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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: May 2, 1973
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BIRIDGETOW,*, Barbsrdos,
(AP) The head of the
Aafican Church in Barbados.
Bishop Dreel Gomnes, a
work attitudes la this
sland-nation in a special May
Day sermon Tuesday.
Speaking at a service hceld by
the large Barbados workers
Union, Bishop Gomez said that
workers should abandon the
laissez-faire attitud~ of doing
things as they felt ke. Wkhat is
"absoluteelysa ncsar at tl

step taken by "those in
charge" to developing the right
attitude among members of the
union towards work.
"It is a shame and a scandal
and a public disgrace that, in a
nation with a high rate of
unemployment, workers have
to be brought in from St.
Vincent and St. Lucia to cut
cane," the bishopsaid.
This was "pure nonsense",
he continued, in a community
that boasts of having the
highest educational standards
in the Caribbean.
"No kind of work is
degrading," Bishop Gomez
said. "What is degirading is the
mo d that as taken to the-
Bishop Gomez's sermon was
one of the key addresses in a
series of special May Day
events organirsd by the union.
Later in the day, Prime

adeseed ceranaB et

Ge2 p memorial l Fuark,
miksr outside of Bridgetown.
Barrow said that the recent
Georget~own accord whfc wlll


Arve a peat effoolt on "the
quantum of enjoyment rad the
working people of Barbdois in
a rmnwab Caddbbea nt
pn f rring to the heads of
government conference in
G~eorgetown last month at
which the accord was signed,
Barrow said the destinies of the
peoples of the area were
"fashioned in businese-ike and
'meaningful style by dedicated
leaders."
FORMER ATT. GEN.
LEAVES BAHAMAS
Mr. L. A. W. Orr, Q.C.,
C.B.E., a partner in the firm of
Callenders Orr Pyfrom and
Roberts, has retired to the Isle
of Man.
Mr. and Mrs. O rr ailed
aboard the Oriana last
Wednesday after 22 years in
the Bahamas.
A former Attorney General
of the Bahamas, Mr. Orr came
here in 19S I to take up the
post of Solicitor General,
which he held until 1955.
In that year he was named
Attorney General and served in
that capacity until 1963.
co t stotto I~tl r's Ban
before joiningC the firm of
Callender and Callender inr
February 1969.
MAX THOMIPSON TO
UNDERGO OPERATIONS
MR. JUSTICE Maxwell
Thompson Is to undergo ta
operation Monday at St.
Francis Hospstal, Miamri Beach,
member of his family
confirmed today.
Mr. Justice Thompson is
expected to be in hospital for
about two weeks.
NO DEVELOPMENT
INl HANGOING DEATH
"THERE have been no
developments to cause us to
suspect foul-play" in the
hanging death at Cat Islandz
J at Priday of Harold
McDonald, aged between ASJ
Sand 50 years, Superfateldent
of CID Dudley T. Hanna sad
a nsi morning.
Mc~onald was found
hanaina from a tree


THE MIAMI*BASED TUGI "DIANE" was arrested in
Nassau by Bahamian authorities Monday following filing in
the Supreme Court of a $761,000 claim by Omega
Manufacturer of Mexico against the tug's owners, Ocean
Towing Corporation, over the sinking of an Omega barge
being towed frm aPor to Mexico*
PHOTO: Philip Symonette





ctggy ag age r ~7,




A MIAMI REG;ISTERED IUG the Diane wa armrestd Monday
by Admiralty Marpshall Leon FlowersI on order of the Bahamas
Supreme Court flowing a $76,646 claim made by Omep


By NICKI KELLY
THE BAD SERVICE iEING EXPERIENCED BYM8I1TOR8 TO NYASSAU was IIutr~ated In a lettr received b
The Tribune thh mis ae from a former guest a n of M th mhoteh on Pawradie slad.
The letter is a copy of one physician Dr. MichaelEliastam, "OThroughout our werek's aprrienced' "recurrent
set to the hotel's operators the letter said that the doctor, stay in that hotdl the staff dtifficulties with the telephone
describing the "unbelievaebl his wife and two friends were tended to be unhelpful, rai~tors and the telephone
arropace" of the staff and booked to spend a waek's uninterested and often ,servce dellived by the hott
their "rude and generaly vacation at the hotdl. downright rude." 'mar~e~dly resembled a lottery.
unhdlpful" attitude. "The most significant EXYCEPTION "We found that we stood s
Written by aBoston criticism I have is the quality Dr. Ellascanm sid that with one in three chance of getting
sof the personnel employed to the notable exception of one the correct person when askring
S staff the information and female employee, he found the aoerator to dial a speclic
,reception desk in the hotel himself "quite intimidated by telephone number.
lobby," howrote. the offedaive demeanour of the "In addition, the oprt
SHe said his wife, himself and desk staff and was on most werenoften rude and peeal
tieo friends, which made up occasions unwilling to elicit unh~pful." Dr. Ellastem said
"Asolupary aman and, e their helpd eeekin out~ir a that despite the fact that there
(lagusted by the unkcli' entertainment on the islnd."~ smfas telepop seroe a
arrggce f he taf.He said his p hdItl ob t
inadequacies do not cil
I the performance that Waslt
a to hone sr~vic~ ae.


DESPITE efforts by local ,
service clubs to clean Nassau
up for independence, members
of the public have devised a
variety of ways to thwart their
efforts.
i) A spokesman for the
Independence Cleanup
Committee said today the
conuittee had raised nearly
.contributions ino pp vl;
Woodside bins for litter.
.The bins however have
aredy been vandalized and
are being used for purposes for
e edschthey were never


or.~ ~ kiuu o er had .
high praise for his bedroots
maid whose performance he
described as "outstanding~. He
said she was especially helpful
when his wife was unfortuitate


ed, "she aneresr a th# sole
hdlpful' person in your
establishment."
COMPARABLE
whnw dcts medd ai fins
area of the hotel, found that
the standard of room service
was quite comparable to that
of the information desk.
"Dspite repeated telephone
calls and pleas to the room
service personnel to vacuum
the floor of the room and keep
the abom clean, the service
remained at a deplorably low
standard, and the room
remained itsr dirty state...
Dearibing his encounter
with Bahamians outalde the
hotel, Dr. Elluastem id he and
his party were not enthralled at
the prospect, however to their
pleasant surprise they
discovered that everywhere
outside their hotdl the people
of the island were "most
helpful, pleasant and friendly."
'"We sampled asrvice at
hotdsa in Nassan, the other
mrjor hotdls on. Paradise
Island, and an array of
restaurants both on the island
and in Nasesau, and we found
uniformly that people were
helpfu and jmriandly. This w s
provided by your hotel," he
wrote the operators.
Dr. Blastem said that the
level of service at his hotel was
"consistently bad from the
moment we arrived when the
clerk threw down a pen and a
registration card in front of
me, until the last day when
two of the femahe Olerks
cariend QA an lasulting
discussion about one of the
clienrti standias there
attempting to pin some
satisfaction with reprd to an
accommodation problem.
Despite his bad experience
Dr. Eliastam said he would
probably return to the
Bahamas as he: found Paradise
island an enchanting place for
a vaestion.
There was Ilttle doubt
however, that he would never
reaum to th** apate hotel*
Added dth letter: "I can only
hope that my letter will
provoke in yea some feelilagof
equity in tgrds? to the fact
that people pay' alot.of money
to go to your botels and should
get some thing menaningful in
return.
'The least that your hotel
staff could do is to try and
sentrib~t toward the quality
at timD~OC mlntn iJoyed by
their guests."


Manufacturera S A., a Mexican
country.
Omega's application to the
court folle nthta ari in o
the Diane had been contracted
to tow from Jacksonville,
Florida to the port of
QlTeamd ame ot paid Ocean
Towing Corporation $110,Q0


Corporation, an affiliate of
Ocean Towing, to provide
insurance covmeraon the
barge HudseaI Tradwas well as
isuraanc t the bre ca g
and equipment durdag the trip.
The barge sank however
while on the way to Tampeco
and all its cargo and equipment
lost, but the owners of the
Diane had not supplied Omega
with any details of the sinking
and loss, nor could the
company locate the
underwriters to make an
insurance claim said the
statement of claim, "."~
Omeap l clakning low and
damage totaling $16,646.31,
interest on that amount, an
order for the aipprisal and ale
of the Diane, and costs.
The Tribune understands
that the Disse arrived in
Nassau April 4 and was
arrested together with all its
appurtenances, after an action
was filed by the firm of
Dupach and Turnquest, acting
for Omega.
SIGNED
According to the statement
of claim the contract between
Omepa and Ocean Towing was
en Marc hI Omegs paid
Ship Sales Corporation a total
of $88,000 as insurance
coverage for the barge and its
cargo and equipment.


comanpy doing busness In that

An "Insurance Binder" was
Udswit to d onn Mmnch 1
allegedly confirming cover by
the "Old London Insurance
Company Ltd. and London
Co pa is" effective from
Tfhe claim syay the


UnderWriters Ltd. ws a
reputable insurance
underwriter for the placement
of Malrin insurance well
knowing uh repreantation to
On March 181 the Diane left
Ft. Lauderdale with the
Hudson Trader in tow.
SINKING
On or about March 30
Omepa learned that the barge
had sunk and all the cargo and
equipment lost.
The defendants howeerg had
not supplied any details of the
sinking and low.
According to the claim
statement Omrega has to date
been unable to locate
Caribbean American
Underwriters to make a claim
under the insurance policy
allopedly issued by that
company.
At about March 31, the
Diane put in at the port of
Progpreso, Mexico and sailed
again on April I without
reporting the loss and without
securing the necsawry
clearance from the proper
authorities at Progreaso,
according to the statement of
claim.
ormepa is clai abgn ghe c
contract or breach of duty in
allowing the Hudson Trader
and its cargo and equipment to
be lost.


A spokesmanm for the
Cleanup Committee said that a
number of plastic liners have
already been stolen.oahlrs

were using the bins to dump


Ho ever t he mas t
obnoxious example of public
slovenliness occurred yesterday
wbne IM dd heg wafound

emp ied obnces iee k, ald
something like this can cause a
terrible stench," the Cleanup
Committee spokesman said.
CALL HEALTH
He pointed out that anyone
wishing to dispose of a dead
dog need only call the Ministry
of Health at 36008 and the' do S
would be picked up within 24
onhe public's use of the bins
for "Lwet" garbage was also
creating problems for the
collectors, he said.
The Tribune was told that
garbage men who collect from
homes are paid a higher rate
than those who pick up "dry"
trash from public bins.
"When the bin collectors
find wet garbage they wml not
touch It," he said.
The committee spokesman
urged the public to make every
effort to assist in the cleanup
campaign by disposing of their
litter and parbage in the proper
manneromad no removing the
"The purpose of the liners is
to avoid having the bin
knocked about when the trash
k collected," it was explained


... awits ~im i lonpeait WETEN: first phase a


.~Poa r toreys witr 96 t6adms
M 8 ~wia be constructed ~I the firt
nr~ffEphasal of the operation. The
expanision wil abo' lolade
StMESTA BEACH::R:: re::.*4i :clds m
mdo dnn ra t Ttl


of ther Inw $5 milon aldldta* to


floor, gradiooksa the reorty
olymplodze swimming pool
and faces the hotel's stretch of
srady bueah*
the fout a o
dThe Gagnd Bahaamad Ho
of the oacj Tar Resot Hotels
and ~ ~ *s th ig
ilfd-ont ied rer in te
Baha mas.
The hotel has gained a
reputation over the years as a
sportsmanr' paradise. Apart
treat its swinmming pool, there
is~1 a fully equipped marina, a
rtiding stable, four tools
courts, I a sket and trap
shooting rang, a bowling alley*
aa achery oaurs and a
274rok golf cornte.
The sesort is completely
self-suffloient. It has its own jet
airport, a clini, a fire station
and many frasonable shops.
Its ideal location, 25 miles
away from tin hustle and
bustle of Freeport, makes it a
favourite vacation spot for
thoew seekin a quiet life.





rain, but Central Amrerican and
Caribbean countries are having
crop failures due to drouglht. In
Central Ameries some
countrias are gonlo through the
worst drought in 50 years.
The March 18-April 8
drought. inthe 8lanas was
the slath recorde4,absolute
drought beelatis .



THE EXISTING water
supply, with the nightly
pressure drops, is about as near
to normal as New Proitidence
consumers will pat until new
sour~es are _tagppd, The
Tribune lerned today
The Bolue H81* diaiinadon
plant and the wlFpic'dl pustps
are worklel Itll Malf 24 hears
a day to endtau about ris
'malfongaCLonsoffthwaIrvtea a
day.
But the suipplyt l almost
four million gasllons less than
the daily demand. Ss a reult,
the mala water tanh ks whiCh aTe
the foundation of the waiter
distribution system have to be
taken off-line from 9 o'clock
each night to S o'ecle tek
followla g qpjCi~ that
the~dr ball t
yield full ptresundre a the
day.


VETER1AN hotelier in thle RU1 dYP 00Y Y Cs
BahamasBob Souers issubjct seating capacity for 1,500
to the approval of the 6pli~re*'
Immigration Department, MR. Lowell Grant, resident
dated to succeed Leroy Bailey manager, said that phase two
as general manager Ofl the will result in the election of
Sonesta Beach Hotdl, afour more foors with 3600
appkesman for General additional sooms, giing the
Behamian Companies, thre hotel a total of 850O rooms.
Sonests owners, confirmed Th rieae~n
today. lobby T ihe rves arroiel d
GBC treashrter Robert dam ged in s lbh A pt
litedwood shid "we are st81 wAi be located oa 'th@ fet
fraiting for complete floorof the extuensei. Alsoea
clarification fromt immigration, that floor will be' a afeteris, a
but we expect to make a coCkt~al ounge and severalgift
formal announcement fairly shops.
s~Wh~''ortly." -' On the second floor w~ille
While confrmin Mr.found the Turtle Walkr Supper
Souer' a adoction as the Club, the Odut laland Dialag
Sonesta's new massager Mr. Room the main eating area
Redwood categorically denied -and the Grand Bahama
reports that GBC and Sonesta Ballroom, with a seeaag
International Corporation hadcactyo100.
sold he htel.The mala patio on the third
Mr. Souers began his hotel
carwer in the Bahasaas in 1959 rmt Lr
Irhen he became general
manager of the Narsan Beach
N e main dth hotd for
several years before movinS
to the management of the RAINFALL for a few days
President Hotel in Hong Kong. beginning April 9 etided the
In 196S he returned to the "absolute drought" which
Nassau Beach, and ran both it gripped New Providence for 22
and the Lucayan Beach Hotel days, but there has been no
in Frdeport for about a year measureable ralafall for ten
before opening his own firm, days now and forecasters
International Hot el predict only "Isltelrd showers
Consultants, Limited. In 1962 fora while."
le splan returned to~th Nassu Aspokesinati for te
Bach, as vice president and forcasting section of the
general manager. Bahamas Meteorological Odice
In October, 1968 he left the told The Tribune this morning
Nassau Beach to become vice "I don't think there a reany
president in charge of hotel signsof any rainfall for awhle.
operations with the Carl O. The-tr are no fronts or waves
Fisher Corporation, operators heading this way. We might get
of the Coral Harbour Hotel. a few isolated showers, but
He left the Fisher group in that's all," he said.
June, 1971 to become pnerd A Meteorological Office
manager of the Shertatn-San spokresman defined an
Juan in Puerto Rico. "absehstet drought" as "15
Mr. Bailey recently edened consecutive days 'none of
rs -manapr of the Bonesta, which is eredited wth 0.91 of
although he it continuing as a mlwannch or mower ."
d19*otor of6 Sgreaess While bestm~b4 1 dlral@
la~terntionst. 21 Btere as rathfa~H of
Ietween "a trrace tc 0.005 of
an inich or lew -~ and 0.04 of
so ineh, ending the drought
~U3~~fi0 AND which baCgsa 4*L Madru 4~8.
ther has been 'Zae mesturabk
Cwrr~r c~s'; /nra~ll since ApHF 21," the
spokesman said*
The a rn-
Stat ~i
~t~"ti~b1b1


National IdIscussion on Independence)
A PRLaINDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION NATIONAL DISCUSSIONY, "he Role Of
The aIkdkdual," is being conducted by the group plotured above, and may to heard over
zNS Thusdy at 8:30 p.m. Shown from left to riht are: Dr. Timothy McCrtney, Mr.
Nodl Gt Robert, M.P., Mr. Georpo A. Smith, M JP., Padiamentary Secretry, who haods
the ladoped nce Secretarists Prime Ministe Lyndon Q. P~dlings Mr. J. Vlert W~s of
Gegeiriomrt Information Servieses Mr. Herld Maonpning, Pamanent Seesetry amI Mr.
Egagit Strasha, independence Secrtaria.
PHOTO: Lorenta Lotckhart


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weenessus lay 2 19 3


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WOSTONV DOCTOR WRITES CRITICALLY OF

BAD SERVICE AT HOTEL, ON PARADISE


.Hotel


staff arn 4 ant


CLEAIP AMAgA aana

ARE BEING

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OJD ~ltjbYli~
I


rlabsee,rr sal r talk and peac
taR, I'nan geesetepin m~hary

Worisrs 40ep Pekin to Prague
took Ilee Mr to celebrte the
officil basemantional holiday of
taboufr's ft wing.
Whast Me pteident of Egypt

son Brb otde



msilsnreedrb C mnuni yout
Wolrkw in Blrittai went on strike
U~oht th aandt aym in o

labour pile.
AacYokmrt#~s nd blta

grulttr ~ Eseler ac Mnlbon of
And there was even les unity in



the labou unlo bander wsang
"Actica sol arity, ut workers
teamchss aud nt pupis. w

May Day became an occasion for
labour demonstrtions after the
asen Sor thaternational chose

Staes odlmd andgrhe ouUnited
ancient Rosanm rite of spring -
cm brted with dancln mound
arnd streamus.
May Day themes around the
world were familiar ones' peace,
srbugle against capitalism and
The crowds fanged from 7so
Cambodlans who shrowed up at the
Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh
to vast thronpa who filed Moscow's


hardr and harder so ou country
will survive Communist
domination." Insurgnt forces were
only a few miles outside the city.
Len Moscol hug dotr oe


party seentary who dominated the
aetl shem **rk poc tof th
other fI O he wld, is first of






DOWNTOWN MIAMI


WON ED KNEEE, So E STKOA EDP)- A government officist
says federal f'or, es may storm the occupied village of Wounded Knee if an
:*::.Y.-':* not~ hed &ta h~ldy e ovmtso t nm Rt a ~
mW ttt Indians holding the South Dakote hamlet would, in the meantime.




'VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE' SAY CRITICS
WASHINGTON, MAY 2 (AP) -- In an action that critics later termed a

rnr toe Sue hn ure p c ttmeN h( dpb spro eto frew o
Only a handful of Senators were present at noon Tuuesdy when
It~publea~n jsntor Charrle Peiry d'akdfo and received onessmou


reconsidered without a promise of a specific hour for a tol-call vote on the
irssu. He volleteered to bring up the matte r agn today.
one seta c ln o/$ tn r Ininearlyn hprasure on Athoran y
~neJ-sllll nll tclrro th ehwould try ga ton ps them b



statmn to onday nightlr thaeutr a o "vigrou e "hle noe the ivttbn
truthlr about aete, Zlubiegr repld: "Ye, would apologize to e the

R 0YCER AOO AUC TION BLOCKYETEDA,
LOSHNDO N (PP)- Rols-oye wsonu heu secrtion blok Tuday. As
bidding cly posed ther wre Wuladctions tht the dr com ans som ht h
tarnhed sys abo would stay tin rian. 1~mro rietNxntmrt
ferospace empirey tht collpse fiadey "vrru ihpt epducw
As the flast bids wete, taen n ekr N.kd M.u R othcld saoidr no bids


RollsN Royce crs stW roe a sttu sysbe thsonughout th orld. Largl A
handmdl oe, thre hwbere ndescrited a seton the fomlnast rsexamleof
Rotrhchild dibd not sarty how matbny iswr eld u ahw
sealed eneope ser compedeod by a h garate or aot 1 pHM mIlto fasa
toe rsopof~pr the t bd er'oobd faith.
SThe Ro~s MRoye esaien crase inn Apri 19, fellehhd b d infltonary
cost lacbreasesbut the sof tonprs divnsan rmie val rpsiin h
year' prlofits ae esdtima epeted at $12 H sg onwich woulEd b arcod
TheBrtis govert M nan stepe nu to shotreup~ the Rolls Royeeseo
-aglae divaln' work ou n thrred RB1 **8** or the Locha Tristar d
Rethtlear. dIt not bendeie how much bl then gaoversatet will pa
Onelm there wee fear tht7 th molktors~ divioon atlght seene uder
Ametcrlen owne idershi and IitinRtehi ttsa lf htpsiiiy
Another qusl*ni wehr o Royu Mot nr~ n pB191 erslld becat p~rivte,
dedeedet rolspan asmr~ aert of it employas wlir vant e or gopbcand b
lIes i~rts tcko thuaen Leaon xcae. I ta r Rl or o


NASSAU In Tfts WAHAMAS


wishes to annoupoe that they are

OPEN FOR MUINE~kSS...a would be

happY to be of services to you.
(RggTstdUif5ANT C~LQS MINDAYU .


-ew ILHIMSBLITIES EXPANDED
WASHINOTON (AP)- Presdent Nixon Is expected to panounce shortly
expanded responsibilties for Vkce P~redent Agnew followlag the

The New York "Times" quotes sources today as sylas ladictments are
Dean; former Attorney Genwal John Mitchell; Nixon campaign director
Jeb Stuart Mlagradr and former Mitchell aide Federick Larue. (a SEE
STORIES THIS PAGE & PAGE ONE)
Meanwhile, the Chicaso "Tribune" raparts today that President Nixon
:' "pledg ', k blokny teie a alhoe nfor R public Sanktsg I CLmes
prosecutor outside the administration.

tOSANELE ( E) Dfnw attrny ON t e gn hapws trM
htv eale ulcdsrwk3 I an ink htw n fh atrat l
disclosure that presidential side John Erilchman knew of a break in at the

Brye d'd he ou n r ::w en :hy=:::: ad wud n chag t
policy of making public any documents relevant to the trial. (e SEE

WASH N;OY ( )- HI r Texas governor John connally
eotel nw rt n ouncwa tsh ohnk wch mItm thea Dmcal ta
of the Treasury will make the formal announcement at a news conference

In~t t 7 on


NIXON MEETS WITH TOP ECONOMIC ADVISORS
WASH1INGTON (AP)- Prrankent Nixon meets with his too economic
advisors today In a conference likely to produce some tightening of phase
three wage and price controls. Some officials hint at stronpar antl nflaton
mesrures, but hixon advisors recently ruled out a new fkeee and
Amon tcr as heduled to attend the meeting mar Treaury Secrea~ry
Ecnmic Adsors He ort telA; nd tFederal enyer Bat c rm n
Arthur Burns .

SNIXON AND LRANDT DISCUSSIONS COVER WIDE RANGE
WASHINGTON (AP) West German Chancellor Willy Brandt today
winds up two days of meetings with President Nixon and top
administration officials. The Chancellor spoke with the Psresdet and the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday in the wake of Nixon's call
for a new Atlantic charter. Brandt had no comment on his Senate
appearance, but Committee chairman William Fulbright said the dscussion
touched on troop withdrawals from Europe, trade and the status of
American radio stations broadcasting to Eastern Europe from West
Glrmalny.

S VIET C PCELe PIOtNER RE A SoE SnECONDnsMEd f h
rcease of Viet Cong civilian prisoners set for today. It's the second time in
two days the Saigon government has cancelled a prisoner release.
Plans had called for the sovernment to turn over 600 civilian prisoner
Monday and today, but the Salgon Command ctlams the Viet Cong refused
to sign guarantee for the safety of lnatrnational observrs.


W~h~asH~orIO (AP Tim is
no *rease,ad mm, Lt~laes

any rurqrtM Plto cent
them ap, soucrce eleg to the


nowwwtie savatsed**tr teak
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onets March rt 2,dAri~al17,the day
hes at nouncedh "ma or

Sirica, tin, Watt tri al indp.


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ranrmter by pietial passie
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tNhe haw e insistectd n U.S.
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Mes truth kem1 Man la Mestrgt whetapping lawsa lot d question

The Wategate seadel leag ao with SEC chiaun.Wb *


feeds denrr ins sulo ard


mrutud-at~d sc del, ad aklld Other ties to Vraco so back to
crims by Whit Heank rmlyha19 M cheH nls the U. 9


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lectIo rrdsrMnh h Inteoreslt, in te e when hed ound bi
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chlrof rof taffr' H. R. ic Haldnan ha Hose bacing Ifrtr fr,
beena qhuotd in tralncripetsM~y of Gnd Non didn't Qmetion th Vsco
urteshtimony calsd sain Hldeman cmpaign hl gIft wih thins broher
$350 hrv 0 loa ree rhe na Edrlhd pre ded o help, btthel
turne p a$50,00fud in at news accounr h Flhmdnts i. H s h
WP 's r ntl lm ers paty Darle r rbd sRU 9 Lobsr I o Biu
political sabotheurmngther stearlng the Pentagn' sert
rakthinss. utm hinsrtor of the Vitam s War land
G oernment auditor have~tl redgvis it o' mnewspaes.c~l Waitera
Huhls Soan beRHR pdrosecte for G.U Gordoln Lidylgdyboe
fblag qtodi reporclt o pamntsud to intodYmeto the ofieo lsbrg's
give a phlony lapresion of psrublic psyhetist Lwhis Fieding, in
ksppot for,00mr Nions war poliies 191,while rthely weeo hels White
Nixo n hsn' said hthe ors hes ke tHoe payrollo to minstigte the

organization continueon keep Yof k the burry accrdlexpsd to a
sertis spending m repotely~ar repot rea indltst court Tuday.(*
involving aron $10,00 million, from SEE STOunRY HSG)
beflorei l ast u~ril 7.Tati thud int SBrOw Tyo The Anm i He d

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dhraggxngr his eetin tsurnigoer, Ellabers. tor thi tme Hunt and
Hul an, be u rosud fr G Groy w id rl~dy ok
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campaln' lst yerl a ind s reotedlyrpecnprtrrc
chairman John N. CMitche, the Imt~llp~ihh

frrorme Attlory Geneals thenur tidd wr t pyo f
Voes' lwers theyrg coldwe r antheWtrt ai pnl


E Blic t interview wi h
over to defense attorneys
oay la US. B erit cour
attorneys then revealed that


.Hoad Hu t an G
G~ordon Liddy to conduct an
itivesti nation "directly out e



clsiid dcmns

Leonard Boudin, further
revealed that Ehrlichman, who
resigned hs post Mnay'
admitted knowing that Hunt
"wacs edaoa rn to pee a
to Ellsberg." ,
Boudin added, "although
t Et lc ean wad e w nod
brok t tha hhs iniidatrss ha
boen int th ps cyiars'
premises until after the
incident had taken place, (he
says) that he then told them
nt to do it ,,n.
SHOCKING
Boudin, calling this a
"shock ing" dimdelopmetnte

Indictment against Ellsberg and
Anthony Russo, stating that he
believes the White House "I
ma he P esd n
smyc fcally"t e w idre tl
rsonsibleac ns Hunte's an
iddy's~~~ acin. He si

nunrie tat hd wa ak b
President Nixon to make


$"ind:."'den dfth n n
investigation.
The interview quoted
E rlichman as sayin t re wa

Ellsberg had emotional and
mowral problems" and Hant


conduct traits.
Ehrlichman was quoted as
saying the to were to dwvel p




aar tpyhiat idd andile Hunt
wre makion t Elbrips tothe wet
coqs-~th "to follaow up. leds,

Boudn said.e th ra-n
Tol he judg hagns iniaed that


if Ellsberg's prchtiat rcrdB

this could indicate "tainted
o -dm to in the
Byrne took no immediate

saing he antd to mem r he

proe int the m tton befot
acting.




Ehrlichman may have had
ulterior motives when he
contacted the judge last month
and met with him concerning
the possibility of Bryne
accepting a "future assignment

White Homs sasd Mwh ay rs
the post of FBI Director
"When Mr. Ehrlichman met
with your honouir on April 5,
Mr. Ehrlichman knew he was
part of an investigation that
resulted in the break-in at Dr"
(Lewis) Fielding's office in an
attempt to give evidence
against r. Elbrg," sai
Wemogla 'Heb kn that yur

.novn D Elbrg.
Wemnglass said this raises the
question "of what was in Mr.
Ehrlichman's mind when he
had the meeting with your
hnuAIDE PRESENT
Weinglass added that he has

tat Ehrt hmn adm irrnd
when the contents of Hunt's
v rte Hos ngdeB cr tre
Patrick Gray, among them a
file on Ellsberg
Boudin read in court the

oF Ehralcha nasto AIi M2
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aidviber to th6 PitMiaeti~t; as


President.
"It was a plained to him
ndus interviews was be n

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disclosure of the Plentgon
Paprergs an skedhim toi make
inquirmeies indeedn of7 the
"The deci alo ade byre
inteertin te was hoin


them to conduct some
hw.erisation in the pas....
Papers leak matter 'directly out
of the White House.
Lddy and Hunt "wvere
designated to conduct the
investigation the seor aid
adding:
"Mr. Ehrlichman knew that
Liddy and Hunt had conducted
an inestigtion In the
Washington, D.C., area" and
were going to the west coast to
fotlow up leads.
Although Ehrlichman knew
that the two had gone to
California, the FBI report said,
"he said he had not been told
that these ladividuals had
broken into the office of the
psychiatris of Ellaborg until
after it had taken place.


HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)- ohn B.
Cornnaty, President Nixon's formw
Secetary of the Treaury*
anrotaend Wednadady he is
swltobbag from fsit Demonstratic to
the Repoblica ePrty.
A prepared text to be read at a
saws conference scheduled for
1600gmrt made no specific
safence, however, to Connally's
own poitical plans for tlae ftstt.
There has been recut
speculation the forera Texas
Goranor and protep of tin late
Steeldest Lyndon & Jobsorn has
gime allowr thought to malasln a
bid for th Republican preldensas
"I bellow tht in our dme, as
Repubian Patrt bet repwresn
the broad views of most Americas,
wintever timir formal peM~teal
affillerrans," Connally seld in th
"I beieveo tht it can tsot provide
the rstrost ad stabilty to unite
our pmop to derl rMotively wdas

"Assorsely.l I jam sees,
raona***In my decide to afdralte

~ Sr al~ea don krl
IseSt the aoods ad spirations of
as Amrlorns."

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aile BMdn rand the Assoouated
Nl reseslrw in Washinston inorm
ager of the swbeft.


"Such activity was not
authorized by him. He did not
agree w~ith this type of
investigation. When he leaned
of tim tarrlatry, he lastructed
tthm not to do it aglan"
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saying he co 4d not recal wo
tbld him rabut the butliay
the name of the pqay rb
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and now I know I will never
vote for you again. You don't
speak for the people of Abaco,
you are using your position for
your own personal grudges that
you have against this
Government.
So, Mr. Watkins, please use
all this hot air you're shooting
around for some Pood.
There is a lot of things
needed in Abaco more
important than lying to the
world about all the guns we
have so try and keep vour big
fat mouth shut- shut abut
until you're asked to speak for
the Abaco people (which will
be never).
Let me apologise to the
entire Bahamas for Mr.
Wat kins.
A TRUE ABACONIAN
Abaco'
April 27, 1973


IShr rtbant
-v~n --~P Ju V kClI
Bd4rt Bostal To Swear1 To CThe DgnMB Of- ~bMaa
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubahehr/Bditor 1903 -1914
SIR ETIENN~E DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.SO., D.Litt., LL.D.
Pa)UIIkrlBiine 1nn 9711
Contremitrl Bditor 197' -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.*
PuesaUer/Biatter 1972 -
Published Daly Monday to Satunrdy

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHON(UES:
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General Offces (15 Extensions) 2-1986
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Wednesday, May 2, 1973.


call Philip Worrell 2-3843


ag- DMEO UFE SUAC OPN


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Just a word or two for Mr.
Watkrins ~
Mr. Watkins, ask yourself
this question if an election
were held today would I win?
Let me answer that with a
great big fat NO!
I voted F.N.M. last time but
deep down I never trusted you





AFTER a stay of five days
in Nassau, Mr. Albert Osswald
Prime Minister of Land Hessen,
West Germany, chairman of
Hes sische Landesbank
Frankfurt and chairman of the
Ad vis ory Board of
International Credit Bank
Gene va Swit zer land
accompanied by his wife left
eorn York on Sunday
While in Nassau, Mr.
Osswald paid a courtesy call on
the Governor, Sir John Paul
and was received by Prime
Minister Lynden O. Pindling
and by Deputy Prime Minister
and Finance Minister Arthur D.
Hanna.

W. Bur dt Ga, prsdnt of
International Credit Bank
(Bahamas) Ltd. and Mrs. Gray
hosted a reception for the
Osswalds at the East Hill Club
which was attended by
members of the Consular
corps, Government officials.
and representatives of leading
banking, trust and busine.
interests in the Bahamas.
.Before leaving, Mr. Osswald
said that he and his wife had
greatlymappwecicateda ablrvii
them to see and enjoy the
many facilities available to
persons holidaying_ in these
islands, and that they both
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S ar E toon no

E TmR wting to no in order Si Etien m aso usd Ms
that you might pass on a vote newspaper to pubeidze ths
of thanks to Sir Etienne Bahamian participation and
Dupuch. thereby promoted the intemsts
I am writing on behalf of the of the Bahamas.
other Bahamian students at What makes Atlantic College
Atlantic College and myself. In special is that a student here is
six weeks my two year course exposed to people from all
here at St. Donat's Castle ends. over the world. There are
Johnnie Fowler will also finish students from 43 countries I
when I do. Nicki Huyler is in should say 44 just yesterday
her first year on the National 15 students arrived from the
Select io n Commit tee People's Republic of China,
Scholarship and L~ester Albury putting us right into the thick
is here on a Tribune of things as far as world events
Scholarship. Daphne Clarke is are concerned the thaw of
in her first year as a private Red China.
entrant. If we send representatives to
I am sure that they would all Atlantic College from the
echo my sentiments when I Bahamas every year we will not
offer a hearty thanks to Sir only share abit of the Bahamas
Etienne for the part he played with the world but we will
in our coming to this college. have graduates returning who
He was vice-chairman on the are in possession of an
selection committee (His international understanding
Excellency, the Governor, is that is so essential to a young
the Chairman). Sir Etienne was nation.
also the energy behind a very Once again, we attempt to
successful fund raising drive say thank you to Sir Etienne,
that ensured Bahamian and indeed, to the whole
participation at Atlantic selection committee for this
College for many years to opportunity.
come. I hope that someone will Api 69S3TUART MUNRO
April~~ 26 93
workers expressed alarm because a 16-year-old boy was given a
20-year stretch.
Mugging has become a serious crime in many cities in the
world, including London and New York. I recall with pleasure the
evenings spent in Central Park during visits to New York 40 years
ago. Now it is not safe to go into this Park, which had been a
great recreational area for city dwellers, even in the day time.
Indeed it is not safe to walk the streets in broad daylight these


Not long ago I had an experience that strengthens my
conviction that the public interest is best served when a habitual
criminal is safely behind bars.
Before Canon William Granger was recently made Dean of
Christ Church Cathedral, a promotion for which he deserves
congratulations, he was the Prison Chaplain. He worked very hard
in carrying out a reform programme for prisoners.
His greatest effort was in trying to get jobs for men when they
were discharged from prison.
We have been long time friends and so he came to see me one
day because he realized that I was having difficulty in recruiting
men capable of being trained for newspaper work.
I agreed to take on three of his men. They were all very bright.
I was particularly interested in one of these men because I have
known members of his family all my life ... all fine people. He
was the only black sheep.
I entered enthusiastically into the effort to restore these people
to society. They had been to prison several times for crimes of
"confidence" but somehow I believed .... I hoped .... that I might
be able to exercise a constructive influence on their lives.
I felt that if I could succeed, this would be one of the greatest
triumphs of my life.
But it was hopeless. The things these men did to me .... and to
people who trusted them because they were on my staff .... were
unbelievably fantastic. Happily these men were not vicious.
Since then these men's names have reappeared in the court
news, always with light sentences.
I feel sorry for the habitual criminal. I believe that it is a form
of disease that should be treated like dangerous mental cases or a
contagious disease. These people should be kept in a pleasant
place where they can be engaged in interesting occupations, away
from law abiding people 6n whom they prey when they are free.
"""*
Another interesting bit on crime.
A news despatch from Washington reports that President
Nixon and his commission on drug abuse remain in firm
disagreement on an effort being made by the National
Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse to "decriminalize" the
casual use of marijuana.
Despite all the evidence that the use of marijuana quickly leads
to indulgence in hard drugs, there are people who urge tipt the
use of marijuana should not be a criminal offence.
Since I have been living in Florida I have got near to an
organization that is trying to rescue youths who have become
"hooked" on the weed.
Leniency and compromise will not check the spread of this
destructive traffic.
There is only one way to deal with this traffic and that is to
smoke the traffickers off the streets and get them behind bars for
a long time.
There was a time when people felt that crime did not pay.
Because of the leniency of courts .... today crime does pay. It has
become big business.
As a result of the great increase in crime Florida jails are so full
that many of the prisoners are being put in apartment buildings.
A news despatch from Teheran, Iran reports that the Shah of
Iran has formally taken over from foreign operators the country's
multi billion dollar oil industry.
This is serious as it places the West at the mercy of Middle East
oil governments.
Already the U.S. is facing~an energy crisis because its present


sources of supply are inadequate to meet the needs of a great
industrial nation and military power.
It is therefore urgent that the western powers convert as
quickly as possible to atomic power.
**********
A final news bit from the Florida area.
Recently I told you that the people of this area were shocked
by the discovery of a migrant labour camp in which a number of
blacks and one white person had been held in virtual slavery for
four years.
Since then another slave camp has been uncovered in Florida in
which both white and black men and women were forced to do
labour for their masters.
In both cases these camps were owned and run by black men.
While white mehneall over the world tday ame strvin to lift u

pop ing up in the hil id e eonenAmerican society laei

this category. But that's a subject many of our people in the
uBahams dwho are still groping in the dark, will soon begin to

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY

Liberty, too, must be limited in order to be possessed. UK


Among a people generally corrupt, liberty cannot longB E st
'UEE


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the second article in a1 series I am writing on the
destructive results of violence and the lust for financial and
political power)
YESTERDAY I started to write a brief article about the savage
and atrocious murders recently committed by eight Black
Septemberists in Khartoum and ended up by writing an historical
sketch covering a wide range of events that took place during the
first and second world wars and also a bit about the Suez Canal
crisis of 1956.
At the same time I read a UPI despatch out of London
reporting on recently revealed documents which show that
Britain and the U.S. might have been near to war in 1928. This
new revelation about unhealthy Anglo-American relations
explains some of the things in world affairs that have puzzled me
for a long time.
But before writing about British-U.S. relations 44 years ago I
must deal with the most important part of the Associated Press
Cairo despatch about the Black Septemberists.
Yesterday I reported that, despite evidence to the contrary, the
Palestine guerrilla command has washed its hands of the Black
September guerrillas who murdered three diplomats in Khartoum.
This means that they accept the fact that there is no hope for
these men even though they will be given a fair trial. There just is
n~o defence or excuse for their action.
Now they are approaching the case from another direction.
The A.P. news despatch reported that Sudanese lawyers predict
that if the terrorists are sentenced to death, their attorneys will
appeal to President Nimeiry for clemency because the United
States did not execute the killers of Senator Robert F. Kennedy
and Dr. Martin Luther King.
**********
For a long time now there has been a trend away from capital
Punishment and long sentences. There has been a strong
movement for reform in penatlnst~intions. ;-
Not long ago the U.S. Supre~e Court ruled that the death
penalty was unconstitutional.
People who oppose the death penalty and long sentences claim
that these severe sentences do not act as a deterrent to crime.
My lawyer brother is strongly opposed to capital punishment.
He maintains that murder is a crime that is seldom repeated. This
may be true in the Bahamas where .... although crime is
alarmingly on the increase ... there is still no organized crime.
But recent events in the world have so severely shocked people
Concerned wNith governments that the swing today is back to
severe sentences.
In the U.S. several states have already passed laws challenging
Sthe Supreme Court riling and President Nixon has come out
.strongly for the death penalty in certain cases.
iHe also urges severe sentences for people who tranfc in drugs.
SThere is no finer Christian in the world today than Billy
SGraham. He has come out in support of President Nixon's crime
Proposals, adding that in his opinion rapists should be castrated.
El Salvador takes a dim view of rapists. A news despatch
reports that 10,000 people watched while a man who raped a
10-year-old girl in 1970 was executed by a National Guard firing
squad.
It has been a mistake for the U.S. not to execute the assassin of
Robert Kennedy. This man and hundreds of other guerrillas held
in prisons in different parts of the world have provided an excuse
for revolutionary elements to commit some of the most
atrocious, cold-blooded murders in history. In each case the
murderers have demanded the release of these men. Had these
men been executed for their crimes then they would not have
become a rallying point for organized crime.
********
I agree that there is some cause for leniency in crimes of
passion but men who sit down and plot cold-blooded murder are
a menace to society, not only in their persons but particularly in
the incentive they provide for other people of weak minds to
follow their example.
I have always believed in long sentences for habitual criminals.
And also for special categories of crime such as dope peddling,
kidnapping and rape. I agree with Billy G~raham that a rapist
should be castrated. I feel that rape is more serious than murder
in some cases. A man is murdered. He is dead and is beyond the
reach of iiurther harm. But a woman who is raped must live with
this horrible nightmare for the rest of her life.
Surely the only w~ay to put a dent into the drug traffic would
be to clean the streets of dopepedlars ... and keep them clean.
Because of my newspaper work I have been close to the human
side of Ilife in the Bahamas ever since I was a small boy.
Way back in the days when very little happened in the
Bahamas and a murder was a very rare event, I got to know all the
.habitual criminals in the island. There was very little crime of
violence in those days. These men were mostly petty thieves.
They were all likeable chaps in many ways but they couldn't keep
:their hands from "picking and stealing". I could tell you some
interesting stories about these delightful rogues. But not today.
Whenever the news got around, for instance, that Cyrus
arme tht w aeou f trsna e t aneknew that thea had to

het is lgicl to ds that, had Cuyrus been gi eniltonger setences,
After he had served his 100th sentence he came to me
'expecting that I would write a story othislife in The Trbune. He
weno prumd of hi ac ivement.

m Bnlm da ln bee tesre ore rf a l movie ent i
:greater severity is needed in dealing with certain types ~of crime.
A recent Associated Press despatch out of Lonidon r prted

Spase ono ola teaer dor tugag o~b ad ome 1 w
makers welcomed the punishment, the report said, but social


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LuODON~, ApsH 2L5 MBother Teres, the Albaniant peast whores~ for Caclctts's lepers and .
d~yl, was preasatd vlt wh theirt Templeto Founadaion Prize for PRogclres i Re~liginr at a ,
casemony in Leadea's historic Goldal~l on AprG 25S. Sheb is know as "I~s Sant of Calcutt'.


We see this in God's continual
creation of the atoms and thq
galaxies. We see it in the neyg
experiences of men and in the,
discoveries of scientists

me on di fer nt coinens
make different discoveries is,
their long search to understand
more of God's infinite nature
Men are finding new ways to
worship God new ways to:
open their hearts to receive and~
radiate God's infinite love. We
should rejoice in this rich
diversity. Surely we can learri
from each other."
London's Lord Mayor, Lord~
Mais, was chairman of their
evening and others taking part
included the Rt Revd Robin;
Woods, Anglican Bishop of:
Worcester, and Dr. Eugene:
Carson Blake, former General:
Secretary of the World Council!
of Churches.


LET CHILDRIENCOME TO
TERMS WITH DEATH J

ACO ENTRY, ENGL ND (AP)i'
parents Sunday to let their children
come to terms with death.
Some ways of doing this, as;
sge te ky a. Murray Parkues ofl
Relations in London:
Leave the dead goldfishf
floating in the bowl for the children
to see.Dntr
death of the family cctovr d th
let your children conductafne
service for the pet.
th dfyu e th ct m poring over
don't condemn it as morbid. oe
"It's all good training for the
ultimate fact of Ilfe death,"
r ocatio meeting inCvehi ica
He said there is evidence that..
extremely young children who are
gravely distressed when their
prepnt de stre midree Ilkeldy to ro
on tranquilizers or drugs. .


Prince Philip, husband of
Queen Elizabeth, presented the
diminutive Cathatb nun with a
U.S. $85,000 cheque to
continue her work.
In owardin the prz the
said: "Mother Teresa has been
instrumental in widening and
deepening man's knowledge
and love of God, and thereby
furthering the quest for the
quality of life that mirrors the
divine. She embodies Christian
love in action and' provides a
living witness to the power and
truth of the Gospel Jesus
proclaimed."
Prince Philip said that when
he first heard of the prize he
had misgiviqpg, as he had
doubted the appropriateness of
awarding prizes for religion.
"1Then came the news of the
person selected to receive the
prize together with a
description of Mother Teresa's
works, particularly among the
very poor of Calcutta. It is
really Mother Teresa who has
made this prize work in the
way it was intended.
SHEER GOODNESS
"The sheer Goodness which
shines through Mother Teresa's
life and work can only inspire
humility, wonder and
admiration. It as mn the Itves of
people like Mother Teresa that
the nature and influence of
God is to be recognized, and it
is there that it should be
expected, and not in some
inconsistent intervention mn the
process of the mechanism of
nature", the Qiseen's husband
said.
"If we are to move towards
more civilized living many
more people will have to be
exposed to religious thought,
so that some, at least, can open
up a line of communication
which may eventually allow a


message to get through. Those
who receive a message, whether
weak or strong, will have to
Ilve and work by it every
moment of their lives," he

ad accepting the prize, which
s an attempt to do for religion
what other great prizes have
done for sciences and culture,
Mother Teresa said "it is an act
of love" and that she will use
the U. S. $85,000 to continue
spreading love and peace in a
world of continuing poverty
and loneliness.
Citing her home for the
dying and hospital for lepers in
Calcutta, Mother Teresa said
she saw similar sickness in the
affluent West, that if not
arrested will become a cancer
that will suffocate humanity.
SIMPLE DRESS
The former Loretto nun
who sought the Pope's
permission to found her Order
of the Missionaries of Charity
was dressed in a simple white
cotton sari, blue cardigan and
strap sandals which were in
sharp contrast to the historic
surroundings of Guildhall, the
centre of government, pomp
and pageantry of the City of
London.
Earlier Mr. John M.
Templeton told the nine
hundred who dtammed
Guildhall that "Progress is
needed in religion as in all other
dimensions of human
experience and endeavour. It is
imperative that progress in
religion be accelerated as
progress in other disciplines
takes place. A wider universe
demands a deeper awareness of
the spirit and of spiritual
resources available to man, of
the unmensity of God, and of
God's infinite love.
"God is revealing more of
Himself to us in many ways.


Elow-to-elbow should ZUCCh IRS IISS IS 8 HI/C8CA eb
nothut cee-tochekZUCCHINI SQUASH have made a reappmarac at the Potte'rs Cay Produce Bxchrang. The bhig
fl~t h rt ch ek-tocheekones, almost a foot in length, make almost a meal in themselves ether r as +a vgtabe or stuffed
with meat as a main dish.


By Abigail Van Buren
o im1 or caseI tre~ne. v. news~ syne., eI.c
DEAR ABBY: Would you advise a husband and wife to
work together every day? My husband is opening a new
business and a lot of people have told me we might get
tired of each other if we're together all day and all night.
We get along very well.
I am a bookkeeper and receptionist so it's not like we'd
be elbow-to-elbow all day long. CONSIDERING IT
DEAR CONSIDERING: If you get along well together,
and aren't elbow-to-elbow all day long, there's no reason
why it shouldn't work out. Some married couples who are
nose-to-nose all day enjoy being cheek-to-cheek all alght,
while others who arte apart ah day would be happier apart
all night, too.

DEAR ABBY: This is my opinion of your answer to
the mother of the married daughter with five children.
"Mother" said her daughter's husband earns a very modest
living, can't feed and clothe his family properly, and can't
pay his bills. "Mother" was upset because her husband
refused to help out because their son in law gives 10 per
cent of all his earnings to his church.
Your answer was typical of the over-zealous religious
fanatic. You said, "Surely you can't fault a man for honor-
ing a commitment to the church!"
Why not? The son in law obviously thinks more of his
church than he thinks of his family.
To top it off, you advised "Mother" to go against her
husband's wishes and "dip into the sugar bowl" and help
this family an;-way
I sure hope the father in law wrote and told you where
to get off. NAUSEATED IN CINCINNATI
DEAR NAUSEATED: He didn't. But quite a few oth.
ers did, and I had it coming. Many readers pointed out that
a man's first obligation is to his family, and if he can't
support them adequately [not luxurlously, but adequately)
he should offer his personal services to the church in leu of
money. [Now, why didn't I think of that? I'll take 10 lashes
with an old prayer shawl.1

DEAR ABBY: I have been reading your column for
many years and have never seen my problem discussed.
When my husband and I were married, a friend suggested
that we could have a nice sum for retirement it we would
put a quarter in a box every time we made love.
As retirement time approaches I find that the coins
aren't plunking into the box the way they once did. In fact,
so far this year they've only been plunked twice.
With inflation and all, the way it is I suggested that my
buIJnsband put a $80 bill in the box every time from now on.
SThe way things are going he would have to pay only a
couple of times a year. TROUBLED IN TRENTON
DEAR TROUBLED: Between the rise of laflation and
the fall of the plunking, it should average out like old times.

DEAR ABBY: My boy friend called me this morning
and said, "If I asked you to marry me last night, I must
have been stoned."
How would you have answered him? MARY BETH
DEAR MARY BETH: I'd have said, "And if I said
'Yes,' I must have been cnras."

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golden. Add three garlic cloves
diced, four sliced small
zucchini, a sliced green pepper.
Saute over high heat for five
minutes. Add the diced peeled
eggplant. Mix the vegetables
well and season with salt,
pepper, basil and thyine.
Place the: lamb in the centre
of the vegetables and add two
and a half cups tomatoes. Bring
to a boil on the top of the
stove and transfer to a
325-degree oven for an hour
and a half or until the lamb is
tender. If the vegetables are
too liquid reduce over high
heat. To serve, slice the lamb
on a warm platter and spoon
the vegetables over the slices.
Sprinkle with chopped parsley.
Zucchini can be stuffed with
all sorts of meats and fillings.
T'he usual method is to cook
the zucchini in boiling water
until tender. Split lengthwise
and remove themseeds. In the
case of the very large zucchini
available at the exchange, you
may not wish to use the whole
vegetable at one meal. Cut the
zucchini in half lengthwise
before boiling it and reserve
the uncooked half for another
meal. When the flesh is soft,
remove the zucchini and dry it
well on paper towels Scoop out
the flesh into a bowl leaving a


An old favourite is
ratatouille which can be served
hot or cold or with roast lamb.
It is really a vegetable stew.
Slice several unpeeled
,ucchini into quarter-inch
slices. Slice a medium unpeeled
eggplant into quarter-inch
slices. lFry the slices in butter
or one or two minutes on each
side. Add more butter if
necessary. Drain on paper
towels. In the same skillet,
saute a sliced green pepper, a
sliced onion and three cloves
garlic for about 10 minutes,
Remove the garlic cloves and
add to the pan five peeled,
seeded and sliced tomatoes.
Arrange alternate layers of
eggplant, zucchiini and the
tomato mixture in a lightly
greased casserole. Sprinkle each
layer with a little basil, thyme
and salt. Cook covered over
low heat for about an hour.
WITH1 LAMB
rFor use with lamb, the
ratatouille is not a layered
casserole dish andi thle eggplant
is diced not sliced. Make small
incisions in a four-pound
boned lamb shoulder and insert
garlic slices. Rub the meat with
salt oil and roast at 400 degrees
for half an hour.
Prepare the ratatouille in a
large braising pan. Saute two
onions sliced in butter until


quarter-inch shell,
Combine the zucchini flesh
chopped with sliced grilled
sausages and tomatoes sauce,
or diced ham and cheese sauce,
or fried ground beef. Fill the
shells and bake at 350 degrees
until hot.
VEAL
Zucchini goes well with veal.
Purchase real scallops and
pound them lightly. Cut into
pieces a little larger than a slice
of zucchini. Dredge in flour
mixed with a little salt and
pepper and brown them
quickly in hot clarfied butter.
Peel two zucchini and cut into
half-inch slices. Dredge these in
flour and brown quickly in the
pan. Place the veal on a serving
platter and put a slice of
zucchini on top of each. Keep
warm. Brown half a cup of
butter and add the juice of a
lemon. Pour the sauce over the
veal and serve immediately.
For cold curried vegetable
soup, combine two tablespoons
butter and a tablespoon of
curry powder in the top of a
double boiler. Cook for 10
minutes over hot water. Add
six cups of chicken stock and a
teaspoon brown sugar. Heat
until the sugar has melted.
Cook in boiling water two
medium peeled zucchini cut
into cubes. Drain and add to
the soup. Add a cup of cooked
green beans, a cup of cooked
peas, half a cup of sliced green
onions and a tomato, peeled
and chopped. Cool the soup to
room temperature and chill in
the refrigerator.


CANADIANS MEET Visiting Miss Teen Age Canada,
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when she met with Mrs. Alexis Nihon. Miss Fonrry, along
with her chaperone Tricia Williamson, spent sevral days at
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:arn e diEt~n to Sto
fohn's College. "Persons
wishing to aeept places at St.
JohBn's Colege mrust contact
the school by May 15," a
release said.
"Parents wrishing exam
score may obtain them by
coming to the school, no
Infotrmtiona will be given by
telephone."
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Primary, Keith Bonaby _
Wilton Albury Prim, Diana,
Bastian Our Lady's, Sonia
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Prim., Annabell Bowe H. O.
Nash Jr. High, Don Lionel


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Ingraham Sayles Prim;
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Gibson Prim. Everette Mackey
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Major Mabel Walk'er Prim.,
Pascel Mcleigan William
Phipps Prim., Carolyn Miller -
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Miller Palmdale Prim., Victor
Minus Claridgte Prim., Don
SMnnis Am F. Adderley Jr
Thomas Moore, Jerijane Moss
- Yellow Elder Prim. Shona
Morss Xavier's, Janice
Munroe William Gordon
Prim. Merilyn Murray Jordan
Memorial, Ruth Myckelwhyte
- St. Matthew's,


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Christian Acdm., Albertha
Pratt Yellow Elder Prim
Jacqueline Rahming -
Ridgeland Prim., Renee
Rhodenwaldt Oakes Field
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Field Prim. Ava Ro~ker R. Mi.
Bailey Hi i~Shane Roker T.
G. Golver fr. High, Bernadette
Rolle Stephen Dillet Prim.,
Antoinette Seymour -
Oakes Field Prim., Byron
Smith William Phipps Prim.,
Celpha Smith Mabel Walker
Prim., Georgia Storr St.
Matthew's, Zandra Strachan -
Gibson Prim., Sharon Strachan
- A. F. Adderley Jr. High,
Jacqueline Stubbs Stephen
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Minns Exuma, Ted L. Rolle
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Ted L Rolle Exuma, Jidge
A. Rolle Grand Bahama
Melvern Turner Grand
Bahama, David G. Wallace -
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Bartlett Grand Bahama.


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gather stickts where] a few of
the birds swoor, towards him.
" Hey, oeave those alone "
twitters a chaffinch. "We
need evey twig we can find
for building our nest." "But
I'm only taking the big ones,"
points out FRupert. They re
too large for nest-maki 8


" Inded they're not I" One
of the brseyes R~upert
aharply. We'r making a
huge nest. Lt's in the tra-
tops by the thinga-me-jig."
" What's a thinga-medilg ?"
asks Rupert, frowning. "Ohr,
you knowl That ugly thing
called a fire-watchrer's tower."
rpies the bird.


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SAT II MAY tPHi

EIGHTEEN Bahamian-hased
artists will show their ~worksr at
a week-long art exhibition
open to the public from
Saturday morning at the old
Bethell Robertson offices on
Bay Street.
The official opening and
private showingC will be held
Friday evening and the public
is invited Saturday and each
day until May 4, from 11 a.m.
until 9 p.m. except Sunday.
The showing, believed to be
the largest multi-artist show
organized in Nassau, has been
put together by Stephanie
Bethell Cousins, and will
include the works of most of
the well known artists in
Namau.
The works on show will
include oil and water colour
paintings, mobiles and
semi-abstracts, photography,
pottery, pen and ink drawings,
wood sculptures, lithographs,
silk screening, batiking and
etchings, among other forms.
All the we rus wil b o ae
will be Dennis and June
Knight, Brent and Steven
Malone, Lisa Sullivan, Ed
Minnis, Mrs. Molie Maura,
Vicki Whitmore, Mrs. Nellie
Higgs, Max Taylor, Bob
Broom, Georgina Cook, Eddie
Yanowitz, Leonard Seaman,
Keith Scanlon and Mike
Pilgram .
The Bethel Robertson
offices are located two
buildings east of Maura
Lumber on Bay Street.


GOLDEN JUBILEE
CELEBRATION FOR
SISTER MARY ALICE
FREEPORT: ON
WEDNESDAY, May 23, His
Lordel~p the Most Rev. Paul
Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B., D.D.,
LLD. will celebrate a pontifical
high mass at 6 p.m. at Mary,
Star of the Sea Church. This
mass will to in observance of
the fiftieth anniversary of the
profession of vows as a
Francicarn by Sister Mary
Alice.
Sister Alice has endeared
hersdlf to the entire
community during the nine
years he has been headmistress
at Mary Star of the Sea School.
After the mras a dinner and
rsception in her honour will be
hl bat the Camelot Room,
MAY DEVOTIONS AT
M#ARY STAR OF THE SEA
FREEPORT: During the
month of May tho litny of the .
Blessed Virgin Mary will be
recited at all the masses on
day tsr dfthen SeC uct
The traditionld aiy
procession will be held on
Mother's Day, May 13th, at 5

ST. GEORGE'S PARISH
BAZAAR FRIDAY
ST. George's Parih will hold
their annual bassar Fdridy on
te church grounds, Montrom
There will be turkey and
ham supper, conch fritters and
salad, home cookery, hoop-Is
andcother attractions, includha
The bazar will be officially
aoen 1~o mtme yofMR .
Rev. Michadl Eldon, Bishop of
Nassau and the Bahamas.
The bazaar is hi aid of parish
funds.
TRINIDAIMANS DOMINATE
m CALYPS~o CONTEST


CHARLOTTE AMALIE~, ST.
THOMAS (AP) A Trinidadan
Wwil rinl as "Cdpalis kdla of
catrnil 1973" la St. Thomas ads
The perfonrme, Lord Chalk D~ust,
aopped th ecrow la a wwnlrong
competition amoas It attes
calypsonians at the oioABnetRbet
stadium, in charlotte Assals on
Setrday night.
Trialdedians also was th

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MOSCOW (ALP) The
Soviet Communist Party
Friday disclosed the biggest
top-level shake-up since the
1964 ouster of Nikita S.
Khruschev and handed party
chief Leonid Brezhineva
mandate to pursue his policy
of better relations with the
West .
Brezhnev, demonstrating his
preeminence in the Kremlin
hiierarchy in advance of trips
to West Germany and the
United States, removed Pyott
Shelest and Gennady .
Voronov from the 15-man
Politburo.
Namid to the party's ruling
body where Foreign Minister
Andrei A. Gromyko, Defense
Minister Marshal Andrei A.
Grechko and Yuri V.
Andropov, chief of the secret
police, known by its initials
KGB.
Grechko is the first military
man to sit in the Kremlin's


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Romanza from London
SAILED TODAY: Romanza
for Malaga; Emerald Seas for
Miami
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Southward from St. Thomas*
De Grasse from Savannah,
Georgia; Chiron from
Amsterdam; Tropic Flyer from
West Palm Beach; Joma from
Jacksonville.
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WEATHER: Mainly fair
SEA: Slight
TEMP: Min, tonight 70 Max.
tomorrow 83.


Webdnedy, May 2, 173.-


SKrealia sakes up) Politilers,


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inner sanctum since Marhal
Georal K. Zhukov served a
brief six months before being
fired by Khrushchev in 1957.
No KGB chief has been a
member of the Politburo since
Stalin's notorious police boass
Lavrenty Beria was executed in
1953.
The official news agency,
Tass, reported the shake-up in
a brief announcement at the
end of a two-day closed
meeting of the party Central
Committee. Tass declared
that the 241 voting committee
members had unanimously
approved Brezhnev's foreign
policy plans, outlined in a
secret speech to the committee
Thursday .
Communist sources said the
speech focused on Brezhnev's
upcoming foreign trips and the
growing necessity to develop
workable diplomatic and
commercial ties with the
industrialized West.
Ouster of Shelest, once
considered a principal
Brezhnev rival, was the last of a
series of setbacks brought on
by his vigorous opposition to
detente.
DEMOTIONS
A similar Central Committee
meeeing last May forced
Shelest to give up his post as
first secretary of the Ukrainian
Communist Party, the nation's
second largest republic party


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OFFERS ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR
CAREERS IN INSURANCE to meet the Group's future
needs for Technical, Professional and Management Staff
in the Bahamas.
Successful applicants will receive training in both the
theory and practice of Fire, Accident, Motor and Marine
insurance at the Group's Branch Office in Freeport, and
will be eligible for further training in the United
Kingdom.
GC. stnatd sofa MEdu gtis raqicd a i th emphasis

expected to prepare for the professional qualifications of
the Chartered Insurance Instituter.

tnatrainn pr od, wit ltmate erinds tr mn ur
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The Manager,
Sun Alliance & London Insurance Group*
Post Offtice Box F-28,
Freeport*
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She said "Milton licked with
a piece of board when he was
lying down on the ground." He
struck the deceased twice, she
said.
She also said that "Milton
went and get some water to
wash Prince face after Prince
fall down. Milton brought the
water, but Prince died."
She told the court under
cross-examination by defence
counsel that the accused was
sinarmed when his cousin
attacked him. She said she had
actually seen when Milton had
been attacked by the
cutlass-wielding Prince.
She testified that she saw
Prince "lift his hand" and
deliver the blow, but from
where she stood, she was not
able to make out on which part
of Milton's body the cutlass
had landed.
Mrs. Moxey's evidence was
taken following that of
Princess Margaret Hospital
pathologist Dr. Joan M. Read
who has said that in her
opinion, Prince Moxey died as
the result of multiple injuries.
Apart from having several
fractured ribs she said that in
her autopsy, she had
discovered brain damage as
well as a laceration on the
head-

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ON MONDAY
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organisation. He was relegated
to the sole post he now holds;
one of 10 deputy premiers.
Vorenov, like Shetlest, has
long been markerd for
demotion. Its was fired from
his Job as Premier of the
nation's largest qrepblic, the
Rusaarn Federation, in 1971.*
As an agriculture expert, he has ,
been an opponent of Breshnev ;
argicultural policies and also g
was believed to have opposed t
Blrezhnev on other mEattrsn.
.Tlas said Shelest, 65, and; *
Voronov, 63, had "retired."':
However, eight members of the, 2
Politburo, including BreshnevI
Premier Alexei N. Koscygia an t
President Nikolai V. Podgorny,2
are all older. Grechko is I:
nearing 70, which indicates
political matters rather than :
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iPS THE VIEW!


THE REGISTRY and
Records Department, located
in the eastern section of the
Supreme Court building will
to moved to the western side
of the Old Post Office building
in Parliament Square, Acting
Registrar, Mr. Joseph Strachan
announced.
The announcement, made
Monday in a posted circular in
the Supreme Court,.states that
"any delay or inconvenience
occasioned because of the
move or the fact that it was
not practical to give notice
sooner, is regretted.
"A further reason for regret
is that telephone facilities are
not yet available, but as soon
as they are, notice will be
given."
The removal of the Registry
and Records Department from
the Supreme Court building is
expected to facilitate the
seating of new Puisne judge,
Mr. Justice Samuel Graham,
who is presently occupying
offices assigned to Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson.
The change in location of
the Registry and Records
Department was first made by
Chief Justice Sir G~ordon Bryce
at the opemang of the January
Criminal Assizes earlier this
year, when he also announced
that the court would also be
getting another judge
The Registry and Records
Department is to be moved on
Friday, May 4, and will be
closed all day "except for
mattr oraf tmost ureney."

BAZAAR MA 1 aar t

Holy family Church, Robinson
Road, will be held at 3 p.m. on
The bazaar will be officially
opened at 4 p.m. by Kim
Outten, president of the YCS.
Proceeds will go to the
church's building fund.
SINGSPIRATION TO

A SB E fRAToEN ill be
held at Faith Temple,
Palmdale, at 8:30 p.m.
Whe e avwill be musical
selections and a short bible
quiz.
A oglipption will be taken in
arid of tLi Bahamas Branch of
the asihl Sncicty


PRINCE MOXEY, dge 60-year-old victid of little Harbour,
Andros mu~rder tbt icek place at the Islad ea Novester 13 Itest
year, met his deth after he "stat t o elop Milton" hi first
consin who be ta~re killed him, Mrs. Leas Moxey twtified
Tuesday.


Sister-in-law to both the
accused and thp deceaed, Ms.
Moxey gave an eye-witnes
account of the murder for
which 67-yearald Andros
seaman, Milton Moxey is
charged
The trial, which is before
Supreme Court judge, Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham opened
Monday morning with Solicitor
General Mr. T. Langton Hilton
pr seuting.wopeednt
xery, hh plrd o
guilty to the c arge,M n
represented by attorney rs.
Ruby No a ya prosecution
witness, said that on te
afternoon of November 13, she
saw the accused and the
deceased together.

was cmites erm h latd a
Milton was inside his own yad.
Prmnce walked over from his
house with a cutlass in his

Shae said Ptince had
approached Milton after a
disagreement earlier. She told
jurors that "Prrince went in
Milton Moxey yard and he
raised the cutlass and start to
chop Milton. I ran around and
was hollering for someone to
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wit~nee dthe inc det rm a

nfred to re"alf t ".he
After going into her own
yard, she said she later nodj e

"together" in a little "track
road on the side from where I
live. Prince fall down and he
slammed his head. Milton
pushed Prince' and he fell, he
pushed hire with his hand...

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Pinder he was sent to prison
for three months.
The second sentence is to be
served concurrently with his
two-year prison term. The ring
and chain, which were not
recovered, were valued at
5120.


VANROYR oDAVIS, aalii

"Cincinnati," who appeared
before Chief Magistrate Wilton
Hercules Tuesday on separate
counts of stealing and causing
harm, was imprisoned for two
years after pleading guilty.
Davis, 18, of Hospital Lane,
cho had arHie dde ed the t
plea to guilty when he
appeared before Chief
Magistrate Hercules Tuesday.
Charged with causing
harm to police constable 20
Bernard Albury on March 3, he
was sentenced to twoa years in
prison. For stealing an 18-cqrat


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ARCHBISHOP FULTON J.
SHEEN, retired Bishop of the
Diocese of Rorbester, New
York and noted reacher of


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radio and television, stands in
the grounds of Saint Augustine
of Canterbury Monastery
where he directed a retreat last
week for the religious of the
"Bahamas Catholic Diocese. His
Grace was also an honoured
guest at a luncheon given by
Bishop Leonard Hagarty of
Nassau and attended by the
Prime Minister Lynden O.
Pindlinel. The retreat larstd one
wakM and sskmos wste eld '"
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who also designed and
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TO G ET NURSING DEGREE
NURSE DOROTHY MORRIS, who became a State
Registered Nurse last year following studies at the Princess
Margaret Hospital, left Nassau on April 26 to continue her
nrawn stdas len the Unite Kig "a healsd hxaa t
specializing in midwifery and surgical nursing. Nurse Morris
designed the hands holding a flaming conch-shell which is
used as the official seal of the Nursing Council here. She is
the daughter of Rupert and Edna Morris and the
grand-daughter of retired out island commissioner W. G.
Mackey. She is pictured above (right) with Miss Hlida
Bowen, chairman of the Nursing Council and senior nursing
officer of the Bahamas.
PHOTO: Fred Maura.

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1 CHILD'S riding hat. As new
Condition. Call 36729.

MOTOR CYCLES, Hondas 70
c~.ad H~ale~y Davidson 150

C9664
R.S.W. MKII Bicycle. 3 speed
with dynamo, lights and
basket. As new condition. Call
36729.
C9625
MISCELLANEOUS BABY
FURNITURE
Play Pen
Stroller
High Chair
Rocking Chair etc.

Telephone 2-2763 day 5-3801
night.

DISCOUNT PRICES
Shop today your dollar buys
Ou 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
at Arundel Street. Phone.
23709
C9672

HOUSEHOLD SALE
AII Electrical items, table linen,
rugs, towels, toys, garden tools,
golf clubs, Solex bicycle,
Christmas decorations tennis
racquet, books, baby
equipment, etc.
3rd house west of Shell West
Bay Garage, West Bay Street,
south side. By appointment or
all day Saturday. Telephone
341 POTTER.



BED sO LE- dubl redd
double dresser & mirror, chest
drawers, two night tables.
DANISH LIVING ROOM SET
-- 2 six foot couches, 2 chairs,
2 end tables
CEILING FAN -36", '
AUTOMATIC WASHER -
DRAPES -POWE R MOWE R
Phone 3-1025 after 5:30 p.m.
or weekends

C9606
BUMPER -STIC KERS *
POSTER S; DE CAL S;
QUALITY SIGNS in dozens, in
hundreds, in thousands. Truck
signs a specilaty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
Street.


C9676
BROWN MINIATURE DOG
with brown collar, area of
William's and Shirley Streets.
$100 REWARD. Phone
7-8139.


*FOR SALE


3-1558.
C9582
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
and air-conditioned three
bedroom, two bath home.
Spacious living and dining
rooms, large kitchen, complete
laundry room and facilities.
Highland Park area, off West
Bay Street. Phone 5-7089 af ter
5:30 p.m.

C(9682
BY OWNER
House in Highland park, 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, giving
dining, kitchen, utility roorr'
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90b 150 Nice
home in nic ae. To view'

BLAIR ESTATES
C9703
3 bedroom 2 bath, living-dining
room, family room, large
kitchen, fully furnished,
airconditioned, laundry room'
front and rear patios, carport'
walled, Iandscaped gardens
with gates. Fresh water well
with pump A sk ing
$55,000.00. Phone 32675 after
6.00 p.m.
C9701
FOR SALE
STAPLEDON GARDENS -
Lovely 3 Bed 2 Bath house
with Family Room and Study
... Carpeted ... Two Carports -
$45,000.
A GOOD INVESTMENT 5
Unit apt bidg situate on Lot
100 x 1SO in quet rsdential
area. Fully frn sd &
carpeted. A/C Coin operated
n neig machi ,130Mo r l


OMNLERS90,0P0ARK Take
advantage of the only seven
remaining lots. 95 x 100. AII
utilities. Price $8,300 -... 10%
Down Balance on Terms

SEA BREEZE One of
Nassau's finest residential
wereas -Lpts 100 8K100' From
$6,3~00. 20% Down ..Terms

SAN SOUCI 3 Bed 2
Baths. Screened-in porch -
wash area, well kept grounds
Furnished. Mtg. available
Pice $62,000

NASSAU EAST-- 3 Bed 2 Bath
house situate on landscaped lot
80 x 120. Furnished ..
$35,000.

RIDGEWAY OFF EASTERN
RD.- Lovely? 4 Bed 3 Bath

swimming pool, three way
water system. Beach Rights -
Fabulous for entertainment
The land 270' x 130'. Fruite
fand ... Furnished. Price
$165,000


TWO APT. BLDGS...
Conveniently located ... 5-2
Bed units ... Projected Return
$900 per mth ... 2 Storey 80 x
30 4-1 Bed units 2 years old
Package Price ... $150,000.
AND MANY MORE...
Call
BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE
PH. 24913 21238
BERWIN HOUSE,
FREDERICK ST.
NASSAU

3 BE2ROM bt lv
room, DRM, fambath r om
kitchen, dining room, office'
laundry, double carport, wali
to wall carpet, airconditioned
Yard nicely landscaped. See by
appointment only. Blair
Estates *

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living
dining, and breakfast rooms,
kitclan, den, wall to wall
carpet, laundry, airconditioned
off Village Road*


2in ng an Oamil~y roo s, a,
Large patio, wall to wall
carpet. High Vista.

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living
and dining rooms, kitchen
airconditioned. Nassau East. '


4 UNIT APARITMENTS each
has two bedrooms, Ilving and
dining roomsa, kitchen, one
bath. Nicely furnished. Annual
Income $12,000.00. Seillnq for
lowv, low price.

COMMERCIAL BUILDING
,o sal. V ear ico ee
PaLendb.ale the er'la

ibf n High Thsta. Nice quiet


le~ TIn Coral Harbour.

eFf idfutorrn n.n above
riWkeglr2S~gday i;415~4


C9595
MANAGER AL couple
required for food, beverage and

mus ~ 5e nq d airiatn o '

previous experience in similkri

r loate Mnu ut Isla d. Salary
neoiab eA~ppl eGreen Turtie
ClubGree Turle Gy*
C9614
BANK CLERK. Swiss Bank
Corporation (Overseas')
Limited, Nassau, requires the
services of a bank employee,
having at least 3 years
experience in te dhandlieng of

accounting work.
(lahamians only to apply in
writing to: P. O. Box N7571
Nassau, or call for `ari
appointment at telephone
2-7570 (Mlr. Naef).
C9692
Position open for "Machinist"
at Diamond Crystal Salt Co.
Solar Salt Operation, at Long
island, Bahamas. Applicant'

aust be Bahfran r aig h

Technical Intttion, with 5-8
years.
BASIC JOE DUTIES:
1. Reads complex drawings_
requiring machine work ofr
low tolerance.
2. Lays out work to be,
performed
So ~Operiate lathes from 6" to
27", milling machine:
shaper, drill press and
other shop power tools.
3.1. Must be able to set up
work on the above
machine.
3.2. Must understand and
be able to operate heav)5
duty hydraulic press.
3.3. Must be able to'
operate and maintain &
4.t reading ma hnernchn
work using common and
seialized toolsuo dteade,

depth micrometers, inside,
and outside callipers.
5. May braze or werd,'
temper or anneal metals.
6. Uses precision instrumenlts
in work and repair same:
7. Repairs shop equipment?

8. aAlgns fsts and assembi~
parts and equipment iri
shop or field.
9. Dismantles, repairs at d
rebuilds all mechanic'afl
equipment as required.
10. Observes safe fj'
regulations and quality
standards.
11. Prepares reports as
necessary.
12. May supervise labourers pr
mechanics on shog's
projects.
13. Perform other work as
assigned.
14. MUST:
14.1 Possess excellent
knowledge of metals and

14.. Mst e ale o read
detailed blue prints
14.3 Must have high
mathematic al a nd
mechanical aptitudes.
14.4. Must be able to read
technical manauls.

Slry commensuratewt
qulfcantionst: Ai -mail
Crystal Salt Co. C arender

in tie) gi an) rmnasy

C9679
THE MEDICAL CENTRE a~t
LYFORD CAY, N.P. reqruirits
the whole-time services of a'
fully qualified and experience
Laboratory Technician.
A plicants should express theye
inerest in writing to the
Chairman of the E. P. Taylor
oxhamas Fo nation, P. O.
Box N776, Nssau.


ADiv I st utorM reuAr f
Current, Eleuth6 Man Cu,
Curent Elutera. Married
couple preferred. Husband to
set up and operate diving
programme, manage all aspects
of water sports and marine
activities, and must be able to
maintain diving za ulpagept
compressor, butboara moton,
etc. WiII be expected to train
additional staff to operate and
maintain equipment, and to
conduct diving tours. Must be
certified by NAUI, plus hold at
least one of the following
professional diving instructor
certifications PADI, NASDS,
YMCA. WNife will be expected
to act as assistant manageress
of Club operation, providing
b eeppin suc niarea oo
kitchen and bar supervision,
b -kcewoek netc. Tyxpi and
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, Current
Yacht 6aDiving Club, Current'

C9666
OUT ISLAND RESORT
requires couple to manage
Catering, Housekeeping, and
SCUBA diving programme.
Must have had training in
Catering Management and at
least two years experience in
this capacity. SCUBA
Instructors Certificate required
- either NAUI, PADI, OR
YMCA. Reply by letter to
Romora Bay Club, Box 146,
Harbour Island.

C9629 -
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.
Must have pleasant appearance
and pleasant manner with
g ue st s. Mini mum 3
year resecretarial experience
Sed applications to: Eleuthera
South I lnd Reorts, SP.

Eleuthera.

C9661
ASSISTANT MANAGER
wanted for hotel at D. Iggs Hill,
Andros. Must be personable,
and able to deal effectively
with guests, duties will include
handling reservations, planning
menus, supervising dining room
and kitchen, also supervising
housekeeping of hotel.
Mxp ri haveanpre jmus lot l
High Shool edu at e. an a

$75 a week plus percentage of
profits and room and board.

ApIau t: Adv. C96o61,c/ bhe


FOR SALE


Hx cti've Hy ome 4
bedrooms, 2'h baths, living,
dining bf mily, kichen,odouble

2 tots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
_- central air-conditioned. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9680
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedroom as, 2 baths, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and car port, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
sompe el wale rcn i lo l

opportunity. To view.
Telephone 2-1722-3.

FOR RENT
C9616
AVAl LABLE immediately
unusually secluded spacious
furnished hilltop residence
overlooking western Nassau.
Two bedrooms and sleeping
porch, two baths, maid's room,
n slrenshswirnmingell,
grounds, television, breezy
stone architecture, both gas
and automatic electric cooking,
laundry machine.
Convenient airport, beaches,
shopping, $300 month until
November or yearly, includes
linens and dishes. Phone owner
5-7224.
C9642
FuiPRO PEC _RDGE e

gond wth use o wi r' g

hedsittin nroom se aat
patio. Rent: BS250 per month
including utilities. Available
May 1st. Call 77737 to view
C9685
FRESH WATER unlimited.
Available immediately secluded
stone two bedroom cottage,
furnished. $160 per month.
Private estate western edge
Nassau. Phone owner 5-7224
evenings.
C9683
2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2

detrr IIle ne ar Zt. S. Ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Chart tte nearaBa. Immndi t

Inquire 4 2017.
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
off ice space, available
imm ediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9640
ONE EXTRA LARGE TWO
BEDROOMS TWO BATH
AND ONE EXTRA LARGE
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT. With large
living and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on EIlzabeth
Avenue between Shirley anti
Bay street Facilities, phone
laundry, parking. T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 84681
titweren 8 a~m. and 5 p.m
C9688
ONE TWO BEDROOM

as pamt kitce a dng

Soldier Road. Should be seen
to appreciate. Phone 32524.
C9696
ONE SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bath house. Large yard and
patio. Sea breeze East.
Furnlseld or unfurnished.
Phone 42981 from 8 a.m. 5


p.m.
09693
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1
bath apartment Keniston

wate cind. 0 rnem3-n5 1--
C9656
AUDITORIUM FOR RENT

BIig T e Nw Ja


C9572
LARGE STORE off East
with lovel CIlay i
5 , ~


1971 DODGE AVENGER
DELUXE $1500
1968 FORD STATION-
WAGON _
white automatic$800
1973 BUICK REGAL
demonstrator $7000
1970 TOYOTA -
green, good mileage $850
1989 FIAT COUPE 124 -
white, 10w mileage $1200
1970 TRIUMPH
blue, stick shift $850

E7NdTUORN I yellow, $00
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU -
very clean $4850
1989 FORD GALAXIE
blue, reconditioned $1000
1971 CHEVY VEGA COUPE. -
green, automatic $2995
1972 CHEVY VEGA SEDAN -
air conditioned $4200
1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD -
good condition $1500
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA

196 eC EVROLET CAM 00
red, automatic $1850
1972 DODGE AVENGER -
like new $2350
1971 SINGER VOGUE -
white, radio, automatic $1500
1973 DODGE POLARA
light blue -automatic $5500
1971 FORD CORTINA -
green $2500
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
P lice Blrnaclks


MARINE SUPPLIES
C9645
PACEMAK ER 44 f t.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.
C9662
13' BOSTON WHALER. An
extras excellent condition.
39 b.p.. or 1973 50 h.p. Phone
5-8761.

EM I ER IRINIWE WI
C9627

May 4th, 5th, 6th 11th *
12th
8:30 p.m.
Ttt wtmtMA IMAMAn GICU'
reseINTs


Jonori nes a mimsm w
IN Tiff





THE ISLAND CAMERA
SHOP, BANK LANE. Phon*
22128.
C9698
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH will
be holding their annual Bazaar
on Friday May 4th on the
church grounds, Montrose
Avenue. There will be turkey
and ham supper, conch fritters,
salad, home cookery, hoopla
and other attractions including
dancing. The bazaar will be
officially opened at 5:30 p.m.
by Mrs. Rowena Eldon. This is
in aid of Parish Funds, THE
PUBLIC IS INVITED
C9695

ATTENTION ALL
THEATREGOERSI!!!
Arr ngmen sud ar ng mao

personality to Nassau at the

Ih i, son hpr tt, gay and
Watch this column for further
details!UI

FOUND
C9673
GOOD WATCH Madelr -
Aril 27th Tel pho 5- 992.




H USES feom $25,000.00 to
56, 0.0P0onWorhave clients
I~st them with us. Damianos
Realty. DIAL 22033, 22035
ant a


THE FAMILY of the late Ellen
Louise Babb of Augusta Street,
who died on April 20th 1973
wish to sincerely thank the
many relatives and friends for
the flowers and condolences
during our recent bereavement.
Special thanks to the Rev. Dr.
Brown, Ministers and members
of Bethel Baptist Church, also
Grand Officers, Daughters and
members of the Lodges,
Management and staff of
Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary.



C9583 II LS
ENROLL NOW
Typing with Spellin9
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Matismatics
Filing
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business today and join any of
te at vye c asser Pone 249

opposite Collins Aveh~ue*


APPLICATIONS are Invited
from qualified career minded
males for a challenging position



background coupled with some
work experience in banking or
accounting would be an.
advantage. Resumes should be
directed to Adv. C9678,, c/O
Te Tribune. P. O. Boxe N-3207"
Nau ..


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I


I


I


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2 STOREY HOUSE OFF



garage, no im mediate

85,00b.0 5. Near showing
school, and beach.

HOUSE -- with large swimming
pool Patio 3-way water
system. 2 tots enclosed
grounds. Spacious and ideal for
outdoor living. Tremendous
grounds -f ruited, Asking only
$90,000.000 Ideat secluded
area loads of privacy. See
anytime. Walking distance of
school, shopping etc. Situated
off Vitiage Road.
Dial The Realtors for Action.
We selI nothing but Reat
Estate. Our phones 22033,
22305, evenings 41197.

C5WILLIAM'S COURT
2 bedroom 192 bath house.
built in garage, furnished, T.V.,
new front room set and stereo,
washing machine, carpeted*
one airconditioner. $20,000.
Phone 5-859
C9576 ,
FOR SALE
OUT EAST on the
waterfront. Have house,
furnished 3 bedrooms 2V2
baths only $100,000.00

CORAL DRIVE GROVE _
Corner plot with large house.
Furnished, even a Sauna bath.
See by appointment.

VISTA MARINA & BEACH
RIGHTS House with 3
bedrooms 2 baths, testef ully
furnished enclosed fruited
grounds maids quarters
immaculate condition was
$65,000.00 owner willing seller

S bstantial m rt5ag Oilabit

FOU BEDROOM i 3 I

landscaped grounds
2-car-garage on two lots of
land, landscaped, fruited,
newly built~ Ideal for large
family. Owner will sell for
$150,000.00

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

HOUSE VILLAGE ROAD ~
newly painted only $36,000.00
with $10,000.00 down balance
$26,000.00 mortgage at 10%
Monthly $353.61. Best deal of
the year.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033
22305, 22307 NITE 41197. '
C9628

OUT EASFO--sSmi- ilitop with
four bedrooms 3 baths, plus
one bedroom one bath
apartment kingsize swimming
pool, patio, some views and
only $90,000.00
OUT WEST - 3 bedrooms 2
baths, plus complete suite used

frn sed.r f osteCGoomdPC s
with beach righ~ts. See anytime
-buy today, occupancy
immediately. $48,500,00 Has
approx. $15,000.00 Inventory.
esrt buy of the year*
HILLTOP HOUSE -2
bedrooms 2 baths, plus one self
contained apartment gorgeous
views. Furnished POOL -
PATIO high class area for
high class enteratiriing. Only
$110,000,00. See anytime.
GLENISTON GARDENS -
East. Haver three bedroom nd
two bath, furnished houses.
From $40,000.00 and uep.
VISTA MARINA WESTERN
GORQVE Have hours with 21
;baths and 3 bedrooms -
tastefully furnished. 70 by 140
grounds enclosed rights to
Sandy beacht. Owner reduced
to $45,000.00 with some
financing.
NYASSAU EAST Special -
-Only $32,000.00. Has 3
bedrooms, 2 baths.
s12 STOREY RESIDENCE -
OUT WEST. Facing sea, beach
ritgh gorgeous vk ws rear


spoon inquiry.
IMMuAC'ULATE HOUSE well
t gadrdens Enclosed, with
wt door patio and dining.
Spacious modern kitchen,
Tastefuly furnished, ideal for
Executive. Loads of closet
~r~-Has thre bedrooms 2%
66 grlhide showers etc.


.ra~r PARK AREA -
imliftd House hs four
pdrooiS, I &tths, furnished.
IoEfaim -- In and m

elnntYeii0U .cim
or Se ppointment
upon I ~~r



~l~. Askng $ISO 00.
8P7 FAIL -001i~tlfA K'


WHY FRET? WE WELL
Lid with us for ACT)ON.wIH
ESTABLISHED MORTGAGES

DAM AtNOS REALTY Dal r
22033, 22305

FErSMAL I
C9671
MR. ERNEST ARCHER
PLEASE MEET ME AT THE
TENT IN ENGLERSTON 8
P.M. ON SUNDAY
OSCAR E. JOHNSON

IW YImdlUg
C9689


SWIT'CHBOARD OPERATOR

tnk fk~w wthtttna
and own transportation.
Re erne. Tel. 2008 8 to




C9668
WANTED: Certified (NAUI &
PADi) Scuba instructor to take
over position of Director of
Watersports and entertainment,
must have some degrees in
Oceanography (underwater
biology, research, underwater
medical first aid, photography,
and technical courses, for
instance underwater
demolition). Duties will
comprise of administration of
all watersports programmes,

9od n bkegi aners, an

supervising all maintenance,
holding courses is specific
underwater subjects as before
listed. Applicants should also,
possibly, take charge of a
watersports equipment store,
with own financing for stock
desirable. Write Stella Maris
Marina and Yacht Club, Stella
Maris, Long island, Bahamas,


ROC SOUND AUTO PARTS
require experienced manager
immediately. Applicant should
have at least 5 years experience
in automotive parts and trade
and be prepared to live at Rock
Sound, Eleuthera. Salary
commensurate with
experience. Interested person
should call or write to: The
Manager, Mercantile Division,
South Eleuthera Properties
Ltd., Rock Sound, Eleuthera
for an interview.


MANAGOER wanted for hotel

sper ise kthn in dnih
room, order supplies and
ercries, Alicant mut hain

restaurants and hotel
management. Also must haivr
High School and Business
College Education, and be able
to keep books and to typhr.
Should be clean and neat in
appearance and over 35 years
of age. References require@.:
Salary $125 per week plus
percentage of profits, and free
board and lodging. Apply to:
Adv. C9665, c/o The Tribunes
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.


, 1
MP .




hnus an S anmmit eemy b
departed this life April 30
1967.
Sleep on dear one and take
your rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best
Sadly missed by his wife Mrs.
Jessie Neely, one sonl Mr.
Edison Neely, one daughter
Mrs. Doris Barry, one sister
Mrs. Olive Burrows and 10
grand children.

C9697


"'


-m ,


In fond and loving memory of
our dear 'mother Hilda
Fernander who departed this
life three sad. years today 2nd
May 1970.
When we asunder part
It gives us Inward pain
But we shall still be joined in
hart hope to meet again
Sadly missed by one son ASP

dauarht rs MareFeen der ad
Ruth K no wies, 1 3
grandchildren, 1 sister and 3
brother.

CARS O TIUIMS )
C9694


1


C9700


Answers


wiOR white chean
to the name


"Jeffrey Reward offered.
Telephone 5-6844.



C9659

LATE 1971 MERCEDES
BENZ 280 S.E.L., sun roof and
all extras. One owner -
excellent condition. Phone day
or nite 9-5441 ext. 7015.

09669
1969 TRIUMhPH 1300, good
condition, new tyres, new
battery $900. Canl 42624 or
53752.

C9630
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR PRODUCTION
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Radio. Auto. $1600
1968 VICTOR 2000
5/W Auto $5850
Dr72 PN IAaCifEONTURA
1967 HILLMAN ST .n

199CHRYSLER IMPER A
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto Blue $1850
1988 FORD THUNDERBI RD
Blue A/C $2800
1969 PONTIAC GTO
A/C Vinyl Gleen $1600
1965 BLUE DODGE 5300
1970 VICTORC STD
Red $875
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4 Dr.5Std. Green $1,200
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA

4 8. FCRDr(SCORT

19 I RAMBLER
Auto, Blue $2700
96 10TRIUMPHI HERALDS70


A/ $1400
1970b FOR[} MUSTANG
A/C 52000
frede Ins Welc C a(
.Legated OSaks Pd
~ :OPoetPI a~nt


ed SES for Guia Studenats

Howard Street East.
Chippingharn.
Studies in: Classic, Jazz
Theory improvisation. Chord
SulidingS, Ear-training, eItc, Pot
Sn armtion call 3-48L53.


BILS REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD, is anxious to
receive lIstings In, FOXDALE
SUBDIVISION, IMPERIAL
PARK, ROBINSON ROAD
BNGJL.EldSTON. cC Nu
DROVE rn31.LLER'S
MEIZ~rS Jill 3921


C96i43
MAID WANTED to live on
premises. General househod
duties. Only Bahamians need
aPPly. 30 years and older.
Ir~p6 41348 after 6:00


WednesdayI I~Uay 2, 1973.


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-19861 Ext5 hn Nassau,352 -0808 in heeport from Da~im. to 5ps. Mon oR.-J Sa.i~.t p~nt.





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A'LL 80TO TNH dothe O --TCIM B PAtI WEI HAVNT r


...L7TS tOO LATE WELL., tHIS IS A I InSISTED
Y! SETt6Y, THERE'S PLEASANT SURPRISE!\ THAT WE
EY AN~D KATHERINEE... ) I WAS 'THINKING THE TAKE TIME
TwO OF YOU WERE --OUt FOR
,INVt ED WIAAL.L .. LUNCH!


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HIELP NTEfD
C7366
Leading manufacturer of
alcoholic beverages requires
PLANT MANAGER/CHIEF
CHEMIST with at least 10
years experience in ali phases
of distilling and blending of
alcoholic beverages.
Please apply to: P. O. Box
F -2444, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C9647
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates

ofie an mus aein
possession of at least
Univer sity entrance

qulifi'i'':'. a lrd b

writing to the Staff Partner*
Price Waterhouse & Co. P.O.
Box F-2415, Freeport,
Bahamas.
C7365
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd.,
Post Office Box F-2544,
Freeport, Grand Bahama has a
job opportunity available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Maintenance organization,
Freeport, for the following
position :
METAL TRADESMAN Must
have a minimum of five (5)
years experience in Refinery or
associated industrial plants as a
Boilermaker/Steamfitter. Must
be fully qualified Boilermaker
with capabilities to understand
and carry out pipefitting and
pump repair work when
required. Boilermaker
knowledge required in
exchanger repair and tube
rolling, layout and fabrication,
tower and tray work, cutting
and burning and rigging and
erection. Experience with
Agud Chem Desal Units and
Related Refinery Speciality
Equipment.
Qualifletd Appli ant, should
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island, Bahamas.

*h mrhn
CLASIC~E illit


IELP WANTED
FI ~NANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
Cf361
Requirred try an Associate of
Ilahamas Oil Refining
Company. High school
education with 3-4 years
advanced education in
accounting or college degree.
Maitsntarins Corporate books and
recsords for two companies,
prepares accounting statements
;and reports forecasts profits,
apayzyes profit changes,
esctablishes and keeps records
:on various financing activities.
:cp~ordinates flow of funds,
ardminirstrs loan agreements.
'Reforms cost accounting and

!aounil'p m ote e
countingg for all marketing
ogilrations concerning marine

:and i :dustia lue

:experience is highly desirable.
;~ly Bahamians will be
aftsildered.
jPlue reply stating details of
qualifications and experience
and past salary to: C. E.
Artbrister Personnel Officer,
inthamas 011 Refining
:Company, P. O. Box F2435,
Ilenport. Grand Bahama.
* C7358
:INrCOMING REVENUE
; CASHIER: Must have high
asph~ool education. Be able to
aeal with the public. Have
knowledge of handling larg*
states of money. Must have
:three to five years experience
:I, 14 general Cashing. Reference
- and police records required.
* PLITRY CHEF: Must have 10
lYirs experience in European
;afid American Plan. Must have
-high school education or
# Ivalent. Must be able to
. grlong hours. Police record
aInti health certificate required.
:Ip ~reted persons apply: The
agrand Bahama Hotel &
jc~tntry Club, West End.
B hamath Personnel
~9r80 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
;Idday through Friday. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.

:CG$4
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GEBNEAL TENDENCtBS: This is no day to
\take any chance, rtly wh mny

for romnanteicaterets that can ring happlaeas
ARIB8_ (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Avoid extnravancesr sa
unwise lavmstnets today and think more on the espotional
side of lIfe. postpone making Big decisions uhtil you are more
sat of the fatate. Be alert.
TAURUSl (Apr. 20 to May 20) Do thoe things that make
you more charming in the morning. Later finish those
unoomp~tak s athst sootaemmulted Not a good day to

GEMIYNI (May 21 to June 21) You feel limited but thi can
be oer~come by engagias in your favorite pastime. Lead a
helpala hand to another l need and make your own bunlrde
lighter. Think and act constructively.
MOON CHILDREN (Jane 22 to July 21) Make sure you
don't hurt the feelings of a friend who is upset or there could
b uLR~rd tosrer tof ooanections. Conditions usrl

carar problem today and become molre secure in your line of

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Make sure you complete what
you have started during the morning. In the afternoon go out
and make new friends. Avoid one who has a chip on the
shoulder. The evening then turns tojoy.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Attend to those duties ahead
of you and kep promises made to others. Persever eand you
can accomplish a great deal. Avoid a tendency to go off on a
tangent. Do something you really lke.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show how much you
appyert aw r end lit woddhbehmb enA lortem y
More cooperation with mate is necessry
kSoAG TARUSd(Nor 22 to Drc 21 oprt om w
efficiently and derive more benefits. Evening is fine for the
soial aide of lie.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) If you perfect your
hobbies, you find they can de~lght you a great deal. Do your
work properly during the day. The one you love cra be in a
cooperative mood tonight.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Use tact in dealing with
others at home. Don't pick a quarrel with anyone or respond
to their teatsin. Avoid the social tonight where there could be

PISE (Fe. s0o tu.20) Takte no risks where money is
concerned and you ain the respect of higher-ups. The evening
is a good time to talkr matters over with business experts.
Obtain the data you need for best results
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ..he or she will be
one of thoef fascinating young people wlm early in life has to
learn to complete what has once been started, and then this
lie becomes a succssful one. The fields of banking, real estate
and busineu ss fine here. Sports are important. Give good
religous tiraintag
"The Stars impel, they do not compeL" What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!

Br idg e chess


Eas~ter Tourwnamnt. Held over

suite, much the most pleasant
venue in London, this tourna-
ment gains ybarly in popularity.
This was one of the tops
scored b las ear's winners.
Dealer East: anBV hum
North
SA 10 7 5 48
West East

K~,, E 4 3 2 eanrul br n plla t
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So pparNty hsopele r~taon
K 98 3 I~n ds pa~tdon. MattaB (WtMek
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g975 6 rh *ts to be eatenr tae Mac
Wes Nh Et Seath tw irook a~t Em. What M
s 2~s 24* ad halai did the gonl
SoPea thea: 10 sam rd
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erahwblity seems b~. m~: aste i aIro~~.La
East's ri I hearts, for now unrdutdtbrhh
North must be short in hearts naagm an~s )mnls

twdmot an tohmnd

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7-A-81DE RUGBEY
RUGBY RETURNS to the

toutrnament at f:oo o coloc. Atll

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and followlag the towrrnaent a
sAer beh~ee w be held at the
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Bet as s
Paradise Islnd 9 8

Bahamas Bledndr 4 12
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Iots. 23, winner or seenn sod
mlrnrlr ne as MuoA slmas a
Monday wthb Miss Weiner, 21, at
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BUy A L~awn Mower
oPiwtgar Propgliggi


Tels mma~ e
THE 1973 Bahamasr Cricket
Associtatio series will officially
get underway this Saturday at
Haynes Oval cricket ground
when the Minister of
Hdcta o band C ntre t he
Coakley, bowls the first bowl
at 1.0 p m, to star tulm sees.

Miy 5 and 6 is a cup match
between the President's Eleven
a team selected by the Board
and the Don "Q)" eleven, the
team which recently hosted an
Australian touring side.
These two teams will be
competing for the Don "Q,,
floating trophy. The
manufacturers of Don "Q"
have donated this trophy to be
played for as an annual event
between two teams agreed
upon by the Association with
te wnner kepi the nr ph

of Bahamas Blenders'
distributors of Don "Q" Rum
in the Bahamas, will present
the trophy to Mr. Henry
Burrows, President of the
Cricket Association, on
Saturday prior to the start of
the game.
The regular fixture matches

atthe vrosh cr arM pon
Ten teams have registered for
this year's competition.
Umphres for the match will
be Messrs Albury &t King.
The teams for this cup
match are as follows:
PRESIDENT'S ELEVEN: G*
Ferguson (Capt.),aJ Woods
(Cp ., T. Wakns, i.
Peterson, Rudi Dean, V*
Lawrence. P. Hall, H. Smith, E.
Hunter, C. Forbes, G.
Turaquest.
RESERVES: T. Wilson,G.
DON '"Q" ELEVEN: H.
Stewart (Capt.), E. Lewis, F.
Scott, H. Kingston, G.
Brathwaite, F. Phillips, A*
Alleyne, B. Serville, R*
Kellman, I. Taylor, B. Ellis*
RESERVES: V. Addison, S.
Bain






After giving away S shots to
Rick Gibson, 9 to Robin
Nichols and 15 to all the rest,
B.G.A. Junior Champion,
Viernon Lockhart still rean way
wihftplace in t Jnior
aTour et hon at South
Due to his steadily
unprovinge game ade th on d

dha id htat Do om rtitio i

have to give strokes to the
other Juniors in order to win,
but that obviously meant
nothing to him, for he went
right on to the cours eand shot
42-40 Gross 80- -12 shots better
than his nearest rival.
When asked what will now
be done to this division to
make it more utteresting for
the others, Tournament
Director /Fred Higsas
commented, "Lockhart,

ivtoed tooncor p teh nb n
regular compete tionde .e. from
th le as, in or er that he
may have more competition
and improve his game even
more. Also in order that the
other Juniors will have more of
an even division, as without
Lockhart they are all pretty

mx eptio cof Rimk y.'wt te
Higgs further said that the
Juniors are shaping up very
nicely, and that presently the
low is 76, with the high
averaging 95, and "that's better
thnmost of our Seniors and

The next Tournament and
Clinic is slated for May i0 and

t Smtr Ra h; tir td e


o:3 pm
For those Juniors who had
attended Clinics but not
played, and for those who are
a e pl to str, aH uClnc wio
at 10 a.m., followed by a 9
hole Towrnament at 10 day

Tourawy are as follows:~
Vernon Lockhart 8*




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Tournament sted thel C.M.P Tiroh.
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BAHAMAS LIGH~igAVYWRIGRy AgA)i~ AnyB )pg~bcr' hashomecstd soose
in die Bridg Comnmemedth tYL rC is lws heren wleg eh alrinst"l
Has0igi when he scored a namillem-
Now at hris peak in hi ms care asPrncss Margart Hosrpi~ta,

condit on, 11*l who rar .er, Assale Phlder c
has been underrated and hel a. gamfortlbrtably at home ali
back, works out daily at the' oirrs in ve heant teeth sa$ s
Nassau Stadium readylag of hisjawr bonela a fsensat
himself for the bispat fights of automobile accidat Also
his career. With their adopted latured in the same socdlbt
slogan "Look up and more was his manage Mr. Golspr
on," Rolle and his manager ,Johany Hudgins' maager pt
Marty Goldstein anxioougy Caprry and middlerweigt
await a reply to set a date with ,Clandblus Woo~dsid.
wrdVincento Rondcon, formerlh 1i PideWrk 11s expected to agrt
hevworld cam f h soad wrk a epcyedi in abint
"Confident of victory here, glx weeks but will not be able
it is to 'move on' to either to don gloves for three to fouri
Chris Finnigan, the British RETURNIYQT months. However, he defialtaly
Commonwealth chmpal it RIR Ghea ws Ig he ma will return to the ring, said

heavyweight champ Jf the Boy Roll, has big things Training hard and diligently
world, Bob Foster Mr. aimed. itom the Goldustin Camp are
Goldstein said. "There 1s Kid Barr, -Sagar tray Searsn sul,
nothing closer to Baby than expectations. back by popular demnrr,
getting recognlition not only RENNIE pINDERF middleweight Woodside who~s
for himself but also for the OUJT OF HIOSPITAL looking forward to sucesita
Bahamas AFTER THfREE DAYS in boxicng. ,
Mr. Goldstein pointed out
that there were some that feel
yha oe mchomp ti nti
"He never will be more ready "
said Mr. Goldstein. "He is in
A-1 condition at the peak of
his career. He can box or slug
with the best of thm. AS he
needs now is the fights and the BAHAMYAS BEAVYWBIORT Weade8 Neton, eyeig rabolt
support he has been getting with Ron Lyle set meath in willo~ plac him agaeg the
from his fellow Bahamians." top: ten takes on1 f'*asylvmiaal Willie Price in a. 10 remild
Role has spent latter tHan return bout Friday at the Nases Stadihun
hw for nth tiedSae Newton In. Pennsylvania meets Dev8l Dog and Sergent
witeher to ontse e su dropped a ten round split Sttrket fights Kid Bowswow.
ligh theavyp aend bohe wegt decision to Pri~e two0 ytear ag.
division including liam yElls, apweancshisouthb uossin of ~ t3h
Vincenate R on Csi ay those controversies where one - LAWNdh SRVICE
Foster. This has given him a jdggaetto e82an FE IIE FU ICD
wealth of experience. the refer and the other jadge PES~T CONTROL
"Aftr 14year of a it thir way," commented
Rolle's dr eam s ca be an t Newton. This lose however did 0RPC L236
Gollesdstein said "Ie all root, not deter Newton in any way
anld supotei al our hampion, Im asbe is working ont a great
a sureh'l o alto Ibve uapi tom wning streak. His lat bout
sur helldo h: o iveutrto was a four round techdecal

~ ~ e~r knockout victoty overt Miami's
ferty SWtaterdlet last year.


Bahamas girls eliminated and





THE BAHAMAS Bradon~ Cupr players Leo Role and Bertram Ynow lesr ha veowin both their
singl matches today splnat Jama~ica to sty in thCormmonwealth CrIbbesII Tennis TournameInt
being p~sed at due Montage Btech Hotel courts*


Yesterday they lost out to
Rr": pth Ja~mna a in dh doubed
by scores of 8-6, 6-2 and 7-5.
I;~~'~1~~3:: Th ;Ine o hi ace oh Jamaican team only has

make te final against
Trinidad. RPlh har V:!des and
Allan Price easily whipped
Richard Browne and Gregory
'~,:Adams of Barbados 6-2, 6-0,
6-1 to gain a spot in the
Brandon Cup finals.
The Bahamas players had
tough smagles matches on their
hands this afternoon. Bahamas
No. I Leo Rolle was to play

Rawsl I ons dred by Ra d
be the best player in the
Ca ribbean, and Bertram
Knowles was to play David
Pratt.
GIRLS ELIMINATED
Yesterday also, the Bahamls
Birls team was eliminated, but
only after a hard-fought match.
Jane Wiberg and Vicki Knowles
wetdown in three st R a

Jamaica were to meet
Trinidad in the first round of
the Philhips Cup finals this
F afternoon.
In the Phillips Cup singles
I+;.rsplayed yesterday, Jane Wiberg
lost to Ria Mark 61 -Id -
defeated Kea Gibso of
~.~:~::1:;~ ~:3~Guyana 6-2, 6-3.
In the Brandon Cup
consolation tournament, Roy
estan d f Mo heefBaharnas
: Kitts 6-0, 6-4.


BAHAMAS GIRLS Vicky Knowles (right) and Jane
WIbr~ vwer eliminarted from tB Ph~lips Cup tournenant
yesterday losig their doubls match la thtre set to
Trinided. PHOTOt Rikely Wells.


THE SECO D, Annual
Bahamas Amateur Swimming
Chuampleaships, sanctioned by
the Bahamas Federation of
smnateusr Aquatics, wl1 be held
danrla tfe weekend of May
118-20 t the 25-metre six-lane
pool of St. Andrew's School,
Yamacraw Road.
David Sumner, chairman of
the Championsh ps Committee
said that the interest shown by
amateur swimmers in both
Neeau anda F epnr albbmo t
contestants are expected. Hie
went on to say that hopefully
many of the other Family
Islands of the Bahamas will be
represented. From the
enthusiasm shown so far many
of the championship times set
at last year's meet are expected
to be smashed
The Championships will be
open to all Bahamians and
non-Barhamian amateur
swimmers, with non*Bahtamians
required to have six months
Bahamuian residence prior to
May 18, 1973.
Entry forms for the
competition are being
distributed to all schools and
will be available from school
principals or physical
e ualtion ienatnac ors dat a
available from Mrs. Harriet
Lnh, Freepoupt Y.M.C.A.; M


T trbne or by wintinast
The Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Aquatics, P.O. Box
NSOS Nassau. Entry forms
must be completed and
returned to any of the above
mentioned in Nassau by May
14.
Gold, silver and bronze
medals will be awarded to the
fint three place winners in
each event, and the best times
set during the meet will be
considered official Bahamas
Na j.I 188immin thTe ars
officials, timers, judges, and
clerks are volunteers from the
Royal Life Saving Society,
B.A.S.R.A., the Bahamas
Underwater Club, service clubs,
various swimming coaches, a
well as other ladividuals who
are lateested in the future of
swimming throughout the


Ria Mark and Jean Merry of
Trinidad defeated Sue Bisco
and Lorna Wood of Jamaica,
6-2, 6-0 *
BRANDON SINGLES
Paul Lee-Lum of Trinidad
defeated Peter Simmons of
Barbados, 6-3, 64,6-0.
PHILLIPS DONSBR VATION
Vicki Knowles and Jane
Wilbers of the Bahamas
defeated Debbie Phillips and
Kean Gibson of Guyana, 26,
6-2, 6-4.
la the Bahamas-Jamaica
singles Bertram Knowles of the
Bahamas was leading over
pavid Pratt of Jamnaica, 2-1.


Having baen up
Price, Newton said that e
who la built in the shape of
Summervnie, is very deceivinrg.
He is a hustler and a good
puncher. "He is the type of
guy you can't take chances
with," said Newton. As a
result, Newton willl be putting
all his tact into play.
Putting the final touches oh
his workouts tonight at the

aun thei fisk mrtdinsth
uas capable of hdin Prie
familiar with hustlers as he was
working out daily at his base ly- .
New York. However, Prie 'is
no push over.
"I'm concentrating on speed
for this guy ... like I'll have to
use that jab all night,"' said
Newton. "You'll never believe
he can move as fast as he can
by looking at him." Recalilng
the fight: "Whn the bell rng,
that guy came at me like a
tiger. I said 'heck, this is just
the first roun ,' but when the
bnllrangfor he tnth ound
he was the same," he said.
la supporting bouts'
Cleveland Williams takes on
Roscoe Bel, Pseddle MaJor
fights Otis Clay, Alsohol Blue


Give her the
fashionabv farintn
ruur rdv Srcu


By MIKE ALBURY
MERCURY AND ESSO
have won the league
championship roll-offs for the
Plaza and Madeira leagues
respectively. Thompson's won

thephyce lgue by winn n

boercr are the defending
champions of the Plaza league
and they retained this honour
by completely outclassing
thelar r val, City Market, in the

wM rcury won tin fine a yle b
winng by a oa f61p n
over City Market. Both teams

atheirtfin nown ver t p t
season. To make the roHl-offs
takes a team effort. So

cRoun l,u Gerg F ieseno I~
Pinder, Larry d'Albenas and
Cedric Saunders on becoming
Champions, once again, of the
Plaza Leeague
in the roll-offs these high
sets were shot by Mseru ,
Tommy Russell 233 (64 )'
Larry D'Albenas 222 (65S) and
Cedric Sa~undes 278 (684).
am Qt Mlkt aunie

Bethel 237 (5593 anhotJorl

better sets.
On the first night Mercury
shot an excellent 2995 team(
set, wh~tich isl a fine a bowlir
performance as you will fir
m skmere.Te also shot two
Mercury has always been
on e afth bette stlr e ndr

MADAEIRA LEAGUE

champion hp honouseon fh
Maddelth league In the last game

momeu ourseom thi victory
was carried over into the
cml~l abiers they won by
Albusy' S uppty;




French on becoming the new
c amions\ of the Madbcii


' topethC+ as eluly won their
leaSUSS top honour. For Ess
Sydney Frnch 210 (596),
Terry Chea 24 (61.3) r&
wmtea ual UI~~~~h. ftll

Mad BIRF Albry reIa)~ as tbs
top scoges for Albury's


ALAN PRICEI, left, and Richard Valdea yesterday moed
Trialded infto the finals of the Commonwealth Carlbman
Brandon Cup doubles competition when they defeted Rishrd
Browne and Greg Adams of Barbedes 8*, 6-0 ad 6I at the
Montagu Beach Hotel tennis corts. The Trinidedians will meet
cllhard R~ussel ad Dnid Pratt of Jainalsa la the finas.
PHOTO: Rilckey Wellr.


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