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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: May 28, 1973
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Monday, May 28, 1973.


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BATELCO BREAK SILENCE ON THEIR DISPUTE

WITH UNION, BUT REFUSE TO BE QUESTIONED


SO i Minister backs unionist,


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE BAHAMAS Hotel and
Catering Worker' Union, the
largest union hi the Bahamas,
today offered its assistance
"without reservation" to the
Public Services Union's
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation branch, currently
involved in a dispute with
management.
Hotel Union secretary
Bobby Glinton dispatched his
union's pledge of support to
BaTelCo Union chairman Mrs.
Willimae Bridgewater.
It read:
"Dear Sister Bridgewater:
"The Bahamas Hotel and
,Catering Workers Union held a
meeting on Sunday, May 27,
1973 During this meeting the
problems of the BaTelCo
Union were raised and it was
decided by the members
present that the Bahamas Hotel
and Catering Workers' Union
shall assist the BaTelCo Union
in any way we can and without
reservation.
"Please accept this note as
an open invitation to call on us
anytime you may need us."
The Hotel Union is the
second to offer its counterpart
st BaTelCo its full support.
The Bahamas Transport,
Agricultural, Distributive and
Allied Workers' Union did so
on Saturday.
The BaTclCo Union has
charged that management
refused to negotiate a new
wage agreement, although the
Od contract expired almost 11
months ago.
BaTelCo workers have
staged two demonstrations,
each involving well over 300
persons, in support of the
-union's demands.



ERll! IN

HEADLINE
A TRIBUNE headline of
May 25 Incorrectly stated that
Nassau Bank and Trust had a
substantial excess of liabilities
over assets.
This should have read
"Flamingo Airlines has
substantial excess of liabilities
over assets say auditors."
As was made clear in the
Tribune story that Nassau
Bank and Trust has a $1.8
million investment in Flamingo
which was listed as part of the
bank's assets in their recently
published balance sheet,
A specific reference to
Flamingo's financial condition
was contained in notes
attached to the NBT statement
by chartered accountants
Bainbridge, Caldwell, Ingra.'sm
and Co. and formed an
"integral" part of the
statement.
The notes said that the
financial statements of
Flamingo to March 31, 1972,
which had not been audited by
Bainbridge Caldwell, showed a
"substantial excess of liabilities
over assets."
The Tribune apologizes for
any embarrassment which the
headline may have caused
Nassau Bank and Trust or its
Auditors.
S 3 CHILDREN IN
PMH WITH BURNS
S A KEROSENE lamp
explosion at 10:25 p.m.
Saturday resulted in three
children, residents of the
Carmichael Road area, being
hospitalized with burnms.
Sources also indicate that the
explosion may have been
caused by "contaminated
kerosene."
The three children, Michael
Cartwright, 5, Livingstone
Cartwright, 3, and Paul Higgs,
2, were admitted to the
u~4nsive care unit of the
rines Margaret Hospital
&fsarday with burns on their
dies. At the time, Michael
arwritght and Paul Higgs were


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IPCCORNER

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but says staff must lose






2 hours pay for walkout


r\ F -
ERRINGTON WATKINS
.. fighting for Abaco


U.K. DENIES PM


By MIKE LOTHIAN THREATENED
SALARIES FOR EMPLOYEES already claim more than half the annual revenue of thm Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation, and there must be "improved productivity and efficiency if BalrelCo is to TO CANCEL
remain solvent and improved benefits are to accure to its workers," management declared today. T NCELL


"The Corporation's survival,
with or without a salary
increase is highly dependent on
improved productivity and
efficiency," management
added.
It was also revealed the
Labour Minister Clifford
Darling today upheld an earlier
ruling by his staff that
management withdraw the
suspension of union official
Vance Major, and backed
management's decision to cut
employees two hours pay for
participating in the two-hour
demonstration on May 7.
Management's five page
press release was read at a press
conference this afternoon by
Mr. .Errol Leach, BaTelCo
public relations director. No
questions were allowed.
(The full text of the
statement will be published in


Tuesday's Tribune)
Management maintained,
contrary to statements by the
BaTelCo branch of the
Bahamas Public Services
Union, that negotiations for a
wage agreement to replace one
which expired on June 30 last
year "have been in progress
over an extended period.
"During the course of these
negotiations it was made clear
to the union that their demand
for a general increase which
amounted to approximately 30
percent of salaries could not be
met:'
The statement said BaTelCo
pays its employees $5,923,425
a year, and fringe benefits add
$270,549 to BaTelCo's labour
costs. Those costs come to


"approximately 51
gross revenues.
"BaTelCo takes


percent of
the view


Mrthe workers fear
S.W'l., .$88f


redundancy over



merger of airlines

THE LONG-AWAITED MERGER of Out Island Airways and
Flamingo Airlines into a single national flag carrier Bahamasair
- will put a number of the two airlines' employees out of work,
the Airport Airline and Allied Workers Union said today.


Tourism and Aviation
Minister Clement T. Maynard
announced in the House of
Assembly on May 16 that the
Government-controlled
Bahamian Air Carrier
(Holdings), Limited would buy
OIA's and Flamingo's assets to
form Bahamasair, which is
scheduled to begin flying by
July 1.
Union president Reginald
Grant pointed out that workers
in both airlines carried out
identical functions for their
respective employers. When the
two airlines merge into one,
the duplication will be
eliminated, and "some people
from both companies will
become unemployed."
Neither Government nor
management has given any
indication of which workers
will become redundant.
All the employees, it is
understood, have been told
that they will have to fill out
application forms to work for
Bahamasair, and there is no
guarantee they will be hired, or
that they will receive the same
salary they get now.
JOIN UNION
Mr. Grant told The Tribune
that since the May 16
announcement a large number
of employees of both airlines,
concerned over the security of
their jobs, have rushed to join
the union.
So many have signed up that
since May 16 the union's
representation of the two
airlines' personnel has climbed
steadily from about 40 percent
to "much over 50 percent."
He said that to date neither
Government nor management
have invited the union to
discuss the workers in the light
of the merger of the two
airlines into Bahamasair.
However, he conceded that
it could be because the union
does not have official
recognition from either airline
as being the bargaining agents
for the staff.
Mr. Grant said he wrote the
Minister today seeking an early
meeting to discuss the
problem.


BAHANASAIR

APPLIES FOR

SERVICE ROUTES
BAHAMASAIR, the
newly-formed national flag
carrier, has applied to the Air
Transport Licensing Authority
for permission to operate
scheduled service to all points
in the Bahamas and between
the Bahamas and Miami, Ft.
Lauderdale, Palm Beach,
Tampa and Orlando, Florida,
as well as to New York and the
Turks and Caicos Islands.
The airline plans daily flights-
to Andros Town, Chub Cay,
Crooked Island, Freeport,
Georgetown, Governor's
Harbour, Great Harbour Cay,
Mangrove Cay, Marsh Harbour,
North Eleuthera, San Andros,
South Andros and Treasure
Cay.
Flights will operate to Stella
Maris four times weekly and to
Deadman's Cay and Bimini
three times weekly.
Miami will be serviced daily,
with flights also planned
between Miami and Freeport
and Miami and San Andros.
BAHAMASAIR also plans
five times weekly flights to
South Caicos and Grand Turk,
and proposes to use a variety
of aircraft on its inter-island
and overseas routes.
According to a notice
published in the Gazette these
will include: BAC-111,
FH-227, DHC-6, B-N Islander,
Aero Commander, Grumman
Goose and Grumman Widgeon.
BIALPA ELECT
NEW OFFICERS
CAPTAIN Paul Smith was
elected president of the
Bahamas Islands Airline Pilots'
Association at the
Association's annual general
meeting last Wednesday. Also
elected were secretary Capt.
Arthur Clark, treasurer Capt.
Lester Albury and executive
committee members Capt.
Wenty Stubbs and Capt. John
Lee.


that any further overall
increases in salary,
notwithstanding increases in
the cost of living, must be met
by increases in productivity
and efficiency.
RESPONSIBILITY
"The union has a joint
responsibility with
management, whether they
accept it or not, to help bring
about this improved efficiency
and productivity if BaTelCo is
to remain solvent and
improved benefits are to accure
to workers.
"BaTelCo also maintains the
position that increases and
promotions should be awarded
on a merit basis," and in
keeping with that philosophy,
249 of BaTelCo's 1,084
employees received salary
increases in October last year,
and merit increases or
promotions were given to 309
workers on'April I this year.
"To grant the union's
request for increases of
approximately 30 percent
would increase staff cost to
approximately 63 percent of
revenue an impossible
situation."
The press release went on to
say that, contrary to press
statements attributed to the
union, branch vice chairman
Vance Major was suspended at
noon on May 21 for the rest of
the week "for impeding
management personnel in
performing their normal
functions in more than one
section of the Corporation and
for threatening to do 'hurt' to
a member of management."
The union had charged that
the suspension was for Mr.
Major's involvement in the May
7 demonstration by 350
BaTelCo staffers.
THREAT
BaTelco said Mr. Major's:
"uncalled-for threat" was made
in the presence of acting
general manager Aubrey
Curling, assistant general
manager (engineering) George
Moss, acting assistant general
manager (personnel and
industrial relations) Max
Turner and assistant controller
W. Gibson.
"These actions on the part
of Mr. Major constitute serious
breaches of Corporation
discipline."
The release said that when
the union refused to negotiate
on the wages issue until Mr.
Major was reinstated,
management offered to lift the
suspension in retufm for an
apology from either Mr. Major
or the union, but the union
turned the offer down.
As a result, management
filed a dispute with the
Ministry of Labour.
Ministry officials ruled in

MONTAGU HOTEL
BEING SOLD
CONDOTEL, Limited is in
negotiation with "a group from
Europe" to sell the 200-room
Montagu Beach Hotel, a
spokesman confirmed today.
The European group was not
otherwise identified.
The spokesman said the
negotiations would probably
be completed in "about two
months."
Condotel, owned jointly by
British American Insurance and
Mr. Bernard Perron, bought the
Montagu from Sir William
Butlin in June, 1969 for an
undisclosed amount.
British American also owns
the Pilot House Club Hotel and
the Nassau Yacht Haven,
adjacent to the Pilot House.


the union's favour and
management lifted the
suspension.
However, "iar that the
wording of the deozision did not
clarify whether it was based on
Mr. Major's actior-a being in the
capacity of a member of
BaTelCo staff or as an officer
of the union, the- Corporation
appealed against t- he decision."
BREACII
Management reasoned that
since the union h-ad denied the
May 7 demonstration was
called for by th- union, "Mr.
Major's actions had to be
treated as toreaches of
discipline."
BaTelCo went on to say that
in a ruling handect down today,
the Labour Minis-ter said "he is
convinced that Mr. Vance
Major was acting in his
capacity as deputy branch
chairman of t]ihe Bahamas
Public Servi ces Union
immediately prior to, during
and following the May 7
demons trat ion As
management's action arose out
of his behavior x during the
period, he shotuald not have
been suspera ded. The
Corporation a accepts this
ruling."
As for the urmion's demand
that workers be paid for the
two hours during S which they
demonstrated an May 7
BaTelco said t Ibe Minister's
ruling was that "a0o worker can
honestly expect to be paid for
work that hae has not
performed.
"It is a fact of life that
strikes do tabKe place in
industrial disputes but the
employer already pays by
virtue of the disteruption of his
business, the loss of his image
with the public alnd his overall
economic loss which may be
substantial.
"Equity and justice require
that the union ar-2d its members
must, on their part, sustain the
loss of pay which results from
the withdrawal of their
labour."


DEFENCE PACT

IT WAS denied in London
Tuesday that Prime Minister
Lynden 0. Pindling had
threatened to cancel a defence
agreement at a meeting with
Lord Balniel, Minister of State.
The denial was made in
reply to a question asked at the
Foreign and Commonwealth
Office's news conference on
May 22.
The meeting between Lord
Balniel and Mr. Pindling took
place on May 21 and lasted 70
minutes. Points discussed at
the meeting included the state
reached in defence talks.
A Foreign and
Corn monwealth Office
spokesman said that the
present defence agreements in
the Bahamas date from World
War II and under them Britain
had made available to the
United States various facilities,
which still continued to be
used up to the present time.
The Bahamas Independence
Bill had been introduced into
Parliament and it was,
therefore necessary to
renegotiate agreements
between an independent
Bahamas and the United
States, the spokesman said.
Britain was still involved as the
United Kingdom had made use
of some United States
facilities, such as an
underwater testing range, aid
wanted to continue using these
facilities after independence.
Tripartite talks began
recently on these defence
issues and good progress had
been made. It was hoped to
sign new agreements by the
date of independence, he said.
Asked if Abaco had also
been discussed, the spokesman
said there was no change in the
Abaco situation. However Lord
Balniel, in a recent
parliamentary debate, had
indicated that the feeling
against independence in Abaco
appeared to be diminishing.


LeBlIac claims to have'missinI


link'in Mitergate investigation


SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
(AP)-A Canadiamn associate of
financier Robert L. Vesco
claims they hal ve a "missing
link" in tl-ae Watergate
investigation.
Norman P. LeBlanc,
speaking at a news conference
Sunday, in~wited special
Watergate prosecutor
Archibald Cox c3r his assistants
to meet "somewhere,
someplace" w-ith him and
Vesco.
LeBlanc diM not reveal
anything a omut their
information on the Watergate
case but said they would gladly
tell their story to CLx and
show him docuranents.


LeBlanc said
go to the United
with Cox or his


he would not
States to meet
deputies unless


promised imrimunity from
prosecution. VYmesco said the
same thing last week.
Vesco is unc=ler indictment
along with forrwaer Atty. Gen.
John Mitchell and former
Commerce Secaretary Maurice
Stans in conne-ction with an
unreported $2W01,000 donation
to President Nixon's 1972
re-election cams paign. Mitchell
and Stans bott-a have pleaded
innocent, but -Nesco did not
appear in New ""York to answer


the charges.
Vesco and LeBlanc, both of
whom have been living in Costa
Rica, are among 41 persons
named in a Securities and
Exchange Commission suit
charging them with bilking
$224 million from Investors
Overseas Services, the
Swiss-based mutual funds
empire built up by Bernard
Cornfeld.
LeBlanc charged that the
U.S. Central Intelligence
Agency was harassing him,
Vesco and other associated
with them who live in Costa
Rica. He hinted that this was
an attempt to cover up more
serious incidents surrounding
Watergate and SEC matters.
LeBlanc claimed harassment
was directed by Peter Johnson,
the political officer of the U.S.
embassy in San Jose.
"Peter Johnson ... is a CIA
man whose sole job is to harass
and get rid of Vesco. LeBlanc
and several others of us,"
LeBlanc asserted. "Johnson is
the head of the CIA in Costa
Rica. I found out about this
yesterday from my own
sources in the United States."
LeBlanc said he had received
threatening telephone calls and
had been photographed and
followed in the street.


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HEATED ILIATE ON ASACO


NEATEI IEUTE IN ABACI

EXPECTED IN ISE[ OF LORIS


Watkins seeks Royal



Commission or



Referendum on Abaco

By NICK KELLY
THE BAHAMAS INDEPENDENCE BILL, still the subject of
controversy, is to come up for second reading in the House of
Lords on June 7 and will go into the committee stage on June 12.


Although the Bill passed the
Commons 74 to 4, The
Tribune understands the
debate went on for
two-and-a-half hours and the
Bill was not put to the vote
until 2 a.m. when a large
number of those sympathetic
to the Abaco secessionist cause
had gone home.
The debate in the Lords is
expected to be equally heated
as there is greater support for
the Abaconians in the Upper
House.
The May 25 issue of The
Daily Express devoted a half
page to Abaco's efforts to
remain a British colony after
the Bahamas becomes
independent on July 10.
The story by John Lock is
illustrated with a photograph
of a "mercenary" allegedly
giving tactical training in
guerrilla warfare to a group of
Abaconians at the island.
The second photograph is of
Marsh Harbour representative
Errington Watkins, leader of
the Council for a Free Abaco.
Mr. Watkins is shown holding
what he says is a Thompson
sub-machine gun.
OLD PHOTO
He told The Tribune today
that the photograph is an old
one taken when he was in the
police force and assigned to
tracking down Cuban and
Haitian exiles.
"I have a number of pictures
with various weapons that I
have collected over the years.
This is just one of them," he
said.
Mr. Watkins said he knew
nothing of the "guerrilla"
photograph.
The Daily Express story
claimed that inhabitants of
Abaco were practising guerrilla
warfare on the beaches, and
quoted them as saying they
were prepared to fight if their
rights were denied them.
The article also mentions
American arms dealer Mitchell
WerBell, who has been actively
associated with efforts to
publicize the Abaco cause.
A document on the
economic development of
Abaco has been circulated to
members of Parliament, The
Express said. The report argues
that if Abaco could remain
outside the control of Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling it
would attract considerable
investment from banking
I interests seeking new tax-free
Shavens in the Caribbean. It
would also interest
international tourist promoters
who are now fighting shy of
Mr. Pindling's nationalist
attitudes.
HAVEN
Mr. Watkins was quoted by
The Express as saying that
Abaco could succeed
economically and would become
a haven for thousands of other
Bahamians who did not want
to be independent from Britain
or remain under the Pindling
government.
"I am using every
constitutional means I know to
persuade the British
government either to call a
referendum or appoint a royal
commission. If that fails we
shall go to the United Nations.
"And if everything fails -
then we shall have to play it by
ear," Mr. Watkins was quoted.
It is understood a petition
signed by over 1100 eligible
voters at Abaco was forwarded
to London as supporting
evidence that the islanders do
not wish to be part of an
independent Bahamas.
An additional 700 signatures
were said to have been
collected from residents of
New Providence with Abaco
connections.
Mr. Watkins said today he
plans to be in London for the
Lords committee debate on the
Independence Bill.
An amendment asking that
Abaco he excluded is to be


proposed as it was in the
Commons, where it was
defeated

FUND TO FREE

ABACO SET UP

IN LONDON
A FUND on behalf of a free
Abaco has been opened at the
Bank of Scotland in London,
according to a letter now being
circulated by Lady Rosemary
MacTaggart, fiancee of Lord
Belhaven and Stenton .
Lord Belhaven is leading the
case for Abaco in the House of
Lords.
"I have talked to Mr. Eric
Watkins and his associates. I
believe they are genuine people
and for this reason I have
decided to do what I can to
assist them in their fight to
remain British," Lady
MacTaggart said.
Noting the interest provoked
by the issue of Abaco, Lady
MacTaggart said "people who
live in the Bahamas or who
have financial interests there
must feel concern in this
matter.
"If Abaco succeeds it could
easily attract the investments
which Nassau s'now losing:; Its
tourist trade cold increase, its
farming possibilities could be
improved and perhaps the
tanker transshipment and oil
bunkering industry could be
attracted."
She said she felt the subject
should be treated as a
non-party political one, as it
concerned the future of a
considerable number of people
who "it appears, are being
denied the right to determine
the form of government they
wish to have."
Having "thoroughly
investigated" the viability of
Abaco as a colony on its own,
Lady MacTaggart was
convinced it was in a much
stronger position than Anguilla
when that island fought a
similar battle a few years ago.


'OVER 5n' IN

IK. BEADY TI

JIN IP ANDll

FIGHT FOR AIMCO

OVER 500 British subjects,
a small number of them
women, have offered their
services as mercenaries to fight
on behalf of the Abaco
separatist movement.
A story published by the
London Daily Mirror last
month said arms dealer
Mitchell WerBell was in Britain
to recruit mercenaries for an
undisclosed destination.
Mr. WerBell and attorney
Edward Marger, both of
Atlanta, Georgia, have been
actively promoting Abaco's
efforts to remain a British
colony.
An informed source said
that the Daily Mirror's
switchboard was tied up for
three days following Mr.
WerBell's announcement.

The involvement of the two
Americans in the internal
affairs of the Bahamas has been
strongly criticized by the Prime
Minister both in the House and
in a note of protest to the
State Department in
Washington.


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THIRD MINISTER INVOLVED IN SEX SCANDAL


ujDNDON (AP)" cotlan i ard is reported investigating claims that a
third member of the British government has been Involved in the call girl f
scandal, and Britain's domestk new agency, the Press Asociation, reports
that Piae MinUlaiter Edward Heath already has the name of the minister 0 g -
aliegedly linked to the affair.
An Enaslb Sunday newsasoer. "The Peoole." said it had obtained the
Ume of the third man from 26-year-old Norma Levy. She is the cal girl LONDON (AP)-DI
whoe customers included Heath's Air Force Minister, Lord Lambton.
Lmbt ad the government's Leade the government's Leader the House of Lowa, Lord ppWd on Suday t
JeafHco, reaimed last week after admitting they had been involved with probed aa clm at a
presttutes. (0 SEE STORY THIS PAGIE). ;- L..t .,. .- 5


TORNADO KILIS THREE INJURES TWO HUNDRED
'JONESBORO. ARKANSAS (AP) Three people were killed Sunday
and another 200 injured when a tornado ripped through Jonesboro,
Arkansas. The storm caused flash flooding and damage is estimated in
millions of dollars. It was one of a series of tornadoes which have hit the
Middle West this weekend. A total of eleven deaths have been counted.
Three other persons are missing and presumed drowned.
Heavy rains moved across the midwest into the Southeast. Cape
Girardeau, Missouri had nine and one-half inches of rain in 12 hours.
EIGHT-BLOCK AREA DAMAGED BY FIRE & EXPLOSIONS
CHICAGO (AP) A series of explosions and fires heavily damaged an
eight-block industrial area in Chicago Sunday. Three people were injured,
and the fire forced cutoffs of electricity and gas in the area.
The fire began with explosions, the cause of which is not known.
The fire was concentrated in four large buildings, one of them a grocery
warehouse. A railroad car also caught fire, and a witness said it looked like
a blowtorch.
CRASHED SOVIET PILOT ASKS POLITICAL ASYLUM
BONN, GERMANY (AP) A 22-year-old Soviet pilot whose fighter
plane crashed Sunday in West Germany has asked for political asylum,
informed sources said Monday.
The young Soviet air force lieutenant, who speaks only Russian, said he
was defecting to the west during interrogation by officials after he
parachuted to safety near the Communist fast German border, the sources
said.
There was no official confirmation of the report. Bonn sources said this
was expected later Monday at a regularly scheduled government news
conference.
The Soviet embassy in Bonn has been informed about the incident, the
sources said.
The pilot's one-engine SU-7 jet fighter crashed and burned Sunday in a
field near Klein-Schoeppenstedt, about 25 miles inside West Germany from
the mined, barbed-wire border with East Germany.
TAKES TIME OFF FROM SECURITY PROBE
NUERNBERG, GERMANY (AP) British Prine Minister Edward
Heath, taking time off from a security inquiry into the London call girl
scandal, flew to West Germany Monday for a three-day private visit.
Heath's Royal Air Force jet touched down at Nuernberg Monday
morning, an airport spokesman said. The Prime Minister then boarded a
helicopter for a flight to nearby iamberg, first stop on his tour of Bavaria.
He is also scheduled to visit Wuer7hurg, Creglingen, Rothenburg,
Oberammergau and Munich.
Heath had planned to visit Bavaria March 2-4, but the trip was
postponed because of the world currency crisis. He visited Munich last
September during the summer Olympic (i:mes.
'FULL SPEED AHEAD' TOWARD INDEPENDENCE
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD (AP)-Grenada Premier Eric Gairy says
Its "full speed ahead" toward independence in the first quarter of next
year. Gairy, during a stop over in Trinidad en route home from talks in
Lo.don on the subject of independence for Grenada, declared he is fully
satisfied with the outcome of the meetings.
ICELANDIC GUNBOAT SHELLS BRITISH TRAWLER
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND (A I') -An Icelandic gunboat blasted four shells
into the bow of a British trawler Saturday in the most serious incident so
far In the "cod war" over Iceland's disputed fishing waters, the British
reported.
The British Ambassador to Iceland, John Mackenzie, said according to
Ships Information the stricken trawler Everton was sinking. The trawler's
owners In Grimsby, England, reported the craft was taking on water but
appeared in no immediate danger of going under.
"The Everton's pumps are having difficulty in coping with the Incoming
water," added the British Foreign Office in London.
S The British Fishing Company in Grimsby said radio messages from the
damalped trawleireported no casualties among the crew. (a SEE STORY
THIS PAGE)
GREECE SEEKS MUTINOUS CAPTAIN'S EXTRADITION
ROME (AP)- The mutinous captain of the Greek destroyer Velos led 30
of his crewmen off the ship at Rome Saturday to protest against the
military regime In Athens, and the rebels were granted asylum in Italy. The
rest of the 270 crewmen remained aboard the vessel to return to Greece.
The Veles dropped out of NATO manoeuvers and captain Nicholas
Pappas sailed to Italy for asylum after an unsuccessful navy coup in Athens
Sthi week.
The asylum request posed a delicate problem for the Italian government.
While alied with Greece in NATO, the government came under .heavy
pressure by Leftist deputies to grant asylum. Reports In Athens indicated
the Greek government had asked Italy to extradite Pappas.
NIXON AND POMPIDOU TO MEET FOR TALKS IN ICELAND
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND (AP)- Security preparations are underway in
Iceland's for the meeting between President Nixon and French President
Pomapldou. Reykjavik's 200-man police contingent is being reinforced from
Swats all over Iceland.
Policehad their hands full last week when a crowd of demonstrators
asmado the windows of the British embassy in an outburst over the
so-called "cod war," but it's not expected that tepalons in the Increasingly
pave situation between Britain and Iceland will affect the
Nlaon-Pompldou meeting.
Nixon end Pompidou will arrive late Wednesday for two days of talks
at will cover International currency, trade and political problem of the
Transatlantic Alliance. (* SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
FTC TO CURB USE OF PLASTIC FOAM AS INSULATION
WASHINGTON (AP)- The federal trade commissioner s aid to have
unaanimouly agreed to limit the use of popular plastic foam insulators that
produce highly poisonous fumes when heated.
Traces of poisons produced when the foams bum have been found
airplane Interiors and in the trouble-plagued Skylab.
Trace of poisons produced when the foams burn have been found In the
bloodtea* of person killed in airplane crashes most notably the crash
lat December a in Chicago in which Mrs. Howard Hunt was killed.
No speaflic details were Immediately available on what specific plastic
w ewrolved In the FTC limitation, or what curbs would be placed on
ei.r ut one source dose to the FTC sid the nvestiation centered on
polyrethane, polystyrene, and the cellular plastics.


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Lambton, 50, told
Conservative Party leaders in
his Berwick on Tweed
constituency that he will quit
as soon as possible and cannot
be persuaded to change his
mind.
Lambton and Earl Jellicoe,
the 55-year-old government
leader in the House of Lords,
resigned their ministerial posts
last week after admitting to
"casual affairs" with call girls.
Both had access to defense
secrets.
The Sunday People
newspaper said it has received
the name of a third
government minister from
Norma Levy, the 26-year-old
call girl with whom Lambton
had admitted being
photographed in bed.
The report said the slim and
elegant Mrs. Levy, now
believed hiding in Morocco,


AFTER INTERVIEW

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WINS SYMPATHY


LONDON (AP) Sympathy
from fellow legislators welled
up Saturday for disgraced Air
Force Minister Lord
Lambton after he spoke in a
frank TV interview about the
"casual affair" with a call girl
that forced his resignation.
Lambton and another
aristocrat, Earl Jellicoe,
55-year-old government leader
in the House of Lord's quit last
week after admitting they
associated with call girls.
Lambton, 50, told his side
of the story in a British
Broadcasting Corp. interview
screened late Friday in which
he talked candidly about his
sex life and admitted having
taken drugs but brushed aside
suggestions that his activities
could have endangered national
security.
The interview, at Lambton's
country mansion in the north
of England, prompted
immediate expressions of
sympathy from other
legislators, including Labourite
James Wellbeloved, who has
probed 'persistently at the
security aspects of the affair.
Wellbeloved said: "Lord
Lambton came across on
television very well. He showed
integrity and one has a lot of
compassion for him as an
individual."
Brian Walden, another
Labourite, said in a letter to
The Times: "I knew Lord
Lambton as a patriot
and" nothing has happened to
change that."
Lady Wootton, writing from
the House of Lords, said in
another letter to the times that
it was not an offense to be a
"potential victim of
blackmail."
Some Labourites have been
concerned that Jellicoe and
Lambton, both of whom had
access to al4led defense secrets,
had been open to possible
blackmail through prostitutes.
In his interview with Robin
Day, a senior BBC journalist,
Lambton said he would never
have let himself be blackmailed
and had no information that
the Russians did not have.
LIKES VARIETY
Relaxed in an armchair,
sipping a drink and speaking
easily, Lambton said the police
had informed him that pictures
had been taken of him in bed
with two prostitute., one white
and one black.
Day asked him: "Why
should a man of your social
position, charm and
personality have to go to
whores?"
Lambton replied: "I think
that people sometimes like
variety. I think it's as simple as
that." -
Lambton, who also faces
charges of possessing marijuana
and pep pills, told Day he had
jaken opium in Singapore and
smoked hashish in Arab
countries.
Lambton has said he also
intends to resign from
Parliament. Jellicoe sits in the
House of Lords by Hereditary
right.


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Libbertz said police
investlptions of his client were
based on illegal police'wiretaps
of women the client employed
as hostesses. He said is client
was acquainted with Mrs. Levy,
and that she had threo "dates"
in Munich.
The attorney claimed
Bavaria authorities ordered
the legal wiretaps during
Investigations of drug

Told of the lawyers'
alWetions, munich authorities
reused to comment.


had also made a more cautious
claim about a fourth member
of Prime Minister Edward
Heath's administration.
But she said she would have to
see the man's photograph
before confirming he had
visited her apartment for sex.
Neither man's name was
printed, but the Sunday People
said the names had been passed
on to Scotland Yard and Yard
spokesmen said they were
investigating the disclosures.
Mrs. Levy was quoted as
saying the minister of whose
identity she was certain visited
her about three times and paid
up to S125 on each occasion.
UNRUFFLED
Heath was spending the
weekend at Chequers, his
country home near London.
He was reported unruffled by
the claim that the sex scandal
may pull down another
minister.
But many politicians were
concerned that Lambton and
Jellicoe may have left
themselves open to blackmail
through their association with
call girs.
The People said that in other
interviews, Norma Levy's
25-year-old husband Colin and
a friend, Peter Goodsell,
admitted filming Lambton at
the call girl's apartment.
Levy and Goodsell also were
quoted as saying that Mrs.
Levy's flat was bugged with a
microphone planted in the
nose of a teddy bear that she
kept in her bedroom.
According to the newspaper,
Mrs. Levy said most of her
clients used false names, that
she knew Lambton as Lucas,
and only realized his true
identity when he gave her a
check marked: "Viscount
Lambton Private account."
Mrs. Levy's allegations
about involvement of another
government minister were
repeated in another Sunday
newspaper, the News of the
World.
CONFLICTING
There were conflicting
stories of how the scandal
became public and how the
government ministers were
linked with it. The. News of
the World said it was told all
by Colin Levy after nine
months of investigation.
But the Sunday Times said
Lord Lambton's name was
given to Scotland Yard after
Mrs. Levy blurted it out along
with others while being
questioned by detectives about
an unconnected matter.
There was widespread
newspaper speculation then
that other prominent officials
were involved, but Heath told
the House of Commons on
Thursday that there were no
grounds for supposing this.
Hanging over the whole scandal
is the fear that those involved
might have been blackmailed
for defense secrets. Heath has
ordered a special inquiry into
this apsect.
Lambton, 50, announced
Sunday that he would resign
from the House of Commons
as soon as possible and
indicated he planned to retire
from public life. He has
represented the constituency
of Berwick-on-Tweed for 21
years. When his father, the
fifth Earl of Durham, died in
1970, he renounced that title
so he could remain in the
Commons.
IN MUNICH
In Munich, West Germany, a
lawyer claimed Sunday that
illegal telephone taps of local
"hostesses" provided the first
clues in the London call girl
scandal.
"I consider it thoroughly
possible that the entire London
affair was touched off in
Munich," attorney Lutz
Llbbertt declared.
Libbertz is representing a
31-year-old Munich man in
police custody for allegedly by
using his "all round hostess
service" for procurlang.


Presumably, it was in
connection with that
assignment that unit member
E. Howard Hunt admittedly
forged phony State
Department cables implicating
President John F. Kennedy in
the assassination of South
Vietnamese President Ngo
Dinh Diem.
Nixon said that "the
government records were
inadequate" because many
documents were removed
before he took office. He
didn't explain how the SIU was
to reconstruct the record of
events, whether it was told to
get the missing documents
back or compile a new history
from the records of other
government aqgncies.
But in revealing some of the
operations that went on in the
government during his first
term, the President said they
grew out of a need for national
security. He expressed concern
that security sti could be
compromised if the Watergate
investigations publicly expose
legitimate intelligence
operations.
The Senate investigators say
they, too, are concerned about
the danprs of following every
lead when the personalities
they nqw believe were invoed
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WASHINGTON (A?) -
Senate investigators ae using
this week's morecess m in the
televised Watrgete hearings to
probe the Nixon government's
use in sypiag to gather
intelligence on people in and
out of governments,
Members of the Senate
Watergate committee's staff
interviewed Assistant Attorney
Gen. A. Willam Olson behind
closed doors Saturday to
question him about the
operations of the Justice
Department's internal security
division.
Watergate burglar James W.
McCord Jr. told the committee
a section head in that division
gave him Intelligence reports
almost daily while he was
security chief for the
Committee for the re-election
of the President.
Sources said the staff also
sought information about the
Intelligence Evaluation
Committee (IEC), a secret
inter-agency group which
President Nixon said was set
up in late 1970 "to improve
coordination among the
intelligence community and to
prepare coordination among
the intelligence community
and to prepare evaluations and
estimates of domestic
intelligence."
From Nixon's description of
the IEC in a statement last
week, the group's job would
appear relatively innocuous.
But it was not explained just
what the committee did or
why its .existence was kept
secret.
Senate investigators said one
of their first discoveries was
that IEC chief, Bernard Wells,
was carried on Justice
department personnel records
as head of the interdepartment-
al information unit -
apparently a cover for his real
job with the IEC.
Nixon, acknowledging that
the IEC was under
investigation, said that if it
"went beyond its charter and"
did engage in any illegal
activities it was totally without
my knowledge or authority."
Also under scrutiny is the
White House Special
Investigation Unit (SW),
another secret group set up by
the President, ostensibly to
plug national-security news
leaks. After its existence
became known because two
of its four members were
charged and later convicted in
connection with the Watergate
bugging the group was
nicknamed "the plumbers".
In the course of its work
members of the SIU carried
out the burglry of Daniel
Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office.
President Nixon said that in
addition to putting the group
to work on the Pentagon
Papers leak "I also assigned the
unit a number of other
investigatory matters, dealing
in part with compiling an
accurate record of events
related to the Vietnam war..
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i dent GeoqiM rFew MU.
An Ifelandic gunboat
crippled a British trawler with
de firein the disputed ihin
grounds Saturday. On Sunday
Prime Minister Olafur
Johannesson in a broadcast
expressed thanks to the
gunboat's crew, said their
action was "natural and
inevitable law enforcement"
and warned the British:
"Events like that can always
repeat themselves."
NATO diplomats in
Reykjavik speculated that
J ohanesson's left-wing
coalition government may be
trying to lure Britain's warships
into a gun duel before the
arrival of Nixon and Pompidou
on Wednesday. The purpose of
such a strategy, these diplomats
suggested, would be to bring
the Nixon administration down
from its neutral perch in the
dispute and over to Iceland's
side.
Iceland, Britain, the United
States and France are all
members of NATO, and the air
base that the United States
operates at Keflavik is a key
link in the antisubmarine
defense chain across the North
Atlantic. Because of the cod
war, Iceland has barred British
planes from the base.
U.S. POSITION
Two recent developments
underlined the U.S. effort to
remain neutral:
Washington turned down
Iceland's request to buy a coast
guard cutter needed to
augment operations against
British and other trawlers
challenging the 50-mile fishing
limit proclaimed by the
Icelanders against foreign
fishermen last September. The
Americans told the Icelanders
no such craft was available.
American military
authorities at Keflavik who are

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MIAMI, FLORIDA (AP)- A
tip before last year's Watergate
burglary that Cuban exiles
were being recruited for
clandestine political jobs in
Washington was dismissed by a
policeman as too vague to act
on, the Miami Herald reports.
The Herald said in its
Sunday editions that officer
Rafael Aguirre confirmed he
had been told of the recruiting
by Pablo Fernmandez, a paid
police informant. Aguirre said
he didn't pass the information
to his superiors or the FBI
because he thought it "could
be classified as a rumour."
Aguirre said Fernandez
reported he had gone to
Washington in May 1972, as
part of a group of Cubans who
disrupted antiwar
demonstrations during the
funeral of former FBI Director
J. Edgar Hoover.
Fernandez "mentioned he
was going to take a second
trip," Aguirre told the Herald,
but "cloaked this trip in
secrecy." The officer said
Fernandez gave him the
information before five men
were arrested inside
Democratic National
Headquarters at the Watergate
on June 17, 1972.
Last week, Pernandez told
the newspaper the man in
charge of the group which
went to Washington in May
was Bernmand Barker, a Miami
man who pleaded guilty in the
Watergate burglary. Aguirre
said Fernandez did not
mention Barker's name.
Earlier, the Miami Herald
quoted two other Cuban exiles
- Felipe Dediego and aeinaldo
Pico as saying they were
recruited by Barker to go to
Washington twice last May to
disrupt antiwar demonstra-
tions, including one at which
Daniel EBllsberg was speaking.
Ellaberg was accused of
leaking the Pentagon Papers to


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responsible for the defense of
Iceland disclaimed adl
knowledge of the clash
Saturday between the Icelandic
gunboat Aegir and the British
trawler Everton.
"If that really was true the
Americans ae not doing their
job," one Icelandic official
commented. "They should be
aware of every incident around
our shores."
There seemed little doubt,
however, that American
officials, despite their official
neutrality, are les than happy
with Britain's stance. In their
view the strategic value to
NATO of the Reflavik air base
easily transcends the estimated
30 million dollars worth of fish
British trawlermen take out of
the disputed fishing grounds
each year.
HOSTILITY
Deepening local hostility
toward Britain heightened
security problems for the visit
of Nixon and Pompidou.
A mob last Thursday stoned
the British embassy. Icelandic
officials claimed the 80 or 90
police in the area were
powerless to prevent the
trouble.
Both Nixon and Pompidou
will have their own guards
around them. But the
Icelanders will be in charge of
over-all security arrangements,
and they say they will
reinforce the local force with
police from other parts of the
island.
One demonstration has
already been announced by
groups protesting various
aspects of Nixon's and
Pompidou's policies -
including U.S. policy in
Vietnam and French nuclear
tests in the Pacific.
Meanwhile, the crippled
British trawler Everton, her
holes patched up by British
Navy repairmen, limped
toward home. The British
,Defense Ministry, said 27
other British trawlers were still
fishing inside the 50-mile limit
under .the protection of Royal
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IPAC. CENTRE (AP) -
Man had his blood drawn in
space Monday for the first time
* leM aaat t Dr.
Josephb erwln took samples
from himself and the other two
SkylWab rewe a, starting a
eri of medical, earth
resources and astronomy
experiments that may bring
many benefits to mankind.
"Be advised Joe just drew all
three of us and that it went
very smoothly, commander
Charges Conrad Jr. told Mission
Control after the spacemen
awakened in their orbital lab
an hour later than planned.
When the control centre
received no response on its first
wakeup call, officials decided
to let Conrad, Kerwin and Paul
J. Weitz dsleep as long as they
wanted.
Later Monday, they planned
a 10-minute news conference,
televised to the space centre.
answering questions from
reporters on the two hectic
days in which they made the
huge laboratory habitable by
erecting a makeshift sun shade
to cool it down.
The drawing of blood
samples, to be done four times
during the four-week mission,
is one element of an extensive
medical programme intended
to determine how man is
affected by long-term exposure
to the space environment.
Kerwin has a dispensary
aboard to carry out his duties
as a high-flying physician.
The astronauts also ate in
the space station Monday for
the first time. This became
known when Conrad reported
that "the commander just
shaved and breakfast is
cooking."
He referred to a special tray
in which foods are heated.
Until now, the fourth day of
the mission, the astronauts
have dined in their Apollo
ferry ship because of high heat
in the laboratory.

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LEON E. H. DUPUCH,PublIw,/EdItor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH,O.B.E.. K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
ContributinS Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972-


Al ys an EnglandL
Always an England


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE BAHAMAS Independence Bill passed the House of
'Commons with a sweeping majority. I don't think anyone is
surprised at the result of the vote.
No consideration was given to the appeal of Abaconians to stay
with the Union Jack.
The argument was advanced that there should not be any
fragmentation of territory at this time.
The Bahamas is not a land mass. It is an archipelago embracing
over 700 islands and thousands of cays, each standing alone in a
,body of water.
In this great collection of islands Britain could find no place
for Bahamians' families who through the centuries have been
loyal to the Union Jack and devoted to the crown.
I am sure that a great many Abaconians and other
Bahamians too are disappointed that their petition was so
completely ignored.
I have no comment to make beyond observing that this is a
matter that now rests between the people of Abaco and the PLP
Government in Nassau.


But it is my concern and my duty to comment when the
Prime Minister puts, what seems to me to be an incorrect
interpretation on the Abaco movement apparently to mislead
unthinking people abroad and ignorant emotional people at
home.
During his recent visit to England he branded the Abaco
movement as an attempt by some unnamed person or persons to
pull off a massive land grab.
"There are 649 square miles of good, beautiful land on
Abaco," he told reporters in London. "Who wouldn't want it for
nothing?", he asked, adding that "the speculative land value in
the Bahamas is high."
Mr. Pindling had theories about who was involved in the land
grab "the biggest ever attempted in the Bahamas." But he
didn't call any names.
Why didn't he call any names? If in fact this is true the people
are entitled to know.

Mr. Pindling is a lawyer and, as such, he knows that whether
-Abaco stays in the Bahamas or goes with Britain as a Crown
Colony, the land ownership in that island will not change. The
people who now own it will continue to own it unless some
* future Government decides to appropriate it to itself and parcel it
out among its friends.
For God's sakes man, tell the public the facts.

A minister said grace at a meeting of Rotary today. He was
introduced as Father So and So.
Afterwards I spoke with him and asked him if he was a
Catholic Priest.
"No," he said, "I am an Anglican."
"I thought that you were called Episcopalians in the U.S.," I
said.
"Yes," he agreed, "but among the clergy we speak of ourselves
as Anglicans."
Believe it or not .... "there'll always be an England".
******4***


The misfortune in life is that we don't miss our greatest
blessings until we have lost them through neglect, carelessness or
stupidity.
As the day for independence approaches more and more
hidden benefits the islands enjoyed by association with Britain
are coming to the surface.
Although Britain is giving the Bahamas the chain of lighthouses
erected in the islands and maintained by the British government
for over a century, we now know that the Government will have
to find half a million dollars annually to finance this service. This
money must be collected through some new form of taxation.
For nearly 20 years a group of Florida specialists took care of
all the crippled children in the islands. They gave their services
free.
These were all outstanding men with a long background of
experience behind them. Some of their remarkable cures could
almost be classified as miracles.
But in the end they were unceremoniously booted out by an
ungrateful Government. They were informed that their services
were no longer required in the Bahamas. They could act in a
purely consultative capacity in the future, if they wished.
The doctors took the hint. They decided to wash their hands
clean of the new setup in the Princess Margaret Hospital where
the staff are now supposed to take care of these children.
Parents who can afford it are now bringing their children to the
specialists in Miami. And they are paying for this service.
It is unfortunate that all the children who benefitted from the
,.services of the splendid Florida team do not have parents who can
afford to provide them with the kind of attention they had
-become accustomed to receiving at the clinics held in Nassau by
these specialists.
This is all the result of human vanity festering in the narrow
minds of small men who do not realize what it meant to these
Children to have some of the most skilled doctors in Florida to
mend their deformed limbs and broken bodies.

'" You know .... these men helped in so many ways. even outside
their medical services to the Bahamian people. They help even
now. They try to do anything I ask.
When I was in Nassau to attend the funeral of Sam Pinder, an
.old member of my staff who had died suddenly, I was told how a
number of nurses and nurses' aids had lost their jobs at the Rassin
*Hospital because of new restrictions reportedly placed on this
. private hospital by the Ministry of Health.
The next day the mother of one of the nurses came to
Camperdown to see me.
She told me that her daughter wanted to go to the U.S. to live.
1he had everything cleared but she needed a guaranteed job
before the Consulate would give her a residence visa.
Could I help?
" I told her I couldn't promise anything but I would try.
As soon as I returned to Coral Gables I phoned Arthur
1:rinnieston. I told hun what I wanted.
' Could he help?
' He said he would try.
Early the next morning he phoned to tell me that he had a job
linedd up for the nurse.
That afternoon he brought a letter to my hotel. It was from
5one of the big hospitals here certifying that the nurse had a job at
.the hospital. The hospital will pay her a good salary.
1Th1 was the kind of thing these Florida specialists did for
Bahamian people for nearly 20 years, only to be booted in the
,.end by a callous, unappreciative and ungrateful Government.
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By MllNeidrk
WASHINGTON (AP)-- While Watergate dominates the headlines, the Nixon administration is
estling with one of the worst outbreaks of inflation in the nation's history. And the end is not
insight.


The surge of price increases
since the first of the year has
eaten into the dollar's
purchasing power, shaken
confidence in the U.S.
currency overseas, sent the
stock market spinning, and
frustrated the efforts of
wage-price control.
President Nixon's economic
advisers are trying to tide out
the storm, citing special factors
for the sudden outburst of
prices rises, the sharpest since
the Korean war. They believe it
is temporary.
But threatening to aggravate
the problem is the booming
economy. It grew at a 15 per
cent rate in the first three
months of the year, getting
dangerously close to
overheating.
It if continues to grow at
this pace, said Herbert Stein,
chairman of Nixon's Council of
Economic Advisers, "nothing
could prevent an acceleration
of inflation."
But the administration is
forecasting a slowdown in this
rapid rate of business and
consumer activity at about the
middle of the year, in hopes of
bringing down the rate of
inflation with it.
Unless there is a dramatic
turnaround in policy, the
President's economic officials
are inclined against any
across-the-board, extensive
tightening of wage-price
controls.
COUNTER PRODUCTIVE
The view is that such a
move, with the economy
booming, would be
counterproductive. Instead, the
cost of living council is using
highly selective wage-price
control, trying not to get in the
way of the onrushing
economy.
Increasingly, the
administration is depending on
the independent Federal
Reserve Board to check the
inflationary boom. In recent
weeks, the seven-member
board of central bankers has
acted to bring about tight
money, pushing up interest


rates in the process.
The board has tightened up
on credit even though it was
reluctant to do so only a few
months ago, before the wave of
inflation had become so
serious.
The Federal Reserve's
policies, coupled with tight
budget policies by the
administration, have increased
fears that a recession, such as
the one that occurred during
1970, may be in prospect for
1974.
Tight money can, if pursued
vigorously, contract business
activity, increase
unemployment and cool off
the economy. Although in
theory it should restrain
inflation, recent experience in
the United States has shown
that high inflation can exist
during an economic slowdown.
NOT LIKELY
From the administration's
viewpoint, the economy should
slow down to about a 4 per
cent rate of growth later this
year and continue that way
into 1974. This would be far
from a recession.
But, meantime, worries over
price increases continue.
During the three months that
ended in April, consumer
prices rocketed upward by 9.2
per cent. Food prices
accounted for most of the rise.
Nixon's economic advisers
say the worst of the food-price
rise is over. Its actions to
increase supplies should begin
to take hold, it says, so that
the food-price situation for the
rest of the year should be
"essentially flat," in Stein's
words.
The Agriculture Depart-
ment has estimated that retail
food prices for 1973 would be
about 9 per cent higher than
last year. They are already
getting close to that mark, said
Stein.
Economists and Democratic
senators and representatives
blame the administration's
shift from mandatory phase 2
wage-price controls to a largely
voluntary, self-policing form of
controls on Jan. 11 as the main


reason for the price surge.
Not so, replies Stein. He said
the price increases began well
before phase 3 started and
occurred in commodities that
were in short supply
throughout the world. The
administration has worked to
increase supply. It also hopes
demand will cool off for a lot
of the commodities
ECONOMIC BOOM
So far, however, the
consumer continues to fuel the
economic boom, spending at
high levels despite the jump in
prices.
Treasury Secretary George
P. Shultz, in reality the
President's chief economic
adviser, is the arbiter of the
administration's economic
policy. He is urging the
President to shy away from the
temptation of tighter controls
on the economy. But reports
persist that former Treasury
Secretary John B. Connally,
recently brought into the
White House to advise Nixon.
is drafting a new anti-inflation
plan independent of Shultz. A
spokesman for Shultz said the
Secretary knows nothing about
it.


Rumours of Connally
returning as Treasury Secretary
with the key role in
administration economic
policy-making ran through the
stock market last Thursday,
helping push it strongly
upward. "A wild Wall Street
rumour," said a White House
spokesman.
To help calm the nervous
economic situation, the
administration has called a
news conference Tuesday to
tell its side of the story,
inviting several hundred
newspapermen from
throughout the country.
An unusual move, the
administration said its key
economic officials would )e
available for individual
interviews to out-of-town
reporters the following day.
But even the President's
advisers are not certain about
the situation. "There is a long
way to go, and while we are
confident, it would be
foolhardy to ignore the
difficulties ahead," Stein told a
Senate sub-committee on
consumer economics last
Wednesday.
Sen. Hubert Humphrey,
(D-Minn.) chairman of that
panel expressed the view of
many of his Democratic
colleagues and economists at
that hearing.
"The Nixon administration
stabilization programme has
failed to stabilize anything,
with the singular exception of
the working man's wages," he
said.


BERN, Switzerland .- (AP)
- The United States and
Switzerland Friday signed a
precedent-setting judicial
assistance treaty to bolster the
international arsenal of
weapons against crime
syndicates.
A major clause of the
complex, 41-article treaty is
designed to help U.S.
investigators track down funds.
deposited by mobsters in
numbered swiss bank accounts.
Concidentally, a spokesman
fo r a crime-fighting com-
mission of the Italian Senate
said Friday the Mafia is
believed to have key bases in
Switzerland for the financing
of an international drug traffic
estimated at nearly a billion
dollars a year.
The treaty, which must be
approved by the U.S. Senate
and the Swiss Parliament
before it takes effect, is the
first of its kind negotiated by
the United States. The Nixon
Administration called it a
"vital weapon in the fight
against organized crime," and
it is likely to serve as a model
for similar accords with other
European countries.
The treaty is aimed
specifically at crime syndicate
leaders who usually are well
insulated from all criminal
charges except tax evasion.
Switzerland's bank secrecy


rules do not apply in criminal
cases, but tax evasion is not a
criminal offense under Swiss
law, and heretofore it has been
extremely difficult for the U.S.
government to get Swiss help
with fiscal cases.
The new treaty also provides
for assistance in antitrust cases
or in cases of political offenses
where an organized crime
group is involved and seeks "to
achieve via the political route
an increase in power and
wealth of the criminal group."
Under the treaty, an
organized crime group is
defined as one which carries
out activities in a "methodical
and systematic manner" and
commits, or threatens to
commit, violence and "either
strives to obtain influence in
politics, commerce, or trade
and labour unions" or
associates with groups engaged
in these practices.
Swiss banking and industry
circles, fearing a precedent
would be set by the fiscal and
anti-trust clauses, voiced strong
concern over the treaty. It was
redrafted several times since
the negotiations in Washington
and Bern started in 1968.
The signing came after a
final two-week formal meeting
at the government level, Walter
J. Stoessel, U.S. assistant
secretary of state, and Albert
Weitnauer, Swiss ambassador in
London, were the signers.


This is all very sad .... don't you think?

The Government keeps on sounding off about monied men
standing on the sidelines panting to get into the Bahamas.
They would like the public to believe that the men are just
waiting for independence to rush in and dump their millions in
the lap of the Government.
This kind of information does not seem to tally with the real
facts of the market in Nassau today.
For instance, the London Property Intelligence Letter reports
that Beaumont Properties, partly backed by Town and City
Properties, has just written 888,000 pounds (in excess of $2
million) off the value of its arcade shops and offices in Bay
Street, Nassau.
Reason? No takers because of the difficulties in obtaining
licences, work permits and so forth.
On the other hand, a similar development they have in
Bermuda is nearly all let or under offer.
THOUGH'S OR TODAY
All is vanity and vexation of spirit.
-ECCLESIASTES 1.14.

0 what a tangled web we weave,
When first we practise to deceive!
SCOTT


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28TH, the 148th day of 1973
TODAY'S highlight in
history:
On this date in 1940, in
World War Two, British,
French and Belgian troops
began the evacuation from
Dunkerque, France. Some 337
thousand men safely reached
ports in England.
On this date-
In 1863, the first Negro
regiment from the north in the
Civil War left Boston for the
front.


In 1864, Archduke
Ferdinand Maximilian of
Austria-Hungary landed in
Vera Cruz, Mexico to become
-impcror.
In 1934. Mrs. Oliva Dionne
gave birth to quintuplets in a
farmhouse near Callender,
Ontario.
In 1937, British Prime


the carib shop


resigned and was succeeded by
Neville Chamberlain.
In 1942, in World War Two,
Adolf Hitler ordered repri-als
in Czechoslovakia for the
murder of a Nazi official. Some
two-thousand Czechs were
executed.
In 1959, two monkeys
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A SUIT by a mother to get
maintenance for her two young
children developed into a
paternity battle with the
alleged father refusing to
acknowledge the children as
his.
Andrew George Russell, a
government Customs officer
formerly stationed at San
Andros, denied all knowledge
of the children whom Jennifer
Duncanson, a young Robinson
Road mother claims are his.
Miss Duncanson is represented


by Mr. David Bethell.
Russell advised the
magistrate to ask the. lawyer
about the case. "He knows
more about this case than me,"
he remarked.
"I deeply resent that
statement," Mr. Bethell
retorted as he jumped to his
feet on hearing the remarks.
Russell said that sometime
in 1969 a Supreme Court jury
cleared him of a charge of
raping the mother, who was
then an I 1-year-old minor. He
maintained that as he was
cleared of the charge he was
not responsible for Durant, 2,
and Lisa, 1.
The case opened earlier this
year when the magistrate
agreed to put it on his
calendar, but first suggested
that the two parties try to
settle their problems out of
court. He advised the couple to
discuss the case with a lawyer.
Mrs. Albertha Duncanson,
mother of Miss Duncanson,
was the only witness in the
case Friday. Mr. Bethell
submitted several letters
written by Russell to Miss
Duncanson.
Russell said he "did not feel
just a little bit odd that he has
two children in the world
whom he is trying to deny" in
answer to a question put by
Mr. Bethell. He asked the
lawyer if he did not feel odd
himself.
The letters entered were part
of a collection of letters, which
Russell has admitted writing to
Miss Duncanson. In them he
wrote of preparing to meet his
children and advised his former
girl friend about taking care of
his son, Durand. He threatened
that "if anything happens to
him, the same will happen to
you."
In his evidence Russell, who
had denied having sex with the
young mother prior to his
Supreme Court trial, admitted
having relations with her
sometime afterwards while she
was still a minor.
"You see there, he has
already implicated himself. If
he does not watch out, the
same evidence he is giving can
have him sent straight to Fox
Hill Prison." Magistrate


cemetery Wad had had sexual
intercomt with her while she
was still a minor.
She mid the second child, a
irl, was born as the result of
Russell udin the first child as
bait to subdue her.
She mid he used to come for
his son and tell her to collect
the child from him later.
However, when she went to get
the child he would hold her
and force her to have relations
with him.
Min Duncmaon brought the
case to court to try to force
Russell to support her two
children. However, when he
denied they were his the
support action was turned into
a paternity suitL


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Monday, May 28, 1973.
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StUbb, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Stubbs of
Soldier Road, received a degree
in English and Political Science
at the 88th Spring
Commencement held at
Tuskaege Institute in Tuskegee,
Alabama, on May 13
Out of the over 750
graduates receiving their
diplomas, Miss Stubbs was the
only Bahamian. During her
stay at the Institute, Miss
Stubbs was the recipient of
many awards and national
honours.
Speaker for the afternoon
Baccalaureate exercises was Mr.
Christopher F. Edley executive
director of the United Negro
College Fund in New York.
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Emmanuel Osadebay said.
Russell said the evidence
given against him by Miss
Duncanson was false. Mr.
Bethell called Russell's
statements venomouss issues of
falsehoods'" He said Russell's
reason for bringing the case to
court was an attempt to
embarrass the young mother
and her family.
Russell said he did not know
Miss Duncanson's age. He had
promised to marry her and
had given her an engagement
ring. What he had written in his
letters was done through fear
of being harmed by the
Duncansons.
However, his letter included
threats, which said that if the
family tried to put him in
court they would make a
mistake because he was
prepared "to kill" them.
Miss Duncanson, in evidence
given earlier, told of how
Russell had taken her to
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AMIAMS JOINS NURSING COUNCIL


TH NURSES Association ot
-" the Bahamas was among six
national nursing organizations
which were accepted for full
membership in the
International Council of Nurses
2n May 18, during the ICN's
I1Sth quadrennial Congress held
in Mexico City,
Accepting admission on
behalf of the NAB was
Association secretary Mrs.
Ironic Morris, principal
nursing officer in the Health
Ministry's nursing education
department.


Also on hand for the
ceremonies were NAB
president Brendel Cox, and
nurses Mary Butler, Dorothy
Phillips, Susanna Roberts,
Marilyn Bethel, Geneva
Thornton, Helena Francis,
Deanna Saunders and Elain.
Dorestte.
The Bahamas' membership
was sponsored by West
Germany.
Other nations admitted at
the same time were Botswana,
Senegal, Tanzania, Zaire and
Nicaragua.


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PAN AMERICAN World
airlines has designated its first
light from Miami to Nassau on
lune 3 the day Goombay
Summer '73 begins "Jet
Clipper Flight Goombay
Summer."
Passengers taking this flight
will be treated to a Goombay
Summer cocktail party, hosted
by the airline, in a specially


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LABOR DAY

BANKING HOURS
As the undermentioned banks will be closed for
business on Labour Day, June 1st, 1973, the
following hours of business will be observed on


Bank of Montreal (Bahamas & Caribbean) Limited
Barclays Bank International Limited
First National City Bank
The Bank of Nova Scotia
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
The Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.
The Royal Bank of Canada


and gave him his first pointers
in the handling of brush and
canvas, but Charles has had no
other actual lessons, and is
"self taught, from nature".
He designed the Columbus
Day costume last October for
Deborah Swaby, the 1st
runner-up in the event's beauty
contest, an imaginative gown
based on a Santa Maria theme.

i School

abour Day
only recently, the school has
had some degree of success in
its dance programmes for
students.
The fair will include the
usual attractions, but of special
interest will be the plaiting of
the pole, a rummage and book
sale, plays, movies and a sale of
handicrafts made by the
students of the schooL
SHIPPING
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from Jacksonville;
SAILED TODAY: Joma for
Jacksonville
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Bahama Star, Flavia, Emerald
Seas from Miami; Oceanic,
Rotterdam from New York.
WEATHER
Wind: Southerly 10 to 16
m.p.h.
Weather: Chance of showers
or thundershowers
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min. tonight 75
Max. tomorrow 90


prepared lounge at the Miami
International Airport, prior to
the flight's departure.
At this reception, passengers
will be served Goombay
Smash, the exotic and
refreshing drink of the islands,
by stewardesses of the airline
while goombay music plays in
the background.
On hand to welcome the
st will be represent4ftves of


Pan American in Nassau and
representatives of the Bahamas
Ministry of Tourism, who will
outline some of the major
features of Goombay Summer
'73 and answer any questions
passengers may have regarding
the Bahamas.
Passengers will receive
information on such major
weekly features of the 14-week
long summer festival as the


folklore shows, in both Nassau
and Freeport, which depict
various eras of Bahamian
history; performances by the
Royal Bahamas Police Band;
fashion shows put on by
Bahamian models, and the
Goombay Parade with dancing
in Bay Street in Nassau and the
International Bazaar in
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AN important event in the
life of enterprising Charles
Burnside, 18, was his first
one-man show, which opened
at Toogood's Studio on East
Bay Street, yesterday.
Charles began to paint at the
age of 13 "for fun", but at 15
he started to "take it
seriously." His cousin, Rudy
Williams of Freeport, also a
painter, encouraged Charles

Girls' Industria

fair set for Li
THE STAFF and students of
the Girl's Industrial School will
sponsor a fair to be held at the
school grounds, Sandilands
Village, on Friday, June 1,
which is Labour Day.
The event will start at 3 p.m.
and will continue until 8:30
that evening. The fair is under
the patronage of the Hon.
Clifford Darling, Minister of
Labour and National
Insurance, under whose
portfolio and administration of
the Industrial Schools fall.
A spokesman said the event
will be held to give the girls an
opportunity to come into
contact with society and to
show society what has been
done by way of rehabilitation
and to give the public an
opportunity to support the
school by attending the fair. '
Also it will raise funds to
allow the girls and a few of the
boys to continue private dance
lessons. This is of particular
interest to the students and


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S40BA6SSOF
BAHAMAS SlO S
FON JABAIA
MORE THAN 400 beg of
Bahamian grown nleoss have
been shipped to the Jamaica
market, the Department of
Agriculture and Flmirest
announced. The onions, first
of what is hoped to be a
series of shipmanta, were
transported to Jamaica by
charter flight. The onions are
picutred above being loaded
aboard the alrenft for
Jamaica. The shipment Is the
second to a foreign market.
Between 1200 and 1400 baog
were shipped to the United
States last week.
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Monday, May 28, 1973.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS ISLAND
Equity Side.


1973

No. 10


NOTICE


THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1969

The Petition of (1) Cecil Ronald Cartwright of
West Street in the City of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence and (2) the Reverend Carl D.
Godfrey and the Reverend James N. Cooper Sr.
both of Shirley Heights in the Eastern District of
the said Island of New Providence in respect of:
(1) The property of Cecil Ronald Cartwright:

PARCEL 1I


ALL THAT parcel of land comprising Two and
Five hundred and Six thousandths (2.506) acres
situate on the Northern side of Soldier Road
above 4,7000 feet Eastwardly of East Street in
the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence one of the Bahama Islands being a
portion of Frazer Allotment Number 4 and
bounded Northeastwardly by Frazer Allotment
Number 8 the property of the Bahamas
Government and running thereon Three hundred
and Nine and Thirty-five hundredths (309.35)
feet Southeastwardly by Frazer Allotment
Number 5 and running thereon Three hundred
and Fifty-seven and Ninety hundredths (357.90)
feet Southwestwardly by Soldier Road and
running thereon Three hundred and Four and
Thirty-three hundredths (304.33) feet and
Northwestwardly partly by land the property of
the said Reverends Carl D. Godfrey and James
N. Cooper Sr. and running thereon One hundred
and Sixty-three and Eighty-five hundredths
(163.85) feet and partly by land the property of
thereon Two hundred and Twenty-seven and
Eighty-seven hundredths (227.87) feet which
said parcel of land has such position boundaries
shape marks and dimensions as are shown on the
diagram or plan filed in this matter and is
thereon coloured Pink.
PARCEL 2

ALL THAT parcel of land comprising Four
hundred and two thousandths (0.402) acres
situate as aforesaid being a portion of the said
Frazer Allotmant Number 4 and bounded
Eastwardly by land the property of the
Reverends Carl D. Godfrey and James N. Cooper
Sr. and running thereon One hundred and
Eighty-six and Seventy-five hundredths (186.75)
feet Southwardly by Soldier Road and running
thereon Two hundred ap.d Sixty-one and
Fourteen hundredths '(6114) pt- and
Northwestwardly by land the property of Cecil
Ronald Cartwright and running thereon Three
hundred and Ninety-eight and Ninety-four
hundredths (398.94) feet which said parcel of
land has such position boundaries shape marks
and dimensions as are shown on the diagram or
plan filed in this matter and is thereon coloured
Pink.

PARCEL 4
ALL THAT parcel of land comprising One
(1.000) acre situate as aforesaid also being a
portion of Frazer Allotment Number 4 and
bounded Northwestwardly by a Thirty-three
(33) feet wide road reservation known as Old
Trail Cemetery Road and running thereon One
hundred and' Eighty-three and Ninety-nine
hundredths (183.99) feet Northeastwardly by
land' the property of the Bahamas Government
and running thereon Two hundred and Sixteen
and Nine hundredths (216.09) feet
Southeastwardly by land the property of the
said Cecil Ronald Cartwright being other portion
of the said Frazer Allotment Number 4 and
running thereon Two hundred and Twenty-seven
and Eighty-seven hundredths (227.87) feet and
Southwestwardly by land the property of the
said Reverends Carl D. Godfrey and.James N.
Cooper Sr. being other portion of the said
Frazer Allotment Number 4 and running
thereon Two hundred and Twelve and Nine
hundredths (212.09) feet which said parcel of
lanI has such position boundaries shape marks
and dimensions as are shown on the diagram or
plan filed in this matter and is thereon coloured
Blue;
SUBJECT TO an Option Agreement dated the
4th day of July 1969 and recorded in the
Registry of Records in Volume 1505 pages 500
to 507 for the purchase of the said Parcel 4 by
the said Reverend Carl D. Godfrey and the said
Reverend James N. Cooper Sr.
(2) The property of the Reverend Carl D.
Godfrey and the Reverend James N. Cooper Sr *


PARCEL 3


ALL THAT parcel of land comprising One
(1.000) acre situate as aforesaid also being a
portion of Frazer Allotment Number 4 and
bounded Northwestwardly by a Thirty-three
(33) feet wide road reservation known as Old
Trail Cemetery Road and nmning thereon One
hundred and Fifteen and Eighty-two hundredths
(115.82) feet Northeastwardly by land the
property of the said Cecil Ronald Cartwright
and being other portion of the said Frazer
Allotment Number 4 and running thereon Two
hundred and Twelve and Nine hundredths
(212.09) feet Southeastwardly by land the
property of the said Cecil Ronald Cartwright
and being other portion of the said Frazer
Allotment Number 4 and running thereon One
hundred and Sixty-three and Eighty-five


Ughr Xrtbunr


The Rev. Arthur Samuel Colebrook


REV. A. Samuel Colebrook
was born at Mastic Point,
Andros, on April 1, 1910 to
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
Colebrook. He is from a large
family of brothers and sisters
originally consisting of 11.
Pastor Colebrook received
his early education in the
public school at Mastic Point.
He taught there as a Monitor
for six years, and was
appointed by the Board of
Education to be headmaster of
the Grant-In-Aid School at
Stafford Creek. His mother
disapproved of the
appointment, consequently
this was cancell-d.
He was baptized by the
pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist
Church at Mastic Point, the
Rev. Robert Fowler his
maternal grandfather. All of his
life he has been associated with
the Baptist denomination.
In 1931 the Rev. Colebrook
came to Nassau where he
joined the St. Paul Baptist
Church under the pastorate of
the late Rev. R. H. Higgs. He
served as Superintendent of the
Sunday School, and Director
of the Baptist Training Union.
He has been preaching since
1929, and has been in the
Ministry for 44 years. He first
started preaching at Ebenezer


Baptist Church in Andros.
In 1936 he successfully
enrolled as a ministerial
student at the American
Baptist Theological Seminary
(College of the Bible) at
Nashville, Tennessee. During
his college years he was a
member of Spruce Street
Baptist Church, where he sang
in the choir, and continued
preaching. He was greatly
influenced during this period
by the late Dr. A. M. Towsend,
M.D., D.D., who was the pastor
of the church. In May 1939 he
was ordained to the Christian
Ministry at this historic church.
On the 23rd of the same
month and year he was


hupctedths (1-63 tJ0. 2Qutbwardly by
7 So arr Rioad (i gnf terou nte htindre'
and Sixty-one and Eighty hundredths (161.80)
feet and Southwestwardly by land the property
of the said Cecil Ronald Cartwright being other
portion of the said Frazer Allotment Number 4
and running thereon One hundred and
Eighty-six and Seventy-five hundredths (186.75)
feet which said parcel of land has such position
boundaries shape marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or plan filed in this
matter and is thereon coloured Brown.

TOGETHER WITH full and free right and
liberty for the Petitioners their heirs and assigns
and their tenants servants visitors and licensees
the owner or owners the occupier or occupiers
for the time being of the said parcels of land
hereinbefore described or any part thereof (in
common with all other persons who have or who
may hereafter have the like right) from time to
time and at all times with or without carts
carriages motor cars and other vehicles horses
and other animals to go return pass and repass
over along and upon the entire length of the
Road known as Old Trail Cemetery Road.
Cecil Ronald Cartwright claims to be the owner
of the unincumbered fee simple estate in
possession of the said parcels of land designated as
Parcels 1, 2 and 4 subject as aforesaid and the said
the Reverend Carl D. Godfrey and the Reverend
James N. Cooper Sr. claim to be the owners of the
unincumbered fee simple estate in possession of
the said land designated as Parcel 3 and have made
application to the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands under Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act
1959 to have their title to the said parcels of land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
be granted by the Court in accordance with the
provisions of the said Act.
Copies of the said Plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places:
(a) the Registry of the Supereme Court, Nassau,
Bahamas; and
(b) the Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft &
Hughes, 50 Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas,
Attorneys for the petitioners.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 12th day of June 1973 file in the
Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioners or the
undersigned a statement of his claim in the
prescribed form verified by an affidavit to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the
12th day of June 1973 wilip4rate as a bar to such
claim.


("THIS IS THEIR STORY"
is being carried periodically as
a part of the religious
programme by the Bahamal
Christian Council as part of
the Independence Day
Celebrations as a reminder to
Bahamians, especially the
young, of the many
contributions made by
religious leaders In the
development and building of
the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas. Today: The Rev.
Arthur Samuel Cr lebrook,
B.Th., J.P.]

graduated from the A.B.T.
Seminary with a Bachelor of
Theology degree.
Shortly after his ordination
and graduation. Pastor
Colebrook returned to his
native Bahamas and continued
his fellowship at St. Paul
Baptist Church in Nassau
working :,s assistant minister.
In 1943 'e was elevated to the
pastorate of St. Paul Baptist
Church after the death of Rev.

NIXON'S SAN

CLEIMENTE LAND

DEAL QUERIED


WASHINGTON (AP)- The White
House statement disclosing sale of
much of President Nixon's San
Clemente property is raising almost
as many questions as it answered.
So far the White House, though
peppered with new inquiries, has
not come up with substantive new
answers. Presidential spokesmen say
generally they're standing on the
three-page account released Friday.
The private property the
President controls next to his
Western White House offices in
California has been a continuing
subject of interest since he
announced plans to acquire it in
May 1959. The statement Friday
disclosed that on Dec. 15, 1970,
Nixon sold more than 20 acres of
land within his walled compound to
Robert Abplanalp, a wealthy New
York industrialist who also owns a
home within the Florida White
House compound at Key Bascayne.
Nixon retained 5.9 acres and the
Spanish mansion overlooking the
Pacific Ocean.
The statement said Abplanalp
paid $ 1,249,000 for his land, which
contains no buildings. It said he
also had loaned Nixon $625.000 to
help the President buy the property
In the first place. That amount is
S$205,000 more than the down
payment Nixon had to put up for
the $1.5 million purchase.
4 Here are some of the questions
She statement didn't answer:
V' Why did the White House keep
the deal a secret for nearly 2'/ years
From the outset the White House
had said Nixon intended to dispose
of some of the property. At one
time it was thought his presidential
library might be erected there.
Newsmen periodically inquired
about the status of the property
but were usually told either its
disposition had not been decided
upon or that it was held in trust by
a Los Angeles trust company.
-What does Abplanalp plan to
do with the land?
His property is all within the wall
erected by the government to help
give the Nixon family privacy. The
government guards the entire
compound. There is no evidence
Abplanalp has made any separate
use of his property.
-Why did Nixon need so many
loans to acquire and improve the
property'?
A presidential financial
statement released at the same time
he announced plaits to buy Ait San
Clemente showed Nixon had
$571,000 in proceeds from a New
York apartment sale and cash. hie
White House indicated he would
make his down payment from this
money.
But it turns out that he signed
two mortgages totalling $ I.080.000
and borrowed $625.000 from
Abplanalp for a total of
$1,705,000. The total cost of the
property was $1.5 million and he
put in improvements costing
$123,514 for a total expenditure of
$1.623,514.


R. H. Iliggs
Mr. Colebrook has served as
secretary of the Inter-
denominational Ministerial
Alliance He is the moderator
of the Morning Star Baptist
Association, and has been a
vice president of the Bahamas
Missionary and Educational
Convention for several years.
He is the national co-ordinator
of the Bahamas Crusade of the
Americas, and chairman of
World Mission of Recon-
ciliation of the Bahamas.
His home and foreign
missions zeal has led him to
visit most of the Family
Islands, and places beyond the
Bahamas. lie has been to
Jamaica. Puerto Rico, North
and South America, Canada,
England, France, Italy, Greece,
Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem.
Samaria and Bethlehem.
lie has built the old and new
St. Paul Baptist Church, and
has performed ordination
ceremonies in the religious lives
of several ministers of religion
evangelists, missionaries, and
deacons.
Pastor Colebrook is the
recipient of the Baptist
Recognition Award from the
Bahamas Baptist Missionary
and Educational Convention
which is the largest religious or
civic organization in the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas. Hle is also a Justice of



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submarine, "Scorpion," which
was missing with 99 men
aboard.
ONE YEAR AGO
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the Peace.
In the area of social welfare.
he has served for several years
as a member of the Juvenile
Panel, and is presently
chairman of the visiting
Committee of Her Majesty's


Prison.
tie is carrying a Jaily
devotional prayer dialing
service at St. Paul Baptist
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Attorneys for the Petitioners,
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Nassau, Bahamas.


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C9923
FOR SALE
Choice Beach property
Adelaide. Call 42458 evenings.
C9847
3 bedroom 1 bath house with
adjoining income producing
efficiency aprtent." Good
location. Pries $300:
Contact: DAVSON'S REAL
ESTATE AGENCY Phone:
2-1178 or 5-5408 P. 0. Box
N-4648, Nassat
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'condttloned. To
.view. telephone 2-1722-3.


C9907
BILL'S REAL EStATE
AGENCY offers good
Investment opportunity
attractively priced apartments
lots with good rental potential
near St. Andrew's School.
Reasonable terms or good cash
discount if required.
Large Bay Street property with
170 ft. frontage and
approx Imat 480 ft. deep,
For at a6l' a
appoointeW FS321.

C9680
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout Unusual
opportunity, To view.
Telephone 2:1722-3.
C9937
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Live rent free, Income from
apartments will cover interest
payment. -2 bedroom 2 bath
cottage and 2 single bedroom
apartments in Tuckaway
Subdivision. Call 2-2738 from
91M3n:t5 p.m.
C9958
MACKEY STREET --
Commercial Property 88 x 250
feet. WINCHESTER STREET
- Apartment or residential site
109 x 129 feet. SHIRLEA- 2
bedroom residence on lot 70 x
93 feet. Particulars call
VERNE ROBERTS REALTY,
Phone 77897.
C9929
PRESTIGE HOMES
P. 0. Box, N489 Nasm
Phone 24959 Day 58979
4-1584-Night
SPECIAL BUY
OF TIE YEAR
Duplex 2 2-bedroom, kitchen,
living and dlnng, furnished.
Annual Income $5700.0
Large. Crmnercmi priorty -
Warehouse 2000 sq. ft.
Lot 75 x 100
1 bedroom apartment
3 bedroom house Good
Investment.


Commercial Bldg. -
Centrevie. Sound Investment.
Ha yar ise. Annual
PIIMLAND l
3 bedroom 2 = 1h livigopm,
dining room, Mtrcondllqned.
furnised. Wat to wall carpet.
patio with BBQ Pit.

3 BEDROOM, 2 bat,, Myng
rom, dent family .om,
kitchen, -dining room, office,
laundry, double carport, wall
to wall carpet, aironditl6ned.
Vard nicely landscaped. See by
appointment only. BlaIr
Esteee.e
*e....
- nROOM r BI. living
dft o. nid 'lto k Mf rms,
Ikecfl den, Well -to wall
I uf fr. -ak onditioned
OWef8lh e -Ro.



7-7


S. -.*** -
8 ItgROOM, 1 bath, Iivin


4 UNIT NTS

A ll j Man,


C9965
350 ft. WATERFRONT, two
houses, swimming pool, boat
house anC ramp. Fully
Furnished, and equipped.
Green Turtle Cay. Telephone
52168.
C9976
HARMONY HILL
Owner leaving wish to sell 4
bedroom 3 bathroom house
including 4 one and 2 bedroom
,apartments. All completely
furnished, 3 patios, spacious
grounds. Present monthly
income $1,550. For further
details call 31328.
C9969
APPROXIMATELY 31,000 sq.
ft. of HILLTOP adjoining
WESTERN SHORES. Only
$25,000.00. High and dry -
gorgeous views high
elevation. Ideal for high class
house. DIAL NICK
DAMIANOS, 22033, 22305,
22307. Nite 41197.


C9967
SEARS ROAD 3 bedroom
house, tastefully furnished -
City Limits. Only $30,000.00.
Come see we're sure you
would like it.


NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms
2 baths. Furnished only
$35,000.00.
HAWKINS HILL -- 2-storey
house, basic furniture only
$25,000.00. See anytime.
"-'OSELEYS LANE -
semi-hilltop, some views of Sea
high and dry. Grounds 108
by 134. House, land and
contents. Good old-fashioned
Bahamian House only
$35,000.00. Near shopping and
Montagu Beach.
DIAL DAMIANOS ACTION
REALTOR, 22033, 22305,
22307, 41197 evenings.

C9970
HIGHLAND PARK have
houses with three and four
bedrooms -- reasonably priced.
WESTWARD VILLAS -- with
beach rights, have houses, 3
bedrooms and four bedrooms,
in medium price range.
GROVE Out 'Vest have
houses from $4b,000.00 and
up.
LOT 130 by 95 depth
GROVE one block from
rights to beach. Only
$9000.00.
2-STOREY Old Bahamian
House -- on water, OUT
WEST, high and dry on a cliff.
Plus acreage across street.
Waterfrontage needs some
repairs. Was $200,000.00
owner left Island, would sell
for $110,000.00. Lock, stock
and barrel. As is Where is, Most
surprising price -
unbelievably.
DAMIANOS Dial 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.
C9968
2-STOREY contains 3 units.
TSpacious grounds-ideal for
expansion Adjoining Racquet
Clb0. Income established.
.AkJng $27,500.00
TUCKAWAY 4 one
bedroom units. 100 per cent
occupancy. good Income. Only
$35,000.00.
TUCKAWAY 2 bedrooms, 2
baths Plus 2 one bedroom
units. Rental established. $500.
per month. Asking $50,000.00.
12-ONE BEDROOM 1 bath
units. Spacious apartments,
well furnished, fully occupied
- has pool, patio, laundry.
Loads of parking. Substantially
built. Newly built in good
condition. Asking
$250,000.00.
11 uNITS Semi-Hilltop
Centreville. Good income -
low price. See anytime,
2-storey motel with 12 double
bedrooms, pool, patio. Plus 2
storey Manager's residence,
plus coffee shop. Income
approx. $50,000.00. Can
finance, at low interest rates.
I al tourist resort. Near
bidge.
HOUSE opposite Marina -
wIth 3 bedrooms, high and dry
off grounds. With an Office,
'ats. Lots of room for
epanMsion. Views of the sea -
walkIng distance to beach,
marina and Casino.
Expensively furnished in good
taste. Come see anytime.
8 ACRES OF grounds opposite
".1li0g C1lub. Ripe for
ItImlopment. Price upon
inquiry.
GET THE REST- -i. ..Lf


ww-I m- O-' I l ae With
A ANOSI Dial 22033.
a2*. 22307. Nite 41197.


with right of
I Abaco. Interested
s 1W : P. 0. Box


O lend for sale, water
i"Ukt .of Title 120 acres.
.IN .h.. C *h.Call 23133


C9912
HARBOUR MEWS CLUL B:
Rent or sale Cable Beach. 4
bedroom 3/2 baths. Ca11774-70
or 77466

FO RENT i
C9624
FULLY AIRCONDITIONEE 2
bedroom apartment Centrer- ille
near Z.N.S. Ring 5-8679 ask
for Mr. Pritchard.
C9910
3 BEDROOM 2 bI.ath
completely furnished horane,
Nassau East, near school.
Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.

C9959
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bathroom apartment, fully
furnished and equiplpwed,
airconditioning, large balcoe nny,
swimming pool, short or long
term. $435 per morath.
Children welcome. Cont act
2-1841 (days) 2.8248
eveningss).


C9921
ATTRACTIVELY


furnished 2 bedroom house,
private yard, South Be.ch.
$220.00 per month. water
included. Phone 34586.
C9648
IN TOWN furnished ro>rns
Efficiency Apartment, and als
town property for sale, Ph one
2-2555.
C9931
ONE BEDROOM apartment,
furnished, airconditior-ed,
telephone, parking and laurU dry
facilities, conveniently loca-ted.
Phone 2-3029 or 3-2723
C9684
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space. avllabl
Immediately. Montrajre
Avenue. To view. telephone
2-1722-3.

C96 83
2 bedroom apartment
Montrose Avenue. 1Easic
furniture. I bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view, telephone 2-1722-3.
C9638
LARGE ONE BEORC0OM
apartment,, nrcely firnlslle1.
$250 per month." Call Chester
Thompson Real Estate
2-4777-8.
C9946
STORE SPACE, East St reet
south, next door to Ilae's
Beauty Salon. Phone 3-5350.
C9640
ONE EXTRA LARGE T-WO
BEDROOMS TWO B^TH
AND ONE EXTRA LAF=IGE
ON E BEDROOM
APARTMENT. With lIarqe
Iliving and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. ante rnna,
airconditioned. Phone 54.631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C9945
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. PtIone
3-5350.

C9633
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE-
Charlotte near Bay. Imm&.edilate
occupancy, ample parSlng.
Inquire 4-2017.
C9977
1 BEDROOM APARTrAENT
IN HARMONY HILL- Call
3-1328.
C9973
HILLCREST TOWERS
spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioring, swlrrmrning
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
(days) 2-8248 (evenings).

I PETSFOR SALE
C9947
FIVE pedigreed male Red
Setters, available immedBately.
$200 each. Call 7-7737,



9771 ROBERTS reel teo reel
tape deck 650xD, Scot-t 386
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditi oned/
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.

C9639
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C9920
68 GMC V-6 % TON
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
airconditloning, 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.
C9936
ONE 7/2 TON AIRCONDI-
TIONING (split) unit. In use
only 8 months like new.
Cost over $3,000. Will sell for
cash $1,600. Suitable for
restaurant, home or office site
etc. Call 2-2738 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.

CARS FOR SALE
C9953
1970 TOYOTA 800 SPORTS
CAR excellent condition.
$1300. Owner leaving island.
Telephone 22854 (daytime)
4-3046 (evenings).


C9926
1967 V.W. CAR, excellent
condition Sunshine roof. $700
(O.N.O.) Phone 57957 after
5:30 p.m.
-9938
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 UHA-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
Auto. Blue $1b50
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 STb.-
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA -.
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC -
Autn $975

TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
C9941


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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1967 BUICK RIVERIA-
$1000.00
Also available


1967 BUICK RIVERIA -
very clean $1000
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
- good condition $2400
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
big engine $3100
1971 DODGE AVENGER-
stick shift $1150
1970 SINGER VOGUE
SEDAN- automatic $950
1970 SINGER VOGUE
S/W stick shift $1250
1967 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN- white $400
1964 UNCOLN
CONTINENTAL white$1400
1967 CADILLAC SEDAN-
good buy $350
1972 VAUXHALL FERENZA-
blue, stick shift $2250
1967 MERCURY COUGAR-
green $1000
1969 FORD GALAXIE-
reconditioned $1000
1971 DODGE AVENGER
-- bargain $1500
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.-
good buy $2350.
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
tic $2250
1963 CHEVY CAMARO-
reconditioned $1850
1969 FORD FALCON-
automatic $1200
1972 CHEVY NOVA-
2 door coupe $4400
1969 DATSUN S/W-
stick shift $800
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come In and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711


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C9960
LATE 1968 HilIman Hunter
under 25,000 miles. Good
condition. Asking $900. phone
(daytime) 2-8802 (evenings)
5-7170.


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.)

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

NNOMCEMENTS
C9980
FUNERAL SERVICES for
Mrs. Daisy Wilson of Harbour
Island were held at St. John's
Anglican Church there, 5
o'clock Thursday, May 24th
and were conducted by Rev.
Canon John Calnan. Interment
was in the Public Cemetery.
Her survivors include one
daughter Mrs. Sophia Johnson,
Augusta Street, one sister Miss
Satyra Cleare, one brother Mr.
John Higgs and family, four
grandchildren, Paul and Jack
Butler, Miss Alsaida Johnson,
Nassau and Miss Delores
Johnson-Saunders, Chicago, 38
great grand and 2 great, great
grandchildren.
Other relatives attending were
Mrs. Sybil Cleare and family,
Miss Edna Albury, Mr.
Hartman Saunders and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sawyer and
family, Miss Peggy Barry and
family, Miss Ann Sawyer, Mr
and Mrs. Erskin Sawyer all
of Nassau; Miss Irma Cleare
and Miss Yvonne Pratt of
Toronto, Canada, Mr. Percival
Higgs of Rock Sound and
many other relatives and
friends.

ICARD OF ThMmS
C9966
THE FAMILY of the late
Beatrice Hall of Fowler Street,
who was buried Saturday May
19th 1973 wish to thank the
many friends and relatives for
floral contributions and
sympathy shown them during
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to The
Immigration and Customs
Departments for their kind
services.
Mrs. Delores Hall-Wilson


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


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

NELP mUTED
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 spe.lfications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,


Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9962
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED requires
REPAIRMAN 5 years
experience necessary. Reoulre
person capable of producing
high quality work. Apply In
person to:
Mr. J. W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field,
opposite the Ice Plant


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JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F.100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C99S
ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT
required by International Firm,
applicant must have at least 3
years experience In all phases
of accounts, and also be able to
type. For Interview please
phone Mrs. Fox at 352-7219.


C9984
EXPERIENCED BAKER with
references. Only Bahamiaps
need apply to Kelly's Bakery.
Phone 23283.


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No. 12


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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.O 0. Box
63, Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
TELEPHONE: 9-2961 or
9-2934.
C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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.
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.
C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:.
High school graduate or
equivalent ,
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama'.
C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSI BILI TIES:
Control, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


The Petition of Cazna Mitchell of the Settlement
of Governor's Harbour in the Island of Eleuthera in
respect of:


FIRSTLY ALL THAT parcel or tract of land
comprising One acre situate at Balara Bay
approximately One and a quarter (1%) miles
Northwestwardly of the Settlement of
Governor's Harbour in the Island of Eleuthera
one of the Bahama Islands and bounded
Northeastwardly by the Government Main Road
and running thereon One hundred and
Ninety-eight and Sixty hundredths (198.60) feet
Southeastwardly by the parcel of land
hereinafter described and running thereon Two
hundred and Eleven and Ten hundredths
(211.10) feet more or less Southwestwardly by
the Sea at High Water Mark and running thereon
One hundred and Ninety-eight and Thirty
hundredths (198.30) feet and Northwestwardly
by land said to be the property of Richard
Oakley and running thereon Two hundred and
Twenty-nine and Seventy hundredths (229.70)
feet more or less.

SECONDLY ALL THAT parcel or tract
of land comprising One and Thirteen hundredths
(1.13) acres and 'situate as aforesaid and
bounded Northeastwardly by the Government
Main R6ad and running thereon Two hundred
(200) feet Southeastwardly by land the property
of David Stuart Mitchell and running thereon
Two -hundred and Eighty and Forty-three'
hundredths (280.43) feet more or less
Southwestwardly by the Sea at High Water Mark
and running thereon Two hundred and Thirteen
and Thirty-three hundredths (213.33) feet and
Northwestwardly by the parcel of land
immediately hereinbefore described and running
thereon Two hundred and Eleven and Ten
hundredths (211.10) feet more or less which
said Two parcels or tracts of land have such
positions boundaries shapes marks and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan
filed in this matter and are delineated on those
parts which are coloured Pink of the said
diagram or plan.


Cazna Mitchell claims to be the owner of the
unincumbered fee simple estate in possession of
the said pieces parcels or tracts of larid (subject as
regards the land firstly herein described to an
Agreement for Sale dated the Fifteenth day of
January, 1973 and made between the said Cazna
Mitchell of the first part and Robert Stephens of
the second part) and has made application to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have
her title to the said pieces parcels or tracts of land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
be granted by the Court in accordance with the
provisions of the said Act.

Copies of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places:

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square in the City of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.

(b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft &
Hughes 50 Shirley Street in the City of
Nassau, Attorneys for the Petitioner.

(c) The office of the Commissione -t Governor's
Harbour in the Island of Eleuthera.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the Twenty-second day of June, A. D. 1973 '
file in the Supreme Court and serve on the
Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of his
claim in the prescribed form, verified by an
affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such,
person to file and serve a statement of his claim on
or before the Twenty-second day of June, 1973
will operate as a bar to such claim.


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REQUIRE:
SECRETARY
Fast accurate typing and
soerthand, together with
experience in senior secretarial
position. Good salary,
provident fund and medical
scheme. Applications to
Include full details of
experience. References will be
required.
Applications in writing to:
"BAHAMAS GAS", P. 0. Box
N1558, Nassau.
C9954
S$OP 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.
09908
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
enqineerinq 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.
Ar. incentive bonus scheme
related to the profits of the
Company and the group as a
whole is in force.

Applications in writing only
together with supporting
details should be marked
"Private and Confidential" and
mailed to: The Manager,
Bahamas Industrial Gases Ltd.,
P. 0. Box N-4688, Nassau,
Bahamas.

ONLY WRITTEN applications
with full details attached will
be accepted.
C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in Inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment in a
major producing unit or
assigned area In a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C74U6
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
changes as required to correct
process and equipment
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C 411
JOB TITLE: POWER


STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Power plant experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of Electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulate continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9972
APPLICATIONS are Invited
for the post of Headteacher at
Saint John's College
Preparatory School,
.employment to commence
September 1973.
Applicants should contact the
Headmaster at Saint John's
College Senior Department, P.
0. Box N3597, Nassau or
telephone 23783.


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Brokoerle Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C9979

FORTHE BEST IN SALES
AND SERVICES
C. ll
RAYCO LTD.
Electronic and Appliance
services to all makes and
models Stereo Radio -
T.V. Washing Machines -
Refrigerators, etc.
Dowdeswell Street, Phone
59540.

C9632
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
JOHN S. GEORGE & CO.
LTD.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 2-8421.
C9635
T. V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments and
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC, Mackey Street
next to Frank's Place.
C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
OSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. O. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30

C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service
C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED.
Contact D&R FURNITURE
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE

C9363
FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance. Call G. Patton,
Budget Builders 32656.




C9682
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland park, 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, utility room
and carport. Built in range and
baker on lot 90 x 100. Nice
home In nice area. To view.
telephone 2-1722-3.


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JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burnIng
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. BowM F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C 7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
Installsp adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.



C9636


In sad and loving memory of a
dear son and brother, Hubert
B. Rolle who died May 23,
1971.
Thine forever Oh how blest
They who find In Thee their
rest
Saviour, Guardian, Heavenly
friend
O defend him to his end.
Left to mourn: his parents, Mr.
& Mrs. John Rolle, Sr., five
brothers, three sisters, nieces &
nephews, and a host of frienrk.

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C7378
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good Basic Education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
- Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7384
jO 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
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, Indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C7403
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
Required by an Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. High school
education with 3-4 years
advanced education in
accounting or college degree.
Maintains Corporate books and
records for two companies,
prepares accounting statements
and reports, forecasts profits,
analyzes profit changes,
establishes and keeps records
on various financing activities,
co-ordinates flow of funds,
administers loan agreements.
Performs cost accounting and
assists in various complex
accounting matters.
Co-ordinates supply sales and
accounting for all marketing
operations concerning marine
aAd Industrial lubes and
aviation fuels. Basic 5-6 years
experience in accounting with
emphasis on financial and cost
accounting. Petroleum
accounting experience is highly
desirable. Only Bahamlans will
be considered.
Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience
and past salary to: C. E.
Ambrlster, Personnel Officer,
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company. P. 0. Box F.2435,
Freeport,Grand Bahama.
C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operation:
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of


the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7417
REGISTERED NURSE WITH
TWO YEARS PRACTICAL
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE
OF PHARMACY OPERATION
ESSENTIAL. PLEASE REPLY
TO DR. A. A. ANTONI, THE
ANTONI CLINIC, P. 0. BOX
F-2575, FREEPORT,
TELEPHONE 373-3339.


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WANTED
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.
C7411
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Power plant experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of Electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulate continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burning
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment In a
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7406
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
changes as required to correct
process and equipment
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Control, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7416
BAHAMAS OIL REFINING
COMPANY REQUIRE
BAHAMIAN ACCOUNTANT
FOR SENIOR POSITION
Applicants should have sound
accounting background and
experience and a recognized
accounting qualification.
Reply to: C. E. Ambrister,
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. 0. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C7418
Regional Sales Manager for
International Trading
Organization required.
Experience In the design and
selling of Scandinavian
Furniture and Interior
Architecture necessary. Will be
expected to travel
approximately eight months
out of the year. Salary
commensurate with
ex perience. Written
applications to Group
Controller, Mercantile Group,
P. O. Box F-456, Freeport.

C7413
Financial Comptroller required
for Luxury Resort hotel.
Responsible for all accounting
Financial Statements
preparation and analysis. Must
plan and control all monetary
aspects of complete operation.
Front Office Personnel. Must
be willing to train and
supervise front desk staff,
knowledge of handling guests,
high school graduate or
equivalent.
Applicant Lucayan Beach
Hotel, P. 0. Box F-336,
Freeport.

C7414
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd., has the need
for the services of a fully
qualified No.5 Crossbar Central
Office technician. Minimum
qualifications will include 3
years practical experience
including formal schooling on
all phases of operation on No.5
Crossbar plus 2 years of general
telephone experience.
telephone experience.
Familiarity with Strowoer Step
by step equipment desirable.
Apply: 2C Kipling Building, P.
0. Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone: 352-9352.


'Know the difference be-
tween a good and a bad
haircut?"

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


I. Leprechaun
4. Potables
8. Weaken
11. Short for a
lace
12. Forfeit
13. Long-tailed
ape
14. Yellow bugle
15. Through street
17. Policeman's
concern
19. Type square
20. Poisonous fly
23. Art or music
26. That |irl


"About five days."


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WONOU[LmLA


28. Maidenhair
29. Emanation
31. Dotrine
33. Fictitious name
34. Thick juice
36. Buckshot
38. Final







43. ve23.rsicaiht
45. Period of4
light SOLUTION OF YESTDAYPS
46. Doubledecker 50. Bills 2. Molten rock
47. City in 51. French article 3. Defect
Oklahoma 4. Sirens
48. Some" OWN 5. Tradition
49. Cyprinod 6. Country places
fish 1. Wicked 7. Looks for
15 1617 8. Evadled
39. Constellation







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C7389
Interested in buying for cash,
Bahamian stamp Collection or
p part of. Phone Freeport
373-5452.

I ELP WANTED
C7412
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
required for the purpose of
design, operation and
continued maintenance of
control and warning devices for
pumping stations. Position
requires knowledge of pumping
stations and appurtenant
facilities and three (3) to five
(5) years experience in
electrical engineering required
with solid background in
transistor circuit design of
control devices. Minimum
educational requirements.
Degree in engineering
preferably with graduate
studies in electrical circuit
design.
Contact Princess Properties
International Limited, P. 0.
Box F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island or telephone
352-7415 for an interview

C7415
BAHAMAS OIL REFINING
COMPANY REQUIRE
MARINE ENGINEERS
Applicants should have M.O.T.
2nd Engineer's certificate or
equivalent and at least 2 years
practical seagoing or yard
experience.
Bahamians only need apply.
Reply to: C. E. Ambrister,
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. 0. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
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Monday. May 28,1973.


Following ceremonies
marking the opening of the
New Providence Softball
Association's 1973 series, the
Blazers stifled as five n sixth
inning rally forcing dbfudW
men's champions Paradise
Island to concede 9-7 in the
second game.
Also pacing Pabst offence,
short stop Evangeline Bowleg
picked up two hits during her
three times at bat and scored
two. Defensively, she had three
put outs and one assist.
Winning pitcher Mavis
Bowleg besides keeping the
Saints to five hits, herself
collected two hits during two
times at bat, scored one and
knocked in one. Mavis walked
two and struckout three during
the five inning match.
Pacing St. Bernards was
short stop Ann Johnson who
knocked two safeties, and
scored one during her three
plate appearances. She was
knocked in by Doral Bain.
Besides that rbi, Bain with
three times at bat scored one
on one hit.
Chelsea Smith who took the
loss gave up five hits.
With Evangeline leading the
way in the bottom of the first
with a single after eliminating
St. Bernards scoreless, four
errors together with Naomi's
r bi placed Pabst 2-0.
Evangeline advanced to third
on a two base throwing error.
Another throwing error sent
her home. Second baseman
Linda Ford who touched a
single to third was also safe at
second on a two base throwing
error. Reaching third on a
fumbling error that saw Pat
Saunders safe at first, Ford was
knocked in by Naomi's rbi
single for the Pearls' second
run.
COSTLY ERRORS
Three costly errors in the
top of the second saw Mavis
losing her shutout as St.
Bernards came through with
two tying runs. Catcher Cheryl
Marshall who was safe at first
when her hit went past the
second baseman and they got
home on a throwing error.
Cheryl Armbrister followed
with a single into centre.


SAN DIEGO (AP) A
group of Washington D-C
businessmen has purchased the
San Diego Padres baseball team
for a record 12 million dollars
from San Diego banker C.
Arnholt Smith. And Smith
acknowledges that. the team
will move to Washington for
the 1974 season.
Smith confirms that he sold
the franchise May 5 in San
Diego to a group headed by
Joseph Dan Zansky. A down
payment of 100-thousand
dollars reportedly has been
accepted by Smith. And
Marvin Willig. one of Dan
Zansky's partners has the
cancelled cheque in his
possession.
Smith acknowledged the
Padres' sale when asked why he
would sign the letter of intent
when four months remain in
the 1973 season and the team
must continue on a lame-duck
basis. He replied, "because the
opportunity came along,"
adding "the people in


vacancy.
Reckley, formerly
took the win yesterday
up eight hits.
"Team play rat
individual performan
trade mark of the
commented played
Dr. Norman Gay. "1
be the year we break
Playing without
Charlie Mortimer, the
picked up one run in
and one in the four
rallying in the sixth.
Centre fielder
Roberts paced the Bl
two runs on two h
three times at bat
knocked in one.
Pierce also scored t
three times at bat
collected two hits.
Softball returns
Southern Recreation
on Saturday and Sun
PABST PEARL
ab r
C. Bowleg 3 2
Ford 2 2
Saunders 3 1
N. Bowleg 3 0
arsan 2 0
MsMinns 3 0
Strachan 2 1
Johnson 2 0
M. Bowleg 2 1
ST. BERNARI
Thompson 2 1
Johnson 3 I
T. Armbrister3 0
Bain 3 1
Marshall 2 2
C. Armbrister 3 1
S. Seymour 2 0
Hepburn 1 0
Smith 1 0
T. Smith 1 0
Sa. Seymour 0 0


Washington needed
their deal together."
Padres' preside
"Buzzie" Bavasi b
National League cl
for the Padres' losing
Bavasi said "I
National League, wi
us to pay ten mill
for an expansion


a catcher,
day giving

her than
ice is the
Blazers,"
r/manager
'his could
through."
pitcher
e Islanders
the third
rth before

Anthony


GOLDEN BEAR

WINS ATLANTA,

BUT HAS TROUBLE


azers with ATLANTA (AP)- Jack Nicklaus,
its during ho had played three rounds with
tits during machine-like perfection, struggled
. Roberts and strained to a very human
Anthony one-over-par 73 Sunday but it was
wo during good enough to make the Atlanta
Golf Classic his fourth title of the
when he year.
Nicklaus, who held a six stroke
to the margin when the day's play started,
i Grounds built his advantage to nine
day.un strokes at one point, but had to
day. sweat out a scrambling back nine of
LS 38 as he held on by only two shots.
h rbi The big blond, who had only one
2 0 bogey in the first 62 holes over the
0 0 6,883-yard Atlanta Country Club
I 2 course, had one string in which he
0 0 made five "Ss" in a row as he
1 0 finished with a 272 total, 16 under
0 0 par.
1 0 Tom Weiskopf, the big,
2 1 hardhitting guy who was the only,
man in the field able to keep
1 0 Nicklaus in sight during the first
2 o three rounds, closed with a 69 and
0 0. was alone in second at 274.
1 i The victory, the 48th of
2 o Nicklaus' incredible career, war
I 0 worth $30,000 from the total purse
0 0 of $150,000, and vaulted the
0 1 Golden Bear back into his
0 O accustomed spot atop the season's
0 a money-winning list. In only 10
appearances this year he hws won
$176,064.
SAustralian Bruce Crampton, idle
this week, dropped back to second
on the money list with $167,551.
1 Al Gelberger, a skinny, former
SNational PGA champ, was third
S|1 11.with a final 72-279.
1 --m Big J.C. Snead closed with a
68-280 and was followed by Hubert
time to get Green and Doug Sanders tied at
281. Sanders had a closing 68 and
nt E.J. Green 73.
South African Gary Player,
lamed the making his first start of the season
ub owners in the United States, managed a
g season. final 70 for 286. Masters champion
blame the Tommy Aaron failed to qualify for
ame the final 36 holes here while Lee
which forced Trevino and Arnold Palmer did not
ion dollars compete.
franchise." ,


He added "we'd be in good
shape if we had paid the
American League expansion
price of around six million."
Bavasi also said "we have
shown we can break even on
attendance of 700-thousand."
The Padres had a small
profit last season but Smith
said he has been drained by
interest payments on the ten
million dollar loan he secured
to purchase the franchise. He
had expected to pay off the
loan from baseball profits. The
owner said annual interest on
the ten million dollars is
around 700-tHousand dollars.


Ramy Willias strikes oet 11


bi Schitz's9-3wioeover Reastie


Champs Pabst Pearls pip



Bernard's 76 in opener

By GLADSTONE "'ISTON
LEFT FIELDER PAT SAU .EP.S and centre fielder Naomi
Bowleg both ripped in a pair of rbi's each pacing defending ladIes
champions Pabst Pearls to a 7-6 victory over St. Be sards Af
yesterday at the Southern Recreation Grounds. -


second and later stole home.
Pabst however recovered
from the setback and ripped
out five runs in the bottom of
the second which was
complemented by Saunders'
two rbi single. Naomi and
Mavis each knocked in one run.,
Pabst fifth run came in on a
three base error which scored
Ford.
Doral Bain scored one and
knocked in one in the third
inning as St. Bernards again
threatened with four runs. A
catcher's error and Cora
Hepburn's rbi contributed the
other runs.
Although St. Bernards kept
the defending champions to
three hits and no runs for the
remainder of the game, they
were unable to come up with
the win and as for Pabst,
"We've only just begun," said
captain Pat Saunders.
Behind 6-2, short stop Louis
McQuay's rbi single in the
bottom of the sixth started the
Islanders' five runs sixth
inning. Third baseman Wardy
Ford followed with a two rbi
single.
The big question facing the
Blazers, who have settled for
second place for the past five
years, is whether star pitcher
Colin Russell will be home to
give his much needed
assistance. Russell is presently
away in College. In the
meantime, Joe Reckley and
Norman Hettle will fill the


AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L PcL
Detroit 2320 .S35
New York 22 22 .SoO
Baltimore 18 19 .486
Milwaukee 19 22 .463
Boston 18 21 .462
Cleveland 19 23 .452
West Division
Chicago 24 14 .632
California 22 18 ,550
Kansas City 2S 21 .543
Minnesota 21 19 .52S
Oakland 23 21 .523
Texas 1327 .325


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3
4
4
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Sunday's Results
Texas S. New York 2'
Kansas City 13-2, Boston 3-7
Cleveland at ('hicago, ppd., rain
Baltimore at Minnesota, ppd., rain
California at Milwaukee, ppd., rain
Oakland at Detroit, ppd. rain
Saturday's Results
Baltimore 7, Minnesota 2, 7
innings, rain
Milwaukee 9, California O
Detroit 8 Oakland S
New York 10, Texas 5
Cleveland 2, chicago 2, 16 Inninp,
suspended curfew
Boston at Kansas City, ppd, rain.
Today's Games
Baltimore (Alexander 4-0) at
Minnesota (Kast 5-2), noon.
Texas (Hudson 2-0 or Merrltt 0.0)
at New York (Peterson 3-6), 2 p.m.
Okland (Blue 3-2) at Detroll
(Coleman 8-3), 8:15 ISp.m.
Boston (l'astin 3-7) at Kansas City
()rago 4-4), 8:30 p.m.
California (S l1er 7-2) at
Milwaukee (Bell 4-. ),8:30 p.m.
Cleveland(Johnson 2-2 and Wilcox
3-0) at Chicago (Wood 11-3 and
Wood 11-3), 8 p.m. Resumption of
suspended game May 26 precedes
regular me.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W 1, Imc (p B
Chic 27 17 .614 -
New York 20 20 .500 5
Pittsburgh 17 20 .459 6Y%
Montreal 17 21 .447 7
Philadelphia 19 24 .442 7V
St. Louis 16 24 .400 9
Wsmt Division
San Iranclso 30 19 .612 -
Houston 28 19 .596 I
Los Angeles 27 19 J87 I V
Cincinnati 25 19 .68 2Yv
Atlanta 17 26 .395 10
San. 1ieoa 16 31 .340 13
Sunday's Results
Houston 6. Pittiburgh 2
st. Louis S., Atlats 4
Chicago 6, Citseaiati 0
Lot Anples 2, Now York I
1an r0nisdo 6, Montreal 3
Madel da 44, a ieeni 3.4
Sturday Results
Los Agles 9 5, New York 5
Philadelpa 4. San Dieg )o 0
t. Lee 2. Atlanta 0. 8 innings.
Mdna ut. Hu 2
4W Ffa sicoo 10 M real 3
edy' Ganime






A e54II .4) I3 p.m.
ItL R


Another throwing error on the
centre fielder pushed her to


I-?Now


SINCLAIR OUTTEN M.P., Parliamentary Secretary,
Ministry of Education and Culture, delivers the first ball of
i the New Providence Softball AsseJlation's 1973 series to
Clovis Lodewljks, the softball president of the Central
s American and Caribbean Region. This region stretches from
Veneazue In the South to as far north as the Bahamas
embracing Cuba, Colombia, Panama, Puerto Rico,
Nicaragua and seven other member countries. An invitation
was extended to Mr. Lodewijks to attend the ceremonies
while the Bahamas Men's Team was comptrnog In El
'" Salvador last November. Photo: Rickey Wells.

".1Saf


W NING PITCHER, HENRY WILLIAMS, srck out eleven
and gave no wals a SchUtz Bweer, behind the hitting of Lloyd
Bowleg and Lorenzo Lockhart, defeated Heastle Lumber 9-1 in
the only game Saturday at the Q.ES.C.
Lloyd, who scored three and was knocked in by Eneas.
runs during his four times at Heastie took a brief 3-2 lead
bat, collected one hit and in the following inning be
knocked in two. Lockhart, the Brewers in the bottom of
pinch hitting in the bottom of fhe fourth erased the
the fourth, knocked in two and Lumbermen's winning hopes
scored one facing the pitcher when Bowleg and Lockhart
twice. each ripped in two rbi's.
Moving through a scoreless Andrew Burrows, pinch hitting
two innings without even a hit, for Eneas, also picked up an
Schlitz on a throwing error and. rbi.
rbi by third baseman Godfrey Smith aad Bowleg both
Eneas moved 2-0 in the lead. A topped the sixth inning when
fielding error on Heastie's right they crossed for the eighth and
fielder put Bowleg on first. He ninth runs respectively. They
advanced on a two base error ,,rd n on .r


wa,.vu v o vrors.
SCHLITZ BEER


ab r h ril
Smith 4 2 1 0-
Bowleg 4 3 i 2
Eneas I I I 1
Burrows 2 0 0 I
Bain 4 0 1 0
Johnson 4 0 0 0
Williams 2 1 0 0
Strachan 3 0 0 0
Fountain 2 1 0 0
Fersuson 1 0 0 0
Lockhart 2 1 1 2
HEASTIE LUMBER
Levarity 3 0 0 0
Knowles 3 i 1 1 0
Misoulis 0 0 0 0
Phillips 3 1 2 0
Thompson 3 0 0 1
Ferguson 3 0 I 1
Burrows 2 1 1 0
McPhee 1 0 1 0
Carey 1 0 0 0
Minus 2 0 1 1
E. Carey 3 0 0 0
Turnquest 3 0 0 0
ENGLISH CRICKET
WORCESTER, ENGLAND
(AP)-West Indian fast bowler Van"
Holder took six wickets for 20
Saturday and shattered country
championship leaders Essex.
Playing for bottom-of-the-table
Worcestershire, Holder and wicket
keeper Rodney Cass shared the
honours as Essex were tumbled out.
in three hours for 98, their lowest
score of the season.
Five of Holder's victims were
caught by Cass and the wicket
keeper held six catches In all, a
county record.
Two other highlights of the day,
were centuries by Geoff Boycott-
and Rohan Kanhai; Boycott got his'
first century of the season for
Yorkshire against Lanclainwre and.
his return to form augured well for
England In the campaign soon
against the new Zealand tourists.


DOMINO & WHIST
THE COMMUNITY Adventurers
of Holy Cross Parish stage a domino
and whist tournament tomorrow
and Thursday night 8 o'clock at the
Holy Cross Church Hall.


No. 18
1972


HARD HITTING CENTRE FIELDER Naomi Bowleg
(right) smiles happily as she receives the most valuable
player award Saturday during the Bahamas Softball
Association's annual presentation of awards. A member of
ladles champions Pabst Pearls, Bowleg also won the batting
award. At left, Evangeline Bowleg and Marge Thompson
hold the Arawak League championship and captain Pat
Saunders receives the ladies championship trophy. Making
the presentation Is N.S.B.A.'s president Michael Moss.
PUHvrn. hicm., m5n.


MORE TENNIS SHOCKS
PARIS (AP) Stan Smith and
Chris Evert ejich moved a step
forward in the French Open. tennis
championships Saturday, but once
again 16-year-old Bjorn Borg of
Sweden stole the glory.
The long red Swedih boy did
another giant-killing act on the
centre court of the Roland Garros
Stadium. This time he came from
behind to beat the experienced
Frenchman Pierr Barthes 3-6, 6-1,
8-6
The new upset came 24-hoturs
after Borg's conquest of Cliff
Richey. Again the volatile Parisian
crowd flocked to see the boy
wonder and cheered him off the
court even though his victim was
a Frenchman.
Smith, the Davis Cup star from
the U.S. who is favourite for the
title, pulled his game together after
a slow start to beat Jim McMamus
of the U.S.. 7-S, 7-5.
Chris Evert strolled into the third
round of the women's singles with a
6-0, 6-1 triumph over Ideko Goto
of Japan.
The 135,000 dollars tournament
has been one long series of shocks
thus far. Two more seeded
players-Manuel Orantea of Spain
and Mark Cox of Britain--were
eliminated.
After two rounds, only eight of
the original 16 seeds were left In
contention.
KIWI NEARLY THERE
LEICESTER, ENGLAND (AP)
-Captain Bev Congdon scored a
century Saturday and became the
second New Zealand player to pass
S00 runs on the tour.
Congdon's t34 not out proved
the foundation for New Zealand's
283 for three declared against
Leicestershire.
Meanwhile. New Zealand's lon


AARON CHASING RUTH AND MUSICAL'S RECORDS


NEW YORK. May 28 (AP)-
Hank Aaron has been chasing
Babe Ruth so long. some
people forget that he's .lso
chasing Stan.Musial.
While Ruth's home run mark
of 714 is prominent in most
people's minds. Aaron is also
.eroing in on Stan the Man's.
record of 1.377 extra-base hits.
The Atlan dusluger gained
ground on both with a home
run Sunday in the Braves' 5-4
loas to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Tfe blast gave him 666 career
homers and 1356 extra base
hits. incidentally tying him
with Ruth for second place.
Lee May backed the five-hit
pitching of Devs Roberts with
a home run, double, single and
three rbi. leading Houston over


Pittsburgh.
Ferguson Jenkins pitched a
three-hitter and Don Kessinger
knocked in three runs, leading
Chicago over Cincinnati, Ron
Bryant scattered eight hits and
drove in the first two runs with
a single, packing San Francisco
over Montreal. Joe Perguson
hit his Ilth home run and
second in as many day-,
leadin Los Angaeles over New
York. Del Unser's bases-empty
homer in the fifth naning was
the eventual winning run for
the Ph tes in the first pme; in
the second, Unser drove in four
Bil Gogolewski pitched
2-1/3 innngs of one-hit relief
and preservd onay Diebert's
victory over the New York
Yankees


TOP LADIES TENNIS PLAYER VICKEY KNOWLES is pictured with
Bill Stowell (left), agneral manager of the-Hvatt Emerald Beach HOtel and
Bill Nihet, Mnaging director of Inter-Island Sides Limited shortly after
ompletllng fInal plans for the First Annual BRUT Open Tennis
Chsmpionshipe to be hMld at the Hyatt Emerald Bech tennis courts on
Friday June S through Sunlday June 24. The tournament lis being
sponsored by Faberge' htoorporated manufacturers of BRUT men's
tolletries. This event will be a breakthrough for tennis in the Bahamas as It
will be the "t tournament to be organized along the same lines as the
World Championship Tournament (Wv.C.T.). Every tennis player will have
the opportunity to compete against players of his own standard, with the
finalists of the preliminary rounds meeting the seeded players at the
quarter or semi-final stage. There will be prizes for the best performances
by the qualifyers In each event, and cash pries for the final winners. The
ewnts will Include Men's angles, Ladles' Singles, Men's Doubles. AH
interested cmpetItos should contact Vicky Knowles at the Hyatt
Emerld Beach tennis court.


scorer, Glenn Turner, chipped
another 30 runs off his 1,000 in
May target.
He now needs 103 run to
emulate such cricketing giants a
W.G. Grace and Sir Donald
Bradman who ore listed among the
only six players who have made the
magic mark..
Turnemor's effort Saturday -- his
26th birthday -- was a laboured
affair. He spent one hour and 50
minutes at the crease before being
caught off a nervous sweep.
The New Zealand opener is left
with a maxlum of three Innings to
complete the tally. -

IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE BAHAMAS
Equity side


NOTICE
The Petition of Elizabeth Brown of the Forest
Exuma Bahamas in respect of:-
ALL that piece parcel or tract of land Situate
Westward of the Settlement of George Town in
the Island of Exuma, containing 158 Acres
bounded on the North by a Public Road on the
East by land originally granted to one Nathaniel
Hall on the South by the Sea and on the West by
land originally granted to Mary Robinson which
said piece parcel or tract of land is coloured Pink
on a plan thereof tiled in this matter in the
Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence.
ELIZABETH BROWN the Petitioner in this matter
claims to be the owner of the unincumbered fee
simple estate in possession of the said parcel of
land and has made application to the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands Under Section 3 of
the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have her Title to
the said piece parcel or tract of land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
The Court in accordance with the provisions of the
said Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places

(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court in the
City of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence.

(b) The Commissioner's Office George Town
Exuma.

(c) The Notice Board of the Justice of the Peace
Situate Moss Town Exuma.

(d) The Chambers of David Bethell, The Bernard
Sunley Building, in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or any adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on'or
before the 3rd day of July A.D. 1973 fil' in the
Supreme Court in The City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner a Statement of his claim in
the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be
filed therewith
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his Claim on or before the 3rd day of
July A.D. 1973 Will operate as a Bar to such Claim

DAVID C. BETHELL
Attorney for the Petitioner
Bernard Sunley Building


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