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BRITISH GOVT. ASKED WHAT RESPONSE GIVEN TO

ABACO PETITION TO REMAIN A CROWN COLONY'






Future of Abaco draws heated






debate in UK House of Lords


QUESTIONS ON ABACO RAISED IN THE
before the British Parliament.


By NICKI KELLY
HOUSE OF LORDS indicate a rough time ahead for the Bahamas Independence Bill when it comes


Council for a Free Abaco is




soliciting world support to




stay British Crown Colony

By NICK KELLY
THE COUNCIL FOR A FREE ABACO is presently soliciting local and international support in
its efforts to retain British Crown Colony status after the Bahamas becomes independent on July


A ten-page document
outlining the case for Abaco
has been prepared and is in
circulation to those from
whom the Council hopes to
elicit "manpower, planning,
finances and individual
commitment" to reach those in
a position to influence the
outcome of their appeal.
The booklet -
"Independence and Freedom
arp not Synonyms" states
that such activity requires the
"proper counsel to contact
sufficient number of persons in
the news media, to reach the
portant ptical figures and.
tre public at large.

POLICE PROBE

BAHAMIAN'S

STREET MURDER
MIAMI: METRO police are
seeking information on the
cold-blooded murder of the
father of five children who had
arranged a block party to
entertain children in his
neighbourhood on the night of
April 30.
Rudy Smith, 36, a popular
and likeable community-mind-
ed citizen of 7441 NW 21st.
Ave., was shot to death at NW
19th Ave. and 74th Terr. about
9:15 p.m. a report in the
Miami Times said.
Smith, a maintenance man
for Eastern Air Lines, had
permission from Metro to
barricade the street for the
party. A junkanoo band was in
full swing and more than 100
people were enjoying the party
when an auto tried to drive
through the blockade. Smith
got into a heated argument
with the occupants of the car
when he refused to let them
drive through the street.
Several minutes after the
men had left, a young boy
summoned Smith and told him
his wife, Naomi, wanted to see
him at home. On his way.to his
apartment in the James E.
Scott Homes he was met by a
group of young men who shot
him in the chest and in the
back of the head. He died
immediately.
The scene of the shooting is
one of' the toughest
neighborhoods in the area.
Police have several good leads
to the murderers, but many
people who were in the
immediate area of the shooting
have refused to come forth and
give information to the police
The Times article said.
Rudy Smith, originally of
the Bahamas, was the brother
of professional baseball player
Fred "Papa" Smith.
He is survived by his parents,
his wife, five children, four
brothers and two sisters.

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES

ROBERT T. HIRST
Optometrist
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 352-5906


"It is up to you to decide if
you will contribute one or
more of these resources to our
mutual cause," it adds,
Page 9 details the steps
which the Council for a Free
Abaco intends to follow and
which are now "in active
movement."
The first says that the
Council intends to use its own
resources to prepare the
necessary case law and research
"that will show the Crown and
the World that we have a legal
right to self-determination and
freedom from an enforced
geop.olitic ally formed
'government at a distance'.
The Council said it had
engaged "able counsel to
represent us in the Bahamas,
the United Kingdom, the
Organization of American
States (OAS) and the United
Nations."
LEGAL RESEARCH
At the same time legal
research was in progress in
England. "Its fruits are being
distributed to the Crown's
government in an attempt to
re-establish our obvious right
to Crown protection and
Crown Colony status," the
report said.
Members of the British
Parliament were also being
consulted and "impressed with
the problems. Many will help
us to fight for our rights," the
council declared.
Secondly the news media
was being involved. "By
complete, honest and open
communication" the Council
said it was providing them with
facts which they could
disseminate to their readers
and viewers.
"When the public relations
aspect of the truth abcut the
situation becomes widely
known, support of the public
and its power will come to the
forefront."
Third, the political figures
necessary to preserving Abaco's
requested status would, "with
the stimuli of public opinion,
become motivated to fight for
that which is right and
therefore for the freedom of
Abaco."
The Free Abaco Council
pointed out that the three
avenues mentioned were not
the only ideas it had "to
preserve our freedom."
BY YOU
"Whether your grandchild
grows up a free Abaconian or
an alien resident of a foreign
power is going to be
determined by you," the
Council concluded.
The Council's manifesto
declared that "there is no
freedom for the Abaconians in
rule from New Providence and
no possibility of fairness from
a government that is dedicated
to racism, committed to false
economic policies and so
nationalistic as to threaten its
future by inviting foreign
experts to leave and make way
before sufficient time has
elapsed to train the unskilled
on the islands for the jobs that
could otherwise properly be
theirs in the future."
It then goes on to cite other
precedents where nations have
broken away from their larger,
stronger and more vocal


neighbours. Named were
Pakistan and India, Nigeria,
Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad
Tobago and Anguilla.
Also dealt with is the
dissolution of the West Indies
Federation.
Dealing specifically with
Anguilla with whom Abaco has
been compared, the Council
noted that the Anguillans had
opposed continued association
with St. Kitts which the British
were trying to force on them.
In mid-1967 Anguilla
declared her independence and
virtually seceded from the
associated state of St.
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
IGNORED
Great Britain ignored the
Anguillans appeal for the
return of direct British rule
pending elections by which
they would form an individual
associated state, the Council
said.
The British government
viewed the affair as an internal
matter of the St.
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla associated
state and therefore the de facto
government. The only move
made to attempt to get
Anguilla to accept some form
of reassociation with St. Kitts.
This proved fruitless and
Anguilla approached the
United Nations asking for
independence under the U.N.'s
resolution 1514 which states
that any colony, however
small, however unready, had
the right to instant
independence.
When the Anguillan request
for Crown Colony status was
refused, Anguilla then declared
independence.
The result was that the
British sent in troops. When
Anguilla continued to refuse
association with St. Kitts it was
finally taken under the
protection of the Crown.
The Free Abaco Council
quoted the words of Foreign
Secretary Sir Alec
Douglas-Ilome, then in
Opposition, when he said that
the British government's
handling of the Anguilla
situation had from the start
been a "story of mis-
management, miscalculation,
misjudgment and ineptitude.
IRONIC FACT
"With the examples of the
Falkland Islands, and now
Anguilla, the reputation of
Britain cannot afford any more
such displays."
Ironically it was Sir Alec
who opened the Bahamas
Independence conference in
London last December.
Another member of
Parliament, Mr. Bernard
Braine, wondered after the
Anguilla episode how this
squarede d with the assurance
given to the people of Anguilla
that it was no part of our
purpose to put them under an
administration under which
they did not wish to live."
With "the lesson of Cuba in
mind, the Free Abaco Council
says that if Abaco is to remain
a part of the true 'free world,'
we must pool our brains,
energies and money for a
direct programme that will
preserve our liberty, keep us in
the world of progress and
freedom from need."


And one member has
suggested that since the
Bahamian population was
known to "stone tourists," and
the government to insist on
"inefficient bank clerks," it
would be a "good lesson in the
facts of economic life" if
Abaco were to become another
(Cayman Islands to the
Bahamas.
The exchange between
government and the
Opposition is contained in the
Ilansard of May 3 when Lord
Belhaven and Stenton asked
what action the British
government proposed in
response to past and present
representations by Abaco to
become a Crown colony when
the Bahamas becomes
independent.
Earl Ferrers replied that
Britain had refused the.request
last December when
representations were made to
allow Abaco to secede from
the Bahamas. "The question
has not been raised with Her
Majesty's government since
then," he said.
Lord Belhaven maintained,
however, that the Bahamas had
been united with Great Britain
for longer than England and
Scotland had been united.
Therefore the inhabitants of an
area such as Abaco, who have
been connected with Britain
for so many years, were
entitled to more consultation
than they had been given in
view of the "very large changes
which are going to be brought
about in their future."
If the British government
was not satisfied about what
the views of these people were,
they should be entitled to be
consulted as much as the
people of Ulster, Malta,
Gibraltar or the Falkland
Islands, he said.
INTEGRAL PART
Earl Ferrers' response was to
insist that Abaco was an
integral part of the Bahamas,
and the British government was
prepared to consider the
"clearly expressed desire of the
Bahamas Parliament for
Independence".
Threfore, he added, "they
could not acquiesce in any
fragmentation of the
Bahamas."
The Earl of Lauderdale
wanted to know if Earl Ferrers
would say whether he regarded
self-determination as an
over-riding principle, and if he
did, would he be able to say
that he was willing to adhere to
the principle whichever way it
went.
Earl Ferrers replied that in
the 1972 election, the
Opposition Free National
Movement did not oppose
independence in principle but
argued that it should come at a
slower pace.
"When the independence
resolution was passed in the
Bahamas Parliament there was
not one dissident vote," he
argued.
Referring to tourists being
stoned and inefficient bank
employees in offshore firms,
Lord Clifford of Chudleigh
suggested that it might be a
good lesson in economics to
the Bahamas government if
Abaco retained its present
status and so became to the
Bahamas what the Cayman
Islands are and were to
Jamaica.
IMPRACTICAL
Earl Ferrers pointed out that
Abaco had a population of
6,000 out of a total Bahamas
population of 170.000. "1
think it would be impracticable
to separate this particular
island from the remainder of
the Bahamas." he said.
Viscount Massereene and
Ferrard wanted to know if the
Earl would agree that Britain
would not want what
happened with Anguilla and St.
Kitts to happen in the
Bahamas.
"Is there not a danger that


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this might happen if the people
of Abaco do not have their
self-determination?" he asked.
"Is it not logical, since we
always respect the wishes of
people who want
independence, that we should
respect the wishes of those
who want their country to
remain a Crown colony?"
Earl Ferrers said he could
only assure him that the British
government was concerned to
consider the wishes of the
people of the Bahamas.
"That is why they took note
of the Bahamas Parliament's
resolution. I can only repeat,"
he said, "that not one member
of the Opposition or of the
government parties voted
against the resolution."
Lord Brockway wondered if
it would not be desirable if all
the countries in the ('aribbean,
including St. Nevis and
Anguilla met to decide these
difficult issues which arose as
independence was gained.
Earl Ferrers advised the
Lords that there had been a
conference in the U.K. with
representatives of the Bahamas
to try and thresh out what was
the right way to go towards
their independence.
"This has been done: and
with great respect to Lord
#rockway, I should not think
that a new conference at this
juncture within the Caribbean
would be of great assistance."
CLEAR INTENTION
Lord Shepherd, who visited
the Bahamas in 1968 to discuss
the question of constitutional
advance, said that a
Constitution was arranged for
the Bahamas some
four-and-a-half years ago with
the "clear intention that the
Bahamas would go into
independence and that at no
stage was there any dissent
within the Bahamas about
going into independence.
"The fact is," he continued,
"that there has been an appeal;
it has been disallowed and has
not been pursued."
Lord Shepherd felt that in
the interestsof the Caribbean
it would be best to leave this
now and to hope that the
Bahamas as a united country
would prosper and succeed in
its democratic processes.
Earl Ferrers said he agreed
entirely. "Over the past several
years there has been a distinct,
direct and positive movement
towards independence and this
is its culmination," he noted.
Lord Belhaven and Stenton
asked if it was not a fact that
in the vote on the
independence resolution the
Opposition had walked out, as
was the custom in the
Bahamas, "and therefore the
fact that there was a
unanimous resolution means
precisely nothing."
54 ABSENT
(According to The Tribune's
files, 54 House and Senate
members were absent when
votes were taken on resolutions
giving formal legislative
recognition to the electorate's
decision at the polls on
September 19 to support
government's independence
programme.
(When the vote was taken in
the House 2 a.m. November 3,
1972. half the Opposition
members and almost a third of
the government represi itatives
were absent.)
Former Bahamas governor
Lord Thurlow observed that
"whatever sympathy one may
have for the views of particular
groups caught up in the process
of constitutional change, it is
really not possible, two months
before the agreed transfer of
power, for a colony to
contemplate fragmentation.
especially in the absence of
support from either the elected
Ministers or the elected
Opposition."
Earl Ferrers agreed.
The Earl of Lauderdale
pointed out that the British


he called a "dramatic change
negotiation sessions.
Mr. Williams said there are
only two remaining issues to be
settled, and they "should be
ironed out" on Monday.
At the same time, however,
he warned that his union's
attitude was "to hell with the
law" governing strike action.
tie maintained that a strike
vote by members of the
Bahamas Engineering, Fuel,
Service and Allied Workers'
Union on Wednesday night was
legally within the
"constitutional rights" of the
workers, even though a
provision of the Industrial
Relations Act requiring
Ministry of Labour supervision
of strike votes was not
compiled with.
lIe said the BEC workers
will leave their jobs "anytime
we think we are ready to
strike." The Act requires a
53-day "cooling-off" period
between the registration of a
dispute in this case March 27
and the taking of strike
action. The law also empowers
Labour Minister Clifford
Darling to effectively outlaw a
work stoppage by workers
involved in the supply of
electricity, an essential service.
"We maintain that the
Ministry has too much say in
what the unions do now. But
as far as we are concerned, we
are ready to move now.
NOT FAIR
"I am not dealing with the
Act," he declared. "I don't
think the Act is fair to the
unions. Government wrote that
law specifically to hold the
unions down. We are through
dealing with legalities.
"We struck under the UBP
and it was illegal under the law
and if we strike again it will be
illegal but that doesn't matter.
"Anytime we think we are


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APPROVALiI PRINCIPL i YEN


APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE GIVEN

TO HUGE OIL TERMINAL, AND --



Swiss & German firms



want to build $300m.



Soil refinery at G.Bahama

By NICK KELLY
TWO MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES, one Swiss
a and the other German, are seeking government approval for the
of multi-million dollar construction of a second transhipment
ty terminal and a second oil refinery at Grand Bahama, The Tribune


the greater Britain's obligation.
"And that we should not
allow the smallness of this
minority to deter us from
fulfilling that traditional and
historic obligation, particularly
when our performance in this
matter will be watched
elsewhere in the world."
The Earl of Lauderdale
maintained that the argument
about fragmentation "comes ill
from a government of either
side in this country which has
seen the fragmentation of one
colony after another."
MINORITIES
Earl Ferrers agreed that
small minorities should be
taken into account and this,
was what Britain had done.
"It is our belief." he said,
"that to fragment this
particular island from the rest
of the Bahamas would be to do
a great disservice to the whole
of the Bahamas and to this
particular island."
Lord Belhaven wanted to
know if it wasn't better to have
fragmentation now than three
years later, as happened in
Anguilla.
Earl Ferrers asserted that
"we have no evidence at all to
show that the idea which my
noble friend has postulated
would come about."
Lord Shepherd thought if
deplorable that this should be
put as a possibility at this
stage.
Earl Ferrers said he thought
it a "great pity that that has
been suggested," and added
that he believed "that it is
without foundation."


LORD THURLOW
... against'fragmentation'

go vern ment had
long-standing tradition
protection of minorities anr
that the smaller the minority


learned today.
Approval in principle has
been given to Atlantic
Terminal and Tanker Services
of Lausanne, Switzerland for a
terminal planned tor the
eastern end of Freeport on
land owned by the Grand
Bahama Development
Company.
The negotiations with
A.T.T.S. are still subject
however to agreement being
reached with government on
the use of the sea bed, an
informed source said.
The Swiss firm intends to
use supertankers to import at
least 30 million tons a year of
crude oil from the Middle East
for re-shipment to shallow
draft ports on the East Coast
of the United States.
Representatives of A.T.T.S.
are expected in Nassau during
the week of May 28 for further
discussions with government
and the Grand Bahama
Development Company on the
project.
OIL REFINERY
The estimated vlaue of the
terminal and the refinery has
not yet been established. The
Tribune was told.
On Monday representatives
of the steel conglomerate
Thyssen Stahlusion of
Dusseldorf, Germany, will
meet with government to
negotiate the construction of a
$300 million oil refinery to be
built on government land in
the vicinity of South Pelican
Point at the eastern end of
Grand Bahama.
It is estimated the project


will involve the lease of 500
acres of Crown Land from the
Bahamas Development
Corporation with equity
participation by government in
the development.
In November last year a
formal agreement for the
establishment of a $30 million
deepwater petroleum terminal
for supertankers was signed by
Burmah Oil Tankers Ltd. and
the Bahamas Industrial
Company Ltd., a joint venture
corporation.
The terminal has been
designed to accommodate up
to 350,000 ton tankers
bringing in crude oil from the
Middle East. Its initial capacity
will be 100 million barrels per
year with provision for
expansion to 150 million
barrels annually.
The terminal will be built at
South Riding Point, Randd
Bahama
The Bahamas first entry into
the petroleum field came seven
years ago with the
establishment of the $170
million Bahamas Oil Refining
Company.
When the company's recent
expansion is completed the
refinery will have a tptal
capacity of *00,060 banra a
day.
BUDGET DEBATE
The extent of the industrial
development planned for
Grand Bahama was first
revealed during April's Budget
debate, by Bahamas
Development Corporation
chairman Alfred Maycock.
Mr. Maycock said that in the
previous weeks the Ministry of
Development had been
discussing investments totalling
$750 million, and expected to
meet the following week with
more potential investors.
"An agreement in principle
was signed on March 22, 1973
whereby government has had a
commitment from a firm to
put into the coffers of this
country some $7.7 million
annually and after 12 years it
will be $11.3 million," he told
the House.
"With two additional
projects to which we have also
given approval in principle, we
are talking about $31 million a
year in new revenue, rising to
$45 million a year after 12
years. There are also
concessions of equity
participation. in these
operations," he said.

Spanish Wells lady

dies in Miami
MRS Edna Esteel Sawyer,
79, of 6251 SW 22 Street,
Miami, died in a Miami hospital
Thursday. A native of Spanish
Wells, Mrs. Sawyer went to
Miami eight months ago.
She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. James R.
Roberts, and Mrs. Mercay
Pinder both of Miami; one
brother Adams Pinder and a
sister Uphemia Pinder, both of
the Bahamas; six
grandchildren, I I
great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be held at
the Carl F. Slade Bird Road
Funeral Home, 8231 Bird
Road, Miami, at I p.m.
Monday. Interment will be in
Miami Memorial Park.
Mr. Ted Pinder, one of her
grandsons, and his wife, Judy,
will leave for Miami tomorrow
to attend the funeral.


in management's behaviour" at

ready to strike, we will. Our
labour belongs to us and if I
decide to withdraw my labour
and stay home that's my
business.
"As far as the law is
concerned, to hell with the
law. The sooner Pindling
amends that law the sooner we
will have industrial peace in
this country," he said.
Despite his strongly-worded
statement on the union's view
of the law's restrictions on
strike action, Mr. Williams
expressed hope there will be no
need to challenge the law.
"There has been a dramatic
change in management's
behaviour," he said. "They're
talking seriously now."
UNRI:SOLVED POINTS
fie said that following a
meeting with management on
Thursday, the only unresolved
points are the question of a
cost of living clause, entitling
the union to call for wage
re-negotiations during the life
of the contract if the cost of
living rises a certain amount,
and the question of union
officials conducting union
business while on the job.
"1I am more than hopeful we
can iron these out on Monday.
I wouldn't say I'm optimistic,
but I'm hopeful,
Mr. Williams attributed
management's "dramatic"
change in behaviour to the fact
management is "coming under
pressure from three directions.
"Everyone agrees if we
strike it would hurt the tourist
industry, the powers that be
don't want a strike by us to
interfere with the
independence celebrations, and
I believe the majority of the
members of the public
sympathize with the workers."


Union chief expects BEC



settlement on Monday

By MIKE LOTHIAN
ENGINEERING UNION PRESIDENT Dudley Williams is
"more than hopeful" there will be a settlement Monday in the
dispute with the Bahamas Electricity Corporation, following what


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ELLSBERG THREATENS TO SUE NIXON & OTHERS
LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles federal Pentagon Papers case is
dead, and now the defendants are saying, in effect, long live the Pentagon
Papes case. Defendants Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo say the issue is
far from resolved, and they'll sue President Nixon for conspiracy to deprive
them of their civil liberties in the cane.
The ce was dropped by Judge Matt Byrne yesterday largely because of
government wiretap on defendant Ellsbers. Also brought out In the
Magthy trial was White House involvement in snooping on tbe defeadap
Esberg says he and Russo will bring suit against all those who he says
conspired against them. And he says President Nixon appears to be the
ringleader. (eSEE STORY THIS PAGE)
NIXON WAS WARNED SAYS GRAY OF F.B.I.
WASHINGTON (AP) Various news accounts quote former acting
F-B-I Director, Patrick Gray, as saying that he told President Nixon 19
days after the Watergate arrests he was disturbed at the role White House
aides appeared to be playing in the F-B- I investigation. Some accounts
quote Gray a telling Senaite investigators former White House aide John
Ehrilchman intervened to cancel a meeting set-up by Gray to explore the
possibility the C-I-A. played a role in the Watergate bugginjt.
lhe meeting would have been between F-B-I and C-I-A officials.
On April 30, Nixon told the nation that he repeatedly asked and was
repeatedly assured there was no reason to believe any member of the
administration was in any way involved.

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE FOR NIXON
NEW YORK (AP) The nation's Republican governors have declared
support for President Nixon at a meeting in New York City. New York
Governor Nelson Rockefeller told his peers yesterday that the severity of
attacks on President Nixon in the Watergate affair may produce a political
backlash in Nixon's favour. Then followed the vote of confidence.

SAYS NIXON & AGNEW SHOULD CONSIDER RESIGNING
WASHINGTON (AP) Congressman Henry Reuss (Royce) said today
President Nixon and Vice-President Agnew should consider resigning. The
Wisconsin Democrat said they should let House Speaker Carl Albert head a
coalition government.
Speaking in a broadcast interview (CBS RADIO), Reuss said if the
Watergate scandal occurred in a European country there's no question that
a new government would take power.
The White House said today great care will be taken to avoid any
conflict of interest situation when President Nixon seeks the advice of his
new unsalted aide, John Connally on Watergate matters. The question
arose because Connally's law firm represents Gulf Resources and Chemical
Corporation. The firm is now under grand jury investigation for
contributions that have been traced to one of the Watergate conspirators.
PLEADS GUILTY OF DISTRIBUTING FILTHY LETTER
TAMPA, FLORIDA (AP) Florida accountant George Hearing pleaded
guilty today In Tampa to charges of distributing a filthy letter charging two
Democratic presidential candidates with sexual misconduct. Hearing and
alleged political saboteur Donald Segretti have been accused in a two count
federal indictment returned last week in Orlando.
The Indictment charges both men with publishing the letter on the
campaign stationery of Senator Edmund Muskie and with conspiring to
distribute it. Segretti is scheduled to be arraigned in Tampa next Thursday.
S. OF S. ROGERS ON EXTENSIVE LATIN-AMERICAN TOUR
WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of State William P. Rogers takes off
Saturday on a 17-day tour aimed to forge closer economic ties between the
United States and Its once dependent Latin American neighbours.
The Secretary will stress mutual economic interests and a "more mature
partnership" as he talks to government leaders in Mexico, Nicaragua,
Venesuela, Colombia,.Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Jamaica.
The tour is the most extensive by a presidential representative since Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller visited 20 countries in 1969 and ran into repeated
instances of violence and demonstrations. Rogers hopes to avoid that by
limiting himself to eight countries and by emphasizing the administration's
swin saway from old-style Uncle Sam paternalism.
Ropgers has been to Mexico and Costa Rica, but never to South America
during almost 52 months In office. He is expected to make a major policy
address in Bogota, his fourth stop, and will attend the installation of
President Hector Campors in Argentina on May 25.
EIGAT INJURED IN BOMB BLASTS IN N. IRELAND
LFAST, NOR4IERN IRELAND (AP) Eight p including an
over police agent and the saster-n-law of Romanu atholic legislator
B tte Deviln, were wounded in bomb blasts in Ifrthern Ireland on
Frday. A government official was gunned down in a Belfast Street.
The SAnt and 21-year-old Colette McAliskey were injured when the
pee offer's sports car blew up near Belfast's heavily guarded city
center.
Police said the auto had been booby-trapped by Irish Republican army
guerrilas. The charge exploded when the officer switched on the engine.

NOT AS ALL-EMBRACING AS AT FIRST THOUGHT
ROME (AP) A secret Vatican document bars Pope Paul's new
commission on women from investigating even the possibility of admitting
women to the priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church, a Rome paper
said Friday.
The 26-member commission that Pope Paul announced a week ago was
Instructed that "from the very beginning of tle research the possibility of
the sacred ordination of women must be ruled out," the Rome weekly
magazine COM said quoting from the secret paper.
COM, published by a group of liberal priests and laymen, carried large
aseaioe of the text which It said had been circulated by the Vatican
Seretarieat of State among high-ranking prelates.

TORNADOES WREAK MASSIVE DAMAGE IN TWO STATES
WASHINGTON (AP) Tornadoes. hail and high winds swept across
Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas today, king three persons and
injuring 0 otlhes in the Ozark gateway city of Joplin.
SOhio, four persons were killed and scores w are Injured Thursday as
a doses twisters touched down.
The storm hit Joplin, a city of 38,500, at 8 a.m. EDT. today, minutes
after the city's tornado warning sirens sounded. Emergency crews said
damage was massive throughout the city. Trees wre felled, roofs torn
away and windows smashed.

BEIRUT BOUNCES BACK TO LIFE
BEIRUT (AP) Palestinian guerrillas kept up their pinprick border raids
Fiday with little effet on the three-day-old cease-fire.
sanhk and beaches bounced back to life in athe capital.
heps reopened, government employees reported for work for the first
time n anine days and the Mediterranean coast was crowded with swimmers
and suabethees. Beirut had its first traffic jams since hostilities erupted
between the Lebaness army and the guerrillas.
A 24-hour curfew was relaxed for nine hours during the day. Opposition
members of Parliament began clamouring for repeal of the state of
emergency declared Monday night.


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LOS ANGELES (AP)- The Pentagon Papers turia J
dismissed all espionage, theft and conspacy cha
Daniel Ellsberl and Anthony Russo.
The judge said he is both have decided tc
declaring a mistrial and mistrial and d
dismissing all charges because charges," cheering
of government misconduct the courtroom ar
which he said began iarly in Ellsberg arose and
the trial but culminated in the to where his wiff
W a t e r gate W h it e andhuggedher.
House involvement in the There were teal
burglary of Ellsberg's of happiness amo
psychiatrist's office and the of young legal ai
last minute revelation of a worked with thed
wiretap on Ellsberg. nearly from the
U.S. district court judge Ellsberg was indic
Matt Byrne said he believes the Judge Byrne,
defendants should never be prepared decision
tried again on these charges. He clear he was not d
said he declared the dismissal case solely beca
to prevent the threat that they wiretap disclosure
might ever again be prosecuted said it was bas


on the charges.
"The conduct of the
government has placed this
case in such a posture it
precludes the fair and
dispassionate consideration of
issues by the jury," he said.
He said his decision was
influenced by the "bizarre
events" revealed in the last two
weeks.
"As the record makes clear,
I have attempted to require the
government and allow the
defendants to develop 11
information available on the
issues disclosed here," he said.
But he said the government
had moved too slowly and
"there remained more
questions than there are
answers."
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CIA deputy put

stop on agency

help forburglary

WASHINGTON (AP)-
Former CIA deputy director
Robert Cushman told
Congressmen Friday he
ordered the agency to stop
cooperating in what became
the burglary of Daniel
Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office.
He said he concluded that E.
Howard Hunt "was of
questionable judgment."
Gen. Cushman, now Marine
Corps commandant, told the
House intelligence
subcommittee he telephoned
White House aide John D.
Ehrlichman and told him of his
appraisal of Hunt, convicted
Watergate conspirator who
helped engineer the burglary.
"I also advised him that in
my opinion Mr. Hunt was of
questionable judgment,"
Cushman testified. "He should
know better than to even ask
for such support."
Cushman said he ordered the
agency to provide Hunt with
disguises and other equipment
that was used in the burglary
of Ellsberg's psychiatrist's
office but said he did not know
how it was going to be used.
Chairman Lucien N. Nedzi,
(D-Mich.) said he was
convinced from Cushman's
testimony that the Marine
commandant did not know the
CIA had been connected with
the burglary until the public
disclosure in the press.,
"He knew Mr. Ehrlichman
was representing the
President," Nedzi said, "and as
a result he was not using the
caution he normally would."
Nedzi said he believed the
significance of the testimony
was that even after Cushman
told Ehrichman he questioned
Hunt's judgment, Hunt
remained on the White House
staff and participated in the
burglary a week later.
Further, Nedzi said, Hunt
went on to join President
Nixon's re-election campaign
and was caught in the burglary
of the Democratic
headquarters in the Watergate
office building.
Cushman's basic testimony
was presented to the House
subcommittee in an affidavit
which was released to
newsmen.
Nedalzi said Cushman told the
Congressmen he began to
question Hunt's Judgment
because of Hunt's "Increasing
demands on the agency" when
Hunt had said originally he
needed its help only for a
single interview with an
unspecified person.
Cushman said in the
affidavit that he cooperated
with Hunt because of
Khrichman's request July 7,
1971, for him to do so -


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1972 but a
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had moved for
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laws.
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Byrne said he
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say immoral."
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190 NEW YORK (AP)- The
Daily New said Friday it has
learned L. Patrick Gray III has
U aSSO told Senate investigators that
former U.S. presidential aide
I gUW John D. Ehrlichman
"inhibited" the 'FBI's
investigation of the Watergate
ISe Friay affair almost from the outset.
ires against The news, in its Saturday
editions, said it has learned
o declare a that Gray, former acting FBI
dismiss the Director, told the Senate's
broke out in Watergate committee he
id defendant followed Ehrlichman's
walked over directives only after he
e-Patricia sat "satisfied" himself that
president Nixon was aware of
rs and shrieks Ehrichman's actions.
ng the group In a related development,
des who had th,; American broadcasting
defense team Company (ABC) said on its TV
e day that news show Friday that Gray
:ted in 1971. has told government
reading a investigators he told the
n, made it President last July 6 that
dismissing the someone was trying to impede
iuse of the the Watergate investigation.
e but rather The network cited sources
ed on "the close to the investigation as the
t has been basit for its report.
last several The account in the news said
Gray told the Senate
Russo's first investigators he had called a
tarted in July meeting between top FBI and
mistrial was CIA executives for June 28, 11
member. The days after the break-in at
n in January. Democratic National
the defense Headquarters. Gray called that
dismissal of meeting, the news quoted him
as saying, because FBI agents
nard Boudin were suspicious of CIA
ge to hear involvement in Watergate.
several issues The morning of June 28,
raised in the several hours before the
trial meeting was scheduled, Gray
ment secrecy was told by Ehriichman that,
of espionage "I've cancelled your meeting,"
the news account of Gray's
Senate testimony said.
LPERS The newspaper quotes Gray
or a dismissal as telling Senate investigators
wiretap, but he that he tried to impress upon
a hearing be Ehriichman his suspicions of
d out all the CIA involvement and of the
missing records possibility that secret funds
Ellsberg. given to the Nixon re-election
had received effort may have been CIA
nation on the money. Ehrlichman still
the wiretap refused to permit the meeting,'
office. the News quotes Gray as
ment," said saying.
prevented any The News did not cite its
in educate sources for the story.
subject by a The News also said Gray had
and I mig told staffers of the Senate
committee that:
closed that he It was also on June 28
wo logs of that he received in
operations of Ehrlichman's office from
louse official former White House counsel
i, at whose John W. Dean III two file
s telephone folders and was told "these
tapped. should never see the light of
said the day." Gray told the Senate
on Halperin investigators that he took the
Halperin, a files to his Connecticut home
o presidential and kept them hidden for six
Kissinger, was months, burning them over the
telephone to a Christmas holidays without
r surveillance, ever having looked at them.
id the loas of That report contradicts
nid they are earlier statements from Sen.
ficance to thi Lowell P. Weicker of
o not discuss Connecticut, who said Gray
er that would had told him he had the files
involved in burned several days after
he judge said. receiving them.
d keep them Gray was so concerned
id keep them about "the runaround" his
agents were getting from White
RY House aides and staffers of the
ne said the reelection committee that he
not told him telephoned Clark MacGregor in
it would clear San Clemente, California, early
f the m the m the morning of July 5.
for Ellsberg Gray is quoted as having
is home. told MacGregor he was
Ad reore "convinced" the FBI and CIA
Mad reported were being "used and abused"
overheard on by "persons around the
S d President." Gray is said to have
*taps and urged MacGregor, who was
Le of the calls then in charge of the reelection
p during a committee, to tell Nixon of
lperin's home those suspicions. It was one
The FBI said day later that ABC says Gray
ere made in made the revelations to Nixon.
The New said Mrs.
neys urged, as MacGregor recalled in a
ursday, that conversation with the
en. John N. newspaper on Friday that the
haps President July 5 conversation between
ned about the her husband and Gray did take
place.


By Frank Cormnier
WASHINGTON (A?) Henry A. Kissinger and Hanoi's Le Due
The will return to the Paris conference table next Thursday to
renew the search for a stable Vietnam Peace, the White House


mnounced Friday.
Kissinger, who conducted
the original peace talks with
Tho in Paris, is expected to
devote three or four days to
the new round of meetings.
After the White House last
month signaled a likely
Kissinger-Tho conference for
mid-May, North Vietnamese
representatives in Paris raised
questions about such plans.
Hanoi sources suggested talks
could not be held until the
United States resumes the
clearing of its mines from
North Vietnamese ports and
renewed talks on American
economic assistance to the
Hanoi government.
Asked if minesweeping and
aid talks are being resumed,
White House press secretary
Ronald L. Ziegler said, "this is
one of the topics to be
discussed in Paris."
Kissinger, President Nixon's
assistant for national security
affairs, and Tho, a member of
the North Vietnamese
Politburo, last met in Hanoi on
Feb. 10.
Reading a joint statement by
the two governments, Ziegler
said Washington and Hanoi
"have agreed to hold discussion
in order to review the
implementation of the Paris
agreement on ending the war
and restoring peace in Vietnam
and to find measures to bring
about the strict implementa-
tion of that agreement."
TROUBLE SPOTS
Asked what sections of the
accord were causing difficulty,
Ziegler said the United States
looks for strict observance of
Article 7 on troop infiltration,
Article 15 calling for
recognition of the
demilitarized zone between the
two Vietnams, and Article 20
which calls for the withdrawal
of foreign forces.
Nixon devoted much of
Friday morning to diplomatic
concerns. He met first with
Kissinger who returned
Thursday night from extensive
talks in Moscow intended to
clear the way for a visit here,
probably in late June, by
Soviet Communist Party chief
Leonid Brezhnev.
Kissinger also stopped
briefly in London on his way
home for talks with officials
there.
After receiving Kissinger's
reports on his travels, Nixon
and Kissinger met with
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers who is leaving Saturday
on a 17-day journey to eight
Latin American countries.
Rogers will go to Mexico,
Nicaragua, Venezuela, Peru,
Colombia, Brazil, Argentina,
and Jamaica.
DELEGATES
Accompanying Kissinger to
Paris will be Graham Martin,
U.S. ambassador-designar to
Rauth Vietnam: Deouty Asst.
Secretary of State William
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Sullivan, who participated in
the Paris Peace talks, and
William Stearman and Peter
Rodman of the National
Security Council staff.
In other U.S.-Indochina
developments:
-Senate Democratic leader
Mike Mansfield applauded the
House's first anti-war decision
on fighting in the area, the
rejection of additional funds
for Cambodian bombing.
Mansfield predicted the Senate
appropriations committee will
"'line up with the House."
-The State Department
reported there are about
15,000 irregular Thai troops in
Laos and said they will be
withdrawn after a political
settlement is reached between
the government and Pathet Lao
forces.
ANNE PULLS HER
CHAMPION HORSE
POWDERHAM, ENGLAND (AP)
Princess Anne decided not to risk
her horse Doublet on the hard
ground Friday and pulled out of
the Powderham Horse Trials.
Doublet was all set for a
comeback after injury. It was a
minor setback in the Princen's
preparations for defending her
European three-day title at Kiev in
the Soviet Union next September.
Anne, 22-year-old daughter of
Queen Elizabeth II, won the
European three-day crown on
Doublet two years ago. Last year
Doublet went lame and the
Princess lost her chance of riding
for Britain at the Munich Olympics.


LONDON (AP) The ts.
dollar dropped sharply In Europe's
key monetary cenlres Friday as th.
price of free gold soared to new
peaks in bullion markets., withno
end tothe rise in siht.
Despite levn at the cloee-,
dealers in London and Zurich, the
world's biggest markets, predicted
that the steady climb of the price
of gold will be renewed Monday
and could reach the
once-unbelievabie level of 100 an
ounce.
The day's major development
however, was the sudden drop of
the dollar in London, Frankfurt,
Zurich, Milan and Brussels,
renewing a decline that begia
Tuesday and was only Interrupted
Thursday and Friday morning:
Only In Paris did the dollar show
any strength and it held unchanged
in Amsterdam.
'Dealers in most centres agreed
the soaring gold price was a
reflection of general uncertainly
and worfy about the future of.
monetary and trade relations,
continuing inflation, and trouble
In the Middle FEast.
This uncertainty has beed
reflected also In world stock
markets. In London on Friday the
one sector of strength was in Souith
African gold mining shares which
followed the price of the metal to
new peaks.
There is a bill before Congress in
the United States that would
permit Americans to buy and sell
gold for investment purposes for
the first time since 1933 when it
was $35 an ounce.
The price of gold hit $9S 70 at
the afternoon fixing, but-fell back
to show a rise of $1.40.
The price wasAxed in Paris iif
the afternoon a peak of $99.13
an ounce.
The price is usually higher irh
Paris than elsewhere because of
French currency controls. In
Milan's tiny market, the price;
including the government's value
added tax, was $103 an ounce,
unchanged from Thursday. In the
Paris foreign exchange, the dollar
moved up to close at 4.5460 francs
up from Thursday's 4.5405 franct.
But in London, the pound
sterling jumped from Thursday's
$2.50425 to close at $2.50915, a
rise of almost half a cent.
In Frankfurt, the dollar rose to
2.8425 marks from Thursday's
2.8388, but in the afternoon it
dropped to close at 2.8360 marks.


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By ETIENNE DUPUCH
ALL OVER THE WORLD TODAY housewives are protesting
against the high cost of meats. A great boycott in the U.S. has hit
t$h market a body blow.
The farmer, the middle man and food shop owners are being
blamed for the hike in prices.

The fever is spreading.
Even In Grand Bahama a representative of the district led a
protest against prices rising in foodshops as a result of new taxes
imposed by the Government.

The simple fact is that the merchant is in business to make a
profit ... and he will continue to carry first class goods as long as
He can make a satisfactory profit.
One of two things happens when the profit falls below a
reasonable level.
The merchant either goes out of business ... as Mr. Nutt did
when Government recently fixed the price of poultry below a
profit-yielding level. Or he will reduce the size of his operation
and the quality of his goods to lower his overhead costs. The first
and most effective way to reduce overhead is to reduce staff.
At this time the tax situation applies to the Bahamas. But
almost the whole world -- including the Bahamas is affected by
the rise in the cost of meats.

Now ... who is to blame ... the farmer, the middle man or the
food shop owner?
According to a TV programme that went thoroughly into the
situation ... none of these groups is to blame.
The real villain this year has been the weather ... and also the
great mistake the U.S. government made in selling millions of
bushels of wheat to Russia, which suffered a disastrous grain
shortage this year. It was a great bargain for Russia because since
this sale was negotiated the world grain market is so short of
supply that the price has doubled.
But the weather has been the greatest cause of the present
situation. Flood, rain and freezing in the major grain producing
countries of the world have resulted in shortages in the supply of
animal feed ... resulting in skyrocketing prices that must be
passed on to the consumer if the farmer is to continue raising
poultry and cattle.
The most important ingredient of animal food today is the
lowly soya bean which has more protein than any other item of
animal food.
This year millions of acres of soya beans have been destroyed
by bad weather.
The film showed extensive acreage of soya bean land in the
U.S. under 16 feet of flood waters.
A farmer, looking out on his flooded lands, told the
interviewer that, if the water started right now to subside, it will
be at least six weeks before the land which is soaked through to
a depth of hundreds of feet will be dry enough to even think
about planting a new crop.

Another reason for the rise in the cost of beef is that the
government has forbidden farmers to use a chemical preparation
that helped to fatten cattle quickly.
The reason for this prohibition is a claim that this chemical
fga introduces into the meat an element that causes cancer in
lnan beings.
Discussing this point a farmer pointed to some of his cattle and
etplalned that he will lose at least $25 on each head because they
atp not as heavy as they would have been had they been fed the
chemical fattener.
:;And so ... if government raises taxes or the grain market fails ...
the price of meat must go up if the farmer and the wholesaler and
the merchant are to stay in business. When it does ... the
coisumer must pay the bill.

'Today housewives are looking for an alternative to meat.
The soya bean, the TV report said, is the worst smelling and
worst tasting thing you can imagine. It cannot be fed to humans
inits raw state.
:-But it is now being washed until the smell is removed ... and a
trw taste is introduced by artificial means. Sausages and chicken
products are being made from the raw soya bean to taste like the
rel6 thing.
S***********
:. told you before about an afternoon my wife and I spent at
Bloadlands, the historic mansion of the Rt. Hon. Lord
Meuntbatten of Burma in Hampshire, when His Lordship showed
uawhat might be the food of the future.
:1t was in the form of bits of dried material. One piece
represented milk, another pork, or mutton or beef, all extracted
direct from grass without benefit of cow or pig or sheep or any
oier kind of animal.
'The time may come when a factory will practically eliminate
tle need for livestock in the same way that the motor car has
supplanted the horse as a means of transportation.
And, of course, this would see the end of the banqueting table.
I1 more fat, juicy steaks, no more delicious pork chops.
SThe meal would then be quickly over because a small square of
some dry substance would provide the equal of a pound of steak
or a pint of milk or any other food you might desire. With three
swallows the banquet would be over.
And, in time, we would become a toothless people. We would
have no further need for teeth and nature has a way of
eliminating any part of our bodies that fall into disuse.
The appendix, for example, is a useless piece of human
anatomy. No one knows the reason for its presence in the body
but it is believed that it is the survival of something in human life
that dates far back into history ... and has now fallen into disuse.
It has been suggested that in its original form it was something
larger ... and it worked. Now it has shrunk into something small
that can become troublesome, even causing death from infection.


*********
Shakespeare pictures the various stages of man in a passage in
his play As You Like It. It opens with the lines:
All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
And one man in his time plays many parts.

The final part shows him as an old man:
Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history.
Is second childishness, and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

As more and more new machinery reduces the need for human
labour and science finds means of dispensing with livestock, one
is left to wonder what thie will do to tht shape of the human
animal.

One of the greatest killers in the U.S. today is heart failure.
One of the causes has been traced to cholesterol, a fattening
condition around the heart caused by too much of certain foods.
Some interesting revelations were made in an article in The
Reader's Digest a few months ago.
It revealed the result of an investigation conducted on
hundreds of Irish families in Ireland and members of these


Should we tell Mr.Vesco goodluck, but goodbye?


WITH THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY
DETERIORATING at a rapid pace, the PLP Government is
becoming more and more desperate for investment money,
and is therefore likely to sacrifice the long-term interest of
the Bahamian people on the altar of temporary expediency.
As a matter of fact, it is more than just a likelihood. There
is mounting evidence which indicates that the Government
is getting to be rather careless about the type of industry it
encourages and the kind of investor it welcomes into the
country.
The economic decline is a direct result of the stupidity
and incompetence of the Government, particularly in its
dealings with the foreign investor upon whom this country
must rely, whether we like it or not, if we are to maintain a
reasonable standard of living for all our people.
Investors are told, on the one hand, that the Bahamas is
still a safe place for them and that they are welcomed by
the Government. That same Government, however,
senselessly harassed the long-standing investors and
investors whom they themselves had encouraged to come
into the country. On top of the day-to-day harassment, the
Government took a shockingly cavalier attitude towards the
indispensable stock of confidence by unilaterally disposing
of agreements which had been solemnly entered into, some
by the very same PLP Government.
So, as the decade of the seventies opened, the Bahamas
was entering into one of the worst economic crises in its
recent history. Unemployment was on the increase in a
country which just months before was seriously
short-handed. The flood of investment capital was
dwindling to a mere stream.
The Government nevertheless maintained that there was
no loss of confidence and that the Bahamas was still able to
attract what the Prime Minister called "investors with a
social conscience". PLP supporters pointed with glee to
every announcement about new foreign investors.
Among these was a certain gentleman who was destined
to dominate the newspaper headlines for months. With the
help of certain well-connected citizens, he had taken over a
bank and was going to finance airlines, hotels, low-cost
housing for the poor Bahamian masses and all sorts of
things. A real saviour he was who gave the lie to wicked
opposition propaganda that there was a crisis of confidence
in the Bahamas. The PLP at last had a godfather.
EXPOSE
But then an American newspaper started to expose the
social conscience of this particular investor. As it turned
out, Frederico Cruz did not have much of a conscience at
all. He was not a legitimate investor but a man with a
criminal record, and among his associates was Peter N.
Lazaros, who had a perjury conviction in the U.S. in 1967,
which he was then fighting to have overturned.
The frightening thing is that Dr. Cruz, with a recent
criminal conviction and jail term (1964-1967) was able to
move freely into the Bahamas, set up shop and take over a
bank, presumably with the approval of the Government.
The Government must have known, or should have known,
about his background, since it is understood that routine
checks are carried out in connection with the stateside
records of new investors .in the Bahamas. Yet Dr. Cruz was
allowed to parade up and down the country for months on
end until he finally disappeared from the Bahamian scene
allegedly taking with him a nice fat piece of the bank
depositors' money.
Scandalous affairs of this kind are absolutely no good for
the country and further damages confidence in us,
particularly our reputation as 'a respected international
financial centre.
Apart from its responsibilities to protect the country
from men with criminal records like Dr. Cruz, the
Government also has a duty to exercise good judgment
when it comes to admitting so-called investors who are not
criminals, but who for other reasons might ultimately have
an adverse effect on the reputation of the country.
The name of Robert Vesco has been much in the news
recently, both here and in the United States. It is reported
that Mr. Vesco and his associates, through an institution
with which they allegedly have connections, have become
quite involved in the business affairs of the Bahamas. They
are said to be in control of at least one banking institution
and they are also reported to be the financiers behind
certain business acquisitions which have been pulled off
recently, mainly by individuals most favoured by powerful
Government figures. There is also an unconfirmed report
that Mr. Vesco helped finance the PLP's 1972 election


families that migrated to the U.S.
The Irishmen in America became caught up in business and
industrial enterprises. They have to watch their cholesterol.
They diet but, in spite of careful eating, many of them die young
from heart failure.
Their brothers and cousins, who work hard on the farm in
Ireland, eat anything they want. But they burn up the
cholesterol-forming substances in hard labour. They have no
problems with their hearts.
Heart cases in Ireland have, however, increased in recent years
because more machinery has been introduced to farming in
Ireland and the farmer is no longer sweating out the fat forming
elements in foods that produce the great killer ... cholesterol.

All of which recalls the story of The Time Machine, by H. G.
Wells. A machine is invented that makes it possible for a man to
travel thousands of years into the past or the future.
The story is about a trip thousands of years into the future. It
shows human beings reduced to the level where mankind has
come under the control of a race of underground cyclops who
raise them for food as we now raise cattle.
When that time comes man will start where he now ends ...
sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: For the first time BASRA is to get a
grant from the Government this year.
This is good news.
Now the secret has been uncovered. Recently it was reported


that BASRA went to the aid of Minister of Finance Arthur Hanna
in a drifting boat.
We tried to trace the story at the time but no one would talk.
The incident was veiled in secrecy and so we didn't indulge in any
speculation about it.
The story, as told me was that two of Mr. Pindling's young
children were in the boat with Mr. Hanna at the time of the
rescue.
If this is true ... then this justifies the comment of my
informant.
"All this talk about deep conflict between Mr. Pindling and Mr.
Hanna is so much nonsense." he said. "If it were true that these
two men were at each other's throats. do you think Mr. Pindling
would allow his children to go out in a boat with a bitter rival?"

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
In the sweat of thy brow shalt thou eat bread.
-God's sentence on mankind in the Garden of Eden.

When men are rightfully occupied. their amusement grows out
of their work, as the colour petals out of a fruitful flower; when
they are faithfully helpful and compassionate, all their emotions
are steady, deep, perpetual and vivifying to the soul as is the
natural pulse to the body.
JOHN RUSKIN


campaign.
Mr. Vesco claims that he is in the Bahamas because he is
interested in assisting developing countries and he claims
that certain people in the United States dislike him for this.
This, in my opinion, is absolute nonsense. I see it as a thinly
disguised insult to the intelligence of the Bahamian people.


It seems a vulgar attempt to take advantage of what he
apparently believes to be the psychology of a persecuted,
self-pitying black Government. The tragedy is that, as
obvious as it is, certain elements in the Government seem to
have swallowed it hook, line and sinker. But then maybe
the bait was just irresistible.
The paranoiac PLP Government may see Robert Vesco as
a great friend of the afflicted but others see him in a


different light. The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission has accused him and others of civil fraud
involving $224 million worth of securities owned by certain
mutual funds. The S.E.C. alleges that the securities were
sold and that the money was "spirited" out of the U.S. and
invested through "self-dealing" transactions in new thinly
capitalized concerns of dubious value whose securities were
not marketable.
Mr. Vesco is also alleged to have made a $200,000
contribution to the U.S. presidential campaign with a view
to influencing a U.S. Government decision to come down in
his favour. While that particular contribution has been
returned to him, Mr. Vesco's name has been reported in
connection with recent developments in the Watergate
caper. This has blown up into a full-scale scandal shattering
the Administration of President Richard Nixon.
Now, it might be perfectly true that Mr. Vesco has
broken none of the laws of this country and that the
allegations made against him do not amount to extraditable
charges. Neither has any determination been made as yet on
the charges by any court in the United States. Nevertheless,.
the Government of the Bahamas would not be doing its
duty towards the people if it just ignored this whole matter.
Incidentally, another developing country in which Mr.
Vesco has taken a great interest is Costa Rica and it just so
happens that Costa Rica does not have an extradition treaty
for certain things with the United States.
It is time for the Government to investigate any business
activity that Robert Vesco and his associates might have in
the Bahamas with a view to determining whether if those
activities exist they will turn out in the final analysis to
be inimical to the interest of the Bahamian people. It may
well be that the Government is already in possession of
sufficient information to come to that conclusion and if so
it should move quickly. After all, it did not take them long
to pounce on billionaire Howard Hughes over some work
permits!
The reputation of this country must certainly always
come before the private causes and personal loyalties of
those who would use us for their apparent convenience but
to our ultimate detriment.
At a time when the country is in such bad straits it is
imperative that everything be done to re-establish
confidence in us as a haven for developers and investors
with a true social conscience.
If the Governmentt now finds that Mr. Vesco does not
really meet this requirement perhaps the time has come
when we should tell Robert Vesco good luck but goodbye.










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MAY DAY
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.a* TOMORROW
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BIBLE INSTITUTES CLOSING EXERCISE


Baptist Church Thursday at
8 p.m. The Rev. Michael
Symonette addressed the 83
students who have completed


the first of a two-year
theological course. The
Institute is under the
direction of the Bahamas
Baptist Missionary and
Educational Convention. The
Rev. Robert C. Hensley Sr.
serves as principal. The Revs.
Robert V. Myers and Philip
Rahming serve as Instructors.
Pictured in the inset are those
who participated In the
programme. From left front
row are: the Revs. Robert V.
Myers, Robert C. Hensley,
Sr., Dr. R. E. Cooper, Adam
Johnson, C. H. Thompson
and Philip Rahming. Back
row from left are: the Revs.
Samuel Colebrook, 0. A.
Pratt, Michael Symonette,
Charles Smith, L. D. Cox a d
L. W. Rodgers.


TOMORROW, Mother's Day
the annual May procession in
honour of the Blessed Virgin
Mary will be held from Mary
Star of the Sea Catholic
Church, Freeport, at 5 p.m.
Flags of the various countries
represented in the parish will
be carried in the procession,
which will take the following
route from the church
through the parking lot to
Tamarind Street, east on
Tamarind to East Beach Drive,
south to the statue of Our
Lady in front of the school
where the annual symbolic
crowning of the statue will
take place.
The statue will be crowned
by the May Queen, Pamela
Blim. Her attendants will be:
Michele Crombleholme,
Margaret Heesters, Lucy
Knowles, Molly Larson, Lisa
McGillion, Vicki Moody, Sally
Sarsfield, and Kimberly
Vincent.
The following will be page
boys; Mike Barletta, Barrington
Brennen, and Jim Woerner.
Flower girls will be: Nicola
Bereaux, Therese Chung,
Maribel Cruz, Lise Damico,
Whihelmina Davis, Patricia
Marius, Jacinta McGregor,
Alexandra Pandalfi, Patty
Poitier, and Jackie Vincent.
The procession will then
continue along East Beach
Drive for a very short distance
to the entrance to the parking
lot of the school and back to
the church. The usual 6:30
evening mass will then be
celebrated.


G. Bahama woman to be hsomred


THE LATE Sister Florence
Wallace will be honoured at a
special Mother's Day service to
be held at Mt. Olivet Baptist
Church, Holmes Rock, Grand
Bahama tomorrow. The service
will be conducted by the Rev.
Ralph Russell.
Sister Wallace, a member of
the church, was a Sunday
School teacher, one of the
choir leaders, founder and
leader of the Holmes Rock
mission prayer band and a
noted missionary. She was
born on July 18. 1911 and


died on December 5, 1972 at
the Rand Memorial Hospital in
Freeport, after a long illness.
She is survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hector
Rolle of Holmes Rock, three
sons including Bro. John
Wallace of Nassau, six
daughters, three brothers, four
sisters and thirty-seven
grandchildren.
"Sister Wallace felt her duty
was to console and strengthen
the weak and her entire life
was devoted to the service of
the Lord." a press release said.


FR. CORNELIUS

CELEBRATES

, 40 YEARS AS

CATHOLIC PRIEST


AT A recent meeting of the
Knights of the Altar at Mary,
Star of the Sea Catholic


Church,
following
made:


FR. CORNELIUS OSENDORF
... 40 years a priest

KNINGTS OF ALTAR
PROMOTIONS AT

MARY STAR

FATHER Cornelius
Osendorf, O.S.B., O.B.E., Dean
of the Catholic Church of
Grand Bahama and priest in
charge of St. Leonard's Mission
at High Rock, will celebrate his
fortieth anniversary as a priest
at a concelebrated evening high
mass at Our Lady's Church in
Nassau on Tuesday, May 15.
Father Cornelius has spent
39 of those years in the
Bahamas. He was the first
pastor of St. Joseph's Church
in Nassau and spent 14 years as
priest-in-charge of the Catholic
churches on Long Island. He
was made Vicar General of the
Diocese20 years ago, a post
from which he resigned a few
months aoiu.
Father Cornelius wa,
awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of
the Order of the British
Empire) by her Majesty Queen
Elizabeth II in 1952.
He was born in Richmond,
Minnesota, and was ordained a
Benedictine monk at St. John's
Abbey, Minnesota, in 193J.
The 'concelebrated mass in
his honour will be held at 8
n _m


Freeport,
promotioris


SndrV. May 12, 173.

VISlORS WELCOME I
JAMES N. COOPER;Pastor
P.O. Box N4450 Phone 2-1586. 5-4320
Sunday Services at 9:45 and
I !a.m.,7:30p.m.
Wednesday Family Service
7HLAN30 pmPAR PIN of Y.W.C.A.

HIGHLANDPAR R I- M AIVI NoitheOf Y.W.C.A.


the
were


Commandants: Michael
Armstrong, Thomas Johnson,
Leslie Low.
Lieutenant commanders:
Brian Antoni, Bobby Antoni,
Desmond DeGregory, Craig
Knowles, Arnold Low.
Sergeants: Patrick
Adderley, Dean Colson, Billy
Coultrup, Jerry Griebling,
John Griebling, Derek Kellogg,
Armando Russo, Memmo
Russo, Douglas Versele,
Michael Versele.
New knights: Paul
Ching-Fong, Anthony
Crombleholme, Craig Dames,
Godfrey Dames, Perry Dames,
Warren Doaldson, Dennis '
Donaldson, Kevin Donaldson,
Timothy Drohan, Cary Filkins,
Peter Johnson, David
Nasmyth-Miller, Patrick
Stewart, Barrington Wright.
Honour roll: Jack Bahl, Paul
Bethel, Pierre Bouchard,
Edward Colson, Clarence
Deveaux, Joseph Fawkes,
Robbie Johnson, Richard
Joules, Yves Lavergne, Bernard
Lundstrom, Geordie Martin,
Michel Marco, Carlton
Saunders, Dwayne Saunders,
Paul Small, Sean Thompson.
The pastor, Father Brendan
Forsyth, O.S.B., is in charge of
the altar boys, assisted by Mr.
Philip Hillier.
BRANDT'S TREATY RATIFIED
BY LOWER HOUSE
BONN, GERMANY (AP) -
Chancellor Willy Brandt brightened
the outlook for an historic
Soviet-German summit next week
by steering his all-German
normalization treaty through
Parliament Friday. He also gained a
negotiating victory from Moscow.
The Lower House of Parliament
voted overwhelming for ratifying
Brandt's December 1972 treaty
that will regulate relations with
East Germany and enable the two
Germanys to enter the United
Nations this year.


NEW ANILS!

MEN'S COCONUT STRAW HATS
MEN'S POLYESTER KNIT SLACKS
Fancy & Plaids

$10 and up.

POLYESTER DRESS FABRICS
in Beautiful assortment of colours.


Barry's Limited
Corner of George and Bay Street
PHONE 2-3118


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TELLER/LEDGER KEEPER


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ACCOUNTANT


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THE CLOSING
EXERCISE of the Bahamas
Baptist Bible Institute was
held at Transfiguration


Th ui of Christ
Highbury Park ... off Soldier Road
"Rightly
Dividing the Word"


Studies


in the


BIBLE

A Free Bible Correspondence Course designed
especially to help you learn more about the Bible.

I Nam e ................................ * * * * *
I Address: ............................... I
Mail to: BIBLE STUDIES
P.O. Box 5001,
SNassau, Bahamas.


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Bahamian wins international insurance


INTERNATIONAL
COFFEE SERVICE
LTD.
PHONE 24173 P. 0' O1X 5245
NASSAU, BAHAMAS


BARKER, 'TARZAN OF THE
APES', DIES AT 53
NEW YORK (AP)- Lex Barker,
who succeeded Johnny Weissmuller
as Hollywood's Tarzan of the Apes,
collapsed and died on New York's
East Side Friday. He had celebrated
his 53rd birthday on Tuesday.
Often married, Barker's ex-wives
included movie beauties Arlene
Dahl and Lana Turner.
Barker was 29 years old a
handsome 6-feet-4 and 200 pounds
when in 1948 he became
Hollywood's 10th Tarzan. He had
been a movie bit player.


FRED WHYLY of Nassau is
seen receiving his certificate as
Cannon Assurance's
'International Salesman of the
Month' for February. Mr.
Whyly was presented with his
certificate by Mr. Brian Evans,
London based executive of
Canon Assurance Limited. who
is currently on a visit to
Cannon's operation here in
Nassau.
Mr. Evans said that it was a
great pleasure to be in the
Bahamas and to be able to
present Fred Whyly with this
very coveted award that is
competed for each month by
associates as far afield as Hong
Kong, Kenya, the
Mediterranean, West Indies, the
Bahamas and many other areas.


sales contest

II


IAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION



Tenders are invited for purchase of a single lot
of scrap material, including a number of
unserviceable transformers and some cable, located
in the Stores Compound at our Big Pond Power
Station.

Prospective buyers may inspect the scrap
material between 9:00 and 16:30 hours on the
14th and 15th May, 1973, on application to the
.Storekeeper at Big Pond Power Station, Blue Hill
Road.

The successful tenderer will be required to clear
the entire lot of scrap material from the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation's compound within 3 days
of his tender being accepted.

Tenders in sealed envelopes marked "Tender
No: 67/73 Scrap Material", should be delivered to
the office of the General Manager, Tucker Road,
off Blue Hill Road, before 1200 hours on the 17th
May, 1973.


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STARTING SUNDAY, MAY 13

PRENTICE MINNER
SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12:40
lake the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.






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INSTITUTIONAL


This is the first time that the
Bahamas office has won the
award and alter meeting with
Mr. Whyly and Keith Russell,
Mr. Evans felt certain that it
would not be the last.
Mr. Evans thought that the
Bahamian community in
general was "becoming more
Life Insurance conscious and
that this is a very healthy
attitude."
He said the life insurance
companies have a great "social
and moral obligation to
provide a necessary service to
the community and that every
husband and parent has the
same social and moral
obligation to provide for his
family should anything
unfortunate happen to him; it
is one of the great pities of life
that this situation is not
provided for and when it is too
late it is the widow and
children who are left behind to
worry about it." he said.
"It is also a great credit to
the Bahamas operation that
Keith Russell, Cannon
Assurance's local manager
finished in third place in the
month of February," he said.


FRESH

BREWED

COFFEE

ANYWHERE

CONTACT
J. KEITH SMITH
Phone 2-4173


SUNDAY PORT
TOOGOODS...
OPEN SUNDAY
FROM 2 to 5
Especially for the
families. I


7 -O2 0<>d' ON THE WATER-RONT
.W fEast of the Bridge Phone 54&41


SEturday, May 12,1973,


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Slit WrtbMsw bwndmv. May 12. 1S73,


a roommate


and gains his wife

By Abigail Van Buren
1m2 Wr cMs T 4Lme.v, .lmM. v. M if .
DEAR ABBY: A long-time friend has been sharing my
apartment during the week while working in the city.
[We're both male.] He was returning to his country home
and wife on weekends. This arrangement probably contrib-
uted to their present marital status legal separation.
To my dimay, my roommate has invited his wife to
occupy his vacant room at my apartment when he is out oa
town on frequent business trips.
The wife seems to thrive on this new urban atmeo-
phere. She invites her country bumpkin friends as well as
her new fellow-shrink patients for group therapy sessions in
the apartment.
I am losing my mind over this arrangement. How do
you feel about an estranged wife filling in as a roommate
during her husband's absence? ANONYMOUS
DEAR ANONYMOUS: I think your friend had a lot of
gall offering his wife the use of YOUR apartment In Iis
absence, and the wife has her serve abasing the privilege.
I----"


DONALD CARTWRIGHT
P. O. Box N1

The offices of Donald
Stokes formerly situated
have moved to the group
Building, Miller's Court,
Shirley Street.

For further information


iIOBlTl STOIllES
207, Nassau
Cartwright & Robert
at 11 Charlotte Street
nd floor of the Help
East Street north of


n call us at 2-1303.


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I also think you are a gtless wonder for permhtg It.
DEAR ABBY: I am a senior in hgh adiel. 17, and
pregnant. My boy friend and I love each other and we want
to get married. Our problem Is we can't fiad a minMer
who will marry us and we want to get married In fa daurh.
Neither one af us belongs to a church, but we do be.
lieve in God. Abby, we have gone to three churches and
the ministers there have refused to nmry a beams we
don't belong to HEIR church. Since when does a church
belong to the minister?
Please tell us where to go. We want to get married as
soon as possible without causing oar pantm any moe
heartache than they'll naturally have wahen ey t nd eat
about this. &5 AND J.
DEAR 8. AND J.: I am re I ea fled a eleryuman
who will perform the ceremony, but you ms let I kw
where you are and heow I can cotact yeL. In ite mat
time, I suggest yea tell your parents at ease. No matter
what you think, they are your best frddm a m tme
trouble.

CONFIDENTIAL TO "FED UP IN AULAND: if yes
are "fed up" wth apple wbe always drg thS A dr M
to adult parties, de't aInvite people whoI always rag their
kids along to adult parties.
Problems? You'll feel better if ye get Mt off ywr chet.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: BOX NL. n., L A.,
Caw. s-. aeclese stamp, sel-ad"esd -e.
please.
PFr Abby's heoklet, "bw to Have a Lvely Waedl."
send 1 to Abby, Sex eM. Leo Angeles, CL MO.


Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands


TENDERS

FOR TREASURY BILLS
The Treasurer hearby gives notice that tenders will be received on Tuesday, 15th
May, 1973 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public Treasury Bills Ac
1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act 1965 on Thursday, 17t
May, 1973 aas follows:-
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars................................B$3,500,000
The bills will be in minimum multiples of $100 and are redeemable ninety-on
(91) days from the date of issue.
The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Monetary Authority. Details o
payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of acceptance.
Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:


THE BANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority


and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E. D. Sassoo
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00 p.m. c
Tuesday, 15th May.
Tender must be made on special forms which may be obtained from the Baham
Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for not less than tU
minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state the net price per ce
(being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid.


The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.


Ministry of Finance, Nassau
10th. May, 1973.


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RINIDAD-born Alexander
;ort, 48, died at his Milton
et home in Nassau on
nesday. He is survived by
wife, Dorothy, his son
hony and his daughter
. Funeral arrangements
be announced later.
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Nind: East to southeast 8 to
n.p.h.
leather: Generally fair and
ny
ea: Smooth to slight
emp: min. tonight 70 Aax.
borrow 89.


Underwater 6 Lions clubs to tackle each cleaning
T H BAHAMAS water mark out to a depth of residents aike, will appreciate beaches, but if they are littered
Underwater aub and the about seven feet he service our efforts aad keep the with junk and especially
Nassau Lions Club will club will work in conjunction beaches clean. broken glass it's pretty hard
combine forces on May 26 to with the divers and send teams "Nearly every public beach to take pride in them," said the
clean up the public beaches of to clean up the Junk from the has ample facilities for recently-elected president.
Nassau and to kick off the land side of the beaches. dispoinel of as- and bottles The beaches to be cleaned
"Clean-up Week" campaign. "We're not just cleaning and papes. We would hope include the Montagu, Western
The Underwater Club has them up as a one-shot affair," that the example we ane sttig Esplanade, Saunders, the
formed several tW of diverse id John Hudson, president of wdl encourage people to use public part of Sonesta Beach,
who will comb the water's edge the Bahamas Underwater Club. these facilities on a Goernor's Beach, and the
of the beaches for beer cans, "We hope that people who use permanent basis. We can and beach immediately east of
l..t d da .-L h..... -. t.L the beaches, both visitors and should be proud of our DelaDorte Point.


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Clean air Is vital to life.
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MISS ALICE LOUISE
Albury, 6nly daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph D. Albury of
Rosetta Street, became the
bride of Harold 1. Hopkins, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1.
Hopkins, Sr. of Raleigh, North
Carolina, on Saturday April 7
at Ebenezer Methodist Church.
The double-ring ceremony was
performed by Rev. Peter
Swinglehurst.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore an original
designed gown of white and ice
blue silk organza and imported
Venice lace. The fitted bodice
featured a square neckline and
long bishop sleeves. The A-line
skirt embellished with lace fell
into a cathedral train. Her
six-tiered illusion veil fell from
a camelot of matching lace.
She carried a bouquet of white
carnations and blue daisies
surrounding a white orchid.
Miss Joan Albury was the
maid of honour. She wore a
floor-length gown of ice blue
with Venice lace and carried a
bouquet of blue daisies and
white flowers.
Flower giris were Carol Ann
Albury, Marlene Albury and
Connie Albury, nieces of the
Bride and Janet Lynn Hopkins
sister of the groom. They also
wore floor-length gowns of ice
blue with lace and carried
baskets of blue daisies and
white flowers.
The bride's mother wore a
street-length gown of soft pink
over-layed with white lace. Her
corsage was of pink carnations.
The groom's mother wore a
street-length gown of pale
aqua. Her corsage was of aqua
and white carnations. *
Mr. Gerald Fryers was the
best man, and the ushers were
Robert Pinder and Edwin
Bastian.
The reception was held at
the East Hill Club.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Harold I.
Hopkins, Sr. parents of the
groom and Janet Lynn
Hopkins, sister of the groom..
The couple will reside in
Nassau until mid-May when,
they will leave to take up
m idence in Miami. Florida.


COLLEEN ANN ALBURY
ENGAGED
MR. AND MRS. Thomas
Kane of Harlingen, Texas
announced the engagement of
their eldest daughter, Colleen
Ann, to Mr. Stanley Albury,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.
Albury, of Rosetta Street,
Nassu.
Marriage vows will be
exchanged in Texas on July 7.


S. & ITALY FAVOURED TO WIN
WORLD BRIDGE CHAMPIONSHIP
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, MAY 12
(AP) The 1973 World Bridge
Bridge Championship, which will
pit rival teams from the United
States and Italy agalnst each other,
is to begin next week In Guaruea,
Brazil.
The United States is sending two
groups of players, one Its official
representative team, and the other
the American Aces of New Orleans.
The Aces, who won the World
Championship in 1971, wil renew
their historic rivalry with the Italian
Blue Team, which last year
defeated the Aces to win the world
Olympic Championship.
Each team is composed of a
non-playing captain, four players
and two alternates. The World
Championship is held once a year
and the Olympic Championship
only once every four years.
Ten years ago the Italian Blues
introduced a new system of bidding
that has revolutionized bridge
strategy and enabled them to win
over half of the world
championships since.
Brazi and Indonesia will also
participate in the championship,
but the American Aces and the
Italian Blues are given the best
chance of winning the tournament.
Australia, which was invited to
play, Is not sending a team this
year.
The first games are scheduled to
begin at 9 p.m. Tuesday between
Indonesia and Brazil, and the
Italian Blues and the Aces.
Subsequent games will begin at 2
p.m. and 8:50 p.m., and will last
through May 22. Following one
day of rest for the team, the finals
wol be played on May 24 and 25.
SHOULD NOT PROFIT BY
HUSBAND'S WRONGDOINGS
SAYS ATTORNEY
DALLAS, TEXAS (AP) -
Marina Oswald Porter, widow of
president Kennedy's accused
assain, won a sttloment of
17,729 dollars from the U.S.
Government Friday for property
that belonged to Lee Harvey
Oswald.
U.S. district court judge Joe E.
Estes slped the judgment


MR. & MRS. HAROLD HOPKINS

NEW ASSISTANT MANAGER

AT CITITRUST COMPANY
WINSTON WALTER
VARENCE became the newest
Assistant Manager at First
National City Trust Company
(Bahamas) Limited effective
April 30.


The appointment came just
one year after Varence joined
the Trust Company in April of
last year, and has been
announced by Eric Y. Reynal,
president and managing
director of Cititrust.
Having been formerly
employed by the E. D. Sassoon
Banking Company, Trust
Corporation of the Bahamas
and Wobaco Trust Limited, Mr.
Varence is married to the
former Joycelyn Miller. They
reside on Carmichael Road.
In announcing the
promotion, Mr. Reynal said
that Varence has been moved
up the Cititrust ladder because
he has "demonstrated a
propensity for hard work and
assumption of responsibility."
SACA TO HONOUR


HEADMASTER
U1 ARIIEIE
ST. Augustine's Alumni
Association will honour Lou
Adderley during a special
Alumni Banquet in his honour
at the Holiday Inn on Friday,
June 15.
"Lou Adderley, who has
taught at St. Augustine's
College for over 20 years and
was recently appointed its
headmaster is himself an
alumni of St. Augustine's
College, and has been the idol
of many Augustinites through
the years," said Christopher
Roberts, president of S.A.C.A.
"He has demonstrated that
quiet perseverance that made
him a great Bahamian and
demanded the respect of all
who come into contact with
him, and this is one of the
reasons we feel that he should
be honoured," Mr. Roberts
said.
The banquet, under the
patronage of the Prime
Minister and Mrs. Pindling, the
Minister of Education and Mrs.
Coakley and Bishop Paul
Leonard Hagarty, is expected
to be a sell-out as proceeds will
go to the St. Augustine's
College Development Fund.
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4: 50 p.m. evening 9:00.
Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
This movie depicts the
exploits of the Southwest's
legendary hanging judge Roy
Bean. An action drama,
starring is Paul Newman as the
judge, "The Life and Times of (W i
Judge Roy Bean" is directed
by John Huston and also
features on its list of stellar
stars, Ava Gardner, Stacy
Keach, Anthony Perkins,
Jacqueline Bisset and Anthony
Zerbe...


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)KING ERIC and his Knights
are holding court at the
Doubloon.
Oldest and most popular of
Nassau's bands, the group has
NOW SHOWING AT 9:55 been looking for a home of its
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months, "and now we've found
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Sunday continuous from 4:50
Monday continuous from 3:00
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Charles Bronson
Anthony Perkins
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King and Knights have
leased the well-known
Doubloon on West Bay Street
from former operator Cedric
Saunders, and plan to make it
very much their own thing.
"All the boys (there's five of
them) had ideas of their own
how they wanted to do their
show, but when you're
working for someone else
that's impossible," says the
band's leader. ,


With all the business ends
tied up the King and the boys
opened Wednesday to a packed
house filled with admirers who
couldn't wait for the
downbeat. They'll be on the
bandstand nightly from 9:30
p.m. to 4 a.m. with a special
show slated in between from
10:30 to 11:30 p.m.
"We've got such a great
demand for both, that we
decided this was the only way
to please everybody," says the
King.
That's only the start. The
boys, besides the King there is
Frankie Adams, John Gibson,
Jim Duncombe and Stuart
Halbert, have a lot of other
ideas in the offing, one of
which is to serve late night
snacks for the night owls.
Although only five in
number, the Knights are so
versatile they can make the
sounds of a full orchestra. Eric
plays guitar, bass, organ, drums
and steel drums. Between the
others there's drums, bass,
guitar, saxaphone and organ,
and everybody sings.
King Eric has a philosophy
of his own about making the
new business venture pay.
Hotel managers, he says, are
only concerned about making
the dollar. "We want to make
things comfortable and
enjoyable for people, and the
dollars will come in."
Right on! King.


Saturday night 9:00 thru
Tuesday, "RED SUN" plus
"SUBTERFUGE" Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 1:45, evening 9:00. Plus
late feature Tuesday night.
Joan Collins, Richard Todd
and Marius Goring, top English
stars of both continents, join
American star Gene Barry in
the new suspense filled spy
drama "Subterfuge".
When a special American
security agent seemingly goes
to England for a vacation, his
presence causes much
speculation and poses many
questions for both British
Intelligence and the
underworld. Starring as the
mysterious M. A. Donavon is
Gene Barry, known to viewers
as one of the three rotating
stars on NBC-TV's "The Name
of The Game".
Filmed in colour for the
wide screen, the movie marks
the first time Addavision
cameras were used for
theatrical feature filming.
Through use of these cameras,
sequences can be played back
immediately after shooting.
The film was shot on location
in London and the Home
Counties of Southern England
and completed in four weeks.
A most unusual theme for a
Western adventure is the basis
for "The Red Sun" a
spectacular action drama which
also stars Japanese Samuri,
Toshiro Mifune, who
challenges the brawn of Charles
Bronson and the guns of Alain
Delon.
The movie is based on a true
incident in old Arizona back in
the 1870*' when an outlaw
band sacked a train carrying
the Japanese ambassador to


Starts Friday, "SCORPIO"
matinees at 2:45 and 4:55
evening 9:00. Suggested for
mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
Implementing lots and lots
of suspense, this movie stars
Burt Lancaster as a CIA agent,
'Cross' who is suspected of
selling secrets to the Russians.
It also stars Alain Delon as a
free-lance assassin working for
the CIA and Paul Scofielfd
who acts the role of a Russian
KGB agent, Zharkov.
The movie, filmed in three
different locations which had
been only chosen after much
study has Gayle Hunnicutt
playing the role of Susan, the
girlfriend of a CIA assassin.


Paul Seofield play Zharor, a
Russian intelligese agent, in
"Seorpo," a Mirishk Corpora.
tion presentation for United
Artists release.
The espionage drama
moves from Washington, the
sophisticated capital of the
world's most powerful nation,
to the calm and tranquil of
Vienna, a world capital of
yesteryear. Part of the action is
set in the broad avenues and
picturesque side streets of
Parid, the queen of cities. It is a
Mirisch Corporation
presentation released by
United Artists, an
entertainment service of
Transamerica Corporation.


WULFF ROAD THEATRE


Now showing thru Tuesday,
"THE COMPANEROS" plus
"WHEN EIGHT BELLS
TOLL" Sundays showings
continuous from 4:30. Monday
and Tuesday matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
8:30: No one under 17 will be
admitted.
Franco Nero, Francisco
Bodalo and Ferdando Rey star
in The Companeros a film
based on a plot to overthrow
the Mexican government which
finds itself already in a
topsy-turvy state in the early
18th Century.
Nero portrays a Swedish
arms merchant who arrives in
the revolution torn city of San
Bernadino with a box-car full
of supplies to sell to the
insurrectionists headed by
their greedy leader.
Their plot is to overthrow


TREACHEROUS TIGRESS Ursula
Andress has greed on her sexy mind
in "Red Sun," a spectacular adven-
ture based on a true incident in the
American West. Charles Bronson,
Toshiro Mifune and Alain Delon co-
star in the National General Pictures
release, A Robert Dorfmann Produc-
tion, directed by Terence Young,
produced in Technicolor by Ted
Richmond.


Washington. There were two
treasures aboard, a jewelled
Samuri sword, the gift of the
Mikado to the U.S. President
and a mail car loaded with
gold.
The search for the jewelled
sword makes Mifune an
unwilling associate of Bronson
and sexpot Ursula Andress,
who have their eyes on greed
rather than honour.


Wednesday thru Friday,
GRAVE OF THE VAMPIRE
plus GARDEN OF THE
DEAD. Matinee continuous
from 2:00, evening 9:00. No
one under 17 will be admitted.
Plus late feature Friday night.



ARRIVED TODAY:
Bahama Star, Flavia, Sunward,
Emerald Seas from Miami
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Nordic Prince, Song of Norway
from Puerto Rico
SAILING TOMORROW:
Nordic Prince and Song of
Norway for Miami.

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p.m.
Low 10:03 a.m. and 10:50
p.m.
SUN
Rises 5:28 a.m.
Sets 6:48 p.m.

MOON
Rises 2:05 a.m.
Sets 1:46 p.m.


the government and keep the
spoils for themselves although
they are dishing out to the
people that they will look out
only for the poor.
The confidence of the
peasants is however given to a
gentle pacifist professor,
Xantos, who the
insurrectionists attempt to get
rid of as he also has the
sympathy of all the students.
The movie is produced and
directed by Sergio Corbucci,
the film is in technicolour and
techniscope.
Starts Wednesday, "THE
CANDY SNATCHERS" p!us
"FORTY GRAVES FOR
FORTY GUNS." Matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
8:30. No one under 17 will be
admitted.
Also based on Mexico,
Forty Graves for Forty Guns
opens with action and suspense i
when Captain Ramirez of the
Federales arrives at a Mexican
bandit camp and tells them
that a band of American
outlaws has ravaged the town
of Tecate, harassing the
townspeople, killing the padre
and stealing the town's only
treasure, the pure gold cross of
St. Augustine.
In addition, they murdered
his family. The bandits propose
a deal to him a including full
pardon and a reward of five
thousand pesos for their dead
bodies, or one hundred pesos
for them alive. As proof, they
are to bring back the fingers of
the gang's leaders, the Harris
brothers.
Capturing such scenes as
shoot-outs, hand to hand
combat and running gun
battles, the movie continues
along its line of realism with
Robert Padilla, Dirk Peno and
Louis Ojena, acting lead roles
and Frisco Estes taking the
part of leader of the Harris
Gang.
A picture of surprisingly
strong action, it boasts of
creditable emoting and forceful
directional prowess.


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w FER LEAVING Island,
Wt 0 3 bedroom/2 bath
ie, furnished, landscaped.
WtAd In. $24,500 or best
lt, financing available call
sport 373-4790 after 7:00
t4 rite sBox F-1727.


4-BDROOM, 1 bathroom,
uase Podoleo Street off
Robinson Road. Contact Mr.
Hanfield after 5 p.m. Phone
55178.
C9717
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
All lot owners have beach
rights. Only $75 down. From
$0 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.
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
Iedrooms, bathroom and
toilet. Full oil fired Central
Heating, delightful small
landscaped garden. Fitted wall
to wall best quality Wilton
carpet throughout, French
nylon curtains to all windows.
Immaculate, and ready to walk
,Into. Freehold (Sixteen
thousand five hundred
pounds). P. 0. Box 7517,
Nassau.
C9782
Choice lots in a new
Subdivision underground
utilities beach rights $75.00
down and as low as $80.00 a
month with no Interest.

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

Apartments and Duplex lots in
Colony Village east, Golden
Gate, Bel-Air, Tropical
Gardens. Soldier Rd. and
other good areas with easy
finance available.

A largeithurch tot at a good
cash 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 Information on any of the
above or to list your property
for quick sale call Bill's Real
Estate at 23921
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
comer 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
rates.
NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, furnished for only
$35,000.00
#LAIR ESTATES 2
bedrooms 1 bath, furnished
only $35,000.00 Others up to
-84,000.00.
EAST BAY 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, spacious grounds, only
V47,500.00 Income $7,200.
UT 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
Class area.

WEST. BAY STREET not far
from Police Station. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, furnished,
plus den. Furniture approx.
615,000.00. Rights to a beach.
fest deal of the year.

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


AN ESTATE Out East -
Sandy beach has eight
bedrooms. Plus cottage for
maids, plus caretakers cottage.
4-car garage two swimming
pools. See Is to appreciate -
the price Is reasonably cheap.
Ihch Is best Out East.

SET THE BEST deal with
AMIANOS
1O1O 29033, 22305. 22307 Nite
41197.


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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, 22307 Evenings 41197.


C9702
3 BEDROOM, 2 beth, living
room, den, family room,
kitchen, dining room, office,
laundry, double carport, wall
to wall carpet, airconditioned.
Yard nicely landscaped. See by
appointment only. Blair
Estates.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living,
dining, and breakfast rooms,
kitchen, den, wall to wall
carpet, laundry, airconditioned
off Village Road.

2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, living,
dining and family rooms, den,
Large patio, wall to wall
carpet. High Vista.

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

4 UNIT APARTMENTS each
has two bedrooms, living and
dining rooms, kitchen, one
bath. Nicely furnished. Annual
income $12,000.00. Selling for
low, low price.

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

LOT in High Vista. Nice quiet
area.
LOTS in Coral Harbour.
For information on above
listing call 24259 day -41584
and 58979 nights.

C9788
FOR SALE
1. Outstanding opportunity
to buy at below market
price attractive one-storey
residence with two large
bedrooms, each with
private Nath and walk-In
cedar lined closet, powder
room, living room,
-separate dining.room, suq5
l*oom, 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. O. Box N8164, Nassau
Tel. 2-1041, 2-1042.


C9807
FOR SALE
2 STOREY contains 3
units. Spacious grounds-ideal
for expansion. Adjoining
Racquet Club. Income
established. Asking
$27,500.00.
TUCKAWAY 4 One
bedroom units. 100%
occupancy. Good income.
Only $35,000.00.

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,
Nita 41197.


REA ESATE


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C9681
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
- central air-conditioned. To
,lew, telephone 2-1722-3.
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.
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,
*305,.22307 Nite 41197.
C9800
PRESTIGE HOMES
P. O. Box, N 1469 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

HIGHLAND PARK
3 blederom bath living room.
dining room, airconditioned,
furnished. Wall to wall carpet,
patio with BBQ Pit.
For quick action
list with us.
C9682
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland park, 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, utility room
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90 x 100. Nice
home in nice area. To view,
telephone 2-1722-3.
C9819
LOT 110 x 150 original Sans
Souci hillside. $7,500. Call
McPHERSON & BROWN
2-2680 and 2-2683.
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.

I MIS NtENT I

C9713
FURNISHED I 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.

I U FOR IEU I
C9777
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
Johnson Road Estates. Phone
42193 58803 ask for Mrs.
Bethedl.


I FM RENT |
C9708
STORE SIZE 24' x 24'. East
Shirley Street. Phone 5-8196.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.

C9653


For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2-4511.



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C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
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.
C9683
2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment -.
Centreville near Z.N.S. Ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Lstate
2-4777-8.
C9773 1 LARGE SHOP on
Soldier Road.
2 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartments on Soldier Road.
1 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartment on Wuiff Road.
Phone 42981.


C9780
FURNISHED 2 BED ROOM, 1
BATH HOUSE AIRCON-
DITIONED AND CARPETED
5 Minute walk to Montagu
Beach Phone 28504 Day
51647 Night.
C9642
PROSPECT. RIDGE
Fully furnished garage
apartments in large private
grounds with use of swimming
pool comprising large
bed/sitting room, separate
kitchen and bathroom, private
patio. Rent: B$250 per month
Including utilities. Available
May 1st. Call 77737 to view.
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.
C9783
THREE BEDROOM house -
Sunshine Park. Phone 34888.
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$300 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 B$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.


C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C9781
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath furnished
house for rent Claire Avenue
off Mackey Street, telephone
34528 6 p.m. 9 p.m.


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.
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 TWC
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.
C9654
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences.
Telephone daytime 2-8152 -
after 6.00 p.m. 5-3418.

CARS FOR SALE
C9790
ISLAND MOTOR
"COMPANY 1970 LTDU.
USED CAR LIST
1968 PIAT 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.,
Red $875
1972 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
C9754
1969 Triumph 1300, good
condition, new tyres, new
battery $900. Call 42624 or
53752.


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

FOR SALE
C9606
BUMPER-STIC KERS
POSTERS; DECALS
QUALITY SIGNS in dozens, in
hundreds, in thousands. Truck
signs a specialty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
Street.
C9649
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
1 Livirng Room Suite
1 T. V. Set
Miscellaneous Items.
Telephone 5-2272
C9650
TRAVELLING ?

For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships, Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.



APPROVED PAU1NGER AOQNir


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C9774 1 HEAVY DUTY
FORK LIFT. Phone 42981.
9771 ROBERTS reel to reel
tape deck 650xD, Scott 386
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditioned/
heater, radio, seatbelts, low
mileage. Good condition.
$2,500.00 O.N.O.
I lot 100'XI50' Blair Estates.
Phone B. Harris 27680, 9:00 -
5:00 Mon. to Fri.


C9741
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can be seen
at NIXON'S UPHOLSTERY
Bernard Road telephone
41298.
C9607
DISCOUNT PRICES
Shop today your dollar buys
more.
Our best sale values.
MOTHERS DAY GIFTS
GRADUATION DAY GIFTS
FATHERS DAY GIFTS
All these and more Sales
Promotion Signs In stock at
Arawak Art, Montrose Avenue
at Arundel Street. Phone.
23709
C9795
SACRIFICE
38ft. boat 671 GM.


Commercial Lot 50 x 103
Tel: 77078
C9810
LIVING and dining room
furniture for sale. Best offer
accepted. Call after 5 p.m.
42537.

C9813
OFFICE FURNITURE,
secretarial and steno desks and
chairs, executive desk and
conference table, filing
cabinets, electrical typewriters
and calculating machines,
S.C.M. Photstating machine,
Zenith portable 19" T.V.,
exercycle, aluminum
household ladder etc. Call
22338 during office hours.
C9809
COMPLETE COMPONENT
STEREO System first owner
- SANSUI 3000A 120 Watt 4
speaker amplifier with
headphones TEAC 4010S
Reel-to-reel stereo tape deck
with pre-amp/DUAL 1019
turntable/Wharfdale W30D
multiple segment speakers
complete cross-over
connections with
matrix/discreet capability -
$1000 or best offer Write
to: Graham Jones, P. 0. Box
6118, Nassau.
C9823
FOR SALE
at
ROYAL ELIZABETH HOTEL
Elizabeth Avenue north -
Starting May 15th. Beds -
Dressers Tubs Chairs -
Couches Face Basins -
Toilets 1 Gas Electric
Generator 1 Commercial
Deep Freeze Unit and
Miscellaneous Items. TERMS:
CASH.:,


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 arrived ... 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 Skiiers, we now
have Skiis, Ropes, Belts and
Bindings. All at NASSAU'S
MOST COMPLETE DIVE
SHOP.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869.
C9753
16ft Boat fibreglass. $600.
O.N.O. 31642 after 6 p.m.


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


I IMAINm WuESl


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.
C9820
BAHAMAS YACHT SALES
1973 F-25 Trojan Cruiser,
completely equipped. Call
2-8079 for appointment to see.
C9849
26ft. CABIN CRUISER ... tip
top condition. Aust see!
$6,000.00. Call 4-1298 day or
eight.

CARD OF THANKS
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.
Carey Baptist Church and Mrs.
Gwendolyn Hanna. Also
Demeritte Funeral Home.

C9797














THE FAMILY of the late
Nurse Francina K-y, wish to
'thank the entire staff of
Princess Margaret .Hospital.
their many friends and relatives
for their kind expressions of
sympathy shown them during
their hour of bereavement, also
thanks to Bethel's Morticians.
THE FAMILY.
C9817
THE FAMILY of the late Mrs.
Gladys Steele wish to thank
their many relatives and friends
for evidence of sympathy and
floral tributes extended to
them In their recent sad
bereavement.
Leonard Steele, Jr., Son.

SEm M

C9814
In loving memory of Mrs.
Delphine Strachan who,
departed this life May 11th
1972
May the angels take you In
Paradise
May the martyrs welcome you
into the holy city,
Jerusalem.
May the choir of angels.
welcome you, and with
Lazarus who was once poor.
May you have everlasting rest.
Left to mourn: Two daughters
Mrs. Elizabeth Walters and Mrs.
Inez Richardson, ten grand and
three great grand children.


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C9792
GENERAL TELEPHONE
DIRECTORY CO
IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR/
SALES REPRESEN-
TATIVE
General Telephone Directory
Co. needs permanent Office
Administrator/Sales
representative. College
education required. Age 25/30
Office and sales experience
preferred. Starting salary $150
per week commission later if
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 sating
qualification by May 14 to
Personnel Office Manaer
Gerry Sorg, P. 0. Box N3048.
Personal Interviews to be
conducted starting May 15 at
Bahamas TelecommuncatI
Corporation Personnel Offie,
Chase Manhattan Buildig,
Oakes Field. Nassau, eue" ms.


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

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

SCHOOLS j
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.
4. 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.

S WANTED
C9675
WANTED LISTINGS
WHY FRET? WE WELL
List with us for ACTION.
WANT HOUSES WITH
ESTABLISHED MORTGAGES
ALSO.
DAMIANOS REALTY Dial
22033, 22305

1EKl iMTEl

JO I f TLte: STE L
FABRICATORS (fodr)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience In steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
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.
C9746
GENERAL MANAGER FOR
SHIPYARD
Minimum experience 10 years.
Complete knowledge of
estimating all phases of marine
type construction including
wood, steel, aluminum & fibre
glass. Administrative ability
required.
MACHINE SHOP OPERATOR
Minimum experience 5 years.
Must be responsible for entire
operation with absolute
knowledge of tool & die
making.
SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES
With general knowledge of
repairs on all types of boats.
Only applicants with these
qualifications need apply.
POSITIONS FOR
BAHAMIANS ONLY. Apply
to Mr. B. Ware at Hurricane
Hole Marina, Paradise Island.
C9786
AUTO MECHANICS WANTED
ABC MOTORS 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.
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I LP WANTED
C9776 LEGAL SECRETARY;
minimum qualifications: 4
G.C.E. 0 levels including
English Language, at least three
years experience, references
required. Applications in own
handwriting to: Adv. C9776, P.
0. Box N-3207, c/o The
Tribune, Nassau.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama .
C9605
ASSISTANT MANAGERS/
Diving Instructor required for
Current Yacht & Diving Club,
Current, Eleuthera. Married
couple preferred. Husband to
set up and operate diving
programme, manage all aspects
of water sports and marine
activities, and must be able to
maintain diving equipment
compressor, outboard motors,
etc. Will be expected to train
additional staff to operate and
maintain equipment, and to
conduct diving tours. Must be
certified by NAUI, plus hold at
least one of the following
professional diving instructor
certifications PADI, NASDS,
YMCA. Wife will be expected
to act as assistant manageress
of Club operation, providing
backup in such areas as
housekeeping, dining room,
kitchen and bar supervision,
office work, etc. Typing and
book-keeping experience
helpful but not essential.
Salary open to negotiation.
Food and accommodation will
be provided. Please reply,
stating age, experience,
certificates held and salary
required to: Manager, Current
Yacht & Diving Club, Current,
Eleuthera.


I ELP WANTED
C9815
WANTED BY
LYFORD CAY CLUB:
Applications are being taken
for the position of Head Golf
Professional at Lyford Cay
Club. Applicants must be
between 35-50 years of age.
Class A member for a period of
not less than ten years of
recognized Professional
Golfers' Association and
graduate of an authorized PGA
business school. High school
matriculation required. Duties
consist of teaching golf to
membership, the supervision of
assistant golf professionals, the
golf starter and caddy master.
Applicant must stock and
operate at his expense the Pro
Shop and assume the purchase
of golf carts for rental to the
membership. He will be
required to organize and run
golf tournaments and golf
clinics.
TENNIS PROFESSIONAL:
Certified Class I member of
International Professional
Association or United States
Professional Association.
Applicant should have 5 years
experience with top club and
must be well versed in all
aspects of court maintenance.
Write for interviews giving full
details of past experience to:
Club Secretary, P. 0. Box
N-7776,, Nassau.
C73/8
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.


CLASSIFIEDADVS. BRING RESULTS -FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV.
TELEPHONE 2108 EXT. 5


GRAND

BAHAMA


ELP MNTE

C7385
(1) FRONT DESK CLERK:
Experienced young person
should be neat In appearance
and have a friendly and
courteous manner, also must
be prepared to work on shift.
MInimum .of one year
experience In hotels.
(1) ELECTRICIAN: Must be
capable of testing circuits and
be able to read drawings. Also
should have completed
apprenticeship and be a
qualified Electrician.
(1) BOILERMAN: Maintain
boilers and water softeners.
Should have knowledge of air
handling units and pumps, at
least two years experience In
boiler room.
Apply Monday through
Friday between -9:00 a.m.
and12:00 noonononly, to King's
Inn & Golf Club, P. O. Box
F-207, Personnel Department.,
C7386
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD. P. 0. Box F-2544,
Freeport, has job Opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance field, Freeport,
for the following positions.:
MAINTENANCE ZONE
SUPERINTENDENT --
Applicant must have
approximately 10 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
Refinery processes, products.
operations and haserds.
PLANNER/SCHEDULER -
Must have a minimum of 4
years experience associated
with. critical path planning,
refinery or Industrial plants
Including estimating,
IchdimH l of..
qup nt ant Iroianpo0wr far.
'work re"umrtmts. Must hive
an Engineering Degree from an
accredited Coee, Preferably
in Industrial, engineer but
ethr type wih Value Anlysis
bMpikence can apply. Abiltty
In PlannIng and cost
tilthiwtlon for new and
Medifications to existing
S=atlons.
? b a staff o that requires
fn mnt e oweilAl tneuel


,**, ~ ~ &^g.-~ ^^f*'


IELP WANTED

C7384
.OB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out a nd welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
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.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate pr
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3.5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
-Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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
"toirancies and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring Instruments ana
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
requked for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED
C9816
INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE
requires experienced Executive
Secretary for immediate
employment. Typing 60
w.p.m. Shorthand 90 w.p.m.
Bahamians need only apply.
Forward completed
applications to Adv. C9816,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
C9818
MANAGER required
immediately for the Hawks
Nest Club, Cat Island
Single person or couple, duties
include supervising ten modern
bedroom units, dining room,
kitchen and bar. Elementary
bookkeeping experience
helpful. Food, accommodation
and Transportation provided.
Salary $500.00 per month.
Ph one Wanklyn at
22000/22001 weekdays or
write c/o P. 0. Box N.3919,
Nassau.
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.

TRADE SERVICES
C9636

Pide l'g Cutoms

Brokomie Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


CARS FOR SALE I
C7382
1969 Cadillac limousine.
excellent condition, chauffeur
driven, low mileage, full
equipment, ideal for Taxi
Service.
Five Wheels of Grand Bahama
Ltd., Telephone 352-7001.

111.2...MI


ADS


TRADE SERVICES
C9632
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
JOHN S. GEORGE & CO.
LTD.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.
C8106
WORRY NO MORE! CALL
ABCO TO SOLVE YOUR
CLEANING PROBLEMS.
TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
C9805
NEED FAST SERVICE?
Do you have goods in Miami
you need in a hurry? Wells
Fargo Express will deliver! For
service call: NASSAU 51901
MIAMI 758-5597.
C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED
Contact D&R FURNITURE
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
C9763
CAR BURGLAR ALARM
For Only $9.95
Prevents Tampering in or out
of Car Inexpensive yet
effective Call or Write To
L.A.H. Enterprises Box
N1647, Nassau Phone
24391.
C9506
ISLAND TV SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
TV -- antenna Booster
Sales & Service
Phone 22618 P. 0. Box N327
Monday -- Saturday 8.30 to
5.30.
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.
C9652
TROUBLES small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. 0. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone:3-5870


REAL ESTATE
C7381
OWNER LEAVING Island,
must sell 3 bedroom/2 bath
home, furnished, landscaped,
fenced in. $24,500 or best
offer, financing available call
Freeport 373-4790 after 7:00
p.m. or write Box F-1727.


The Tri bune comics ae


CLASSIFIED












[Ententy, May 12,1973.


She rtibimt


b ert and the Memory Birds-10


K:ng." The next hour passes
quickly in a bustle of sahifng
furniture, laying carpets, and
changing curtains. Whew
what a hurry I pants Rupert.
"Do you think we shall have
everything done before he
arrives ? "Yes, thanks to
your help." says h:s friend.
RESERVED


Rupert and the Memory Birds-11










All at once a whirring in the good job of it," he m:les. "I
y iends Rupert rushing to think his Majesty w II be
te window. "It's the King I"0 pleased wth the royal apart-
be cries. "He Is on his way ment." "We've even made a
here." The Wise Old Goat is throne," laughs Rupert. It's
calm as he goes round rather like his own palace. I
l o see that all is in know, because I've been
order. Yes, we have made a there once or twice."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


"As I waited for your solution to this problem, I was
1 wondering how fast a computer might have solved it."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
21. Gold In
AM heraldry
?( 22.Craze
23. Obtained
1. Yardarm 24. Biting
5. Miss Muffet's 25. Hoisting chain
-fare 26. Exist
10. Vacation 28. Cleave
11. Active 30. Surface-to-air
12. Conference missile
13. Countenance 31. Pitch
14. Baker 32. Drone
15. Lincoln 33. Sawyer
17. Space walk 34. Beards of
It. Preceded wheat
19. Saute 35. Violin maker
20. Begin to 37. Longhorn
form 39. Sharper


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Artificial 30. Matted wool
5. Selective 32. DOisseminate
Y Service 33. Brown
,. Chart pigment
I11. Naturalness 36. Catnip
42. Glove leather 38. Uncertain
3s. eastern title 43. Breathe
4. eosserts 45. Concept
45 Mrs. Roosevelt 46. Republicans
17. Repot 47. Discord
9. Corrode 46. Copyread
.Hoosler poet 49. Presidential
. Taro paste monogram
Twitching 50. Superlative
128. Summer Fr. ending
S Prtrntet 51. Unit of force


SOLUTION OP SATURDAY'S PUZZLE


40. Golf clubs
41. Direction
42. Color quality
DOWN
1. Joined


2. Pledge
3. Coin of Macao
4. Trophy
5. Night club
6. Gums
7. Backslide
8. Flock
9. Trifle
10. Sweetheart
12. Horseback
game
16. Alongside
19. Blubber
20. Shaver
22. Dandy
23. Resin
24. Obeisance
25. Chess opening
26. Marriage
proclamation
27. Gaelic
28. Record
29. Levity
30. Hence
31. String
33. Coupled
34. Shakespeare's
river
36. Wine cask
38. Gold in Spain


SOLUTION OF YP TIRDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN
1. Tribe 7. Missile
2. Filamnent 8. Robes
3. Uncertain 9. Yore
4. Intervening 10. Ideal golf
5. Freethinker score
6. Frame 16. Witch bird
18. Held a session
21. World War II
area
22. Red-berry
evergreen
23. Dance step
24. Unrefined
metal
25. Stalemate
27. Nunnery
31. Social
34. Flibber-
tigibbet
35. Reside
37. Ran between
ports
r r 139. Rainbow
40. Whirlpool
41. No In
*_ 42. English art
43. Dispatch
,. ..- .!5 44. Surc, se


pe and his friend watch
Sli e ecort b;rd set of with
OrI In his beak. Then
e Me Goat turns briskly
to Ohw hous. Come. little
bee-," INe se. There is
much to be done in so little
tide. We must make part of
the house ready to receive the
ALL RIGHTS


UOW wmay
Swords of
M f u r leters
or more can
ou make
from the
I L letters shown
here? In
Sakln a
word. each
a letter n
Sbe used once
only. Bach
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one elabt-ietter word in the


Winning


GENERAL TENDENCIES: An unusually good
Saturday to get in touch with those you want
to have cooperate with you more closely. Reach a new
understanding with them. Also get into any activities requiring
color, culture, music, or where precision and neatness of touch
are required.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Find out what associates want
of you, then you can make better plans. Once this is done, you
can go out later for recreation with mate- Avoid one who
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Look about you and see
where you can make needed improvements and do so Shop
around later for any items of clothing you need Take care you
do not go beyond your means, or you will regret it.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) The right Saturday to get into
the amusements that will make you feel much better Show
mate you are devoted. You have been taking this person for
granted for a ong time.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can get busy
and make your home much more attractive and smooth
running early. Kin are cooperative, and you can do some
entertaining that pleases all. Make a good impression on
friends.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Complimenting km or business
contacts if they deserve it is wise and makes them happier. Tell
your friends how they can help you Avoid one who gossips a
peat deal.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) You see now how to handle
money affairs satisfactorily; come to a better understanding
with others. Listen to an expert concerning stocks and bonds,
other valuables.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are highly magnetic now
and should get out in social circles, to business meetings, etc.,
where you can make the most of this day, accomphsh much
Dress well. Avoid one who makes you nervous.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Plan more time for being
with that person you like so- much and be happy, gain your
fondest aim, and please mate, also. Evening is fine for
increasing happiness with mate. Avoid bickering, though
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) State your aims to
good pals and allies so you gain their assistance and goodwill as
well. Being very sociable now is pleasant and profitable Avoid
some situation that leads to trouble, expense.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan- 20) Wear your nicest clothes
and go out for social pleasures that can lift your spirits. Make a
fine impression on a bigwig. Something of a civic nature can
also bring excellent results. Grow.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Ideal day to make plans
for a vacation in the near future. Get the data you need for
such. Being mild and more open-minded with others gets you
good results. Avoid that stumbling block that is in the path of
your progress.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Plan to have a good time with
one who is close to you. Get into the activities that you
mutually like, since the planets are very favorable. Follow
your hunches. Steer clear of an irate associate.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she will be
one of those young people with much charm, with whom both
parents and others can have much pleasure. The nature is a
peaceful one and will do much to bring harmony to others-
There is the ability to cooperate with people and the
professions that require such a talent are best, as well as
precision and neatness. Permit to follow whatever religion
most appeals to this youngster. Not much liking for sports
here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life Isrrgely up to YOUt


iobt Nio plurals: no Eoretin words:
no proper names. T )ODAY'S
TARGET: 30 wo .r d s. good ;
33 words. verve good: 40 words,
excellent Solution tomorrow.
YESTEKUAV'S St)I.UTION :
Rtul inert inlet Inter Invert
lent lint litre lute nitre rent
rite rivet rivulet runlet runt
tern tier tile tiler tine tire
trine triune truite tune tuner
turn unit uinite unlit unrlvet
untie until until vent ventil
vert vlnt virtu virtue VIRULENT.


Bly L|EONHARD DARDEN
Bridge
IT was one o 0a0s auysa when
everything Wa g wrong.
North
4 A 10 8

West ast
V 8 2 V Q 10 9 4 -
0A10 5 2 Q(4J 9
4 K Q 1076 4*954 2
*KQ974 3
V A63,,,
o KB 4
6 8K Black to move: how does he
Seuth Wet North win? Black saw that the obvious
I& 2A 4# ALL PASS 1 .. Q-K5 oh Is well met by 2
Wested the K and & boutn P-B3 and then hit on a ,.-., K-
surveyed his dubious prospects. able winning idea. The position
On the bidding, West surely had occurred in a gamee y post, ana
the QA, so everything would I doubt if many players would
hinge on the VQ ianowas he have found the decisive move
llkety to bring oft a waesse? over the board.
Suddenly he bad an idea. He Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
would make ha contract 2o master; 20 seconds, chess master;
matter who had what. 40 seconds, chess expert; 3 min-
How did South play ? Any utes, county ply0er; 6 minutes.
ideas ? cluu strength; 10 minutes, aver-
There was one card he could age; 25 minutes, novice.
place with certainty, the 4Q,
and that was enough. Going up C/ze8 l
with the *A, he drew trumps, Chess Soluialo
cashed ""n e h e VI, I ... -BS 2Q QxR, Q-K5
and continued with the J, oh; 3 P-B3. R x PI and the dis.
throwing his third heart. Let covered check threats such as 4
West do his worst. . R-QB6 ch winning the
A diamond up to South's OK wueen are decisive-for instance
or a club, conedlna ruff and 4 P--KR, J4-B7 db ch/; 5 K x R,
discard, would cost West a tricK. t-)R6 mate. After I .. R-B8;
It he had a heart-or both 2 Q--Kr tfa. to 2 ... RxR; 3
herts-it wouldn't help him. jx B-. Q x Kt ch. The actual
Declarer would go up with ame finished drastically by ..
dummy's VJ, and either it would a--Ba; 2 Q-Kt3 Q-K5 ch- 3
win, or else rast would have -th P-B3, Kt x P; 4 k x Kt. Rx ,It 5
QQ. Then South would runs and QxR, R-KtS chl and White
score dummy's last heart, tor resigned because he loses his
now the suit would have broken queen.


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Lubricated. (5)
Works In wool. (3)
Golf Item. (3)
Notice. (4)
Freedom (5)
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Excellence In examlnuatinq
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Chess














Bahamas champ Baby



Boy beats Bobby Lloyd



with controversial TKO

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP Baby Boy Rolle
had his hands full up to the fourth round and then unleashed a
destructive bolo which he followed through with crippling body
punches that eliminated his American opponent Bobby Lloyd via
a technical knockout in 2:10 of the fifth round.


But there was a little
controversy concerning the
punch that sent Lloyd down.
Pat Curry, Lloyd's manager,
claimed that his man was hit
low and was unable to carry on
any longer. Seconds from
Rolle's corner said that Rolle
finished Lloyd with an upper
cut to the side. Many of the
other fans who had a close up
view of the action claimed they
"never saw the punch."
"He was hitting hard but I
knew I was going to get him in
the later rounds," commented
Rolle after the bout. "I was
just trying to figure him out.
The bolo changed the story. It
is the real thing."
Going into last night's bout
with knockouts over his last
two opponents, Lloyd, with-a
reach advantage, kept Rolle at
bay with his "sticking" left
jabs. Occasionally he
threatened with a combination.
Bobbing and weaving,
dancing and jeering, Lloyd in
the second round dropped his
guard enticing Baby to make a
silly move. Rolle found himself
a little aggressive but unable to
penetrate effectively.
DIDN'T WINCE
Lloyd in the third round
turned on the steam and
moved Rolle into a corner
where he peppered him with
lefts and rights. A very fit
Rolle took his punishment
without wincing.
It was not until the fifth
round that Rolle showed his
true form and slammed the
bolo to Lloyd's head. This
punch took immediate effect
and Rolls followed through
with counter punches to the
body. Both fighters backed
into the ropes punching at each
other when Lloyd fell to one
knee and referee George
Wilmore counted him out.
"Baby fought the fight as
instructed," said his trainer
Marty Goldstein. "He was not
to open up until the sixth but
when he fell through the ring
and injured his mouth we
decided to open up in the fifth.
"This guy was fast," said
Goldstein. "Lloyd was getting
on top of Baby more than we
expected. But no time were we
worried because we knew he
had endurance."
******
In supporting bouts, the
fancy Kid Bowson took a
unanimous decision from
southpaw Marciano Johnson in
four rounds. Johnson fighting
his first bout was unable to top
the experience of Bowson who
scored easily with lefts and
rights. Johnson, however,
occasionally came back with
surprising rights.
Middleweight John Williams
in the third round knocked
down Claudius Woodside for
the mandatory count and went
on to gain a unanimous
decision in their six rounder.
Williams using his reach
advantage scored freely and
ASTROS HAMMER REDS
NEW YORK, MAY 12 (AP) -
"The lip" is back and the Houston
Astroma marked the return of
manager Leo Durocher with a 5-i
National League baseball victory
over Cincinnati Friday night.
Durocher's appearance was his
flst since April 18 when he was
hospitalized


twice jolted his opponent.
**c***


law J


Former lightweight champ
Freddie Major, making a
comeback bid for the
championship, scored a
unanimous decision over .
Miami's Andre Guevera in a six
rounder. Guevera suffered his HARD-HITTING American Bobby Lloyd hands It out to
second loss in two Nassau Bahamas lghtheavywelght champion Baby Boy Rolle In the
appearances. In his last outing, early rounds of their fight last night. Baby Boy scored a
he was knocked out by the controversial TKO In the fifth round.
Bahamas Sugar Ray sears. PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


Saturday, May 12, 1973.


Prince Williams beat C.C. Sweetings


take Western Division championship.
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
DEFEATED BY THE REFEREE is often the cry of the losers, but coach Caswell Thompseo
was positive of obvious discrepancy hi the officiating. And yet, Prince Williams High overcame a$
of the 'home court decisions' and stopped the rookies of C. C. Sweeting 10-15, IS-7, 4-15, 15-13
and 15-13 to win the Western Division volleyball championship for the second consecutive yewa.


They were undefeated in ten ganm
Prince Will has been the
High School Volleyball
Championship winner for the
past five years.
Although it was a painful
loss for the C. C. Sweeting
squad yesterday, their senior
girls, presently undefeated in
eight games, still have a chance
to capture their championship
when they take on Prince Will's
senior girls on Monday at C. C.
Going into yesterday's game
with one loss in nine played -
the loss going to Prince Will -
the rookies with Culbert Evans
and Mathew Leckey protecting
the forward line controlled an
early 6-3 lead. The calling from
the beginning did not please
coach Thompson and twice he
appealed to the referee a C.
C. Sweeting student.
PERSEVERED
Prince Will however
persevered and came to within
three points of the lead at
10-7. Bad flicks were
consistent among the
defending champions and C. C.
capitalized on these calls to
take a 13-7 lead before taking a
in 1nl-A


The second set was not so
easy for C.C. as the fiery
spiking of David Bullard fed by
good sets from Leslie
Cartwright and Alpheus Forbes
rattled the home team's
defence. They overcame C.C.'s
one point lead and went ahead
12-7 to tie the sets at one all.
Prince Will in the third again
concentrated their shots to
Bullard but with the pressure
on him, he failed to score
effectively. C.C. then jumped
on the veterans for a 7-2 lead.
The officiating at this time,
according to coach Thompson,
was outrageous and he made
verbal notice of a protest.
Prince Will managed only
two points more and C.C. took
a 2-1 lead. C.C. in the fourth
set gave up four quick points
within two services.
Nevertheless, Sweeting High
held fast and behind the
spiking of Kevin Rolle with
captain Dennis Forbes
contributing good sets pushed
them to a 10-7 lead after tying
up at seven all.
The veterans showed some
sins of rejuvination and rallied
i .,


behind the service of Alpheus
Forbes taking a 14-13 lead
when coach Grant called a tine
out.
That came to no good and
Prince Will evened up at two
all.
Again C.C. fell 8-0 behind
the spiking of Bullard with
Leslie Cartwright at the line. A
foot fault gave C.C. the serve
and one point.
Continuing their battle
Prince Will took their
command to I1-1 when with
Leckey at the line, C.C. tallkid
five points. Returning to the
court, Prince Will tallied three
points but this served only to
spur on the rookies who scored
seven points resting at 13. and
dropped their second in ten. '
"I found it wise to withdraw
the protest," smiled coach
Thompson after the game.


FREEPORT Jim King of La GorcesCountry Club, Miami
Beach, rolls in a par putt on the second playoff hole at the
Bahama Reef Country Club to win the Bahamas
International Pro/Am Invitational Golf Tournament.
Photos Gordon Lomer.

Jim King wins Bahamas Pro/A
BIG JIM KING, a -touring after a two-hole playoff at th
pro since 1968 captured the Bahama Reef Contry Club.
Bahamas International Pro/Am King, who plays out of L
Invitational Golf Tournament Gorce Country Club in Mian


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East Division
W L Pet. GB \
Detroit 14 IS .483 ... Chicgo I1
Biatimoro 13 14 .481 ... New York is
Milwaukee 12 14 .462 V Pittsburgh 13
Boston 12 14 .462 'A Montreal 12
New York 12 IS .444 I I'hiladelphia II
Cleveland t 1on .433 it St. LouisW.
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Kansas City 19 II .633 1 % Houston 2
Oakland 16 14 .533 4'/a Cincinnall t
California 13 12 .520 5 LosAngelsa I
Minnesota II 13 .458 6Va Atlanta I
Texas _rid 's 1I .il.360 9 Sen Diego I
Baltimore 3, New York 0 Frid
Boston 4, Cleveland 2 Chicago 4 CAH
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Kansas City 6. Minnexota 2 Houston S. Cis
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(Curtis 1-), I pjn. Los Angles
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City (dUtr1 l0). 11:0p.mM LAuis (Bibby
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