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VOL. LXX, No. 11 Saturday, June 2, 1973. Price: 20 Cents

MASSIVE LABOUR DAY PARADE PLEDGES

SOLIDARITY AND SPURNS GOVERNMENT -


"Unions catching more hell





under a black govt. than


BASWELL
DONALDSON


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REV. ENOCH
BACKFORD


Milo Butler Sr. is knighted


under UBPsays union bossPECIAL ISSUE
OSSF STAMPS FOR
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THE SIMMERING UNREST AMONG BAHAMIAN WORKERS bubbled over yesterday in a mass Labour
demonstration that called for the unity of all unions in the face of unsympathetic government response to their


needs.
"Today is one helluva day
because labour has at last taken
a completely independent
stand and for the first time not
invited even one representative
of a political group to mount
this platform on Labour Day,
the president of the Airport
and Airline Workers Union,
Reggie Grant told some ten
thousand cheering marchers at
Windsor Park.
"The unions are catching
more hell now that a black
government is in pc ves,'i-
when the UBP was in power,"
slammed Dudley Williams,
president of the Engineering
General Union.
The rally, climax of a
mammoth mid-day parade, saw
the largest turnout of workers
in the past three years.


Fourteen of the Bahamas's 15
trade unions were represented.
The only organization missing
was the Taxi-cab union of
which Minister of Labou-
Clifford Darling was once a
member.
Mr. Darling was not invited
to participate in the parade and
rally.
The only politicians to turn
up at the park were Governor
General designate Milo Butler
Sr. and the PLP's Coconut
o-" oresentative Edmund
Moxey.
IGNORED
Both were completely
ignored until one of the
speakers finally acknowledged
Mr. Butler's presence as the
Governor-General designate.
Hitting out at the grievance

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procedure in the Labour
Relations Act, Mr. Grant
declared that the unions were
forced to wild-cat strikes
because they couldn't strike
legally.
"I am not talking anti-this or
anti-that. What I am talking
today is Labour. I have yet to
see one politician get to the
floor of the House of Assembly
and say something in favour of
labour," he told the assembly.
Mr. Grant's comments and
that of the other speakers were
endorsed repeatedly in
enthusiastic bursts of cheering.
Making the hardest-hitting
address of the day, Mr.
Williams said that last year
Labour Minister Darling had
announced that all who wanted
work could find it.


A CROWD ESTIMATED AT SOME 10,000 WORKERS jammed Wulff Road Friday
during the giant Labour Day parade. The march ended at Windsor Park where union
leaders called for unity to make themselves felt by both government and management.
Photo: Rickey Wells



FNM leader charges $26.6m. loans



the result of shortfalls in revenue
By MIKE LOTHIAN
GOVERNMENT'S NEED FOR RE-FINANCING of $26.6 million worth of short-term loans is
the result of shortfalls in revenue in 1971 and 1972, Opposition Leader Kendal lmacs charged in
the House Wednesday.


He was speaking on Finance
and Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur D. Hanna's move for
House approval of a resolution
authorising him to raise $30
million in loans for the
re-financing of short term loans
and the financing of capital
works during 1973.
The $30 million is to cover
the Development Loan 1969
_($8 million), the Out Island
Development Loan 1970 ($5
Millionn, the Bahamas
Monetary Authority ($8
million) other short term loans
maturing during 1973 ($5.6
million) and the cost of works
included in the Capital
Development Estimates 1973
$3.4 million).
"Although we feel our
public debt is modest," Mr.
Hanna told the House,
"servicing the debt every year
has put undue financial burden
on the budget."
He said the re-financing is
to consolidate the short term
loans for re-payment over
longer periods of time."
Mr. Isaacs told the House:


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"What I criticise is the
reason the short term loans
were made. In 1969 and 1970
when they were made,
Government must have felt
they would be in a position to
repay them today. What is of
significance is that, having
negotiated the loans they find
in 1973 they aren't in a
position to pay.
"1 say it is the result of
revenue shortfalls in 1971 and
1972."
The Opposition Leader
wanted to know for how long a
term the new loans would be
and at what interest rate.
Mr. Hanna in reply said "it
isn't that we cannot pay, but
that payment would put an
undue burden on the country's
budget. This is to ease the
pressure on the general
revenue.
He went on to say that the
loans are being negotiated,
"but it is difficult to say at this
time how long the loans will be
for or at what interest.
"But there is no reason to
believe that the negotiations
will not be successful, at the
best terms available to
Government."
Errington Watkins
(FNM-Marsh Harbour) opposed
the resolution.
"Every time we come to this
House Government brings a
resolution or a bill to take
more money from the people.
When they aren't taxing the


people directly they're trying
to get more loans," he said.
He referred to the numerous
tax increases introduced since
the beginning of the year.
"We have a Government
which is living from hand to
mouth," Mr. Watkins
concluded, "and the poor grass
roots Bahamians will have to
bear the burden and we will
have taxation. I don't
know if there's anything left to
tax "he added.
He' said the resolution was
"an imposition and it shows
that the Government is
incapable of managing the
affairs of this country
properly."
Franklyn Wilson
(PLP-Grants Town) told the
House "you can only excuse
ignorance for so long. The
member for Marsh Harbour has
just talked so much foolishness
it's amazing that we have the
patience to sit here and listen
to him."
The Finance Minister
yesterday did not specify the
capital works to which the
$3.4 million to be borrowed
would be applied.
In the 1973 budget capital
works costing a total of $13.5
million were outlined.
Financial resources for
the work were also given: a
$4.5 million loan under the
School Building Programme
Loan Act and a $9.738 million
surplus of revenue over
expenditure during the year.


"Now he has said that if
there are any more wildcat
strikes he will lock them up. I
have news for him," Mr.
Williams cried. "Any time the
workers wish to strike they will
strike and they won't take any
strike vote either.
"We are free men. If we
have a grievance we will strike
now. Every time the workers
have a grievance government
says 'wait, wait.' But we are
free men and this is a free
country not a dictatorship."
STOP NOW
And pushing his point home,
the labour leader asserted that
it was time the unions stopped
"pussyfooting."
"We need to run our own
people for the House", he
challenged amind a roar of
approval from the crowd.
"When last has anyone talked
about the high cost of living
and rents?" he asked.
"All everyone is talking
about is flags and
indepgpdence," he declared.
'Government Ministers are
not doing anything but
collecting high salaries while
the workers are fighting for
seven cents raise.
"The black man was in
power in this country since
1967 but we haven't seen the
fruits of power in this country
yet. A white man with a
million dollars can get further
ahead than you who are a
Bahamian."
The need for the various


unions to unite for their
mutual benefit was
underscored by nearly all the
speakers.
JOIN HANDS
Sammy Thurston, first vice
president of the Public Service
Union urged workers to join
together and spoke of seeing a
Congress formed that would
embrace all the unions in the
Bahamas.
"This is the only way the
union will be able to fight and
conquer their adversaries .
by joining forces," he stressed.
Mr. Thurston said he wanted
to make it abundantly clear
that his union was "100 per
cent" behind BaTelCo in its
current dispute with
management.
Hitting out at the
non-participants, Teachers
Union president Leonard
Archer said he had noticed
thousands standing watching
the marchers. "The one thing
wrong with this country is that
there are too many people
standing on the side," he cried.
"The only way we can get
anything is to join forces. Too
many people want the benefit
from the union without joining
up.
"Discipline and organization
are needed. With these we can
combat anything. Every union
needs to get organized. That
way the will get cooperation
from management and their
company."
Hotel union president David
Knowles emphasized that the
union was interested in the
workers "every single solitary
day" and not only at election
time.
"In order for you to play a
part in the union you must
recognize that the union comes
first and politics after it," he
declared..
George Moxey of the
Musician's union. emphasized
the interdependence of all
workers. The BaTelC3 dispute,
he said, was not confined to
any one body. "This is going to
be the first demonstration
where workers will see the
outcome of unified
participation. I hope it will be
carried out in the dignity the
union boasts", he said.


ImUmrhLULtRL
THE POSTMASTER has
announced the issue of three
commemorative postage
stamps on July 10 to
commemorate Bahamas
Independence Day.
The stamps, 3 cents, 11
cents and 15 cents value will
depict the late Hon. Clarence
A. Bain, Bahamas Coat of
Arms and the Bahamas Flag.
First Day Covers priced at
15 cents each will be on sale
prior to the issue of the
stamps.
Orders for this issue should
reach the Postmaster not later
than July 4 accompanied by a
remittance to cover the cost of
the order. The remittance
should be made by money
order, postal order, bank draft
or certified cheque.
On August 1 to
commemorate the
appointment of the first
Bahamian Governor General, a
stamp priced at $1 will be
issued bearing the portrait of
the Hon. Milo B. Butler. On
the same day, a souvenir sheet
,eentaining all four stamps, 3
cents, 11 cents, 15 cents and
$1 will be put on sale for
$1.29. An additional First Day
Cover priced at 15 cents will be
on sale at the Nassau and
Freeport Post Offices late July.
Orders for these First Day
Covers should reach the
Postmaster not later than July
26 for issue on August 1.
(* See Special Coins for
Independence page 8)


HHLIUP STILL

IN KE EC

WiK CONTRACT
THE UNION is ready to sign
a new work contract, but the
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation management is
holding out for the inclusion of
two provisions the workers
have no intention of agreeing
to.
Mr. Dudley Williams,
president of the Bahamas
Engineering, Fuel, Service and
Allied Workers' Union,
confirmed that management
and the union have been
meeting with Chief Industrial
Officer Lambert Parker at the
Labour Ministry every morning
this week, except Friday,
Labour Day.
"We have agreed on
everything we are going to
agree on, as far as we are
concerned," Mr. Williams said.
"We are ready to sign the
contract."
But management is still
trying to have included in the
new contract a provision that
shop stewards cannot leave
their posts on union business
without prior consent from
their supervisors, and another
clause authorising management


THE HON. MILO BUTLER SR., designated to become the Bahamas's first Bahamian Governor
General, has been knighted by the Queen in the Birthday Honours.
Ten other Bahamian Rosella Harvey, teacher at St.
residents were also honoured Benedict's Catholic School, AMING0
by the Queen. Bimini; Mrs. Eliza Jane Sands, L I N
Mr. Baswell Donaldson midwife, Palmetto Point,
chairman of the Bahamas Eleuthera; Mr. Herbert King T
Monetary Authority and J.P., Cat Island; The Rev.
soon-to-be .Governor of the Theodore Silvanus Wilson.
Central Bank, was made a Ebenezer Bapitst Church,
Commander of The Most Ragged Island and Mr. Joseph
Excellent Order of the British Henry Sturrup, head Butler, FLYING
Empire (C.B.E. Civil Division). Government House.
The Rev. Canon Edward A veteran of some 35 years
Wilmot Gorham Holmes, in the House, Sir Milo, 66,
Honorary Canon of Christ resigned his seat last J NE 1
Church Cathedral and the Rev. Wednesday preparatory to
Enoch Backford, taking over his new duties. FLAMINGO AmReS
Superintendent of the Bahamas Mr. Donaldson, 39, was which is to be merged with Ou
Baptist Union, were made educated at Fisk University, Island Airways Into
Members of the Order (M.B.E. the University of Minnesota BAHAMASAIR, has ve
Civil Division). and Columbia University. He notice on its staff that their
The British Empire Medal held a number of teaching employment will be termnauth
(Civil Division) went to Mrs. appointments including that of from June 17.
Ruth Symonette of St. Francis headmaster of Prince Williams The announcement wa
Xavier Cathedral Women's High School before joining the made in a memorandum
Guild and Mr. Ulric Derrington Ministry of Finance as an circulated to employees b
Gibson, principal keeper, assistant secretary. Flamingo treasurer Leroy R. I
Imperial Lighthouse service. From that post he moved to Hanna. It said that "as of Jun
The Queen's Certificate and Controller of Exchange before 18, 1973 all domestic routi
Badge of Honour has been being named chairman of the now being served in th
awarded to Sister Delancey Monetary Authority. Bahamas by Flamingo Airlin


Police appeal for


help over Diane


Ashton's murder

POLICE ARE ANXIOUS TO TALK with anyone who might
have been near Westward Villas on Tuesday, the night of Mrs.
Diane Ashton's murder, and who might have seen any suspicious
person in the area.


It is known that residents of
the area frequently walk their
dogs in the evening and there is
a chance that someone might
have been out for his evening
stroll on the murder night.
If anyone has any
information no matter how
unimportant it might seem to
him that might amsist the
police in their enquiries, he is
asked to telephone 22561 or
22562.
Mrs. Ashton, 36, of New
York, was stabbed to death as
her three young children slept
in nearby bedrooms on
Tuesday. Because of the noise
of the airconditioning the
children heard nothing of the
fight that was going on in their
mother's bedroom, located at
the back of the house. Her
eldest child, seven-year-old
Cathy, found her body lying
face down in a pool of blood
on her bedroom floor around 8
a.m. the next morning. A
pillow was on top of it.
The child pushed a chair up
to a door to reach the lock and
ran to a neighbour's home for
help. The police found all the
doors of the house securely
locked from the inside.
However they suspect that her
assailant made his entry
through a sliding glass door.
The last any member of her
family heard from her was at
9:30 p.m. Tuesday when she
telephoned her mother in New
York. Mrs. Catherine Ruben


to lay onff staff it they become CHARLES TO OFFICIATE
redundant.
"We dropped several AT RESTORATION CEREMONY
proposals we had made," Mr. 3BASSETERR ST. KITTS, May
31 (AP)- HMS Minerva arrived
Williams said, "like a five here today bringing the Prince of
percent reduction on wales and heir to the British
employees' electricity bills, throne.
"I don't know how long Prince Charles, who is a serving
Parker is going to let them as sublieutenant on the Mieiva s
Parker IS going to let them here to officiate at ceremonials on
stall," he added. Brimstone Hill in connection with
The union and management restoration work done to the
have been negotiating for "prince of Wales Bastion" of the
almost six months for a work old fortrep, under commander
contract to replace one which John Gamier, with a complement
expired in December. The of 250 offlciers and men, is here for
largest block to agreement, a one week visit. The ship will be in
waesS was settled a w k a t. Kitts until Monday and remain
wages, was settled a week ago. in Nevis until Wednesday.
Arrangements are complete for
ACCUSED MURDERERS the official opening on Friday by
GRANTED 'CONJUGAL RIGHTS' ac BChatfon" at inrtne Hf
CHRISTIANSTED, Sf. C RUIX This important section of the
(AP)- District court judge Warren ancient fortress was recently
Young, presiding in the trial of five restored to Its former beauty by the
men accused of the Fountain local Society for the Restoration of
Valley murders last September, has Brimstone Hil under the direction
granted the five Imprisoned of the society's president, Donald
defendants "conjugal rights." Lloyd Matheson.


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reported that her daughter was
in the best of spirits and talked
about the holiday that she, her
English husband and their
children planned to take in
New York next month.
HUSBAND AWAY
Mr. Roy Ashton, an
investment banker, left Nassau
on one of his many business
trips the evening of his wife's
murder. She and the children
drove him to the airport, and
then returned home. Mrs.
Ashton prepared the children
for bed and at 9:30 p.m.
telephoned her mother.
Sometime after speaking
with her mother someone
entered her home and stabbed
her three times. From the
scene in the bedroom -
over-turned bookcase,
cosmetics and bedside lamps
on the floor Mrs. Ashton put
up a "terrific fight" for her
life, a police spokesman said.
She had not been raped
although rape might have been
the intention of the intruder
when he broke into her
bedroom.
The murder weapon has not
been found. However an
autopsy report reveals that
from her wounds it had to be a
long, slender, very sharp
instrument. Police are
speculating that a switch-blade
knife could have been used.
Mrs. Ashton, a very slim,
athletic woman, who weighed
no more than 120 Ibs., was
stabbed in the lower abdomen,
the cut penetrating through to
the back under the lower left
rib; in the centre of the
diaphragm and again on the
right side of her body. This last
wound damaged her liver.
Her body was flown to New
York at 3:40 p.m. yesterday
aboard a Delta aircraft. It was
accompanied by her husband,
mother and brother, Mr.
Robert J. Ruben, a prominent
New York attorney. Mr.
Ashton is expected to return to
Nassau Wednesday.
The Ashtons have been
Nassau residents for over 10
years. They were both keen at
sports. Mrs. Ashton had a
tennis appointment with a
girl-friend on Wednesday
morning. Her friend realized
that something had happened
when she did not keep that
appointment.


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BAHAMASAIR.
"As a result," the memo
continued, "substantial staff
education is in order and it.j
therefore with mich brgrt
that we hereby serve you
notice of termination effective
June 17, 1973."
The memo suggested that
Flamingo employees register
with the office of
BAHAMASAIR for
employment by the national
flag carrier.
The formation of
BAHAMASAIR was
announced in the House on
May 16 by Tourism and
Aviation Minister Clement
Maynard. He said at the time
that negotiations to phase out
Out Island Airways had been
concluded but that
negotiations with Flamingo
were still continuing.
Flamingo came into being
following the collapse of
Bahamas Airways in October
1970. Originally a subsidiary of
Bahamas World Airlines, the
airline was split off in July
1972 when it was taken over
by BWA vice-president Cadwell
Armbrister.
Mr. Armbrister assumed
ownership of Flamingo with
the assistance of a $I1.2 million
loan from Nassau Bank and
Trust. The bank purchased 25
per cent of the equity for
$400,693.
Nassau Bank's equity in
Flamingo and the loan for Mr.
Armbrister's purchase of 75
per cent equity were acquired
in exchange for the shares held
by the bank in Bahamas World
Airways.
A pending charge against
Flamingo of breaching the Air
Transport Regulations was
withdrawn by the Attorney
General Thursday after Senior
Crown Counsel Neville Smith
told Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay that the matter had
been amiably resolved.
Three of the company's
directors, including president
Cadwell Armbrister, had been
charged with operating a
charter service to Abaco
without a licen"'


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NO TRIBUNE MONDAY
THE TRIBUNE will not be
published on Monday, a public
holiday. This is the Queen's
official birthday.

TO THE POINT
ON TUESDAY
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column "To the Point" willhbe
published on Tueaday.


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HIJACKERS STILL IN COMMAND OF PLANE
" "' LIMA, PERU (AP)- A Colombian airliner hijacked Wednesday has left
Lima, Peru, for an uncertain destination, although It may be headed for
Buenos Aires. The sky pirates are still in control, and the crew and eleven
passengers remain aboard; but eleven other passengers were freed In Lima.
,4 A radio network in Colombia said it had learned from a telephone call to
Lima the plane was headed for Buenos Aires. Other sources at Lima airport
said the plane would stop to refuel at Santiago, Chile, and Mendoza,
Argentina The hijackea originally announced their destination was Cuba.
They have collteod a ransom of SO-thousand dollars on the promise of
l reles of all the passengerseThere has been no direct word from hijackers
where they are headed.
SKYLAB ASTRONAUTS MAY TAKE SPACE WALK
HOUSTON SPACE CENTRE (AP)- A Space Agency official says the
Skylab astronauts may be taking a space walk as soon as next Tuesday for
a try at freeing the vehicle's jammed solar power paneL If the astronauts
should succeed in releasing the panel, It would nearly double the electrical
power available for Skylab.
Deputy Skylab programme manager John Disher says test are underway
to determine if a spacewalk would offer a reasonable chance of unjamming
the panel If results are positive, he says the walk might come as early as
Tuesday. For today, the astronauts are taking advantage of the first free
day ever offered astronauts in space, and another first would be showers
for the specemenn after a week of labour in the warm space laboratory.

HELD THREE CHILDREN HOSTAGE THEN RELEASED TWO
PORTLAND, OREGON A man who had held three chadren hostage
at gunpoint overnight, Identified as 32-year-old Larro Keno, has left the
house in Portland, Oregon with a friend and one of the children and driven
to a mental hospitaL But officials in Portland, say the episode Is not yet
--, over although the two other children have been released unharmed.
Police have received a telephone cal from the institution, Dammuch
State Hospital, reporting Keno and the friend, Charles Gordon, were on the
grounds. There was no word of the child, Keno's five-year-old daughter,
and the hospital reported the situation was not under control.
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE STABLE IN MAY
WASHINGTON The government says the nation's unemployment rate
remained at five per cent of the work force in May. That brought a highly
critical reaction from AFL-CIO President George Meany. But the chairman
of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, Perbert Stein, suggested
the economy is strong enough to generate more jobs in the months ahead
than it did in May or April.
Stein conceded the evidence Indicates the pace of economic expansion
has at least temporarily subsided, but he called the rate of previous months
highly inflationary.
-&. Meany declared while unemployment has remained at five per cent,
inflation continued at a rapid rate, and he says profits skyrocketed, interest
rates climbed sharply, and speculation was unchecked. He called it a dismal
record.
The Labour Department says the economy is in the midst of one of Its
most vigorous expansions in history, even though unemployment has not
declined.
IT WAS EHRUCHMAN WHO ASKED CIA AID.
WASHINGTON (AP)- General Robert E. Cushman Jr., former deputy
director of the Central Intelligence Agency, said Thursday CIA records
show it was John D. Ehrfichman who asked the Agency to provide
assistance to E. Howard Hunt Jr., convicted Watergate conspirator.
Ehrlichman said Wednesday he did not recall making the request. The
CIA briefly provided assistance to Hunt In 1971.
Cushman, now U.S. Marine Corps Commandant, told a news conference
that late last December or early January, Ehrilchman asked him to delete
-> his name from a memorandum concerning the assistance to Hunt.
The General, by then head of the Marine Corps, said CIA officials had
asked for the memorandum as a result of a request for background on
Hunt from the office of Watergate prosecutor Earl J. Silbert.
Cushman said he was told to send his memorandum to Ehrilchman.
S Later, he said, he got a phone call from Ehrichman, who said "you're
mentioning me by name. I have no record of it. In fact, I think I was out of
town."
"So, I rewrote it," Cushman said.
He said he left Ehrlichman's name out of the second memorandum
because his own memory was not clear. Subsequently he said a check of
CIA records revealed that on July 8, 1971, he had refereed to the phone
call, received the day before, at a CIA staff meeting and had mentioned
that It was Ehrlichman who called.
COX DENIES THREATENING COURT ACTION
o WASHINGTON The counsel for the Senate Waterpte investigation
committee, Samuel Dash, says he has held what he called an exploratory
S dcuusaon with special prosecutor Archibald Cox, but, he did not confirm
Sor deny Cox had made any demands.
Dash says Cox plans to meet later with committee chairman Sam Ervin.
Senate sources have told the Associated Press the subject of postponing the
committee hearings came up as one of many subjects discussed with Cox at
a session Wednesday. Cox said tody he discussed with members of the
committee staff the risk the committee hearing pose to future trials. He
denied threatening court action to have them stopped.


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POMPIDOU COLD TO NIXON'S SUGGESTIONS
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND President Nixon and French President
Pompidou headed home today after their two-day meeting in Iceland. In it,
they mapped out the route of U.S.-European summit conference aimed at
revamonin the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But that was the only
detectable accord they reached, although they had discussed political,
economic and strategic Issues. Nixon had been pressing for a meeting of
the heads of allied governments., lixon'a special advise Henry Kissinger,
had said earlier the U.S. wants to produce a new Atlantic Charter.
Informants in Europe aid the plan left Pompldou and other leaden cold.
Pompidou was described as not liking the idea of a big time summit,
especially one planned In a hurry. Informants said Pompidou had come to
Iceland to slow down such plane.
WATERGATE DID NOT AFFECT TALKS'
WASHINGTON (AP)- The Washington scandal had no effect on the
discussion between President Nixon and French President Georges
Pompldou in Iceland, says Secretary of tate Willam Rogara.
"Not in the slightest, it was never mentioned," Ropes said when asked
whether the Watergate controversy had iaspaked the summit talks.
Roprs' comment came during a diasuloa with newsmen aboard air
force one on the return flight from Iceland.
PRINCESS ANNE ON VISIT TO STUTTGART
STUTTGART, GERMANY (AP)- ineess Anne arrived in Stuttgart
Friday only three days after announcing her engagement to a dashing
British cavalry officer stationed In West Germany.
The Princess arrived on a regularly scheduled BEA airliner at 1706 gmt
and was met by her cousin Prince Von. Hohenlohe-Lanpnburg, the
Prince's wife reported from the family castle near Crllsheim.
. 'My husband was driving hher e in our Meredes. We're about an hour
by road from Stuttgart,' she said.

I I H il I I I II H J I I I


TO IRON OUT PROBLEMS


Special Watergate


prosecutor denies


published reports

By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP)- The heads of two major intestitions
into Waterpte and other political espionage will meet soon to
iron out problems arising out of the Senate proceeding. A
preliminary meeting Wednesday between special prosecutor
Archibald Cox and committee counsel Samel Dash pve rise to
published reports of pressure by Cox to delay the Senate
hearings, which ae due to resume Tuesday.
Cox and Dash, in separate prosecutions, and the various
statements Friday, did not possible ways of reducing the
discuss that aspect of the harm."
report. But Cox denied he had The three assistant U.S.
threatened to go to court to attorneys who have guided the
stop the committee from Watergate grand jury since
continuing. February have complained
He said that among topics privately that the Senate's
discussed "were the risk of public hearings may prejudice
serious damage to some prosecutions. A number
investigations and any resulting of witnesses before the


HALDEMAH

DENIES ANY

COVER UP
WASHINGTON (AP)-Here
is the text of a statement read
by H. R. Haldeman following
his meeting Thursday with the
intelligence sub-committee of
the Senate appropriations
committee:
"First, I can categorically
state and would like to -
that at no time nor in any way,
did I suggest, direct or
participate in any cover up of
the Watergate investigation.
Now with regard to the CIA,
which is the subject under
inquiry by this committee that
I met with this morning, I
confirmed to the committee
todiy that I neither asked the
CIA to participate in any
Watergate coverup, nor did I
ever suggest that the CIA take
any responsibility for the
Watergate break-in.
I had only one contact with
the CIA regarding the
Watergate. That was a meeting
with Messrs. Helms, Walters
and Ehrlichman held at the
direction of the President last
June because of a report from
John Dean that the FBI had
requested guidance regarding
some aspects of the Watergate
investigation and of the
possibility of CIA involvement.
When I received this report
from Mr. Dean, I advised the
president and he in turn asked
me to meet with John
Ehrlichman and Director
Helms and Gen. Walters. At
that meeting, Gen. Walters was
asked to meet with Director
Gray of the FBI to insure that
any unrelated court operations.
of the CIA or any unrelated
national security activities
which had been previously
undertaken by some of the
Watergate principals, not be
compromised in the process of
the Watergate principals, not
be compromised in the process
of the Watergate investigation
and the attendant publicity
and political furor.
This was done with no
intent or desire to impede or
cover up any aspect of the
Watergate investigation itself.
Any other actions taken or
suggestions made by others
were without my knowledge
and without the knowledge of
the President.
I believe all of my actions
were proper, in accord with the
President's instructions and
clearly in the national interest.
Beyond that I have nothing
further to say at this time on
this matter and will let the
matter rest."


committee have received limited
immunity for their testimony.
Dash called the Wednesday
meeting "an exploratory
discussion concerning the
relationship between the
special prosecutor and our
select committee,He said it was
preparatory to a meeting Cox
plans to have with Sen. Sam J.
Ervin (D-N.C.), the chairman.
Ervin has said the justice
Department has had nearly a
yepr to bring forth indictments
and trials and that the Senate
cannot wait.
He told a reporter in North
Carolina he knew of the
Cox-Dash talks but not their
content.
"The committee has the
same powers under the
constitution to conduct
hearings that the courts have to
initiate prosecution," he said.
"The courts cannot force the
U.S. Senate to halt the
hearings."
Said Cox: "Questions of
immunity were discussed, but
there was no mention
whatsoever and I have never
considered for a moment -
"court action to make the
hearings stop."
The Washington Post quoted
two Senate sources as saying
"Cox is said to have told Dash
that if the committee did not
agree to drop the hearings, Cox
would consider court action to
have them stopped."
INACCURATE
Dash said the Post story did
not come from him or, to his
knowledge from any
committee staff member. He
said parts of it were inaccurate.
Cox met Friday with district
attorney Joseph Busch of Los
Angeles where a county grand
jury is looking into the
burglary of the office of Daniel
Ellsberg's psychiatrist.
Afterward, Cox said he had
made no request to Busch to
delay that grand jury's
proceedings, as reported Friday
by the Los Angeles Times.
The Times had said Cox's
staff blocked the release of
Watergate conspirators E.
Howard Hunt, Bernard L.
Barker and Eugenio Martinez
to testify before the grand jury
when it begins its sessions next
week.
Cox said he had authorized
the federal bureau of prisons to
make the men available. The
three are in federal prison in
Danbury, Conn., awaiting final
determination of their sentence
in Washington June IS.
"As a result of our meeting,
Mr. Busch* and I agreed that
full cooperation would exist
between the Los Angeles
county inquiry and the many
investigations under way under
the direction of the special
prosecutor," Cox said.


US & France agree to summit


conference 'sometime later'
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND (AP) Presidents Nixon and Georges
Pompidou flew home Friday after mapping out the way to a
U.S.-European summit conference that would revamp the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization.
This was the only detectable headline-catching ideas and
accord reached by Nixon and the therefore no substitute for carefully
French leader In two days of talks negotiated policies.
on political, economic and strategic But encouraged by Prime
isues. Minister Edward Heath of Britain
Nixon had been pressing for a the French leader readily
meeting of the heads of allied recognized it would be politically
governments on the heels of his dangerous for the Europeana to
proposal to make 1973 the "Year react too cooly to these American
of Furape." suggestions. sources said.
Henry A. Kissinger, Nixon's Pompidou came to Iceland.
special adviser, exprased the US. therefore, willing and ready to help
view In April when he said Nixon delicately to disengage from
Washington wants to cap the "Year some of his proposal, the
of Europe" project with a "New informants added.
Alsastis Charter" that would adapt He apparently has done o by
US. and European relations to the making one small move toward
needs of modern times, accepting., s an ultimate ai, e
The U.S. enterprise left proposition of a top-level
Pompidou and other European conference between all U
leadm cold, according to members of the North Atlantic
Informants in Europe. Treaty Organiation sn the
Po ipldou was described as not European Common Market. NATO
liking the idea of a big time summh has IS members the Common
esMplaly one that wold have to Market nine. Ireland is the only
be sms5ged so hurriedly as the Common Market country outside
dhnx of Nixon's planned tour of NATO. Thoefore UN dish nt
Europe this year. summit would be a 16Ocouetry
Fnwch authorities tended to affair.
view both the "Year of Europe" But In return for that geste
and a "New Atlantic Charter" sa Pompidou asked for andl gt some
Amerwlean undertaklgsb.


GREECE NW,


A REPUBLIC,


ABOLISIES

THE MONARCHY
ATHENS (AP) Strong man
George Papadopoulos abolished the
Greek monarchy Friday,
proclaimed a Republic and named
himself President of as ancient
country.
The Premier told the nation that
sef-exiled King Constantine fell
from the throne by himself because
of his "monstrous acts* after he
left the country.
The King went into self-exile in
December 1967 after an abortive
countercoup against the ruling
military junta.
Papadopoulos, a former colonel
who became head of the
government and then Crown
Regent in March 1972, proclaimed
himself head of the new
Republic. Hei had masterminded the
April 1957 military takeover that
ended parliamentary rule.
The decision to abolish the
monarchy was made at a special
cabinet meeting in Athens, after
Constantine failed to condemn an
abortive coup against the regime by
two retired admirals and navy
officers last week.
The action was expected to
strengthen the prestige of
Papadopoulos and his junta, shaken
by the unrest in the military ranks
and by prolonged student agitation
earlier in the year.
Papadopoulos, in a nationwide
radio address, said Greeks will have
the opportunity to approve his
government's decision at a
plebiscite within two months.
He said general elections in 1974
would restore parliamentary rule. It
would give the Greeks their first
opportunity to vote since 1964.
The government did not say
what would happen If the results of
the plebiscite ran contrary to Its
decision.
The Greek royal family was not
particularly popular prior to the
1967 army coup following political
turmoil in which the King was said
to have had a major role. But his
popularity has grown as the regime
remained, and it was widely
believed that the King would win a
free and open plebiscite as a
negative reaction to the
authoritarian government.
Economic stability and growing
prosperity have given a boost to
Papadopoulos' prestige among
industrialists and the middle class.
CRISIS
The decision to make Greece a
Republic followed a crisis that
began with student riots against the
regime in February. Student
opposition was put down by force
and the universities closed until
order was restored. It was followed
by last week's abortive coup by
royalist admirals.
The government accused the
King *Ian formerlr Premier
Constantine Caraminls, who lives
in Paris, of plotting together with
the retired admirals. Both the King
and Caramanlis have so far declined
to comment on the charges.
Constantine's royal stipened of
$580,000 a year was in doubt. He
has received the allowance since he
fled the country, with a small
portion set aside in Greece for
upkeep of his palaces and official
residences.
The King also owns property in
Greece worth millions of dollars.
He sold one piece of his land
recently for $5.2 million to
development speculators.
When the monarchy was
abolished in 1924, its property was
confiscated and the royal family
lost its Greek citizenship.
Very little of the monarchy
remains in Greece since Constantine
fled.
Within hours of his departure,
photographs of the King and his
Danlsh-born Queen Anne-Marie
were removed from public
buildings. Later, the navy and air
force dropped their rlsyal titles. The
conservative national police force
did the same.
Photographs of the royal couple
ware replaced by the government's
official emblem.
CALM
An hour before Papadopouloa
announced the end of the
monarchy, the King's emblem was
taken down from in front of the
army cadet school and replaced
with the government's symbol.
Royal guards in front of the Athens
Paliae were also replaced.
The armed forces were placed in
a state of readiness within hours
after the Republic was proclaimed.
Police patrolled the main avenues
and squares as a precautionary
measure.
The situation throughout Greece
was calm. There was no reaction in
the streets to the developments.
The ministry, in a long and
detailed communique, accused
Constantine of having plotted for
months against the regime and of
planning to promote student
violence to coincide with a revolt


by naval units.
In Rome, a spokesman for the
King said he had no comment on
the decision announced in Athens.
PEACE BODY SUSPENDED
HAIHON (AP)- The four-nation
Vietnam peacekeeping body,
unable to resolve a tightening
deadlock, suspended Thursday all
regular meeting of the delegation
chiefs.


gEtUrdY, Juei 2, 1973.

AFTER 3 HOURS EXTRA SLEEP lUIAN AIRLINER


Astronauts enjoy a ECASN KILLS 41


shower & first


day off in space

ByPaul Recer
SPACE CENTRE, HOUSTON (AP) Friday was a day of
leisue for Skylab's astronauts, the fint holiday ever for man in
space. They slept late, resting from a busy week ia space.
Astronauts Charles Conrad Kilimanjaro in Africa.
Jr., Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and Weltz said that a big earth
Paul J. Weitz slept nearly three map used to locate points they
hours later than usual and then are flying over "has been the
breakfasted quietly. Plans for most used piece of gear on
the day included showers, a board."
minitrack meet and Even while they were
housekeeping chores, circling earth, the astronauts
Skylab programme officials, said they felt cut off from life
began planning for a below.
space-walking attempt to fix a "What day of the week is it
broken solar panel which could down there?" Weitz asked.
supply some badly needed "It's Friday, all day,",said
power to the electricity-starved mission control.
space station. "You lose track of the
"It's possible well have a calendar time up here,"
space walk as early as next explained Weitz. "This is the
Tuesday," said John H. Disher, first of June?"
the Skylab deputy programme Mission control assured him
director., it was.
Purpose of the space walk The astronauts were told
would be to cut or pry loose a that the launch of the second
piece of strip metal which is trio to lime aboard the space
jamming close a solar power station has been rescheduled to
wing on one side of the Skylab. July 27. The Skylab 2 crew
The wing would almost double was originally set for launch on
the amount of electrical power Aug. 8, but officials moved up
available to the space station, start of the 56-day mission
A sun shield ripped away because of problems aboard
during the launch on May 14 the space station. The Skylab I
jammed the power panel and mission is scheduled to end on
completely tore off a second June 22.
solar power wing. "They're coming up early,
Mission Control allowed the Huh," Conrad said of the
astronauts to sleep Friday, Skylab 2 crew of Alan Bean,
neglecting to send a wakeup Dr. Owen Garriott and Jack R.
call. Lousma. "I'll try to get on B
When the spacemen did get Channel (a radio circuit to
up, mission commander mission control) and give some
Conrad said they ate breakfast words of widsom to Al (Bean,
and got directly to work the Skylab 2 commander)."
tidying up their space cabin. Mission control continued to
"We're cleaning up a 16t of trouble shoot the power
storage," said Conrad. "We've shortage troubles which started
got a lot of stuff like that to when the two power wings
do. Well be busy most of the were ruined by the
morning." ripped-away sun shield. The
Skylab's crewmen, after a problem intensified Wednesday
week of working in stifling when a second battery failed,
heat aboard the space station, leaving Skylab with 16 working
were looking forward to their batteries. One battery failed
first shower, soon after launch.
'VERY WELCOME' Four solar power panels
"The shower will be very continue to work,' but these
welcome," Kerwin said,: dan supply suimilight pironii of
Conrad said he also plandied Skylab's 'orbikt ln' tin sMit
to beam to Earth a television, portion, the space station
view of a new game he's operates on batteries.
discovered called "racing Loss of full power has
around the water ring." forced the astronauts to curtail
For fun and exercise, the experiment and exercise small
astronauts developed a way to economies such as dimming
actually run in the lights and turning off fans.
weightlessness of space. Conrad Disher said a mock-up of the
said they accomplish, this by broken power wing will
pushing themselves very undergo tests for repair
rapidly around the inside of techniques on Monday at the
the circular walls, building up Marshall Space Flight Centre in
enough centrifigal force to Alabama.
stand upright and run. The
22-foot circular dome is lined I
with water storage tanks, and F R H UL
Conrad said they bound from E' ONLY
tank to tank and even turn
flips. It s w known t as years go
All experiment activity was by many meo lose much of t
suspended for the day, and zest and vigour they enjoyed
suspended for td when young. Now there is good
flight controllers said it would news for those who are feeling
help the power shortage aboard "low" or without zip. A new
the space station. By not vigour medicine is now being
running any power-draining imported,it'scalledProplus/He-
rite Elixir,. Yes, He-vite Is for
experiments, officials hoped to "he-men". Get a bottle today
be able to fully recharge the 16 and put adult happiness back
working batteries on the craft., nto your life. s I
Shower baths aboard Skylab
can't be long or liesurely. Each
astronaut is permitted only I JV J
two quarts of water for each of ,....
the three showers scheduled on
Skylab. T.
The shower facility is a
plastic cylinder closed at the
top and bottom to keep water i |
from escaping and floating
around in the zero gravity. An
astronaut stands inside the
cylinder and sprays himself
with water from a hand-held
nozzle. The water collects on ld U
the sides of the cylinder and on
the man's skin. He uses a
vacuum nozzle to suck up the
water. t, re nrght about
PICTURE TAKING Ballantine's S tch."
Conrad, Kerwin and Weltz lanes Sctc


also spent part of their
day standing at a large picture
wairdow aboard the craft and
taking pictures of the Earth
270 miles below them.
Conrad asked for the
map coordinates of Egypt's
pyramids and of Mt.


Wlr


BRAZILIAN JET
CRASH KILLS 23
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -
Twenty-three persons were killed
Friday when a Brazilian jetliner
with engine trouble crashed and
explode during an out-of-control
landing In the Amazon jungle city
of Sao Lu.
Curseiro do Sul airlines said all
seven crew members and 16
passengers perished instantly.
The French-built Caravelle was
on its daily run from Belem, at the
mouth of the Amazon River, to
,lRjo. Sao Luis, a northern coastal
of 240,000, was its first
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NEW DELHI (AP) Three
American and two Japanese
survivoran of an Indian jetliner crash
moved out of danger Friday,
doctor said, as air safety experts
begen Inmigating the accident
that took 48 lives.
Probers ventured several
explanations for the Thursday night
daster, including the possibility
that the Idan Airlines Boeing 737
might hav hit power lines just
befo it plummeted into a
wasted near Delhi Airport.
Twelve Indians survived in
addition to the foreign an
Amern father and son, a U.S.
Marine lance corporal and two
Japane businesmen. All remained
adve almost 24 hours after the
M. L re Sterling and his
IO.yearold son Lee Alien who
sved his father life by pushing
him through the aircraft
emergency exit, changed hospitals
during the day.
Thar attending physician said
the startling, who live in Madras
but come from Spring Branch,
Texas, have some Injuries but 'it is
moMty a question of extreme shock
.. because of the loss they have
suffered in the family "
Mrs. Sterling and two daughters
died in the flaming crash, which
occurred in a dust storm one
minute before the plane was to land
on a flight from Madras, a South
Indian coastal city.
The other American survivor,
George M. Larson, was more
seriously hurt than the Sterlings but
was responding well to treatment,
doctors said.
His doctor refused to allow
interview, saying Larson must have
complete rest.
The Japanese, Identified by their
embassy as Sabuho Suzuki miand
Itaska, were coming to New Delhi
on business, Nagoya ceramics firm
in Madras.
An embassy spokesman said
Itasaka he did not know Itasaka's
first name and Suzuki were
responding well to treatment, but
that both have severe head Injuries.
They are in side-by-side beds in a
public hospital.
Eight foreigners including the
three Sterlings died in the crash.
The only other American was
missionary for the Lutheran Church
of American, Harold N. Ribber. His
widow arrived in New Delhi Friday
to Ilp identify the body..












Saturday, June 2. 1973.


UIh trtbunt
Nuu.us Awww JvAn IN V BA MAcun
BfIinm Bond To Swerw To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCHPubMaber/urdtzor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
PubHliar/Editor 1917-1972
Contrtbutivn Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
Pubier/lEdhtor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N.3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Saturday, June 2, 1973.




The fox and the goat


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
A LARGE section of the Bahamian people are approaching
independence in an atmosphere of uncertainty, fear and open
conflict.
As the ranks of the unemployed continue to swell a feeling of
doubt and insecurity is now beginning to touch the area that Mr.
Pindling has often described as the "grass roots".
Fear deepens in the hearts of the large number of our people
who have always been opposed to taking the final step into what
is commonly called independence, recognizing it for what it really
is .... an expensive piece of folly at a time when the people are
groaning under the steadily growing load of unaccustomed taxes.
Conflict arises from the ranks of labour. They are protesting
because they want a larger dice of the Square Deal cake which,
they are beginning to realize, seems to be jealously husbanded for
the benefit of the select few in the Square Deal Club.

In the island of Grenada labour is protesting because of its
government's efforts to move it into the Independence Club.
Public demonstrations are being held and a strong delegation has
been sent to London to fight against independence for the island.
And these people are really fighting. Their leaders are not
compromising their principles and joining the ranks of the
government. They are raising their voices loud and clear. They are
leaving no doubt in the minds of the government and people of
Britain that they do not want to cut the umbilical cord that has
bound them to Mother Britain in a form of constitution that has
made them really and truly free and at the same time relieved
them of a financial load that they are unable to bear comfortably.
They have enough intelligence to see that all this talk of
self-defence, which England has provided over the centuries, is
only a farce.
They know that they are unable to provide their own defence
and that "independence" only means that they will still have to
look to Britain and the U.S. to patrol the seas and keep the ocean
lanes open to the free movement of commerce and trade. At the
present time they enjoy this protection as of right. In
independence they may or may 6ot continue to enjoy this
protection as "dependents" on the goodwill of "foreign" powers.
In the Bahamas, on the other hand, it is difficult to decide
whether most of the members of the Opposition have become
fish or fowl. A few voices are still being raised but they receive no
support in many cases only hostility from their former
associates.
And so the dispute between the labour unions and the
Government in Nassau arises from the ordinary, everyday struggle
that labour stages to use its united power to improve its own
position.

These* unions were stimulated and encouraged by the PLP
Government when they needed their services. It was on their
human flesh that some PLP leaders climbed to power ... and, it
would appear, in many cases to sudden wealth that it is difficult
to understand and no effort is being made to explain.
This new political group feel so secure in their ivory towers
that many of them have made it clear that they have now joined
the ranks of the "uncommon man" and feel the need to keep the
"common man" in his proper place at the foot of the ladder.
Because it is only by harnessing labour and keeping them quiet
that these men continue to enjoy their new-found luxury.

The unions are in a strong position. By their united strength
they now control public transportation and all the public utilities,

Shave recently made their strength felt in these areas with
demonstrations and threats of strike action.
But probably the bitterest pill they have had to swallow is the
way many of them claim they have been ignored in the plans for
celebrations on Independence Day.
It would seem that Government has roped in representatives
from just about every public organization in the colony in its
plans for the celebration .... all except the most important and
powerful of them all ... LABOUR.


*: Some of these people have been ignored. They feel the slight
and the largest union of all, the Bahamas Hotel and Catering
Workers Union, has refused to participate in the march and float
parade on July 10.
It is possible that their Moses may be able to "sweet talk"
them out of their present mood of protest. But they now know
that they have been used by a few selfish men as a stepping stone
to power and personal affluence.
*** ***
This all reminds me of the story of the Fox and the Goat in the
Well, as told in the splendid Royal Reader series that were used in
the public schools of the colony when I was a boy. These Readers
are full of inspirational stories with a moral that helped to uplift
the minds of children.
Briefly, the story is of a fox that fell into a shallow well and
was doomed to die there because there was no way for him to get
out.
A silly old goat came to the side of the vell and saw the fox
stranded in the hole. Realizing that the goat as stupid and could
be easily misled, the fox started to sing the praises of the sweet
cool water in which he stood and could drink his fill all day.
It was a hot day. The goat was first impressed .... then he was
convinced .... and jumped into the well with the fox.
Whereupon the fox immediately mounted to the goat's back
and vaulted out of the well, leaving the stupid goat to perish for
his folly.
****i****
It is really amazing to see how soon people forget.
You will recall the callous comment of the Hon. Clifford
Darling, not long ago a poor boy, when an effort was being made
to raise the paltry allowance paid to the aged. This Minister of the
Government declared that the old folks contributed nothing to
the economy and so they deserved no great help from the
Government.
And so these poor old people have been left to struggle along


She OrtilMar


0


Minister urges drug users to seek



assistance of Ministry of Health


By NICKI KELLY
HEALTH MINISTER LOFTUS ROKER urged drug uem
Wednesday in the House to seek the assistance of the Ministry of
Health, which for some time has had a drug rehabilitation unit in
axstnce.


"As the government agency
primarily responsible for young
and old people afflicted with
the result of drugs, I feel I
should inform the House that
this unit is in existence," he
said.
Mr. Roker pointed out that
the Ministry's drug unit
worked closely with that
established by the Ministry of
Health and the Welfare
Department.
"We are not so much
concerned with prosecution ...
that is not our purpose. We
would like the public to feel
free to come to us without fear
that we will turn them over to
the police."
- Emphasized the Minister:
"We are primarily concerned
with the social and health
aspects of the problem."
Mr. Roker's comments came
in the course of a lengthy
debate in which House
representatives considered the
appointment of a committee to
inquire into the use and sale of
drugs in the Bahamas.
The Minister said he felt the
committee could look into the
question of punishment for the
traffickers of dangerous. drugs.
"The pusher is the one for
whom I have no sympathy. I
agree that if he is convicted
there should be a mandatory
prison sentence, but I cannot
extend that to the user,
because many times he is
trapped and cannot get out. I
have sympathy for him," he
declared.
The Ministry of Health was
revaluating its drug programme


By The Associated Press
TODAY is SATURDAY,
JUNE 2nd,the 153rd day of
1973. There are 212 days left
in the year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on
this date:
1972 Soviet Union and
West Germany compromise to
clear the way for signing a
four-power agreement on
Berlin.
1969 Australian aircraft
carrier "Melbourne" and U.S.
destroyer "Frank E. Evans"
collide, killing 74 American
seamen.
1967 Soviet Union
charges that U.S. jets bombed a
Russian merchant ship in
North Vietnamese port of
Campha.
1966 U.S. achieves its first
soft landing on Moon as
Surveyor One spacecraft sets
down and begins sending back
pictures of lunar surface.
1965 European hostages
reported killed by Congolese
rebels.
1961 Latin American free
trade association goes into
force.
1956 Marshal Tito of
Yugoslavia visits Russia.
1953 Coronation of
Queen Elizabeth II of England.
1949 Transjordan is
renamed the Hashemite
Kingdom of Jordan.
1946 Britain and U.S.
restore Azores bases to
Portugal; Italian referendum
favours a Republic.
1942 British forces
abandon Gazala-Bir Hakeim
line in western African desert.
1924 The U.S. Congress
confers citizenship on all
American Indians.


now to make it more effective.
"People should feel they have a
place to turn to in
rehabilitating themselves," Mr.
Roker said.
WARNING
He issued a word of warning
to the committee however.
While his Ministry was
prepared to assist with
providing requisite papers, it
would do so only as long as
these did not relate to the
individuals that came to his
attention.
Secondly, the committee
could not interfere with the
operation of his Ministry and
nothing of the information
made available was to be made
public without his consent.
"If this is adhered to, my
Ministry is fully prepared to
cooperate," the Minister
informed members.
Mr. Roker pointed out that
once young people were caught
with this habit there was a
worse side effect. "They must
turn to stealing to support this
habit, causing more problems
for the police and their
parents.
"This," he added, "is one of
the serious side effects to our
society," and he would
welcome some solution that
would bring this "curse" under
control.
"The first thing we have got
to recognize is that this is a
community problem that
transcends political lines, and
we have to come up with an
educational, law enforcement
and curative programme if we


1941 Adolf Hitler and
Benito Mussolini hold a war
meeting at Brenner Pass in the
Alps.
1917 Brazil revokes its
neutrality and seizes German
ships.
1878 Radical makes
another attempt to assassinate
Emperor William I of
Germany.
1853 British fleet is
ordered to assemble off the
Dardanelles.
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte
issues a liberal constitution in
France.
1771 Russia completes its
conquest of the Crimea.
1746 Queen Maria
Theresa of Hungary and
Bohemia concludes alliance
with Russia against Prussia for
the restoration of Silesia.
1676 Coup in Spain leads
to overthrow of Queen Mother
and Don John, a natural son of
Philip IV, takes command.
1627 Charles I of England
grants charter of incorporation'
to the Guiana Company.
1622 Sigismund of Poland
signs armistice with Gustavus II
of Sweden.
1567 Irish rebel Shane
O'Neil, Earl of Tyronne, is
assassinated.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
John Sobieski, King of Poland
1624-1696); Cenon de
Sonodeville, Spanish statesman
(1702-1781); Constantine,
exiled king of Greece (1940-);
Charles Conrad, U.S. astronaut
(1930-); Thomas Hardy,
English writer (1840-1928).
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
"Hours and days, months and
years pass away, and time once
past never returns" Cicero.


on an allowance that can barely hold soul and body together,
while the first thing some members of the Government did after
recently inflicting new taxes on the people was to increase by
$2,143 a year their already bloated entertaining allowances!

Without realizing it ZNS's Eddie Bethel gave an eloquent
description of the situation in one of his commentaries over this
station.
I heard a part of it. The gist of his comment was that not long
ago"the boys" spent their Sundays driving through what were the
residential areas of the island occupied by the wealthy section of
the community.
The position has now been reversed, he said. These men now
own some of the grandest houses in these areas ... vacated by
"quality" residents who, in many cases, have left because of
government policies. And so on Sundays nowadays they spend
their time driving through the areas from which they were so
suddenly lifted.
This means that they now go around seeing how the common
man lives... the common man whose plight daily gets worse.

Independence Day is going to be an interesting experience for
those who will be here to join in the celebration. But it's going to
be the days that follow that will tell the real story.
********
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Too bad, too sad, too late.
DUPUCH


are to get_around the drug
problem," Transport Minister
Darrel Rolle asserted.
DILEMMA
As a former practising
lawyer, Mr. Rolle said he could
attest to the difficulty in trying
to help young people caught
with drugs, and this was the
dilemma that the committee
would have to face.
It was true that teachers and
parents did not want to say
anything, but what had to be
understood was that many
youngsters started taking this
substance from an innocent
point of view.
"They are sold these things
in the form of pep pills. Only
after they have been taking the
drug for some time does it
come to the notice of the
parent and teacher from the
child is suffering from
dangerous drugs.
"When they come to you as
a practitioner of the law they
are hesitant to talk. Either they
go to a doctor or they have to
turn the matter over to the
police and the child is taken
before the courts and
consequently ends up with a
criminal record."
The courts, however, did not
have all the solutions, Mr.
Rolle pointed out. "No matter
how unlimited we make the
penalties, some pushers are
daring enough to peddle the
drugs whatever the cost.
"The first job for the
committee is to assure parents
and children that they are
seeking to assist them, and the
police perhaps, should take the
same approach. I feel that if
some solution to that aspect is
not found, the committee will
find insurmountable
difficulties in getting
information."
HELP CENTRES
Mr. Rolle observed that in
many countries where the drug
problem was serious, medical
practitioners had established
various centres for people
afflicted.
He suggested that something
of the same be done here.
"Medical practitioners ought to
feel it their duty to go out and
seek these people and help
them. It is not sufficient to


take them to doctors and
prosecute them if there is not
going to be any follow through
treatment.
"A prison sentence," he
added, "does not always
achieve the effect society has
in mind."
Reiterating the need to
establish voluntary centres for
drug rehabilitation, Mr. Rolle
maintained that society would
not get very far unless there
was an extensive educational
programme to reach every
segment of the community...
"to show that drugs won't only
give them a kick but a
kickback."
The Minister noted that


there were other aspects of our
national life that were involved
in this problem as well-There
were certain foreign
installations in the country, he
said, where the necessary
customs and immigration were
waived
'"Here is another
opportunity for drugs to be
brought in for distribution to
our young people. A number
of people have been found on
these premises in possession of
drugs and expelled, but by that
time the harm has been done."
Mr. Rolle said he hoped
the committee would have the
full cooperation of the
Bahamian public at large.


Watkins says govt. is driving


youngsters to pot and alcohol


IF THE country was now
faced with a drug problem it
was because of the
"inefficiency, corrpution and
ineptness" of the present
government which had
educated the country's young
people but not provided them
with anything to do after they
left school, Marsh Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins stated in the House
Wednesday.
Although endorsing a
motion for a committee to
look into the use and sale of
drugs, put by Killarney
representative Cadwell
Armbrister, Mr. Watkins
maintained it was a case of
closing the gate after the horse
was out.
"Surely the dope problem
must have come to the notice
of the authorities many years
ago and certainly it is more
serious at this stage," he
declared.
Mr. Watkins argued that
these young people were
confused and with nothing to
do. "It is easier to get a stick of
pot in this country than to get
a pint of milk," he slammed.
"I have read where police
were sent to jail for smoking
pot in the police compound.


This is what we are building a
country on pot smokers.
They are saying: "I can smoke
pot and get a job because I am
PLP'"
ATTITUDE
It was because of the
attitude of the government
that young people were being
driven to alcohol and drugs.
Referring to the case of a
woman visitor recently being
found with a large amount of
drugs and bound over, Mr.
Watkins suggested that perhaps
the committee should be given
power to look into the existing
laws and make re-
commendations.
"I feel the drug laws in our
country are inadequate. As was
said, it is the pusher we have to
get," Watkins declared.
The member suggested the
committee call for the dog
trainers, since the dogs were
able to sniff out marijuana.
"The government needs
to build a nation of thinking
individuals. I feel that drugs
would retard the progress of
the people in this country.
Government should seek ways
and means to put an end to
this problem. The first thing to
change are our laws to cure this
disease in our country," he
said.


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Add beauty to your home with one of *


God's flowers
IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT "you are closer to God in a garden
t"a anywhere else on earth".


,Vernal Gibson, head
nurseryman at Modernistic
Gardens & Pet Supply, must be
very much closer to God than
most of us. He presides over a
well stocked lush tropical
nursery which you enter
through the store. It is spacious
and this space is used
economically and is beautifully
neat and well kept.
During the week June 1st
through the 8th Modernistic
add three other nurseries are
having a sale in co-operation
with the Beautification
committee. Plant a flowering
tree or shrub as your own


monument to Independence at
20% discount?
The emphasis of the
Beautification Committee is on
indigenous plants. This should
appeal to the natural surge of
nationalism around this time
(down with the expatriate
plants!) and there is also a very
practical aspect. Flowers,
plants and tress native to the
Bahamas almost without
exception require very little
care and no matter how
ambitious you are there are no
two ways about it. Gardening
is hard work and time
consuming. To create beauty at


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a minimum of time, labour and
money is a realistic goal.
Even the inexperienced
gardener will feel completely at
ease in Mr. Gibson's capable
hands and the more
experienced gardener will
enjoy the mutual exchange of
ideas and information.
BEWARE
Ixoras in yellow, peach and
red are lovely at $2.75.
However, do not plant them by
a cement wall for these are acid


Ag'


loving plants.
Bougainvillea should be our
pride and joy. How a wall
laden with this flowering plant
enhances our home and what a
delight for tourists to see.
These are at the budget price
of $2.25.
If you prefer delicate beauty
to dramatic effects why not
buy pandoras to cover your
walls or to climb your gate
posts at $6.50 qach?
For shade and lush greenery
there are umbrella plants from
$3.95 and rubber plants at
$4.50.
I hope that Independence
and the emphasis on and an
awareness and development of
a Bahamian culture will
percolate into gardening which
can be a form of art as well as a
domestic facility to make life
pleasanter. It would be nice to
see less of indiscriminate
bulldozing and more
cultivation of our own native
scrub bush trees. In a natural
area maybe in conjunction
with native rocks Spring Arise,
or, rice fern as it was always
called, would be lovely at
$1.95.
Velvet plants for a border at
75c a half-dozen, oleander (in
pink, red and white) for a
hedge or native gardenias in
delicate white flowers as a
flowering tree at $3.95 are all
worthwhile investments.
ROCK GARDEN
Another lovely flower for a
natural area, a rock garden or a
pond, or for edging a more
formal area is the oyster lily.
This propagates profusely and
requires practically no case.
Bachelor buttons at $1.25 a
dozen with their round violet
flowers propagate themselves
also.
Another lovely hedge can be
made with plumbago with its
white or blue tiny delicate
perfectly-formed flowers
($1.95 & $4.95). For a


walkway try golden shower at
the budget price of $1.95.
These are not so common
nowadays, but Mr. Gibson
said: "Since I know myself
that's all we had for a
walkway". So what about
reinforcing this delightful
inheritance? '
Seedlings (marigolds, zinnias
7c) are only $1.25 a dozen -
frangipani with white or pink
flowers makes a lovely quick
growing flowering tree at
$4.50.
Of course there are the
always popular and always
beautiful hibiscus at $1.95,
$4.50 & $4.95 and the hardy
croton, which are always
suitable (and which we
discovered during the recent
long drought are tolerant to
salt water) at $2.50 and $6.50.
Snow Queen at $1.95 and
$4.50, which is of the hibiscus
family, makes an unusual and
beautiful hedge as anyone who
has seen Lady Roberts' garden
on the Eastern road can testify.
For even more colour there
is the Bird of Paradise ($.95
and $7.75) in all the colours of
the rainbow. There are the
perennially beautiful roses at
$6.95 a bush and many other
plants.
To combat the rising cost of
living and to provide extra
delight to the palate as well as
to beautify your property
there are fruit trees all the
citrus, grapefruit, orange,
tangerine, tangelos and temple
oranges, at $9.95 mangoes
are $3.95 native limes
(known popularly but
mistakenly Mr. Gibson
informed me as key limes) are
$9.95 and are in my opinion
the juciest and sharpest of all
the varieties of limes. Avocados
are $3.95 and $8.50 each.
Modernistic also stocks
practically whatever you need
for garden and pet care
;including the pets. Imported
dogs ofevery breed (these can
,be ordered) and beautifully'
cleanly housed on beds of
newspaper shreds, rabbits,
pigeons, parakeets, hamsters
and turtles. The rear wall of
:the store is ingeniously
composed of numerous small
aquariums each one housing
colourful little fish and prettily
decorated and equipped.


Brownrigg.

Beyer wedding
MISS Lauren Duryea Beyer,
of Forest Hills, New York, and
Mr. Robin Blake Brownrigg, of
Nassau, were quietly married
on May 12 in St. Luke's
Episcopal Church, Forest Hills.
The ceremony was conducted
by the Rev. M. Joseph Farley.
The bride, the daughter of
the late Mr. George Beyer, Jr.,
and Mrs. Beyer, is a graduate of
the Hewitt School in New
York City, and has been
attending Bishop's University
in Lennoxville, Quebec,
Canada.
The groom, a 1973 graduate
of Bishop's University,
attended St. Andrew's School,
Nassau, and was graduated
from St. Andrew's College in
Aurora, Ontario, Canada. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Brownrigg, of Nassau.
Mrs. Brownrigg's father, the
late George Beyer, Jr., was
former vice-president of
Angostura-Wuppermann
Corporation, New York. He
had been Advertising and
Marketing Director of Cannon
Mills and Lennan and Newell,
New York City.
Mr. ,Robin Brownrigg is
associated with the firm. of
BernardO Sunley & $of
(Nasuas) Limited.
The young couple, who have
just returned from a
honeymoon in Barbados, will
make their home in Nassau, .


Arrived today: Emsaid'
Seas, Bahama Star, Flavia frhtg-
Miami; Tropic Flyer from West
Palm Beach
Sailed today: Tropic Flyer
for West Palm Beach
Arriving tomorrow: Song of
Norway, Nordic Prince from
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Between June 1 and S four
umries will offer special
prices to encourage
Bahamians to buy a
flowering shrub or tree to
celebrate Iddepenance
and the programme to
beautify the island. Our
photograph shows the
variety of plants available
at ModernIltic Garden.
PHOTO: Rilckey Wells


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ifS,. ifirihim,


'THIS IS THEIR STORY is being carried
periodically as a part of the religious programme bv
the Bahamas Christian Council in connection with the
Independence Day Celebrations as a reminder to
Bahamians, especially the young, of the many
contributions made bv religious leaders in the
Development and buiding of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas. Today we feature the Rev. Talmage
SandsA)



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VISITORS WELCOME I
JAMES N. COOPER, Pastor
P. 0. Box N4450 Phone 2-1586, 5-4320
Sunday Services at 9:45 and
I11 a.m., 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday Family Service
7:30 p.m.

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ON May 13, 1903 the Rev. Talmage Sands was bonm at Savannah Sound, Eleuthera. A few
Sunday ago his children and grandchildren surprised him with a birthday dinner at the Nassau
Beach HoteL


Mr. Sands successfully took
an examination at the Boys'
Central Sctiool under the late
Wilton G. Albury and the late
T. A. Thompson to become a
school teacher. He was offered
an appointment at Simms,
Long Island, but declined. He
entered the grocery business in
Nassau. During this period he
helped out at the Methodist
Church. He was encouraged to
train for the Methodist
Ministry.
It was arranged for him to
spend one year at Staniard
Creek, Andros, before entering
Calabar College. The Rev. Mr.
Searle gave him a
correspondence course from
Nassau while he was at Andros
to prepare him for college.
It was during this period
that the chairman of the
Jamaica Methodist District, the
late Rev. Mr. Curry, came to
Pre-ldlepidelco
THE THIRD service in the
Bahamas Christian Council's
pre-independence religious
services will be held later this
month at the Central Gospel
Chapel, Dowdeswelt Street.
The first service was held at
St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral
last month when well-known
T.V. and radio religious
personality, Archbishop Fulton


Nassau and he was accepted for
the Methodist Ministry. He
entered Calabar (Baptist)
Theological College in Jamaica
on Ester Sunday 1925 as the
first Bahamian ministerial
student to be enrolled there,
Pastor Sands spent three
years at Calabar, and one year
at Spurgeon Baptist College in
London. He was among the
four Methodist Theological
students who moved from
Calabar to the new Caenwood
Methodist College in Jamaica
in 1929. He remained there for
eight months. He returned to
Nassau in 1930 just after the
1929 hurricane.
On Easter Day 193.1 the
Rev. Mr. Sands was elevated to
the pastorate of Zion Baptist
Church 42 years ago. He was
the first Bahamian pastor of
this Church, and succeeded the
late Rev. Leonard Tucker.
relilises service
J.Sheen, was the speaker.
The second in the series
entitled, "To Build a Nation
through Prayer," was held on
Wednesday at the Church of
God of Prophecy, East Street.
The speaker was Bishop A. S.
Moss of the Church of God of
Prophecy. Dr. R. E. Cooper,
president of the Bahamas
Christian Council led the
service.


Bahamian geologist gives

Canadians assurance


A BAHAMIAN geologist
living in Canada has assured
residents of Hamilton, Ontario,
who were worried about the
loss of part of a beach in a
recent storm, that the beach
would replace itself in early
summer.
More than 20 feet of Van
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9:30 a.m. to 5:t0. p.m.
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Thursday 7th June
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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them during the coming week.
Persons attending the offices of the Liquidator are asked to please bring
with them some form of proof of identity.
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Wagner's Beach outside
Hamilton was lost in an April 9
storm.
Mr. John Coakley, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Coakley
of Louis Street, told a
Hamilton newspaper that the
lost beach would be replaced as
beaches east of the damaged
area are eroded and the eroded
material is carried westward by
the tides.
"We have recognized a cycle
on the beach," said Mr.
Coakley, who works with the
Canadian Centre for Inland
Waters. "There is more intense
erosion in winter, with storms,
but the beach restores itself in
summer.
"The erosion on Van
Wagner's has been less than a
foot a year for the past 42
years, but in the April 9 storm,
20 feet of beach were lost.
"All the signs point to the
beach rebuilding itself as the
water levels drop in June."
Mr. Coakley has lived in
Canada for 12 years. He is
married and has two children.
FUNERAL SERVICE
FOR RAY CULMER
FUNERAL services are to be
held on Sunday at the
Savannah Sound Methodist
Church, Eleuthera for Mr.
Raynold E. Culmer, 73, who
died Wednesday afternoon at
the Princess Margaret Hospital
following a brief illness.
The services, beginning at 5
p.m., will be conducted by the
Rev. John Bilverstone.
Mr. Culmer is survived by his
wife, Lillian, four sons, four
daughters, 38 grand children,
five great-grandchildren, two
brothers, two sisters and
others.
FUNERAL FOR
MISS L. GODFREY
FUNERAL SERVICES for
Miss Lucinda Godfrey, 59, who
died in a traffic accident at
Gibbs Corner early last
Saturday, were held 4 p.m.
yesterday at Sacred Heart
Church on Shirley Street. The
services were conducted by Fr.
Patrick Holmes, and burial
followed in Ebenezer
Cemetery. Miss Godfrey is
survived by four nephews and
two nieces.


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There were 25 Ministers of
Religion from the Missionary
Society in England before him.
The work in the Bahamas was
started by the Rev. Joseph
Benore in 1835.
When Zion Baptist Church
fell in the 1929 hurricane,
there was no insurance on the
church building, but with the
cooperation of the people and
friends the edifice was rebuilt.
$3 A WEEK
The membership when
Pastor Sands took over in 1931
was 54, and when he retired
about three years ago it was
about 900. It is interesting to
recall that during the early
period of his Ministry at Zion
his salary at one time was as
low as 1 pound 4 shillings per
week. In later years he was well
compensated salary wise.
Realizing that he was getting
older, Pastor Sands made
arrangements for two young
men to be trained tor the
Christian Ministry providing
they pass the entrance
examination for College.
One was Rev. Peter Hall who
was a teacher at Pine Ridge,
Grand Bahama, and the other
Rev. Charles Smith of Cat
Island, presently the pastor of
Zion Baptist Church.
They enrolled at Calabar
College. It may be recalled that
the Rev. Phillip Rahming who
was a part of the Salem Baptist
Mission, also successfully took


an examination at Calabar, and
with the cooperation and
encouragement of Pastor Sands
and the Superintendent of
Salem Mission the Rev. Enoch
Backford he went away to
Jamaica for training.
For many years the Rev.
Sands travelled on sailboats to
the Family Islands and visited
the Churches. At one time
during this period there were
only two steamboats the
Endion for Harbour Island and
the Alisada for the Windward
Islands.
On many occasions Rev. Mr.
Sands had to walk as well as
ride on horseback during his
visit to the various Churches
under his Suptrintendency.
Many of the islands hiau no
roads during this period, only
footpaths.
On one occasion he was
caught in a storm between
Inagua and Acklins on a
sailboat, and landed on the
Southern tip of Acklins near
Castle Island. The people in
those days had little money
but much love. They helped
the Superintendent by crops
from the farms.
40 YEARS
He has served as pastor of
Zion Baptist MChurch for 40
years. He has been
Superintendent of the United
Baptist Mission with
65 Churches for many years,
and was amongst the first four


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The Rev. Sands first wife
Mrs. Gladys Nottage Sands of
Tarpum Bay died in 1929
within a year after he returned
from College.
He remarried Mrs. Doris
Sinclair Sands in 1931, and out
of this marriage four children
were born Mrs. Clarice
Granger, James, Hugh, and
Sidney. Mrs. Sand was named
by the Mothers Club in 1968


"Mother Of The Year."
Even though Pastor Sandq
has retired from the formal
pastorate, his Ministry has been
extended from a Missionary
standpoint in general, because
of his speaking in Churches
when invited.
He is a Past President of the
Bible Society of the Bahamas,
and was a recipient of the
M.B.E. award from the
Sovereign, for service to the
Church and country.


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IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE COMMONWEALTH
OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
EQUITY SIDE


1973
No. 14


IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING
TITLES ACT (Chapter 133) 1959


AND


IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith and
Miriam Neely

AND
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT tract of
land being a portion of a larger tract of land
originally granted to James Kelly situate at
Corrie Sound on the Island of Eleuthera
containing by admeasurement 108.36 acres.

AMENDED NOTICE
By Order dated the 25th day of May, A.D., 1973

The Petition of George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith
and Miriam Neely in respect of:-
"ALL THAT tract of land being a portion ot a
larger tract of Three hundred and Twenty (320)
Acres originally granted to James Kelly situate
at Corrie Sound on the Northwest coast of the
Island of Eleuthera containing by
amearaement 108.36 Acres which said tract of
land' is bounded NORTHWARDLY,partly by a
portion of a tract originally granted to Richard
Thompson and now believed to be the property
of Dennis Underwood and partly by a pond and
running thereon jointly One thousand Two
hundred and Thirty-five and Forty-four one
hundredths (1 ,235.44) Feet
NORTHWESTWARDLY by an inlet of the sea
called and known as Corrie Sound and running
thereon Three thousand Four hundred and
Ninety-eight and Seventy-one one hundredths
(3,498.71) Feet SOUTHWARDLY by the other
portion of the tract of land originally granted to
James Kelly which portion is now believed to be
the property of Austin Kelly and running
thereon One thousand Four hundred and
Sixty-six and Thirty-four one hundredths
(1,466.34) Feet SOUTHWESTWARDLY by a
pond and running thereon Three thousand Six
hundred and Foureen and Forty-one hundredths
(3,614.41) Feet which said tract of land has
such position shape marks boundaries and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan
filed in this matter and is thereon shown
coloured Pink"
George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith and Miriam
Neely the Petitioners "in this matter claim to be
the owners in fee simple of the said tract of land
and has made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have
their title to the said tract investigated and the
nature and extent thereofldetermined and declared
in the Certificate of Title to be granted by the
Court in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
Copies of the plan filed herein may be inspected
during the normal office hours at the following
places:-
1. The Registry of the Supreme Court, Supreme
Court Building, Public Square, City of Nassau,
New Providence.
2. The Chambers of James M. Thompson.
Frederick Street, Nassau, Bahamas.


3. The Commissioner at Harbour
Eleuthera.


Island,


4. The Public Notice Board at The Bluff,
Eleuthera.
NOTICE Is hereby given that any persons having
dower or right of dower or an Advere Claim or a
clam not recognized in the Petition on ha on or
before the Sixteenth day of July, A.D., 1973 file in
the Supreme Court of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and sere on the Petitioners
or the undersigned a statement of his or her claim
in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to
be filed therewith. FAILURE of any person to file
adm serve a statement of his or her claim on or
before the said Sixteenth day of July, A.D., 1.973
wNi operate as a 6ar to such claim.

JAMES M. THOMPSON
Attorney for the Petitioners.


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on Key Biscayne, Fla., from
Nixon.
Property records in Dade
Country, Fla., show that Nixon
had purchased one of the lots
In 1967 for $30,000 and the
other n 1971 for $23,100.
Griffin paid $150,000 for
the two lots, representing an
apparent profit for the
president of $96,900. The Jts
are about a mile from Nixos's
Florida White House
compound.
Griffin aid he is now "i*
the process of sailing those
lands at a considerable profit."
He said also: *1 don't
understand how you 0uld
make any connection"
between the charter and the lot
deal.
Abplanalp frequently
entertains Nixon at Grand Cay,
his private island In te
Bahamas. Griffin often
accompanies Abplanalp on Ith
Florida and Bahama trip,
staying at a resort hotel on a
nearby island also owned by
Abpranalp.
Abplanalp also owns one of
Continued in next column


Saturday, ne 2., 1973.



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NEW FINDINGS
By GAYLORD SHAW
and
DICK BARNES
WASHINGTON (AP)-New
York industrialist Robert
Abplanalp is a principal
stockholder in a new bank
which sought its federal charter
during the year after his
undisclosed purchase of much
of the land at President
Nixon's San Clemente, Calif.,
retreat.
The agent for the bank and
one of its founders was William
E. Griffin Jr., Abplanalp's
attorney. Griffin purchased
two Key Biscayne, Fla., lots
from the president, at a
substantial profit to Nixon,
late in 1972.
A spokesman said no one at
the White House was involved
or aware of the chartering of
the Yonkers, N.Y., bank,
opened just over a year ago.
Available records indicate
the application was processed
and approved routinely before
the charter was granted to
Hudson Valley National Bank,
although one examiner found
"no real need" for the bank.
Griffin said he talked to no
one at the White House about
the charter.
Abplanalp has been ill and
was unavailable for comment.
A spokesman for the
Comptrollers of the Currency
said the matter was "Handled
routinely like scores and scores
of other applications."
The full response from
Gerald Warren, Deputy White
House Press Secretary, said:
"No one at the White House
was aware of, or involved in
any way, with this charter
application."
Records show that
Abplanalp, a multi-millionaire
and close personal friend of
Nixon, bought $ 115,000 worth
of stock in the bank. That
made him the largest single
shareholder other than the
bank's organizers. None of
them purchased more than
$125,000 from the initial stock
issue of $2.5 million.
The White House disclosed
Friday that Nixon had
borrowed $625,000 from
Abplanalp to help purchase his
San Cemente estate in 1969.
According to the White
House statement, Abplanalp
took over most of the 29-acre
estate grounds for $1,249,000,
which included cancellation of
the loan to Nixon in a
transaction completed in
December 1970.
On April 23, 1971,
organizers of the bank visited
C. M. Van Horn, Regional
Comptroller of the Currency in
his New York office and told
him of their plans to seek a
charter.
Accompanying the
organizers was Charles Emmet
Lucey, a Washington attorney
in the same firm as long-time
Nixon political associate
Murray Chotiner.
The organizers were seven
Yonkers area business and
professional men. Abplanalp
has never been listed as an
organizer or director.
The application, dated June
1, 1971, was formally received
by the comptroller's office
Aug. 11, 1971. After
processing, investigating, and
approvals by lower level
officials, the charter
application was signed by
William Camp, then
Comptroller of the Currency.
The bank opened for
business May 13, 1972.
In mir.,)ecember 1972,
bank organizer, director and
secretary Griffin concluded the
purchase of two residential lots


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report for the firt tme. From left are: Tm Jons,
managing director of the l rnatlonal Hotel M. Se11,
senior ve prsdeMnt and genera manager of American
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dIvilat W. Waters, corporate .necutive v president;
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ByT IET ROMMERS asking the court to rule that been given permission I
(AP-AuT H E H A G U E the test series violates intervene in the caae with wha
International Court l Usti.e international law and the are expected to be i
that fallout from French charter of the United Nations. objections against the test
nuclear tests in the Pacificwill Thego t of also court informants said.
pose health and environmental
hazards for the Australian
people that are impossible to
forecast.
"There is a real risk that
serious harm could be suffered
by Australia and its population
as a result of further tests,"
declared Australian
Solicitor-General Robert J.
Ellicott.
Ellicott presented Australia's
objections to the French
atmospheric Nuclear
Programme on the second day
of the world court hearing,
called to hear submissions by
dissenting countries.
He said it was "unthinkable"
that France should refuse to
attend the proceedings and
contended that few orders of
the court "will be more closely
scrutinized" the world over
than its eventual ruling on the
legality of nuclear weapon
testing in the atmosphere.
Australia, backed by New
Zealand, is seeking an
injunction against the
forthcoming nuclear series
planned by the Frencn on the
deserted Pacific atoll of
Mururoa.
The two countries are '


the five houses in the Florida,
White House compound at Key "
Biscayne. %
In Yonkers, Griffin is *snior
partner in a law firm and has
been active in state and local
politics. He has done legal
business for Abplanalp and for
Precision Valve Corp., a firm
solely owned by Abplanalp.
The company is the world's
leading producer of aerosol
spray valves.
In seeking the charter, the
organizers stressed that theirs
would be the only locally
owned bank in Yonkers. A
spokesman for Abplanalp
noted that a number of
precision valve employees own
bank stock.
Officials at various levels in
the application process
generally spoke favourably of
the organizers and their
application. No public hearing
was held since no substantial
opposition was raised to the
proposed charter.
John R. Helmers, the bank
examiner who made the initial
investigation, approved the
application, but said in his
report there is "no real need,
other than being the only
independent bank in the area."

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L OMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side


1973
No. 314


IN THE MATTER OF Ridge Trading Company
Limited
AND IN THE MATTER OF The Companies Act


Notice is hereby given that a Petition presented
to the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on
the 25th May, 1973, for confirming the Reduction
of the Capital of the above-named Company from
$28,600 to $7,867.86 by cancelling 14,498 shares
in the Capital of the Company belonging to Mrs.
Adelaide Bacardi de Dorion and transferring to her
the proportion of the assets of the Company
corresponding to the value of the said shares, is
directed to be heard before Mr. Justice James
Smith on Friday the Twenty-ninth day of June
1973, at 10 a.m.
Any Creditor or Shareholder of the said
Company desiring to oppose the making of an
Order for confirmation of the said reduction of
capital should appear at the time of hearing by
himself or his Counsel for that purpose.

A copy of the Petition will be furnished to any
person requiring the same by the undersigned on
payment of the regulated charge for the same.

DATED the 2nd day of June, 1973.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Company
Sandringham House
S83 Shirley Street
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BAHAMAS UNDER-
WATER CLUB members
helping with the
Independence Clean-Up
Campaign cleaned the shallow
waters off seven popular
Nassau swimming beaches.
About one ton of trash
Including broken bottles, beer
and soda cans, fishing lines
and hooks, bicycle tyres and
even an electric motor were
removed by club members
one Saturday morning alone.
Working in coordination with
the Lions Club, the Bahamas
Underwater Club cleaned up
the waters while the Lions
cleaned up the trash off the
beaches. Pictured cleaning the
public beach waters off West
Bay Street are: Mike
Chappell, David Andrews,
Pam Watts, club president
John Hudson, vice president
Tony Treco and two
unidentified young helpers.
QUEEN APPEALS THAT
FRIENDSHIP BE KEPT ALIVE
LONDON (AP)- Queen
Elizabeth II, in an Eve of
Commonwealth Day message,
appealed Friday for friendship
between Commonwealth countries
to be kept alive.
"The Commonwealth is not for
governments, or statesmen alone,"
she said. "It is for the people, for
all the people of the
Commonwealth. The
Commonwealth will be what its
people will it to be."
The Queen said the
Commonwealth, of which she is
head, "provides us us with practical
opportunities to co-operate, to
serve each other and to break down
the fences between people."
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DRUGS PROBLEM
OPPOSITION Leader
Kendal Isaacs recommended
Wednesday that a House
committee investigating the use
and sale of drugs should enlist
the aid of the Bahamas Mental
Health and other organizations
who had some experience or
interest in dealing with the
problem.
"If we approach this from a
purely law enforcement point
of view I don't think we will
have much success," Mr. Isaacs
said. "We must recognize that
it is a deep-rooted social
problem and the public should
be made aware that it is not in
the best interests of the
community."
Mr. Isaacs emphasized that
this was not a partisan problem
and urged that the leaders of
the country be realistic. "If we
can get to the bottom of this
problem we will do a service to
the community and possibly
the world at large."
The problem of drugs, he
continued, was not so much
one of law enforcement but a
very fundamental problem that
existed in most countries of
the world.
It was not confined to any
particular strata of Bahamian
society or any geographical
area. "My information is that
this problem exists at almost
every social level and in every
part of New Providence if not
the Bahamas," he said.
Mr. Isaacs could see no
justification for legalising the
use of marijuana as there was
always the danger that young
people could be easily
persuaded to try something
harder.
"The hard pusher is not
confined just to marijuana. The
person who would push drugs
to school children has no
conscience and would put a
person on to any drug he has
to push. This is one of the
main dangers in toleratin,' he
use of marijuana," Mr. Isaacs
declared.
Certain institutions like the
Mental Health Association and
the Kiwanis had had campaigns
tq .ak people aware of the
dancers 'of drugs, and he'
recommended that the


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BEAUTIFY YOUR ISLAND: Young and old turn out in
a cleanup campaign in the South Beach area to clean their
area. At upper left the people of Montell Heights beautify
their area. A bulldozer blade was used at upper right and
more Montel Heights workers are shown at lower right. At
lower left, the children of the C. H. Reeves School on
Robinson Road clean up the area around their school.
PHOTO: Wendell Cleare


committee make use of their
services.
He was supported in this by
Education Minister Livingstone
Coakley who pointed out that
his Ministry was involved in a
comprehensive programme
concerning the use of drugs in
the schools.
"We have found that by
cooperating with these
organizations we have been
able to uncover a lot of
information that would be
helpful in the future," Mr.
Coakley said.
He assured the committee
that he welcomed this other
facet which could bring light
from other areas that had not
been tapped.
WOMEN'S GUILD
MEETING TOMORROW
THE MONTHLY Meeting of
the Women's Catholic Guild,
scheduled for 11 a.m.
tomorrow at St. Paul the
Apostle, Lyford Cay, will be
held at 9 a.m. instead.



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A COLOURFUL fairyland
of flowered terraces, lush green
lawns and tiny lakes filled from
mini waterfalls will be opened a i
to the public on June 24, it
was announced by the lion. A small thatched she
Carlton E. Francis, Minister of benches faces a
Development. tumbling into a lily po
The Nassau Botanic Garden, There are four te
on Chippingham Road just off flowers and exotic tr
West Bay Street will open its grotto with the enti
rates for tourists and local decorated by conc
residents to enjoy the cool High atop the fourth
tropical setting of exotic trees the shadow of the wal
and a dazzling array of flowers. Charlotte is another
There is a grassy sunken shelter. Nearby,
garden immediately inside the waterfall begins its rai
main gate surrounded by series of steps into a
fountains and tropical growth. in the shape


Garden to open June 24


clter with
waterfall
)nd.
rraces of
ees and a
re ceiling
h shells.
terrace in
Is of Fort
thatched
another
ce down a
lake built
of New


Providence.
There is a network of
narrow flagstone walks with
low native stone walls
wandering throughout the
gardens. All the masonry work
was done by Eldon Heastie,
mason and Alex Brown,
according to Mr. William Neil,
curator of the gardens.
Along the paths are signs
indicating the routes that will
guide people through the
gardens and to the exit.


The gardens, formerly the
Ministry of Agriculture's
Chippingham Experimental
Station, raise their own
ornamental flowers as well as a
number of citrus trees. Mr. Neil
said that every flower known
in the Bahamas, plus numerous
others, are growing in the
gardens.
At the southern part of the
gardens, there is presently a
inach kiosk and shelter under
construction. There is a total
of four shelters in the 10-acre
area.
The Botanic Garden is being
developed and operated by the
Department of Agriculture of
the Ministry of Development.
LOVERS LANE
NOW ONE WAY
LOVERS Lane, between
East Shirley and Dowdeswell
Streets has been made one way
with the traffic flowing north,
it was announced by Mr. Ralph
Wood, Comptroller of Road
Traffic. The lane became
one-way on Thursday.


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS


COINS FOR INDEPENDENCE


$20, and $10. Also to be
minted Is a $10 silver proof
coin by the Franklin Mint,
which will be sold individually
as will the $50 gold coin.
Mr. Donaldson said the $100
piece will carry the coat of
arms the $50 the Bahamian
spiny lobster, the $20 the
flamingo and the $10 the
tobacco dove.
The designs for the coins


A SET OF FOUR GOLD
COINS is to be minted by the
Royal Canadian Mint to
commemorate the
independence of the Bahamas
on July 10.
Making the announcement
at a press conference Friday
Monetary Authority chairnmaw,
T. Baswell Donaldson said the
Coins would be denominated
in the amount of $100, $50,


were recommended by the
Monetary Authority and
approved by the government.
"The coins are expected to
arrive in the Bahamas by the
end of June and we expect to
have enough on hand to satisfy
demand." He could not say
whether the pieces would aelI
at face value or slightly higher
because of the increased cost
of gold.


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7. Overjoy
12. Antiseptic
13. Shield
14. Apex
15. Highways
16. Gaelic sea god
17. Golf hole
18. Constitution
21. Agile
25. Shack
26. Glace
28. Regret
29. Majority


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31. Anything
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32. Harbor
34. Charges with
gas
36. Humor
38. Choler
39. Bowl
42. Shouted
45. Advanced
46. White
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19. French author
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M's reminder: 'are


you doing your part for your country &


i MINISTER LYNDEN PINDUNG in a broadcast over
* ZNS ltursday night told Bahamians that they could not
Igir "eyes to the fact that there have been instances where
Ite vice amd attitudes of workers have not been up to the
gan mdw."


Pindlfng was discussing
Summer and the
ties of tourism. He
that the "volume of visitor
during the winter
was below our
expectations."
I. pointed out that
dquate and too costly
= ud transportation from the
-isks have contributed to the
dePne in sea arrivals in
FBIport." He said "care must
1 taken that this is not
minded to the airports in
d Bahama or to docks and
of Nassau."
following g is the full text
r. Pindling's address:
FELLOW BAHAMIANS:
.0od evening! Many of you
gr preparing to enjoy a long
holiday weekend. Some will
observe Labour Day, on June
first, in a ceremonial manner
a aitting a nation of
industrious workers but others
will be on the job as usual. On
third, all of us should be
Orare of the quickening tempo
of Bahamian life as we begin
t" third year of our great
imer festival, Bahamas
mbay Summer. Continuing
*tough our Independence
o.ebrations and until
oSptember ninth, Goombay
46tmamer will hold sway over
&ur Commonwealth of Islands,
capturing the attention of


visitors and residents alike.
Indeed, the element which
distinguishes Goombay
Summer from other tourism
promotions is that it creates a
people-to-people awarenen
that gives our visitors an
opportunity to get to know us
at close range and to gain a
greater insight into our culture,
our traditions and our island
ways. The other side of the
coin is that we learn to know
our visitors a little better, to
get beneath the surface and to
find that with all the
differences that distinguish
people there still are some
striking similarities that bind
all of us together.
- This is a good thing to know.
In our islands tourism has had
a dominant role in our lives for
many years, and we
confidently expect and
sincerely hope that it will
continue to thrive for many
more years and provide the
broad base upon which our
economy rests. The Ministry of
Tourism has just completed a
new motion picture with a
rather intriguing theme. It is
called, "Play It Cool, Man, Play
It Friendly". The original
music was written, played and
sung by Ronnie and the
Ramblers, so you know it's
really together. I hope that all
of you will have an


We are pleased to advise all our customers
that effective Tuesday, 5th June, 1973, our
New Town Depot will be open adjoining the
Shell Offices on Thompson Boulevard. The
Mackey Street Depot will close from that
date.
All orders for bulk products, packed stocks,
tyres and specialities should be placed
through the following telephone numbers.
2-2288


2-3252
Box Number N-3717 remains


.[ Our Post Office
unchanged.


The "White Dot"
marks
a gift of pride.

Pride in giving, pride in receiving, pride in
possessing. Never more evident than when
the gift is from the "White Dot" collection by
Sheaffer. Brilliant chrome presentation set,
distinctively chased for a streamlined look.
Crafted in the tradition of the world's finest
writing instruments. Matching pen, ballpoint
and pencil.


PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING
... at ZNS microphones talking about Goombay Summer 1973


opportunity to see this motion
picture either at a local theatre
or at one of the many private
showings it will have because it
tells us how important tourism
is in keeping our Bahamas right
up at the top as a leading resort
destination.
The Ministry of Tourism also
has another new promotional
motion picture, called
"Goombay Holiday". This one
is designed to attract
prospective visitors to our
shores during the months of
the big summer festival. Once
they are here, the rest is up to
us, you and me.
With just a few short weeks
to go before our Independence


Day celebration on July 10,
there is added incentive for all
Bahamians to present to the
world a countenance of pride,
with satisfaction in the
knowledge that our tiny
nation, populated by fewer
than 200,000 people, is host
every year to more than 1
million visitors. Each day, at
Nassau International Airport
and Prince George Wharf, sleek
jet aircraft and giant cruise
ships respectively bring
thousands of new tourists to
sample our attractions. Just
last week seven ships berthed
at Rawson Square in one day,
bringing more than 4,000
passengers to fan out through
the Straw Market and along


Bay Street. Sif
scenes may be not
in Freeport and
Island.
JOINS L
Lufthansa Gern
last month joined
international car
the Bahamas
scheduled stop wi
Nassau three tir
from Frankfurt a
And very soon o
Carrier, Bahamasa
daily service link
islands and adding
seats on the Florid
Oftimes, good
tempered by adv
and this is true of


Bahamas gets spirit of


Goombay Summer for '7V


THERE'S going to be
another Goombay Summer and
it starts in Nassau this holiday
weekend June 3.
Bahamas Goombay Summer
'73 officially opens on Sunday
and will run until September 9.
The 13-week people-to-people
programme which was
introduced in 1971 is
sponsored by the Bahamas
Ministry of Tourism, the
Nassau and Paradise Island
Promotion Board, the
Freeport/Lucaya Tourist and
Convention Board, the
Bahamas Hotel Association and
the Bahamas Out Islands
Association. Like the
Goombay Summers of 1971
and 1972, Bahamas Goombay
Summer '73 will be the effort
of every segment of the tourist
industry in the Bahamas.
Goombay Summer is
designed to expose the visitor
to Bahamian culture and all
facets of the Bahamian way of
life the religious heritage, the
goombay music, the Bahamian
cuisine and the folklore
depicting the colourful past
from the landfall of
Christopher Columbus in 1492
to the present day life. It is
also designed to give the tourist
value for money spent during
his stay.
During the past six weeks,
Bahamas Goombay Summer
'73 has been advertised
extensively on television, radio
and in newspapers in the major
cities of the United States and
Canada. The big advertising
push will continue in the weeks
ahead. The film "Goombay
Holiday", shot on location in
the Bahamas during the height
of Goombay Summer last year,
shows what Goombay Summer
is all about. The film has been
shown locally and at 140
seminars in the U.S. and
Canada for travel agents and
airline personnel.
As an added push to
Goombay Summer '73, more
than 400 top travel agents
from North America will arrive
in the Bahamas next week to
get a first hand look at the
joys, pleasures and excitement
Goombay Summer has to offer
their prospective clients. An
action-filled itinerary is being
planned for the agents in
Nassau, Freeport and in the
Out Islands.


THANKSGIVING
Kicking off the Goombay
Summer '73 this weekend will
be a re-dedication and
thanksgiving service arranged
and conducted by members of
the Bahamas Christian Council
at St. John's Baptist Cathedral,
Meeting Street. Taking part in
the service, which will be


carried live on Radio Bahamas
(Z9S), "will be Dr. R. E.
Cooper, chairman of the
Council, the Lord Bishop of
Nassau and the Bahamas, the
Rt. Rev. Michael Eldon; the
Roman Catholic Bishop of
Nassau, the Most Rev. Paul
Leonard Hagarty, Canon
William Thompson, Rector of
St. Agnes Church,the Rev. K.
Josey of the Church of God,
and the Minister of Tourism,
the Hon. Clement T. Maynard.
A similar service will take place
on Sunday afternoon at Mary
Star of Sea Church, Freeport.
Other Goombay Summer
activities planned for the
summer are as follows:
Every Monday at noon, a


fashion show wit
models taking par
I'. Every Tu
parties at Cabl
Paradise Island B
Every Wed
Bay Street will
into a shopping
Royal Bahamas
will perform.
9 Every Thu
folklore show w
Bahamia Hal
Government High
And every
the colourful pa
place down Bay S
Freeport has al
exciting Goomi
programme and
Out Islands are
into the Goombay


is of any large business. In ou.
own case, the volume of visitor
traffic during the winter
months was below our
expectations. The same was
true for many of our sister
resort nations to the south of
us. As a result, we are looking
to our Goombay Summer
promotion for some
improvement in this situation
during the 14-day period of
the Festival. Tourism, a highly
competitive business, is getting
to be more so every day, and
that is why your role is so
vitally important. New and less
expensive resort destinations
are being rapidly developed in
the Atlantic, in the Pacific and
in Africa. There is widespread
belief throughout the industry
that civil disorders, threats of
civil disorder and the negative
comments about the service
and attitudes of some of the
people who work in tourism
sector have significantly
contributed to this. We know
that in our case we have been
free of civil disorder but we
cannot close our eyes to the
fact that there have been
instances where both the
service and attitudes of
Workers have not been up to
the usual standard. We know
too that inadequate and too
costly ground transportation
nilar arrival from the docks have
ted every day contributed to the decline in
the Family sea arrivals in Freeport and
care must be taken that this is
1ST not extended to the airports in
man Airlines Grand Bahama or to docks and
d the list of airports of Nassau.
riers making We also know that the
a regular complaints about service and
ith service to attitudes are generated by the
mes a week small minority of our people,
and Cologne. but, unfortunately it is this
ur own Flag small minority which will make
ir, will begin or break our reputation. This
ing our own situation must be arrested.
ig additional I have often devoted
la route. thought to the various tourist
d news is destinations of the world I've
verse factors visited and wondered what
tourism as it might be the most important
ingredient of their "product"
that is, what does a country
have to sell that a prospective
visitor most wants to buy.
Remembering that many
Resorts can and do offer the
3 same natural elements as we do
sun, sand, and sea or the
same man-made attributes -
h Bahamian hotels, shops and casinos -
t. then the one thing that must
tuesday, beach make the difference is superb
e Beach and service performed in a cordial
each. atmosphere. Those Bahamians
Inesday night, who have hang-ups and feel
be converted that they have got it made just
mall and the because they are Bahamians
Police Band should realise that we haven't
got it made and Bahamians,
rsday night a who by nature are warm and
vill be held at friendly, can succeed in making
1 of the it if only they would make
h School. each and every visitor to our
Friday night, islands want to return and
trade will take bring their friends with them.
Street. One of the things that I like
lso planned an best about Goombay Summer
bay Summer is that it gives us an
many of the opportunity to show our
also getting country and ourselves as we
y spirit. really are, and not as just


another "plastic" resort where
cosmetics have been applied to
cover the ugly blemishes. We
believe and hope that
Goombay Summer is a learning
experience as well as a time for
leisure and enjoyment. It is the
culture of the Bahamian
people that serves as the
feature around which
Goombay Summer unfolds.
If Goombay Summer is as
big a success this year as it was
last, then our visitors will go
.back to their homes and tell
everyone what a sense of pride
one finds in the Bahamas ... a
country where people work
together for the benefit of all.


Everyone of us ha a
responsibility as a Bahamian to
sell the Bahamas. No matter
what our job is ... we are
contributing to the sucom of
the country. So ... once n
... I am asking that we all work
'together ... that we al
participate together ... to asked
Bahamas Goombay Summer a
rewarding experience. And la
particular this independence
year ... we must answer the
question: As responsible
citizens of an emerging nation,
are we doing all we can to
make Bahamas Goombay
Summer '73 a succeasfl
festival?'


COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMA ISLAND 1973
IN THE SUPREME COURT No. 169
Equity Side

IN THE MATTER OF Berry Islands
Development Company (Bahamas) Limited

AND

IN THE MATTER OF The Companies Act, 1862

NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition for
winding-up of the above-named Company by the
Supreme Court was on the 21st day of March,
1973 presented to the said Court by Price
Waterhouse & Co. (a Firm), Griffiths & Hodgkins
(a Firm) and John C. Chester Industrial Finance
Company Limited, all of Freeport in the Island of
Grand Bahama, Creditors of the Company, and
that the said Petition is directed to be heard before
His Lordship Sir William Gordon Bryce Kt., in
the Supreme Court on the 18th day of June 1973
at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon; and any Creditor

or contributory of the said Company desirous to
oppose the making of an Order for the winding-up
of the said Company under the above Act may
appear at the time of hearing by himself or his
Counsel for that purpose; and a copy of the
Petition will be forwarded to any Creditor or
contributory of the said Company requiring the'
same by the undersigned on the payment of the
registered charge for the same.
CALLENDEIp, ORR, PYFROM & ROBERTS
Chambers
Mosmar Building, Queen Street
Nassau, Bahamas

NOTE:
Any person who intends to appear on the
hearing of the said Petition must serve or send by
post to the above-named, notice in writing of his
intention to so do. The notice must state the name
and address of the person, or, if a firm the name
and address of the firm and must be signed by the
person or firm, or his or their Attorney (if any)
and must be served, or if posted, must be sent by
post in sufficient time to reach the above-named
not later than 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon of the
15th day of June A.D., 1973.


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SHIRLEY STREET THEATRE


. NOW SHOWING THRU
THURSDAY, "SOYLENT
GREEN" matinees at 3:00 and
4:SS, evening 9:00. Suggested
for mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's
futuristic suspense film,
"Soylent Green," has more
than a casual ring of truth
regarding what life on the
planet Earth will be like in the
year 2022.
The film. starring Charlton
Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young
and Edward G. Robinson takes
place in New York City 50
years from now and is a drama
of survival in a world faced
with over-population and
man's destruction of his own
environment.
The screen-play for the
Walter Seltzer-Russell Thacher
production was written by
Stanley R. Greenberg from a
novel by Harry Harrison.
Harrison coined the word
"Soylent" from a combination
of soy and lentil beans.
According to the story, one
of the gravest problems of the
day is the lack of food with
41,000,000 people living on
Manhattan Island alone. Every
Tuesday is Soylent Green Day,
proclaimed by the governor of


AV 0UY


people line up to receive a
ration of the green wafer
which, other than black market
food reserved for the very rich.
is the only staple food
available.
Recently, Reuters news
dispatch from London carried
the lead, "Steak a latest tube,
chicken a laboratory the
science fiction menu is coming


film, the Soylent
Company ,
rers of the nrincinal


nearer."
In the
G reen
manufactu


Charlton Heston as a police in
vestigator becomes romantically
involved with a murdered man's
"furniture" played by Leigh Tay-
lor-Young in MGM's futuristic
einennea film "Snulsnt Green "


food supply for half the world,
is purportedly making the food
from high energy plankton
gathered from the oceans of
the world.
In the film, Heston plays the
part of a police investigator
who becomes romantically
involved with a murdered
man's "furniture."
STARTS FRIDAY, "THE
THIEF WHO CAME TO
DINNER," matinees at 3:00
and 5:00, evening 9:00.
Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
"The Thief Who Came To
Dinner," a Warner Brothers
film, stars actor Ryan 0' Neal
as a drop-out computer analyst
who decides to change his
profession to a more exciting
one as an honest jewel thief.
Portraying a young,
personable and bright divorce,
he makes his first heist in a
mansion which belongs to a
Houston millionaire. Scaling
the walls with ropes and armed
with a glass-cutter, he quickens
his pace once inside as he is
interrupted by the madame of
the house when he is about to
lay hands on her jewels.
She arrives with her loves.


WULFF ROAD


NOW SHOWING THRU
MONDAY, "THE
MECHANIC" plus "BLOOD
FROM THE MUMMY'S
TOMB," Sunday showings
continuous from 5:00. Monday
matinee continuous from 1:45,
evenings 8:30. Suggested for
mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
Charles Bronson stars in the
United Artists' release "The
Mechanic," which also features
Jan-Michael Vincent as his
assistant.
Bronson plays the role of a
professional assassin in this
rapid-paced story of a man
who has more than a hundred
ways to kill. They all work,
hence his nickname.
It represents British director
Michael Winner's first
Hollywood film, and Bronson
takes the title role.


,...... ...E-
Also featured in the movie RYAN O'NEAL and JACOUELINE ISSET are bright people
based on the novel by Terrence having a beautiful tim In burglary and In love In "The Thief Who
L. Smith, are Jacqueline Bisset, Came to Dinner," the Warner Bros. flii opening--at the -
as a society girl who finds love Theatre. Warren Oates also stars In t&e Bud Yorkln-Monnan Lear
and a lot of trouble with the Production, based on the lively novml by Terrence L. Smith.
classy burglar, Warren Oates as Yorkln, who makes such top-rated TV comedies as "All In The
a sharp insurance investigator Family" and "Sanford & Son," dlrectnd the film from a screen-
and Charles Cioffi. play by Walter Hill.
WA GIRLS

T PARTY FOR


Daddy's money oils


the skids for fiance

By Abigail Van Buren
0 197n By Chica Trillne-N. Y. News SyL., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I am a 19-year-old girl with a broken
heart. I met Rick in college at the beginning of the year.
We fell in love and planned to be married this summer.
Rick is a graduate student.
My daddy is In oil and has a lot of money, but I wish
we were poor because Daddy's money is what caused my
problem.
When Rick went to talk to Daddy about marrying me,
Daddy asked Rick to meet him at his office. Daddy had a
lawyer there with some papers for Rick to sign, saying if
the marriage didn't work out Rick wouldn't get any of my
money I'll be getting when I turn 21.
Rick wouldn't sign anything, instead he called me up
and said he didn't want any part of a family like mine, so
now I am without a boy friend.
My daddy said if Rick really loved me he would have
signed those papers. I told my Daddy he had no right to
ask Rick to sign anything.
Please tell me what you think about all this? I don't
have a mother. CRYING MY EYES OUT
DEAR CRYING: Your father should have talked it over
with you first. But if 1ick gave you up Just like that, your
daddy could have been right. Dry your tears, honey. Rick
could be back.

DEAR ABBY: Because my husband and I are unable to
have children of our own, we applied as foster parents thru
our state welfare department.
Our first child was a teen-age girl, fresh out of a girls'
correctional institution. It was a frustrating experience for
us-and for her, too. After admitting our failure, the case-
worker removed her from our care and gave us another
foster child. Since then, we have had many, mostly teen-
agers. Many we've helped. A few we have not, but those
we've helped have more than compensated for the others.
Abby, you wouldn't believe the number of friends and
relatives who ask us- "Why do you take in those damaged
kids who have been abused and kicked around and taught
to lie and cheat? If they were your OWN, you'd have to put
up with them, but you're crazy to ask for unnecessary
headaches. Can you really love those kids?"
Our reply: "Most of our children are just like your
children, with one exception. Our children have been denied
the love and unrstnding of their natural parents. We
have tried to provide them with that love and understand-
ing. If you sad your spouse were to suddenly die, and
neither friends nor relatives wanted to take on 'unneces.
sary headaches,' what would happen to your children? I
guarantee you, we could love them as easily as we love
the children we now have."
What else can we say, Abby? FOSTER PARENTS
DEAR PARRNTIt Neting. You've said it all. And
beautifully.


Pilema Teal fed biter It you get It af yewr eest.
Ve' a persmsal rmpy. wril. o A YMT: Be Ne. M., L. A.,
Cae. amss asmpe, setlf.aiirUess emvelae.


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NIXON WANTS

*-YEAR TERM

FOR PRESIDENTS


By CARL P. LEUBSDORF
WASHINGTON (AP) -
President Nixon told
congressional leaders recently
he thinks a proposed
commission on election reform
should study a single six-year
term for presidents and
four-year terms for House
members.
Nixon's suggestion was
reported to newsmen by
Senate Democratic Leader
Mike Mansfield, a longtime
supporter of a single six-year
term for the president, and
Republican Leader Hugh Scott,
after a White House briefing.
Mansfield said Nixon raised
the single six-year term issue as
a subject for consideration by
the 17-member bipartisan
coinmission he is proposing to
study election reform
proposals in the wake of the
Watergate and related scandals.
However, he said the proposal
won't be one of the specific
recommendations by the
president.
Nixon indicated that both
the late President Dwight D.
Eisenhower and Lyndon B.
Johnson approved of a single,
six-year presidential term,
Mansfield said.
Any proposal to change the
length of presidential or
congressional terms would
require a constitutional
amendment. The 22nd
amendment to the constitution
limited a president to two
four-year terms, or a total of
10 years in office for a
president who came into office
at midterm.
House terms now run two
years, senate terms six years.
Scott said Nixon's message
to Congress urging creation of
the commission would also
include a number of other
reform proposals.
These include new
restrictions on campaign
contributions and spending,
free radio and television time
for candidates, new disclosure
rules and creation of a
bipartisan election commission
to enforce the rules.
Mansfield- called Nixon's
proposal for a commission "a
step in the-right direction" and
noted th e president made
clear he didn't want other
election reform moves held up
while it makes its studies.
Neither leader indicated
when the president's message
would be sent to Congress but
they said it would provide for a
report by Dec. 1.

SUN
Rise. 5:20a.m.
Sets 6:55 p.m.


WBA HOSTESS
IT -VAS A FESTIVE scene at the
Anchorage Hotel on West Bay
Street recently when stewardesses
dnd other BWA personnel got
together to celebrate the birthday
of omIe of their team-members-
Elilrabeth Knowles.
Ori ginally planned for the new
tonve- naion facility on the first
floor of the hotel, the party was
move j downstairs to the Main Deck
dining room to accommodate the
unusually large number of
well-%wishers who attended the
event".
Cuaxrrently a senior stewardess
wth the airline, Miss Knowles
Joined Bahamas World in November
of least year, and since then has
done extensive travelling to various
parts of the world, including
Bangecuk, Paris, Dublin and
'. Madagascar.
; Mflss Knowles said that she
s"r-m'led her role with BWA as a
pcrsc3nl challenge.
"T'he people at BWA", she said,
"are faced with the job of building
a Baahamnlan airline offering first
rate service. Each of us has a
personal responsibility to make the
airline a successful one."
Slme said that when she joined the
coripany in November, there were
only fifteen stewardesses. The
nuantler has since increased to 45.
Awniong those attending the
function at the Anchorage, were
the Hon. Livingstone Coakley,
Minister of Education and Culture,
and Mr. Everette Bannister,
cha-isman of the Board of Bahamas
World Airlines.
TMie Anchorage Hotel is the sister
organization of Bahamas World
Airifnes, and the two companies
work jointly in supplying package
req.u irements for many BWA
travellenrs to the Bahamas.
Pictured at the celebration are
left to right: Nadine Rolle, Joy
Ads ans, Debbie Isaacs, Ancilla
Loclkhart, Miss Knowles, Margaret
Feracuson, Val Martinborough,
Lin:ca Dupuch and Lucille Jolly, all


SAVOY

THEATRE
SATURDAY NIGHT AND
SUNDAY, "THE COM
PANEROS," pius "A MAN
CLALED SLEDGE."
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
"Pancho Villa," plus "A Fine
Pair" matinees continuous
from 2:15, evening 9:00. Plus
late feature Tuesday night.
Rock Hudson and Claudia
Cardinale, who wallowed
together in the Florida
Everglades for "Blindfold" are
provided with more
glamourous stamping grounds
in this pleasant re-teaming for
National General and Cinema
Centre Films release "A Fine
Pair."
Hudson portrays a New
York detective with slipping
ethics as he accompanies the
extremely healthy Miss
Cardinale on a series of jewel
robberies through Austria and
Italy.
"A Fine Pair" also stars
Tomas Milian, Leon Askin,
Ellen Corby, Walter Giller and
Guido Alberti.


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THEATRE
Other players include1
Keenam Wynn, Jill Ireland and
Linda Ridgeway. The original
screenplay by Lewis Joh
Carlino was produced by fwi
Winkler and Robert Chartoff
It is through release by Unite
Artists. .," "
Most of the film was setin
the city of Los Angeles, whe,,
the car is king. Therefore-it Is:
not surprising that fast caralirf
motorcycle chases play a'vitl
part in the pictures' action._
STARTS TUESDAYY,
"WONDER WOMEN" h*W
"DON'T RAISE TI.t
BRIDGE, LOWER Ite
RIVER," matinee continup4s
from 2:00, evening -4.
Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
American get-rich-quick
schemers have a hell of a time
when their new-fan*0el
modern inventions So awry In
Britain. Produced by Walter
Shenson, this comedy drama,
"Don't Raise the Bridge,
Lower the River," stars Jerry
Lewis as a fast buck operator
in London who wonders wlny
his wife gets angry when aiLhe
did was to turn her ancestral
home into a Chinese
discotheque!
"Don't Raise The Brid'e,
Lower The Ricver" was filmed
in London from a screenplay
by Max Wilk about :an
American operator whose
grandiose get-rich-quick
schemes keep him in constant
hot water with his British *ife,
his friends, his enemies .. afld
with girls.
Also starring in the filni Is
lovely Jacqueline Pearce as the
young estranged British wif
Others in the cast of "0
Colombia Pictures release in
technicolour are Terry-Thomas
and Bernard Cribbins.


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ESTATE FOR RENT CARS FOR SALE MARINE SUPPLIES MIIR IELP WANTED HELP W IIS


' W Tt. WATERFRONT. two
wMuses,, swimming pool, boat
house and ramp. Fully
,Furlished, and equipped.
Qreen Turtle Cay. Telephone
52168.

'.,ACO land for sale, water
.tlficato of Title 120 acres.
tift offer. Cash. Call 23133
Ialytlme.

e-10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
ptcr 2 storey building In rear,
large spacious building in front.
$9S,700. Call 5-1623.
C9862
COMPANY with right of
purchase approximately 1000
acres. Great Abaco. Interested
parties write: P. O. Box
1N4305, Nassau.
C9996
FOR SALE
,NASSAU EAST house with
three bedrooms 2 baths,
furnished. Maids quarters lot
12,0 by 120. Manicured lawn.
Asking $39,500.00.
Mortgage established with
payments monthly $281 -
el1een years term. Need only
$15,500.00 to close deal.

.OAKES FIELD AREA -split
level house, has 5 bedrooms 3
baths, bisic furniture with 2
kitchens. Spacious enclosed
grounds, near school and
stopping centre. Asking only
$45,000.00 Owner might
consider financing.
-AN ESTATE OUT EAST.
Kingsize pool delightful
Ptio. 2 acres of grounds -
fi fruited has four
b ooms 3 baths, even a
it. Plus 2 extra rooms for
expected guests. Plus
Slency for In-laws pool
0 42 by 16 depth up to 9
1* HEATED. Sauna bath,
own a smoke-house for curing
fk or meat. Delightful for
family and high class
qplrtaining ... See by
IMjflntment. Price below
eduction costs.
ACTION DIAL THE
j LTORS WITH THE BEST
sTINGS -
DMIANOS we sell real
es Ring 22033, 22305,
22307, evening 41197.
C9875
FOR SALE AT ONCE --
Owners must sell! A wonderful
opportunity. The large
spacious home on hilltop at
Shirley Park Avenue. No
reasonable offer will be
refused. Subject to a reserved
price. Income property. Cash
,only. Call: R. J. Smollet
G Information phone 58033
*o1r night.
5
me in Shirley Park for sale.
1ird house on right driving in.
Fr information write to
ciwald Roberts, P. 0. Box
58, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
C30014
T WITH HOUSE on corner
ot Dunmore Lane and
Ilpwdeswell Street. 22% below
Government assessed value.
PIonp 22507 (days) 42045
(qevlngs).

C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
d Ing, family, kitchen, double
Garage and utility room on
lots of land, wall to wall
crpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
1x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bring fruit trees central
airconditloned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10024
HARMONY HILL
Owner leaving wish to sell 4
bedroom 3 bathroom house
l~iuding 4 one and 2 bedroom
a Ttments. All completely
ftnlshed, 3 patios, spacious
g lnds. Present monthly
If ome $1,550. For further
d talls call 31328.
C 0039


FOR SALE
By OWNER
Hiuse In Highland Park. 3
blooms, 2 bath, living,
dftlng, kitchen, family room
adid carport, utility rooms, on
2: lots of land beautifully
finished, wall to wall carpet
aid drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
ortunity. To view
phone 2-1722-3.
i243

IM ILLIN ?

for efficient friendly
dvlce on Worldwide
stinatlions by Airline or
jteamshlps. Contact
iUNDYTOURSat 24512.



,ApMOYMD PA g- AgNIn


C10034
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 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.


C9910
3 BEDROOM 2 batn
completely furnished home,
Nassau East, near school.
Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.
C9973
HILLCREST TOWERS
spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $385
per month. Contact 2-1841
(days) 2-8248 (evenings).
C9959
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bathroom apartment, fully
furnished and equipped,
airconditioning, large balcony,
swimming pool, short or long
term. $445 per month.
Children welcome. Contact
2-1841 (days) 2-8248
(evenings).


C9993
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Office space:- Large and small
suites, airconditioned, and
some fully carpeted in modern
downtown office building.
Competitive rates. Immediate
occupancy. Phone 2-8560.

C9977
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
IN HARMONY HILL Call
3-1328.
C9986
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with
ariconditioning Bamboo
Town. Phone 36959.
C9989
RENTAL REDUCED to $400
per month. 3 bedroom 2 bath
airconditioned, newly;
decorated, completely
furnished. Landscaping service
included. Near St. Andrew's
School. Call owner 4-2095 or
Mrs. Stella Thompson 2-8763.
C9991
2 BEDROOM airconditioned
apartment off Village Road,
fully furnished, carpet,
Television, water included in
rent. Phone 2-4267 (days)
3-2515 (nights).
C10005
PARKING SPACE available by
the month. $25 per month in
the city. Telephone 2-8989 and
5-7905.
C10003
BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
furnished. $300 per month.
Telephone 4-1288.
C10022
AI RECONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10051
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C10052
FURNISHED Luxury one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, carpeted, T.V.
antenna, laundry, parking.
$200.00 Phone 58512.
C10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. Antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C10025
CAREFREE, CABLE BEACH
one bedroom furnished
apartment, pool, beach. $220
per month. Call 31257.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
In uire 4-2017.
C05 |


For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2:4511.


APPROVED CARGO AGEfITh'


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C10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER.
1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTUK%'-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
-- Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER -
Auto. Blue $2100
1971 FORDGALAXIE -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA-.
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
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 $975
Auto.
TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
C10054
1971 FORD PINTO,
automatic, airconditioned, very
good condition. Price $2,500.
Tel 36729.


Crsm


C10020 MP


C10020
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.
CHRIS- CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES
36 foot flybridge diesel all
glass. A complete boat duty
paid. Twin turbo-Perkins
diesels with complete overhaul.
New diesel generator, air
conditioned, deep freeze,
radio, stereo and much more.
Asking $26,000.00
35 foot Chris-Craft flybridge
sport fisherman seaskiff with
twin Chris 200 h.p. V.-8's,
Completely equipped with
Chris, outriggers, generator,
freeze and more, ready to go.
$16,000.00.


r,


C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
-TAT. 2-4777-8.


C100139


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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD- $6860.00
Also available
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
Good condition $2400.00
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
big engine $3100.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER -
stick shift $1150.00
1970 SINGER VOGUE
SEDAN- automatic $950.00
1967 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN-
white $400.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL -
white $400.00.
1967 CADILLAC SEDAN-
good buy +$350.00
1972 VAUXHALL FERENZA-
blue stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR-
green $1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE-
reconditioned $1000.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER--
bargain $1500.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER
G.L.- good buy $2350.00
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA-
automatic $2250.00
1969 CHEVY CAMARO-
reconditioned $1850.00
1969 FORD FALCON-
automatic $1200.00
1972 CHEVY NOVA-
2 door coupe $4400.00
1969 DATSUN S/W-
stick shift $800.00
1969 TRIUMPH -
blue, 2 door,
automatic $1300.00
1969 TOYOTA COROLLA-
yellow $450.00
1968 CHEVY IMPALA-
green 2 door $800
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 34711.


C10018U
1970 AUTOMATIC MORRIS
OXFORD CAR. Telephone
2-1891 or 2-1892 8:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday to Friday ask
for Mr. Dean 4-2964 after 6
p.m. and weekends.
C9997
'66 Mustang Convertible,
power steering. Taxed for '73.,
Excellent condition. $900.00.
Call 3-1973.

PETS FOR SALE
C10017
MUST SELL
Pedigree Dachshund Puppies -
half price. Telephone 4-1485.
C9985
2 POODLES thoroughbred
black miniatures. Male and
female. All shots. Phone 52195
after 2 p.m.

I PETS
C9998
LOVING HOME wanted for
"Tommy", an affectionate,
companionable, neutered Tom
cat. Please phone 78275.



C10015
BROWN MINIATURE DOG.
with brown collar, area of
William's and Shirley Streets.
$100 Reward. Phone 7-8139.

SISA
C9920
68 GMC V-6 % TON
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
airconditioning, radio, 73
Licensing spotless. $2300
O.N.O. Phone 51901 between
9 and 5.
9771 ROBERTS reel to ree4
tape deck 650xD, Scott 386,
AM/FM Receiver.
1971 Pinto airconditioned/
heater, radio, seatbelts, lowI
mileage. Good condition.
$2,500.00 O.N.O.
1 lot 100'X150' Blair Estates.
Phone B. Harris 27680, 9:00 -
5:00 Mor. to Fri.

S ENTERTAINMENT
C9?22
BRIDGE PLAYERS
Duplicate Games every
WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
at 8:00 p.m.sharp.
All local and visiting players
are welcome.
Master Points awarded.
Card Fee $1.50 per person.
If you need a partner, Phone
3-1737 or 7-7722 evenings.
BAHAMAS CONTRACT
BRIDGE CLUB.
C9897
ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL
at
SEAFLOOR AQUARIUM
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY -June
4th.
Children 4-11 yrs. $1.00.
Adults 12 years up $1.75
Good clean fun for the entire
family. Spend the whole day.
Go west Bay Street to
Chippingham Road and follow
the red Dolphin signs.

I MARINE SUPPUES
C10011
1-17ft. Speedboat. 50 H.P..
Mercury engine. $1,000.
Telephone 2-8989 5-7905
C10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
58311.
C10053
23' FORMULA YACHT twin
120 mercruiser engines and
outdrives in excellent
condition. Cabin, two berths,
head, new Bimini Top
$5,000.00. Phone 5-8512.
C10013
17ft. fibreglass speedboat..
$500. Phone D. Russell 24431
from 9-5 Mon- Fri.
C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


Ladies
- just


We now stock "Bain de Sollel"
Sun Tan Products for your
convenience. Have you seen
the 80 cu. ft. 3000 P.S.I.
Aluminum Tanks? New from
U.S. Divers, and Dacor.
All at Nassau's most complete
Dive Shop. West of Pilot House
Club.

P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C10048
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED
P.O. Box 5453.
Nassau, Bahamas.
USED BOATS
29' WOOD SLOOP AUX.
SAILBOAT with dinghy and
Seagull. Excellent condition
S6,000.00


24' SEA RAY
140 h.p.
$11,800.00.


1972 with twin
Mercruisers


24' FJORD with ship-to-shore
fathometer sunlog -
accomodatlons in this boat
difficult to find in a 31'
$13,500.00.
20' BERTRAM SPORTSMAN
(1969) with 160 h.p.
Mercruiser just spent $1,400.
second. engine and outdrive.
$4,750.00
20' BERTRAM BAHIA MAR
with 150 h.p. Mercruisers -
recently antifouled with
auxiliary motor and ship to
shore. $4,500.00.
19' CHRIS CRAFT 1969 with
327 Chevy engine (new) as is
where is $3,300.00
16' FLAGSHIP 1972 with 45
h.p. Chrysler engine. Good
cognitiQn. $2.000.00


C10056


In sad and loving memory of
our dear mother Mrs. Annie
Jcl.nson who departed this life
June 1st 1972.
Safe in the arms of Jesus
Safe on His gentle breast
Mother dear we love you
But Jesus loves you best.
Left to mourn: Three
daughters, 2 sons and a host of
relatives and frieand.
I C10055


..C 10021
THIS is to inform the public
that Mr. David Miller is no
longer employed by Central
Garage Limited, and we would
not be responsible for any
transaction made by him.

I NELP NTE,
C9919
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
with knowledge of higher
Accountancy needed. Apply
with complete resume and
photograph to H. 0. Merren
and Company Ltd., P. 0. Box
63, Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
TELEPHONE: 9-2961 or
9-2934.


C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LI TIES:
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.
C9983
BAHAMAS GAS
REQUIRE:
SECRETARY
Fast accurate typing and
shorthand, 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
N-1553, Nassau.
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.
C9908
APPLICATIONS are invited
for the position of Manager,
Bahamas Industrial Gases Ltd.,
Nassau, Bahamas, a member of
the Island Gases group of
companies. Applicants must
have either
(1) A degree in the
engineering sciences
preferably chemical
engineering, as well as
managerial and Industrial
gas plant experience, or
(2) Several years experience
in the gas Industry in a
similar position..
The Company supplies local
markets with industrial and
medical gases, welding supplies,
safety equipment, sport diving
equipment, and fire fighting
equipment.
The successful applicant will be
responsible for: the safe and
efficient operation of the gas
producing plants, distribution
and sales of the gases and
merchandise, administration of
the business.
Salary commensurate wit%
qualifications and experience.
An 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. .


PBX-PABX TECHNIMIANS



Grand Bahama Telephone Company has the
need for two fully experience technicians
with formal training and 6 to 10 years
experience in telephone with several years
experience on installing and maintaining PBX,
PABX and other related telephone
equipment. Must have experience and training
on one or more of the following: Norelco,
U.S.I., N.E., special apparatus.


Apply to: Grand Bahama Telephone
Company, Ltd 2C Kipling Bldg., Freeport,
Box F-2478. Telephone: 352-9352


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.


C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7430
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
:ONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C7428
JOB TITLE: PROCESS
ENGINEER MINIMUM
EDUCATION: High School or
College graduate. Training In
the art and necessity of
attaining maximum efficiency
in Cement manufacturing
process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage activities relative to
attaining maximum efficiencies
in the cement manufacturing
process while making a quality
product.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


S10057
AIR CANADA requires a
Certificated Aircraft
Technician (Aircraft Engineer)
for the position of
Maintenance Representative in
the Bahamas, based at Nassau
International Airport. The
successful applicant would be
responsible for maintenance,
repair and servicing of aircraft
and ground support
equipment; performing checks
on aircraft airframes, power
plants, trouble-shooting and
repairs on aircraft mechanical,
hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical
and electronic systems.
Required to supervise and train
subordinate personnel. Must be
in possession of valid licences
awarded by an appropriate
Government Authority such as
the Air Registration Board,
Federal Aviation Authority,
Air Transport Board, which
certify the authorization of the
holder; to modify, repair and
sign out DC 8 and DC 9 series
aircraft as airworthy.
Applications in writing.
Including photocopies of
licences held, should be sent to
P. 0. Box NS, Nassau,
Bahamas. Bahamian Nationals
only need apply.


C10060
HOLIDAY INN has ImmI
opening for Food and i
Controller. Mniimnum
experience with a higW=
and beverage a OpeN
required. Applicant Mrt -
complete knowledge
purchasing, receiving, wA trg,
Inventory, cost control M
preparation systmIS -
procedures. Applicant Iu
also have experience In PWl
and Beverage revenm aiMig,
College degree porefed M
not required. Apply In pl
to Mr. Rasmumen wi"
references. No phone a*
accepted.
C10062
SHOP FOREMAN with SA
licence or better. FiM
experience including
Beech 18 and Aztec. iMb
capable of organfit nil
operating malntenance di
Salary according to exper0lies.
Aoolv: Frank Trl",
Trmns-Island AIrwaysM 7M1M
10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATIONs
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIIENCI
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSISIMUlTUte
Lay out work, set Up Wi
operate machine to11i
machine parts to prUein-l.
tolerances and IpF1I1
finished. Use P.i .
measuring Instruments UO
performs anyM k
fitting or as y
required for plant m11ii11Ni-
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: PersenaWe
Department, Bahama Cement.
P. 0. Box F-100, FrUfpet,
Grand Bahama.

C 10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATIONs
High school graduate i'
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCEs 34
years Industrial InstuMM*
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIILUITI
Install, repair, calibrate hiV
and adjust any type ef.
integrating, Indicating "
graphic electrical of
mechanical Instrument,
INTERESTED APPUCAW
:ONTACTs PeraiilBl
Department, B 'ah a nGm i
Company, P. 0. oxI P*-
Freeport, Grand Bahinl .


C10031
JOB TITLE: ST9EL
FA B RICATO R
(FOUR)MINIMUM
EDUCATION: eoeId lI
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE .
years experience In stal by
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Read and follow sivtruct
steel detail drawing, cut d
weld in accordance wit
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pereesel
Department, Bahagma ClMt
Company, P. 0. Box PF-10,
Freeport, Grand BSehae.
C10059
HOLIDAY INN has
Immediate opening for a Ngt
Manager. Minimum 3 yWm
experience In similar orviae
position required, with e lap
hotel operation. AppS nt
must be able' to supeOis a*d
perform all night audit
front desk functions Wd A
know the NCR 4100.
Experience and knowled f
food and beverage budila
required. Applicant amuv ib
ability to supervise a nd tam.
Apply In person with I-jeiml
to Mr. Rasmussen. No phoin
calls accepted.

C10029
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED rmpim
REPAIRMAN 5 yee
experience necessary. upim
person capable of prIt
high quality work. Aly In
person to:


Mr. J.W. Blacinman
Island Motor Cemnpany,
Oakes Field,
the le Plat.


C10007WANTED


BOTTLING LINE

OPERATION

With experience im all

phases of operation

Apply:


BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD.
P. O. Box 6340, Nmi. .


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C10006


WANTED


CHEMIST

Preferably with experience

in the manufacture and

quality control of spirits

Apply

BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD.
P. O. Box 6340, Nassau.


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Newest widest selection of
Children's Snorkelling Gear.
Quality Fins down to child's
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C10030
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED: Requires
MAN 5 years
experience necessary. Require
person capable if producinC
high quality work. Apply ir
person to:
Mr. J.W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field, Oppd.,
the Ice Plant.

C10058
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT BANK requires
a Lawyer for their
headquarters In Nassau.
Applicants should have eight
to ten years law-firm or
corporate experience primarily
In International business and
banking, commercial law,
equity transactions, mergers,
matters, etc. Will be
required to travel on company
business. Preference will be
given to applicants with
knowledge of Spanish. Please
send resume to: The Secretary,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-3229, Nassau.
CI0061
SOUS CHEF
Job description: Man of
experience with resort type
volume food service. Must have
journeyman knowledge in all
kitchen departments. Ability
to supervise and maintain
training programmes of food
preparation personnel.
Educational requirements:-
completion of high school,
documented proof of
apprenticeships completed. 5
years of actual journeyman
experience. Apply in person to
Mr. Genaro, Holiday Inn, No
phone calls 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
ausgned area In a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10001
HANDYMAN experienced In
the operation of Offset
Printing Equipment.
Monument Printing phone
3-665.

TRAE SERVICES
*C10045

PhdJ's Ce.Mi

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


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

C9838
FENCES
For you r fence needs
Call 35491
OSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.

C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road Phont
41298 Quick reliable service
C9801
JSED 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.


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C7377
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM-. EDUCATION:
High school graduate or'
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-4
years Industrial Instruments.
tion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, Indicating or
c electrical or mechanical
umnt.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Frmport. Grand Bahama.. ,


I TELP NTED
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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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.
C7405
JOB TITLE: EIGHTI
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.
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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C 10009
PARADISE ISLAND
LIMITED urgently requires
one qualified Air Conditioning
and Refrigeration Mechanic.
Successful applicant should
have knowledge in
refrigeration, central and
window units.
Bahamians need only apply.
Salary commensurate with
experience. Interested persons
should call 5-5441, Mr.
Brenville Ferguson, for
appointment.

I TRADE SERVICES
C10046
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.

C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
servicee call 28421.


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.
C7421
SENIOR FEMALE
ACCOUNTANT FOR
AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING
SYSTEM. MUST HAVE FULL
KNOWLEDGE NECESSARY
TO PROGRAM DATA
PROCESS ACCOUNTING
AND SUPERVISE STAFF.
MINIMUM 8 YEARS,
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
CONTACT: PETROLEUM
PRODUCTS LIMITED, P. 0.
BOX F-34, FREEPORT.

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 FP100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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.


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C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL R EPAI RMAN
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.
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.


C7431
MA I NTE NANCE
SUPERVISOR Responsible
to the Division Manager for the
efficient operation and
conduct of the Building
Maintenance, Janitorial,
Customs Brokerage and
Equipment operation. It
requires a broad knowledge of
Company's administrative
operation, and type of funding
plus construction, cleaning
chemicals and equipment, both
vehicular and heavy equipment
such as tractors, and front end
loaders. Determines
maintenance costs of labour
and material, estimates cost for
painting and minor
construction for planning
purposes. Assigns job
schedules, advises Division
Manager. Also acts with full
responsibilities in the absence
of the Division Manager.
HORTICULTURIST -
Individual should have
background in general
agriculture, know all types of
machinery and equipment and
their proper care In landscaping
work. Must be able to install
sprinkler and irrigation
systems, also be able to
maintain same, understand and
know how to order all types of
horticulture material, such as
plants, trees, palms,
Insecticides, pesticides,
fertilizers, irrigation supplies,
etc., College degree in
horticulture Is essential.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR -
Applicant must be High School
graduate or equivalent Air
Traffic Control School, FAA
or Military. Minimum three (3)
years experience Tower or
Tower and approach control.
FAA Junior Controller Licence
or equivalent. Class two
medical certificate.
NIGHT FOREMAN Works
on own Initiative and general
instructions of supervisor.
Gives instructions to assigned
crew, cleans toilets, floors,
walls, base-boards, windows
and vacuums carpets. Assists
machine operator in carpet
cleaning, floor wax stripping
and applying wax or finishes.
Applicant should be in good
physical condition, also
prepared to take on duties
other than that of his regular
work day.
Apply to: G.B. Development
Co., Personnel Dept., 18C
Kipling Bldg., Box F-2666,
Freeport, GBI.


C7384
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.

C7406 '
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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10010
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITEb
requires Confidential Executive
Secretary able to type at 50
w.p.m. and take shorthand at
80-100 w.p.m. Applicants must
have at least 3 years
commercial experience.
Bahamian only. Telephone
352-8391.

C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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C7427
Freeport Construction
Company, Ltd. requires
applications from qualified
applicants for the position of
General Manager. Applicants
must be fully versed in
estimating and negotiating
proposed contractural
construction works.
supervision of all field forces
assigned to actual construction,
planning and scheduling work
in progress, supervision of
administrative staff for
purchasing, costing and
accounting.
Applicants must have an
Engineering degree plus
minimum ten years of
experience in all phases of
heavy and industrial
construction.
Interested persons should
contact Alvin Swann at
Freeport Construction
Company, Ltd., Freeport,
Grand Bahama. 352-7091.

C7434
EX PERIENCED
REFRIGERATION AND
Al R-CON DITIONING
INSTALLATION AND
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
REQUIRED BAHAMIANS
ONLY NEED APPLY.
STANDARD PLUMBING CO.,
LTD., P'O.BOX F-2460,
PHONE 352-7838.


S WANTED

C7399
6 GIRLS WANTED TO
.PREPARE, COOK AND
SERVE INDIAN DISHES.
TELEPHONE 27 WEST END
OR WRITE TO P. 0. Box 6,
WEST END.


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.
C 10000
INTERNATIONAL FIRM OF
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountants office
and must be in possesion of at
least University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certified Accountant/
Applicants shoul4 apply in
writing to the Staff Partner,
Price Waterhouse & Co., P. 0.
Box F-2415, Freeport,
Bahamas.
.C/420
WANTED ONE Mechanical
Engineering Draftsman for
responsible position with
knowledge in all phases of
mechanical engineering. 10
years experience. Apply in
writing stating qualifications
to: Grand Bahama Plumbing,
P. 0. Box F-2655.


CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C10044
TROUBLES.... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. O. Box N56, Nassau
Tdephone:3-5870.
C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
'John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
Fo free estimates and prompt
serve call 28421.
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR fFET UP AND CALL:
ASCO -TELs 1071-2.3.4.


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C7"
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
UperOeme Ir fuel burning.
pre in rotary Kilns and
r ction of Clinker. Cement
nt rotary Kiln bumerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-4

IES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
KIIns to produce
by a continuous proese
D APPLICANT
NiTACT: Personnel
Bahama Cement
. Box .100,
Grand Behame.


C7425
METER INSTALLER -
Knowledge of water meter
Installation required. Must be
able to assist in other work
such as on pumps. Required to


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C7430
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.


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C7426
MICOPERI REQUIRES 1
CRANE OPERATOR
EXPERIENCED IN THE
OPERATION OF A LIMA
2400 REVOLVING CRANE
LIFTING CAPACITY 150
TONS MOUNTED ON BARGE
FOR AN APPROXIMATE
PERIOD OF 3 MONTHS.
ONLY BAHAMIANS NEED
APPLY
PLEASE APPLY IN WRITING
TO MICOPERI SPA., P. 0.
BOX F-2409, FREEPORT.
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.,


do labouring work involved as
preliminary to setting meters.
This involves digging and
removing earth and rock.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30c Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C7428
JOB TITLE: PROCESS
ENGINEER MINIMUM
EDUCATION: High School or
College graduate. Training in
the' art and necessity of
attaining maximum efficiency
in Cement manufacturing
process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage activities relative to
attaining maximum efficiencies
in the cement manufacturing
process while making a quality
product.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumentat-
ion 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.


Satumrdy, June 2, 1973.




C7422
WINCHMAN/STEVEDORE -
Require substantial experience
as Winchman/Crane Operator
and proven ability to operate
machinery efficiently *and
safely. Must know derrick
rigging. Prior experience as
seaman or stevedore involved.
When no stevedoring, work,
required to do other work as
assigned.
WAREHOUSEMAN Must be
able to take full charge of
documentation regarding
receipt, storage disbursement,
damage of full variety- of
Cargo. Must have substantial
experience preferably In
harbour cargo warehousing.
CARGO CLERK Experience
with stevedoring operation
required lead!inq to facility in
preparing all documents,
knowledge of stevedoring and
warehousing and duties of
warehouse personnel. Must be
able to deal property with
Customs Officers, sipping
agents and consignees.
Responsible for release for
direct delivery of Roll Off
Operation. Good educational
background; passes in maths
and English.
C7435
Required to work at the
BORCO Refinery Expansion
Project. Must have at least five
(5) years experience in
Refineries and Petrochemical
Plants Erections. Must be able
to prepare schedules of the job
and prepare Job Progress
Reports. Only Bahamians need
apply in writing to:-
SNAM PROGETTI S.P.A.
P. 0. Box F-2405
Freeport
GRAND BAHAMA
C7433
The man for this post will have
proven experience in
preparation of and cutting of
meats for steaks, etc.,
experience as broiler cook,,
plus the ability to produce
sauces to written formula -
apply in person to or telephone
for appointment.
CAPTAIN'S CHARTHOUSE,
BASS (Bahamas) Ltd., :P.O.
Box F-331, FREEPORT -
352-5109.


INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS
(FOUR)MINIMUM
EDUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience In steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
10038
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,
P. 0. Box F-100, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.










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GENERAL TENDENCIES: Although you may
haw the feing you are being frustrated
ttle things, the overall aspects today sad toaght m-
excellent. Discuss your ideas with persons of much experltmee.
Use good judgment in making plans for the future.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have some family affair to
talk over with kin, but be sure you don't start an argument by
making some careless remark. A discussion with a wise person
brings fine results at this time.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Know just where you are
headed now in your daily activities. Make necessary
improvements so you get ahead fester. Try to do your
shopping early so you have more time for recreation.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Think along abundant Hne
early in the day and drive away the blues so that you can take
advantage of the fine aspects for the rest of the day. Obtain
the information you need.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Do something
helpful for those who are truly in need. Dress nicely and
attend to social matters you like. Show admiration to those
who are attractive and charming. Be yourself.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make long-range plans so that
your future is much brighter. Consulting with a buaines
expert can be most rewarding. You can get the right answers
by early evening. Think constructively.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Morning is a fine time to
figure out Just what your hopes and ambitions are and take
steps in the right direction. You can meet good people who
can be most helpful to you. Be logical.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Make sure you state your
abilities when consulting with a bigwis today. Study carefully
a credit matter before doing anything about it, then you can
act decisively for but results.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Adopt a new attitude
toward others and forget past errors and you have far better
results in the future. Plan now for a trip you want to take
later. Seek advice from persons with wisdom.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Show that you are
astute in handling whatever duties are yours, be they of a
personal or business nature. Your intuition is wrong during the
morning, but good later in the day.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Ideal day to make a new
associate of worth and make the future more promising. Make
sure you comprehend exactly what is expected of you. Steer
clear of any arguments at home.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Show that you have
ability at organizing by making future plans in your line of
work. Take some time for improving your health in some way.
Thing of how to have more harmony at home.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Regular pleasures are not
possible now so engage in something new that could prove
most interesting. Show creativity. Be sure you go along with
the ideas of mate and come to a fine understanding.


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memory. He sings the first few words parrot and that it knows the speech by heart.
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peat. the rest without any more help. service," says the Wise Old Goat. Be sure
remembered every bitl cries to take my parrot with you when you go to
Presently there la a knock and the the woods. The ceremony Is due to start
roves to be the Wise Old Goat. very soon." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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Brooks & Louis McQuay
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
CENTRE FIELDER RICHARD BROOKS and second baseman
Louis McQuay both teamed up for five rb's and few s during
five times at bat as Jet Set behind the o-hit pitching of relief
pitcher Eugene Thompson stopped Schlitz Beer 11.-5 during the
firt pme last night at the Q.E.S.C.


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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Divion
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 29 20 .592 -
Pittsburgh 22 20 .524 3V
New York 21 23 .477. 5%
Montreal 19 23 .452 6%
St. Louts 20 2S .444 7
Philadelphia 19 28 .404 9
West Diviion
San Francisco 33 20 .623 -
Los Angeles 31 19 .620 V%
Houston 29 23 .558 3%
Cincinnati 27 22 .551 4
Atlanta 15 30 .375 1211
San Diego 18 33 .353 14
Friday's Resulta
San Diego 4, New York 0
Pittsburgh 9 Cincinnati 6
St. Louis 4, Houston 2
Atlanta 8, Chicago 7
Los Angeles 3, Montreal 2
San Francisco 2, Philadelphia I
Thursday's Results
Chicago 16,Houton 5
Plittsburgi 3, Atlanta I
Cincinnati 3, St. Loue 2
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
w L Pet. GB
Detroit 26 21 .553 -
New York 24 24 .100 1
Boston 21 23 .417 1%
BaltImore 2532 .402 3
Milwaukee 202 I *T, S
Cleveland 20 2A .47. ,6
West Dibbio
Chicago 23 16 .632 -
Minnesota 251 20 .516 3
California 2 20 J 6 3
Kansas City 218 23 .J49 3
Oakland 24 25 .490 6
Texas J63 .364 111
Friday'
DetroitA. Minnesota
Boston 6, Oakland 2
W oam .New York 2
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Kanca Ci1ty Gi3u0d 4
Texas 4,B5lt 14 l i

Omd 1i6.nwYtk 0
Texas CveIamdu
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Cc da g o I1 1 e5 12


4-2, Kermit Graham, Ronald
Smith and Willie Thompson all
took walks to bring up Rolle
who connected the first pitch
to him for a two rbi single into
left. Graham and Smith both
scored their second run of the
game.
Three errors including a two
base error and pass ball gave
the Blenders three more runs as
Everette Nelly topped it off
with an rbi.
BAHAMAS BLENDERS
ab r h rbi
Pan. Johnson 3 0 2 0
Graham 3 1 0 0
Smith 3 2 1 0
Thompson 3 2 1 1
Rolle 4 1 2 2
Nelly 4 1 I 1
Victor 2 0 0 0
Pennerman 0 0 0 0
Pa. Johnson 3 1 1 0
Johnson 2 0 0 0
Saunders 1 0 1 0
DEL JANE
Bain 3 0 I 0
Adderley 2 0 0 0
Ford 3 1 0 0
Williams 3 1 I 1
Outten 3 1 1 0
Bostwick 1 0 0 0
Lockhart 2 1 1 0
Major 3 0 0 0
Wood 2 0 I 1
Nelly 0 0 0 0
Moss 2 0 0 0
Hall 0 0 0 0
GAMES TONIGHT
BIG Q Marketeers will have a
chance to cut their losing streak
tonight when they take on last
place Heutle Lumber in the first
game 7:00 at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre.
Schlitz Beer will also have chance
to recover. They meet Paradiae
Island in the second game.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
W L
Big Q Market 19 5
Jet Set 17 9
Becks Bees 17 10
Paradise 14 11
Del Jane I 14 12
Schlitz 14 13
Blend ers 19
NHestle Lumber 1 25


DOWN AND ALMOST
OUT goes Sherwin Johnson
who last night failed to
recuperate from the
knockdown which saw
Jamaican middleweight
Windel Spencer emerging
victorious via mcond round
technical knockout.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


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WRESTLING CHANGED
DUE TO unforeseen
circunortsnc, tonfht's wrestling
card scheduled for the Anwak
Auditorium has been postponed
until Monday nlht at :10.
The card clide a grudge match
betw a The Destroyer and The
Question.
SOFTBALL ACTION
IN SOFTBALL action
tomorrow, Pabst Men play B.E.C.;
Centravlle S ite meet the Blazers
Freetown take on Failer; and
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
meet Del Jane.


Relieving starter Isaac Fox
in the middle of the third,
Thompson faced eight batters
three of which he struckout
and four he walked during his
two and one third innings
work. Though Fox was not in
any serious trouble as Jet Set's
offence was firing, he gave up
five hits and five runs during
his two and one third innings
work.
Brooks knocked in three
during his three times at bat
when he collected two hits.
McQuay went two for two,
scored one and knocked in
two. Also pacing Jet Set's
offence was catcher Les
Gardiner who went two for
two from the plate, scored two
and knocked in one.
Following a two all first
inning tie in which Brooks
contributed a two rbi single,
Jet Set rallied for five
commanding runs in the
bottom of the second and took
the lead which they never gave
up. Five errors, including three
costly two base errors,
contributed to Jet Set's five.
Brooks picked up his second
rbi in that inning.
Schlitz made a dash for the
lead and following Lloyd
Bowleg's triple they scored
three runs. Bowleg, who paced
the losers with two runs and
one hit during his two times at
bat, scored his second run in
that inning, Lorenzo Lockhart
also scored his second run in
that inning, on a pass ball.
McQuay in the bottom
phase jumped on losing pitcher
Henry Williams' first pitch for
a two rbi single driving in
Robert Sawyer and Les
Gardiner.
With Thompson then on the
mound, Schlitz failed to see
the light and another two base
error together with Gardiner's
rbi in the fourth pushed Jet Set
into second place with a 17
and nine record.
JET SET
ab r h rbi
L. McQuay 2 1 2 2
Nelly 3 1 0 0
E. McQuay 2 1 0 0
Thompson 3 I C 0
Brooks 3 0 2 3
McKinney 3 I 1 0
Sawyer 2 3 1 0
Gardiner 2 2 2 1
Fox 0 1 0 0
Johnson 1 0 0 0

Smith 2 0 I 0
Bowleg 2 2 1 0
Lockharlt 1 2 0 0
Johnson 0 0 0 0
Eneas 3 0 2 1
Bain 2 1I 0
Hepburn 2 0 0 0
Strachan I 0 0 0
Williams 3 0 0 1
Simon 2 0 0 0
Murray 1 0 0 0

Third baseman John Rolle
chipped in two rbi's in the top
of the fifth as Bahamas
Blenders came alive with six
runs to defeat Del Jane Saints
8-4 last night cutting their
winning streak to six.
Going into the fifth trailing


PUBLIC


Saturday. Jun22, 19R.



Slip by Sherwin Johnson costs hil


fight with Jamaican

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS NUMBER ONE MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTENDER
snerwin Johnson, confident of wre victory last nlght, madk a
careless slip i the second round allowing Jamaic's middlewelht
Windel Spencer to win by a technical knockout. TIMhe end cean(at


TURNER GETS HIS
1,000 RUNS IN MAY
NORTHAMPTON. ENGLAND
(AP) After the emotion of Glenn
Turner's 1,000 runs In May, the
pime between New Zealand and
Northamptonshire Friday
predictably fizzled out into a draw.
Turner, who became the seventh
gadyer in history to make the target
urday, played on as if nothing
had happened and scored an
unexciting 42 before mistiming a
drive off Indian slow bowler Bishen
Bedl for a catch at wide midoff.
It was the second time in the
match that Bedi had got the big
New Zealand opener out.
Top scorer for the tourists was
John Parker who made 69 not out
before the New Zealanders declared
their second Innings at 151 for two.


2:45 into the round.
Making his debut as a main
bout boxer, Johnson
controlled the fight until
midway in the second round
when he was caught with a
wild left. This shook him up
quite a lot and Spencer, seeing
his opponent in trouble flung
in both lefts and rights sending
Johnson to the canvas. After
taking the mandatory count,
Johnson was unable to collect
himself sufficiently and was
just an open target for Spencer.
Although he was in good
boxing form, Johnson who
spent the better part of two
weeks in Miami training was
subjected to attacks of the flu
which he claims threw him
back a little. "That cold
threw me back," said Johnson.
"I couldn't breath properly."
Many boxing fans thought
the end would come for
Spencer in the first round
when Johnson, showing his
aggressiveness, scored freely
with left jabs and occasional
rights. Spencer ended that


MIDDLEWEIGHT ROSCOE BELL (left) catches a piece
of Eddie Flash's left to the side of the head but retaliates
with a right to the side on his way to a unanimous decision
last night. Photos Rickey Wells. .


round with a puffed left efe.
Early in the second rou4d,
Johnson continued, to brepk
through his opponent's defence
when suddenly he was An
trouble. "If an opportunity
comes, at once you have 1to
make use of it," said Spencer
after the fight. "If he wants me
agan, I'll take him."
Johnson recovered in the
ring but not in time. "I know I
was able to beat him and- I
started to get a little careless,"
said Johnson, "He caught die
with a lucky one." Johnsof's
trainer King David Hamm sw
it that way also. "I thought he
was doing swell," said Hamm,
"But it's just one of thpee
things."
Spencer after the fight Was
openly challenged by Bahaias
middleweight champ Rennie
Pinder and welterweight chalap
Elisha Obed.
euseeeee
Bimini's sensational Eddie
Flash found it tough going last
night and, unable to stop Nhis
weakened opponent in the
final round dropped a six
round unanimous decision -to
Roscoe Bell. Making his
debut in the ring, Flash *as
subjected to the veteranship:of
Bell who opened up in the
second round with body shpts
and continued in the third
scoring easily to Eddie's head.
Flash seemed unable to get
started against Bell whose
reach advantage kept him at
bay.
Flash landed a few body
punches in the fifth, but it was
in the sixth when he really
poured it on Bell. Without the
spunk he started off with, Bell
literally held on and lasted the
round
*******
Kid Tony, defying a cut over
the left eye and a first round
knockdown pounded his way
to a unanimous four round
decision over Malik Shabela
last night,


AUCTI


KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on behalf of NASSAU BANK and

TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, the following properties:-


1. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being part
of a tract of land known as Coconut Grove situate
in the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and is set out as Lot Number
One (1) in Block Nine (9) of the said Coconut
Grove filed in the Office of the Crown Lands of
the Colony on the 8th August, 1944 and being
numbered 163 the said piece parcel or lot of land
being bounded on the EAST by Lot Number Eight
(8) In Block Nine (9) in the boundary and running
thereon One Hundred and Twenty four (124) feet
WEST by Second Street and running thereon Fifty
(50) feet and on the NORTH by Bahama Avenue
and running thereon One Hundred and
Twenty-four (124) feet.
2. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being Lot
No. Eleven (11) in. the Subdivision known as
Glendale situate on the Northern Side of
Soldier Road In the Eastern District of the said
Island of New Providence and bounded
NORTHEASTWARDLY by a Thirty (30) feet wide
road reservation and running thereon One Hundred
and Eleven and Seven hundredths (111.07) feet
EASTWARDLY in a curve by the junction of the
said road reservation and Soldier Road
SOUTHEASTWARDLY by Soldier Road and
running thereon Thirty-five and Sixty hundredths
(35.60) fet SOUTHWESTWARDLY by Lot No.
Ten (10) In the mid Subdivision and running
thereon One hundred and Twenty-seven and
Forty-four, hundredths (127.44) feet and
NORTHWESTWARDLY by lot No. Thirty-four
(34) in the said Subdivision and running thereon
Fifty (50) feet which said piece parcel or lot of
land has such position boundaries shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan
attached to a Certificate of Title dated the 2nd
August, 1962 and granted to Cecil Ronald
Cartwright by the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands on the EqultySide and now of record in the
Registry of Records In the City of Nassau in
Volume 541 at pags 381 to 384 and is designated
thereon by the Nmrber 11.
'Mo daed 26 May 1966. ELLIS ARNOLD
BANNISTER to National Bank of the Bahamas
Ltd. Recorded in Vol. 993 pages 567 to 574.


The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May, 1973.

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in
the Eastern District of the Island of New
Providence bounded on the NORTH by land now
or formerly the property of Theresa Bain and
running thereon Thirty-six (36) feet on the East by
land formerly the property of Aziel Sweeting and
running thereon Sixty (60) feet on the SOUTH by
land formerly the property of Mildred Lightbourn
and running thereon Thirty-six (36) feet and on
the WEST by a private road Eight (8) feet wide and
running thereon Sixty (60) feet. This property is
located on the eastern side of York Street off
Shirley Street.
Mortgage dated 4 Nov. 1966 JOYCELYN
JONES to International Bank & Trust Company
(Nassau) Ltd. Recorded in Vol. 1056 pages 169 to
174.
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May 1973.

ALL THAT piece or lot of land being lot number
Sixty-one (61) on the plan of lots in the
Subdivision called and known as "West Ridgeland"
situate in the Southern District of the Island of
New Providence which said plan has been approved
by the Public Board of Works and is filed in the
Registered Office of Englerston Limited which said
piece parcel or jotof land is bounded on the North
partIy by t. l ,t eirtiber Fifty (50) of the said
plan and palMBy 1f lot number Fifty-nine (59)
of the said l44asiti running thlereon jointly Sixty
160) feet ort the tbyV the lot number Sixty-two
(62) of the said plIan ad running thereon Seventy
(70) feet on the South by a Road Reservation
Forty (40) feet wide and running thereon Sixty


(60) feet and on the West by the Lot number Sixty
(60) of the said plan and running thereon Seventy
(70) feet.
Mortgage dated 2nd December 1966. Henry
Johnson to International Bank and Trust Company
(Nassau Limited).
Recorded in Vol. 1152, pages 236 to 241.
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May 1973.


ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate in the
Western District of the Island of New Providence
comprising a portion of the Northwestern Section
of the "Oakes' Airport" Sub-division designated as
Lot No. Eight (8) in Block No. Five (5) on a Plan
laid out by the Airports Board Act (Chapter 20 of
1947) according to the plan prepared by Gordon
O'Brien and now filed in the Crown Lands Office
of the Colony as No. 289 N.P. which said piece or
parcel of land is bounded NORTHWARDLY by a
portion of a Road in the said Subdivision and
running thereon One hundred (100) feet
EASTWARDLY by Lot Number Nine (9) in the
said Block and running thereon Two hundred and
Sixty-five and thirty-five hundredths (265.35) feet
SOUTHWARDLY by Lot Number Twenty-one
(21) in the said Block and running thereon One
hundred'(100) feet and WESTWARDLY by Lot
Number Seven (7) in the said Block and running
thereon Two hundred Sixty-five and Seventy
hundredths (265.70) feet.
Mortgage dated 30 Sept. 1966 MARGARET L.
MORRIS to International Bank & Trust Co.
(Nassau) Ltd.
Recorded in Vol. 1039, pages 554 to 560.
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May 1973.


I


The following Is the draw for
tomorrow's South Ocean Golf Club
tournament. The winner will be NlEi AN CUP
decided by the low total net score V A C
after applying the Cllay System
according to BGA spokesmen Fred PINTS L EES
NHs. Te ROBERT LATTER AND MIKE
No, Tee TAYLOR, both tied with 38%
12:00 R. Slatter, B. HIas(F) points each, head eleven other
P. Chalmers, E. Halliday (f. offers who will participate in the
12:10 G. Law Mee. (F) P A R.C. Cola/Bahamas Golf
Ber, W. A. Craighead, jndra As'ociatoa's asilcated for June
Jenninss (F) 10 and II at the Paradise Island
12:20 Stan Turner, Rowr Golf course. This tournament ends
Jenning, S. MacDIamond (F), Bill Hoe mr Cup Competition,
Tierney. following which 12 golfers will be
12:30 R. Valton, I. Masson,D. elected to play m a 72-hoe
Fisher, T. Boatad. Playoff.
12:40 B. Johnson, L The playoff will take place on
McKenzie, C. Hepburn, A. M. June 28a 29, 30 and July I at the
Craighead. South Ocean golf course and the
12:50 J. Halliday, Dr. C leader in pointthat timewill enter
Enees, S. White, E. MacKinlay. the competition with 12 points, the
1:00 R. W. Halliday, 0. numbtertwo manwith lHandsoon
WIngrove, F. Higgs. Ouant. right down to the twelfth man who
will start with one point
No 1 A In the four ajo tournaments
No O Tee Satter and Taylor notched at 114
12:00- Law (Me) M. Enees in the McAlpine Clahs and the
(F), R. Boltad (F),M. Loy Freeort Oven. Taylor took an
12:10 Pat Barr (F), C. B. ll-3% win over Siatter ai the
McLean, Mac Cralghmeod, Murid Gat Harbour Cy Tournament,
Jon (2 Ells Prtch but Slatter took a 12-4 revenge in
20 ritchard D. the Nas Oven.
Macinond, B. Hll, .C. Foowina are the present
McKenzile. Hoerman Cp portions: R. latter
12 J 30 J. Fowle, B. Johnson and M. Taor 38% points; B.
(F), J. Attfleld, D. Archer. Smith -37 PL a27%, L MeaSSon
12:40 J. King, P. MacKinlay, 1 i T155h1, LB. Lynch IS, V.
E. White. H. Glynn. Prsa 13, J. Steele-Perkins 12. C.
12:50 B. Doig, T. Young, Poller 10, A. Stubbs 10, C.
Bryan Smith, R. H Sunders9end I. Marshall 8%.


Auction to be held on Saturday, 23rd Jun'e, 1973 at 12 Noon in the Parking Lot,

East of The Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay Street


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