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" Thank you, little bear, tor
carrying out my with.
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feathered crest next time you
viert my palace.'' Tha King ia
ao longer stern I will now
go to my apartment." ha aaya.
" You need not coma, I will
frnd my own way." So Rupert
ataya behind and when, later
on. the Wise Old Goat returns
from the hills, he I nda the
little bear sitting glumly beside
the empty cage. Why. what
ia wrong ? asks tha Wise Old
Goat. And my parrota I
Where are they ? You haven't
let them out. have you ? "
Rupert and the Memory Birds-17
Almost in tears, Rupert
blurts out Ma story 1-1
knew you'd be cross. he says
to the Wise ad Goat. But
the King ordered me to tree
the parrota. Ha doean't like to
aee birds in cages. I'm to
Krry--------" he breaks off at
l learned friend groant in
411 SIGH'S
ditmay. Montht and months
of my work wasted t" aaya
the Wise Old Goat. Rupert,
we mut do our very beet to
find those parrots. Let us
hope they are not too far
away. There is just a chance
we can coax them back with
these two bird-song whittles."
nesenveo.
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I'LL PUT IN MY pfgi-
Brother Juniper
"Listen, lady, I already TRIED unloading it at the used
car dealer's.
CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. French coin
6 Ridiculous
12 Log-rolling
contest
13. Enthusiast
14 Elbow
15. Ailment
16. Handle
18. Tellurium
symbol
19. Chiropter
21. Ide
23. Catface
27. Robot play
28. Shoal
30. Japanese Ian
31. Period
32. O'Hara
plantation
33. Pinch
34. Stupor
36. Bursa
37. Weather
satellite
38. Eleven
40 Fibber
42. Church officer
46. Mennonite
sect
49. Girl's name
50. Dike
51. Young salmon
52. Smirk
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1 s L A T 0 R A 1 u N e s E L R E
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Mythical sword
Former
penitentiary
site
Inert gas
5 Associate
6. Limb
7. Liner
8 Foot bottoms
9. Japanese song
10. Color
11 Arid
17. Territories
19. Reared
20. Light breeze
22. Wild
24 Scheme
25 Exchange
premium
26 Tears
29 Beauty
treatments
35. Shine
39 Charged
particles
41 Verily
42. Unbranched
antler
43. Blunder
44. Fatima's
husband
45 By birth
47. Bishopric
48 Feminine
pronoun
CARROLL RIGHTER'S
GHOROSCOFE
frem the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Not a day to put
Wl your new plans into action. Instead, carefully
study those already in operation and iron out any kinks that
show up. It's not the time for taking risks of any kind. For the
present hold to the tried and true
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Take care you don't make
unwise moves or make changes because you are feeling
nervous. Keep steadfast to plans made A new associate has
some ideas but they aren't good Discard them
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have annoying matters
to handle, so do them speedily and well. Mite is upset so be
thoughtful and helpful. Try not to lose your temper with
anyone. Strive for more harmony at home
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Matter, could be tense with
an associate who talks too bluntly without realizing it, so keep
your cool. Engage in work without expecting adulation
Benefits will come later
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Attend to own
work early in the day and don't expect a fellow worker to do
some of it for you. Look carefully at all clothing you buy
today for possible flaws. Relax tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't take any chances today,
particularly in business dealings Handle routine work in a
most efficient way. Show more loyalty to mate Be more
encouraging instead of grumbling
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Instead of acting in an
emotional way at home, use a tactful approach and get far
better results. Not a good day for making changes of any kind.
Spend more time with good friends
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Particular care should be
exercised in travel. Making sly remarks to others could lead to
trouble. Don't lose your temper with anyone and you win out.
Show others you have compassion.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't handle any important
financial affairs today when the planets are not favorable, but
stick to small personal matters. Take care of those repairs to
property you've put off.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Be careful in handling
affairs of importance since you are not thinking too wisely
now, since you are discontented. It is wise to improve your
appearance. Avoid one who criticizes.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) It is better to attend to
duties today instead of running off on some tangent or you
will regret it later on. A hunch you have is not good, so don't
use it. Keep your cool.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You want to make new
friends while enjoying old ones, but this it not a good day for
such. Concentrate on your most cherished goals instead. You
can accomplish a great deal today
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Max. 20) Handle a civic affair which
you have been procrastingatig on for some time Show that
you are conscientious. Avoid a bigwig who is not in a good
mood right now. Take health treatments.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those fascinating young people who has good ideas but
will be so outspoken that others could resent it. Teach to keep
plans to self and not to give unsolicited advice, and then this
becomes a successful life. Some profession that takes your
progeny to different countries is best here. Add various
languages to the educational curricula.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!
JUDGE PARKER
By PAUL NICHOLS
APARTMENT 3-G
By Alex Kotzky
THE EVENING IS
just BeemwuG,
MRS MASH.' I WILL TEACH TOU
ANP ABIGAIL THE VERY LATEST
PANCES' -------------------4
STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD
by saunders & overgard
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master; 4 mlnutea. problem
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KBS: 4 RQl mate.
White mates In four moves,
against any defence (by K
Junker). Whether you solve this
clever miniature puzzle depends
mainly on whether you hit on
White's unexpected Open inn
move. As usual. White plays up
the board, so that the black
pawn is still on Its starting
square.
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doubles enliven the frame and
Erovldc vicarious excitement for
ibit/ers. In competitive bridge,
redoubles are few and far be-
tween. Making a doubled con-
tract nearly always ensures a
good result, so why be greedy ?
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in the Netherlands v, U.S. match
in the 1972 Olympiad.
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stringed Instrument.
Fruit centre. (5. 4)
funereal rover. (41
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minus Irfl out. (I))
Old Caledonian. (4)
iimi- devils. (4)
Weather feature. (4)
I :ivrr (4) 23. I.ornl due (4)
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Inspiring renpect and rear.
(0)
down
Musical show produred for
advertisers' purpose*. (4, s>
Father. (41
clap tape (Anac.l (9)
PrUon apartment*. (A)
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Jim Jacoby, East, doubled on
the bidding, for it seemed Incon-
ceivable that nine tricks could
be made without bringing in the
thrice Old diamonds. Bobbv
Wolff opened a diamond, as
instructed Coming In at trick
two with his : Q. the Dutch
declarer, van Heusden, led out
the 4A *hd +Q to West's *H
Another heart came back, and
when the clubs didn't break,
communications became a
problem.
doing over to the fK. van
Heusden cashed the (PA.now or
never and took the v-jj4r!rj
finesse. Some 2000 point rfriKe on the position of the ?<<. bui
fortune favoured Holland and
van Heusden brought home hit
redoubled contract to score 950.
In the other mom, America's
Aces went down In 4af>.
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Shr Irtbmir
! GRAND BAHAMA
L&LASSIFJEP.J
HELP HUNTED
C7388
ONE KITCHEN STEWARD
With 5 years experience in
Buffet sat ups, must be able to
supervise kitchen staff in their
duties, also be able to work
long hours. Must have High
School education or
equivalent. Must be between
the ages of 25 and 40 years of
ago.
ONE CHIEF ENGINEER:
With 10 years experience in
Hotel Maintenance and
supervisory capacity of large
staff. Must be able to read
blueprints and work by them,
also be able to work long
hours. Must be College or
University Graduate. Must be
between the ages of 35 and 50
years of age.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club. West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
HELP WANTED
C7391
MALE NIGHT ROOM CLERK
required. Applicant should
have completed High School
and must be experienced "in
position. Accuracy in figures
important. Must be of pleasant
and outgoing personality and
willing to work odd hours.
Relative to the foregoing,
references and impeccable
Police record essential. Starting
salary $100.00 per week, plus
1 duty meal.
Please contact Miss Miriam
Adderley, Personnel
Manageress, International
Hotel.
WANTED
C7389
Interested in buying for cash.
Bahamian stamp Collection or
a part of. Phone Freeport
373-5452.
Saturday, May 19, 1973.
'Before you bust out, Bongo, consider the job competition
like you wouldn't believe."
The Tribune
CLASSFIED ADVS.
BRING RESULTS
OFFICE HOURS
"Sir, about this assistant you assigned to help me with
the work that has piled up on my desk..."
0
I'M NOT JEFF
I'MJUUUS.'
OH. JULIUS.'
WHAT ARE
VbU DOING
MERE?!
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BRING BACK
THE DAYS OF
THE ORGAN
GRINDER.'
REMEMBER THE
OAVS WHEN
SPRING CAME
SO DID THE
HURrry-GURDy
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DOING O.K.
WITHOUT JEFF
WHEREbyoU
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ORGAN AND
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OF THIS SHOW/
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ME.' HERE'S YOUR
TEN PERCENT/
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NOBODy'S GONNA
MAKE A MONKEy
OUT OF ME.' HERE.
I'M THROUGH WITH
SHOW,
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COR. ROETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.



P.. OX MM PHONE 2.1306/2-3237


VOL. LXX. No. 180


OPPOSITION REFUSE DRAFT CONSTITUTION,

& PREMIER GAIRY LEFT WITH A PROBLEM





UK agrees to on spot





survey before deciding






Grenadas Independence


By Leonard Kirachen
LONDON (AP)- A week-long conference on the future of Grenada ended Friady night in a hail of claims and


AN AGREEMENT IN
PRINCIPLE was signed
Friday between the Bahamas
Development Corporation
and the Kardar Canadian Oils
Ltd. of Frankfurt, Germany
and the Thyssen Stahlunion
Technik, of Dusseldorf,
Germany. The agreement
allows the two German
companies to commence an
in-depth feasibility study in
Grand Bahama before
entering into a formal
agreement with the Bahamas


SB..C. switches

insurance to

P.Rice firm
A PUERTO-Rican based
company, Trans-Oceanic
Insurance Company Ltd, has
assumed insurance coverage for
the 660 employees of the
Bahamas electricity
Corporation after the Board of
BEC decided to dispense with
the services of Travellers
L!njtance.
Travellers, a major U.S. firm,
had covered BEC for the past
three years and employees
were reportedly satisfied with
the job it was doing until the
Board ordered the switch.
Trans-Oceanic took over
officially on May I and a
representative of the company,
Mrs. Patricia Bowe, is
occupying an office on the
premises of BEC from where
employee insurance
applications are processed.
According to Registry
records, Trans-Oceanic was
incorporated in the offices of
Hanna and Stewart-Coakley on
March 10, 1972.
The company's principal
place of business is given as the
seventh floor, Banco de Ponce
Building, 1250 Ponce de Leon
Avenue, San Juan, Puerto
Rico.
The nominal capital is given
as $500,000 divided into
50,000 shares at $10 each.
There is nothing however to
indicate who the directors or
shareholders are.
According to the Articles of
Association Trans-Oceanic
offers disability, property,
casualty, vehicle, marine,
transportation, agricultural and
surety insurance.
The Tribune discovered
however that the telephone
number and post office box
number of Trans-Oceanic is the
same as that of GAC Eleuthera
Ltd., which is financing the
multi-million-dollar residential
resort development at
Eleuthera.
The $30 million Ca pe
Eleuthera project is located in
the Rock Sound district
represented by Mr. Preston
Albury, who is also chairman
of B.E.C.


Government to build an oil
refinery at a cost of $150
million.
If a formal agreement is
signed, the Government
which will become a partner
in the scheme will make
available 1,000 acres of land
for the refinery. In the
picture (from left) are: Mr.
Percy Campbell, Ministry of
Development; Mr. L. B.
Johnson, attorney for the
German group; Mr. N. G.


Snyder, president of Kardar
Canadian Oils Ltd; Mr.
Kendal Nottage, MJ.. for
Freeport (standing); Mr.
Alfred Maycock, Chairman of
the Bahamas Development
Corporation; Mr. Wolfgang
Schwarze, of the Thyssen
Stahi-union-Technik; Mr.
Jack Bitton, vice-president of
Kardar Canadian Oils Ltd4
and Mr. Geroge Collymore, of
the Development
Corporation.


National Insurance 'not


to compete with' private



insurance, says Minister

THE NATIONAL INSURANCE SCHEME is designed to
"complement, not compete with" commercial insurance interests,
Minister of Labour and National Insurance Clifford L. Darling
assured industry representatives in Freeport Thwaday.
"It is not a scheme that is that the scheme will create in
designed to interfere with and the community at Ilage.
intrude into the free enterprise He said in other countries
system of the insurance with similar schemes, "often
industry in the Bahamas," the many people seek to secure
Minister told members of the private insurance benefits as a
Life Underwriters Association means to augment whatever
of Grand Bahama at the King's benefits they are able to derive
Inn. from the government's
Mr. Darling was asked to scheme."
address an association-sponsor- He dealt specifically with
ed sales seminar on the effects the effect of national insurance
of the Government's national on group insurance policies,
insurance scheme on the "an area, I understand, where
insurance industry here. the most money is made."
"National insurance w is The Minister said there is
never designed with a view to "little cause for alarm" in this
profitability; rather, the area.
scheme is one which is "As a general proposition, I
government regulated and one do not feel that most
which is intended to provide companies will reduce the
very rudimentary human general benefit, but rather
services to all Bahamians. might tend to drop those areas
"At its most simplified level, of benefits which overlap with
it is a scheme to establish an national insurance, but at the
orderly system of social same time give added coverage
welfare benefits, "providing to another area of insurance
payments in respect of which this scheme does not
sickness, invalidity, maternity, cover and which previously did
retirement and death of not exist in the group
insured persons. insurance."
"What we have established," As an example, he said
he said, "is a national maternity benefits, which are
minimum of insurance covered by national insurance,
coverage for all Bahamians." are likely to be dropped from
STILL ROOM employers' group insurance
Mr. Darling told the policies. The employers would
insurance men that the "possibly apply the earnings
minimums set by the national that were previously used for
insurance scheme "leave room this to another area such as loss
and encouragement for of income.
voluntary action by each "In this way we can see how
individual to supplement and there can be a mutuality of
provide more than this interest without competition."
minimum for himself and his The Minister went on to say
family. And it is in this that the "magnitude of the
particular area that the private scheme" will itself create
firms still have and will general community benefits.
continue to have a major role He cited employment by
to play." Government to operate the
He said the insurance national insurance
industry would benefit from administrative machinery, and
the introduction of national the placing of more money in
insurance by the awareness of circulation within the
the need for future planning community.


Prime Minister Eric Gairy's
government was left with a
problem of its own whether
to rebel against any rejection
of Independence by the
British.
In such a situation
conference sources said
Gairy's government would have
two choices to leave Grenada
in its present "Association'
with Britain or to declare
It ii "- -"ndence after a
tlerent island'
90,000 inhabitants.
The sources said- the main
issue was that if Britain grant
Grenada its full Independence
it then becomes eligible fo
development aid from Londom
But if it achieves Independenc
unilaterally, it has to foreg
this right.
A communique issued after


...14ti. TRAFFIC


A OMAN tentative]
identified by police as Francis
Newbold of unknown age am
address became Nassau
fourteenth traffic fatality f(
the year last night in a
accident at the intersection
John P. Kennedy Drive an
Interfield Road.
Little infon.aation on tl
accident was immediate
available.
Police said the dead woman
was a pedestrian when she w
struck by a car reported
driven by a Mr. Ferguson
about 9 p.m.
A spokesman for tl
Princess Margaret Hospital sa
the woman died shortly aft
11 p.m.
It is understood she w
suffering fractures of the sku
both legs and a number of rib
Police reported t
thirteenth traffic fatality of tl
year on May 6, whi
22-year-old Cynthia Neely
Yellow Elder Gardens died
an accident on Prince Charl
Avenue.
9 of C says 'm



CHAMBER of Commcrc
president Holland G. Smith
revealed Thursday that th
Chamber had in April turned
down a proposal to assist th
Blood Bank in a fund-raisin
drive for a $10,00
bloodmobile because it was no
satisfied with past results whe
it had tried to help the Bloo
Bank.
Addressing the Chamber
annual general meeting, M
Smith pointed up some of tl
frustrations the Chamber
Hospital Committee hi
experienced during the yea
One of these was t
difficulty in trying to p
acceptance for a proposal
assist the Ministry of Health
equipping the hospit
extension through a pub
subscription scheme.
"Nor were we able to get
list of equipment which wou
be needed for the hospi
extensions under progress. C
both of these the commit
was given a definite 'hold'
the Ministry" Mr. Smith sa
EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES

Optometrist
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 362-5906


Vounter-claims, leaving Britain to decide if and when the Caribbean island becomes


independent.
no satisfaction," he declared.
Asked why he favoured a
Referendum, Blaize said: "The
peoples of Grenada, whether
supporting the government or
the opposition, jointly reject
Independence imposed from
3,000 miles away.
"They must make their own
decision. The machinery to
give satisfaction to all the
people is there."
The communique said the
British government would
examine claims from Gairy's
government and Blaize's
opposition party. And gather
its own information about
what was happening- in the
Caribbean island.
U.K. CONCESSION
Blaize said Balniel had
conceded "that in view of
recent developments in
Grenada' the British plan for
an on-the-spot survey was
necessary before coming to a
decision,
But Hosten also claimed a
success for his government at
the conference. "We are going
back to Grenada satisfied with
what has been achieved so far"
he said.
The structure of the
Constitution was not a difficult
problem, he added as the
existing constitution contained
all that was necessary, except
in matters of defense and
foreign affairs. But he said
these could easily be
hammered out.
The present constitution was
agreed in a 1967 Treaty in
which Grenada and other East
Caribbean Territories ceased
being colonies and won
Associated Statehood with
Britain.
By this treaty the East
Caribbean territories became
self-governing on everything
except defense and foreign
affairs which Britain handled.
Conference sources said
both parties Blaize's
opposition party and the ruling
Grenada United Labour Party
wanted Independence so
they could negotiate with their
neighbours to set up a
Caribbean Federation.
But Britain would be
included in any talks to do
that, if only as an observer and
both sides did not want that.
Informants said Gairy's
decision to ask Britain to grant
Independence and not hold a
Referendum was simply
tactical.
Gairy has a 13-seat majority
in the 15-member Grenada
Legislature. He got this
majority with just over 50 per
cent of the popular vote.
GAIRY S DOUBTS
Gairy doubts he would get
the necessary 66.66 per cent
majority in a Referendum
because Grenada's white
population, opposing
Independence, could total
some 30 per cent of the vote.
Blaize claimed the decision
to ask Britain to grant this
freedom had caused unrest in
Grenada.
"There has been opposition
amounting to disruption of
work. The airport is closed. I
told the British government to
check these facts," he stressed.
Hosten, however, rejected
claims there had been major
disorders and said: "We had
anticipated some disturbances.
"My government feels that
Her Majesty's government will
give due course to the demand
made by a duly elected
government with a 13 to 2
majority."
None of the three conferring
parties could say when Britain
would give its replies to Gairy
and Blaize, but all agreed it
would have to be soon.


board of Global Ministries o
the United Methodist Churc
of the U.S.A. and also by th
Rev. Norwyn E. Denny of th
British Methodist Conference
CHARGED WITH -
INDECENT ASSAULT
LOUIS Chestnut wI
charged before Magistrat
George Hannays Wednesda
with indecent assault on a ma
contrary to Section 29
subsection 2 of The Pen
Code.
It is alleged that Chestni
indecently assault
13-year-old George Bethel o
Monday, May. 14.
The case was adjourned I
June 18
Chestnut was released c
$1,000 bail.


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the decision to admit women
to the ministry "represented a
highly significant moment in
the life of the conference." He
said new ground was being
broken in "Methodism in these
parts."
The proposal was forwarded
by the president and seconded
by the Rev. Edwin Taylor,
chairman of the Bahamas
district. The conference
unanimously approved the
proposal by a standing vote.
The question of women in the
ministry had been considered
previously and debated by the
individual district synods
earlier in the year.
The conference was
addressed by Bishop Paul
Washburn, chairman of the


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the talks said considerable
agreement was reached on a
draft constitution but that the
Grenada government and
opposition still disagreed on
methods of achieving it.
The conference, which
started May 14, was called at
the request of Prime Minister
Gairy, who took up an
agreement reached with the
British in October 1972 that a
conference should take place in
May to consider Independence.
PROVISIONS
The 1967 Act of Association
with Britain provides that
Independence can be achieved
by asking Britain to grant it -
or by proceeding to a
Referenfum and unilateral
Independence based on a
two-thirds maority of votes.
George Hosten, Deputy


Prime Minister and finance
minister, who headed the
Grenada government
delegation at the closing
session, said that in the early
stages, the British and Grenada
governments and the Grenada
opposition had agreed on this
Constitution. But he added
that opposition leader Herbert
Blaize pulled out of the
agreement Thursday.
Blaize, who heads the
Grenada National Party, told
newsmen he opposed a
Constitution and Independence
granted in London and made it
clear to Lord Balniel, who
chaired the talks, he would
never accept as a Constitution
any draft agreed at the
conference.
"The conference was well
conducted, but has so far given


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begin on MNonay


5's By MIKE LOTHIAN
or THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
an management and the BaTelCo branch of the Bahamas Public
of Services Union are to meet early Monday in the first wage
ad negotiation meeting since the former contract expired on June 30
last year.
he Also likely to be the subject BIIL I IS
ly of discussion at the meeting is N LELARS BUSY
management's avowed
an intention to deduct two hours ON COLLINS AVE.
as pay from the salaries of some
ly 350 BaTelCo employees who BURGLARS were busy on
at staged a two-hour Collins Avenue Thursday night,
demonstration on May 7. breaking into an insurance
he The staff demonstration was company's office and two
id staged outside thd BaTelCo doctors' offices. One of the
er administrative offices on doctors lost some cash, but the
Thompson Boulevard in amount was not immediately
as support of union demands for known.
ll, wage negotiations. Workers There were unconfirmed
bs. charged that management had reports that burglars also broke
he refused to negotiate a new into the home on Collin
he contract. Avenue of a third doctor.
en They said the union Someone forced his way
of submitted a new wage proposal through iron bars to enter
in at about the time of the ground floor window on the
les expiration of the old contract western side of the two-storey
last year. Management rejected Imperial Life Assurance o
t the proposal, but reportedly Canada building, an
refused to come up with a proceeded to ransack the three
counter-proposal that could be offices upstairs and the two
the basis of negotiations. downstairs, leaving paper:
The demonstration ended strewn all over the floors.
ce when acting assistant general A company spokesman said
th manager for personnel and cash is never left on the
e industrial relations Mr. Max premises, and so far as i
ed Turner delivered a letter from known no papers are missing
he general manager Aubrey The break-in occurred between
ng Curling to union branch the company's closing time
D0 chairman Willimae Thursday and opening time
ot Bridgewater. Friday morning.
on The letter requested a Someone else removed glas
d meeting with workers' louvres from a ground-floo
representatives "immediately" window on the northern sid
r's to discuss the dispute. of the building on Collin
fr Union spokesmen said the Avenue near Shirley Stree
he first thing the union demanded which houses the offices of Dr
r's and received from management Roger P. Doherty. The entr
ad after the demonstration was was made between 6 p.mr
. assurance that there would be yesterday and 8 a.m. today
he no "intimidation or Dr. Doherty's offices wer
pet victimisation" of staff as a ransacked by the burglars, wh
to result of the demonstration, apparently were looking onl
in REMINDER for money, but found none.
tal On May 8 Mr. Turner issued Immediately south of Dr
lic a memo to staff members Doherty's offices is a building
involved in the demonstration, occupied on the upper floor b
ta pointing out that under Dr. Norman Cove.
Id Corporation rules unauthorised second-storey window wa
tal absence from the job site made broken, but as the broken glai
On an employee liable to salary was outside the building, it
tee cuts to make up for lost time. thought the burglars somehow
by Mrs. Bridgewater said at the entered through a door an
id. time that although workers broke the window, from th
were "concerned" about and inside.
T "upset" over the memo, in the "Some money" was take
light of management's earlier but a number of cheques an
assurances she did not think several radios and cameras wen
the memo was notice that untouched.
flier would in fact be pay It was also reported tha
cuts.' someone also entered the horr
However, all doubts were of Dr. F. E. Agtarap at Fir
dispelled on Tuesday this Terrace and collins Avenue c
week, when Mr. Turner issued Thursday. However, she could
a second memo not be contacted for details.


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WOMEN will be admitted to
the ministry of the Methodist
Church it was decider at the
seventh annual conference of
the Methodist Church in the
Caribbean and Americas.
The decision was made early
in the conference, which
assembled Friday afternoon in
representative session at
Epworth Hall, Shirley Street,
under the chairmanship of the
president of the conference,
Rev. Claude Cadogan.
It was decided that from
now on women would be
eligible to offer for the
ministry in the Methodist
Church in the Caribbean and
nearby territories, which
constitute the conference of
the MCCA. The president said


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begin operations July 1 with a
fleet of 14 aircraft, including
I one BAC-I11 jet and two more
BAC-ll Is and one FH-227 on
order.
Route expansion is planned
to the Turks and Caicos as well
as to Orlando, Florida, Atlanta,
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AT PROSPECT?
THE OFFICIAL residence
of the Prime Minister of the
Bahamas will in all Ikelihood be
built rather than bought.
Surveyors have been seen
assessing some 15 acres of land
located along Sandford Drive
on Highland Park, Prospect
Ridge, and The Tribune has
been reliably informed that the
property is being considered as
the site for the Prime Minister's
official residence.
The property is believed to
belong to Mr. Joseph
Tomlinson, who confirmed
today that he has large parcels
of land for sale in the vicinity.
Mr. Tomlinson said he had
been away and was therefore
not aware of any surveying
having been carried out.
He wanted it made clear,
however, that he had no plans
to sell his home Hightor "come
hell or high water."
There has been speculation
that the government was
considering the purchase of
"Hightor" as the official
residence for the Prime
Minister, but Mr. Tomlinson
stated flatly that "it's not for
sale."
The government already
owns three houses on Prospect
Ridge which are housing the
Chief Justice, the Attorney
General and the Deputy
Governor.
The Tribune understands,
however, that Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling and Mrs.
Pindling have also been looking
at Woodstar on Skyline
Heights.
The house on the market
for $550,000 is in fact being
considered as a'private home
for the Pindlings, the Tritun
was told. It was previoudy
owned by Rafael Navarro,
president of Gramco
International.
It is understood that
building contractor Arnold
Cargill is now carrying out
renovations on the-house, but
no confirmation could be
obtained.


OIA chief backs

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BASANASAIR

GOVERNMENT
announcement of the
formation of the new flag
carrier BAHAMASAIR was
fully endorsed today by
Edward Albury, managing
director of Out Island Airways.
Contacted today, Mr.
Albury said the stockholders of
Out Island were quite pleased
with the outcome of the
negotiations with government
for the sale of OIA assets, and
the phasing out of the airline.
"We are happy to be part of
BAHAMASAIR and feel that
establishment of the new
carrier will put an end to a lot
of uncertainty and definitely
improve air service : in the
Bahamas," Mr. Albury said.
He praised Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard for the
manner in which he had
brought the negotiations to a
successful conclusion.
Mr. Maynard disclosed the
formation of BAHAMASAIR
in the House of Assembly
Wednesday. Although
negotiations with Out Island
had ended, those with
Flamingo were still continuing.
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SKY LAX TO SHADOWED
CAM KElNNEDY (AP) Aronauts and engineers worked across
the deon Friday to perfect equi-ment and procedure for flying a
Aahle pir iesion to the oerheted akylab pace* station next
The J d to cawy two 40equa-oot ilvery sunshade to the
m ikti lab nid erct one of them to shadow the vehicle from the sun and
e Io t i down.
W a formed flur ' activity at speed agency cntrs and
rtori t a vrous nhade prpo were developed and tested
sdysI Iron practiced r aign them in clumny space suits with
ot Mliers..
A spe walk wi be required to lastal the device.
V t entrOlems reported today that except for the high heat and a
i .qr., rocope problem, the houemis laboratory was in excellent
condition.
SVIsT POLITICAL PARTY CALLS FOR PEACE
WWW (AP) A Sout Vietname soltical party bhas ItSed a
de atin for an end to armed activities and a form of peaceful
'ole ta d apute between a various Vietnamese side, the
Vltooks preerported Fiday.
The party, called the Socialist Democratic Alliance, is composed of
seoVn former political parties.
The aUlisnee' declaration pledges Its determination "to fight
dictatorship under il forms and to build just and honourable peace for all
people and wies".
.1 Ale ece is one of the three political parties officially operating in
South Vietnm at this time. The other two partle are President Nguyen
Va Thieu's Dan Chu (Democracy) Party and a Catholic Tu Do (Freedom)
porty.
SEEKGOVTS'. AID FOR INDOCHINA
STRASBOURG (AP) Members of Parliament from 17 European
countries Friday unanimously asked their governments to get together on
aid to reontruct and develop Indochina.
They also asked support for the United Nations and other organluationa,
both official and voluntary, working to help the Indochines.
The Cdesoltativ Assembly of the Council of Europe has 140 members,
all of them ember of parliament in their own countries, but their votes
have no binding force.
ROGERS COVERS US. FRIENDSHIP TO L. AMERICA
BOGOTA, COLOMBIA (AP) U. S. Secretary of State William P.
Roers assured Latin American nations Friday that the United States will
work with them In friendship regardless of political differences.
Roars' policy offered reMsurances that U. S. dominance of Latin
American affair was a thing of the past.
* He sald Wahington favours regional cooperation without U. S.
participation, a well structures such as the Organisatlon of American
States wheb include United States.
htoera said the U. S. can increase Its attention toward Latin America,
Western Burap and Japan because the world is more secure than it was
when President Nixon took office.
Rogersn left Colombia Friday bound for Brazil, the sixth of eight Latin
American national scheduled for his trip.
IREZHNEV ON FIRST VISIT TO W. GERMANY
DONN, GERMANY (AP) Leonid S. Brezhnev came to Bonn on Friday
for his firt visit to Weat Germany and opened talks at once with
Chmneod Willy bandt.
Miaing only his second trip to the west as the born of the Kremlin,
Breshev arrived in spring sunshine a month before his planned Washington
meetlpI with President Nixon. Breshnev visited France in 1971.
Here for five days of talks on expanding trade and relaxation of cold war
. toeno, Brehnev was told by Brandt that they would continue their
S ."dlouof peasco."
The vt, first ever to West Germany by a Soviet looder, put a symbolic
end to enmlty dating back to World Wer II. in which millions of Russians
and Gartandied1
Readbn in a heavy Ukrainian accent from his airport statement,
-yar.old Breshnev said he and Brandt already had laid "a good
foundation" for reconciliation in their 1970 non aggression pact.
"Now. it i em tei, to erct a firm building of good neighbourly
relations upon tads foundation." he added.
Wdelcain him, Brandt said Breshevls vit confirmed "that things in
Euope he tales a turn for the better" after a trag past.
INDICTDdN CHARGES OF MAIL FRAUD
WASHING*TO (AP) Florida buelnoem... Glenn W. Turner and
*ttor ey P. Lee aileo were indicted by a Federal Grand Jury Friday of
hee fm al firauend s piracy on connection with the male of
II l for tree of Turner' firms, the Justice Department aid.
The thM firma ad e itt other man also wer named in a 2-count

rn obe-oGrst Inc.. and Glenn W. Turner
he., all with headquarters in Orlando.
r or ,I m r offer, director. of aslesann for the three firms who
In-tew Harry S. Atkinson, W. Leroy Boeale and Jeo 0.
d. sado; eat U. Duntia end Clyde C. Cobb of Maittnd,
; M l of Fern Park, p .; Hobart Wader of Winter Park,
and Maen, whoee hereabouts was Hoted su unknown.
IiM G I UING 80VBARM
'KARACHI Eight members of the federal government's
toes wr iled and many others Injured in an ambush by
B n aierilin at Tandor In Bachstan, accordinI to a press note
a r idy Iam t provincial capital of Quetta.
-The omulm, ui Iod1sophisticated am ipCted to be from
i s stead ~ agn t troops who wMere thse rlway lne
1 to via o d Quetta, to prss note md. The attackers
bqftd laD nie arbly mountain.
Two dgy o e pollieme wone kilsd and several other won
In ns a -e between armed polype and Meagan tribesmen ne
Those peallas too, ecapoed.
offilal pres note -Md eor dsnc the dismbisal of the National
FPty (NAP) Miabty in BdaucNIeta In February lot, NAP-trained
h rapped up ir subotaes ctivities in fvowur of an
t ped oft state
OPERATION TO SAVE HAND ONCE SEVERED
lAO PAULO, BRAZIL. May I (AP) Jobhannes Chrietisan He, a
m Iano t whBnse left had wMe aajolaed to hiswrist after robbers
9 t oft, uidsuwut anlMher operation st week to combat infection.
bosldNs Maque 1 armed the rM y "normal" He mid the
s asm rm eas theand picked up It a y on the pound for
an ham beoen dotons eeuld a d It.
s h moa ofGumnI1 hlmiprent, told docntos he was driving
hm i eJob at th INes vnlnimeis plant may I and had to
is a 6im. Just us IN fhid0sd, four young men came out of the
ndered at tle money he hd ut balked a
oi r He old but Whlly pried writwatch. When he tried to arpis
.m de Muam. he aid tey eat off he bhad with a knife.
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By JEAN HELLER
WASHINGTON (AP) Attorasy Genm.l&digmate BElot L.
Richadeon Friday tumed over the prosectin of oue of dthe
bksst political scandeals history to a Dmmeuat, Aebsldd
Cox, a former federal lal and now a Harvd rof law.


In naming a Democrat to the
poet of special prosecutor in
the Watergate affair,
Richardson satisfied the desires
of several key members of the
Senate Judiciary Committee
which currently is holding
hearings on Richardson's own
nomination to the Attorney
General post.
Cox, 61 was Solicitor
General of the United States
from 1961 to 1965 and served
in the Justice and Labour
Department during World War
II. In between, he taught law at
Harvard University and now is
the Wilston Professor of Law
there:
Richardson, once a student
of Cox's, said Cox would have
a free hand to choose his own
staff from within or outside
the Justice Department, but
Richardson added that he
would "retain ultimate power
of removal over the special
prosecutor.
Cox will be paid $38,000,
and his office will get expense
funds.
Cox's nomination came at
about the same time Watergate
burglar James W. McCord was
telling the special Senate
committee investigating'
political spying and sabotage
that a former White House aide
repeatedly offered him
executive clemency and told
him President Nixon was aware
of the offer.
NIXON DENIAL
A White House spokesman
denied any Nixon involvement.
"The President did not
participate in any way, or have
any knowledge regarding the
cover-up and at no time
authorized anyone to represent
him in offering executive
clemency," Press secretary
Ronald Ziegler said.
Ziegler also indicated that
v Nixn t not considering
resigning in the wake of the
Watergate affair, nor does he
have any plans to make an
appearance or a statement for
the Senate committee
investigating the scandal.
The president has "a lot to
accomplish in the second term,


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CAMBRIDOGE. MASSACMU.-
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iam choean Friday as special
proaaeutor ia the Watsrgste came,
said He pobe would Invoile aI
pset of theit 1w esidetial
Eleaten and any im of
Paident Nixon would be
Cox, a Harard law school
pr toid a conference
thie was a legal question about
whaar the Pesident should be
promeutd or Ipeached if he wren
p d but "it wmd be
Hesaid his invesdiation would
rang beyond the brek- l at
Demoerti Ntional Headquamrse
let JIu to a offenses making out
invoicing the Preideat, Wite
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would tae. Cox I could it
yewi 18 asath or mor. He noted
the spet Dome wInquiry wmet on
for i yeerm
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mportc ," he mid. h "omihow
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and he fully intends to do
that," Ziegler said.
In the meantime, four
former White Houe aides have
been asked to testify before
another Senate investigation of
the growing web of scandals
surrounding the Watergate
affair.
Senator John L. McClellan,
Democrat of Arkansas,
chairman of the approprations
subcommittee on intelligence
operation, announced Frday
that letters had been sent to
H.R. Haldeman, Nixon's
former chief of staff; John
Ehrlichman, Nixon's former
domestic affairs adviser; former
White House counsel John
Dean III, and former national
security council aide David
Young.
McClellan said the men
would be asked to testify on
the Central Intelligence
Agency's role in the Watergate
burglary and in the burglary of
the offices of the Los Angeles
psychiatrist treating Daniel
Elisbura, one of the defendants
in the Pentagon Papers case.
Allegations have been made
that the CIA was asked by
White House aides to interfere
with the FBI's Watergate probe
and asked to supply equipment
and disguises used in the West
Coast burglary.
The hearings would give the
four men "the opportunity to
appear and respond to the
allegations' about their roles,
McClellan said.
In a related development,
Senator Stuart Symington,
Democrat of Missouri, said he
has obtained "highly
significant" CIA memoranda
which appear to verify his
conclusion that the White
House tried to falsely blame
the CIA for the Watergate
'It Is even mbre diffitme
me to visualize that thr
President knew nothing
,about it" said Symlngto;l
chairman of the Senate Armed
Services Committee.
CIA IMPLICATED
The CIA's deputy director,
Army Lt. Gen. Vernon A)
Walters, has told Symington's
committee that Haldeman and
Dean intervened directly in
attempts to involve the CIA in
the Watergate affair.
In other developments,
Friday:
The special Senate,
Watergate investigating
committee filed an application.
in federal court asking for
immunity for Job Stuart
Magruder, who was deputy,
campaign director of the
Committee for the reflection
of the President. The Senate
committee also asked the court
to compel Magruder to testify
before the open hearings.
Former White House aide
Gordon Strachan became the-
fourth administration figure
this week to ask for a delay in
giving a deposition in the
Democratic National
Committee's 6.4 million-dollar
lawsuit against Nlxon's
re-election committee. Earlier
in the week, Haldeman,
Ehrlichman and Dean had been
granted delays on the grounds
that the Watergate burglary
which prompted the civil suit
was also the subject of a
criminal investigation.


Common cause chairman
John W. Gardner and attorneys
for Nixon's reflection
committee met to discuss
possible settlement of
Gardner's salt on campaign
diocimurm. Common cause is
attempting to force the fiance
committee of the re-electie
committee to disclose the
mns of persons who
sov e d sec0 y to NWxen
blie a new law went into
effect April 71, 1972, which
ade til disclosure of deaIo
mandatory.
After the meeting broke up
OGardner nrefed to talk aboat
N happened but said he was
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bas, a Fmaeh ultural
institution and the home1 of I2
Fremch llm in Lia f FIee
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OCEAN NIPINI toward record
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Environmental Protection 9 W
Agency has beaned d prices in Euro
dumping of eight set? ein
the ocean ad listed dose
more that may be dumped C
only with pe i care." LO (A) GM tQied basc up tower
At the se time, EPA spi Fta ii s the wW Id's ra ps1et -a-
approved 18I oSean-dumping I-emAkloBe--ud ti-y lt-,l.
locations including three Only the gold ma inge scononmc a
pproedfordisposal of toxic together met g teem as U pro m Few
materials; on for wastes Bopea aitais, Soviet the gold mark
contaiang arsenic; and adoen adChinese Commests, Asb round until
for disposal of "conventional id steika, and South Afica's turns to thi d
munitions." wi minodty WOlmWin th INOIVA
A three types of hazardou ae N elb. Ai aO DEVAt
AllstYP o nme da chab. All made S far thed
waste toxics, arsenic and money this past week, one of tfa
munitions may be dumped the most tu rbulet in the that for
ina lar area of the Atlantic, history of Europe's gold is
more than 6,000 feet deep, off naor Bts a Tfmfal devn
Delaware Ia, The only clear losr so far february
Toxic materials my do be has been the U.S. dllsar, which Fer
dumped offMaaechuette.nd ended the week by decliningt en fo.t
off Los Anelsa. on most foreign exchange hange rates.
Conventional, meani markets. Gains moved it 1.50 In Frankfurt
nonatomic, munitions may be in Zurich and $2.25 in London sharply on Fri
dumped in the Atlantic off Friday to close at $10.50 soan 6720 German
Delaware Bay, off South ounc fa both ontres. The from 2.7910 m
Carolina and Geora, in metal had been decliningfor The dollar
midocean far to the southeast the past two days after London, Paris
of Florida, and at a location reaching rscordasof $110,0 an Zurich and oth
off the cost of Morocco. ounce Tuesday. the decline
David H. Scott of the Everyone who bought 'old ItZeurniwo
Florida Pollution Control any time in the last 20 yea from h 3.16
Department said he couldn't was sitting on a tidy profit. '
envision any increase of ocean Worst off were those who Tu rsday to
dumping in offshore Florida bought gold in 1952 at around rancs Fwday. 81
waters as a result of the new $35 an ounce and held on. If 8dro8 were 2.8
EPA guidelines. He said there they sold now they could and 4.4537 fra
was no munitions dumping at count on profits of about five and .4.7 ft.
the present time. per cent a year, probably eg franc in Paris.
"There is little problem with than they could have made on In London
illegal dumping" in waters the U.S. stock market .improved from
around Florida, he said, and Those who bought gold in $2.5507, r,
state statutes carefully regulate 1968 in the $40 range, did ormslpQPdin w
the dumping of pollutants or much better They have profits U.S. dollar.
toxic materials from of 20 per cent a year, far better
manufacturing industries and than most investors did on the
sewage treatment plants, stock market.
"Our monitoring and The investors include rich
surveillance network is Europeans, international A REWARD
constantly feeding data.on this corporations and the Arab 09 x x WHIr
... recent survey have not sheiks who have traditionally WHICH W
startling," Scott said. gold. Less well known, the
In the Pacific, munitions Communist Chinese WOJLD
may be dumped in area off government is also a shrewd
Seattle, San Francisco, central gold market player.
California, San Diego, and CHINESE
Hawaii, as well a a location The Economist, specter
between Los Angeles and British weekly, estimated that
Hawaii, another far off the the Chinees bought $385I
coast of Mexico and one in the million worth of gold between
South Pacific. 1965 and 196 sa id t
The EPA ,deii -' W WbWu w
approved location '~ i mlln.
categories of wastes in a The South Africans sad the
Federal Register notice this Russians got into the act as the
week, establishing the criteria world's two largest seller of
for issuance of ocean-dumping newly-mined gold. Bth got
permits under an anti-pollution prices for their gold this week
law passed last year. approximately twice as high as
As required by the law, EPA one year ago.
aid no ocean dumping permit Gold prices traditionally rise
would be issued "under any in times of monetary
circumstances" for disposal of: uncertainty. This time, the
high-level radioactive wastes; Watergate scandals have
radiological, chemical or undermined confidence in the
biological warfare material; U.S. dollar and sparked the
substances whose goldri e.
environmental impact is European dealers eid that E LL
unknown; or persistent, inert whbm the gold price broke %''d
materials which would float or through $100 for the first time
remain suspended in the water. Monday, it set off a ave of
In addition, EPA prohibited paic buying that reached
the dumping of materials $124 an ounce briefly in Pads,
containing "more than trace Coolr heads praed later in
concentrations" of mercury the week and the price
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5elh Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LBON E. H. DUPUCH, PubliadlwPditor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Ltt., LL.D.
ublisherlEdior 1917-.1972
Contritbugl Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pubh1er/lditor 1972.-
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End of a dream?

4 By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the fourth in a series of articles arising out of a
discussion at a conference held in Miami on U.S. Caribbean
reations in the changing pattern of power in this area.
In this saer I am reviewing the experiences of the Bahamas in
its efforts to develop enterprises for the benefit of the people.
Yesterday I told you how poor the people of Inqua were
when I first went to that island as a candidate for the House of
Assembly nearly a half century ago.)


THE ERICKSONS, a wealthy Massachusetts family, revived the
salt industry at Inagua while I was the representative of this
district in the House of Assembly. They plowed their three fine
sons and their entire fortune into this enterprise and nearly lost
their shirts but they were saved by the Morton Salt Co. of
Chicago who had the capital to put this industry permanently on
its feet.
An effort was made during my association with the island to
revive the stevedoring trade. A Dutch Line came in for a time. It
was on one of these ships that I took my bride of a few days to
the island to contest an election which was brought about by the
dissolution of the Legislature by Gvernor Sir Charles Orr in
A dispute over procedure with the Governor and the Legislative
Council on one side and the House of Assembly on the other.
When people in Nassau thought I was at St. John's University
a- Minnesota where I had gone for a year to take special studies, I
pas at Inagua conducting a campaign. This discouraged
Opposition coming from Nassau and so I retained the seat by
acclamation.
What my opponents in Nassau didn't know at the time was
flat I was broke and would have been a push-over for any well
fhanced candidate.
I was so broke that Georgie Russell, a black Inaguan who had
buried a small fortune somewhere in the bush that he had
accumulated during the prosperous years, went to his "'jt hole"
,Sthe forest and brought out one hundred gold sovereigns to put
'p as my nomination deposit. I then had to trust a passage on the
dal my. Alisada to reach Nassau with my young American.
tride! . v ..
. But this Dutch Line withdrew from the service after a short
time.
- It is interesting to recall that the pre-first world war salt
industry at Inagua had the first railway line in the history of the
colony .
- This small railway ran from the salt pans to the shipping point
at Mathew Town, a distance of several miles. These steel lines
tre taken over by my War Materials Committee in the second
World war and shipped to England to help in the struggle against
te great Nazi threat.
, Talking about metal shipped to England during this war it is
interestingg to recall that Sir James P. Sands, a grandfather of Sir
Stafford Sands, was the agent for the Chamberlain sisal enterprise
it Andros. When the second world war came he still had in
storage machinery and spare parts for use at Andros. His son, J. P.
Sands, Jr., gave this metal to the War Materials Committee for
lpment to England.
* Today the salt industry at Inagua is one of the few small but
sally stable industries in the colony. It is one of the few small
tits of natural resources in the islands.

When the first world war came there was very little gainful
employment in the colony. Women were paid sixpence to
ninepence a day for labour and men one shilling. Money was so
sparce during this war that many of the finest skilled workmen in
e island signed up for labour work in Charleston, South
olina.
The colony was launched on its present wave of prosperity by
the bootleg period that came with prohibition in the U.S. in
t919.
Poor liquor merchants and adventurous seamen became
millionaires almost overnight. This development changed the
whole quality of political and social leadership in the colony.
On the labour front ... L. Walton Young, a native of Fox Hill
and a member of the House for the Eastern District, was a leading
contractor in the island. When the late Charles E. Bethell, founder
of the liquor house of Bethell-Robertson & Co., which became
rich during the bootleg period, paid Mr. Young five shillings a day
t supervise the building of his offices and docks on Bay Street,
the town went wild with talk of prosperity. At no time during
tis prosperous period was labour paid more than six shillings
($1.50) a day. And everybody was happy.
"'When America went wet again the town just about collapsed. It
was during this period that the Hon. R. G. Collins built the
notorious wall that surrounded his vast property in town with
labour at one shilling a day, plus a meal which was served on
paper torn from cement sacks.
I happen to know that Mr. Collins built this wall and planted a
citrus orchard on his property only because he wanted to help
keep body and soul together for a large number of unemployed
people but this was later turned into an effective political weapon
by self-seeking propagandists.
-When Sir Bede Clifford came to the colony as Governor he
tiew the islands seriously into the tourist business. He saw no
other hope on the horizon.
"Sir George Johnson, completely neglected his dental practice
to.-head the Development Board and promote this business. I
worked closely with him in this effort. I was not a member of the
Srd but through my newspaper connections in the U.S..Canada
England I was able to get a good deal of publicity for the
colony. During that period I wrote a weekly column for the
Travel page of the New York 7Tmes.
Sir George Johnson did a great job in promoting tourism. But
it was still a comparatively muall industry when he died suddenly
in the prime of his achievements.
In the meantime Florida had had its great boom-bust period.
At the time of the Florida boom some of this activity spilled over
into Nassau. The formerly worthless Cable Beach area was
developed and became a boom spot. Lots that originally sold at
200 pounds sterling finally hit the top spot at 50,000 pounds!
When Sir Harold .Christie returned home after serving in the


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SAYS ABACO NOT FOR

INDEPINDENCE


EDITOR, The Tribune.
Kindly allow me a little
space in your most valuable
paper.
In reference to a letter in
May 2 edition of The Tribune
signed a true Abaconian, dated
April 27th., I would like to
make a few comments.
This so-called Tru.
Abeconian says that if an
election was called today Mr.
Watkins would not win. Come
now Abaconian, haven't you
heard the saying that you can
fool some of the people some
of the time but not all the
people all of the time! Tell me
who are you trying to fool? I
am sure that you don't even
believe that one, because you
know and I know that if Mr.
Watkins ran for election in
Abaco seven days a week, fifty
two weeks a year, he would
win.
Speaking of personal
grudges, Abaconian, I think
you're the one with a personal
grudge.
You claim you voted for Mr.
Watkins in the last election
although you never trusted him
and you would never vote for
him again. Did you really vote
for Mr. Watkins, if so what are
you trying to prove? You know
when you voted what you were
voting for.
I agree with you, there are a


lot of things needed in Abaco,
but Independence is not one of
them. Maybe you're all for
Independence and you're
trying to say so by telling Mr.
Watkins to keep his big mouth
shut.
As for speaking for the
people of Abaco, we, the
people of Abaco elected Mr.
Watkins for that and think he
is doing a damn good job.
Tell me, TRUE
ABACONIAN who gives you
the authority to speak for
Abaco people. You speak for
yourself and no one else.
As for apologising to the
Bahamas for Mr. Watkins, what
a laugh! You should be
apologising to the Bahamas for
yourself. You are so damn big
that you can speak for the
people of Abaco and you can't
even identify your true self.
You have a sign A TRUE
ABACONIAN wouldn't a letter
signed ALL FOR MYSELF be
more appropriate?
One last bit of advice TRUE
ABACONIAN the next time
someone pulls your string
make sure you're barking up
the right tree.
BETTEE M. ALBURY.


Marsh Harbour,
Abaco,
May 5, 1973.


American Army after the first world war there was nothing for
young white Bahamians to do. Many families migrated to Canada
and the U.S. but young Harold Christie had a vision of the future.
He believed that he could sell the attractions of the islands to
wealthy men who wanted a peaceful retreat to which to escape.
He didn't have a penny to his name but Guy Baxter, a wealthy
Englishman who made his home here at the time, backed him.
And, almost alone, he made the world conscious of land
development in the Bahamas. He really did a fantastic job for the
colony and for himself.
And then in 1950 the Governor appointed Stafford Sands
chairman of the Development Board. There was a lot of
opposition to this appointment. His manner was brash and
offensively aggressive.
I had continued to help with the Board after Sir George
Johnson's death but when Stafford Sands took over I withdrew.
Up to this time the tourist business in the colony was
somewhat of a social affair. The island catered mostly to
"quality" tourists monied families that maintained homes in
Nassau and on Hog Island (Paradise Island) and at a few of the
nearby Out Islands,pincipally Eleuthera.
Sir Stafford Sands soon proved himself to be a genius for
organization and promotion. He turned tourism into big business
by making the Bahamas a mass resort. From a three-month winter
season resort he turned Nassau into a year-round playground
which spread to the Out Islands, reaching its peak In the
development of the Magic City of Frueport on Grand Bahama
Island.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Time brings changes.


as be true democracy or



rag-tag mini-state?


thought that certain shifts in policy and general conduct of
the Government would turn out ultimately to be not in the
best interest of the country, and they set .out to bring this
to the attention of some of their colleagues, which is, of
course, a perfectly legitimate and healthy political exercise.
But one day just prior to the 1970 PLP Convention,
the voice of Henry Bowen shrieked over ZNS that certain
members of the party were plotting the overthrow of the
Government! It was not true, of course, and when Mr.
Bowen was later challenged at the Convention to produce
evidence, there was no evidence to produce.
The whole exercise was a demonstration of mindless


HISTORY IS FULL OF EXAMPLES of the
disintegration of mighty empires and the fall of great
nations. Many thousands of words have been written in
attempts to analyse the reasons why an empire or a nation
just goes to pieces. In a majority of cases, the reasons for
decline have not been external threat or pressure, but the
seeds of destruction which were allowed to germinate and
to flourish within the nation itself.
True greatness, as reflected in national character, must be
the result of the entrenchment of certain philosophical
concepts, concepts which ultimately form a common
reference for individuals and become a way of life for the
nation as a whole.,
A nation may be fortunate during its formative stages,
whether evolutionary or revolutionary, to have leaders who
are aware of this and who are willing, whenever necessary,
to sacrifice short-term partisan political advantages in order
to establish healthy national habits.
Sometimes the good foundations so established may last
for centuries but they sometimes quickly erode under the
influences of so-called pragmatic politicians who would
sacrifice great principles merely to achieve petty advantages
and who care little that in so doing they may seriously
damage the foundation upon which everything stands.
A strange phenomenon are those people who, in spite of
the lessons of history seem to regard whatever foundations
exist as some mysterious thing which came into being quite
accidentally and which they think will last forever
regardless of the violence which is done to it. Warn them of
impending danger and point to the experience of others,
and they will say as has been said so many times in the
tragic hitory of the human race, "It cannot happen to us".
There are those Bahamians, for instance, who witness the
agony of America over the Watergate affair and the related
dirty tricks and confidently predict that such a thing could
not happen here. But are not the same seeds which gave rise
to Watergate also planted somewhere in our national
backyard? Indeed, is it not true that some of the seeds have
in fact sprouted and are doing well as stubborn weeds in the
garden?
BLIND LOYALTY
One of the strange aberrations at the root of the
Watergate problem is the blind loyalty of men who felt that
it was somehow noble to break the laws of the nation and
to sacrifice basic principles In the service of a man. It is
understandable when shallow-minded people, because of
their shortcomings, fulfill their civic functions by merely
pledging unquestioning loyalty to someone. It is not
understandable neither is it forgiveable when intelligent
men prostitute the virtue of loyalty by extending loyalty
without bounds or justification.
Loyalty to a man or a cause must be, if it is to be worth
anything at all, based on intelligent assessment, and that
which is based on anything else is not a virtue but a
surrender and a copping out on man's primary obligation,
which is to think. Loyalty becomes corrupt when it .s
outside the bounds of intelligent assessment and when .t
transcends the universal principles which govern civilized
men.
In recent Bahamian history, we have had far too many
examples, at the national level, where this same form of
mistaken loyalty has displayed itself in some ugly forms. In
1970 a controversy over the direction of the country was
spreading inside the ruling PLP. There were those who


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other citizens, some of whom happened t6 have es
members of the Bahamas Legislature. But for the mpass f.
God someone could have been killed.
As though that were not terrifying enough, the *al
was treated to a spectacle in which the police stood y a-
silent and inactive spectators to aa attack apit t dcitd
who had a constitutional right to freedom of expuiem. *
Furthermore, while the Maximum Leaderdould om t he
known before hand about this planned attack, his faat
immediately to condemn it was a disservice to the -t--I,
There were other instances as well, such e Awse iM
use of Radio Station ZNS by those perosss who a pfMty
could not tell the difference between personal loyal to
political party and loyalty to the ideal ofatplay nd
decency which are vital to our democracy.
These occurrences have done serious dsjm* to tdh"
national character, even though they may have obtale
political advantage for the governing prty. 'M1M
Bahamians will be horrified, for instance, If they milv
appreciate how perilously close this country mas to i*
war during the last election, campaign w a OW
supporters of the two major political par wre p
themselves, in increasing numbers for aggressive,
or defensive violence.
Fortunately the threatened widespread conopatis did
not take place, but there was still far too much vis ase .i
that campaign to cause any comfort to Blamlane Wh h
have for their country a love which transcends their love fr
any leaders or political parties.
SILENT ABUSES ..
Those who lie and cheat and use violence to MdM
political objectives and those who tolerate such'aboss
silence will eventually find themselves without moral poter
or credibility to bring to the task of shaping a straow
national character.
How can a leader tell a young man that it is wrong to
jump the queue at the cinema when that same leader tfal
promptly and vigorously to'condemn an incident mob a.e
Lewis Yard?
How can a leader persuade the nation to recoaoise a ag
traitor when he himself brands as traitors all those who dw4-
to differ with him? .
And what of the next generation of political iedff S
we of this generation shake our heads in hypoMii"l
disgust and proclaim that they have gone to thp dop whe
it would have been us, in fact, who by our partlolpaltin W,.
and our silent tolerance of so many abuses, would have eat'
the whole nation to the dogs?
Like the United States of America and like allth other
great nations the seeds for the destruction of this a e
nation are within us and we will not be able to ape *
terrible historical judgment if we allow those sees to
produce their bitter fruit. ."
It now remains to be seen whether Bahamians i d
and people at all levels will with the advs0t of
independence, determine to restored sad rsiftt
among us the principles which are necessary to animate a
truly democratic Bahamas. If we fall to make that
determination, we can expect incidents like Watrates ml d
Lewis Yard and the whole fabric of our Aational eitdstse .
will be set upon until it is eventually destroyed. TWAi w.
will be just another rag-tag mini-state and the Bahamas w
be a paradise lost forever.


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loyalty to the Maximum Leader and an extension of the
tragedy in this particular case was that the Maximum
Leader, I feel certain, knew before hand that the national
radio was going to be used for such a demonstration.
Those who would have gone to that Convention to
expose the issues which were troubling the party and the
Government, and to debate them intelligently, were by one
foul stroke cast in the role of treasonous rascals. It was then
an easy matter for the Maximum Leader to avoid an
examination of important national issues by telling the
dissidents, to the cheers of his faithful supporters, to get to
hell out of the boat.
Then, of course, there was the infamous incident at
Lewis Yard. On that occasion, presumably motivated by
the same misguided loyalty, a group of men executed in
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WEDNESDAY: Prayer & Prais 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY: Youth Fellowddp 7:30 p.m.
PNter H. MILLS Ph. 5-1339 P. O. Box3 N822

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Sermon Subjects for Sunday
March 25, 1973.
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.CA. Building
Dolphin Drive s at John F. Kennedy Drive

Worship Hour 11 a.m. Gospel Hour 7:30 p.m.

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Monday which can make your
dream of being a guest at your
own party come true.
It is called Nassau Party
Rental Services. It is the brain
child of a lovely, gentle,
soft-spoken young Bahamian
Carolyn Diedrick. and her
husband, Rudolph.
For a price competitive
with the purchase of paper
goods you can hire tables,
chairs, tableclothes, flatware,
crockery and glassware. What is
more this hiring can be done
by phone Party Rental
Services will deliver and pick
up free of charge.
WASHED TOO
Hate to wash up? Who
doesn't? Believe it or not your
china, and glass will be
delivered spotlessly clean and
stacked in neat convenient
boxes with handles the
flatwear in sanitary plastic bags
- and after the party you just
stack them back dirty and
Nassau Party Rental Services
will wash them up for you.
Hate to cook, serve and tidy
up afterwards? Carolyn will
also arrange for catering and


I butler service.
Pay a visit to the business
premises of Nassau Party
Rental Services. This is a
converted house on Bradley
Street just South of Rosetta
Street in the Palmdale area.
The bedrooms are storage
rooms, the kitchen is where
poor Carolyn washes up your
dirty dishes and the living
room of the old house is where
you can see one of their rental
banquet tables laid with cloth,
china and cutlery.
The tables, which seat up to
2 eight, are of formica -
beautifully simulated wood
and would look good even
without a tablecloth. They fold
as also do the good looking
steel chairs.
And talking about chairs
have you ever hired a hall for
an occasion and then been
chasing around looking for *
chairs or a truck to deliver the r
chairs at the last moment?
Next time just place a call and
an order with Carolyn and the
chairs will be delivered.
What is such an added
plus in this new business is that
you can get a package deal -
the whole lot catering,
tables, china, etc. for up to
600, with butler service or
you can hire just what you
need piecemeal.
There are four types of
glasses for hire: water goblets,
champagne glasses, high ball
glasses and wine glasses. China
is all in white which is always
appropriate and suits both a
conservative and an arty taste
both a formal and an
informal setting. Dinner plates,
salad plates, bread plates, soup
or bouillon cups, sugars and
creamers and of course cups
and saucers are available.
The tablecloths are also
white so you can be sure that
previous users' stains will all be
beautifully bleached out.
Neither need you fret too
much about the unavoidable
accident yourself.
The cutlery or flatware is
plain stainless steel no


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engravings to trap prior
customers' dirt again suitable
for all occasions and all tastes..
For hire are dinner knives and
forks, salad or dessert forks,
soup spoons, tea spoons and
butter spreaders.
TWO TYPES
Carolyn has two types of
serving trays decorative silver
plate or large plain aluminum
players suitable for
arrangements of sandwiches,
cold cuts, etc. There are also
water pitchers and coffee pots
in insulated plastic which will
keep hot beverages hot and
cold ones cold.
Nassau Party Rental Services
will also obtain party favours


MAY PROCESSION
THE MAY PROCESSION in
honour of the Blessed Mothet
will take place from St. Francis
Xavier Cathedral at 6:30 p.m.
tomorrow. Mr. Peter Rahming,
candidate for the diaconate
will give the homily.
BISHOP TO BLESS
2 CATHOLIC DEACONS
BISHOP Paul Leonard
Hagarty will confer the
ministries of lector and acolyte
on two members of St.
Joseph's Church on Tuesday
evening.
Messrs. Peter A. Rahluingt
and Lawrence E. Bethell bepn,
the*. preparation for,,,th{ti
Permanent Diaconate for thev.,
Diocese of Nassau 3% years1i:
ago. They will receive the
minor ministries Tuesday
evening and will be ordained to
the Permanent Diaconate next
month.
Tuesday evening's ceremony
will take place at St. Joseph's
Church at 8 p.m.
BISHOP ELDON TO
BLESS ANDROS CHURCH
THE RT. REV. Michael
Eldon, Bishop of Nassau and
the Bahamas, is to dedicate the
new St. Peter's Anglican
church at Bowen Sound,
Andros at I1 .a.m. on Sunday.
Fund-raising for the church
building project, led by the
Anglican Church Women in
Nassau, began several years
ago. The people of Bowen
Sound contributed their
labour, and the church was
built in about two months. It
was completed about
two weeks ago.
A group of about 40
members of the ACW will fly
to Bowen Sound for the
dedication ceremonies.
St. Peter's, with Pr.
Addington Turnquest as


for you. Do you want noise
makers, horns, hats, streamers,
balloons, a machine to blow up
balloons? Carolyn will get
them for you. In fact if you
give her sufficient notice she
will obtain streamers for you
with anything you wish written
on them including the the
usual Happy New Year and
Happy Birthday. Or swizzle
sticks with whatever you
would like on them. So you
can give a party at a minimum
price with professional or
personal touches to it that will
make you the envy of all your
friends.
All this equipment was
selected personally by Carolyn


priest-in-charge, is one of the
six churches comprising St.
Stephen's parish in the Fresh
Creek district.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST'S
ANNUAL BANQUET
"YOUTH for Christ" will
hold the organisation's annual
banquet and concert on
Saturday, May 26, at 8 p.m. in
the main ballroom of the
Halcyon Balmoral Hotel.
Soloists will be Miss Kayla
Lockhart and Mr. Barry
Newbold. Selections also will
be given by the Calvary Bible
Quartet and by the
"Visionaires."


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000 B.T.U. $350.00
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and her husband, Rudolph -
who have been talking over
this idea for two years -
Rudolph used to work part
time in this type of business
years ago in Jamaica and this
young couple were confident
that this service was a needed
one in Nassau. At the
beginning of this year they
went into the details
thoroughly and are now ready
to go.
Indeed Carolyn is another
young Bahamian on the move.
She was born in Nassau to
Lionel and Lurey Albury who
were originally from Abaco.
Mr. Albury is the manager of
the Mortgage department of
the Commonwealth Industrial
where incidentally Carolyn's
husband, Rudolph, is
employed. After completing
school (St. Thomas Moore and
Aquinas College), Carolyn
went to work at the Bank of
London and Montreal. When
she left five years later she was
secretary to the staff manager.
She is up to Monday -
the manageress qf the Chamber
of Commerce. The Chamber's
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HUMOURESQUE Members of the Kemp Road civic
Improvement club, Kemp Road Youth for Positive Action, drew
long applause from this clan-room scene. part of a skit which
demonstrated the wrong way to succeed In high-school.

Kemp Road youth variety

show termed 'marvellous
By SIDNEY DORSETT
Basin Street, Basin Street
That 's the place where the young folks meet
Down in New Orleans, that land of dreams
And you don't know how nice it seems.
It's dear to me, yes-sir-ree,
That's the place where I'm longin'to be
Where I can groove with these ol' Basin Street blues. "


Sunday thru Tuesday
Sunday continuous from 5:00
Monday continuous from 3: 00
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Ernest Borgnine
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Members of the Kemp Road
Youth for Positive Action, in
an attempt to refute the "myth
that nothing good can come
out of Kemp Road," staged a
variety show last Friday,
utilising "pure raw talent"
which should cause anybody to
change his mind about any
previously held opinion of that
neighbourhood.
Held in the newly built
Uriah McPhee Primary school,
the two and a half hour long
programme incorporated a
display of the latest in clothing
during a special arranged
fashion show which included
the guest appearances of
Queen's College beauty
titleholders, Miss Queen's
College, Carolyn Rolle, and
Miss Nassau High School third
runner-up Valeria Carroll.
Accenting the show was the
appearance on stage of Kemp
Road fashion-designer and
store-operator Joe "Karatis'
Williams whose double
breasted, black mohair, tapered
formal suit drew lon applause
tmrante aiudle'ce in apparent
admiration.
And, as if bearing in mind
the strains of Sam Cooke's
famous 'Basin Street Blues,'
hair stylist and cosmetologist,
Hilton Adderley, who is known
more fondly as a singer, wooed
the audience during his
renditions while backed by a
neighbourhood pop group,
"The Astronauts,"
TO BE RESTAGED
The presentation was
declared a "surprising success"
by its organizers who say that
they intend to re-stage the
performance at a later date
"due to popular demand."
The presentation which was
held last Friday was the first of
its type to have been
undertaken by the young civic
improvement club which has
been functioning for some time
now with "the nod of
approval" from the adult
residents of the Kemp Road
community, Mr. Carlton
Martin, president of the club
said.
He said that the money
which was raised over $300
is to go towards establishing
a scholarship fund which will
be opened with one of Nassau's
'reputable' banks. And,
although part proceeds will aid
the club's study programme for
young residents who are having
difficulty with their studies,
and those who have left school,
the return, he said is expected
to rise after the money from
tickets which have not been
collected is turned in.
GOOD MEMBERSHIP
The club, which he says was
organised with the primary
intention of channelling the
strength of the young residents
of the area into worthwhile
activities, already has a
membership which is close to
one hundred.
"In no way whatsoever," he'
said "would they attempt to.
discourage or frustrate the
youth of the area in their
attempts to help better their
community.'"
Martin. a young Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Bahama law
student who resides in the
Kemp Road area, also
particiapted in the show during
a skit which was staged with a
group of club members.
Interpretative African dance
also formed a part of the show
in a skillfully executed
demonstration by Williams
SLane resident. Chris "Cuchillo"
Clarke was accompanied on
the Congo drums by a
| 15-year-old High School


(Continued next column)


NOW SHOWING thru
Thursday. "SCORPIO,"
matinees at 2:45 and 4:55,
evening 9:00. Sugantted for
mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
The locations selected for
"SCORPIO," Michael Winner's
multi-million dollar espionage
thriller cannot fail to satisfy
the most discerning armchair
traveller. The story of the
action packed drama which is
based on the leakage of CIA
information to the Russians by
an insider, moves from
Washington, the sophisticated
capital of the world's most
powerful nation, to the calm
and tranquility of Vienna, a
world capital of yester-year.
The espionage drama stars
Burt Lancaster as a CIA agent

WULFF ROAD

THEATRE
NOW SHOWING thru
Tuesday, "THE CANDY
SNATCHERS" plus "FORTY
GRAVES FOR FORTY
GUNS", Sunday showings
continuous from 4:30. Monday
and Tuesday matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
8:30. No one under 17 will be
admitted.
Starts Wednesday, "THE
FAMILY" plus "A MAN
CALLED SLEDGE" matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
8:30. No one under 17 will be
admitted.
A programmer for the action
lovers, "A MAN CALLED
SLEDGE' stars James Garner,
Laura Antonelli, Dennis
Weaver, Claude Akins, John
Marley and Wade Preston as
actors in this new western
movie.
In this new Dino de
Laurentiis production, the land
beyond the frontier is shown
to be as brutal and violent as
the men who tamed it with
women who were passionate
and easy and that gold fever in
every bloodstream
The picture itself is based on
the theft of a safe full of gold
which is stolen from a
maximum security block of the
federal territorial prison by
James Garner with the help of
three other men.
The four men find
themselves bickering
afterwards, however, and one
member of the group the
one responsible for hiding the
goff[P '- 2s killed without
disclosing the spot.
Following the show-down,
the men separate, each riding
off, but none the smarter
as the hiding place has not
been revealed.

PATHFINDERS CLUB
TO GIVE MUSICAL
THE JOHNSON Park
Pathfinder's Club will present a
musical programme under the
patronage of Mr. Arlington
Butler, Speaker of the House
of Assembly, and Mrs. Butler,
at St. Mary's Hall, St.
Augustine's College at 8:45
p.m. tomorrow.
Among guest artists
appearing will be the
Visionaires, the Redemption
Gospel Singers, the Chamber
Singers and the Louvin
Brothers.


student, Henry Moxey.
A more serious sequel to the
show, which was rich in dance,
music and modelling, took
place during the reading of
poetry by Obie Smith Jr.
Smith,who wh rites poetry as a
hobby, is presently arranging
his collection in preparation to
having a book published by a
firm of London printers.
In a poem, entitled "Kemp
Road," Smith told of the area
as it once was and the way it is
at present.
"You know that most
people tend to believe that a
poem must always rhyme or
else it is not poetry." he says,
adding that once one becomes
used to his style, they would
appreciate it for its more
serious vein.
The presentation leaves one
to remark at the spirit of
operationn which existed
luring the staging of the
varietyy show. Could it be that
:he performers themselves had
'ormed as a part of their
philosophyy the remarks which
vere made during the
welcoming address by a young
residentt who stated:
"As a resident of this
ieighbourhood, I can only
associate myself with the
efforts of this organization
with the belief that in any
movement which is aimed at
the upgrading of my
community. I should take an
active part -- or a leading part.
if allowed in its development
and progress."
As a witness to the show.
one can only say that the spirit
of Kemp Road is truly
marvellous.


along with Alain Delon, a
free-lance assassin working for
the CIA and Paul Scofield, as a
Russian KGB agent, as well as
Gayle Hunnicutt who acts the
part of Susan, the girlfriend, of
a CIA. assassin.
The Mirisch Corporation
presentation for United Artists
release sees Michael Winner,
the highly acclaimed young
English director, taking over
the reins.
During the eight weeks of
filming, the production staff
worked ceaselessly on the
endless task of obtaining
permissions to film on the
various locations, arranging for
permissions with the police and
authorities of the cities
concerned to close busy streets
to film dangerous stunts with


Her grinding loneliness leads
Kate Jackson, wife of a missing-
In-action serviceman, into a love
affair with student Russell
Wiggins in the Mark Robson pro-
duction for Universal, "Limbo,"
in Technicolor from The Film-
makers Group.

SAVOY

THEATRE
Saturday night 9:00, thru
Tuesday, "THE YOUNG
GRADUATES," plus "THE
SICILIAN CLAN" Sunday
thru Tuesday matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
9:00. Plus late feature Tuesday
night.
Wednesday thru Friday
"WOMEN IN LIMBO" plus
'WHEN EIGHT BELLS TOLL"
matinee continuous from 1:45,
evening 9:00. Plus late feature
Friday night.
A Mark Robson
production,"WOMEN IN
LIMBO" which stars Kathleen
Nolan, Kate Jackson,
Katherine Justice, Hazel
Medina and Russell Wiggins
tells the story of the desperate
lives which is led by three
women without husbands.
Their lives mirror the
tragedy oat thousands of
American wives whose husbands
are prisoners of war or
missing-in-action servicemen.
Their lives can aptly be
described as that of their
women in limbo. Justice
cannot cope with a lost life.
Jackson finds carnal love more
real than a society-knotted two
week marriage and Nolan goes
past seven hell-ridden years in
her wait for the husband who
fathered her four children.


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care in downtown Washington
and Vienna; and negotiating to
the last details such operations
as filming an assassination on
the busy runways of Orly
Airport with a crew of over a
hundred at a time when
security officials were
ashenfaced at the prospect of
airport killings and hi-jackings.
Starts Friday, "HIGH
PLAINS DRIFTER," matinees
at 2:45 and 4:55, evening
9:00. No one under 17 will be
admitted.
Clint Eastwood, long
acclaimed Western movie actor,
takes the leading role in this
Universal Pictures movie,
"HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER."
and plays the part of a Western
lawmaker who restores order
to a Southwest frontier town
by cleaning it of three
renegades.
Taking its viewers back to
the year 1870 in Lago,
California, the movie shows


Eastwood as he makes his first
appearance in the frustrated
town.
Just earlier, three renegade
gunmen had been sent to
prison on a trumped up charge
by the Drake-Allen Mining
Company.
Eastwood becomes
lawmaker after the owners of
the Lago Mining Company get
the agreement of the


townspeople to hire him to
protect the community against
the three renegade gun-men.
He accepts and plans a
reception which included
painting the village a bright red
colour and re-naming it "HelL"
When the three men arrive in
town, they are given a surprise
reception before they are
killed. Completing his mission,
Eastwood rides off, leaving the
way he came.


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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE
WEST INDIES
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA COURSE
IN LIBRARIANSHIP OCTOBER 1973
The University invites applications for
admission to a full-time one-year diploma
course in librarianship, which will he
introduced at the Mona Campus in October
1973. The course will cover librarianship at
a level comparable to that offered in the
postgraduate diploma programmes of
British library schools.
Candidates for admission must possess a
first degree granted by the University of
the West Indies or other approved
universities. [Full details of the content of
the courses (which includes three months
practical work in libraries at the end of the
academic year) are available in a prospectus
which may be obtained from the
Department of Library Studies (P.O. Box
181, Mona. Kingston 7.)
Closing date for applications
The closing date for applications will be
31st May. Application forms may be
obtained from the Registrar, Student
Affairs, Admissions at Mona, St. Augustine,
and Cave Hill, and from the Resident tutors
in territories without campuses.
Scholarships
A limited number of scholarships will be
awarded through the assistance of Unesco.
Applications for scholarship assistance can
also be made by intending students to the
Postgraduate Awards and Fellowships
Committee.


$600 'sacrifice


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her desire for husband
By Abigail Van Buren
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DEAR ABBY: I've been married to an Amefican serv-
iceman for 16 years. We have two children, 13 and 9. Our
marriage has been miserable. I am easy-going, and he is
very temperamental. He was sent to Korea for 13 onthe,
and I wanted to write and tell him we were finhed be-
cause I had lost all love and desire for him. That's when I
went to this lady who reads palms.
The lady told me that money is power, and power Is
the devil's curse, and if I had any money I would haM to


ENGAGEMENT
MR. and Mrs. Basil Burrows of Nassau have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Shelley Darnell to Mr. Heinz
Schmid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Schmid of Tailfingen, W i,
Germany.
Mr. Schmid is the head chef at the Ocean Club, paradise Island.
The announcement was made at a bi-tiday party, which was
held for the bride-to-be at the bc,,ne of grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Moree of Pyfro". koad.
The wedding is to t.ke place in July.


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Children under 12, half price.
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Itoldher Allhadw w Nas eW is C" ad in
bonds. She told me to brin ber the c se d A tab
It to church and burn It as e sacrMe, thIe I woul be kfe.
of the devil's cur.
I did as she asked, and I hknow It masa wel, bt aIe
a miracle I started feeling love and dua 1Wr my Iba"
again, even tho wewere seperatd. I wrote tI lov le
every day. The palm reader t ld m f I imensda m
miracle to my husband the spe would be b rec.
I was very happy. Then ths mwoan caNlld ad told mn
a bhada message from G wGu iesaid f I wa-tod be
spell to last after b e t ame I wuld have to
cash in my boads an d sar e them. toI, se I oley her.
My buband is coin hom seen, and I di't how
what to tell him a&out r savi g an Ui. bu. o rma
afraid be will kill me. Plam help me.
WORRIED IN BALTIMOR
DEAR WORRIED: Yeaw stry iUi be KtM to o
pouce.
DEAR ABBY: As soon as Tom and I became esnpgaged,
he started the "Why wait?" line, so we became lesatalate,
altho I was a vlrgn unt5l then. Now I find that he has told
all his friends, and I fl betrayed.
I am not urm I want to pend te U ra of mylfe wuh
someone that immature. Abby, if a boy really love a girl
and respects her, would he tellg someeg like that?
YOUNG SQUARE
DEAR YOUNG: No. And I eak yeo ae wise to q1es
tion his love. Doe't marry a 'bey"-m rry a MAN.
DEAR ABBY: Often people write to you for nfeorma-
tion which they can easily t by imply calling ther
public library [such as the recent I quiry about the orii
of the American Indian]. Most libraries are hwp : a erve
the public with ready reference material t pIe. ULter-
le are not just for "bookworms"- -esy are the storehouse
of mankind's accumulated hiowledg, historical a won a
currentL
Librarian" are there to arrange this material la some
logical manner, and guide people In their searI for t.
"ady can supply factor concerning the World Series, Intrue
tions on repairing a car, material for a term paper, a
directory of addresses, back issues of a magazine.
Please urge people to USE their publ libraries. We
have no budget to advertise the many svies we offer.
Will you give us a small plug, Abby?
FORMER LIBRARIAN
DEAR FORMER: You've helped e for yean. T's i
.e least I can do for yo. I hpe We leN esie't swamp
you.


THE following days will be
observed as public holidays PreMeas? Yeus' feel be If yes It off yew ebet
Labour Day, June 1; Queen's.tS
Birthday, June 4; Whit Per a personal seli8, wi1 to A5Y: 3m N. A..
Monday, June II. Cai 5655. eeske stmped, sWdedsid emsnhel


T.K K.


will be holding a Welding Test for all
Bahamian welders on Wednesday, 23rd
May, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., at


On West Settlers Way, Freeport.
All interested Bahamians who have
registered with T.K.K. or the Labour
Department are requested to be there.
Interested persons not living in Freeport,
should contact Mr. Rich Penn at T.K.K.
Office in Coral Gardens, Freeport,
telephone 373-3065.


Non-Bahamians need not apply.


Saturday, May 19, 1973.


I


MEfMATM



BaTelCo has a challenging operig" for a Bahamian

FsI AeM DRAUGHTSUAN

EDUCATION: High School Education plus
certified courses in General Engineering,
Elementary Telecommunications, practice,
Architectural Draughting and Engineering
Draughting procedures. Proof of knowledge of
electrical and electronic engineering graphic
symbols.
EXPERIENCE: A minimum of four years
experience in a similar capacity in a similar
organization.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The successful candidate will
be required to work closely with Engineers in the
Engineering and Planning Division while preparing
engineering diagrams such as schematics, wiring,
equipment assembly, block and level, buildings,
system layout, and outside plant diagrams
(telecommunications).


Applications should be addressed
Turner, Acting AGM/P & I.-R.,
Telecommunications Corporation, P.
N3048 to reach him not later than May


to M.S.A.
Bahamas'
0. Box
30, 1973.


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MR. AVY VAKNINE


The Director of Beauty for Charles of the Ritz will be at our Ritz Counter May
28th through 31st. He can make you beautiful in English, Spanish, or French:
Come and Visit us and benefit from the advice of this gifted Makeup Artist.


if you do, this lovey gft s yours with a purchase of only $10 or more during this
week while our Special Repreftentlve I hem.





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S oAST CHANcEC
n harming Bahamian
- house, 2 storey, wide
r secluded gardens, and
troes, on quiet end of
n Street. A bargain at
Phone: CHESTER
:14OMPSON 2-4777 (daytime)
4p23 (evenings).

BY OWNER
muse In Highland Park. 3
rooms, 2 baths, living,
41hlng, kitchen, family room
4d carport, utility rooms, on
& lots of land beautifully
ftl nlhed, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely waited and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout Unusual
opportunity. To view.
Te'~hoe 2-1722-3.
c9m
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House In Highland park, 3
rooms, 2 bath, living,
kitchen, utility room
aMd carport. Built in range and
laker on lot 90 x 10Q Nice
home In nice area. To view,
telephone 2-1722-3.
C947
3 bedroom 1 bath house with
adfoning income producing
efficiency apartment. Good
logatlon. Price: $35,000.
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY Phone:
24178 or 5-5408 P. 0. Box
N4648, Nassau.

Ck57
CHOICE BEACH PROPERTY
ADELAIDE. CALL 42458
evenings..
C9681
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
*Huse In Highland Park -
emecutive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 Jots of land, wall to wall
Sand drapes, completely
TIshed, large patio and pool.
1 36. Beautifully
bearing fruit trees
-tl onditloAed. To
Telephone 2-1722-3.
c75
ftt SALE AT ONCE -
Owners must sell A wonderful
opportunity. The large
frcious home on hilltop at
Irley Park Avenue. No
reasonable offer will be
refused. Subject to a reserved
price. Income property. Cash
sale only. Call: R. J. Smollet
for Information phone 58033
day or night.


L Fa
Cb633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
49e28
1. TWO AND THREE
BEDROOM apartments
for rent yearly from $300
per month to $650. No
children or pets.
2L Two bedroom apartment
in Montagu Heights. Air
conditioned, wall-to-wall
carpeting, T.V., deep
freezea, telephone. $300
per month
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL STATE
309 Bay Street,
P. O. Box N8164, Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042.
.9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment Centreville
near Z.N.S. Ring 5-8679 ask
f Mr.Pritchard.
638
!LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$00 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
8 3777-8.

UTIFULLY furnished 2
oom apartment, Carefree
Cited with beach and pool,
TV. antenna. Phone 7-8141,
7q65. _
-9845


1- BEDROOM 1 bath garden
apartment, fully furnished and
equipped, airconditioned,
Swimming pool, beach
Pivileges $245 per month.
Contact 2-1841 (days) and
248246 (evenings).


1IMELL~


For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
estinations by Airline or
Steamships, Contact
MUNDYTOURSat 24512.



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C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms.
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C96 83
2 bedroom apartment -
M ontrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.


I F E iLt


GOOD CONDITION HONDA
70 c.c. and Harley Davidson
150 c.c. Year 1970. Call
7-7865.


9836
350 HONDA 3500 miles. 15
months old Include 1 year's
insurance $650. Cash only.
Schiller WIIli, Balmoral Hotel --
Kitchen 77481.
C9861
HALF BOXER PUPPIES. HAD
WORM SHOTS $30.00,
Telephone 5-4209.


C9832
ONE USED deep
Telephone 5-4834.


freeze.


C9833
.FROM JUNE 1st.
2 bedroom ap'.rtment,
completely furnlshec, master
T. V. antenna, washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Blue Hill Road south
on block south of Soldier
Road. Telephone 23287.
C9843
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment, large balcony, view
of harbour, airconditioned,
wall to wall carpet, fully
furnished and equipped,
swimming pool, beach
privileges. $435 per month.
Contact 2-1841 (days) 2-8248
(evenings).

C9839
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
house Sapphire Ridge Road,
Sans Souci, 3 bedrooms (2
airconditioned) 2 baths, study,
maid's room, wall to wall
carpet throughout, all
cedar-lined closets. Available
Immediately. Phone David
Hudson 3-6262/3. After 5 p.m.
7-7085.
C9640
ONE EXTRA LARGE TWO
BEDROOMS TWO BATH
AND ONE EXTRA LARGE
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT. With larqe
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.
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2r72g-3. : :. ,, s
C9844
2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment, shag carpet
throughout, airconditioned,
swimming pool, beach
privileges, fully furnished and
equipped. $350 per month.
Contact 2-1841 (days) and
2-8248 (evenings).
C9863
BACHELOR's Apartment in
Dunmore Lane $20 per week
Phone 5-4207.
C9654
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
- Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Streets, two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished with
telephone and all modern
conveniences.
Telephone daytime 2-8152 -
after 6.00 p.m. 5-3418.
C9895
BLAIR ESTATES
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
fully furnished Including T.V.
and water. Phone 22580 (day)
32589 (night).
C9899,
PRESTIGIOUS downtown
office space 3 rooms, 700 sq.
ft. Call 2-3041 or write c/o
Box N3709, Nassau.


C9872
1 3 KW Onan marine
generator.
2 airconditioners 5000 BTU.
and 8000 BTU.
1 fibreglass skiff. Phone
4-2007.
C9R13
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.


I I ClUSFOR AIF


C9900
BLUE 1971 PONTIAC
FIREBIRD 350 H.P.
alrcohditloned and tape deck.
BARGAIN $3,000. Ralph
2-1530 Shell Palm Tree Service
Station.


C9837
Deep sea fishing rods and reels,
2 burner ronpane stove.
Counter top. Phone 41284.
C9868
10 piece bedroom set Was
$310 Now $272 Hollywood
beds Single and double -
Was $85 Now $75. D & R
FURNITURE OUTLET Wulff
Road, next to Wong's Grocery
Store Phone 59600
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.
C9869
APARTMENT size fridge -
Was $265. Now $225.
Apartment size stove Was
$225 Now $187. D & R
FURNITURE OUTLET Wulff
Road, next to Wong's Grocery
Store Phone .Sq#o .
C9886
BIKE FOR SALE
200 cc Triumph Scrambler.
Phone Charles 32510.
C9891
STEINWAY GRAND PIANO
and modem furniture, rugs,
lamps etc. Phone 7-7704.
C9885
i SUZUKI 50 mini-trail good
condition. $275.00. Phone
54207

CARS FOR SALE
C9858
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-i used cars.
Best value for your money.
1973 FORD CORTINA SEDAN,
automatic transmission $3,400
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA,
automatic transmission $3,900
1972 TOYOTA CROWN.
automatic transmission,
air conditioned, radio $4,300
1972 FORD ESCORT,
standard $1,800
1971 FORD LTD,
automatic transmission,
air conditioned $3,800
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON;
automatic transmission $1,400
1971 MORRIS PICKUP $1,200
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
4-door, automatic
transmission, radio $1,100
1970 RAMBLER Sst.,
automatic transmission $1,800
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
S/W, 4-door, standard $800
1970 TOYOTA COROLLA,
standard $1,200
1969 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK $900
1969 FORD CORTINA
4-door $1,100
1969 MERCURY COUGAR,
automatic transmission,
air conditioned $1,600
1969 MORRIS MINI,
standard $600
ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Centreville
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m
C9825
1971 VAUXHALL
STATIONWAGON 2300 S.L.
Ideal for large family gooo
condition. Telephone 5-1440 -
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ancd



Custom 4 door V8 engine
automatic transmission- air
conditioned radio, power
steering licensed and insured
for 1973 one owner. Phone
22216 or 42718 (After 6:00
p.m.)
C9902
MOKE FOR SALE $600
Phone 3-1386 to view.
C9879
One 1969 HILLMAN MINX -
automatic $1400 O.N.O.
Telephone 58171.


Tel hone 24869
C9653

MOVG?
For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by e4a or Air,
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2-4511.


APPROViD CARGO AU ENTb


I I-ma n SI CAI ETEum


C9903
23 Foot Formula with twin
120 Mercruiser 1/0 in excellent
condition. Phone 5-8512.


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

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 seel
$6,000.00. Call 4-1298 day or
night.
C9873
19 FOOT CRUISECRAFT,
105 H.P. outboard hydraulic
lift, excellent condition.
Trailer, skis, belts, anchor,
ladder, gas tanks, $3100. Days
77766. Evenings 77764.
C9884
24 FOOT FIBRA two-berth
cruiser. 150 H.P. sterndrive,
just completed $3000 refit.
Depthometer, transmitter,
fishing chairs, pumps etc.
Lying BROWNS. $3750 for
quick sale. 9 foot fibreglass
dinghy and 5 H.P. outboard
available $200. Telephone
58647 evenings.

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

I IN EEK IAM
C9887


C9790
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST
19 68 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
1988 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA,
2 Dr. Auto $1695,
1971 RAMBLER
Auto., Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIES
A/C, Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STO.,
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

PETS FOR SALE
C9901
BEAUTIFUL Beagle Puppies
$50.00 each. Alveron Dorsett.
Phone 22743 Night 58366
C9883
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS
6-weeks old shots female.
Asking $140 white. $130
Black. Mr. Thompson 35402 or
42862.


C65
CARGO OR MAIL BOAT
FOR SALE
100' x 22' x 6' steel, twin
screw, 100 tons plus cargo, two
holds, clear deck 32'x20' aft,
electric galley, rebuilt 1973, 2
GM6-110.
Call before 9 a.m. Mr. Nash
6613777 or write Box 424,
Miami 33148.
C9893
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.
CHRIS -CRAFT
CONCORDE
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.
CHRIS CRAFT
CONCORDE
I RWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES

18 foot fibreglass runabout
with 50 h.p. Evinrude, electric
start. A plain fun boat,
$950.00
24 foot Irwin Sloop with 5 h.p.
Evinrude auxiliary. Sleeps 4
with galley and head. Decron
sails are main, 2 genoa, storm
jib, and spinnaker. Has lights
and dinghy. Asking $4750.00

24 foot Columbia fibreglass
sloop. Sleeps 4 and Is fully
found. 6 h.p. outboard and 6
sails $4500.00
HAVE CUSTOMERS-
NEED LISTINGS
One new and some used Diesels
for salq at the Diesel Shop.
AT THE DIVE SHOP
Now fully stocked for the
summer season. Over thirty
different mask styles to fit
every face. See our Prescription
Masks complete with Lenses
for $20,00. Also the three way
vision wraparound Mask. Seven
different Fin styles for all feet.
Ten types of Snorkels to
choose from. See it all at.
NASSAU MOST COMPLETE
DIVE STORE
P.O. Box N1658


in loving memory or our dear
daughter Sherene Rosina
Cartwright, who departed this
life May 20th 1971.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on his gentle breast,
Here by his love o'ershadowed,
Sweetly my soul shall rest.
Sadly missed by her parents
Mr. & Mrs.Joseph Cartwright, 2
sisters, and a host of relatives.

I CAR1 IKSI
C9881


THE FAMILY of the late
Alexander "Beeds" Benicourt
wish to thank the many friends
=nd relatives of the late
xander Benicourt, for the
,nany floral tributes and cards
3f sympathy sent in the time
3f their bereavement,
especially Fr. Patrick Holmes,
Mr. Ted Curry, Management
ind Staff of E. H. Mundy Co.,
Dr. Bethel, Dr. Adderley, Dr.
Culmer, and Bethel Brothers
Morticians, also the staff of the
Private Medical Ward.
THE FAMILY


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C9888s I


In loving memory of my dear
son George Heasley Palmer
who died May 20th 1967.
Gone but not forgoeetn.
Sadly missed by mother Mrs.
Winifred Palmer, 7 brothers, 3
sisters and grandmother.
C9892


C9809
COMPLETE COMPONENT
STEREO System first owner
- SANSUI 3000A 120 Watt 4
speaker amplifier with
headphones TEAC 4010S
Reel-to-reel stereo tape deck
with pre-amp/DUAL 1019
turntable/Wharfdale W300
multiple segment speakers
complete cross-over
connections with
natrIx/discreet capability -
$1000 or best offer Write
to: Graham Jones, P. 0. Box
6118, Nassau.


I C9812


FOR fENT

SHOP ON BAY STREET,
NASSAU ARCADE.


HAROLD HOFFER. Pwne 2-8637 r 548462.


'THE- FAMILY of the late
Rudolph Smith formerly of
Nassau who died in Miami,
wish to thank the many friends
for kind words and tokens of
sympathy during their sad
bereavenment.
THE FAMILY.

HELP nMTE
C9842
REQUIRED: 2 farm workers
to live on premises. $45 per
week. Call C. W. F. Bethel
2-4891, P. 0. Box N-3006,
Nassau.
C9855
WANTED experienced man to
look after large property and
pool. Good wages and
two-bedroom house provided.
Telephone 78187 after 4 p.m.
C9835
BRITISH-AMERICAN
INSURANCE COMPANY.
LIMITED wishes to employ a
Corporate Secretary,
preferably Chartered, to assist
In and eventually take charge
of the Secretarial Department.
Applicants should have at least
three years' experience in this
type of work, and be prepared
to undertake further study if
necessary. Salary will be
commensurate with age and
experience; only Bahamlans
need apply. Please reply in
writing only, enclosing a brief
resume to the Assistant
Secretary, British-American
Insurance Company, Limited,
P. 0. Box N-3005, Nassau
C7378
JOB TITLE: fMACHt$ItST*
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.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial Instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama:.
C9862
GENERAL TELEPHONE
DIRECTORY CO
IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
SALES REPRESENTATIVE.

General Telephone Directory
Co. needs permanent Office
Administrator Sales
Representative. Male or
Female, College education
required. Age 25/35. Office
and sales experience preferred.
Starting salary $150 per week
commission later if sales
qualify. Will receive training In
St. Petersburg, Florida. Must
be able to travel to U.S.
occasionally and to Family
Islands. Expenses paid, Starting
date June 4, 1973. Reply In
writing stating qualification by
May 22 to Personnel Office
Manager Gerry Sorg., P. O. Box
N3048. Personal interviews to
be conducted starting, May 23
at Bahamas Telecom.
munications Corporation
Personnel Office, Chase
Manhattan Building, Oakes
Field. Nassau. Bahamas.


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FOR SALE


By owner, Centreville Apartment Building 11
apartments Third Terrace East Centreville.
Immediate income. Phone Harold Hoffer 28637 or
B842.


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C9894 XC LLLIN I ?Vi-C
Experienced couple as Club REASONABLE RATES
Manager and Manageress. Full
knowledge of all phases of club CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
operation. Windermere Island OR JACK CASH
Club, P. 0. Box 25, Rock PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
Sound, Eleuthera. 2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
TIll EC9652
TROUBLES small or large
C9763 call The Plumber on Whees:-
CAR BURGLAR ALARM ROBERT M. BAILEY
For Only $9.95 P. 0. Box N56. Nessau
Prevents Tampering In or out Telephone:3-5870
of Car Inexpensive yet
effective Call or Write To C9889
L.A.H. Enterprises Box NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
N1647, Nassau Phone SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
24391. 41298 Quick reliable service


GRANB BAHAMA


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(/377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMANN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate CM
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 APPLICAW
CONTACT: Personrel
Department, Bahama CmeWIt
Company. P. 0. Box F-10C,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.,
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:;
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIB LITlIs:
Lay out work, set up aend
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precdsion
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring Instruments md
performs any dismnntllng,
fitting or assembly wwrk
required for plant malntenalst
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Petronsel
Department, Bahama C nant
Company, P. 0. Box F-141
Freeport, Grand Bahaema.


C7384
.OB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and wel ding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI CITIES
Read and follow structural
steal detail drawings, cut and
weld In accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cemeant
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9856
POTWASHER, DISH-
WASHER, KITCHEN
CLEANERS, HOUSEMEN
AND KITCHEN PORTERS
required.
Relative to the foregoing, valid
Health Certificate and Pfolie
record required.
Please apply In person to
International Hotel, Personnel
Office for Interview.


C7390
Parts MAager retired for
Genel Motors Dealership,
minimum 5 years eMperie*ce
required, Mit ~ b fue y
conversant with Gou
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JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four;
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and. follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9827
ACCOUNTANT
The Royal Bank of Canada,
Freeport, Grand Bahainu
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
members.
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
ointment at 352-6631.
C9867
COOK FOR PRIVATE
residence excellent
references required. For
interview phone 7-7673.
C9866
BUTLER required for privIte
residence, excellent references
required. For Interview phone
7-7673.
C9870
THE AMERICAN
CONSULATE GENERAL
requires 2 office clerks male
or female, typing essential.
Bahamians preferred. Contact:
Mrs. Maria Symonette 2-1181.
C9882
CARFER OPPORTUNITY for
senior clerk with good
command of English and
ability to communicate. Under
supervision, successful
applicant will be required to
prepare reports, compile
statistics etc. Age requirement
20 26. General offilc
experience required. At lust
one reference to accompany
application which should be
directed to: Adv. C9882, c/o
The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas.


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C9638
FENCES
For your fence needs
CaN 3 6491
OSCAR ENCES
Terms arranged.
<8106
WORRY NO MORE! CALL
ABCO 10 SOLVE YOUq
CLEANING PROBLEMS.
TEL: 51071-2-34.
C9635
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Ca9l
IDouglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
emext to Frank's Place.
C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED
Contact D&R FURNITURE
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
C9363
FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance. Call G. Patton,
Budget Builders 32656.
C9632
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
JOHN S. GEORGE & CO.
LTD.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.
C9805
NEED FAST SERVICE?
Do you have goods In Miami
you need In a hurry? Wells
Fargo Express will deliver For
service call: NASSAU 51901
MIAMI 758-5597.
U9636

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Mackey Street
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NASSAU. JHAMAS
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MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
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CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
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C7391
ONE KITCHEN STEWARD: MALE NIGHT ROOM CLERK
With 5 years experience In required. Applicant should
Buffet aet ups, must be able to have completed High School
supervis kitchen staff in their and must be experienced ln
duties, also be able to work position. Accuracy in figures
long hours. Must have High important. Must be of pleasant
School education or and outgoing personality and
equivalent. Must be between willing to work odd hours.
the ages of 25 and 40 years of Relative to the foregoing,
ago. references and impeccable
ONE CHIEF ENGINEER: Police record essential. Starting
With 10 years experience in salary $100.00 per week, plus
Hotel Maintenance and 1 duty meal.
supervisory capacity of large Please contact Miss Miriam
staff. Must be able to read Adderley, Personnel
blueprints and work by them, Manageress, International
also be able to work long Hotel.
hours. Must be College or
University Graduate. Must be
between the ages of 35 and 50 WANTED
years of age.
Interested persons apply: The C7389
Grand Bahama Hotel & Interested in buying for cash,
Country Club, West End, Bahanterested n Col for
Grand Bahama, Personnel Bahaman stamp Collection or
Office, between the hours of a part of. Phone Freeport
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. -7-35452.
Monday through Friday.



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36. Bursa
37. Weather
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38. Eleven
40. FIbber
42. Church officer
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site 9. Japanese song
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S GENERAL TENDENCIES: Not a day to put
your new plans into action. Instead, carefully
study those already in operation and iro out any kinks that
show up. It's not the time for taking risks of any kind. For the
present hold to the tried and true.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Take 5gm you don't make
unwise moves or make changes because you are feeling
nervous. Keep steadfast to plans made. A new associate hats
some ideas but they aren't good. Discard them.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have annoying matters
to handle, so do them speedily and well. Mate is upset so be
thought and helpful. Try not to low your temper with
anyone. Strive for man harmony at home.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Matters could be tense with
an associate who talks too bluntly without realizing it, so keep
your cool gage in work without expecting adulation.
Benefit will come later.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Attend to own
work early in the day and don't expect a fellow worker to do
some of it for you. Look caretfuly at all clothing you buy
today for poaile flaws. Relax tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't take any chances today,
particularly in business dealings. Handle routine work in a
most efficient way. Show more loyalty to mate. Be more
encouraging instead of grumbling.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Instead of acting in an
emotional way at home, use a tactful approach and get far
better result. Not a good day for making changes of any kind.
Spend more time with good friends.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Particular care should be
exercised in travel. Making sly remarks to others could lead to
trouble. Don't lose your temper with anyone and you win out.
Show others you have compassion.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't handle any important
financial affairs today when the planets are not favorable, but
stick to small personal matters. Take care of those repairs to
property you've put off.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be careful in handling
affairs of importance since you are not thinking too wisely
now, since you are discontented. It is wise to improve your
appearance. Avoid one who criticizes.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) It is better to attend to
duties today instead of running off on some tangent or you
will regret it later on. A hunch you have is not good, so don't
use it. Keep your cooL
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You want to make new
friends while enjoying old ones, but this is not a good day for
such. Concentrate on your most cherished goals instead. You
can accomplish a great deal today.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Handle a civic affair which
you have been procrastingati, on for some time. Show that
you are consientious. Avoid a bigwig who is not in a good
mood right now. Take health treatments.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those fascinating young people who has good ideas but
*ill be so outspoken that others could resent it. Teach to keep
plans to elf and not to give unsolicited advice, and then this
becomes a successful life. Some profession that takes your
progeny to different countries is best here. Add various
languages to the educational curricula.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!
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swim record


ANDY KNOWUIS, Dm. mhnm sw iuIoa fr de
p-t thee year d mecod umerup i the Baame Federlm
eo Amaeur Spotm.m of the Yer awd, ,utesed the exl~
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yetenrdy on the pea Og day of the ucond BhAmMs atied-
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LORENZO "DONI" LOCKHART'S hitting power has
been finally turned on. Now, It should be Just a matter of
games before he heads the top of the tables Last might he
paced Schlitz 8.0 victory over Paradise Island with two
runs, two hits and four rbl's.


Schlitz shut out Paradise,


Jet Set beat Heasties
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
CATCHER LES GARDINER scored two runs and knocked in one,
collected one hit and nine put outs as Jet Set behind the pitching of Isaac
Fox stopped Heastle Lumber 9-6 last night at he Queen Elizabeth Sports


Centre.
Jet Set, recovering from an upset
at the hands of Paradise, found the
Lumbermen threatening in the top
of the first when they scored three
runs and two hits. Jet Set however
in the bottom phase took advantage
of Heastle's errors and scored four
runs to take the lead which the
Lumbermen never saw again.
Newly acquired catcher Rudy
Levarity, who paced Heautis with
three runs and four hits during his
four times at bat, led off the top of
the first with a single. He scored on
an error. Errors also took ,Alen
Minus around the bags to bring up
Robert Thompson who was
knocked in by Andrew Burrows' rb
single.
Heastle's threat soon faded
away and first baseman Eugene
Thompson, who collected his first
hit in the second with a triple,
started their three-run rally.
Gardiner with one down drove him
in on an rbi tingle. An error which
saw Bernard Burrows on first
moved Gardiner around and Lionel
NeiUy and Harvey Bain ended in
the inning with an rbl each.
Pitcher Fox who chipped in an
rbl In the first lonnping added another
run in the third and with Burrows
picking up his second run in the
fourth saw Jet Set with a 9-4
command.
Heastle's brief rally in the fifth
inning was cut to two runs both of
which were scored by Levarity and
second baseman Colin Knowles.
Levarity, who led off with a triple,
scored on a throwing error.
Knowles singled his way to first and
stole second. Winning pitcher
Isaac Fox, formerly of Flamingo
A's battled with 27 batten. He
struck out four pvs up lea hits
and did not walk any. Fox got
much defensive help from other
assists each came from Louis
McQuay and McKinney.
Loeing pitcher Wenzel Ferguson
found it rough going last night and
of the 23 batters he faced, he
struckout only two. He went on to
walk five and give up the only four
hits Jet Set got.
JET SET
ab r h rbi
McKanney 3 0 0 0
Thompson 4 2 1 0
McQuay 2 I 0 0
Gardiner 3 2 1 I
Burrows 4 2 I 0
Nely 3 I I1
BaIn 3 0 0 I


Johnson 2 0 0 1
Fox 1 1 0 1
HEASTIE
Levarity 4 3 4 0
Knowles 2 1 I 0
Minus 3 1 1 1
Thompson 3 1 1 0
Burrows 3 0 1 1
Phillips 3 0 1 0
Burrows 2 0 0 0
Carey 1 0 0 0
Ferguson 2 0 0 0
Turnquest 1 0 0 0
SCHLITZ BLANK
PARADISE ISLAND
The untamed batting of first
baseman Lorenso Lockhart fired
for two runs, two hits and four tbN's
Including a two rbl homer last night
as Schlitz Beer continue to make
their presence felt following an 8-0
shut out over Paradise Island. Also
pacing the Brewers defensively,
Lockhart collected six put outs.
Behind the winning pitching of
Henry Williams, Schlitz allowed the
Islanders only four hits one in
the fourth, two in the fifth and one
in the seventh during the seven
Iamings game. Williams facing 25
batters struck out four, walked two
and hit one batter with the pitch.
Losing pitcher Bily Gilbert got
off to a bad start and gave up four
quick runs before he was
substituted in the second inning, by
Basil HaL Pitc.ing the remaining
six inning, Hal struckout dx of
the 24 batters he faced, walked five
and gave 4 eight hits.
Lockhart started from the first
inning and with lead off batter
Anthony Smith on with a walk,
Lockhart connected the one ball
pitch for a homer over right field
fence.
Lockhart returned in the second.
Gary Johnson scored on an error.
Catcher Mackey Bain got his
second hit in the fourth inning with
a double that drove In Lockhart.
Henry Willtms with two down
drove In Bain with an rbi sind.
Prior to that game, Saamy
"Bookie" Johnson drove in a pnme
winning run that gave Paradise
island a 3-2 edge over Shlitz Beer.
Last week, the Schllt/Pardise
Island game had to be called
incompleted when b at sides
played to a two all tie after
regulation time. Betting first,
Schlitz failed to scon and with one
down and Charlies Motimer on
following a walk, Johnson. eusht
tle one two pitch frW the IM dSgle
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Knowle' time In the final
was 18 mins. 42.3 seconds
bettering last year's record of
18:57.2 aset by John Lindley,
who came second in
yesterday's event with a time
of 19:11.4 Wilfred Bastian was
third.
Yesterday afternoon's 10
events consisted of 33 heats.
The finals of these events were
being held this afternoon. Up
to press time no results had
been received ... but a
complete report, with pictures,
will be featured in Monday's
Tribune.
During the heats the times
were excellent, many beating
last year's times. But the
official championship times


will only be recorded in the
finals. The meet concludes
tomorrow afternoon at St.
Andrew's School pool, with
finals events starting at 2:30
p.m.
The championships were
officially opened yesterday by
Mr. David Brazier, president of
the Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Aquatics, in the
absence of. the Hon. Simeon
Bowe, Minister of Works, who
was unable to attend because
of an important meeting. Mr.
Bowe attended L.or in the
afternoon and spoke words of
encouragement to the more
than 200 swimmers and 300
spectators.


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TAMMY COLE (second from left) takes a neat start
during the girls 9.10 fifty metres backstroke which she
won. She buat out Vicki Ansell who came In second.
Photo: RICKEY WELLS


BGA CL(NC TOMORROW
TOMORROW at 10:30 ain. the
B.G.A. continues Its programme to
develop young golfers with a clinic
and 9.hole tournament at Blue Hill
Golf Club, for those who have
received Instructions to-date but
have not yet played.
Starting at 2 p.m. at the Sonesta
Beach the young june take to the
lnks following a 30 minute clinic
which starts at I: 30.
STARTING TIMES:
No I TEE
NO. I TEE 2:00 Vernon
Leckhart. Eric GIbson Jr.; Shane
Olbson, George Turnquest.
2:10 Dwayne Hepburn. Mike
Rolled Jr., Therone Hepburn, Basil
Nichols.
2:20 Larry Russell, Rory
Hilgs. Keith Lunn. Basil Smith.
NO. 10 TEE 2:00 Chris Lunn,
Andy McSweeney, Philip Hilton,
Don Butler.
2:10 Terron Bethel, Oswald
Isscs, William Butler. Mike Taylor.
2:20 John Hilton/Bernard
Hepburn. M. Bowe, Paul Bowe. Bob


Slatter.
KANHAIS DOUBLE CENTURY
LONDON (AP)- Rohan Kanhal.
cricket superstar from Guyana,
scored the first double century of
the English cricket season Friday
with an unbeaten 230 for
Warwickshlre against Somerset.
Kanhal, who will captain the
West Indian tourists here later this
year, handed out a foretaste of
what to expect with a brilliant
Innings which included a six, a five
and 31 fours in 431 minutes.
The epic knock enabled
Warwickshire to declare at a
formidable 494 for five.
Wrwlckshire took a 9.4 points
edge in a drawn omne;


SOME OF THE 300 SPECTATORS on hand for the first day of the Bahamas National
Swimming Championships being held through this weekend at the St. Andrew's School
pool. INSET: Andy Knowles, who set anew Bahamas record In winning the 1500 metres
freestyle In the hats yesterday.
Photos: RICKEY WELLS.

Bobby Lloyd seeks a win against Rolle


MIAMIAN LIGHTHEAVY
Bobby Lloyd seeks a birthday
present tonight when he and
Bhana light heavyweight champ
Baby Boy Rolle meet in a ten
round return bout in tonight's
showdown 9:00 o'clock at the
Nassau Stadium.
A controversial decision
following last Friday's bout, which
sw Rolle emerging victorious via a
technical knockout, sparked this
return bout. After controlling the
first four rounds, Lloyd was sent to
one knee In the fifth round by a
vicious punch which he claimed was
low. Both Rolle and his manager
Marty Goldstein claimed that the
punch was legitimate. However, "to
dispell any doubt, we have decided
to give Mr. Pat Currey and his
fighter Bobby Lloyd a return
match," commented Goodstein.
"I'm the one that pressed for the
return match and they were good
enough to give It to me," explained
Currey. "1 don't like to see a fighter
be cheated and the fan be cheated
and seeing that there was a bit of
discrepancy in the decision we'll
settle it once and for all tonight."
But a decision on the weather was
to be made later this afternoon.
Lloyd a former middleweight
den love champ in the amateur
division turned pro about two years
ago. "Swiftness and counter
punching" are his main weapons
and he intends to use them
effectively tonight.
Twenty-two years-old today,
Lloyd who is expecting a decisive
decialon following ton t's bout,
sot some of Roueo's technique from
Sisy who rred with
My prior o ofhis glsa O? eo
Brennen. Lloyd finished training
Thursday with an eight round
spring session: "He trained as if it
was a fifteen round fight,"
commented Currey. "He is in super
Theirlan for tonight, Currey
explained, will be similar to that of
lastFriday. They intend to utilize
that extra reach advantage with the
left Jabs and follow through with
counter punching while Keeping
Rolle in the centre of the ring. "I'm
looking for a win tonight because
today is my birthday," said Lloyd.
Looking Into last week's bout,
Currey said that Baby did not come
out with anything new or anything
that might have upset Uoyd. "I
think we had the situation well in
hand," he said. Rolle's bol. Currey
said. lad no effect on Lloyndand It
was their plan sto w own
fifth which co-Incided with
lunch. "I rate him (Lloyd) as the
I've over worked with,"
commented Currey.
Baby, on the other hand, also
returned to arduous training and.


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having added a few new tactics to "We feel It was decisive last time,
his bag will be out to make the but well make sure it's decisive this
decision clean and clear tonight. time." said Goldstein.


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