<%BANNER%>
PRIVATE ITEM
Digitization of this item is currently in progress.
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03342
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: May 9, 1973
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03342

Full Text






IJUDLEY'S
Cor. RoMtti St. & Mt. Royal Ave.
P.O. Box 5850 ANYTHING MUSICAL
P.O. Box 5880- Phone 2-1306/2-3237
I1 r- -n i_ .


". .i. .iertofhfo p~Cnessio sw thinean ame.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX. No. 141 Wednesday, May 9, 1973. Price: C


2 OF NASSAU'S DOCKS TIED UP,

DOCKERS SIT DOWN ON THE JOB





Wildcat dock


strike


follows dismissal


longshoreman


LONGSHOREMEN ON TWO
dismissal by Nassau Stevedoring
Brotherhood of Longshoremen.


WORLD

RED CROSS

DAY TODAY
TODAY is World Red Cross
Day, which this year is to be
extended through May 31.
"On this World Red Cross
Day our institution is as always
faced with the most topical
and important problems," said
Mr. Jose Barroso, chairman of
the Board of Governors of the
League of Red Cross Societies.
This year the Red Cross has
selected the theme "You and
your Environment: Priority for
Red Cross."
As the late Walt Disney, who
was himself closely associated
with the Red Cross, is
identified .throughout the
world with the wholesome,
fun-loving world of animals,
birds and marine life, the Red
Cross has invited the Disney
organization to help promote
the protection'ol the human
ea~tnment.'
They agreed and as a result
this week Donald Duck,
Mickey Mouse and his friends
will appear daily in The
Tribune to urge Bahamians to
help make the Bahamas a
healthier and cleaner place in
which to live.
RESERVES DECLINE
"From time immemorial,"
said Mr. Barroso, "man has
constantly taxed his ingenuity
to survive, endeavouring to
make use of all the existing
resources. Our world, formerly
very fertile, has through
aggression of various kinds seen
its reserves decline and become
exhausted, while refuse and
rubbish are piling up from day
to day due to the rapid
increase of the world's
population, which in the year
2000 will reach the figure of
seven milliards.
"We are part of a
community within which
nothing should leave us
indifferent," Mr. Barroso
continued. "The problems of
one nation inevitably have
their repercussions on other
nations. Our epoch should,
therefore, be characterized by
actions of solidarity with
regard to any project and any
task aimed at maintaining an
ecological balance, which is
imperative if human life is to
preserved.
"However, we shall achieve
nothing unless the peoples of
the world adopt a new
attitude, a way of thinking and
a new conception of our
societies so that the necessity
for each individual to safeguard
his environment, on which he
is so closely dependent,
becomes deeply rooted in the
minds of all.
"May universal brotherhood
and freedom of mind, imbued
with a deep feeling for
mankind, lead us to struggle
effectively against the negative
forces which are today
destroying our world, this
world which must be
transformed into a place where
life is worth living, tp ensure
that man's future will be
abounding in promise," Mr.
Barroso said.


PATIO ]

FURNITURE


FREEPORT ONLY


of


chief


By MIKE LOTHIAN
OF NASSAU'S DOCKS staged a wild-cat strike this morning following the
Services, Limited of longshoreman Joseph McKinney, president of the United


RED CROSS AND NATIONHOOD-Mrs. Lottie Tynes,
director of the Bahamas Red Cross, and, Mrs. Rowena
Eldon, Its president, at the opening session this morning of
a three-day seminar for family island member group leaders.
MI. TVnes spoke on the "Red Cross and nationhood." The
seminar Is being held at St. George's Parish Hall, Montrose
Avenue. PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


Bahamas Red Cross to


become national society

A BILL is now in the drafting stages to set up the
machinery to turn the Bahamas Branch of the British Red Cross
into an independent national society to be known as the Bahamas
Red Cross Society. The Bill should be ready shortly for
presentation to the House of Assembly.


"We hope to become a
society by the end of the
year," said Mrs. Lottie V.
Tynes, director of the Bahamas
Red Cross.
"We are now the Bahamas
Red Cross," Mrs. Tynes
explained, "but if we want to
add the word 'society' to our
name, we have to use the full
title the Bahamas Branch of
the British Red Cross Society."
The branch has received a
model statute from Geneva,
which is to be adapted to the
context of the Bahamas, Mrs.
Tynes said. "We are now
studying the steps to become a
national society and Miss Jenne
Thompson, our legal adviser, is
drafting a bill for presentation
to the House.
"Once we get the approval
of the Bahamas government we
will become signatories to the
Geneva Convention," Mrs.
Tynes said. "We will then have
to make an application to the
international committee of the
Red Cross in Geneva.
MET REQUIREMENTS
"We will have to meet their
requirements, but from what I
have read of other countries
becoming independent states, I
feel that we have met those
requirements," Mrs. Tynes
said.
"With this step our
responsibilities will become
greater and we would be
required to open other
buildings," she continued.
The Red Cross building on
Baillou Hill Road, which
was closed as a creche on
December 31 last year, is now
the offices of Miss Phyllis
Aldridge, Red ('ross Director
of Training. This building will
become the Bahamas Red
Cross Society New Providence
Centre.
"We already have groups and
as they develop more and more
they'll become branches. There
is a lot of work to be done yet
to bring this all about," she


commented.
The Red Cross' seminar for
Family Island group leaders
opened at St. George's Parish
Hall, Montrose Avenue, at
9:30 this morning.
Mrs. Rowena Eldon,
president of the branch, was
the chairman of the morning
session. Mrs. Margaret
McDonald, Deputy Permanent
Secretary, Ministry of Health,
spoke instead of the Hon.
Loftus Roker, Minister of
Health, who is now in London
with a Bahamas government
delegation to confer with Lord
Balniel, Minister of State in the
Foreign and Commonwealth
Office.
NATIONHOOD
Mrs. Tynes talked of thT
Red Cross and nationhood. the
sessions continued through the
afternoon with work group
reports.
This evening's session in the
form of a panel discussion at
7:30 p.m. is open to the
public.
On the panel are Capt. Fiske
of the Salvation Army, who
will discuss Christian ideals;
Mr. Henry Sears, Ministry of
Labour and National
Insurance; Mr. Sammy Bain,
president of the Bahamas
Federation of Youth and Mrs.
Persis Rodgers, the Home for
the Aged.
NO FOUL PLAY
INVESTIGATIONS into the
death of a Long Island farmer,
whose body was flown to
Nassau Sunday, have been
closed by police authorities
when a post mortem revealed
he died of natural causes.
A police spokesman
confirmed yesterday that no
foul play is suspected in the
death of 67-year-old Grays
Settlement farmer Isaac
Beckford.
The man was found dead at
the settlement after having
attended church services.


The stevedores sat down on
the job shortly after 8 a.m. at
Union Dock and Prince George
Wharf, and they were still
refusing to work at noon, when
a meeting between the union,
the stevedoring company and
Labour Minister Clifford
Darling was reportedly set to
begin.
However, at 12:30 a
Ministry source said the
Minister was off the island,
Permanent Secretary C. A. P.
Smith was not in his office,
Chief Industrial Officer
Lambert Parker was on
vacation, and other industrial
relations officers were out.
Mr. McKinney could not be
contacted, nor could any
spokesman for the stevedoring
company be reached.
John Alfred Wharf was not
affected by the sit-down
because longshoremen there
are represented by the East
Side Stevedores Union. Kelly's
Dock was also unaffected, as
there were no vessels there
today to be loaded or
unloaded.
Held up at Prince George
Wharf was only one cargo
vessel, the Japanese ship
Dalmatia with a relatively small
cargo of 48 tons. The only
vessel stuck at Union Dock was
the m.v. Mereghan.
'HAVING LUNCH'
Workers at Union Dock who
had refused to work all
morning, denied any strike was
in progress at 11:45, claiming
they were sitting down merely
"having lunch."
The Tribune learned that
yesterday afternoon Mr.
McKinney, who was on the
dock purely in this capacity as
a stevedore on the job,
allegedly used abusive language
towards a supervisor.
The incident was reported to
Nassau Stevedoring Services, a
company formed recently by
Nassau shipping agents to
handle stevedoring matters.
When the company asked
Mr. McKinney to go to its Bay
Street offices to give his side of
the story, he reportedly
refused to do so.
As a result, Nassau
Stevedoring this morning
delivered a letter of dismissal
to Mr. McKinney.
The Unionist, according to
reports, immediately told
longshore .ie that the letter
sought to depose him as
president of the
Longshoremen's Union, and
the strike bega.i.
Shortly after I p.m. today a
company soruce said that
general manager of Nassau
Stevedoring Services, Carlyle
Cartwright, was attending a
meeting "in some government
office."
Meanwhile stevedores were
lying around chatting in groups
under the large container
trucks at Union Wharf. There
was no sign of stevedores at
Prince George where the
Japanese ship was still to bc
unloaded.
IT is understood that
early this afternoon union
members intervened and
stopped the Mereghan's crew
from unloading the ship.
Contacted late today
neither Carlyle Cartwright,
nor Joe McKlnney would
make a statement to the
press.


Seaman acquitted of murder, guilty of manslaubgter


MANGROVE Cay, Andros
seaman Milton Moxey, 67, was
bound over to keep the peace
for three years in the sum of
$1,000 when he was acquitted
of murder, but unanimously
found guilty of manslaughter
by a Supreme Court jury


yesterday.
Mr. Justice Samuel Graham,
in passing sentence, said he
took into consideration
Moxey's age "and the
circumstances surrounding the
incident" in which his cousin
was killed on the evening of


November 13 last year.
Moxey was charged with the
murder of Prince Moxey, 60,
by "hitting him about the
body and the head with a piece
of board." Various members of
the Moxey family gave
evidence in the Supreme Court


/! *




LYFORD CAY DEVELOPER E. P. TAYLOR
... has long-range faith in Bahamas


Mike Zorovich Sr. believed


missing man in crash plane

SKINDIVERS WERE CONTINUING THEIR SEARCH
operations today for the body of a second man believed to have
been aboard the Lockheed aircraft whose wreckage was found
submerged in the waters four miles off Chub Cay Sunday.


The missing man is thought
to be American businessman
Michael J. Zorovich Sr., who
reportedly was listed as the
pilot of a twin-engined
Lockheed said to be overdue
on a flight to Miami.
It is understood the plane
was hired from a Ft.
Lauderdale company and was
due in Miami Sunday.
Pieces of wreckage and
documents found by divers
seem to indicate that the
Lochheed at Chub Cay may be
the one reported missing.
A police spokesman said a
portion of the serial number
found matches that of the lost
plane. 'According to the police
five bags containing 240
pounds of marijuana was also
found on board.
Mr. Zorovich's son Michael


Jr. flew to Nassau after his
father was reported missing but
told the police that the body
found in the wreckage was not
that of his father.
The partly decomposed
remains were said to be that of
"a white male between the ages
of 25 and 30."
Well-known in Acklins and
Crooked Island, Mr. Zorovich
was said to operate a fish
export, business from the
district. Former Agriculture
and Fisheries Minister Anthony
Roberts, however, denied in
the House that permission had
been issued either to Mr.
Zorovich, Purity Pak Foods or
Zorel Enterprises .Ltd. "to
capture and export crawfish
and scalefish from Acklins,
Crooked Island and Long
Cay."


Ministry of Tourism


orders 'in-depth study'


of hotel industry here
By NICK KELLY
THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM announced today that it has
engaged the firm of Dayton-Keenan Inc. of North Palm Beach
Fla. to carry out an "in-depth study" of the hotel industry in
the Bahamas.
An official statement said prepare an overall tourism
the study is expected to cover development plan.
a three-month period beginning "The Checchi report
in mid-May and will consider touched upon problems of the
all aspects of the industry, hotel industry as well, but it
Dayton-Keenan was engaged was not mainly a study of the
"because of its wide experience hotel industry," the Ministry
in international hotel said.
development management," Tribune files reveal that
the Ministry said. despite the importance of that
According to the survey, the government refused
department, this will be the to make copies available to the
first time that such a press following its publication.
comprehensive analysis of te It was subsequently learned
hotel industry will have been that one of the offending
undertaken. "The Bahamas passages being withheld from
Hotel Association and hotels the public by order of the
which are not its members, Cabinet dealt with the question
have assured full cooperation of expatriate staff in the
in providing necessary tourist industry.
data for the present study," it Page 84 of the executive
was stated. summary of the report on the
A husband and wife team, "Administration of the
the Daytons met with Expatriate Quota," said that:
representatives of the "The greatest single problem
Association Friday at which facing the tourism industry in
time members outlined the the Bahamas is the uncertainty
various problems being under which it must operate in
encountered in the industry, regard to expatriate staff."
HOTELS LOSE The survey recommended
The Tribune disclosed last that certain machinery be set
week that hotels in the up to "eliminate ihe
Bahamas lost $8 million in uncertainties and inequities
1972, despite record tourist which presently exist in the
figures. administration of a policy
The Ministry of Tourism is towards expatriate workers in
hoping the in-depth study will the tourism industry," and
indicate how to make the hotel suggested an overall quota for
industry "more healthy and expatriates.
viable." The earlier Clapp and Mayne
The Tribune understands, manpower survey, also stressed
however, that the terms of the need for more expatriates
reference for the study have in the economy.
been laid down by the Cabinet
within narrowly defined limits B
that skirt such sensitive areas as BLOOD KNOT
immigration, cost of public MAY 11 and 12
utilities and increased "THE BLOOD Knot" w
tar Ministry release recalled play at the Dundas Civic
The Ministry releaserecalled Centre on May I1 and 12, not
that in 1969 consult had engaged a tonight as stated in last night's
grChe of consultants through Tribune. The play is produced
Checchi and Company, a by the Bahamas Drama Circle.
Washington D.C. firm, to


LYFORD CAY DEVELOPER HAS

LONG-RANGE FAITH IN BAHAMAS, BIT--


E.P.Taylor sees need


for govt. action to buttress


short term 'serious problems'

THE ONLY WAY THE BAHAMAS will be able to solve its
financial problems, reduce unemployment and maintain or
improve the standard of living of those who are employed, is to
encourage planned growth of its year-round expatriate population
in a way which will not deprive Bahamians of the right to control
the destiny of their country.


Addressing the Nassau
Rotary Club yesterday, Lyford
Cay developer E.P. Taylor
reiterated his long range faith
in the future of the Bahamas,
but frankly acknowledged that
the short range future as he
saw it, "presents extremely
serious problems."
lie named these as increasing
competition in the area of
tourism, the need for a
constantly increasing flow of
permanent capital and rising
unemployment.
"The struggle throughout
the world for tourists by
hundreds, if not thousands, of
newly-opened resorts each year
in places where the climate is
suitable to attract tourists en
masse, is going to make it
tough for the Bahamas," Mr.
Taylor said.
Secondly, he continued, all
developing countries require a
constantly increasing flow of
permanent capital from
developed countries. "In this
connection I know that the
government and the financial
institutions are striving to
reverse the unfortunate trend
of recent years."
Although government was
hopeful that new industry and
grants-in-aid from outside
sources would stem the tide of
rising unemployment, Mr.
Taylor said, he believed time
was "running out against us
and that these is only one
policy which can be adopted
by government and which in a
relatively few years can bring
back happiness and prosperity
to these islands."
ONE WAY
He was convinced, he said,
that there was only one way in
which the Bahamas could
reverse the present
unsatisfactory trend in the
short term.
Referring to Rand-McNally's
International Atlas, he quoted
population figures to show
that in a comparison with the
neighboring islands of
Barbados, Bermuda, Puerto
Rico, Jamaica and Trinidad,
the Bahamas had the least
number of people per square
mile.
Barbados had the highest
with 1,500 people. The
Bahamas had between 40 and
50.
"The figures reveal how
sparsely this country is
populated and the great
opportunity we therefore have
to increase the population and
thus improve the economy and
the welfare of the Bahamian
people," Mr. Taylor said.
"To maintain a proper
standard of living for
Bahamians, this country must
increase its year-round
population in a sensible
manner and in a way which
will not deprive Bahamians of
the right to control the destiny
of their country," he said.
He observed that in the
ordinary course world
population would triple in less
than 100 years. If the
Bahamas' population tripled in
the same period the density
would still be less than 150 per
square mile, which would
present a problem in an
overcrowded world.
MORE PEOPLE'
"The point I wish to make,"
Mr. Taylor said, "is that we
need more people living here in
the next few years to solve our
financial problems, to reduce
unemployment, and maintain
or improve the standard of
living of those who are
employed."
To accomplish this he
suggested that government, on
a trial basis, encourage people
to come here and live out their
lives subject to accepting
certain limitations to their
privileges.
Mr. Taylor said his proposal
would be taken as a friendly
gesture around the world and
go a long way to correcting the
many misconceptions in the


minds of people in other
countries.
It would also cause the
building construction industry
to boom as never before.
He pointed out that many
wealthier nations had horrible
weather for a substantial part
of the year. Meantime there
were many persons in these
countries who had sufficient
income, either from the return
on their accumulated capital or
from pensions, who could
afford to live in a pleasant
climate after they retire from
an active, useful, working life.
CONDITIONS
The Canadian investor
strongly urged that such people
be encouraged to make their
retirement home in these
islands subject to the following
conditions.
They are people of good
character.
They accept the fact that
they will never have a vote in
elections.
They produce evidence
that they can live on the
income they are assured of
from abroad.
They come with the
knowledge that they will not
be allowed to seek gainful
employment in the Bahamas.
They should be 50 years
of age or more.
Should the government give
residential status to 5,000
single persons or married
couples, Mr. Taylor estimated
that a couple with an'income
of $15,000 annually would
contribute financially to the
country more than 600
tourists.
Each 5,000 of them would
contribute to the economy
more than 300,000 tourists.
"Furthermore they would
have members of their families
and friends come to visit them
from time to time which would
swell the revenues from
tourism," he pointed out.
"If 25,000 such people were
here in ten years time, their
numbers would be more than
matched by the growth of the
Bahamian-born population.
"The country would have
nothing to fear from their
presence in our midst. The
density of population would
increase to less than 60 persons
per square mile."
It would, Mr. Taylor said, be
the best insurance policy the
Bahamian people could buy
and one which would ensure
the prosperity and welfare of
the country.

LYFORD CAY HAS

BROUGHT $150m.

TO THE BAHAMAS
THE LYFORD Cay
development, sparked by'
Canadian E. P. Taylor, has in
the last 15 years been
responsible for bringing more
than $150 million in foreign
currency into the Bahamas.
This was revealed by Mr.
Taylor yesterday in an address
to the Nassau Rotary Club at
their luncheon meeting at the
Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel.
The Canadian investor said
he had never regretted his
decision to buy the Lyford Cay
property although he had not
yet recovered a substantial
portion of his original
investment.
The Lyford Cay company
gave the Club to its members in
1971 for a nominal
consideration, and retained
ownership of the unsold land
and certain other assets.


Bank with



H^Bardo4ys


L hp


Sritbutte


I









d6 ..... & .4mt.BWdneedIyiMW& 1973.


PENTAIN PiAPES US warns its neighbours LIBYA EXPELS


ll T financial home priorities
Nixon 'up to his ears ii financial home priorities


WOUNDED KNEE HEALED
WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. (AP) The 70-day siege of Wounded Knee
ended Tuesday as militant Indians surrendered their arms and U.S.
smarha and FBI alnts secured the historic hamlet.
The federal officers transported everyone from the village and said
permanent residents who had remained during the occupation would be
allowed to return Wednesday after a thorough search for weapons,
exploslves and "evidence of criminal actions."
Interior Department solicitor general Kent Frizzell said fire bombs were
discovered in Indian bunkers and that one man was arrested with a weapon
after the federal officers entered the village.
Deputy Ast. U.S. Atty. Gen. Richard Hellstem said the Justice
Department's community relations service had taken stock of the weapons.
"They just turned in a lot of old crap," Hellstern said, "old shotguns and
rifles."
Evacuation of the village was delayed more than an hour when two
white men identified as members of the occupation force refused to
surrender after driving to a federal roadblock.
Frizzell said the two men, one identified as Al Cooper, sat in their
locked vehicle and argued with federal officers over terms of their arrest
and bond. He said the issue was resolved after counsel arrived at the scene
to represent them.
McCORD SAYS HE WAS PUT UNDER 'INTENSIVE PRESSURE'
WASHINGTON (AP) A hearing in a U.S. district court in Washington
has disclosed that the Nixon re-election committee used a Maryland
accounting firm to convert campaign cheques into cash during 1971. This
follows an earlier disclosure that cheques were being converted to cash as
campaign money passed through the bank account of convicted Watergate
conspirator Bernard Barker.
Other reports from Washington say the first group of witnesses in the
Senate's Watergate hearings will be the four men arrested Inside the
Democratic National Committee headquarters along with James McCord.
Sources say Howard Hunt and Gordon Liddy are on the witness list, and
also a top re-election campaign official, Job Magruder.
The Los Angeles Times reported today James McCord has told federal
Investigators that he and other trial defendants were put under "intense
pressure" to say the C.I.A. was behind the break-in and bugging at
Watergate. The Times said it learned that McCord detailed the plan in a
memorandum submitted to the Senate's Watergate committee. That
statement reportedly also was given to chief U.S. district court judge John
Siesrica.
The Times said McCord did not specify who exerted the pressure.
WILL HEAR MOTION FOR ELLSBERG & RUSSO'S ACQUITTAL
LOS ANGELES (AP) The judge in the Pentagolr Papers trial has
agreed to hear a defense motion for acquittal. Judge Matt Byrne told
defense attorneys yesterday he would consider their arguments and decide
tomorrow whether to dismiss the charges against Daniel Ellsberg and
Anthony Russo because of White House involvement in the case.
Byrne yesterday sent the jurors in the case home until Monday without
Informing them of the week's developments involving the White House,
and his call for arguments Immediately suggested he may be considering
ending the trial on another basis on grounds the government has not
proven the defendants' guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. (e SEE STORY
THIS PAGE).
KISSINGER & BREZHNEV TALKS 'VERY CORDIAL'
MOSCOW, MAY 9 (AP)- Henry Kissinger said today his talks with
Soviet leaders had been "very cordial" but there would have to be more
exchanges before the date of Communist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev's
visit to the United States Is announced.
President Nixon's chief adviser on foreign policy told newsmen as he left
for London, "we had very cordial talks. We covered all the subjects we
came to discuss ... the talks were very satisfactory."
Asked about the Brezhnev visit, which has been expected in late June.
Kissinger said, "we have to have some more exchanges before we announce
the date."


REQUESTS FUNDS TO BOLSTER DEFENSE FORCES
WASHINGTON (AP) Outgoing Defense Secretary Elliot Richardson
asked Congress today for one billion, 200 million dollars in military aid to
bolster defense forces in Cambodia, Korea and Thailand, and other areas
seeking help under the Nixon doctrine. He spoke before the Senate's
Foreign Relations Committee.
Pentagon officials told Congress today that American planes have
dropped more than 80-thousand tons of bombs on Cambodia since the
Vietnam cease-fire went Into effect in Januay. They said this cost almost
160 million dollars. It also was disclosed that planes dropped bombs in
Laos at a cost of 99 million dollars.
TO VISIT U.S. SERVICEMEN'S GRAVES IN HANOI
SAIGON (AP) American spokesman in Saigon said today that a team
of Americans will fly to Hanoi Saturday to visit the graves of 23 U.S.
servicemen Hanoi says died In captivity. It is the first progress reported in
the recovery of servicemen who died while held prisoner.
The U.S. spokesman said WNorth Vietnam 4-es agreed to allow the
American team to talt with officials in Hanoi and work out arrangements
for the return of the remains to the U.S.
ENTIRE AMOUNT OF HIJACKING RANSOM RECOVERED
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA (AP) A 303,000 dollar ransom payment
made to a hijacker a year ago was returned to Eastern Airlines Tuesday.
Officials said the money had been paid to Frederick William Hahneman
May 5, 1972, at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., In
connection with the hijacking of Eastern Airlines flight 175 from
Allentown, Pennsylvania, to Miami.
The aircraft, with six crew members and the hijacker aboard, went to
New Orleans where the hijacker and crew members changed to another
aircraft. The hijacker bailed out near Yoro, Honduras.
Hahneman surrendered at the American Embassy In Honduras on June
3, 1972, and has since been sentenced to life imprisonment.
After he surrendered, Hahneman told an FBI agent that the money was
destined for "The Communist Bank of China in Hong Kong" and that the
money was out of his hands the night he parachuted into Honduras.
Authorities said they could not reveal how or where the money was
recovered.
ISRAEL REPORTS U.S. SIXTH FLEET ALERTED
CAIRO (AP) The Egyptian Press says there were reports from Israel
today that the U.S. Sixth Fleet has been placed on alert, and Egypt's War
Minister who also is commander of the Syrian and Jordanian armed
forces reportedly conferred with Syrian leaders yesterday at a secret
meeting.
The reports come as the nations of the Middle East wait to see If the
case-flre ordered yesterday in Lebanon will hold.
Thee has been speculation that Syria might allow guerrillas to hit
Lebanon from Its territory in case of new outbreaks.


"You're right about
Ballantine's Scotch."


"Have I ever
been wrong?"


Ilk


T more know abumt Sate, |
the 4 o to Ballafme's. L '


in Watergate & can't WATIASATE LINKS could cut ai
d funds
C 7 EINGSTON JAMAICA MAY 8 (AP) The


see how he'll get out'

MADISON, Wis. (AP)- The editor and publisher of The
Capital Times said Tuesday that Sen. William Proxmire, (D., Wis.)
"told me in a telephone conversation Monday that President
Nixon is involved in Watergate up to his ears and that he could
-i6 a"-h ho -n.. I---ftf it "


notu see nouw n cou aet out ow i






WASHINGTON (AP) -
Here, at a glance, are the
latest developments in the
Watergate Case:
RICHARDSON The
Senate judiciary committee
opens hearings Wednesday on
President Nixon's nomination
of Elliot L. Richardson to be
Attorney General. Nixon has
placed Richardson in charge
of the Watergate Case, but
the Attorney General-desig-
nate says he will name a
special prosecutor.
CABLES The State
Department said E. Howard
Hunt Jr. was allowed to copy
240 classified diplomatic
cables in 1971. Hunt, at the
time a White House
consultant assigned to stop
news leaks, later was
convicted as a Watergate
conspirator and has said he
forged two cables to
implicate the Kennedy
administration.
PENTAGON PAPERS -
At the Pentagon Papers trial
in Los Angeles, the judge
released a CIA memorandum
saying the Agency had
withdrawn its assistance to
Hunt after determining a
"domestic clandestine


operation" was involved.
AGNEW Vice President
Spiro T. Agnew said at the
University of Virginia that he
applauds the efforts and
results of investigative
reporting on the Watergate
story but he criticized some
portions of the media,
including the Washington
Post, for using what he
termed hearsay and for
, quoting unnamed sources.
MITCHELL The New'
York Daily News quoted
sources as saying a federal
grand jury investigating
Watergate has enough
evidence to indict former
Atty. Geri. John N. Mitchell.
Mitchell called the report
irresponsible and repeated his
claim of innocence.
KLEINDIENST -
Resigned Atty. Gen. Richard
G. Kleindienst said in an
interview with the Chicago
Tribune that on several
occasions President Nixon
assured him that he had no
advance knowledge of the
Watergate affair. "I believe
that to be true," Kleindienast
said.


1.
The statement was
contained in a column by Miles
McMillin and followed
Proxmire's public statement in
Washington that the press is
trying to destroy Nixon by
printing "disputed, unproven
secret charges" against him.
McMillins column continued
that Proxmire "did not explain
how Nixon is to be tried or
even investigated if it is not
done by the press. How can the
courts do it or Congress do it
when the President claims
complete immunity and refuses
to answer any questions?"
McMillian said the Proxmire
story was an example of the
press 'playing the political's
game of publishing what the
public relations men hand out
publicly and suppressing what
the politicians say in private"
in connection with the
Watergate scandal.
SO COMMON
The practice has become so
common, McMillin said, that
forme- Attorney General John
Mitchell is publicly
complaining that the news
media published "his wife's
statement that Nixon should
resign a statement he said
was given privately."
"He doesn't deny the truth
of the statement". McMillin
said. "He protests that the
public is told the truth."
In response to questions
about the Capital Times
column, Proxmire said he told
the editor the President "may
be up to his ears in Watergate"
but ought to be treated fairly if
indeed facts prove he is
involved.
"There is just no way he
could hold back the tide of
disclosure and if he is involved,
there is no way he can save
himself," Proxmire said.
He said that what he told
McMillin was not in
contradiction to his Senate
remarks. "I think the c4se
against the President has rot
been made yet, but I do think
the entire truth will come
out," he added. ---
OIL GIANT REAPPRAISING
ITALIAN OPERATIONS
LONDON (AP) British
Petroleum, partly state-ow.ed oil
giant, is considering selling Its
refining and marketing subsidiary in
Italy, financial sources said
Wednesday.
The report followed a company
statement that BP was reappraising
Italian operations "In the light of
unsatisfactory trading conditions in
Italy." The company said no
decisions had yet been taken.
BP's direct Involvement in Italy
dates from 1958. It controls about
7.5 per cent of the market there.
Most major oil companies
reportedly lose money in Italy.


Former Attorney General denies

Time report of tapping newsmen


WASHINGTON (AP)-
Former attorney General
Kleindienst says he knows
nothing of wiretapping of
newsmens' telephones as
reported by Time magazine.
Kleindienst said in a letter to
Time he can "categorically
state that no such telephone
conversation took place
between me and (the late FBI
director J. Edgar) Mr. Hoover."
In its May 14 issue, Time
said it learned that results of
wiretaps allegedly ordered by
President Nixon were stolen
from the FBI after Hoover
used them to "blackmail" the
White House, which was
pressuring for his removal.
According to Time, Hoover
angrily "telephoned
Kleindienst and threatened to
reveal those embarrassing
taps."
The magazine said Hoover
demanded and received written
authorization from Attorney
General John Mitchell to tap
the telephones of two New
York Times reporters and four
White House aides in an alleged
White House bid in 1969 to
plug leaks involving military
policy discussions.
In 1971. when the


administration decided to
pressure Hoover out of his post
the FBI director allegedly
called Kleindienst, then deputy
attorney general, and
threatened to reveal the taps,
according to Time.
In late spring of 1971, Time
said, Hoover discovered all his
records of the wiretaps, on
reporters had disappeared.
Time said the taps continued
through much of 1970 and
1971, but produced little
information. Two government
employees were transferred as
a result of the taps, the
magazine said.


by LindaDeutsch
LOS ANGELES (AP) U.S.
district court judge Matt Byrne
dismissed the Pentagon
Papers trial jury Tuesday for
the remainder of the week and
ordered afull-scale hearing into
Watergate links in the case.
The jury was brought in at
10 a.m. and told the
government rebuttal was
completed and the defense
would not offer more
witnesses.
"That brinp to an end the
evidence in this case," to
report back to the courtroom
Monday morning, instructing
them again to avoid exposing
themselves to any news of the
case. Jurors have not been told
about the alleged involvement
of Watergate conspirators and
White House aides in the
burglary of the office of Daniel
Ellsberg's psychiatrist.
After the jury left, Bryne
asked attorneys for both sides
what they think should be the
"scope" of a hearing into the
Watergate links.
The defense has asked that a
number of past and present
White House staff members be
called to testify here about the
attempted burglary of
Ellsberg's psychiatric"files and
other matters.
BOX TURNED OVER
The judge also said the
government had turned over a
box of new materials this
morning, but he said the
materials did not include those
items he had specifically asked
for.
Byrne instructed prosecutors
Monday to find out how long
the Department of Justice had
known about the burglary,
about CIA involvement and
about any electronic
surveillance in connection with
the Pentagon Papers case.
In the latest development
Monday, the judge released
additional grand jury
testimony of Watergate
conspirator E. Howard Hunt.
Hunt had said that President
Nixon's special counsel,
Charles W. Colson, had
assigned him to a "hot"
mission-to forge cables linking
President John F. Kennedy to
the assassination of South
Vietnamese President Ngo
Dinh Diem.


White- House

behind burglary

says McCord

WASHINGTON (AP) -
James W. McCord Jr. says he is
"completely convinced" the
White House was behind a
scheme to blame the CIA for
the Watergate wiretapping.
McCord, who faces a prison
term of up to 45 years on his
conviction for burglary,
wiretapping and conspiracy in
the case, told of pressure to
blame the CIA in a memo given
to Senate and government
investigators.
The memo was published in
the New York -Times
Wednesday, and confirmed as
genuine by McCord's attorney,
Bernard Fensterwald.
The development came as
top present and former CIA
officials headed for Capitol Hill
to explain why disguises, a spy
camera, a tape recorder and
phony identification papers
were supplied to White House
aides bent on burglarizing the
office of a psychiatrist who
treated Daniel Ellsberg,
defendant in the Pentagon
Papers case.
The Justice Department
meanwhile refused to comment


A


United States


warmd Its ighbors Tuesday that financial priorities at home
could et sharply into funds allocated for hemispheric


treasury Secretary George
P. Schultz, in an address to the
14th annual meeting of the
board of governors of the
Inter-American Development
Bank, said the Nixon
administration is carefully
watching its budget.
"We have been restraining
our total budget as a means of
countering domestic
inflationary pressures," he told
the session. "The demands for
more domestic spending are
vast. We need to control
pollution. We need to rebuild
decaying cities. We need to
assist poorer American citizens,
whose number is still too
large.
"We are not able to meet all
these pressing demands. It is
also obvious ... that we must
restrain overseas spending to
help deal with our balance of
payments problem."
The board of governors
meeting has attracted 1,000
participants. The bank has 24
member countries in South and
Central America and the
Caribbean as well as the United
States and Canada.
Those two nations are
non-borrowing members of the
bank. They put up loan funds
but do not receive loans
themselves The United States
contributes a major share of
capital to the bank, which last
year lent 807 million dollars.
STRONG FEELING
Schultz said President Nixon
still feels strongly about giving
priority to past agreements to
provide the bank with funds
and has allocated 500 million
dollars for this in the 1974
budget. He said there is also a
193-million-total request
pending before Congress for
the bank.
"We will press for
appropriation of these
amounts," he said. "But the
congress will independently
examine priorities and frankly
speaking, I cannot describe the
Congressional prospects as
other than uncertain."
The, prospect of a verbal
confrontation between Chile
and the United States during
the four-day meeting appeared
diminished Tuesday after
informal talks between both
delegations, meetings sources
reported. The meeting began
Monday.
Chile, joined by Argentina,
has submitted a request that
the board discuss possible
revisions in the bank's charter.
The requests were vague but
the speculation was that the
discussions would centre on
the U.S. influence over who
receives loans.
Chile's Marxist government
has not received a bank loan
since 1970, when President
Salvador Allende was elected.
His Popular Unity government
nationalized U.S.-operated
copper mines without paying
compensation.



MeAllitir HtNl
DOWNTOWN MIAMI




Single $ 9
Double $11
Triple $13
Quadruple $16

Home of the
AMERICAN-BAHAMIAN
FEDERATION


When it comes to insurance

it's Dominion for Life


... in Nassau

call Nello Coerbell 2-3843



TIE DOOWMlON FESABMURCEMCIM


Meeting sources said the
revision matter would probably
be referred to a committee and
not be taken up by the board
of governors.
Schultz made an oblique
reference to tnus in his speech.
He said the bank has a useful
role to play in helping to
resolve investment disputes, "a
role best played out of the
headlines and with quiet
patience."
"These disputes continue to
affect economic harmony and
cooperation in the hemisphere.
They are thus a matter of
international concern, not just
a bilateral issue.
"But the position of both
the executive branch and the
Congress of my country is
clear," Schultz declared.
"U.S. taxpayers' funds
should not be provided to
nations which have
expropriated property of
United States firms without
the prompt, adequate and
effective compensation
contemplated both by
international law and our
domestic law."
At Tuesday's session, the
bank's President, Antonio
Ortiz Mena, called for
increased membership by
industrialized European
nations and Japan to help
development in the'
hemisphere.
Eighteen nations have been
approached to join the bank as
non-borrowing, non-regional
members to provide more
capital for loan programmes.
The bank hopes to reach a loan
level of one billion dollars
annually.
SPITZ & BRIDE RECEIVE
TELEPHONE THREATS
PALM BEACH FLORIDA (AP)
Olympic superswimmer Mark
Spitz and his bride of three days
had their honeymoon interrupted
after a threat against Spitz' life was
telephoned to a Palm Beach
newspaper.
Sources said the couple left for
Jamaica later in the day.



BEAUTY BOX
THELMA CANCINO
BEN ABRANOFF
Beauty Specialists
Specializing in Facials
PHONE 2-6305
FREEPORT ARCADE
PIONEER WAY
DOWNTOWN, FREEPORT


YAMAHA

VELOSOLEX


U.S. DIPLOMAT


SUZIKI

B.S.A.


MINTS FOR BKVCLUES


RALEIGH

OXFORD


BRIDGESTONE

WESTERN FLYER


B.S.A(RODEO)


A fd l Ikef 19S Morcydles,

Iky eks & kmanrm s
NOW AT


NASSAU IYIIY E CO.
EAST BAY ST.
m-xt to Svmanetta Shinvard puInNl Na


II.


SENATOR TELLS NEWSMAN


- EODERNISTIC
^^^^GARDNS~f


AHnTS


m mUCYCLS


I


I











m


Wednesday, May 9, 1973.


whti arlhmtttt


*************B
_^^^BIsl^|fflx^H
f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^E^B^^^^^^^^u




^^^^^^^^^^m


^^fl^^U^^^^^^gu^^H^B
^^^^^^^H^^HI^^^^^^^^H


AlmultlIm, JAn~lt.A, MlAT 8 t~rl !- I r-, %-


WASHINGTON (AP) The
Libyan government has
expelled American diplomat
Charles E. Marthinsen, state
department officials said
Tuesday.
They said the department
received notification from the
U.S. embassy in Tripoli
Tuesday but rumours of the
expulsion had reached here
unofficially Monday.
Officials were reluctant to
disclose immediately the
reasons Marthinsen was
declared persona non grata by
Libyan President Muammer
Khadaffy.
According to unconf'ired
reports Marthinsen tried, pnd
failed, to help his colleague,
John R. Countryman, to return
to the embassy after a live
outside Libya.
When Countryman, an
economic officer with the
embassy, arrived in Tripoli last
week in his third attempt to
return to his post, he was
turned back by Libyan officials
who insisted that his passport
must be in Arabic.
On Countryman's third
attempt Marthinsen went to
the airport to help his
colleague. He was not
successful and Countryman
had to leave again.
State Department officials
said the Libyan note contained
only the usual phrase of
expressing their "highest
regard" and declaring that
Marthinsen was persona non
grata.
The State Department
protested both the expulsion
and the treatment rendered
Countryman which some
officials called unprecedented
in diplomatic history between
two countries with normal
diplomatic relations.
On the third attempt.
Countryman flew to Tripoli
from Paris on a flight which
also carried France's
ambassador to Libya and
another Frenchman.
Hopefully, if the Frenchmen
were permitted to land as
they were the Libyan
authorities would not
discriminate against the
American. However,
Countryman was turned back.







Wednesday, May 9, 1973.


Iht Oirtbunt


b Ut rtbunt
NVUuLL AWCus JUbAIE IN VRBA MAGIT
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E.. K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.
PubIsher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributtng Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Wednesday, May 9, 1973.




Which came first?
rI


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
"WHICH came first, the chicken or the egg?"
This is a question that not even a chicken can answer.
But there are questions that practical common sense men can
answer intelligently while fools go astray
*************
A story in The New York Times by Red Smith about Jackie
Robinson is reprinted on the "Personal Glimpses" page of the
April issue of The Readers Digest.
"Jackie Robinson established the black man's right to play
second base in baseball," the story reads. "After he left baseball
almost everything he did was directed toward establishing the
black man's right to a place in the community.
"When he died, he was head of a construction company
building housing for blacks. A friend, years ago, talking of the
needs of black people, said 'Good schooling comes first'.
'No,' Jackie said. 'Housing is the first thing. Unless he's got
a home he wants to come back to, it doesn't matter what kind of
school he goes to'."

This is true. Of first importance in life is for a man to have a
job to feed his family and provide a home to cover their heads.
Education is an instrument by which a man may secure a
better job and improve his position in society.
But first the job must exist. Education, standing alone does not
necessarily create jobs in a community.
Education will help to raise standards in a community if a
sound economic structure has been erected to provide openings
for men and women trained to meet itsparticular needs
And so, unless a family has private means, their children should
be educated with a definite purpose Education for which there
is not a sound economic foundation and which is not geared
within the framework of a community's economy creates
serious problems. because people who are not educated with a
;definite purpose ... and within the framework of a definite
,economic plan... are like a ship without a rudder.
= 1e-Tlse tshe people who start rebellions because they feel that
'"We fisenying them something to which they have been made to
;.believe they are entitled.
The P.L.P. Government are placing great emphasis on
education. This is important.
They feel that anybody who has a certificate stating that he
-has followed a certain course of training is qualified for the top
;spot in almost any kind of organization. This is wrong.
Only a very small percentage scientists say three percent but
I believe it is more like five percent of the world's population
are ever fitted for the top position in anything because they have
not been endowed by nature with leadership qualities that no
kind of education can supply.

The extraordinary thing about the PLP Government is that,
while they are spending large sums of money on the education of
Bahamian children, they are, at the same time, destroying jobs
that might have provided an opening for even the least endowed
of our people.
*********
It is clear that the Government is already experiencing
problems in finding places for the young people coming out of
school.
It is now being suggested that the retirement age in the Public
Service should be lowered so as to create jobs for more young
people to whom the Government feel obligated.
This is fine. This plan would absorb a handful of young people
while senior men and women will be turned out to pasture at the
height of their experience and productive capacity.
But ... what's going to happen to all the other young people for
whom there is no job?
In many cases there is no job because Government policy has
resulted in the flight of capital from the islands ... has forced
businesses to curtail their activities ... and, in some cases, to close
down entirely, as happened in the case of Bahamas Airways,
when nearly 1,000 Bahamians lost their jobs.

I don't suppose one should expect the economists in the
Government to be seriously concerned about jobs and housing for
our people. They certainly seem to be completely unconcerned
about the collapse of the building industry that has thrown
thousands of skilled men out of work. The collapse of this
industry is the result of the flight of capital from the colony.

The Government have a curious way of feeling that they can
wave a magic wand and cause the impossible to happen.
They say to a business man who applies for permission to bring
in a trained man that he should find a Bahamian when they know
that no Bahamian exists to fill the place. Even the Government
couldn't find a Bahamian for the job of Chief of Staff at the
Princess Margaret Hospital and so they brought in a New
SZealander but anyone else must find a Bahamian!
I suppose they will say to "educated" young people looking
'for a job that they should apply to Bahamas Airways. And when
they are reminded that the Bahamas Airways is no longer here ...
they will probably say that it should be somewhere ... go find it!
"You know something ... the stupidity of these people is
!lyond the reach of human understanding.
But maybe they are not really concerned about such a small
"shang as jobs. Educate the people they say, and when they come
QOut of school the jobs are supposed to spring up out of nowhere
because this is PIP policy.
'; 3Why should they worry?

Before some of these men slipped into cozy jobs on the vote of
:1 racially-aroused people they could not buy a tin pot to put
;pder their beds at night.


TWO CUBAN

CHILDREN

ORDERED

BACK TO CUBA
TWO CUBAN children living
in the Cayman Islands since
September 1970 were ordered
returned to their homeland
after a Cayman court upheld a
decision by the Cuban courts
awarding custody to their
mother following the parents
divorce.
A twin-engine llyushin of
Cubana Airlines arrived April
24 to take the children Martica
and Raulito back to Cuba.
Martica, 6, and Raulito, 5,
are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Fagundo. The
Fagundos were divorced in
Cuba and the court awarded
the two children to the
mother.
However the father fled
Cuba with the two children in
1970 and came to the
Caymans. The mother learned
the children were here and
asked the Cayman court to
return them to her.
The court agreed, but the
fahter appealed the decision.
His appeal was lost last
November, and the plane to
take the children back was
expected ever since.
NO PAPERS
Prior to the appeal the
father had left for Miami. liHe
could not take the children
because he had no papers for
them and they were left in the
care of Mrs. Pet Ebanks,
postmistress of West Bay.
When however the Cuabna
plane arrived the children
could not be found. The crew
were forced to stay overnight.
Eventually a telephone tip led
police to the home of Mrs.
Ebanks, who had earlier denied
having any knowledge of their
whereabouts.
The following morning the
Cubans boarded the plane with
the two laughing youngsters
aboard.
Their mother, it is
understood has since
re-married a high Cuban
official.
The incident has caused
considerable hard feeling
among Caymanians, who
thought the Cayman
government should exchange
the children for the many
Caymanians in Cuba whose
passage is already paid for but
who cannot get out.


The award. in the form of a
plaque, was presented to the
Minister of Tourism, the Hon.
Clement T. Maynard, in a brief
ceremony on Friday at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel. The
occasion was the winding up of
Esquire's 40th annual
convention which opened at
Sonesta Beach Hotel on May 2.
In presenting the award to
the Ministry, the editors and
other executives of Esquire
Magazine, described the
Ministry's effort and
achievement as "the envy of
contemporary travel groups
throughout the world."
Making the actual
presentation was Mr. John
Jonthry, president of Esquire's
publishing division.
"All of us at Lsquire." said
Mr. Jonthry, "are delighted to
be on the island with you. Our
business meetings which have
been held in the mornings were
very productive and our
afternoons and evenings of sun
and fun, most enjoyable. One
of my colleagues, a frequent
visitor to New Providence and
other Bahama Islands has
remarked that the Bahamas is
an outstanding example of
God-made and man-made
facilities that combine for the
ideal vacation area. We heartily
agree."
Mr. Jonthry added that
"visitors are and feel very
welcome in the Bahamas just
as we have been made welcome
from the moment we arrived at
your airport and by the
management and staff of this
splendid hotel."
"At this time, Mr. Minister,"
concluded Mr. Jonthry, "On
behalf of my colleagues, I do
want to wish the Government
and people of the Bahamas,
health, happiness, prosperity
and peace in a new era of
independence, on which you
will soon embark."
CONVENTION
In accepting the award, Mr.
Maynard said that the Bahamas
was thrilled that such a
prestigious group as Esquire
has chosen New Providence as
the site for its 40th annual
convention.
"This year is a special one
for us as we are about to


The first thing they did was to vote themselves fat salaries and
special allowances. They started travelling all over the world and
living in the most expensive hotels at the public's expense. Some
of them have bought fine houses that have been left behind by
expatriates who have been forced out of the colony.
************

A couple of years ago the Ministers were allowed to draw their
entertaining allowances a year in advance, as though this was a
fixed part of their salaries. In a couple of cases allowances were
increased without the authority of the Legislature.
This kind of thing happened in the Bahamas and the
Government was able to get away with it but I don't think it
could have happened in any really responsible country in the
whole wide world.

Since this affair was exposed the Government has been putting
these items in the Estimates.
The Estimates recently introduced into the House provided for
taxes that have shocked our people.
And, believe it or not, one of the first uses to which these new
taxes wifl be put will be to provide for more allowances for the
Ministers.

This item is in the Estimates too.
Mr. Norman Solomon (FNM) pinpointed this fact during fhie
debate on the Budget in the House
"In the Budget," Mr. Solomon pointed out, "we see that the
entertainment allowances of Ministers are going up about $2,000.
In fact, they are voting for themselves more than any old age
pensioner will receive in one hundred and fifty two months!"
And so step up boys and girls and pay your taxes. The
Frankenstein monster most of you created has to be fed in the
manner in which you have encouraged him to become
accustomed.
Some of your children may be hungry ... certainly the old age
pensioners often go hungry ... but that doesn't matter. The
monster has to be fed.
YOUR monster!
Prime Minister Pindling kept on saying that independence
would not cost much.
Now the preliminary figure has come out. To start with it's
.going to cost $673,000 a year. This is just the beginning.
When Mr. Norman Solomon recently expressed concern in the
House about the high cost of independence the Prime Minister
reproved him by saying that independence is a "priceless
commodity" not to be measured in dollars and cents. How in the
hell do you measure it, mister?
Any man who can face the over-taxed Bahamian people today
with this kind of impractical poppycock should be able to tell the
hen which came the first ... the chicken or the egg!
And whatever he says would have to be right because, as you
are expected to accept by now, whatever he says has to be right!
* C *** *
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
There is no sin except stupidity.. -WILDE
** ******
"We brought in an expatriate Chief of Staff because there was
no Bahamian willing and CAPABLE of performing that
function."
The Hon. Loftus Roker, Minister of Health,
in the House of Assembly on Thursday,
April 5, 19 73.


Award of the Year for


CLEMENT T. MAYNARD, Minister of Tourism (left)
receives Esquire's Travel Award of the Year at the
magazine's 40th annual convention at the Sonesta Beach
Hotel. The presentation was made by Mr. John Jonthry
(centre), president of Esquire's printing division. At right is
Mr. S. N. Chib, Bahamas Director of Tourism.


embark on the new way of
life," Mr. Maynard said. "And
like yourselves, we will make
every effort to succeed. We are
very happy that an outstanding
group like you feel that we are
doing a fine job."


FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


Tourism Ministry win Esquire's


'travel award of the year'


ARAWAK AUDITORIUM is located off Davis
Street. Oakes Field. Easy to find. Turn through
Farrington Road by Caterpillar Tractor Company
- then drive along Farrington Road past Carroll's
food store then turn LEFT through Warren
Street ARAWAK SIGN on corner then drive
straight along until you come to ARAWAK
AUDITORIUM. There will also be attendants
posted with flash lights from Caterpillar to the
auditorium to make sure that you can't miss the
auditorium.
SEE YOU THIS THURSDAY NIGHT FOR
THE BEST IN ACTION WRESTLING


MAYTAG HOMELAUNDRY CENTRE


AUTOMATIC WASHERS & DRYERS


PORTABLE WASHERS & DRYERS

WRINGERS WASHERS

DISHWASHERS & FOOD DISPOSALS.

BUY WASHER DEPENDABILITY



TAYLOR INDUSTRIES LTD.
P. O. BOX N4806 TEL. 28941-5
-- I I I-- ^----- ^ -- -- ^ ^ --


THE NWMMOAKS FED


ARfAK


AUDITORIUM



WRESTLING



ACTION PACKED CARD THIS
THURSDAY NIGHT MAY 10th
GATES OPEN AT 7:00 p.m.
BIG SHOW TIME 8:30 p.m.
GENERAL ADMISSION $3
RINGSIDE SEATS $4


do#e/



WE'VE ERICIED

HATCHET BAY RECOMBINED MILK

WITH


VITAMIN D!

HERE ARE THE HEALTH VALUES
VITAMIN D MILK GIVES YOUR
FAMILY:

MINERALS....
SO ESSENTIAL FOR STRONG
BONES AND GOOD TEETH


VITAMINS....
SO IMPORTANT FOR GROWTH,
HEALTH AND VIGOR



PROTEINS. ..
SO NECESSARY FOR BUILDING
STRONG MUSCLES


LOOK FOR OUR QUALITY CONTROLLED VITAMIN D MILK

IN OUR EASY TO SPOT TWO-COLOUR CARTONS....
HATCHET BAY GREEN & ELEUTHERA RED

Remember to shop


H atchlet Bay- The Bahamian Way


3


~1
C


*


I


J


.!


I


THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM has received Esquire Magazine's Travel
"its outstanding effort put forward to promote tourism in the Bahamas."


U









ow r1 NV1


Salad days with

lettuce?--try again!


"Lady Sheaffer", the
sensibly extravagant gift
just for her.
From the craftsmen dedicated
to creating the world's finest
writing instruments, the
"White Dot" collection and
"Lady Sheaffer" gifts in shim-
mering golden-glaze jwery
finish. Rich black antiquing
highlights the feminine Floren-
tine band. Matching pen, ball-
point and pencil.


NOW IS the time to experin
lettuce. There is lots of it at th
The sad fact of lettuce is that r
salad ingredient. Because of th
untapped. Here are a few recip
of lettuce.
Wash and dry two heads of
lettuce. Cut each head into
three pieces and blanch in
boiling water for a minute.
Drain. Chop three green onions
and a carrot. Combine with
half a cup chopped ham, some
basil and thyme. Place the
moisture in a baking dish and
put the lettuce sections on top.
Top each section with a slice of
bacon. Add two cups
consomme and bake at 300 for
half an hour. Baste
occasionally with the
consomme.
To braise lettuce, wash the
head well and tie with string so
that it will keep in shape. Soak
in cold salted water for 20
minutes. Drain and place in an
oven-proof pot. Sprinkle with
salt, pepper and lemon juice.
.5MOM"


and lettuce dish. Wash three
heads of lettuce and steam for
five minutes. Drain and chop
finely. Puree in a blende- or
force through a sieve. Add salt
and pepper and a quarter cup
of butter to four cups mashed
potatoes. Add the lettuce and
four egg yolks, one at a time
Beat well after each addition.
Add four stiffly beaten egg
whites and turn the mixture
into a well-buttered souffle
dish. Bake at 375 for half an
hour or until it is puffed and
the top is browned.


And finally, here are two
cold lettuce specials.
Peel, seed and finely chop
three tomatoes. Combine the
tomatoes with eight ounces
cream cheese, a cup of cottage
cheese, two minced garlic
cloves and salt and pepper to
taste. Wash and dry a head of
lettuce and spread the leaves
gently apart. Place some of the
cheese mixture between the
leaves and press the head back
into a compact ball. Chill.
Lettuce leaves are enhanced
by this dressing. Combine six


finely chopped green onions, a
teaspoon Dijon mustard, half a
cup salad oil, three tablespoons
tarragon vinegar, salt and
pepper to taste. Let stand at
room temperature for an hour
and pour over washed and
dried lettuce leaves.


..td


ment with that old salad standby
e Potter's Cay Produce Exchange.
nost people think of it merely as a
is, its latent talents often remain
es which bring out the other side
Add hot beef broth to cover.
Cover with buttered wax paper
and the pot lid. Bake at 375
for 45 minutes. Remove the
strings before serving.
Lettuce can be braised with
leeks or onions. Wash and dry
the lettuce. Slice the leeks or
onions thinly, slice two carrots
and place in a heavy skillet
with three strips of bacon.
Place the lettuce on top and
top with more bacon rashers.
Add chicken stock just to
cover and bring to the boil.
Reduce heat and simmer
covered for half an hour. Drain
the cooked lettuce on paper
towels. (Keep the cooking
liquid for another use.) Reheat
the lettuce in butter in a
skillet. Season with salt and
pepper and a little meat glaze.
Arrange on a serving dish and
pour on melted butter.
Wash and dry several small.
heads of lettuce. Steam them
over hot water for five
minutes. Drain. Cut the
lettuces in half and place on a
serving dish. Spoon some
hollandaise sauce over each.
For cream of lettuce soup,
wash and dry two heads of
lettuce. Separate the leaves.
Saute six green onions chopped
in butter until transparent.
Add a minced garlic clove, a
tablespoon chopped parsley, a
teaspoon salt, some black
pepper, the lettuce leaves and
two cups water. Cover and
simmer for half an hour. Puree
in a blender or force through a
fine sieve. Add four cups
chicken broth. Bring to the
boil. Reduce heat and stir in
half a cup of hot heavy cream
beaten with two egg yolks.
Here is a handsome potato
SHIPPING
ARRIVED TODAY:
Dalmatia from Georgetown,
Guyana;
SAILED TODAY:
Rotterdam, Olympia, Oceanic
for New York; Emerald Seas
for Miami.
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Sarah PliTahath fvnm Trinidlat


450 Beer Is Back!












in 7-ounce bottle


Buy it by the bottle at 4 5


or by the case at 8*8


DURN


MARINE ENGINES

P. 0. BOX 6275 -TELEPHONE 2-8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.


NOTICE

PULK

AUCTION

C. W. Sands will sell at
public auction for G. R.
Sweetings at 10 A.M. on
Saturday May 12th. at the
parking lot immediately
west of Dupuch &
Turnquest Building Shirley
Street a quantity of clothing
items Including:-


I


I


Wdda, 9, i1973.


Wh Gribune












11w lrttnmt


DEAR ABBY: My problem is my husband's spelling.
It's horrid. I swear I don't know how he ever got out of


SCHOOL FAIR
THE annual fair committee
of the William Gordon Primary
School will hold a fair on the
school grounds at Wulff Road
and Collins Avenue on Friday
at 3 p.m.
Mrs. Anthony Roberts, wife
of the representative of the
Centreville constituency, will
officially open the fair at 5
p.m.
Usual attractions will
include, hoop-la, home


Help! My husband nee
high school.
He is Just be bimtng ds erert as a olieeman, and his
poor spellinHg ha already started glyl U him trouble. He
has to make out reports a writing and when be writes,
"suspshun" and recitingg" on a report, it raises a lot
of eyQVows.
Be talks well, but his spelling i outrageous. I told him
to carry a small dictionary aNd te look up any words he
isn't sure of. He says: "You have to know how to spell a
word before you can find it in the dictionary so what's the
use?"


Abby, do you know what an adult can learn how to
spell from scratch? Even if tK took a yeaur it would be
miracle enough for us. Thank you. WORRIED WIFE
DEAR WIFE: Call yeo beard of edecats and ash
them what IS available i their adult eduaatles department.
Evenlag classes. er speeal tmerag emel be the answer,
bat firs yeor husband sMld take ame tests to determine
the kied of special hbep he needs.
DEAR ABBY: You've made rerefe sp to May-Decem-
ber marriages, but you have never given any advice *with
regard to them. You should, and it should be one word.
DONIT!
I have witnessed four, Including my own, and all of
them have been very unsatiaactory. Especially for the
younger Dartner. Ober iuAnds make ucr fait .. itn.


hds spelling lessons
dren make them nervous, and they are too tired to go
anywhere with their young wives, and all too soon they are
inadequate lovers.
A young woman is flattered to be pursued by a dash-
ing, sophisticated "older" swain. But after they are mar-
ried, he becomes a dull old man. When she is 22 and he is
36, the age difference doesn't show much, but when she is
35 and he is 49, things start to go downhill for her.
I wish someone would have wised me up. Until a wom-
an has lived in such a marriage, she has no idea how many
problems arise. SHORT-CHANGED IN KANSAS
DEAR SHORT: I rarely give advice with regard to
marriages and age because one's conditoes is far mere
important than his age. Some men of 65 are Ina much better
shape than some men of as. While youth is prized. It's me
assurance of vim, vigor, and virility.
DEAR ABBY: Today when so many marriages ar
going sour, may I tell you about one which was sweet for
almost 63 years?
I married a wonderful girl in April, 1910. She was 6
years my senior. We had five children who bore us 27
grandchildren. They in turn bore us 10 great-grandchildren
-a4 doing well.
My beloved died last December. I have her engagement
and wedding rings and don't know what to do with them.


Would it be prudent to them: give the mEy to
the o Ti? Yoew rny wodd be ppreid.
A RADER: 1 1P ., AlEZ.
DEAR READER: SoeI toYew y Nr famy may plae a
igh seNtmetal vtale the rhgs yWr betoved were ar
s maay years. De't sell thcu before sltt year fam-
aknw yee want to ispe t m. If mre G me w M
them, let them draw bet. And t of t ask.


FN I ll sBY...
GIVE HER A WIG or
WATCH, or one of the
many other wonderful
Gift Items found at...


STAR PLAZA MACKEY STREET PHONE 59926
Mrs. Thelma McWeeney will demonstrate Max Factor
products at our store on Friday, 11 May from 12 to 2
p.m.


U


Wednesday, May 9,1973.


m13PVzTON

Hvoif I merl e


I 130ttonticl7d nou--ilb-F. I


LDAIRY


Ibt aditbw






Eht Erlinmt Wednesday, May 9. 1973.


EG. SOUP


U.S. CHOICE


SPECIALS FOR WEEKEND MAY 10 T3
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
m m nme m mm mm mm m mm


UDLIUI UfIPU 0
U.S. CHOICE


CHUCK RUST


U.S. CHOICE
SHOULDER ROAST
SMOKED PICNIC
ENGLISH
PORK SAUSAGES
ENGLISH
BEEF SAUSAGES


ENGLISH
PORK SAUSAGE MEAT
HATCHET BAY
WHOLE BROILERS


AMERICAN
PORK CHOPS
NEW ZEALAND
,. LAMB SHOULDER
9 BOLOGNA SAUSAGE


FOR YOUR CONVIENCE, OUR STORE HOURS ARE:
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 8:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. 9:00 P.M., SUNDAY 7:00 10:00 A.M.
mm-mmmm,- --mm mm mm m mm mmmm -mim m- mm mm mmu


$


LB. 23


09


LB. $1.39
LB. 790
LB. 790
LB. 890


LB. 790
LB. 890


PER LB. $1.19


-AIRY.-


PER.LB. 9t HATCHET BAY EGGS
PER LB. 6
~LRO.-790


PAPER
TOWELS
BIG ROLLS


4


PAMPERS
OVERNIGHT


$1.39


KELLOGGS


RN FLAKES
8-OZ.

.3;
3 7N


SCOTT'S 9
WALDORF
TISSUES ,

/99


LIBBY'S
GARDEN PEAS
, WESSON OIL
GAINE MEAL
DOG FOOD
PLANTERS
COCKTAIL PEANUT
PURITY FLOUR
CAMPBELL
, PORK & BEANS
PINESOL


SCOTTS 140CT.
VIVA NAPKIN!
EATWELL TUNA
DOLE
FRUITCOCKTAIL


HARPIC
PREFERITA
CORNED BEEF
AJAX CLEANSER
GREEN GIANT
CORN ON COB
MOTTS
APPLE JUICE
LIBBY'S
CUT BEETS
L KOO L PO PS
TIDE DETERGENT


303
38-oz.
5-lb.
ITS


2


13-oz.
5-lb.


?/884
$1.39
$1.19 I
794
654


BUTTER


% LB.


3/990


-kFROZE FOODS


B.E.
CAULIFLOWER
B.E.


10-oz. 554


BRUSSELS SPROUTS ooz 594
1e.oz. 3/874 I B.E.BABY
28oz. $1.49 BROCCOLI SPEARS o-oz. 534

i 2/$ 1.i00
.W.. 2/999 ICARmOTS 3/874
GRAPEFRUIT LRG. 3/87
303 2/994 RED FIRM
NO.6 2/794 _TOMATOES LB. 19t
12.oz. 79 ZEST SOAP BATHSIZE 3/99.
,..o. 3/87 4 TOOTHPASTE LRG. 794
MAXWELL
65 INSTANT COFFEE 6-. $1.69
PALMOLIVE LIQ. DET. Sz $1.19 I
32.oz. 69 CRACKER JACK oon, 7/894 I


303
8-oz.


3/994
49e


GIANT SIZE


POTATO CHIPS
KAM


PAMPERS
DAYTIME
30'S
. $2.491


" DR. BALLARDS$
DOG FOOD
BEEF. LIVER CHICKEN
15.OZ.
h 5/99{ j


TWIN PACK 794 !


994 LUNCHEON MEAT 2/994
WITH CHEESE & BACON 12-o0.


m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m mm m mmmmmmmmmm mm mm mm


Cola
16-ez


8PK.BUY ONE GET ONE
FREE!
PLUS DEPOSIT


p..


I


t ilE Edilggy


Wednesday, May 9, 1973.


I GROERY PECI


/m


4mL


*tt






Sht


II


Ill


|tNGEDRg MPL LUKMMK.
IRit me-
InMKS



now


FLOU RIFLOOU
FLOUR FLOUR
MO -LB*3 W


IAMS. CUT.OP
ROUND STEAK ... 1.79
lU.S. CM ME PTEIISEE
T BONE STEAK .... 1.99.


Sll1
Altk I


II


IU.S. CHOICE SIRLOIN
TIP ROAST .............. 1.89
W.D.
FRANKS ......... ..... .99


U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN STEAKS



189


BEEF
BURGERS 2L. PKG 2.19
W.D.
BOLOGNA ...................... 99
W.O. HICKORY SWEET
BACON ..................... 109


BLKE AMW
DETERGENT


Pg L q


EXETER
CORNED BEEF

12-oZ. 79
L"^


PALMOUVE
KING SIZE LiIi
DETERGENT


WESSON OIL


IUN


FOR


UANTIe
SUAR
SSUGAR

i79^
BAG
LIELN


ws


RIOELANI
RICE


'9"


TURKEY |


* KEELMEX
FAMILY WITE ANIm
NAPKINS


59.


4-L4. DG
APPLES 1.39
TEMPLE
ORANGES 9 FR.99
5-LB BAG
ORANGES 1.59
3-LB. AG
ONIONS .59


BUTTER
nil- .


QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

12 OZ. WINN DIXIE
PIMENTO CHEESE .99
QUARTS KRAFT
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .69


SWANSON
NIKENI AN TURKEY
TV DINNERS


1 1-OZ.
PIR.^


3%I.IMRPEAS
SARDINES ..................6 .99
1. Z. cMAl NI


32-OZ.L
BOTTLE


--- STOKELY'S
FRUIT COCKTAIL


CANS


WI


SAWYERSU
PIGEON PEAS


~- ~,0~~


PRICES GOOD THURSDAY MAY 10,
THRU SATURDAY MAY 12,1973.


1001 GREEN GIANT
PEAS 2on.R98
10 oo BIRDS EYE MIXED
VEGETABLES 2 Fo.69
26 Z01 MRS SMITS APPLE DUTCH APPLE OR PUMP
CRUST
FRUIT PIES .........................89


SO S ................. FOR.99
11. .JACKs COCONUT oELIT. PECAN. CHOCOLATE
CHIP ll OATMEAL


14 1 O WHITE GOLD EVAPORATED
MILK 4 or.88
12 0Z. CAN STOKELY VAX PACK WHOLE KERNEL
NORNM 3 I.n


.3
20-Z2.
LOANS


PARSONS SIST
AMMONIA

2i00R
uMs-X


rs~
&


CARROTS


5
r."
SM


4
U-aT.
PU'S.


*0 I


I]


OUR DAIRV


IFROM TOURANEIU


i WiLl


I





0,


34L&to)


I


I







Wednesday,


llW THE
V B BAHAMIAN
SUPERMARKETS.
If it's value you really want,
you really want Super Value I


EAST ST. 2-1133/4
NASSAU ST. 3-486 i/2
MACKEY ST. 2-2491-4
BLUE HILL 3-5402


Ope=n, vr und ay
7a~m.toI1. 00a-M


SPECIALS
ENDING
THROUGH
1973.


FOR THE
MAY
MAY


WEEK
10TH.,
13TH.,


U.S. CHOICE

CHUCK 99

ROAST lb. 99


J inFRESH WHOLE
FRYERS Ib. 79


JAW-ATMA m


CHUCK STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
RIB ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
RIB STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
DELMONICO STEAK


PerIb. $1.25
Per lb. $1.89
Perlb. $1.89
Per lb. $2.39


BLUE EARTHENWARE
UP& SAUCER
DINNER PLATES
SALAD PLATES
SOUP DISH


PUNCH

)ETERGEN
20-OZ


3/99C
Ca..um ^lAA


I -DIRY DEIGT


I RAFT SLICED AMERICAN
CHEESE SINGLES 8
KRAFTPARKAY
MARGARINE -MAXI CUPS


KRAFT SLICED
LUNCHEON CHEESE


FI FAMILY FARE
ORANGE JUICE


oz.


690


IIb. 590


10 oz. 99


%Gals. $1.39


-FRO EN ODTE ATS


SARA LEE
CAKES CHOCOLATE/BANANA
CAKES& ORANGE 13 oz.
GREEN GIANT
GREEN PEASIN BUTTER
GREEN SAUCE 10oz.


GREEN GIANT
BROCCOLI


MINUTE MAID
ORANGE JUICE


$1.09

2/990


SPE ARSD I' BUTTER 63
OErSLf SAUCE lOoz.J3


12 oz.


850


-FRM Ue ROER SHLVS


MR. BUBBLE POWDER


12 oz.


NsRTHERN PAPER TOWELS
AURORA
BATHROOM TISSUE ASST. 2 Rol
TETLEY ICE TEA MIX
LOG CABIN SYRUP 24 oz
CARNATION INSTANT
BREAKFAST VARIETY 6's
HUNTS STEWED TOMATOES 14%4
SUNMAID GOLDEN
SEEDLESS RAISINS 1isoz
PETER PAN
PEANUT BUTTER 18 oz.
SMOOTH/CRUNCHY.
NIAGARA SPRAY STARCH 22 o


.59


NABISCO VANILLA WAFERS 12 oz.


2Roll .65 BRIGHT SIDE SHAMPOO 6 oz.
LIBBY'S
l 2/.99 TOMATO CATCHUP 26 oz.
4/49 LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT 3% oz.
.99 LEIBY'S NECTARS
PEACH/APRICOT/& PEAR 5% oz.
.99 PARSONS SUDSY AMMONIA 28 oz.
oz. 2/.79 KLEENEX FAMILY NAPKINS 60's
Save .19c TRICAD LARGE LMA BEANS 1 lb.
.85 LIBBY'S PEAS & CARROTS 16 oz.


1.09


z.


.89


EATWELL GRATED TUNA 7 oz.
WAGNER FRUIT PUNCH 32 oz.


.59
1.19


.85
4/89
U699
2/79
4/89
2/.99
2/79
2/89
Save.33c


)AINES GRAVY TRAI

DOG MEAL
5.Ib. Bag


FOUR ROSES


LIBBY'S

PAGHETTI


VAP


MILK


S14Y2-OZ Cans


4/99(


15'/2-OZ
Cons


SETS
10"
7W'


.89
1.35
.49
.69


WESSON OIL
38-OZ Bottle


*F~ffB~fffl~fllff
Ousof i^^f II`ighf-Res^^HHHvedm


ft 193.


"t .-= 4.- :" '. 4 '








, May 9,1973.


(ht Mrtbunt


'tii


MciMne washable in
light-weight silky
polyester knit In a
glorious selection of
colorful designs.


'i Not so ol', and not so
beautiful is the production
team responsible for the
Society's latest effort. For the
first time in years Ken
Drummond and Owen Leary
will not be producing and
musically directing.
They have stepped down to
take a well earned rest and to
make way for 'new blood' in
the form of Charles Sindall as
producer and George Annan as
musical director.
It was impossible to fit a
Russian Cossack dance or a
Red Indian war dance into the
story of The Merry Widow so
Charles, got the huff and said if
he couldn't dance -- he'd
produce. He's doing it too! The
Society just hopes he doesn't
forget his new exalted position
and take a leap right into the
midst of the Can-Can dancers
on the opening night.
We often hear that a
Scotsman watches his pennies.
The Operatic Society has a
Scotsman who watches his
music! George Annan or 'Jock'
as he is affectionately known,

BISHOP TO

CONFIRM
TIll SACRAMENT of
Confirmation will be conferred
at Mary Star of the Sea
Church, Freeport, at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 10, by His
( U Ll Lordship the Most Rev. Paul
1Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B., D.D.,
LL.D,, Bishop of Nassau. 4.
'During the same week, the
Lord Bishop will also confirm
at the other Catholic
(Above) Gently churches on Grand Bahama: at
short sleeved front West End, Sea Grape, Hunter,
fastening jacket and and High Rock.
tie at back. Navy A class of 40 children and
ground with multi- nine adults will be confirmed
coloured print at Mary Star.
design. The children to be
confirmed are William
Woerner, Michael Versele,
Joseph Clyde, Derek Cheong,
William Quinn, Christopher
Lipski, Joseph Darville, Jon
McKinney, Raymond John,
Dennis Donaldson, Warren
Donaldson, Jamie Sitek. Karen
H;mmacott, Christine
Notomarco, Carolyn Williams,
Michelle Bereaux, Nancy
P lLarson, Michelle Low, Shawn
Knowles, Adriane Dare, Nancy
MacMann, Janine Antoni,
Grace Sheppard, Sylvia
LaVergne Carol McGillion,
Diane Darville, Patricia Larson,
Karen Mulholland, Andrea
Iliggs, Gia Armbrister, Dolly
Sitek, Gena Wallace, Monique
Bakutis, Margaret Larson,
Michelle MacMann, Yvonne
Zonicle, Sharon John, Valerie


brings to the musical direction
of this show, his own Scottish
brand of perfection, patience
and enthusiasm, and wields his
baton magically and
majestically over an orchestra
and chorus of more than 60
people.
Jock, already recognized for
his marvellous work with
school bands in Nassau adds
yet another medal to his wee
baton as he conducts the lilting
melodies of The Merry Widow.
And so, although the show is
old, the team is new. There are
lots of new faces in the chorus
as well, so the production will
really have the timeless beauty
of Franz Lehar's music, and
capture for a short while the
magic of bygone days when the
Viennese Waltz was the darling
of the musical world.
The Nassau Amateur
Operatic Society will present
The Merry Widow at The
Dundas Civic Centre May 26 to
June 2 and tickets will be
available at The Perfume Bar,
nBa.mont Ho use from Mau 1


GARDEN CLUBS

COMBINE TO

AlD SANDILANDS
REPRESENTATIVES of
the four Garden Clubs of
Nassau last week officially
opened a new garden-play-
ground on the grounds of the
Sandilands Rehabilitation
Hospital, Fox Hill.
The playground, provided
for the children through the
combined efforts of Carver,
International, Nassau and
Y.W.C.A. Garden Clubs,
features a paddling pool, sand
boxes, swings and an enclosed
area for the more active
children. The playground also
will be used for those
children recommended for
play therapy and special play
classes.
Inset at top shows
members of the clubs
involved. From left are Mrs.
Grace Isaacs, one of the
children, Mrs. Leon Whitman,
Mrs. Carleton Maury, Mrs.
Macushia Hazelwood, Mrs.
Virginia Gibson and Mrs.
Janet Brown.


seI g JON VOIGHT BURT REYNOLDS
PANAVISION* TECHNICOLOR*
Fr WmWtw Bros AN D
"DOC" :00o & 1 1:4S
No one under 17 admitted.


PRODUCER AND DIRECTOR Charles SIndall (left) is
the producer and George Annan, the musical director of the
Nassau Amateur Operatic Society's production of the
Merry Widow at the Dundas Civic Centre from May 26 to
June 2.

Old show, new team
By PLAYGOER
AS MANY people are aware, the Nassau Amateur Operatic
Society's next production is one of the timeless gems of the
musical stage. The Merry Widow has been delighting audiences for
years and is in fact still doing so in London where it is enjoying a
most successful revival, considering the changes the musical world
has seen in the last few years. It is old, nostalgic, tuneful and
beautif-il.


That s Out Island Airways way of expressing its confidence in the future
growth of the Bahamas. Providing the truly Bahamian service expected
of an independent nation. Beautiful Bahamian stewardesses to serve you
.. complimentary rum punches to entice you . and million mile
captains to fly you.

You ll be flying the BAC-1 1 1, the world's most reliable short haul aircraft.
With wider aisles and fewer seats so you can stretch out in comfort.
Aboard the Bahamas' own airline.

And to introduce you to Out Island Airways super-jet Nassau/Freeport
service, OIA offers a special low-cost, round-trip one-day fore lust $33.


(Above) Circular cut
skirt topped off by a-
short sleeved wrap-
around blouse tied at
back In purple, green
and black floral
print.


Available in
sizes 7-14
THE HOUSE
THAT FASHION
BUILT
NASSAU AND


Callegori.
The adults are Margo
Antoni, Maedon Roberts,
Eloise Brown, Jacqueline
Parati. Carmita Davidson,
Herman Harvey, Ronnie
Roberts, Stanley Low, and Lee
Main.
TOASTMASTERS HIGH
SCHOOL PUBLIC
SPEAKING CONTEST
THE :iRST Bahamas
Branch of Toastmasters
International will hold its fifth
annual high school public
speaking contest during the
month of May. An invitation
has been extended to all senior
and junior high schools in New
Providence to select two
students to represent them.
Eliminations to choose the
finalists will be held every
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Britannia Beach Hotel on
Paradise Island from May 10 to
May 31. Speakers are free to
choose their own subjects for a
five to seven minute talk.
The first round of speakers
for May 10 are: Greta Brown,
Prince William High: Herbert
Swaby, Government High;
John Ambrister. R. M. Bailey
Sr. High; Coralee Ferguson,
Aquinas College: Keith
Wisdom. Queens College:
Sharon Whymms, C. I. Gibson
Jr. High; MaryAnn Clare, D. W.
Davis Jr. High and Rosemary
Moxey, C. H. Reeves Jr. High.


Just 20 minutes and a


complimentary rum punch



separate Nassau and


Fre e p o rt. Out Island Airways now offers 20-minute super-let service
between Nassau and Freeport. On a schedule designed lust for
Bahamians.


[ SAVOIBBiB


CAP.I 13lB


heO
I ^^









Crtb"tt


Wednedsy, May 9, 1973.


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from a.m to 5p ontoFri. Sat. Oa.m. to.m.
, _ ... ,.. -.


LM,!UTTE MAL ESTATE FORRENT FUSALEI LOST I N iLPENTE IT TRAM SERVICE TADSi-. aIs
C9755 IC9680 C9742 C9706 . ... ... ... I, - "". .


4-BEDROOM, 1 bathroom,
house Podoleo Street off
Robinson Road. Contact Mr.
Hlnfield after 5 p.m. Phone
55178.
C9682
BY OWNER
House in Highland park, 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, utility room
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90C( 150 Nice
home In nice area. To view,
telephone 2-1722-3.

C7381
OWNER LEAVING Island,
must sell 3 bedroom/2 bath
home, furnished, landscaped,
fenced in. $24,500 or best
offer, financing available call
Freeport 373-4790 after 7:00
p.m. or write Box F-1 727.

C9717
YAMAC RAW BEACH
ESTATES
All lot owners have beach
rights. Only $75 down. From
$80 month. Priced from
$5,800. 70 x 100. All utilities
soon completed. Lakefront lots
from $7,500. $100 deposit.
Tel: 2-3027 or 2-4148
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE.
C9681
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots 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.
C9744
NEW SUSSEX COTTAGE
STYLE TOWN HOUSE in
pretty Downland Village near
Pulborough (Victoria 70 mins).
Lounge/dining room,
beautifully fitted kitchen,
downstairs cloackroom, 2 large
bedrooms, bathroom and
toilet. Full oil fired Central
Heating, delightful small
landscaped garden. Fitted wall
to wall best quality Wilton
carpet throughout, French
nylon curtains to all windows.
Immaculate, and ready to walk
into. Freehold (Sixteen
thousand, five hundred
pounds). P. 0. Box 7517,
Nassau.
C9782
Choice lots in a new
Subdivision underground
utilities beach rights $75.00
down and as low as $80.00 a
month with no interest.

Choice residential lot 60 x 110
ft. Bargain price $3200.00

Apartments and Duplex lots in
Colony Village east, Golden
Gate, eSl-Air, Tropical
Gardens, Soldier : Rd. and
other good areas with easy
finance available.
A large church lot at a good
cash price or terms if required.

Residential lots at low prices in
Seabreeze Estate, Emerald
Ridge, Donnottage South
Beach Estate, Bamboo Town,
Golden Gate, Bel-Air,
Sunshine Park, Seven Hills,
Tropical Gardens and others.
For Information on any of the-
above or to list your property
for quick sale call Bill's Real
Estate at 23921
C9702
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living
droom, den, famtlly room,
kitchen, dining room, office,
laundry, double carport, wall
to wall carpet, alrconditioned.
Yard nicely landscaped. See by
appointment only. Blair
Estates.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living,
dining, and breakfast rooms,
kitchen, den, wall to wall
carpet, laundry, aircondltloned
off Village Road.



BEDROOM, 2 bath, living,


and dining rooms, kitchen,
airconditloned. Nassau East.


4 .UNIT APARTMENTS. each
a two -beroms, living and.
Wining- rooma, kitchen, one
bftat. Nicely furnished. Annual
income $12,000.00. Selling for
low, low price.

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
for sale. Yearly income
$10,000. Has three years' lease.

T li*t High Vista: OW Nii quiet




mlt


BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
opportunity. To view.
Telephone 2-1722-3.

WITS TO RENT
C9713
FURNISHED 1 or 2 bedroom,
1 bath apartment good
location must have good
washing area. Monthly rental:
$150 to $170. Phone 2-1986
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mrs.
Roberts.
C9775 BANK EXECUTIVE
seeking 4 bedroom house
preferably unfurnished but
furnished considered must
have swimming pool one to
two year lease. Please
telephone Personnel Manager,
BOLAM 28711 ext. 38.

FOR RENT
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C9727
LARGE STORE off East
Street with lovely display
windows. Suitable for any type
business. Call 3-4128.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9708
STORE SIZE 24' x 24'. East
Shirley Street. Phone 5-8196.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
';Efficiency Apartment,- atd 'isc
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C9683
2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. I bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment -
Centreville near Z.N.S. Ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C9696
ONE SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bath house. Large yard and
patio. Seabreeze East.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Phone 42981 from 8 a.m. 5
p.m.
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 Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C9642
PROSPECT. RIDGE
Fully furnished garage
apartments In large private
grounds with use of swimming
pool comprising large
bed/sitting room, separate
kitchen and bathroom, private
patio. Rent: B$250 per month
including utilities. Available
May 1st. Call 77737 to view.
C9758
UNFURNISHED house off
Shirley Street .2 bedrooms, 1
bath, kitchen, living and dining
room $30.00 a week. Tenant
would pay for electricity and
water. Phone 54811.
C9773 1 LARGE SHOP on
Soldier Road.
2 2-bedroom unfurnished


apartments on Soldier Road.
1 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartment on Wulff Road.
Phone 42981. -


AVAILABLE Immediately
unusually secluded spacious
furnldhed hilltop residence
rloohltng western Nassau.
wo bedrooms and sleeping
porch, two baths, maid's room,
chUdren's swimming pool,
private fresh water well, acre
grounds, television, breezy
stOft arehiltectire, both gas
41at~H it WlvectrIc cooking,
a ort, beaches,
-" 8tlqln' l.800 month until
* Juy fmJ Ofly. Includes linens
and4. UihaL, PRone owner


- .~' ..- U


1, 2, and 3 bedroom
apartments, fully furnished and
equipped, shag carpet
throughout, swimming pool
and beach privileges. $250,
$400 and $500 respectively per
month.
Please contact 2-1841 or 2
(days) and 2-8248 (evenings).
C9736
UNIQUE RENTAL penthouse
apartment, overlooking Nassau
Harbour and Paradise Island. 3
bedroom, study, large lounge,
breakfast room, dining room,
bar and kitchen, working
kitchen with dishwasher, fully
airconditioned, Island ceiling,
fans in lounge, shag carpeting
throughout, 4 bathrooms, plus
maid's bathroom. Available
June 1st. Long term or short
term. Furnished or
unfurnished. Please contact
2-1841 days and 2-8248
evenings.

I FOR SALE RENT
C9777
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
Johnson Road Estates. Phone
42193 58803 ask for Mrs.
Bethell.

CARS FOR SALE
.9631


- at - -

"Ceitral Ortage'
--oDAY'Sc .1J
1971 DODGE AVENGER
DELUXE $1500
1968 FORD STATION-
WAGON -
white automatic$600
1973 BUICK REGAL
demonstrator $7000
1970 TOYOTA -
green, good mileage $850
1969 FIAT COUPE 124-
white, low mileage $1200
1970 TRIUMPH
blue, stick shift $850
1971 PONTIAC
VENTURA II -yellow,
good condition $3000
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU -
very clean $4850
1969 FORD GALAXIES
blue, reconditioned $1000
1971 CHEVY VEGA COUPE
green, automatic $2995
1972 CHEVY VEGA SEDAN -
air conditioned $4200
1968 PONTIAC FI REBI RD -
good condition $1500
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
--like new $2250
1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO
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
Police Barracks
Phone 34711
C9630
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR PRODUCTION
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Radio. Auto. $1600
1969 VICTOR 2000
S/W Auto $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto. Radio Orange$3500
1967 HILLMAN STD.
Green $450
1969 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1969 PONTIAC GTO
A/C Vinyl Green $1600
1965 BLUE DODGE $300
1970 VICTOR STD
Red $875
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4 Dr. Std. Green $1,200
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. A/C Grey $4600
1968 FORD ESCORT
Blue $695
1971. RAMBLER
Auto, Blue $2700
1969 TRIUMPH HERALD
Blue $700
1968 JAVELIN
A/C $1400


1970 FORD MUSTANG
A/C $2000
Trade Ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
C9754
1969 Triumph. --1300. good
condition, new tyres, new
battery $900. Call 42624 or
53752.


FURNITURE, Television,
appliances, tape-recorder, new
wall to wall carpeting, rugs,
paintings, reducing machine
etc. Phone 42043.
C9712
ONE TWIN bed and frame,
excellent condition.
One mahogany china cabinet
62" L x 78"H.
One Walnut end table with
drawer. To view phone 32732.
C9606
BUMPE R-STIC KERS
POSTERS; DECALS;
QUALITY SIGNS in dozens, in
hundreds, in thousands. Truck
signs a specialty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
Street.
C9607
DISCOUNT PRICES
Shop today your dollar buys
more.
Our best sale values.

MOTHERS DAY GIFTS
GRADUATION DAY GIFTS
FATHERS DAY GIFTS
All these and more Sales
Promotion Signs in stock at
Arawak Art, Montrose Avenue
at Arundel Street. Phone.
23709
C9741
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can Se seen
at NIXON'S UPHOLSTERY
Bernard Road telephone
41298.

C9774 1 HEAVY DUTY
FORK LIFT. Phone 42981.
C9764 TWO METAL store
display gondolas 3ft. x 16ft., in
excellent condition. Telephone
2-3214 Daytime.
9771 ROBERTS reel to reel
tape deck 650xD, Scott 386
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditioned/
heater, radio, seatbelts, low
mileage. Good condition.
$2,500.00 O.N.O.
1 lot 100'X150' Blair Estates.
Phone B. Harris 27680, 9:00 -
5:00 Mon. to Fri.
C9769 BUSH RECORD Player
plus 10 records. Tel 2-2861
Ext. 335.

1 ENTERTAINMENT
C9748
THE BAHAMA
DRAMA CIRCLE
PRESENTS
John Hester &
Winston Saunders
in the
BLOOD KNOT
retil :


Full Text by Athol Fugard
Continuing May 11th and 12th
8:30 p.m.
DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE
Tickets 2.50, Box office: THE
ISLAND CAMERA SHOP,
Bank Lane. Phone 22126.

C9751
YES, 6
She's coming
,on
May 26th


C9772 FIAT 500 1970- good
condition, low gas
consumption. $500 O.N.O.
Collett telephone 42026.


C9765 OWNER LEAVING
ISLAND 1967 Austin 1100
38,000 miles, excellent
condition, $550.00 or nearest
offer, CASH ONLY. Telephone
7-8325.


C976 DROUWN MINIATURE
DOG with brown collar, area
of Williams and Shirley
Streets. $100 REWARD.
Phone 7-8139.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C9753
16ft Boat fibreglass. $600.
O.N.O. 31642 after 6 p.m.

C9725
26Ft. Cabin Cruiser .... tip top
condition. Must see!
$6,000.00. Call 4-1298 Day or
night.
C9645
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.



C9760
SENATOR MIZPAH
TERTULLIEN, Sociologist,
available for lectures and
speaking engagements,
behavioral management
science, communication
consultant to professional
organizations and industry.
Agent: F.S.A. Williams.
Phone 52011 or 3-4999.

F SCHOOLS
C9658
CLASSES for Guitar Students
held by Calvert and Sydney.
Located temporarily at
Howard Street East.
Chippingham.
Studies in: Classic, Jazz,
Theory improvisation, Chord
Building, Ear-training, etc. For
information call 3-4853.
36412.

I CARDOFTAMKS
C9768 THE FAMILY of the
late Mr. David Mitchell of
Governors Harbour, Eleuthera
who died April 20th 1973 wish
to thank sincerely the many
kind friends for expressions of
sympathy during their recent
bereavement.

PERSWL

C9759 SEEK IDEAL
PENFRIENDS! MEMBERS
INCLUDE LADIES &
GENTLEMEN. Contact Steven
Club, G.P.O., Box 1084,
Singapore.

I POSITION WANTED
C9233
LADY BELONGER,
experienced Hotel Manager,
Nassau, Bermuda and U.K.,
qualified Accountant, requires
position. Phone 78102
mornings.



C9715
ONE USED trailer suitable for
18 to 20ft. outboard. Call
2-2738 or 3-1664 after 5 p.m.
Bill Claridge.
C9675
WANTED LISTINGS
WHY FRET? WE WELL
List with us for ACTION.
WANT HOUSES WITH
ESTABLISHED MORTGAGES
ALSO.
DAMIANOS REALTY Dial
22033, 22305

HELP WANTED
C9746
GENERAL MANAGER FOR
SHIPYARD
Minimum experience 10 years.
Complete knowledge of
estimating all phases of marine
type construction including
wood, steel, aluminum & fibre
glass. Administrative ability
required.
MACHINE SHOP OPERATOR
Minimum experience 5 years.
Must be responsible for entire
operation with absolute
knowledge of tool & die
making.
SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES
With general knowledge of
repairs on all types of boats.
Only applicants with these
qualifications need apply.
POSITIONS FOR
BAHAMIANS ONLY. Apply
to Mr. B. Ware at Hurricane
Hole Marina, Paradise Island

C9761
JOB DESCRIPTION
SENIOR BOOK-KEEPER TO


TAKE CHARGE OF
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
QUALIFICATIONS: Complete
knowledge of book-keeping.
Experienced in the hotel
business with Travel Agents
and Wholesalers Accounts.
Knowledge of Machine
Accounting is desirable. Salary
by negotiation based on
experience and qualification.
Applicants for the above
position should reply in their
own handwriting, stating
experience, qualifications
together with references and
details of salary presently paid
and salary expected. Apply to:
Mr. William Hawkins P. 0. Box
N7756, Nassau Beach Hotel.


Cy/743
Live-in maid to care for
elderly woman. Phone 5-4079
after 6p.m.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama .
C9762
CHIEF NIGHT AUDITOR
QUALIFICATIONS: At least
three years experience in large
hotel in similar position. Age
30 or over. Accounting
background desirable. Ability
to lead and take charge of
training of subordinate staff
essential. Salary by negotiation
based on experience and
qualification Applicants for
the above position should reply
in their own hand-writing,
stating experience,
qualifications together with
references and details of salary
presently paid and salary
expected Apply to: Mr.
William Hawkins, P. 0. Box
N7756, Nassau Beach Hotel.
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P; O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C9776 LEGAL SECRETARY;
minimum qualifications: 4
G.C.E. 0 levels including
English Language, at least three
years experience, references
required. Applications in own
handwriting to: Adv. C9776, P.
0. Box N-3207, c/o The
Tribune, Nassau.

C9778
JOB DESCRIPTION SHORT
ORDER & BREAKFAST
COOK
Must have at least three (3)
years experience in a major
hotel to prepare and serve a
high quality of Breakfast. Also,
be able to prepare all kinds of
sandwiches and salad usually
served In a First Class Hotel.
Must be able to relieve the
Staff Cook during his absence.
Apply: William M. Hawkins P.
0. Box N7756, Tel. 77711
Nassau Beach Hotel.
C9605
ASSISTANT MANAGERS/
Diving Instructor required for
Current Yacht & Diving Club,
Current, Eleuthera. 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 equipment
compressor, outboard motors,
etc. Will 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. Wife will be expected
to act as assistant manageress
of Club operation, providing
backup in such areas as
housekeeping, dining room,
kitchen and bar supervision,
office work, etc. Typing and
book-keeping experience
helpful but not essential.
Salary open to negotiation.
Food and accommodation will
be provided. Please reply,
stating age, experience,
certificates held and salary


required to: Manager, Current
Yacht & Diving Club, Current,
Eleuthera.

TPE SERVICES

C9632
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS.
PANELS
JOHN S. GEORGE & CO.
LTD.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.


-a i


C9652
TROUBLES small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. 0. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone: 3-5870

C9636

Mioder's Castefo

Brekerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


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

C9635
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.
C9506

ISLAND TV SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
TV antenna Booster
Sales & Service
Phone 22618 P. 0. Box N327
Monday Saturday 8.30 to
5.30.

C9763
CAR BURGLAR ALARM
For Only $9.95
Prevents Tampering in or out
of Car Inexpensive yet
effective Call or Write To
L.A.H. Enterprises Box
N1647, Nassau Phone
24391.


.GRAND BAHAMAi


L CLASSIFIED
tis mm me Ia g m-em mm


REAL ESTATE
C7381
OWNER LEAVING Island,
must sell 3 bedroom/2 bath
home,' furnished, landscaped,
fenced in. $24,500 or best
offer, financing available call
Freeport 373-4790 after 7:00
p.m. or write Box F-1 727.

I HELP WANTED
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:-
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7374
ASSISTANT COMP-
TROLLER: Supervision and
co-ordination over all
Accounting areas, Front Office
Cashiers, Food & Beverage
Cashiers, Night Audit, General
Cashier, Customs, Receiving.
Food & Beverage Audit,
Control of Cash Funds,
Preparation of Financial
Statement. Must be a high
school graduate. Must have
complete knowledge of NCR
3300, 4200, 5100 and 5200.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
CASHIERS: Must be
experienced food and beverage
cashiers on NCR 5200.
FRONT OFFICE CASHIERS:
Must be experienced cashiers
having worked on NCR 4200
machines.
NIGHT AUDITORS: Must be
experienced Night Auditors,
must be familiar with Front
Office Operation and have
complete knowledge of NCR
4200.
(2) POT WASHERS/
PORTERS: Must be willing to
clean all pots and pans in
kitchen and also keep kitchen
clean, remove garbage, etc.
Midnight shift 12:00 p.m. to
8:00 a.m.
For all of the above please
apply to Holiday Inn, P. 0.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. 373-1333, Miss
Stafford.

I WANTED
C7371
STAMPS WANTED
FOR OXFAM!!!
Any amount, large or small,
new or old, on or off paper, in
collections, etc.. Please sent to
A. James, Oxfam Stamps, St.
Paul's School, P. 0. Box F-897,
Freeport, G. B.. All donations
of stamps acknowledged.
Credentials forwarded if
required.


HELP MUNTED
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
,INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7380
APPLICATIONS ARE
INVITED FOR APPOINT-
MENT IN SEPTEMBER, 1973,
FROM SUITABLY
QUALIFIED AND
EXPERIENCED TEACHERS
FOR THE FOLLOWING
POSTS:
KINDERGARTEN
PRIMARY (MUSIC AN
ADVANTAGE)
REMEDIAL
APPLICATION FORMS
OBTAINABLE FROM
HEADMISTRESS, SUNLAND
SCHOOL, P. 0. BOX F-2469,
FREEPORT.-
C9634
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C9647
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountant's
office and must be in
possession of at least
University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certified Accountant.
Applicants should apply in
writing to the Staff Partner,
Price Waterhouse & Co. P.O.
Box F-2415, Freeport,
Bahamas.
C7370
Need one MECHANIC/
TI REMAN with a minimum of
3 years experience in repairing
and changing truck tires, loader
tires, grader tires and other
heavy duty equipment tires.
The applicant must also possess
the ability to work as a
mechanic on trucks.
Interested persons should
contact Mr. Alvin Swan,
Freeport Construction Co.,
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-2410.


The Tribune
CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS FAST

TO PLACE YOUR ADV.


call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,

352 -6608 in Freeport


A


J.










WSdnmday, May 9,1973.


- w...


Mhf lrithtmrn


"I'm always pleased when we get out of there without
Irritating him enough to start throwing things."

Rupert and the Memory Birds-8


Thejoumey is a speedy one, wood," explains Rupert. He
and or* long the ecot bird doesn't like the nest that has
tight on a terrace of the Wise bsen made for him and he
Old Goat's house. Rupert's wants to stay here for the night
earned friend has seen the instead." The Wise Old Goat
arrival and hurries out to hear is taken aback by the news.
the reason for the :ttle bear's But this is a grest honour I "
visit. "Oh. pease the King he cries. "We must make the
of the Birds has come to Nut- place worthy of him."


I ---I MHOUS


I 27e Lcomi P pa I


REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from the m rGWm Rlghter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A wonderful day
Take the best from your past, analyze it and
update for big progress towards your most desired ambition.
Be sure to give some compliment to those you want to see
more.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Good day to contact friends
and cooperate with them on projects or hobbies of mutual
lking. Greater happiness is possible with *he one you love.
Stop being so belligerent
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Look about your home and
decide how to improve it for more harmony, comfort, and
beauty. Plan to entertain more in the future Put across that
idea which can increase your income.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Find the right method now
that can make you more productive and active and bring you
more money and happiness Get together with relatives,
friends and join forces. A good neighbor can be helpful also
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Concentrate on
big sums you can command, instead of worrying about the
small bills you owe. A big business expert can give you
suggestions that are invaluable. Follow them to the letter Buy
a comfortable pair of shoes.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) You can put your best foot
forward now with others and accomplish a good deal through
social activities in pm. Some entertaining can be helpful
Invite only the right people.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Sit in the quiet of your study
and decide how to have more of the good things of hfe, but
keep your ideas to yourself Follow your hunches, which are
accurate now. Avoid acting hastily.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can gad about, see people
with excellent results if you project your special type of
charm. You can handle affairs wisely. Don't let an unfriendly
person interfere with your progress.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Study whatever is puzzling
to you and come up with the correct answers; go to right
sources for data you need. Plan your romantic pastime for the
p.m. early if single, otherwise mate is most cooperative
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Investigate new
interests that are appealing and get out of that dull existence
Make new friends among those whose experience has been
different from yours. Avoid that depressing person
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You know exactly how
to handle many responsibilities today. Make collections; pay
bills. Figure out how to respond to mate better. Come to that
fine understanding you desire. Be happy.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Being with associates so
you can make better arrangements for the future is wise today.
Cement better relations. A good day for reconciliations with
others. Take the initiative and all is fine.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You can be highly efficient at
all that work you have ahead of you and get excellent results
Interest new people and co-workers in some plan you have
that can be most profitable. Avoid one who gossips
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who can make a real
name for self, provided you encourage to think big, to get into
matters of policy with others that can bring real success, and
not to become so involved in small details of a project that big
issues are neglected. Give good religious training and good diet
for best results. Sports should not be stressed.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Bridge Chess
i By LONAD GARDEN

W r fe or
Ca i nse a n Lamtavle e4


A 10 White n two moves.3






North ainst an defence (by D. I.
S 1r 2 UtA ty) Sargna). Exceptionally, I am
4 y giving no Dar times for today's
,e lee t,, e problem. White (Dlaying as usual
Afl lits 4w dunmy up the board, from bottom to
Xlb t ^P ot the page) has a wide
4AJ. _OS tw t variety of ho1i0e, yet the posi-
^, IP 3SKto,~d Wlth tlon is such that some experl-
f i & ped enced solvers will hit on the
5 am&t Not ai gas r key move almost at a glance.


SOLUTION NO. 9655 - -

Chess Solution
I Q-K4, with mate, according
to Black's reply, by 2 Kt-K8. 2
Kt-RS, 2 Q x BP, 2 R-Q6, 2
Mt-Kt4, 2 Kt x QP or 2
Q-KR4.


"Sometimes I wish we were rich, but I think: filet mipnoa
lan't EVERYTHING."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 28. Person
addressed
30. Tableland
1. Medieval 31. Flaccid
money 33. Candlenut tree
4. Backtalk 35. Detect
8. Norse county 36. Clergyman
11. King Arthur's 38. Walk
lance 40. Druggist's
12. Court minutes weights
13. Early car 42. Bag net S
.14. Playwright 46. Maneuver
Burrows 49. Besides
15. Collar bone 50. Protection
17. Base 51. Undertake
19. Dropsy 52. Official curb
20. Part of "to be" 53. Hankering
22. Sultanic 54. Annihilate
decrees 55. Timetable
25. Simpleton abbreviation


DOWN
1. Spoken
2. Covering
3. Afresh
4. Bursa
5. Philippine
timber tree


6. Coliseum
7. Hoarder
8. Porticoes
9. Honey
10. Digit
16. Caliph
18. Russian
"yes"
21. Pronoun
23. Telepathic
faculty
24. Utter
25. Bullfinch
26. Title
27. Small amount
29. Breakfast
dish
32. Persian fairy
34. Silver symbol
37. Particles
of time
39. About
41. Medical fluids
43. Color blue
44. Unite
45. Icelandic
story
46. English
cathedral city
47. Formerly
48. King


fo u ser luue
ma
eto ts town
here1 In

I Y.
I making a



ar 3 word. gdomd
to e

xc Uent. a tsoin torrw.
YESSTnDAY'S SOLUTION.-
Aping awing la gnaw grain
rin nips pain Pen nart.n
pawln# pawn pip9 prawn ain
ra raping rapp.t rawing rina
wain warn warmsi wian win
WllAPPMN( wrinil.


&am
1. 5 ms emmt. (o)
,. fMmme aismwam (e)
LU. eats (8)
,A emaite s s" (
IS. OsmSn. (53


USE

UIhr ribune

CLASSIFIED 2
I-
ADVTS.
i


sbsgetrments.

If s orn. (3)


eown


T(S)
10. t 4ro .
2D1,. ,w



sh re
(8)


mdun qmmlm


I JUDGE PORKER By PAUL NICHOLS
BETSY WHEN YOU LEFT SIx YEARS AGO, T WAS NOW TO HAVE YOU SUDPOLY
|5AN --J I COULDN'T HAVE SAID \..WAIT! RtOU6H FOR AWHILE.' I MISSED YOU! COME BACK INTO /MY LIFE
'VAT I 'C I'VE EMBA RRASSED I KEPT THINKING YOU MIGHT COME -.WELL, IT ISN'T EASY,
'YOU I TH N YOU 5HOL.JLP BACK ANY DA'Y' WHEN YOU BETSY! I'VE GOT TO HAVE
TAKE ,MNE BACK, DIDN'T, I KNEW I HAD TON- SOME TIME TO SORT
,STO \ \ O MAKE THE ADJUSTMENT THINGS OUT!












APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotsk J


m


F-IRIM r-M
OAHOPI L-10 FAILIH
ummv UHIr-llmr2rll.,1
UPP: FIFIFIM
Fj n-- vimirmi-ul unii
rMUL-11-1 Ui--l 1-11:1
ur-I F;jn Millin
pr.-,u
NEU-
f-IrMOU"UH
MONAH FIFI W.Ml I

fill


wo












Paradise Bees show good|


form in volleyball opener,


trounce defending champs&


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
WINSOME DAVIDSON, playing her first season with Paradise Bees
contributed a nine-point service by which the Islanders in the second set
.'. rebounded from a four point deficit and defeated Coco Cola Jets 15-10.
The Bees in the preceding game won 15-9 and in the following game won
*, 15-3 to take the openers as the Bahamas Volleyball Federation's 1973
series opened last night.
Paradise Island Giants In the then took to the bench and Prince
second game behind the setting and Will used this to chip In a few more
bumping of their captain Oswald points but not enough to stop the
Moore and the tspreme spiking of Giants who took three in a row in
Timothy Barrett outclassed the best of five match.
defending Inter-Scblool Champion: Tomorrow at the Donald Davis
Prince Williams Hikh 15-2, 15-3, Gym, Paradise Birds take on
and 15-4. S.A.C.A. Girls, The New Heineken.
Playing without Hattie Moxey Gladiators meet the Police, and
one of their chief all rounders the Pizza Solo pi aL S.A.C.A. Men.
Jets found the Bees as determined
for victory as when they met In the W ill
Knockout championship last season.
The Bees won the k.o. Coached by Prince W i
Oswald Moore, the Bees showed
good form and fitness over the
favoured Jets who fell below
expectation. u .C.
Both sides played up to par in
the opening of the first set and kept ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE SENIOi
the cheering fans at the D onald shoulder another defeat at the hand
Davis Gym on the edge of their out yesterday in a default by which
seats as they levelled off at five all, undefeated record to eight games.
before the Bees found their sting. Prince Wills senior gis however
Bees captain, Barbara Knowles, took the advantage out on the St.
placing accurate bumps and sets John's girts and defeated them 15S-9
while Davidson and Wendy and 15-12 as they continue to hold
ackman continued through with second place with a six and two
piercing spikes, rallied strong to rc e tity
take n 8-6 lead which they never a
e up. As the forward ine an upset against the undefeated C.
strengthened with Margaret Albury C. Sweting Girls.
coming through on the rotation it St. John'. in the first otoff
became even more difficult for the to a good start and with Winsome
Jets to get through her blocking Davidson and Janet Bethel paving
and the Bees increased 11-7 when the way strode to a 4-0 lead. Prince
coach Dr. Norman Gay utilized the Will however turned on the team
first of his two time outs. and behind the playing of Rhoda
SHORT-LIVED Colebrook and Carolyn Minns
: Returning to the court, Jets moved to a six all tie.
captain Florence Rolle got a hustle Noth sides traded three points
together and along with Celestine each and with the score tied at nine
Wilson and Muriel Anderson at the all, Agnes Minens, substituting for
line made a dash for it. This Patty McKay at the line, served
however, was short lived and their Prince Will to victory.
service was good for only two The second set was even more
points. The Bees, back in control keenly contested and neither side
moved 13-9 and coach Gay called was able to pull away by more tlhan
his final time out. two points as they levelled off at 10
The result was a broken service all.
for the Bees who retained It on the A misunderstanding on St.
first ball following one of lbury's John's side saw them crack up
tantalizing soft drinks. This put completely and their key player
Knowles at the line and the Bees Davidson went completely out of
S one tune. She was substituted for two
one up. services ding which p imefSt.
S Refuelled with words of wisdom eces duina which time St.
from coach Gay, who also coaches John's took a 12-10 lead. On her
the Lady National Squad, the Jets return to the court, the problem
broke the Bees service on the first again returned and Yvonne Brown
ball which placed Anderson at the and Muriel Anderson took
line and the Jets In a 3-0 lead. advntage of the situation to push
Davidhn's spike deep Into her Prince Will to a 2-0 win.
S opponent's back court broke the a a ea* **
serve. SWEEPING GIRLS WIN
Two scoreless services later the With only three more games to
Jets were again serving into a play and two wins to secure the
disorganized Paradise Bees while Western Division Championship C.
Yvonne Brown at the line pushed C. Sweating Senior Girls Increased
the Jets ahead 8o0. their winning streak to seven
Fans at this point may have undefted yesterds y when they
changed aide and pulled for the dominated McPherson High 15-0
defending leag ue champions. But, and 15-9 at Mefherson High.
in the midst of it all, Mr. Duncan Deborah Foster ot things
Rapier of Paradise Island Limited started for Swetin High in the
cheered long and hard for his Bees. tr t n e
His valance ben to py off and first set with a five point service.
thepsandrs taled f in EricaJackman and Ginger McKay
which up to that point at least n wtet east heCoa
saved the skunk. They were behind ot together and Sherry Conally
14 at the line made It easy for C.C.d
As the Jets lost their thrust, re iTua ruesl, OaIn Bethel and
Knowl es go her teSm togetherand Gloria Dauavtlle In the second setn
added another four points bringing H teamed up an lead Seand weativng
them 10.6, before a broken service High with a 4-0 lead. However,
put the Jets in control. TermEs McKay besides her good
GOOD SERVING back court playing paced her team
Things failed to go well for the Wito. tor4 lead.P ., veln
contributing g eod ball ns Levarity and Llorralne Simms each
owentrti go dindballounyhhei contributed four points for another
went to the line and brought the victory.
Bees one behind when the jets Sweating High play defending
caileda time out. Senior Girls Champion$
Picking her spots, Davidson Government High Scho, on
served into a weakened back court Thurn Hh s.cho
-,"" .l six more points and the Bees took a T .
S With the score tied at three all in U S BASBA LA
S the third set, Davidson again served
the Jinx for the Bees' 5.3 lead. On OD
the broken service, the pounded ROUND U r
Jets were unable to leave the
runway so Eutaema Smith with her NEW YORK, MAY 9 (AP) -A
tem behind her marched to a 13-3 line drive off the bat of Marty Pres
tea rched to 3-3 struck New York MetA' pitcher Joe
S lead. Matlock in the head and sat the
Although coach Gay utilized all stage for Atlanta's 10-6 National
his time outs, the Bees proved League baseball victory Tuesday.
much too strong as they set the After matlock was carried off the
pace for the remainder of the series, field, Dave Johnson stroked a grand
Giants player/coach Oswald slam homer to give the Braves the
Moore staMrtd thins out In the ballgame. Matlock was conscious as
Moore startedhghe was carried off the field.
second game with a seven-point In other National League action
service. The rookie school boys Cincinnati scored a 7-1 victory ovei
managed to break the veterans Philadelphia, while Montreal bei
service and got one point. Houston 4-3.
Nevertheless. Prince Will kept up Cleveland defeated the Californi.
A I the battle ithour they were AAnges 2-0 in American Leausi
led only one a mtoure teyw play, while Texas beat Milwaumen
e vid Morley together with bombed Minnesota 14-4. Oakland'
di J pheus Forbes nd Lonhmt ame at Bltlmore war rained out
Johnson kept a hot pace. Ths gave In wed eOUlt action, the Chicagi
early 2hm lead befoe thy Cub. defeated San Diego, 3-2, Lo
them n eary-ledbeforehy A a held on to beat PlltabunI
Unable to spike against the Losi 9-7.
Shelght of Barrett, Steve Barnett The big red machine had fumilli
Sand Eddie Smith. Prince Will conductor. al Johnny Bench as
worked on the soft dink technique. Pete Rose led Cincinnati to it
STitl failed to produce effective victory over Phfldelphla. Bendi
egainat the experienced Oiants who drove in fou' rune with hi. Idxli
controlled an 5-i lead. home run and a double, while Roe
n knoehad in the other three Rei
Barrtt ad VicentFounldn ues with a neir ot dnales.


Tonight's Ball ame
FOURTH pleS Ichllts Beer. on
* four pame wiping streak. seek
their fifth conscutgve tonight when
they take on fifth place Paradise
Island In the first ame at 7 at the
Queen Kflxabeth Sports Centre.
Healste Lumer, just out ot hot
water after losing t-I to Bis Q on
Monday face Backs Bees in the
second game at 9:30.
AS umpeltitkin stiffens in the
1913 se teams are now gearing
5owate e JisA 7 adrar lame
thea th nme 1 ihedln h
hMpwat fMt Slase kea ens a a


girls win, but

meeting girls
I BOYS Volleyball Squad, unable to
Is of the defending champions, cooled
h Prince Williams High increased their


l[



a
r
t





I.
fo

i

1

d


'The Montreal Expo snapped
Houston'a nlne-a ma win atraek
when Ken iFaon sedred from
third base on Ho0,umo pitcher Jim
York's throwing error In the ninth
Inning.
Bobby Bond. second home run
of the game, in the fifth inning,
broke a 3-3 three tie and came off
St. Louis starter BIkh Gibson.
(lbson. 1-4. set u major league
record with his 242 consecutive
utarling uaslsinment.
dU lla hyDo Ken Rudolph and
iue 1Ppitone ,e the Cubs their
!24naig vI t over San Dieglo. It
wi FeigeMtll i.hth"a' 11th victory
over0 eres without a lous.
In i American League,
Clevelana Gayord Perry hailed a
easoeMl three-gme ling streak
ben he best the Angel on u
four-hitter.
ddie Fisher and Terry Forter
o baeihbd for a the-hitter against
4to M d aa Csdoe May drove in
M ,o-wa l only run.
e took advanta of
ia s a' .Altd tleanlarick
eatrlbud a deouba Ad a tipe to
deft Datrot.
Every Ya d In the starting
qUup. e lted at leas one mit,
wroe. 'li a ru s 4 icoed o nM
al New ya6ewlMdcd Minnesota
tsainM for W4SSa. on M bomber;
"v F e a detmW Tyankfee but.
5NtIlqga p-tSu bore run and a
dagie and trhin in four rume.


UNDEFEATED IN SEVEN GAMES, C. C. Sweting
High Girls Volleyball Squad need to win only two of their
remaining three games to capture the Western Division
Championship. They are standing from left: Wendy Mott
(Miss C. C. runnerup), Patricia Minus, Mary Nabb (team
manageress), Virginia Leverity, Sherry Conally, Judy-Mae
Miller, Olive Roll, Bemadette Mott, Agnes Taylor, Tom
Grant (coach); Kneeling: Meltoria Minus (chief scorer),
Lloraine Simms, Donna Stubbs, Laverne Jackman, Teresa
McKay and Deborah Foster. PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


Wednadmay, May 9, 173.


Mlerury wihs sBowling


Championship title
By MICHAEL ALBURY
THE COMBINATION OF VETERANS George Friesen. Larry d'Albnuse
and Cedrt aaundes. anmed yearman Tommy Ruasell and rookie Lesle
Plader have led Mwewy to thank second Bahamas Bowlang AMociatia
'.amplonmhlp title b a masy yuers.
Alte Mercpwy'a oe einas ly 257(587) IUt the fose for the TigaE.
easy victory oVw0 the xtreaely in Friday's decider, both EMo
tough City Market last week, and Mercury had excellent pafl
Mercury ware figured to have an and sets but there was dIo soam
extremely easy time In beatin great Individual scoring,.
the Feso Tigers for the B.B.A. For Mercury. Tommy Ruusp
Championship -- but this was not had an excellent 279 third gme for
the r ar. Eso gave Mercury an a career bah set of 680. Larry
extremely good run for the d'Albenas 224(631) sent the pins
championship. flying as he ably assisted Tommy.
After Monday's action, Mercury For the roaring Tigers,. Sydney
lead by 172 pins and it appeared French had an excellent 690 set
that Mercury would have an easy with games of 215, 246 and 226.
time In the next six games. Merrill Rogem 197(573) kept ENso
George Friesen 213 (568) and In contention with his good
Cedric Saunders 192 (566) put the bowling. Both team should be
good sets together that put Mercury congratulated on the fine
ahead by 172 pins. Terry Chea performances.
($37) had the only respectable set Resuits: Mercury 8335 (924
for the Tiers. average); EUso 8169 (907 average)
However, on Wednesday night,
things were a little different as -o TEAM TO WICHITA
picked up 34 pins. This could have
been much more if it was not for The Bahamas Baseball
the good scoring of the Mariners Association on May 17 will choose
also. Both teams bowled over 2800. from. a 40 mam aquad an 18
a 930 average, which is excellent member team to represent the
bowling;. Tommy Russell 226 (67 Bahamas In the Wichita
owlin. Tommy Russ 226 (637) Tournament scheduled for August
and George Friesen 223(584) is. This team will be the fint
Parked Mercury, while Sidney baseball team to represent an
French 211(618) und Kenaz Russell Independent Bahamas.


Available at Your Favourite Food Store ********
-?3LL.r.
0
0















































* Availablereat YourlFavwite Food Store6
0
0



























0 .
0A


0
0
0











0
0
0
0O".
0
O

















0 \
OSta" h
0

S



























: ThJe kmrrdnencLimied


Pato Street Pa mit-Phn 2-1551
*j.eooooooo,,,,,,@,,,-,,,,ooooooooeo~o~eo


0
0
0
0
0





















0
0
0
0
0
0




0
0
0
0
0
O0












0
0
0
0
0

0

0


0












0
0
0
0

0








0
0
0
0
O
O
0l
O
0
O

0
O
0
S
' !.,'0

".:' S

t 0


:i ; ... '