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MITCHELL & STANS 'LIED' TO COVER-UP FOR
VESCO IN HIS TROUBLES WITH S.E.C., IT'S ALLEGED


jury indictment


A SPECIAL FEDERAL GRAND JURY Thursday
indicted financier Robert Vesco on charges of making a
secret 00,000 contribution to President Nixon's
-election campaign in an effort to obstruct an
Inwtigation by the Securities Exchange Commission


into his financial empire.
Miami Herald writers Clark
Hoyt and Loye Miller Jr. said
Mr. Vesco was indicted along
with former Attorney General
John Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
Stans, who were charged with
conspiracy, obstruction of
justice and perjury.
Mr. Vesco and Harry L.
Sears, attorney for one of his
companies and head of the
President's New Jersey
campaign, were accused of
attempting to obstruct the
SEC's investigation into Mr.
Vesco's relations with the
I.O.S. mutual fund complex.
If convicted on all counts,
Mr. Vesco and Mr. Sears would
facu t ers of 20 years in jail
and $25,000 in fines. The
defendants are scheduled to
enter pleas on May 21.
The indictment chargess that
MNchell and Stansm'ranged a
secret $200,00 6 cash
contribution from Vesco in
return for promises that they
would arange meetings for
Vesco and Sears with SEC
officials.: r," the jury
charged, i and Stans
lied abdt goles in the
contibuto*
A, wording to the
indieament, Mitchell, Stans,
Sears Vesco conspired "to
det the U.S. government
and tbe olf, to wit,
Sinang Offi de, by
interfering with and
obstructing their lawful
governmental functions by
deceit, craft, trickery and
means that are dishonest."
LARGEST
"As part of the conspiracy,"
it said, "the four men agreed
that Vesco would contribute
$200,000 in cash the largest
cash contribution ever received
by the committee" to the
Nixon re-election drive, that
Mitchell would arrange
meetings for Sears with the
chairman of the SEC and that
Stans would conceal the
contribution and try to keep
mention of it out of the SEC's
fraud sharge against Vesco.
Vesco's contribution, all of
it in $100 bills, found its way
into a safe from which the
money that fueled the
Watergate burglary and bugging
was withdrawn.
Thursday's ten-count
indictment charges that after
the cash was delivered in early
April 1972, Mitchell and Stans
took steps to help Vesco, then
under formal investigation by
the SEC.
Despite the contribution and
the alleged efforts by Mitchell
and Stans, however, the SEC
on November 27 filed a civil
suit charging Vesco and 20
other individuals and 21
corporations with looting $224
million from mutual funds
managed by IOS, a Swiss
concern then controlled by
Vesco.
In that month, according to
the indictment, Vesco wrote a
memo to the President' brother
Donald Nixon, threatening to
reveal his secret contribution
"unless the SEC was directed
to drop all legal proceedings
against Vesco."
The grand jury charged that
Mitchell obtained the memo
and helped hide it from the
SEC and other investigative
agencies "which properly
should have been made aware
of it."
RESIGNED
At the time of the Vesco
contribution Mitchell and
Stans had both resigned from
President Nixon's Cabinet -
Mitchell to manage the
president's election campaign




DINETTE SETS


NASSAU FREEPOR '


spells


complicity


and Stans to raise the money
for it.
Both Mitchell and Stans
issued statements proclaiming
their innocence after the
indictments were announced.
According to the indictment
the $200,000 was delivered to
Stans in Washington on April
10, 1972, three days after a
new election law requiring full
disclosure of major
contributions took effect.
The indictment charged,
however, that Stans had met
with Vesco one month earlier
to talk about Vesco's troubles
with the SEC. At that meeting,
according to the grand jury,
Vesco offered "to give at least
$250,000 and possibly
$500,000 to the Committee
for the Relection of the
President with the intent" of
having Stans, Mitchell and
'others use their influence at
the SBC.
The indictment said that
shortly after Vesco left. Stans
talked to Mit~ha about the
financle.r's proposed
contributiqp.
P t...hlp. ,after Sears
delivered the cash to Stins, the
indictthent charged, Sears met
with William J. Casey, then
chairman of the SEC, and G.
Bradford Cook, then general
counsel and now Casey's
successor as chairman.
MEETING
The meeting was arranged
by Mitchell "without advising
Casey of the fact that such a
secret cash contribution had
been made," the indictment
alleged.
According to the grand jury
the conspiracy began almost a
year before the contribution,
in June or July 1971, when
Vesco had Sears speak to
Mitchell, then attorney general,
about the SEC investigation.
the intent, the indictment
charged, was to have Mitchell
"exert his influence on the
SEC" on Vesco's behalf.
Sears already knew Mitchell
because they had been active
together in Nixon's successful
1968 campaign.
After Sears' first meeting
with Casey and Cook,
according to the grand jury,
there followed a series of
meetings between the three.
Meanwhile Vesco persuaded
the president of Costa Rica,
Jose Figueres, to write Nixon
"indicating his concern that
adverse publicity (emanating
from SEC against Vesco might)
jeopardize the development of
Costa Rica as a showplace of
democratic development in the
Western hemisphere."
The prosecutors implied that
Nixon never received the letter.
The indictment also charged
that:
Stans ordered incomplete
records to be made of the
Vesco contribution, caused
some records to be destroyed
and had false reports filed with
the General Accounting Office
"in order to conceal" the
money and its ultimate uses.
e Mitchell tried to prevent
or delay exposure of facts
concerning the secret
contribution by having John
W. Dean, then White House
counsel, ask Casey to postpone
subpoenas aimed at discovering
the source of the cash.
The grand jury also charged
that Mitchell and Stans each
lied six times during their
testimony before the panel.

TWO PICKED UP
BY COAST GUARD
TWO DADE County,
Florida men were picked up by
the U.S. Coast Guard yesterday
after their small aircraft went
down between Bimini and
Andros.


- FOULKES CALLS-

FOR PROBE OF

VESCO AFFAIRS
TRIBUNE columnist
Arthur A. Foulkes this week
calls on the Government to
investigate the business
activities of American
financier Robert Vesco in the
Bahamas with a view to
determining "whether those
activities will turn out in the
final analysis to be inimical to
the interests of the Bahamian
people".
In his colum, To The
Point, which is slated for
publication tomorrow,
Senator Foulkes says that Mr.
Vesco's money is behind
some of the business
acquisitions which have been
taking place recently in the
Bahamas. He also claims that
Mr. Veaco was a contributor
to the PLP's election
campaign fund.


STILL NO SIGN

OF 2ND. MAN

IN PLANE CRASH
ATTEMPTS have thus far
failed to recover the body of a
second person believed to have
been aboard a Lockheed
twin-engine aircraft which
crashed into the sea just four
miles north of Chub Cay in the
Berry Islands.
Members of the Criminal
Investigation Department's
skin-diving team returned to
Nassau yesterday after
searching the waters for the
body of American businessman
Michael "Mike" Zorovich Sr.,
believed to be the pilot of the
plane.
Mr. Zorovich Sr. had been
listed as the pilot of the
downed Lockheed, which was
rented from a Fort Lauderdale
company, police said.
So far, attempts to identify
the body of a "white male
between the ages of 25 to 30
years" taken from the waters
near the wreckage have proved
negative, a Criminal
Investigation Department
spokesman said.
The body, which already
showed signs of decomposition
and advanced rigor mortis, was
flown to Nassau Sunday
afternoon. Mr. Zorovich's son
Michael Jr. said the body was
not that of his father.
It was found in four feet of
water near the wreckage and
close by a seat which had
become detatched from the
cockpit of the aircraft.
DRUGS ABOARD
A second detached seat was
found a few yards away from
the wreckage. Also recovered
by the police were five bags
containing 240 lbs. of
marijuana.
Police destroyed the
shipment by cutting open the
bags and emptying the already
wet substance into the water.
The whereabouts of Mr.
Zorovich are still unknown to
his family. He was supposed to
have gone away and was
expected to return to Miami
Sunday, the day on which the
plane was found.
Although attempts to find
and recover a second body
have been called off, it is
understood that investigations
into the crash are to continue
with members of the U.S.
Federal Aviation
Administration due in Nassau
on Monday.


out


of Vesco


German plans $17 million



complex at Abaco, but



requires jet strip first


By MIKE LOTHIAN
WORK IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN within a year on the
construction of the Great Abaco Club, a $17 million
condominium-hotel complex at Marsh Harbour, Abaco. German
finmancier Herbert Woetzel announced.
The massive project was seven storeys high and will
given approval in principle by provide a total of 400,000
the Town Planning Department square feet of floor space.
yesterday, Mr. Woetzel told a The complex to include
press conference. dining facilities, shops, a
The only catch is that an marina and a health spa, is to
airstrip able to accommodate be located on a 12-acre site on
jet aircraft is an essential the shore at Boat Harbour, half
ingredient to the success of the a mile from the Marsh Harbour
scheme, and no such airstrip Settlement.
presently exists on Abaco. This morning's press
The problem "has been brfterence was told that now
discussed" with Government, it approval in principle has been
was said. received detailed plans will be
Mr. Woetzel said the drawn up by Mr. Thomas
alternatives are to extend the Robertson of the Ar/Cop
existing Marsh Harbour or Architects firm on the corner
Treasure Cay airstrips, or of Bay Street and Victoria
interest a large commercial Avenue.
airline in contributing to the Provided the detailed
construction of a new strip on plans win final Government
a new location as a flight go-ahead for the project,
training centre. construction by a local
The jet airstrip is needed contractor yet to be selected
because Mr. Woetzel's plans will begin in "ten to 12
call for the use of chartered jet months." Construction time is
aircraft to bring groups of estimated at about 18 months.
German and other European MAINLY GERMAN
tourists from the heart of Mr. Woetzel estimates that
Germany to Abaco without the condominium section of
any stops or change in aircraft. the complex alone will cater to
The charter is part of a plan about 14,000 people
to make Abaco vacations principally Germans a year.
attractive and low-cost for Cash inflow from the complex
European tourists, is estimated at about $6
CONDOMINIUM million a year.
The project also involves the Between six and eight
introduction of a unique charter flights of European
condominium concept for the tourists are expected to fly
Bahamas. into Abaco each month for


Instead of selling the
condominium apartments to
individual owners each
apartment will be sold to a
number of persons up to 16
- each of whom will have
rights to the use of the
apartment for a certain period
each year. Depending on the
time of year and the location
of the apartment in the
complex, the prices will range
from $4,500 to $6,000.
The apartments cover about
325 square feet each. There are
247 condominium units
planned, along with 137
twin-bed hotel rooms with the
same design and lay-out as the
apartments.
The two buildings, which are
linked together, are each to be


vacations at the complex.
Present for the press
conference this morning held
at Mr. Robertson's offices -
were Mr. Woetzel, Mr.
Robertson, German architect
Klaus Menzel, who did
preliminary drawings, and
Gosta Schaper, the agent
representing Sand and Sea
Development (Bahamas)
Limited, Mr. Woetzel's
company.
Mr. Woetzel said financing
for the project is being
arranged in Germany.
He added that there will be a
programme to teach Bahamians
the German language and
customs, so as to completely
Bahamianize the complex's
staff in "two or three years."


FREEPORT II OFF RUN FOR

AIR-CONDITIONING REPAIRS


THE Cruise ship Freeport II,
formerly the 22-year-old
Ariadne, is scheduled to leave
for Savannah, Ga., tonight for
repairs to her air-conditioning
system, which broke down
during her maiden voyage to
Freeport. Her trip to Nassau
had to be cancelled.
Bahamas Cruise Lines said
there is nothing wrong with the
7,500-ton ship other than the
air-conditioning system. The
ship received her Coast Guard
Bureau of Marine Inspection
certificate for safety two weeks
ago.
The Freeport II is expected
to resume her Miami-Freeport-
Nassau cruises on May 25.
Mr. Leo Goloff, vice


president of Bahamas Cruise
Lines said the 'line pans to
replace the Freeport II with a
larger vessel in time for the
winter season.
The air-conditioning failure
forced the line to cancel the
boat's trip to Nassau and
instead put up its 300
passengers at the King's Inn
Hotel, Freeport.
Twenty-three passengers
refused to sail on the ship
when she left Miami Sunday
after they discovered the vessel
was not the luxury liner they
expected, but rather a
"cruddy" ship "where the
water and lights didn't
operate."


ROBERT L. VESCO
... now indicted


TRIPARTITE

TALKS HERE

ON BASES
TRIPARTITE TALKS began
in Nassau yesterday between
the British, American and
Bahamian governments over
continued use of these islands
for U.S. defence facilities.
Initial disclosure of the start
of the discussions came from
the Foreign Office in London,
which said Britain also hopes
to share some of the military
facilities which the Americans
wish to maintain under the
pact.
The current talks in Nassau,
according to the Foreign
Office, are exploratory and will
be finalized only after the
Bahamas becomes fully
independent.
The United States now has
three active military
installations in the Bahamas,
including an underwater missile
firing and testing range.
The arrangements for these
facilities were negotiated
between the U.S. government
and Britain as the sovereign
power.
WANT ACCESS
The British government has
arranged in principle in
advance with the U.S. to have
access to some of the
Bahamian facilities, especially
those for testing underwater
weapons, an Associated Press
story said.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling has already made it
clear the Bahamas expects a
considerably higher rental than
the Americans have been
paying for Bahamian sea, land
and air staging facilities, and
said the defence arrangements
would be renegotiated,
One figure mentioned has
been $25 million.
The meetings are being held
at Government House and
running late into the evening.
The British and American
governments are represented
by four delegates each and the
Bahamas by three. No
Ministers from any side are
participating, a Government
House spokesman said.
He declined, on instructions,
to name members of the
delegations and said this might
be released later.
The talks were expected to
end this evening or at the latest
tomorrow morning. A
reception was to be held at
Government House this
evening, and the British and
Americans were expected to
leave Saturday or Sunday.
In London meanwhile,
delegations representing the
Bahamian government and
Opposition parties are
completing the final draft of
the constitution for the
Bahamas.
CARIB STATES WANT
U.S. TRADE DEALS
GEORGETOWN, GUYANA
(AP) A three-day conference
on U.S.-Caribbean relations
today has called on America to
grant trade preferences for
Caribbean exports and also to
modify immigration laws to
allow more unskilled people
from region to enter the
United States.
Representatives from
Caribbean as well as top
academic and journalistic
representatives took part in the
conference hosted by Miami
University.
Participants also called on
the United States to respect
the right of Caribbean
countries and to broaden the
contacts with Cuba. In a final
report, the conference urged
the United States to develop
mutual beneficial relationship
with Caribbean countries and
to accept diverse political and
economic systems in the
Carribbean.


Lack of commitment &



racism are obstacles



to our community unity

By MIKE LOTHIAN
A LACK OF COMMITMENT, racism, nationalism, political
differences, the generation gap and social and economic
differences are all obstacles to be overcome by the Christi
Church if it is to create a sense of community spirit in the


Bahamas.
This was spelled out
Wednesday in a well-co-
ordinated discussion of the role
of the Church in an
independent Bahamas by Fr.
Preston Moss (Catholic), the
Rev. Dr. H. W." Brown
(Baptist), Canon William
Thompson (Anglican) and the
Rev. Emmette Weir
(Methodist).
The clergy apparently
conferred together before
beginning their discussion at
the Bahamas Teachers' College
auditorium in Oakes Field, and
the result was that Canon
Thompson dealt with what the
Church's role should be, and
the other panellists discussed
the problems involved in
fulfilling that function.
Canon Thompson stressed
that the Church's function will
not change because of
independence, but
"independence '73 does give us
a fresh opportunity to review
our approach."
He described the Church not
in terms of denominational
separation, but as "the
community ot faith, made up
of people who have accepted
Jesus Christ as their Lord and
their God."
The role of the Church he
defined as "to create a sense of
unity within the community,
and to remind men of the
limitations imposed on them
by human institutions; no
political system will in fact
meet all of our needs."
COMMITMENT
Fr. Moss declared that "we
suffer from a growing lack of
commitment in all the basic
areas of society: marriage,
family life, friendships, jobs.
"We take commitments
lightly. Children are brought
into the world and then
dropped like a ripe dilly from
the tree. There is a growing
failure to meet mortgage
payments, not only because of
a lack of jobs, but because of
poor management of money
and irresponsibility."
He said the perpetual
holiday atmosphere in a tourist
resort such as the Bahamas and
the limited commitment to the
Bahamas by expatriates who
are here for only a few years
have contributed to the
problem.
"But we are not in a
hopeless situation," Fr. Moss
said. "There is a growing
number of people committing
themselves to family life.We
need to encourage people who
are attempting to make and
fulfill commitments. We must
be willing to take risks," he
said.
Dr. Brown, dealing with the
obstacles of racism,
nationalism and political
differences, made the
prediction:
"We will become a show
piece of the world as an
example of living in
brotherhood, or we will
become the laughing stock of
the world because we had a
good thing going and we let
hate destroy it."
-The Church "knows only
one race: the human race," he
said. "White supremacy, black
power are only hate crossing
swords with hate. The Church,
without reservation, denounces
this.
"Nothing is wrong with the
blending of cultures," he
continued, dealing with
nationalism. "Nationalism is
sometimes over-emphasized
and becomes chauvanism. This
will not be a good thing for the
Bahamas. This is a small nation
and it will need experts to help
us from the outside for the
next eight or ten years. Let us
learn from our peers.
"Intimidation and.
victimisation," he said, "have
become a curse in our land,
and the blame must be placed


on the leaders of the people.
The Bahamas is too small for
this sort of thing. "Why
should a man who has served
the Government faithfully for
a lifetime be retired four years
ahead of his time because of
his political convictions?" he
asked. "We had a good thing
going here," he said. "We are
smearing it from top to
bottom."
Mr. Weir declared "we have
a serious problem in the clash
of the generations."
He said "most of the young
people today have grown up in
a period of relative prosperity,
and they tend to take things
for granted and on the whole
have a different attitude
towards the Church. It seems
to me the Church is faced, if
not with indifference, with
scepticism.
MISSION
"The Church has a mission
here, to emphasize young
people, so they will take a
greater interest in it."
Mr. Weir said the class
barrier has not been a serious
problem in the Bahamas, but
"I see two factors that might
cause the barrier to b greater.
"People aI ha4 a little
more eduition feel tfte rare
better than the others and tend
to do less to help others."
In addition, "we need to
emphasize the dignity of man
and the dignity of whatever
kind of labour a man does."
The panel discussion on
Wednesday was third in a series
of lectures and discussions on
the implications of
independence, sponsored by
the extra-mural department of
the University of the West
Indies.

Jailbird takes up

farmi limarijiana ,

gets another term
A YOUNG prison escapee
who had been recaptured by
police officers in the
Carmichael Road area was
sentenced to three months in
jail after it was disclosed that
he had turned to farming -
marijuana.
Richard Knowles, 19, of
Wilson Tract was charged with
the second offence after he
told police, 'yes I'm growing
marijuana on the farm' during
questioning.
A search of the Carmichael
Road farm by police officers
resulted in the discovery of a
one gallon tin with four
marijuana shoots.
"Why did you. not grow
vegetables instead, like beets
and carrots?" Magistrate
Osadebay asked him.
"Aint nothing' in vegetables.
and that type is not my
speed," Knowles replied.
His three month sentence is
to run concurrently with a
seven year sentence imposed
earlier in the Supreme Court
on a charge of robbery and
housebreaking.
LECTURE ON
LAW OF CONTRACT
THE Bahamas Law
Students' Association will
sponsor a lecture at 10 a.m.
Saturday on the Law of
Contract to be delivered by Mr.
John Carson.
The talk will be given at the
Supreme Court Building, Bank
Lane.


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MORE DISCLOSURES:


NOT PARTICIPATED WITHOUT MITCHELL'S APPROVAL
WASHINGTON (AP)- James McCord Junior has testified under oath
tht he never would have participated in the Watergatc operation without
m auranc that Attorney-General John Mitchell had approved it. McCord's
Stestmoy was made public IP Washington yesterday.
dMcCord also swore that his fellow convicted conspirator, G. Gordon
I Uddy, told him M tchll received lop of wiretapped conversation* while
MItchell wa President Nixon's campaign chairman, after he quit as
Attorney-General. McCord said Liddy told him Mitchell prodded the
buabng crew to make its second entry into the Democratic headquarters
on June 17, when five of the crew members were arrested.
McCord's testimony was given about two weeks ago in connection with
the Democratic Party's lawsuit against the Nixon campaign for nearly six
and a half million dollars in damages from the Watergate raid.
NIXON ANNOUNCES STAFF CHANGES
WASHINGTON (AP)- President Nixon has announced a number of
staff changes in an effort to fill vacancies left by the Watergate scandal.
Nixon today named C.I.A. Director James Schlesinger to become Defense
Secretary, and he announced that former Texas Governor John Connally
will take on a job as his part-time adviser.
White House News Secretary Ronald Ziegler says Connally will consult
with the President on a number of different matters, possibly including
Watergate and the reshaping of his White House staff.
Named to replace Schlesinger as CIA Drector is William Colby, now
Deputy Director. Pentagon General Counsel Fred Buzhardt will join the
White House staff as a special counsel.
COLBY NAMED TO HEAD C.I.A.
WASHINGTON (AP)- William E. Colby, named Thursday by President
Nixon to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, has three decades
of experience in intelligence operations. He has been the spy agency's
Deputy Director for operations since March.
A Princeton graduate,, the 52-year-old Colby joined the Office of
Strategic Services in 1943, parachuting behind enemy lines in France to
work with resistance units.
Presidential Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler said Colby's shares outgoing
Director James Schleslnger' views on the need for reorganization of the
government's ntellieagnee services. Ziegler said Colby also agreed with
Schlesinger's implied criticism of former agency officials for aiding
Watergate bugging conspirators who allegedly burglarized the office of the
psychiatrist of Daniel Ellseberg, a defendant in the Pentagon Papers case.
Colby rejoined the CIA in 1972 after four years in State Department
posts relating to the Vietnam pacification programme. He was chief of
the CIA4S Far East Division from 1962 to 1968 and had served earlier in
such embaesies as Stockholm and Rome.
JUDGE RAISES QUESTION ON DISAPPEARANCE OF LOGS
LOS ANGELES (AP)- The Pentagon Papers trial moves into new legal
entanglements today following disclosure that Daniel Ellsberg was
overheard by federal wiretappers whose records have vanished. The F.BlI.
revealed Ellaberg was heard on a wiretap up to two years before he released
the Pentagon Papers to the news media.
U.S. district court Judge Matt Byrne, demanding that the government
answer to him today about the disappearance of the wiretap lop, also has
told attorneys for both sides to be prepared for arguments on the wiretap

SUMMARY OF LATE SENATE ACTIONS
WASHINGTON (AP)- The Senate Interior Committee has approved a
bill which authortaes the President to ration gasoline. The biU has been sent
Sto the full Senate floor for immediate consideration.
The Senate confirmed former Georgia Congressman Howard Callaway to
become army secretary.
Congress completed action on a compromise rural electric and telephone
loan bill, and sent it to the President.
The State of Georgia has gone to the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt
to force President Nixon to end impoundment of congressionally
appropriated funds.
TORNADOES IN OHIO KILL 4.
WILLARD, OHIO (AP)-Tornadoes in northern Ohio killed four persons
last night and Injured more than one hundred. Three of the dead were at
Wllard, where five children are unaccounted for.
National guardsmen have been sent into at least three Ohio communities
to assist with storm recovery efforts.
Numerous snaking funnels were sighted in Ohio from the Indiana border
on the west to Pennsylvania on the east. Many of the funnels did not touch
down, and some that did hit sparsely populated areas, causing little or no
IN 7 STATES STILL UNDER WATER
SMssasaippl River is expected to crest today and
tom sits flooded route from St. Louis to the Gulf of
M lnd of farmers still will have to wait up to six more
S weekfg the floodwaters to drain off their land. State and federal
Sofficls my water run-off from Inundated and is sdower than expected. An
Asoclited Press survey reveals an estimated 12 million acres remain
underwater In the seven states of Missouri, illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee,
Alkass Loubisana dMi MissisppL
GUERRILLAS PULLING BACK ACROSS BORDER
BEIRUT (AP)- The cease-fire between the Lebanese army and
PMleatinan guerrillas has gone into Its second day. Thousands of guerrilla
Snflitrators from Syria are reported pulling back "en masse" across the
border.
An army spokesman in Beirut says the infiltrators had begun
withdrawing yesterday from the Bekaa Valley, the scene of heavy fighting
earlier in the week. The spokesman says most of the infiltrators are
members of the Syrian-backed Palestine Liberation Army.
ISRABLIS DOUBT TRUCE WILL LAST
TEL AVIV (AP)- Rteports from Tel Aviv Indicate few Israelis believe
the ruce between the Lebanese and their Arab guerrilla advsaries will
i et. Israeli military forces continue what they call "exercises" on the
occupied Golmn Heights of Syria, within sight of southeast Lebanon.
The manouvers were described as routine. However, they're generally
viewed as slraelt way of warning how It might react if the Syrian army
S omesa en mase to the aId of the Lebanese-based guerrillas.
'The Israell exercises were described as larger than division size, and
Snvolve crack Infatry, artillery and air force units.
7 POINT AGREEMENT BETWEEN LEBANON & GUERRILLAS
CAIRO (AP)- President Sadat's personal representative, Hassan Sabry
s Kholy, announced Thursday in Damascus the seven point agreement
refehed between Lebanon and the guerrillas.
Itholy, who is csrently in Damascus, was quoted by the Middle East
News Aaeacy as saying that the informed Syrian officials and guerrilla
leader in Damacus of the contents of the agreement:
(1) Formation of. four-men high committee.
(2 Formailoa of combined saub-committees from the Lebanese army
(3) Itutetstlen of a direct emergency telephone line between the
Lebanse army headquarters and the guerrilla headquarters in offices of the
Leanaes Commander Col. Emad Kansan and Abu El Zalm's office in
T(4) Znal t and artillery shelling
(5) Pull back of the two forces to prevent dashea
(6) Halt of pass media campaigns to prevent agitation
("7) tresarvatlon of the cease-fire.
SUCE O GOLD MAY WELL REACH S100 AN OUNCE
S LONDON (AP)- The price of gold soared to record peaks in European
ee billion markets Thursday and some dealers predicted a
Snee-unbeleveble level of 100 dollar, .an ounce was in sight.
a' The U.S. dollar, however, appeared to have steadied in some centers


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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Pentagon papers trial Judge was
told Thursday that Daniel Ellsberg was overheard on FBI wiretaps
as long as two years before he released the papers to news media
but that records of the wiretaps are missing from the FBI fles..


The disclosure that a
telephone conversation of
Ellsberg's had been tapped
while he was at a friend's home
was made by the new acting
FBI director, William
Ruckelshaus, in a memo to the
judge. The judge immediately
stopped further proceedings in
the trial and ordered the
government to find all records
on electronic surveillance of
Ellsberg.
MISSING
But later the judge received
word from the Justic
Department in Washington that
the records are missing.
Defense attorneys
immediately charged that the
records were either
intentionally destroyed or
h hidden. Ellsberg's chief
attorney, Leonard Boudin,
citing news reports to that
effect, asked that the
government question former
Attorney General John
Mitchell and, if necessary,
question President Nixon
himself about the whereabouts
of the records.
GET MOVING
The judge ordered the
government to get moving on
its inquiry into the records'
disappearance and told
attorneys to be ready this
morning to present legal
arguments on whether the case
should be thrown out because
of the revelation of the
electronic surveillance.
The government had been
under orders more than a year
to tell the judge about all
wiretaps relating to the trial.
The Justice Department said
the home phone of Morton
Halperin, a former deputy
Assistant Secretary of Defense,
has been tapped from the
spring of 1969 to June 1971.
During that time, Ruckelshaus'
tnemp said, a conversation
irtvot ling Ellsberg was
monitored by the FBI while he
war a ghest at Halperin's home.
The Justice Department said
records of the surveillance of
Halperin's phone disappeared
from the FBI files some time
between July and October
1971.
A. G. ORDERS
The department said the
wiretaps of Halperin's phone
were authorized by "the


WASHINGTON (AP)-
Here are major developments
Thursday in the Watergate
case:
VESCO: Former Attorney
General John Mitchell and
former Commerce Secretary
Maurice Stans were indicted
by a federal grand jury in
New York on charges of
conspiring to defraud the
United States in connection
with a secret $200,000
contribution to president
Nixon's reelection campaign.
Both denied any wrongdoing.
WHITE HOUSE: The
President recalled John
Connally from private life to
be an unpaid adviser, and
named CIA Director James R.
Schlesinger to be secretary of
Defense.
DEAN: Ousted presidential
counsel John Dean said
someone is out to keep him
from telling the full truth
about the Watergate scandal
and to discredit what he has
to say.
RICHARDSON: Elliot L.
Richardson, at Senate
hearings on his nomination to
be attorney general, quoted
Nixon as telling him he
doesn't want to be kept
Informed about his Watergate
inquiries.


attorney general." Mitchell was
attorney general in 1969.
It was the first disclosure
that Eflsberg, whose name did
not surface publicly until
1971, when he released the
Pentagon Papers had been
overheard on taps. A member
of the defense team was
overheard by the government
last summer, but it was
determined the tap was
directed at another person
unrelated to the case.
LEGAL PROBLEMS
The revelation of wiretaps
on Ellsberg going back to 1969
raised complicated legal
problems because, as the judge
put it, "apparently Mr. Ellsberg
was under surveillance during
the most crucial time of the
indictment, during the period
of the copying, the time he left
Rand ..."
Ellsberg, 42, and Anthony
Russo, 36, are on trial for
espionage, conspiracy and theft
for copying the Pentagon study
of the Vietnam war in 1969.
Both are former researchers at
the Rand Corp. "think tank"
and worked on government
projects there.
Although Ellsberg's name
first surfaced publicly in 1971
when he admitted releasing the
papers, he has said he copied
them in 1969.
The current trial, on a
15-count indictment, does not
involve the release, only the
copying.
Dates in 1969 and 1970
have been the crucial ones in
proving or disproving the
charges during four months of
testimony.
FIRST DISCOURSE
Although the judge had
pressed the government
repeatedly to reveal any
wiretaps evidence it had, this
was the first word in nearly
two y"rs 'of litigation th4
Ellsberg had been overhead aa
all and that he had been the
subject of investigation as early
as 1969.
"The wiretapping was
obvious to all of us for some
time," Elisberg told reporters
Thursday. "... This is one more
instance of government
misconduct ... there is no
doubt in my mind that there
was more wiretapping than
what was disclosed this
morning."
Ruckelshaus' memo, dated
Wednesday, said he was told
when he took over the FBI job
that FBI investigations had
produced no evidence of
wiretaps.
"Nevertheless," he said, "on
May 4, 1973, I initiated an
investigation to interview
present and retired FBI
personnel for the purpose of
determining, if possible,
whether there had been any
* such tap.
"A preliminary report which
I received last night (Tuesday)
indicates that an FBI employee
recalls that in late 1969 and
early 1970 Mr. Ellsberg had
been overheard talking from an
electronic surveillance of Dr.
Morton Halperin's residence. It
is this employee's recollection
that the surveillance was of Dr.
Halperin and that Mr. Ellsberg
was then a guest of Dr.
Halperin," Ruckelshaus said.
Halperin, now a researcher
for the Brookinpgs Institution in
Washington, lives in Bethesda,
Md.
Ruckelshaus said, "I have no
information concerning *he
substance of the conversation,
nor has the investigation to
date been able to find any
record of such conversation.
The investigation, of course, is
not complete and further facts
bearing upon the wiretaps may
be uncovered."


'LS IF WIRETAP PUBLIC INTIMIDATION


WENT TOY ITUEa' They're out 'to get
SAYS JAIES NeCOI
WTiL.L.


WASHINGTON (AP) -
Watergate conspirator James
W. McCord says he was told
that lop of wiretapped
conversations were delivered to
John N. Mitchell while he was
President Nixon's campaignlp
director, court papers diowed
Thursday.
McCord also said in a
pretrial statement, taken under
oath April 30 and May 1, that
he was told that Mitchell urged
the Watergate buying crew to
get into operation as quickly as
possible.
The information in both
cases McCord testified, came
from G. Gordon Liddy,
another convicted Watergate
figure who was boss of the
crew that entered and bugged
Democratic Party headquarters
over the Memorial Day
weekend last year.
He said Liddy also told him
that an espionage budget of
$250,000 had been approved
by White House counsel John
W. Dean III and former
Attorney General Mitchell and
that another $100,000 was
available.
Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
H. Stans were indicted
Thursday in New York on
federal charges of influence
peddling, conspiracy and
perjury in a separate matter
growing out of a secret
$200,000 contribution to
Nixon's reelection campaign.
Nixon fired Dean April 30, and
Dean claimed Thursday that
unnamed persons were out to
discredit and censor what he
has to say about the Watergate
affair.
The McCord deposition was
taken in connection with the
Democrats' $6.4-million civil
suit against the Committee for
the Reelection of the President
and others connected with the
Nixon campaign.
McCord said there had been
periodic discussions between
him and Liddy about the
proposed Watergate burglary
starting in December 1971.


LOGS TO A-G
"My best recollection of the
conversation at that particular
point was he referred to the
fact of previous approval of the
opposition anu thit Mr.
-Mitchell ... in effect had told
him that let's go ahead and be
prepared to get into operation
as quickly as possible and he
said by that Mr. Mitchell meant
within 30 days if possible.
McCord said he planted the
bugs in the Democratic
headquarters Sunday morning
of the Memorial Day weekend.
On the receiving end, in a
motel across the street, was
former FBI man Alfred C.
Baldwin III. Baldwin kept logs
that McCord then delivered to
Liddy.
Q. Did he tell you what he
was doing with the logs?
A. He told me they were
being delivered to Mr. Mitchell.
McCord refused to say what
was contained in tne logs
because a federal court has
forbidden such a disclosure.
McCord said while he was
planting taps on an extension
of Democratic Party chairman
Lawrence F. O'Brien's
telephone and on the phone of
state coordinator R. Spencer
Oliver, the four men with him
were photographing documents
from files. The O'Brien tap did
not work.
F.R.B. APPROVE INCREASE
.IN FEDERAL DISCOUNT RATE
WASHINGTON (AP)- The U.S.
Federal Resrve Board Thursday
approved an Increas of one quarter
point in the federal discount rate,
to 6 per cant, for 11 of the 12
federal reserve banks.
it was the second quarter point
increase Ia the discount rate within
the past month. The rate is the
interest charged by district federal
reserve banks to member banks of
the Federal Reserve System for
borrowing funds.
A statement from the Federal
Reserve Board said the action
responded to increases that already
have taken place in hort-tern
interest rates and "i intended to
bring the discount rate into better
alipmant with short-4erm rates
generally."
Interest rate throughout money
market have been incretalg in
recent months reflecting gr owing
demand or money at the oame time
that the Federal Reserve Board has
been following a policy of
moderate increases In the money
supply.
Prior to the increase, which Is to
be effective Friday, the discount
rate was 5 3/4 per cent.
PROPOSED GBRMANYS*
TREATY IARKS ROW
BONN, GERMANY (ALP) -
Chancellor Willy Brandt croed
swords with the Opposition
Wednesday In a hated
parlismentay debate expascted to
end with Lower House approval of
hIb mormnaltion treaty with
Common Bast Gurmmy on
Friday.
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rmgo aa a iiaem ft"aI ta oo f
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me says ex-wnte


House counsel Dean


"anm o lbgs e to limhu or pe s" hIs stiyt ftilly ad
frely t the Watme e case sad to discredit hm peum nai em y.


'I have learned from several
good friends that there is a
concerted effort to "get me,"
Dean said in astateaent issued
through an intermediary.
A report published in the
New York Times Thursday
quoted unnamed Senate and
federal investigators as saying
the ousted White House
counsel has no evidence to link
President Nixon to the
Watergate affair or its cover-up.
Dean said he was issuing his
statement because of the news
stories.
"The information contained
in these stories is neither
complete nor accurate. I have
not, and will not, leak my
testimony to the media," the
statement said.
Dean said "blatant efforts
have been made to publicly
intimidate me.
"Efforts have been made to
prevent me from obtaining
relevant information and


records; attempts have been
made to influence the handling
of my testimony by the
prosecutors; restrictions have
been placed on the scope of
my testimony as it relates to
the White House."
FEAR
Last Friday, Dean sent the
keys to a bank safe deposit to
U.S. district judge John J.
Sirica, saying he had placed
classified documents in the
box, fearing they would be
destroyed.
The White House asKed the
court Wednesday to return the
papers, while retaining copies.
"I seek to get no one, rather
I seek to get only the truth,"
Dean said. "This infamous
matter has already lingered too
long and done too much
damage to the processes of
government. It will only end
when the truth is told."
He did not specify those he
said are out to discredit him.


John Connally's role

is to heal GOP wounds
WASHINGTON (AP) John Connally has his first assignment
as a Republican, and It is made to order for a man with the
peculiar problems of the former chief Democrat for Nixon.


As special adviser to the
President, Connally will have a
hand in putting the White
House image back together a
healer and mender with a role
much like the one which
launched his boss to the Oval
office.
At the same time, Connally
didn't Want or get a full-time
Washington job that would tie
him in too closely with the
Watergate upheaval. He can
advise and minister to his
party's wounds from a position
where the scandal is least likely
to rub off on him.
The appointment Thursday
came the morning after Nixon
made it clear he is going to do
all he can to get the nation's
attention back on the choice it
made in last year's election and
off the seamier revelations
about the campaign.
Connally's dissident
Democrat movement played a
big part in Nixon's landslide,
and his presence in the new
Nixon's official family may be
expected to return national
thought to the issues of 1971
and away from the less
favourable issues of 1973.
"We received the greatest
popular majority in history for
good reasons," Nixon told a
fund-raising dinner Wednesday
night. "The American people
had a clear choice. And the
same reasons, and that same
choice exist today as did exist
then."
Nixon said he would not
allow Watergate to deter him
from "achieving the great'goals
that an overwhelming majority
of the American people elected
us to achieve in November of
1972."
But if he is to do that,
Nixon must first get his new
American majority to renew its
concern for the national issues
which turned it to him last

Now IS dfolnce

chief hikly rated

WASHINGTON (AP) James R.
Schleitnger, nominated Thursday as
the attoln's new defense chief, is an
unlikely boss of generals. He's a
pipe-amoking former professor who
likes to watch birds.
But the 43-year-old Schlesinger
has earned a reputation as a tough
administrator having no fear of
shaking up the bureaucracy during
his four years with the Nixon
administration.
Schlesinger. a dedicated family
man with eiht children, will take
over the defense secretary's post
after only four months as head of
the Central Intelligence Agency. the
ntilon's spy unit.
Nefore that. the tall, prematurely
grey Schlesinger headed the Atomic
Energy Comaldsion for little over a
year. He began his federal work.
however, in the old budget bureau.
now the office of management and
budget.
It was there that he attracted
PreaMesi Nixon's attention,
heading a survey in 1971 to
evaluate the nation's
intelligence-gathering atlvtles. The
study led to a sweeping
reomainatloa of the nation's
intelgnse effort and more
A budet bureau side maid that
he has "an analytical ma d that' ass
Inelve as the cutting edge of a
steal die."
heMsgtwe is a Hanrd-t ln4ed
me0MiMet who taught tk atbjto
at the Unliwlty of VhMIa. Hlae
n tmralgar h the isss he wl face
as detse eMof.
He salwd as the Read Corp.
"think tank" at aits Montes.


year. Connally is a good start
toward that.
BIG BOOST
Connally's switch to the
GOP, coming at the height of
the Watergate storm, has been
probably the biggest boost the
embattled party has had in its
crisis ahd undoubtedly will be
appreciated for years to come.
The former Democratic
Governor of Texas and
Treasury Secretary in Nixon's
first term Cabinet won't move
to Washington, but he will be
available to help Nixon reshape
his administration and lend his
lustre where ft is sorely needed.
If the Nixon administration
can overcome the scandal
which party officials openly
complain is hurting fund
raising and threatening election
grief in 1974, Connally
undoubtedly will get a nice
share of the credit. If it
doesn't, he isn't likely to get
the blame.
Coincidentally, it was in a
similar role that Nixon began
to pick up the pieces of a
shattered party in 1964 after
Barry Goldwater's humiliating
presidential defeat.
Aiding party candidates,
Nixon contributed largely to
surprising successes in 1966.
His reputation as a saviour of
the party was perhaps the
biggest ingredient in Nixon's
own presidential nomination
two years later.
This is the kind of boost
Connally needs now. As a new
convert, he has to pass up a lot
of Republicans already in line
for the next GOP White House
nomination.
If Connally can help Nixon
pull this one out of the fire, he
may be at the head of the line
by 1976.


SKYLU ALL

SIET Tt IS

SN MIONAY


CAPE KENNEDY, FLA. (AP) -
Deal countdown continued
roublq free on schedule
toward Ithe lnuftes nal wek of
Skylab and of the three astronauts
who will w abused the orbiting
space station for 21 days, officials
sald Thrsday.
Technicians checked the
"eItrical and onboard guidance
systems of the Saturn 5 rocket
which will launch the house-sized
Skyleb.
Water and other supplies were
loaded aboard the Apolo command
service odle which will carry
astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., Dr.
Joseph P. Kerw and Paul J. Weitz
to a docking with the Skylab craft.
A Saturn IB rocket will drill the
Apollo craft into orbit.
An evaluation of the effects of a
lightning bolt which struck the
Skylab rocket Wednesday "has not
revealed any ill effects," a
spokesman said.
The Skylab. i astronauts
remained in quarantine at the
Johnson Space Centre near
Houston. They practiced the launch
phase of their mission in simulators
Thursday and listened on closed
circuit television to lectures on the
scientific elements of Skylab. The
spacemen will remain at the centre
until Sunday when they fly to Cape
Kennedy.


Two separate launch teams in
adjoining firing rooms at Cape
Kennedy are working their way
through a lengthy check list as the
rockets are prepared for launch.
Skylab, atop a 33-story Saturn s.
will be launched at 1:30 p.m.
Monday in an orbit 270 miles high.
On Tuesday at l. p.m., the
Saturn 1B will hurtle the astronauts
into orbit. The spacemen will spend
7A hours manoeuvring their
spacecraft to a rendezvous and link
up with the space station.
Conrad, Kerwin and Weitz dock
with Skylab about 8:40 p.m.
Tuesday and spend their first night
in space aboard the Apollo craft.
On Wednesday, they board Skylab
and set up housekeeping.
During their four weeks in space,
the astronauts will use complex
instruments aboard the $2.6 billion
Skylab to study the Earth, the Sun,
the Stars and themselves. Primary
mission of Skylab is to learn how
well man can endure the rigors of
living and working in space for long
periods of time.
Skylab I will end on June 12
when the astronauts separate from
the orbiting laboratory and return
to Earth aboard their Apollo craft.
Splashdown is In the Pacific Ocean.
The Skylab 2 crew will rocket up
to the space station In August for a
56-day stay. Skylab 3, also an
eight-week mission, will start in
November.
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NLUus AmDDiUS JURAE IN VERBA MACITES
BeinaBound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publswr/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.LUtt., LL.D.
Pubnahker/Editor 1917.1972
Contrtbut0i Editor 1972 .
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pubaoeir/Edltor 1972 -

I E ITORIAL


The uncommon man

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IN THE March 19th issue of Swiss Press Review and News
Report, an independent weekly press service published in Berne,
Switzerland, lan Tickle writes an article under the heading
"Britain's Change of Attitude".
"It is standard development," Tickle states. "When a new
government comes into power in a democratic country, either for
the first time or after a temporary spell in the wilderness, it is
filled with new enthusiasm for new ideas and a revulsion for all
that has gone before.
"After a year or two, however, it discovers that the standard
facts of national and international life give it far fewer options
than it originally thought. The policies which it plans to execute
have all been fully examined by its predecessors and found
wanting.
"The result of this," continues Tickle, "is that it is a year or
two before the new government gets on an even keel. Before this
happens, it has to try out all those promised new policies which
its predecessors cynical but powerless know will fail. When
the new government has got all of this out of its system, it can
start from scratch with what really has to be done.
"This has been particularly noticeable in Britain after the last
two changes in power, and particularly after the last one. The
British Government is now, after over two years in power, going
through a period of re-appraisal in both national and international
affairs. The national changes have been very well publicised in
recent months; not so, however, the international ones and
particularly the new attitude to the developing countries in
Africa."
It is not necessary for the purposes of this article to go into
details of British policy in Africa.
The fact I want to emphasize in that ... as Tickle points out ...
it is normal practice for new governments to try out new things
for a couple of years before they find their feet ... but the PLP
Government has now been in power for over six years and it
continues to plunge blindly into areas that have already been
fully explored and found to be impractical.
These men are so inexperienced in the practical affairs of life
that there now seems small hope of them ever coming out of the
clouds.
In any event, the time may be already passed when the damage
done by the serious blunders they have made can be repaired.
l* *.** .**
President Nixon is concerned about many areas of America .
life today.
He has realized that America is not a disciplined nation and so
he wants ----
*A return of capital punishment and severe punishment for
dope pedlars and rapists.
*To stop the practice of newspapers giving full details of a case
before it comes to trial in the courts.
*To reduce aid, both at home and abroad, and make people do
more for themselves.
*To stop inflation and thereby restore confidence in the
American dollar.
*And, finally, to protect and stimulate American foreign trade.

American exports have come under great pressure from
Japanese and German products since those two nations have built
up a great industrial empire with American aid!
And now she sees a threat to her interests in the European
Common Market which will soon be greatly strengthened by the
entry of its new member ... Great Britain.
As a result of this situation Mr. Nixon is asking Congress for
wide powers to deal with world trade.

A recent Associated Press despatch from Washington reported
that Mr. Nixon had "asked Congress for sweeping powers to
expand trade with Communist nations, negotiate new foreign
trade agreements, and retaliate for unfair restrictions on
Amrerican exports by other nations.
"In a message to Congress outlining the first major U.S. trading
reforms since the mid-60's, Nixon also proposed to tighten
restrictions on American-owned firms whose operations abroad
are deemed to threaten employment at home."
Not many years ago Americans were able to escape all
restrictions after they had invested their money outside the U.S.
In recent years the government in Washington has been takingI
measures to collect taxes in some areas of these foreign
investments.
The trade restrictions proposed by Mr. Nixon would draw the
noose still tighter on escapist capital.
Such a measure would, of course, affect American investments
Sin places like the Bahamas ... and thereby discourage the flight of
Capital from the mainland.
S Mr. Nixon has moved near to China and Russia but the U.S.
still regards Castro's Cuba as a threat to hemispheric peace and
security.
And so the U.S. and other members of the Organization of


American States (OAS) continue to isolate Cuba as an undesirable
neighbour.
The Big Four in the Caribbean Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad
and Guyana have recently broken this boycott and are forging
closer relations with Cuba.
The Bahamas is also having talks with Castro ... said to be only
on the fishing question.
There is a growing body of opinion in the U.S. that, since
Washington has forged closer links with China and Russia, she
should now move to normalize relations with Cuba.
A great many of the people behind this movement remember
Cuba as the pearl of the Indies ... and they want to visit the island
again.
Should this happen it will be a great blow to the tourist
business in the Bahamas.
On both fronts American investment and tourism things
I are steadily growing worse for the Bahamas.
Any tightening up in Washington on American investments
abroad and the reopening of Cuba as a tourist mecca would be a
body blow to the badly already ailing Bahamas economy.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Writing in The Record Chronicle of
Denton, Texas Don Fraser said that "it's the common man who
keeps the wheel turning, but let's not forget that it was the
uncommon man who invented the wheel".
He might have added that it will always be the uncommon man
who supplies the grease to keep the wheel from freezing up and
grinding to a halt.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
For tyme y-lost may not recovered be.


- CHAUCER


GEORGE JESSEL HANNAYS

TRINIDADIAN

IS NEW


MAGISTRATE
TRINIDADIAN attorney
George Jessel Hannays arrived
in Nassau over the weekend to
take up his appointment,
effective Monday, as a
stipendary and circuit
magistrate here.
Mr. Hannays is spending this
week observing procedure in
Chief Magistrate Wilton
Hercules' court number three
on Parliament Street. lie is
scheduled to begin hearing
cases in court number two on
Bank Lane on Monday.
His arrival on the bench will
mark 'the first time that all
three of the Nassau lower
courts have been operating
simultaneously since the
retirement ten months ago of
former Chief Magistrate Kermit
Ireland of Jamaica.
He joins Mr. Hercules and
Freeport Magistrate Kenneth
McAllister, both also natives of
Trinidad, and Nigerian
Emmanuel Osadebey on the
lower courts bench in the
Bahamas.
Mr. Hannays, 50, was called
to the English Bar in 1954. He
served as a magistrate in
Antigua 1956-60, and sat on
the bench in Trinidad 1961-66.
He comes to the Bahamas from
private practice in Trinidad.
Mr. Hannays received his
early education in Trinidad,
and he attended the University
of Toronto in the early 1940's,
the same period in which
Bahamian attorneys E. Dawson
Roberts and Eugene Dupuch,
Q.C. were students there.
His wife and two sons are to
join him in Nassau next month.


By The Associated Press
TODAY is FRIDAY, MAY 11th.
the 131st day of 1973. There are
234 days left in the
year.
HI(GHLI(GHTS in history on
this date:
1972 Voters in Ireland give
overwhelming support to a proposal
for membership in the European
Common Market.
1971 The temples at Angor
Wat are damaged by artillery fire in
fighting between Cambodian
government and ('ommunist forces.
1967 U.N. Secretary general l
U Thant says he fears that the
"initial phase" of World War Three
is being fought in Vietnam.
1965 Devastating cyclone
strikes East Pakistan.
1962 Norway's Premier Finer
Gerhardsen says in U.S. he hopes
European Common Market will
admit Norway. Britain and
Denmark to membership.
1950 Foreign ministers of
Britain, France and U.S. confer in
London on future of Germany.
1949 Israel is admitted to the
United Nations; Siam changes its
name to Thailand.
1948 Luigi Finaudi is elected
President of Italy.
1943 U.S. forces land at Attu
In the Aleutian Islands. it is the first
American territory regained from
Japan in World War Two.
1921 Germany accepts allies'
ultimatum on reparations.
1878 Radicals attempt to
assassinate Emperor William I of
Germany.
1868 Freedom of the Press Is
granted in France.
1867 Treaty of London is
signed. guaranteeing neutrality to
Luxembourg and the withdrawal of
Prussian troops.
1860 G(. Caribaldi and his
Italian redshirts land at Genoa.
1869 -- Military revolt breaks
out in Dresden. Germany.
1824 British forces take
Rangoon in Burma.
1812 British Tory Premier
Spencer Perceval is assassinated in


Other elected members of the
Council for the coming year
are Robert F. Blum. Gordon
Clarry, Jack A. Hayward, ..'
Mrs. W. R. (G. Holt, J.
Andrew McKinney, Paul S.
Potter and l. P. Taylor.
Appointed to the Council by
It. E. the Governor are Hon. ..,
Godfrey Higgs and R. E. A.
Sweetman; by Minister of
Tourism. S. N. Chib and E.
A. Thompson; by the M
University of Miami Marine
Laboratory. D. de Silva; by HYDRANGI
the Smithsonian Institution, UM Ii
Dr. D. Challinor; by the New
York Zoological Society,.Dr. ROSES
James Oliver; by the
National Audubon Society, AZAf AS
Alexander Sprunt IV; by the ORIS S. RUSSELL AZALEAS
American Museum of
Natural Iistory, Dr. R. Cleveland Eneas, Mrs. ReesCALADI
Mathewson; by the U.S. Harris, Carl Holmeneas, Mrs. Rees
National Park Service, Jack Lynn Holowesko, Miss ARTIFICIAL C
E. Stark. Renee McLaughlin, J.
Appointed by the Council to Patterson, Dr. Carle ay ARTFICIAL F
the Executive Committee Cae, '. mit Warry
for 1973-74 were the aude Smith, C.B
following persons, in
addition to members of the Claude Smith was also andmany other Gifts h
Council also serving on this appointed secretary for the
Committee: Miss Barbara year and G. B. Weir
Brown, Mrs. D. Connor, Dr. treasurer.


SEC chairman revises his MODERNISTIC
GARDEN &

testimony about Vesco money PesuP


WASHINGTON (AP) Changing
earlier Senate testimony, the
Chairman of the Securities and
EIxchange Commission said
Thursday that he had several
conversations with Maurice Stans
about the source of a $250,000
contribution to President Nixon's
1972 Presidential campaign.
G. Bradford Cook had told a
Senate appropriations
subcommittee May I that he had
lalktd with Stans only once about
thile money.
Stans. finance chairman for
Nixon's Re-election Committee,
was one of four persons indicted in
New York Thursday on charges of
conspiring to arrange the secret
delivery of $200,000 of that
quarter-million0dollar contribution
to the Nixon campaign.
The contribution came from
New Jersey financier Robert I..
Vesco. 37, who als) was indicted
along with former Atty. General
John N. Mitchell and an official
who worked for Vesco.
The $250,000 contribution was
made in two parts: the first.
consisting of $200.000 in $100 bills
was handed over to Stans on April
10. 1972, and was not publicly
reported. The other $50,000 was
made by check later in the
campaign and was reported.
Stans returned the entire
S250.000 to Vesco last Jan. 31.
more than two months after the
SI:C had filed a four-count civil
complaint against Vesco alleging
that he and 41 other defendants
conspired to loot $224 million
from a foreign-based mutual fund.
Jan. 31 was more than two
months after Cook said Stans began
his series of conversations with
Cook about the possible source of
the money.
Cook, who was chief of the
SEC's division of market regulation
at the time of the calls, told the
subcommittee on May I that Stans
had called him only once, in either
late November or early December
after the SEC complaint was filed.
At that time. Stans and Cook
discussed whether the Vesco
contribution could have been
money stolen from the mutual fund
or from a company owned bh
Vesco or whether they were
Vesco's personal funds.
Cook told the subcommittee he
didn't know. but high-level SEC
officials are known to believe the
contribution was made with looted
money.
On Thursday, Sen. Willium
I'roxmite. (D-Wis.) released revised
testimony submitted to the
subcommittee by Cook. In tlhe
testimony. Cook said he had been
mistaken about the number of
times he talked to Stuns and the
time of the conversations.
"Both before and after our
suit was filed. I had discussions
concerning a particular facet of the
case with a member of the
re-election committee." Cook said.
As he had at the hearing, he
identified that individual as St.ons.
"I couldn't give you specific
dates. but it would have been
immediately before the complaint
was filed In November and
subsequent discussions were held in
January.






























THE CONTRACT SIGNING between the Ministry of Education and Culture andl
Panelfab International, Miami, is shown above. Seatea rrom Iet" to right are: Mr. Jack
Dixon of Panelfab; Hon. Livingstone N. Coakley, Minister of Education and Culture, alnd
Mr. Sinclair Outten M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry. Standing from left to
right are: Mr. Hugh Sands Permanent Secretary; Mr. Dennis Hingston, Quantity Surveyor;
Mr. Chris Benjamin, Under Secretary; and Mr. Len Preecy, Estates Officer, all of the
Ministry of Education and Culture.


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C Nursing Congress in

Mexico next week
THE 15th Quadrennial
Congress of the International
C Council of Nurses (ICN) will be
held in Mexico City from May
13 to 20.
Attendance is estimated at
)ol by 8,000 nurses. Participants are
expected from 100 countries.
AM There are now 74 national
O. nurses association in
m mem bersh ip
Mrs. Ironaca Morris,
Iport Secretary of the Nurses'
Association of the Bahamas, is
attending in an official
capacity. Mrs. Morris is
* May Principal Nursing Officer,
Department of Nursing
Education, Ministry of Health.
Other nurses visiting Mexico at
this time are Mary Butler,
Brendel Cox, Susanna Roberts,
Marilyn Bethel, Geneva
Thornton, Helena Francis,
Deanna Saunders, Elaine
Dorsett.
The Nurses' Association of
2 the Bahamas has applied for
mert nmbership in the ICN, and is
expected to be accepted at this
('Ansress.


PHOTO: Wendell Cleare
CONTRACT FOR NEW

SCHOOLS SIGNED
AN A(;REEMENT has been
signed between the Ministry of
Education and Culture and
Panelfab International of
Miami for the construction of
two schools on New
Providence, the lion.
Livingstone N. Coakley,
Minister, announced.
Presently under construction
on Bernard Road is the L. W.
Young High School costing
$1.6 million. This school is
expected to be ready for the
1973-74 school term.
Construction is expected to
start soon on the S. C.
McPherson Junior High School
on Blue Hill Road. This school
will also cost $1.6 million.
Each school will accommodate
1,000 students.
The schools were designed
by Bahamian architect Donald
Cartwright, who has designed
other schools in the Bahamas.


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BEC to purchase new waste heat


recovery boiler from the U.K.
THE Bahamau Electricity Corporation and the Ministry of Works have entered into a contract
with John Brown Engineering (Clydebenk) Limited for a Waste Heat Recovery boiler, pipework,
boiler and Sa turbine spares and other engineering services and equipment.


This contract was signed on
behalf of the Corporation by
executive chairman Preston H.
Albury M.P. (Rock Sound)
during a recent visit to the
United Kingdom.
Mr. Albury accompanied by
B.E.C.'s general manager E.
Coburn Sands and chief
personnel officer Hervis L
Bain, Jr. made an official visit
to the United Kingdom
recently and called on the
Electricity Council, several
electricity generating boards,
technical institutes and plant
and equipment manufacturers.
Discussions on B.E.C.'s
future engineering and
technical requirements were
held and arrangements
completed for technical
assistance and on-the-job and
academic training for Bahamas
Electricity Corporation staff.
While in the United
Kingdom, the B.E.C.
management team hosted a
reception for the large number
of students who are presently
studying in the United
Kingdom on B.E.C. scholarship
and in-service awards. The
occasion was also used to
discuss the students' welfare.





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and progress and for the
exchange of views between
students and the B.E.C.
management team.
NO. 5 GAS TURBINE
Messrs. J. Robert
Richardson, director of
planning, generation, and
Michael Moss, assistant project
engineer, joined the
management team at John
Brown Engineering
(Clydebank) Limited Scotland
to witness the works tests of
No. 5 gas turbine, which is
soon to be installed at Blue
Hills Power Station, and to
finalise the engineering and
commercial aspects of the gas
turbine, waste heat boiler and
associated plant.
The Waste Heat Recovery
Boiler will utilize the heat from
the gas turbine exhaust, which
at present goes to waste in the
atmosphere. It will produce
steam for the existing
desalination plant thus
obviating the need for using
the two oil fired boilers which
at present provide the steam
for the desalination plant. "It
seems likely, therefore, that
the savings on fuel will go a


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Sets 6:45 p.m.


Union recognition pact
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE signed a
recognition agreement Wednesday with the Bahamas
SL I Transport Agriculture Distributiv Allied Workers Trade
Union. Shown signing for the union is Mr. Maxwell M.
Taylor, general scrtary and Mr. Hul Safi
r Pennmnet Seretary Ri MgiiniZtry. "tandine ra
AIto right, Is Mr. Irving, G. R~Ingn chief organizer and
Early Sum m er SA LE treasurer and Mr. Charles Colle, personal officer, Ministry
of Education and Culture. Mr. Sands said that the Ministry
had always had a cordial relation with the union.
Sat. May 12th-Sat. May 19th. Approximately 250 workers will be affected by the

S8QUEEN'S STAFF I


WIN PAY HIKES
By ED BLANCHE
LONDON (AP) There's been a
revolution at Buckingham Palace
and the workers have won. But it's
unlikely to get into the history
books.
Two hundred servants of Queen
Elizabeth II have received pay raises
of up to 30 per cent in the last two
years, a Civil Service Union report
discloses.
But, as befits a royal rumpus
over such a common subject as
money, everyone Involved Is
keeping a discreet and dignified
silence about the bargaining behind
the palace walls.
"it is not the practice to reveal
the rate of pay of royal household
staff," said a palace spokesman.
The union report, however,
disclosed some of the pay raises.
It all began more than two years
ago when the royal servants were
among the lowest paid workers in
Britaln.
They heard that the Queen had
asked parliament to double her
annual allowance to $2.55 million
because of rising costs in
maintaining her half dozen royal
households. So they demanded
more money too.
ROYAL PURSE
Palace staff are paid out of the
royal purse. And, some union
officials claimed, not very well
either.
Only a favoured few made more
than $50 a week. The palace's sole
sergeant footman earned about
$38.75 and ordinary flunkies got
about $34.38.
Some claimed they even had to
work In poeh London hotels on
their days off for extra cash.
At the bottom of the scale,
housew-. :i earned about $23.75.
And i from banqueting below
stairs )n a oyal leftovers, palace
staffs had to .ork out a weekly
SS for h:.r meals.
The three unions that represent
palace servants stepped In to
campaign for higher wages.
Although under an age-old
crown prerogative, the palace
servants are exempt from the
normal type of labour contract and
therefore free to strike whenever
they want, they apparently decided
not to do so.
"It would not have been
dignified." said a union leader.
Over the two years the unions
won hefty pay hikes for the
servants. The wages of liveried staff
such as Pages, footmen and
underbutlers went up by 18% per
cent. The other staff, Including
housemalds, stable hands, grooms,
clerks and kitchen staff got hikes as
high s 30 per cent.
Queen Elizabeth got her raise
too.
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THE GIN IN


long way in paying for the
waste heat boiler and
consequently, within three
years, the capital cost of the
boiler should be recovered," a
Ministry release said.
This waste heat boiler has
spare capacity over supplying
the existing desalination plant
to supply approximately 50%
of the heat requirement for a
future desalination plant.
"The Bahamas Electricity
Corporation is very aware of
the need for sufficient well
trained staff to meet the
demands of a fast growing
industrial organisation," the
release said.
To this end the Corporation
invests a generous sum of
money yearly in the training of
staff both in the Bahamas and
abroad.
"In the Bahamas B.E.C. has
instituted vigorous evening, part
time day release and full
time course to enable staff to
obtain the necessary training
and qualifications for future
promotions and appointments.
"Abroad and particularly in
the United Kingdom, B.E.C.
sponsors a large number of
staff and students on In-Service
Awards and Scholarships.
Presently, there are twenty
three Bahamians abroad
attending full time courses at
Technical Institutions;
approximately sixteen are
benefitting from B.E.C.
in-service awards, the others,
from B.E.C. scholarships.
Twenty two students are in the
United Kingdom and one in
the United States of America.


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not to release it unless and
until the correct solution was
submitted. From time to time
it has re-appeared in this
1098 7 magazine or that, and must
10 3 have been a sore trial to many
thousands of players. The
Q 7 S 3 writer of this column has
occasionally dragged it out and
jabbed at it tentatively, but
like all other would-be solvers,
has had to give it best each
at the time.
Bridge The terms of the problem
in 1935 are that South has to make
fin, and 6NT against best defence, and
'ear, the that West leads the 6 of Hearts.
ennially With all four hands on
brains display, it is easy to see that
ks of with the King of Diamonds
Bridge dropping single, there are 10
y days, tricks 'on top'. In company
tted by with many other toilers, I have
of them made eleven tricks in a number
under of different ways, but never
problem the elusive twelfth.
t of its "Best defence", states the
:he rest, problem. So if you play low
ing all from dummy, East, employing
guarded the Rule of Eleven, will let
-alously, West's 6 run, and you must use
he left your Ace to beat it. If you
xecutors insert dummy's 9, it will be
covered by the 10; if the
Queen goes up. in goes the
King.
Since at first sight it doesn't
seem to matter all that much,
you play low, and take the
trick with your Ace. Next, let's
do the obvious by playing out
the Diamonds. Ace first, then
finessing against West's Jack if
necessary, you take 5 Diamond
Sticks.
Three of the hands will have
to find discards. West can let
go two Hearts (he must not
release a Spade); South will
shed a Club; it is East who has
the hardest time, having to find
four discards. As 'best defence'
is stipulated, he will leave the
( protection of the Spade suit to
his partner, throwing off four
S Spades. That leaves the cards
thus:
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some kind of end-plaj is called
for, but before any pressure
can be brought to bear on
either defender, South must
'rectify the count', that is. he
must give up a trick so as to
leave no 'slack' cards in the
defenders' hands which can be
spared without giving declarer
an immediate advantage Here
we come to what I regard as
the crux of the matter. If
declarer plays the Queen of
Hearts. he loses another Heart
trick without further


ceremony, so that's out. If he
gives up a Club, another Club
comes straight back. or else the
King of Hlearts is cashed So
that's out
And il he gives up a trick to
the Queen ,it Spades, last will
gravely thank him. and proceed
to cash the King of Hearts as
before. What about Ace. King
and a small Spade" No good
either, because when West wins
the third Spade, he too will
lead a Hecait and Fast will still
make that wretched King Go
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Doctor treats rare lymphatic


By WARREN E. LEARY
BOSTON, May I (AP)-
Ousarla Sltana& has returned to
taUl with relief from a rare
lymphatle dibse and the prospect
for a normal life. She alao carried
the thought that attention to her
case could end the suffering of
many with similar afflictions.
After unsuccessful treatments
and being told that nothing could
help her, the 17-vear-old aid came
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BAHAMAS OIL REFINING COMPANY
To be trained for career positions at its rapidly
expanding refinery in Freeport.
Parents of Bahamian Engineers expecting to
graduate in 1973 with Engineering degrees are
asked to contact BORCO concerning the
challenging opportunities available now and in
the future.
Contact: Ed Ambrister
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oi4 Refining Company
P. 0. Box F-2435
Telephone 352-9811 Ext. 235
Freeport, Grand Bahama


lymphatic vessels.
The fluid accumulates in the legs
and causes swelling, pressure and
pain. making it difficult, if not
Impossible, to walk. Firm, fibrous
tissue form' in the swollen areas.
keeping the legs large and unsightly
and socially embarrassing.
Osmarina and her father, Elroy
Santanna, were referred to Dr. Nell
R. -eins, of the Boston University
Medical Centre by Dr. Lillian
McMahon. the daughter of a
Brazilian industrialist who now i. a
pediatrician with the east Boston
neighbourhood health centre.
Feins suid he could help with a
technique developed by Dr. Eric W.
Fonkalsrud of the University of
California at Los Angeles School of
Medicine.
REMOVAL
Feins removed seven pounds of
tissue from Osmarina'a right leg and
later removed a less.r amount from
her left
While Fonkalsrud's method does
not cure the disease. Dr. Ferna says,
there are no reported cases of the
swelling's returning.
He said the defective vessels are
removed with the tilue and the
lymph fluid apparently finds
alternate channels through which to
disperse.
Feins and Fonkalsrd said that,
since the operations on Osmarina
were publicized, they have been
contacted by more than SO persons
suffering the disease. Both have
performed several other operations
and have more lined up.
Since the operations, Dr.
McMahon said. Osmarina has
become more self-confident and
outgoing and has begun doing
things she never did before because
of embarrassment or inability.
"I came home one day last
month, and she ran up to me
saying, 'See, See," Dr. McMahon
said. "I didn't know what she was
talking about, and she kept running
around saying, 'Look at me.' Then
she said, 'I'm running,' and I
realized that she was running for
the first time in her life."
LIQUOR IN PLASTIC
BOTTLES BANNED IN U.S.
WASHINGTON (AP) The
government began notifying the
liquor industry Thursday to stop
using plastic bottles because they
may constitute a health hazard.
"Even though the toxicity of
distilled spirits in plastic containers
has not been definitely established,
our concern for consumer safety
has dictated our immediate action,"
adid Rex Davis, Director of
Treasury's Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms, In an order
to agents In the field.
Distilleries are being told to stop
putting liquor in plastic bottles as
of Friday midnight. The original
deadline had been June 30 under an
experimental programme dating
back to November 1968.
Treasury acted after the Food
and Drug Administration said It
soon will propose a ban on the
plastic liquor bottles. The FDA ban
would not take effect before a
60-day public comment period.


Who said too many cooks spoil the broth?
THE SEA RANGERS gather around as a batch of candy Is prepared for their
homemade candy stall at the Girl Guides fair to be held at Guide headquarters on
Saturday at 3 p.m. In addition to suppers, teas, refreshments of many kinds, there will be
Interesting plants and a special stall of handicraft work that will contain many Interesting
articles. The bargain stall will have many good bargains, household articles, books and
other Items. There will be many Items for grown-ups as well as children.


"Lady Sheaffere 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
a shimmering golden-glaze jewelry finish. Rich
black antiquing of the feminine Florentine band
creates highlights in delicately carved relief.
Matching pen; ballpoint and pencil.


BEAUTIFY BAY STREET? Well why not East Street too? asks businessman S.
A. Wesealing of East Street. And to prove his point Mr. Wesseling, a former police
sergeant who retired 10 years ago after 25 years service, bought himself a hanging basket
to get the ball rolling. Mr. and Mrs. Weaseling operate Katty's Drygoods Store and today a
most attractive floral arrangement hangs outside the front door to welcome customers.
Mr. Weseling hopes other East Street businessmen will follow his idea and that the
hanging basket decoration for businesses win mushroom throughout New Providence.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


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like an ex-inlaw
DAR ABBY: I am a 45yearwld divorce who is en-
gged to marry a -year-od wM ow Ill u call Sam. Sam
has two daughtersn college. Sam's wife, Sylvia, died of
ccer a year ago. Sylvia's mother, a widow, bad made her
hme with Sam and Sylvia forthe laht years.
Afby, I b w this womn aonly i* sy hut e has been
cool to me. She is understandably heartbroken over the
det A of hetr daughter, and wtsn a and I tok baer w
Tr being married, her di. was obvious.
Sam plans to sell hi large hoe and move into an
apatmet after we many. His daute want their ow
apartment. lThe problem Is Sylvia's mother. We surely
can't have her living with us. am can well afford to
provide her with a lovely bone elsewhere, but abe ha
grown a dependent on hl I doubt that she comkuld H
alone. She never learned to drive, and, ace her widowhood
she's spent her life raIsing Sylvia's daughters and running
Sylvia's home. She has is other family.
Sam and I have discussed it and he thinks I should tell
her that our plans do not include her. I think he should tael
her. [He insists he can't do it.] What do you think?
TOUCHY PROBLEM
DEAR TOUCHY: She shouldn't have to be told, but if
she does, Sam should tell her. It weld be aa aet of kind-
mess if you made a real effort to be friendly with this
heavy-hearted woman. Investigate sealer tilsens' residea-
ees and try to help her relocate la the most pleasant and
happy surreundligs. If she rejects yew friendsMhip, yes will
have at least tried.
DEAR ABBY: When I started going with Henry he
uaed to show up so drunk he could hardly walk, so I'd let
him sack out en my couch. It happened sao often we finally
started living together. After two years we decided to get
married.
He buys two quarts of vodka on Saturday, and by
'Monday it's all gone. That's in addition to three cases of
beer. Henry drinks every night, but goes to work in the
morning, comes home at 5 p. m. and starts drinking again.
I knew he was an alcoholic when i married him so I
can't complain.
I work and draw good money. I wish you would tell me
why I stick with this guy. I support myself. Our sex life is
zero, and I know I'd be better off without him. NEEDD
DEAR NEEDED: Your answer is yeor signature. Seme
people have a need to be needed. Youes eeould be one of those

DEAR ABBY: Concerning taking small children to
adult affairs such as weddings: I am only 21, but I know
that we all have to learn certain things in this life, and the
sooner we learn them, the better. Leaving children out of
. ."ad l safa until they learn to behavI Iae adults islIa
saying, "I am not going to take you swinging until you
learn how to swim!"
I'm glad my parents took me, and taught me.
SUSAN IN AMHERST
DEAR SUSAN: Ritg en. sister!


Crew errors caused Britain's worst


air crash in history that killed 118


LONDON (AP) Errors by from about 1,000 feet.
the crew caused the Trident The report's list of the
plane crash which killed 118 causes of the disaster included:
persons in Britain's worst air The abnormal heart
disaster, an official inquiry said condition of Captain Key
Tuesday. "Leading to lack of
The inquiry report cited as a concentration and impaired
major factor in the crash the judgment sufficient to account
heart condition of Stanley for his toleration of the speed
Key, 51-year-old captain of the errors and to his retraction of,
aircraft which suddenly or order to retract, the droops
dropped out of the sky within in mistake for the flaps.
seconds of taking off from V Possible distraction by the
London's Heathrow Airport presence on the flight deck of
bound for Brussels last June. another BlA pilot travelling as
The report also blamed a passenger
inexperienced junior crew Lack of training on what
members and criticized the to do in the event of "subtle
state-owned British European pilot incapacitation."
Airways (BEA) for not noting The report said BEA should
from previous Trident have drawn pilots" attention to
incidents "that there was an the risk of premature droop
appreciable risk of premature retraction.
droop retraction at a dangerous "We are live to the dangers
speed." of retrospective wisdom but
The inquiry said the crash from the crew reports actually
was caused by the premature made on those incidents the
retraction of droops on the dangers were there to be seen,"
leading edge of the plane's the report said.
wings while it was in a steep The 74 page report came
climb. It said this caused the after a public inquiry which
aircraft to lose power and go lasted several months and in
into a stall, falling like a stone which testimony was heard
from scores of experts.
SCIENTISTS SEARCH FOR FRED'S GRANDAD


LONDON: A BRITISH
anthropologist who clairrs to
have found the earliest known
American, a skull nicknamed
Fred, is now in Ecuador
looking for Fred's grandfather.
Dr. David Davies, a lecturer
in zoology at London
University, recently arrived in
the country and is to spend six
months there. He will work
with three scientists, a
photographer and an expert on
Indian languages.
Scientists consider Fred to
be at least 28,000 years old.
Dr. Davies discovered the skull
in a museum in Quito in 1971.
"I want to investigate fossil
beds in neighboring valleys to
where Fred was found," he
explained. "There is evidence
that lots of animal and human
bones are deposited there.
Perhaps a great flood caused
them to congregate there all
those thousands of years ago."
Dr. Davies will re-visit
"Vilcacamba ("Sacred Valley")
in Ecuador, where in 1971 he
found people of Spanish
origin who live to be 140 years
old. He will also go to other
valleys where he has heard that
people, on the contrary, age
-very quickly.


He will publish the results of
his studies in two books.
SACA dance, raffle
now set for May 25
ST. AUGUSTINE'S College
annual dance and raffle,
formerly scheduled to take
place on May 5 at the Emerald
Beach Hotel, will be held on
Friday, May 25 in Governor's
Hall, Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets for the raffle are on
sale at various points
throughout Nassau, including
Bay Street, all Shopping
Centres, and the Post Office.
First prize in the raffle is a
Chevrolet Vega which is on
display each day in front of the
main branch of the Royal Bank
of Canada on Bay Street.
Other prizes include a $400
merchandise certificate at
Home Furniture Company; a
round-trip for two tp Haiti
donated by Flamingo Airlines,
and a round-trip for two to
Freeport donated by Out
Island Airways plus many
attractive and valuable door
prizes and gifts.
Proceeds are in aid of the
school's Development Fund.


FOR 3 in1
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FERTILIZE FUNGtCIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2.2157


IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
EQUITY SIDE


1973
No. 7


There's no inlaw


ifts


IN THE MATTER of All those Parcels of land
comprising portions of Blocks Number 23, 26, and
27, of a Subdivision of Lots known as Village and
situate South of Soldier Road in the Eastern
District of the Island of New Providence.

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of KENNETH
RITCHIE,
NOTICE
a) To All Adverse Claimants
b) Adjoining Owners and occupiers
The Petition of Kenneth Ritchie, of Palm Beach
Street in Englerston or Bamboo Town in the Island
of New Providence, in respect of All those three
parcels or tracts of land situate South of Soldier
Road and comprising portions of Blocks Number
23, 26, and 27, except for lots Number 6, 17, 18,
43 and 44, of Block No. 23, except lots Number
27, to 30, inclusive of Block No. 26 and also all
those lots in Block Number 27, except lots
Number I to 10, inclusive and also 22, and 23,
which said tracts of land hath such shape size
position and dimensions and boundaries as are
shown on the Plan filed herein and coloured Pink
thereon. The said Kenneth Ritchie to be owned in
fee simple of the said tracts of land and have made
application to the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands under the provision of Section, 3 of the
Quieting Titles Act, 1959, to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
be granted by the Court in accordance with the
with the provision of the Act.
Copies of the filed Plan may be inspected during
Office hours at the following places.
(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court Bank
Lane in the City of Nassau.
t.b) The Crown Lands Office Bay Street.
(c) The Ministry of Work John F. Kennedy Drive.
(d) The place of business of the Petitioner in Palm
Beach Street, Engleston.
Notice is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 4th day of June A.D. 1973, filed in the
Supreme Court and served on the Petitioner a
statement of his claim in the prescribed form
verified by an affidavit to be filed t "ielf Wil-f
Failure by any such person to file his or her claim
on or before the 4th day of June, A.D. 1973 will
operate as a bar to sucn claim.
KENNETH RITCHIE
Palm Beach Street.


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BRIDGE COLUMN
From Poe S
back to the Heart suit. It
dummy leads the 9 not the
Queen East's 10 is perforce
overtaken by West's Jack, and
another Heart cannot for the
moment be cashed. West is
thrown in, and must not lead a
Club, which is prohibited by
the 'best defence' clause. So he
leads a Spade. let's see what is
left at that stage.
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South needs all the rest of
the tricks. Can he take them?
Not from where I sit. There is a
way to make 5 of the
remaining 6 tricks, but if you
can see where the other trick is
coming from, you're a better
man than thousands of
predecessors. Somewhere along
the line, something has been
omitted. 'Iry the effect of
leading the Jack of Clubs from
dummy earlier, forcing East to
cover with the Queen, and
thereby transferring the
protection of the suit to West.
On the surface, it seems as
though West might be
subjected to a squeeze in the
black suits, but somehow it
doesn't work out that way.
The solution lies locked
away in the vault of an
American bank, where it may
stay for a very long time


Picking up litter is good.
Not spreading litter is better.


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Freeport. Out Island Airways now offers 20-minute super-jlet service
between Nassau and Freeport. On a schedule designed just for
Bahamians.
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 BACI 11, the world's most reliable short haul aircraft.
Nith 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-let Nassau/Freeport
service, OIA offers a special low-cost, round-trip one-day fare just $33.
With 20-minute jet service and $33 rates, can there be any other choice
but Out Island Airways? Call your travel agency or OIA now for
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FIVE-and-e.half, but the 40
students of Grade 18 of
Sandilands Primary School
raised a total of $110 ftor t0
now Bahamian museum
which is being establiehd at
the Jumbey Village.
Grade IB won the
competition in the lower
school to raise funds for the
museum. The prize was a
day's trip to Rock Sound,
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Browne-Waugh
engagement
COL. and Mrs. Edward M.
Browne of Melbourne
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Karen Lynne,
to Gregg Thomas Waugh, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. H.
Waugh of Grand Bahama.
The bride-to-be was
graduated from Missouri
School of Doctors' Assistants
and Technicians in St. Louis
Mo., and is employed at
Brevard Hospital.
Mr. Waugh is a marine
biology major at Florida
Institute of Technology.
The couple will be married
June 9 at a nuptial Mass in St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, Palm
Bay, Florida.
ST. PAUL'S PRINCIPAL
TAKING FINAL EXAMS
MR. ERIC WILLIAMS,
principal of St. Paul's School,
Freeport, is in England
preparing to take his final
examinations for a degree in
exams at London University he
will rejoin his family in
Freeport during the first week
in June.
He will then resume his
position as principal of St.
Paul's School for the rest of
the school year. Mr. Williams
and his family will leave
Freeport early in July to return
to Britain after eight years
service with St. Paul's School.


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exhibition centres In New Providence from July 4 to 14. The primary aim of the
Exhibition Is to show-case the visual arts to our international guests. The exhibition at
Jumbey Village will be representative of all phases of art in the Bahamas. Pictured around
the table from top to left are: Edward Yanowitz,. Veronica Ingraham, Cherry Bethel,
Angelo Roker, Jullette Barnwell, Arthur Grant, Bob Broome, James Rolle, Chairman;:
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C9755
4-BEDROOM, 1 bathroom,
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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
YAMACRAW 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, 21 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
eit. Full oil fired Central
ing, delightful small
landscaped garden. Fitted wall
1"-ibatl 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.

Choie residential lot 60 x 110
ft. Bargain price $3200.00
Apartments and Duplex lots in
Colony Village east, Golden
Gat#, Boel-Air, Tropical
Gardens, Soldier Rd. and
other good areas with easy
finance available.

A large church lot at a good
pash price or terms if required.

Residential lots at low prices in
Seabreeze Estate, Emerald
Ridge, Dannottage South
Beach Estate, Bamboo Town,
Golden Gate, Bel-Air,
Sunshine Park, Seven Hills,
.Tropical Gardens and others.
For Informatil on any of the
above or to list your property
for quick sale call Bill's Real
Estate at 23921
9702
i BEDROOM, 2 bath, living
room, den, family room,
kitchen, dining room, office,
laundry, double carport, wall
to wall carpet, airconditloned.
Yard nicely landscaped. See by
appointment oly, Blair

S BEDROOM, 2 bath, living,
dining, and breakfast rooms,
Mltchen, dan, wall to wall
Crpet, laundry, aircondltioned
off Villa-e Road.

I BEDROOM, 2' bath, living,
dining and family rooms, den,
Lage patio, wet to wall
carpet. git Vista.

. SEgftOM, 2 hstn. living
and dining *40wem, Idtchen,
aircondlUmoeN.NM Eat.


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4 UNIT APARTMENTS ach
owa beeO bi 0d7ieblm Ig an4
ftn rooM, iMtchen, one
Ith. Nicely furnished. Annual.
comne $12,000.00. Selling for
low, lw pilee.

.MMER CIAL BUILiNQ
,mto. rYear*v eaome
H ,lOO". Has three years' lease.


in High Vista. Nice quiet

C.ew i bour.


I -- "I7-i


I


C9785
FOR SALE
44 acres of choice land at Joe
Bookies' Bay just south of
Little Harbour, Abaco, with
1200 feet beach waterfront.
Phone 4-1240 6-00 p.m. to
9:00 p.m.


C9800
PRESTIGE HOMES
P. 0. Box, N1469 Nassau
Phone 24259 Day 58979
-4-1584- Night
SPECIAL BUY
OF THE YEAR
Duplex 2 2-bedrooms, kitchen,
living and dining, furnished.
Annual income $5700.00
****

Large Commercial property -
Palmdale.
Warehouse 2000 sq. ft.
Lot 75 x 100
1 bedroom apartment
3 bedroom house Good
investment.

Commercial Bldg: -
Centreville. Sound investment.
Has 3 year lease. Annual
income $10,200. 00
**r*** *
HIGHLAND PARK
3 bedroom 2 bath living room,
dining room, airconditioned,
furnished. Wall to wall carpet,
patio with BBQ Pit.
For quick action
list with us.
C9799
FOR SALE

2- ACRE PLOT SKYLINE.
Was asking $70,000.00 owner a
willing Seller for $45,000.
HOUSE, POOL AND PATIO
facing Lake. Has 3 to 4
bedrooms. Only $150,000.00
HILLTOP GROVE Gorgeous
views. See by appointment.
DAMIANOS WE SELL
REAL ESTATE. Dial 22033,
22305. 22307 Nite 41197.
C9798
FOR SALE
SHIRLEY STREET
PROPERTY approx. 22,500
sq. ft. Selling at reduced price.
Also 8,500 sq. ft. adjoining.
Price below market value.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, 2 07TEvenings 41197.
C9680
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.
C9806
LOT OUT WEST GROVE
80 by 140 only $8,000.00
LOT OUT WEST GROVE
130 on Street by 90 depth.
Asking $9,500.00

HAWKINS HILL 2-storey
corner property with three
bedrooms, 2 baths basic
furniture. Asking $25,000.00.
Come see anytime.

VILLAGE ROAD AREA 3
bedrooms 2 baths, spacious
sitting, dining area. Painted
throughout even outside.
Grounds 70 by 140 enclosed,
carport. Come make offer
$36,000.00, we can finance up
to $26,000.00. Low interest
ratMe.

NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, furnished for only
$35,000.00

BLAIR ESTATES 2
bedrooms I bath, furnished
only $35,000.00 Others up to
$64,000.00.
EAST BAY 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, spacious grounds, on y
$47,500.00 Income $7,200.
OUT EAST-WATER-
FRONTAGE From
$70,000.00 and up.


CABLE BEACH on the
waterfront with beach,
contains 6 bedrooms plus one
bedroom apartment. Asking
$85,000.00 Furnished. High
last area.

WEST BAY STREET not far
from Police Station. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, furnished,
plU den. Furniture approx.
$1, 0000, Rights to a beach.
et e al o tls year,

HILLTOP TOP HOUSES -
Out East as low as $70,000.00
and up

AN ESTATE Out East -
Sndy beach has eight
bedrooms. Plus cottage for
maids, plus caretakers cottage.
4,Car garage two swimming
pools. See is to appreciate -
the price is reasonablycheap.
Beach 14 bes Out East.


GET THE BEST deal with
DA;ANOS -o
-I, 7-ee


C9788
FOR SALE
1. Outstanding opportunity
to buy at below market
price attractive one-storey
residence with two large
bedrooms, each with
private bath and walk-in
cedar lined closet, powder
room, living room,
separate dining room, sun
room, laundry area,
kitchen, garage. Lot 97' x
130'. Price: $50,000
furnished.
2. Excellent buy in three
bedroom, two bath house
off Village Road. Living
room with dining ell, den,
kitchen, laundry, carport,
etc. Lot 100' x 100'.
$49,500 furnished
including appliances.
3. Must sell: Large, attractive
residence Vista Marina
with beach and boating
rights nearby. Three
bedrooms, living room,
separate dining room,
Bahama Room, porch,
patio, carport, etc.
Excellent fruit orchard.
$75,000 furnished. Offers
not discouraged.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. 0. Box N8164, Nassau
Tel. 2-1041, 2-1042.


C9807
2 -
units.
for


FOR SALE
STOREY contains 3
Spacious grounds-ideal
expansion. Adjoining


Racquet Club.
establi shed.
$27,500.00.
TUCKAWAY -
bedroom units.
occupancy. Good
Only $35,000.00.


Income
Asking

4 One
100%
income.


TUCKAWAY 2 bedrooms, 2
baths--Plus 2 one bedroom
units. Rental established. $500.
per month. Asking $50,000.00.

12 One bedroom 1 bath
units. Spacious apartments,
well furnished, fully occupied
- has pool, Patio, Laundry.
Loads of parking. Substantially
built .. Newly built in good
condition. Asking $250,000.00

11 UNITS Semi-Hilltop
Centreville. Good Income -
low price. See anytime.

2 Storey Motel with 12
double bedrooms, pool, patio
Plus 2 storey Manager's
residence, plus coffee shop.
Income approx. $50,000.00.
Can finance, at low interest
rates. Ideal tourist resort. Near
bridge.

HOUSE opposite Marina -
with 3 bedrooms, high and dry
off grounds. With an Office,
etc. Lots of room for
expansion.
Views of the Sea walking
distance to beach, marina and
Casino. Expensively furnished
in good taste. Come see
anytime.
8 ACRES of grounds opposite
Sailing Club. Ripe for
development. Price upon
inquiry.

GET THE BEST deal with
DAMIANOS.
Dial 22033, 22305, 22307,
Nite 41197.

WATS To RENT
C9775 BANK EXECUTIVE
seeking % bedroom house
preferably unfurnished but
furnished considered must
have swimming pool one to
two year lease. Please
telephone Personnel Manager,
BOLAM 28711 ext. 38.


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. ..



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

m EN I
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. MontrOse
Avenue. To- view, telephone
.2-3.
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.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms.
Efficiency Apartment, and also
wnM rperty for sale. Phone
t-2611


C9708
STORE SIZE 24' x 24'. East
Shirley Street. Phone 5-8196.
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.


C9642
PROSPECT RIDGE
Fully furnished garage
apartments in large private
grounds with use of swimming
pool comprising large
bed/sitting room, separate
kitche, and bathroom, orivate
patic.. 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.
C9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment -
Centreville near Z.N.S. Ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C9683
2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9742
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).
C9640
ONE EXTRA LARGE TWOC
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.
C9781
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath furnished
house for rent Claire Avenue
off Mackey Street, telephone
34528 6 p.m. 9 p.m.


C9731
Furnished houses to rent:-
NASSAU EAST 3 beds, 2
baths, B$450 per month.
CORAL ROAD, NEAR
BALMORAL CLUB 3 beds,
2 baths, B$600 very well
appointed.
ON WATERFRONT OUT
WEST 3 beds, 3 baths, wall
to wall carpeting throughout.
B$850 per month.
DELAPORTE POINT Town
House on end of terrace 3
beds, 2% baths. B$575 per
month on long lease.
WESTWARD VILLAS 3
beds, 2 baths, B$450 per
month.
ON WEST BAY STREET 3
beds, 2 baths, B$500 per
month.
OFF BERNARD ROAD 2
beds, 1 bath near Kingsway
Academy B$5300 per month.
CORAL HARBOUR 3 beds,
2 baths B$350 per month.
IN GROVE, WEST BAY
STREET 3 beds, 2 baths -
Includes family room, large
screened in back porch -
landscaped garden with
numerous fruit trees separate
dining room 8$850 or near
offer.
OFF EASTERN ROAD, SAN
SOUCI 3 beds, 2 baths -
B$550. May be let
unfurnished, with stove and
'fridge, at B$400.
WESTWARD VILLAS 4
beds, 2/3 baths available 1st
July. B$750 per month.
PROSPECT CONDOMINIUM
- 3 beds, 3 baths B$450
Incl. water.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
TO RENT:-
TOWERS OF CABLE BEACH
- 1 and 2 bedroom garden
apartments pool and beach.
No children or pets.
ARDON COURT off
Marlborough Street 1
bedroom, 1 bathroom, wall to
wall carpeting no children,
no pets
CONCHREST WEST BAY
STREET 2 beds, 2 baths -
no children, no pets on
waterfront, with swimming
pool B$750 per month
BEL AIR, WEST BAY
STREET 1 bed, 1 bath -
B$265 per month, Incl. water.
HIBISCUS BEACH, WEST
BAY STREET 1 bed, 1 bath
- B$250 exclusive, with beach
rights.
Dorothy L. Atwood Limited -
Telephone 28763, Mondays to
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


C9783
THREE BEDROOM house -
Sunshine Park. Phone 34888.
C9780
FURNISHED 2 BED ROOM, 1
BATH HOUSE AIRCON-
DITIONED AND CARPETED
5 Minute walk to Montagu
Beach Phone 28504 Day
51647Night.


C9784
UNLIMITED private fresh
water supply. Available
immediately secluded
picturesque splitlevel rustic
stone two bedroom cottage,
acre of grounds, furnished,
$160 per month. Country
estate western edge Nassau
overlooking Stapledon
Gardens. Phone owner 5-7224
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 bedrooms, plus
maid's bathroom. Available
June 1st. Long term or short
term. Furnished or
unfurnished. Please contact
2-1841 days and 2-8248
evenings.

CARS FOR SALE
C9790
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1968 FIAT 124,
Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio, Orange. $3500
1969 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI,
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD.
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER
Auto., Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIES
A/C, Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.,
R(;.' $875
19/2 PONTIAC VENTURA,
4 Dr. A/C Grey $4600
1968 JAVELIN,
1968 JAVELIN, $1400
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 Dr., Std. Green $2950
1964 DODGE S/W
Auto. Green $400
1972 FIRENZA
Auto., White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR,'
4, Dr. Std.
S/W-Yellow $650
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Inc Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


C9765 OWNER LEAVING
ISLAND 1967 Austin 1100
38,000 miles, excellent
condition, $550.00 or nearest
offer, CASH ONLY. Telephone
7-8325.
C9754
1969 Triumph 1300, good
condition, new tyres, new
battery $900. Call 42624 or
53752.

SFOR SALE
C9774 1 HEAVY DUTY
FORK LIFT. Phone 42981.
C9769 BUSH RECORD Player
plus 10 records. Tel 2-2861
Ext. 335.
C9764 TWO METAL store
display gondolas 3ft. x 16ft., In
excellent condition. Telephone
2-3214 Daytime.
C9789
GARAGE SALE
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Adults clothing, baby's
clothing and equipment, books
and tools, Also, various other
items. Saturday 12th only
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Smith
First Terrace Centreville.
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





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


C9606
BUMPE R-STICKERS;
POSTERS; DECALS;
QUALITY SIGNS In dozens, in
hundreds, In thousands. Truck
sigrA a specialty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
qtrmet.


9771 ROBERTS reel to reel
tape deck 650xD, Scott 386
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditloned/
heater, radio, seatbelts, low
mileage. Good condition.
$2,500.00 O.N.O.
L lot 100'X150' Blair Estates.
Phone B. Harris 27680, 9:00 -
5:00 Mon. to Fri.
C9795
SACRIFICE
38ft. boat 671 GM.


Commercial Lot 50 x 103
Tel: 77078

PETS FORSALE
C9802
BEAUTIFUL DACHSHUND
Puppies 8 weeks old. Both
parents AKC registered. Phone
4-1485.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C9725
26Ft. Cabin Cruls-r .... tip top
condition. Must see!
$6,000.00. Call 4-1298 Day or
night.
C9848
ONE MOTOR SAILER 24ft.
powered with 5 h.p. Stuart
Motor, sails, sleeps four, toilet
and sink, one spare outboard
Seagull, moorings and tender,
rope and anchor etc. For
information see Mr. Charles on
corner of Montrose and
Madeira Street next to Captain
Eldon Phone 5-2040.
C9794
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.

CHRIS. -CRAFT

CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

12 foot fibreglass Runabout.
Has steering and throttle
controls but no motor. Can
take up to 50 h.p. if there is
anyone to stay with it. A real
bargain at $200.00"!

24 foot Irwin Sloop 1969 In
good condition, Evinrude 5
h.p. auxiliary, dinghy and all
sails dacron. Main, 2 genoa,
storm jib, spinnaker. $4750.00

HAVE CUSTOMERS

NEED LISTINGS
AT THE DIVE SHOP

SNORKEL SPECIALS

All orange safety Snorkels,
original wrap around for the
spearfisherman, Purge Valve
Snorkels, Flexible and
adjustable Snorkels and more.
Just arrivedd ... Ladies Bikinis,
bright colours and quick drying
nylon.


Fins for the toddler. We now
stock down to child's size 5.
Come and see our beginners'
sets. Water Skilers, we now
have Skils, Ropes, Belts and
Bindings. All at NASSAU'S
MOST COMPLETE DIVE
SHOP.
P.O. Box N 1658
Telephone 248869.
C9730
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED
P. O. BOX 5453
NASSAU
USED BOATS
2i6 BERTRAM Sportsman
(1969) with 160 h.p.
Mercrulser just spent
$1,400.00. second, engine and
outdrive. $4,750.00.
20' BERTRAM Bahia Mar with
160 H.P. Mercruiser recently
antifouled with auxiliary
motor and ship to shore
$4,500.00
16' FLAGSHIP (1972) model
with 45 h.p. Chrysler engine.
Good condition. $2,000.00
24' SEA RAY (1972) with
twin 140 H.P. Mercrulsers
$11,800.00

29' WOOD SLOOP Aux.
sailboat with dingy and seagull.
Excellent condition. $6,000.00

25' BERTRAM Flybridge
Cruiser (1968). Twin 160 h.o.
engines Mercruisers radio.
$14,000.00


C9811


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


C9645
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

LOST

C9756 BROWN MINIATURE
DOG with brown collar, area
of Williams and Shirley
Streets. $100 REWARD.
Phone 7-8139.

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.
C9770
ATTENTION residents of Fox
Hill, Foxdale, Windsor,
Johnson Road estates. Here are
some of the reasons why St.
Anselm's Kindergarten school
is best for your pre-schooler:
1. It is conveniently
located
2. It is attached to a Primary
school
3. Has experienced teachers.
44. The best modern
educational equipment.
5. There are two sessions
daily.
Registration daily from
Monday May 14th. through
Friday May 18th. For further
information please call 42250.

=CARD OF TANKS I
C9793


THE FAMILY of the late
Kenneth Brown Rolle "Sirk",
who died April 23rd 1973,
wish to thank the many
relatives and friends for their
flowers and condolences during
their bereavement; especially
the doctors and nurses of the
Princess Margaret Hospital,
the staff of the Marine Dining
Room of Britannia Beach
Hotel kitchen staff; Britannia
Beach Hotel Pool and Bar.
Emerald Beach Straw Vendors.
Balmoral Club Dining Room;
Staff and Maid of Britannia
Club. Pastor L. D. Cox,
Officers and Members of Mt.
Cdrey Baptist Church and Mrs.
Gwendolyn Hanna. Also
Demeritte Funeral Home.

I ENTERTAINMENT i
DID YOU GUESS???
Allright!!
Who is she??
Dolly Levi??
Mary ,
Poppins?
-OR-
MerN

You'll find her
at the Dundas
Civic Centre
on May 26th.
Presented in .
allherglory
by the Nassau

Operatic -
Society ___


0r('(\ -'A
DON'TMISSHER! t!!

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C9804
GOODS LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD.
NASSAU BICYCLE CO. LTD.


FOR SALE


By owner, Centreville Apartment Building 11
qartments Third Terrace East Centreville.
Immediate income. Phone Harold Hoffer 28537 or
Sam.


FOR RENT

SHOP ON BAY STREET,
NASSAU ARCADE.


Apply
HAROLD HOFFER. Phone 2-8637 or 5-462.


p -~ a ~ I - a U ~ II
-. : -;


C9776 LEGAL SECRETARY;
minimum qualifications: 4
G.C.E. 0 levels lncludlng
English Language, at least three
years experience, references
required. Applications In own
handwriting to: Adv. C9774 P.
0. Box N-3207, c/o The
Tribune, Nassau. .


C9803
BICYCLES, MOTOR CY LE
mechanic required. Na$sau
Bicycle Company. Phone
28511, P. 0. Box N8171,
Nassau.
C9746
GENERAL MANAGER FbR
SHIPYARD
Minimum experience 10 yiers.
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 & idle
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,

C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate -or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE.: 5-5
years industrial Instrume/nta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate iest
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;.
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. Alio,
be able to prepare all kinds of
sandwiches and salad usually
served in a First Class Hotel.
Must be able to relieve he
Staff Cook during his absence.
Apply: William M. Hawkins'P.
0. Box N7756, Tel. 77711
Nassau Beach Hotel.
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up ard
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.
C7384
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIE$:
Read and, follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld In accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


C9792
GENERAL TELEPHONE,
DIRECTORY CO
IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR/
SALES, REPRESEN-
TATIVE
General Telephone Directory
Co. needs permanent Office
Ad min istrator /Sales
Representative. College
education required. Age 25/3p
Office and sales experience
preferred. Starting salary $159
per week commission later I
sales qualify. Will receive
training in St. Petersburg,
Florida. Must be able to travel
to U.S. occasionally and to
Family Islands. Expenses paid,
Starting date June 4, 1973.
Reply in writing stating
qualification by May 14 to
Personnel Office Manager
Gerry Sorg, P. 0. Box N30*s.
Personal interviews to be
conducted starting May 15 at
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation Personnel Office,
Chase Manhattan Building,
Oakes Field, Nassau, Bahamas.


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A MECHANICS WANTED
SMOTORS requires two
auto mechanics experienced in
all phases of automobile work.
Must have own hand tools.
Must be sober, reliable and
willIng to work. Good pay to
right man. Many fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Stunce
Williams at 2-1031.
C9796
BODY MEN WANTED
ABC MOTORS requires two
body men experienced in all
phases of automobile body
Work. Must have own small
hand tools. Must be sober,
reliable and willing to work.
Good pay to right men. Many
fringe benefits. Call Mr. Stunce
-Williams at 2-1031.
S'C9724
'LIVE-IN nanny to look after 4
Schildren and household.
SBetween 35 and 45 years. Only
Bahamlans with references
need apply to Box N1685,
Nassau.

WANTED
C9675
WANTED LISTINGS
WHY FRET? WE WELL
IUst with us for ACTION.
WANT HOUSES WITH
ESTABLISHED MORTGAGES
ALSO.
DAMIANOS REALTY Dial
22033, 223051

TRAi SERVICES
C9632
PATIO AWNINGS AND


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C9636

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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

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.
C8106
WORRY NO MORE! CALL
ABCO TO SOLVE VOUR
CLEANING PROBLEMS.
TEL: 510712-3-.4.
C9506


CARPORTS ISLAND TV SERVICE
HURRICANF "For service you can rely on"
HURRICAN Dowdeswell Street.
AWNINGS. SHUTTERS, TV antenna Booster
PANELS Sales & Service
JOPhone 22618 P. 0. Box N327
4JO.N S. GEORGE & CO. Monday Saturday 8.30 to
LTD., 5.30.
For free estimates and prompt C9.30.
service call 2-8421. C9801
C9805 USED FURNITURE WANTED
NEED FAST SERVICE? Contact D&R FURNITURE
Do you have goods in Miami OUTLET, Wulff Road East
you need in a hurry? Wells next to Wong's Grocery.
Fargo Express will deliver! For Telephone 5-9600.
service call: NASSAU 51901 WE BUY AND TRADE USED
MIAMI 758-5597. FURNITURE


GRAND BAHAMA.


CLASSIFIED '
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CARS FOR SALE HELP WANTED
'C7382 C7267
C1969 Cadillac limousine. CFI with CEI endorsement.
excellent condition, chauffeur single, full time,f or flying club
driven, low mileage, fulh in the Bahamas. Send complete
equipment, ideal for Taxi resume to P.O. Box F950,
--Service. Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama C7385
Ltd., Telephone 352-7001. C7385RONT DESK CLERK:
Experienced young person
MELP WANTED should be neat in appearance
and have a friendly and
,C7384 courteous manner, also must
..OB TITLE: STEEL be prepared to work oh shift.
'FABRICATORS (four) Minimum of one year
MINIMUM EDUCATION: experience in hotels.
Good basic education (1) ELECTRICIAN: Must be
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5 capable of testing circuits and
years experience in steel lay be able to read drawings. Also
'out and welding, should have completed
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: apprenticeship and be a
Read and follow structural qualified Electrician.
steel detail drawings, cut and (1) BOILERMAN: Maintain
weld in accordance with boilers and water softeners.
drawing specifications. Should have knowledge of air
SINTERESTED APPLICANT handling units and pumps, at
'CONTACT: Personnel least two years experience in
Department, Bahama Cement boiler room.
'-Company, P. 0. Box F-100, Apply Monday through
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Friday between 9:00 a.m.


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.,


.C7386
iGATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD. P. 0. Box F-2544,
'Freeport, has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Indystrial
3Maintenance field, Freeport,
'for the following positions.:
MAINTENANCE ZONE
-SUPERINTENDENT -
,pplicant must have
approximately 10 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
Refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
PLANNER/SCHEDULER -
I"ust have a minimum of 4
'years experience associated
"vith critical path *planning,
Friflnery or industrial plants
Including estimating,
'teheduling of needed materials,
.luipment and manpower for
iturk requirements. Must have
A'n Engineering Degree from an
accredited College. Preferably
:In Industrial Engineer but
other type with Value Analysis
Experience can apply. Ability
In Planning and cost
Estimation for new and
Modifications to existing
installations.
This Is a staff job that requires
an older man of vast General
-htustrial Experience Qualified
Applicants should reply to:
Oeputy Chief Industrial
Officer, Ministry of Labour -
,eer.port.


and 12:00 noon only, to King's
Inn & Golf Club, P. 0. Box
F-207, Personnel Department.


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-400,
Freeport, Grand Bahama..
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.
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.


'7 X GENERAL TENDENCIES: Early morning
delays soon change An influential person you
know gives you the benefit of has support Even though you
have some small annoyances, the overall aspects of today's
influences are broad in their scope so you are able to make
some long-time excellent changes
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Get busy with work at hand
and don't go off on tangents if you want good results Try to
gamn the goodwill of a co-worker Avoid one who has a chip on
the shoulder Think
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Study and arrange creative
ideas well in a.m, and you can be successful The door of
opportunity is opened for you by one you know The morning
starts slowly, but by evening all speeds up
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Study family affairs and see
where you can improve them. Appliances need repairing or
replacement, so handle them carefully Get free of tensions
that have been bothering you for some time
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 2!) Consulting with
others is best after lunch, when you can put your plans in
good working order Every opportunity is yours for being
more productive Give your attention to your work
exclusively
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) You can get those money matters
working properly, but have to study all details connected with
them A business expert is not in a good humor Avod this
person now. Contact another tune.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Plan the future more wisely
so you h- ve more of the things you want Don't let some small
lois disappoint you- Improve your appearance in some way
and feel more sure of yourself.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Quietly get into talks with
experts who can give you the information you need to solve
your problems. Then you can proceed in a positive way L isten
to what romantic attachment has to suggest for more
harmony.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Plan just how to get the
cooperation of allies for some fascinating project you have in
mind. Get into that group affair later that can be both
enjoyable and helpful to your interests Don't go to bed too
late.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Some new course
should be followed if you are to make your career more
successful. Be sure to get the backing of a bigwig Not a good
day to take action, but fine for involving yourself in some
public matter.
CAPRICORN (Dec- 22 to Jan. 20) New ideas are fine, but
make sure you put them in motion at the right time and at the
right place, and with the proper persons Be more alert to what
your goals really are Make sure they are just what you want
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) You have some long time
responsibilities and need some new system to get them
handled properly Try to please mate more in p m Avoid some
situation that could get you into trouble later
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Discuss with associates
questionable points. Get down to the policy level and make
the future more profitable and worthwhile Differences of
opinion now can prove to be good, since you learn much
Think
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those little fussbudgets who wants everything around
superperfect, but should be taught early to make allowances
for human error and to stick to the important, big things of
life. Otherwise your child will have a poor and ineffectual life
instead of a successful one. Send to schools best suited to the
mentality of your youngster Don't try to push into doing
whatever is against the nature Religion is important here
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!

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illustrated on this hand eullea
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a heart ruffed with the 4 A. ana
another club rut folowetl. 'ihen
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KLP WANTED
C7383
CHIEF ENGINEER: Must
be qualified in all phases of
Refrigeration, Air-Con-
ditioning, Plumbing, Electrical,
Carpentry, Stone Work and
Building Maintenance.
Applicant must have
experience in Supervisory
capacity and must have at least
three years experience. Police
Certificate and Good
References required.
Applicant must apply in person
to: Personnel Department, El
Casino, P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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letter, anild there must ie at
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list. No plurals: no fOrelai word.
no proper names. TODAY's
TARGET : 32 words, good ;
37 words. very good : 41 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
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By GLADSTON
ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE
on the trailing end of an 8-0 lea
set. In spite of this, they manage
before giving out 3-2 in the fir
nilht at the Donald Davis Gym.
IS-, 6-15, 10-15 and 15-12.
The rookies of the New
Heineken Gladiators found the
Law supreme and, unable to
stifle the spiking of 6ft. 4ins
Garnette Lockhart and 6ft.
2ins Brenville Thompson fell
15-5, 15-10 and 15-10 in the
second match last night.
The experienced Pizza Solos
in the third game found Ed's
Dugout the Gladiators'
brother team just as easy and
finished them off 15-3, 15-7,
11-15 and 15-3 in the night
cap.
Seven o'clock found the
Birds waiting patiently for
their opponents who failed to
show up until eight minutes
later. According to the rules,
the late comers are to lose one
point for each minute they are
late. This gave the victors the
zip lead in the first set. Adding
to this was Janet Bowe's five
point service which further
extended the lead at 13-1
before the end came.
S.A.C.A. early in the second
set began to pull themselves
together and held the Birds to
a three all tie until Bowe again
at the line with her swift
overhanders gave the Birds an
8-4 lead. This served only to
build the school girls' confi-
dence and as their forward
line paced by Linda Davis used
good sets from Denise Whylly
and Tangy Armbrister with
Patty Symonette at the line
S.A.C.A. tied up at eight all,
before the service was broken.
This placed Freddie Carroll
at the line for the Birds who
advanced 13-8 in the lead.
S.A.C.A. broke service but
failed to score and the Birds
went ahead 2-0.
Words of encouragement
coming from coach Paul Clark
saw the defending Eastern
Division Champions jump to an
early 5-0 lead when the Birds
coach Oswald Moore called a
time out. Coach Clark also
used this period to further plan
their strategy and returning to
the court with Whylly still at
the line dishing out her looping
under hand serve pushed


'-QAWTTE LO-R-ART
of the Police Royals ...
unstoppable against Heineken


IE THURSTON
E Senior Girls found themselves
d when they arrived for the frta
ed to stuff the Birds for two sets
st match of a triple header last
Paradise Island Birds won I 5-1,

S.A.C.A. 8-0 when she served
out of bounds.
The Islanders on the
turnover managed only one
point. Almost completely
disabled against the tactics of
the school girls they trailed
14-2. The Birds in a final effort
made a dash for it but came up
to six where they remained and
after a few scoreless turnovers,
S.A.C.A. in control, had Davies
ending it all on a soft drink.
Going into the fourth set
trailing 2-1, S.A.C.A. now with
their confidence returned
rallied from a 5-0 deficit to an
8-7 lead, before losing it again
10-8.
Again the Birds were shot
down by Symonette's service
and S.A.C.A. showing good
form for a possible
championship match against C.
C. Sweeting High went on to
tie the match at two all.
With both sides all keyed up
for the deciding set, service
changed six times before
S.A.C.A. took a 3-1 lead.
Carroll at the line evened up at
three all. Although they moved
ahead by four, the determined
Birds evened up at seven and
took a 10-8 lead.
At this point, the spiking of
Davies and the defensive
playing of Symonette, Whylly
and Judy Pinder seemed to pay
off as they took a 12-10 lead.
Stuck at 12 Madlyn Smith
took to the line and the Birds
after a hard fought battle
emerged victors.
The Royals against the
Gladiators concentrated most
of their shots towards the
devastating hand of Lockhart
and although the rookies fell
5-0 at the beginning of the
game they managed a hot pace.
Together with player/coach
Tom Grant C. C. Sweeting
clinched a seven all tie before
they lost the lead at 10-7.
The Police in the third set
saw Lockhart on the bench and
this made little difference as
the rookies trailed by only one
point (9-8). The Royals
without Lockhart proved weak
and the school boys took the
advantage to tie up again at 10.
However, Thompson at the
line served the Royals five
points and a 3-0 victory.
Pizza Solos strode to a 2-0
lead in the first two sets. In the
third set, chief setter Norman
Gay and spikers Gary Newbold
and Brock Barrett were
substituted.
A considerably weakened
Solo fell behind 8-0 when the
three chief players returned.
Their effort was all in vain as
they dropped that set and the
Dugouts were one up.
The fourth set displayed the
real Solos who won easily.


SOME CHANGES IN

TONIGHT'S BOXING


BAHAMAS DIVERSIFIED
Promotions, who gave fans the
great boxing show headed by
the Rolle Hudgins bout has
been plagued with sickne and
injuries befalling their fighters
for tonight's card, which
features Baby Boy RoBe, light
heavyweight champ against
American heavyweight Bobby
Uoyd.
First, Rennie Pinder,
middleweight champ,
middleweight Claudius
Woodside, Pat Curry and
manager Marty Goldstein were
all injured in an auto accident.


LEROY FAWKES, captain of Operation Progress receives from Mr. Hugh Sands the
Arthur D. Hanna floating Trophy after his team topped the Kemp Road Basketball series
undefeated.


KEMP ROAD

BASKETBALL

WINNERS


RODNEY LLOYD scored an
average of 16.75 points
per game to lead Operation
Progress to a 4-0 victory in the
recent Inter-District Kemp
Road Basketball series.
Captained by Leroy Fawkes,
Operation Progress topped the
Kemp Road Youth who ended
second with three and one, the
Pushers with two and two, the
Bull Dogs one and three and
the Stoppers who ended last,
zero and four.
Starting early in March
1973, the Ministry of
Education and Culture has
been operating a centre for
recreational activities for the
youths of Kemp Road district
on the basketball court
adjacent to the Uriah McPhee
Primary School.
Four nights weekly
instructors Tom Grant, Leroy
Fawkes and Mark Bethel under
the direction of Recreation
Officer Richard Adderley, have
held sessions in callisthenics,
volleyball and basketball for
the boys and girls of that area.
TROPHY
Following the short
basketball series, a presentation
match was held on Tuesday
and among those in attendance
were Mr. Simeon Bowe, Mr.
Franklyn Wilson, Mr. Hugh
Sands and Mr. Roderic Simms.
Mr. Bowe presented the Arthur
D. Hanna Floating Trophy to
the winners. They also received
a replica of the trophy donated
by the deputy Prime Minister.
The Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association, with
the assistance of the
Basketball Officials
Association, provided the
officials for the games.


U -- U


New Zealanders struggle


to save


a follow on


BRISTOL, ENGLAND (AP)- The New Zealand cricketers had
a raw deal from the English weather Thursday and struggled to
avoid the follow on against Gloucestershire at Bristol.


The tourists, replying to a
formidable total of 355 for 5
declared by the English side,
reached 191 for 6 by the end
of the second day.
All the luck of an English
wicket was against the New
Zealanders. They had toiled in
the field all day Wednesday,
when conditions favoured the
batsmen. Thursday they were
held up for more than two
hours by rain, and then had to
bat on a difficult wicket drying
in the sun.
Before a run had been
scored Rodney Redmond



CRAMPTON IN LEAD
FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) -
Australian Bruce Crampton,
threatening to turn the American
pro golf tour into a personal
plaything, scrambled to a four
under-par 66 and a two-stroke lead
Thursday in the first round of the
$1 50,000 Colonial National
Invitational Tournament.
Crampton, winner of the
Houston Open last week along with
two other titles last year, came to
this country as the 1957 Australlan
Open Champion and since has won
almost $1 million in prize money.
Crampton held a two-stroke
advantage over Ken Still, alone in
second at 68.
Defending Colonial titleholder
Jerry Heard heads a group at 69 -
Julius Boros, Tom Welskopf, Bobby
Nichols, Phil Rodgers and Gibby
Gilbert.
Lee Trevino had to work hard
for a 71, one over par and five back
of the pace-setting Crampton. "My
shoulder didn't bother me,"
Trevino said of the pulled muscle
that sidelined him for two weeks
and made him a questionable
starter.
"I think this hot weather helped
a lot," Trevino said.
FENCING WINNERS
FREEPORT Fencing Club held
this season's first tournament in foil
on Wednesday.
In the ladles competition
Virginia Cafferata won first place
with Helene Krawczynski the
runner up.
Michael Powell won the junior
novice competition ahead of Kevin
Bastden who came second.
Electric equipment was used.
LIVERPOOL WIN
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND (AP)
Kevin Keegan scored two first
half goals Thursday night and fired
Liverpool to a 3-0 win over
Borussia Moenchen Gladbach of
West Germany in the first leg of the
UEFA Soccer Cup Final.
ANNE WINS ON DOUBLET
WINDSOR, ENGLAND (AP) -
Princess Anne and her horse
Doublet have scored their first
victory together since winning the
European three-day equestrian title
nearly two years aoo.
Doublet, out of action with a
tendon injury for the last year, may
at in the Roval Windsor Horse


played over a ball from Mike
Procter, the South African fast
bowler, and was bowled. It was;
a shock start for the New
Zealanders, who in six previous
innings on their tour had had
opening stands averaging 100.
Worse was to follow. Glenn
Turner, the New Zealanders'
top run-getter this season was
leg before wicket to Procter for
8.
This was another setback to
Turner, who had set his sights
on the rare feat of 1,000 runs
by the end of May. His
aggregate now stands at 435
and his chances are fading.
Mark Burgess and Congdon
then steadied the rocking ship
and added 58 patient runs for
the third wicket. Congdon was
out for 32, but Burgess went
on to complete 52 before being
caught and bowled by John
Mortimore.
Five wickets were down for
170, but Ken Wadsworth
rallied the New Zealanders at
the end of the day with a fine
46 not out.
Procter, who bowled only
six overs, took two wickets for
15. Mortimore, the off-spinner,
bore the brunt of the attack
and so far has taken two
wickets for 57 in 21 overs.
Summarized scores:
Gloucestershire 355 for 5
declared (Sadiq Mohammad
184 not out, Mike Procter 85).
New Zealanders 191 for 6.
At the Oval. Essex beat
Surrey by 7 wickets. Surrey
157 and 125 (Ray East 5 for
46). Essex 243 (Boyce 83) and
43 for 3. At Worcester
Yorkshire 264 for 9 declared
and 110 for 2. Worcestershire
156 (Ron Headley 70). At
Southampton. Sussex 104 and
118 for 8 (Geoff Greenidge 61
not out). Hampshire 132. At
Oxford. Oxford University 137
and 87 for 3. Warwickshire 272
for 4 declared (Defnis Amiss
89). At. Lords. Somerset 328
(Brian Close 153, Harry
Latchman 5 for 60). Middlesex
152 for 8. At Cambridge.
Glamorgan 203 and 87 for 2.
Cambridge University 150. At
Northampton. Lancashire 202
and 56 for 6. Northamp-
tonshire 241 (Mushtaq
Mohammad 141 not out).


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NEW YORK, May II (AP)
- Reggie Jackson, Dick Green,
Ray Fosse, Tim Hosley and
Deron Johnson led a 23-hit
assault as the world champion
Oakland A's pounded the
Texas Rangers 17-2 Thursday
night.
Jackson hit a two-run
double and Green a two-run
single as the A's scored five
times in the first inning. Fosse
singled across the other
first-inning run, then hit a
two-run homer in the fifth.
Hosley, just up from the
minors, delivered a two-run
single in his first time at bat as
the A's scored five runs in the
eighth. Johnson slugged a
home run as the A's complete
the rout with four runs in the
ninth.
Ken Holtzman, 6-2, was the
winning pitcher.
Elsewhere in the American
League, Cleveland's Dick
Tidrow held Boston without a
baserunner for 5 2-3 innings,
but the Red Sox came ba.k
against reliever Jerry Johnson,
scoring three runs in the eighth
and beating the Indians 4-3.
Luis Aparicio beat out a
bunt to drive in one run in the
eighth, Carl Yastrzemrski
singled home the second to tie
the score at 3-3, then Aparicio
scored from second base on a
throwing error by Indians third

Soccer practice for

Nassau All Star XI
NASSAU All-Stars soccer
coach Dick Wilson has called
for a full turn-out of players at
the Eastern Parade ground
tomorrow at 5 p.m. for a
training session.
The team is getting into
shape to meet a Freeport side
at Freeport on Sunday, May
20.
The following players should
attend the training session:
From Red Lion: Paul Johnson,
Bob Stewart, Colin Knight,
Don Maples and Brian Seville.
From Tropigas: Randy
Rodgers, Gary Croft, Bob
Elliott, Jim Murray.
From St. Georges: Luis
Reynoso, Paco Nunez, Larry
Minns, Steve Nicolls and Pat
Louison.
From Clan McAlpine:
Norman Archibold, David
Jenner, Ray Simpson, John
Williams.
From Paradise, Mike Halkitis
and from Dynamos, P. Roach.
On July 11 the Nassau
All-Stars XI and a Freeport
side will put on a series of
Independence soccer games
here in Nassau.


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Light weight Sugar East DWivLo G
i, who formerly was Milwaukee 12 13 .480 -
tonight, cut both Detroit 13 15 A464
following a glass Baltimore 12 14 462 -
New York 1214 .462
accident. Cleveland 13 16 .448 I
Boston 11 14 A440 I
now the latest, West Division
ht Bob Freeze who hictago 16 6 .727 -
e to t o Kansas City 18 II .621 1W
duled to take on California 13 II .542 4
Tiger Brown tonight Oakland 15 14 .517 4%.
1 a th h a MinnWsota 11 12 478 5%1
Sand that bout has Texas 9 15 .375 8
cancelled. Thursday's Results
Boston 4, Cleveland 3
heless, substitute Oakland 17, Texas 2
all made up with 34 Kansas City a Detroit 2
boxing starting 8:15 Chica 4cali foResultsnia 3
the Nassau Stadium. New York 2, Minnesota 0
Milwaukee 5, Texas I
Oakland 4, Baltimore 3, 10 innings
a Detroit 4, Kansas City I
t Cleveland 10, California 3
ang o Today's Games
Baltimore (Palmer 2-2) at New
York (Kline 2-3), 7:30 p.m.
t Cleveland (Strom 1-2) at Boston
f R g S(Tiant3-3)7:30p.m.
f I nMilwaukee (Bell 4-2) at Detroit
(Lolich 1-4), 8 p.m.
Buddy Oakland (Blue 2-1) at Texas (Hand
BuddyBell. 2-1), 8:30 p.m.
retired the first 17 Minnesota (Blyleven 2-5) at Kansas
matters before Rick City (Dal Canton I-1), 8:30 p.m.
aters eore Rick Chicago (Bahnsen 4-2) at California
igled to right field. (Ryan 4-2), 11 p.m.
tarter Bill Lee, 3-0, NATIONAL LEAGUE
hitter and recorded East Division
W L Pct. GB
complete game in the Chicago 16 13 .552 -
Pittsburgh 12 1! .522 1
New York 14 14 .500 1
atek's rbi triple and Montreal 12 13 .480 2
g doubles by Ed Philadelphia 11 IS .423 3
-k and Cookie Rojas st. Louis 6 21 .222 9
West Division
d a five-run outburst San Francisco 24 10 .706 -
rth inning that lifted Houston 20 11 .64S 2%
SCincinnati 18 11 .621 3
as City Royals past Los Angeles 17 14 .548 5
it Tigers 8-2. Atlanta 10 18 .357 11
rick has now got at San Diego 1 hursd 20 .355 11
Thursday's Result
hit in 16 consecutive San Francisco 6, St. Louis 3
ames. Wednesday's Results
Chicago 9, San Diego 2
only National League Chiceag
only National League Los Angeles 8, Pittsburgh 5
eduled, Chris Speier New York 8, Atlanta I
ed his fifth Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 7
St. Louis 3, San Francisco I
ling hit of the season, Houston at Montreal, ppd., rain
n single in the fifth Today's Games
that helped San Philadelphia (Christenson 1-3) at
that helped San Chicago (Pappas 1-3), 2:30 p.m.
to a 6-3 victory over Montreal (Moore 1-2) at St. Louis
ouis Cardinals in an (Foster 0-3), 7:30 p.m.
Ne York (Seaver 3-3) at


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