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. VO.IXX. No. 156 Friday, May 25. 1973. Price: 15 Cent.
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'WE WON'T BE SATISFIED TILL HE'S BACK ON JOB

WITHOUT FEAR OF VICTIMISATION' SAYS UNION CHIEF


BaTeCo


negotiate


union


won't


until action


against unionist lifted

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE BATELCO BRANCH OF THE BAHAMAS PUBLIC SERVICES UNION will not negotiate new wages for
BaTelCo staff until the matter of branch vice chairman Vance Major's suspension by management "is cleared up to


our satisfaction," a union spokesman declared today.


B.E.C. UNION

SETTLE 5-MONTH

WAGE DISPUTE
THE BAHAMAS Electricity
Corporation's management and
the BEC union have settled
their five-month-old wage
dispute, but both sides have
now filed disputes with -
Labour Ministry over the
freedom of union shop
stewards to conduct union
business during working hours.
A meeting with Labour
Minit officials to discuss the
dispute has been scheduled for
Monday morning, according to
Mr. Dudley Williams, president
of the Bahamas Engineering,
Fuel, Service and Allied
Workers' Union.
Mr. Williams said the crux of
the dispute is that management
wants -writteftainto'"4tle new
contract- anew provision that
union shop stewards must
obtain prior permission from
their supervisors before taking
time off from their jobs to
conduct union business.
Describing the proposal as
"foolishness," Mr. Williams
said "the supervisors don't take
orders from the union on
management business so shop
stewards shouldn't take orders
from supervisors on union
business."
NOTICE
Mr. Williams said he filed
notice of the dispute with the
Ministry today. Management
did so earlier in the week.
Management and the union
have been negotiating since
December for a new work
contract. Until about a week
ago the negotiators had been
bogged down trying to arrive
at a mutually acceptable
formula for wage increases and
trying to. agree on a "cost
of living" clause which would
entitle the union to seek new
wage talks if the cost of living
index rose a certain percentage
in any calendar year.
By mid-May the negotiators
had finally agreed on several
mutually acceptable alternative
pay formulae, and the union
members subsequently picked
their preference. The cost of
living clause was also finally
agreed on.
Now the negotiators are
stalled on the shop stewards
issue.


BaTelCo cancel press meeting
THE BAHAMAS Telecommunications Corporation cancelled a
press conference scheduled for 10 am today, to await a ruling on a
management appeal to Labour Minister Clifford Darling on the
Ministry's order for the reinstatement of a union official.


The Minister's decision is
expected on Monday, a
'BaTelCo spokesman said.
Mr. Vance Major, a BaTeICo
engingr and vice chairman
of th&'fTelCo branch of the
,,anamas Public Services
Union, was on Monday
suspended for a week without
pay because of his involvement
in the two-hour May 7 staff
demonstration.
On Tuesday morning
BaTelCo staff demonstrated
again, demanding Mr. Major's
reinstatement.
The matter went before
officials of the Labour Ministry
- Mr. Darling had no part in
the discussions and late
uesday.. afternoon the
ministry ordered management


to lift the suspension.
Management has now
appealed the ruling to the
Minister himself, and wants to
have his ruling before meeting
with the press.
The press conference is
expected to be re-scheduled for
early next week.
The union has accused
management of refusing to
negotiate the up-dating of a
wage agreement which expired
at the end of June last year, of
victimisation and of "mass
interrogation" of staff
following the May 7
demonstration by 350 staff
members.
Management has declined
comment on any of the charges
until a press conference is held.


Eleuthera fisherman acquitted,


but Rock Sound chauffeur


convicted of boat engine theft
By SIDNEY DORSETT
ELEUTHERA fisherman-farmer James Pratt, 54, was acquitted
yesterday on a charge of receiving a 25 h.p. boat motor from a
young Rock Sound resident who was jointly charged with him.
The not guilty verdict was unanimous.


Ho ever, Hastings
Campbell, 20, a Rock Sound
chauffeur, was convicted of
stealing the Evinrude motor
from a boat owned by Mr.
Mertland Wallace Cates
sometime in March last year.
The verdict was 11-1 for
conviction.
Campbell was released on
$300 bond and bound over for
two years.
In the four-day trial, the
testimony of five witnesses was
heard. Represented by
attorney Perry Christie, Pratt
told the court that he had
received the stolen motor from
the accused Campbell between
March 20 and 21 last year.
He said he paid Campbell
$400 for the stolen enging
because he thought it belonged
to Campbell. He did not know
it was stolen. Police officers
arrested and charged Pratt after
Mr. Cates, the owner of the 25
h.p. motor had spotted it on


Culmerlle to get Public Park


"ITS taken one'seventh of
my natural life and a hundred
percent of my political life to
get this done," House Speaker
Arlington Butler commented
Wednesday after the House
approved an exchange of land
that will give his own
Culmerville constituency its
first public park.
The House approved a
resolution, moved by Tourism
Minister Clement T. Maynard
on behalf of the absent
Development Minister Carlton
E. Francis, authorising the
Bahamas Treasurer to convey
six and a half acres of Crown
Land south of the East-West



A CESSORIES



NASSAU --FREEPORT
_- FREEPRT


Highway to the trustees of the
St. George's Athletic Club in
exchange for two and a halt
acres of land off Mackey
Street, known as the St.
George's playing field and
currently owned by the
sporting club.
Mr. Maynard said "we feel
the exchange is equitable." He
added that the land would be
"put to the use of the people
living in that area, where a
public park is badly needed."
Health Minister A. Loftus
Roker seconded the motion
Sinclair Outten PLP-St.
Barnabas) said that he, too. is
trying to obtain a park area for
his constituents, and he felt it
would be forthcoming
although "there is very little
land available in my
constituency."
The Speaker after the House
adjourned, that he had been
trying to obtain park facilities
for his constituents since his
election in April. 1968.


Pratt's boat while he was out
fishing. Checking the motor,
they found that the serial
number corresponded with the
number given them by Cates,
although the motor itself had
been painted black to change it
from its original blue and white
colour.
Campbell was represented
by attorney Julian Maynard
during the trial, which was
prosecuted by Crown Counsel
Mrs. Janet Bostwick
The jury retired just before
noon Thursday following a
lengthy summation by Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham who
told jurors that they should
carefully consider the
circumstances surrounding the
receipt of the Evinrude engine
by Pratt.
He said after Pratt received
the engine, it was taken to his
boat where it was attached. He
also noted that here had been
some conflict in Pratt's
evidence. Pratt himself
admitted he had told a
falsehood when he was
cross-examined by Crown
Counsel Bostwick..
He told Mrs. Bostwick that
he had changed his story about
how he had come into
possession of the motor. He
said he had told the policemen
that it was 'acquired' in
Nassau, but during his evidence
in the Supreme Court, Pratt
said he got the motor from
Campbell at Eleuthera.
Campbell denied having
anything to do with the theft
of the motor.
He said he had found it in a
clump of bushes.
He also denied selling it to
Pratt for $400. He only
remembered seeing a motor
that was similar in size in the
possession of a neighbour at
Rock Sourd whom he
identified as a Mr. Kemp.
He said he saw Mr. Kemp
with a motor one night in
March near a cemetery. He said
Mr. Kemp had stopped him
while he was driving by and
asked him for a ride to a
deserted area where he left him
with the motor.


"We will be satisfied when
Mr. Major is back on the job
without fear of victimisation,
intimidation or what
management calls disciplinary
action," branch chairman Mrs.
Willimae Bridgewater told The
Tribune.
"The people went hungry
for so long they will go hungry
a little longer for the sake of
justice," she declared.
Mr. Major was suspended for
a week without pay beginning
on Monday this week because
of his involvement in the May
7 two-hour demonstration by
350 BaTelCo staffers.
Management described it as
"disciplinary action."
Following a second
demonstration by workers on
Tuesday morning, officials of
the Labour Ministry ordered
management to lift the
suspension, and management
complied.
However. management has
appealed the ruling to Labour
Minister Clifford Darling, who
is expected to hand down his
decision on Monday.
VICTIMISATIONN'
Mrs. Bridgewater said it is
the union's view that "any
disciplinary action" in
connection with the
demonstrations can be viewed
,as being victimisation.,
"Until all this is cleared up
we will not negotiate wages."
She made it clear that the
union will not be satisfied if
the Minister overturns the
Ministry's original ruling in Mr.


Major's case.
Ironically, the union, which
is now refusing to negotiate
until Mr. Major's case is settled
to the union's satisfaction, had
charged that management had
refused to negotiate the
up-dating of a wage agreement
which expired almost ten
months ago.
It was to force management
to begin negotiations that the
staff demonstration outside the
BaTelCo administrative offices
on Thompson Boulevard on
the morning of May 7.
The demonstration ended
when management agreed to
open discussions.
The union reportedly
demanded and received
management's promise that
there would be no reprisals
against participants in the
demonstration.
However, management
subsequently declared its
intention to deduct two hours'
pay from the demonstrators'
salaries on May 31.
The union intended to bring
that issue to the negotiating
table during the first
negotiation session scheduled
for 11 a.m. on Monday
However, on Monday
morning manage mernt
suspended Mr. Major, and the
talks instead centred around
the suspension.
On Tuesday the workers
demonstrated again, in support
of demands for the lifting of
the suspension, and the Labour
Ministry had to refuse to
discuss the suspension until the
demonstration ended and the
workers returned to their jobs.
Then the Ministry ordered
Mr. Major's suspension, and a
meeting to discuss both a new
wage agreement and the
threatened pay cuts was
scheduled at the Ministry's
John F. Kennedy Drive offices
for 3 p.m. yesterday.
But management appealed
to the Minister on the order for
Mr. Major's reinstatement, and
instead of discussing wages the
Minister heard union and
management argument on the
suspension issue.
No further negotiating
sessions have been scheduled.


BASWELL DONALDSON
... Monetary Authority chief

WINS WALLACE

GROVES' AWARD
MR. BASWELL Donaldson,
chairman of the Bahamas
Monetary Authority, has been
presented with the Wallace
Groves "Distinguished Citizen"
award.
The presentation was made
to Mr. Donaldson Tuesday at
the Grand Bahama Port
Authority/Intercontinental
Realty banquet at Freeport.


B.E.C. TRENCH

SO FAR CLAIMS

3 VICTIMS
A DIRT-coloured vehicle
wrecker more commonly
known as "a trench" has
taken up temporary residence
on East Bay Street just east of
the Ministry of Agriculture and
Fisheries, and has so far
claimed at least three victims.
The Bahamas Electricity
Corporation unleashed the
20-foot-long creature on
unsuspecting motorists about a
week ago, and it is known that
one 50 cc motor scooter and
one motor-assisted bicycle have
fflren into its clutches, and one
car, attempting to avoid' its
gaping four-foot deep mouth,
swerved away and plunged
instead into the sea.
The cycles, when rescued,
were much the worse for the
experience, and the riders were
shaken, although they are
reported to have escaped
serious injury.
Retrieving the car was not so
easy, and a specialist a
tractor had to be called in.
BEC opened the trench to
reach a 33,000 volt electrical
cable running under the road,
into the sea and across the
harbour to Paradise Island.
DAMAGE
The cable was badly
damaged on May 4 when it was
struck by a bulldozer clearing
away the rubbish from the
foreshore between the Paradise
Island bridge and Williams
Street, as part of the
independence clean-up


campaign.
Although the cable was not
actually severed, sea-water got
into the line. By May 8 B-EC
technicians had determined
that at least 40 feet of the
cable was ruined by the water
and further water damage was
suspected.
It is thought that the water
seeped into the cable on the
landward side of the break as
well, thus necessitating pulling
up the road for testing and
necessary repairs.
No BEC spokesman could be
contacted today to explain
why the trench has had to be
kept open for a week, or to say
how long it will remain open.
The trench, on the south
side of the road, has
transformed the usually
two-lane main road into a
single-lane bottleneck, causing
continual traffic jams, besides a
very real hazard to motorists.
BEC did place warning signs
and signal lights around the
trench, but thieves have
apparently stolen the flashing
light from the eastern end. All
of the accidents occ,.red at
night.
Residents of the area
complained not only about the
danger to road users, but also
of the sleep-disturbing crashes
as the monster claims yet
another victim.
PARAPLEGIC SPORTS
ON SATURDAY
THE BAHAMAS Paraplegic
Association will stage the first
wheelchair sports in the
Bahamas Saturday at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Events will include javelin,
discus, bowls, shot put, dash
and a table tennis exhibition.
An exhibition and sale of art
by members will also be held


INTiODUiCTIO If F INCOME TAX HERE IS 'MOR

DREAM THAN REALITY' SAYS DIHALISON



'You cannot introduce income



tax and keep customs duties'



warns Monetary Authority chief


By NICKI KELLY
IN THE CONTEXT OF THE BAHAMAS, the introduction of income tax is more dream than
reality, Monetary Authority chairman T. Baswell Donaldson said Wednesday night in a panel
discussion on finance and banking in an independent Bahamas.


The question was put by
Cannon William Thompson,
who wanted to know if income
tax could be introduced
without disrupting the whole
financial picture.
"I am not sure income tax is
the panacea people say it is,"
Mr Donaldson replied. The
income tax system was a
sophisticated one, and the
training period "defies one's
imagination."
Therefore he could not see
the benefit. "In this context it
is more dream than reality.
You cannot introduce income
tax and keep customs duties.
The best thing is to consolidate
what we have."
Mr. Donaldson said the
trend as he saw it was to work
within the esixting structure.
Asked by Dr. Ada
Thompson to specify the
advantage to the Bahamas of
foreign investment, Mr.
Donaldson pointed out that
the Bahamas had no natural


resources, but had nevertheless
managed to build a whole
economy on such investment,
"and this is a miracle," he
emphasized.
"While one might
philosophically decry this, isn't
it better to utilize this foreign
capital until we find out what
there is better that we have,"
he declared.
The Monetary Authority
chairman noted that other
areas with natural resources
had not been able to achieve
what had been accomplished in
the Bahamas. The government.
he said, had decided on a
philosophy that was the best
thing for the Bahamas at this
time.
"The total savings
Bahamians is $200 million and
banks also lend out this
amount. If we reject outside
development we can only lend
what we have."
The government had been
concerned at the lack of saving
on the part of Bahamians, he
said. As the country went into
independence it was important
to develop a sense of saving so
as to become self-sufficient,
Mr. Donaldson stressed.
Dealing with the question of
expatriates in banking, the
Authority chief said that many
people were under the
misapprehension that the
banking system was flooded
with expatriates.
Contrary to this, the banks
had recently set a timetable
when they expected to phase
out all expatriates.
Mr. Donaldson noted the
great deal of study that went
into making a banker, and said
that the sophisticated banking
system here was unparalleled.
"On the average we have
produced more trained people
in more areas even though we
don't have the population or
the reservoir of trained
personnel to draw on."
This, he declared, was in
complete defiance of the law
of statistics. Although
Bahamians were not yet
enjoying the top jobs in the
banking field they were being
prepared to occupy them.

lirglar lucky


THE HEADQUARTERS of
the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce on the comer of
Shirley Street and Collins
Avenue was broken into and
ransacked Thursday night, it
was disclosed today.
Entry was made by breaking
a glass window at the rear of
the one-storey building. The
door of a large commercial safe
was forcibly removed from its
hinges. Files and drawers were
rifled and the offices left in a
state of general disarray.
"If the thieves thought they
were going to find money, they
were greatly mistaken",
Chamber president Holland G.
Smith said.


Nassau Bank & Trust has


'substantial excess of liabilities


over assets' say auditors

By NICKI KELLY
THE STATUS OF NASSAU BANK AND TRUST "as a going
concern" must rest o,; -t.s "ability to realize the balance sheet
value" of its investment in Flamingo Airlines, the bank's auditors
have advised.


The company's financial
statement to February 28.
1973 was published in the
(;azette on May 17, and shows
the $1,855.757 investment in
Flamingo as one of the bank's
assets.
The total amount of the
assets is given as $6,507,999.
NBT's Flamingo investment
comprises $400,693 paid for
shares at cost covering 25 per
cent of equity; a further
$1,202.080 for a loan to
"individual" to purchase 75
per cent of equity; $251,622 as
advances to Flamingo airlines
and $J1,362 for accounts
receivable. ,
A specific reference to
Flamingo's financial condition
is contained in notes attached
to the NBT statement by
chartered accountants
Bainbridge, Caldwell, Ingraham
& Co. and form an "integral"
part of the statement.
SUBSTANTIAL
The notes said that the
financial statements of
Flamingo to March 31, 1972.
which had not been audited by
Bainbridge Caldwell etc.,
showed a "substantial excess of
liabilities over assets."
The auditors said that "the
status of the bank as a going
concern must rest on its ability
to realize the balance sheet
value of the investment ... and
to reverse the operating deficit
shown in the attached financial
statements."
Further details given show
that the 25 per cent equity by
Nassau Bank in Flamingo and
the loan for purchase of 75 per
cent equity were acquired
during 1972 in exchange for
the shares held by the bank in
Bahamas World Airways, the


then parent company of
Flamingo, (book value
$ 1.323,494) and for
cancellation of the debt of
$279,279. owed Nassau Bank
and Trust by BWA.
Com mented the
accountants: "Accounts at
March 31, 1972 of Flamingo
Airlines, which were not
audited by us, show an excess
of liabilities over assets of
$356,580. One of the assets
shown in the balance sheet
being deferred development
costs of $300,000.
"There was also a contingent
liabilitys in respect -of any
deficiencies and other expenses
on repossession of an aircraft.
The auditors' opinion was
qualified in that they did not
examine certificates of
registration in respect of
certain aircraft."
The split between Flamingo
and Bahamas World Airlines
was announced July 7, 1972 in
a joint statement by Killarney
representative Cadwell
Armbrister and Albert J.
Buchbinder, chairman of the
board of Nassau Bank.
Under the new arrangement
Mr. Armbrister, formerly
vice-president of BWA and
president of Flamingo, was to
hold 75 per cent of the shares
of Flamingo and Nassau Bank
the remaining 25 per cent.
In April this year Flamingo
was sued by South Eleuthera
Properties Ltd. for $6,063.20
representing the amount of
work done and services by that
company to the airline.
This month Pan American
Airways filed suit claiming
$29,951.17 as the balance due
it for services rendered and
goods supplied Flamingo.


Bahamians sitting for hankers'


exams increases 1200 percent


THE NUMBER of
Bahamians sitting for the
Institute of Bankers
examinations has increased
1200 per cent in the past seven
years. The Tribune learned.
A spokesman for the Nassau
Bankers Club confirmed that
73 Bahamian candidates sat for
Part I of the examination held
here in April. There were only
six candidates in 1966.
Of the 18 sitting for Part II
five were Bahamian.
Subjects included in Part I
are: English, Economics,
Structure of Accounts; general
principles of law; economic
geography (banking) and Law
Relating to Wills (Trustee).
Part II covers: Law Relating
to Banking; Monetary Theory
and Practice; Accountancy;
Practice of Banking and
Finarce of Foreign Trade.
Part II (Trustee) deals with:
Principles and Practice of
Investment; Trust Taxation;
Trust Accounting. Law of Real
Property and Practical Trust
Administration.
The next examinations for
Part I and II will be held in
September. Studies for the
Institute of Bankers exams are
done through correspondence
courses in which Barclays Bank


International acts as liaison.
In an effort to encourage
Bahamians to take up banking
as a career, the Bahamian
Bankers Association offers a
grant of $250 to those students
who complete Part I of the
Institute examinations and
$500 to those completing Part
II
In December the Club
presented $250 to Barclays
Bank employee Henry Francis
who passed Part I and to Miss
Sheila Tracey of Trust
Corporation of the Bahamas
who passed Part I of the
Trustee Diploma of the
Institute.
SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
NURSE Merline Hanna
underwent a successful
operation at the Princess
Margaret Hospital Wednesday.


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BELIEVED BURGLARY MATTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY
WASHINGTON (AP) Another convicted Watergate conspirator,
Bernard Barker, took the witness chair Thursday at the Senate Watergate
hearing. Barker told the investigators he believed the wiretapping and and
burglary of Democratic headquarters last summer was a matter bf national
security. Barker said he and three Cuban-Americans who were arrested in
the Watergate raid believed they would later receive help for Cuban
liberation from high administration officials.
He denied he ever was pressured or offered executive clemency to plead
guAlty. He said he pleaded guilty because he was caught inside Democratic
national headquarters. He also said he never was told the Watergate was a
C.L.A. operation. He said: "if it was a C.I.A. operation only the C.I.A.
would admit this." (o SEE STORIES TIlS P'AGE)
Barker admitted he had helped in the 1971 break-in at the office of
Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist in the Pentagon Papers case. Barker. said he
was recruited for this and later operations by Howard Hunt, also convicted
in the Watergate case.
ALCH STICKS TO DENIAL OF McCORD'S CHARGES
WASHINGTON (AP) In the morning session of the Watergate
hearings, James McCord's former attorney, Gerald Alch offered to submit
to a lie detector test as the committee questioned him for more than two
hours. He was questioned about his assertions that McCord, one of the
convicted Watergate burglars had lied about him. Alch stuck to his denial
that he had pressured McCord to falsely blame theC.I.A. for the Watergate
break-in.
The White House says it is having no trouble recruiting people for
government jobs despite the Watergate scandals. Deputy News Secretary
Gerald Warren told newsmen today the White House is getting more offers
of assistance than it can handle, and, he said, they're high-calibre people.
SMITH NOMINATED CURRENCY CONTROLLER
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon has nominated a Deputy
Undersecretary of the Treasury, James Smith, to be Controller of the
Currency. He would succeed William Camp, who resigned recently on
advice of his doctor.
MILLS SECOND WATERGATE-LINKED PERSON TO DIE
WASHINGTON (AP) A two-term Congressman from Maryland's rural
eastern shore shot himself to death Thursday morning apparently after
being caught up in the growing web of Watergate scandal.
Rep. William 0. Mills, 48, a Republican from Eastern, MD)., sent to
Congress in a special 1971 election, became the second person linked to
Watergate to die.
The first was Mrs. E. Howard Hunt, wife of the convicted Watergate
conspirator. She was killed in an airplane crash in Chicago last Dec. 10.
Another convicted Watergate figure, James W. McCord Jr., has alleged that
Mrs. Hunt paid him money.
Mills died a day after newspapers reported that he received a >25,000
contirbution from secret funds of President Nixon's campaign finance
committee. The contribution was not reported to the Maryland Board of
Elections, an apparent violation of state law.
REPORT SHULTZ REQUESTED CAULFIELD'S RESIGNATION
WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of the Treasury George Shultz
Thursday announced he is accepting the resignation from the Treasury
Department of John J. Caulfield, who has testified he offered executive
clemency to a Watergate defendant.
Shultz said in a statement that he told Caulfield "your resignation is
hereby accepted, effective as of the close of business today." Treasury
sources said Shultz requested Caulfield's resignation.
Caulfield had been assistant director for criminal enforcement in the
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. He was placed on administrative
leave with pay after his involvement with Watergate burglar James W.
McCord became known two weeks ago.
Caulfield 44, acknowledged to the special Senate Watergate committee
that before joining the Treasury Department he offered McCord executive
clemency on instructions of then-White House counsel John Dean. He has
said he thought President Nixon knew of the offer.
GRAY INSISTS HE WARNED NIXON
WASHINGTON (AP) Former FBI acting director L. Patrick Gray III
said Thursday that he warned President Nixon last summer "that people on
your staff are trying to mortally wound you."
Gray made the disclosure before a closed session of a Senate
Appropriations Subcommittee and was quoted by the subcommittee
chairman, Senator John L McClellan.
Gray told the subcommittee, according to McCellan, that he spoke to
Nixon last July 6 after agreeing with Lt. Gen. Vernon Walters, Deputy CIA
Director, that confusion had arisen about the investigation of Mexican
aspects of the Watergate case.
Former CIA Director Richard Helms has said that last June 23, White
House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman instructed Walters to tell Gray that
a the FBI should quash its Mexican investigations for fear of uncovering
covert CIA operations in Mexico.
NIXON TELLS POWS THERE HAVE TO BE STATE SECRETS
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon told a cheering, applauding
audience of former American POWs Thursday that it is "time to stop
making heroes out of those who steal secrets and publish them in
newspapers."
Nixon spoke to about 450 former Vietnam prisoners and asked them to
help his administration in keeping America's military strength high. The
POWs were here for a special homecoming salute from the President. A gala
black-tie tent dinner on the White House lawn was one of the featured
aspects.
Without mentioning the Watergate scandal, the President nonetheless
touched on the matter of secrecy in and by his administration.
Saying he would speak in the bluntest of terms, Nixon said we would
not have made the progress toward peace in the first years of his
administration, If there had not been secrecy.
"Had we not had the secrecy, had we not had secret negotiations with
North Vietnam, had we not had secret negotiations with North Vietnam,
had we not had secret negotiations with the Soviet Union ... there would
have been no China initiative, no limitations on arms, no summit."
Without his policy of secrecy concerning national security, Nixon told
the former prisoners, "you men would still in Hanoi rather than
Waingnton toay.
9We have to stop making heroes out of those who steal secrets and
publish them in newspapers."
This remark brought the military men to their feet, cheering and
applauding enthusiastically.
The Preasident spent most of his 45-minute address, which he seemed to
deMlver completely spontaneously without notes, dealing with what he said
was the need to maintain American strength.
U.S.S.R FAILS IN ANOTHER SPACE EXPERIMENT?
LONDON (AP) A leading member of the British Interplanetary
Society said Thursday the Russians seem to have failed in another major
space experiment.
In a press statement Kenneth Gatland, a society official, said a big
mystery satellite Cosmos 557 burned up in the atmosphere early
Tuesday after 11 days in flight.
Gatland said radio signals from the satellite were picked up on a
frequency normally associated with Soviet manned spaceflights and Salyut
apa station experiments.
He aid that this suggested that Russia had possibly launched a
replacement for the Salyut 2 space station which broke up in orbit last
month.
Another possibility was that Russia had at last used the huge G-type
rocket, bigger than America's Saturn 5, to launch a heavy test satellite, he
EASE ON RESTRICTIONS LIMITING DIVIDEND INCREASES
WASHINGTON (AP) The Nixon administration is considering easing
its voluntary guidelines that limit dividend Increases paid by corporations
to 4 per seat a year, it was learned Thursday.
Disck an are under way in the committee on Interest and dividends to
rase the voluntary lid to S or 5.5 per cent a year but the final declson has
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WASHINGTON (AP)-Julie
Nixon Eisenhower said
Thursday her father is bearing
up through the Watergate
scandal "quite well" and trying
to concentrate on running the
country.
The President's younger
daughter, wife of David
Eisenhower, grandson of the
late President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, gave her intimate
account of Nixon's travail over
the widening Watergate
investigation during an
interview with Barbara Walters
of NBC's "Today" show.
She said she had been
watching the televised hearings
of the Senate Watergate
committee and found them
"an unfolding mystery,"
adding:
"'There have been a lot of
accusations thrown out. I think
the hearings will try to clarify
what has happened and will
help us get to the bottom of
it."
Mrs. Eisenhower said there
had been no mention to her of
possible impeachment of the
President, but there had been
family discussions of the
impact his resignation would
have on the country.
"I think it would be a grave
mistake for him to resign," she
said, adding that it might be
interpreted as an admission of
"wrongdoing."
Asked how the family was
giving the President solace
during the crisis, she said solace
wasn't quite the right word.
"He is not in despair," she
said. "He is taking it quite well.
He has a very positive attitude.
We're saying to him, 'We
believe in you,'"
She said, however, that her
father had "expressed
frustration because his
achievements at this point in
the administration have been
overshadowed by Watergate.
"He's not saying forget
about Watergate, but is trying
to move ahead, hoping that the
American people can focus on
other important developments
as well."
Asked about the effects of
Watergate on the President's
demeanour, she said there had
been "no dramatic change."
"He looks a little older in
repose," she said, "but we
might expect that. He's past
60."
Mrs. Eisenhower would not
comment at all on statements
by Martha Mitchell, wife of
former Atty. Gen. John N.
Mitchell, to the effect that
Mitchell was keeping silent
about Watergate to protect the
President.
Asked about the President's
reaction to the resignations of
his two top aides, H. R.
Haldeman and John
Ehrichman, she replied:
"I think we have to be
careful not to prejudge anyone.
I think the purpose of the trial
is to see what has gone on.
Let's wait."
Mrs. Eisenhower expressed
herself as being "kind of sad"
over the present state of
relations between the press and
the White House and charges
that White House news
secretary Ronald L Ziegler has
done an about-face in his
attitude toward questions
about Watergate.
"If the press is unwilling to
accept what Mr. Ziegler says,"
she said. "there's not much
you can do about it."
She said she thought the
best thing her father could do
to restore his image would be
"to do more appearances," like
the Thursday night White
House party for returned
prisoners of war.
She said she knew her father
had been planning the party
for months because he


"discussed this big bash with
me at San Clemente as far back
as January."
"Watergate might be on
people's minds," she said, "but
uppermost will be the thought
that 'here is a man who
brought them home.'"

ARiENTINI
BUENOS AIRES (AP)-
Hector Jose Campora took the
oath of office Friday as
Argentina's 30th President. He
said inan inaugural address
that Argentina will line up with
North Vietnam and other
peoples "fighting imperialism."
While Campora spoke to a
joint session of Congress, two
or three people were shot when
police fired at a crowd near
Government House. The crowd
had broken the window of a
limousine bringing two
members of the outgoing
military Junta to government
house for the Inaugural
ceremony. Neither Brigadier
Carlos Rey, commander-in-


Barker says objective of


burglary was documents


showing Cuban involvement

By Harry F. Roseuthal
WASHINGTON (AP)- Bernard L. Barker said Thursday he
broke into the Watergete "as a matter of national security" to
look for documents showing leftist or Cuban contributions to the
Democratic presidential cnpaign.


He said he found none.
"I considered it duty for my
country," said Barker.
It was the first time, outside
a brief court appearance when
he pleaded guilty, that-Barker
has testified publicly about his
motives.
Barker, whose parents are
Americans, was born. in Cuba
and spent half his life there -
part of the time in the
pre-Castro Cuban police. He
was one of five men arrested
inside the Democratic offices
last June 17 and one of five
who pleaded guilty to
conspiracy, burglary and illegal
wiretapping.
"What sort of documents
were you primarily looking
for?" Barker was asked.
A. Documents that would
involve contribution of a
foreign nature to the
Democratic campaign,
especially to Sen. (George)
McGovern and possibly to Sen.
(Edward M.) Kennedy.
Q. Were you looking for
documents reflecting a
contribution from any
particular foreign government?
A. Cuba.
Baker said that like James
W. McCord Jr., a
co-conspirator he received
money from Mrs. E. Howard
Hunt, the now-deceased wife
of a third conspirator.
CASH PAYMENTS
He said he received in cash
$17,000 bail bond money,
$10-12,000 for expenses
during the period before the
trial; $18,000, of which $5,000
was for McCord's court suit
legal fees to attorney Henry
Rothblatt and another
$13,000, to cover Rothblatt's
fee for the four Cuban-
-Americans involved.
' The last payment, he said,
was in October i972 some
two months before the
Watergate trial began.
Barker, brought from jail
and testifying under immunity,
was asked whether any
conditions were attached to
this money.
Absolutely no conditions, he
said.
Barker said repeatedly that
his decision to plead guilty was
his own and not the result of
pressure or payment.
Q. Were there any offers of
executive clemency or threats
to you to remain silent?
A. No.
Q. Why did you choose to
plead guilty?


A. I was guilty. I was caught
inside Democratic national
headquarters at 2:30 in the
morning.
ADMIRATION
Barker expressed his
admiration for Hunt, but said
Hunt's decision had no bearing
on his plea. And he said he
paid no attention to opposition
to the guilty plea by his
attorney, Rothblatt, or from
his daughter.
"No one else influenced me
in this decision," Barker said
over and over. "I personally
was convinced at the time and
I am today, too, that what I
did at that time was correct."
He said he participated in
three operations with Hunt last
year, all on Hunt's word that
"this was national security and
above the FBI and CIA."
"The original operation was
the Ellsberg operation," said
Barker, one of the team that
rifled the psychiatric files of
Pentagon Papers figure Daniel
Ellsberg.
"It was explained to me that
this was a matter of national
security," Barker said.
Barker said he never was
told the Watergate burglary


was a CIA operation. "I did
not need to be told what it
was," he said. "I knew the
persons involved."
CUBA OPERATION
He noted that Hunt had
been his superior in the Bay of
Pigs operation, the abortive
invasion of Cuba in 1961.
"The methods used in the
operation were the same
methods utilized when I
worked for Mr. Hunt in the
Bay of Pigs operation," Barker
said. "This does not mean that
this was a CIA operation."
Barker testified that money
was paid the arrested burglars
in a manner similar to that
utilized when CIA operatives
are "caught by the enemy."
He said he wasn't surprised
at that.
"There was doubt in my
mind at that time as to what
did it mean, what did national
security mean as above the FBI
and the CIA," Barker said.
"And that question is still not
resolved in my mind.....
"If it was a CIA operation,
only the CIA would admit this,
not I." he said.
Barker insisted he had not
been pressured by Hunt to
plead guilty, but had made up
his own mind not to stand trial
because "the evidence by the
district attorney's office
against us was overwhelming."
McCord had testified that
Barker told him of
overpowering pressure being
exerted by Hunt to plead
guilty and keep quiet.
But Barker said McCord's
recollection was different than
his.
Baker acknowledged,
however, that he did not make
up his mind to disregard his
,attorney's advice and plead
Guilty until after Hunt had told
him that Hunt was going to
plead guilty and that the
evidence was overwhelming.
"I considered Mr. Hunt a
most intelligent person," said
Barker. "It appeared to me this
would be an advisable thing to
do."


"You took Mr. Hunt's
advice instead of your
lawyer's?" he was asked.
"No, I made up my own
mind," Barker insisted.
When Barker pleaded guilty
at his trial last January, he told
chief U.S. district judge John J.
Sirica that he had not been
paid for his services and no one
had promised his family would
be taken care of if he pleaded
guilty.
NO STRINGS
Thursday, he told of
receiving $45,000 to $47,000
for expenses of himself and
three other Cuban-Americans
following their arrests. But he
insisted again the money had
no strings attached.
Barker was not, under oath
at his trial, but was under oath
at the committee hearing. He
has been given immunity from
prosecution for any statements
he makes at the hearing.
He said Hunt told him
Ellsberg's name only half an
hour before the Sept. 3, 1971,
break-in at the Beverly Hills
office of Dr. Lewis Fielding,
Ellsberg's psychiatrist.
He said Hunt had told him
prior to the Watergate break-in
that Sen. George McGovern
was receiving contributions
from Fidel Castro's Communist
regime in Cuba. "However, I
have no hard evidence that this
is true," Barker said.
Barker said he had been told
by Hunt that Ellsberg was a
traitor, and was passing
information to the Soviet
embassy.


BACKS NORTH VIETNAMESE


chief of the air force, nor
Admiral Carlos Coda, navy
commander-in-chief, was hurt.
Later, police fired tear gas
grenades into a crowd of
demonstrators, who threw
stones at police.
Between 70,000 & 100.000
people gathered in Plaza de
Mayo outside Government
House, and 500,000 people in
the 12-block area between
Government Rouse and the
Congress building, according to..
Police Capt. Hector Romero.
Campora spoke for nearly
three hours and then headed
for Government House to
receive the Presidential sash
and baton from Ray. Coda and


General Alejandro Lanusse,
army commander-in-chief and
Junta President.
Most of the huge crowd
appeared to be under 30 years
of age, children when
Campora's mentor, Juan
Domingo Peron, fell from
power In 1955. Now these
young people are as important
to Peronism as the labour
unions which gave Peron his
power base.
"With emotion, I salute the
suffering and heroic Vietnam
people," Campora said. "For
several decades, they have not
lived anything but the horrors
of a cruel war.


ISI NI L AT


'Supergood' launch


CrE NT^RE, as astronauts speed


OLA ObSEllWL


LONDON (AP)-Tl.ewomun who rqnuu r'&vus
touched off a se scandal that
rocked the British movement is a
26-yearold Irish cattle deer's
daughter with a taste for BylhM GR
champagne, fast cars and ink CAPE KENNEDY, FLA. (AP).-hwl e astreat-handymen
cos Brits 1h newspapers claimed orbit Fday on a drntic seo to epeir the
Fridair.
The Daly Mil named her as overheated, undepow d Skylab e atm d save
Norma Levy, a alm di *-a Amedica' ew $2.6 Milion a e propamne.
It played her photoap h oanSl "Supergood!" exclaimed The fate of the $294 million
front pap and saMd she wa the Skylab I commander Charles orbiting laboratory, the
woman who "endd the political Conrad Jr. as he and crewmates essential element In America's
Se livedInB i suaho .rt Dr. JMeph P. Kerwin and Paul new space programme, depends -
in Londlon's Maids Vale st J. Weitz rocketed smoothly on how well the "astronautfis
Communist Chinas embassy into space aboard a craft perform the patch job.
diplomats resided in an adtoinug loaded with tools and materials If they are successful, the .
building, and the Daily Telegraphl
said it would ha bete eay T r the necessary to repair the crippled crew will move into the space
Chinese to have bond a spy hole or space station. station and live aboard for 28
to have bugged the flat. However, Released from 10 days of days. The repair also will make
offmcia insist there has been no intense training and possdlle the 56-day missions
security breach in the affair.
Lambton resigned Tuesday and preparation for their mission, later thisyearofSkylabs2 and 3.
admitted knowing a call girl. He the astronauts whooped with Conrad, Kerwin and Weltz -
said police informed him secret joy as their craft flashed up are trained and ready to unjam,
photographs had been taken He over the U.S. East Coast and if possible, a power-producing
has declined to name her.
His resignation was followed zipped into- space across the solar panel that is struck and to
Thursday by that of an even higher Atlantic. install an umbrella-like device
minister, Lord Jellicoe, the The Skylab salvage crew to shade the sweltering space
government leader in the House of soared into a 221 -mile orbit station from the Sun.
casual" call girls affairs. The sex and began a 7%-hour race Officials held out little hope
and security furor, the worst to toward a rendezvous with the that the power panel could be
rock a British government in a wounded space station. repaired, but four other
decade, broke amidst newspaper They started a series of six properly functioning solar
intoan international vice ring. rocket firings which will carry panels are providing enough
Friday interest centered on them up to the Skylab orbiting electricity to permit a
Norms Levy, also known as Nora 275 miles above Earth. near-normal mission.
Levy, whom newspapers said was They were to fly around the The most critical repair job
Irish Republic. The reportssaidshe troubled Skylab and inspect is the erection of a solar shade
came to London two years ago, a damage which crippled the on the Skylab.
country girl hankering after the world's largest spacecraft only Baking effects of the Sun
bright lights and good life. seconds after it was launched sent temperatures in the space
AMBITIOUS
She called herself "Nora" and May 14. Based on what he saw, station soaring to more than
"Norms," but The Mail said she Conrad was to decide on how 120 degrees, too hot for men
preferred "Norms." It quoted her to proceed with the first to live aboard.
as explaining to friends: "It sounds attempt ever to mechanically A device shaped like a
more sophisticated." A device shaped like a
She found work as a hostess in repair an orbiting spaceship. lopsided beach umbrella is the
night clubs and was usually A NEW AGE primary "fix" for Skylab. The
escorted by wealthy men, the Daily If the repairs work, they will astronauts will board Skylab
Express claimed.
The paper quoted a woman usher in a new age of American on Saturday and insert the
friend as saying: "She was a very space exploration enabling men collapsed parasol through an
ambitious good-time girl, there was to live for long periods ijrbit, airlock. Powered by springs it
always champagne on the table and performing scientific studies will automatically blossom
an expensivd ofe present for her at the aimed at learning more about into a 22-by-24 foot silver and
The papers said, however, that the Sun and developing orange umbrella. The spacemen
Norma wanted nothing but the best knowledge to benefit man on will position it against the
and was eventually set up in a Earth. outside hiull of Skylab,
30,000-pound, or 75,000-dollar, Exhuberant at their perfect shoutiede theull of Skylab,
apartment by a mysterious man Ehu n hi pfc ending the craft from the
named Davis. launch and awed by the Sun.
The Mail claimed Davis posted a patchwork of ocean and land Two other shade devices are
strongarmm bodyguard" in the passing beneath them, the also on- board the modified
apartment to take care of the on board the modifed
colleen withthe rih broguef the astronauts chattered happily Apollo command ship which
Norma was apparently discreet describing the Earth's carried the astronauts into
with her wealthy clients and geography as seen from ac space Should the umbrella fail,
neighbors believed the stylishly "We're coming up on the KerwiS will install a umraai,
dressed woman. was a model or Mississippi River now and I can tKerwin will install a cmurtain
casino croupier. f mounted on an A-frame during
The Mail said Norma was married still see a lot qf flooding a space walk on S-aday., The.
last Nov. 3 to 2syeiold ab driver damage," said Conrad on the r device is a sal-shaped
Colin Levy. The paper said the first pass over the United canovpy which Weitz would
marriage was set up by Davis. States. canopy wc W z woul
The Mail quoted cab owner Ken P a Eu the install.
Whetlor, a friend of Levy's and the Passing over Europe, the Skylab l's launch was
best man at his wedding, who astronauts reported seeing the flawless. Powerful engines on
looked after the luxury apartment vapour trails of high-flying jets. the Saturn 1B ignited precisely
while the Levys were on Another time Conrad said: on Schedule, lifting the rocket
honeymoon in the Seychelles, as see a lot of lakes down cheuleliftin the rocket
saying Norma had a cupboard "full ee a lot of lakes down from its Cape Kennedy Nest
of weird things" at her bedside, there." and pushing it through a heavy
"It was full of black leather "Yeah," said Mission overcast Florida sky. It
underwear, a whip, strange masks Control. "It's called Canada." disappeared quickly from sight
and other things," he said. disappeared quickly from sight
SECRET PHONE I guess I've never been this and within minutes Conrad,
There was also, he claimed, a far north before," said the the mission commander,
secret green telephone, with no astronaut., reported they were passing
dialing unit or number, that "rang ater, happly reporting on over Europe.y were p
constantly at all times of the day ter, apply reportmg on over Europe.
and night". The Levys kept several their first lunch in space, Skylab's problems were
fast cars in the apartment building Conrad exclaimed: "The caused by a solar and meteorite
But the high ife came to an end butterscotch sure is good protective blanket which
soon after. Norms and her husband today.- ripped away during launch.
quarreled, according to the
newspapers.
The Express quoted a friend as
saying : "A few months ago I gained
the Impression that she was sialck ofll aha Lt
it all and wanted an end to it. She ELL 0 11 Hamas Ud.
was afraid that too much violence
would jeopardize the good business
she had built up. She didn't want to
become involved in blackmail,
because that is what she was
threatened with."
The Daily Telegraph said that
Scotland Yard was looking for a girl
friend of Norma's and said the
friend was half Chinese and half
black. The Telegraph said this,
along with the Communist Chinese
residence next door, had increased Effective May 28th, 1973, we are
T"fe n of a porible Chr te o moving to our new offices at Oakes Field
Levy's wedding photos. One on Thompson Boulevard adjoining the
SWest Indian named "Kim.". hamas Gas Bu n
The paper said she was
photographed naked in bed with Telephone numbers will remain the
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Rhe ribunt
Nmuu.us AnmDro JuoAAE IN VERMA MAcGrrm
Beang Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publitsher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.. D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
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Publisher/Editor 1972.
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Friday, May 25, 1973.




Where does it come from?


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
SOMEWHERE IN THE BIBLE we are told that there are more
things in heaven and earth than the heart of man can conceive.
In his Hamlet Shakespeare gives us his version of this thought
in the lines:
There are more things in heaven and earth,
Than are dreamed of in your philosophy.
And Tennyson wrote in The Idylls of the King The Passing
of Arthur:
If thou shouldst never see my face again,
Pray for my soul. More things are wrought by prayer
Than this world dreams of

There is a world beyond us. There is no doubt about it. And if
a man will give his spirit free rein there will be occasions when he
feels that he is in communion with a world which he cannot see
or feel .... but that is ever present with him.
In the stories I wrote about my mother I told you of the
remarkable gift of spiritual communication that runs like a
life-giving vein through our family.
We all have it to some degree and it manifests itself in different
ways. With me it is an uncanny ability to make and keep -
friends.
Wherever I go in the world I quickly surround myself with
friends that often become a permanent relationship. I walk into a
crowded room and people come to me. I stand on a street corner
and people pause .... stop .... talk .... and immediately they
express a desire to do something for me.
I ask these people why they stop and talk to me a stranger.
They say they don't know. They just felt an urge to stop and
talk.
The result is that I have friends all over the world among all
kinds of people .... rich and poor, great and humble, strong and
weak.
I am not choosey about my friends. I take them where I find
them. I like a person for what she or he is within his spirit. In
the thought of Bobby Bums "a man's a man for a' that "
In his own words:
The rank is but the guinea's stamp;
The man's the gowd for a'that!
A prince can make a belted knight,
A marquis, duke, and a' that;
But an honest man's aboon his might,
Guid faith he mauna f'that!
And in his poem For the Sake of Somebody, he wrote:
My heart is sair, I dare na tell, '
My heart is sair for somebody.

Because of this psychic streak that runs through my being I am
an easy subject for anyone who may be gifted with greater
psychic powers than I possess.
And for this reason I have had experiences that not only make
me deeply conscious of a spirit world but that also make me
realize how true are the lines in the Bible that say there are more
things in heaven and earth than the heart of man can conceive.
Every day, of course, scientists are probing deeper into the
mysteries of nature but, however deep they may probe, there will
always be that world of the spirit that we can neither see nor feel
but of which .... way down in our inner being .... we are deeply
conscious.

Today I am going to tell you a story to illustrate what I am
talking with you about.
Oh yes, I am talking with you. In my writing I try not to write
to my readers but rather to talk with them in ordinary
conversational language that we can both understand.
But before I tell you of a recent experience here, I must repeat
briefly an experience I had over 40 years ago with two Indian
fakirs who visited Nassau. The word fakir- as applied to an
Indian, means a poor beggar or a holy man who is endowed with
extraordinary powers. The application of this word to holy men
suggests that very often man discovers his real self in poverty.
These men had letters of recommendation testifying to their
extraordinary powers from men in the highest positions all over
the world.


People in Nassau flocked to see these men. A friend of mine
told me that they told her so many intimate things about herself
that she thought only God and she knew that she became afraid
and ran out of the room before the interview was over.
There are people who try to explain this mystery by the power
of hypnotism. I suppose it is possible for a hypnotist to extract
information about a person's past and present life. But how does
anyone explain the power that some people have for reading the
future?
I never believed in these people. As a matter of fact, I didn't
want to believe in spiritualism. Even now, when I know it exists, I
don't dabble in it because it is something that can take such
possession of a mqn that he is no longer sure of himself.
For me, I don't want to know my future. I want to meet every
day as it comes and be guided in my actions by experience stored
up over the years.
And so I refused to go to see these Indians. One day they asked
to come to see me at my house. I couldn't say no. My wife
refused to see them and so I had to receive them alone.
That day those two men told me things that caused me to
laugh in their faces because I not only felt .... but I was sure I
knew at the time .... that the things they predicted were
impossible. I told them so, even though they shook me when they
told me things about my wife and me that were known only by
the two of us.
I was the Doubting Thomas. But as the years rolled by
everything they said to me that day came out exactly as they
predicted .... the most amazing things!
Shakespeare had a line for this when he wrote:
There is a destiny that shapes our ends,
Rough-hew them how we will.
I will not go into details today about the things the Indian men


read into my future. I mention.this case merely for the benefit of
readers of this column who are already acquainted with the story.
******* **
And now for an experience I have had since I came to Coral
Gables.
Soon after I came here I started attending the Church of the
Little Flower, which is near my apartment.
After Mass one Sunday morning an official of the church came
up from behind and touched me on my shoulder. He asked my
wife and me whether we lived near the church. I said yes. He
offered to take us to the hotel. I thanked him but said I had a
taxi coming for us.
He then asked whether we intended to attend Mass regularly at
this church. And when I said yes he told me that he would pick
us up at the hotel the next Sunday.
Since then he takes us to church every Sunday morning. He
meets my wife and any member of my family when they arrive at
the airport and he takes them to the airport when they leave. He
drives me to any place I want to go.
He is retired and so he has plenty of time to do anything he
wants to do. His wife is a charming woman. Between them they
have done everything possible to make my stay here happy. I
have many people here who do things for me but this couple go
to the extreme. He is Germar, she is Polish. But both of them
have spent most of their lives in America.
This couple know that I have problems with the Government
in Nassau but they don't know anything beyond that.
While driving my wife and me to the airport the other day he
seemed a little concerned about something. Finally he told me
what was on his mind.
He said his wife had a friend who is clairvoyant.
Clairvoyance is described as the supposed power of being aware
of things not seen by other persons. In short, second sight.
This friend, he said, was a very ordinary woman but every once
in a while she told him things that would rock him.
This woman has never seen me but she said to his wife quite
casually the other day that her husband had a new friend who
was shorter than he. She then proceeded to tell her something
about my affairs in Nassau that is known only to my wife, my
daughter, my son-in-law and me.
And then she ended by saying that she should tell her husband
to tell me that I have no reason for concern because, in time, I
will come out on top.
Of course, it is not difficult for anyone to convince me that I
am on the right road because I feel this deeply myself. As a
matter of fact, I feel on top now. Certainly I am free. And that's
a wonderful feeling.
But it is interesting that someone who has never seen me ....
probably never even heard of me ... should be sufficiently
conscious of my existence to send me such a message.


In spite of all the experiences I have had with psychic
phenomena I often wonder how real this power .... this second
sight .... is and whether it could stand up to scientific
examination.
Some of the cleverest men on record have studied this
phenomenon. They cannot explain it. But they know it exists.
How does it affect people who are endowed with these
powers?
I have a friend in Nassau .... a woman of Red Indian extraction
.... who seems to be endowed with psychic powers. She is really
very good at it .... so good that when she was a younger woman
she told fortunes at bazaars to help the fund.
I was sufficiently impressed by her work to ask her why she
didn't do it professionally. I thought she could do very well at
fortune telling because she was honest about it.
And then she told me something that impressed me.
"I can't do it," she told me. "It's not good for my health.
When I start telling fortunes I lose contact with myself.
Something inside me seems to leave my body and go on a long
journey. When it comes back I am completely exhausted and I
have to go to bed for several days."

Our bodies are often spoken of as the prison house of the
spirit. In every man's life there are times when he feels that his
spirit is shaking at its prison bars in a desire to escape the
restricting confinement.
A fortunate few people possess the gift of sending their spirits
on long journeys. As a result they feel they know thinp without
knowing how, why or from whence the assurance comes.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Not of the letter, but of the spirit; for the letter killeth, but the
spirit giveth life.
The First Epistle of Paul to the
Corinthians 16-6.


Not stony tower, nor walls of beaten brass,
Nor airless dungeon, nor strong links of iron,
Can be retentive to the strength of spirit;
But life, being weary of these worldly bars,
Never lacks power to dismiss them.
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4 on East Street brings rshoe

Tammilee's on East Street brings best shoe


By DAHMNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
GOOD IMSINESS h been defined as fultfilling a need.
If this defititon Is comet the newly opened show store
Taunmmle's o= Eat SUeet South opposite Coconut Grove Avenue
should be a roaring suc mes.


Friday, May 25, 1973.


values within easy reach


The proprietors Boleyn and
Roosevelt Nixon used to live in
an apartment opposite where
the store is now located. They
saw the need for a shoe store in
this area to serve Englerston,
Coconut Grove and rapidly
developing South Beach.
Now years later this
enterprising young Bahamian
couple has translated this
dream into reality and East
South now has a far-out shoe
store that compares favourably
with any Bay Street or
Palmdale shoe store both
stock-wise and price-wise.
Indeed I saw one pair of ladies
mod shoes for $S18 that I'd
seen previously in a down-town
store for $21.
Another obvious plus for
residents of this area is that no
transportation is required and
if customers drive to it there
are no parking problems.
Boleyn and Roosevelt Nixon
belong to a section of
Bahamian people that
recognize the merits of hard
work.
Tammilee's is enterprising
Roosevelt's answer to the
slow-down in the construction
business. He needed a
supplemental income so
instead of crying over spilt
milk he branched out into a
completely different business.
Roosevelt told me he likes to
work and push hard and that


effort and time are necessary
expenditures to make a success
of any business.
Roosevelt had his own
business previously Nassau
Tile Contractors and Boleyn
is a nurse. Eight hours of work
a day wasn't sufficient for this
couple Roosevelt in addition
to buying-Tr the-sitore works
in it himself from 5 p.m. to 9
p.m. and Boleyn at the
weekends.
LEISURELY SHOP
So working people that
cannot get out during the day
to shop can shop at their
leisure from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.


any evening.
For customers who can shop
during the day young, pretty
Elizabeth will be on hand to
serve them.
Tammilee's is named for the
Nixon's youngest child who is
aged two the couple have
three other children Melanie
(13), Julian (12) and Kelly (7).
The store is accommodated in
a spanking new building and is
both spacious and spotlessly
clean.
It is extremely well stocked
and believe it or not Roosevelt
did all the buying himself -
Boleyn says she is
accompanying him on his next
buying trip to get a larger line
of conservative shoes for
women including regulation


nurses shoes.
Tammilee's stocks children's
school shoes (there is a very
sharp loafer in hlajk leather for
boys at S9) tennis for men,
women and children in various
colours and ~i)les ($5 & $6),
ladies and men's shoes in the
latest fashions, slippers, ladies
handbags and panty hose.
There are fashionable
walkers for ladies from Brazil
and sandals from Italy. The
shoes are in the price range of
$9 to $20, the sandals from $4
to $8 bedroom slippers are a
mere $1.50,
DRESS SHOES
For fashion-conscious girls
there are some lovely dress
shoes in black suede for the


Men are well catered to as
well. There is a good looking
black suede shoe with a
medium heel and a small
platform for $25. For the
gentleman who is willing to
pay more to get more there
are the Gavdio line -
two-toned suede and leather
shoes' for $40 or the US.
Royal Imperial line of
two-toned patent and suede
from $25 to $40. For the more
conservative man there are
shoes in the softest leather as


low as S8. As for slippers there
is a very handsome pair in
simulated leather for S3.
The younger boy can dress
like his elder brother or young
looking father In a crepe-soled
two-toned suede shoe for S8.
Not too many years ago the
Bahamian would have to go to
Miami to be well shod. Now
the residents of Coconut
Grove, Englerston and South
Beach need go practically no
further than their own back
yards to be dressed in the latest
with-it footwear.
Congratulations Mr. and
Mrs. Roosevelt Nixon on your
foresight and dedication to
hard work. Tammilee's will
surely grow and prosper.

- Bi


ENTERPRISING COUPLE Boleyn an
newly opened shoe iore Tammilee's on
Avenue.


PHOTO: Rickey Wells


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EASTERN TO SPONSOR FASHION' SHOW
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being interviewed by Elva Russell Rolle of Radio Bahamas, ZNS. From left to right are:
Pat Evans and Len Taylor of Essence Magazine; Elva Rolle, Jeanne-Marle Allen and Joan
Bryan of Eastern Airlines. Eastern and Essence are sponsoring a fashion show on July 4 as
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Area Manager for the Bahamas.
He succeeds Mr. Robert G.
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entire Caribbean, which
includes the Bahamas.
Mr. Einarson brings with
him a wealth of knowledge and
experience in international
banking valuable to his new
position in, the Bahamas. He
previously held positions as
manager in both Trinidad and
Antigua.
Born in Manitoba, Canada,
Mr. Einarson entered the
service of the Scotia Bank in
1949 and after serving in
various branches in western
Canada he was appointed
manager of a branch in
Edmonton in 1962. His first


international appointment was
to manager, San Fernando,
Trinidad in 1968 and in 1970
he was appointed manager of
St. John's, Antigua.
At a cocktail party at which
he was introduced to the
business, banking and
government community by Mr.
Taylor, Mr. Einarson said, "I
am very pleased at being
transferred to Nassau. I have
been here before on vacation a
number of times and it is
obvious from my visits that I
like the country very much. I
am delighted that I am coming
here at such an exciting time


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DUE NASSAU


EVEGENIA I 27th MAY
ORBITA 16th. JUNE
VESSEL 4th. JULY
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when the country is becoming
independent. Needless to say I
look forward to a happy and
rewarding time here and I shall
do my utmost to help the
country and the bank grow
together as they have in the
past. It is a great challenge
when you think of it for the
bank has grown from its first
branch in 1956 to ten branches
now on New Providence and
the family islands. With the
coming of independence we are
confident that the economy of
the Bahamas will continue to
expand and, as I said, we will
be doing our best to help it
along."
With the coming of
independence we are confident
that the economy of the
Bahamas will continue to
expand and, as I said, we will
be doing our best to help it
along."
"I echo those sentiments
heartily," said Mr. Taylor, "we
have every confidence in the
future of the Bahamas and I
shall be following
developments with keen
interest, for in a sense I shall
not be leaving. In my new
position I will still have
responsibility here and hope to
visit here frequently. As a


Iran takes control of oil industry,but


agrees to supply West for 20years

TEHRAN (AP) After two months of hard bargaining and negotiations, carried out by eMn
SO experts from both sides, Iran and the western oil consortium concluded and signed Thursday an
agreement which puts at the disposal of Iran the world's largest refinery, largest man-made idand
and largest export terminal as well as "full and real" control of the oil industry.


ROBERT G. TAYLOR
... promoted to General
Manager, Bank of Nova Scotia,
Caribbhan


... new area manager, Scotia
Bank, Bahamas
matter of fact, I will be back
for the independence
celebrations."


US banks boost prime rate


NEW YORK (AP) Some of
the nation's biggest banks boosted
their prime rate to 7% per cent
Thursday, prompted by Federal
Reserve Board efforts to tighten
credit and stem inflation.
This means that large business
loans will become more expensive
and that corporate spending, a
major ingredient in economic
expansion, should taper off.
Interest rates on loans to small
businesses, consumers and
mortgages should not be
Immediately affected.
The hike in the borrowing fee
banks charge their biggest and best
corporate customer was the fifth
this year, and raised the prime to its
highest level in 2%A years.
The K per cent increase in prime
was first announced by Chase
Manhattan Bank, the country's
third largest bank, and shortly
became industrywide.
Other banks that quickly
followed suit included Marine
Midland, Bankers Trust Banks of
New -York; First Pennsylvania
Corp., .parejt of PlIadlpbia's


largest bank; and National Bank of
Boston.
San Francisco's Bank of
Americs, the biggest in the country,
said it was "studying" the increase.
Second-ranked First National City
Bank of New York was considered
likely to boost its rate Friday, its
usual day for rate adjustments.
Chase and the other banks
indicated their Increases were
linked to recent moves by the
Federal Reserve to cool the rate of
economic growth.
Last week the FED, which acts
as the nation's money manager,
announced a series of actions aimed
at making It more expensive for
banks to obtain lendable funds.
Tuesday, it appealed to banks to
limit the number of loans they
make.
Bank loans, which have been
growing at a record rate, contribute
to an economic boom because they
generate an increased flow of
money. This in turn generates
Increased demand for goods and
sea-i. -


The Shah's oil consultant Doctor
Reza FAllah signed the agreement
for Iran.
For the consortium of British,
American, French and Dutch
companies who operated the
Iranian oil Industry from 1954 until
now, British Petroleum director M.
Pennell signed the 100 page
agreement.
The Iranian ol industry was
nationalized by the Shah.
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi 55, on the
Persian New Year, March 21, 1973.
Previously Iran had no handling
rights over the oil industry which it
owned.
In his ultimatum to the western
consortium, the Shah warned that
their 1954 agreement would not be
renewed in 1979 when It expired
and therefore they should hand
over operations to Iran and sign a
20-year supply contract.
The consortium share holders
are:


British Petroleum 40 percent,
Shell Petroleum N.V. 14 pc; Gulf
Oil Corporation 7 pc; Mobil Oil
Corporation 7 pc; Standard Oil
Company of California (EXON) 7
percent; Standard Oil Company
(New Jersey) 7 percent; Texaco
Inc. 7 percent; Compagnle
Francaise des Petroles 6 per cent;
the Iricon group of companies
(Americans) S per cent.
The new agreement will be put
into legal and technical wording for
formal presentation to Parliament
within four weeks the leader of the
Iranian negotiators Dr. Reza Fallah
said.
Calling the agreement "unique"
Fallah declared that It is designed
to provide long term stability" and
to ensure the continuous flow of
crude oil to the markets supplied
by the oil companies."
The agreement will out at the
disposal of consortium member
companies "for over 20 years,
substantial quantities of crude oil,"
Fallsh said.
The terms of sale will ensure that
Iran will receive economic benefits
"no less favourable than those
which will accrue to other Persian
Gulf producing countries" Fallah
said.
Production operations will be
carried out under the direction of
the National Iranian Oil Company
while consortium members have
undertaken to provide technical
staff and experts required for
operations solely in "the oil field
areas for the first five years, Fallah
added.
As from Thursday until the
agreement is ratified by the Houses
of Parliament, oil fields, refinery
and export terminals will be
gradually transferred to Iran.


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Friday, May 25, 1973.


G S boys pick up 'kbitIs t Mcash' k


but vandals wreck their profits


PilJECT TI All SilK t CIlWnITY


THEIR MUSIC ROOM NEEDED A FACE.LIFT and thwe ted need a facele-s so tm 26
boys of the Junior Boys' Choir of Government High School dtiMSd to de something a at it.


They consulted with the
Ministry of Health and were
assigned an area of the Island
from which to clean litter and
bottles. They then got
themselves sponsors and
arranged with various bottling
companies to pay them for all
the refundable bottles they
collected.
On Saturday, headed by
their instructor Fred PFeischer,
with plastic bass donated by
the Ministry of Health, and in a
truck provided by Mr.
Livingstone Rolle, the boys
moved to McPherson's Bend.
Between McPherson's Bend
and Yamacraw Beach they
collected 7,000 bottle The
bottles were brought back to
the school and stacked chest
high.
On Monday morning the
bottling companies were to
send a representative to help
the boys grade the bottles. But
when Mr. Flelscher And the
boys returned to school etrly
Monday, they found that many
of the bottles had been
destroyed, and so had their
profits.
"We were to get from one
cent to five cents on each
refundable bottle," Mr.
Fleischer told The Tribune.
"We would have got five cents
on the more valuable 15 ounce
Coke bottles". But it was the
more valuable five cent bottles
that had suffered the most
damage.
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p.m. Saturday and titA e Mr. Fleeaher mid they were
Monday morning the bottIng s gained two Un by the
were used for target prnctilea |Ninlstry of Health one on
Huge rocks had been hurled mi the eastern end of the island
them sending fragtments o f and the other at the west. "But
glass everywhere. "Th meu ws ;there was so much to do at the
glass all over," said W Mr. eastern end of the Wdand, we
Fleitsdhr, "it made it qOilte didn't get to the west."
difficult to sort the bottlesthamt HIowever, they did clean an
were left with all the liames arei around Thompson
around. We lost quite a bit of Boqevard and Poinciana Drive
profit. w.t.. they waited for a
ALL RIGHT rsibune photographer to arrive
"But we still think we cume at Govemrnment High School.
out all right," said the telaor Although the students spent
who is satisfied that the project go much time and effort
was wotth the experience. cleann "It doesn't look as
"The boys are now wotif i though they had been there.
essays on the hazards of bolttls Tler Is Just so much litter, it
and broken glass in th is really a shame," Mr.
environment. They have PleHscher said.
collected their informitdaio What bottles could not
first hand from the hibhwts 6 returned to the bottling
and beeches," said omt ,oompMi were to be taken to
Fleiacbr. "They saw all t t thw City wump,
fermentation that h The bottles were stacked
collected in the bottles ad a" behind Government High
the Vermin and filth tha d Sch6ol "there were just too
been attracted by them. Ita m yw g cudnotsecure
Ta good educational peels them inside, but they were not
for the boys," he added. visible from the road," Mr.
The boys, all first fomtr, PlIischer added.
rang in age from I I to I 3 On Sturday evening when
Thea w otest m tsey were leaving the school
Ther wusr a contest smog they found a group of children
the youngsptenrs with print fc o Govemment High premises.
those who collected the momt yWe chaead them away," said
bottles. Pour enterprising b "We chase tn w d
bottles. Pour srpdlsia bowl1 1rt. Pleischer, but there wu no
teamed up and topthler m to gaArd thb bottles over
collected just under 4, fth weekend.
bottles and the first prize, he project was organized to
firstaprie, donated by N JM place tme broken windows -
Solomon, which will t otal t work of Vandals in the
about 550, will be 4dend siod I' musIc room and
among Adiam 4'AgIfsr, Ir, i m tefurbis the room.
Lloyd Sihith, Qulntysi rI :. :, .C y 1 1 boys don't yet
and Osweld ltas Jr*. 1 *lt thiy made, but, in
Takla se 1ond p a IS itMi to the experience,
886 bottles waStftbd:-S. tiny ,op. they will have some
His prize ha been donated toy nuaeyw toad s their music
the Pipe tof Peace. taodtirhd.
CAA WMm WLOT MV fl* w LUERIAN GOVT.
MONROVIA (AP) A plot s Nio- Liberia oveenment by
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asisM court here Wedrtedmy, Nst tMee spafsOs apiad charged with,
m honale feHf M s utIhr fat Cost Guard
affjint4M M tla Mores Padrh and
W e.e WM ested tMl -d plottlng to overthrow
the glfovwi t. gr. entt
Aecrdin g to the Jeoavy 2 whtlenspasb bIts v ag Cafise supersonic airliner at
Whete the ohr two W bsolkis nart paiked to be executed was not
mentiohed.
GETTING NOWKMS IN I OSI
VI.NTIANE, LAOS (AP) delim offlcil report they n getting,
nuwhaes with efflbns In Lait to bitifte plane crash sites and lewn the
fate of .more than 30m m0lasin A ut Mflye.
T11i CaaeiMls4esked hltm Lao Iave mponded to inquiries by
masatin t lhat AMtaliilidiN MMlIn March wnere the only U.S.
priboe1s 1bykt in LM 1 .
But a U4 ebMay pu a li *w GCasowisl, mid that the
embasl wasl to send las I ft 1 ,to vrWy reported crash site
In LaUM "kro diatriBe m tiM B a si of MAl and to fled out from the
mrlUnfu 4Xt'll a*p p t klf o h o yet.g Moaut th ftai of the men."
Aas~sadle o eptmat ea!ed i ntaI. Lo oepdaMelM Is IVintiane on
2l 9 It 1W* do Lostl .-. uhuebl.1 e wiMnW ad have been In
toH wid Pam a l lW.is;,M fm.soinla owkl sai.d.
He kd.d, Cp far el yBUII f .M1ha 1 1Wequests have been
treabted to. lb IPaitn Lao lidqMlib at f at n Im a in Northeastem
I wams0 .
t if aese he .Seeps RSam the Paost Leo
be ~ U1111J2t


NEW' APM '


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ad_' olours


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-LO LSUDENT
'"A :AWARDED DEGREE a
MARY ANN Constantaki;
was awarded a degree from
Huntingdon College in
Montgomery, AlL, during the
college's annual com-
mencement programme on
May 20.
Miss Constantakis was
awarded the Bachelor
Science degree with a major r
art. She is the daughter of MW
'uand Mrs. Alex Constantakis o0
Nassau.
One hundred and nineteea
A. degrees were awarded dudnj
the college's I19t





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HAPPY CHOIR BOYS Those members of the Junior
Boys' Choir of Government High School were already
outing their profits on Saturday morning with a portion S W D
4 the 7,000 bottles they had collected. They had planned CR O $W ORD
o return the refundable ones to the bottling companies and
ollect from one to five cents on each bottles. However, by PUZZLE
monday morning their dreams had been shattered. VandalsACROSS
ad smashed many of the most valuable bottles with large ACROSS A r
ocks. 1. Garment 27. Retired A
PHOTO: Philip Symonette. 6. Springs 29. Long for
10. Matador 31. Oriental hut
11. Ice cream 32. Tomahawk
holders 63. Mythomaniacs U A
13. Edible seaweed 36. Word of choice
arrived today: Skyward, TIDES 14 Condemn 37. Forget M I
diGras from St. Thomas High 12:52 a.m. and 1:32 16. MormonState 39. Eataway
.. n 18. GRarret 40. Restrictive SO A PUZZL


aailea toaay: Skyward, p ...
Mardi Gras for Miami Low 7:07 a.m. and7:38 p.m.
ARRIVING TOMORROW: WEATHER
Emerald Seas, Bahama Star,
Flavia from Miami; Tropic Wind: Southerly 8-14 m.p.h.
Flyer from West Palm Beach Weather: Chance of showers
SAILING TOMORROW: in the afternoon
Tropic Flyer, for West Palm Sea: Smooth
Beach: TrQpic Haven for Temp: Min. tonight 72
Recife, Brazil Max. tomorrow 89.


19. Smallest clauses
State: abbr. 43. Intelligence
20. Hurried agency
22. Maybe 44. Principle
23. Tarboosh 45. Critical
24. Piles 47. Gainsay
26. Nibble 48. Eva's friend


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Friday, May 26,1973.


Wht Wrttmnt


Tke role of Secretariat during Independence Week explained by Strachan


Protocol for the
I n d p endence Secretariat
(centre) speaks to heads of
departments at the Nassau
Beach Hotel about Protocol
during a recent meeting there.
Others around the table (left
to right) are: Wayne Miller,
Protocol Department,
Independence Secretariat;


Vernice Cooper, hospitality
officer; Mr. Strachan,
Harcourt Tumquest, Garth
Rahming, Frank Crothers,
director, Nassau Beach Hotel;
Bill Hawkins, director of
human resources, NBH; and
Leonard Hutchinson,
assistant manager, NBH.


MR. ERNEST STRACHAN,
Chief of Protocol for the
Independence Secretariat, was
the guest speaker at a recent
heads of department meeting
at the Nassau Beach Hotel. His
topic was "The Roll of the
Secretariat's Office During
Independence Week."
Mr. Strachan said protocol is
that part of the social
procedure which is set out in
definite rules prescribing the
etiquette in ceremonies of
state.
"It provides a guide as to
how to behave in official
relations with people of other
countries," he said. "Lapses in
protocol may be interpreted as
indications of lack of interest
and bring discredit to our
country."
He stressed that it is of the
unmost importance that all
high ranking dignitaries be
accorded the honours and
procedure that their rank
demands and that all
Bahamians involved in this
undertaking execute their
duties with discretion, tact and


diplomacy.
"It must be borne in mind
that we are all representatives
of our country and should
project an image to the world
that will do credit to the
Bahamas. Therefore, extreme
care must be taken in planning
and arranging for the visits of
these distinguished guests," he
said.


is one of the major languages in
the world, understood by
countless persons. Do not,
therefore, make unguarded
remarks in public in the
delusion that no one will
understand. Be tolerant of
other people's ways of doing
things. But tactful, pleasant
and friendly and warm in all
dealings with our foreign
" pmts hI said


The Nassau Beach Hotel will Also attending the meeting
accommodate the international from the Protocol Department
press during Independence. In of the Independence
reference to this Mr. Strachan Secretariat were Mr. Vernie
reminded the staff that this is Cooper, hospitality officer, Mr.
a very sensitive assignment for Wayne Miller, Mr. Harcourt
them and every effort should Tumquest and Mr. Garth
be made to cater to the needs Rahnqinga
of the press as they will be
sending out stories about the BAZAAR TOMORROW AT
Bahamas that can be good as CHURCH OF RESURRECTION


well as bad.
In conclusion Mr. Strachan
said he was sure everyone
realized how important it wan
to be courteous, polite and
accommodating.
"'It is also important," he
added, "to be discreet at all
times. Please remember English


A BAZAAR will be held at
the Church of the
Resurrection, Josans Heights,
South Beach off Bast Street
South tomorrow.
The bazaar, which will be
held in the church grounds,
will open at 3 p.m. There will
be the usual attractions.


No time for mom


after leaving the army

y Abigail lVan Bure
t m w emmu vufes t .. uIt m st" ., ia.o
DEAR ABBY: My son was in Viet 'Mam for over a
year, and when I beard be was coming home I started
cornt f b he wr.
Well, be came home, and guess where he went?
Stralht to his girl friend's house! I was so hurt I cried all

Abby, It youhad a son and be dd this to you, tell me,
tuflhfly, how would you fed? HURT MOTHER
DEAR MOTHER: I HAVE a Ma. and I can tel yea
trthfullty, if my me had a girl waiting for him whom be
e-uld't wait to ee, I'd xmt be hurt. I'd be grateful for Ms
ga ffosme. [Mam yem men wsl mt be comog heme
. . am n y thersn wi Mt have getr frtefds walsig for
them.]


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P. 0. Box 5276 Patton Street, Palmdale @ Telephone 2-1551


DEAR ABBY: I am 21 and my husband is 23. We have
been married for two years and have no children.
My husband and I have come to the decision that we
married too young, our marriage was a mistake, and we
should o our separate ways. We have both gone for coun-
aseling, and there iso hard feeling between us, and I think
we could probably still be friends after the divorce.
Our problem is bow to tll our families. They knew we
had bean having our problems and had seen a marriage
counselor, but haey will be shocked when we tell them we
have decided to split up. In fact, I'm afraid they might try
to talk us out of it. We have grandparents on both sides
who I'm sure would never understand it. I they ask -a
what happened or why we can't make a go of our mar-
riage, what ean we tell them?
Thi s to he hardest part of breaking up. Can you help
us? HIS AND HERS
DEAR 1 AND H: The less explalaing you try to de, the
better, ampty tel them that yes have decided to ea yea
marriage. And they press ye for details, say, "We'd
rather at diseases I." Perted.

DEAR ABBY: I work in an office all day long and In
the evenings I do Income tax. I have a lot of calling to de
to the evening, but I am on a four-party telephone line and
I have a terrible time getting the line.
Thee other parties are home all day, so I think they
should use the phone during the daytime and leave it free
for me to use at night.
I tell them to get off the line so I can use It, but
sometimes they don't do It. Don't you think I have the right
I to ua the phoailhAh viennlgs slaoe I am never here to
u it. r WM Ko aDO
DnAR weSrW i s ye sdeserva pecal eaesulerm-
tiI la the evealbag beenuse yea never use the telepheae
darlag the day. Bt if ye were to ASK them, instead of
T=LL them to get eoff te Mae, yeu'd probably have more


DEAR ABBY: We've had a lot of trouble with our teen-
aged son, and my next door neighbor keeps saying, "If he
were MY ki rd kick him out of the house."
Maybe my neighbor is right, but I Just can't me it.
How should I answer him if he says it again?
HEARTBROKEN DAD IN KANSAS CITY
DBAR DAD: Say, "If he were YOUR ki I'd probably
kiak Ms eat of the beme, but he's net YOUR kid. be's
MIMN."
Prldemst Treat Abby. For a peae- l eply, wrt to
A.MT. W eOaf, L. A.. CALIF. m- -a mleeM a
datagg af e meda .pe

er AtU'ps eeiet. "Mew to ave a L.vly WeeiOW.'
Mad P eA Abo. xen n. Le Ang"el. Cal. eM e.


"I've told you for the last time that if you won't clear
dff your desk I'm doing it for you."


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Continuous dancing every night except Thursdays
from 10 p.m. until ...
CANTONESE DINING FROM 7 P.M.
NO COVER NO MINIMUM
BRITANNIA BEACH HOTEL PARADISE ISLAND


Excitigs thigs amre

happening at the Fabuldous

Trade Winds Bar & Lounge

Paradise Island


For 'thousand and one Bahamian


nights'--come to Paradise Island

THE PRESENT TIBOR RUDAS PRODUCTION at Le Cabaret Theatre is called Carino de Panis or "A Thmasd Aad OwM


E.


O.6.


AT THE

3MZEGAR.Ar.r. a oo


HYATT EMERAL BEACH

MAY 22d dhr. MAY 27h


r 10:00 P.M. SUN THURS
10:00 & 12:00 P.M. FRI & SAT



for reAeLL7'ons


,..NNW=


T-0 S


Bahamian Nights."
Although this particular
revue is not likely to last that
long, it is worth at least a
couple of your nights. And as a
cabaret production, it is
inventive with definite hints at
originality.
Cabarets in Paradise Island
casino since 1968 have been
suggestive of Las Vegas and
Europe, but Paris especially.
Now it is mostly something
of the Caribbean and the
Bahamas in particular. Paradise
Island is right across the bridge
from the city of Nassau.
This revue was introduced
last Christmas and is expected
to continue for at least 18
months. Props, lighting and
costumes are elaborate and, of
course, expensive. The effect,
though, is exotic and
spectacular. To accommodate
all the paraphernalia, the Le
Cabaret stage was enlarged to
90 feet, although still not quite
large enough for the stage
manager's requirements.
Along with the
"Bahamianized" scenes and
props the show has 13
brown-skinned gals and
fellows. Most are novices to the
world of entertainment, but
are performing with skill and
apparent enjoyment.
TIBOR RUDAS
The entire cast is 33 and the
foreign girls are under the aegis
of Tibor Rudas, a Hungarian
by birth, with dance companies
in places like Las Vegas and
Montreal.
The Bahamians are also part
of the Rudas troupe acquiring
the Rudas style in a school
established on Paradise Island
in the summer of 1972. The
idea is to train local talent for
eventual induction into the
revue.
As the girls and boys
become proficient dancers they
are given the option of entering
the production in Nassau or
joining Rudas' other revues,
but they have to be especially
dedicated to leave home. None
has yet indicated any leaning in
this direction.
Most of the Bahamian girls
were in training about two
months before the revue
started but appear to be keen
dancers and were obviously
chosen because of their ability
to maintain the style of the
show. The show is designed for
a sophisticated clientele.
Two of the girls come from
a family of night club
entertainers. A few were
models and another is a former
airline stewardess. But all aps


young people looking for
exciting avenues to lend time
and interest. And the cabaret
show has much appeal ... it's
like making it big in the world
of show biz.
According to the art director
and stage manager, Lesley
Szarka, the Bahamians are "a
very attractive addition to the
show and are performing to
standard."
The show has received
favourable reviews since it was
first premiered. "People just
don't expect to see such shows
in the Bahamas and are
pleasantly surprised when it's
well done," Szarka said.
Szarka's method of gleaning
audience rating is not novel -
he eavesdrops on them as they
leave the theatre. Sometimes,
too, the worthy patrons would
let the maitre d' know their
se timents. So there's no lack2
or feedback. Ank the show,
goes on in the Paradise Island
Casino where thousands of
holiday makers congregate and
face the gaming tables.
The production includes
several lively scenes with
expositions in mime, the "Can
Can" and impersonations
highlighted by excellent
lighting direction, elaborate
costumes .-made in Montreal
and Paris.
BRIEF REVIEW
For a brief review of
interesting cabaret numbers -
there's the piece that is a
variation of the Bahamas
Christinas Junkanoo and the
Trinidadian carnival. Another
is a multi-media film clip about
Hollywood stars. This skit is a
rendition of the things tourists
do that they shouldn't !- drive
on the wrong side of the street
in downtown Day Street. This
pantomime is presented on a
screen showing the fun people
In a mad and frivolous
adventure.
Two well portrayed numbers
consist of one-eyed pirates
depictive of the bygone days in
the Bahamas in sinking ships,
and an underwater number
where pretty clam shells open


up to disclose pretty girls who
perform acrobatic movements
inside the shells.
A change of pace is
introduced with the
performance of three male
dancers called the
"Olympians" whose
movements, although stylized,
are performed with skill and
good taste, complemented by
excellent light design. This
piece is highly favoured by the
audience and the applause is
appreciative and deserved.
The entire show lasts
about an hour and a half
sprinkled with the caustic
English humour of
comedian-emcee Freddie
Sayles and the tap dancing of
American George Humes.
The Le Cabaret seats 500
and there are two "shows
nightly, except Monday.
Dinner is served only before
A*e first show. .r Oek
cabaret is over the night is still
young ... calypso and goombay
music for dancing goes on in
the small bar and lounge in the
casino.


Dancing girl

THERESA ANNE Johnson,
20, (ABOVE) left Nassau on
Sunday for Montreal to begin a
dancing engapu*ens with ti*
ud Theatrical CopQrtion
at LeChateau Champlil in
Montreal.
Miss Johnson is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 0.
Johnson of Market St.


U-..- ( 'l'h t


REV. TAYLOR
GUEST SPEAKER
THE REV. Edwin Taylor,
chairman of the Methodist
Church in the Bahamas, will be
the guest speaker at the
anniversary service of the
Lutheran Church on Sunday
afternoon.
The celebration will mark
the second anniversary of the
dedication of the faculty.
William HJones, pastor of the
congregation, will !ad the
observance, which will be held.
at 5 p.m. The service will be
followed by a fellowship hour
with refreshments.
ST. CECILIA'S FAIR
SATURDAY
THE ANNUAL parish fair
will be held at St. Cecilia's
Church, Coconut Grove, at 4
p.m. Saturday.


Have nofear...
the Count Is here


at


No.1 Bay Street


TONIGHT

with his all-Bahamian revue
Fire dancer Limbo dancer Plus
the Count's owh rhymes,
Naughty & Otherwise

plus
Dancing to the rhythm of



aud the Nightheaters


Take-away suppers, home
cookery, hamburgers and all
the usual bazaar attractions
will be featured, including new
clothing and student-made arts
and crafts.
Proceeds will go toward the
maintenance and repair of the
school and other parish
buildings.
The fair is sponsored jointly
by the parish council and the
women's auxiliary. Mrs. LEvitti
Sherman is cbelrwoman.
RED CROSS DONATIONS
THE BAHAMAS Red Cross
has received the following
donations.
Junior Red Cross Link
South Mastic Point Andros
$20, Trinity Methodist Church,
$50; Red Cross Group Cqnch
Sqund Andros, S25;The Chas
Manhattan Bank N.A., $400;
Red Crom Group Duncan
Town Ragged Island, $30;
Exuma Ladies Club, $100; Red
Cross Group Betsy Bay
Mayaguana, $20; Red Cross
Group Spring Point Acklins,
$44; Staff International
Hotel Golf A Tennis Club
f(Freeport), $75.58; American
Women's Club, S150; Red
Cross Group Current
Eleuthera, S50; Red Cross
Group Steventon Exuma, $40;
Red Cross Group Farmen Hill
Exuma, $50; Red Cross Group
Nicholls Town Andros, $30;
Red Cross Group The Bight
Cat Island, $24 and Red Cros
Group Rum Cay $20.
SUN
Rises 5.23 a.m.
Sets 6:50 p.m.


MOON
RMs 12:23 a.m.
Sets 12:23 p.m.


SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE 3:00 & 4:55
THE aOST & MR.CHICKEN" I
Starring
DON KNOTTS JOAN STALEY

NOW SHOWING
Except Sat.. Matge, Eve011g 9-'Pbone 2-1004, 2-1
4 Sunday Matine 345 & 4:55egvening 9:00







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| TrS OCOANYPhROUCt Pnav
NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED.
mIteorvadia not ciahted by 8:45, wl be sold
Son nrtcome, fir aved bali.


*Mitlnlee Stasat 1:45 Continuou Showings
"THE LAND RAIDERS" PG. from 3:00
*Tely Savalas George Maharis AN AND BOY" G.
PLUS 'MAN AND BOY" G.
"THE SILENCERS" PG. Bill Cosby
Dean Martin Stella Stevens Leif Ericson
Starts Statay Night 9:00 PLUS
Sunday Matinee Starts At 2:00 "RUN WILD,
Even 9:00RU E G.
"ULZANA'S RAID" R. RUW RSE" G.
Burt Lancaster Bruce Davison John Mills
PLUS MarkLester
QUADROONN" R.
No oneunder 17admined. PLUS Late Feature
'Phone 2-2534 Saturday Right.


SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE STARTS AT 1:30
"A PISTOL FOR MN0"
Starring
*MONTGOMERY WOOD FERNANDO SANCH1
S-PLUS-


1 'TOBUITO "
Starring
ROCK HUDSON GEORGE PEPPARD

NOW SHOWING THRU SUNDAY
Exep Set.a Matile, Evenng 30-s'one 3-4i6


SO& E...U _-_r .


oI

I


IT'S MAKEUP TIME for the girls appearing In "A Thousand and One Bahamian
Nights". This backstage shot before the shows begin catches them putting on the final
touches before appearing on stage. PHOTO: Fred Maura


PRENTICE MMNER


SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12:40
MWisOUmeveninig conploets with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Rebm.
Dinner from 7.00p.m. to 9.30 p.m.





IIAMShu0l.










frkidy, May 2, 1973.

SIN$ BUS .C.E.

EXAM ESELTS a


HENRY FRANCIS AT HIS DESK


soung Bahamian now Barclays


last Bay bran
S TWELVE YEARS AGO
r enry Francis joined Barclays
Bank International. It's a
Decision he has never regretted
and one which has done both
himself and the bank a
tremendous amount of good.
In 1961, Mr. Francis joined
Barclays on leaving school at
the age of 16. He had adequate
educational qualifications
including four G.C.E. '0' level
passes, two of which were
English Language and
Mathematics.
Mr. Francis was keen on
making banking his career and
was anxious to learn all he


ich manager

could about Barclays
operations as quickly as he
could.
He has now worked in a
number of Barclays branches
throughout the Bahamas, and
has attended numerous courses
in Nassau, Jamaica and
London. He has passed Part I
of the Institute of Bankers
Examinations and qualified for
generous awards from the Bank
and the Nassau Bankers Club.
Now, at 28, Henry Francis is
manager of Barclays Bank
International East Bay Street
Branch, and has a world of
banking open ahead of him.


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The following is a list of
examination results of the
Government High School
candidates who were successful
in the London General
Certificate of Education
Examination which was held in
January of this year:
ADVANCED LEVEL
R. H. Knowles, Biology,
Geography; N. C. Schackleford
Biology.
ORDINARY LEVEL
C. R. Adderley English
Literature; P. A. Adderley,
Biology, English Language,
Georgraphy.
S. M. Bascom, Biology,
Physics; L. A. Bethel, English
Language; J. B. Birch, E .hs
Language; T. G. Birch, English
Language (with distinction); C.
M. Boyd, English Language,
Mathematics, C. M. Brown,
English Language, Physics: D
M. Clare, History.


ORDINARY LEVEL
M. T. Clarke, English
Language, D. A. Darling,
English Language (dis-
tinction); Latin C. D. Davis,
Biology, English Literature,
Mathematics.
P. L. Delaney, English
Language, E. M. Dorsett,
English Language (distinction);
English Literature
(distinction); E. Dumont,
French; M. Fawkes, Biology,
French; R. M. Forbes, English
Language (distinction) English
Literature (distinction); C.
Gardiner, English Language,
English Literature; P. E.
Gooding, English Language,
English Literature; R. Gray,
Biology, Geography; V. L.
Hunt, English Literature; L.
Marshall, Economics; M. E.
Moncur, French; A. E. Moss,
Biology, Mathematics, Physics;
D. S. Pratt, Biology, E english
Language, English Literature,
History, Latin; S. L. Saunders,
History; Y. Strachan, Biology;
H. 1. Swaby, English Language;
H. L. Thompson, French
Mathematics; M. C. Wallace,
English Literature; V. C.
Williams, Biology, Chemistry,
Mathematics, Physics.
S. Wilson, English Language.


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CELEBRATIIS _^

AT ELEUITERA I


EARL R. SHORT
AlK IF NASSlAl'S
NE PRESIIENT
THE Board of Directors of
The Bank of Nassau Limited
has elected Earl R. Short to the
polstion of president and chief
executive officer of the bank,
effective in August of this year.
At that time, Thomas S.
Marshall, who is now president
of the bank, will return to the
corporate headquarters in
Richmond, Virginia, to assume
the presidency of Bank of
Virginia International.
Announcement of the
elections was made by
Frederick Deane, Jr., president
of Bank of Virginia Company,
a $1.3 billion registered bank
holding company. The parent
firm operates Bank of Virginia
International, an Edge Act
subsidiary, which owns 75 per
cent interest in The Bank of
Nassau, in addition to offering
a wide range of international
banking services.
Mr. Short has had an
extensive background in trust
banking, with experience in
both domestic and
international fields. He is a
graduate of the U.S. Naval
Academy and served a five-year
tour in the Navy, after which
he received his law degree from
the University of South
Carolina.
He began his banking career
with Citizens and South
National Bank in Columbia,
South Carolina, where he
%worked from 1958-1965.
During this time Mr. Short
became a senior trust officer in
charge of trust administration
for the Columbia office and
the statewide new business
development activities
involving both corporate and


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GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR,
Eleuthera: Here in Eleuthera
the community has planned
two fun-filled days of events
on July 13 and 14, following
the national independence
celebrations in Nassau on July
11.
Mr. Philip Bethel,
representative for the
constituency, said that
everyone in his constituency
was joining together in a
national effort to make their
celebration one of the most
memorable.
Prime Minister the Hon.
Lynden 0. Pindling will join in
the July 13 and 14 celebrations |
which will include sports I
meets, ecumenical church q
services, fireworks display,
cookouts, a cake bake, arts and
crafts and a float parade.
Chairman of the
Programme Committee is Mr.
Scott Soutar.
Under the chairmanship of
Miss Enid Bethel, the Finance
Committee are receiving
donations from residents and
friends abroad.
Rev. Emmet Weir said that
all the churches are working
together and from July 1 major
ecumenical services will be held
at Governor's Harbour and
Rock Sound and people from
other settlements will join to
take part. Services will take
place from July 2 to 7 with
special services and prayers.
During these services residents
will be reminded to clean up
their premises.
He also suggested that there
be a tree-planting ceremony
during the celebrations so that
it would bi there for
generations to come.
"It would also have great
symbolic value," he said.
Mr. Harold Munnings,
coordinator at the
Independence Secretariat, who
was in Governor's Harbour for
the meeting, said that treats are
being provided for each school
child in the Commonwealth
along with souvenir
Independence medals and a
little flag. Special treats are
also being provided for the
older people.
Mer. George Smith,
Prliamentary Secretary tp the
frime Minister and chairman at
the Secretariat told them that
no matter what their
differences are they should all
join together for the good of
their country and one common
goal.
He reminded them that
certain ceremonial events such
as the handing over of the
Constitutional Instruments
must take place in Nassau.
"However," he said, "what we
make of our independence will
not only be determined by the
political leaders but by
everyone who lives in this land,
and it will be a joy to say to
our children, 'we were there.'"
Following is the
Independence programme for
Governor's Harbour:
JULY 13 12 p.m. -
National Anthem; opening
speech; sports meet; open road
race.
3:30 p.m. Swim Meet across
the harbour; 9 p.m. dancing.
JULY 14 9 a.m. volleyball
competition; 12 p.m.
tug-of-war; 12:30 p.m.
National Anthem, all-star
softball team; 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. arts and crafts display.


Caribbean Bottling help Day Care Centre


THE GAMBLER DAY
CARE CENTRE on Farrington
Road, recently received a
donation from Caribbean
Bottling to cover cost of a sun
room for the centre which was'
opened April 21. Caribbean
Bottling (makers of Coca Cola)
is located in the Gambler
Constituency and, according to
Managing-Director Colin Wells,
the company took the
opportunity to do something
that would be of benefit to the
people of that area. The centre
can now accommodate 25
children. There are plans for en
additional sun room when the
centre is enlarged to double its
present capacity. Shown In
tha sun room donated by
Caribbean Bottling are (from
left): M rs. May Wilson,
manager of the Centre; Aaron
(KikI) Knowles, chairman,
Gambler Branch; Philip PInder,
chairman, Day Care Fund
Raising Committee; Mrs.

NEW GOVERNOR

FOR JAMAICA
HER MAJESTY the Queen on
the recommendation of the
Jamaican Prime Minister haa
appointed the Hon. Florlzel
Glasspole, C.D., Minister of
Education to be Governor General
of Jamaica. He will be sworn In at
King House on June 27.
Mr. Glasapole succeeds Sir
Clifford Campbell, G.C.M.G.,
G.C.V.O., who retired on March I
this year. '
The Order of the Nation.,
a new Jasnalena honour
specially created for the Governor
General, and the country's highest
(behind the order National Hero
and above the Order of Merit) le
shortly to be received by Mr.
Glasspole. The form of addressing
the new Governor General will be
His Excellency the Most Hon.
Florisel Glaepole, O.N., C.D.
Mr. Glasspole who was first
elected to the House of
Representatives in 1944 and has
been a member ever aince, was one
of the longest servin members of
Parliament in Jamaica.
He was Minister of Labour from
1955-1957, Minister of Education
from 1957-1962 and again since
March 1972. He was als Leader of
the House of Representatives from
19SS-1962 and again since March
1972.
Born September 25. 1909, Mr.
Glaspole was educated at the
Central Branch Primary School,
Wolmers High School and Ruskin
College, Oxford.
He has served the Trade Union
Movement with distinction holding
the positions of General Secretary,
Jamaica United Clerks AssocAltion
from 1937, 1938, General
Secretary of the Jamaica Trade
Union Congres from 1938-1952,
President of the Jamaica Printers
and Allied Workers Union from
1942-1948, General Secretary of
the Water Commission and Manual
Workers Association from
1941-1948, President of the
Machado Employee* Union from
1945-1952 and General Secretary


Lillian Hanna, Day Care
Assistant; Colin Wells of
Caribbean Bottling: the Hon.


Clement T. Maynrd, Minister
of Tourism.
PHOTO: Howard Glass


ISPURGEON BETHEL


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THE KEART OF PINEWOOD'GARDENS
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SO DON'T BE DISAPPOINTD, SO COME


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They'll continue to carry a full line of:
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WE HAVE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ...."
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SREALETATE


By OWNER
House in Highland park, 3
bedrooms, 2 bt6h. living,
dining, kitchen, utility room
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90 x 100. Nice
home In n9ce area. To view,

C9915
FOR SALE
St. WUGSTt RD- NarW
Monastery 3 Bed 1 Bath
house with study or 4th
Bedroom. Asking $30,000 or
nearestofter.Mtg. Available.
BLAIR ESTATES Lovely 3
Bed 2 Bath house with family
room & study (4th Bedroom)
on large enclosed grounds.
Only $45, grond

FIVE UNIT APT. BLOG ih
quiet residential Area.
Furnished. A/C. 100%
Occupancy. Income $1,130 per
mth. Coif operated
washing machine Price
$88.000.
MARATHON ESTATES Lot
60 x 100 $6,000


MILLARS
commercial
Carmichael
$15,000.


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


SOUTH BEACH- Beach Front
lot 75 x 165 ..$10,000
GARDEN HILL ESTATES-
Lots 60 x 100. All, utilities
completed $6,000 ... $100
Down ... $120 per inth.
WEST GROVE --West Bay St.
Coral Dr. large lot $40,000
-IMPERIAL PAI Lots 95:X
100 ... all utilttes Price
$8,300. 10% Down ... Balance
on Terms.
PINEWOOD GARDENS -
Lots $75 Down & $18,40 per
week.
CANTERBUJRY v PARK -
Adjacent to Prince Charles
Drive In Theatre Lots 75 x 110
-$150 Ddwn.
SE E O of
Naht. 5st reId1ential
arees-o 10 x o00 From
$6490, 10% Down.
1 tOUC. .."- Attactlve 3
hohe with:
scrbnc rf back porch ...
PrNOe. 42.Oe.

CALL IERKLEY PIERGUSON.
REAL ESTATE'
Ph. 11238 -4913
-BERWIN HOUSE,
PRW-DEWICK ST.
NASOAU


P. o,9w4. Nsme, .

SPECIAL SUY
O TOR YEAR
DUple 2 2-sedr,& s, kit4en,
liVing Wael dinng, 'furnished.
Annual income $5700.00

Lafr ~n~erdiai prepsrty
Warehouse 2000 sq. ft.
Lot 75 x 100
I bedroom apartment
3 bedroom house Good.
Investment
Commercial. 84g. -
CntMO.ill Sound Invetment.
bil4k.IV i* AnWm

Mad bth Iving m .orn
d room, afconditloned,
tu Z Wall 'to cpapt,

1. BEDROOM, k beth, Hyingl
rfdooi den, fam y romeN,
[tif n m, of tc,
.te y; dombe. carport, wall
to wall a afo rcondltloned.
YVa4 (f e landscaped. See by
poly. 9latlr
*Ps"nm
& .


I I M IESATE


I I


C9923
FOR SALE
Choice Beach property
Adelaide. Call 42458 evenings.
C9847
3 bedroom 1 bath house with
adjoining income producing
efficiency apartment. Good
locaton. Price: $35,000.
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY Phone:
2-1178 or 5-5408 P. 0. Box
N-4648, Nassau.


ous680
House


BY OWNER
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 loyely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout Unusual
opportunity. To view.
telephonee 2-1722.3.
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 Ba Street property with
170 t. frontage and
approximately 480 ft. deep.
For Information and
appointment rail 23921.
C9937

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Live rent free, income from
apartments wilr cover interest
payment. 2 bedroom 2 bath
cottage and 2 I.ngjp .beda4w. -
apartments in Tuckaway
Suibdivision. Call 2-2738 from
9a.m. to 5 p.m.
C9875,
FOR SALE AT ONCE -
Owners must sell! A wonderful
opportunity. The large
spacious home on hilltop at
Shrley Park Avenue. No
reasonable offer will be
refused. Subject to a reserved
price. Income property. Cash
sale only. Call R. J. Smollet
for information phone 58033
day or night.
C9968
MACKEY STREET --
CommArcial Property 88 x 250
feet. WINCHESTER STREET
prtnt or residential site
109 x 129 feet. SHtRLEA -- 2
bedroom residence on lot 70 x
93 feet. Particulars call
VERNE ROBERTS REALTY,
Bhgne7?B97. .

FM SALE 0> RENT
C9912
ARBOUR MEWS CLUB:
Rent or sale Cable Beach. 4
bedroom 3A baths. Call77470
or 77466



3 BEDROOM 2 bath
completely furnished hoane,
Nasau. East, near school.
Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.
C9624.
FULLY AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedroom apartment Centreville
near Z.N.S. Ring 5-8679 ask
. for Mr. Pritchard.
C9"24
TWO BEDROOM apartment
ueinlN ed nice location.
. fthmith Street, Shirtey
MhIfsts. CM Mr. Carey 5-3471.


OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte fie6r kty. Immedate
occlpanW,. ample parking.
neliw14O17. "


*1W TOWN furnished rooms.
afti~ce"~ A.partmrent, and also
Sfgr sale. Phone


QIOS downtown
ofle space 3 rooms, 700 sq.
ft GI 2-3041 or write c/o


7, such.u;


star.


C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.


C9633
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9640
ONE EXTRA LARGE TWC
BEDROOMS TWO BATH
AND ONE EXTRA LARGE
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT. With large
living and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C96 83
2 bedroom apartment
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9946
STORE SPACE, East Street
south, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon. Phone 3-5350.
C9833
.FROM JUNE 1st.
2 bedroom apartment,
completely furnished, master
T. V. antenna, washing
machine and dryer on
premises. Blue Hill Road south
on block south of Soldier
Road. Telephone 23287.
C9945
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350.
C9950
BACHELOR'S APARTMENT
in Dunmore Lane $20 per
week. Phone 5-4207.
C9959
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bathroom apartment, fully
furnished and equipped,
airconditioning, large balcony,
swimming pOQIl.short or long
f6f. '$436 *per month.
Children welcome. Contact
2-1841 (days) 2-8248
(evenings).

CARS FOR SALE
C9938
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 VENT UKN-
4 Dr Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
- Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER -
Auto, Blue $2100.
1971 FORD GALAXIE -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Rod $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
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
.1970 FORD CAPR 1-
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC 75
Auto. 975

TRAPE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
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
22216 or 42718 (After 6:00
p.m.)

BLUE 1971 P FIREBIRD 350 H.P.


alrcondltioned and tape deck.
BARGAIN $3,000. Ralph
2-1530 Shell Palm Tree Service
Station.

1968 ,1MHnmavn Hunter
de 25,000 miles. Good
condition. Asking $900. phone
(daytime) 2-8902 (evenings)


-C ~.~nt tion.
leaving Jsland.
54 (daytime)


I I


C9926
1967 V.W. CAR. excellent
condition Sunshine roof. $700
(O.N.O.) Phone 57957 after
5:30 p.m.

FOR SALE
C9913
Quick scle by owner ... House
on double lot Johnson Road
E state. Furnished or
unfurnished. Garage sale on
household items daily. Phone
Mrs. Albury 41629.


9771 ROBERTS reel to reel
tape deck 650xD, Scott 38c
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.
C98(9
APARTMENT size fridge -
Was $265. Now $225.
Apartment size stove Was
$225 Now $187. D & R
FURNITURE OUTLET Wulff
Road, next to Wong's Grocery
Store Phone 59600.
C9868
10 piece bedroom set Was
$310 Now $272 Hollywood
beds Single and double -
Was $85 Now $75. D & R
FURNITURE OUTLET Wulff
Road, next to Wong's Grocery
Store Phone 59600
C9886
BIKE FOR SALE
200 cc Triumph Scrambler.
Phone Charles 32510.
C9920
68 GMC V-6 14 TON
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
airconditioning, radio, 73
Licensing spotless. $2300
O.N.O. Phone 51901 between
9 and 5.
C9932
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!
Catch the Big Sale on Women's
Men's & Children's Wearing
Apparel and Footwear now
going on at LEE'S
DEPARTMENT STORE, on
Bay Street, opposite Maura
Lumber Company,. Everything
has to go everything MUST
go! So get in on these
exceptional values while they
last.

C9779
HONDA 50. Perfect condition.
Hardly ridden less than 150
miles $425. or nearest offer.
Phone 5-7102 Glenn Hepburn
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.

C9951
EVENING DRESSES around
$5, men's jackets, job lot of
waiters' new jackets, baby's
bassinette and bathinette and
miscellaneous items. Second
house west of G. R. Sweetings
opposite Crown Life Building.
All day Saturday May 26th.
C9949
EXPATRIATE leaving
Bahamas. Dozens of bargains -
clothing, books, ice chests,
skis, pots and pans, linen,
games, Yamaha 60, Glassware
etc. Bungalow No. 2 inside
Police Compound, East Street.
Saturday, May 26th, 10 a.m.
Tel. 58647.

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



C9942
WOULD Clyde J. Miller please
contact Foxdale Limited
Office urgently. Phone 2-21 13.
C9934
Make your Summer Vacation
profitable and enjoyable. Take
along a Treasure Master Metal
Detector. For details call
2-3921.
C9906
SHOPKEEPERS and bargain
hunters lease note the
following may be viewed by
calling 321, .
1 A selKtion of clothing
items of well known name
brand,
2. M2 assorted flower pots
MAd dditenal garden
parentss.
3. X election of PUTA
Vases, candle holders etc.


4. A quantity of assorted
styl t of sunglasses.
5. Double sided mirrors.
6. A Igv quantity of
Sfactory made doors and
parts for cabinets and
other trimming material.
7. Other miscellaneous
ftilis.


LOST


C9940.
BROWN MINIATURE DOG
with brown collar, area of
William's and Shirley Streets.
$100 REWARD. Phone
7-8139.



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 Aqualift 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 Ladies' Bikinis,
Men's Tank Suits, Children's
Swim Bands, Ski Belts, Life
Vests, Lilo Floats, Skiis and
Tow Ropes.

DIVERS! 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 N1658
Telephone 24869
C9645
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.
C9884
24 FOOT FIBRA two-berth
cruiser. 150 H.P. sterndrive,
just completed $3000 refit.
Depthometer, transmitter,
fishing chairs, pumps etc.
Lying BROWNS. $3750 for
quick sale. 9 foot fibreglass
dinghy and 5 H.P. outboard
available $200. Telephone
58647 evenings.
C9903
23 Foot Formula with twin
120 Mercruiser 1/0 in excellent
condition. Phone 5-8512.

C9963
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED
P. 0. Box 5453
NASSAU
USED BOATS
20' BERTRAM Sportsman
(1969) with 160 h.p.
Mercruiser just spent
$1.400.00 second. engine and
outdrive. $4,750.00


20' BERTRAM BAHIA MAR
with 160 H.P. Mercruiser -
recently antifouled with
auxiliary motor and ship to
shore $4,500.00
16' FLAGSHIP (1972) model
with 45 h.p. Chrysler engine.
Good condition. $2,000.00
24' SEA RAY (1972) with
twin 140 h.p. Mercruisers
$11,800.00
29' WOOD SLOOP Aux.
sailboat with dinghy and
Seagull. Excellent condition
$6,000.00

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

$3' FORMULA with twin
100/110 Volvos $2,500,



C9905
HOPEDALE CENTRE
A private remedial school for
Children -with omIicl nerie.
I etarded, 144, MhatdWr
nd speech ,ibleiw, 4*tW
lbarners.)
Now accepting limited
enrollment for September
trm.
Qualified teachers, '
Inquiries Invited.
Phone 35492 or write P. 0.
jox N883, Naplma.,


I I L mWATE


C9933
AUTO Bodymen required at
Gibson's Body & Fender
Repair Shop, Carmichael Road.
Call Gibson 28896.
C9919
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
with knowledge of higher
Accountancy needed. Apply
with complete resume and
photograph to H. 0. Merren
and Company Ltd., P. 0. Box
63, Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
TELEPHONE: 9-2961 or
9-2934.


I l


C9882
CARTER OPPORTUNITY for
senior clerk with gooc
command of English and
ability to communicate. Under
supervision, successful
applicant will be required to
prepare reports, compile
statistics etc. Age requirement
20 26. General office
experience required. At least
one reference to accompany
application which should be
directed to: Adv. C9882, c/o
The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas.
C9890
We require for 1st September
1973 a TEACHER with at least
one year's experience in a
Montessori School. Minimum
requirements are four G.C.E.
"O" levels and a Diploma in
the Montessori Method of
Education for 2 5 year
olds. Please apply in writing to
Infant Education Centre, Box
6196, Nassau.
C7384
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (four -
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and. follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7377
08 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:.

C9957
PARADISE ISLAND
LIMITED offers attractive and
interesting opportunity for an
Executive Secretary.
Shorthand speed about 90
w.p.m. and typing 70 w.p.m
Applicant should have G.C.E.
in English and be high school
graduate. Preference given to
person with at least three years
office experience. Permanent
position, extra benefits and
salary commensurate with
experience. Bahamians need
only apply. For interview
please.call: 5-7511 and ask for
Mr. George Mackey.


C9908
APPLICATIONS are invited
for the position of Manager,
Bahamas Industrial Gases Ltd.,
Nassau, Bahamas, a member of
the Island Gases group of
companies. Applicants must
have either
(1) A degree in the
engineering sciences,
preferably chemical
engineering, as well as
managerial and industrial
gas plant experience, or
(2) Several years experience
in the gas industry in a
similar position..
The Company supplies local
markets with industrial and
medical gases, welding supplies,
safety equipment, sport diving
equipment, and fire fighting
equipment.
The successful applicant will be
responsible for: the safe and
efficient operation of the gas
producing plants, distribution
and sales of the gases and
merchandise, administration of
the business.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience,.
An Incentive bonus scheme
related to the .profits of the
Company and the group as a
whisls Irn force.
Appilotions in writing only
together with supporting
details should be marked
"Private and Confidential" and
mal ed to: The Manager,
Bahamas Industrial Gaes Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N-4688. Nassau,
Bahamas.
ONLY WRITTEN- applications
with full details attached will
be acce.ted.


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C737
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5.10 yeats
DUTIES/RESPONSItLITIES:
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.


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 college level education
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. 0. Box N3229, Nassau.
C9956
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED
BODYMAN REQUIRED
5 years experience necessary.
Require person capable of
producing high quality work.
Apply In person to: Mr. J. W.
Blackman, Island Motor
Company, Oakes Field,
opposite the Ice Plant.
C9948
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
apply, '
Etienne Dupuch Jr.
Publications Phone 3-5666.
C9935
EXPERIENCED live-in maid
required for large family in
Montagu Heights area. For
further Information call Mrs.
Knowles 3-2659
C9962
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED requires
REPAIRMAN -- 5 years
experience necessary. Require
person capable of producing
high quality work. Apply in
person to:
Mr. 4. W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field,
opposite the Ice Plant


C9954
SHOP MANAGERESS for
International Firm, must be
able to assume training of
personnel, and have at least 5
years experience In China.
Crystal and Giftware, as well as
purchasing, knowledge on
components on lead Crystal
and fine Bone China.
Ideal applicant should be able
to read and understand French
or German. For Interview,
please phone 352-7219 in
Freeport, Mrs. Fox.


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ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT'
required by International FirmZ
applicant must have at least 3I
years experience In all phases'
of accounts, and also be able to
type. For Interview please
phone Mrs. Fox at 352-7219,



C9636



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


C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service -

C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. 0. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C9635
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for home!, apartments and,
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street.
next to Frank's Place.
C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED
Contact D&R FURNITURE.
OUTLET, Wuiff Road East;
next to Wong's Grocery,
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED'
FURNITURE
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL'
ABCO TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
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.


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C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5.10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI'IES:
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. .


C9634
INTERNATIONAL PFIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vcancles for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses; Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co.; P. 0. Box F-2416,
Faeeport; Bahamas.


NELP HMTED
C9647
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff.
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountant's
office and must be In
possession of t least
University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certified Accountant.
Applicants shguid apply In
writing to the Staff Partner,I
Price Waterlsouse & Co. P.!A
Box F-;415, Freepost,
Bahamas.
C7384
.OB TITLE: STEEL:
FABRICATORS fourtht
MINIMUM EDUCATIONf'i
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXP~RIENCEs: :
years experiencil, n steel layw
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBitLITIES:
Read and follow structural
stooeel d8atll drawings, cut a1nd
weld in accordance wil
drawling secifications.
INTERESTED APPUCAIF
CONTACT: Personni
Department, Bahama CenWeI
Company, P. 0. eBox Pf4
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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Must have high school
'lnread all phases of
Oft Install all phases
cectly for health and
eitltion reasons, know cost
t labour and material from
rista know gas and water,
ieal panel control,
eevng for the lines.
dgof swimming pool
w*k, bolster work, heat
-edchge, hot water systems
iluAhding balancing. Must
kow house pumps and hot
watr circulation pumps,
materiall take off. Must be able
to t along with people.
Cet Iid lcence and references

GENERAL LABOURERS (6)
Muot be able to do general
cleaning for large hotel and
ether labouring class work.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club.
West End, Grand Bahama,
Personnel Office between the
hours of 9:00 j.m. and 3:00
p.m.; Monday through Friday.
Elon Martin, Jr., Personnel

7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
I~EPAtRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
MHigh school graduate or
equivalent
:MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years Industrial Instrumenta-
tlon experience.
:DUTIIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
.ntegrating, indicating or
.graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
.CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
-Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
:Freeport, Grand Bahama!..
.C7401
TECHNICIAN AIR-CONDI.
:TIONING capable of
ynalntenante/repair all types
from window to largest central
Units. Certificate of proficiency
and significant experience
required.
Apply to: Personnel
Apartment, Grand Bahama
rtAuthority Limited. P. 0.
pox F-2666 or 30c Kipling
uillng. Freeport, Grand
ama.

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
required by an Associate of
anbamas Oil Refining
Foahpany. High school
education with 3-4 years
idvanc6d education in
ountlng or college degree.
Maintains Corporate books and
cords for two companies,
prepares accounting statements
and reports, forecasts profits,
analyzes profit changes,
establishes and keeps records
on various financing activities,
tc-ordinates flow of funds,
ministers loan agreements.
torms cost accounting and
assists In various complex
accounting matters.
oordinates supply sales and
hunting for all marketing
Ions concerning, marine
Ind industrial lubes and
i nation fuels. Basic 5-6 years
xperlence in accounting with
i s on financial and cost
accounting. Petroleum
accounting experience Is highly
esirable. Only Bahamians will
Considered.


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lease reply stating details of
lualfications and experience
nd poust salary to: C. E.
irlter, Personnel Officer,
lahamas Oil Refining
oony. P. 0. Box F-2435,
rrepott.Gand Bahama.

WANTED

entered n buying for cash,
aman stamp Collection or
I part of. Phone Freeport
73-S452.


7399
SQIRLS WANTED TO
EPARE, COOK AND
RVYE INDIAN DISHES.
SHONE 27 WEST END
WRITE TO P. 0. Box 6,
TEND.


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C7396
Appointment vacant next
month CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
for Company in Grand
Bahama. Must be A.C.A., or
C.P.A., or equal.
Responsibilities will Include
the production to management
of 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
requited to produce and
implement ideas to increase the
efficiency 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.
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 references
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.
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.
7400
A UTO MOTI V E
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.
C7402
l-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 _Bahamu
C7404
SHOE STORE MANAGER
Male, Bahamian between ages
of 21-30 with minimum G.C.E.
educational standards.
Successful applicant must have
had a shoe retailing
engagement for minimum
period of 5 years of which last
3 years had to be spent In full
managerial position.
This young man is to assume
full responsibility for operation
of a shoe store, inclusive of
merchandising, stock control,
window displays and
administration. Wages and
commissions according to past
experiences of applicant.
Apply In writing only to:
Manager, Bata Shoe Company,
P. 0. Box F.386, Freeport,
Grand Bahama giving full
resume of your last 5 years
work history.


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when we have husky Vro ? ""
te begs. In eurie. Mrs.
Bear Mkes a botte from the
mediolne cupboard. ie not
for me," addslupe". Its
for oe King of the irds."
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/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Very confusing and
\ difficult influences are in effect today and
tonight, and you would certainly be wise to avoid getting a
chip-on-the-shoulder attitude that most everyone is likely to
be expressing now. Instead show you have understanding and
compassion for whomever you meet who needs your help.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Don't think that others are
imposing on you when it is only the conditions around you
that are limiting. Land a helping hand to those who have less
than you. Talk some plan over with a prominent person you
know.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't try to force a good
friend to see things as you do, but give a chance to express self
in own fashion. Avoid that party that could be a real bore. Do
what pleases you the most in evening.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make the corrections that are
necessary where career is concerned. Make sure you observe
every law and regulation that applies to you. Being careful
with your accounts improves your credit.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You think ye a
have good ideas, but some phase of them could be very bad
and you could lose a great deal by putting them in operation
hastily. Stick to the tried and true. Steer clear of a
troublemaker.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Use your best judgment instead
of relying on intuition which is apt to be somewhat off now.
Show more generosity with mate. Reach a far better
understanding for the future.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Listen to that associate who
is rather critical since it could be constructive criticism. That
outside matter should be avoided as you do not understand all
the facts. Do some studying tonight that is helpful.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Now that you know exactly
what your duties are, handle them in an even more correct
fashion than you had thought possible. Give more attention to
your diet. Avoid activities that may be injurious to your
health.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You want to have pleasure
but make certain you do not go beyond the norm and regret it
later on. Make sure you set that hobby perfected Save time
for one who has a good plan to talk over with you. Advance.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Postpone that talk
with kin, or you could get into a big argument now. Know
what the bone of contention is and quietly remove it. Evening
is fine for light entertainment at home. Make it a musical
evening.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have much shopping
to do as well as appointments to keep today, so be sure you do
not lose your purse or get shortchanged in your hurry. Show
you are an ingenious person. Don't be talkative.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Your monetary matters
may be in a rather precarious position, so do something
constructive about it now. Improve your property in some
way and make it more attractive, valuable. Do something kind
for a friend tonight.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Study yourself well and see
where you can make improvements, especially dietwise and
healthwise. Accept invitations to group affairs and be sure you
do not speak out of turn because of the confusion of
conversations.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people with a definite flair for
the artistic, but should be taught early to strive for perfection
instead of being happy with what is once done. Teach also
awareness of modern trends so as to keep abreast or ahead of
others. Much need for the right philosophy of life here. The
field of religion could be very good. This child will need
careful handling early, since the nature is highly sensitive.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
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basketball tournament

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BASKETBALL ACTION explodes at the C. I. Gibson Gym
between June 29 and 30 and July I and 3 when the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball Association stages its four day dependence


Basketball Tournament.
The seven teams invited to
play in the four day single
elimination affair are (1) the
Collegians Bahamian
basketabllers presently in
College; (2) the Classic Pros;
(3) the Grand Bahama
AB-stars; (4) the Bimini
Alistars; (5) Budweiser Eagles;
(6) Becks Cougars; (7) the
Kentucky Colonels.
The preliminairies which
begin on June 29 7:30 p.m.
puts team 3 against team 4. In





AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. G6B
Detroit 21 20 .512 .....
New York 20 21 .488 1
Baltimore 17 19 .472 1'/2
Milwaukee 18 21 .462 2
Boston 17 20 .459 2
Cleveland 18 .439 3
West Division
Chicago 24 13 .649 .....
California 21 17 .553 3
Minnesota 21 17 .553 3'
Oakland 23 19 ..548 3V/
KansasCity 23 20 .535 4
Texas .S .324 12
Thursav s Results
Boston 10. Milwnukee I
Detroit 4, New York 0
Chicago 4, California I
Cleveland at Baltimore, two ppd.,
rain
Minnesot L2.JaqsaaC ity 0
loJoy sM ames
Texas (Paul 3-3) at New YOrk
(ekich 1-4), 7:30 p.m.
Oakland (Hunter 5-2) at Detroit
Pry. 6-2), 8 p.m.
aellforna (Wright 2-S) at
Milwaukee (Parsons 1-2), 8:30 p.m.
Kansas City (Spllttorff 7-2) at
Minnesota (Hands 4-4), 9 p.m.
Cleveland (Perry 6-5) at Chicago
(Gossage 0-3), 9 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GCI
Chcao 24 17 .SS ....
ofk 19 17 .528 2
Pittsburgh 16 18 .471 4'A
Montreal 16 19 .457 5
Pllaedelphia 15 24 .385 8
St. Louis 13 24 .351 9

West Division
Cincinnati 25 16 .610 1'
o Francisco8 18 .609 ...
wF ton2 18 .5s 91 1
Los Angeles 24 18 .571 2
A ata 17 23 .425 8
t-Dio 16 27 .372 10Y
Nursday's uResults
Atlanta 2, San Francisco I
Today's Games
Houston (euas 5-1) at Pittsburgh
(Mooee 3*), 8:05 p.m.
CM O age chel 3-3 or Bonham
34) at incinnati (Gullett 5-2),
Atlanta (Nlekro 3-1 or Reed 2-4) at
St. Louis (Foster 2.3), 9 p.m.
Fhladelphia (Brett 2-1) at San
Diego (Norman 1-5). 10:30 p.m.
New York (Maflack 2-5) at Los
Angeles (Osteen 3-3), 11 p.m.
Montrel (Torrez 3-S) at San
FraMelso (Bradley 2-2). 11 p.m.


the second game at 9:30, team
I plays team 2.
In the quarter finals on June
30 at 7:30, the loser of the
team I vs team 2 game plays
the loser of the team 3 vs team
4 game. In the 9:30 game,
team 5 plays team 6.
The semi finals on July 1 at
2 p.m. sees team 7 play the
winner of the team 5 vs team 6
game. At 4, the winner of the
team I vs team 2 game plays
the winner of the team 3 vs
tpam 4 game
In the finals on July 3, there
will be a half mini basketball
game, a half girls basketball
game, and a half junior boys
basketball game consisting of
players of both the Nassau and
the Paradise Island Leagues.
In the 9 o'clock champion-
ship games the winner of game
I plays the winner of game 2
of the July 1 semi finals.
Following this tournament,
presentation of both the
Independence Tournament and
the 1972-'73 regular series
awards will be made.
SUNDAY CLINIC
The Budweiser Eagles
Basketball Club under the
direction of the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball
Association holds a three-day
basketball clinic at St.
Augustine's College beginning
Sunday morning with
registration at 10:30. Sessions
on May 29 and 30 begin
promptly at 5:45 p.m.
All players and coaches of
B.A.B.A. are asked to attend.

SNATISNAL P0SL


TIINAUENT
SECOND round elemination In
the 1973 Bahamas National
Championship pool tournament
will be held tomorrow at the Blue
Hill Golf Club.
Games start at 6 p.m.
The following persons are
scheduled to play.
Ladies Division: Beverley Taylor
vs Edith Dorsett
Junior Division: Anthony C.
Moss vs Thomas Sands.
Amateur Div.: Charles Gibson vs
Bruce Harding, Carl T. Malone vs
Jantes Malone, Wallace Burnett Jr.
vs Roland Burrows, Maxwell Dean
vs Leo Dwight Ferguson.
Champion Division: Ronald
Major vs James (Rattler) Lockhart
Benjamin Brennen vs Artist Miller
Ross Cartwrlght vs Martin
Farrington Joe Knowles vs Ralph.
Munnings.
Im.Plaea .M. ked ta hen an tllrn


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VERNON LOCKHART ...
consistently top junior, will
attend Arnold Palmer Golf B A sel ts Vernon Lockhart
Academy. Lockhart Is shown
receiving attend Arnold Palmer Acade
Braynen during a last year'satten Arnold Palmer aem
golf session.
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BALL GAMES
SECOND PLACE Becks Bees,
coming off a 7-2 victory over
fourth place Schlitz Beer will try to
extend league leading Big Q.
Market's losing streak to three
Sports Centre.
Holding a three and a half games
lead over the Bees, Big Q suffered
their fourth loss against nineteen
wins Monday (9-1) at the hands of
Schlitz Beer. Big Q in the game
before dropped their third of the
season 13-2 to the 'new' Del Jane
Saints.
Becks, prior to Wednesday's
game, also came off a loss after
being humbled 7-4 by seventh place
Bahamas Blenders.
The Blenders presently on a two
game winning streak take on sixth
place Paradise Island in the first
game tonight at 7:00.
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NOTE: Due to an error in
the fourth series schedule of
the Bahamas Baseball
Association which has Del Jane
Saints playing Becks Bees twice
- the first on May 28 and the
second on June 3 while Big
Q and Bahamas Blenders are
not scheduled to play each
other, The June 3 Saints/Bees
game will be eliminated and on
that day, Big Q will visit the
Blenders.]

CAINCELLEIO$IT
LACK OF PLAYING facilities
last night caused cancellation of
games for the second time in the
young Bahamas Volleyball
Federation's 1973 series.
On Tuesday, the
S.A.C.A/Ministry of Education and
the B.E.C/Ed's Dugout game had to
be postponed when the Donald
Davis Gym was being prepared for
examitnaios. Yesterday, the Coco
Cola Jets/Paradise Birds and the
Wardrobe/Cold Front games had to
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BAHAMAS GOL ASSOCIATIONU'S JUNIUK LCHAMPIOU
Vernon Lockhart, shot a 43-39 gross 82 that nipped Eric Gibs
Jr. by one point during Sunday's B.G.A. Junior Programme givi
him the opportunity to attend the Arnold Palmer Golf Academn
possibly this semester. He has been selected by the BGA.


A consistent junior golfer,
Lockhart, went out in 43 and



UK'S FASTEST CENTURY
CANTERBURY. ENGLAND
(AP)- Asif Iqbal Kent's Pakistani
batting star, hit the fastest century
of the English cricket season Friday
with a whirlwind 100 in just 75
minutes.
He swept to his century arelnxt
the Marylebone Cricket Club with a
straight drive to the boundary. His
innings included 16 fours and a six.
NICKLAUS IN LEAD
ATLANTA (AP)- Jack Nicklaus,
making his first start in more than a
month, birdied his final hole for a
five-under-par 67 and a share of the
first-round lead Thursday In the
$150,000 Atlanta Golf Classic.
Nicklaus, who scored his third
victory of the season in his last
appearance at the Tournament of
ampions, was tied for the top
spot with tour sophomore Dave
Glenz and struggling Mac
Mclendon.
Another stroke back at 68 were
Hubert Green and a pair of rookies,
Tom Kite and Bruce Ashworth.
Veteran Dave Hill, a winner at
Memphis last Sunday, Rod Funseth
and Lrry Wise were grouped at 69
three-undrp.ar on the 6,883-yara
Atlanta Country Club course.
Tom Weiskopf, who won the
Colonial National Invitation in his
last start, scored the fifth ace of his
career en route to a 70.
SWEDES UPSET WIN
GOTEBORG, SWEDEN (AP)-
Sweden sensationally upset
favoured Austria 3-2 in a dramatic
Group One World Soccer Cup
valification match here
wednesday night. Halftime score
was 14O.
Sweden thus have a theoretical
chance to qualify for the finals in
West Germany next summer if
Hunry and Malta lose their
matches on home grounds later this


returned with a sizzling 39
win the junior competiti(
which was played at t
Sonesta Beach Golf Course..
an added handicap, he w
made to play from t
Championship "Blue" tees, b
it obviously made
difference.
Gibson Jr., who after t
turn was leading Lockhart
one shot, when he carded a 4
ran into a double bogey, s
on the par 4, 15th hole, a
could do no better than 41 f
a gross of 83.
In third spot was Rory Hig
with a 47-48 gross 95. Wh
asked about his round,
claimed the two eights, one
the par five, fourth and t
other on par four, seventeen
was the reason for
downfall.
In the net division, fi
place went to Chris Lunn aft
he carded 72. Dway
Hepburn was second with
and his brother Therone v
third with 76
The total scores:


Vernon Lockhart
Eric Gibson Jr.
Fred Higgs Jr.
Dwanye Hepburn
Therone Hepburn
Mike Rolle Jr.
Larry Russell
Shane Gibson
Francis Adderley
Philip Hilton
Andy McSweeney
Terron Bethel
Bernard Hepburn


43-39 (I
42-41 (8
47-48 (9
46-50 (9
47-51 (9
47-54 (1
49-56 (1
54-56 (1
56-57 (1
55-62 (1
59-64 (1
59-68 (1
65-64 (1


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THE BAHAMAS CRICKET ASSOCIATION'S Bod of Caontl ha awed theK Padle
Cricket Club sx points a s ult the outcome of the club's match with St. Berwd's Cricket
Club at Haynes Oral. The decide was made by the Amodistlu at a meetiq Tu ay lg
The dispute between the must be pointed out that Mr. will be tolerated. The Board i
clubs arose on Saturday, May Wood's contention was endeavouring to obtain closer
19, when Mr. James Wood, contrary to the first rule of the affiliation with other cricket
captain of St. gernard's, organizations and better
refused to agree to any other Laws of Cricket as published co-operation by teams would
person as an umpire since Mr. by the Maryleborne Cricket definitely facilitate matters.
Ding Cambridge had called the Club and which gms the Any action, therefore, aimed
game, along with Mr. Chuck conduct of the game. This law at disruption of play or the
Albury, ot the first day of play states inter alsa: 'Each side breaking up of games will not
Saturday, May 12. shall play under a captain who, be overlooked and strong
"Unavoidably detained, Mr.' before the toss for Inning, disciplinary measures will bs
Cambridge arrived at the park SHALL NOMINATE his taken, the Association said.
prepared to resume the players who may not thereafter
umpiring, at about 2.35 p.m. be changed without the In order to avoid future
He is not an Association consent of the opposing occurrences similar to that of
umpire," said the Association captain," the Association said. the Paradise St. Bernard's
in a press release today. The Cricket Board of match, the Board has
Play in all Association games Control as a result of the designated all its members to
is scheduled to start not before dispute, has advised all captains act as umpires if they are at
1.30 p.m. and not later than and players that no games where there are
t 2.00 p.m. as long as weather "unsportsmanship behaviour difficulties in obtaining
t conditions are favourable. and rude remarks to umpires umpires,
"On the second day of play,
Saturday, May19, Paradise was Bets

S six-point lead. In the absence
of Mr. Cambridge it was L
N, suggested to Mr. Wood that aunknown Arentinian inPari
on substitute umpire should be un" o At i
ng used. But Mr. Wood disagreed. PARIS (AP)- G rmo Vias, 19-year-old A nt
Y, As has been the practice, under PARIS (AP)- Gilermo Villas, 19-year-old Argentian
such circumstances captains knocked out the defending champion Andres Gimeno of Spai
to have agreed to a substitute 6-2, 5-7, 8-6 Friday as the French tennis championships suddenly
on umpire. However, Mr. Wood On an adjoining court Milan first American to reach the third
he insisted that he would not Holocek, 29-year-old Czech, beat round.
As accept any other person than the No. 6. seed John Newcombe of That is the round when stamina
has Mr. Cambridge," the Australia, three times Wimbledon will begin to play a bigger part
the Association said. champion, 7-5, 6-1. After two rounds of three-se
he Association sai The two upsets came on the matches the tournament reverts t
ut After he had discussed the third day of the $135,000 the traditional five-set pattern from
no matter with Mr. Wood, Mr. championships, as the sun came out the third round ownwardi.
Albury, the Association's and the Parisian fans begun
crowding around the courts at the Gorman, who knocked out th
he official umpire, left the park Roland Carros Stadium. 1Ith seed Patrick Prolsy of Franc
by shortly before Mr. Cambridge's Vilas, the fair-haired left-hander, Thursday, did not produce such
42, arrival. With the mat removed came away from his victory over dazzling form against Vasquez
ix, from the pitch, the game was Gimeno and said; "I think this was but he didn't have to.
nd aban e C g as the best performance of my career. Against an opponent who staye
nd abandoned. Mr. Cambridge also "My best tournament was Paris on his baseline, Gorman won th
for discussed the matter with Mr. last year, but I didn't have a win points by consistent driving an
Wood upon his arrival at the like this." smashing.
park. In the 1972 tournament Vilas Another American, Bria
ten DISAPPROVED downed Bob Hewitt of South Gottfried, .surprise winner of th
en Africa and reached the last 16. Caesar's Palace tournament in La
he Realising that the game was Friday's victory put him into the Vegas last week, came from behind
on to be protested by Mr. Colin third round and the last 32. to defeat Jan Kukal 0
he Deane, captain of the Paradise At 6-6 in the deciding set Czechoslovakia 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 in th
th, Club, the umpires and captains Gimeno led 40-15 on his service but first round.
th, umpresand cptns then cracked under pressure as the The giant Czech, who has one o
his submitted reports to the young Argentinian drove steadily the longest reaches in tennis, le
Cricket Board of Control and from his baseline on the slow clay 3-0 in the second set and appears
irt after careful consideration of court, set for victory before Gottfle
ter the reports the Board made its Vilas won that game and then began playing more on his suspect
ter th reports the Board made its took the next two for the match backhand.
ne ruling six points for Paradise, He finished It off by capturing Gottfried won a prize of $30.00
74 only. The Board also agreed Gimeno's service to lqye. at Las. Vegas the biggest scoop
ws that a strong letter of The tie-break Is being used in the his career. That Is twice as much
disapproval of Mr. Wood's championships for the first time, the first prize on offer here.-
actions but sent to the captain but Is not used In the final set. Another player from Seattl
actions but sent to the captain Newcombe won this year's 22-year-old Ppt Bostrom, was im
2) of St. Bernard's. Australian title and was in line for the first American to to nto t
13) "It is to be noted that prior the' grand slam the big four titles third round of the women's sinai
) to the start of the game on in one year tith t Friday's upset, She beat Jackle Fayter of Britai
SMr. Woo he led S-3 In the first set but then 6-4, 2-6, 6 .2.
6 Saturday, May 12, Mr. Wood his game disintegrated. Miss Bostrom, a dute
Ps refused to declare or nominate "I'm playing like a beginner," he Miss Bostrom, a graduate
101) his team when requested to do said between games as the match Washington, is playing tt
110) so by Mr. Deane. Mr. Wood ebbed away. "I was better than this European circuit for the first tim
3) argued that he was not obliged n I first came to Paris eight Fans on the centre court sa
13) argued that he obliged years ago." Roger Taylor, British Davis Cuppe
123) to do so. In order to get play Meanwhile Tom German, Davis return to better form in a 6-4, 6
127- under way, Mr. Deane did not Cup star from Seattle, Washington, victory over Alexander Metreveli
129) press the issue. However, it defeated Modesto Vasquez of Russia in the second round.
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