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VOL. LXX, No. 164


Thursday, May 24, 1973.


Price: IS Cents


'FULL DISCLOSURE THAT FORCED RESIGNATION OF

S.E.C. CHIEF WILL STARTLE WORLD' FINANCIER SAYS


LeBlanc


HUBERT F. KNOWLES

IIBERT KNOWLES

DIES, AGEI S4
MR. HUBERT Forrester
Knowles, I.O.S., M.B.E., 64,
died at his home in Lake View
Road at 6:30 p.m. yesterday
after being in ill health since
February.
Funeral services will be held
at St. Andrew's Kirk at 6 p.m.
tomorrow and interment will
be made in the Western
Cemetery.
Mr. Knowles, who had a
long and distinguished career in
the public service, was
Superintendent of the Princess
Margaret Hospital for 25 years
before becoming the second
Bahamian to be appointed a
permanent secretary. He
assumed control of the
Ministry of Maritime Affairs as
permanent secretary on
OctoBer 22, 1966 and retired
from this post at the end of
December, 1968.
He joined the public service
oo July 27, 1927 when he wan
appointed a clerk in the then
Board of Works. He served in
this post until November 1933
during which time he travelled
extensively in the Out sldands
in connection with the
servicing of the lighthouses.
In November 1933 Mr.
Knowles was appointed a
sanitary inspector in the Board
14.thw. Sherry aftrwar
he took a cowure in Jamaica
and was gaduated as a Member
of the Royal Sanitary Institute
(now the Royal Society of
Health). He came first in his
class of 35.
He was promoted to the
position .of chief sanitary
inspector in 1936.
In 1941 Mr. Knowles
became the chief
administrative officer at the
Bahamas General Hospital
when he was promoted to the
position of superintendent.
During this period he was
involved in the building of the
iew Princess Margaret Hospital
and the move of thq old
General Hospital from Prospect
Ridge to the new location on
Shirley Street.
In recognition of his work
he was awarded the M.B.E. in
the Queen's Birthday Honours
*List on June 1, 1953. That
year he passed the final
examination and became the
first Bahamian member of the
SAssociation of Hospital
Administrators of London.
In 1960 he became
administrative assistant and in
1964 administrative secretary
until, on October 22, 1966 he
was appointed permanent
secretary to the Ministry of
Maritime Affairs.
In 1969, the year following
his retirement from the
Mliilstry, Mr. Knowles was
aiarded the Imperial Service
Order in the Birthday Honours
in 1969.
After three months in
i;rement he was recalled to
*Isee as a member of the Public
Service Commission in April,
1069. In this capacity he
served with distinction until his
final retirement at the end of
March, 1972.
Mr. Knowles is survived by
his wife, Monica, two sisters,
Miss Miriam Knowles and Mrs.
Dorothea Dunlop and two
brothers, Mr. R. Eugene
Kanowles and Mr. Theo
Knowles of England.
BUSINESS LEAGUE
CALL A MEETING
THE BAHAMAS Business
League is holding a meeting for
food retailers at the Mothers'
Club on East Street at 9 p.m.
Friday, a spokesman maid. All


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FINANCIER NORMAN P. LEBLANC claimed Wednesday that he and other defendants in the $224 million a
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circumstances that forced the
resignation of G. Bradford
Cook, SEC chairman, will


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be the biggest scandal that ever
rocked a U.S. government
agency, and will destroy


LeBlanc says Costa Rican


investigation shows no law


has been violated there

A SELECT COMMITTEE of the Costa Rican Legislature
invtigat mutual fund operations in the country has found
that no law has bmn violated, nor can any investment made by
financier Robert Veuco be said to be "unmund."


The full text of the 42-page
report was released Wednesday
by Mr. Norman P. LeBlanc, a
director of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank and
tseident of Global Holdings
Mr. LeBlanc and Mr. Vesco
are among the 41 persons and
companies c[utt by the
-Securities E xc-h aage
Commission of violating
securities laws in transactions
involving non U.S. companies.
"The report in effect
exposes the SEC's attempt to
extend its jurisdiction over
foreign entities," Mr. LeBlanc
said.
The Costa Rican
Commission, which deliberated
for 97 days and studied over a
ton of documents, most
submitted by the SEC, said
that "mutual fund companies
between 1963 and 1969
siphoned off from Costa Rica
an estimated total of between
$25 million and $100 million.
an amount that has been
somewhat responsible for the
slowdown of our economic
growth."
The report went on to say
that after 1969 "some if not all
of the same companies started
to return to Costa Rica part of
the funds they had taken out


of the country."
Continued the report:
"Investors from other
countries come in, inject
essential foreign exchange
which is needed to support our
currency, and, paradoxically,
protests are now heard against
such investments."
Accortng to Mr. LeBlanc
the -report7" contradicts
"irresponsible" statements by
SEC officials "who on more
than one occasion have implied
that investments in Costa Rica
of substantial sums have been
made."
He said SEC officials had
been quoted as giving a figure
of between $50 to $60 million.
But the Costa Rican report
said "the estimates we can
make regarding the investments
in Costa Rica range from $12
million to $15 million.
"The SEC, through the
continued release of inuendos,
has yet to support its
scandalous allegations in a
court of law, newspapers are
beginning to realize," Mr.
LeBlanc said.
"The SEC's civil suit is
nothing more than an attempt
to cloud its April 3 petition to
Congress for extraterritorial
jurisdiction," Mr. LeBlanc said.


I


By MIKE LOTHIAN
MANAGEMENT OF THE BAHAMAS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION is to end its 17-day
silence on the current dispute with the BaTelCo branch of the
Bahamas Public Services Union in a press conference scheduled
for 10 a.m. tomorrow, The Tribune has learned.


The most recent
development expected to be
dealt with at the press
conference is the report that
management is alleging that
members of the Opposition
Free National Movement are in
some way supporting the union
in its struggle with
management.
Management officially had
no comment on the report, but
sources in both management
and the union denied the
report.
A spokesman for the FNM
said today that while the party
was in sympathy with the
workers, it was not involved in
any way nor intended to get
involved in the dispute.
It is understood however
that attorney Henry Bostwick,
defeated FNM candidate for
South Beach, is acting for the
union in a purely legal
capacity.
Management has declined to
make any statements on the
labour dispute since 350 staff
members demonstrated on the
morning of Monday, May 7.
Unanswered have been a
number of charges levelled
against management by the
union.
REFUSED
Management allegedly
refused until the May 7
demonstration to negotiate a
new wage agreement, although


the old one expired almost 11
months ago.
Management allegedly broke
a promise that there would be
no reprisals against participants
in the demonstration, by
serving notice that all
participants would lose two
hours' pay for the two hours
they were demonstrating, and
by suspending union branch
vice chairman Vance Major for
a week'for his involvement in
the demonstration. (Mr. Major
was subsequently reinstated on
orders from the Labour
Ministry.)
Management allegedly also
conducted ''mass
interrogations" of staff
members in an apparent effort
to obtain proof iAat the May7
demonstration was called for
and organized by the union in
contravention of the Industrial
Relations Act.
BaTelCo chairman Joseph R.
Ford, M.P. announced the
press conference this morning.
When asked for comment on
the report that management is
alleging FNM involvement in
the dispute, Mr. Ford said
management's statement would
be reserved until a press
conference, scheduled 10 a.m.
Friday, was held.
Management and the union
began further wage talks at the
Ministry of Labour at 9:30 this
morning.


investor confidence in U.S.
securities throughout the
world," Mr. LeBlanc declared.
Mr. Cook resigned as SEC
chairman last week after a
federal grand jury in New York
alleged he had yielded to
pressure from Nixon campaign
fund raiser Maurice Stans and
deleted mention of a $200,000
donation from former IOS
chairman Robert Vesco.
Earlier a special federal
grand jury had indicted Mr.
Vesco on charges of making
the secret contribution to
President Nixon's re-election
campaign in an effort to
obstruct an investigation by
the SEC into his relations with
the IOS mutual fund complex.
Mr. LeBlanc and Mr. Vesco,
both of whom are closely
associated with Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank, are
among the 41 persons and
companies who have been
accused of violating U.S.
securities laws in transactions
involving non-U.S. companies.
"It is amazing that a Grand
Jury could bring an indictment
against Mr. Vesco for
obstruction of justice in the
SEC case when all he did was
to ask his SEC attorney at
the time Harry Sears to
request a hearing with the SEC
Commission to assure
disclosure of all the facts
before the SEC commenced its
lawsuit," Mr. LeBlanc said.
DENIED
"Such a hearing was denied
and was refused to Mr. Vesco
on numerous occasions during
the two-year SEC
investigation," he added.
He accused certain SEC
officials of withholding the
extensive documentation
proving this fact, from the U.S.
Senate, the New York Grand
Jury and the Federal Court
hearing the civil case.
"In view of these facts one
could more properly come to
the conclusion that Mr. Vesco's
political contribution was not
made to obstruct justice but
was tantamount to extortion,"
he claimed.
Mr. LeBlanc said he hoped
that the U.S. Federal Courts
would maintain their
objectivity and pursue "true
justice as in the Ellsberg case
where they did not assume
automatic credibility of U.S.
government agencies."
He charged that "the
improper U.S. government
actions in the Vesco case far
exceed those employed in the
Ellsberg case. They include
illegal entry, terrorizing
children, wiretaps, mail
interruption, immigration and
Internal Revenue Service
harassment, issuance of false
statements to foreign
government, receiving stolen
documents and promoting
internal spying."
STATEMENT
According to Mr. LeBlanc.
"the improper attempts tc
force Mr. Vesco to testify in an
effort to implicate President
Nixon are continuing to the
point that Mr. Vesco has
deposited a sworn statement
for safe-keeping with me."
He said he was convinced
that recent actions commenced
in Canada and Switzerland
against him and perhaps other
co-defendants in the SEC case
were "further harassing
attempts" stimulated by the
SEC and now being pursued in
foreign countries because of it!
apparent failure to substantiate
its allegations in a U.S. court
"These continuous actions
to discredit are being made in


SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
(AP)- Almost one-fourth of
the $224 million that financier
Robert Vesco is accused of
looting from a mutual fund
went into a company headed
by a son of Costa Rica's
president, says a Costa Rican
commissioner.
Rafael Valladares made
public on Wednesday his
dissenting report on the
findings of a Costa Rican
Congressional commission that
investigated mutual funds.
Vesco has been accused by
the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC)
of looting the money from
Investors Overseas Services.
Valladares said the SEC
found that $60 million was
transferred from the Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank, a
Vesco-related enterprise, to
Inter-American Capital, S. A.
He said Jose Marti Figueres,
the son of President Jose
Figures, heads Inter-American
Capital.
The commissioner added
that the money then went to
Phoenix Financial, S.A., a
Panama-based company that
the younger Figueres also
heads.
Valladares was the only
member of the eight-man
commission who did not sign a


milder report earlier this
month saying that mutual
funds have benefited Costa
Rica. He asked Congress to
condemn Figueres' links with
companies associated with
Vesco and revoke the
American financier's
permission to live in the
country.
UNDER INDICTMENT
In addition to a civil suit
brought by the SEC, Vesco is
under indictment in New York
with former Atty. Gen. John
N. Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
H. Stans. The indictment
charges that Vesco tried to buy
off the SEC with a secret
$200,000 contribution to
President Nixon's re-election
campaign.
Vesco surfaced briefly
Wednesday in San Jose and
said he would not return to the
United States until after special
Watergate prosecutor
Archibald Cox begins his
investigation.
This aroused speculation
that he was hoping to make a
deal with Cox, exchanging his
evidence for immunity from
prosecution. He tried to make
the same trade with the federal
grand jury investigating his
campaign contribution, but his
overture was rejected.


$107 mEHi


misappropriatiow


charge agist


Norman LeBlanc
CANADIAN financier
Norman P. LeBlanc, a director
of Bahamas Commonwealth
Bank, has been charged in
Montreal with mis-
appropriating $107 million
belonging to shareholders of
IOS and several other mutual
fund companies.
The Montreal Gazette of
May 18 reported that "a search
warrant seeking to freeze $1.7
million in the Montreal
account of a Bahamas bank
was executed yesterday in
connection with criminal
c charges against Mr. Norman P.
SLeBlanc."
The paper said Mr. LeBlanc,
37, a former Montreal
chartered accountant involved
with the IOS empire, was
charged with misappropriating
$107 million belonging to IOS
shareholders and several other
mutual fund companies.
Mr. LeBlanc was reportedly
also charged with two counts
alleging breach of trust and
failure to account.
In a press statement
yesterday from Costa Rica,
where he is now resident, Mr.
LeBlanc said that although he
had not seen the details of the
recent actions commenced
against him in Canada and
Switzerland, he was convinced
they were the result of further
harassing by the Securities
Exchange Commission because
of their "apparent failure to
substantiate their allegations in
a U.S. Court."
The SEC has charged Mr.
LeBlanc, former IOS chairman
Robert Vesco and 39 other
defendants with draining $224
million from' the offshore
mutual funds 'of 108 Ltd., the
mammoth mutual fund
complex.


desperate effort to conceal the
true motives of the SEC staff
and distract from the
irresponsibility of bringing the
unfounded lawsuit in New
York," Mr. LeBlanc asserted.
The suit had caused massive
financial losses to the
defendants, shareholders and
mutual fund holders
throughout the world, he said.
"It has been previously
estimated by the press that the
legal costs alone to the
defendants are in excess of
$900 per hour and it is obvious
that this economic burden
along with the failure of the
SEC to support their
allegations has caused the
defendants not to present
defence evidence but to rest on
the court record.
Mr. LeBlanc said he had
decided to speak out following
the most recent actions by the
SEC to start additional legal
proceedings in Canada and
Switzerland against Mr. Vesco
ana his former associates.
Mr. LeBlanc noted that the
SEC had recently refused to
hear testimony from J. Marti
Figures, son of the President
of Costa Rica, concerning the
appropriateness of the
investments made in Costa
Rica by certain IOS mutual
funds.
OFFICER
Mr. Figures is an officer
and director of Interamerican
Capital, S.A. and San Cristobal,
S.A., two Costa Rican
companies mentioned in the
SEC suit.
"Mr. Figures appeared
voluntarily in the New York
courthouse where the SEC case
is being tried and offered to
testify on any matters
requested by the SEC but he
was denied that opportunity,"
Mr. LeBlanc said.
He observed that after a
month of testimony by SEC
witnesses the SEC had failed to
demonstrate that the
investments it challenged were
being used as vehicles for
"looting."
"Yet the SEC has told the
press that they will carry the
case to the Supreme Court to
win acceptance for the
proceedings even though there
is a total lack of proof of any
looting or swindling."
Mr. LeBlanc said he hoped
that the truth about the
SEC enforcement tactics will
finally be disclosed by the
recently formed House
sub-committee which has asked
the U.S. General Accounting
Office (GAO) to study the SEC
'enforcement actions over the
past three years along with all
the pending actions.
"It is hoped that
investigation will result in
restraints over the abuse of the
awesome discretionary
authority of the SEC and not
be ignored as was the June 1,
1972 Advisory Committee
report on SEC Enforcement
Policies and Practices," Mr.
LeBlanc added.
"The recommendations of
that committee were dismissed
with a simple SEC press release
on September 27, 1972 which
essentially said that the SEC
did not feel it appropriate to
afford an opportunity for a
person to challenge SEC
allegations prior to the
institution of proceedings
Against him."
This "unconstitutional
position" was taken," Mr.
SLeBlanc said, "notwithstanding
the fact that the mere bringing
Sof a suit by the SEC is to the
Public, tantamount to personal
Destruction and conviction."


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PLP NP says govt. should not


prevent workers from taking


action to protect their unions
THE PLP GOVERNMENT should not prevent workers from
taking action to "preserve their organizations," because the PLP
thought similar action by workers was "good" during past
administrations, Killarney M.P. and Government Whip Cadwell
Armbrister declared in the House on Wednesday.
Mr. Armbrister rose on the "good."
motion for adjournment to call "I know of no reason that
on the Bahamas workers shouldn't be allowed
Telecommunications to take action to preserve their
Corporation and the BaTelCo organizations now, when we
branch of the Bahamas Public thought it was good under the
Services Union to settle their former Government," he said.
current dispute, and he rapped Tra n sp o r t ari d
BaTelCo management for Telecommunications Minister
reported victimisation of staff. Darrell E. Rolle, who carries
Mr. Armbrister, who BaTelCo in his portfolio.
climbed into the political arena apparently did not think Mr.
from the ranks of labour Armbrister had balanced so
unions, declared: well.
"I think this matter is When the House adjourned
important to the country he called the Whip over to
because if it is not settled there warn him against future
is no telling what it might lead breaches of party rules, and to
to. point out that the Ministry of
"It is incumbent on all the Labour was now directly
parties concerned to get involved in the BaTelCo wage
together and negotiate a negotiations.
settlement."
Mr. Armbrister admitted he Fin nce NilStir Ias
did not know all the facts in
the dispute, but he had read for $30 million l10n
newspaper reports, even FINANCE Minister Arthur
though "one cannot always go Hanna this afternoon tabled
by what's in the newspapers. Resolution in the House whict
"But the point is, if the auto i h
reports are true and would authorize him to raise
management is practising $30 million in Bahamiar
victimisation I don't think this currency loans to repay and
is the kind of action that finance the $8 million 196.
shouldtbe carri edout. Development Loan; the $S
"Victimisation of the million Out Island
worker is not in the best Development Loan; the $1
worker million Bahamas Monetary
interest of management-labour Authority loan; $5.6 million
relations," he said. for other short term loans du
He pointed out that under to mature during 1973 ani
the former UBP Government $3.4 million for the cost o
the PLP had thought strike works under Capita
action by workers trying to Development in the 197:
protect their rights was Budget.


FIRE BREAKS SIT

IN LAW OFFICES
FIREMEN were called this
morning to the Deveaux Street
building housing the law
chambers of Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna and
Alva Stewart-Coakley and the
accounting firm of Franklyn
Wilson, M.P., following a short
in the building's electrical
system.
One fire appliance and three
members of the fire service
arrived at the building, near
The Tribune offices, at about
11:10a.m.
Mr. Wilson told The Tribune
that a little earlier all the lights
and air conditioners in the
two-storey building shut off
with a loud noise.
Minutes later the maid in a
house across the street
telephoned to say electrical
wires entering the building at
the upper southeastern corner
were on fire.
When the firemen arrived
there were no flames and no
sign of damage. Bahamas
Electricity Coropration
workmen were also called to
the scene.
lifeis talks

make progress

LONDON (AP) Britain,
the United States and the
Bahamas are making progress
on a new defense agreement,
diplomatic sources said
Tuesday.
The sources said that
defense questions were
discussed here Monday by
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling and Lord Balniel,
Minister of State at the Foreign
Office.
Current defense agreements
negotiated during World War 11
by Britain and the United
States allow the Americans to
use certain naval facilities in
the Bahamas, among them an
underwater testing range for
submarines. The British also
use these facilities.







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WATERGATE HEARING FINDS CONFLICT


SAYS McCORD LIED TO COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate probers resume attempts today to figure
out the recipe in the thickening Watergate stew. They'll begin questioning
lawyer Gerald Alch, who told the Senators yesterday that his former client,
Watergate conspirator James McCord, lied to the select committee. (a SEE
STORIES THIS PAGE) McCord faces sentencing o June ISth for his
part In the Watergate burglary. Judge John Sirica has said the sentence will
depend on the degree of cooperation defendants offer Watergate
investigators. A cooperative McCord has gone on record as saying, among
other things, that Alch suggested McCord blame the C.I.A. for the
wiretapping. Alch denies making any such suggestion.
In related developments...
The General Accounting Office will recommend to Congress that
presidential elections be funded by taxpayers.
Controller-General Elmer Staats says such action may avoid problems
similar to Watergate.
The Defense Department's top lawyer says it's legal for Alexander Haig
to remain an army general while acting as White House Chief of Staff.
Leonard Nelderlehner made the statement yesterday In response to
concern expressed by Ralph Nader's Public Citizen, Incorporated.
AMERICAN PEOPLE BEHIND NIXON SAY SENATORS
WASHINGTON (AP) The two top Republicans in Congress, Senator
Hugh Scott and Representative Gerald Ford, came away from a meeting
with President Nixon today, saying the American people are behind the
President. Scott said he thinks Nixon's newest disclaimer of involvement in
Watergate clearly reassured the country.
The White House says President Nixon is discussing what it calls an
appropriate form not necessarily a news conference to further discuss
the Watergate scandal. News Secretary Ronald Ziegler said he expects the
President will speak out again very soon.
CAULFIELD KNEW HE WAS BREAKING THE LAW
WASHINGTON (AP)-Former White House aide John Caulfield told
the Watergate investigators earlier today he knew he was breaking the law
in relaying offers of executive clemency to James McCord, but he said he
did so in the belief that President Nixon had made the offer. But Caulfield
emphasized again he had no personal knowledge that the clemency offer
had come from the President.
Former New York City policeman Anthony Ulasewicz who acted as
go-between between Caulfield and McCord also said he knew his actions
were illegal, but he said he assumed the messages he passed to McCord
came from the White House.
A CASE OF 'NATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT'?
WASHINGTON (AP) Democratic Senator Stuart Symington of
Missouri said today he thinks President Nixon may be invoking national
security in what Symington said would appear to be a case of "national
embarrassment." Symington spoke to newsmen after a three-hour
closed-door session of the Senate Armed Services Committee, which
questioned C.I.A. director James Schlesinger.
'SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS' IN PARIS TALKS
WASHINGTON (AP) Presidential Adviser Henry Kissinger arrives in
Washington from Paris today to report to President Nixon on five days of
talks with Hanoi's Le Duc Tho on the Vietnam cease-fire. Before leaving,
Kissinger said "significant progress' had been made in his talks with Tho,
and Kissinger indicated that Saigon would not be permitted to block
conclusion of the draft agreement worked out in the Paris sessions.
In Saigon, Klissinger's Deputy at the Paris talks, William Sullivan, met
today with South Vietnam's President Thieu. Sullivan delivered a draft of
the Paris proposal to the South Vietnamese President and then joined
Foreign Minister Tran Van Lam for further discussions.
REPAIRERS READY TO GO ALOFT
CAPE KENNEDY, MAY 24 (AP) The Skylab salvage ship was
packaged today with specially-designed sunshades and tools to repair
America's crippled orbiting laboratory as the countdown continued in a
tight schedule for a Friday launching.
Crews early todaytoday began stowing the gear aboard the Apollo spacecraft
which is to fly three astronauts to a rendezvous with the Skylab station
272 miles above the earth.
Scheduled launch time t,;r the Saturn I B rocket is 9 a.m EDT Iriday.
Space Agency officials were optimistic that if a sun shield can be raised
to shadow the overheated 85-ton lab from the searing rays of the sun,
astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul J. Weitz can
complete a full 28-day mission aboard the lab.
THIEU HANDED DRAFT PROPOSAL
SAIGON (AP)-American envoy William Sullivan today handed South
Vietnamese President Thieu a draft proposal to shore up the ailing Vietnam
cease-fire. Sullivan spent one hour with Thieu in Saigon, then met with the
,.,outh Vietnamese Foreign Minister. The draftL was worked out in Paris
met'isP. between Henry Kisslinger and Hanoi's Le I)uc Tho.
KisMpr sai he and Tho have agreidlhatiJhe planwsfhy worked out in
"Jl .mfiirwfl tb finalized in Paris next montb, ang4hat Thieu will not
_b..id d' bl ck thy undisclosed agremf4pt. Kissinger is en route to
W lngton from Paris.
SIXTEEN BLACK OFFICERS HOLD RANK OF GENERAL
OR ADMIRAL IN U.S. ARMED FORCES
WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Army has announced the promotion of
three black Colctels to Brigadier General. They are Charles C. Rogers, 43,
Fred C. Sheffey, 44, and Roscoe Robinson Jr., 44.
They'll bring to 16 the number of black officers holding the rank of
General or Admiral 12 in the Army, three In the Air Force and one in
the Navy.
Roers wears America's highest decoration, the medal of honour. He
won It while commanding an infantry battalion in Vietnam in 1968.
ARSON SUSPECTED IN HUGE FLORIDA SWAMP FIRE
NAPLES, FLORIDA (AP) Fire fighters are moving in heavy
equipment today to battle a fire burning out of control over
thre-tousand acres In a remote section of Florida's big cypress swamp.
A spokesman for the Florida Forestry Division says the fire fighters are
settling in for a long, hard fight. He says the fire Is in such an unaccessible
region that it is going to be a nightmare getting equipment into position.
The most recent of a series of swamp blazes started yesterday as two
fires about 46 miles east of Naples, and seven miles south of Alligator Alley
a primary route across south Florida. Officials said they strongly suspect
anron as the cause of both fires.
In the last week almost 22-thousand acres of Florida swampland have
ben scorched by fire.
DEMOS. OUTSTRIP G.OP.'s IN FUND RAISING EFFORT
WASHINGTON (AP) The G.O.P.'s poison appears to have become the
Democratic Party's meat. One million dollars was raised at a Democratic
PIrty dinner in Washington last night. Two weeks ago, the G.O.P. held a
fuad'ralstng bash with President Nixon in attendance and raised an
unusually low 7So-thousand dollars.
It was the first time the Democrata ever outstripped the Republicans at
such a fund-raiser. An audience of more than two-thousand heard
Watergate jokes, homilies and promises of renewed Democratic leadership.
PILOTS FLIGHT REVIEWS EVERY TWO YEARS
WASHINGTON (AP) Federal Aviation Administration officials said
today all private and commercial pilots will have to take flight reviews
every two years, starting November first. The rule could ground a number
of veteran fliers.
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News h' hlights


McCord's lawyer


RICHARISON

APPROVED

AS ATT. BEN.
WASHINGTON (AP)-
Elliot L. Richardson, the
Nixon administration's
well-travelled trouble-shooter,
received unanimous approval as
the new Attorney General
Wednesday from the Senate
judiciary committee.
The nomination was
approved later by the full
Senate.
It was Richardson's third
top Cabinet post. He has served
as Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare and
currently is Secretary of
Defense. He also served as
Undersecretary of State.
Such approval also would
free Archibald Cox, the man
tabbed by Richardson to be
the Special Prosecutor in the
Watergate case, to begin work
officially.
On Wednesday morning,
President Nixon met with
Republican Congressional
leaders at the White House and
sought to reassure them
personally that he had no
involvement in the web of
Watergate scandals.
The 22 GOP Congressmen
and Senators responded with a
standing ovation. But Senate
minority leader Hugh Scott,
(R-Pa.) said later he thought
that Nixon "could have been
more vigilant" in spotting the
Watergate coverup.
In another development,
James R. Schlesinger, Central
Intelligence Agency, said he
believes there was a
combination of poor judgment
by CIA officials who became
involved in the Watergate
developments and
overzealousness by White
House aides.
Schlesinger made the
comments before he testified
at a closed session oi the
Senate armed services
committee.
In a statement issued
Tuesday, Nixon said that
shortly after the Watergate
breaking, he was informed of
the possibility that there was
CIA involvement. Nixon said at
that time he was concerned
that the investigation of the
burglary of the Democratic
national committee head
quarters could, then, uncover
covert CIA activities unrelated
to the breaking.
Nixon said he instructed H.
R. Haldeman and John D.
Ehrlichman, then his two top
aides, to make sure that the
Watergate breaking didn't
expose unrelated CIA
activities.
Schlesinger said that in
retrospect, the reaction of the
two White House aides was "at
the least, overzealous."
It has since been disclosed
that the CIA gave technical
assistance to E. Howard Hunt,
later convicted as a Watergate
conspirator. The assistance was
used by Hunt to engineer the
burglary of the office of a
psychiatrist treating Pentagon
Papers defendant Daniel
Ellsberg. CIA officials have said
they didn't know the material
they gave Hunt would be used
for a burglary.
It also has been alleged that
White House aides sought CIA
assistance in trying to stop an
FBI investigation of the
movement of Republican
campaign funds through


of the President he was after
information about group
planning potentially violent
demonstrations. He sa
McCord mailed him clippings
and memoranda along that line
constantly as he prepared fo
the trial.
"One such memorandum,"
Alch said, "listed and discussed
such topics 'as 'the Mafia and
the Democratic National
Committee funds and
personnel,' 'Flying Tigers and
Anna Chennault,' 'Israel and
the Mafia.'" g
McCord also sent him a,4ote
reflecting telephone calls he
made to the Israeli and Chilean
embassies, Alch said. McCord
claims he made the calls,
identifying himself as a
Watergate defendant, in an
effort to have the government
di elose wiretaps.
Alch mid he planned to use
"the defense of duress" -


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WASHINGTON (AP) The law
McCord at the Wateipte trial
suggested that McCord should bb
Democratic party headquaters.
In a ls-hour appearance
before the Senate Watergate
committee, Gerald Alch angrily
accused his former client of
making allegations against him
that are "in some instances
completely false and in other
instances have been twisted out
of context into untruths" to
serve some unknown purpose.
"What kind of man is this?"
Alch said he asked himself
after McCord accused him last
Friday of pressing the CIA
defense.
Alch outlined a relationship
that ranged from effusive
praise to unanswered telephone
calls and finally replacement
after McCord's conspiracy-
burglary-wiretap conviction
with attorney Bernard W.
Fensterwald Jr., representing
him.
And, with Fensterwald
sitting a few rows behind him,
Alch quoted Fensterwald as
saying at one point:
"We're going after the
President of the United
States."
Earlier, the Senators heard
two former White House
employees say they knew they
were breaking the law by
relaying executive clemency
offers to McCord in the midst
of the trial.
John J. Caulfield said he was
spurred on in the belief that
President Nixon had made the
offer.,
But Alch said he was totally
ignorant of it if such oftf
were made.
In fact, he said, whoe
another lawyer mentioned the
possibility "I stated aMy
opinion the President would
not touch this case with b
10-foot pole." '
The lawyer, Alch said, wa
William 0. Bittman wh
represents E. Howard t,
one of MacOoT.
co-conspirators. -
"Bittman said, 'yo ,M h
never tell, when ChristmaS time
rolls around and they receive
executive clemency ...,' Alth
testified.
GAVE OPINION
"I subsequently mentioned
this to McCord in a most
skeptical manner and said to
him, 'Jim, it can be Christmas,
Easter and Thanksgiving all
rolled into one, but in my
opinion the President will n6t
touch this case with a 10-foot
pole so don't rely on offers of
executive clemency."
McCord had said that he
received such offers repeatedly,
from Caulfield and Hunt -
dating back to September
1972.
McCord was in the hearing
room during part of the :.ne
Alch was reading his statement,
then retired to a stairwell to
read a copy:
Fensterwald approached
chairman Sam J. Ervin,
Democrat, North Carolina,
when the committee recessed
for the day and asked that he
and McCord be permitted to
testify Thursday morning in
response.
Alch said that during the
trial McCord repeatedly and
effusively stated his confidence
in him.
"At no time did he ever
state to me that he believed the
Watergate operation to be legal
as a result of the alleged
involvement of the thea
Attorney General, the counsel
to the President or anyone
else," Alch said.
These were claims McCord
has made.
Alch said McCord wanted to
base his defense on the fact
that as security chief of thl
Committee for the Re-election


to show falsely that he had ''
been recalled to duty for the ,a
Watergate operation, and th4at m
the new CIA Director James R. '
subpoenaed and would go '
along with It."
Alch defded that statement
repeatedly. "I didn't say that," ,
he said. ''UBL CME1 ) )i
CONFLICT SHOWN 4 _
Senator Howard Baker asked A College preparatory school for boys announces that Its representative
Alch how this confhlit could be will Interview Interested parents & students for admission to Florida Air
reconciled. Alch said a third *KAcademy.
man, Bernard Shaikman,.A .
might be able to verif one JuI
account or the other. T riot, will be at the Nasau Beach Hotel for Interviews.
Alch said, he and McCord M
could submit to a polygraph une 25th to August 10th 1973, ag 6 19
test, a so-called lie detector. aG Garf Id 14-8 Ft. LaudMwdie, Fla.
Alch said he would do so. Grades 9-12 Melbourne, Fla.
Alch also stuck to his story, *a I rI r aifsi / mr
denied by Fensterwald outside .4 I'i M iI IIM
the hearing, that Fensterwald 4 SEPT. 9, 1973- JUNE 1, 1 74
had told him in a telephone Junior School Grades 1-8 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
conversation, "we're poing 'K
after the President 'oKo Senior School Grdes,9-12 Melbourne, Fla.
Alch told Baker he would For appointment call the Nassau Beach Hotel this week and leav mesa. .
submit to a polygraph test to 'K
support his contention of this Interviews will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 24th, 25th & 20th. "
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e lODma deN A )N L ,-d Thursday becas w of iammn with ca gi but Prime
I tONDON (AP) Lard Minlt Edward Heath told Parliament he did not believe any
Jellicoo, the leader of Britain's oe nm of his administration was involved in the sex
SConservative government in the scandal Md that ataon security was not threened.
.i o House of Lords, reigad Nevertheless Heath security of the state is
Wednesday after his name was announced he would order an protected without prejudice to
yer who repIreseted James W. linked with a ring of call girls independent inquiry into the the conduct of inquiries into
testified Wednesday he neve He was the second affair. possible criminal offenses.
ame the CIA for the reak-in at govemaent Minister in 24 Heath, reading a prepared "At each stage we have
hours to admit consorting with statement to a hushed House instructed the security service
which holds that an illegal act prostitutes, of Commons, spoke a few to examine the security
can be condoned if itIn a letter to Prime Minister hours after Lord Jellioe, implications and at each stage
a greater harm and d flatly Edwar Heath, released to leader of the ruling they have been able to assure
that McCord's assertions he newsmen, Jellicoe, 54, said: Conservatives in the House of us that there are no indications
wanted to blame the operation "When you told me Lords, had resigned because of of danger to national security."
on the CIA was "absurd and yesterday that my name was "some casual affairs" with But, to scattered "Hea,
completely untrue." being linked with allegations prostitutes. ( SEE STORY hears" from Conservut
DENIAL ON CIA about a ring of call girls I THIS PAGE AND PAGE 9) benches Heath said: "I thiit
"At no time did I suggest to thought it best to teyou that Jellicoe quit -24 hours after the House will expect that tSs
Mr. McCord that the so-called unhappily there was Lord Lambton announced his matter should be submitted
CIA defense be utilized, for the justification for this because I career was over because he was independent scrutiny.
defense of 'duress had already had some casual affairs which photographed with a call gir. "Subject to consultant
been agreed upon," Alch said. if publicized would have been Lambton resigned Tuesday with the leader of ti
"I merely asked him the subject of criticism"' as Under Secretary for the Opposition, I therefore
whether or not there was a Heath has promised a Royal Air Force. Jellicoe, son propose to invite the Security
factual basis for this statement to the House of of a World War I naval hero, Commission to verify that
contention," Alch said. Commons later Thursday on was a former Minister for the there has been no breach of
"Mr. McCord's allegation the burgeoning sex and Royal Navy. security as a result of die
that I announced my ability to security scandal rocking his Heath told legislators : "On incidents described in this
forge his CIA personnel records government the information available to me statement."
with the cooperation of then It has already been I can tell the House that there The Security Commission
acting CIA Director (James R.) compared with the Profumo are no grounds for supposing was set up in 1964 by then
Schlesinger, is absurd and affair 10 years ago which any other Minister or any Prime Minister now Foreign
completely untrue ... no such nearly brought down then member of the public service is Secretary Sir Alex
statement was ever made." Prime Minister Harold involved. Douglas-Home. Its main task.is
Caulfield told the committee Macmillan's Conservative CONCERNED to advise the Prime Ministet,if
he had no personal knowledge government The Home Secretary and I there has been any lapse jn
that the offer of executive The Prime Minister's aides have been concerned from the procedures in government
clemency to McCord had come said he will insist on an outset to ensure that the offices.
from President Nixon. Nixon immediate and thorough Heath promised that if
reiterated Tuesday he made no investigation to avoid any IS $ RECIVERINS current police inquiries into
such authorization. suggestion of a cover-up. allegations of a top peoples'
Caulfield, who left his White The scandal broke Tuesday LONDON (AP) The dollar vice ring turned up fresh
House jobtin March 1972 to go when Lord Lambton admitted recovered against most leading information, the security
to the Treasury Department, he had resigned as Air Force olean currencies fromWednesday forces would be informed at
said he knew the offer he secretary, a sub Cabinet post, record highs. the same time "and would take
relayed to McCord was illegal because of a casual dFinan d a urcs wrd nothe the necessary action"
acquaintance with a receding gold prices were another
when he made it in January, acqantaince with a call girl. ign of returning confidence in the If that happened, Heath
during the trial. Lambton, a member of one American money. So oft promised, "It would be my
during te trial.Preeident Nixon's
"I know when wrongdoing is of Britain's most aristrocratic anounced resolve not to resist had duty" to tell Parliament.
occurring," he said. "My families, is a first cousin of played a role in the comeback. ANTI-CLIMAX
loyalties, especially to the Foreign Secretary Sir Alec For the second straight day Heath read his prepared
President of the United States Douglas-Home. Frankfurt and Milan. But the U.s. statement without
overrided those con Lord 'Jellicoe, a former currency was weaker in Zurlh and interruption, in an atmosphere
siderations." Minister for the Navy sat in arnsud atyontink some of distinct anti-climax to the
Alch Thursday offered to Heath's Cabinet as Lord Privy The dollar had plunged to record rumours and allegations of sex
take a lie detector test to back Seal and leader of the Lords. ows in Europe on Monday and
soaredd to all-time highs. and vice among the highest in
up his denial that he ever British newspapers Dealers said a prime factor then was the land that have been
suggested the Central Wednesday were full ofsadals wouldthat forthe NiWatergateo sweeping London since
Intelligence Agency be blamed speculation that Lambton was ras. deale Lambton quit.
for the Watergate wiretap not the only lea g pot Nixon's Watergate statements on as
He also offered to submit to involved, They named no Tuesday had helped clear the crowded than on an annual
a lie detector test to back up namesatmophe.articularly Budget Day. Comments
his statement that McCord's o far there has been no strong in London, where it ined between Heath and Opposition
pn'te t/' "' laty .i .heh. d-'' suggestion 'of any security leak. more th a cent against the itish leader Harold Wilson were
Fensterwald, 'nc tM-i, ut boat-mew..aa heldM 2 Stpod E 'in t $2 week the- at in at alyer
F e noterw lq, d ef e nso . ... . I 1s2 an 1 1-.P2 tg h l a st g am a
"eft in ft T: sentive deten o a ee, an t-month Igh. At th far relMoved from their usual
President of the Uttd could hawe, been the subjects of oe of trading Wednesday the biting exchanges.
President of- the United pound was quoted at $2.55.
States." blackmail attempts over Dealers stressed, however, that Announcing the inquiry,
QUESTIONED indiscretions. Scotland Yard money marketsremainedthin and Heath said: "It is much better
h sqt andlounter-intelliice erratic, partly because of
Alch was questioned at and counter-intelligence nervousness over Watergate. Some to have a clean bill of health
length at the Senate's televised services were understood to traders fear the scandals will rather than a continuation 6f
Watergate hearings as both. have been investigating possible we .en Nixono hand in rumour."
Republicans and Democrats security leaks. similar pattern emerged from Paris. Wilson praised the departed
sought to shake Alch's In the Profumo scandal in A Frech banker said dollar rates ministers for their "speed and
contention that McCord had 1963 government minister for yo-yo." But at the end of the day, sense of responsibility" in
lied. Alch refused to back war John Profumo had an the dollar closed at 4.4210 French resigning.
commercial francs, up from 4.4137 B c o h
down. affair with call girl Christine francs Tuesday. But he cautioned that the
"Idonot enjoy in effect Keeler who was also sleeping In Frankfurt the dollar rose from country demanded "the fullest
calling a man a liar," Alch said with a Soviet military attache, 2.76 maks to 2.700a inquiry" into all aspec
calling a man a liar," Alchsaid.'during the day and in Milan from inquiry" into all aspects
"I'm not looking to bury Mr. Evgny Ivanov. 9.30 lire to s590 lire. bearing on national security,
McCord. My appearance here is No security leak was ever f InThe dollar clo d3 ow8al 5 11 including not only whether t
a reaction, not an action." proved in that case. francs and in Amsterdam at 2.846s breach had taken place but if
Alch conceded that on some Jellicoe, son of the late aed s.there had been any risk of one.
points, McCord might have admiral of the fleet Earl -
misunderstood things he said. Jeflicoe victor of the World
But he insisted that would not War I Battle of Jutland is a l I H IS
have been possible in the CIA godson of the late King George CU E I g AN IA01 A TH I~
matter. V. He was a page of honour at with d
"You can't interpret a man the Coronation of King Georgewith a rence
saying 'I'm going to forge CIA VI. (. SEE STORY PAGE 9). APARTMENTS BY, THE DAY!
documents with the assistance
of the CIA Director out of a 34 cherminl. fully
man saying what do you want I a ||- m || quipped 1-2-3 room
for lunch, or see you in *P I T H apartments~ facing our
Boston," or out of a defense 6 11w1 own xceulent beach or
lawyer raising the question of DOWNTOWN MIAMI he beautiful garden and
the CIA, Alch testified. pool are. All with hotel
Alch conceded he had left kityhen, air.ondftloning.
several details out of his Supermarket, stores, ,
testimony on Wednesday, and III II restaurants a 3 minute
conceded it was theoretically i n.i -B walk away. Free parking,
possible that some of McCord's Singe $ 9 local calls, ma service,
contested statements could Double l$ t It ae yo r ks ela' s. ud ,u
have resulted from a TrWip ee t pe1 fr your on, b els. sties,
misunderstanding. Triple $13 trisUs. Dally and weeidy summer rates now.
But he adamantly repeated Qvadrupe $16
his flat denials of McCord's HOTEL ASLE A MANOR, P.O. Box N263. Nassau.
testimony that Atch hadtold Mtade of the Mrs. Joan Mayson, manager, Mrs. Sandra Eneas, ass't. manager
the former CIA man that his AMERICAN-BAHAMIAN Mrs. Cleomi Smith, receptionist.
personal records could be FEDERATION Cal 7-7786 Or-84 inowl
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NUumX AMiCU JTJAAM IN VuMA MAsmM
Blt Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,PubitMer/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributtd Editor 1972.-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PubRUl r/Editor 1972-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


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Thursday, May 24, 1973.


SRDIORIAL

A good send off


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
I WAS not surprised when my daughter, Mrs. Roger Carron,
,hioned me at my hotel last week Wednesday to tell me that Sam
hinder had died.
;.. Dr. Ivor Fix, the South African specialist at Mt. Sinai Hospital
in Miami who did so much to make Sam's last days comfortable,
had told me that death would come at any time ... and that it
would be sudden.
I* must say that I didn't expect it to strike so soon and I am
sorry because Sam was having a comfortable time in his
apartment in The Tribune building where the entire staff -
especially the girls went out of their way to make him feel that
he was appreciated and loved.
Sam had cancer of the throat ... but, fortunately, he seemed to
be without pain. Every day when I phoned the office from my
apartment in Coral Gables I asked about Sam. Always the answer
was that he was still smiling and never complained. He
appreciated any little thing that was done for him.
. All the old staff who grew up in The Trbune with Sam are
agreed that the office will not be the same any more with Sam's
smiling face and willing hands removed.

I flew home for the funeral on Saturday. I was pleased to see
the number of friends who turned out for the funeral and the
surprising number of wreaths that were sent to St. Matthew's
Church. They were all expensive wreaths. And so his friends
thought enough of him to spend money to pay him a tribute.
***S*S***
Readers of this column know Sam's story. His faithfulness and
quiet devotion to duty were one of my favourite subjects in this
column. I never missed an opportunity to hold Sam up as an
example of a fine human being.
Although Sam was at the bottom of the pecking line at The
Tribune I have often said that he would be one of the hardest
people to replace when he died because he willingly did all the.
jobs no one else wanted to touch.

But as the rising and falling swells of the human tide roll
*neoarably forward into time and eternity we must learn to carry
on without the departed ones.
Sam had been relieved of all duties at The Tribune for some
time before his final passing. He was kept on the payroll at full
salary and left to come and go as he wished. He was the only
member of staff who had keys to the building. They were found
ini his pocket by the undertaker and handed to me at the
graveside.
Certainly the place will not be the same any more without
Sam.
A couple of wreaths for Sam were sent by cable by expatriate
staff who are no longer in Nassau but I think that one of the
finest tributes paid to Sam's ability to impress people with his
gentle manner and toothy smile came from a retired German with
whom I have become very friendly since I have been living in
Coral Babies.
He went with me on one of-my trips to see Sam while he was
-undergoing treatment in Miami. He frequently asked about Sam
After that.
When I told him Sam had died he said immediately that he
;ould come to Nassau for the funeral. I told him this was not
;mcessary and that I would arrange to go with him to the island
rnder happier circumstances at some future time. He accepted
jny advice but just before I left for Nassau he brought me a silver
:tud with the request that it be put in Sam's shirt in the coffin as
token of his respect and affection.
As Sam was being lowered to his final resting place at Old Trail
cemetery a member of my family looked over the crowd who
$tad gathered to see him take his final departure and at the floral
Tributes that paid him honour. I heard him reflect in an audible
trhisper: "We've done the best we could for Sam. Now we have
liven him a good send off".

I From time to time I have written a good deal in this column
Ibout Sam and so I have nothing new to tell you about him
today, especially since my daughter wrote such a fine piece about
him the day after he died.
SYou may better understand what Sam meant to people who
mnew him when I recall a piece of advice handed down to us by
in ancient writer .... I think it was St. Augustine ... who urged
at we should so live that when we die even the undertaker will
Sorry.
4Jhis was certainly true about Sam. You see ... the white
undertaker, Philip Kemp, was one of his friends too.
SWhen I went with my wife to see Sam at Kemp's Funeral
Home in Palmdale Mr. Kemp was there to receive us and to put
Gus Fritz's silver gift in Sam's shirt bosom. He told me then of
the many years he had known Sam and counted him as a friend.
Later a little white boy who had been a Tribune carrier
Commented that no one could fold Tribunes like Sam.
*****S****
SWhen I arrived in Nassau on Saturday I drove to the office to
meet the staff and to collect papers for a week since my wife had
brought me the last batch to Coral Gables during her weekly
week-end visits.


One 6f the first things that caught my eye in scanning over the
I readings in the papers was that Beatrice Hall had died. She was a
first cousin of mine.
, Mrs. Hall was not known to many of my readers. I have never
had occasion to mention her name in this column but she figured
indirectly in the series of stories I wrote about my mother just
over eight months ago.
Those of you who read those stories will remember what I
wrote about my mother's older sister, Aunt Mary Jane Pinder,
who was endowed with remarkable psychic powers. "Bea", as she
was known, was Aunt Mary's youngest and last surviving child.
You will also remember the story I told about the large snake
at Andros that frightened us all when it got into our house and
chased a rat across the rafters of the thatched building. The snake
was killed during the night by villagers who came to our aid.
-You will also recall that the next day another large snake


(in loving memory of the late Inspector S. Nixon who bowed
to the Divine Decree on Tuesday 21st. May 1973)
The heart aches of a sudden passing,
Leaves the living waiting and gasping,
Ever mindful of their own life's end,
Never knowing when they 11 be called to journey to that land.


Heart wrenching sighs can be so painful,
When weeping hearts with sorrow are breaking,
Tears of anguish spilled unceasing,
Find brief comfort in their steady releasing.

Oh, to know no pain and sorrow,
In a world of an unending tomorrow,
Filled with gusto hope and fervour,
Thankful peace that knows no bother.
But the fates are glad to mock us,
Death, relentless foe do track us,
Tell at last no more could we evade him,
We are felled and conquered by his whim.

But the hope that man still cherish,
Cannot by time nor death be tarnished,
Shall still strengthen and lead him on,
To that bright and eternal bourne.

Sudden passing we shall heed thee,
Not in terror or fear to plead,
But in tranquil, peace we'll journey,
To that land where every day is Sunday.


U.S. WELCOME BREZHNEV'S REMARKS
WASHINGTON (AP) The State Department sid Tuesday the United
States welcomes the remarks of Soviet Party Leader Leonid 1. Brezhnev
expressing the wish for peaceful and constructive relations with the
western couat"le.
The speech was given at the end of five days of talks in Bonn with West
German Chancellor Willy Brandt.
Prem offer John King id that the State Department has not yet
completed Its study of the Breshaev-arondt metlag or the speech over
German television Monday by the Soviet leader,
In the speech Brezhnev referred to the and of the war on Vietnam and he
said that the favourable development of U.S.-Soviet relations goes on,
bringing the whole world cloeer to durable lasting peace than ever before.
Newsmen wanted to know about the t for proedse adherence to the
four-power agreement last year on West Geman relation to West Berlin.
Brezhnev spoke about the polible dolement of European development
Including the gradual improvement of relations between the Federal
Republic of Germany and its eastern neighbours Including Poland, East
Germany, Csechoelovakla and others.
Under the agreement signed last year there were specific reference to
Berlin. Wet Germany can represent West Berlin in International forums. So
there la interest here whether this have moved forward as a result of the
Brandt-Breshnev talks. There was no mention made as had been expected
of the right for Bonn to speak for Wet Berlin when the two Germanys
enter the United Nations. perhaps later this year.
AT WORST PRICE RISE OF GAS' WILL NOT EXCEED 8c GAL.
WASHINGTON (AP) There is no cause for concern that gaasoane
prices will rise to astronomical levels suat as 7S casts and $1 a gallon,
Deputy Treasury Secretary William Simon mid Tuseday.
Simon, chairman of the Nixon adminaltratlon's 01 Policy Committee,
told a House subcommittee studying the energy crisis that oven If the price
of crude oil were doubled, the price of gasoline would go up by only eight
cents a gallon. He conceded gasoline priees would Inerease during this
summer's shortage, but said this would not be nearly as much as forecast in
some quarters.


circled the house looking for its mate.
I told you how a young girl snatched up a machete from the
ground and cut the snake in half with a single blow. This was Bea.
I was about eight years old at the time. Bes was six years older.
I was terrified when I saw the two halves of the snake run away.
'This experience made such an impression on my young mind
that I was afraid of snakes even dead ones until I went to live
on my farm at Camperdown and realized that this was snake
territory and that I would have to learn to live with them if I
wanted to make a home in the bush.
**e******
And so, one by one, the links that compose the story in a
man's life are gently severed .... and if he lives long enough he will
wake up one day to the startling realization that all he has left are
memories.
In one of his brilliant verses Shakespeare describes the passage
of a man's life like the fruit on a tree.
A bud appears on a branch. It develops into a tiny fruit. It
grows. One day, perhaps before it becomes fully matured, it
drops quietly to the ground. It has completed its course as a part
of God's creation and so it passes into time and eternity as
quietly and as gently as the bud that first burst from its pod
under the stimulation of rain and air and sunshine.
In another of his passages Shakespeare describes the passing of
a loved one in these few choice words:
Must endure
Their going hence
Even as their coming hither:
Ripeness Is all.
,***seo*e**
I flew back t9 Coral Gables on Tuesday. My wife will join me
on Friday. Together we will fly to England on Sunday to explore
the possibility of making a new home there among some of our
old friends in Britain.
But I must say that I am attracted by the way of life in
Florida. I have made so many warm friends in Coral Gables
during my short stay there .... who have done everything possible
to make me feel that they would like me to become an active part
of their community .... that it is now possible that we will divide
our time between the U.K. and Florida summers in England,
winters in Florida, with possibly an occasional visit to Nassau to
say hello to friends here. Oh yes, I value the friends I have here.
*1***e4***
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: On our way home from Mass on
Sunday morning I turned on the radio in the car.
Bethel Baptist Church's choir wua rendering several hymns.
Bethel has one of the finest choirs in the island and I want
them to know how much I always enjoy their singing.
As my wife drove the car into the garage the Rev. Dr. H. W.
Brown, pastor of Bethel, took ashis text: In the let daysperilous
times shall come upon us.
I didn't stay to hear the sermon. I felt that the text in itself
told the full story for our people.
During this brief visit to the island I moved around among
people of many shades of thought and of different social levels.
The one thought they now seem to have in common is that
perilous times are already upon them.
I heard just a few opening sentences of Dr. Brown's sermon.
Enough to realize that he was speaking about the future.
What future?
Alas, it never fails. As I have warned so often in this column ....
a people get the kind of government they deserve.
*******o*
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
It isn't important how, when or where we may die.
No one has any my about how' he comes into this world or
when he goes out.
All living things die to make room for new life. Death is the
only certainty in life.
If I had my way I wojd die while writing a tough editorial....
a real scorcher for a wor y cause.
Since we have no control over our coming or our going, the
only thing that matters is how we live ....how we use the speck of
time during which we fill a spot in the endlessness of time and
eternity.
-DUPUCH.


Happy re-union oh the blessing,
When re-united with the passing,
We'll reminisce of the life we knew,
And greet our friends with a hearty adieu
J. M. HUTCHESON,
Chief Immigration Officer,
(A former Comrade in Arms).

Waits Natinial

Atihm pukliskied
EDITOR, The Tribune
May I be permitted to make
a suggestion.
I would suggest that the
words of the National Anthem
be published in all the
newspapers every weekend. I
have come across many people
who still don't know the
words. I think it is important
that the words be known by
every, single person.
Thanks for the space .
EDWARD A. THOMPSON


C.O.L. JUMPED SHARPLY
AGAIN IN APRIL
WASHINGTON (AP) The cost
of living in the United States
Jumped sharply again in April with
big increases in the cost of food,
clothing, used cars and gasoline, the
U.S. government reported Tuesday.
The U.S. Labour Department
aid consumer prices rose
seven-tenths of one per cent last
month, following a nine tenths of
one per cent jump in March. April's
Jump matched February's increase.
March's Jump was a 22-year record.
The Bureau said food bought in
grocery stores rose 1.6 per cent, leas
than In each of the preceding three
Months but considerably higher
than usual for April.
Fruit and vegetables were higher
than normal and beef prices
continued to climb, but the
government said the increase was
much smaller than in recent
months.
Prices on a broad range of
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By Abigail Van Buren
rs IM W CMUaM Twt 11. v. *"ws S laW1
DEAR ABBY: Widwed fiv yrs after a long and
happy marriage, I've found a widow I desperately want to
marry. And that's my proem f. reiets to marry me.
I am about average In all respects except one. laan-
dally, I am vuy we off, b nt that doet em to ho-w
once her. We both have married dhfdren who a indpoed-
at. I never knew this lady's haband, but understand theirs
was a good marriage, so I hkw se's not Mured on mar-
riage.
Sh says she want her 'vedom." I have tried every-
thing to change her mbd. My last attempt w a two-arat
disaond, which she Nued to wow, evewm n her right
hand because o the "impcatles" [Cwhevr that massns].
I want to takb her ao eral aI December. 8be said
sbe would go-uns marriage, but how prad and happy ie
would make me if ai would aocompmMy M as my wife.
ow can I persuade bar to maumy me by Dscember? 1
any of your ideas are uccessul, I will asend you a poet-
card from Rome-mhe first stop on the crh DOPING
DEAR HOPING: My adttvbe t Is top -e the


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me alems. Sead me a p Iem enway, if you aw dm
t wirse e w"hs b agm. No m shedd have mt
beg or brd a women to mIny hMm. get e y r e
-nd mrvey the market. Trw euly h ram fle w .ming is
wma is to play the flMd ad hew some d bl-ed tble-
peamoee. Amd f that ifd, p yemd e luhhy.

DEARABBY: Is time a way a woman cm bua
hlurance on het hmband's le without letting hmn k
about It?
I know hi would have to tak phydcal and thereu'so -
way of tricking him into doitgLt.
My hmband has a rel hbamp on ths score and we
can't even dioue the matter I ly.
I cm't shop around in my hometwa for an marnao
compeay that miht have an e om how to aomp-
ths as I have too much pride to adaft to the world U
my hadmd doem't went to pwevide or M wito and el-
dren in the event of his death.
Pleao answer ts in yew column aa I'm suro other
wies must have the samo prilMm.
ASHAMED) AND NOT PROTBCTD
DEAR ASHAMED: These se way yu can semem
PIh is with yut r yew e a d's e. mDseams is
with yew ewa Imraee ag e ad ask im sto aggept
apmeach that wll be eftedw u am IMeasive to yew
hubad.

DEAR ABBY: I have a suggestion for "Out of Exuoe-
ie" who recently wrote of her concern for her W-yeareld
father who continues to drve even tho ho has falling ey-
deht.


My staff to the Deprtment of Motor Vdels hdOln
hndee at ase cases se year, s we medert"d what
"Out at Ecuses" and her father are gin thin. a me he
uses top or a visal aWmsu natdn, you can arrm for
ha to take a teot of his driving ability and kowlsdg.
Write to your State Department t Motor Vehles out-
lining the problem and in mot cases that department win
seod hm a letter requiring him to appear for a reexamine-
Sof this driving alty. t appears necessary, a visual
eu..inton bsy cep.t authorities wlm she be required.
Your mladsn wfl b hd In co .
DEAR ABBY: In an attempt to criticize you for yewr
views on bathing, a quartet of women from Hagerstown,
Md., wrote: "You belong in India, where your views allow
yeo to label womn 'unclean' and 'untouchabe.' "
lkht of all, the utouiaMeh cate, sti h applied osly to
men, has ben outlawed in Ind since 1M7. Secondly, dl.
es are mnug toe e-mnest people on easer. inMds, who
comprise 85 per cent of India's population, bathe every
morning as a religiou ritual. And it is not uncommon for
an Indian to take three or four baths a day. They may be
poor, but they're clean.
And finally, anyone who believes that women take a
back eat in India shopid be reminded that India's leader is
a woman. UP ON DDIA
DEAR UP: Three cheers for India! People are umay
down ea what they're set up eo.
CONFIDENTIAL TO "WHITE VERSUS PURPLE" IN
PANAMA CITY: Neither! Tobe appriately attend for a
veree hearing, I'd vele for BLACK. In a ese Me ois
burylg a dead relateonhip.


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The Natinal Sectrerie Assn. (Int'l), ahasmes Afflliate, lst week elected officers for
the year 1973-74. Officers and committee heads who posed In the office of the President
are: (Seated I. to r.) Mrs. Macle Manna. Corresponding Secretary; Miss Angela Haven,
Recording Secrtary: Mrs. Lorraine Fraser. President; Mrs. Sandra Albury, Vice President:
(Standing I. to r) Mis Kay Taskey, Chalrman, Publicity & Bulletin Committee; Mrs.
Gwen Reid, Pat Preident; Mrs. Vikki Orat, Chairman, Education & Programme
Committee; Mrs. renda Archer, Chairman, Membership Committee; Mrs. Hortense
Harrls.Smlth Chairman, Rules & ByLaws Committee; Mrs. Irene Russell, Chairman, Civic
Committee; Mrs. Perky Obrin, Treasurer.


MINISTER OF WORKS, the Hen. Ssheen L. Bowe, meets with panelists for final
brieflne on "The Role of the Srvie Induptries" national discussion to be heard Thursday
(May 24) at 8:30 p.m. ever Radio Bahamas. Seated from left to right are: Richard D.
Moss, resident of the Taxn-Cab Union; Charles Schlsckman, President of the Bahamas
Hotel Assueeliton; the eon. Slmeen L. Bowe Miss Yvonne McKenzie, Secretary to the
Panel J. Vibert Wills, Heed of Public Affars Division, Bahamas Information Services;
Mrs. Vemice Cooper, of the Independence Secretariat and Rag Smith, of Radio Bahamas
Northprs Service. .
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MRS. LORRAINE FRASER
of McDermott Associates, Ltd.
has been elected president of
the National Secretaries
Association (Intl) Bahamas
Affiliate, for the year 1973-74.
She succeeds Mrs. Gwen Reid
of Reid Placement Service.
Other officers elected are
Mrs. Sandra Albury of
Chee-A-Tow & Co. Ltd., vice
president; Mrs. Perky O'Brien
of Bahamas Automobile Ltd,
treasurer; Miss Angela Haven of
Nassau Hillcrest Towers East,
recording secretary; and Mrs.
Macie Hanna of Mundy Tours
Ltd., corresponding secretary.


Associatie i lt'll


Committees appointed are as
follows: ByLaws: Mrs.
Hortense Harris-Smith,
BaTelCo (chairman), Mrs.
Louise Haven, Mrs. Judy
Richardson. Ways & Means:
Mrs. Marina Dames, Chase
Manhattan Bank (chairman),
Miss Lyla Bain, Miss Sandra
Gibson, Mrs. Cherry Bastian,
Mrs. Minerva Adderley, Mrs.
Hortense Harris-Smith.
Programme & Education:
Mrs. Vikki Grant, The Island
Co, Ltd. (chairman). Mrs.


Mickey Bostwick, Mrs. Sandra
Albury, Miss Pauline Hinds,
Miss Toni CarrolL Publicity &
Bulletin, Miss Kay Teskey,
Hyatt Emerald Beach Hotel
(chairman), Miss Vernola
Rolle, Mrs. Perky O'Brien, Mrs.
Doreen Pratt, Mrs. Dot
Fernander.
Civic: Mrs. Irene Russell,
Isaacs, Johnson & Thompson
Co. (Chairman), Mrs. Marie
Murray, Mrs. Gwen Reid, Mrs.
Muriel Wilson, Mrs. Beverly
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PROPOSAL TO CONDEMN FRENCH NUCLEAR TESTS


GENEVA (AP) Australia, News
Zealand, Japan and 13 other
nations Tuesday proposed that the
138-nation World Health Assemblh
condemn French nuclear tests and
urge their cessation.
In a move parallel to Australia's
and New Zealand's move at the
International rourt of Justice, they
submitted a draft resolution
condemning "all nuclear weapons
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The draft expresses "deep
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an) increase in the level of ionizing
radiation in the atmosphere.
The 700-word resolution made
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Columbia, Chile, Ecuador. Fii.,
Japan. Malaysia, New Zealand,
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COUP BY TWO GREEK.
ADMIRALS REPORTED
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ATHENS, MAY 24 (AP) The
Greek army junta announced today
that it had blocked an attempted
coup by two retired admirals and
officers from three navy ships.
The government said the attempt
was scheduled for Wednesday
morning, but it got wind of it and
arrested the two admirals at their
homes before the plan could be
executed.
One of the admirals was
Constantine Engofopoulos. the
Navy Chief of Staff when the army
seized power in April 1967. The
junta retired Engofopoulos after it
took control.
BBC APOLOGISES FOR
FOUL LANGUAGE
LONDON (AP) The British
Broadcasting Corporation
apologized Thursday to its listeners
after a participant in a television
news programnie said he did not
think the public "gave a f--*' about
top people going out with call girls.
Peregrine Worsthorne. Deputy
Editor of the Sunday Telegraph,
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how he thought people wbuld react
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STEPHEN BLUNDELL

HOTEL TRAINING

DIRECTOR TAKES

UP HIS POST
RECENTLY arrived in
Nassau to take up the
appointment of Director of the
Hotel Training Council is Mr.
Stephen Blundell.
During the latter part of
1973, it was decided to
established a joint organisation
with representation from
Government, Hotel industry
and Trade Union specifically to
look after the needs of staff
training in the Hotel industry.
Mr. Blundell's training in
hotel keeping took place in the
early 1950's in Britian and
France where he undertook
both full time and part time
courses to qualify for hotel
management. This formal
training was linked with the
experience in all departments
of the hotel. After some
teacher training and experience
in lecturing he was given the.
opportunity of establishing a
new Hotel School in Malta
from 1964 to 1968. He then
returned, to the United
Kingdom to open a new Hotel
School at Hastings and in 1970
was appointed by the
International Labour
Organisation to be Chief of
Project at the Singapore Hotel
School.
Although Mr. Blundell has
had the experience of
establishing new hotel training
facilities in three widely
different situations, he feels
that there is no uniform
solution to problems in all
areas of the world: Each
* c9Ur munst seek to establish
tre est possible training
environment appropriate to the
needs of the industry, but
above all else a high standard
of professionalism should be
the principal objective.
Mr. Blundell will have
responsibility for all training
programmes to be conducted
at the Bahamas Hotel Training
College, Oakes Field, as well as
advising hotels on training
activities within each
establishment.


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"I put it back to you that I
didn't," Campbell said. He also
denied painting the engine
black to disguise it.
In another question put to
him by Crown Counsel
Bostwick, Campbell said that
his car, in which he had driven


Mr. Kemp, had already been
paid for.
Defence attorney Maynard
closed his case follow
cros*examination of e d c t.
by Crown Counsel JaI prir to
the luncheon a4jrommM
yesterday.


AN ACCUSED in the
stealing and receiving trial of
two Eleuthera residents, which
opened in the Supreme Court
Monday disclosed that he had
offered to pay the complainant
.in the case "to have the charges
dropped" against him.
Hastings Campbell, a
20-year-old Rock Sound
chauffeur who testified in his
own defence, denied stealing a
25 horse-power Evinrude
motor from Mr. Maitland
Wallace Cates sometime last
March.
The 20-year-old chauffeur is
charged jointly with James
Pratt., an Eleuthera
fisherman-farmer who pleaded
not guilty to receiving the
out-board motor.
Pratt, 54, of Deep Creek,
Eleuthera, told Mr. Justice
'Samuel Graham that he paid
Campbell $400 for the
outboard motor after he was
approached by him sometime
between March 20 and 21, last
year.
He said he was later arrested
and charged with receiving the
motor by police officers at
Eleuthera who were
investigating the theft of the
Evinrude motor from a boat
owned by Mr. Cates.
Tuesday morning, Campbell,
who is represented by attorney
Julian Maynard, said he was
not aware that the engine had
been stolen.
Campbell said he had found
the Evinrude motor in a clump
of bushes. He said it was
similar to one that he had
helped a Mr. Kemp put inside
his car when he had been asked
to give Kemp a ride. He said
that the engine Kemp had
might have been similar to one
he had seen on Mr. Cates' boat
while it. was moored at the
Government Dock at
Eleuthera.
Both men had to lift the
engine to get it into the back
of the car which Campbell
drove, the court was told.
Campbell said he "asked Kemp
whose engine it was because I
figured I had the right to ask
him. After all," he said, "I was
giving him a lift in my car. I
asked him whose engine it was
and Kemp said that it was his
own. I never thought that the


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During cross-examination by
crown counsel Mrs. Janet
Bostwick, the accused denied
stealing the motor engine. "I
put it to you that you did take
this engine from Mr. Cates'
boat sometime in March and
sell it." Mrs. Bostwick charged.












Glut Wrihnnt Thtarudw. ~v 24.1973.


...by Daphne Wallace-Whitfield


Young Bahamian spends his days living


"THIS is the story of Audley Miller a young
Bahmian on the move with an unusual career.


Audley is the assistant
trainer at the Nassau Seafloor
Aquarium.
He is 29 years of age, was
born at McCanns, Long Island,
but grew up at Sandy Point,
Abaco.
In 1967 he started work at
the Seafloor Aquarium -
diving, scrubbing tanks, feeding
the fish just an ordinary sort
of a job.
But something happened
which catapulted Audley out
of the run-of-the-mill kind of
life most of us lead into an


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"LIVING FREE"
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exciting and yes dangerous
career.
This "something" was Jinks.
Jinks, as his name implies,
was no good.
"There appeared to be an
evil spell on him," said Mr.
Curtis Johnson, the proprietor
of the Seafloor Aquarium.
He was a sea lion bought and
kept at great expense to
perform for the entertainment
of visiting "homo sapiens" But
then this sea lion hated .'nd
feared people.
Meanwhile Audley woald
watch Bill Winters, the trainer
then, at work. Audley felt an
affinity with these Tenormous
aquatic creatures.
Seeing his interest Mr.
Johnson turned Jinks over to
Audley with the words "If you
can do anything with Jinks
you've got a job as a trainer".
Many times every day, day
in day out week in week
out, Audley would play with
Jinks and Jinks grew to trust
Audley.
Did Audley have the
antidote to the spell on Jinks?
Well, whatever he had Jinks is
well on the way to becoming a
performer with as much
potential as the magnificent
Blackbeard who performs


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dolphin and sea lion trainer.
Any story about Audley is
incomplete without a story
about his close friend and
associate Howard Kodra, head
trainer, at the Nassau Seafloor
Aquarium.
Howard is five years younger
than Audley, but has worked
with animals all his life.
He is a native-born American
of Hungarian descent. He was
encouraged in his early love of
animals by his father and by
his mother, who used to work
with gorillas and snakes in her
native Budapest.
"I guess it's in the blood",
says Howard.
At nine years of age Howard
was in business. He was a fish
breeder with 40 aquariums of
his own.
At 14 he was working full
time wrestling with alligators.
He has worked in aquariums
in Philadelphia, California and
Florida and has been associated
with several others. Although
he left school in the 10 Oth grade
he hps studied zoology and
animal behaviour at night
school in New York.
This is Audley's story but
an important part of this story
is how two young men with
completely different
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AUDLEY MILLER
backgrounds forged a
friendship through a common
love of these sea creatures.
Audley does almost every
show. It is almost as
pleasurable to watch this
graceful, supple young man
move through his act as it is to
watch the amazing
performance of his pupils.
The dolphin show begins
with the sea lion act. Tinker is
a novice she's just three
years old she applauds, says
her prayers, lies down and goes
to sleep, retrieves a ball Audley
throws into the water and
bounces and returns it, she
rolls a barrel and balances a
ball on her head at the same
time, and catches rings round
her neck which Audley throws
to her.
Not bad for a beginner, eh?
Blackbeard is a senior. He
is all of five years old. He does
all that Tinker does but with
the extra polish that goes with
his superior rank. He also sings
a song, lays on his back and
drinks out of a baby bottle,
rolls over and gives a "Rear
Admiral salute" (i.e., a salute
with his rear fin).
The dolphins who are now
performing are Big Linus and
Little Herman (two others are
still in training).
Their opening dance gets th.


lions


*attention of the audience
immediately. They rise
vertically out of the water with
just their tails touching the
surface and whiz upright,
backwards over the water.
They also play basketball,
Herman jumps through the
hoop, Linus and Herman both
jump over a hurdle about seven
feet high, Herman surfs, Linus
jumps 20 feet to retrieve a fish
from Audley, who is balanced
precariously in the sky, and
they jump side by side together
17 feet to get their fish from
Audley. Superhuman? But
Herman and Linus are also very
human as they talk and
complain demanding higher
wages and less work!
AlU this takes place at an
amazing pace. Howard told me
that oceanarians over the world
rate this show higher than their
own.
Now what does Audley do
between the four shows daily?
Rest? Not quite. In between
shows Audley must train the
creatures. They must be
worked with day after day.
They take six to eight months
to train, Audley told me and
this is accomplished by "food
enticement and psychological
punishment". Hand signals are
used to show the dolphins and
sea lions exactly what is
required to them.
When Audley is trading he
must cut up fish (that's the
food enticement) and
sometimes he spends up to one
and a half hours a day just
cutting up fish. Then there are
tanks to clean, the stage and
props to paint, feeding,
administering medication and
giving vitamins according to
the vet's instructions. This
latter is not as easy as it sounds
as the dolphin or sea lion has
to be caught first and this can
be a dangerous job. Howard
says Audley is the only other
person besides himself at the
Aquarium who can catch sea
lions properly. Audley must
have a spe.qial ,puh ,


MR'. CLAUDE SMITH, Director of Agriculture and a member of the executive
committee of the Bahamas Humane Society, says good-bye and good luck to Mr. Henry
LIndsey, and employee who Is beIng sent by the Humane Society to Angil Memorial
Hospitalad the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, In
Boston MA. ~whre he will take courses In animal welfare. Also adding his bet wishes Is
Charl~e" ohm of the horse which the Society care for at their headquarters.


hasn't been bitten once yet.
Howard was once attacked
by three sea lions as he was
going into their cage to clean
it. He was badly bitten on the
les when a fourth sea lion
saved him by attacking his
attackers allowing Howard to
get clear. This fourth sea lion
was dying at the time by
crippling arthritis. After this
incident she was donated to a
research institute in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
where she is still going strong
to this day.
Howard has also had his
wrists broken a few times
catching dolphins, has broken
two discs in his back while
wrestling alligators and has had
hundreds of cuts and bruises,
but he wouldn't be in any
other line of work.
Howard says that "The
purpose of my job here (at the
Nassau Seafloor Aquarium) is
to train a Bahamian. I will not
leave here until my job is
accomplished".
Audley is getting superb
training at the Nassau Seafloor
Aquarium. At a small aquarium
like this he gets an opportunity
to do a bit of everything. Also
because of the size of the
aquarium he. meets the kind of
problems that he would
probably not come across
anywhere else in the world.
For example Big Linus Is
jealous of little Herman and
sometimes (male chauvinistic
pig!) takes it out on little
Herman sexually. In 90% of
the places in the world these
dolphins would be separated
but at this aquarium there is no
choice. So, Audley has a
unique situation to deal witl -
and deal with it he does.
Audley also has an ideal
temperament for this job.
During training tensions can
build and tempers fly for you
are dealing with very valuable
property with a great deal of
money invested in it. Audley
and Howard may sometimes
scream and holler, but they
never quarrel.
Perhaps in another twenty
years one of Audley's children
will be explaining to some
reporter somewhere "It's in
the blood."
In two years time Audley
and Howard are confident that
Audley will be fully qualified
to take over.
Already Howard says the
maintenance and health of the
animals are left completely to
Audley. When Howard
went away in October for two
and a half weeks Audley
managed beautifully as acting
head trainer. Howard will be
going away on vacation again
in September and again Audley
will act as head trainer.
Audley has plans to study
zoology and animal behaviour.
Mr. Johnson is generously I
prepared to give Audley leave
of absence and pay his
expenses if he goes away to
stdy. Alternatively Audlay
might stay right here and take
a correspondence course.
Howard and Curator Jim
Paridale (who has a B.A. in
Biology and Chemistry from
Northeastern University) will
be here to give him all the
help he needs,
This is a very important
course for Audley. As Howard
says "If you don't have a basic
knowledge of the various
animals you are going to be
working with throughout your
life you'll never be able to train
them to their fullest extent."
We all wish you the best of
luck, Audley, and like
Howard have every
confidence that you'll rise to
the heights In your chosen
deeree.e
ALPHA Kappa Alpha
sorority held a pool party
Saturday night attbe home of -
Nks. Ganville lain, Christie
Avenue, Stapledoit Gardens, to
asf their scholarship uamds.


The sororitris hoping to be
able to finance a Bahamian girl
for university studies abroad.
The 12-member club hosted
some 75 guests for an evening
of dining and dancing.

THE BEACH Inn at Paradise
Islad has become the


favourite cook-out spot for the
Toastmasters.
The First Bahamas branch
of that organization is planning
another one of those delightful
outdoor gatherings Sunday
from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Don't bother to bring
sandwiches, there'll be lots of
spicy native dishes to tantalize
the palate.
Proceeds from the cook-out
will go to the Toastmasters'
Youth Development
Programme.

ON FRIDAY evening the
Women's Corona Society held
a social evening at Government
House ballroom following their
annual general meeting.
The Women's Corona
Society has been active in
Nassau for a number of years.
The word "corona" means
"encircling" and the Corona
Society is a circle of good
neighbours round the world,
originally started in London
for the wives of civil servants
going overseas.
However it has long
exceeded its original purpose
and is now open to all women
who are interested in working
for greater understanding and
friendship through personal
contact and service.
The membership includes
many Bahamian women.
Traditionally the governor's
wife is president of the society.
After Independence Mrs. Milo


Butler, Sr. will preside over this
society as its president.
What has Corona
accomplished this year besides
its social objectives?
It has launched a project to
raise money to buy a blood
batik refrigerator for Princess
Margaret Hospital.
This was achieved by
holding a social evening for
members and friends, carol
singing at Christmas, a
bring-and-buy sale of articles
made by Corona's craft group
and various other small
functions and as Mrs. Coker,
the vice-president says, "big
efforts".
Corona has donated money
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students Audloy is the assistant trear at the Nassau Seafloor Aquarium.
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to buy prescription glasses for
aMlen from the Family
giMands, to provide wood for
samps to assist paraplegics in
S..d out of their homes, to
Scnvert the Red Cross bus to
accommodate wheel chairs, to
give gifts to the lepers at
w. Ckstmas, to provide a
rehabilitation toy for the
ldren at Sandilands, to help
i the Nicaragua disaster and to
Sbuy a gas stove for further
education at the Deaf Centre.
As well as monetary efforts
Most of Corona members are
committed to many charities
Sand give time and money
ungrudgingly.
Corona this year have been
asked and have found
volunteers to sell raffle tickets
on Bay Street, to help at the
Government House auction ior
the Mentally Retarded, the
Deaf Centre fair, the Red Cross
fair, Girl Guide cookie week,
Hurricane Relief, driving deaf
children from school, Salvation
Army teas, hospitality to
visiting naval personnel, the
Duke of Edinburgh Award
Scheme, hospital visiting and a
fund raising effort for a
primary school.
The social aspect of Corona
is promoted by holding
monthly meetings and weekly
groups such as tennis, keep fit,
craft and bridge, and members
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___ Lord Lambton resigns over sex scandal in


MR. and MrL. Tiftadre
Quant have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Joan Donna, to Mr. Iael D.
Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Alfred Sherman, Sr. of
Blue Hill Road.
The wedding will take
place on June 30 at Christ the
King Church. Ridgland Park.
The Rev. M. Bonaby will
officiate.
Insurance companies do not,
to my knowledge, have
different rates for Bahamians
and non-Bahamians and I
doubt that Bahamians are any
worse drivers than any other
group of people.
But maybe my informant
just got his story backwards -
let's hope so!
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cookbook. w SPORTSMANSHIP in our
cookbook, modern world is said by some
Corona membership now to be an outmoded virtue. But
stands at 132 strong. I witnessed no unpleasant
Some say thatsuch clubs incidents at the Bahamas
and societies are doomed and N a t i o n a Swimming
outdated,
Mrs. Coker replies: "Our Championships over the
ideals are establishing weekend.Wilfred Bastian who
ideal& 6are stabli theh10swam in the 1500 metreso -
friendships, working together swam the 1500 metres -pecial
and taking practical steps to stoe- earned spcas
meet evident needs- it will be mention He was some20 laps
a sad.day when these principles behind the winnert t he
are doomed and outdated". swam manfully on to Complete
Today Corona is still his gruelling 60 laps to come a
efaendig oteroa m iees otle well-deserved third.
expanding Old members leave, The spectators were
but new members join. Anyone especially amused by the
i.n te rested in joining need o une especially
congtatin them Steety do. nly young boy who was swimming
contact the Secretary, P. the 100 metres (4 laps of the
Box N.8716, Nassau. pool) who, at the end of two
***** laps stopped, looked up at his
Have you heard heard the latest time-keeper in horror and said
shaggy dog story (true) "I gotta swim four?" He
Bahamian style. Last week, so turned and complete the
spy informant tells me, three course.
young school boys one aged A Queen's College parent
five, the other two a little older was heard to observe that Q.C.
came upon a man who was students who didn't-belong to
threatening to "cut off" thea s ni club,' Ware
bTyhebuo prevailed on the Q. c. boasts a swimming pool,
man to refrain from doing this but no ropes. So how about it
by giving them the dog. Having Q.C. Let it never be said that
performed this act of charity for the sake of a rope the meet
the three boys turned to was lost!
practical matters. They tied a
cord around the dogs neck and CENSURED FOR RAFFLING
set about trying to sell the dog TOPLESS DANCER
in the Village Road area for STANFORD,. CALIFORNIA
* $1! Aas, they didn't find a (AP) A fraternity that raffled off
S u! Alas, they didn't find a topless dancer at a party has ben
buyer but one solicited censured and placed on a year'i
customer took the dog himself probation by Stanford Unlvenrity
to the Humane Society so offlclals.
Phi Delta Theta's party April 20
the story did end happily after which featured five to'lesa Apine


all.
I understand that there's a
cat rental fIrm In Freeport that
charges a deposit of $150 to
Bahamians and $50 to
non-Bahamians.
Asuming my information
to be correct the reason for
this discrimination has me
completely baffled.
I would think that as
Bahamians are accustomed to
driving in the Bahamas and as
there is little likelihood that
they'll skip town that if there
was to be any difference in
deposits it would be the other
way around?


from a nearby night club, "went
beyond the bounds of acceptable
behaviour," Associate Dean Lary
W. Horton said In a letter of
censure Tuesday.
An officer of the fraternity
admitted that a topless danier
named Debbie was raffled off to a
visiting high school pupil from
Dallas, but insisted that nothing
happened between them.
U.S. SUBMARINE STRIKES
BOTTOM, NO INJURIES
WASHINGTONf. MAY 23 (AP) -
The U.S. Navy said Wednesday the
nuclear powered attack submarine
struck bottom Tuesday and
suffered minor damage while
operating submerged off the Virgin
IWnnda.
There were no injuries among the
crew of 120 officers and enlisted
men, the Navy said.


LONDON (AF)- Briae'sh astoatic Royal Air Force uader
secntm y wase m ed of poeiig doiu ous drsgs Wedmeaioy
lgst, e-g day ueaw dptbg and oly h dars after contafet g he
ceuseoad wih a csill.
Prime Minister Edward casual acquaintance with a call
Heath, facing te country's girl and one or two of her
worst sex and security furor friends."
since the Protumo affair 10 FATHER OF SIX
years ap, came under Lambton went into hiding.
immediate pressure to aunch a Then the Attorney General's
judicial inquiry. The Profumo office said it had issued two
scandal caused the downfall of summonses against him for
the Conservative govemnrmt possession of marijuana and
of Prime Minister Harold amphetamines pep pills.
Maaemlan. Through his agent, Lambton
Heath was reported anxious quickly issued a new statement
to avoid any suggestion of a from "somewhere in
coveaup amid allegations of a Scotland," saying police came
VIP ring embracing to his home last Monday.
proetltution, pornography and "They appeared to believe I
drus was a heroin addict and asked
Informants said Heath to inspect the veins of my arms
personally ordered Scotland and legs," Lambton said. "I
Yard to investigate three weeks consented. They were
ago when he first was alerted unmarked.
to impropriety in high places. "They then asked to search
Lord Lambton, 50year-old my house. I willingly complied
Air Force under secretary at and showed them at once a
the defense department, small parcel of 'soft' drugs that
announced that he had quit his I had confiscated from a friend
post on Tuesday because of "a many months ago. They also


UK,is also charged with drugs


found some barbiturate pills
which I have had on and off on
prescription for 15 years.
"If I had any sense of guilt I
had ample time to hide the
things. I made no attempts to
do so."
The Attorney General's
office did not go into details of
the drugs accusation.
The London Evening News
said the Lambton case was
only "the tip of the iceberg."
The Evening Standard said a
number of politicians' names
had been given to Scotland
Yard, including that of another
government minister.
PORNO RACKETS
Names were reported to be
coming from a diary uncovered
by probes into pornography
rackets. The book was said to
contain information on a sex
ring and a leading model
agency.
Lambton insisted: "There
has been no high life vice ring,


no security leak, no blackmail
and, as far as I know, no
politician of any party is
remotely connected with these
events."
Heath promised a statement
in the House of Commons
Thursday.
He arrived smiling at a
Conservative Party Women's
conference Wednesday night
and ignored newsmen's
questions on whether another
member of his administration
was involved in vice inquiries.
Defense Minister Lord
Carrington, Lambton's boss
until the resignation,
accompanied Heath.
"No, I have nothing to say,
no comment," he snapped.
Lambton's wife Belinda, just
back from a vacation in Spain,
told newsmen she first learned
of her husband's resignation
from the family butler. She
said she was mystified.


Lambton, a Member of
Parliament for 22 years, then
headed north and vanished,
leaving behind a press
statement.
Lambton said that over "the
last few months" he "had a
casual acquaintance with a call
girl and one or two of her
friends."
Scotland Yard told him,
Lambton said, that the call
girl's husband had taken
compromising pictures of the
couple. "The husband had
tried to sell them to
newspapers, and the yard
wanted to know if the minister
had been blackmailed "
"I could only tell them I was
unaware of his (the husband's
existence," Lambton said.
"This is the sordid story.
There has been no security risk
and no blackmail and never at
any time have I spoken of any
aspect of my job.


"All that has happened is
that some sneak pimp has seen
an opportunity of making
money by the sale of the story
and secret photographs to
papers at home and abroad.
"I behaved with credulous
stupidity and consequently
have let down those I most
wished to please the Prime
Minister, the Conservative
Party, my electorate ... and my
family.
"All that I ask is for
criticism to be instantaneous
and not prolonged as, apart
from myself those who will
suffer most are those to whom
I should be offering
protection."
At Lambton's London home
in fashionable St John's Wood,
a woman who said she was one
of his five daughters told a
newsman: "Mother is sticking
by him. She is very upset and
sorry. This is a tragedy for
us.


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FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living.
dining, kitchen, utility room
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90 x 10.1 Nice
home In nice area. To view,
telephone 2.1722-3.
C9915


FOR SALE
T. AUQUSTINE RD- Near
Monastery 3 Bed 1 Bath
house with study or 4th
Bedroom. Asking $30,000 or
nearest offer.Mtg. Available.
BLAIR ESTATES Lovely 3
Bed 2 Bath house with family
room & study (4th Bedroom)
on large enclosed grounds.
Only $45,000.
FIVE UNIT APT. BLADG in
quiet residential Area.
Furnished. A/C. 100%
Occupancy. Income $1,130 per
mth. Coin operated
washing machine Price
$88,000.
MARATHON ESTATES Lot
60 x 100 $6,000


HEIGHTS- 2
lots fronting
Rd. 212 x 167 ....


SOUTH BEACH- Beach Front
lot 75 x 165 ..$10,000
GARDEN HitL. ESTATES-
Lots 60 x 100. All utilities
completed $6,000 ... $100
Down ... $120 per mth.
WEST-GROVE West Bay St.
& Coral Dr. large lot $40,000
IMPERIAL PARK Lots 95 x
100 ... all utilities ... Price
$8,300. 10% Down ... Balance
on Terms.
PINEWOOD GARDENS -
Lots $75 Down & $18.40 per
week.
CANTERBURY PARK -
Adjacent to Prince Charles
Drive InTheatre Lots 75 x 110
-$150 Down.
SEA BREEZE- One of
Nlides finet residential
6fas Lots 100 x 100 From

SM. SOUCI Attractive 3
g S Beth' house with
afgnd In back porch ...
Pice. $42,000.

CALL BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE
Ph. 21238 .24013
BERWIN HOUSE,
FREDERICK ST.
NASSAU
C9929
P.O. Box, N149 Neau
Phone 24H59 Day US979
4.154-Nfigt
SPECIAL UY
OF THE YAR
Duplex 2 2-bedroois, kltchden,
living and dining furnished.
Annual Income $5700.00

Large ommaIcla property -
Warehouse 2000 sq. ft.
Lot 75 xl100
I bedroom apart t
i edrom hose Good
Investment.
Commercial Bidg. -
e.treviK.. Sound Investment.
S.Annual

3 bidroom2 Avih lvlngroom.
dinng rem, alrcondttoned
hod.w all to wU carpet,
patlDo W BBG PIt.
S el DOOM, 2 bath. living
eom. dei, family room,
li-tcheo dining room, office,
lau1d6y, double carport, wall
to we capet, airconditloned.
Yard niely landscaped. See by
t nt only. BlaIr



r .0.: wall to wl
J sndry, ircoatiemd
S OOM b2 oth, living


0Wl-., f .~a ft.t rooms,
sWotn. wn, well to wall
A Ri oRoad.


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FOR SALE
Choice Beach property
Adelaide. Call 42458 evenings.
C9847
3 bedroom 1 both house with
adjoining income producing
efficiency apartment. Good
location. Price: $35,000.
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY Phone:
2-1178 or 5-5408 P. 0. Box
N-4648, Nassau.


C9681
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park --
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
central air-conditioned. To
.view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9907
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY offers good
Investment opportunity
attractively priced apartments
lots with good rental potential
near St. Andrew's School.
Reasonable terms or good cash
discount if required.
Large Bay Street property with
170 ft. frontage and
approximately 480 ft. deep.
For information and
appointment call 23921..
C9680
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout Unusual
opportunity. To view.
Telephone 2-1722-3.
C9937
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Live rent free, Income from
apartments will cover interest
payment. 2 bedroom 2 bath
cottage and 2 single bedroom
apartments in Tuckaway
Subdivision. Call 2-2738 from
9a.m. to5 p.m.


9939
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
June 8th, 1973 at 12 o'clock
Noon the following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of lend situate In the
Coconut Grove Subdivision
In the Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence and set out as
Lot Number Eight (8) in
Block Number Nine (9) on
the diagram or plan of the
said Subdivision filed In the
Department of hands and
Surveys- of the
Commonw0*ealth on the
Eighth day of August, A.D.
1944 and being Numbered
163 the said piece parcel or
lot of land being bounded
on the North by Bahama
Avenue on the said diagram
or plan and running thereon
One hundred and
TweMty-four (124) Feet on
the-East by Market Street on
the said diagram or plan and
running thereon Fifty (50)
Feet on the South by Lot
Number Seven (7) In the
said Block Number Nine (9)
on the said diagram or plan
and running thereon One
hundred and Twenty-four
(124) Feet and on the West
by Lot Number One (1) in
the said Block Number Nine
(9) on the said diagram or
plan now or formerly the
property of Fred Alfred
ScEvella and running thereon
SFifty (50) Feet.
Th. property Is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 5th day of
July, 1968 made between
Bahamian Times Limited of
the be part and The Bank of
Nova Scotia of the other part
and now of record in the
Regiltry of Records in the City
of NaIseu in the Island of New
Prmlntce In Volume 1301 at
,C J p resere priae and
or any person on Iis behalf to
bidto that prkice.
Terms 10% of the purchase
Pile. t the Vme of the sae
*<(_Jj_tein~itbpreof o


2 bedroom apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditloned. washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.

C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
inquire 4-2017.
C9899,
PRESTIGIOUS downtown
office space 3 rooms, 700 sq.
ft. Call 2-3041 or write c/o
Box N3709, Nassau.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished rooms.
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C964
4500 square teto, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
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,
airconditloned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C9910
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
completely furnished home,
Nassau East, near school.
Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.
C9911
2 ROOMS for rent 1 furnished
1 unfurnished at Roland and
Carteret Streets, Ridgeland
Park. Inquiries at pink stone
house on corner, ask for Lewis.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-;
C9624'
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment Centreville
near Z.N.S. Ring 5-8679 ask
for Mr. Pritchard.
C9931
ONE BEDROOM apartment,
furnished, airconditloned,
telephone, parking and laundry
facilities, conveniently located.
Phone 2-3029 or 3-2723.
C9921
ATTRACTIVELY fully
furnished 2 bedroom house,
private yard, South Beach.
$220.00 per month. water
Included. Phone 34586.

C9924
TWO. BEDROOM apartment
unfurnished nice location.
Tenwich Street, Shirley
Heights. Call Mr. Carey 5-3471.
C9833
X ROM JUNE 1st.
2 bedroom apartment,
completely furnished, master
T. V. antenna, washing
machine andI dryer on
premises. Blue Hill Road south
on block south of Soldier
Road. Telephone 23287.
C9946
STORE SPACE, East Street
south, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon. Phone 3-5350.
C9945
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350. _

I FOR SALE
C9868
10 pieces 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
C9869
APARTMENT size fridge -
Was $265. Now 225.
Apartment size stove Was
$2 Now $11?. O & R


FURNITURE OUTLET Wuiff
Road, next to Wong's Grocery
Store Phone 59600.

BIKE FOR SALE
200 cc Triumph Scrambler.
Phone Charles 32610.


all e-an Woman's
S ChMd' Wearing
Appareland Footwear now
going on at LEE'S
bPRTMNT 'STORE., on
Bey Street, opposite Maura

igel So in on these
eWceptionar valu swhilse they
teML


68 GMC V.6 TON
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
airconditionlng, radio, 73
Licensing spotless. $2300
O.N.O. Phone 51901 between
9 and 5.
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.
C9936
ONE 7% TON AIRCONDI-
TIONING (split) unit. In use
only 8 months like new.
Cost over $3,000. Will sell for
cash $1,600. Suitable for
restaurant, home or office site
etc. Call 2-2738 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.

CARS FOR SALE
C9941


at -


TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1967 BUICK RIVERIA -
$1000.00
Also available
1967 BUICK RIVERIA -
very clean $1000
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
- good condition $2400
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
big engine $3100
1971 DODGE AVENGER-


stick shift
1970 SINGER VOGUE
SEDAN- automatic
1970 SINGER VOGUE
S/W stick shift
1967 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN- white
1964 LINCOLN


$1150
$950
$1250

$400


CONTINENTAL white$1400
1967 CADILLAC SEDAN-
good buy $350
1972 VAUXHALL FERENZA-
blue, stick shift $2250
1967 MERCURY COUGAR-
green $1000
1969 FORD GALAXIE- i
reconditioned $1000
1971 DODGE AVENGER
- bargain $1500
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L-
good buy $2350.
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
1969CHEVY CAMARO-
reconditioned $1850
1960 FORD FALCON-
automatic $1200
1972 CHEVY NOVA-
2 door coupe $4400
1969 DATSUN S/W-
stick shift $800
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come In and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711
C99"
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER
1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTUK%--
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
- Auto. Blue $1850
1 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER-
Auto, Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIE -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA -. "
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1975 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, lue $3999
1969 %IHm n Hunter-
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Or. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC -
SAuto. $975
TRADER4Ni WELCOMED
Located Bkae Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7.8

BLUI 1971 PONTIAC
FIREBIRD 350 H.P
alrc Noned tape desck
BARG IN $3,000. Ralph
2-1530 Shfll Palm Tree Service
Statlel .

190"LIy UTH VALIANT
SItWT automatic
transmission power steering.
S one owner. Telephone
2.29M 0 Maswt l.R162272 Ii %.


1967 V.W. CAR, excellent
condition Sunshine roof. $700
(O.N.O.) Phone 57957 after
5:30 p.m.
C9880
LATE (November) 1968 Ford
Custom 4 door V8 engine
automatic transmission air
conditioned radio, power
steering licensed and insured
for 1973 one owner. Phone
222!6 or 42718 (After 6:00
p.m.)
C9918
ECONOCARS
Best used-car values, including
clean, low-mileage, late-model
vehicles.
1969 HILLMAN MINX,
4-door sedan, automatic $900
1967 ROVER, new paint
job, engine recently
completely overhauled $1,200
1969 FORD, automatic $800
1971 FORD CAPRI,
radio, air conditioned,
automatic $1,900
1969 TOYOTA
CORONA MARK II,
4-door, automatic,
radio $1,200
1969 TOSOTA CORONA,
automatic, radio,
air conditioned $1.100
1971 FORD CORTINA
STATION WAGON
airconditioned $2,400
1968 TOYOTA CORONA,
air conditioned, radio,
standard transmission,
right hand drive,
excellent condition $1,000
1967 FIAT G00D,
good condition $500
1966 FORD FLAT BED
TRUCK engine recently
overhauled $1,200
1971 TRIUMPH TOLEDO,
like new $1,600
1969 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL, air
conditioned, fully
powered, radio tape .$3,500
1969 TOYOTA CROWN,
air conditioned, automatic,
radio, one owner $1,600
1969 FORD CORTINA,
station wagon,
automatic $1,000
1971 TOYOTA COROLLA
automatic, raftio0 $1,800
1969 TRIUMPH 2000
4-door sedan, automatic
A-1 condition, low
mileage $1,500
ECONOMY CARS LTD.
Flat & Toyota Sales
and Service
Dowdeswell Street
P.O. Box N1382, Tel. 2-1322

PETS FOR SALE
C9947
FIVE pedigreed male Red
Setters, available immediately.
$200 each. Call 7-7737.

ENTERTAINMENT
C9917
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
will prewumt


"The Mary Widow"
at ae Dundas
Civi Ceate,
Saturday May 26th
Saturday, June 2nd.
Excluding SundI,
May 27th.
Excluding Sunday,
May 27th.
Box Office
open at the
Perfume Bar
Beaumont Arcade.
Bay St.
Telephone: 2-8913
for reservations.



C9905
HOPEDALE CENTRE
A private remedial school for
with spec. s.
Rirded. w tspalisghvlour
and speech ptlenes, slow
learners.)
Now accepting limited
enrollment for September
term.
Qualed teacherWs.
Inquiries Invited.
Phone 38492 or write P. 0.
Iaea N*ta eMam.,


PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone -2371.
C9903
23 Foot Formula with twin
120 Mercrulser 1/0 In excellent
condition. Phone 54512.
C9884
24 FOOT FIBRA two-berth
cruiser. 150 H.P. sterndrlve,
just completed $3000 refit.
Depth ometer, 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.
C9927
16ft. FIBREGLASS SKIFF,
1971 33 H.P. Motor, trailer,.
extras. $800 (O.N.O.) Phone
57957 after 5:30 p.m.
C9944
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.
CHRIS. CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES
23 foot Formula with twin 120
h.p. Mercruisers. Both engines
and outdrives just overhauled:
Many extras $5900.00.
35 foot Chris-Craft flybridge
sport fisherman completely
equipped. Twin Chris 200 h.p.
engines, generator, air
conditioning and much more
$16000.00.
43 foot Alglass double cabin
flybridge diesel cruiser. An "As
new boat that is superbly
equipped. Seen by
appointment. Duty paid. Price
on request.
19 foot Aquallft fibreglass
runabout with 200 h.p.
Interceptor. Very fast. Asking
$1800.00 or reasonable offer.

AT THE DIVE SHOP
Swim and Ski. Come and see
our lines of Ladles' Bikinis,
Men's Tank Suits, Children's
Swim Bands, Ski Belts, iUfe
Vests, Lilo Floats, Skils and
TOw Ropes.
DIVERSI Do you have, your
under-water pressure gauge?
Now considered a diving. See
our new model with Depth
Gauge built in. Also many
other Depth Gauges, Wrist
Compasses, and other valuable
accessories at -
NASSAU'S COMPLETE
DIVE SHOP
P.O. Box NtI"$
Telephone 24869

C9943
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
58311.,



C9934
Make your Summer Vacation
profitable and enjoyable. Take
along a Treasure Master Metal
Detector. For details call
2.3921.

C9942
WOULD Clyde J. Miller please
contact Foxdale Limited
Office urgently. Phone 2-2113.

C9906
SHOPKEEPERS and bargain
hunters please note the
following may be viewed by
calling 23921.
1 A selection of clothing
items of well known name
brand.
2. 362 assorted flower pots
and additional garden
ornaments.
3. A selection of PUTA
Vases, candle holders etc.
4. A quantity of assorted
styles of sunglasses.
5. Double sided mirrors.
6. A large quantity of
factory made doors and
parts for cabinets and
other trimming material.
7. Other miscellaneous
items.


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C7384
JOB TITLE: STEeL.
FABRICATORS (four)
MINIMUM EDUCATJONs
Good basic educatTro
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE, 5
years experience In steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES
Read and. follow structural
steel detail drawings, out and
weld. in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


SOCIAL HOSTESS/HOTEL
NTWRPRTER, Mudt have
wo lengumge iprfeably
Prmechan rm Apply to
Jdf 21ts,1Holowinrn.
C90
We require for Ist September
1973 a TEACHER with at least
one years experience in a
Montsaort Scheol. Minimum
requirements are four B.C.E.
"0" levels M and a Diploma In
the Monesorr Method of
Education for 2% *- 5 year
olds. Pleas apply In writing to
Infant Education Centr, Box
$196, Nassau.
C9882
CARPER OPPORTUNITY for
senior clerk with good
command of English and
ability to communicate. Under
supervision, successful
applicant will be required to
prepare sports, compile
statistics etc. Age requirement
20 26. General office
experience required. At least
one reference to accompany
application which should be
directed to: Adv. C9182, c/o
The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas.
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES;
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9919
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
with knowledge of higher
Accountancy needed. Apply
with complete resume and
photograph to H. 0. Marren
and Company Ltd., P. 0. Box
63, Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
TELEPHONE: 9-2961 or
9-2934.
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::.
C9933
AUTO Bodymen required at
GIbsOn's Body & Fender
Repair Shop, Carmlchael Road.
Call Glbfn 28896.
C9928
PLANCOM LIMITED,
Treasure Cay Abaco, require a
husband and wife team to
manage a 150 unit
condominium development
recently erected. Suitable
applicants would be required
to have colle level educton
or equivalent with knowledge
of accounting and managerial
training essential. Would be
required to reside at Treasure
Cay, Abaco and be responsible
for operating Rental Lease
Pool, supervise staff,
maintenance etc. Salary
according to experience and
qualifications.
Contact. Plancom Limited, C/o
P. O. Box N3229, Nassau.



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


EXPERIENCED llve4n miid
required for large family inr
Montagu Heights area. For
further Information call Mrs,
Knowles 3-2659

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EXECUTIVE SECRETARY,
We are always looking for very
best talent In Bahamas. Must
have minimum 5 years.
experience, 70 w.p.m. typing,:
120 shorthand. Only well.
seasoned, mature persons need
aply.
Etienne Dupuoci Jr..
Publications Phone 3-6666.

STI D SE' ICES
L9636



tokorsgo Ltd.
Mackay Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795,2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C9635
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters;
,for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.
C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
OSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.
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 delivery For
service call: NASSAU 51901
MIAMI 758-5597.
C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdaswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. O. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service
C9801 -i
USED FURNITURE WANTED
Contact O&R FURNITURli
OUTLET, Wuiff Road Eastj
next to Wong's Grocery
Telephone 5-9600. i
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
C8107
TIRSOED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO TEL: 51071-2-3-4.


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CLASSIFIED
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GENERAL LABOURERS (6)
iMust be able to do general
cleaning for large hotel and
.1her labouring class work.
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.g Monday through Friday.
ion Martin, Jr., Personnel
Director.

| WUTED

6 GIRLS WANTED TO
PREPARE, COOK AND
IERVE INDIAN DISHES.
TELEPHONE 27 WEST END
OR WRITE TO P. 0. Box 6,
WEST END.
C73ff
Interested in buying for cash,
Bahamian stamp Collection or
part of. Phone Freeport
av.5452.


IKLP FlNTES
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
INI MUM EDUCATION:
btood Basic Education
MIlNIMUM EXPERIENCE:
440l years
,?OUTIES/RESPONSIBILIT'ES:
Lay out work, set up and
,operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
ytolerances and specified
4,inished. Use precision
measuringg instruments and
Wperforms any dismantling,
pfltting or assembly work
:!required for plant maintenance
bwr construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
.,CONTACT: Personnel
,cDepartment, Bahama Cement
'Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
.Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
I(PAIRMAN
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..
C7384
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four),
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
$'ears experience in steel lay
out a'nd welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read. and follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
'Weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
-C7396
Appointment vacant next
month CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
for Company in Grand
Bahama. Must be A.C.A., or
C.P.A., or equal.
ResponsilWfi'tiS wll' include
the production to management
nt monthly reports and
quarterly accounts etc., the
supervision of a staff and the
day to day running of the
accounts department. The
successful applicant will be
required to produce and
Implement ideas to increase the
qfficiency of his department
and to assist and advise
management in accounting and
,allied matters.
Apply- in own handwriting to
Electrical Utilities Co. Ltd.. P.
0. Box F-170, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C7395
RESIDENT GOLF
PROFESSIONAL: Must have
high school education, to be
Assistant to the Golf Director.
Must be able to run the Golf
Shop in the absence of the
Director. Must also be able to
give lessons on the Golf Course
and be familiar with Golf
Producers.
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. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
C7392
GENERAL PLUMBER (1):
Most have high school
education, read all phases of
plans, install all phases
Kcorrectly for health and
Sanitation reasons, know cost
both labour and material from
price list, know gas and water,
electrical panel control,
sieeving for the lines.
Knowledge of swimming pool
wbrk, boiler work, heat
exchange, hot water systems
-including balancing. Must
know house pumps and hot
water circulation pumps,
material take off. Must be able
to get along with people.
Certified licence and references
required.


and past salary to: C. E.
Ambrister, Personnel Officer,
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. P. 0. Box F.2435,
Freeport,Grand Bahama.
C9634
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants. hae
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountanth in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates wil be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhous &
Co.; P. 0. Box F.2415,
Freeport. Bahamas.


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7400
AUTOMOTIVE
ACCOUNTANT required for
General Motors Dealership,
minimum 5 years experience In
automotive accounting.
General certificate of
education, knowledge of
General Motors procedure and
financial statements. Previous
banking experience an asset.
Apply: Five Wheels of Grand
Bahama Ltd., Telephone
352-7001.
C7398
1-TUNED PERCUSSIONIST.
Must be able to sight read and
arrange professional show
music, be proficient in playing
percussion instruments and
have at least three years
experience. Good refetnces
and Police Certificate required.
1-PIANO PLAYER. Must be
able to sight read and arrange
professional show music, be
proficient in playing the piano
and have at least three years
experience. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
Applicant must apply In person
to: El Casino, P. 0. Box
F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
"C9647
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates
nust have had experience in a
professional accountant's
office and must be In
possession of at least
University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certified Accountant.
Applicants should apply in
writing to the Staff Partner,
Price Waterhouse & Co. P.O.
Box F*2415, Freeport,
Bahamas.
C7401
TECHNICIAN AIR-CONDI-
TJONING capable of
maintenance/repair all types
from window to largest central
units. Certificate of proficiency
and significant experience
required.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited. P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30c Kipling
uHtding, t Freeport, "Grand
Bhhama. *'
C7402
1-CHEF SAUCIER (Sauce
Chef). A minimum of 3 years
experience in first-class hotels
and restaurants. Knowledge of
preparation of sauces for
French Cuisine required.
References and Police
Certificate required.
1 CHEF TOURNANT. A
minimum of 3 years experience
in first-class hotels and
restaurants. Must relieve at all
stations in the kitchen .
Knowledge of preparation of
International cooking required.
References and Police
Certificate required.
Applicant must apply in person
to: Personnel Department, El
Casino, P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C7403
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
Required by an Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. High school
education with 3-4 years
advanced education in
accounting or college degree.

prepares accounting statements
and reports, forecasts profits,
analyzes profit changes,
establishes and keeps records
on various financing activities,
co-ordinates flow of funds,
administers loan agreements.
Performs cost accounting and
assists in various complex
accounting matters.
Co-ordinates supply sales and
accounting for all marketing
operations concerning. marine
and industrial lubes and
aviation fuels. Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting with
emphasis on financial and cost
accounting. Petroleum
accounting experience Is highly
desirable. Only Bahamians will
be considered.

Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience


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By DAL CURTIS I


`Q TN W GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
to wind up whatever new plans or new methods
you have been setting in modtci and to search out from
whatever sources are available anggthing that can help you do
your job more efficiently. Try- to let involved in some
electronics.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) 'Wind up all those odds and
ends of jobs that have accumulated and get everything in order
around you. Thoughtfulness of friends caff do much to make
them happier. The evening is beit spent at home.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20() Get that crafty person to
keep out of your way and keep fkusy at the career duties that
are yours so you have greater benefits through precision.
Handle credit matters wisely. Dob nothing that can spoil your
reputation.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 221b Rise above the worldly and
get into the realm of lofty think ing so you can advance both
spiritually and materially. A letter you receive gives you fine
information you have long wantnid. Avoid the social in p.m.
MOON CHILDREN (Jume 221 to July 21) Get into more
modern systems that can assist y-ou to meet present problems
of life better. Please mate by doaii the small errands that are
desired. Avoid one who wastes your time gossiping in p.m.
Read.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2 1) Ge-t into policy affairs with your
partners and have a far better arrangement for the days ahead.
Be sure your facts are correct where some civic work is
concerned. Avoid troublemakers-
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22:b Show that you have real skill
in handling your particular job and you gain the approval of
bigwigs who are watching your operations closely. Being more
cooperative with a fellow work brings right response. Think.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Perfect some hobby today in
your spare time and feel happier with it. Do only those tasks
that are important. Being with persons who are exhilarating
can certainly lift your spirits nowv.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 1) You have much work to do
at home, so stop procrastinating, and t at it early. Keep those
appointments also and get- such matters behind you
intelligently. Use tact with every-one for best results.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 tc Dec. 21) Handle your work
with skill and persevere so y rou get the finest results and
benefits from it. Don't forget to take care of that
correspondence, and of any transportation matters, also.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 tc: Jan. 20) Study your budget
carefully so you know what yoww true position is and can act
accordingly. Make plans for repaiks to real estate you own and
add to its value. Avoid one who has an eye on your assets.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Wteb. 19) Take the time for
Improving both health and appearance so you appeal to othe- s
more and can accomplish core. Plan how to have more
enjoyment with good friends- Show you are an outgoing
person.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to N ar. :20) Getting busy at all those
accumulated tasks is fine, otherwise you really get all mixed
up later on. Take time to heI. those who are less fortunate.
Show you are a kind and generous person.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORI'm TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people with plenty of energy
and willingness to work at whatever most interests him or her,
and will get into all the detail to make the work pluperfect.
Be sure to give as fine a modIem education as you can, but
based on the old tried and true principles for best results.
Stress moderation in dress meary and teach to swim, ride
horseback, play golf, etc. Gives chance to choose own religion.
The Stars impel, they do rnot compeL" What you make of
your life largely up to YOU!


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


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volleyball title, unbeaten

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
SHER "DETERMINATION AND THE WILL TO EXCEL"
cared Western Dtvsion Senior Boys Champions Prince William
igh to their fifth consecutive volleyball championship and
their fourth year undefeated yesterday following their 15-2,
15-2, and 15-12 victory over Eastern Division Champions St.


Auustine's College.
"I think we did remarkably
well seeing that we were
handicapped by not having a
court to practise on,"
commented Prince Will's coach
Caiwell Thompson. Of his
team, coach Thompson said,
"they really ran it as a good
team should ... and showed the
spirit that was good for the
youngsters."
Played at the A. F. Adderley
Gym, S.A.C. won the toss and
elected to serve but being up
against the seasoned veterans
got off to a trailing start as
Leslie Cartwright, Alpheus
Forbes and Freddie Mackey
saw Prince Will to a 9-0 lead.
D. Dean and G. Thompson
combined well with G. Mills to
produce S.A.C.'s only two
points as Prince Will came back
strongly with the serving of
David Bullard and spiking of
Cartwright to lead 1-0.


Stndng


AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. GB
New York 20 20 .500 -
Detroit 20 20 .500 -
Milwaukee 18 20 .474 1
Baltimore 17 19 .472 1
Bost 16 20 .444 2
Cleveland 18 23 .439 2%
West Division
Chicago 23 13 .639 --
Califenia 21 16 .568 2%
KanUaM City 23 19 .548 3
Mlnesots 20 17..541 3%
Oakland 22 19 .537 3%
Texas 12 24 .333 11
Wednesday's Results
Boston 85 Mwasukee 3
New York 6 Detroit S
Chcago 5, alforn 3
Mineaota 8, Kansas City 6
Cleveland at Baltimore, ppd, rain
Texas 6 Oakland 8
Tuesday's Results
Oakland 4, Texas I
California 2
rwitSKoasCity 7
New York 7, Detroit 2
h0g eoe 4, seaton
Clveland Baltimore 3
i Today's Games
Mlwaukee (Champlon 0.2) at
Boston Lee 3-1), 1:30 p.m.
'California (Rys 6-3) at Chicago
(Wood 10-3). 2:15p.m.
Cleveland (WUcox 3-0 and Bosman
24) at Baltimore (Cuellar -5 and
Alexander 40), 5:30 p.m.
New York (Medlch 3-1)at Detroit
( 2-5 p.m.
S (Duago 4-3) at
Minnesota (yevn 4-6), 9 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Chaok 24 17 .sa85 -
New ork 19 17 .528 2%
PIttsburgh 16 18 .471 4%,
Montreal 16 19 .457 S
Phlad1lphia 15 24 .385 a8
St.LLout 1324 .351 9
West DivBioL
San Francico 28 17 .622 -
Cucinnati 25 16 .610 1
Houston 26 18 .591 11
Los Asgp s 24 17 .585 2
Adfata 16 23 .410 9
Se DiseO 18 27 .357 11%


astmsco t Atlanta ppd., wet
b hast Phiadelphia, ppd.,
San DIdgo 4 Los Angeles 3
Teaday's Results
.Los Anlre SSan Diego I
CaehlaMi 6, oustron 4
oSa c Franehco 7, Atlanta 3
ISt i 5, New York 3
M tl cao 3, 11 inning
Today's Games
.. DMn P o (aur 4-4) at Atlanta
so WS at 5-3) at lwse
a APe h3-2), 1 p.m. ,


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SENIOR BOYS Volleybal
Champions for the fifth
consecutive year have not lostFormer heavyweig
a game In four years, Prince
Williams High (above)
yesterday stopped Eastern u
Division Champions St. erry han s
Augustine's College 15,2. 15-2
and 15-12. Prince Will is now
seeking more experience in the
B.V F.'s night league. By GLADSTONE THURSTON
CIVIC-MINDED FORMER TWICE HEAVYWEIGHT
l J N CHAMPION of the Bahamas Bert Perry, after six years in the
HEERf f1INSIiSN game, has decided to hang up his golden gloves and utilize his
VA PiiaNe aa Balam a as boxing experience in the coaching of amateurs.


The poor digging, setting
and spiking of S.A.C. in the
first set was much improved.
However, the blocking of
Arlington Wright and Torrance
King held off S.A.C's surging
forwards and ran to a 3-0 lead
off Forbes' service. This was
followed by Mackey and King
who moved the champions to
an 8-0 lead.
Dean, producing a hard top
spin service, again gave S.A.C.
two points but Prince Will took
them back to lead 10-2
0. Dean and H. Mills gave S.
Thompson and G. Mills some
good spiking opportunities but
this was only good for side
outs and with the spiking of
Bullard coming alive, Prince
Will coasted to a 2-0 lead.
Whatever coach Dalton
Foster told his team it sure
showed in the third set and
S.A.C. coming to life following
good services by J. McIntosh
went ahead 4-0 before serving
into the net.
Cartwright brought Prince
Will two behind when S.A.C.'s
blockers Thomas, Mills and
Rahming began to triple up on
Bullard effectively. The
veterans however showed skill
and set on the far side of
Bullard to King as they tied up
at eight all.
Following two mistakes by
Wright a smash in the net
and one out of bounds -
S.A.C. moved ahead 10-8.
S.A.C. further enjoyed another
lead when they threatened at
12-10. However, following a
time out, Cartwright and
Forbes came to life with some
good smashes while Mackey
was serving and Prince Will
went on to win 15-12.
Looking into next year,
coach Thompson said that they
will be retaining among other
members of the team Wright,
Forbes and King from the
starting line up and with
facilities to practise again they
can be a terror in the league.
Special thanks went to Mrs.
Hanna, head mistress of
McPherson High, who allowed
them to use McPherson's court
for practice and home games.
11 ATHLETES TO
U.S. FOR RELAYS
A TEAM of eleven athletes from
the Pioneers Sporting Club headed
by marathon champion Derek
Cambridge leaves for Miami Dade
Junior College, Coral Gables
Saturday where they will compete
in the Miami North Western Relays.
The competitors and the events
each competes in are: Walter
Callender 220 yds and 100 yda,
Peter Skinner 100 yds and 440
yds, Michael Cooper 440 yds and
880 y4s, Winston Roberts 880 yds,
Kenneth Roberts 440 yds and
880 yds. Leslie Turnquest triple
Jump and 440 yds, David Parker -
Triple Jump and 100 yds, Spence
Finlayson long jump and triple
jump. Edward McPhee 580 yds
and 1760 yds, Mark Williams 220
yda and 440 yds, and Derek
Cambridpge 880 yds.


VOLLEYBALL ACTION
BAHAMAS Volleyball Birds are tied with one win and one
Federation action moves to the loss each.
Garfunkel Auditorium this evening Wardrobe, who showed signs of
when Coco Cola Jets take on dominating the Islander's League
Paradise Birds la the first game at when they stopped the Police
7:00 o'clock. Both the Jets and the Royals last week, play Cold Front


Perry, with only four pro fights
to his credit, took the heavyweight
title from the present champ
Boston Blackle in 1969. Six months
later saw Boston in the return bout
regain the title which he held for
over a year. Perry however, after a
few International bouts got a
rematch with Boston and again
took the title via a ninth round
knockout.
Boston, following the
championship loss, returned to
cycling and Perry successfully
defended his title for over a year
before present light heavyweight
champ Baby Boy Rolle came on the
scene and handed Perry an eighth
round knockout. This made Rolle a
double champion and sent Perry
into pro-retirement.
Returning to the ring late last
year, Perry gained a fourth round
technical knockout over Floridian
Gene Idelette. Perry's aspirations of
a successful return were short lived
and in March of this year he
received a fractured jaw following a
fourth round technical knockout at
the hands of Johnny "Hud"
Hudgina.
"I was only fighting for
prestige," commented Perry on
Tuesday following the
announcement of his retirement. "I
forgot about fighting for the
championship of the world a long
time ago.
DOCTOR'S ADVICE
"As far as my broken Jaw is
concerned, I was told that It can
happen again and if It happens
again it can be twice as hard to
heal," he said, explaining that 'such
advice came from his doctor. Perry
said that It was his personal
decision to stop boxing as his
doctor Informed him that it would
be another year before he would be
able to fight again. A year would
afford quite a setback.
During his years in boxing, Perry
has often associated himself with
the Amateur Boxing Association of
which he is a founder-member.
Actually, Perry's introduction to
competitive boxing was on the
amateur scene when in 1968 he
competed in the New York Golden
Gloves tournament. He reached the
semi finsis.
"I will be putting a lot of my
time into coaching the amateurs,"
said Perry, a Royal Bahamas police
officer. "There are a lot of
youngsters who don't have
anything to do but they like
boxing. I thing It is a good
pastime."
Having been with the A.B.A.
since Its formation in 1970, "I
think we improved more tabn other
associations because in a matter of
two years, we had representatives
for the Olympics," commented
Perry. "A man like Nathanial
Knowles (Bahamas Olympic
representative) can best any fighter
from light heavyweight down
within five rounds. He and Gary
Davis (another Olympic
representative) deserve much more
credit than what they have been
getting before."
NO EASY ROAD
The road was not quite easy for
the 3'29-yuear-old retired champ and
although he was on the boxing
sent from the time he was
fourteen years old it was not until
he was twenty-thre that he got his
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N1.3 IN IUNE1
WORD FROM the Miami Beach
Gym has It that ndmiddleweight
Sherwin Johnson is "a vastly
improved fighter." Johnson has
been in Florida for more than a
week training hard for his main
event against Windell Spencer of
Jamaica. Johnson and the third
ranked Jamaican middleweight
clash in a ten rounder June 1 at the
Nassau Stadium.
Further reports state that
Johnson has created a fine
impression, surprising all of his
sparring partners who include
Marcel Clay, Nat King and Bahanma
Welter champ Efisha Obed, with his
strength and ruggedness.
He will have to be in superb
condition because Spencer like
Johnson is a hard, and punishing
hitter. At 25, Spencer Is near his
prime, having a deciding edge in
experience over his twenty-year-old
opponent. Spencer, a top amateur
before turning pro is only a year or
two away from champion Bunny
Sterling and Roy Lee who are
ahead of him.
Spencer has lost only one of his
last ten fights a split decision he
dropped to Willie Yap fifteen
months ago. However, he erased
that blemish on March 31 when he
won a tough but unanimous
decision over Yap in Kingston. To
add considerable lustre to his
victory, Spencer floored his
opponent on two occasions. Yap
was hard pressed to stay the
distance.
BIG IMPROVEMENT
Sherwin Johnson on the other
hand has come on strongly after his
valiant but losing effort against
Sugar Cliff in 1971. Most observers
thought he beat Cliff but that did
not help. However, It served notice
that Johnson was a fighter to
reckon with. After the Cliff fight he
lost and won from tough Kid
Nassau, stopped K. 0. Grant in
seven and outpointed John Williams
In February to earn a shot at
Rennie Pinder's middleweight title.
The title bout was twice postponed
due to injuries to Pinder the last
time indefinitely.
At Twenty, Johnson has a
tremendous future ahead of him
and is now showing the great
potential reminiscent of past
middleweight stars like George
Knowles, Yams Bahama and
Gomeo Brennen.
The promoters Coakley/Malaklus
Enterprisas, who have brought the
local fans many great boxing
preantatlotns, promises to provide a
memorable evening at the Nassau
Stadium. The Johnson/Spencer
programme will be under the
patronage of the Hon. Arlington
Butler, Speaker of Parliament and
preddent of the Bahamas Olympic
Aasociation. He will head an array
of prominent sports personalities
planmini to attend.


PABST PEARLS, the
Bahamas' 1972 Ladies
Champions take on St.
Bernards, the second place
finishers in the Arawak League
Sunday at the Southern
Recreation Grounds kicking
off the 1973 New Providence
Softball Association's series.
Competition begins following
the opening ceremonies at I
p.m.
In the second game,
defending men's champions
Paradise Island clash with the
Tribune Blazers.
The Pabst team will be out
to duplicate their 1972
performance when they
completed the regular series
with an unblemished record.
However, one of the mainstays
of the Pabst team, Cheryl
Turnquest, who did an
excellent defensive job behind
the plate and also gave fine
performance with the bat has
left to join the newly formed
Del Jane team. Replacing
Turnquest in the Pabst line up
will be Eleanor McMinnis who
has gone over from a similar
position with the St. Bernards
team.


The prospects for St.
Bernards in the coming season
does not seem to look
anywhere as bright as they did
in 1971 or '72. In addition to
McMinnis, two key players -
Patsy Taylor and Cynthea
Moxey have left. Taylor an
.outfielder and Moxey, the hard
hitting third-baseman and
former captain of St. Bernard
have both joined the Del Jane
team.
The Blazers, narrowly
defeated by Pabst in the ladies
championship series should
once more prove a force to
reckon with. Add the
Centreville Sisters and the
Heineken Stars to the teams
already mentioned and the list
should contain the 1973
champion. However, looking at
it from behind the plate, it
would seem that when all the
dust has died down, Pabst
pearls will be safely home.
Predictions regarding the
men's teams in this coming
series is difficult or even
impossible. Sheraton Eagles,
one of the toughest teams, in
the Majestic League for a
number of years, will not be
seen in the coming series.
Sonesta Beach, BaTelCo,
Deltec Banking, Post Office,
Fort Fincastle and the Ministry
of Education have also fallen
by the wayside.
A number of new teams
have entered the series and
with these have come different
faces.
Paradise Island who defeated
Taylor Industries for the
Association's Championship
and went on to win the
Bahamas Softball
Championship with two
straight victories over the Rock
Sound Heroes, will be without
the services of a number of key
players, particularly Eddie
Ford. Ford and a number of
former Islanders have joined
the St. Michael's Sporting Club
and will be wearing that club's
colours during this season.
The Ministry of Works team
which lost only one game they
played last year (the other
losses were by default) has
made some addition to their
roster and should be a strong
contender.
Golden Glades rookies in
the 1972 competition have
pined the services of Foster
Bethel and this strengthening
of their pitching staff should
be a great asset to the team.
As a result of these changes,
competition in the men's
league will be stiffer than ever
before and the Ministry of
Works will have to put out
extra effort to come out on
top.


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
CENTRE FIELDER ANTHONY HUYLBR collected three hitg
during his three times at bet, scored one sad knocked nla two a
Becks Bees behind the six hit pitching of Don Taylor defeated
Schlitz Bme 7.2 during the second game last night at the Q.EJ.C4


SCHLITZ BEER"
A. Smith 3 0 0
Ud W C 5 4 1


Lockhart 3 0 1I
Eneas 2 I 0
Bain 3 0 I 0
K. Smith 3 I 1 0
Burrows 2 0 1 0
Johnson I 0 0 0
Roberts 3 0 I 1
Simon 2 0 0 0
Murray I 0 0 O
SAINTS-JETS TIE
John Adderley picked ap a t.I
rbl single in the sixth and fl
nning and pinch hitter Benny hah
added another after he was walked
as Del Jane Saints In a final effort
to keep their winning strk alive
sent their match against Jet Set Into
overtime last night following a
three all tie after regulation tine
had expired. This game will be
completed when they both meet
sgain.
Short stop Sidney McKinney's
sac fly In the top of the third sent
Richard Brooks home for Jet Set's
lead off run. Centre fielder Bernard
Burrows clipped a two rb single in
the fourth giving the Upeetters a
3 tEAGUE STANDINGS

Big Q Market 19 4
Becks Bees 16 8
Jet Set 14. 9
Del Jane 13 11
Schlitz Beer 13 13
Paradise Island 12 11
Bahama Blenders 7 17
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Also pacing the offence was
second baseman Sonny Haven
who got three hits during his
three official times at bat and
scored two put outs and two
assists.
Working the seven innings
route and picking up the loss
was Godfrey Fneas. Facing 33
Bees, Eneas struck out five
walked one and gave up 13
hits.
Taylor who also worked the
route for the winners struck
out eight of the 27 he faced
and walked two. He pitched
shutout ball until the bottom
of the fourth when centre
fielder Anthony Roberts
picked him up for a two rbi
triple.
Batting first, Becks in the
first two innings outhit Schlitz
3-2 before rallying in the third
for a 2-0 lead. Both Huyler and
Gilbert Moncur scored rbi's on
a single and a sac fly
respectively. Huyler drove in
Haven who got on with a single
and stole second and Moncur
drove in Willie Knowles who
also got on with a single and
stolen second.
Taylor gave up his first walk
to Eneas in the bottom of the
fourth. Eneas was later joined
on base by third baseman
Keith Smith who got his sole
hit on the single. With two
down, Roberts picked up
Taylor's one strike pitch for a
triple deep into centre driving
in Eneas and Smith.
. Becks however returned in
the fifth and moved ahead 4-2
on an error and Taylor's rbi. It
was a throwing error on the
second baseman that scored
Fred Taylor. Taylor singled
and stole second. Huyler's in
field hit his second in as
many times at bat paid off
when Lenny Taylor shot an rbi
single into left driving him
home.
The Bees making use of a
two base error and Huyler's
second rbi put the topping on
their victory with a three-run
sixth inning.
Defensively for the Bees,
Lenny Taylor at first collected
five put outs and catcher
Vianny Jacques had six. Four
assists came from Fred Taylor
at third and three from Don
Taylor.
For Schlitz it was Simon
with seven put outs.
BECKS BEES
ab r h rbi
Turner S 1 1 0
Haven 3 2 3 0
F. Taylor 4 I 1 0
Knowles 4 2 1 0
Hmnes 1 0 1 0
Huyler 3 1 3 2
Moncur 2 0 0 1
L. Taylor 3 0 2 1
Jacques 4 0 0 0
D. Taylor 4 0 1 0
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PRESTIGE has run out and
the fear of reinjuring his
broken jaw has forced former
twice heavyweight champ of
the Bahamas, Bert Perry, Into
retirement.
Pratt, an ex-heavyweight champ,
that introduced him to the game.
Perry made his pro debut In 1969
in New England where he recorded
a 31 seconds first round knockout
over his opponent.
Being a heavyweight, Perry said
that he found it difficult to train in
the Bahamas as there were not
sufficient sparring partners. As he is
a police officer it was almost
Impossible to get time off and go
abroad to train. Actually, the last
time he had the opportunity to
sparr with a competent
heavyweight was three years ago
with freddie Williams of New York.
Always an advocate of sincerity
among Bahamian athletes, "I would
like to ee the Bahamas push their
athletes further," he said. "In view
of the last Baby Boy/Bobby Lloyd
match, I don't want the people to
think that the boxing world has
come to an end. If they were with
Baby Boy when he beat me, Gomeo
Breanen and Johnny Hudgins, I
don't see any reason why they
should turn away from him now.
"It' just a bad decision. It
happens in every country of the
world. I'm pretty sure that this
experience in boxing will make the
people more Involved In boxing so
as not to let it happen again."
Perry must be lauded for his
achievement in boxing in the
Bahamas. With a fourteen and six
record, he has had far Ies fights
than any other Bahamian
Champion. "As far as the Bahamas
is concerned, I believe that I have
reached the highest peak," said
Perry.
Although he wps not quite
popular with many fans, Perry still
had quite a gathering and to those
"I did pay best and I want them to
realize that," he said. "I want the
fans to reaped me more now as a
man."


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