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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: June 5, 1973
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Nassau and Bahama Islands Leadin r Newspaper


Tuesday June 6, 1973.


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SECOND MURDER IN NEW
PROVIDENCE WITHIN A WEEK


Youngman killed after





group of 5 attack


him


on Market


Street


By MIKE LOTHIAN
POLICE are questioning four persons in connection with the second murder to occur in New Providence within a
week. Anthony Griffith, aged about 21 years, was killed in an incident on Market Street early this morning.


'NE PISTIL WIPPEI Beaten,kicked punched
ME I STILL HAS

GUN' MAN CLAIMS by nolice.then released


A ROCK SOUND resident
today complained that a man
who allegedly threatened and
pistol-whipped him last week
her not been k.re.le. by police
and is still in pbseisson of the
firearm.
Police sources 'countered
with the statement that the
incident has been investigated,
and ,"a person or persons will
bq appearing in the courts in
the very near future."
Garnett Goodman told The
Tribune he has had "no
satisfaction" from poliee
action in the case.
Mr. Goodman said he and
another man had an argument
over a gambling debt on the
night of May 21.
The follQow" rmine. Mr.
G d,' he aod, his
pool in tit Yellof Ground
club in Reock Sound when a
man enterpd with a pistol in his
hand.
The man fired off one shot,
he said, and then uttered a
number of threats.
Mr. Goodman said he and-
his brother left the club bt
returned in the afternoon.
PLAY POOL
The man was there already,
and the Goodman brothers
again began to play pool.
Henry Goodman claimed the
man grabbed the pool stick and
made more threats. The
Goodman's again left the club,
but Garnet Goodman said he
had to return for his ear keys.
"I met... in the door, and he
had the gun 'in his hand. I
walked by him and got my
keys. When I was leaving he hit
me across the head with the
pistol and I grabbed the hand
that was holding the gun and
we fought.
"Henry ran to the police
station to get the police, but
they didn't come. Me and ..
were fighting outside by this
time, and I was still bleeding
and holding the hand with the
gun. Then ..'s brother came up
with a cutlass and told me if I
didn't let go ...'s hand he would
chop me. I let go."
The fight then ended,
according to Mr. Goodman.
He went on to say that when
he went to the police station to
report the matter, the officers
on duty first sent him to the
nurse for treatment for his
injury.
"When I went bak they
made me sit on a bench for an
hour and a half before they did
anything, and they only did
Something then because 1
forced them to."
Mr. Goodman said by the
time they got back to the club
his assailant had gone, and the
club's owner had cleaned up
most of the blood, but there
was enough blood remaining to
satisfy the police that his
complaint was genuine.
However, according to Mr.
Goodman, the man has still not
been arrested. He also claimed
that the police have not yet
confiscated the pistol.


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ByNICKI KELLY
A 28-YEAR-OLD FUNERAL HOME EMPLOYEE claimed
today that he had been held in police custody for more than 24
hours during which he was handcuffed, "brutally punched" and
kicked, then released without any charges being brought against
him.


Eric Smith of Quintint his screams, the corporal from
Alley, off Wulff Road, told downstairs in Central Station
The Tribune that at about 4 came upstairs and asked the
p.m. Wednesday, May 30, he sergeant in charge why they
was cooking at home when two didn't stop trying to kill him,
plainclothes detectives, Mr. Smith said.
accompanied by a woman who The sergeant told the
looked between 32 and 33, detective to stop beating him
came to the door. and take the handcuffs off. He
The detectives asked if they was then told to button up his
could come inside. When he shirt and fasten his tmpusers,
sa9 they could they turned Mr. Smith said. %
and asked the woman if "this To stiffle his screams he
l~id?'..Mr. %iti "sid. d L a piece of 4wth with
The .wmaube said, replied o1t*4N o throved'nto his
yes." m th. .
The officers then turned off Mr. Sinith said he was then
the 4Iove, closed up the house tbld to sit on a bench. At 9.30
told Mr. Smith they would a.m. when another CID officer
to handcuff him and take came in he spoke to him and
lm to CJ.D. asked if he could go to the
"When we -reached C.I.D. hospital because he was
they tqd me that on May 24 at painful.
5 a.m. I broke into a lady's NOTHING DONE
house near Wulff Road and The officer said he would
held a butcher knife to her see that he went to hospital,
throat and raped her. I told but nothing was done and he
them I didn't know anything was still sitting on the bench at
about it and didn't even know 5 p.m.
the woman," Mr. Smith said At 7 pn.m. Thursday another
this morning. CID sergeant told him he could
He claimed that at this point go but warned him that if he
one of the detectives began to told anybody that they had
kick him in the chest. At 8.30 beat him up at CID they would
p.m. he was taken downstairs finish beating him, Mr. Smith
to the Central Police station alleged.
and put in a cell. He said he went to the
UPSTAIRS hospital the same night and
At 5 a.m. the following day, was seen by a doctor who gave
Thursday, May 31, he was him a prescription for the pain
taken back upstairs to CID and also ordered him to have
where he claims his hands were an injection.
pulled behind him and Mr. Smith said that the
handcuffed to the back of one police had not brought any
of the pillars, charges against him, and he had
One of the detectives then been trying since this morning
proceeded to punch him in the to see someone in authority at
chest and side, Mr. Smith said, police headquarters to make a
showing an ugly bruise oa his complaint.
left side, He claimed he was' Assistant Commissioner of
tortured in his private parts Police CID John Crawley
and his wrists and arms also confirmed today that Mr.
appeared to be swollen. Smith had come to see him and
At 6.30 a.m., as a result of he was investigating the matter.


THE OLD & NEW H.E.


THIS HISTORICAL PHO
John Paul with his success r


A police spokesman said Milo Butler, 66, who will
Griffith, of Rupert Dean Lane Bahamian governor on Augi
south, was walking along Milo attended the presentation
Market Street near Fleming House yesterday. He received
Street at about 3:30 this Birthday honours and will
morning, accompanied by "a Queen later this month at Bu
female," when he was accosted
by a group of five men. T
Two of the men, intent on SIR HILO TO
robbery, attacked Griffith, and
in the fight that followed BE KNIGHTED
Griffith was killed. The robbers I T ED
were not armed.
Police said "a small amount" ON JUNE 13
of money wasg, taken from
Griffith. SIR MILO Butler is to be
While there were no external knighted by the Queen at
signs of injury on Griffith's Bickingham Palace when he is
body, police consider his death received in audience by her at
a murder pendingthe results of Buckingham Palace on June
a ,post mortem examination 13.
scheduled for today. Sir Milo and Lady Butler
The spokesman said a police will also lunch with her
appeal for public assistance in Majesty.
S investigation of the It was incorrectly stated in
y May 29 murder of The Guardian this morning
M".-h piane Ashton at her that governor Sir John Paul
Westrd Villas home has had conferred on Sir Milo the
bro~ result knl thood awarded him in the
... .. ..min g fo t id h d a y H o n o u nr
with information," the A Gove ent House
spokman said. We are spokesman explained that this
following up several leads.' n onlb e doeb the en
Mrs. Ashton, 36, the .oyly be done.bya the Que
American wife of English or by Letters Patent issued
investmericnt banker Roy AEnlishton directly from the palace.
investment banker of three, died Other recipients of awards in
and the mother of three, died the New Year's and Birthday
of three stab wounds. Her honours were presented with
body was found by her their insignia by Sir John Paul
seven-year-old daughter at at Government House
about 8 a.m. Wednesday, lying at Government House
on the floor of her bedroom in yesterday afternoon.
onThe Government House
a pool of blood. -lai dth the
Police on Saturday said it spokesman explained that the
was known that Westward medals were already in Nassau
Villas residents frequently walk and so the presentations were
pet dogs in the evenings, and normade earlier the can wouldse.
there was a chance that
someone might have seen
something suspicious on the
murder night.
Police asked such persons to
come forward with any r
information, no matter how
insignificant it might seem to
them.
Several persons have come
forward, police said. .
Anyone with information is
asked to telephone the police
at 22561 or 22562.
LORD GREY HONOURED
LORD GREY of Naunton, ,
governor of the Bahamas from
1964 to 1968 and Queen's
representative in Northern
Ireland since 1968, became
Knight Grand Cross in the .'
Queen's Birthday Honours List
on June 2.


PM says Vesco has not been put


on 'stop list', questions on LeBlanc


THE GOVERNMENT has
not put financier Robert Vesco
on the stop list nor does it
intend to, Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling stated in the
House Wednesday.
Mr. Pindling's disclosure
came almost immediately upon
questions tabled by Nassau
representative Cleophas
Adderley (FNM) last week in
the House.
That wag as far as he got
however, as Mr. Adderley
insisted he wanted the answers
at the next meeting "or at year
convenience."
"I'm prepared to answer
now," the Prime Minister
maintained. Mr. Adderley
remained adamant.
"At my convenience but not
now?" Mr. Pindling remarked,
shaking his head. He finally
yielded and Mr. Adderley
continued with the remainder
of his questions on Mr. Vesco.
Mr. Adderley wanted to
know it Mr. Vesco and former


Investors Overseas Services
associate Norman LeBlanc had
been placed on the
Immigration stop list.
Mr. LeBlanc heads the
operations of Bahamas
Commonwealth Baak and is
with Mr. Vesco, among 42
individuals and companies
accused by the Securities
Exchange Commission of
defrauding $250 million from
IOS funds.
If the government did not
plan to take immigration
action Mr. Adderley wanted to
know why not.
He also wanted to know if
the Prime Minister was aware
of the business activities of Mr.
Vesco and Mr. LeBlanc, their
associates and/or companies in
the Bahamas, and particularly
their involvement in the
acquisition of any banks, trust
companies and other
substantial businesses in the
Bahamas.
"Is the Prime Minister


satisfied that such involvement
is conducive to the conduct of
good business in the Bahamas,
and is he satisfied that such an
involvement will reflect
favourably on the international
reputation of the Bahamas,
particularly as a financial
centre?" he asked.
In another series of
questions on Mr. Vesco, Mr.
Adderley asked if the Prime
Minister was aware of any
circumstances which would
involve him or any of his
Ministers in conflict of interest
because of any association,
involvement or arrangement
with Messrs. Vesco, LeBlanc
and/or their corporate
associates.
"If so, will the Prime
Minister assure the House that
he will take appropriate steps
to avoid such conflict and will
he inform the House as to the
nature of such steps," Mr.
Adderley said.
The second group of
questions was not allowed


I


TOGRAPH shows governor Sir
Governor General designate Sir
become the Bahamas' first
ust 1, after Independence. Sir
Ion of Insignia at Government
I his knighthood in the Queen's
be officially dubbed by the
ckingham Palace.





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Salathiel Thompson takes


over as Police Chief
MR. SALATHIEL H. THOMPSON took over as CommsniorAt
of the Royal Bahamas Police Force on Friday with the departure
of Mr. John Hindmarsh for his native England.


Mr Thompson, a Bahamian,
is a 36-year-old veteran of the
force and the former Deputy
Commissioner. Mr. Gerald
Bartlett. former head of the
Grand Bahama District, has
assumed the duties of national
Deputy Commissioner.
Mr. Hindmarsh arrived in the
Bahamas on August 6. 1971 as
the successor to Mr. Thomas
Clunie.
On Thursday Mr. Hindmarsh
was the guest of honour at a
farewell party held in the
officers mess at Police
Headquarters on East Street.
Among those attending were
the Governor Sir John Paul,
Deputy Governor L. M. Davies,
Chief Justice Sir Gordon Bryce
and Police Services
Commission chairman Sir
Dudley Russell.
Mr. Hindmarsh inspected an
honour guard at Nassau
International Airport before he
and his wife boarded the 7:15


GOVERNOR SIR JOHN PAUL drapes the insignia of
Commander of the Order of the British Empire around the
neck of Monetary Authority chairman Baswell Donaldson.
Mr. Donaldson was made a C.B.E. In the Queen's Birthday
Honours. Mr. Donaldson received his award at the
investiture ceremonies at Government House yesterday.
W-2 a liIIll


DR. RICHARD MORGAN seen at home with his wife and family.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells

PMH radiologist, Dr. Morgan, given


3 months to leave after 16 years here


DR. RICHARD Morgan,
the only radiologist at the
Princess Margaret Hospital, has
been given three months notice
that his contract will not be
renewed after 16 years in the
Bahamas.
Dr. Morgan, who will be
leaving with his family on
August 17, expressed dismay at
the sudden development as he
had planned to apply for
Bahamian citizenship after July
10. No explanation has been
given for the refusal to renew.
Three of the Morgans four
children were born in the
Bahamas, and the family owns
a home "Junkanoo" on Winton
Highway.


Although shaken by the
personal upheaval the
departure will cause in the
education of his children, Dr.
Morgan said he was particularly
concerned for the hospital
department which had been hi
responsibility and which he
had built up over the past 16
years.
As far as Dr. Morgan is
aware, no replacement had
been found to take his place.
He also informed The Tribune
that there is no Bahamian
radiologist available nor is
there one being trained.
"As far as I'm concerned,


radiologists are in short supply
in the world," Dr. Morgan said.
Mr. C. P. Erskine-Lindop,
permanent secretary Ministry
of Health, was unable to
confirm whether a replacement
had been found.
The Morgans' four boys,
Guy, who is nearly 16, Clive,
14, Bruce, II, and Ross, 7, are
all students at Queen's College.
Only Bruce was born in
England. The three other boys
were born in the Bahamas.
The family as yet have no
plans for the future. "Possibly
Barbados, Vrginia or Canada,"
Dr. Morgan said.


p.m. British Overseas Airways
flight to London.
The couple's 21-year-old son
and 18-year-old daughter left
the Bahamas for Britain earlier.
2 TRAFFIC IEATIS
AT FREEPORT
GRAND Bahama's 1973
road death toll doubled over
the holiday weekend to a total
of four with the deaths of two
pedestrians who were knocked
down by cars in Holmes' Rock
and Freeport late Monday and
early today.
A police spokesman said
nine-year-old Frances
Pennerman of Holmes' Rock
was walking along the
settlement's main road at
about 10:30 p.m. Monday
when she was involved in an
accident with taxi-cab number
40 reportedly being driven at-
the time by Ashal B. Woodside
of West End.
Frances was pronounced
dead on arrival at Rand
Memorial Hospital.
A man tentatively identified
by police as Cornell Deveaux
of Lewis Yard was walking
along the West Mall at about
2:30 a.m. today when he was
involved in an accident with
car number 560 reportedly
driven by George Russell of
Seahorse Village.
The man, believed to be
between 95 and 40 years old,
was pronounced dead by a
doctor at the scene of the
accident.
At the end of May last year
Grand Bahama had listed six
traffic fatalities.
Police reported there were a.
*tal of 16 road oaddcw&Over
the holiday weekend. T t a
tie accidents resuldi
deaths, and fodr others
created in injuries to ten
persons. None of those iruared
was hospitalized. -

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may meet Tistorrb
THE BAHAMAS
Telecommunications
Corporation management and
the BaTelCo branch of the
Bahamas Public Services Union .
might meet tomorrow in the
resumption of wage
negotiations begun on
Wednesday last week.
Branch chairman Mrs.
Willimae Bridgewater told The
Tribune that at Wednesday's
" meeting "we gave them
something to look into and we
asked for certain information,
and we are hoping to get the
information today."
She said management and
the union would meet as soon
as the union had the
opportunity to study the
information provided by
management.
"We are hoping for a
meeting tomorrow," she said,
"and we are hoping to speed
things up."
The door to negotiation was
opened on Tuesday last week,
when Labour Minister Clifford
' L. Darling ruled on the two
issues that had been causing


the delay.
The Minister ordered
management to reinstate
union vice chairman Vance
Major, who was suspended by
management earlier for
allegedly obstructing
management personnel, and he
also ruled that employees who
participated in a two-hour
demonstration on May 7 were
not entitled to pay for the two
hours.
OFF ON UNION COURSE
MRS. Willimae Bridgwater,
who as chairman of the
BaTelCo branch of the
Bahamas Public Services Union
has led BaTelCo employees in
the continuing dispute with
management over a new work
contract, leaves Nassau
tomorrow for a month4-log
course in unionism in the
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DEAN HAD 30 R 40 MEETINGS WITH NIXON
WASHINQTON (AP) The White House acknowledged today that
President Nixon coaferred this year with John Dean III about the
WatSte icandal but md tow detailing the time and place of such sessions
would not be provided to Justice Department or Senatorial investigators.
Report published during the weekend said Dean, fired as White House
cound Apdil30,. has told proeeutors and Senate Investigators that he had
30 to40 meling with Nixon easier this year.
Deputy Press Secetary Gerald L. Warren, who earlier had denounced
the pub ed reports In a formal statement, said In response to a question
that "obenuey" (there were topics of Intaest this year that would have
Involved office of counsel."
Warren said the topic included Nixon's own Watergate Investigation,
administration policy on citing executive privilege and hearings on the
unsuccessful nomination of L. Patrick Gray to be Director of the
FBI.(efE STORY THIS PAGE)
URGES END OF SUPPORT FOR POLICE & PRISON SYSTEMS
WASHINGTON (AP) Senator Edward Kennedy has urged the Nixon
administration to end all support for the police and prison systems of
South Vietnam. In a Senate speech today, the Massachusett Democrat said
there are thousands of political prisoners in South Vietnam, despite denials
by the Saion government.
Kennedy said the US. has supported such arrests by financing-so called
"public safety" programmes through the Agency for International
Development. Kennedy said A.I.D.'s programme and funding are
continuing although its public safety division in Saigon has been abolished.
US. NORTH VIET TALKS CONTINUE IN PA RIS
PARIS (AP) Negotiators of the U.S. and North Vietnam met again
today in Paris on Implementing the cease-fire agreement. Their chiefs,
Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho, start crucial new meetings Wednesday.
Today Kissinger's deputy, William Sullivan, and North Vietnam's
Nguyen Co Thach met for five and one-half hours.
FIERCE FIGHTING IN MEKONG DELTA
SAIGON, JUNE 5 (AP) Communist attacks in the Mekong Delta have
sparked some of the fiercest fighting In Vietnam since the beginning of the
cease-fire on Jan. 28.
The battles exploded about 40 miles from the capital, in an area dose to
the district town of Cal Lay. The Viet Cong claim Saigon forces are
launching land-grabbing operations in the area shned at extending their
control, but the Communists had no Immediate comment on the latest
fighting.
Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien, chief spokesman for the Saigon Command
reported that a Communist artillery attack Sunday against a government
outpost southwest of Cal Lay quickly erupted into a full-scale battle. The
barrage was followed by an infantry assault that cost the Viet Cong and
North Vietnamese 59 dead and an unknown number of wounded, Hien
announced. Government casualties were put at 26 killed and SO wounded.
A second Communist attack was launched the next day against
government infantrymen operating in the marshy plain of reeds, northwest
of Cal Lay. a long-standing Viet Cong Infiltration route, Hen said.
ECM FOREIGN MINISTERS & US. TALKS STALL
LUXEMBOURG (AP) Common Market Foreign Ministers failed
Monday to resolve their differences on upcoming key trade talks with the
United States but discussed them in "a more conciliatory mood than
before," informed sources said.
The nine European Foreign Ministers agreed to try again later this
month to overcome differences stemming from a French hard-line stance
on two iasues vital to the United States monetary policy and farm
products.
While Britain and other nations want a flexible Common Market
approach to next September's major trade talks in the non-Communist
world, the French want to:
Stick to the Common Market's farm policy of high support prices
backed by high levies to limit farm product Imports from America and
other outsiderf, a position which the Irish supported.
Preserve the common tariff wall of the European Community against
industrial imports, and
Make the U.S. dollar once more convertible into gold or some other
adhlarnble aset.
The Common Market has set a June 30 deadline for agreeing on Its
unlfed policy for the Important "Nixon round" trade talks.


DOLLAR SUFFERS WORST LOSS
LONDON. (AP) The American dollar, which suffered its worst losses
of the year yesterday, continues to falter today. Unprecedented lows were
r1eo0ded in Frankfurt, Zurich, and Paris. Among the reasons given for the
l lack of confidence In Amkericancurrypcy Is the Watetgate scandal. Dealers
o there wo*lene tharut4r le Nixos* ability to solve economic
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CO'S RUEST FOR POSTPONEMENT REJECtED
WASHINOTON (AP) Despite an e'objetlion from the special
prosecutor, the Senate Watergate hearings will resume today as scheduled.
The Investigating committee plans a private meeting before the hearings to
make a formal decision on the request from Archibald Cox for a
S three-month postponement. But a majority of the panelists already has
announced their opposition. (a SEE STORY THIS PA E)
One of today's scheduled witnesses is Republican Party aide Robert
SRiner, 1 ie has been named by onvicted conspirator James McCord as
S one who could support McCord' contention that the bugging operation
had the prior approval of campaign official Magruder, former Atomey
General John Mtchell, and Counse John Dean.
S Washington fire official say a blame of susmpicious origin was put out lt
* night In the building that houses the offi e committee for the
S re-election of the President. No damage to the offices was reported.
Firemen amid some IS persons were safely evacuated from upper floors of
the 12 tory building.
Daniel berg will appear In a Los Angeles court today in connection
t with the Watergate-llnked break.in at the office of his pychlatrist.
Disclosure of the burglary was made during the Pentagon Papers trial last
S month and led to the eventual dismsisal of all charges. Federal judge Matt
S Byrn ruled the government had been guilty of several acts of misconduct.
THOUSANDS SUPPORT GREEK REPUBLIC
ATHENS (AP) Thousands of Athenians poured into the streets
Saturday in support of the new Greek republic, but discontent spread
II; military leaders.
About 10,00 persons, most of them workers carried banners and
distributed leaflets. In an orderly fashion they allied about Omonia Square
S in downtown Athena shouting "Zito I Dimokrata," or "Long live the
Republic." Leaflets scattered about said, "President Papedopoulos, the
George Papadopoulos, itfrotng n of the regme, declared the end of the
manarchs Friday and made himself temporary president of the news
Republic.
" In abolishing the monarchy, the army-backed government has been In
power ine a 1967 coup dethroned King Constantine. Papadopoulos. who
engineered the coup, accused Constantine of "monstrous acts" against the
relime. The deposed monarch has been Iaslf-exile in Rome since his
bortW countercoup in Decemolr 17 ei, ht moantl after Papedopoulos
CuaSasMae, who observed his 3 birthday Saturday, was in seclusion
in his guarded Rome via, deliberating withhos mother and two sisters who
few to Rome Friday night.
S TIOOPMG TiE COLOUR
I LONDON (AP) Queen Elisabeth II celebrated her official birthday
ad the 20th anniversary of her coronation Saturday in the annual show of
Usiltary pomp sad circumetance known as Trooping the Colour.
S The Britih monarch, dittg side-4addle on a hugp black mare donated
, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, took the salute as five regiments ol
* sarlet-coated and beamkin-hatted troops marched pust before thousands
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By Lawrence L. Knutson
WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Sente's Watergte
committee resumed its televised nvestgation today after
spring the request of special prosecutor Archibald Cox for a
tree-moth postponement. I
Senator Sam J. Ervin, a four times since her initial
north Carolina Democrat and appearances last year.
the committee chairman, said In requesting the the
the committee decided in suspension, Cox told chairman
executive session that "duty Sen. Ervin that immediate
requires it to decline" Cox's public hearings will impede his
request for a delay. investigation and "make it
He cited the Senate impossible to get at the truth
resolution ordering the from bottom to too."
investigation, and said the Ervin, who met informally
panel does not share the fear with Cox on Saturday, said
expressed by Cox that the Sunday that he would not
courts might permit the guilty grant Cox's request "because
to go free because of the public the American people are
inquiry. entitled to find out what
Furthermore, Ervin said, the actually happened without
committee believes there is a having to wait till justice
greater likelihood that other travels on leaded feet."
people indicted in the In his formal five-page letter,
Watergate case can receive fair Cox said that "the
trials in "an atmosphere of continuation of hearinMs at this
judicial calm" after the Senate time creates grave danger that
investigators have completed the full facts about the
their task. Watergate case and related
Sen. Howard H. Baker Jr., matters will never come to
(R-Tenn.) the vice chairman, light, and that many of those
endorsed the Ervin statement, who are guilty of serious
saying he considers it wrongdoing will never be
the responsibility of the brought to justice."
committee "to conduct the Cox said that he was not
public business in public view." suggesting that the hearings be
And so, after an executive called off completely, nor had
session that lasted more than he ever made that request to
an hour, the Watergate panel the committee.
began questioning its 12th "I am urging that the special
witness, Mrs. Sally Harmony, prosecutor be given time to
secretary to Watergate assess this enormously complex
conspirator G. Gordon Liddy case and to advise the select
when he was counsel at the committee about the
Committee for the Re-election consequences of the
of the President. appearance of particular
Mrs. Harmony said Liddy witnesses at the televised
"talked to a number of people hearings," he said.
at the White House" by TIME NEEDED
telephone. She named John Cox said that although he
Dean, former counsel to the thought that a three-month
president; Egil Kogh, former suspension of the hearings
head of the so-called Plumbers seems reasonable, he would be
Investigation Unit, and Gordon grateful for any significant
Strachan, formerly an aide to period of delay.
chief of staff H. R. Haldeman. "The more time I can have,
She also said he talked the more accurately I can later
periodically with an official of advise the select committee on
the internal revenue service. the likely effects of the
That official's name was not resumption of the hearings
totally cea. .upon the full developmentief
SPY IN CAMP information and the best way
Mrs. Harmony testified that tO assure the possibility of fair
die was aware that the Nixon trials," Cox said.
organization also had an agent Cox said that he would keep
in the campaign headquarters the committee advised of the
of Senator Edmund S. Muskie, progress of his office's work.
a Democrat of Maine. She said Ervin told a news conference
she did not know what he in Boston Sunday that Cox had
ported. asked him to postpone the
"I'm just aware somebody hearings until indictments have
was there," she said. been returned. It won't happen
Mrs. Harmony said she "if it's up to me," Ervin said.
knew of the agent because Meanwhile, the White House
Liddy said at one point that he said it will not furnish
was taking somebody out of investigators with logs of
Muskie headquarters and conversations that President
moving him to the McGovern Nixon had about the Watergate
headquarters. scandal this year with ousted
The questions of perjury and counsel John W. Dean III.
a Florida trip came up because "The President's logs are not
of testimony in civil subject to subpoena," said
proceedings by two of Mrs. deputy press secretary Gerald
Harmony's co-workers. L. Warren. Supplying the
They have testified that they materials, he said, would be
recall Mrs. Harmony told them "constitutionally in-
she had perjured herself during appropriate."
the grand jury's initial Dean, fired as White House
investigation of the Watergate lawyer on April 30, was quoted
break-in. But Mrs. Harmony in published reports as saying
said Tuesday that at the time he discussed aspects of the
of the reported conversations Watergate coverup with the
she had yet to appear before president or in Nixon's
the grand jury. President or in Nixon's
She also denied that a presence 30-40 times between
two-week trip to Florida had January and April.
been given to her by Nixon The Washington Post,
campaign officials as a reward quoting sources, said Dean
for false testimony. She said t plans to allege coordinated

undertake a two-week against the President In the
a e press using innuendo,
a ment in connection with distortion of fact and outright
the Republican convention, falsehood." '
But Mrs. Harmony said On Monday, Warren
today, I never fdt anyone acknowledged the President
owed me anything." had conferred with Dean and
She said under questioning said the topics included
that ihe doesn't know why the Nixon's own Watergte
grand jury has called her back investigation .


News highlights


WISCONSIN GOVERNOR WANTS NIXON T# RESIGN


STATELINE, NEV.
(AP)-Gov. Patrick Lucey of
Wisconsin urged President
Nixon on Monday to sign
because of the W tgate
scandal, but another overnor
said Nixon still is cable of
leading the nation mid should
stay in the White Houm.
Lucey, a Democrat, said that
because of Watergte Nixon
can no longer toead the country
effectively and should reign
rather than tofe the country
to go through the p s of
impeachment. '
"1 think that for the good of
the country, the President
ought to resign," Lu-y told
reporters. at te 6Sth manual
national govemors conference
at this Lake Tahoe amblins
"The evidence, inWcludi his
own 4,800word staement, is
o conclusive not only that he
had knowledge o the ovewrp,


but also participated in it, that
he cannot be rehabilitated,"
Lu6ey said.
In a news conference a few
minutes earlier, Virginia Gov.
Linwood Holton, chairman of
the Republican Governors
Association, said Nixon s still
capable of leading the nation
and should stay in office.
Holton called a proposal by
former defense secretary Clark
Clifford that 1oAi Nixon and
Vice President 5prio T. Agnew
resign "absr6d n its face:*
Lucey said he would like to
see Agnew stay on as heed of a
caretaker government with a
bipartisan cabinet.
Conference chairman Marvin
Mandel of Maryland
announced later that Agnew,
formerly the Nixon
administration's. is*= with
the governc, wold be
coming to the ooadmeace on
Tuesday.


Lucey said Nixon's political
leadership had been
undermined by scandal, and
he said the current
International gold crisis reflects
"lack of confidence in his
ability to run the domestic
economy of this country."
Oregon Gov. Tom McCall, a
Republican, called Lucey's
proposal "the hairtrigger
reaction of onq of the most
partisan Governors we have in
the conferemde." However,
McCal conceded, Nixon's
ability to Govern "has been
jeopardized "
Lucey mid he was reserving
judgment on whether to call
for impeachment If Nixon does
not eign, but he left the
option open.
"The trouble with
impeauhment' Luey sMid, "is
that the cur may be worse
than the disease because of the
long, drawn-out procedure.


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rMi1All5 1IN
PARIS (AP)-Tfems of
experts searched a bereaved
French town Monday for a reel
of tape that could help explain
the fatal crash of the Soviet
TU144 supersonic airliner.
There was widespread
speculation that pilot error
caused the explosion of the
plane as it flew by spectators
Sunday on a demonstration
flight at the Paris Air Show,
Newspapers quoting
unidentified aviation specialists
said pilot Mikhail Koslov may
have subjected the 180-ton
plane to unbearable stresses
during spectacular maneuvers
to impress the crowd.
Officials conducting the
investigation of the crash
refused to comment on the
reports, as did Soviet aviation
officials in Paris. Instead, they
patiently searched for the tape
from the plane's flight recorder
in the ruins at Goussainville,
the small town north of Paris
where the plane crashed.
The six members of the
plane crew and eight persons
on the ground died in the
crash. Twenty-eight others
were hospitalized, mostly with
burns.
Investigators found the
flight recorder box and a strip
of exposed film. But the
all-important tape, which
monitors all phases of flight
and could tell what caused the
disaster, was still lost in the
rubble.
Bulldozers pushed down the
shattered remains of little tile
cottages in an effort to get at
the needlenosed cockpit of the
huge-jet, where the bodies of
four crewmen were crushed.
They had pulled out three of
the bodies by late Monday but
had not yet found the fourth.
Goussainville prepared to
bury its eight dead, most of
them children who were in
their homes or playing in their
gardens when the flaming jet
came screaming out of the sky.
OUT OF CONTROL
The four-engine TU144 can
fly at 1,550 miles an hour but
was at subsonic speed for its
demonstration on the last day
of the show.
Koslov, who had flown the
~iaite from 'Moscow to Paris
last week, made a low pass
before the 300,000 persons
crowding Le Bourget Airport.
Then he pulled into a steep
climb and leveled out just
below the clouds.
Suddenly the plane tipped
over and dived toward the
ground, out of control. A piece
of the huge delta wing ripped
off, then an engine, and finally
the plane broke up an instant
before it hit Goussainville.
At least a dozen cottages
were wrecked and many others
damaged. A nursery school,
empty on Sunday afternoon,
was almost totally destroyed.
Angry town leaders called
on the government to forbid
future airport displays at Le
Bourget, but Cabinet ministers
and aviation officials said this
was out of the question.
"It is impossible to think
that such an international
exhibition be suppressed
because a prototype crashed
for reasons still unknown"
defense minister Robert Galley
said.
Henri Ziegler, one of the
co-builders of the
French-English Concorde
supersonic plane, said the
accident should not impair the
future of supersonic air travel,
But he predicted the crash
would provide ammunition for
critics of Concorde, a rival of
the Soviet plane.
The TU144, like the
Concorde, was scheduled to go
into commercial service in
1975. But Soviet officials told
newsmeu, last week that a few
unspecified problems remained
to be solved.


LANGEN, GERMANY
(AP)-~ 1cea Anne today bid
awm l to her flmce, Lt. Mark
phope, after a two-day rendervous
at two saoulhn German cstles.
a retired by train to his
ddh ,mvM cavalry unit near
Hambueg and Ams was driven to
Frankfurt aiport for a flight to
West erft. E* i
The c anoie spt Monday night
at Wolgtten Castle near
Frman urt M gauets of Princess
Ma eet of Heasels, a cousin of the
British royal famiSy. The two spent
Sunday !r.ht with Anne's relatives
at Laepanburs Castle neat
stuntrt.
A iosen photographers snapped
picture as Anne, dreaed in a navy
blue alt, left the ruaet-coloured
Woagartsn Castle In a blue sedan
accompanied by two German police
can
The 21-year-old blonde smied
and waved to her hostess but made
no comments to newsmen as she
was driven off to catch a late
amorni flight. She is scheduled to
visit British troops in West Berlin
until Friday.
Phillips, 24, left by train early
today after saying goodby to the
Princess he will marry in
mid.November. Anme's escort said
he did not know If the two will
meet again during Anne's visit to
West Berlin About 20 young
Germane attended a dinner party at
Wolfrten Castle on Monday
night In honour of the bridal pair,
Prince Margaret reported.
"They were young people at the
party, some of them Anne's
relatives," the grey-haired Princess
Margaret said. "We had dinner and
walked in the garden."
Anne, who announced her
engagement last week, flew to
Stuttigar Friday from London and
spent the weekend at 300-year-old
Laigenburg castle 40 miles
northeaet, as pest of her cousin,
Prince Kraft o Langenburg-Hohen-
lohe. Phillipa Joined Anne at
Lanm nburg on Sunday evening
after he competed in a equestrian
tournament in West Berlin over the
weekend.,
With Anne at the wheel of a blue
Mercedes sports car, the couple
then drove to Wolfagarten Cstle on
Monday afternoon.
PRINCE CHARLES TO
VISIT ANGUILLA
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS
(AP)-Prince Charles, the British
heir. will visit the formerly
rebellious island of Anguilla Friday,
Radio Angulla announced today.
The Prince, who today left St.
Kitts on route to Nevis aboard the
MMS Minerva, will leave for
Anguilla Friday where he will
remain for three days.


The unidentified hackers
apparently were in remote,
thinly settled northern
Argentina near the Brazilian
and Paraguayan borders.
Perhaps they found a place to
rest after three days without
sleep, forcing pilots of the
Colombian airliner to fly
15,000 miles.
Authorities said that was a
record distance for a hijacked
plane. The three days of travel
at gunpoint, with stops every
five or six hours to refuel from
Central America to Buenos
Aires, was a hijack endurance
record.
The four-engined Lockheed
Electra finally landed early
Saturday at Ezeiza
International Airport. Waiting
newsmen thought the two
hijackers were aboard, ready to
surrender.
But they weren't. Police
refused to say where they
might be, and the SAM Airline
of Colombia, owner of the
Lockheed did not clarify the
mystery.
Capt. Hugo Molina, the
aircraft's exhausted pilot, told
newsmen the hijackers had left
the plane in Resistencia,
Argentina, and made their
getaway in a pickup truck left
by authorities near the runway.
Molina said the hijackers had

IS $ IITS NEW

LOIS IN EVESPE
LONDON, JUNE 5 (AP) -
Confidence in the U.S. dollar
continued to sink in Europe
today as the American
currency hit new lows and the
price of gold new highs for the
fifth straight day.
Dealers again blamed the
dollar's trouble largely on the
Watergate scandal, as they have
doneueach business day since
the iU.S. cutrency began itd
latest plunge last Wednesday.
But there appeared to be a
difference in atmosphere. For
the first time, leading bankers
and treasury officials dropped
hints that the present system
of floating exchange rates may
not be enough to avoid another
international monetary crisis.
When markets opened
today, the dollar was plunging
gain. It dropped from 2.6100
West German marks to 2.5850
marks in nervous, active
trading, dealers said.
In Paris, the dollar dropped
to 4.16 commercial francs; in
Zurich, to 3.0250 Swis francs.
All were new lows, and dealers
said the bottom had not been
hit vet.*



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threatened to kill a stewardess
held as hostage if the truck was
not provided. But this failed to
explain why police did not
chase the hjackers after they
fled in the pickup, without
hostages. '
THREATS MADE
The afternoon newspaper
Cronica said the hijackers
claimed to be left-wing
guerrillas and threatened that
fellow guerrillas back home
would kill relatives of the
airliner's crew if the hijackers
were not permitted to make a
getaway.
The --SAM Airline of
Colombia tentatively identified
the hijackers as Gildardo
Rivera, who boarded the plane
in Cali, and Ario Howards, who
got on in Pereira.
That was Wednesday. The
airliner was on a scheduled
domestic flight in Colombia
when two men, wearing masks,
seized the craft. '
During the three days that
followed the gunmen never
removed their masks and never
slept. They permitted most of
the 86 passengers and crew to
leave the airliner during
refueling stops. Only three
stewardesses, Molina, a co-pilot
and engineer were aboard at
the end of the ordeal Saturday
morning.
Resistencia, 500 miles north
of Buenos Aires in Argentina's
poor and sparsely settled
Chaco region, is near the
Paraguay and Braif borders.
The airliner landed 'there for
less than a minute, Friday
night, then gunned its engines
and took off. Newsmen said
police were not at the airport
and no car was spotted
speeding away. Molina, who
had been flying for more than
30- hours, then landed in
Asuncion, Paraguay.. the iple ,
stayed five minutes, at the
heavily guarded airport, then
departed for Buenos Aires.
The Asuncion stop raised
speculation the hijackers,
might have debarked -there
instead of Resistencia.


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Urh Urtbunr
Nuumns A m ma J1=A= IN VY"A MACIsr
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmnas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pub(tMer/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH.O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publiser/Editor 1972-
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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Tuesday, June 5, 1973

EDITORIAL

While the Bahamas sleeps

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE AMERICAN people have been rocked by a crime that has
knocked loudly at the door of the White House and seems bound
to tarnish the image of President Nixon in the minds of many
people, both in America and abroad.
It is the crime of what has come to be known as Watergate in
vhich those involved "bugged" the headquarters of the
Democratic Party during last year's presidential election and, it is
alleged, tried to steal some of their documents.
The crime is alleged to have been organized by men near to the
President .... some of his closest friends and political associates of
many years standing.
The President disclaims any knowledge of or association
with the illegal activities of some of the top men who managed
his campaign.
The reason given by those involved for this stupid act is that it
was feared that the Democrats were hatching a plot against Mr.
Nixon and they wanted to find out in advance, if possible, so as
to be able to take preventive measures in time.
But even this excuse has not soothed the temper of the
American people, many of whom are clamouring for the
impeachment of Mr. Nixon himself.

America is a country where crime is rampant. Bribery and
corruption seem to be a way of life of many people in both high
and low offices. Money appears to be their only value.
But it is heartening to see that there is evidence of a growing
revulsion to crime in the country today.
All over the nation men in high offices a Lieutenant
Governor, an Appeals Judge who was formerly a Governor, a
Mayor and hundreds of other officials are being hounded out of
office.
In many cases they were only doing things that had long been
accepted practice in the nation.
When the Lieutenant Governor offered this as an excuse for his
actions .... and his friends urged that he be given a chance .... they
-3. *ere- firmily"told that that day is past and gone in America,
S hopefully forever. .
.This is a sick nation and it cannot hope to survive if respect for
law and order is not firmly re-established among the people, both
high and low.
I saw President Nixon the night he faced the nation on TV
when he told his side of the story and promised to do all in his
power to bring the offenders whomever they might be to
justice. At the same time he announced the resignations of four
men who had been nearest to him in the White House.
The President's face was grim. It was clear that he has been
going through a searing ordeal and that he was fighting
desperately, not only to clear his name but to preserve his own
image in the hearts and minds of the people he governs.
I was really impressed when I saw him face to face on the TV
and listened to his speech which was delivered in a strong and
measured tone of voice.
I was impressed because I know from experience how easily an
innocent public man can be drawn into an unsavoury position by
people who are near to him .... a fact that must have given rise to
the prayer: "O God, save me from my friends".
But people in America generally were not impressed. Many
people still believe that Mr. Nixon had some foreknowledge of
the Watergate affair.
A TV news gatherer interviewed a cross-section of students at
the University of Florida and couldn't find a single student who
bad been convinced by the President that he was not personally
involved in this affair to the extent, at least, that he knew about
it in advance.
**4**4*44*
I don't know where all this is going to lead. Over the years
Richard Nixon has been tagged with the nickname "Slippery
Dick". That is what a lot of politicians think of him.
But, on balance, he has been a strong man in the Presidency
and gave promise of becoming one of the great Presidents in the
history of the White House.
This affair could destroy his whole record and greatly reduce
his effectiveness in public affairs, both at home and abroad.
To say the least, this is a most unfortunate affair, both for Mr.
Nixon and the ration .... and the world in which America must
play a major role if democracy is to survive.


Americ a strong man at this time .... and Richard
Nixon, in his last four years in the White House, might have filled
this role.
Basking in the security of a stable British administration in the
Bahamas I always felt that I would never want to live in the U.S.
But God knows, the U.S. is now a Sunday School compared
with the way of life in the Bahamas today, where a Government
that will sever ties with Britain in a few weeks time, seems to have
no conception of the principles of law .... and no regard for the
kind of justice to which the Bahamian people have been
accustomed under British rule.
The American people are aroused over Watergate but the
Bahamas Legislature has passed a Bill authorizing the Government
to use bugging devices in the interest of crime prevention. Such a
power can open the doors to any kind 0o abuse by a government.
The Government has also passed a law depriving a convicted
person of the right of appeal in certain cases. This Act knocks at
the very foundation of justice in any civilized society.
Although the PIP won the Government in 1967 with the aid
of the English and other expatriate votes, they quickly passed a
Bill depriving these people of the right to vote and fully
participate in the activities of labour unions in the colony.
A Bahamian living in Britain enjoys all the rights of an
Englishman but in the Bahamas the English are deprived of their
rights and treated like aliens!
*****4****
I will repeat for the sake of emphasis some of the "Impossible"
things that have happened in the Bahamas under this Government
that I don't think could happen in any really civilized society in
the world but have had no effect on the consciousness of our


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Oil pollution could kill us!


TO DEMONSTRATE THE URGENCY of the pollution
problem arad the need to take drastic steps to protect the
environmerat, a story is told about a conversation between
two ecologists, one a pessimist and the other an optimist.
Declared the pessimist: "At the rate we are going, this
planet will not be able to sustain animal life including
human bei ngs in the next 25 years. We will all perish
from the face of the earth".
Replied the optimist: "I think that is an extremely
pessimistic view and that you are exaggerating the danger
which pollution poses to mankind. It is my own view that
even if thee present rate of pollution continues, we will be
able to sustain life on this planet for at least another 50
years".
While no one can accurately predict how long this planet
will remain habitable at the present rate of pollution, it is
general recognized that pollution, and particularly
industrial pollution, has even now done serious damage to
the environment and poses a serious threat to the health of
mankind.
The unLiversality of the pollution problem makes it the
greatest threat to human existence since man developed
scientific -methods of warfare and mass slaughter of his own
species, Pollution not only threatens man directly but
insidiously works to destroy all those things upon which he
depends for the support of his life, mainly food, water and
air.
But this tremendous challenge has once again been met
by an historically recurring phenomenon and that is the
extent to which man can remain apathetic in the face of
grave collective danger. It is said that the reason for this is
that the L dividual is lulled into a false sense of security and
easily abdicates responsibility for his own existence because
he happewis to be only one in a multitude.
In today's battle for the environment it is much the same
except that many of the world's scientists and, what is
more inl0ortant, many of the world's young people, are
now speaking up on this vital issue which affects them. The
rest of r-mankind, for the most part, apparently prefer to
maintain a posture of unconcern until such time as they
come personally face to face with the danger. It is tragic
because that confrontation can result in disastrous
consequences.
Take the case of the people of Minamata in Japan, which
has been attracting some public attention over the last few
years. Newsweek magazine reported recently that the case
of Minarmiata reached a conclusion in court recently when a
judge awarded $3,530,000 to 112 pollution victims and
their farr-iilies.
MERCURY DUMPING
What is the story behind Minamata? It is briefly
recounted in Newsweek magazine. Minamata is located on
the island of Kyushu. A chemical manufacturing company

U.S. STAMPS MINISTRY DENIAL
DESTROYED ON RASSIN CLINIC


WASHItN'GTON (AP)-
Because of a spelling error, the
U.S. postal service has
destroyed t.he initial press run
of a stamps honouring A. P.
Giannini tlie founder of the
Bank of Armerica.
A postal spokesman said the
21-cent regr~lar stamps, with a
postage value of 4 million
dollars were destroyed because
the designer spelled Giannini's
first name "Amedeo" instead
of "Amadeo,."
"The staunp designer spelled
the name th-e Italian way," the
spokesman said.
"The corrected stamps
currently arc being reprinted at
an estimated cost of $15,000,"
he said, Tlhey will be issued
June 27 in San Mateo, Calif.
Ironically, the spokesman
said, Gianmrini rarely used his
first name. He usually used his
initials, he explained.


The Minister of Health has
categorically denied an
allegation appearing in an
editorial in The Tribune on
Monday, May 28. In the articles
in question the Editor said: "I
was told' how a number of
nurses and nurses' aids had lost
their jobs at the Rassin
Hospital because of new
restrictions reportedly placed
on this private hospital by the
Ministry of Health".
The Minister stated that
"there have been no
discussions or no
correspondence between his
Ministry and the Rassin Clinic
and that no restrictions
what-so-ever have been placed
on that clinic by his Ministry."
He emphasized that if any
nurses or nurses' aids had had
their positions terminated
recently by the Rassin Clinic, it
certainly was not as a result of
any action taken by the
Ministry of Health.


people.
We are governed today by a group of men who:
Increased their entertaining allowances without the
knowledge or authority of the Legislature.
Collected entertaining allowances a year in advance.
Withlaold information on the public debt and avoid a
question ms to whether any money had been borrowed from
Communis t sources.
And .when it was finally prodded into revealing the public
debt, supplied only a part of this information as though it were
the lot,
Pile heavy taxes on the public and, at the same time, increase
the already exorbitant entertaining allowances of some members
of Cabinet .
Allow a Minister to hold a large group of American tourists
prisoners at the airport in a fit of childish spite.
Penalize districts that voted for the Opposition, and
seemingly sanction with silence statements by party members
to the efect that these districts will be punished until they fall in
line.
Tolerate a statement in the Senate by a Government member
that laws are made to be broken; and by another Government
Senator t-hat the taxes recently imposed on the people by the
Governme snt are a 'joke"
State that its internal forces must be strong when
independ& sece comes so that the people can be kept under control
because it had been the experience of newly independent nations
that there is unrest among the people after independence.
*Seermizgly have no respect for the sacredness of a contract
sanctified by an Act of the Legislature and proceed recklessly to
destroy tl-ue economy of Freeport because most of the businesses
there were foreign-owned and operated.
Gloss over the hospital truck scandal; the low cost housing
scandal; tlhe TV scandal; and give evasive answers in the House of
Assembly to questions on the cost of the new Post Office, while
supplying what appears to be incomplete information on the
handling of treasure found in a sunken Spanish galleon.
Make a tug contract with a Belgian company to perform a
highly costly service instead of dealing with a competent
Bahamiara. company, presumably because of its political
affiliation s.
Tax time people to pay for what in my opinion seem to be
irrational and irresponsible acts of abuse of power.
****1**
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
All truth is safe and nothing else is safe; and he who keeps back
the truth, or withholds it from men, from motives of expediency,
is either a. coward or a criminal or both.
MAX MULLER.


had been dumping mercury into Yatsushiro Bay near
Minamata. "The mercury found its way into the bay's fish
and then into the townspeople who are them", says
Newsweek.
The result has been weeping and gnashing of teeth. The
mercury has caused an illness which has now been labelled
Minamata disease. It is a form of poisoning which brings
paralysis, deformities, brain damage, blindness and even
death.
Newsweek magazine carries pictures of some of the
twisted bodies of Minamata residents who have suffered
from mercury poisoning and it is enough to shock any


sensible person into serious reflection on that particular
type of industrial pollution.
Hundreds of residents of Minamata some of them now
just children will suffer for the rest of their lives and
perhaps even into the next generation. Already the
neighboring towns refuse to allow their young people to
marry Minamata residents for fear that deformities might
be inherited by their offspring.
The millions of dollars which are being distributed among
the people of Minamata is of little value compared to the
beauty and health which they once knew. One young
woman sums up the real value scale when she said, "I would
like to go somewhere outside of Japan, somewhere clean -
a place with no pollution".
Such a place, a place with little or no pollution is the
Bahamas. But that is changing rapidly. We have an oil
industry in Grand Bahama and the Government has
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unsinkable and she went to the bottom of the ocean. The
new tankers will not be unsinkable and even now
environmental organizations-are claiming that specifications
for their construction make them anything but unsinkable.
But even if they are to be the best made tankers in the
world, why should we want to encourage them into waters
so treacherous that wrecking was once a natural industry!
All those people who claim that the tankers are
indestructible, do they know what could happen to a ship
caught on a reef in a Bahamian nor' wester? Have they any
idea?
In addition to the obvious damage which can be done to
the beauty of these islands, there is the damage which could
be done to plant life, wild life and marine life, not only by
a great oil spill, but also by chemical wastes such as
mercury, which is dumped into the water, and sulphur,
which is pumped into the air.
POTENTIAL DANGER
There is yet another potential danger and that relates to
the weather. This threat is explained in the Complete
Ecology Fact Book:
"The world has been plagued in recent years with huge
oil spills, frequently from tankers colliding or running
aground. The tendency has been to view these mishaps in
terms of what the oil does to beaches and wildlife and fish.
Forgotten largely is the fact that these spills also have
thermal effects.
"Oceans are a major determinant of weather, helping to
equalize the temperature of the globe. A complicated
interaction is involved here between air, wind and sea. The
very thinnest of oil film can throw that interaction off by
upsetting the surface roughness of the water, its
evaporation and natural radiation emissions".
What all this could mean to the Bahamas should be quite
obvious. That is not the full story but it ought to be
enough to cause Bahamians, or at least some of them, to
stop and seriously consider whether they would like to see
the Bahama Islands, so blessed with natural beauty, climate
and marine wealth, turned into a dirty work shop and
dumping ground for the oil industry.
The eventual result could be that the fish we eat will be
poison, the air we breathe will be foul, the beaches we walk
on will be polluted and there will be few tourists no sight. In
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By Abigail Van Buren
a its IV can T re-mW. v. N-"s sam, I.e.
DEAR ABBY: Since this is anything but complimentary
to women I'm sure you won't print it, but I'll write any-
way.
When an X-rated movie comes to town, the women
flock to see it in droves. Many come by themselves. I'm
,not referring to just mildly pornographic films, I'm talking
about the really rough ones which leave nothing to the
imagination.
I've attended such movies and I notice the women's
reactions are no different than the men's. Occasionally
someone will walk out before the end of the film, but
strangely enough, it's the women who usually stay until the
very end. How do you feel about such movies?
I have always heard and read that women are not
turned on by the visual the way men are. If that's true,
'what are they doing there?
Care to comment? MADE MY POINT


DEAR MADE: So you've made your point; the point
,being that you suspect that women are just as "turned on"
by the visual as the men are. Could be. But most people
flock to X-rated movies [at least once] because they are
curious-not necessarily because they want to be "turned
on." And if the morals squad would Just ignore them in-
,stead of staging raids, confiscating film, and arresting
exhibitors and patrons, thereby giving these trashy movies
millions of dollars worth of free advertising in the press,
they would die a slow death.
,rtu ABBSY: i would like your opinion of this situa-
tion: A girl of marrying age [18-20] leaves town for an
*abortion. This is a family secret-or so she thinks. She
returns and begins planning a big formal church wedding-
white gown, veil, and all.
Are we, her friends who are wise to all this, supposed
to act dumb? Should we buy her shower and wedding gifts
;and dance at her wedding as tho nothing had happened?
I don't like to be made a fool of while she and her
family think nobody else knows the whole story.
HATES HYPOCRITES
DEAR HATES: If you would feel less "a fool" were
you to tell her that you know the whole story, tell her. But
if you buy her shower and wedding gifts and dance at her
wedding, she might mistake you for a friend, so unless you
identify yourself, you're also a hypocrite.

DEAR ABBY: My husband took me to a company
party where there was an orchestra for dancing. We didn't
even have one dance when my husband left me, saying
he'd be back in a minute. Not five minutes later I saw him
iout on the floor dancing with a girl. I just sat there alone
and waited for him.
After what seemed like forever my husband came back
and said one of the executives asked him to please dance
with his wife because he [the executive] wanted to dance
,with his secretary and he didn't want to leave his wife
.sitting alone.
I What about ME? I was left sitting alone, but that didqf
Seem to matter.
Abby, I love to dance, and my husband is a marvelous
dancer, and there have been very few occasions where we
have been able to dance, and I was really hurt.
During the evening my husband left me THREE times
to ask that same lady to dance, so her husband could dance
with his secretary. The secretary had a husband some-
,where, but he never asked me to dance.
I told my husband when we got home I was humiliated
and hurt and he said I was the only woman alive who
would react that way. 'Am I? ODD WOMAN OUT
DEAR ODD: Not while I'm alive.

.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.
CALLENDERS, ORR, PYFROM & ROBERTS
Chambers
SMosmar 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.


Women turn out but are they turned on?


DEAR ABBY: Recently my wife and I went to the DEAR CITIZEN: I'm surprised that out of a dosen
office of a physician by appointment. It was our first visit people, not one returned yeour friendly greeting. But why Arrived today: Emerald WEATHER
there. It was a nice morning, and on entering th waiting make It an American trait? Such an mexpeeted burst of Seas, Flavia, Bahama Star from Wind: East-southeat 5 to
room I said: "Good morning, everybody!" cheerfulness on entering a doctor's waiting room would Palm BeaTroch; RottFly erda from West 1 m.p.h. Weather: Mainly fair
There were about a dozen people of all ages sitting probably have met with the same lack of response in Eg Om Bceanic f h;rom Ne Rottew York. with isolated show,.rs
there, and not a single person responded to my greeting! I land, Frace, or Italy. Sailed today: Tro New pic Flyer Sea: Smooth to slight
thought perhaps I had come upon a group of deaf and fored : Tropic Flyer Temp: Min. tonight75 Max.
dumb people, but they all answered when their names were Probles Yor est alm Beach. tomorrow 87.
called by the receptionist. YP elr a """e r eyI o It etf yw ehe.t, TIDES MOON
My question: Has it gotten to the point in this country rsoa plywrit, 0 AB : x No. **W, L. A., TIDES: High 11:11 a.m.and MOON
where nobody speaks to anybody except by appotmet? e staple, lf-ddressed nvop 11:34 p.m. Low 4:53 a.m. and MOON: Riese 10:00 a.m.
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AN ALL-0UT OVERSEAS promotion of Bahamas Goombay Summer '73 is well underway with advertisements appearing in Time and
Newsweek magazine as Bahamas Goombay Summer kicks off its three months programme this week.


Advertising will also appear
in several outstanding United
States dailies including the
New York Times, the
Philadelphia Inquirer, the
Miami Herald and the Miami
News.
Ethnic magazine advertising
will include such influential
publications as Ebony, Essence
and Tuesday.
The Goombay Summer
programme for 1973 will also
be advertised in the travel trade
press. Again, like it did last
year, Travel Trade magazine
has published a special sales
guide to Bahamas Goombay
Summer.
"Billboard advertising on
Florida highways and television


and radio commercials round
out the gigantic promotion
scheme for this year," a
ministry spokesman said.
In addition to its elaborate
advertisement programme, the
Ministry of Tourism is also
conducting, through its
overseas sales offices,
approximately 140 seminars
for travel agents in the United
States. Other seminars to
describe the third season of
3ahamas Goombay Summer
are concurrently being held by
Bahama Islands Tourist Office
managers in Canada and
Europe.
In conjunction with the
Ministry of Tourism's
comprehensive advertising


programme, the
Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Board and the
Freeport/Lucaya Tourist and
Convention Board, which is
responsible for the
coordination of Goombay
Summer on Grand Bahama
have also announced ambitious
advertising plans for Goombay
Summer '73, which began June
3 and continues to September
9.
GOOMBAY FILM
The local advertising
programme is also well
underway. The Ministry of
Tourism's 13-minute film,
"Goombay Holiday'., which
captures some of the exciting


IN NASSAU
WEDNESDAY
Tomorrow night is Shopper's
Mall on Bay Street and
downtown Nassau from
6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Most
shops will be open at that
time. There will be
Goombay specials (see our
Goombay shoppers specials
on page 7).
From 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force band will parade along
Bay Street. There will be

IN FREEPORT
WEDNESDAY


Goombay night by the Tori
Gate at the Internationa
Bazaar from 8 p.m. to
midnight. There will be
jump-in dancers on parade
from 9 to 10 p.m. Join them
and have a good time. The
jump-in dance will be
followed by dancing to the
"Band of the Week."
THURSDAY
Shopper's Mall, Internationa
Bazaar from 4 to 8 p.m
Special Goombay Specials
Bahamian food vendors
Steel Drum Performances
from 5.30 to 6.30 p.m.
Royal Bahamas Police Band on
Parade by the Torii Gate at
International Bazaar front
6.30 to 7.30 p.m.
FRIDAY
Nightclub night featuring fir
dancers, Goombay music
and the Limbo. Visit one o
the Bahamian night clubs.
SATURDAY
'Grand Bahamarama'. Fblklore


moments from last year's
festival is already being shown
in local theatres.
Assistant Director of
Tourism, Mr. Basil H. Albury,
in a recent address to the
Kiwanis Club of Nassau, told
its members that his Ministry is
using every possible avenue of
advertisement to keep visitors
well informed on what will be
going on during Goombay
Summer '73."
Mr. Albury revealed that in
addition to its wide-scale
advertisement programme, in
the local and foreign media,
the Ministry of Tourism will
have three projector units
strategically placed in the


special entertainment before
the band's performance.
Artists will be out at Rawson
Square for a special art
exhibition.
THURSDAY
9 p.m. The "Wl6Jore show in
the Bahamia Hall, Emerald
Beach Hotel. Admission
$2.50.
FRIDAY
Qoombay parade alo BIy
Street from 9 to 11p.
featuring the jump-in
There will be dancingin e
street to top Goombay
bands from 7 to 9 p.m. a d


Spectacular. A view of life
on Grand Bahama from long
ago to today in song and
dance at 9 p.m,
Independence Hall, Holiday
Inn, Admission BS3.


arrival section of the Nassau
International Airport that will
show a three-minute
continuous film, listing the
various Goombay Sunmer
activities of each particular
day. This is to be followed by a
visual presentation of that
day's events. The presentation
began Saturday and will
continue until September 9
when Goombay Summer '73
concludes.
The Ministry of Tourism is
also erecting an information
booth at Prince George Wharf,
equipped with a loud speaker,
for the express purpose of
keeping the disembarking
cruise passengers up-to-date on
Goombay Summer goings-on.


from 10 pjn. to midnight.
SATURDAY
Changing of the Guard at
Government House at 10
ajn.
For the rest of Goombay
Sunnmmer the changing of the
guard at Government House
will take place on June 16,
and 30; July 14J28; August
11 and 25 and September 8.
Other attractions during tW
'snumner W trs Of dithe
island; special surprises at
the various hotels; and visits
to the Botanical Gardens.


OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Art Shows. Bhamian Village
Tour. Rand Memorial
Nature Centre Tour. Garden
of the Groves Tour. Special
surprises at your hotel.


Fashion shows will bring

spirit of Gookbay '73 alive


l LONG BEFORE THE FIr T RUMBLES of the goombay
. druam invade Bay Stret at the Friday jump-In dances, or the
. curio-eekers begin lazing along the Wedaeday shopper's mall,
. the real spirit of Goombey Suammer '73 will have been eae and
s dancing!
The Goombay Fashion Instead of simply modelling
Shows, which have been a the several fashions supplied by
t lyrical high point of Goombay local fashion houses, the gris
Summer since the festival actually dance out Island
began three years ago, bego ythm, at the end coming
Monday in the Hibiscus Room together in a special
of the Hyatt Emerald Beach "production number" closing
s Hotel. out the show.
c Blithe-spirited BahamianZ
f girls, bedecked in the festive
colours and contours of the
islands once more do their
special weekly thing to the,
delight of tourists and locals
who have come to look
forward to the shows as a part
of Goombay Summer which'
has undoubtedly contributed
immensely to the festival's
success over the years.
Sponsored each week by the ;
Nassau A Paradise Isltnd
promotion Board nd held a
different member-hotel daring '
luncheon each Monday, the
shows were designated, since
1971 to fully utilize Bahamian
talent and love of gmusi and "
dance in promoting a festival
which is uniquely Bahamian. *
In 1971, the Board used the
services of Flo Miller and her
"Bahama Mamas" for th .
shows, and in 1972 one of
Flo's proteges, Princess Hannas,
undertook the 13-week,
different-every-week chore.
This year, Trend Bahamas, a'
new charm school operated by
two veteran Bahamian
charmers Joan Neeley and
Jeanette Wlkinson, will
perform the show.
BEAUTY GIRLS !I
In former years, maay of
those m irls medelli t the /
shows included present aad
former Mies Bahamas
title-holders, a In general all
or most of the girls had taken
part in some beauty contest or ,
Sthe other.


MAIS, Fperwa AN pasenn departing from Miamii lenatreatio Airport via Pan
Am hedegy, June 3 for the Bahamas mwe e sm d complnmal y embaPy Punch. It
was th begnning of Bahames Goombay Summer *7 and the alrnes deprture lounes
were de ted with Goombey Summer posters, blloons and bunting to put
Bahamasbound pmengers In the festive Goombay Summer mood. All flights touching
down at Nassau International Airport wars eated with Goombay daners andtmusitc. In
the photo, two Bahamilan girls, decked out In special Goombay Summer outfits.
distribute literature to embarking visitors in Miami. Goombay Summer '73 continues
until September 9. PHOTO: FRED MAURA


PAN AMERICAN GOES GOOMNBAY
By DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
BOARDING pte 42 at Misi International Airport ia Goombey onom for the next fourteen
waks.
Pan American have painted the raffia dance on the beach. present for the day to answer
over one of their Jet Clippers Perhaps most effective of all is any enquiries.
with the words: Jet Clipper the large almost life-size poster On Sunday at Gate 42 there
Goombay Summer and this is of a Bahamian policeman on a was a party in progress intended
the aircraft that will be chiefly stand whIlhlhits the entering to get Visitors in the goombay
used in transporting passengers passengers in the face. spirit before leaving Miami.
from Miami to Nassau for Miss Miriam Lockhart from Three Bahamian girls -
goombay summer or the Ministry of Tourism was Pge7, CoLl
whatever.
Sunday was the inaugural t .
flight of Pan Am's Jet Clipper
Goombay Summer and with Tb 1111 uIN ,
the co-operation of the LADIES Are you looking for Smart
Ministry of Tourism there was Fashionable War ...? If so, you must
a special goombay promotion pay me a visit and see my selection of
day on Sunday. Dressed, Pantsults, Lingrle, Top Quality
Gate 42 in Mianu looks like Merchandise. At Down to Earth Prices
Goombay room. Balloons with
the goombay face and
inscription hang from every
available ceiling space, two
kinds of goombay posters
over the walls the one with
the goombay face and the
colorful ones with the PERSONAlZED SERVICE AND COURTESY
dancing goombay girls. There is \ GUARANTEED
also the mobile which boasts -Ite O 9 Ep F H IO S
three scenes the dancing MaAerit ai*mdu Phone 21744
goombay girls again, the police Maert. Palmdale Phone 21744
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TANEY EHOWS
"Did you know that Bahamians are
best dressed people of the world?


Bahamians these three young
ladies were a credit to their
country. Donzella Burke wore
blue and pink, Princeena
Neymour the same with
interesting coconut earrings
from Jamaica and Anna Bethel
was dressed in brown and
black. All three ladies had
matching hats. Their natural
friendliness and apparent
relaxation (in spite of the long
thirteen-hour day they were
putting in) was as startling in
contrast to their tired looking,
harried albeit efficient
American counterparts as was
their dress.
You can't have a party
without music. At Sunday's
party at Gate 42 there was
continual taped goombay
music.
At the Pan Am ticket
counter in the main part of the
airport the staff were all
wearing goombay pins,
goombay balloons were
hanging and goombay pennants
were affixed onto the wall.
There is no special desk for the
Nassau flight, but the idea
behind this is that travellers to
other parts of the Caribbean
would inquire about Goombay
Summer.
Pan Am is obviously taking
Goombay Summer seriously as
their director in the Bahamas,
Mr. Max Gurney, is at present
in Europe helping to promote
Goombay Summer.
It is only unfortunate that
this inauguration fell on a
Sunday and a Sunday of a
long Bahamian holiday
weekend as I would estimate
that eighty-five per cent of the


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passengers on the 2.45 p.m
Pan Am flight to the
were returning
They certainly entered into
goombay spirit and had a oo
time.
The outnumbered tourits
seemed a little overwhelmed.
By far the greatest majority
said they had never heard of
Goombay Summer, and their
waiting time was so short that
the information with which
they were bombarded didn't
appear to sihk in. There was '
number of young couples and
it would be my guess that
they'd enjoy the goombay
programme.
SAFETY FIRST
One young lady was totally
concerned with the safety of
the flight as it was the first
time that she'd travelled by air.
I hope that the young man I
presumed to be her very new
husband and the goombay
smashes would sufficiently
anaesthetize her for the short
journey.
A second couple said they
had known nothing about
Goombay Summer, but that
they "were just lucky to run
into it". Two gentlemen
insisted that they were
travelling strictly on business.
One settled couple said that
they were also travelling on
business, but that they knew
all about Goombay Summer
having experienced one on a
previous trip to the Bahamas
seven or eight years agol
Another honeymoon couple,
who' were quiet and shy and
also who had said that this was
the first time they had learned
about Goombay Summer,
admitted that they'd be able to
join in the goombay goings-on
"after a few more of these
(goombay smashes)"
A less inhibited group of
young tourists, who said they
had heard about Goombay
Summer after they had made
their reservations, were the
most enthusiastic of all. In
response to a question put to
her she assured me that she
would enjoy it. She also
expressed interest in being in
the Bahamas for Independence.
"I'm sure it would be
fun.....it's always fun to be
where there's celebration."
When the 2.45 p.m. Pan Am
flight arrived in Nassau the
passengers walked past
Independence banners, passed
through Immigration where the
officials wore goombay'
buttons, collected their
baggage where three T.V. sets
were flashing Nassau scenes
and passed through customs
where the officials again were
wearing goombay buttons.
Earlier on in the day there
had been a Junkanoo band to
meet disembarking passengers
and accompany them to the
airport terminal building.
The more settled visitors
showed little outward
response, but the younger
visitors seemed to love it and
took photographs of the gay
group the men in brightly
coloured fringed pants and the
girls in richly coloured long
dresses.
At the Immigration entrance
Cy Roberts and the Lava band
which is presently engaged at
the BoomBoom room of the
Montagu Beach Hotel with
Carlton Gardiner as leader -
was playing earlier on in the
morning. Lord Cody was
playing in the Customs and
baggage area also earlier in the
day they were colourfully
dressed in red pants and red,
black and white shirts.


GRAND

BAHAM


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IUP W.TE
C10010'-'
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
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.
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.
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.
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.
C10000
INTERNATIONAL FIRM OF
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
'Accountant/Auditor for their
'IFreeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountants office
and must be in possession of at
least University entrance
qualifications and already be
studying to be a Chartered or
Certified Accountant.
Applicants should apply in
writing to the Staff Partner,
Price Waterhouse & Co., P. 0.
Box F-2415, Freeport,
Bahamas.
C7431
MAI N TENANCE
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 ordar 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.


,CLASSIFIED


JOB TITLE: (FOUR).
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment in a
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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.
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.


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 0-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: 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.
C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FAB R I CATO RS
(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.

C7442
REQUIRED. EXPERIENCED
GARDENER/HANDYMAN,
ABLE TO DEAL
EFFICIENTLY WITH POOL
MAINTENANCE AND
MECHANICAL AND
ELECTRICAL GARDEN AND
LANDS AP I NG
IMPLEMENTS. SHOULD BE
FULLY EXPERIENCED IN
LOCAL PLANTING'
WILLING TO DO HEAVY
HOUSE CLEANING. MUST
LOVE LARGE, SLIGHTLY
TEMPERAMENTAL DOGS.
APPLY MR. JACK
HAYWARD, BOX F-99,
FREEPORT 373-1528.
C 7434
EX PERIENCED
REFRIGERATION AND
AI R-CONDITIONING
INSTALLATION AND
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
REQUIRED BAHAMIANS
ONLY NEED APPLY.
STANDARD PLUMBING CO.,
LTD., P'O.BOX F-2460,
PHONE 352-7838.


I ELPumTEi 1
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAI RMEN
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.

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.


t7433
CHEF (BROILER) REQUIRED
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 formulae-
apply in person to or telephone
for appointment.
CAPTAIN'S CHARTHOUSE,
BASS (Bahamas) Ltd., P.O.
Box F-331, FREEPORT -
352-5109.

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
graphl electrical or
mechanical Instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7435
FIELD ENGINEER
Required to work at tht
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
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 contractual
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.


a ELPMTES
C7437
(1) VEGETABLE COOK:
Male, must be able to prepare
vegetables according to daily
menu for the day's business,
follow daily routine and dish
out vegetables during meal
hours. Experienced applicant
preferred.
(2) PASTRY COOKS: Male,
must be able to take charge of
the Pastry Shop, oversees all
the preparation of French
Pastries, prepare all dessert
Items on the day's menu.
Experienced applicants
preferred.
(1) RELIEF COOK: To act as
relief cook to sauce cooks,
vegetable cooks, roast cooks
and work at any other station
as assigned by the Executive
Chef.
(3) SAUCE COOKS: Takes
charge of the station, details
work to assistants and makes
sure that all sauces for the
menu of the day are prepared,
dishes out all sauce Items on
the menu during meal hours.
(1) GARDE MANGER
(CHEF): Prepares his station,
gives duties to his assistants on
the preparation of all cold
dishes, re appetizers, salads,
hors d'oeuvres, etc., supervises
and prepares all cold meat
dishes.
(1) ROAST COOK: Sets up
broiler station and prepares
and cuts to portion all broiler
items that may be on the day's
menu, also roast all prime ribs,
ham, etc. and dishes everything
during meal hours.
(2) BUTCHERS: To be
responsible for the controlling
of all meats. Cutting and
trimming of meats, as well as
poultry, fish and preparation
of meats for pastries, etc..
Should have experience in
cutting various sections of all
meats. Responsible for weekly
stock taking and ordering.
(1) BAKER: Prepares and
bakes 411 the sweet rolls,
Danish pastry rolls and all
types of bread. Prepares all
dessert items on the day's
menu and delivers to kitchen
for service.
(1) A LA CARTE COOK: Must
be able to prepare all sauces,
basic stocks, broth, etc.. He
must have the ability to roast,
broil, fry and grill and is
responsible for ordering his
own merchandise and
preparing his mls4-n-Ice.
primary school and ood
training. Experienced applicant
preferred.
(2) SECURITY OFFICERS:
Must be able to deal
confidentially with visitors and
general public. Should have
knowledge of First Aid,
Military and Fire Brigade. Also
must be able to read, write and
speak properly.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon
only, to King's Inn & Golf
Club, P. 0. Box F207,
Personnel Department.
C7440
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR -
FREEPORT/LUCAYA
TOURIST AND
CONVENTION BOARD
Applicant must have a
minimum of three years
experience in administration
on the executive level In a
tourism related field. A strong
tourism oriented sales and
marketing background with
particular emphasis on group,
convention, meeting and
Incentive sa'us, Personal
contacts In the above fields, as
well as with travel agents,
airline personnel and other
tourism-related personnel.
He should be a capable public
speaker and willing to spend a
large percentage of his time in
direct sales promotions.
As office administrator he will
be responsible for preparation
and administration of the
annual budget. He will be
responsible for coordinating
special events in conjunction
with the Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism and Freeport/
Lucaya's hoteliers.
Applicant should apply to the
Chairman of the
Freeport/Lucaya Tourist and
Convention Board, P. O. Box
F.650, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


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C10055




PBX-PABX TECmWANS



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


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MRS. Nell Pinder Ferguson
died on Friday, May 25, at her
S-il


home in West End, Grand
Bahama, at the age of 58 years.
Mrs. Ferguson was the
daughter of the late Julia and
Frank Pinder of Stanyard
Creek, Andros, and the wife of
the late Prince Ferguson.
Surviving members include
two sons, Frankie and Philip;
one daughter, Anne; six
grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs.
Hilda Kemp of West End,
Grand Bahama, and Mrs. Grace
Whyms of Nassau, and one
brother, Mr. Carl Pinder of
West End, Grand Bahama.
Burial was held at ML Zion
Baptist Church, West End, at 4
p.m. Sunday.


ISS SHARON E
w1)o is to be MAfarried to
Ms. DONALD KEMP
on June 15, 1913
ws chosen asl her Wedding China
itAsH.-MOI" by Ro L DOULjON


NASSAU AND FREEPORT


STANLEY TURNER INDUCTED INTO ROTARY
Rotarian William McP. (Peter) Christie, his sponsor, Is seen
pinning the badge of membership on newly Inducted
Stanley Turner at last Tuesday's weekly luncheon meeting
of the Nassau Rotary Club at the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel. Looking on (Seated, left) is Rotarian James
Cockwell and (standing right) A. D. (Bill) Farquharson,
President-Elect of the Club.


YOUNG MOTHER FINED $80 FOR


DISOBEYINH A CI
A YOUNG ',AUGUSTA
STREET mother who failed to
appear in the Supreme Court as/
a witness after being
subpoenaed by Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson was fined
$80 for disobeying the order
made on October 16 when she
appeared in the lower court
Thursday.
Nine teen-year-old
house-maid Elizabeth Gibson -
who was also accused of telling
a police officer who delivered
the order for her attendance
that she was "not coming to
court" for the trial of Kenneth
Wong accused of arson was
ordered to serve two months in
prison should she fail to pay
the fine.
Police officers arrested
Gibson on January 11 after a
warrant had been issued for her
arrest.
She had denied telling the
police officer anything and said
that she had never seen him


HIT ORDER
she testified Thursday.
The Supreme Cou
subpoena had been issued fa
service on Gibson following
application to the court b
Crown Counsel Alpin Russe
Jr., who told the court, ami
objection from attorney Henr
lostwick, that he believed h
witness had been threatened
with violence.
2 REEFERS COST
HIM $200 FINE
WARREN NEELY,
19-year-old seaman, arrested
by police Wednesday after the]
found him with a small amount
of marijuana in his car wa
fined $200 when he appeared
before Magistrate Emmanue
Osadebay Thursday.
Neely pleaded guilty an
was given an alternative three
months sentence upon defau
of payment of his fine.


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labour Minister calls for 'responsibility & stability in labour relations'


SNUBBED BY THE TRADE
UNIONS, who refused to invite
him to the Labour Day
ebrstions at Windsor Park
on Friday, Labour Minister
Clifford L darling had his
Labour Day address broadcast
over Radio Bahamas on Friday
waning.
In a speech broadcast at
7:30 p.m., the Minister issued a
call for "responsibility and
stability" in management-
labour relations.
The Minister's full text
follows.
My brothers and
sisters of the trade union
movement and workers of the
Bahamas:
Once again, today, we join
in celebrating Labour Day,
which is, as we all know,
dedicated to our hard-working
Bahamians. This year's
celebration should have a
meaning for us which goes far
beyond the mere observation
of a holiday and another
festive occasion. This is a day
that has always been set aside
especially for and to
commemorate the
hard-working and industririous
souls of our Commonwealth.
The Labour Day Holiday is a
day to which every working
man has a right and we must
always cherish the occasion.
Today, we should look back
upon our labours of the past
year and give thanks to God
for having brought us through
another year safely. This also
a day that workers should
reaffirm their faith and trust in
their fellow workers, their
families and their country.
I am sure that I have no
need to remind you that this

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event is the last Labour Day in
the old colonial Bahamas. In
the next few weeks we will
begin our celebrations of
Independence and the birth of
a new nation. When we
celebrate again next year, we
will be participating in the
celebration of the first Labour
Day in an Independent
Bahamas.
Next Labour Day it is my
hope that we will all join hands
together in the land of our new
nation. We must pause and
reflect on the solemnity of
such an occasion.
No one needs to be
reminded that the access or
failure of our nation will rest
on the shoulder of the working
people. We cannot hope to
build a nation t we are soft
and undisciplined.
SELF-DISCIPLINE
This most important job in
nation building demands that
we have courage,
determination and lots of
self-discipline. We must rid
ourselves of attitudes and
negative views which can have
no place in our new nation. If
the nation is to move
successfully on all frontiers; we
must all put our shoulders to
the wheel and strive for the
best. Each of us must feel a
sense of national pride and
each of us must feel a
commitment to shoulder our
responsibilities.
But this is no new role for
the workers of this nation. We
have always been at the
fore-front of the struggle for
sovereignty of the nation and
the dignity of all Bahamians.
The Bahamian worker has
always fought the good fight
for social justice for all I think
back, for example, to such
events as Burma Road in 1942;
The closing of The Nassau
International Airport In 195
The General Strike of 1958;
and the retire labour
movement of the early sixties
brings to my mind the long
hard battles which we all have
fought and won here in the
Bahamas.
NEW DAY
Now, however, a new day is
dawning upon us. The old sun
is fading and the bright rays of
the glories of a new nation are
upon us. We are entering a new
era, but we still need the spirit
and dedication of Burma Road.
In the same way as we
marshalled our forces together
then to bring about changes in
the old order, so do we now
need a new strength and a new
spirit to carry on the task of
building this nation.
The role of labour in an
Independent Bahamas will
continue to be a vital and
sensitive one and can serve to
be the keystone to the success
of the economic and social
development of the Bahamas.
The business which we are
all engaged in is the business of
working of keeping the
community going. This applies
to every one of us in the
Bahamas no matter what type
of work we may be doing. This
is a very sensitive business that
requires a lot of skill.
Ours is the business of


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ESTATE OF EDNA MAE ROBERTS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all creditors and
other persons having any claims or demands against the
Estate of Edna Mae Roberts late of the Eastern District
of the Island of New Providence, deceased, who died on
the Twenty-sixth day of January A.D. 1973, are hereby
required to send particulars in writing of their claims or
demands to me, the Attorney for John Roberts and
Charles William Pemberton the Executors of the Will of
the said late Edna Mae Rob -ts on or before the
Twenty-seventh day of June A.D. 1973 at the
under-mentioned address, after which date the said
ExecutOrs will proceed to distribute the assets of the
said late Edna Mae Roberts, deceased, among the parties
entitled there-to having regard only to the claims and
demands of which they will have had notice, and the
said John Roberts and Charles William Pemberton will
not be liable for the assets of the said late Edna Mae
Roberts, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to
any person or persons of whose claim they have not
then had notice.
Dated this Twenty-fifth day of May, A.D. 1973
WILLIAM McP. CHRISTIE, -
HIGGS & JOHNSON,
Chambers,
Sandringham House
Shirley Street,
P. O. Box N1628,
NASSAU.


meeting people, of helping
people and of making people
happy. And for the future of
good labour relations in the
Bahamas, it is important that
each of us reaies the
importance of our role and
help to create an era of
responsibility.
PLEA TO ALL
I make a plea to everyone in
the nation today to try and
come to a common
understanding of our labour
problems. I call upon everyone
to enter into an era of
responsibility and stability in
our dealings with one another.
I am not asking the trade
Unions to relinquish their long
and established tradition of
being the guardian of the
welfare of the worker.
Neither am I asking
management to concede their-
position of decision and policy
making in the affairs of their
business.
What I am asking, however,
is that we all adopt an attitude
of concern for all of our
brothers and sisters.
We are not fighting a


battle in which any one side
can emerge victorious., For
when we fight each other, we
are all lovers.
We know our interests are
never one and the same; we
know our demands are
different. But somehow, there
must be a common ground
where we can all meet. We
must come to accept the fact
that there a basic guide lines
for the conduct of our
disputes. We must also come to
accept the fact that there are
rules for the orderly governing
of our society.
The new nation will have
need for everyone. I call upon
all to join together and attempt
to make the Bahamas a greater
place in which to work and to
live. The workers of this nation
have always made their
presence felt and they must be
and will become a vital part of
an Independent Bahamas.
We must set our goals and
set our sights on them.
We must let nothing deter us
from our destiny.
Let us look up and press
-onwards together. For as


individuals we can accomplish
great things, but as people of a
united Bahamas, we can
accomplish greater things. We
must put back into work the
dignity of labour. To build a
nation we must each assume an
attitude of responsibility for it
is only in this way that we can
develop trust in our dealings
with each other.
As a part of a community
we share a common
responsibility to each other
and we must strive to maintain
this spirit of cooperation.
So another Labour Day will
have come and gone. Time will
march on but if we set out to
accomplish something
permanent something of a
lasting value then we will have
left something for future
generations.
And so my brothers and
sisters, standing now on the eve
of Independence, I can only
hope that each of us in our
own way can contribute in
making the Bahamas a truly
great nation.
Let us therefore give real
meaning, my brothers and


sisters, to our designated
National Anthem in the years
ahead:
"Lift up your heads to the
rising sun, Bahamaland;
March on to glory, youi
bright banner waving high;
See how the world marks
the manner of your bearing;
Pledged to excel through
love and unity;
Pressing onward, march
together to a common loftier
goal;
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Wife of Belgian Prime Minister is a


guest on Bahamas World inaugural

A GROUP OF SOME FIFTEEN DIGNITARIES, including Mrs. Edmund Leburton, wife of the
Prime Minister of Belgium, are presently in Nassau as official guests of Bahamas World Airlines and
the Anchorage Hotel.


The group arrived here
Thursday evening aboard
Bahamas World's inaugural
flight out of Brussels,
Belgium, signalling the start
of a series of weekly charter
flights from that country,
which will ultimately bring
nearly 20,000 passengers to
the Bahamas from central
Europe.
Total number of persons here
for the first trip is one
hundred and eighteen.
The sleek Boeing 707 aircraft,
Spirit of 73, touched down
at approximately 7.15 pm
and as Mrs. Leburton
stepped from the aircraft she
was greeted by Mr. Everette
Bannister, chairman of
Bahamas World Airlines,
Andrew Maynard, BWA vice
president and special
projects manager, and Garet
Finlayson, a director of the
airline.
The Belgian first lady was
presented with a bouquet on
her arrival by Mrs. Val
Martinborough of BWA.
Madison McDonald, BWA
director and financial
comptroller, accompanied
the group from Brussels.
After a brief reception at the
airport, the visiting
dignitaries were escorted to
waiting cars which


transported them to the
Anchorage liotel on West
Bay, where the group is
residing during their stay.
They depart Nassau for
Brussels aboard Bahamas
World this evening.
While in Nassau, the group
enjoyed a full schedule of
events arranged jointly by
Bahamas World and the
Anchorage Hotel. The
itinerary included a visit to
L.e Cabaret Theatre.
Friday afternoon they were
hosted at a special cocktail
party at the Anchorage and
on Saturday they enjoyed a
special Bahamian menu at
the El Toro Restaurant on
Bay Street.
On Sunday afternoon, Mrs.


Leburton and her travelling
companion dined at Lyford
Cay as guests of Mr. Michael
Ramsay, Belgian Consul.
The series of weekly flights
being flown from Brussels to
the Bahamas by Bahamas
World Airlines are the result
of a joint agreement reached
early in May between BWA
and Sabena Airlines, the
official flag carrier of
Belgium.
Mr. Bannister said the
agreement will benefit both
carriers, and that the
considerable period of stay
for travellers on this series of
flights seven to fourteen
days will be a stimulus to
the tourism industry and to
the economy as a whole.


WOMEN'S AIR RACE IS TO END IN NASSAU


MALE LIBBI-RS might have a
valid protest against the
rules of the upcoming
Intercontinental Air Race
from Monterrey, Mexico to
Nassau. The first rule under
"Pilot Qualifications" reads:
"Participation is open to
women pilots only."
No one has tested the
regulations in the courts
under the equal rights


amendment yet, but many
male pilots might just be
willing to do battle against
the ladies for the first prize
money of $3,500 being
offered for the winner of the
1,500-mile race. If the stakes
were a little higher Bobby
Riggs might be moved to
challenge the fem fliers!
The race starts at Monterrey
June 11 and terminates in


Nassau June 13, with
intermediate stops at Corpus
Christi and Beaumont,
Texas, Natchez, Mississippi,
Monroeville, Alabama,
Thomasville, Georgia,
Lakeland and Opa-Lacka,
Florida.
Twenty-two women pilots and
their female crews have
entered the contest, which
has been running for more


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Canada. This is the sixth
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Bahamas.
The race is organized and
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Catholic Bazaar, traditionally
held on the third Saturday of
November, will be held on
Thursday, June 7, under the
chairmanship of Bill Cherney.
Leslie Woodside has
volunteered to manage the
rummage sale. Other volunteers
will be required to work during
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Exciting 'water festival'


highlights Goombay in Exuma

I GERGE TOWN, Exuma: This beautiful island resort, famous for its bonefish flats and wolk
beat reIptta, took on a festive air this weekend as the Bahamas heralded in Goombay Summer
73.


The Exuma Businessmen's
inoclation has announced it
, agin a sponsor this year
Exama Water Festival."
ilat year as the island's
i ogt Goombay Summer
attraction the festival got
underway on June 1, and will
,d on August 6.
Weekly events include
church services, Friday cocktail
parties, which will rotate
amng hotels and Goombay
dancing on Saturday nights,
Which will feature raffia-clad
dancers performing to the
ibusic of a "rake and scrape"
band.
Other happenings will be sail
boat races in picturesque
Elizabeth Harbour, at George
Town, on July 7, 14, 21 and
28, bonefish tournaments on
July 14 and 28, treasure hunts
and beach parties at Stocking
Island, on July 8 and 22; and
community singing at George
Town at 3 p.m. on July 1, 15.
The festival concludes with a
work boat regatta at which
time skilled Bahamian seamen
will skipper their colourful
native sloops and compete for
prizes.
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The highlight of the festival
will be an appearance by the
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the weekend of July 21. The
band on this occasion will
perform the beat the retreat
ceremony in the public square
at George Town. In attendance
will be Parliamentary
representatives for Exuma, the
Hon. Livingstone N. Coakley,
Minister of Education and
Culture and Mr. George A.
Smith, Parliamentary Secretary
to the Prime Minister and
Chairman of the Independence
Secretariat.
Mr. Raul Maynard, President
of the Exuma Businessmen's
Association said today that this
was the second time around for
the Water Festival and "every
Exumian is eagerly awaiting its
Commencement."
Mr. Maynard said that this


year's festival, which embraces
the Independence celebrations,
should generate "a lot of
excitement," especially with
the Royal Bahamas Police
Band making an appearance,
and the return of such popular
events as the sailing boat
'coconut races' and the
bonefish tournaments.
Sailing boat 'coconut races'
are held in Elizabeth Harbour.
Before each race begins,
hundreds of coconuts are
released in the harbour. The
winning objective in this type
of race is for the skipper and
crew of each vessel to collect
more coconuts than their
opponents. This will enable
them to win the top prize.


N. IRELAND'S DEATH TOLL NOW AT 809
BELFAST (AP) Bombinp and a shooting marred the calm in
Northern Ireland on Saturday In the wake of municipal elections that did
little to change the province's Protestant-dominated politics.
Two bombs ripped a garage and a store in Londonderry's city centre,
virtually disembowelled by two year old guerrilla terror. A ISO-pound
bomb was planted in a hijacked panel truck in Belfast, the provincial
capital.
Army experts detonated the Belfast charge. There were no casualties in
either explosion.
A 25-year-old Roman Catholic, Samuel McCleave, was found hanging
from iron railings in Belfast early Saturday. Police theorized he was slain
by sectarian assassins.
A spokesman said: "It would seem he died because of his religion. Once
more the madmen in our midst have come up with a horrific slaying of an
Innocent person."
McCleave's death raised the province's death toll to at least 809 In
four years of violence.
Another man, so far not identified, was found critically wounded by
gunfire on the outskirts of the city.
The violence flared as the final results from Wednesday's voting to elect
26 newly zoned district councils showed the Protestants' traditional
political machine, the Unionist Party, has held its grip on the troubled
province.
The good Unionist showing also boosted the standing of Its leader,
former provincial Prime Minister Brian Faulkner.
ANTI -COMMUNIST DEPUTY SLAIN
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) Anti-Communist deputy Hector Efrain
Soils, S8, was assassinated today when be drove home, authorities said.
Soils' body was found in his car a sh6rt distance from his home, 12 miles
east of the Guatemalan capital. His bodyguard was seriously injured in the
incident and was hospitalized here.
Authorities said the deputy was shot to death, apparently by
submachine gun fire, in an ambush along the highway to his home. The
police said no arrests were made.
Last year Soils escaped unhurt from an attempt on his life on the wme
highway to his home, also last year, his empty car was blown up with a

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CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE NEW YORK (AP) A bulky
See 2 Features late as 10:10 containership smashed into a tanker
-EXCLUSIVE- anchored in New York harbour
e*lry Saturday, claiming at least
FINAL NITE seven lives in a series of blazing
"World's Greatest Athlete" explosions that lit up the night sky.
8:20& 11:55 The US. Coast Guard said it
"Napoleon" at 10:10 p.m. theorised that the steering
WALT DISNEY mechanism was a "prime factor" in
.ptroductlon"' the collision.
f--he saw the U.S. containership Sea
Witch veer suddenly, then sound
danger blasts for one or two
minutes before it crashed into the
699-foot tanker loaded with more
than nine million gallons of crude
r.ol.
S"It was like an atomic
explosion," said William Dunn, a
j Western Union employee logging
ships as they passed beneath the
i *M WS ***Verrasano-Narrows bridge for the
Coast Guard. "The ships came
together, and they were completely
40@ T m '" enveloped."
.t NMn5wOM'KCt c.7 ,r,**A" Police launches and fire boats
raced through flaming sheets of fuel
I-CA R AIR-CONDITION on the water between Staten Island
TO FIRST 200 CAR and Brooklyn, rescuing 63
crewmen. Twenty of them or more
:3 71were injured, and eight were
missing, the Coast Guard said.
SAmong the missing was Capt.
^ Constantine Derk of the tanker
Esso Brussels. Dead was Sea Witch
Capt. William Patterson of Clifton,
g 9-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005 i Some of the survivors said Sea
i Witch had experienced difficulty
Swith its steering mechanism in the
"I think we lost our steering
gear," said David Bracy, 31, of Bar
Harbour, Maine, who was in the
ship's engine room when the
6 610-foot Sea Witch ground into the
S. tanker at 12:42 a.m.


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RIDING ECONOMIC TIGER
NOT EASY EXERCISE
BR! DGETOWN, BARBADOS
(AP) Its a mad, mad, mad world,
the Barbados Advocate-News
concluded Monday.
Commenting for the second time
in a week on rising prices, the
iland-nation's only newspaper said
the situation was not without its
touch humour.
"Not so long ago we witnessed
English apples imported into this
country from thousands of miles
away being sold cheaper than
mangos grown here in the island,"
the editorial reported.
It claimed that the apples were
going five for one dollar, mangos at
three or four for the same price.
"This is just an example of the
example of the type of madness
that has caught us in Its train as we
continue to ride the economic
tiger," the newspaper added.
In recent months there have been
steep increases on a wide range of
goods In Barbados from gasoline
to government house rents. Prime
Minister Errol Barrow's annual
budget speech last week hit hard
against so-called frivilous goods
imported from abroad, particularly
liquor.
BAJAN STREETSWEEPERS.
STILL ON STRIKE
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
(AP) Garbage continued to pile
up along the usually clean,
wvll-kept streets of the capital town
of this island-nation Monday as the
strike by street cleaners entered Its
fourth day.
The street cleaners have stopped
working to press their claims for
back pay owed them from the
Sanitation and Cemeteries Board, a
government organisation.


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By MORT ROSENBLUM
MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA (AP)- Kelley, Muk and
Jay, the millionaire beachcombers from California have just
opened their third Bali Hal, and they're already planning two
more.


IIERICAN BAPTIST

COLLEGE SIAIIATE


SIMEON HALL, 26, (ABOVE)
returned to Nassau last
Tuesday after graduating from
the American Baptist College
on May 28 with a Bachelor of
Arts degree in theology.
Rev. Hall, who has since
been appointed associate
minister to the Rev. A. S.
Colebrooke, pastor of the St.
Paul's Baptist Church, Bias
Street, is the eldest son of Mrs.
Nola Musgrove, a former
Carmichael Road busi-
ness-woman.
During his studies at the
seminary, Rev. Hall majored in
theology. His minor was social
studies. He completed his
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were held last week.
Rev. Hall is a former student
of the Western Senior School,
Nassau Street. While at college,
he. also received the
Woody-Esther Music Award for
voice and the American Bible
Society Award, presented to
the student most familiar with
the Bible.
Before returning to Nassau,
he spent his final two months
as pastor of the Good Hope
Baptist Church, Fort Campbell,
Kentucky.
Rev. Hall is married to the
former Miss Linda Farrington
of Nassau. They reside at First
Street, Coconut Grove.
He is also a member of the
staff of the Prince Williams
High School where he teaches
History, Religious Knowledge
and Reading.

SOUTH AFRICA'S

GOLl OEIN


By KENNETH L. WHITING
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(AP) When free market gold
soared above $ 100 an ounce, South
Africans began sinking shafts for
new mines and stretching the life of
older ones.
Unused mines may be reopened
and some mining firms are merging
to pool their resources for more
digging. Advanced technological
methods will be used to examine
apparently played-out mines.
One expert reckons that every
$5-an-ounce increase in price is
worth more than $141 million to
this country, which produces most
of the world's gold. Prices have
risen more than $45 an ounce on
the European markets since
January.
The increased value of gold
means that state subsidies to some
of 15 marginal South African
producers may be ended. More
taxes will be collected, and wage
increases are likely for some of the
400,000 workers on more than 40
South African mines. Shareholders
in the mining companies can look
forward to fatter dividends.
Even the most optimistic gold
bug didn't expect the recent record
prices.
Robert C. J. Goode, president of
the Chamber of Mines, said that last
year the industry's trade
organization expected an increase
to $120 an ounce by 1987.
"Ever since we made the forecast,
It has been looking more and more
conservative," he added.
"We will have to expect a
continued decline in output as our
present mines become worked out,
but as production drops I foresee
the price of gold rising faster."
"Rising prices have already
encouraged us to do more
prospecting and to exploit more of
our lower grade deposits," Goode
said. "All our gold mining
companies are busy assessing the
possibilities of returning to
so-called 'worked-out' areas, of
opening up new adjacent areas or
of prospecting other gold leaders
above or below the present ore
bodies."
Another possibility is the milling
of stockpiled ore at the mines on
Sunday, a move that might
Increase output on some properties
by about 10 per cent without much
additional investment.
The world supply of the metal
was some 1,200 tons last year, of
which South Africa produced about
700 tons, Russia 250 tons and the
rest of the world 250 tons. Canada
and the United States trailed in
production. Ghana, Japan,
Australia, Philippines and Rhodesia
follow as significant producers.
Total supply in 1971 was about
1,360 tons.
Gold mined in any year is not
necessarily the same as the quantity
available for sale In that year.
Soviet sales are often determined
by need for western currencies to
pay for imports. Last year, for
example, Moscow sold about 100
tons more gold than in 1971 to pay
for grain imports after a poor
harvest.
Similar considerations also apply
in South Africa. which also sells
gold to pay for imports. During
1970-1971 this country peddled
more gold than It produced. Last
year, when there was a balance of
payments surplus, some of the
output was withheld from the free
market. This helped nudge prices
up on the European markets. Where
most trading goes on.
South Africa has mined gold for
90 years and the metal now
accounts for some 50 per cent of
the country's total exports.


It's almost, they say, like
working.
"I love it," says Don
McCallum, dispensing what he
calls his Mukian philosophy.
"Every person who gets off
that boat is worth at least 10
dollars, even day trippers. It's
like Christmas every day."
Actually, adds Hugh Kelley
later, "we're not in this for
money we had to stay in
Tahiti. Some say ... yes, you
can say we're worth more than
a million now."
Kelley, McCallum and Jay
Carlisle used to listen to
Tahitian mandolins together in
Newport Beach and work over
the great American dream of a
south seas paradise.
One slow season Kelley left
his law practice long enough to
sail down. He went back and
lasted a half a day in the office.
Not long afterward, in 1960,
all three were in Tahiti looking
for work.
They scraped up money in
1962 to buy a collapsing little
hotel on Moorea, maybe the
most beautiful island in the
world, and the rest is legend
wherever travel snobs meet.
The Moorea Bali Hai, and the
new ones on the other Tahiti
outer islands of Huahine and
Caiatea, charge a fortune but
are jammed.
People know the trio in Rio,
Mexico City and Bangkok
where they show up for


steam-releasing vacations with
entourages of a dozen Tahitian
lovelies, guitar players and
drink pourers.
Muk, noted for counting
empty tin cans in the hotel
kitchen at home, has been
known on trips to order 75
screwdrivers before lunch for
himself and everyone else
within shouting distance.
IMAGE
Their image hasn't hurt
business. "The great thing
about Tahiti," Kelley tells
matronly guests, "is that you
can have as many kids as you
want without getting married."
He has a lot.
Sometimes the group loads
grass skirts, banjos and money
into a jet and goes back to
California to watch old friends
speak their hearts out. "When
he blow it," all admit happily,
"we blow it."
But, in their remote tropical
paradise, they hustle harder
than they ever have.
Muk shambles bare-chested
and barefoot through the
dining room smiling at tourists,
but he's up at down watering
the lawn.
Kelley sneaks off to ride his
motorcycle up Moorea's
mid-boggling mountains but
more frequently he is conjuring
up glass-bottom bungalows and
hauling cement.
Though Jay grins easily and
leers at ladies, he spends hours
in a cluttered backroom
counting deliveries from their
egg ranch a side project -
and worrying about exchange
rates.
All of them, each around 40
now, clearly work hard at the
gay bachelor approach. "So
many old pals come down here
that our Tahitians think half


the United States is Newport
Beach and the rest is those
other towns like New York and
Chicago," Kelley laughs.
Sometimes they'll drop
everything and fly to Hawaii
for cocktails in a sort of super
college fraternity approach
toward life.
"When we started we didn't
know anything about running a
hotel," Kelley said. "We just
decided to make it like a place
we would like to stay in."
The Moorea Hotel, the
biggest at 47 rooms, is still run
like a giant bachelor pad with
guest facilities.
One woman screamed
something at Kelley during
dinner once and he rose to his
feet and announced loudly:
"Here she is, ladies and
gentlemen, Miss Badmouth..."
when she got worse, he
dumped the contents of an ice
bucket on her head.
LOVES PEOPLE


Muk loves people, but he has
a W. C. Fields aversion to
children and dogs. One
traveller asked if the hotel had
facilities for dogs and he
replied, "Yes, a burlap sack, a
25 pound rock and 80 feet of
water."
They pour what they call
the world's stiffest drink at far
from its cheapest rate. And
they sit and listen to guests,
bores or not.
"If you can make a guy feel
like he is someone apart from
the ordinary clown," Kelley
says, "it doesn't make any
difference what else goes
wrong, and he doesn't notice
the price."
A lot of extras are included
free, like snorkeling gear in
each bungalow and free rides
over the reefs in the Liki (as in
leaky) Tiki. Apparently the
formula works. For three guys
who were broke on the beach
in Tahiti 12 years ago, they're
doing all right.

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NOTICE

ESTATE OF THE LATE
EMILE JEAN PAUL VAN DER LINDEN

Notice is hereby given that all persons having
ny claims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same duly
certified to the undersigned on or before the 30th
day of June 1973.

And Noticeis hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the assets
of the deceased will be distributed among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to thf
claims of which the Administrators shall then havy.
had notice


HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Administrators
Sandringham House
83 Shirley Street
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ABACO land for sale, water
frontage.
Certificate of Title 120 acres.
Best offer. Cash. Call 23133
anytime.
C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C9982
COMPANY with right of
purchase approximately 1000
acres. Great Abaco. Interested
parties write: P. 0. Box
N4305, Nassau.
C 10024
HARMONY HILL
Owner leaving wish to sell 4
bedroom 3 bathroom house
Including 4 one and 2 bedroom
apartments. All completely
furnished, 3 patios, spacious
grounds. Present monthly
Income $1,550. For further
details call 31328.
C10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21h baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
a irconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen.,
tility room and carport. Built
in'gange and baker on lot 90 4
M0. Nice home In nice area.
View telephone 2-1722-3.
C9996
FOR SALE
NASSAU EAST house with
three bedrooms 2 baths,
furnished. Maids quarters- lot
120 by 120. Manicured lawn.
Asking $39,500.00.
Mortgage established with
payments monthly $281 -
eleven 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
shoppIng centre. Asking only
$4000.00 Owner might
consider financing.
AN ESTATE OUT EAST.
Kingsize pool delightful
Patio. 2 acres of grounds -
well fruited has four
bedrooms 3 baths, even a
Bidet. Plus 2 extra rooms for
unexpected guests. Plus
efficiency for in-laws- pool
sIze 42 by 16 depth up to 9
feet. HEATED. Sauna bath,
even a smoke-house for curing
fish or meat. Delightful for
large family and high class
entertaining ... See by
appointment. Price below
reproduction costs.
OR ACTION DIAL THE
REALTORS WITH THE BEST
LISTINGS -
DAMIANOS we sell real
Giste. Ring 22033, 22305,
22307, evening 41197.

ARE YOU serious In buying
real estate properties in Nassau
the Bahama islands. We also
exclusive listings or
intals management.
nt, FOX & SONS
- tLTY. Telephone 28012...


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completely furnished
Nassau East, near


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Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.
C9977
I BEDROOM APARTMENT
IN HARMONY HILL Call
3-1328.
C9991
2 BEDROOM airconditioned
apartment off Village Road,
fully f furnished, carpet,
Television, water included in
rent. Phone 2-4267 (days)
3-2515 (nights).
C9986
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with
ariconditioning Bamboo
Town. Phone 36959.
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.
C 10022
Al RECONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10003
BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
furnished. $300 per month.
Telephone 4-1288.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
M ontrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10051
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2,55.

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.
C10052
FURNISHED Luxury one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, carpeted, T.V.
antenna, laundry, parking
$200.00 Phone 58512.

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

I iM TI TI IENT ]
C 10066
TWO UNFURNISHED houses
- lease. One around $200 the
other $300 monthly. Call
LESLIE FOX, FOX & SONS
REALTY at 28012.

CARS FOR SAL
C9997
'66 Mustang Convertible,
power steering. Taxed for '73.,
Excellent condition. $900.00.
Call 3-1973.
C10018
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.
C10071
1969 Triumph Herald -
excellent condition. Call
22444.


31.


C 10054
1971 FORD PINTO,
automatic, airconditioned, very
good condition. Price $2,500.
Tel 36729.
C 10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER .
1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENT UmNp-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
-- Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FOND THUNDERBIRD -
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER -
Auto, Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIES -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR 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 -
Auto. $975
TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
C1001P


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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADI LLAC
FLEETWOOD- $6850.00
Also available
1972'VAUXHALL VICTOR
Goo# edition $240Q0Q:
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
BAPRACUDA-
automatic $2250.00
1969 CHEVY CAMARO-
reconditioned $1850.00
1969 FORD FALCON-
automatic $1200.00
1972 CHEVY NOVA-1
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.

SPETSFORISALE i
C10017
MUST SELL
Pedigree Dachshund Puppies -
half price. Telephone 4-1485.
C995
2 POODLES thorouflhbed
black miniature. Mae and
female. All shots. Phone 52195
after 2 p.m.


C9920
68 GMC V-6 TON.
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
a*londltoning, radio. 7,
Ller a spoteMs. *6
O.N. 5190 bewen
9 and I. '

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SeOW off: Montroes Aqsue
Blue Apt. building left .und

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C10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Orive Cruiser. 225 h.p.
Clystwer. Contact Smith.
5g11.


C10013
17ft. fibreglass speedboat.
$500. Phone D. Russell 24431
from 9-5 Mon- Fri.

C 10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

S ENTERTAINiCT
C9964
ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?
call
Film & Equipment
Service


Rentals of:-


Full-length movies


Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders
Filmstrip & Slide Projectors
Screens
Phone 2-2157

CARD OF THANKS
C10070





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THE FAMILY of Thomas
Curry, Jr. who died 18th May
1973 wish to thank all those
who stood by them in their
moment of bereavement.

IN MEM0MM
C10065


In loving memory of Vivian
Maura who died June 4th
1972.
God takes the best for reasons
divine,
But memory lasts until the end
of time.

THE FAMILY.

NELP UMNTED
C10068
SECRETARY, 25-35 years old.
At least 3 '0' levels or
equivalent, typing speed 60/70
w.p.m. shorthand 100 w.p.m.,
some filing, owner of car
preferable and telephone at
home. Chief qualities neat
appearance, integrity,
reliability and adaptability.
Application by letter only, to
Miss Barbara Brown, P. 0. Box
N-1 110, Nassau.
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.
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 n I inpecting,
repairing, replacing, Installing
an# adjusting 1and maintaining
all mWthanical equipment in a
major -poducing unit or
assgned area a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAY
'ECHNICIAN
M RlMUM EDUCATION:
6ood lsic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
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.


C7430
JOB TIrLE: (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
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, .Grand BahamrA
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.
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.
C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION;
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DU TIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9983
BAHAMAS GAS
REQUIRE:
SECRETARY
Fast accurate typing ano
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.
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. Gaod Bahama.


C10009
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.
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.
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.
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 precisloi
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.
C 10062
SHOP FOREMAN with AP
licence or better. Five years
experience including DC-3,
Beech 18 and Aztec. Must be
capable of organising and
operating maintenance shop.
Salary according to experience.
Aoolv: Frank Treco,
Trans-lsland Airways 7-8329.
C10057
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 Ilcences
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. O. BIx N5, Nassau,
Bahamas. uahamian Nationals
only need apply. -


WANTED


BOTTLING LINE

OPERATION

With experience in all

phases of operation

.Apply:


BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD.
P. 0. Box 6340, Nasmau.


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C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHTH
GENERAL REPAIR RMEN
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.
C10060
HOLIDAY INN has Immediate
opening for Food and Beverage
Controller. Minimum 3 years
experience with a large food
and beverage operation
required. Applicant must have
complete knowledge of
purchasing, receiving, storage,
inventory, cost control and
preparation systems and
procedures. Applicant must
also have experience in Food
and Beverage revenue auditing.
College degree preferred but
not required. Apply in person
to Mr. Rasmussen with
references. No phone calls
accepted.
C10059
HOLIDAY INN has an
immediate opening for a Night
Manager. Minimum 3 years
experience in similar or related
position required, with a large
hotel operation. Applicant
must be able to supervise and
perform all night audit and
front desk functions and must
know the NCR 4200.
Experience and knowledge of
food and beverage auditing is
required. Applicant must have
ability to supervise and train.
Apply in person with reference
to Mr. Rasmussen. No phone
calls accepted.
C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABR IC ATORS
(FOUR)M I NIMUM
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 accorlance 'with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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.
C 10030
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED: Requires
BODYMAN 5 years
experience necessary. Require
person capable of producing
high quality work. Apply ir
person to:
Mr. J.W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field, Oppd.,
the Ice Plant.
C10069
TRUST OFFICER
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Large, multinational financial
organization requires a Trust
Officer for its Cayman Islands
affiliate. Applicants should
have four to five years
experience in Trust and
Company Management work,
as well as the Institute of
Bankers Trustee Diploma or
equivalent. Applications in
confidence to Adv. C10069,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
C 10029
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(1970) LIMITED requires
RPAI RMAN 5 years
experience necessary, require
person capable of producing
high quality work. Apply in


person to:
Mr. J.W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field, oppd.
S the Ice Plant.


C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 34
years Industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
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.


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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,
SEC matters, etc. Will be'
requried 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.

TRADE SERVICES!
C10045
PhlderS tsltomes

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

C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. 0. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30

C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED
Contact D&R FURNITURE
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
iext to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS -
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.

C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO -TEL: 51071-2-3-4.


C 10046
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.
C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.


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in Nassau,



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in Freeport


FREEPORT

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WANTED


CHEMIST

Preferably with experience

in the manufacture and

quality control of spirits

Apply

BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD
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o10038
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
S or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100, 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.


F MNTE

6 GIRLS WANTED TO
PREPARE. COOK AND
SERVE INDIAN DISHES.
TELEPHONE 27 WEST END
OR WRITE TO P. 0. Box 6,
WEST END._
C7443
Experienced Divers for
underwater demolition and
construction must be NAUI
certificated and able to prepare
reports and pictures of work in
progress .., Must have
transportation anc necessary
SCUBA equipment. Bahamians
only submit resume to: "laugh
Construction, Box 3, West
End, Grand Bahama.


1-CAPTAIN A minimum of
three years experience In
first-class hotels and
restaurants required, with
French service. Knowledge of
preparation of Flambe items
essential. Good references and
Police Certificate required.
Applicant must apply In person
to: Personnel Department,
Bahamas Amusements Limited.
P.O. Box F787, Freeport
Grand Bahama.


C10067
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that, if the following persons
do not claim their repaired
watches from the Mademoiselle
Churchill Square Shop by June
30th, they will be sold to
defray' the costs of repairs:-
Audnel Clark L. Wallace S.
Cooper.

I NELP IUNTE
C7441
BUSY FREEPORT LAW
FIRM REQUIRES TRAINED
LEGAL SECRETARY. MUST
HAVE EXCELLENT
SHORTHAND AND TYPING
SKILLS. ABILITY TO
HANDLE COMPANY WORK
DESIRABLE. PLEASE APPLY
IN OWN HANDWRITING TO
EDWARD ST. GEORGE, BOX
F-2222, FREEPORT.
C7436
ACCOUNTANT/SUPERVISOR
-Qualified Accountant requir-
ed possessing a minimum of
possessing a minimum of
R.S.A. degree and 3-5 years
practical experience In the
preparation of monthly
financial statements. Applicant
must be able to service
complete set of accounting
records including computerized
general ledger and payrolls. He
must also have ability to
supervise and train others In
the use of proper accounting
procedures. References and
Police Certificate required.
1-WINE STEWARD A
minimum of. three years
experience as Wine Steward in
first-class hotels or restaurants.
Knowledge of European Wines
for courses, taste and serve.
Responsible for maintaining
Wine Cellar. References and
Police Certificate required.


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the speech." Rupert moves along the branch parrot to repeat the speech. "Excellent I "
to where the royal box is now hovering, croaks the monarch. "The parrot shall
"Thank you," whisper the KIng. "But I am speak in my stead." And he bids Rupert
still very hoarse. If only you had the voice bring the bird closer to his box. Come on,
of a bird, you could sing the words for me." Polly." says Rupert. You've important work
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the royal box. I'll start it off with the first
few words." says Rupert. Meanwhile the
King has steered his box to screen h1te
perot from the throng of Nutwood birds.
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his beak, the words are coming from the
parrot. On and on it goes, repeating every
word. until it reaches the end. ". .- and
now. dear friends. I bid you farewell and
wish you much happiness in this pleasant
part of Nutwood." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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Sron te Cearrell Rihter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is a day of
opportunity that is, you have big benefits
awaiting you, but you have to do something about them to
reap the fine possibilities. Combine the best of the past with
new and modem systems to be able to utilize to greatest
effectiveness. Charm others and accept compliments.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Excellent ideas occur to you
that can produce far better results with whatever projects you
an wokinddg on. Show associates how much you appreciate,
value them. Gain their further cooperation.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Sitting down with kin and
talking over how to handle financial affairs better so that there
is plenty of money in the future is wise. Study new outlets
that have rel potential. Know yourself.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You can gain some cherished
personal aim with the assistAnce of good pals and closest tie.
You have fine talents that should be highlighted. Avoid one
who wants to drag you down to his or her level.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you make
improvements on present holdings, you add to their value, and
that is a way of progressing. Go to a business expert if you
aren't sure how to handle some money matter. Have fun
socially in p.m.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Improve whatever you own with
a modern touch and be pleasant with those who mean a good
deal to you. Make it a point to introduce friends to other
friends you have. Show more regard for others.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get together with experts so
you can plan your future more wisely. Get into those secret
activities that pave the way better for you. Stop being so
lackadaisical. Action is the keynote.
LIBRA (Septr 23 to Oct. 22) Show more devotion to good
friends and accept others as friends now whom you have not
been sure of before. Some aim you have had for a long time
can now be realized. Try to put more happiness into your life.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show any bigwigs you know
that you are loyal and reliable and you get more support from
them. A good day for civic work that can be helpful to you
and those within your own community. Think.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Open yourself to new
opportunities and outlets that could make your life much
happier and more prosperous. Get the data you need for that
trip you are contemplating. More devotion to kin is important
now.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get busy with insurance
and governmental Concerns and other practical matters of
importance early in day so your affairs are in good order.
Praise your mate to another whose aid is needed by him or
her. This can be a fun evening.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) That partnership
arrangement of long standing may require small changes, so
make them in a friendly fashion. Study promises given and
look at them from the policy level. Then you know exactly
what should be done.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Do something to relieve the
tension between you and a co-worker; then you can
accomplish more. Put more work into your home so it looks
more attractive. Use greater imagination on your job, too.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who would do well in
activities big in scope, since there is the ability here to get
along famously with people of power and influence. Give as
fine an education as you can so your youngster will feel at
home in any environment, can deal with the biggest. A
government connection is excellent here, or work with large
establishments. Give the ethical training that builds character.
'The Stars impel, they do not cor pel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOUI


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3 Errors cause Big Q to lose to Jet Set ,


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
A ONE ALL TIE from the second inning turned into a 3.1 fenzy for lae leading Big Q who on a there he ae r by centre
fielder Kendal Munre and throwing error by Randy Rodges at short top aw thek chances of topping Jet Set sdip hrou thak
fingers as they bowed to the pitching of Eugene Thompson.
Collecting his second win left. Thompson followed and
against one loss, "I was relaxed sent the first pitch to him deep
and ready," Thompson said into centre to Munro who
after the game. He won against failed to field it well Sawyer in
Becks and lost against Schlitz. the meanwhile rounded the
As the hitting power of bases and scored while the
neither side was firing, the throw was coming in. Randy -
battle was between Thompson took the throw and in his
and losing pitcher Andre attempt to get Sawyer Sgoing
Rodgers. Rodgers gave up five home overthrew the ball giving *
hits and Thompson four. Thompson enough time to
Jet Set worked themselves score the second run of the
out of second inning trouble inning.
when Thompson gave up two Big Q returned in the sixth
walks and two hits. Catcher Ed but was unable to get anything
Moxey put the Marketeers on except a hit.
the score board when he scored Not at al hurt by their loss,
on Adrian Rodgers' rbl single, player/manager Ed Moxey was
Moxey who took a base on satisfied that "you win some,
balls stole second and went to you lose some and some gt :,. .
third when catcher Carlton rained out." He pointed out ,
Robinson's attempted pick off however that Jet did not .'.
went into the outfield, actually beat them but just
Overriding their tenseness, that they were the victim of a WINNING PITCHER BRUCE JOHNSON nds third
Jet Set returned in the bottom costly error. Big Q still lead the for home n the nning Sturday when Baho mas
of the second and Spoon league by three and a half Blenders stopped Lee's Cardinatls *4.
McKinney's sac fly drove in games. PHOTOs Riukey Wells.
Richard Brooks for the tying JET SET
run. Brooks also took a base on L. McQuay 2 o 0 0
balls, stole second and went to E. McQuay 2 0 0 0
third on a wild pitch. Gardiner 2 0 0 0D LA I K E R E U RN
STYMIED Brooks I 1 I 0
For the next two innings awyer 1 M2 oO T OE S
Jet Set was unable to get a man Thompson 2 1 I 0 AS CON ElDERS
on second but the steady Robinson 2 0 0 0
pitching of Thompson kept the BIG Q MARKET By GLADSTONE THURSTON
Marketeers hitting routine Munroe 3 0 0 0 REELING FROM A CONlINUOUS FLOW OF LOSSES I
outs. Albury 3 0 0 0 as ident that they needed him back. And so with d
Right fielder Robert Sawyer, Moxey 2 1 0 o resentment of wrong, once a in he took over Ae tiler of th
who paced Jet Set with two Ad.Roders 2 0 1 1 m. I to t, D e "lhd a ship lme, withll apta
hits during his two times at An Rodgers 3 o o0 and no cr he awith-Captain
sRoy Rodesn 3 0 1 0 and no crew," he ahed.
bat, started their victorious one 2 0 1 0 "We have a lot of followers With the acquision o
fifth inning with a single into Mows 2 0 1 0 .- A-. awa a. h ^ ^ v T
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Junior league champions


Flamingo win their 7th in row

LEFT FIELDER Jeffery Fowler scored one, knocked in two
and collected two hits daring his two times at bat Saturday as
defending league champions Flamingo A's getting offensive help
from right fielder Wellington Ferguson and 3rd beesman
Kerrington WIkerson defeated St. Michael's Dodgers 9.4, winning


consecutive hit. Herman
Johnson then picked on a two
and one delivery ddriving it into
left centre for a stand up
double at the same time driving
in Moss. This play sent
Seymour to third. Woods,
considered a good hitter, took
four consecutive balls to Waid
the beiea. Pripal inan effort
to keep the rally going jumped
on Davis's first pitch for a line
drive that looked like trouble
but the defenave effort of
Kendal Davis nabbed it
beautifully to retire the side.
For the remaining two
inng, the Dodgers were good
enough for only one hit.
Helping his own cause, Davis
secured a two rbi double in the
sixth pushing the A's further
out of ach. Vincent Major
alO had rbl.
ee*ee.eeee
Bahamas Blenders Junlor behind
the three hit pithNGSat f Bruce
Jo on and the three for Hoe
n fttg of centre elder Dexter
Rob moved within a half game of
Lee's Cardnal whom they
defeated 94 Saturday at the
The Blenders poir to lsf to
the A's last week were on a four
game wasinge streak. Speculation
has It that the Blenders will Pin
so on a four game wai streak
unto they meet the A's again.
Lee's had only one bright inalo
the third when they ored a
their guns. Johnson in that inning
=r up three walks and hit one
wi w the ptch. Thi set the
damage i that inning.,
a t, the b a ed
Fewk*' double taook 44 lead.
Walter FgMson and Dexter Roae's
Mli in the second inning sw em
ald 6-0 before John 's dautt
was broken. '
The enders however seterned
wi thm e to the fourth whis was
complemented with triples by Robe
nd Barr both of which collected

Seoned basenmn Ded Patton
and catcher Alfred Brown
combined for four rbs in the top
of the evenh as second place
A.LD. RoyaO came dramatically
boa three uns deflait to defeat
Marney aim 9.7 Seturday.
The Royals wa g suibjeid to a
74 drag bedoe ty eyexpded in
the death Patton knoetd i a
ttal of fewer t s duringhis four
times at bat. He Sa ud tA aend
selected two hits. Bown eaoming
i the top of the dxth knocked In
dthe dus l thi twoI a n it bat
and collected two hits.
Relief pitcher cecil orbes took
the win and Keith Wilght, who pm
up the eighth end ninth rune, was
chaed with the loss.
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their seventh in a row.
Ferguson faced the pitcher
three times, scored two and
collected two hits. Wilkerson
with three official times at bat
scored one and knocked in one
when he got two hits.
Behind the pitching of Gary
Davis who was the victim of
eight hits, the A'V took the lead
3-0 in the first inning and held
it straight through.
An unearned run in the top
of the second gave the Dodgers
their first when Herman
Johnson, safe on an error,
scored on Lenny Perpalls rbi
single.
The A's returned in the
bottom of the second and on
rbi's by Keith Butler and
Jeffery Fowler took a 6-1 lead.
Butler who singled on and
moved to third on stolen bases
came in on an error.
The Dodgers again came to
life on a two rbi double with
one down by right fielder
Charles Seymour moving half
way behind. This bothered the
A's none as they went on to
eliminate the next seven
batters moving into the fifth
inning. Meanwhile losing
pitcher Andre Woods silenced
nine A's during the third,
fourth and fifth. '
A threatening fifth inning
saw Vincent Moss starting
things off when he drew a two
out base on balls. Seymour
followed with his second


and we nahv a prety ugo h
team, and between the players
and the fans, we didn't want to
see a good team die." Thal's
Charles Williams and he should
know, because he has managed
them from the time they were
Kentucky Saints. They are also
defending league champions.
What Del Jane really needed
was a lead off man, and since
there was no other that had
navigated those treacherous
waters before, the blind leading
the blind they were to start
this year's series without the
leadership of Williams.
The enthusiasm of starting
out anew favoured them for a
time when they led the series
undefeated. Their cheering
then was double championship.
Awakening them from their
blindness was the then
underrated Jet Set who ltas
since earned the name "the
Upsetters." Further bringing
the truth to their eyes is Big Q
Market the team which
squeezed them out of the
double championship last year
and is now near blocking their
way to either championships.
Big Q presently holds a three
and a half games lead. Jet Set is
second.
The unexpected then
took over and, drifting
aimlessly, Del Jane plummeted
from first to sixth at seven and
eleven.
NO SYSTEM
"The problem was that they
didn't have any system to go
by ... just nine players go out
there and play ball," noted
Williams. "I made it known
that we are a team we are going
to work together. What I really
let them know," emphasized
the veteran, "Is that it's not
what you (an individual player)
do, but what we (as a team)
do." In other words "no
individual stars."
This seemed more sound and
Del Jane on reinstating
Williams won seven of their last
nine played, drew one and lost
one. Their loss which went to
Bahamas Blenders last weak
caused some commotion
among the fans. The loss to the
Blenders "Is no problem
really," confided Williams.
Oe ship is just rocking a bit
but we are not going down."
They have basically the same
team as last year with the
exception of a few new faces.
The few old players that left
Include their lead off batter
Anthoy Bow. Bowe, who
uand -s hit consistently over
.300, has now found a home in
the ecks Bees camp. Their
need for a lead off batter was
further emphhised when lead
off better Bradley Johnson was
put ea the disabled list for two
months due toa pulled muscle.
This however is a minor
Problem and io far, they are
marftg to overcome it.
Sa" pretty goo
offensively and the pitching is
sound, "commented Wllanms.
Padag the hIdttig s Eddie
ford, John Addaeley, John
WlUams, Pemny ain and
Buai Outten. "We are trying
to get Wardy Ford back into
r e lineup," pointed out
Wilams. "He used to be our
number four batter Ipst year."
When this year's eses started.
Wardy was baeg groomed for
the mound. However, the one
t het he pithed showed
'th fta w. not bis bag at
l-t tiew.


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micnl mos s em Ma ngcuy
- now Big Q to help out
Roscoe Hall, Frankle Sweeting
and David Jones with the
mount duties "I think we have
a very sound pitching staff,"
said Williams.
John Adderley rotating
between second and third and
Budts Outten behind the plate
head the infield. "Defensively,
I think we have the best out
field in the league," said
Williams. These outfielders
include John Williams in left,
Eddie Ford in centre and
Penny Bain in right
Although Del lane dropped
disastrously, with fierce
competition coming from Big
Q, Jet Set and Becks Bees, "I
think we should e4d up second
or third," which will give them
a chance for a single
champlondshp in the playoffs,
explained the confident
manager. Right now they are
fourth with 14 and 12 record.
Thus, Del Jane Saints who at
one time wer dejected when
their firing power failed, has
once more returned as
contenders in the league


WINS, SCILITZ ISE
CATCHER MACKEY BAIN
knocked in two aored two and
collected two hits during his four
tinea at bat Saturday as Schlts
Beer behind the two-hit pitching of
Bearty Murray stopped Paradle.
Island 8-1.
Murray, in piekin up th win.
struck out seven of t 21 betters
he faced and ave up one hee pass
on a hit by pitch. Bell Hallwho
took th lossa struck t four of his
30 opponents, wtald two and gave
up l hits.
The Islanders' sole rn came in
the top of the mend when first
basman Coli Thompson seared
on Sammy Addley' sac fly.
Second baseman Vines Albury
clouted a two-bl homer In the first
hinit and BUnd Bradshaw came
back with a thre-mi double in the
ascond Saturday as Bi Q
Marketeers ut their loin streak to
dse In a ow tfolwlang a 12-0
victory oer Ha i LLmber.
te MarkWeteersn Jumped on losing
Paar Roy Carey or three rus in
the top of the first before he was
reied by Larry Turaques. That
dM mat make say diffaence or the
Markmteeras who went on to score
two more n the first, ix in the
second and one in the third of the
fie lIanntg game.
Defensively for ft Q, Ed Moxey
normally behind the plate -
proteted ban where head
eight put outa. Money also


Tig Liee i iS o
aid nto bibs t dt his ow

amt e eo pitcher three
ta s d- apseed ad pichaed up
The LaWmermen who had only
oam men resblg third was pod
enough for fie hits.
Taking up from where they left
off Saturday, M Q came up with
three winning runs in the top of the
sixth Sunday to stop the arising
Mea"s mauders 54.
ins sINe the ishi tralMg 4-2,
W Ay a Albu andAd=an

VaSMfi' V Old

took s a-S aead.
Paul Johe on a sac fly that
drove in plnh nser Ronald
Ilth gave the Menders their
fourth run. Smith was runaitg for
Iamy Johnasn.
Relief pitcher Godfrey Johnson
aot tha win and Barry Carroll look
the los.
Offensively for the lenders
A.M lhg nao went bfrw or
sadr is4 In, l two. Pansy
inn wi se for three end
inered one.


WEST INDIES
HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP Cadr
Baker (left) and Bahamas
heavyweight champ Boston
Blackie square off in
preparation for their title bout
on Friday at the Nassau
Stadium.


PHOTO: Rickey Wells


U -.rt#Shoti


NASTASE BEATS PIUIC,
WINS FRENCH OPEN
PARIS (AP)-ia Nastase of
Romani8 bet Nikki Pilic of
Yugoslavia 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 Tuesday to
win the French Open tennis title
for the first time. It was the third
time In four years this title the
premier hard court title In the
world had gone to East European
players. Jan Kodes of
Czechoslovakia won It In 1970 and
1971.
Nastuse, 26, made the match
look easy. In one game after
another he hit backhands past his
opponent, and Pilic was powerless
to stop him.
Natmase went through the'
tournament stretched to 16days
because of rain without dropping
a st. Hie won a first prize of 70,000
france or about $1 S,500
ROME (AP)-Top-seeded Stan
Smith of the United States came
from behind in all three sets to edge
unheralded Phil Dent of Australia
4-6, 6-3,6-4 Monday and move into
the third round of the men's single
in the $135,000 Italian Tennis
Open.
MEN'S SINGLES, (second
found): Paolo Bertolucd, Italy,
best Jun Kuki, Japan, 0-6, 6-3, 6-2;
Colin DIbley, Australia, beat Jean
Rouyer, France, 6-2, 7-6; Jan
Kodes, Csechodovakla, beat Niki
Kaloerpoulos, Greece 6-2, 6-2;
Gerald BDttrick, Britain, beat John
Alexander, Australia 2-6, 7-5, 6-3;
Oa, Parun, Now Zealand, beat
Ivan Mollna, Colombia 7-5, 6-1.
WOMEN'S SINGLES, (second
round)4 Evonne Goolagong,
Australia, beat Lucia Basal, Italy
6-1, 6-2; Piat Pretoris, South
Afkca, bet Hald Lee Duck, Korea
6-4, 6.
KIWIS ON TOP
MANCHESTBR, ENGLAND
(A)-OnA thousand run merchant
G n Turner was out for a duck
Monday. but New Zealand still
finished the second day well on top
of Lancashire.
TM ner, Polc run getter in
May, was well caught at backward
uqare leg by Ken Snellgrove and It
was left to Brian Hastings and John
Parker to retried the bad start with
ajrtnerddip of 75.
iraer want for 34, but Hasting
hit nine powerful boundariesIn
60 and the tourists were


Boston Blackie meets


West Indian heavyweight


champion on Friday

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP Boston tackle, in one
of the greatest ft challenges of his 24-year-old career, takes on
West Indies heavyweight champ Carl Baker Friday in a 12 round
title fight at the Nassau Stadium.
Boston holds a unanimous had many bright moments in
decision over Baker from last boxing exhibitions with former
year. heavyweight champ
Baker, a seasoned boxer who Muhammad All on his visit to
has fought in every division Trinidad in 1971.
from lightweight to FOREMAN'S PARTNER
heavyweight, arrived in Nassau
some three weeks ago when he Baker was George Foreman's
commenced training at the chief sparmate before he
Nassau Stadium. dethroned Joe Frazier.
orn in Trinidad 31 years In the United States, Baker
ago, Baker, the eldest of a. worked with fighters like Bob
family of eighteen, ran away Foster, Vincente Rondon and
from home when he was 14 Jimmy Ellis. 'The list will go
years old to learn the skills of on and on but these I consider
boxing. As an amateur, he won the highlights of my career,"
15 of 20 bouts eventually said Baker who has won 26 of
holding the middleweight title his 38 fights.
for two years. "I wound up Baker spent 12 years in the
getting no fights as I had really Army Service in Jamaica and
learned my lesson well and was Trinidad and boxing only when
eager to get to the t sad e d ime. "Bull loved
Baker. every minute of it ai4 the
Turning pro when he was 18 knowledge I gained I would
years old Baker says: "It was certainly like to impart to
an experience. Pro boxing wks young ambitious fighters,"
different and I had to train explained Baker. "I will remain
harder and get the technique of in boxing as long as my desire
a pro, but I decided to get on exists and it still does. Boxing
with it just the same." helps keep one's mind and
Also heavyweight champ of body toned and that's what I
Jamaica where he lived for a like. I feel just the way I felt
while, Baker said that he has 31 years ago."
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