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Publication Date: May 14, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 145


Monday, May 14, 1973.


Price: I Cents


$100 MILLION COMPLEX


FOR ARAWAK


CAY


ANNOUNCED


Development Corporation to enter into



partnership with newly formed company


By NICKI KELLY
THE MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT announced today it has approved plans "which could result in a $100
million tourist complex on Arawak Cay," a Bahamas Information Services release said today.


The first phase of the
development is scheduled to
begin in July, according to Mr.
Alfred Maycock M. P.,
chairman of the Bahamas
Development Corporation.
According to the official
statement agreements "setting
up the necessary machinery to
proceed with additional studies
and development" have been
signed with Harbour Cay



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PLANE CRASH




IDENTIFIED

THE PARTLY decomposed
body of a man found near a
plane wreck in four feet of
water about four miles from
Chub Cay in the Berry Islands
has been identified as that of
Clinton Bruce Bunn, 28, of
Fort Lauderdale, Florida,
police said today.
Police are still investigating
the possibility that American
businessman Mike Zorovich,
Sr., was also aboard the
wrecked twin-engine Lockheed.
aircraft.
Mr. Zorovich was reported to
be the pilot of an aircraft
rented in Fort Lauderdale and
reported overdue on its return
flight to Miami, where it was
scheduled to arrive on
Sunday, May 7, the day the
Lockheed and the body were
found off Chub Cay. Although
Mr. Zorovich is still missing
police have not as yet
confirmed whether he was
aboard the downed aircraft.
Police reported they also
found in the wreck five bags
containing about 240 pounds
of marijuana.
Mr. Zorovich is said to have
operated a fish export business
in the Acklins/Crooked Island
area, although Government
denied in the House of
Assembly permission for the
operation was ever given.


Limited.
The release does not further
identify Harbour Cay Limited
beyond saying that Mr. Bruce
Procope, Q.C., Trinidad
barrister-at-Law, Mr. Mervyn
de Sousa, Trinidad Actuary;
Mr. Jerome Steiker, a certified
public accountant from New
York and Mr. R. Mclean Bease
of Trust Corporation of the
Bahamas will be directors in

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the partnership company to be
formed with the Bahamas
Development Corporation.
The government statement
said that the partnership will
operate as the Arawak Cay
Development Company, but
although government is
providing the land, there is no
indication who will provide the
financing to begin the
large-scale real estate venture.

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AN AGREEMENT has bpen signed between the Bahamas
Development Corporation and Harbour- Cay Limited
forming the Arawak Cay Devojopment Company for the
purpose of developing the Cay. Pictured above during the
4. iV Vf the agreement ere, from left to right (seated): Mr.
Joseph Garfunkel Nassau; Mr. Jerome Stelker/ f Nbw
York; Hon. Carltoh E. Francis, Minister of Development;
and Mr. Alfred Maycock, M.P., chairman of the Bahamas
Development Company and Arawak Cay Development
Company. Standing from left to right are: Mr. Percy
Campbell, Director of Industrial Development for Ministry
of Development; Mr. Bruce Procope, Q.C. and Mr. Mervyn
deSouza, both of Trinidad; Mr. Anthony Hall of Nassau;
Mr. F. M. Lunde of TEG International Ltd., and Mr.
Lanforth of Warner Burns Toan Lunde architects. PHOTO:
Howard Glass


(The Tribune has ascertained
however that there is no one
by the name of Bease
associated with Trust
Corporation of the Bahamas,
nor is the name Harbour Cay
Limited known to TCB.
(When this paper checked
back with Bahamas
Information Services it was
told that Mr. Bease was
connected with Bahamas
International Trust Company.
(When The Tribune made its
own check, it learned that Mr.
Bease is trust manager with the
Bank of London and Montreal
and that Harbour Cay is not
registered with BITCO.)
$30m.-PHASE ONE
Harbour Cay Limited is
supposed to have conducted
the original feasibility studies
which were presented to
government, Bahamas
Information Services said.
The release said the first
phase of the three-phase
programme calls for two
hotels; an apartment and
residential complex;
convention facilities; beach
facilities; shops, a marina with
water sports facilities and
parking accommodations.
It is to cost approximately
$30 million over a period of
five to seven years, and will
begin in July.
Total Environmental Group
International of New York will
research, plan and design the
physical development of the
Cay. The first phase of that
company's development
planning will be to study the
current status, trends and
anticipated future growth of
tourism and related market
demands. "Project plans will


f then be updated to meet the
NP DevCo acquires Bahamian needs of the present and
projected situations," Bahamas


rights to new building system

THE NEW PROVIDENCE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY has
acquired the Bahamian rights for a new system of building which
produces houses and other structures for substantially less than
those constructed by traditional methods, Canadian investor E. P.
Taylor told members of the Nassau Rotary Club Tuesday.


Speaking at the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel, Mr. Taylor said it was
the company's intention in due
course to sub-license other
builders in the country to
enable them to use this system
if they wished to.
"We have now commenced
to build some housing for
lower income Bahamians' and
later for middle income
Bahamians and expatriates," he
said.
In addition the company is
presently developing 5,000
acres of land contiguous to
Lyford Cay, the original Taylor
development.
"When all the 5,000 acres
and its four miles of waterfront
are developed, after providing


for roads, harbours, schools,
playgrounds, hospitals,
shopping centres, golf courses
and hotels, and a commercial
and industrial area etc., there
will be some 3,000 acres left
for residential purposes," Mr.
Taylor said.
The development of this
new area, he observed,
followed a recognition that the
population of the eastern
sector of New Providence
would increase to such an
extent that a new town should
be planned for the western
sector.
Mr. Taylor said he therefore
put together a group of
planners and worked out a land
use plan for the area which
could, in time, become a model
community.
SKYLAB SOLAR

PANELS STUCK
CAPE KENNEDY, FLA.
(AP) Skylab, America's first
space station, rocketed into
orbit today, but failure of two
solar panels to extend
' threatened to jeopardize the
mission.
The unmanned Skylab was
fired into orbit to serve as a
"cabin in the sky" for nine
astronauts in the next eight,
months, with the first
three-man crew scheduled to
be launched to the lab
Tuesday.
A Saturn 5 rocket propelled
the 85-ton Skylab into a
perfect orbit nearly 271 miles
above the earth, and all
systems seemed to be working
well until Mission Control
Centre reported nearly two
hours after the 1:30 p.m. EDT
liftoff that the two 30-foot
solar panels had not deployed.
An effort was being made to
extend the wing-like panels by
radio signal from the ground.


Information Services said.
TO LEASE SPACE
The release indicated that
hotels and other revenue
earning entities would be
encouraged to lease building
space on Arawak Cay for a
specified annual fee.
The second phase of the
development would be the
construction of another hotel,
additional apartments and
residences, an entertainment
centre, a financial centre.
additional beach facilities,
more shops, a cinema and the
expansion of yachting and
parking facilities.
Bahamas Information
Services said the hotel
construction phases will
require 1.200 to 1,500
construction workers and the
condominium construction and
other developments will
require another 1,000 to 1,500
construction men.
'Permanent personnel to be
employed in service capacities
upon completion of all projects
is estimated to be from 2,000
to 2,400" it was stated.
Third phase of the
development calls for cruise
ship berthing on the north side
of the Cay. In addition there
will be a fourth hotel, a
theatre, outdoor amphitheatre,
aquacade stadium, a straw
market, additional shops,
marina, beach and apartment
facilities. Each of the hotels is
expected to have 500 rooms.
In phase one Arawak Cay
will be bridged with Silver Cay
where beaches will be utilized
and developed, the official
release said.
The Bahamas government
will have three members on the
board of directors of Arawak
Development Company. They
are: Mr. Alfred Maycock,
Bahamas Development
Corporation chairman, who
will also serve as chairman of
the company. Mr. Carlton
Williams, a member of the
Development Corporation, and
Mr. Joseph Garfunkel,
prominent Nassau
businessman.
The four other members of
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PASSENGERS bound for
London from Nassau on British
Overseas Airways Thursday
night had their take-off
delayed almost four hours as a
result of a bomb scare aboard
the aircraft in London.
BOAC general manager in
Nassau Michael Keeman, said
Saturday he had little
information on the incident, as
the airline's office here only
received a message saying the



UPHOLSTERED
RECUNIES


NASSAU- REPORT
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flight had been delayed
because of a report-there was a
bomb aboard.
A five-hour search of the
aircraft proved the whole thing
a hoax.
The aircraft's schedule called
for a flight from London to
Bermuda, Kingston, Nassau
and back to London. On the
way it made up for some of the
lost time.
The flight, supposed to
depart Nassau at 10:40 p.m.
Thursday, did not take off
until 2:25 a.m. Friday.
There were reports that
passengers waiting here
complained that all the coffee
shops and restaurants were
closed at that time of the night
and morning, and they were
completely without
refreshment.


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A: PLAN OF the $100
million development planned
for Arawak Cay shows the
number of facilities to be
provided when its three
phases are completed. Inset is
artist's conception of the
futuristically designed
complex viewed from the
north.


200 FROM 59 p

COUNTRIES ARE

,INVITED TO

INDEPEPENDENCEj

SOME 200 invited foreign
guests are expected to attend
the Bahamas Independence
Day celebrations on July 10.


The Tribune understands
these will include official
representatives and members of
organizations from the 59
countries invited, friends of the
Bahamas and distinguished
Bahamians living abroad.
All the countries of the
Caribbean, including Cuba,
have been asked to attend, as
have delegations from the
United Kingdom, United
States, Canada and all those
European countries with
consular representatives in the
Bahamas.
The deadline for acceptance
is June 1.
The largest official
government delegation will be
sent by the United Kingdom
which will have six
representatives.
It is anticipated that because
of the close relations between
the Bahamas and the United
States, a high-ranking official
will be sent as that country's
representative.
In such instances the
President of the United States
is usually represented by the
vice-president.
It is understood that the
Independence Secretariat is
now surveying various hotels
on Nassau and Paradise for
suitable accommodation for
the visiting dignitaries.


BEC SETTLEMENT

'IN PRINCIPLE'

THE Engineering Union and
the Bahamas Electricity
Corporation today reached
agreement "in principle" on a
new work contract, and
employees are to r eet this
week with union negotiators to
finalise contract provisions.
Union president Dudley
Williams said his negotiating
team will meet tonight with
salaried workers, and "later in
the week" with hourly paid
employees.
He said union and
management negotiators have
agreed on several alternative
"formulas," and it will be up
to the workers to choose the
formula they wish to have
applied.
He said management is
expected to agree to whichever
of the alternatives the unionists
choose.


ONE of the oldest living
residents of the Bahamas was
honoured in absentia yesterday
at the Mother's Day
celebrations held at the
Southern Roemation ( oilds.
Mother Sue Rahming of
Black Point, Andros will be
110 years old on June 5. TIh
mother of 14, she lives with
one of her daughters at the
settlement but is visited
periodically by members of the
Bahamas Mothers' Club.
Only recently Mrs. R. G.
Adderley, an active Mother's
Club member, was sent to
Andros with gifts for the
elderly lady.


MOTHER OF THE YEAR
MRS. NELLIE WILLIAMS, right, with eight children and
25 grandchildren, was named 1973 "Mother of the Year" in
ceremonies at the Southern Recreation Grounds Sunday
sponsored by the Bahamas Mothers' Club. Pictured with
Mrs. Williams is club president Mrs. Bessie Colebrook. Also
present at the ceremonies were Mrs. Milo B. Butler, wife of
the Governor-General designate, and Mrs. Marguerite
Pindling, wife of the Prime Minister. Mrs. Williams in
addition to her success as a mother, Is vice president of the
Queen Mary Needlework Guild, and is associated with the
Daughters of Elks, Junior Daughters of Elks, the Family of
Pageants and the Prince Hall Formation.


Litter-bin base found in


South 'after taking a walk'


ONE OF the distinctive,
non-tip red bases to the litter
bins provided by public
donations was removed from
where it was placed in Winton
by the Independence Clean-Up
Campaign Committee.
A search located it in the
South Market Street area, a
member of the committee said
today. The red base was there
he said, with a private garbage
bin placed securely inside.
The committee spokesman
said the police had been
notified.
"We are very concerned by
such incidents," he said,
"especially as these bins have
been provided with money
collected from the public."
Last week a spokesman for
the committee complained
about the way in which the
bins were being vandalized and
used for purposes for which
they were not intended.
Plastic liners had been stolen
from them and wet garbage
was being deposited inside.
DEAD DOG
On one occasion a dead dog
was dumped in a bin.
"These bins are only
emptied once a week, and
something like this can cause a
terrible stench," the
spokesman said.
The public was urged to
make every effort to assist in
the cleanup campaign by
disposing of their litter and
garbage in the proper manner.


A letter was circulated to all
merchants informing them that
the bins were not for their use.
The public has donated
about $16,000 to purchase the
bins from H.M. Prison, where
they are being made.
Another $4,000 is needed to
complete the job.
SWISS ARREST
BERNIE CORNFELD
(GENEVA (AP)- Bernard
Cornfeld, founder and
long-time head of the once
mighty offshore mutual fund
giant Investors Overseas
Services (IOS) was arrested in
Geneva Monday on charges of
fraud, abetting speculation and
mis-management, police
announced.
A police spokesman said
Cornfeld's arrest and the
charges "are connected with
the entire complex question of
IOS," He declined to discuss
the case in detail.
He said the Geneva
prosecution chamber a
magistrate court which by
Cantonal (State) law must
weigh charges within one week
of the arrest will discuss the
case Wednesday morning.
Police sources said Cornfeld,
once boasting a personal
fortune of more than 200
million dollars when he was
still at the head of the
company, was arrested Monday
afternoon while visiting his
mother who lives in Geneva.


In addition to raising 14
children and assisting in the
raising of her many
grandchildren and great
grandchildren, Mother
Rahming found time to
practise nursing.
Still actively interested in
things around her, she spends
her time plaiting or reminiscing
about bygone days.
One of Mother Rahming's
special weaknesses is a taste for
ice cream, says Mrs. Adderley.
Mother Rahming's husband
died 30 years ago.
While at Andros Mrs.
Adderley travelled to Smith's
Hill to meet officers and
members of the first branch of
the Bahamas Mothers' Club.
The president of the club is
Mrs. Florina Taylor. Other
officers include: Blossom
Johns, first vice-president,
Geneva Bastian, secretary.
The club was formed last
June by Mrs. Adderley, Mrs.
Jenny Bain and Mrs. Lillian
Thompson.
Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Bastian
attended the Mother's Day
celebrations in Nassau courtesy
of Out Island Airways.

KINGSWAY ACADEMY
PTA MEETING -
KINGSWAY Academy will
have its final Parent-Teachers
meeting for this term
tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the
Activities Centre of the school.
The election of PTA officers
and a slide show will be the
main feature of the meeting.
Preceding the programme
there will be an open house in
the classroom from 7 30 to 8
p.m,


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Nixon faces possible BREAK FUIlU ; Nixon and Brezhnev i T FMIS FdT


ST. VINCENTS AG. ATT. GENERAL SHOT AT HOME
KINGSTON, ST. VINCENT (AP) St. Vincent's acting Attorney
General, Ceel Rawle, has been shot at home in Kingstown, police say. A
spokesman reports that Rawle, who suffered a chest wound, was taken in
critical condition to a hospital.
BODY OF WOMAN FOUND STUFFED IN CLOSET
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD (AP) A 33-year-old unemployed man
N stand trial for the murder of a young New York woman, the Trinidad
icewst aet ayL The suspect has been Identified as Ulric Joachim. The
gIl, Deborah Knrsey, of Huntington. New York. was found stuffed In a
closet of a Port-of-Spain hotel in March. The trial date will be set later.
PRINCE CHARLES TO ATTEND STATE CEREMONY
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (AP) Prince Charles will attend a state
ceremony on St. Kitts on June 1, It has been announced in Basseterre.
Premier Charles Bradshaw says the Queen has agreed to allow Charles, the
Prince of Wales of the British Commonwealth, to be present.
THE NIXONS SPEND QUIET MOTHER'S DAY
CAMP DAVID, MD. (AP) The President and Mrs. Nixon spent a quiet
Mother's Day here Sunday with Nixon reported working In his study In the
afternoon.
With them were their daughter Juls, and her husband, David
Eisanhower who came to this mountain top hideaway late Saturday night.
Also oa hand was C. G. Babs Reboso of Key Bilcayne, Fla.
Daughter Tricia and her husband, Edward Cox, were at the home of his
parents In New York.
TRIBAL CLASHES IN BURUNDI. OVER SO KILLED
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA (AP) More than 50 persons have
been killed and scores injured In fighting in Burundi, reports reaching here
said Sunday.
Tanzanian government officials said anti-government rebels In Burundi,
armed with spears and arrows, launched predawn attacks Thursday on
villass six miles from the Burundi-Tanzania border. Later more than to100
.foema fled to Tansansia seeking sanctuary, they added.
About 80 persons were killed in March when Burundi troops chased,
rebels crossed the border and attacked five Tanxanian villages. Burundi. a
small country lodged between Zaire and Tansania in Eastern Central
Africa, later apologized for the incident.
Neary 100,000 persons were believed killed a year ago when the Hutus,
Burundl's majority tribe, rebelled against the ruling Tutsl tribe and the
Tutsi-run government carried out systematic reprisals.
US. OPERATIONS OVER CAMBODIA CONTINUE
HONOLULU (AP) The U.S. Pacific Command reported that American
warplanes continued operations over Cambodia on Sunday, but a
Command spokesman denied a Viet Cong charge that the planes had
bombed inside South Vietnam.
"The fact Is," said Lt. Col. John C. Fairbanks, "we have had no combat
operations over South Vietnam since the cease-fire."
The Command said Sunday's operations over Cambodia, which included
BS2s, were conducted at the request of the Cambodian government.
Fairbanks declined to give further details.
BEIRUT AIRPORT RED PENS FOR BUSINESS
BEIRUT (AP) Beirut Airport. the major transport centre in the
Middle East, reopened Saturday in another step toward normalcy in
Lebanon. Political leaders stepped up their calls for an end to the state of
emergency.
The Army Command strongly denied a guerrilla clam made in Damascus
that It was moving reinforcements into the capital for a new assault on
guerrilla strongholds.
Military oommuniques reported no new fighting except for a rocket and
mortar attack on a village near the northern border with Syria shortly after
midnight.
One soldier was killed and eight wounded. Guerrilla casualties were not
iven.
For the first time in five days, Lebanese Air Force jets did not hit
guerrla positions near the border, another Indication the threat of foreign
Intervention was receding.
But Lebanon's national carrier, Middle East Airlines, went back Into
action, with Its fleet of Jets roaring in over the city's rooftops to resume
normal service.
TUS ORDERED TO REMAIN INDOORS SUNDAY
ISTANPUL. TURKEY (AP)- Moet of Turkey was ordered to remain
indoor fSuday to enable offielal to draw up a new electoral roll for the
Oct. 14 gevlrad eloecotiS.
Close to a ilo census workers went from house to house In village
d cities e ioig Tturklh citizens aged 21 and over. The number eslgible
S vote was expsted to be around 17 mllon.
PFoilgners also were affected by the order forbidding anyone to leave
1 ida place of residence on penalty of fines up to $71. Troops patrolled the
asaeels to enfore the curfew.
Forei traveller arriving at airports and railway stations found them
crowded with Turkah trvellge unable to continue their journeys. The
foreign arrivals, however, received special passes to go to their hotels,
where most had to stay until the 12-hour curfew ended at 5 p.m.
It wsi the fourth time in theyears that Turks were obliged to spend a
Sunday at home. In 1970 there was a general census and in 1971 and 1972
artd lauw authorities imposed curfews to carry out houe-to-houae
searches for leftist teroeriats.
This year complaints arose in the press that the electoral registration
system was usmeceauprly retrictive and wasteful.
46 INJURED IN FLORIDA PRISON OUTBREAK
BUSHNELL, FLA. (AP)- Authorities reported the Sumter Correctional
Insttution was tense but quiet Sunday after riot-equipped guards quelled a
battle between 400 black and white inmates which left 46 persons Injured.
"There Is some tenseness but thing seem to be going fairly routinely
now," Rex Newman, State Corrections Department spokesman, said in
Talahassee Sunday. "The men wen fed in their dorms and relatives of
ieme of the Inmate were let in to visit today."
Three state prison Inspectors and the state attorney's office began
invettigatang the cause of the Saturday night violence. Warden K. D.
Coner speculated that the fighting may have been sparked by the stabbing
eta black tmaute by a white Friday night.
Semn inmates were hospltalzed with stab wounds or broken jaws as a
ait of the fightingls, Newman said.
Thirty-eght other prisoners and one guard were treated for wounds
safered in the meale, said Newman. All those Injured were whites, he said.
The modea eluded prison 4rmis-northwest of Orlando, has a
population of S0. Blacks outatmber whites 2-to-1.
BIN T'WO OPENINGS WERE NOT ENOUGH
LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND (AP)- The 64th annual meeting of
Rotary latarnational, the world club of nearly one million businessmen,
aa opened here Sunday twice.
The opemng ceremony featuring music and speeches In the Lsuaanne
Fatlvil Hal which holds only a fraction of the participants had to be held
B5w so it wae attended by only half of the 20,000 rotarians spread out
sm e same 400 hoatls in 40 8wIs towns andeallage.
Opeal ag lse4day corass, Georgas Andrae Chevallas, Mayor of
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Northern Ireland puson.


By Lawrence L. Kutso
WASHINGTON (AP)- The ranking Republican m the Semate's
Watgate investitio committee said Sundoy readat Nxom
faces possible impeachment if facts clearly prove he was ievo ed.


Sen. Howard Baker,
(R-Tenn.) declined to state
where he believes the facts
eventually will fall.
But he said he has no reason
at present to believe Nixon was
not telling the truth when he
said he had no participation or
knowledge of either the
Watergate bugging or its alleged
covemp.
The Tennessee Republican
declined to state flatly,
however, that the President is
not a subject of investigation
by the Senate committee
which Thursday opens its first
public hearings into the
conduct of the 1972 election.
Baker said he would not
exclude the possibility the
President may be offered an
opportunity by the committee
to "state his side of the case."
Baker said he would not
exclude the possibility the
President may be offered an
opportunity by the committee
to "state his side of the case."
At the same time, he said,
staff investigators are not
ignoring the possibility of
involvement by Democratic
candidates in illegal or
unethical political acts last
year.
And he posed the possibility

Johki Dean denies

Nixem asked for

Waterlate report
NEW YORK (AP) -
Newsweek Magazine Sunday
quoted former White House
counsel John Dean III as saying
that President Nixon never
asked him for a report on the
Watergate case and that he
never wrote one despite
Nixon's reassurances to the
American people.
Dean said in an interview
that he was "flabbergasted" at
being quoted by the President
in a news broadcast last August
29 that no current White
House employees were
involved in the case, Newsweek
said.
Time Magazine published a
similar story Sunday, quoting a
close associate of Dean as
saying that Dean did not
conduct an investigation of the
Watergate case for the
President.
Newsweek quoted Dean as
saying:
"The first I heard of the
'Dean Report' was ... in my
hotel room on August 29. I
was flabbergasted .. I was
getting ready to leave my room
when the news broadcast came
up. Here was the President of
the United States reassuring
the American people on the
basis of a report that didn't
exist."
Time reported that Dean
was called into the President's
office last March, given two
papers and asked to sign them.
One was a virtual confession
that Dean alone in the White
House had concealed facts in
the case and the other was his
resignation, Time said.
Time quoted this dialogue:
"What about Ehrlichman
and Haldeman?" Dean asked
the President.


"They have given verbal
assurance (that they were not
part of a cover-up)," Nixon
replied.
Dean refused to sign and the
President told him to draft his
own letter of resignation, Time
said. Dean, balking, returned to
Nixon's office later and was
told by the President that the
counsel must "shoulder the
burden" and that there would
be no full "airing," Time
continued.
Newsweek said that during
its interview Dean said of his
role in the White House, "I was
used as a fire fighter."
An instance of this was after
the exposure of a 1971 White
House-ordered FBI
investigation of CBS newsman
Daniel Schorr, Dean said. The
White House claimed at the
time that Schorr was being
investigated for a possible
government post.
"That was typical of the
type of razzle-dauzle they are
able to put together. I'm not
sure how many people believed
that official story but I'm
certain that Daniel chon does
not," Newsweek quoted Dean
a "yin.


the scope of the Senate
investigation may be
broadened far beyond its
present mandate to include the
elections of 1968, 1964 and
1960.
NOT PROBABLE
The possibility of
impeachment was on the minds
of other political figures also,
most of whom said they did
not believe it even remotely
probable.
"There are mutterings about
impeachment in the House,"
said Rep. John B. Anderson,
(R-Ill.) chairman of the House
Republican conference. "But I
don't think it has reached
serious proportions."
Sen. William Brock,
(R-Tenn.) joining Anderson in
a call ofr fundamental reform
of election laws, said, "the
time has come for therapeutic
treatment and I think
impeachment is part of such a
process."
And Rep. Thomas Foley,
(D-Wash.) said he believes talk
of impeachment is both
"presumptive and dangerous"
and said it is his "absolute
judgment" Nixon will neither
resign nor be impeached.
TV PROGRAMMES
Baker was interviewed on
the NBC television programme,
"Meet the Press." Brock and
Anderson were questioned on
the CBS television news
programme, "Face the
Nation."'
Baker called the issue of
possible impeachment "the
most severe form of iffy
questions," but he gave this
answer:
"If, in fact, the President is
guilty as the constitution
prescribes of-high crimes and
misdemeanours as determined
on the charge of the House and
the conviction of the Senate,
certainly he would be
impeached.
"The question at hand is:
What are the facts? Was the
President involved? Did he
have knowledge of the
situation before it occurred or
after it occurred? Was he
involved in any alleged coverup
and the like?
But Baker emphasized that
he sees it as his responsibility-
"to refrain fronr saying what I
believe the facts will support or
what they will not support."
QUALIFIED REPLY
Baker was asked, "is the
President under investigation
by the Senate committee?"
and gave this answer:
"That is indeed the heart of
the matter and I am going to
give his reply: There is no
person in the United States
who is not potentially to be
investigated in conjunction
with this matter if it relates in
a logical way to the scope
and jurisdiction of thie
committee.
"We are going to examine
every lead, we are going to
examine every suggestion and
we are going to take into
account every statement -
wherever that leads us."
"I would not exclude the
podbility," Baker add, that
the Preident might be offered
an opportunity to comment on
the testimony of witnesses or
on his own point of view --
"to state his side of the case
through counsel, by statement
or otherwise."
"I fully expect that he may,
publicly or to the committee
or other ways," Baker said.
"At this moment," he
added, "I very much doubt
that you could subpoena a
President to do anything,
except poadbly to stand befue
the bar of the Senate in the
case of the trial of articles of
impeachment returned by the
House of Representatives.


Soldiers and warders
uncovered a tunbal in a wing of
Belfast's Cruml janl
occupied by men being tried.
The partly-dug tunnel, starting
from a cell, had gone about 10

"The would-be escapees
were a long way from
freedom," a government
official commented.
The tunnel had evidently
been dug with piees of metal
and bed ends and the soil
hidden in plastic bags and
pillow cases. The would-be
escapers' equipment also
included hacksaw blades and
ropes made from sheets.


Most prisoners
Crumlin face
connected with
activities.


in th
charges
guerrilla


Police Sunday were holding
three men after an explosion
Saturday night in a Belfast bar.
The men were picked up in the
Protestant Shankill Road
district shortly after the blast.


Twelve
hospitalized.
with severe
wounds.


people were
One of them,
arm and leg


In Londonderry, the army.
said it defused two bombs in
the social club rooms of Derrny
Football Club in the Roman
Catholic Bogside district of the
city.
A 20-year-old British Army
deserter, Louis Hammond,
remained under intensive care
in a Belfast hospital Sunday,
recovering from four bullet
wounds inflicted by backstreet
assassins two weeks ago.
In London, the Sunday
Times said Hammond was shot
by the Irish Republican Army
(IRA) because he gave the
newspaper information on f
embezzlement of IRA funds.
Other reports had said
Hammond was gunned down
because he was a double agent
- spying on the IRA for the"
British Army while feeding
military information to the
guerrillas.


WASHINGTO (AI) Sovit Cemut Party leader LOIM
bkenhiav w hold a mmia t meting with Peuldent Nixon i
Udad Sue from June 18 to June 26, the Whs t Honm
arnaag1ed SatiWday.
The statement by press added.
secretary Ronald L. Ziagler WATERGATE
said the trip was the result of The Watergate inevitably
an Invitation by President was brought up in the question
Nixon at his summit meeting in and answer session withJ
Russia just over a year ago. reporters with Kissinger beiLag
The White House asked if he were aware that a
announcement was followed former aide, Morton Halperin,
by a briefing from presidential had been under electronav
adviser Henry 'A. Kissinger, surveillance, as reported in tise
who returned Thursday from a Pentagon papers trial.
four-day meeting with Soviet Kissinger nove r
leaders in Moscow, acknowledged Halperin by>,
Kissidger indicated the name, but he did not deny thie
U.S.-Summilt meeting will see former NSC staffer had been
important developments under surveillance.
concerning the second phase of Saying he would have to
the Strategic Arms Limitation await an FBI report on tlne
Talks now underway in situation, Kissinger added in am
Geneva. indirect reference to Halperim:
There have been extensive "in all fairness ... I never
discussions of the subject, received any information that
Kissinger said, of the SALT cast doubt on his loyalty or
talks, discretion."
"We believe when the He said the NSC staffer left
President and the General for reasons total y
Secretary meet the broad unconnected to any security
direction of subsequent situation.
negotiations can be established Kissinger said that thle
and .. accelerated," he added. Central Intelligence Apgnc-y
PARIS TALKS and the FBI periodically
Kissinger also discussed his submit reports to his office
Upcoming meeting Thursday in concerning national security.
Paris with his North These reports, Kissinger sal,
Vietnamese counterpart Le are made by the heads of the
Duc Tho on attempts to agencies and in a very
salvage the Vietnam cease-fire, proscribed manner. Theme
He said it is hoped that the reportr- except in a very fe'w
North Vietnamese will realize cases deal with foreign
the need to fully observe the affairs, Kissinger said.
cease-fire. However, he refused The exceptions, which htw
to predict how the meeting will described as infinitesimal,
turn out.. generally deal with problems of
The Vietnamese situation misuse of classified material cr
was discussed fully in Moscow, discussing matters improperlWy.
Kissinger said. "We made clear Concerning the Soviet
our view that all countries have summit, Kissinger made it clear
a responsibility to exercise the SALT agreement will tme
restraint," the national security the focus, although hIe
adviser said. indicated there might be
He said this was in the agreements reached deal ag
context of reported shipment with scientific, agricultural,
of Soviet-manufactured heavy cultural and trade matters.
armaments to North Vietnam He said a final decision hlm
in violation of the Jan. 27 npt been reached on what wvil
peace agreement The Soiet come out of the summit
Union b recognizea it* meeting concerning arms
responsibilities as a signatory limitations but he aid a
under the Paris agreement,"he 1disuston of the ener-al


19 nations start talks today


on troop reductions in Europe


Belgaum and Luxembourg will take
their eats as full participants,
because they are located, or have
forest, In Central Europe. Five
other NATO "flank" ouatries -
Italy, Greece, Turkey, Norway and
Denmark will have observer
status.
Russia, Poland, Eat Germany
and Casehosovakia will attend as
full confeence members. Hungary,
Romana sand BulSari will observe
only.
On the face of thin, Western
Allies will be *cg into the meeting
on a position of weakness.
Sovt bloc conventional forces
outumaber NATO troops 24o-1 in
Centraled Europe, with 700,000 Red
troops facing 3s0.oM NATO
8Od- B,


direction and priorities of tche
negotiations "will be discussed
in great detail" by the
President and Brezhnev.
The highlight of the Moscsv
Summit was the signing of a
treaty limiting defensirve
nuclear systems. The focus of
SALT II has been offensive
nuclear systems.


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TENDERS

FOR TREASURY TILLS
The Treasurer hearby gives notice that tenders will toe received on Tuesday, 15th.
May, 1973 for Treasury Bills to be issued under tlhe Public Treasury Bills Act
1959' and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment A. i1965 on Thursday, 17th
May, 1973 aas follows:-


ilS dMnoiltd and payable In
msalh l Am dlhl


386 500000


The bills will be in minimum multiples of $ 100 aml are redeemable ninety-one
(91) days from the date of issue.

The bills will be issued and paid at the Bahamas Mcnetary Authority. Details of
payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of acceptance.

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked 'Temder" addressed to:

THE BANKING MANAGER
Bahamas Monetary Authority

and should be delivered to the office of the Authority in the E. D. Sassoon
Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before 3:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, ISth May.

Tender must be made on special forms which maybe obtained from the Bahamas
Monetary Authority and the Commercial Banks and must be for not less than the
minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tendersn mst state the net price per cent
(being a multiple of one cent) which will be paid. '

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

Ministry of Finance, Nassau
10th. May, 1973.
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2h. arthta


VIENNA (AP)- Ninetsen
nations begin talks Monday aimed
at cuts In armed fotree in
mid-Europe after an American
concession to Russ cleared th
way.
The oonesialon: exclusion of
Hungary, eanae of a 1956 upria
against Communist rule, from the
area of projected troop Outs. In
Britih eyes at last, this amounts
to phrads4on for RussI to kp It
40,000trong arrison
dfItely and even to reeinfwro
It.
In the teeth of long, heated
protests by Britain and other, th
American ended a t14'wek
procedural wrangle over Hueary's
statu by laIstlin the western ates
yild to SovtIt demads.
Priedent Nixon Is under
mounting Coneelonal pressure to
reduce Ameari's M,000-man foRee
n Europe because of the co. With
talks going on for aiat.West troop
cuts, the president wI be better
able to reeft tht pemoure.
The V m na talks only pyrof
a wida.e at'WI*'dt-te- desiid
--d ruatuoa sloas I the world
They will be onduated "Mn
parallel" with )4-astioar
loratton under way In HdAlhMn
for the Baals of a Pa-a.euopeaf
security system. Those
axporations, too, ase edngt
Tho Vnnat metain also likely
to supplement the direct
Amerlan-ovlet negotlatloas Ie
Geneva for ulmting he strategic
arma of the superpows.
Thus, after years of bIt-by-bi
prgraetioa, 1973 aidm be a lima
hbr evernwdaHma. asot masodH St
mae fawe"irandiwter.
together hay countries of the o
Waraw PaSt. taLNy, it wi o
eaplese whether th eis a sin for
cutting atk troe lae*Ie in a*a"
aof eOe thai ha wadllede ala
rstlelpeate in tha tifng '
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WASHINGTON (AP#.,q -
Pans of 39 Senators to jcAtrdn
ponmorin legislation to bar
fuhands for any further US.
involvement In Indo
hostlities without speclc
approval of Congress re
announced Sunday.
Sen. Clifford P. Case,
(R-NJ.) said he and Sen. Frank
Church, (D-ldsho) wil offer
the measure, which also wotid
bar U.S. aid to North Vietpam
without specific approval of
Congress.
Cae said the measure w od
be offered as an amendment to
a bill authorizing funds for ttie
State Department, which 'is
expected to come up in t ie
Senate this week.
The house voted 224 to 172
last Thursday to prevent the
use of any more ink ,a
supplemental appropriations
bill for continued U.S.
bombing in Cambodia.
Case said he and Church alsi
support the House action.
The Senate appropriations
committee is scheduled to take
action on the issue Tuesday.
Senate majority leader Mike
Mansfield, (D-Mont.) said "my
feeling is we have the votes id
the appropriations committee
to line up with the House."
Assuming Senatq
concurrence with the House,
Mansfleld said, "the lines will
be squarely drawn on the wpi
making power of Congress. If
the will of Congress is not
adhered to we will face a tue
constitutional crisis."
Like Mansfield, Case
challenged administration
claims of constitutional
authority in the presidency to
c conduct the Cambodian
bombing.
With the withdrawal of
Ajnerican troops from Vietnam
and repeal of the Tonkin Gulf
resolution, Case said any
involvement of Americani
forces in Indochina constitutes
a new war to be undertaker
only by prior decision of,
Congress.
That, he said, is the issue of
the Case-Church amendment.
"The purpose of tey.
agC~e-Cburhb. Oame)Pen. *is
tsniy to asWre that Coness
will henceforth be able t'
exercise its constitutional
responsibility and decide
whether or not the United"
Stages should continue to fight
in Indochina," he said.
The administration contends
that Cambodia is a remaining,
battlefield of the Vietnam War,,
and that the President's-
authority to pursue that war%
and to negotiate the Jan. 27"
cease-fire agreement extends to
air operations in Cambodili
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wMiMy._ May 14, 1973.


"OWL AL


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IT IS not easy to fathom the mental processes of the Prodigal
Sea who has returned to PLP ranks ... a man whom Moses
Pladling has robed in silken garments and to whom the fatted calf
'has been presented on a silver platter.
S The Hon. Paul Adderley, Minister of External Affairs, is a true
example of the parable of the Prodigal Son in the Bible but his
flowers in the now defunct N.D.P. whom he deserted for the
fickle rewards of power must associate him in their minds with
another Biblical character when they see him now advocating
tome of the things he had encouraged them "most to assail".
His latest piece of mental gymnastics was an effort to justify
the action of the PLP Government in repudiating vital sections of
,the Hawksbill Creek Agreement.
'" He tried to use figures of revenue from Freeport to prove that
the decline in activities in that city is an illusion fostered by The
THIbune.
His attempt to justify conditions in Freeport today by
comparing figures of travel to the island with 10 years ago and
figures of revenue with 7 years ago seems to be a discreditable
* attempt to confuse an issue.
Ten years ago Freeport was the fastest growing city in the
world. Today that growth has not only been checked ... it has
been set in reverse as a result of the Prime Minister's declared
Intention to "bend or break" that "foreign" monied city that he
and his followers clearly envied.
His attempt to make the public believe that everything is ripe
and rosy with the finances of the colony because the revenue is
higher now than it was some years ago is a mirage of the
imagination.
Certainly it should be higher because his Government has
imposed crushing new taxes on the people.
In making this unsound comparison he is trying to gloss over
the fact that thousands of our skilled workmen have been out of
work for a long time as a result of the collapse of the building
industry .. and the Government has been borrowing and spending
money madly in every direction with nothing tangible to show
for its extravagances.
There is always a lot of empty talk about what the
Government is doing to improve the condition of the "grass
roots", while thousands of formerly prospering people are now
unemployed and the shells of half completed houses in a
Government-financed low income housing project rise up as
ghosts to give this propaganda the lie.
***** ***
Andrew Carnegie was one of the fabulous figures in the golden
age of American development. He rose from the ranks of poverty
to amass a great fortune, a large portion of which he used for the
advancement of knowledge and the benefit of mankind in many
departments of human endeavour.
"I congratulate poor young men," Carnegie said on one
occasion, "upon being born to that ancient and honourable
degree which renders it necessary that they should devote
themselves to hard work."
-I often think how fortunate I am to have been born in the
Bahamas and grow to manhood during a period when almost
everybody was poor and the greatest achievement in life was to
be respectable.
This fact makes it possible for me to appreciate the change in
my fortunes and also to understand that wealth does not
necessarily bring happiness to individuals or to a community.
I pm also pleased that I was introduced to all forms of hard and
menial labour during my service in the British army in the first
world war because I can hear and understand the cries that rise
from the marshes where the mass of humanity feel that they have
become boged down.
There are some interesting things I can remember that help me
to keep my feet on the ground.
I can remember the day I accumulated enough money to buy
my first respectable looking car. It was a second-hand low
powered Ford. I bought it from a former employee in The
Tribune who was then working for a liquor firm and making more
money than I was at the time.
I got this car when my former employee sold it to buy a Ford
",4th more power. He was proud of the fact that the Editor of
I)e !bune was driving around in his cast-off car. This made him
f|l that he had gone up in the world ... and so he went around
telling anyone who would listen to him about it.
-Just about that time Sir Harry Oakes was elected to the House
o Assembly and he and I were appointed a committee to report a
r~ply to the Governor's speech at the opening of the Legislature.
Sir Harry invited me to his house at the Caves to write the
"Address in Reply".
1 drove out to the Caves in my precious possession and parked
itn front of the Oakes mansion.
'Sir Harry spent most of his waking hours running a tractor
through his large holdings in the western part of the island and he
taok pleasure in driving a visitor over these rugged pathways to
show him what he was doing.
After I had written the speech Sir Harry said he was going to
drive me over some of his new roads. It was a clear moonlight
night when we emerged from the building
"Where's my car?", Sir Harry grumbled as he looked around
with no car in sight.
"Whose car. is this?", he asked when his eyes finally fell on my
precious little machine.
"Mine," I said meekly, fearing what might happen.
"Give me the key," he ordered.
For the next hour Sir Harry drove violently over rocks and
into holes that threatened to rip my little "tin Lizzie" apart.
I don't know how true this was but Sir Harry had the
reputation at that time of breaking up a car a week. Certainly his
cars didn't last long.
And here was this multi-millionaire now putting my only
possession of its kind to a severe test.
It was clear that he had forgotten the value of money.
* *****


I'll tell you another incident with Sir Harry to illustrate the
point I will later make.
One day I received a telegram from a London newspaper asking
me to interview Sir Harry on certain of his activities and his plans
for the future.
When I arrived at the Caves Lady Oakes, who is a really
remarkable woman, told me Sir Harry was working on a tractor
near the lake. She pointed out a pathway to follow where I might
find him.
In those days Mr. R. M. Bailey made all my clothes from the
finest English material a quality of material no longer found in
shops in Nassau. I always had just one good suit for special
occasions. I put on this suit to go to the Caves that day.
I found Sir Harry working in a swamp area.
"Hop up," he said when he saw me.
He put the gear into neutral while I climbed to the seat beside
him.
As soon as I was settled beside him he put the machine into
high gar and, as it dug deeply into the mud, it sent a shower of
wet dirt spewing all over us. My one and only suit was ruined!
"That's all right," Sir Harry said, wiphig the mud from his face
and taking a casual glance in my direction while he continued to
drive the machine through the mud.
**** ..
I remember when the Hon. A. F. Adderley came home from
London and established in practice. Business was slow in coming


WIhr t rtiblt


Skylab poised for 28-day journey into space


By Paul Racer
AP Aerospace Writer
CAPE KENNEDY, FLA. (AP) The men of Skylab 1, poised
living, flew to this launch base Sunday as final preparations a
Monday liftoff of America's first space station.
Taking off and flying in a Skylab space station into a
precise Navy formation, 270-mile high orbit.
astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., ON-BOARD COMPUTER
Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul The orbiting laboratory
J. Weitz left Ellington Air must function flawlessly before
Force Base near Houston's it is cleared for occupation by
Johnson Space Centre aboard the crew. An on-board
two gleaming white T38 jets computer will cause the space
and roared halfway across the station to pressurize itself,
country to the nation's automatically deploy wings of
spaceort solar cells which convert
The astronauts circled the sunlight to electrical power and
Cape Kennedy area under stabilize itself in space.
clear, cloudless skies to make Failure of any of these
an aerial inspection of the two elements could cause a delay in
rockets, coiled for launch, the launch Tuesday of the
which will start the Skylab era astronauts.
of America's space programme. Fifteen minutes after
Below the astronauts, launch, a shroud covering the
workers moved smoothly top of the Skylab craft will
toward the final preparation of split into two parts and spin
the powerful Saturn 5 rocket away. Then a solar telescope
which will launch the attached to booms will swing
unmanned Skylab Space to one side, pointing at the
Station at 1:30 p.m. EDT Sun.
Monday. Eight thousand feet Ne x t, four long
away, on another pad stood windmill-like arms containing
the smaller Saturn 1B rocket the solar power cells unfold to
which will lift the astronauts their full 43-foot length. This is
into orbit at 1 p.m. Tuesday. followed by deployment of
Conrad, Kerwin and Weitz two wings containing more
touched down oan isolated solar cells. Together the two
landing strip near the launch solar arrays will provide 22,000
pads and were taken to crew watts of electrical power,
quarters to continue a enough to supply a half-dozen
quarantine started 19 days ago. average three-bedroom homes.
The Saturn 5 rocket, the The final critical events are
same 33 storey-tall booster deployment of a meteoroid
which first put man on the shield, an overcoat of
Moon, will catapult the 85-ton aluminum sheets which protect


to him because people had not yet become accustomed to
coloured lawyers. The only other coloured lawyer in the island at
the time was the Hon. T. A. Toote.
Mr. Adderley and I were close friends and so I saw a great deal
of him. Things were tight. His father had gone hbnkrupt while he
was at Cambridge University and so he had to struggle to get
through. When he came home he had what seemed to him a
mountain of debt to pay and so he couldn't afford to waste time
or be extravagant in any way.
For years all this struggling young lawyer had for lunch was a
bottle of soda and a sandwich!
He became the outstanding criminal lawyer of his day but even
up to the time of his death in June 1953 he still ."ent to the
Magistrate's Court almost daily for a three-guinea fee.
A few years ago a lawyer, who would be considered in his class,
told me that he doesn't touch anything unless it carries a fee of
one thousand pounds sterling ($3,000)!
Not long before he died Mr. Adderley bought his first
expensive car. It was a Jaguar which his son Paul used for a long
time after bhedied.
And so times, values and attitudes change.

By the time the two Adderley boys came along they were
living in a fine house on "Poinciana Hill" and the boys were
regarded as princes in the nation.
I know because, believe it or not, I changed diapers on them
when they were babies.
It can be said that Paul Adderley was "born with a silver
spoon" in his mouth. It may not have turned golden but it has
continued to be silver. And so it is not easy for him to understand
that there are still many people in the Bahamas who are struggling
to own a car. Most of these people are among the "grass roots" at
whom the PLP, whose leaders now live in luxury, continue to
direct their propaganda.

I wonder if Paul Adderley really understood what he was
saying when he declared on the floor of the Senate that PLP
followers are happy to pay the taxes recently imposed on the
consumer by the Government?
How can these people be expected to be happy to face the
rising cost of living as a direct result of taxes imposed by an
extravagant Government who have themselves fabulous salaries
and' allowances, when thousands of these people are out of work
in a steadily declining economy?
This comment by the PLP's Prodigal Son recalls the oft-quoted
remark of Queen Marie Antoinette. When this proud queen, who
had no understanding of poverty, heard the cries of the hungry
Paris mob floating up through her palace windows, she asked a
courtier for an explanation.
"They have no bread, Your Majesty," she was told.
"Then let them eat cake," she advised cynically.
This unfortunate woman and her husband ended up on the
guillotine, where the fortunes of the Bahamas now appear to be
headed.


It is unfortunate that such an able young man can be so far
removed from the reality of life in a community he wants to lead
that he doesn't understand that the poor are always hardest hit
by indirect taxation. However heavily the rich may be taxed ...
they can always have a fine house to live in, two cars in the
garage, a choice of bedrooms, a bottle of the finest wine and a
juicy steak on the plate for every meal of the day. This is all that
any man really needs.
But the poor man, for whose needs Jesus Christ had complete
understanding, often "hath not where to lay his head" because
"there is no room in the Inn".
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THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
I was passing along the street when a beggar, a decrepit old
man, stopped me.
Swollen, tearful eyes, bli bristling rags, unclean sores ...
Oh, how horribly had pover wed that unhappy being!
He stretched out to me a red, bloated, dirty hand ... He
moaned, he bellowed for help.
I began to rummage in all my pockets ... Neither purse, nor
watch, nor even handkerchief did I find ... I had taken nothing
with me.
And the beggar still waited ... and extended his hand, which
swayed and trembled feebly.
Bewildered, confused, I shook that dirty tremulous hand
heartily ... "Blame me not brother; I have nothing brother".
The beggar man flxedis swollen eyes upon me; his blue lips
smiled and in his t pressed my bld fingers.
"Never mind brother he mumbled. "Thanks for this also,
brother... This also is aft alms, brother."
I understood that I had received an alms from my brother.
"THE BEGGAR MAN" by Turgenef.

I don't think much of a man who is not wiser today than he
was yesterday.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN


for a 28-day adventure in space
advanced smoothly toward the

, the Skylab from punctures by
. debris in space, and
pressurization of the Skylab
cabin with a mixture of
oxygen and nitrogen.
3-BEDROOM SKYLAB
When these events are
complete Skylab will be ready
for Man.
Skylab is the largest space
vehicle ever launched and is
equivalent in size to a
1,600-square foot,
three-bedroom house.
Skylab's primary goal is to
prove Man can live and work
for long periods of time in
outer space, unlike the
previous American space
programmes, Skylab tests not
only hardware and equipment
but also Man himself.
Conrad, Weitz and Kerwin
will be the subjects of complex
and detailed medical
experiments to determine the
effects on the human body of
longterm living in space.
During their four weeks
aboard Skylab, the astronauts
will be care fully
monitored with a variety of
medical devices. Should the
long exposure to weightlessness
dangerously de-condition the
astronauts, officials said the
mission could be ended early.
The spacemen will also
conduct experiments designed
to learn more about the Sun,
the Stars and Earth.
The solar telescope,
containing six cameras will
take thousands of pictures in
different spectra. It will be the
first time a man-controlled
telescope has probed the
source of earth's light and heat
from above the Earth's
atmosphere..
SUN'S SECRETS
Kerwin, who has the prime
responsibility for the solar
telescope, said such studies
may help teach man the secrets
of the Sun's massive generation
of energy.
The astronaut said Skylab
may produce vital information
on "the basic high energy
physics of how the Sun not
only creates energy but
transfers it."
'The same telescope can be
focused on far distant stars and


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CAPE KENNEDY, FLA.
(AP) Here are the facts and
figures on the first Skylab
Mission:
LAUNCH TIMES:
Unmanned Skylab station on
a Saturn 5 rocket at 1:30
p.m. EDT Monday. Skylab 1
astronauts on a Saturn 1 B at
1 p.m. Tuesday. Linkup at
8:40 p.m. Tuesday.
FLIGHT DURATION: 28
days.
ASTRONAUTS: Navy
Capt. Charles Conrad Jr., 42;
Navy Cmdr. Paul J. Weitz, 40;
Navy Cmdr. Joseph P.
Kerwin, a physician, 41.
SKYLAB SIZE: With
Apollo ferry craft attached, it
is 118.feet long and solar
panels extend to wingspan of
102 feet. It is the size of a
three-bedroom house, with
12,398 cubic feet of living
space, and weighs 199,750
pounds.
PURPOSE: Aboard
America's first space station
in Earth orbit, the crew will
evaluate if man can live and
work effectively in space for
lona oerlods.
EXPERIMENTS: Medical,
earth resources, astronomy,
solar physics, materials
processing.
VISIBILITY: At dawn and
dusk, over areas which it
passes, Skylab will appear as a
bright star.
ORBITAL PATH: 270
miles high, passing over 75
per cent of the world's land
mass, that which lies between
50 degrees north and 50
degrees south latitude.
MISSION COST: $554
million.
SUBSEQUENT FLIGHTS:
In August and November, the
Skylab 2 and 3 crews are to
rocket up to the same Skylab,
each for 56 days.

provide priceless information
on the life and death of stars
such as Earth's own Sun.
Another set of instruments,
called the Earth resources
experiment package, will focus
on the Earth. Skylab, in its
high angle orbit, will pass over
70 per cent of the Earth's
surface. Cameras and
instruments will produce data
which can be gathered only
from space.
"We'd like to be able to
determine snow depths ... to
minimize the effects of
flooding," said Weitz, the
prime operator of the Earth
resources experiments. "We
want to be able to find and


exploit underground water."
The instruments also can
study geologic formations, the
patterns of agricultural
production and the health of
farm crops, and possibly help
man find and use hidden
resources on earth.
Also on board Skylab are
experiments to explore the
possibility of manufacturing in
space. The astronauts will
investigate the possibilities of
creating perfect ball bearings,
formed without the pull of
gravity, and of "growing" pure
crystals which are essential to
computers and other electronic
equipment. Scientists believe
the zero gravity of space will
enhance the manufacturing of
these items.
Noted Kerwin: "The fact
that we have a weightless
environment means that
gravity settling during cooling
of these things no longer
exists."
Skylab's space cabin will
present Conrad, Kerwin and
Weitz an almost luxurious life
in space, compared to
the earlier American
spaceships.
The astronauts will have
individual bedrooms. They'll
have a varied menu which
includes things such as steak,
lobster and shrimp.
SHOWERS & STEREO
Skylab's spacemen will even
have a shower, books to read, a
stereo and an occasional day
off to enjoy them.
Conrad, Weitz and Kerwin
will undergo brief medical
examinations Monday
morning and then go to a
special viewing area to watch
the launch of the Skylab space
station.
Launched into orbit
Tuesday by the Saturn I B, the
astronauts will guide their
spacecraft in a seven-hour long
pursuit of the Skylab. They
will rendezvous and dock with
the space station about 8:40
p.m. Tuesday and then sleep
aboard their Command Ship.
On Wednesday morning, the
astronauts will open hatches
and enter Skylab for the first
time to set up housekeeping.
Skylab I ends on June 12
when the astronauts return to
Earth. Skylab 2 and Skylab 3
will send three-men crews to
the space station in August and
November for 56-day missions
each.


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WASHINGTON (AP) The
Nixon campaign finance
committee pleaded innocent in
U.S. District Court Friday to a
three-count criminal
information by the Justice
Department charging it with
failing to report or keep proper
records on a $200,000 cash
contribution delivered April
10, 1972, from Robert L.
Vesco.
Lawyers for the Finance
Committee to Reelect the
President argued that the
money had been promised
before a new financial
disclosure law took effect, even
though it actually was
delivered on April 10, 1972,
three days after the law took
hold. The new law requires
such contributions to be
publicly reported.
U.S. District Judge George
art took the matter under
consideration, but gave a hirt
that his decision may go
against the Nixon campaign. "I
don't want to prejudge it but
there is certainly no binding
pledge on a political
contribution," he said
The maximum penalty on
the three-count criminal
information would be a $3,000
fine. The Justice Department
didn't charge wrongdoing
against any of the individuals
who it said mishandled the
money, or they would be liable
for jail terms.
Committee and government
attorneys agreed during the
six-minute arraignment that
they differ only on
interpretation of the law, not
the facts of the contribution.
Kenneth W. Parkinson, the
committee attorney, told
Judge Hart: "Our point is that
the Vesco contribution was
pldged or promised before
April 7."
He said the contribution was
originally pledged March 8,
1972, and then repledged April
3 and April 6.
Vesco is a New Jersey
financier who was indicted in
New York Thursday along with
former Attorney General John
N. Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
Stans on charges stemming
from Vesco's alleged attempt
to exchange the $200,000 for
government favours.


By GEORGE ESPER
SAIGON (AP) The
remains of 20 American
prisoners who died in captivity
have been removed from
Hanoi's municipal cemetery to
another location about 35
miles away, in accordance with
local tradition, a visiting U.S.
military team was told Friday.
A U.S. Embassy spokesman
said in a statement that North
Vietnamese officials would not
allow the American team to
visit the more distant burial
location during their five-hour
stay in Hanoi, citing
insufficient travel time.
The North Vietnamese also
refused, the spokesman added,
to discuss procedural matters
for the return of the remains
but promised to take up the
matter at the next meeting of
the four-party joint military
team in Saigon on Tuesday.
The chief of the U.S.
delegation Col. B. H. Russell,
received no response when he
posed a series of specific
questions to Hanoi authorities
designed to expedite the return
of the bodies of the Americans
who died in captivity, as well
as any other Americans buried
in North Vietnam, the
spokesman reported.
Following a preliminary
meeting in Hanoi, American,
North Vietnamese, South
Vietnamese, and Viet Cong
members of the four-party
joint military team visited the
Van Dien Municipal Cemetery
about 10 miles from GIA Lam
airport.
"The alleged initial
gravesites of 23 Americans
were pointed out in six
separate locations of the
cemetery," the U.S. embassy
spokesman said. "The remains
of all but three had been
transferred, according to the
North Vietnamese
representative, in accordance
with local tradition, to another
location approximately 35
miles from Hanoi.
"The three graves, which
allegedly still had remains
intact, were marked by small
headstones indicating the
Vietnamese transliteration of
their American names plus the
American initials underneath
and the date of their death.


Th,. markers were
approximately 12 inches wide
and protruded above ground
about 18 inches."
There have been charges by
repatriated American prisoners
of war that some Americans
were tortured to death while in
the hands of their Communist
captors, or were not given
adequate medical attention.
The Communists have denied
these charges.
Members of the four-party
joint military team flew into
Hanoi on Friday morning and
returned to Saigon's Tan Son
Nhut air base on Friday night.
The team is charged with
carrying out provisions of the
Vietnam peace agreement that
call for the repatriation of the
remains of the dead and an
accounting of 1,300 Americans
listed as missing in Indochina.
In other developments, the
White House announced Henry
A. Kissinger and Hanoi's Le
Duc Tho will meet in Paris
next Thursday to talk about
implementing the Indochina
peace accord.
Kissinger, who returned
Thursday night from
conferences in Moscow and
London, is expected to engage
Tho in three to four days of
talks, press secretary Ronald L.
Ziegler said.
President Nixon's assistant
for national security affairs and
Tho, a member of the North
Vietnamese politburo, last met
in Hanoi on Feb. 10-13.
Two joint military
peacekeeping helicotpers flown
by South Vietnamese crews
and carrying Viet Cong
representatives were forced
down by gunfire in a
Communist-controlled region
near An Loc, 60 miles north of
Saigon.
The Saigon command said
there were no casualties among
the 10 Viet Cong and South
Vietnamese representatives of
the two-party joint military
commission and the eight
crewmen.
A Saigon command
spokesman said the Viet Cong
apologized for the incident,
blaming it on a lack of
communication with militia
units in the field. One of the
helicopters was slightly
damaged.


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surgical ward at the Princess
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proceeds from the union's
Easter Monday March for
bread."
Making the presentations
were union shop steward
Sandra Johnson and treasurer
-Alexander Ferguson.
A union spokesman said "we
are happy to be able to make
this contribution, and we
would continue to help
workers in distress." He said
the "March for bread" resulted
in some good "although we
were blackballed in our
function."
PHOTO: Philip Symonette
School fair
raffle winners
MRS. Anthony Roberts,
wife of the Minister of Home
Affairs, officially opened the
William Gordon Primary
School fair at the school
grounds at Collins Avenue and
Wulff Road Friday afternoon.
Winners of the fair raffle
were:
A. N. Berry who won a T.V.
Set.
George Harris of Taylor
Street, a $25 gift certificate.
Tracey Moss of Palm Beach
St., a Wedgewood Vase.
A. J. Sherman, a handmixer.
Shayne Mingo, East St.
South, electric radio.
Charlie Bain, Union Village,
transistor radio.
Ethrel Thompson, Minnie
Street, toaster.
Terrance Miller, Ludlow St.
West, an iron.
"Love Child", Podoleo St.,
dinner for two at Flagier Inn.
"Boops", .Durham St. Bast,
dinner for two at the Nassau


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S7TED.


Refusing premarital


sex not deceitful
lost interest in her so she wrote to you for advice.
You said: "Next time, hold something back."
That attitude toward men by women is exactly why
men regard most women as prostitutes. And mothers teach-
ing their daughters to be dishonest by "holding something
back" has resulted in marriages based on deceit and dubi-
ous dealgs.
A woman can be a terrific mother, housekeeper, and
companion, but if she's lousy in bed then dad will always
have an itch that needs scratching. Likewise, a man can be
a terrific father, provider, and companion, but if he's lousy
in bed, mom will always have an itch that needs scratch-
Ing.
When women and men start facing this reality and
dealing with it, there will be fewer broken homes, nervous
breakdowns, and letters to Dear Abby.
If you have the guts to print this letter, I have the guts
to let you use my name.
TIMOTHY J. BOWERS, COLUMBUS, OHIO
DEAR TIMOTHY: Why Is a girl who "helds somethug
back" promoting a marriage "based on deceit and dubious
dealings?" What is "deceitful" about refusing premarital
sex?
Sure, a man or woman can be "lousy in bed" but
otherwise terrific. What if either is terrificc" i bed but
lousy otherwise? While sexual comnpatibility is Important ia
marriage, there are other reasons why marriages fall.
Moreover, I don't agree that most men regard women as
prostittes.

DEAR ABBY: To the woman whose husband refused to
shave at night altho his rough beard Irritated his wife's
sensitive face when he became affectionate: A friend of
mine solved that problem by writing the following poem,
and placing it on her husband's pillow:
"I can go without hats
I can go without shoes,
and whiskers may force me
to go without youse."
[P. S. It worked.] PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KAS.

DEAR ABBY: Your advice to "Mother" to "dig into
the sugar bowl" and help her married daughter when
"Dad" refused [because son-in-law was always short on the
essentials, but gave 10 per cent to the church] prompts this
letter.
May I suggest that "Mother" wait until she's asked for
help? My own married children feel free to ask me to "butt
out."
Parents can help their married children too much. If
they confine their gifts to small surprises now and then and
perhaps a more generous gift at Christmas, they will be
giving their children more than gifts. They will give them
strength and courage to face reversals, or unexpected cri-
saes, should they arise.
"I was only trying to help," said thru tears of bewilder-
ment when things don't work out as the parent had hoped,
is a sad excuse for the chaos created over a longer period
of making children dependent.
SADDER AND WISER
[Also HAPPIER since I caught on early enough!]
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JEWISH PILGRIMAGE TO
ISRAEL'A SUCCESS'
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND
(AP)- The British luxury liner
Queen Elizabeth 2 returned to
Southampton Sunday with more
than 500 American Jews after a
plUgrimage cruise to attend the 25th
anniversary of the founding of the
Jewish State In Irasel.
Unprecedented peacetime
security precautions were in force.
Navy frogmen searched the dock
area thoroughly before the ship
arrived and were poised to examine
its hull after docking. The pier was
cleared by security police and only
persons with special passes were
permitted aboard.
Rabbi Samuel 1. Korff of Boston,
chief of the 13 Rabbis on tho
cruel, said the four-week trip had


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SEV ENTEEN-YEAR.OLD
Helen Elaine Clark of Nassau
(ABOVE) was named Mime
Black Pearl of America when
she won the contest held last
weak at Miami Jackson High
School. Miss Clark Is the
daughter of Mrs. Betty Brkne,
manageress of the Dolly
Madison Fur0iture Store on
Mackey Street. She and her
sister both attend school In
Miami, and their two brothers
are In Nassau
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marries in Noxico
BAHAMIAN sprinter
Tommy Robinson was married
8 p.m. Saturday to Maria Elena
Trigueros in a ceremony at
Medalla Milagrosa Church in
Mexico City.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Felicitas SOva Trigueros,
while Mr. Robinson (Thomas
Augustus) is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cyril H. Robinson of
Nassau.
Mr. Robinson is an
executive with Paradise Island
Limited. The couple are
expected to take up residence
in Nassau following a
honeymoon.
Canadian Woemn's

Glab activities
MRS. Ruth Smith was
re-elected president of the
Canadian Women's Club in
Nassau at the club's annual
general meeting oh Monday,
held in the Gulfstream Room
of the Nassau Beach Hotel.
Also elected were vice
president Mrs. A. Champion,
secretary Mrs. Claudette Smith
and treasurer Mrs. A. J.
Franklyn.
At the meeting also, the
women voted unanimously to
spend S 1,000 of club funds to
purchase various items for the
benefit of local charitable
organizations.
The contributions include a
tape recorder for the Salvation
Army, a sweing machine for
the Girls' Industrial School,
insulated food carrier boxes for
the Red Cross, tools and
materials for the Stapledon
School for Retarded Children,
beside tables and a television
for the Princess Margaret
Hospital and garbage bins for
the independence clean-up
committee.
Life Inierwriters

,seminar in Si.


THE LIFE Underwriters'
Association of Grand Bahama
is sponsoring a one.day sales
motivation seminar at the
King's Inn, Freeport, on
Thursday.
The major address will be
given 'by Labour Minister
Clifford L. Darling, who is to
speak on the national insurance
programme.
Other speakers will be
Registrar of Insurance
Companies Charles Donaldson,
who will officially open the
seminar, Dr. Robert Antoni of
the Antoni Clinic, Mr. E. B.
Poff, vice president of National
Standard Life insurance
Company of Florida, and Mr.
W. J. Hale, vicp president of
British Fidelity Amuraae of
Florida.
A dinner,is to follow the
m2lItr. <4P C .0. o ,,

7:30 p.m. Ehterta.ien"t to
be provided by Ralph Fleming,
"*America's champaoin
fsce'maker."
CARIBBEAN ROTARY
"TOWARD a better
Caribbean" is tO be the theme
of the first convention of
non-districted Rotary Clubs In
the Cisbbaan ane, including
the Bahmas, to be hosted by
the Rotary Club of St. Kitta
ens 7-1lm
Special emphasis is to be laid
9 youth. pr ,r e. fh .0ii


Mony, May 14 173.


Billion dealers expst the price of gold


41i abeet to soar a'love$10 0a-I ce
a ot e ldto o seamo 8 nem-
amoll iltfor aheallat Mah I-, 760 inm a 0 billiOn itb
= llras at* Sof soldM laged M p .- dpto td thestm.
- smon tha t m bJ bt f r werst day lat wh SaN
e ftenis w wdy only sO tonwore nd0L SUN: Riss 5:28 a.m. Se
olmruy a reuetled f lack of Dele n maid*h aS wai aMmbr a
nemsan toa te itabliftp of the 6:4A p.m.
JL -nomya nd or mdi CIty of of Sou AmNoth es, uWsM ek
produces 7 per cemt of he MOON
faddnt i n of mistrilate n ann.ommnist rwodM uppty,1
l tSteStheWaergtestan. dr~med to producM at a time WI:OONRises 4:48 p.m. Sets
Tm e a we a e n he sdutrial demand ffor di 3:.6 aa.
- gIpotal siureasing. l NrtherImore,
Zfl.es r Gld ared Fr'Sy d Soviet Udoo I hrlas ced bIts
at $96.95 1a ouea" Ia Loadon ad po t has withheld gold
at 5475 in Zueh, wddM from the wold market.
two he beono lNeAoth l B3adds up to weasA B Y
were reord Mi andh Lo andol l demand and hert supply at. a time
ewa up $6.6" a ou rom o a nrtaity.a
!anOuncefrom The focus o the maseinsa,
Cost of metal has Jumped Xpe d,Mis, the Ui d StWs.
$30 da he start h of 1973 and J Palmer, buses editor of
doubd a le a s May.i The ThiGo a.mt amd of th
'- %- M 1191** an mom, on-m on run on d Isthalmost tota U N
uW. sa s ased dstrustfthe dollar by major
ab the ipyholled 100 lanr commercial nd
the rate backed off ahd hove r fiancIa oncernu."
aud o90. Tihe Middle East turmoll and the
As the prfie ofgoldelambed,the gowinSacost of ol' o portal pls
U.S. oll ar weasled in frNin continuing inflatino almost
excSanls. in Laedoe, the pound e-Wayfbreasl contribetsd to the
*e Nan M011oet general usese and consequent run
week and closed Friday at S2JI 10 I ia Londo n sol t
Its highet level dioe sstels was In London and Zurich, the dollar
freed Julane 23 to float at the mercy t nc Fost the o idoll
of awppay man da fr fm thnd.
Theoretically, lInks between the pent for 8old came from the
gold markets and foreign exchange eostiad 80 blli.me dootloar
were severed n March 19 when dollar" th Eo-dollar pool
trade Ithe metal spt into buit up by years of American
two Sanm, one for official forgn payments deficits, hup $11.05
tranactios involve &the old that spending on tVietnam r and Offered Price
beaks currefae and the other for Investment abroad by American
the public tradf for Industrial corpom tion. As Of
uses hoarderm. epeculators and Thd s dollam M s hort-rm
ai togr cts liability of the United State, whh May tch, 1973
The official price of monetary
gold was pegged at $35 an ounce up
to thel amtsolnm devaluation of
the dollar In December 1971, when
it was raised to $38. The price wasu I_ *I I
raised again in February to $42.22
an ounce, with a 10 Per oent
devaluation of the dollar. PEST CONTROL & TENT FUMIGATION
The two-tier market system
wrested official mold from the fever
of the open market, though m pthec
state banks have been srongiy
.empted by the high price they
could gt for their gold in the free FRANK HANNA EXT NATO S
sector.
Swhen onfidence n P.O.BoN8321 Phone 34631
stabfty of paper money wanes or P.. Box N 1 Phone 34531
whom fighting breaks out as it did
recently in BDslut, many seek the
stongth of gold.
"Two4hkds of the world trusts
sold," Lord Boothby, a former
Britih Treasury Minister, said
Sunday. H14s mde the statements as
h* entered a motion caIrns on the
Somvndnt to end the two4ctor
system of gold trade.
His motion is to be debated in
the House of Lords on Wednesday,
Oppt hisas govr Manager required by European bank
TM u.S. conre isconsiderin specializing in international finance and
the fbi time snce 1933, whn t foreign bond transactions. Applicant must
pri e w fixed $3s an oue. have several years previous experience in this
Lack of coanfdean In the
S n ooftheddollarusu o aTt field. Must have university degree and be
eaves p W tutors wInvestatos tw fluent in French and German.
comes: to sell their dollars for
othiW currency In th hope they
will rise subtntially, or to buy Applicant must be at least 30 years old.
solta February,d uaor Duties will include general administration of
currencies have been lot the company involving supervision of the
aSpinst the dollar, effectively
reducag th s ikelihood of y big company's banking relationships, accounting,
cam in their v dae. Gold, and reporting to the board of directors.
however, is a sure bet am long as
demand far outstrip supply.
A feature of the current gold Apply in writing with full details to P.O. Box
crisis has been the relatively mail
quantities of the metal chanmng N.3937.
hands compared to previous rume
on bullion markets.


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4-BEDROOM, I bathroom.
house Podoleo Street off
Robinson Road. Contact Mr.
Hanfield after 5 p.m. Phone
55178.
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.
C9799


FOR SALE
2- ACRE PLOT SKYLINE.
Was asking $70,000.00 owner a
willing Seller for $45.000
HOUSE, POOL AND PATIO
facing Lake. Has 3 to 4
bedrooms. Only $150,000.00
HILLTOP GROVE Gorgeous
views. See by appointment.
DAMIANOS WE SELL
REAL ESTATE. Dial 22033,
22305, 22307 Nite 41197.

C9681
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -.
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
central air-conditioned. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.

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 lare Chch lot at .a good
fash prie 0r terms if required,
Residential lots at low prices in
Seabreeze Estate, Emerald
Ridge, Dennottage 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-storay
corner property with three
bedrooms, .2 baths baic
furnituat Asking $25,000.00.
Come see anytime.
VILLAGE ROAD AREA 3
bedrooms 2 baths, spacious
sitting, dining area. Painted
throughout eown outside.
Grounds 70 by 140 enclosed,
carport. Come make offer
$36,000.00, we can finance up
to 2600000. Low Intert
ret.
NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 bathsh furnished for only

SLAIR ESTATES 2\
keqmls 1 bath, furnished
00 Others up to
iT SAY 3 bedrooms, 2
S1 idous grounds, only
l.00 Income $7,200.
T EAST-WATER-
FRONTAGE Ftom
70,00000 and up.

CA E BEACH on th
wa frfotr with bt h
contains 6 bpdrooms pluAs qne
bedreuR apartment. Asking
u,000.00 Furnished. High


WEST. SAY STREET -not faFr
fron_ pnc Station. 3
BdrooM, 2 baths, punished.



HOUXO 4' OP HOUSES -
Out U lst o a w $7000.0e0.0

A:TAE Out East -


-evt3f- two swimming
-6(. -is to appreciate -
5^- r muf che.
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YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
All lot owners have beach
rights. Only $75 down. From
$80 month. Priced from
$5,800. 70 x 100. All utilities
soon completed. Lakefront lots
from $7,500. $100 deposit.
Tel: 2-3027 or 2-4148
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE.


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.
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. Airconditloned
throughout Unusual
opportunity. To view.
Telephone 2-1722-3.


C9826
LAST CHANCE
To own charming Bahamian
town house, 2 storey, wide
porches, secluded gardens, and
fruit trees, on quiet end of
Queen Street. A bargain at
$75,000.
Phone: CHESTER
THOMPSON 2-4777 (daytime)
4-2035 (evenings).
C9800
PRESTIGE HOMES
P. O. Box, Ni1469 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 75x 100
I bedroom apartment
3' bedroom house Good
investment.

Commercial Bidg. -
Centrevilie. Sound investment.
Has 3 year lease. Annual
Income $10,200. 00
HIGHLAND PARK
3 bedroom 2 bath living room,
dining room, airconditioned,
furnished. Wall to wall carpet,
patio with BBQ Pit.
For quick action
list With us.
C9824
1. BAY STREET property -
vacant 46 x 125 opposite
department of Lands
Surveys. $50,000.
2. 214 acre island Berry
islands very high
elevations, thickly
wooded, fresh water, good
harbour -" 40 miles from
Nassau 8,500 ft. beach,
over 6 miles of coast line.
$400,000.
3. Small tract Long Island
180 ft. prime wide beach
over 3 acres. $10,000.
4. Waterfront lot Great
Exuma within two miles
of George Town, very
high 100 x 160. $5,000.
McPHERSON & BROWN
REAL ESTATE
(Contact Lester Smith)
Telephone 2.2680 2-2683
P. O. Box N1110; Nassau.

BEDROOM, 2 bath, 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,
eand br kftrooms,
ItnoKn. ,watr I1to wall


2 60MOOM, 2 bath, living,
dining and family rooms, den,
Large patio, wall to wall
carpet. High Vista.
3 iEDROOM, 2 bath, livii g
and dining rooms, kitchen,
aircoditioned. Nassau East.
4 UNIT APARTMENTS each
ViStwo bedrooms,. living and
dtl- rosis, Akitchen, one
tlth. Nicely furnished. Annual
Income $12.000.00. Selling for
low, low price.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
fo' sale. Yearly income
$10,000. Has three years' lease.
Palmdale.
LOT in High Vista. Nice quiet

LT.' In Coral Harbour.


For" information on above
S249 day 41584
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unfurnished. Please contact
2-1841 days and 2-8248
evenings.
C9828 -


1. TWO AND THREE
BEDROOM apartments
for rent yearly from $300
per month to $650. No
children or pets.
2. Two bedroom apartment
in Montagu Heights. Air
conditioned, wal-to-wall
carpeting, T.V., deep
f reee, telephone. $300
per ms nth
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL STATE
309 Bay Street,
P. 0. Box N164, Nassau
Tel: 2.1041, 2-1042.


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.
C9790
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
1968 FIAT 124,
Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. Auto.
Radio, Orange. $3500
1969 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL
A/C Auto. $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI,
Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER
Auto., Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIE
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


LOT 110 x 150 original Sans
Souci hillside. $7,500. Call
McPHERSON & BROWN
2-2680 and 2-2683.


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

FMNRENT
C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555._
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C9773 1 LARGE SHOP on
Soldier Road.
2 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartments on Soldier Road.
1 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartment on Wulff Road.
Phone 42981.
C9624
FULLY AI RCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment
Centreville near Z.N.S. Ring
5-8679 ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C9683
2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9781
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath furnished
house for rent Claire Avenue
off Mackey Street, telephone
34528 6 p.m. 9 p.m.
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.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9829
HILLTOP APARTMENT -
One bedroom, fully furnished,
airconditioned, $200 per
month. AM utilities included.
Phone 5-8327
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 TWO
BEDROOMS TWO BATH
AND ONE EXTRA LARGE
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT. With large
living and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
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
airconditloned, Island ceiling,
, fans In lounge, shag carpeting
throughout, 4 bedrooms, plus
maid's bathroom. 'Available
June 1it. Long term or short
term. Furnished or


BUMPE R-STIC KERS
POSTERS; DECALS;
QUALITY SIGNS in dozens, in
hundreds, in thousands. Truck
signs a specialty.
ARAWAK ART- Phone 23709
Montrose Avenue at Arundel
Street.
C9795
SACRIFICE
38ft. boat 671 GM.

Commercial Lot 50 x 103
Tel: 77078
C9741
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can be seen
at NIXON'S UPHOLSTERY
Bernard Road telephone
41298.

C9809
C COMPLETE COMPONENT
STEREO System first owner
SANSUI 3000A 120 Watt 4
speaker amplifier with
headphones TEAC 40.10S
Reel-to-reel stereo tape dock
with pre-amp/DUAL 1019
tu rntable/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 I Gas Electric
Generator 1 Commercial
Deep Freeze Unit and
Miscellaneous Items. TERMS:
CASH.:
9771 ROBERTS reel to reel
tape deck 650xD, Scott 386
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditioned/
heater, radio, seatbelts, low
mileage. Good condition.
$2,500.00 O.N.O.
1 lot 100'X150' Blair Estates.
Phone B. Harris 27680, 9:00 -
5:00 Mon. to Fri.
C9810
LIVING and dining room
furniture for sale. Best offer
accepted. Call after 5 p.m.
42537.
C9779
HONDA 50. Perfect condition.
Hardly ridden less than 150
miles $425. or nearest offer.
Phone 5-7102 Glenn Hepburn
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

MARINE SUPPLIES
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. Must aeel
$6,000.00. Call 4-1298 day or
night.
C9753
16ft Boat fibreglass. $600.
O.N.O. 31642 after 6 p.m.
C9645
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


C9802
BEAUTIFUL DACHSHUND
Puppies 8 weeks old. Both
parer ts AKC registered. Phone


C9808




Ceotal Sr Sge'
TODAY'S gtP(Cll M
1972 CHEVY NOVA
$4400.00
Also available
1973 VAUXHALL FERENZA
very clean $2750.00
1971 FORD MUSTANG
big engine $3100.00
1968 DODGE DART,
very clean $1800.00
1972 CHEVY NOVA,
2 door coupe $4400.00
1969 FORD FALCON'
red automatic $1200.00
1969 CHEVY CAMARO,
red reconditioned $1850.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA,
blue, stick shift $2250.00
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
orange automatic $2250.00
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA S/W,
good buy $2200.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.,
good buy $2350.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER,
Bargain $1500.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE,
reconditioned $1000.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green $1000,00
1972 VAUXHALL FERENZA,
'ue, stick shift $2250.00
1967 CADILLAC,
Sedan $350.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL $400.00
1967 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN $400.00
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come In and mse us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711
C9825
1971 VAUXHALL
STATIONWAGON 2300 S.L.
Ideal for large family good
condition. Telephone 5-1440 -
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and
4-2595 after 6 p.m.

F0mSALE
C9774 1 HEAVY DUTY
FORK LIFT. Phone 42981..
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.

C9639
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE
World-famous postal tuition
for the GCE, School Cart and
Accountancy, Banking, Law,
Marketing, Company
Secretaryship Examinations.
For details of our specialised
courses write for FREE copy
of YOUR CAREER to The
Rapid Results College Dept.
TNI Tuition House Londo
SE19 40S


In memory of our dear mother
Mrs. Satyra Estella Bain who
died on May 14th 1964.
In this world of doubt and
gloom,
When hope flowers fail to
bloom.
I have put my faith in thee,
Till the homeland I shall see.
When old age is stealing on,
And my strength is all but
gone.
Surely thou wilt never forsake
me.
Till in heaven I awake.


Left to mourn their loss three
sons Hosea, Emanuel and
Edward, three daughters
Rowena, Dahlia and Dollie.


C9831



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In sad and loving memory of
my dear' son Kevin Benjamin
Newton, who departed this life
on Mother's Day 14th May
1972.
We did not see you die,
We were not at your side,
We only know you fell asleep,
And couldn't even say
good-bye.
When we are sad and lonely,
And everything goes wrong,
We seem to hear you whisper.
Cheer up and carry on.
Sadly missed by parents, Millis
and Ruel Newton,
grandmothers Mary Newton
and Julia Garvey, grandfather
Granville Garvey, brothers -
Leonard, Clarence, Simon,
Carl, Thomas. Sister Monice.
Aunts Inez, Madge, Corine.
Uncles Granville, Joseph,
Sharon, Sidney Hasley, Great
grand mother Fanny
Colebrooke. Many, many,
relatives and friends.
Mother Millis Newton

SCHOOLS
C9770
ATTENTION residents of Fox
HilI, 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.

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

FELP iil
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.


0r TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (fou<)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience In steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
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.


C9852


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 cQurt maintenance.


Write for Interviews giving full
details of past experience to:
Club Secretary, P. O Box
N-7776., Nassau.


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.

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

LYFORD CAY CLUB:
Apphlcations 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 t en 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


WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
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. Saes and erces. Cell
otlFas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's PtMf


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in loving memory Mrs.
Kathleen Huyler. Gambler
Village, who departed this life
14th May 1972.
Gone but not forgotten.
May she rest In peace.
Sadly missed by: Her husband,
grandchildren, one sister, one
nephew, one niece and a host
of other relatives.


JOB TITLEs 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:..
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.
Phone Wanklyn at
22000/22001 weekdays or
write c/o P. 0. Box N.3919,
Nassau.
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. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
C9827
ACCOUNTANT
The Royal Bank of Canada,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
requires the services of a
branch Accountant. Bahamians
only. Applicants should have
the following qualifications: At
least 5 years previous banking
experience in all aspects of
commercial banking. Must have
the ability to supervise and
train subordinate staff, plan
and supervise the day to day
routine of an office with
approximately 20 staff
nrimbers.
approximately 20 staff
members.
Applicants should apply in
writing to the Assistand
Manager Administration P.
0. Box F61 Freeport, Grand
Bahama or call for an
appointment at 352-6631.

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

TI ME KEICSu
C9636

PIeqoro Citens


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

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NEED FAST SERVICE?
Do you have goods In Miami
you need In a hurry? Wells
Fargo Express will dellverl 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.


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PATIO AWNINGS AND WORRY NO MOREl CALL
CARPORTS ABCO TO SOLVE YOUR
HUARORSI CLEANING PROBLEMS.
HURRICANE TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, C9363
PANELS ^FOR YOUR building needs
HN S. GEORGE & CO. Residential Remodelling -
1.*, Maintenance. Call G. Patton,
?gr tree tlmates and prompt Budget Builders 32656.
Orve cel2-84421.
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HAL K ESTATE

OWNER LEAVING Island,
must sil 3 bedroom/2 bath
home, furnished, landscaped,
fenced In. $24,500 or best
offer, financing available call
Preeport 373-4790 after 7:00
.rm. or write Box F-1 727.

IELU WANTED

JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATIONt
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 yeirs
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
apartmentt, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Preeport, Grand Bahama.
C7383
CHIEF ENGINEER: Must
be qualified in all phases of
Refrigeration, Air-Con-
ditioning, Plumbing, Electrical,
Carpentry, Stone Work and
Building Maintenance.
Applicant must have
experience In Supervisory
capacity and must have at least
three years experience. Police
Certificate and Good
References required.
Applicant must apply In person
tsi Personnel Department, El
Casino, P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Cd377
B TITLE: INSTRUMENT.
RPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
M MUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years -dustrial 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: Persopnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama...


NELP MATED
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.
and 12:00 noon only, 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 hazards.
PLANNER/SCHEDULER -
Must have a minimum of 4
years experience associated
with critical path planning,
refinery or industrial plants
including estimating,
scheduling of needed materials,
equipment and manpower for
work requirements. Must have
an Engineering Degree from an
accredited College. Preferably
an Industrial Engneer but
other type with Value Analysis
Experience can apply. Ability
in Planning and cost
Estimation for new and
Modifications to existing
installations.
This is a staff job that requires
an older man of vast General
Industrial Experience Qualified
Applicants should reply to:
Deputy Chief Industrial
Officer, Ministry of Labour -
Freeport.


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Rupert and his friend are
waiting when the King steps
out of his travelling-box.
"Q f your Maleaty,"
oa w theWi Old Goat, bow-
in4 "We have prepared for
you. Now, If you will excuee
me, I must go and feed my
reaItures in the hills." So

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PUZZLE
Agll 25. Tip
1.TraTes 26. Unit
6 Pakistani 27. Jitney
coins 28. Korean
11. Calculator soldier
13. IUnemoed 29. Enlisted man
bread 31. Chaplet
14. Eda 33. HandiOap
t learits 34. Deviate
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priest
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22. 43. Ilvaite
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24. Tiaspbol 45. Byways


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monarch. I will see my apart-
ment later," says the King.
"First I wish to be shown
around. Ah, here come my
subject," he adds, as the
Nutwood b'rda swarm towards
the house. They know I have
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6Y'7 GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day to make
%\ wlfatever you are using more attractive and
efficient. Show your companions that you are aware of their
needs and desires. Be sure to give compliments when due.
Enjoy music, art and literature. Express contentment.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) It is the small attentions that
make a fine impression on those who are vital to your welfare
now. Show sincerity in talks with others. Do nothing to anger
anyone at this time.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Begin the week properly by
being very cooperative with co-workers and doing regular
duties in a moat precise fashion. Adding to your wardrobe is
win now. Get good advice from an expert.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have fine creative ideas
and can help others who look to you for suggestions. Keep a
date with one who is important to you. You can now get the
data you want if you ask for it.
MOON CHILDREN (June.22 to July 21) Basic affairs
require your undivided attention now, so give it early. Show
associates that you will cooperate more with them. Work in a
precise fashion and strive for harmony.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Endeavor to communicate with
others in a charming way and get the results you want. Be sure
to keep an appointment that is vital to your well-being. You
can deepen friendships with others.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Talk over a new plan with a
business expert who can help you make it a success. Use your
good judgment when purchasing new items. Don't let an
overly talkative person lead you astray.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) State your personal aims to
good friends and gain their cooperation in achieving them.
Increased sociability brings the right results. Do nothing to
upset one who dwells with you.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Try to get the information
you need from the right source for a plan you have in mind,
but confide in nobody. Your hunches are good and should be
followed. Steer clear of trouble.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get together with
good friends and express your personal aims. The social can
bring you the understanding you need at this time. Show
others that you are an intelligent person.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Engaging in outside
duties that can help you to advance now is wise. Civic duties
can also bring the added prestige you desire. A bigwig will give
you the backing you want.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have clever ideas but
need the support of a higher-up in order to make them work
properly. There are new systems you can use to make your
duties less difficult. Think logically.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Begin the week properly by
showing more cooperation with co-workers. Use more tact in
dealing with others. Don't neglect to pay your bills on time.
Show more devotion to loved one.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY... he or she will be
one of those fascinating young people who can be a big success
in life because of the desire to listen to others. The fields of
medicine, psychiatry, and any of the humanitarian outlets are
fine here. Teach to be more objective early in life and your
progeny will be on the road to success. There is artistic talent
here, also. Give spiritual training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel," What you make of
vour life is largely up to YOU!

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& MIKE NOMAD


White to move: how did he
force Immediate resignation?
Today's position taken .from a
club match, illustrates a tactical
theme which experienced players
will have at their finger-tips.
Winning devices ike tiUs one
recur again and again In tourna-
ment chess.
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master or expert; 20 seconds.
county player; 1 minute, club
strength; 3 minutes, average; 8
minutes. novice.
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Chess Solution
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QxB; 2 Q-Kt5 P-Kt; 3 Q-
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'WE WENT TO WIN.. & BID'


Bahamas girls now


area champs, win



Region Six tourney

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
THE BAHAMAS LADIES NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL Squad
in a command performance ended the Miami Golds twelve-year
domination of volleyball Saturday and behind the superb playing
of its members captured the Region Six 1972-'73 Championship.
Most pleased with the results from behind and won the set
in what he felt was "the team's 16-14. Team captain Knowles
best effort and tournament missed the last set when Dr.
played to date," Dr. Norman Gay was put to work taping
Gay, president of the Bahamas her sprained ankle.
Volleyball Federation and "They learned a valuable
coach of the Lady's National lesson," commented coach Dr.
team said that this was a true Gay. "Never take anyone for
team effort and that the ladies granted and always during play
were fit both mentally and give your best in attention,
physically. "We came to win concentration and play." When
and win we did and have the asked why he had not called a
beautiful trophy to prove it," time out in the only set the
he said. Bahamas lost, coach Dr. Gay
The Bahamas' first contest commented "I felt that the
was against their host and girls had to be able to play
prime rivals Miami Golds. under strong pressure."
Playing the best two out of The Bahamas' second squad
three, the Bahamas Squad led with Patty Symonette, Cora
by captain Barbara Knowles Hepburn, Linda Davies, Gwen
along with the superb playing Miller, Muriel Anderson, Janet
of Margaret Albury, took two Bowe and Yvonne Smith
straight from the defending continued to gain experience in
champions. international competition
Rookies Winsome Davidson although they did not place as
and Celestine Wilson played well as their sister team. They
fine ball all through the won their last game of the day
tournament with the other from Miami Blues 15-7 and
two veterans Elsine Thompson 15-6. The Blues placed second
and Sportswoman of the Year in the tournament.
Florence Rolle, who came Hosted by coach A. J.
through with some devastating Bassett of the Miami Golds, the
spikes. Wendy Jackman tournament was a great success
rounded out the first team, explained Dr. Gay. A swim in
Of their eleven played the Miami Dade's gigantic pool
Bahamas' squad lost only one followed the tournament. In
set which was the second set the early evening a buffet
with a fine hustling squad from dinner was served prepared by
Miami Dade Junior College the Golds. Just prior to the
The Miami Dade girls refused buffet the entire body of teams
to give up on any play. They gathered for the presentation
even made unbelievable returns of the Championship 1973
on great spikes by Albury and trophy to Dr. Gay. Each player
Rolle while Knowles displayed proudly received individual
her great form in setting for trophies.
the spikes. Miami Dade came "The Golds were great


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AMERICAN LEAGUE
at Division
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 14 14 .500 -
Baltimore 4 4 16 .467 I
New York 14 16 .467 I
Boston 13 15 .464 I
Detroit 14 17 .452 l/K
Cleveland 14 18 .438 2
West Division
Chicago 18 8 .692 --
Kansas City 2012 .625 I
California IS 13 .536 4
Oakland 17 15 .531 4
Minnesota 12 14 .462 6
Texas 1017 .370 8
Sunday's Results
New York 4-6, Baltimore 0-9
Boston 8, Cleveland 3
Minnesota 5, Kansas City 0
California 3, Chicago 0
Texas 7, Oakland 2
Milwaukee 6, Detroit 4, 10 innings
Saturday's Results
California 6, Chicago S
Kansas City 4, Minnesota 2
Oakland 4, Texas 2
Milwaukee 6, Detroit 2
Cleveland 10, Boston 2
New York 8. Baltimore 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet OB
Chicago 20 13 .606 -
New York 17 14 .548 2
Montreal 13 15 .464 4%
Pittsburgh 12 14 .462 42 1
Philadelphia 1II 19 .367 71
St. Lous 8 22 .267 10s
West Division
San Franclsco 25 12 .676 -
Houston 22 12 .647 1
('Cinclnnati 19 13 .594 314
LosAngeles 19 15 .559 4o'
Atlanta 12 19 .367 10
San D)iego 12 22 .393 11A
.Sunday's Resulmts
Chicago 4-9, Philadelphia 2-3
San Diego 6-2, Atlanta 4-6
New York 6. Pittsburgh 2
St. Louis 3, Montreal 2
Cincinnati 2, Houston 0
Los Aneles IS, San Franciaco 3
Saturday's Results
Houston 7, CIncinnati I
Montreal 3, St. Louis I
Atlanta 14, San Diego 2
San Francisco S, Los Angeles 4
Chicsoo 3, Philasdelphia t
Now YoCk 6, Pittsburtg 0


hosts, but they were
disappointed in losing one of
their finest championships
which we will hold for one
year or until the
championships next year,"
commented Dr. Gay.
Eyeing the future, the
Bahamas in August will be
defending their Caribbean
English- Speaking
Championship which will be
held in Trinidad. They are also
expected to participate in the
Central American and
Caribbean Games in February
next year.
"A coach can and will assist
whenever he can, but a team as
good as ours must have the
ability to cope with any given
situation on their own," said
Dr. Gay.
$100 MILLION COMPLEX
From PaIge 1
the seven-man board are all of
Harbour Cay Ltd.
It is understood that Arawak
Development Company will
lease Arawak Cay from the
Bahamas Development
Corporation and sub-lease it to
prospective investors.
According to government,
"the development when
completed will be the largest
single tourist complex in the
Bahamas outside of Freeport."
Arawak Cay, originally
named Kelly Island, was
formed between 1966 and
1968 from sand dredged up to
deepen Nassau harbour.
Besides construction of a
new customs depot on the
island, this is the first
announcement of any further
development on the 100-acre
Island.


Baby Boy to fight Lloyd again on


Saturday 'to dispel any doubts'

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BOXING FANS viewing last Friday's bout will have an opportunity to satisfy themselve when
Bahamas light heavyweight champ Baby Boy Robe and American heavyweight Bobby Uoyd clashub
lna ert an but th o atu t amv at th Neman tRdium


THE BAHAMAS LADIES NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL
TEAM'S captain Barbara Knowles (left) and key spiker and
Sportswoman of the Year Florence Rolle proudly display
the Region Six Championship Trophy which the Bahamas
won on Saturday. The Bahamas defeated 12 year
champions Miami Golds.


Rolle during the first four
rounds of last Friday's bout
was almost out of control and
many fight fans feared a
setback in his so far successful
return to .the ring. Rolle,
however, slowed his opponent
with a bolo to the head and
followed through with counter
punches when Lloyd went
down on one knee. Referee
George Wilmore counted him
out and awarded Rolle a
technical knockout victory.
The punch that sent Lloyd
down was heatedly debated as
. any at ring side never saw it.
Rolle said it was a vicious
punch to the midsection that
stopped Lloyd. Pat Curry,
Lloyd's manager, claimed that
his man was hit with a low
blow. Lloyd corroborated.
Yet, "we are certain that
this is not correct. However, to
make a decisive decision and to
dispel any doubt, we have
decided to give Mr. Pat
Curry and his fighter Bobby
Lloyd a rematch," said Rolle's


SECOND BASEMAN Somny
Haven and left fielder W'ille
Knowles teamed up for three runs,
five hits and six rbi's Saturday as
Becks Bees maintained second place
with an 11-7 victory over Paradise
Island in the first game at the
Q.E.S.C.
Also getting a big piece of the
bat for Becks was third baseman
Fred Taylor who scored two runs
on two hits and knocked in two
during his three limes at bat.
Sammy "Bookie" Johnson's
round out rbi and first'baaems
Colon Thompson's rbi double put
the Islanders up two in the topg of
the first.
This did not deter the Bees and
Knowles with Haven and Taylor one
with a single and "hit by the pitch"
respectively connected for a two rbl
single. A two base throwing error
on centre fielder Keith (omnez sent
Knowles to third. Sim Hunes
followed with a sac fly into left and
Knowles saw Decks ahead 3-2.
Winning pitcher Don Taylor
eliminated the Islanders one, two,
three in the second Inning and tisree
more rbi's in the bottom phase gave
Becks a 6-2 command. Taylor who
worked five innings faced 28
batters. He struck out seven and
walked one white diving up ten hits.
Haven who struck out in the
second inning lifted Becks to eight
with a looping two-rbi single into
right. This drove in Don Taylor and
Roosevelt Turner.
The Idanders managed one more
run In the fourth off Kirk Smith's
rbi-ground out-before Becks fouled
up and gave away three runs, ia the
fifth.
With Charlie Mortimer and
Sammy Johnson both on by alsagles
Colin Thompson tapped an infield
hit to the third baseman whoas
throwing error gave up three runs,
The Ilaanders' fourth run came in
Vn Paul Demeritte's rbli that drove
If Watkints
Fred Taylor returned in the
bottom of the fifth and connected
for an rbi double. Knowles


followed with a two rbi single
that pulled Becks out of danger
because Don Taylor with added
determination struck out the three
Islanders that faced him in the sixth
and final inning.
BECKS BEES
ab r h rbi
Turner 3 3 1 0
Haven 4 2 3 2
F. Taylor 3 2 2 2
Knowles 3 1 2 4
Sim Humes 2 0 0 2
Moncur 4 0 1 0
Jacques 2 0 0 0
L. Taylor 3 1 2 0
D. Taylor 2 2 1 1
****e
PARADISE ISLAND
Gomez 3 1 1 a
Mortimer 4 I 1 0
S.Johnson 3 1 I 1
Hall 3 1 1 0
Thompson 3 1 3 I
Fisher 0 1 0 0
Femander 0 0 0
Watkins 3 1 0 0
Demeritte 1 0 0 0
D. Johnson 2 0 2 1
M. Demeritte 1 0 0 n
C.Johnson 2 0 0 0
K. Smith 2 0 1 1
Ellis 1 0 0 0
ISLANDERS COME FROM
BEHIND TO EDGE JET SET
A TWO BASE ERROR in the
top of the fourth together with
another error in the top of the fifth
gave Paradise Island four runs
yesterday as they came from
behind and edged out Jet Set by
one run in the only game played at
the Q.E.S.C.
This gave Jet Set their eighth loss
in 20 games while Paradise steadied
around the .500 mark with their
eleventh win in 21, played.
Jet Set, presently third in the
league six and a half games away
from league leader Big Q
Marketeers took a 2-0 lead in the
bottom of the second
inning after going blank In the first.
Eugene Thompson drove in a run
and Lionel Neilly scored on an
error. Jet Set scored again in the
bottom of the fourth when they
evened at three all.


First baseman Colin Thompson
led off the Islanders' three-run
fourth inning with a single. Basil
Hall followed with the same hit and
catcher Floyd Watkins, also with a
hit, loaded the sacks when the
crippling two base error saw the
Islanders ahead 3-2. B. Raylor's rbi
in the bottom of the fourth evened
things up.
However, Jet Set never recovered
from their fourth inning sacrifice
and left fielder Sammy "Bookie"
Johnson's double paid off when he
crossed with the winning run on a
throwing error.
Basil Hall, who struck out four
of the eleven batters he faced
during his three innings stint, took
the win. David Johnson who went
all the way took the loss. He
struckout six of his 28 opponents.


TODAY'S BALL GAMES
BIG Q MARKETEERS,
presently holding a five gaipe lead
over second place Becks Bees, take
on the resettled Del Jane Saints in
the second game tonight at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Second place Becks Bees steered
by the fiery batting of S)nny
Haven, Fred Taylor and Willie
Knowles meet Bahamas Blenders in
the first game at 7:00 o'clock.


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manager Mirty Goldstein. "We bobbing and weaving throwing
are certain after this there will the jab and following up with
be no doubt as to Baby's the combination.
Asked whether Johnny
superiority. Hudgins is ready to take on
ACCIDENTAL Bahamas heavyweight king
Curry went on to explain Wendell Newton, Curry,
that if that incident had taken Hudgins' manager, said that
place in Miami the referee there has' been a lot of
would have allowed the injured conversation but nothing
concrete. "No one has made \
fighter to go to his corner and me an offer I can't refuse," he
recuperate. Curry stressed said. In his last fight in Miami
though that he felt that the Hudgins lost a second round
punch was "purely accidental." TKO decision to Jamaica
The earliest open date is Oliver Wright.
approximately June 22, said In the semi final of
Goldstein, and "we certainly Saturday's card, Roscoe Bell
feel that by that time we will will try to even things up with
be fighting either Mike Quarry Cleveland Williams who ko'd
or Vincente Rondon." Thus him two weeks ago. In a six
with Saturday being an open rounder, Otis Clay will try to
date, Goldstein said that he felt even things up with former
that that was the time to give lightweight champ Freddie
the rematch. Major.
"This time I've decided to In another six rounder Al
cut him off as early as Moss will vie for the edge over
possible," said Rolle. "I am not Kid Barr with whom he has
going to give him all that lost one and won one.
punching room." Due to daylight saving time,
Lloyd's plan, Curry said, will it was announced that the first
be the same way and he will be bout will start at 9 sha





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Take notice that Amado Antoni will sell
under a Power of Sale contained in a Mortgage
dated the sixth day of August. A.D., 1971 and
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BAHAMAS CHAMP BABY BOY ROLLE AMERICAN BOBBY LLOYD
... rematch this Saturday to settle any doubt following Rolle's controversial TKO victory last
Friday at Nassau Stadium.




Becks beat Islanders to stay second place