..............................
Premises and Equipment .............. ... ......
Other Assets . .. ... .. . ... . ....... .. . ..
Total. .............. ..... ....... ..

Liabilities

Dernand Dep sits i Dosmesti Ofesices . ........ . . .
Deposits in Overseas Offices ..... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Total Deposits ................... .........
Federal Funds Purchased and Securities Sold
oUner nAdsr emreot eo ca
Acceptances Outstanding .. .... . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . .
Accrued Taxes and Other Expenses ............................
o their Liabilities .......... ........ ..........
Unearned Income . ... .. .. ..... ... . ... . . ..

Ra*er*e
Reserve f or Possible Losses on Loans .. .. ..... ..... .. .


Capital Accounts
Capital Stock ($20.00 par in 1972; $13.50 par in 1971) $638,191,000
Outstanding Shares: 3 1,909,553 in 1972. 26,909,5 53 in 1971
Surplus . ..... . ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 638,532,000
Surplus Representing Convertible Capital Note
Obligation Assumed by Parent Corporation .. .. .. I14,244,000
Undivided Profits ... . ... .. .. .. ... .. .. ... 329,857,000
Unallocated Reserve for Contingencies . .. .. . ..
Total . . . . . .. .


December 31, 1972
$7,195,750,000

1,405,894,000
854,125,000
691,931,000
440,193,000
21,0 523000

633,787,000
287,743,000
926,941,000
533,543,775 ooo




12r479 273 000
$27,750,5192,000


842,590,000
511,264,000
144,195,000
143,979,000


305,472,000


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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
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Bus driver pleads not guilty to robbery


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from West Palm Beach
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
SFlyer for West Palm Beach
ARRIVINe TOMORROW
Song of. Norway, Sun Viking
from St. Thomas, Virgin Is.
SAILING TOMORROW:
ronMI iNorway, Sun Viking

SUN*
Rises 5:38 a.m.
Sets 6:38 p.m.
MOON:
Rises 2:26 a.m.
Sets 2:34 p.m.
TIDES:
High 3:33 a.m. and 4:03


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The following are
D ecember, I973.


authorized electrical contractors for the year ending 31st


THREE PHASE


Adderley
Adderley
Albury
Archer

Bain
Butler

Cam bridge
Clardfige
C.leare

DeSouza
Darling

Edwards
Garlanis

Hepburn
Johnson
Johnston

Jones
King
Mabon
Marllory
Miller

Mingo

Munroe

Neymour
Patton

Ritchie
Saunders
Scott
Storr
Stuart

Taylor
Taylor

Thompson
Williams
Wray


Bruce

Cleophas E.
Wycliffe A.
Leonard
1 ames
Alfred D. W.

H-arcourt
Well ington
Luther

Williamr~ H.
K. S.

Jonas A.
Clifford

Steve A -

Dudley W.
William

Geoffrey S. H.
Garnet

T.
Alfred
Calvin
Lucine


A. J.
J. Wesley

Simeon E.

Alfred V.
A. E.
Daniel L.
Henry
Gideon

C. H.
Donald R.

David G.
DaCosta
Hopeton B.


P. O. Box 2330 G.T.
P. O. Box 2183

P'. O. Box N-1877
P. O. Box 4806
P'. O. Bo 14339 F.H
P. O. Box N-7631

G;regory Town -
I leuthera P. O. Box 2531
P. O. Box 4753

P. O. Box N-789 2
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Low 9:38 rn n 01
p.m. am n 01


DAY OF RECOLLECTION
FOR YOUTH

A DAY of Recollection for
Youth will be held on Sunday,
May 6, at Xavier's College. It
will begin at 11 a.m. and end at
4 p.m. Rev. Preston A. Moss
will conduct the conferences
an the youn people fromdthe
attend.


1


Clothes make the man,


but not wife's clothes

leb l and kw~ i tir Ylaaa moty AeMt U
and the he told mr he gar tL awa. lge, I marde g
quart of baBcY hn Mq a p thrwf r fresr, rang
be has rird given awa a goos.

when I am Ou~t phrylag ends New I look my jewelry 7
whesn I lesw the house I dea't haewI what he is gliag t
gie aowa next.
I cant divorcehi beca useY I thinke he is slh Deat
send me a peronal repl because he somade~m thows
away al the, mai l wtimit eye opedag L.
I tol my son [be a ]~~~~~IIIL abrout Msr fathm'' s*.
tion, lad in sad: "It's Ms age, M. Yanrt' hav rto ach
him."
lust I stay hoe s Iboursn a day and watah bhim Fm a
ervrous wreakd weededag wEEhat he wW do nse
HIEB WaraE L Psa.ADIE*IMA
DEAR WIFE: Year husbaa fe elevIsasy met or we, e,
either no ww m else mucst wL ra hr Ma atm ber a dy
It's clear that he shealt st to lreft alae.

DEAR ABBY: I wnut to thank you for an1 ide I got

Rrenm b y yor lun a seal Rr was t mo
On my 18th Mrthday I seat my fma rna den recs
apresing my love rad appavelato for putting up with me
aHl thw pals Dad said wbr he ab gt the Rowe rrs sh w
ra taaha rh rol ight dowlltasad mirid.
PIMM anation it agala, Abay. Snse at your readrs
might han alseedl it TRIED fIT AD IJEDa fIT
DBAR TRIED: It's aeatiassed Net a pat does
11 )m**ha Ms etO "leve andl apprelties" t
peassisr artim6 weeM be seatelet to move thm a


Huntingi for fun? It's here.
Andre Coldl Duck. A happy
blend of fine champagne
and sparkling hurgundy.
With deep pink bubbles
to tickle your tongue
with a surprisingly
refreshing taste.
Serve Cold Duck
when the flocke gets
together. But make
it the best Cold
Duck. Make it
AndnlCold DuckI

Now arvailable
in the
Baha mas
BUY IT
chilled from
your favourite
liquor store.


SINGLE PHASE
Wilfred D.

Samuel O.
William M.

Benson
Willard
Lawrence

M~ervin R.

Logan

Rudolph
Le~on

Oswald

Randolph

Louis E.
Kenneth

G~arfield
Lawrence D.C.

Edward ;.

Leon A.

Vernal A.
B. A.

Cecil M.
Howard A.
Robert

Hugh

John A.
Ronald E.

Jethu O.
Thomas R.
Ambrose
Wilfred

Stephen
Frank A.
Ivan H.


Michael


Buckles

Brennen

Bullard

Carey
Cleare

Coleby

Darling
DeCosta

Douglas
Duvalier

G;ardiner

Humes

Iphill
Ingraham

Johnson
Jones

Knowles

Laing

Major
Malone

Miller
Miller
Moncur

O'Brien

Pintard
Pra tt

Sands

Sands
Smith
Sullivan

Symonette
Thompson
Thompson


Thompson


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P. O. Box 1877
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P. O. Box 1503
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G;ene~ral Post Office
P. O. Box 1148
P'. O. Box 512
Marsh Harbour, Abaco

P'. O. Box 1190


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&hudrv A#il 28. 1973.


By Abigail Van Buren

DEAR ABBY: I hrae been married to t~ man for 38
years. We have four grown children, and let me taB you
right of f the bt, my husband has nowe~mbhtlu temndenis
whatsoever. He is AM, man, but he likes to wear mF0 fi
rie.
First he asked if he could boneow my pcantyhose. I
could understand that because it was wintertlaw and pnty-
hose do help to keep the legs and body wacrm. Thn he
started weadtng my nylon nighties, and it waes tilB winter.
Thatuzed me.nI was hospitalised, I looked for my long,
satin-quilted housecoat lad found it la HWL clohes closet, as
he has been wearing that, too.
Does he have a problem? DONT UISE MY NAMEI

wDeA OL: meM bpr as may be tartfb
wear women's clothes. And he wea't have a pubble aless
you give him one at home, or he tries to masquerade la
public where It is agalast the law.

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married 52
years, but the last year, since my huband's TRth birthday,
he has been acting funny. For one thing, la thinksl every
lady who looks at him is trying to vamp him. [Not only
elderly widows, but young married womn.c]
He also has been giving things awaY. For Intance,~ I


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Able to compose own correspondence and
work with a minimum of supervisittl. .
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These AK(C Registered Dogs Now in Stock


MINISTER of Tourism, can7 you get bC *
Cleen Maynard said e
Thursday that the success of 8 lOt for $3,900.00?
Goombay Summer '73 will
depend on the full involvement 'I,
of the Bahamian people.
Speaking at a meeting at the
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel
to mark the official launching a ~ f
of the summer programme, Mr. I
Maynard said: "Goom bay
Summer takes on a very special
significance to all of us in the `9 ~ I
Bahamas this year, for this is
our first year of Independence P* ~ 9
and Goombay Summer '73 will
be the first major tourism
promotion we will conduct as
an independent nation."
Mr. Maynard emphasized
that Bahamians should be
aware that "the world is
watching us as we emback on
our new venture of
nationhood." He said this was
one of the major reasons why
this year's Goombay Summer
festival should be "bigger and
better than ever."
He noted that 1972 saw
tourism usgures in the Bah....
soar to an all-time high of
1,511,826 visitors. And of that
total 430,023 came for Yes, the living is nice and easy when you have sion for parks, playgrounds, schools and even
Goombay Summer '72. "This a homesite at Pinewood GardensI a beautiful 13-acre shopping center! Our low
makes it increasingly evident A lot of working Bahamian families have price includes Government-approved utilities
that Goomnbay Summer, as a discovered how smart it is to begin buying such as roads, water and electricity that will be
year-to-year programme is here themselves land and to stop paying the installed, and once you take this important
to sta '" he sa dav ance landlord! So, what are you waiting for? Now's step, you can have title deed to your own
successful programme for our the time to see Pinewood Gardens, Nassau's homesite within 60 days after full payment.
summer business, it will take a newest Government-approved sub-division, lo- So, the time you can afford to be lazy is
fresh effort from year to year cated just minutes from downtown Nassau. after you've bought your homesite not now!
to keep the travel market and You'II see how really beautiful it is, surrounded Now is when you should come out and see
the travel trade thinking by magnificent pines, and you'll realize just beautiful Pinewood Gardens, the total com-
positively about Goombay how amazing our low price is! There's provi- munity for the future!
Summer as the answer for a
s~ummedr vacationn" Mr.
Here minded members of Yu euiuh:: 0.
the hospitality industry present
that it will also talke renewed 4
effort on the part of all or a low ndper
Bahamians to keep interest down palyment%7 ofd only 1 week i
within the islands at a high
peak.
from its iept end poo ing AW MIGY
at the future summer
promotions the Minister said: a
"The year 1971 was the year
we tested the programme. The ore a a
year 1972 saw improvement
.~h ment. And 1973he q,, PINEWNOOD GARDENS LIMITED, CHAR LOTTE HOUSE Pnwod GaGdeetonnvens tou a am
improvement and further (MAIN F LOOR) homesite in a beautiful residentcial area.
refinement. And 1974 will be a TELEPHONE 23851 (5 fines), CHARLOTTE STREET OFF SHIRLEY STREET See Pinewood Gardens today.
year of innovation. We are TELEPHONES: 23851 23893 23894 23896
going into lOng-range
prgammes for the years OR CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AUTHORIZED SALES AGENTS:
ahea whchto omeextnt, Berkley Ferguson Real Estate Morley and O'Brien Real Estate Sterling Hanna Realty
we will beetesting his year. on drihetfByiriey Stre to plosite C~hase Manhattan Bank Hampshire House. West Bay Street
objective of Goombay Summer P. O. Box N4278 P. O. Box N837 P. O. Box N4142
being a person-to-person BannadKolsPo elyC.Ld Thev's Real Estate Co.
e tns vsabort titish Colo ial Arcade Oympia H tel, West Bay Street VrgimaSit e~et
Bahamas Christian Council is P. e.Box N8001 P. O. Box N1492 P. O. Box N803
putting together a Directory of Woodside Rteal Estate
Bahamians who would be Dayson Real Estate Co. Ltd. Surgeon Bethel's Realty
willing to meet with visitors to Corner Bay and East Streets Bay Street horner Bi3 tet n Bu Hl R
our country, perhaps to attend PhneB2117 4585408 Ph ne 48392 P. O. Box 2016
a religious service together, O o 48 x 39
perhaps to share a Bahamian
breakfast."


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Sturday April 28, 1973.


MR. WILLIAM STOWELL,
general manager of the Hyatt
Emerald Beach Hotel (2nd
left) presents a cheque for
$1,000 to Mr. George A.
Smith, M.P., Parliamentary
Secretary to the Prime
Minister, and chairman of the
Independence Secretariat,
*towards def raying expenses
for decorations for


independene~.
The money was part
proceeds from the opening
night of the Emerald Room, a
new nightclub at the Hyatt
Emerald Beach Hotel.
The nightclub features top
mnternational stars. Red Foxx
and Slappy White performed
on the opening night and Miss
Lynn Rogers is present


appearing.
Looking on during the
presentation is Mrs. Beverley
Whitfield, Director of Public
Services, Independence
Secretariat and Mr. Harold
Munnings, Co-ordinator.

CLEll GETS

j ILIRit Ugg

SHOOTING CHARGE
HASTING; Jerome Bethel, 44 of
Nassate Village, a lumber yara cterk,
f(," citsing reou Ilanl.o ms
Bethel was originally charged
"okhdattempted murder,aluth nwas
charge of grievous harm.
Mr. Justice Samuel G;raham who.

accused he had "been ably
defended. All that could have been
nrgdeTor huinhas en urged b
Betht's headed not guilty to the
charge of attempting to murder
Vincent Adderley, a Strachan's
Alley plumber, during a brawl over
a throwne bottle tem iult h. Hesh d
Adderley three times during the
incident because Adderley had
cu ass.c >ut rin mo s ahnd
lie denied having threatened
Adderley and his sweetheart,
Shidley Clarke, the mother of
Addleyn sntile yard and wa al on
hit by a .bottl that had bdil

st .h .lso th
shooting and fired the shots only
because he thought Adderley was
about to harm him. He admitted
losing his temper.
Mr. Justice Graham told Bethel
that "'the offence of which you
have been convicted Is a very
srious one ..you m sht hav lst

e earlier, he had told Betthel that
'if I must say so, it is with the
"ras rFehpec that I r spect th
her Iuk In n bucauhse w narna
reflects on the evidence, you could
be standing there on a still more
serious charge."
ur ed th judgeethelltre t hihm mr
In the way of leniency, although
you must impress on him not to
continue in the way of crime."


'Vq


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SEmerald Beach's $1,000 Independence gift


'~PII CII


TH EH


Wee k Illy


e PEKINGESE (male) $145.00
e (MALE) PUG $130.00
e (MALE) ST. BERNARD $150.00
(MALE) COCKER SPANIEL $112.00
(MALE) DOBERMAN $145.00
e (MALE) IRISH SETTER $110.00
e (MALE) AMERICAN POINTER $145.00
a (FEMALE) BEAGLE $80.00
e (MALE) DACHSHUND $112.00
e (MALE) CHIHUAHUA $112.00
e (FEMALE) MINI POODLE $118.00

If We Don't Have the Breed you

want,Let userder it for you


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Saturday April 28, 1973


meetsi raaiare all illustratedt~

The movie was shot in the
darkly pannciled rooms of a
foreboding looking mansion
wh Lh im~cta y I oaes in n

Los Angeles.

aG AVEf sFTH VAMPl(
Smith. Pataki, as well ~as Lynri
Peters and Inga Neilsen. -


immon torbd Un s hewif
"BLUEBFARD" makes an
attempt to kill her al- but he
is foiled hy the appearance of
her former d nce partn MPRE
starring William Smith and



tells the horrifying story of a
nocturnal reanimated corpse
who awakets ermatis co in in


The movie also features
pretty Kitty Vallacher who
falls prey to Pataki's nightly
movements when he sees her
inside a car with her young
college by friend whom h e


kills, raping dher.hr wiha

unusually greyash colour and
having the most idosyncratic
characteristics such as a great
thirstt fr humrn abloo instead

nourishment, also grows up a

hoee, i" o mee di a er
and what happens in between
the time when he sets out and


Now showing thru
Thursday, "THE FAMILY"
emaet ces at r3:00 and 5:00,
Saturday night will be at 8:30,

p ranrances t u9p.mhuo nd
utn e r I 7 will be
admitted.

G EA WA F y matineeHat
2: 15 p.m. and 5:00, evening s

SThe life a,-d music of
Johann Strauss are presented
by Metro-G;oldwyn-Mayer in a
grand scale motion picture
musical "THE REAT
WALTZ," an Andrew L,. Stone
prouct in 9th century Austria
and filmed in authentic locales,
"THIE G;RAT WALTZ" stars
an international cast headed by
liorst Bucholt as Strauss, Mary
Costa, Nigel Patrick, Yvonne
Mitchell and guest star Rossano
Brazzi.

dfireced by Stp~odue, hdse f l
credits include the recent "Song
o~f Norway," the new motion
picture opens with young
Strauss' debut as a ballorrom
orchestra leader, follows him
through his musical triumphs
and romantic conquests and
c nd udes with S rauss playing


PeaCte Jubilee in1872.hihihs
include the "Tritsch-Trutsch

Wall "Th eEmp rr Wl.,
'aes I ro'Trtthe Vi nna

"Voices of Spring"sand "The
Pizzicato Polka," plus a
number of songs adapted from
Strauss music by Robert C~raig
o sontanddt (eoge Fomr e


ih aso adu* o r;e > r u i


for"THIE GREAT WALTZ" is
by Onna White.

cremna Iall and I lro


within Schonbrn ad th
Hofbu g. summer and At ter
p racs of tr A~ra


stu bles a rowrife gohowe ret
w twn she finds hrsl inid w

thle bodies of seven of his wives
are kept under refrigeration
Approached on the matter,
"BLUI~BI ARD"" tells his wife
about the women whose
co~rpses he has kept. Model
Nrathalie Delon actedl childish
and hired prostitute Sybil
Ian rne ghto it stru tr her ins toeed
in double death by chandelier.
Novice Raquel Welch was
next: constantly confessing her
mianiy affairs, she wound up
suiffocating in a coffin.
Man-hater Maritu' Tolo turned
intlo a masochist and Burton
g< snt Plldowwasd hedr. ounng
so, thle falcon slew her.


Now showing thr Tue s a

"WAKIGNGc, Tt LuLs Soday

4:00. Monday and Tuesday
matinee continuous from 3:00,
evening 8: 30. No one under 17
will be admitted.
Wednesday thru Friday,
"GRAVE OF THE VAMPIRE"
plus "GARDEN OF THE
DEAD" matinee continuous

noemun e~r017 11 be a itte~do
Featuring Richard Burton,
Raquel Welch, Virni Lisi,
Marilu' Trolo, Joey Hleatherton,
Nathalic D~elon, and Karin
Schubert, "BLUEBEARD" a
comedy-drama by Cinerama
Release is the story of a
Vinese nobleman who wa cu

losing his first wife, he weds an
A2merican dancer


Mary Cosa prryn h ite o elu uti bo, as
madly in love with the young composer Johann Strauss, played by
Horst Bucholz, in MGM s presentation. "The Great Waltz."


Saturday night 8:30 thru

PEEE S AH pl~uEs
"SOLDIER BLUE," Sunday
thru Tuesday matinee
co tinuous fromder45 ev ni

u itaedni Pus late feature
Wednesday thru Friday,
"THE HIRED HAND" plus
"TOPAZ" matinee continuous

I em feature iednay night.us
WH1AT THE' PIEPElR SAW,
expected to turn you on to

camngly evi aoend ent be


Pictures stars Mark Lester as
the boy, Britt Ekland as his
at ractist o epynothrth f tah


believe anything bad about his


son-

arce Iilli t'a nr y n ud m< rr
Andrews. it was producedf by
Graham Hlarris andi directed by

Ja Mk itster comes to WH AT

rsiter IT 'Fim oranfronan
difficult portrayals.
TIh original sacenp ystwas
Ih music fort WH1AT THI
PEEPE:R SAW was composed
and conducted by Stelvio
Cir ani. The photography wa

arneram n, Iladrry WaO a

Unge was erxnecu ive prodTI r

HIlED HAND) stars Peter
Fonda, Warren Oates, Verna
Boomt, PSwetrn D~a den,

Fonda, Oates and Pratt play
the roles of three cowboys who
travel the West in the 1880's.
The three eventually desert
Ic othe bt fall back on t
they later find themselves in
need.
In the Mexican town of Del
Noter, Pratt is killed by cantina

al e Fdly attea kinD hi om r


Dr eRan deoa nth regs rono
amrves a shis artn where hir

hnd Bi Fondag'swife,

Wh n Gts evs tnhe fr


realizes he will have to rescue
his friendly and with Oates' help,
he kills Dardern and his his
men, but dies in the process.
Oates aln rdes hack.




Thlie st oftw, stars John

inOO theT pa hichul was wrtn
bay At thol ugard2t and is

diecte ad byJentne Thompeso.

The presentation oripiinaliv tied


for the trophy in the adult
setiml~nin the Drama F~estival

THE B: LOOD KNOT traces
the development of a

bra hes orri has enen atwe

trypto make itin the w i~t
world. 110 had left behind Zach
whose experience never goes
beyond that of a black.
phys cal exist nceo entsk rh g
has been back home for a year
Lonely, desperate and in need
o cofr. she has returned t


Bu the ratiosi b a d I
an uneasy one. Zach,
unaccustomed to putting his

is bohe wh otrie to he

away problems which had
never before existed for Zach,
who keeps him talking at home
at night away from his sexual
eplois woh svs Zachs hr

up little enthusiasm.
Set in South Africa "THE

BI ckOwhitl(Nc flictuses t e
setting which limits the

th r tsi o f e b oh er a

oftem wh ch hae to b

tthemle of thed play fr ther



development is ine fatena
differenthi mlemeores tof
chldhod th a whirsto rae son
favoued witoh toys, whoy may


mothr fort thit is haios only
ineituance. Thn, it thes
ceeommonbnd of mother, and
thie beset gam tey t whih ithy
shafred t as hilrien, thyi
thouemselves togehe wiho tha
goredian kntot the bo; nd a


between brothrs o thr n


THE BLACK/WHITE CONFLICT "The Blood Knot"
is set in South Africa and stars Winston Saunders
(standing) as Zach and John Hester as Morrie. The two men
are brothers and their relartionship is vividly traced as one
finds himself trying to make it in the white world and the
other is left behind with his limited experience, confined to
that of a black physical existence at the gate.


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SAVOY THEATRE


UNDERR NELW MANAGEMENT)


~5~ S1~ t&


NOW NASSAU'S MOST DISTINGUISHED LATE NIGHT

RENDEZViOUS -9:00RM. 'TIL 4 A.M.


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


THE PAUL HANNA TRIO


7A,.5L., Cid

BAY & DEVEAUX ST.


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


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC













_*_


C ,llls~ss-~ll~aF-i~rrsas~c- IIL.


U63 'FOR SALE
hofu .nis 2 bd umV I ath
Contact Edward Tayor
3-1558.

FOR RENT

OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
q re 201yample parking.


C93E6 EXTRA large two
bedroom arwo bath, and one
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8a.m. and 5p.m.

LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month.Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9529
3 BEDROOM Cable Beach

ba tiuliyfencrnishae

DA eSN'S eR L onTAa
Phones 2-1178 or 5-5408'
C9603
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555


WLP WANTED
C


57 1


CAP BLE reliable gardener
Eastern Road. Call 22113.
C9561
ALBURY'S RADIO and, T.V.
Company requires young lady
to take care of shop. Must be
able to type. Phone after five
3-5291.
C9601
SOU CHE ExperienmCdh i

P e Pate hspr on mus


cle'sabsence. Reply to:7C
uena Vista Saimon. Miam.
Florida 33137
C9597
FIRST CLASS COOK/General
Maid and a capable General
Maid Eastern Road. Must
either sleep on premises or
poie owncetranspoirtat a .

C9563
INTERNATIONAL AIR
BAH AMA
invites applicants for the
position of
TICKET OFFICE
AGENT
Four years airline experience
required. Only Bahamians need

mon ArCKEdT BaOFFICE

C9595
MANAGER AL c ou ple
required for food, beverage and
housekeeping departments of
Out island hotel. Applicants
must have qualifications or
previous experience trn similar

reoo@t obn Out slar s. I ar
Club, Green Turtle Cay.
C9600
A CHARITABLE organization

Sere ar, whar has thxe ac i
to organize and is willing to

srdv ebs, Pr al i30 ya s
Telephone 2-2454 or 2 4640
beween the hours of 9 a.m. -

C9564
AN EXPERIENCED person
with a f ul knowledge of the
tadln tof investment ea

bihiclregar detoansecudriti s
placement.e Thexp r en mus

international investment
banking operations and is
required to act as Consultant
to ba king and other
institutions in their
administration of loan and
other security portfolio. The
person required must have
extensive experience of the
bus ness ina nemu fid ad

years experience. Application
to P. O. Box N-3224, Nassau.
C9615
BANK OF LONDON &
MONTREAL LIMITED
Applications are invited for the
position of Assistant
Administration Manager with
BOLAM.
The post is located in Nassau at
the International headquarters
of th e Bank with
responsibilities covering all the
Bank's branches and offices
located in Central and South
America.
Candidates should have had
several years 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
Personnel Manager. Bolam, P.
O. Box NI262, Nassau.
C9605
ASSISTANT MANAGERS/
Diving Instructor required for
Current Yacht & Diving Club,
Current, Eleuthera. Married
couple preferred. Husband to
set up and operate diving
p'ogramme, manage all aspects

a tvit er and rrusanbe ul t

compressor, outboard motors,
aditioiral stof to peraoetra d
maintain equipment, and to
c ondct did tus s b


arfssoa sesin isrco

of Club operate oni, providing

ho epndg, dnmn rsoas
office work, etc. Typing and
book-keeping experience
helpful but not essential.
Salary open to negotiation.
Food and accommodation will
be provided. Please reply*
stating age, experience*
certificates held and salary
required to: Manager, Curr~ent


959~
0bh .p. Seagull engine.
590-Hawaiin sling-Scuba back
pack-regulator. Phone 77162.
C9588
IRWIN 24' fibreglass sailboat,
sleeps four, 5 sails, outboard
Sportyak dinghy. $4,750 o.n.o.
Call 7-4168 or 7-4063.
c9657
BAYSHORExMARINE


PhoNes 8A2U2/3.

Au~x. Sail oatO Dth dinSh bandp
Seagull. Excellent condition.
$6,000.00

27' CHRIS CRAFT 1969
modeI Clean boa t.
Commander $9,000.00.

25' BERTRAM flybridge

cr snr M r69 ru win 160r hp

24' FJORD with ship to shore
fahmeter sun og;
Accommodations in this boat
diffiult t findin a 3'
$13,500.00

20' BERTRAM Sportsman
(9t69 s th 1601M rcruisrs nd

ngie00 and outdrive.

16th I"IAGSHICP 1970 model
G od condition. $r2s0e 0n0ne.

20' BERTRAM BAHIA MAR
with 160 h.p. Mercruiser
ship-to-shore $4,500.00.

2 SEiA 1RAY pPM2rcodel
$11,800.00.

ENTERTAINIMENT
C9627

May 4th, 5th, 6th 1 tth a
12h 8:30 p.m.

THE tbtMh 1)IAMA CiRCLE
PmeSeNTs


169 CHEVY NOVA 2 door
-- One Owner In Good
conditions radio new tyMes f
24921 or 53859.

C9519
1971 FORD SPORTS Cuistom
Camper/Pickurp Trurck -
Standard Shift Excellent
Condition $2600.00. Phone
5-51 24.

199TOYOTA CORONAbl

Owner leaving island. Phone

C9591
1966 CORVAIR automatic
-excellent mechanical
condition rotten exterior.
$200. No reasonable offer
refused. 77162.


aYutoiCmOR NAd St ton
heat. Beautiful condition.
$3,000.00. 2-2125 days*
7-7887 evenings
C9659

LATE 1971 MERCEDES
BENZ 280 S.E.L., sun roof and

ecelleex a nd t on. Pwon day
or nite 5-5441 ext. 7015.

C9566
ISI.AND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR PRODUCTION
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Radio. Auto. $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000
S/W Auto $850

4 r Auo aio O a~nUF A500

Green $450
1989 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL

19CIAF RD CAPRI $60
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800


1970 VICTOR STD
Red: $.875,
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA$20

1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. A/C Grey $4600
B968 FORD ESCORT $65

A971 RAMBLER
1969 TRuUMPH HERAL$200
Blue $700
1968 JAVELIN
A/C $1400
170 FORD MUSTANG $00

Trade Ins-Welcomed
pscte bkes Field
Telephone 34636-7-8

FOR SILE
C9311
1 CONV ERT IBLE COUC H
1 Fender amplifier and speaker
1 250 Ib. trunk food freezer
Call 77947.
C9559
SEC RETA RIAL 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
condition. Recently serviced.
$300.00. Call: days 22497 -
nights 52520.
C9589
BEDROOM SET -- double
dresser & mirror, chest of
drawers, two night tables,
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 butch.

WICKER BA2R cSEaTr d b b 2

chair, coffee table.

CEILING FANS 1 large, 1
small.


AUsTOsMAtTedCmWA HmR

PHONE 3- 025 water 5:30 p.m.

C9301
TRAIVELLINGC '

F or efficient friendly
advice on W rdwide
Destinations by Cilieo a

tuNmY OURS at 24512




APPROVED PASIENGER AGENR


H USES from $25,000.00 to
$60,000.00 We have clients
waititnh m ho ours Dmem n t

Realty. DIAL 22033, 22035
an time
C9609
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD, is anxious to
receive listings in, FoxDALE
SAB IVI IOOB IMPERIAL
ENG ERSTON COCONUT

HEIGHTS. Call 23921.


LOS lr
C9586
BROWN MINIATURE DOG
with brown collar, area of
William's and Shiriey Streets.
Reward. Phone 7-8139.


anwrngE to D'El a.A PiAN
Cals32 venue. Reward.


INi MEMORIIg
C9617
IN SAD, but loving memory of
our Mother, Grandmother, and
M et-grandrnotherwhoMrs pea

t~hi lif on 28th A ridla ters
Mrs. Hazel Moncur, Mrs.
Winifred Niallory, Miss Lovinia
McKenzie, Mrs. Eva Roache,
Mrs. Vera Maycock and Mrs.
Katrina Cartwright, one son
Reginald Mc Ke nzie.
grand -children and
great-grandchildren.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C9304
THE BAHAMAS GOSPEL
MISS.O '"INe?' of, ~otrse
Nassau N.P. wish to announce
the RE-GPENING of the DAY
SCHOOL and DAY NURSERY

ena ts fr nb6 rd t s o a

a.m. to 6 p.m
The Kindergarten will accept
clrteon from 3 years old 9
Registration for both Nursery
and Kindergarten will
fromme~nc .April 5r dm1 3
Tu sda sth Ms a )c ato t

2437.N Thaoe w shinpto
register their infants and
children are urged to do so
immediately as there will no
doubt be a long waiting list. A
deposit of $10 will be
requested when you register,
For fees and other
information, contact the Pastor
of the Mission at the office or

Nottag / p mne 24 37.Mr.



C9646


B MPER -STIC KER S.
POSTER S; DECAL 5:
hu red iSIGNS ki d zensu m
signs a specialty.
ARAWAK ART-- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
Street.

C9548
DRASTICALLY REDUCED

MUi eMBV dY EoeVAY 1.

Doushe Bedirr

G ad ord,
Washer.
Livingroom, Couch
End Tables
Lamps & Love Seat.
Call 55124 after 6 p.m.
Come by, and make an offer.
C9607

Shop tida CaUourP ollr buys
Our best sale values.

MOTHERS DAY GIFTS
GRADUATION DAY GIFTS
FATHERS DAY GIFTS
All these and more Sales
Promotion Signs in stock at
Arawak Art, Montrose Avenue
370Arundel Street. Phone.

C9612
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
1 Living Room Suite
1 T.V. Set
Miscellaneous Items.
Telephone 5-2272.
C9625
MISCELLANEOUS BABY

FU IURE

High Chair
Rocking Chair etc.

Tel phone 2-2763 day 5-3801
night.

PETS FOR SALE

DAC SHUND PUPPIES, both
parents AKC registered. Phone
4-14854



C9623

YACHTS and BOATS LTD-

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

24 foot irwin Sloop 1969. Has
Evinrude outboard. Both boat
Sleeps 4 with head, sink.stove,
ice box and more. Sail of
da on jiba jpimna r 2ndgedno
Has lights and dinghy.
$4750.00.

21 foot Barcone fibreglass
fisherman with 115 h.p.
Evinrude 5 h.p. auxiliary.
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 recognized
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

C9309
PAu s MAKaER 44t n 3- ou

C9491
lift SeS Re ri erted Ve se
Ryan at 1-305-3796990


fe LibN DINGHY si te


wit 2nch Leavin isl

C9316

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


sAvA
APPRHOVED CARG;O AG;ENTIS


19 DDLE AGED cul fo
work in small out iscn Thote:r
Room and board. Salary for
couple $700 per month.
Typing necessary.
Contact: Rusty Bethel at
E 2768 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Evenings 7-8074.


AKorCtLERK. SO rs Ban
Limited, Nassau, requires the
services of a bank employee,
having at least 3 years
experience in the handling of
securities and general
accounting work.
Bahamians only to apply in
writing to: P. O. Box N757,

N pinmenta tel phon
2- 970 (Mr. Naef).
SECRETARY wanted for
Out Island luxury resort in the
SBahamas. Must have excellent
shorthand, typing, be able to
compose business letters and
work on own Initiative without
supervision. Experience in
hotel reservations an asset.

Mudest taples 2 nt appaac

years secretarial experience
required.
oen hapiclationr tor Eeuthera
Box 28, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.


4mmd ae em loym nt, a
detailed below.
SATGREURCTION DIVISION
Construction Engineer required
with extensive experience in
buildinexecontract supervision

familiar with all phases of
Auldn t ade eand ma erialse

pDevelopment4C mpany Ltd.
Nassau, Bahamas
or telephone Nos. 7-4177 or
7-4178 between the hours of 9

Sand 5 p.m.

TRADE SERVICES
C9.315





Mackeay Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NT SSAU, BAHAMAS
P O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
rAFCHANICAL HANDLING
Er)UIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIdE RY
MOVING. STORAGE
& PAC KING
STECL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PH1ONE: 23795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C9299
PATIO AWNINGS ANP
CARPORTS
HURRICANE AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS,
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimated and prompt
service call 2-84 2 1-2-3-4-5-6.
C9317
r. o.ANTENpNAtS.eBooster.

Dorg a7s L ewe 5-940e vRLaD
OeF MS 's Mackey Street



C95LAND TV SERVICE

"FoT sri y cn B Iteron"

Phone 221 e&P.ericBeox N327
M nday Saturday 8.30 to

C8106
WORRY NO MORE! CALL
ABCO TO SOLVE YOUR
CLEANING PROBLEMS.
TEL: 51071-2-3-4.


C9572

Stet wiSTO ovelyo displa

Suitable for any type business.
Call 3-4128.

C96TEDROOM HOUSE in
completely enclosed property.
Phone 23709 and 34881.


ut BERO M eAtPaAMENoT
,third bedroom or study, living
room, kitchen, breakfast roont.

private patio, private beach,
many closets and cupboards, 2
airtconditiones.5 Furnished, No
pets Onl 832.00per month.

aLArRGeE one Ebedroon)

eom beat rooro kit hn, wl
in closets, utility, private patio,
beach rights. Furnished. No
pets. $275.00 per month.
Telephone: Chester Thoinpson,
2-4777, 4-2035 eveninqS.

FUL Y airconditioned 2
bedroom apartment -
Centreville near Z.N.S. ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
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 days. 2-8248
evenings.
C9618
2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment. Fully furnished and
equipped, shag carpet
throughout, swimming pool
and beach privileges. $400 per
month. Yearly lease. Please
contact 2-1841-2 days. 2-8248
evenings *
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.
C9313
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mt. Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences. Telephone
daytime 2-8152 after 6 p.m.
5-3418.


p eQE RENALM pnth use
Harbour and Paradise Island. 3

brak am, ro dnng roo ,
bar and kitchen, working
kic i th dis wsher n ig


trughout, oa roorns, ps


u fumnishedF u ndshe dontaor
n-1gs. days and 2-8248


IN Titt


sy naroo^R

TICKETS .$2.50 Box Office:
PE ISALNAKNDLACAMERnA
22126.



09610
WILL THE FOLLOWING
persons contact Bill's Real
Estate at telephone 23921: -
MR. NATHAN MACKEY
MR. JACOB DAVIS
MR. JOY THOMPSON
Mr. GEORGE JOSEPH.
C9560
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD. announces the arrival of
1 97 3 Wor ld Book
Encyclope dia Childcraft,
Dictionary and Atlas for
immediate delivery. Also
desktop and pocket calculators
and a wide range of metal and
mineral detectors. For
information call 23921.

C9641
This is to give notice that the
Registered Office of Rings and
Things Limited has been
changed to Rings and Things
Limited, Britannia Beach H~otel
Arcade, as provided uInder
Section 7 of the Companies
Act.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-

W LL ESTABLISHED SHOE
STORE on Collins Avenue.
Fi ancing available.rT lepho e
Box 6104 E. S. Nassau*

B a a a C H O O L S


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28, 1973.


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P LEII MNTED


WILLIAM'S COURT

&IIt in grmgel furn sthhdh TV,
new front room set and stereo
washing machine, carpeted,
One airconditioner. $20,000.
IRhone 5-8595

82 ss
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
and air-cond itioned three
be r m, twno bah hone.

buoms, large kitchen, cmlet

b nret. Po e 57 89 afte
5:30 p.m.

C9558
ILots in Bel-Air Estates, only
$_100.00 down and $90.87 per
month.
frge lots Sands Addition
$200.00 down $100.00 per

rbletial losC lon tVilla
East. Easy terms available. Call
ISill's Real Estate, 23921.

69576 '
FOR SALE
OUT EAST on the
waterfront. Have house,
f rishednl $3 bed ooms 21

dORAL DRIVE GROVE -
Corner plot with large house.
Finished, even a Sauna bath.
S by appointment.

115TA MARINA & BEACH
IttGHTS House with 3
gdrooms 2 baths, testefully
f rnished enclosed fruited


for $55,000.00 -
Sirbstantial mortgage available.

FOUR BEDROOMS 31/
I ATHScapPool, Pai una
2crgarage on two lots of


$150,000.00
H~HLANDb PARK have 3
biidroomb 2 baths, furnished,
f~r $55,000.00 with
asubdst ntial mrtgage. Come see


Hel USaine onG$3R6,00A0.00

6h,00.0 m rt agwnat n0
~tnthly $353.61. Best deal of
tile year.
EAAL DAMIANOS 22033
2C305, 22307 NITE 41197. '

628
FOR SALE
OSIT EAST semi-hilitop with
fqur bedrooms 3 baths, plus
o artmebatd knmsizeonwim in
p iol, patio, some views and
only $90,000.00
CUJT WEST -- 3 bedrooms 2
baths, plus complete suite used
aj den or office, Completely
fdrnished. Opposite Gold Coast
with beach rights. See anytime
buy today, occupancy
irirmediately. $48,500,00 Has
approx. $15,000.00 Inventory.
Best buy of the year.
tLLTOP HOUSE 2
bedrooms 2 baths, plus one self
contained apartment gorgeous
views. Furnished POOL -
PATIO high class area for
higlh class enteratining. Only
$110,000.00. See anytime.
Gt.ENISTON GARDENS -
East. Have three bedroom and
two bath, furnished houses.
From $40,000.00 and up.
V~STA MARINA WESTERN
GROVE -Have house with 21
biths and 3 bedrooms ~
tastefully furnished. 70 by 140
grounds enclosed rights to
Sgndy beach. Owner reduced
to, $45,000.00 with some
flihancing.
NASSAU EAST Special -
Onrly $32,000.00. Has 3
bedrooms, baths.


C9549 STENOGRAPHER
The Royal Blank of Canada
I te national Limi ~d, Nassau


ex ere en ced stenog aph r.

Ecnhoo graduates. hr
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.


. 4.
;.1
*sk


THE FAMILY of the late
Percival H. "Jackie" Johnson
of Foster Street who died on
April 14th 1973 wish to
sincerely thank the many
relatives and friends for the
flowers, cards and condolences
during our recent bereavement.
Very special thanks to Father
Kelly, Father Moss, the
management and staff of
Nassau Beach Hotel. Also Mr.
Clement Maynard, the
Richardson Family and the
rranagement and staff of
Swveeting's Colonial Mortuary.




59E4ERAL WOODEN
MEYERS RUM CASES. Will
ratehigh price if very oldt on
Cay, Exuma.

POSITION WANTED


exeince rqires night wok
Phone 5-4278.

IIELP WANT~D
C9602
ATTRACTIVE position
available for a young lady with
a working knowledge of the
securities markets. Banking
experience an asset although
not essential. Salary
commensura te with
ex perie nc e. For an
appointment telephone Mrs. B.
Knowles at 21690.


2- STOREY RESIDENCE -
OUT WEST. Facing sea, beach
rights, gorgeous views near
shopping, golfing, bathing
Approx. 5000 sq. ft. Lets sh w

IM AUAE HOUSE -P ce
kept gardens. Enclosed, with
St door pai rand k nnhe.
Tastefully furnished, ideal for

spc.Hst ree e roo 2 ~

HIGLN PHAoK AE

closed scracen -- Ind ao a d

Ekinn ey dipp ngica Sui s

P ceo or Sen appointment.
HILLTOP 3 bedrooms 21/
baths, about 2 acres of grounds
- high and dry views outof
this world. Secluded and
private. Asking $150,000.
DON'T FAIL -CONTACT US
FOR ACTION, DAMIANOS -
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. 1
Dial 22033, 22305, evening
41197.


953ENROLL NOW

Ty ngawith Spelling
shoot oind

Front Desk 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 Shirtey Street
opposite Collins Avenue.


C9642
PROSPECT RIDGE
Fully fu rn ished ga rage
apartments in large private
grounds with use of swimming
pool comprising farge
bed/sitting room, separate
kitchen and bathroom, private
patio. Rent: B$250 per month
including utilities. Available
May 1st. Call 77737 to view.


C9314
TROUBLES ... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAf LEY
P.O. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870.


Yacht & Diving Club, Current.
Eleuthera.


~lhr mrthirn,


omebyClssfid ouneratTh Tib neor cl2-86 x.5'Nasu32-6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.


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HELP WANTED
experience to enable fill in as
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
nu nienance and cleaning

Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited,
Personnel Department or 30 C
Kipling Building, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
C7361
Required by an Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. High school
education with 3-4 years
advanced education in
accounting or college degree.
Maintains Corporate books and
records for two companies,
prepares accounting statements
and reports, forecasts profits,
analyzes profit changes,
establishes and keeps records
on various financing activities,
co-ordinate; flow of funds'
admninisters loan agreements.
Performs cost accounting and
assists In various complex
a c cou n ti ng matter s.
Co-ordinates supply sales and
accountingg for all marketing
operations concerning marine

aidtiorin auls.Basic Ses6 yea s
experience in accounting.

P~etr I Jh aced tin

considered.


drutaS ay April 28 1973.


HELP IlllTED
Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience
and past salary to: C. E.
Ambrister, Personnel Officer,
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

ic ue FRe pro act on t
management of monthly
reports and quarterly accounts,
etc., the supervision of a staff
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:
Flectrical Utilities Co., Ltd., P.
O. Box F-170, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C7363
COMMERCIAL ARTIST with
five years practical experience
and three year art college
graduate required to work in
cllu hasfs II advertising,
from layout to finished

phowt gaphi arrxm erieca
essent al.

(adrittoe Bah lian s2l


REAlL ESTATE
C7354
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE,
Hawksbill City with Furn~iture
and Fenced Yard, CATV on
building Call 352 5635

HELP WANTED
C7358
INCO)MING R E V EN UtE
CASHIElR: Mustr have high
school educatlronl Be able to
deal with the public. Have
knowledge! of handling large.
sums of money. Must have
three to five yearsc expcrienj e
in G~en~ral ( eshlrug i!irent c
and Polet IC.:rl Irtis eqired ,
PASTRY CHEFl~ Mult have 10
years experience Iro furopean
and Americain Plan. Must have
high school edc~ationt or
equivalent. Mirst be able to
work long hours Po~lice record
and health rcrtifrcatet required.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand BaJharna Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand tjahama, Personnrel
Office betweent the hours of
9:00 a m. anid 3.00 p.rn.
Monday through f riday. Elon
Martin, Jr., PersonnelrP Director,

C7362
MEDICAL X -RA Y
TE H-NICIAN for ths, Atn

trained and registered with Jt

nxeircyear T le Ioni


HELP WANTED
C7359
WAREH1OUSEMAN
(Harbour) Must be able to
take full charge of
doc umnen ta tion regarding
receipt, storage disbursement,
duarge M st ulve van anti l
experience preferably in
harbour cargo warehousing.
STEVEDORE (Harbour)
Must be physically able to do
heaywr raat know rigging.
handlingq Must accept other
duties2 3srlgned
DOCK jaloE HINTENDENT
(Ha rbouIr) Extensive
experience required in port
operations, communications,
security, Harbour traffic,
docking and urse of
meteorolo gical and
oceanographlic instrumrrents.
Merchant marine or navy
experience or equivalent
required. Rotating shifts and
night work involved.
WAREH-OUSE ATTENDANT
(Harbour) Requires
considerable experience in
stevedor ing and warehousing.
Must be able to assume
responsibility for initial tally of
incoming cargo; must know
documentation of cargo.
Required to know sorting,
st ckindamsaf~ekeeping to avoid

DOC K FOREMAN
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terviewer. But Bn Ithih position
frmn Nicolaul r. Jovanovic in a1
women's world trile e~idenYtato,
\IPto (to move) braight ol a
smart fini ~h remialacent at a
Picerd ,a %S~~t K~Jt

Pir times: 10 seconds,~ chers
master; 20 seconds, alles e~opert;
Smi nakiue, couy ph :cr
minutes, average; 15 minutes,
nov e.
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word eac i~b
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word mnEat c~lontalent E.llaf
letter, and there must be at
least one elsht-letter word in the
Itat. No plurals: no forelF aords*
no roe~r names. OD)AY'4
TARGST f: 11 wrs go;
18 words, veu good ; wrd,
eceuenlct. Bdution tomrororow.
SAUDY'S SOLUTION :
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H *crr nao. (()
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(I4 oul r. Itsgo C. t)
17* Acttempts to he~rl art amei

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98 The appenite~ of stelous (I)
U*s

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IRON IS RIGHT, j'.L7n BUT THEY ARE VERY EXPlrJivE /
WOW! 1I AINTf SEEN FGOU D dHES NON- ,f~ -)-;- THAT$ WHY I W4NT A DRIVER WHO
AIK f& SINE MY NOTHING BUT WALL KNOWS HOW TO PROTECT MY
^ggY DAYs.I j S/e7 DECORATE OhlS/ I r -cARGo.


~VE NOW KNOWS THAIT HER HUMBLE



WHENJ pig you
DECIDE TO BECOME
A BLFGTR
JULIO?


_5CARROLL RIGHTER'S


rCP;~ 'HORCECOPEP
hree the Carrol Righter Instiute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
to get at all of the small chores that take time,
that bring little joy, but that have to be done before you are
able to go forward to the soon-to-be-big opportunities.
However, the best aspects are for handling ac tives or
interests having to do with art, music, pamting, sculpture, etc.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) Get at all those small
accumulated chores that have to be done sometime and get
them behind you quickly Schedule fun for evening. Make sure
you help one who has been a good friend mn the past.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Much work is needed on that
personal plan you have if you want to to be a success. Look
into that plan a pal has that can prove to be very good Labor
late into the evenmg, if necessary
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you put real effort into it,
you find you gain the information you need Just at this time.
If you bolster the ego of a higher-up who needs loyalty right
now, you get fine benefits later Try to retire early in p m.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get the
ino to~n wauneeD o tu cno fu aw sl n through in a
forget all that emotionahsm Do not act on impulse.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Attempt to get all of your
obligations met to the best of your ability Some particular
kindness to mate can brmg fine results. Try to make your life
easier in some way so you can erUoy it more.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get busy domg whatever will
please those who are vital to your welfare; insure your position
for the future. Do work on that important envic affair that
crops up. A nice person you know can do you a big favor.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Add the bric-a-brac, furniture,
or whatever will make your surroundings far more attractive
and comfortable. Take the health treatments you feel will
make you more dynamic Show more spunk at home.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can handle recreational
affairs very wisely now after you get your regular work done.
Buy a nice present for one who is in real trouble, not feeling
well, and bring cheer.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Fmnd out what is
wrong at home and right it, even if you have to forego some
pleasure. Plan to have a sturdier foundation for the future. The
evening is best spent at home with fanuly Have fun
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Get that problem solved
nicely during the day that has been difficult to do before.
Make your home more attractive and scrupulously clean The
evening is fine for enjoving hobbies with friends.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Put your energy into
improving your property and making at more valuable now.
Find some way to add to present income Make sure some
person is not working against you while you think just the
opposite.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Do some remodeling today
that could make you happier. Evenmg Is then fine for
entertaining or gomng out with friends. You can be happier
than you have been for a long time. Avoid one who is boring.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN 'TODAY .he or she will be
one of those charming young people with much sensitivity
who should be encouraged to get out of that subjective mood
and to solve problems objectively Ideal chart for professions
that require precision and handling of details. Make sure to
compliment for any particularly fine work that is done to
strengthen your child's ego. Give the sports that build up the
physique and develop courage to meet life's problems wisely.
Send to right schools.
"Tihe Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOUs


JUDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS


Promising to call on Tiger-
Illy next day, Rupert sets off for
at ideHith twatakes him
where he sees Bill Badger fish-
ing. Hallo, Bill! cries
Rupert. So you've bought
your new rod! It's a fine
ALL RIGHTS


one I '' That's not all," laughs
the little badger. I had
e ough moneyledft over toh b y
Rupert a brand new fishing
basket. That'il hold lots of
fish," says Rupert. Have you
caught any yet ? "
R)ESERVED.


IN( THE. BEGINNING-- FROM THE: MOMENT WHENEVER I COULD 1 BESSED-EVEN StoLE-
I DREW BREATIH- MY ONLY DESIRE WAS ENOUGH PESETAS TO SEE THE MASTER AT
TO BE A TOREADOR. MY HERO WAS *OK HIOENT OF RUTH BECAME


"How long have you harbored this delusion you're not
up to par?"


L EZZUP 1
ACROSS
25. Swiss canton
1. Alternatives 28 Little girl
S4. Egyptian 29 Mranufacture
cotton 30. And not
7. Food fish 31. Small horse
11. Judicial 32- Nonsense
sentence 33 Setssors
12. Cyprmnoid fish 36 iitney
13 Star facet 37 Stag
14. Hairdo 38 Full length
16 Taplc movie
17. Korean soldier 42 Swan genus
18. Oiler (3. Musical
20. Fluent perception

23 ie sad 4 Adod enal
24. Poguish 46 Bacardi


2 College cheer
3. Liquor
4. Depress
5.fcteG sns

7 htase
8. Skein
9 Pay the kitty
10. Cherished
15. Sailor
19. Pain
20. Va of
21. Fifty-two
22 Exchange
24. Cupid
25. Remarkable
26. King Arthur s
Fiance
27. Provoke
31. Cleic
32. Save
33 Tire casing
34. Mound
35. Biblical name
36. Brewer s yeast
39 Water In Parts
40. Inlet
41. Young pig


47. Buddhist
pillar

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8o~m 28mn


heb Grt~bltate


SIIQI~CI~Y April 28, 1973.


"Don't let his conte Ipt for the younger generation
worry you. It's no worse than his contempt for A
generations."

Rurpert and the Mixed 1Magic-42


:"I'M GLAD J'M NOT A PC(ATO. 10/47# SE N' MASHED."


Brother cluniper


Buidge
Bye WO~V(TOR MOLLO
Th irtartae restaval at
Estoril, In Portugal, had every-
thing to make lit a succese-r- weaker, a luxurious venue us
the flower bedectled Casino, and
perfect orgamlsatmn under Inacto
stebello de Andrace. And yet. The
attendance was oasappointang.
correspondents blame lackr of
De isc a strong challenge by a
group frorn IMlan, most of the
prizes went to home players.
'Ie Iain orthr fon
Kele Qoh N8 2 l


West East
Ok 10Ir 4 a 4 3

Soutn
drA J T 6' 3


bonth Wesr North East
14 Pass 20 Pas,
AePass 4+ Pase>
30 Dble ovT sQ
West led thle ~04 to dummy's
QA. Declarers problem was to
rmd one +(Q, but taking advan~
tage of wear's double of 30'
1*Larlaro avoided all guesswork.
After drawing trumps, he
cas dd thbe 95 ean Kd de gy
Cf ss ne coe nots dadi whad
puttullg vvest onl plas a .ct leaving
a~m wltti the aliotee or concea-
ang a ruff and a tentrd diamond and so settmsg
up du~nuntsd Oi. Even had Eas*,
soarted w~th a doubleton honour,
the contract would have been
safe.




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Don I 'aylor pleading the way
fromr Ihec miound for the Bees
struc~ out eight. walked two
aIndf gave up twoc hits while
faiing .'s batters. Rodgers,
who, \ulle~red his first loss of
thte seauon. 4truckc out three of
his eighteecn~ batters. walked
foutr andl galve up five runs.
God~cfrey lohnson~l whoc relieved
Rodgerv In1 the fItfthi Inning gave

Recik; In their usual;1 first
rnningri spark took a 1-0 lead off
left tlcidecr Willie K~nowles'
rbi-oube. e drove in
Roosevellt lurne~r who led off


BL ENDERS BLANK

IIEASTIES 9-0

to gerf~ te Rrn, ufren thi
15t~ih setack inl a 9 0 shut out at
the hand of Iliahmas illenders last
gliht at the Q~ueeni Ilizabeth Sports
the idenders. steadily working
t r i H la r/latift~he Ielar h nirg
rallied for six ini the to~p of the first
.ssi the erringlr Lumbe~crmeln serried ln
the field. I irst basemanl William
T~hompsonr and \hort sto~p John
R" hijtnibp mitcer ) aria < ohn c
gave up le firs twc rfhs wieh f

sto~p Alfred P'hillips both cracked
him for a1 single. Johnson also gave
up two, of his fo~ur walks in that
tl stick s got their defence going
and1 blanlked the HIenders for the
nrrld arl thrd n nilg alwnag

and their offernce never sparked for
the remainder ofT the five inning
fame. tfeastie 5 however collected
ond fi url eh r n the second, third
thrle' ft~) 1e vTijh elin the top of
hom~ne fo~r his second run, led the
Blenders o~n to their climaxing two
runctfth cnncing I anry Johnson who
egot otn fro~nt a fielder s choice and
right fielder b verette Neilly who
tookll first onr an error knocked in
the Blenders two runs






AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
tllioe c B .6
D~etroit 9 9 .500 I
B~oston 7 8 .467 th
(-leveland 7 II .389 3
New York 6 10 .375 3
West Division

Minnesota 9i 5 .64
California 8 6 .571 IS
O)akland 7 10 .412 4
Texas 5 9 .357 4%
Friday's Results
Kansas C'ity 3, D~etroit 0
'Texas 4, Milwaukee 2
Minneso~ta at New York, ppd.,
(hcago at Boston, ppd., raith
Bal~timnore 3 O)akland 4
(12 innings).
C'leveland 6 California 7
Today's Games
Baltimorte (Palmer 0-1) at Oakland
(Holtzman 3-1), 4:30 p.m.
Cleveland (Perry 3-2) at California
M ilw kl), 10 m 2-2) atT x
(Stanhouese 02), 8:30 p.mat eu
Kansas City (Splittorff 3-1) at
Detroit (Lolich 1-3), 2:1S p.m
Minnesota (Blyleven 2-3) ait New
Yo~rk (Medich 1-0), 2 p.m.
Chicago BHahnsen 2-1) at Boston
(Tiant 2-1) 2 p.m.
NA IONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L, Pct. G;B
Pittsburghi 8 3 .727
New York 10 8 .556 lb ~


S`iano 9~nic 17 .773 .
Los lAnelesi 8 II .40021 76
Atlnttal 7 I .4389 8 /

San Duniego 7 13 .730 9 .


Friday's Results
ChRifacag 10 San ~iego 2
Atlanta 2. New Yo~rk 0
Houston 6, Montreal 5, 10 innings.
Philadelphin 3, C`incinnati 1
San F'rancisco 5, St. L~ouis 0
Los Angteles at Pittsburgh,
pp unTodav's Games
Los An seles (Sutton 1-2) at
P'ittsburg (Briles 0-1), 2:1 pI .m


St Louis (Cleveland (0-2), 8 p.m.
New York (Matinck l*3) at Atlatnu
(ed0-3), 8:05 pm
hilaJdelph (Ruttten 0-0) at
C'incinnati (G;uitett 3-1), 8:0S p.m.
Montreal (Renko I-I) at Hlouston
(or-csch 3-1), 8:30 p.m.


Mrxer
An hodgers
Munnrson
Roy Rodgers
Cooper
~rodeshaw


with a walk and stole second.
A two base error in the top
of the second put left fielder
Marshall Cooper across the
plate and the game tied at one
all.
Big O's fourth inning
stopped at one more which
they got when Roy Rodgers
crossed on a throwing error.
Following Knowles' ground
out to short, Becks rallied for
six consecutive hits, and four
winning runs.
A broken Big Q care up
with only one more in the top
of the sixth in the bottom of
which Becks also scored.
Jet Set defend thei third
plae, tonight '3 o'clock
when they take on Del Jane
Sit the scnd game.


I2 o
I0 0
0 0 0


Knowles stopped Guyana's
Raymond Munroe 6-0, 6-1,
6-1, Rolle defeated Evan
Phillips 6-1, 6-1, 6-0, and
Vicky Knowles and Wiberg
beat the Windward Island pair
6-3 and 6-1.
'Tom orrow, Rolle plays
Munroe and Bertram Knowles
plays Phillips in singles while
the Bahamas' pair take on
Trinidad in the doubles.
Trinidad and Tobago got a bye
in y es terday's Brandon
matches while Jamaica got a
byei the Ph lis
A though ble aminted to not
being in great shape, Rolle
found he confide ce nee ed

with his baseline shots and
accurate soft lobs over the net.
BIG SERVE
Bertram Knowles on the
other hand fresh from winning
an elimination against Anthony
Munnings had the advantage of
a spectacular service which had
Munroe hitting mostly out of
bounds. Those that Munroe did
returnlevere right for Knowles

Vicky Knowles and Jane
Wiberg, though finding their
opponents more competitive
than the men in their singles,
were not easily overthrown and
cme nt g er in the second set
Jamaica's number one
Richard Russell found John
Eastern of the Windward
Islands another notch in his
winning streak in a 6-0, 6-1,
6-1 victory. David Pratt also of
Jamaica defeated his Windward
Island opponent Michael
Nanton 6-1, 6-0, 6-1.
Barbados took their first loss
in the Phillips Cup 6-1, 6-3 at
the hands of Guyana.
In action today, Barbados
played St. Kitts, the Bahamas
I aed Guyaa ad J mi
pl yed the Wi dwnrd Isaln sa
all Brandon doubles matches.
In ePhilp singles Guyana
Bahamas playedot e W ndward
Island.


CELTIC WIN SCOTS CUP
E IB RH, SO LnD (AP)
Edinburgh Saturday and won the
Scottish soccer championship for
the eighthsrtraiht year.
oflic sk th ed dis leagu w m
to hold off the challenge of their
old rivals, Ranges.
DENIS LAW GIVEN
A FREE TRANSFER
MANCHESTER, ENG;LAND
(AP) e Denkve sw, onen Brtdn'
given a free transfer by Manchester
U n te ad S a er a y h u i ea.

next season, and any team that
wants to sign him will not have to
pay Manchester United anything


major title during his career, was
not abi t~o coirednatechhis usual
hour.
The tournament is the eleventh
and last event in the World

A-grup, bf re th wrid sngler
finals in Dallas. May 9 1
CRICKET FIGURE DIES
CANTERBURY, ENGLAND)
(AP) Jim Sims, one of the best
known figures in English county
cricket before and after World War
6I .id nCanterbury F~riday night.

100KIE PITCHES

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Blenders
o'clock.


Iln pa ams
in the first game at 7
lIEICKS IsEES


MIn 61. Law had a season with Busby ro kie Righ 2ader for thev
Torino in the? Italian league. When Kansas City Royals in the American
he returned ao Brhitain, Manchester Lea ue, pitcher the flastono-hitter
Undpai te Ita lan club wi the yat 30 shutu over Detroit
I 15,000 pounds for him a British Wt htu vrleri
record at that time. That is Fridaynight.
$287,500 at the present exchange The 23-year-old from Fullerton,
raew has played in 49 Cua"" ngTI e igeswt n ai
internatliondalM gmc tforUS oada oa dhom oust. by Ed Kirkpatrick
win the English League twice, the 1)ae 6-foot-2, 205-pounder
English Cup once and the European allowed only two runners to get
Cup of Champions in 1968. But he past first base. Rich Reese reached
nit pathed o ynsa few games for a~n dna pasnd rbel ain the
chdthird on Busby's wild pitch


CLAIMS GAH RCD
Keating, 24-year-old English
marathon runner, claimed a world
record Saturday after running 40
miles 64.37 KM in 3:49:32.0.
T.4 oldsunofficia t nod o
Alastair Wood in 1969.

PEN RELAY WINNER
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Penn
State's Charlie Mac~uire, took the
lead with about 300 yards to go
and heldH rnt i thet hre1 m
rain-damponed 79th1 annual Penn
Rlys.
Maccuire was clocked in 13
minutes 41.6 seconds as he outran
srch F sr'r ti me I 3 43.h6
Bob Lees of Centtrl Connecticut
of ethlr I etef~our (1 :4 In
ad: .ick Mill of Georgetown flfth
It was a four-man race amons the
firt four finishers for the initial
half mile. Then, MacGuire and
Fisher opened a big lead on the rest
of a bulky field. The two ran
t o g ts e r u n t l ui t db 4 0
picked up the pace and with some
300 yards to go passed Fisher and
outran him to the tape
BRITON UPSETS EMERSON
GOTEBORG, SWEDEN (AP) -
Unseeded Gerald Battrick of
England upset third-seeded
Australian veteran Roy Emerson in
two straight sets 6-3, 6-3 Cfrdar
and advanced to the semifinals of
the second 50,000 dollar Swedish
Pro tennis championship*
Battrick, 25, a member of the
English Davis Cup team for five
years, 1968-72, who upset
unseeded Pattrico Cornejo in the
second round last Wednesday,
broke the 36-year old Aussle
offiteran's serve one in each set to
win the match, with a stronS
backhand.
Emerson, who has won every


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Sin the seventh. Free en hnadd walked
infield out.
It was the first no-hitter in the
AL since Oakland's Vida Blue did it
against Minnesota Sept. 21, 1970.
r crd be km a frst Kmansa Citi
pitcher ever to hurl a no-hitter in
regular season play.
nochd rit oorth vicr yas phe
Phillies beat Cincinnati 3-1. In other
games San Francisco blankedl St.
Louis S-O, Atlanta shut out the
o orlk 6Mets d-0, Housto edged
Chicago Cubs trounced San Diego
10-2 and Texas turned back
Milwaukee 4-2. Three games were
postponed by rain, Minnesota at
oewYork, Chicg WhAt lSox a
Pittsburrgh.
be rlton pitcheed a ofr-hitter i
Giants turned backhthe Cardinals on
Fuentes' three rbl.
Successive home runs by Hank
Aaron and Darrell Evans off Tom
Seaver backed Pat Dobson's
three-hit pitching as the Braves
rhpe che s It s s Aaoan's
of 7 14.
A single by pinch-hitter Jimmy
Stewart drove in the winning run in
the 10th as the Astros shaded the
Expos. Jose Cardenal drove in four
runs with a double and a single in
leading the Cubs over the Padres.
Dick Bosman, with relief help from
Steve Foucault in the ninth, beat
the Brewers for the Rangers.
Milt Whcox, a Cleveland
right-hander making his first start
of the season, almost came up with
the second no-hitter of the night in
pitching the Indians over California
6-2. He had a no-hitter going for
seven innings before Jim Spencer
spoiled It with a lead off single in
the eighth. He finished with
three-hitter.
The Oakland A's defeated the!
Baltimorer Orioles 4-3 in 12 innings
in another West coast night rname.


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Rochdale 3Southend 2



Bradford City 0 Southport 2
Cambridger 3 Mansfeld 2
Gillingham 3 Stockport 0
Halrtlepool 0 Erxeter 0i
Hereford I Crewe o
Lincoln I Workington I
Newoort 4 Bury 3
Northampton I Preteborough 3
SCOTTISH LEAGUE
Division I
Airdrie 0 Ayr United I
Arbroath 0 Motherwell I
Dumbarton 4 Dundeae United I
Dundee 2 Hearts 2
K rlmmc 0 Icklrk 2
Morton 1 Aberdeen 2
Rangers 2 East Fife 0


Brechin 0 Alloa 0
Clyde 5, St. Mirren I
Dunfermline! 3Clydebank 3
Hamtlton 2 montror o
WRith Rovers 2 0. of South 0
Stenhouslemuir 3 Albion Rov. O
Strunraer 2 Cowdenbeath 2


LONDON (AP)--Liverpool played (
Saturday and made 100 per cent sure
championship.
cel batno8 ns ch rdpionb n
triumph all week. But until
Saturday's game it was
mathematically possible for
Li erool ato ll 1 hea iy against
Arsenal on goal average.
A sell-out crowd of 56,000 at
Anfield Stadium saw Liverpool
receive! the championship trophy
and do a liap af est Ham.
Liverpool, with their programme
cm lte, totalled 60 points from

onArsenal hame 57 points and have
now catch Liverpool.
Thousands were locked out of
Liverpool's stadium and stayed
outside in a huge crowd waiting for
news of the game. Liverpool never
toche nti tue orm bu a
Champions next season.
This was the story of the leat full
day of the English season:
LIVERPOOL 0 LEICESTER o.
Leicester produced some fine
passing movements and did a lot of
attacking in the first half. Liverpool
defended well and gradually came
more into the same through the
skill of Kevin Keegan and Steve
Heighway. Leicesterr goalkeeper
Peter Shilton made brilliant saves
from Keegan, Larry Lloyd and lan
Callaglhan. Live~rpool continued
attacking In the second half, but
still the goals refused to come. The
crowd brought the aggregate of
Liverpool s home attendances for
league games this season to more
than one million.
WEST HAM I ARSENAL 2.
Arsenal stormed to a 2-0 lead at
halftime, although West Ham did all
the early attacking. CharlieGere



LONDON P)-Results of


Deby3 verton I

Ipswich I Sheffeld U. I
Liverpool 0 Leicester 0
Manchester C. 2 Crystal Pal. 3
Southampton 3 Leeds 1
Stoke City 2 Norwich 0
Tottenham 3 Newcastle 2
West Ham I Arsenal 2
Wolverhampton 3 Coventry 0
Division 2
Brighton 2 Nott. Forest 2
Bristol City 2, Hull City I
Cadlisle 2 Aston Villia 2
Huddertsfeld 2 Portsmouth 0
Mdd a bro sh 3 Oritent 2
Oxford 2 Luton I
Preston I Burnley I


Blackhurn I Oldham I
Bo~lton 2 Brentford 0
C'hested
Chesterfield 0 Bristol Roverst
G;rimsby I Plymouth I
Halifax 2 Bournermouth 9
Notts County' 4 'Tranmlere I


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(Windward Isles) 6-01, 6-1.
In the Brandon Cup men s
doubles, Barbados beat St.
Kitts 6-1.6-4. 6-1
SWEDISH TENNIS TOURNEY
G;OTEBORG, SWEDEN (AP) _
Second-seeded Nikki Pilic of
Yougoslavia and Allan Stone of
Australia reached the doubles final
of the second $50,000 Swedish Pro
Tennis championships by defeating
Rob Maud of South Africa and
Andrew Pattison of Rhodesia, 7-6,
6 4, here Saturday.
Pilic and Stone won the
tiebreaker, 7-5.
In late doubles action F'riday
night Maud and Pattison gained the
semifinal with a hard fought 6-4,
4-6, 6-4 victory over South Africa's
Frew McMillan and Swede Lelf
.Johanson.


i5ttu Gribtutte


saturday April 28, 1973.


IRANW)IIS CIF ClMPETITISH




Bahamas players subeaten,




t8$8 88fly 3-0 IaBd iR 100illy

FOLLOWING VICTORIES by Bertraml Knowles mad Iso Rolle in the singles with Jane Wiberg
and Vicky Knowles winning their doubles match the Bahamas took a 3-0 lead over their respective
opponents yesterday in the first round of the Ibandon/Phiilips Tournament of the Commonwealth
Caribbean Tennis championship held at the eetaga Reach~COUrts.


Big 8I Marketeers lose their second



game,Becks move up to second spot

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BIG; Q'S ACE PITCHER Andre Rodgers was pounded for four runs and six hits in the fourth
inning as & ecks Bees cut their losing streak and returned to second place following a 6-3 victory
over the league leading Marketeers. It was Big Q's first loss in IS games.


BERTRAM KNOWLES
... In good form


BABA Itresulfl aSSeSSesS



unous a COSt Of gcttil~g


8 IIssketballer s' gy i
By GLADSTONE ~THURSTON
Ad AVeING HAD THeI 1 7 o sCHEI, L et Inwha lfrwe te eAf r
'more important use' has served to drive home the point that the Bahamus
Aaert toask taldl Asoci lion tis in desperate ne o its own G;ym.
nMir. Hberts Ias ngt d aig the as oa ethel nhave Scuredt~h
annual convention was speaking on the inadequate facilities and poor
'Building aGytnrinasm.' playing conditions," Mr. Roberts
mesi~d na h g sum e hdtIln said. "But this must ceaseat be the
as showers, toilets and a concession improve our sporting image at
stand. One where local players can home and abroad, and I believe
practise on a regularly scheduled basketball can very well be the
basis, one where international sport we can excel in on the
competitions can be held, where international front. We have seen
there will be ample room for through the example of Sterling
spec ators.hwhere basketball can be Q~uant and other Bahamians who
tuh t you asters, ad gnm haeplcyed ab oad, that once gvie

competition such as the Olympic basketball .. or for that matter
Games. any other sport."
"It is indeed laudable that our Mr. Roberts suggested that a
present day players have progressed portion of the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre compound would be
1~~ 10o SCtf 8o t:i6':9he bunanrng of th

Being fully equipped with offices
and meeting rooms, the Gym
which could be constructed front
sWc e Wil W either pre fabricated steel or from
a goalless tie against Leicester Cilty ncrete sqblocksfe t.w embracte
of winning the English soccer league from pre fabricated steel which
would cost about $12.50 per square
Ilad n rthetpass for Ray t nn~eds ot h total costtr toe df be
minute, and John Radford added cnrt lcswikwudcm
the second in the 43rd minute after $200 r uefotohnte
goalkeeper Bobby Ferguson had ttacowodb$33so
punched ut ashotby3ME 1. Mr. Roberts explained that it was
Leeds, although beaten, are sure of r nomrmc ed fromatwood or tat be
third place in the championship* which would cost an additional
Jackle Charlton, playing his larst $25,000~i Ihy p i h t
game for Leeds. limped off with a Tu fte ovatesel
hamstringmrdwuyein the secoml half. route, a fully equipped syna would
half-time. Brian O'Nell fired in a $428,750. The cost, Mr. Roberts
s per goamlfor the home teaumti pito d oulf e l re mon ieal

Isulizdeln th 70tht minute,abut movne ato reduce the duty on
injuries to Chariton and Trevor "Over the past decade, basketball
Cherry and Southampton finicshd in the Bahamas has evolved from
well on top with goals by Bobby the weekend '1 bet we could beat
StoeLs anMkehaon you for a case of beer' game to
CHIELSA IMNHSE what it is today ..a system of
Daki' nrooeralo meh is toU en
League and was on the losing side. were to look back over the years
Peter Osgood scored Chelsea's we could see that this did not com
winnr i thesecnd hlf.about as a matter of evolution.
IPSWCH I SHEFIELD Rather, it has happened because
UNITED 1. Ipswich went into the dedicated and sincere men had
lead after 85 seconds. Sheffield worked diligently at bringing it
allowed a long clearance from about
goaleepe Daid Bst o bonce "But despite this, all is not roses
into the penalty box, and Trevor for the Bahamas Amateur
Whymark pounced on the chance. Basketball Association. Ever since
Alan Woodward levelled the scores its formation there have? been
with penalty in the 62ndminute. hesetting factors which have
TOTTENHAM 3 NEWC'ASTLE hindered and marred its attempts to
2. Tottenham, trailing 0-2 at bring good basketball to the
half time, made magnificent public," Mr. Roberts said. Should
recovery with two goals by Martin the B.A.B.A. have their own sym
Chivers and one by Martin Peters. "it is my opinion that nothing
Newcastle's first half goals came shoulld hinder us from having our
from John Tudor and Jim games as we would like to. When
McDermott* that time comes when we will have
M ANCH ESTE R CITY 2 completed our gym, then we will all
CRYSTAL PALACE 3. John be able to eniov this ever increasing
Craven scored the winning goal sportin relief." he said.


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