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Publication Date: June 6, 1973
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MINISTER SEEKS LOAN TO CLEAR

UP SLUMS AFTER INDEPENDENCE




cBiggest landlord offenders






are some Senators & top


govt. officials' says


MP


By NICKI KELLY
"THE BIGGEST LANDLORD OFFENDERS in the Coconut Grove area are some Senators and high government
officials." The declaration, thrown out in the midst of this morning's House debate on slum rentals, was repeated


twice by the district's PLP representative who said that "th
Mr. Edmund Moxey's and get their priorities right, he
comments were prompted by a maintained.
request from Mr. Sinclair In his district there had been
Outten (PLP-St. Barnabas) for a facelift because of the
a committee to enquire into all emphasis put on self-help, Mr.
matters relating to the approval Moxey said. However the
of Rental Certificates to be biggest landlord offenders were
issued by the Ministry of some Senators and high
Health to landlords in the government officials.
Bahamas. The representative called no
"I moved for a committee names but repeated his
on housing in 1968, and I will statement twice for the benefit
never forget how I was lashed of the House. He however
by a Bahamian Times writer at congratulated Mr. James Carey
that time," Mr. Moxey and the owner of Knowles Ds1
declared. Goods Store for their efforts to
It was the responsibility of maintain the upkeep of their
all citizens of the country at rental buildings.
this particular time to sit down
SLAMS ERRINGTON WATKINS, M.P.


'Yelow Elder, ving monument


to cerruptiou of present govt'

"YELLOW ELDER GARDENS is r tiTing maemment to the
Ineffcliency and corruption of the present government," the
FNM's renegade member JArington Watkins declared in the
House today.


SESTINS 8IVT.

IUILIINS COMLEX
QUESTIONS concerning the
government administrative
complex on Thompson
Boulevard have been raised in
the House by Crooked Island
representative Cyril Tynes
(FNM).
Mr. Tynes has asked if the
construction contract was put
out to tender, and if so he
wants a list of the bids received
together with amounts of each.
If the contract was not put
out to tender he wanted to
know why and to whom it was
awarded and at what price.
The member also wants to
know when work on the
complex was begun and when
Sis the specific completion date.
Other questions on the
complex concern the matter of
penalty clauses for
non-performance, the date
when the plans were completed
and by whom, the size of the
building and specifications.


Although endorsing in one
breath appointment of a
committee to consider
approval of rental certificates
by the Ministry of Health, Mr.
Watkins insisted that the
present government had been
in power for six years and
knew the conditions under
which the grass roots people
lived.
"I agree with the member
that environment helps to
mold the character of the
individual, but a more
important fact is the disease. I
agree there should be some
control over unscrupulous
landlords but they get away
with it because they are PLP
supporters."
The poor people, he said,
had paid. their hard-earned
money for the 130 still
unfinished houses in Yellow
Elder.
But, he continued: "If we
are going to take the people
out of the shacks we have to
put them somewhere. If the
landlord is unscrupulous and
the government is
unscrupulous, then God help
the people, because nothing
will ever happen."


PHONY MILLIONAIRE TELLS OF

$45,0N WEEKEND IN BIMINI


FORT LAUDERDALE,
Fla. (AP) Stuart Holzman on
Monday admitted to being a
"big phony" and not a bus
dfiver-turned-millionaire who
idulged himself in a $45,000
weekend shopping spree in
Bimini.
In interviews with
reporters from three Florida
newspapers, Holzman said the
story of his Bahamian
adventure was a hoax. He had
claimed to be the inheritor of a
$50 million real estate fortune
bequeathed him by his uncle.
On Sunday, Holzman
claimed he challenged a
speedboat enthusiast to take
him to Bimini, 54 miles across

'VELVET
THROW
CUSHIONS


NASSAU ONLY


the Gulf stream, in 50 minutes.
In return he promised to buy
three boats.
He said Monroe Spodak,
owner of the Everglades
Marina, got him to Bimini in
54 minutes and he bought the
boats anyway, scattering $100
bills in his wake as he sped off
with bilkini-clad company.
On Monday, Holzman said
he convinced people in his
home town of New Brunswick,
N.J., that he had inherited
millions and has been
masquerading as a man of
wealth ever since. Actually, his
mother has been supporting
him, Holzman said.
Holzman, who has lived in
Fort Lauderdale since 1965,
said he enlarged on the hoax
by insisting his rich uncle had
required him to drive a bus 10
years before he could claim the
money.
"People are so gullible," he
said.
Holzman said he "can't say
why" he identified himself as
the eccentric millionaire.


is should not be."


"I know the Minister of
Development has basic plans
for the eradication of slums in
the country, and we will move
forward with this programme
shortly after independence,"
Mr. Moxey announced.
Although both government
and Opposition members
favoured Mr. Outten's motion,
it won a mixed reception from
Health Minister LIoftus Roker,
who remarked that his
Ministry had been considered
for some time as "one that
they can jump on and off.
"As long as I am Minister I
am prepared to answer for our
conduct there," he declared.
The problem of housing in
the Bahamas was an age-old
one and one that the
government was concerned
with.
"I don't know if the
member thinks the committee
will discover a magic solution
to the problem, but we have a
,moblem .pen greater than the
rental problem."
'Many of the substandard
houses in the Bahamas were in
reality owned by the people
who lived in them, Mr. Roker
asserted. He wondered, he said,
how many of the photographs
shown to members earlier by
Mr. Outten did not in fact fall
into this category.
When Mr. Outten rose to
protest, the Minister waspishly
told him he could have his say
at the end of the debate.
"It is interesting to know
what he suggests we do with
those houses that are owner
occupied," Mr. Roker
continued. Not so long ago the
question of government rental
houses came up and at that
time he had said that the
problems of government
getting into the housing
business would be tremendous.
"The committee might look
into that," he suggested.
TWO YEARS
"We in the Ministry have
been concerned with the
problem for two years and we
are making progress."
For the benefit of Marsh
Harbour representative
Erington Watkins, who had
raised the issue of the
unfinished Yellow Elder
Garden houses, Mr. Roker said
work on their completion
would soon be started.
Slum clearance and the
problem of slum houses did
not .only affect the St.
Barnabas district, the Minister
said. It wa noticeable in other
areas of the Bahamas but like
elsewhere in the world, the
cost was tremendous and funds
at acceptable interest rates
were not available on the
commercial market.
"After independence we will
try to get a low interest loan to
clear up the slums of New
Providence."
He pointed out that there
were only two ways of raising
revenue either through taxes
or borrowing, and facetiously
referred to Mr. Watkins, who
objected to both, as "a most
intelligent man."
While supporting the
committee, the Minister said he
did not know if it could do
much about the situation.
If however it was hoping
that the Ministry of Health
would issue rental certificates,
then he hoped it would find
some place for the people to
live if the landlord's
application to rent was turned
down.
'DEPLORABLE'
In moving for his
committee, Mr. Outten
described many of the low


income rentals as "deplorable
and unfit for habitation. The
weekly rent for a one or
two-room shack ran from $5 to
$18 per week, he said.
He showed members a large
paste-up of some of the houses
in question and mentioned
specifically the areas of Grants
Town. Bains Town, Ft.
Fincastle, and St. Michael's.
"Poor housing produces
dope, sex and crime," Mr.
Outten declared. He accused
many of these slum landlords
of "fleecing," and said he felt
rental certificates would
prevent further degradation."
"Some houses in these areas
should be condensed and
demolished forthwith," he
contended.
Doing some arithmetic, the
St. Barnabas representative
estimated that 500 low income
earners each paying
approximately $590 per year
to a landlord for a rundown
-shack would spend $299,O
over five years and $1,495,000
over 20 years.
"I believe it is our
responsibility to make it
possible for our people to have
a clean environment. No use
saying it is insoluble. It is our
responsibility to find a
solution, We have our problems
but it doesn't say we shouldn't
make a serious attempt to
correct this deplorable
condition."
Once that was done, Mr.
Outten added, then the
programme could be expanded
to the Out Islands.
The member's motion was
supported by Mr. George
Mackey (PLP-St. Michael's),
who argued that the issue
should be "above petty,
political considerations".
While endorsing the
proposal, Mr. Cyril Tynes
(FNo M-Crooked Island)
suggested the committee go a
little further and try and instil
in tenants their responsibilities.
ALSO TENANT
"All the responsibility does
not lie with the landlord," he
said. Mr. Tynes noted that in
many cases houses were fixed
up only to be rundown down within
three months.
"Tenants have e taught
to accept their responsibilities
and do their share."
PLP representative Earl
Thompson (Ft. Charlotte)
observed that landlords went
"on a rampage" when the
property tax was introduced.
He said he would like the
Ministry of Health, when it
gave a certificate, to stipulate
how much a landlord could
get. If the rents on such
substandard housing could not
be brought down then the
houses should be torn down.
Sir Roland Symonette
(FNM-Shirlea) reminded
memberor that the former UBP
government had in 1966 got
the services of Columbia
University to make a survey
and report on the same
problem.
"That report should be
helpful to the committee in
making its recommendations."
It was however, a delicate
problem because people could
not be moved out of their
houses unless a place was
found to put them.
"That puts the government
in the housing business which
has been found undesirable in
other countries besides the
Bahamas."
The House suspended at
noon for a Commonwealth
Parliamentary Association
meeting and resumed again at 3
p.m.


BOAT RANSACKED: The 63 ft. selling yawl
Bloodhound, once owned by Prince Philip, was ransacked
In Nassau harbour over the weekend.


Prince Philip's former yacht


ransacked off Sheraton hotel
BILOODHOUND, the 63 ft. sailing yawl, which brought so
much enjoyment to Prince Philip, was ransacked on Friday night
as she lay at anchor off the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel. The
yawl, now owned by English businessmen, was in Nassau to be
refitted before leaving this week for the U.S. to be sold.
The boat was boarded
BIG POWER Friday night while the crew
BIG PO WER were ashore and about $2,000
in cash and over S1,000 in
F AILiE IN jewellery stolen.
ILU E IN Skipper Ken Liddiard of
England told The Tribune that
THE CITY .Mis Jackie Roscoe, a crew
Member was taken ill, and they
left the boat to have her
MOST of Nassau City and admitted to the Princess
some surrounding areas were Margaret Hospital. Heandthe
without electricity for about other four crew members then
an hour this morning, when the decided to stay in town for
main transf ormers at the East dinner and a movie.
main transformers at theion "When we returned at about
overea Sted resubstationg in I a.m.," he said "our boat was
overtoatedic sitch-offslting a shambles. Everytl4g below
automatic swtEh-offs was turned inside out all the
Bahamas Electricity drawers and cupboards had
Corporation engineers were been turned out." The cash,
this afternoon still which was in sterling, was the
investigation to determine the equivalent of about $2,000.
cause of the overheating, a Also taken was Miu Roscoe's
spokesman said. diamond ring worth over
The power failure hit at $1,000, a gold chain valued at
11:25 a.m. The areas affected about $200 and many other
included Bay Street, Shirley items of jewellery, the value of
Street, Nassau Street, Mount which had not been estimated.
Royal Avenue, Rosetta Street Their travellers cheques and
and the Fort Fincastle area. cameras were untouched.
The BEC spokesman said The Bloodhound, built in
power was restored to most of Gosport in 1936, was the pride
the affected areas by about of Prince Philip, who won
11:30, and the cut had ended o s w h r
11:*30, and the cut had ended many sailing events with her at
everywhere by 11:45 a.m. Cowes. She was also a favourite
of Princess Margaret, and
ppy* -Prince Charles often took hit
SENATE EETS turn at the helm.
The boat arrived in Nassau
FIllR AN l *H over a week ago. She was sailed
across the Atlantic by her crew
THE SENATE met for an of five, who expect to leave
THo to NATE met lor f Nassau today. Last year she
the time congratulating cause the M rdite nert.
r .. ".cruise the Mediterranean.


Governor uenerai designate
Milo B. Butler on his
knighthood and the other half
on the first reading of nine bills
scheduled for debate when the
Senate meets again on Friday
morning.
Read for a first time were a
bill to provide for the taking of
censuses and the compilation
and publication of statistical
information, bills to amend the
Public Service Act, the Private
Roads and Subdivisions (Out
Islands) Act, the Private Roads
and Subdivisions Act, the
Derelict Motor Vehicle
Removal Act, the Road Traffic
Act and the Public Holidays
Act, and bills for the creation
of Bahamas Registered Stock
to raise Government Loans and
to give certain exemptions and
privileges to employees of the
U.S. Government and its
contractors working in the
Bahamas under a technical aid
agreement.
On Friday the Senate will
also deal with two resolutions.
One seeks legislative authority
for the Finance Minister to
borrow $30 million to
re-finance a number of
short-term loans over longer
periods of time and to finance
certain capital works during
1973.
The second resolution seeks
legislative approval for a land
trade between Government and
the St. George's Athletic
Association for the purpose of
providing a public park in the
Culmerville constituency.
Both resolutions have
already been adopted by the
House of Assembly.


UP ON DRUGS CHARGE
GORDON Cash, 20, of Blair
Estates, was charged before
Magistrate Wilton Hercules
yesterday with possessing
dangerous drugs,
He was represented by
attorney Nigel Bowe.
Bail was allowed in the sum
of $600 and trial was set for
June 18.


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Col. 'Mad Mitch'



to be security


adviser to Abaco?

Special to The Tribune
LONDON: U. Col. Colin Mtchell, "Mad Mitch"
hero, has quit hi top job as a government minister's
And now he plans to fly to the potential battleground
where islanders want him as their security adviser.


CoL Mitchell, 47-year-old
MP for West Aberdeenshire,
said the Abaco affair was not
the prime reason for his
resignation, which was
announced today. But he
added: "I would not wish to
embarrass government." He
became parliamentary private
secretary to the Scottish
Secretary a year ago.
CoL Mitchell, who saw
active service with the Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders in
Italy, Palestine, Korea, Cyprus,
Borneo and Aden, was asked
for his professional advice on
how to defend the island and
keep it British.
He said: "I am going there
with an open mind. For
security reasons I am not
committed to anything. But I
will not say when I am leaving.
I would have much preferred it
if the islanders had approached
me quietly instead of with a
blaze of publicity.
"'II stay there for a few
days. They say they fear they
will be coerced and intimidated
by the Bahamas Government.
But if I find there is no genuine
feeling for the Crown among
the islanders I will tell their
advisers I see no mileage in it."
He added: "Abaco IN't the
main reason I'm stnnli to
the back benchel. "' >-
DOWT AGiBfE
"Being a pluamsent.y
private secretary is inhibitive
and although I am loyal to
government there come times
when I don't agree with them.
Now I'm a back bencher again
I can express that
disagreement."
"They may that being a
parliamentary private secretary
is the first step on the
ministerial ladder and now I've
stepped off it. Well, I've no
ambitions to being a minister.
I'd hate to be prime minister."
A spokesman for the
Bahamas Commission in
London said yesterday: "Lt.
CoL Mitchell is free to go to
Abaco, we cannot stop him.
But you need a work permit if
you are to take up
employment on the islands and
I doubt if he would get one as
security adviser.
"The Bahamas government
is not expecting any trouble on
Abaco before, or after,
independence. Only a minority
of Abaconians want to remain
a colony and I think it is an
emotional feeling.
"Anyone who creates
trouble will be treated as
normal lawbreakers."
He added: "The people of
Abaco have nothing to fear
from independence. It will not
alter their lives at all."


Senate tribute to Sir Milo
SENATE members this seen to be a symbol of the
morning paid tribute to nation.
Governor General designate "He will not be a PLP
Milo B. Butler, who was Governor-General but the
knighted in the Queen's Governor-General of the whole
Brithday honours list on Bahamas.
Monday. "I cannot think of anyone in
Senate Presidenit Gerald active politics who is so
Cash extended "personal representative of the Bahamian
congratulations and sincere people as Sir Milo."
best wishes to one of our Opposition Leader in the
citizens who has recently been Senate Orville Tuinquest told
honoured by Her Majesty the the Senate "it is worthy of
Queen. note that last December, just
"I am sure I voice the after it was announced that
sentiments of all senators here Milo Butler would be our first
when I extend to our Governor Governor-General, those of us
General-designate and his wife who were in London for the
our sincere best wishes." constitutional conference can
Sen. Cash instructed the attest that there wa assumed
Senate clerk to send a by him a role of impartiality, a
congratulatory note to Sir Milo sense of being on so particular
and his wife. side, but on all sides."
Government Senate Leader Sen. Turiquest asked Sen.
Paul L. Adderley, Minister of Milo Butler junior, the
External Affairs, besides Governor-General designate's
offering his own son to personally convey to his
congratulations, on the father the Senate's "good
knighthood noted that after wishes for long life and good
IAp.A,.Tim nd Jd u10 i Au healthh"


the office of the
Governor-General "must be
understood to be and must be


the Aden
secretary.
of Abaco


EARLIN THOMPSON

IITM APPEALS

TI IEL? FiI OM

MISSING SIN 1271
A MOTHER is appealing to
the public today to help her
find her 27-year-old son who
has been missing from her
home on Chapel Street since
Friday.
Mrs. Thelma Thompson said
her son, Earlin, left her Chapel
Street home at 1:30 pjm
Friday, after she suggested that
he seek medical help. ShA said
he started "acti strangely"
whe he could not fipd vk-ri ,
He had been a hotel wait.
She thinks that the job
problem has contributed to his
relapse.
She said her son received
mental therapy seven years
ago, but protested when it was
suggested that he should again
return to the doctor.
Described as a "very calm
person", he was wearing a
green pair of trousers, a yellow
shirt and a pair of sandals when
he left home five days ago. He
is 5' 8" tall, with a low haircut
and a beard. He has brown
eyes.
Anyone seeing him is asked
to contact the police; or his
mother at telephone 3-6091 or
his elder brother, Mr. Kenneth
Thompson at telephone 3-2468
or 3-5190.

IMYBFiFI


POLICE are investigating the
death of Mr. Stanley
Thompson, 74, whose body
was pulled from the water off
the Market Range early
yesterday morning.
Passers-by saw the body of
the Culmer's Alley resident
floating in the harbour at
about 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Police are awaiting the
outcome of a post mortem to
determine whether there had
been foul play.


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TWO ROMAN Catholic
prelates arrived in Nassau
yesterday for the Bahamian
diocese'a pro-Independence
concelebrated high mass
scheduled for eight o'clock
tonight at Our Lady's Church,
Young Street.
Arriving at 5:15 p.m. from
Miami was Archbishop Luigi
Barbarigo, the Bahamas'
Apostolic Delegate (Papal
representative).
Coming in from Jamaica wa.
Archbishop Samuel E. Carter
whom jurisdiction includes the
Bahamas.


Se. Butler assured members
he would convey their
congratulations to his father.


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WATEGATE DEVELOPMENTS
WASHINGTON (A)- white House lop of conversations between
Pseinmt Nixon and his baesihed lawyer, John Dean, will be subpoenaed
today by the Senate Watrgate committee. The White House has said It is
studying what its position will be on turning the logs over to the
committee.
White Houe spokesman general Warren yesterday maid the logs are
considered peidental property, and he mays a subpoena is
conmgltuteMay Inappropliate." Nevertheless, the White House says it
may volunteer the To.
A Republican reportedly is the first G.O.P. leader to suggest that
- Pssdaent ten appear before the Senate Watergate committee. Minority
Whip Robert Gdfln of Michian is quoted in the Detroit "Free Press" as
saying Nixon's appearance is "almost essential."
EIRUCHMAN TESTIFMES
WASHINGTON (AP)- Former presidential adviser John D. EhrUlchman
has testified that Job Stuart-Magruder told him recently that former Gen.
John N. Mitchell approved the Waterpte wiretapping.
Ehrllchman said Mitchel refused to discuss She matter with him. He said
that he didn't question a third man, Frederick C. Larue who Magruder said
had been present at the meeting.
Magruder was Deputy Director of President Nixon's re-election
campaign and Mitchell beaded the campaign before the June 17 break-in at
Democratic national headquarters.
EhrUichman aid Nixon instructed him to conduct an Investigation of the
Watergate affair last March 30. He said that on that day Nixon told him it
was evident that the President's counsel, John W. Dean III. was involved in
the wiretapping affair "up to his eyebrows."
lEhrUchmana testimony dealt mainly with what he found in conducting
this investigation In the month before he resigned April 30 from the White
House Staff.
His testimony was given last May 22-24 in connection with a series of
lawsuits arising from The Watergate wiretapping. It was released in
transcript form Tuesday. (* SEE STORIES THIS PAGE)
HERBERT KLEIN RETURNS TO PRIVATE ENTERPRISE
WASHINGTON (AP)- Herbert G. Klein resigned Tuesday as White
House Director of Communications to become Vice President of Corporate
Relations for Metromedia, with headquarters on the West Coast.
President Nixon accepted the resignation "with deepest personal regret."
Deputy Press Secretary Gerald L. Warren, who announced the
resignation, said Klein would be consulting with the President and Press
Secretary Ronald L Ziegler "on future adjustments in the press and
communications areas" of the White House.
"It's very difficult to replace Herb Klein," Warren said.
Nixon noted that Klein had travelled to all SO states to keep editors and
broadcasters advised of the administration's approach to problems and had
"ably represented our government in 26 foreign countries."
Klein, who has known Nixon for 27 years, will leave officially on July 1.
The former editor of the San Diego Union said pressure had been
building up for him to return to private enterprise. He said he was resigning
with a continuing sense of loyalty to Nixon "and to the principles and
ryou e building for this country."
id later that his departure would probably mean that Ziegler
would have "additional responsibilities "
REISNER TELLS ABOUT 'GEMSTONE'
WASHINGTON (AP)- The Senate Watergate committee heard Tuesday
afternoon testimony by a former aide in the Nixon campaign committee.
Robert Relaner told investigators that he put documents labelled
"Gemstone" Into a file Intended for use at a meeting with former
Attorney-General John Mitchell.
"Gemstone" apparently was the code name for political esponage
papers
Earler in the day, the committee heard convicted Watergate conspirator
Gordon Liddy's former secretary. Sally Harmony, tell how she typed
wiretap lop, intelligence memos and a phony McGovern pass. She also said
she knew nothing that could implicate former Attorney-General Mitchell In
theWaterpve scandal. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)


DOLLAR STRENGTHENS AS GOLD DECLINES
LONDON, June 6 (AP)- The U.S. dollar strengthened today after
nearly a week's decline to record lows, and the price of gold eased on
European bullion markets.
The volume of trading was low, however, as nervousness over future
monetary trends persisted.
Dealers said reports from Washington that the Nixon administration was
considering further tough measures to halt rising inflation apparently
heled the dollar.
The dollar improved both in Tokyo and in Hong Kong as well as in
Europe.It doed ia Tokyo at 263.90 yen, up half a yen, and at 5.0650
H n dollars after opening at 5.06. The price of gold eased in Hong
Ko 0 t ft at 120.19 dollars an ounce.
The price of the metal dropped $3 an ounce to $123 at London's
. toe m,,pd 2.50 to 123.50 dollars a ouee sto Zurich.
Ti B'ritish pound ease to 2.5705 dollars, a full cent down from
Tuesday's close.
In Frankfurt, the dollar rose from Tuesday's 2.59 marks to 2.6140 in
early trading. The American money jumped 5% centimes in Paris to 4.27
francs, and it was up I% centimes in Zurich to 3.0550 Swiss francs.
Dollar trading was described as active in Paris but restricted and nervous
in both London and Frankfurt.
As the dollar sank and old prices climbed Tuesday, money experts said
the new International system that was supposed to prevent another
monetary crisis might be cracking from the pressure.
POLITICAL ROW OVER VESCO IN COSTA RICA
SAN JOSE COSTA RICA, June 5 (AP)- The Costa Rican Congress
postponed until later this week what is expected to be a heated debate on
U.4 thisaner Robert L. Vesco and Mutual Fund investments here.
SReports from a special Co agressonal commsimon that investigated
Veasco and Mutual Funds originally was scheduled to be presented to
Conpess Monday. No immediate reason was given for the delay.
The congressional investition was prompted by a U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC) suit accusing Vesco and 40 others with fraud
in ha misuse of $224 million In Mutual Funds. The controversy grew with
allegations that Costs Rican President Jose Fueres had lnks with Vesco.
One member of the Congressional commission filed a dissenting report
saying that U.S. 60 million of the $224 million went into a company
headed by Figueres' son. The majority report called for a law to regulate
frelgn investments but said Vesco who has a Costa Rican passport and a
reddence here, should be thrown out of the country.
The discussion is expected to last several days and evolve into political
debate with attacks on Figueres and the government.
U.L- BRAZILIAN MISUNDERSTANDING OVER AIR FREIGHT
BRASILIA (AP)- The Brazilian government has cancelled a British
Caledonian flight between Londos. and Sao Paulo in retaliation against a
recent Briish freight reduction imposed on Brall's Verig Alrline,
Diplomatic sources aid Tuesday that both measures were related to
re" petition of air fare which begin June 18 in Rio De Janalro.
The suspended flight left Sao Paulo on Monday nights, with a capacity
of 149 parsenpra. it was assumed that the incoming leg of that flight,
hich left Londonond Sndays and arrived In Brazil on Monday morning,
alo would be anelaed
Caledonian il has e two more flights every week each way
betweMn Bita and this country.
The 1 rIl sv rasmeant recently reduced, from 12 to six tons, the
eu of airfreight Veris could carry between Rio and London.
1r? 4 MNOT FOURTEEN TUPOLEV CRASH VICTIMS
PAIS (A) The toll of the crash of thei Tupolev Supersonic airliner
Wsmaneedd to 13 Tuesday.
pa effeal announemeMts after the acds ent on Sunday had listed 14,
nA itd ame s mbers, r dead.
W of al exp waos U, we At pests of a body that had beeon collected
a-psenly belonged to odor victims who have been identified.


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'GEMSTONE' WILE DISCLOSURE IN WATERGATE HEARINGS


Political espionage


file prepared for


Mitchell, says aide

WASHINGTON (AP) An aid in the Nixon reelection
campaign testified Tuesday thlut two weeks before the Waterpte
break-in he put papers from time "Gemntone" political espionage
fle into an envelope prepared for a meeting with John N.


Mitchell.
Robert A. Reasner said he
was handed an envelope andi
stationery by his boss, Jet>
Stuart Magruder, who was.
deputy to Mitchell, the
campaign chairman and former'
Attorney General.
"I was handed the
documents and asked to put:
them into the Mitchell file,"
Reisner told the Senate
Watergate committee. That
file, he said, was carried tco
meetings by Magruder.
He said, "I was handed the
documents in such a way it
indicated very clearly it was
not for me to observe, that it
was not my function." That
was a week or two before June!
17, 1972, the date of the
break-in.
The materials irma
"Gemstone" a code word fosr
political espionage reports -
were brought up for the first
time in the Senate hearings
Tuesday, first by Sally J .
Harmony, secretary tco
convicted Watergate
conspirator G. Gordon Liddy -
Reisner said he had some
general awareness of what wa s
included in the materials.
Q. You were not aware tha t
the material gathered for thme
Gemstone file had been done
illegally?
A. No, sir.
CODE NAMES
Mrs. Harmony had given time
committee a stenographer's
view of typing memoranda -
some on the Gemstonae
stationery from sources
known to her only as "Rub3W
One", "Ruby Two", ancd
"Crystal".
She said she also typed
wiretap transcripts, but "I was
not aware they were wireta-lp
conversations at the time I was
typing them." A secretary, shie
added, reads words, ncwt
conteLnt
Reisner introduced another
code word into the Watergate
lexicon: "Sedan chair."
He said the individual
known as "Sedan chair" hmad
been paid 1,000 dollars a
month for 6-9 months from a
cash fund maintained bty
Herbert L. Porter, director :of
the campaign committee's
scheduling.
"That individual was
receiving information, it
seemed, from the (Hubert HI.)
Humphrey campaign," Reisner
said.
Reisner said he doesn't
remember Magruder
specifically saying to him of
the Gemstone material, don'tt
look at this,' but he indicated
it was none of my concern."
UDDY'S REACTION
Reisner had given tkae
committee a day-to-day diary
he kept while working for
Magruder. In late March 197 2,
he said, Magruder "appeared in
my doorway and said, 'CalI
Liddy and tell him it's
approved, tell him to get goimg
in the next two weeks."'`
Reisner aid that Lidd 's
"reaction was a little diffre m-t
from the reaction of mcst
people.
"I remember he said, 'bat I
can't, it's going to be hard.' IHe
protested and I indicated ]he
would have to talk to Magrudser
about it."
The witness didn't go lato0
the conversation any further.t
But it occurred at about t3he
time that James W. McCord Jr.,
has said that he heard frcan
Liddy that Mitchell aad
Magruder had given tihe
go-ahead for the Watergte
break-in and bugging. MoCwd
is another convicted Watergente
conspirator.
Reisner was asked who head
the Gemstone files other than
Magruder.
"I don't know." he smid.
And he agreed he got the
impression that there wasr
surreptitious activity going on.
He said he had no
knowledge prior to June 17


that there were plans for the
break-in. And Reisner nid he
also didn't know of any pla m to
disrupt the Democreatic
campaign and had om ly
circumstantial knowledp of
political espionage.
But he lid a demonitrattor
wearing a McGovern button
wae sent to sit in front of the
White House for the negmativ
publicity it would create for
the presidential candidacy of
Senator George MuGovern.
SENSITIVE FILES
Reisner corroborated


testimony by re-election
committee otuce manager
Robert Odle that on the day of
the Watergate arrests Reisner
removed so-called sensitive files
from the desk of Magruder,
who was then in Califomia.
That was alter he had talked
with Magruder by telephone.
Odle then took the file home.
Asked if Magruder specified
"Gemstone," Reisner said "it is
not my specific recollection
that he did. He definitely
identified the file folder"
When Magruder introduced
Liddy to the staff in December
1971, Reisner said, he referred
to Liddy's "other talents."
"I think there was a
reference to 'super sleuth' or
so mething like that.
Subsequently I learned from
other members of the staff
Liddy was upset by that
reference."
Committee chairman Sam J.
Ervin announced that Liddy -
described as the organizer and
mastermind of the Democratic
headquarters burglary -
refuses to testify because his
conviction and 6-20 years
sentence is being appealed.
NO INSISTENCE
For that reason, Ervin said
"the committee decided it
would not insist on receiving
his testimony at this time."
That deprives the panel of
one of its most valuable
witnesses. Others have said
Liddy, counsel for the finance
arm of President Nixon's
re-election committee,
promoted the political
espionage plan that included
the Watergate break-in and
bugging last June 17, got top
campaign officials to agree to it
and organized the burglary
squad.I
"We can't take a whip and
make him talk," said Seiitot
HoWard H. Baker, Jr. He said
the committee has not decided
on whether to take contempt
action against Liddy.
Liddy also refused to talk to
the Watergate grand jury end is
serving an additional jail term
for defying judicial orders; He
was granted immunity for his
testimony before both
investigative groups.
Attorneys for former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
H. Stans, the former finance
chairman of the re-election
campaign, asked the Senate
committee Tuesday to defer
Stans' scheduled appearance
later this week.
Sources said Stan's lawyers
made a "heated plea" to delay
the testimony until there is
resolution of Stans' indictment
on charges of obstructing
justice and perjury.
DEATH THREAT
In another development,
testimony released in a
Watergate civil suit included a
report that Liddy once had
threatened to kill Magruder.
Former presidential adviser
John D. Ehrlichman said
Magruder had told him last
April 14 about the alleged
death threat.
Ehrlichman said the threat
came around mid-March, 1972,
when Liddy was allegedly
trying to get approval for a
grandoise scheme of
intelligence-gathering that
included wiretapping.
Eventually a scaled-down plan
was approved by Mitchell and
Frederick C. Larue, according
to Ehrlichman's second-hand
account. Lame was a campaign
aide to Mitchell.
"Magruder put his hand on
Liddy's shoulder or touched
him in some way and Liddy
reacted very violently,"
Ehrlichman said, quoting
Magruder's lawyers.
Q. Did he strike Mr.
Magruder?
A. ie did not. He just
threatened to kill him. And
what the conversation was that
was the context for that, I
don't know and nobody said.


At another point
Ehrlichman said Magruder told
him that the alleged death
threat made him fearful
because Liddy had been known
to carry a gun, that he
considered him to be a rather
unstable character..."
Earlier in the day, the
committee heard Liddy's
former secretary tell how she
typed wiretap lop, intelligence
memos and i phony McGovern
pass.


ELLSIEEI

IEFORE TIE

GRAN I JURY
LOS ANGELES
(AP)-Daniel Ellsberg testified
Tuesday before a grand jury
probing the burglary of his
psychiatrist's office. He said
later the planning of the
break-in "comes close to a
common burglary by the White
House."
Ellsberg,-emerging from the
grand jury room after a
half-hour of testimony, said he
believes the Nixon
administration hoped to use his
psychiatric records for a smear
against one or more
presidential candidates.
But he said the intruders
probably were disappointed to
find that the records contained
nothing that could relate to
Senator Edmund Muskie or
other candidates.
"I frankly think they
weren't after information to
use in my prosecution, but to
use in a political campaign,"
Ellsberg said. He added that
the government apparently
hoped to link his name to a
candidate and then use
psychiatric records to "portray
me as a less palatable person."
Ellsberg, 42, was a
defendant with Anthony Russo
in the Pentagon Papers trial
which ended last month with
dismissal of all charges. He said
he was called before the grand
jury to verify that Dr. Lewis
Fielding was his psychiatrist
and had records on his
treatment of Ellsberg. Ellsberg
said he was asked by the grand
jury foreman not to give exact
details of his testimony, and
that he agreed to refrain, as a
courtesy.
However, he said the jurors
were circumspect in their
questioning in order to avoid
intrusion into his
physician-patient privilege of
confidentiality.
NO DOUBT
Ellsberg said he has no
doubt that those who broke
into the psychiatrist's office on
Sept. 3, 1971, did see his
psychiatric files and probably
photographed them.
"The records were there,
they were disturbed, they were
out of place, they were left in
disarray," Ellsberg said. "There
were people there with cameras
who were paid to photograph
those records."
He cited the testimony of
Watergate conspirator E.
Howard Hunt, who told the
Watergate grand jury that he
and G. Gordon Liddy
engineered the break-in. Hunt
said the intruders who entered
the office were Bernard Barker,
Eugenio Martinez and Felipe
Dediego. Hunt said he
understood Ellsberg's
psychiatric records were not
found during the break-in.
Hunt, Barker and Martinez
were in the Los Angeles
County jail Tuesday, brought
from a federal prison in
Danbury, Connecticut, to
testify in the grand jury probe.
Dediego also reportedly arrived
in Los Angeles Tuesday.
However, the four were not
expected to testify until
Wednesday.

SKYLAI SPEIATISN

IN FIt TUIIIRtl
SPACE CENTRE, Houston, June
6 (AP)*-The Skylab crew today
practised maneuvers for a two-man
space walk Thursday to attempt to
pry or cut free a Jammed solar
panel.
The astronauts today scheduled a
four-hour rehearsal for the difficult
tash that could nearly double the
electricity available for their apace
station.
In the interior of the orbiting
laboratory, they will assemble and
work with a battery of tools and
tethers needed for the salvage job.
It is their lSth day in space.
If there are no problems,
commander Charles Conrad and Dr.


Joseph P. Kerwin will open t
airock hatch about 11:37 a.m.
EDT Thursday. About half an hour
later, Conrad is to scramble some
25 faet across the side of the
barrel-shaped vehicle to the stuck
panel.
With Kerwin waiting near the
open hatch to assist, the
commander will try to cut through
or pry loose a one-inch wide
aluminum strip which Is holding the
one-ton panel against the aide of
the station.
The third crewman, Paul J.
Welts, will remain Inside the lab,
relaying instructions from Mission
Control on Earth.

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WASMINGTON (AO)- Sdly Harmony pre anted the paerrit
imageW of a competat, e"fisia de't-sk-qustlions seesetary
at the Seaute Watuesate hb aA Tuesday.
Composed, though showing Goorfp McGovem's campaign
a few subtle nervous manager to a fake letter of
mannerisms Mrs. Harmony told admittance.
the Senate Watergate Sheedding her shorthad
committee time and again that notebooks.
she didn't know material she Mrs. Harmony testified
was transcribing had been she typed general intelligence
illegally obtained. She worked memoranda, including two that
at the Nixon Reelection came from the headquarters of
Committee for G. Gordon Sen. George McGovemr last
Liddy, now convicted in the year's Democratic presidential
Watergate scandal, nominee.
Time and again Mrs. She aid that agents had
Harmony also said she couldn't been placed in McGovern's
remember most of what she office and that of Sen.
had typed. She said any Edmund S. Muskie, (D-Maine),
secretary could confirm that the another presidential candidate.
shorthand symbols and typed
words usually aren't read for "This was a question and
content, answer (format) with two
"You don't read it well people discussing something,"
enough to retain it in your she said. "It dealt with goods
mind," she said. and services for the Democratic
As a competent secretary, national committee"
she knew that a sensitive She also said she typed at
invoice should be directed to least eight wiretap
deputy campaign director Jeb conversations from tapes. But
Magruder rather than the each time the subject came up'
normal bill-paying channels. she refused, after conferring
Ultimately she destroyed the with her lawyer, to disclose the
invoice, she said. "Magruder content.
didn't have to tell me why." Such disclosure would
The "why," it turned out, violate.: federal wiretap laws
was because the invoice and an order from the U.S.
included the word Court of Appeals.
"Gemstone," a code name for Sen. Daniel K. Inouye,
intelligence documents her (D-Hawaii), asked whether Mrs.
boss had gathered. Harmony was aware she was
She said Liddy had told her typing or recording
at a job interview that some of information obtained illegally.
his work might be clandestine. A. No sir, they were
NOT ILLEGAL telephone conversations to me.
"To me, clandestine does I did not know the source of
not mean illegal," she told the them at all.
committee. "I can keep a Q. You were not aware that
secret." thesh were conversations
To Sen. Joseph Montoya, resulting from bugs?
(D-N.M.) it perhaps seemed A. No, sir, I did not.
that she was still keeping Q. When did you first learn
secrets. He observed somewhat that these were bugged
tartly: "You have indicated a conversations?
very hazy memory about what A. When I read the
you typed." % newspaper on June 18.
Mrs. Harmony, a fortyish That was the day after five
woman, divorced, attractive, men, were arrested in the
also told the committee how Delmocrtlc arty' headquarters
she tried to save ULiddy" ome in the Watergate
embarrassment the day he was office- hotel-aparthment
fired from the committee by complex.
taking two cartons of his files Q. Did you find any
and personal mementos to her information relating to any
apartment, activity to endanger the
He picked them up later, she President of the United States
said. or to endanger U.S.
Through her* 90 minutes government itself?
in the witness chair, Mrs. A. Senator, not that I can
Harmony periodically licked recall, No.
and pursed her lips. She Q. Do you recall any
frequently answered questions information in there that
with elbows propped on the related to conspiracy with
hearing table and her palms foreign governments?
together, fingers extended. A Not that I can recall, No,
She wore a blue polka-dot Senator.
outfit. Her light brown hair, She said Liddy had ordered
streaked with grey, was neither stationery with the name
in disarray nor perfectly "Gemstone" printed across
coiffed. the top with a space for
In a soft but firm voice, she "source at the bottom.
ticked off the various tasks she
had performed as a secretary
for the Nixon campaign
committees.
Delivering a plain T C R O
envelope which she believed PEST CONTROLA&
contained cash.
Transcribing a tape about FRE IE
goods and services for the 5
Democratic National
Convention. FRANK HANNA
Typings telephone calls on
codeword stationery. P. 0. BOX N-o21
Signing the initials of Sen. ____________


SNUP CLAIMS



$SSII Ti 144
PARIS (AI)-A rap calling
Itself The action committ for
the freedom of Rudolf Hess"
claimed Tteey It was responsible
f the ot ofthe Soviet TU144
0p11ero ai er PSunday.a
without snate was received in
the offesW of the French News
Aney. It l indicted an act of
tao was perpetrated whBe the
please was on display at the Paris
Air Show.
Rudolf He was a top leader In
Neai ,Germnay. He wee sentenced
after Word War II for war crimes
and IS now servtinS term In a Berlin
PSe statement said the alleged
act of sabotage "w difficult to
undertake. We had to wait for the
Parl air show to visit the Tupolev
Two reasons motivated the
ale ed abotae. It Med:
a wanted to begin with the
Soviet plane eausse t i the Soviet
Untoa which sI vetoing the release
of Rudolf Hems.
"The Tupolev was based on a
b=mprint of the Concorde stolen in
Hens ia the ol Inmate of
Spandau Prison. he Ia under
American, Soviet, Britimh and
French guard an arrangement
dating from the Nuremberg war
crimeastrials.
The three western powers have
said the would aree to his release
but the arSoviet opposed.
The Concorde Is the
Franco-Britih supersonic airliner
which closely resembles the
Tupolev. It was partly designed and
built by a French firm asked in
Toulouse.
The statement claimed that a
year ago the group sent letters to
British, Soviet, American and
French airlines warning that Hess
would have to be released "or
otherwise an accident could
he upolev crashed while on a
demonstration flight at the air show
Sunday. The reason is still
unknown.
The plane went into a steep dive
and broke apart shortly before it
crashed into the town of
Gouassainvlle. Press reports
attributed the crash to pilot error.
Investigators have refused to
make any statements on the
disaster pending completion of
their work. There had been no
suggestion of sabotage before
today's statement.
Nnthii was known here about
the "Free Heal" committee but a
group with a silmilar-sounding name
distributed leaflet in berlin today
demanding the former Nazi leader's
freedom.
Aviation authorities were not
Immediately available to comment
on the claim.
During the show, Soviet officials
allowed newsmen and western
airline executives to visit the TU144
on static display but the plane was
not open to tihe public. It was
surrounded by a metal barrier but
otherwise was only lightly guarded.
PLEAD INNOCENT TO
MAIL FRAUD CHARGES
ORLANDO, FLA. (AP) Florida
sales magnate Glenn W. Turner and
six others pleaded innocent today
to mail fraud chrge contained in a
2bcourit indictment returned by a
federal apd iry.



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Numius Am .cu JuaMI IN VmBSA MACIMs
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,.PubUler/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publsher/Edttor 1917-1972
Contrlbution Editor 1972. -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PubIlser/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
NOW that the Ship of State of a free Bahamian people is being
ferried deeper and deeper into uncharted, shoal-infested waters
by the siren call of Independence, let us take a look at the present
state of the nation after six years of rule by amateur pilots in the
stormy seas of Government.
**********
As I have often said in this column, we are products of the
past, custodians of the present, architects of the future. And so
.... if you have a fair knowledge of the past, you can form a
reasonably sound judgment of the present, and this will enable
you to speculate with a high degree of accuracy on the
possibilities of the future course of events.
**********
But don't let us go over the past again.
I have recapitulated the events of the past six years so often
that readers of this column should be well informed, even though
they may choose to ignore "the handwriting on the wall" which
these events forecast for the Bahamian people.
Every week-end my wife brings me the week's Tribunes from
Nassau and when she returns to Nassau she takes my articles back
with her to be published at my daughter's discretion.
I have such a backlog of articles waiting for space that
sometimes an article is not published for a month after I write it.
And so the bits I emphasize now may be history by the time you
read this article.
**********
What I am going to do today is just pinpoint the headlines and
a bit of the news under them in the week's Tribunes brought me
by my wife today.
Friday, April 27:
Diplomatic note sent to U.S. over activities of two Americans
in London, while Marsh Harbour M.P. Errington Watkins denies
any association with reports of recruitment of mercenaries to
resist independence at Abaco.
Sixty to seventy Blue Vista Hotel staff are to be put out of
work,
Foodstores put up the price of locally-produced Golden Isles
milk. This is a result of the recent increase in Customs duty on
imported milk.
A letter by E.J.B. Farquharson questions whether death
certificates are being filed by undertakers. And in another letter
Cyril Richardson asks a pertinent question about Abaco that will
probably go unanswered.

Saturday, April 28:
Poinciana Tours to stop flights to Marsh Harbour, Treasure
Cay and Rock Sound.
*Blie Visha fotel wVMorK stage sit-down strike, 50 p.c. may be
laid off.
300 Paradise Island staff go on strike, want more money.
Because of the introduction of rotation system whereby work
is shared among the staff during the unprofitable summer
months, some staff complain that they are "not receiving enough
money to pay the rent, much less support a family". This
rotation system is a result of last summer's experience when,
despite the fact that some hotels were full, they still lost money
because of the poor standard of tourists now visiting Nassau.
"The people of the Bahamas have never been more ready for
independence than at this moment," Minister Clifford Darling
told delegates attending this week's Pre-I.L.O. Caribbean
Ministers Conference in Antigua.
The question arises: How ready is that?
Losing money so East Street Cinema to close its doors.
This is the result of new taxes on films. The Nassau Theatre,
oldest in Nassau, closed three years ago for the same reason.
Prime Minister's $8,000 to Charities: read the headline.
This was other people's money collected at his birthday ball.


* Christian involvement in public affairs our only. hope of
survival as a nation, chirped PLP House representative Henry
Bowen at a Baptist Convention.
Is this an admission that there is no hope for the nation
because of the lack of Christian principles in public affairs today?
Bus driver pleads not guilty to robbery.
Armed robber sent to prison for six years.
Monday, April 30th.
Blue Vista guests refuse to pay due to poor hotel service.
Increased tariff on films brings 25 cents movie hike.
More Bahamians needed in Chamber, says President, reads
heading.
I wonder if the numbers have fallen off as more and more
Bahamians liquidate their interests in the Bahamas?
Accused murderer still at large.
"Vesco file now before Grand Jury"; and "Was Vesco money
used in Watergate conspiracy?"
Nassau keeps figuring in news of the activities of a man who
has allegedly invested a great pile of questionable money in the
Bahamas.
Headings in the Letters To the Editor column: "Square
Deal" is now Raw Deal Club .... Asks Leslie Fox to make up his
mind .... Wants Adderley to read Bible.
After Shop Stewards threat to close down Paradise Island
Hotel .... 8-hour strike at Loew's Hotel ends after interim
agreement.
**********
TUESDAY May Ist:-
Lansburg gets year in Federal jail.
Lansburg is an associate of gangster Meyer Lansky and a
partner in the company that operates King'ss Inn in Freeport.
Sunk barge to be moved from Narrows.
B.E.C. contract now four months overdue, so Union chief
warns workers may strike if new wage contract not agreed.
Haitian Sloops banned at Malcolm's Park.
Bishop Eldon talks of pride of nationhood and need for
united nation.
The story is illustrated with a happily smiling Bishop who
might help if he now gave a second talk on the rising tide of
unemployment in the glorious situation he sees ahead.
Bahamas to ask Uncle Sam for $25 million a year for bases
here.
Congressman wants U.S. to stay out of domestic affairs of
the Caribbean.
Independence JUNKANOO deadline set for May 15.
Registrar talks on insurance problems in the Bahamas.
Andros seaman goes on trial for murder of his cousin.

WEDNESDAY, May 2nd:
Boston doctor writes critically of bad service at hotel on
Paradise -- Hotel staff "arrogant, rude and generally unhelpful,"


says guest.
Pretty little hope for rain, says Met. Office.
Water here is still scarce.
Clean-up bins are being vandalized.
Miami tug seized here by court order on $76,646 claim for
sinking barge.
Bishop Gomez raps work. attitudes in Barbados
In Letters to the Editor column: "Atlantic College students
thank Sir Etienne"; and "Says Watkins M.P., doesn't speak for
Abaco".

THURSDAY, May 3rd:
External Affairs Minister Paul Adderley BOASTS .... "Fewer
countries better ready for independence".
But he didn't say how unprepared the other countries were.
Castro wants U.S. excluded from this area.
Two Bay Street restaurants get new owners in week.
Significantly the new owners are members of what is known
today as the exclusive Square Deal Club.
Nearly 8,000 vehicles still unlicensed.
Kirby Brooks bringing group here on May 18.
Scotia Bank wins $57,707 suit against Bahamian Times.
Former U.S. Attorney General interceded directly on behalf
of Vesco in Lebanese bank deal.
15-year-old tells of his stepfather's "murder".
Cable Beach Kiwanis "International Festival" next week.
Call out for dancers for Independence.
***********
In this recital I have covered all the headings in The Tribune...
for a week.
This happens week after week and I am still looking for a single
bit of cheerful news to spark any hope for the future that might
justify the optimism expressed by Bishop Eldon, Minister of
External Affairs Paul Adderley and Minister of Labour Clifford
Darling.
As I have pointed out in this column on many occasions .... we'
don't make the news, we only print it. And if the events are ugly,
the news will also be ugly.
But I think I might usefully quote just a few sentences from
the letter of James E. Brown which appeared in The Tribune of
April 30 under the heading: 'Square Deal' Is Now Raw Deal Club.
"Over the holiday week-end we witnessed a 'March for Bread'
demonstration by the Bahamas Hotel and Catering Workers
Union which everyone agrees was poorly organized and as a result
served no useful purpose" wrote Mr. Brown. "The question which
comes to my mind is how come our leaders could see fit to
increase their entertainment allowances at a time when there is
widespread unemployment, joblessness or what have you, and the
inflation crisis is continuing. Even the blindest PLP supporter
must be able to see clearly now that the aim of the Government is
to tax the people so that its members could 'live on the hog'."
After talking about independence, for which he says "we will
pay and pay very dearly," he adds: "The Square Deal Club is now
the Raw Deal Club, with many of the politicians and their friends
benefitting. Take note of who are buying the lovely homes and
business houses and then ask yourself whether your condition has
been bettered by this Government of the People. If it has been
then shout loudest praises of your leaders. If it hasn't ask yourself
how come they can and you can't".
So much for the headings in a week's copies of The Tribune.
********* *
I started to write this article after reading a story of another
bank scandal in Nassau on the front page of today's Miami Herald
under the heading "Dream of Wealth Fades With Fund".
Among the victims of this deal are the Dutch Nuns of St.
Joseph's convent in Tilburg in the Netherlands, who have been
stuck to the tune of $230,000!
The article reports that all told 1,200 investors in some 50
countries stand to lose at least $3 million.
According to the Herald report, Miami attorney Richard Hunt,
Jr. of the firm of Smathers and Thompson and trustee in
liquidation of the fund that is practically depleted, commented
that "the day of the small investor (in offshore funds) is over.
What investors in real estate funds are now looking for is
supervision by the Securities and Exchange Commission. And
they'll be people who can hop on a plane, if something seems to
be going wrong, and meet the people who are managing their
money."
Peter Ralfs, attorney for the trustees, said it is unreasonable to
expect a country like the Bahamas (as of next July 10, its
independence day) with only 200,000 people, to set up its own
equivalent of the S.E.C.
Hunt disagrees, and says the Bahamas will have to take the step
if it hopes to remain a capital for international investment.


FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Mr. Edward Allen, a Bahamian who
has been living in Fort Lauderdale for many years, is a regular
reader of The Tribune.
He told me that he hands his copies of the paper around to his
American neighbours who have also become such avid readers of
the newspaper that they now tune in to ZNS to hear what's going
on in the Bahamas. He says he also gives them The Guardian but
they reject it.
Mr. Allen contacted me through my daughter, Mrs. Roger
Carron. He wrote her saying he would like his youngest daughter
and two of his grandchildren to meet me. He gave his address.
I phoned him and he and the children drove to Coral Gables to
spend Sunday afternoon with my wife and me.
It was avery pleasant visit. The children expressed a desire to
come for a second visit.
Mr. Allen recalls that when he first came to Florida racial
conditions for coloured people were bad.
"Now that's all gone," he told me. "Life here is wonderful for
coloured people."
Coloured Bahamians I have met over here find it difficult to
understand why there should be so much racial feeling in Nassau
today.

After the Aliens left my wife and I went for a stroll.
It was a quiet afternoon and no one was around.
The silence was suddenly broken by the sounding of a horn.
Then a car drew up to the sidewalk and I realized that the tooting
of the horn was meant for us.
It was a big car, filled with Bahamians.
They said they saw us walking on the sidewalk .... went
around the block .... and came back to speak to us.
They were already late for their plane and so we only had time
to shake hands all around.
These young people, who seemed very pleased to see me, had
been attending a Toastmaster's Convention in Fort Lauderdale.
"I hope you will come to our next convention," they said. "We
will write and tell you when another meeting is being held over
here."
I am conscious of the many friends I have in the Bahamas. It is
always a pleasure to see them.
I had a very pleasant visit with Eugene Toote a few nights ago.
He was full of news.
All of these people are concerned about the future of The
Tribune. They want me to stay with it.
I won't return to the Bahamas.....but I just might stay with The
Tribune by remote control.
If I do...Ill have a mighty interesting story to tell.
*************
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
He who doubts from what he sees
Will ne'er believe, do what you please.
-WILLIAM BLAKE


Abaco plans




Independence

PLANS FOR INDEPENDENCE celebrations throughout the
Bahamas has not escaped Abaco. Independence Day Celebration
committees have been met up by COMMISSIONER CARROLL J.
STORR of Marsh Harbour and already three meetings have been
held one on Tuesday, May IS, Tuesday, May 22, and one at
2:30 p.m. yesterday.


So tar then are plans to
clean up all the roads and
beaches and generally beautify
an already beautiful island.
Special church services have
been planned as well as school
activities. There will be a
flag-raising ceremony and a
cocktail party. We should have
more on these plans in time for
our news notes next week.
And visiting the "great
continent to the north"-this is
how Abaco's own "Rusty"
Bethel thinks of his native
land--will be Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Albury of Nassau and Harbour
Island and Mrs. Albury's sister,
Miss Barbara Brown. They plan
to be at Treasure Cay for the
weekend....and a little fish has
gasped his last breath that Dr.
Paul is probably after him.!
Also not to be left behind is
"Rusty" Bethel, advertising
manager of The Tribune. He
says he plans to spend the
weekend at Hope Town and
look in on "all the boys" along
the way. I hear that Dr. Paul
has refused to travel with him
for fear of having visa
problems! Anyway we hope
they all have a wonderful time
with us! And if they don't,
brother we'll sure want to
know why.

Returning to Marsh Harbour
on May 22 were Dr. Ejnar
Gottlieb and his wife. They
were guests aboard Lufthansa's
inaugural flight from Nassau to
Germany.

The annual Abaco Power
Boat Regatta is again scheduled
for August Monday (August 6).
This event is sponsored by
the Jaycees in cooperation
with a citizen's committee.Mr.
George Green is general
chairman and can be reached at
Treasure Cay, P.O. Box 409.
The committee would like
all those wishing to enter to
write for the ;uics, regulations
and entry forms.

And from Man-O-War we
hear that:
A widening swath cut on


Dickies Cay is evidence that
Wilson, N.C. will see less of the
Rom Watsons, and Man 0 War
quite a lot more.
Mr. Emerson Albury awaits
only the completion of the
cistern before starting a house
for the Watsons on this site. It
will have an unhampered vista
of sea and sunset at one aspect,%
yet have its back door on the
busy activity along the main
harbour road. Mr. Albury
presently has three houses
under construction.
******
The ocean house of the
Philip Sawins of Madison,
Wisconsin, is well advanced,
safely roofed and closed in.
Though undelivered supplies
have stopped work
momentarily, the Sawins say
they will return to Man 0 War
in August expecting to stay
there, if roughly. Life ashore
here will be a new experience
for the Sawins whose shrimper
"Sea Lark" has been such a
part of the harbour scene for
three winters.

Holding its own bravely
between these two projects is
the home of the Benjamin
Albury's, son and
daughter-in-law of the popular
builder. The Alburys had
hoped to be settled in by June,
a pipe dream date they will
have to set back a bit.
Fortunately, Mrs. Albury's
grandmother, Mrs. Calvert
Russell, of Nassau, has been
happy to make her summer
home on Man 0 War available
to the young couple

A four thousand' mile trip
from Holland to Portugal and
north again to Luxembourg lay
behind the Ritchie Alburys and
Philip Sawins when they
returned Thursday from their
three-week trip to Europe. All
found it delightful. Chartres
Catheral's stainglass received
their vote as the most beautiful
sight. Spain and the Spanish
people they looked back on as
the most pleasant experience,


LOOK


ABACO


the one they would most
gladly repeat. We are terribly
interested, pumping for details,
but so delighted to have them
home we settle for just the
sight of them
Phil and Dotty Sawin gave
too little of that. Fifteen
grandchildren have been
growing since November
unobserved "Sea Lark"
departed Saturday for Florida.
The Sawins will stop enroute
to Wisconsin to enjoy those
family members who do not
live close around their Madison
pony meadows.
Mrs. Walter Albury has spent
the week in Nassau
encouraging her father's
hospital convalescence. Mrs.
Albury shares her husband's
talent and interest in
horticulture. She will be
pleased to see what the week's
persistent rain has done for
their handsome hibiscus as well
as to the important refilling of
almost empty cisterns.
"Falua" set off carry-
ing the Marshall Longs tc
Florida. It is glorious weather
for the trip. Owners and boat
will be back soon. We hope it
can be fitted in before the
Longs must embark upon a trip
to IEngland in August.

Man 0 War does not play
favourites, yet it would be hard
to deny the excitement
anticipating the return Sunday
of Elrick and Marion Nettles of
Washington D.C. For two years
with periodic departures,
"Harbour Light" lay at the
dock with the Nettles and son
Doug aboard. They made such
a place for themselves, to iee
them now seems only natural.
In their absence they have been
missed and quoted constantly.

With an armload of fresh


lilacs, Mrs. William Wright
arrived Thursday. She had
found officials uncritical of her
burden, in fact totally friendly.
Again and again buckets of
water and delighted
appreciation supported the
task of keeping crisp the
appearance of these New
Lngland treasures carried to
ease the nostalgia of Miss Betty
Reid. A nostalgia this
State-O-Mainer claims she no
longer feels as she has come to
love Man 0 War and wants to
stay here.

"Sybarite" is back in a now
familiar spot Greg Morse took
her into Palm Beach two weeks
ago with the Charles Duncans
and Joseph Albury as
companion crew. It was a
grand sail they report
spinnacker up and flying across
the Little Bahama Bank. The
pleasure of both sailing trips
and welcome home outshine
the USA hours too strongly to
bear comparison.
******
A recent weekend saw Man
O War harbour as crowded as it
has been all winter. Gams of
the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club
overflowed East Harbour into
the Main Harbour leaving only
a narrow clear way along the
settlement docks.
Many of the club members
are old friends of Man 0 War
Ed and Betty Kelly on
"Decision" for example; Finlay
Matheson with "Lucretia B."
but not wife Cree who had
flown home for another
glimpse of her treasured baby
grandson; "Immaculate"
Walton and May Smith on a
sleek Huckins; Junie and
Nancy Beebe ,'vhose- -
"Grampus" is on its third tour :
of the Bahamas for the winter; '.
Gordon and Blanche Gibbs
aboard Pearce Coady's
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By Abigail Van Buren
0 n1M 5" CcMOi TMOWN-N. Y. New Sy. Ic.
DEAR ABBY: If you never do another thing for hu-
manity as long as you live, you should go down in history
for taking a stand against prolonging the life of the termi-
nally ill by means of gadgets and tubes. The "Living Will"
which permits a person to express his wishes concerning
his own fate should he become helpless beyond recovery
was never more needed than it is today.
It is a shame that some of these doctors can't see those
patients each day after they are transferred from the hospi-
tal to nursg homes to die slowly, and also see the families
day by day as they sit helplessly by and watch their loved
ones go thru the painful slow dying process. Sometimes the
patient is reduced to a vegetable, while the physical, emo-
tional, and financial strain on the family is devastating. I
just can't believe that God ever intended that anyone
should be put thru this kind of ordeal, or that doctors
should practice this type of medicine.
I write this letter after watching a long drawn out
death in my own family, and I want to say that your letter
could do untold good in the prevention of such tragedies.
Bless you for publishing information that may start people
thinking about the plight of these pitiful old people whose
lives are prolonged by tubes, and the families who become
destitute during the process.
YOUR FRIEND IN DURHAM, N. C.
MISS VAN BUREN: You are not an authority on any-
thing. Who do you think you are? God? God determines
who shall die and when-not you or anyone else. May I
deserve euthanasia if I ever iead your stinking rotten col-
um- again! A BELIEVER IN BUFFALO
DEAR ABBY: In response to your views on death and
dying, as a member of the clergy, I would like to say one
thing: AMENI God love you.
TED S. SPONSEL, Pastor
Bayshore Baptist Church
Daly City, Cal.
DEAR ABBY: Dying with dignity is important, but
there are greater values. One of our sisters is dying a slow
and painful death from cancer. I picked up her Bible to
read to her and it fell open to Paul's letter to Colossians
where she had marked the passage: "It makes me happy
S to suffer for you, as I am suffering now, and in my own
body to do what I can to make up all that has still to be
idergone by Christ for the sake of his body, the Church."
:qby, that sister is doing more for us now by pa it
S Ung than she (d14 e e as a utstanding superioom-
rato Sufferig can be sra itive. God will give
f strength to bear whatever Be permits to happen to
1 If we but trust Hilm.
SISTER DANIEL, Daughter Of Charity
St. Louis
CONFIDENTIAL TO "TELL ME THE TRUTH IN MIL.
FORD, N. J.": Some women in slacks should not turn their
baeks. You are one.

PreMefsT Ym' feel better f yes got It o year ahest.
r a persel reply, wrMe to ABBY: BeM Ne. W L. A.,
ew, a tobe stamped, l A-a-resA evweepe,

Hate to write leMr? t Seed $1 to Abby, x elSe, Los
A les C, jL lor Abby's beeklet, "Hew to Write
Lttaen for All Osasles."


SPRING IS HERE,

LOOK FOR MANGOES
THERE IS NO SURER SIGN OF SPRING than the appearance
of mangoes on the market. Bags of them are now at the Potter's
Cay Produce Exchange and there are lots of ways to eat mangoes
other than over the sink or letting the juice fall where it may.


Preserving some of the crop
is one way of keeping mangoes
all year round. Here are some
chutney and relish recipes.
Peel and slice ,mangoes to
make three and a quarter cups.
Place in a bowl (glass
preferably) with two and a half
cups white sugar and a cup of
brown. Cover and let stand
overnight. Drain the juices into
a suacepan and reserve the
mango slices. To the liquid,
add a cup of cider vinegar, half
a cup of raisins, a quarter cup
chopped ginger, two
tablespoons garlic finely
chopped, two tablespoons salt

ABACO PLANS
From Page 3
"Cleopatra's'Barge" with Jim
and Betty Parker as
companions; Lloyd Freeman
and a "Maggie L" load of
friends.
It is hard to speak of this
stag group as a boat load as the
boat seemed unable to contain
them. One or more of them
was in the water with reliable,
comic frequency. Rear
Commodore Bill Munroe
borrowed the hospitable deck
of "Cleopatra's Barge" to
entertain the club.
**,gI)4


Thursday's rain did not
deter those gathered to give the
Marcell Alburys and Malvern
Morses a warm send off on
their European trip. The
foursome spent five
days in Zurich attending the
International Rotarian
Convention.
The Alburys and Morses
travelled leisurely and returned
to Man 0 War on June 2. Mal
Morse has lived and travelled in
Europe since he was a boy. He
showed his wife and friends
some of his favourite spots.
If schedules meshed, as it
was hoped they would, these
travellers arrived in
Luxembourg as Ritchie and
Sylvia Albury touring with
Philip aand Dorothy Sawin .
Returned to begin thel th6..
homeward. It must'"be n' all
time first for eight Man 0
Warrians to have had a
European dinner engagement.
5*S**


Garden Cay's gardeners, Sam
and Arleen Braxton also visited
Zurich to attend the same
Rotarian gathering which drew
Marcell to that city. Five
Abaco couples, in fact, were
hoteled together at this time.
Sam and Arleen had a
fascinating Greek trip mapped
to follow the stop in
Switzerland.
Mrs. Boris Leonardi's friends
were sorry to see the flag
pulled down over Julie's
Village when she left Friday
morning to return to her home


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and a teaspoon ground cloves.
Cut two seeded hot peppers
and add the slices. Simmer
stirring frequently for half an
hour. Add the mango slices and
simmer 30 minutes longer.
Pour into hot sterilized jars,
cover tightly and store in the
refrigerator.
For another chutney,
combine six cups white sugar
and four cups vinegar. Boil for
five minutes. Add a dozen
peeled and sliced mangoes,
three cups raisins, four seeded
and chopped hot peppers, a
quarter zup chopped ginger
root, L large sliced onion, a

INDEPENDENCE
in Lakeville, Conn. The flag has
flown since Mrs. Leonardi's
arrival in March after an
absence of several years.
Among the guests at Julie's
Village this spring have been
her brother, Col. Hodges, of
Sherborne, Dorset, England,
and Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Boissiere, also of Sherborne.
Mr. Boissiere is Master of
Sherborne School's largest
house, one of 135 boys. With
boys as they are today, one
hopes Ip had a revitalizing
holiday.


"Tordarroch" has returned
to a mooring in the East
Harbour. Charlie and Pat Shaw
have taken her up through
Eleuthera and the Exumas to
Long Island in the last six
weeks. The trip was great fun
they say. Every harbour held
friends either new or old for
this experienced boating
couple.
And now back to Marsh
Harbour:
Returned home last
month after an extended visit
here to research material for a
book on Abaco was Mr. Julius
Wflenski, Mayor of Stamford,
Connecticut, with three other
Stamford residents aslsting in
this project. kbaco
Businessmen Association's
?bhairma .,Marcell Albury, an"'
expert Abaconiar wates
spent considerable time with
the group-as did "other
members of ABA.
******
According to information
just received, The King's Bay
Yacht Club of Miami plans to
cruise Abaco next month
visiting all settlements and
points of interest. Eight to 12
boats-from 30 to 47 feet-will
be in the party, according to
Dr. Sidney Adler of Miami,
who is heading the cruise.
e****R


Preparations are going along
rapidly for the annual July 4
sailing regatta at Green Turtle
Cay Club. For details write
Roger Phillips, Green Turtle
Cay Club, Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco, Bahamas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence
have returned to their home in
Marsh Harbour after a vacation
in Europe, where they
attended the International
Convention of Rotary at
Lausanne, Swit-erland.
0 ******
Mr. Alfred T.Maycock M.P.,
chairman of the Development
Corporation, will address the
Abaco Businessmen's
Association on Monday, June
18 at 8 p.m. at the Key Club in
Marsh Harbour.
The Rotary Club of Abaco
held a ladies night at the Conch
Inn, Marsh Harbour, on
Thursday, May 31- and
needless to say it was most
enjoyable.
At a recent directors
meeting of the club funds were
voted to install a basketball
court in the Marsh Harbour
area.
.****.
The Hope Town Sailing Club
announces the second annual
Gillies Trophy Regatta to be
held on June 30 and July I and
2.
Meanwhile the news from
Treasure Cay is that it's
continuing its building boom-
apartments, condominiums and
private homes.
******
And by now we all know
that the rumour that a
m u I ti-million dollar
hotel-condominlum complex
and marina for Boat Harbour,
Mardh Harbour, is no longer a
rumour. But first of all
something has to be done
about that air strip so that we
can receive direct jet traffic
from overseas. It is also
rumoured that the proposed
aliftrip capable of taking super
jets will be located between
Trmasre Cay 'and Marsh
Harbour.


chopped clove of garlic and n fruit in hot sterilized jars and
teaspoon salt. Cook for an '.our in the syrup. Seal and set
hour until thick. Pour into hot ithe jars in simmering water for
sterilized jars and sealt a quarter of an hour.
For mango preserves, peel ,' Try mango relish. Peel two
the fruit and cut into slices. pounds unripe mangoes and
For each pound of fruit, grate the pulp into a bowl. Add
prepare a syrup of four cups a teaspoon salt, a finely
water and two cups sugar. chopped clove garlic, finely
Bring to a boil and cook for chopped and seeded green
five minutes. Add the slices pepper. Mix well This mixture
and boil rapidly until the syrup can be kept in sealed Jars for
is clear. Cool. Return the pot several days in the refrigerator
to the heat and bring it again but it is best eaten at once.
to the boiL Cook until a candy Here is a mango salad which
thermometer registers 220 calls for cooked pork. Peel two
degrees. Cool again. Pack the pounds almost ripe mangoes


and cut the pulp into strips.
Sprinkle with salt and let them
stand for half an hour. Rinse in
cold water, drain on paper
towels and place in a salad
bowL In a skillet, saute half a
cup of chopped pork in butter
until well cooked and
browned. Add a tablespoon
each chopped shrimp, chopped
peanuts, brown sugar and cook
for a minute. Combine the
pork mixture with the
mangoes. In the skillet, saute
some chopped garlic and
shallots. Drain and dry on
paper towels. Sprinkle over the


salad and serve at room
temperature.
An interesting dessert
combines chopped mangoes
and mango Ice cream. Finely
chop enough mangoes to line a
desert dish. Fill the centre with
mango ice cream and sprinkle
with grated coconut.
For mango ice cmeam, beat a
cup of whipping cream until
quite stiff. Add two
tablespoons creme de cacao
and beat .until jtifL., Mash
enough mango meat to make
half a cup and add half a
teaspoon lemon juice. Fold the
mango into the cream. Beat
four egg whites with a pinch of
salt until they form soft peaks.
Beat in 4 tablespoons white
sugar, a tablespoon at a time.
Continue to beat until the
whites are stiff. Gently fold the
whites into the mango and
cream mixture. Spoon into ice
trays and freeze without
stirring until firm.


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Bahamians are out to prove beaut


is more than skin deep in Bahama
SUCH IS THE INHERENT BOREDOM OF SOME TASKS that most of s require artifial stimulants mad deadin to perfat
them.
In the Bahamas Christmas housewife or homeowner can Architect. clubs will plaat a thick hedp
and to a lesser degree Easter manufacture other deadlines to This committee is simply of native pink hibiscus either
are used by homeowners as a encourage themselves to bursting with ideas for the side with plumbago in front of
oal to thoroughly clean and complete tasks that might beautification of the island. it. They plan to continue to
spruce up their homes. The otherwise be postponed ad They have two schemes to maintain and cae for these
infinitum, e.g., the anticipated involve the public. plants long after July 10th has
arrival of houseguests. In One is the "Paint-up" come and ,gone and maybe
SEngland Spring is the season scheme. All property owners after the enthusiasm of others
for thorough housecleaning are being urged to paint their has waned.
and no self-respecting homes and other buildings and ****eeeeeeeeee
housewife can ignore this the hardware stores are Numrs Mrt e Mra m
deadline, co-operating by holding paint Adderay returned
I Advertisers recognize this sales during the month of June home on Sahurday from the
necessity and take advantage of which is, among other things, Princess M Hospital. Not
I 4J iit commercially. being designated as "paint-up so unusual? But this time
J K ss Independence Day in the month". Nurse Hanna Ad been in
Bahamas July 10th, 1973- The first two weeks in June hospita asbpatient
Sis being used as a deadline to has been designated "Plant a Nurse Hanna was horn at
spruce up home and beautify tree weeks". The public is Mangrove Cay, Andros, on
private gardens and public being solicited to plant as least February 8, 1919, the last of
parts of the island. one tree during these two seven children of Richard and
,. For this purpose a weeks and the nurseries are Mathilda Adderley.
I + i sub-committee of the cooperating by giving discounts She entered training a
Independence Committee of on such purchases during this nurse on January 4, 1937 and
M the Independence Secretariat time.sucsfkopse hrfin
with Harold Munninoss as Mrs. Lynn Holowesko says: examinations and has nursed
*ii iil i i H l co-ordinator and George Smith "We are hoping that people ever since.
as chairman has been set up who take advantage of this She was married on May 7,
I and is appropriately called offer will plant their trees in 1941 and is the mother of
The Beautification an area that will be enjoyed by eight children six of whom are
Committee." people passing by. In this way still alve.
This is mostly comprised of the island will be more lush In 1942 along with Nurses
garden club representatives, and tropical." Zenobia Nellyy (now
Mrs. Lynn Holowesko, The emphasis is on native deceased), Pernis odgersrs,
moe l iK d i president of the International Bahamian flowering trees. Mrs. and Maude Sads & ven she
CINNg Garden Club. is the chairman. Holowesko said that there are started the Public Health
Gemdl-De. d rant Other members are Mrs. so many indigenous flowering nursing service. They wore
The cautious and practil married Eugene (Dorothea) Dupuch, trees that require a minimum royal blue uniforms and white
woman of today, places her confi- also of the International, Mr. of care and that tourists hats. Hurse Hanona also worked
dence in the effectiveness of Ry Nathaniels well-known
NORFORMS feminine suppositories Ray Nathaniels, well-known coming here wish to see things in the infant welfare clinics
because they ofer. Bahamian architect, Mrs. that are typically Bahamian. along with Nurse Alice Hill
Peodive P 0eI h against embar- Godfrey Kelly and Mrs. Frank The committee, which is Jo6at for ten years.
rnprobms with their highly Hazelwood of the Nasu work very closely with the Nurses Ruth
Ped Fr ainsa in avoiding of- Garden club, Mr. Larry Town Planning department, King Outten and Roxey
fenive odors with their rapid deodo. Roberts, representative of the has many major schemes being p d Blatch. Nurse Hanna
rant action. Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. put into operation and many founded the Nurses Registry-
tNefo mAdisl Rum Ste e andof Mve others on the drawing boards. Nurse Hanna is also an active
elmore active thai internal Rudolph Sweetnam of the
douciT hey are euyto andl Carver Garden club, Mrs. Arno Schmid has designed member of Bethel Baptist
hd nat berm i nt Talmadge Sands of the the plan for the roundabou-it Church ad Is a member of the
S at 2 p4cas Y.W.C.A. Garden Club and Mr Mackey amd Bay Streets, The
Arno Schmid, Landscape basic theme here is of a M ANY SAN









I PAUL COLE BARBARA ANN CHASE BANI
Ne n... aves Naval Academy trant A student





N o fo m sBahamian rock garden and the
COMMONWEALTH OF committee hope to have it lit at
THE BAHAMA ISLAND 1973 night.
IN THE SUPREME COURT No. 169 Rawson Square is to have a
new face. The plan for this was
Equity Side drawn by Michael Myers, of
Caribbean Landscaping. The
IN THE MATTER OF Berry Islands guiding purpose behind this
Development Company (Bahamas) Limited creation is to create an
outstanding tropical garden
using contrasting foliage -
AND light greens and dark large
leaves and small with a
I Il THE MATTER OF The Companies Act, 1862 foreground of low flowering
plants. The planting is typically
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islands of planting will be
symbolic and the effect will be
that of a secluded garden
within a bustling square."
The committee have many
other schemes not yet past the
drawing board stale aa0
subject to approval by tha
authorities and the deadline of
July 10th. It might even be
decided to keep this committed
on after July 10th as a
permanent institution.
One such plan the
committee hopes to develop is
for the north end of the
Churchill building, which is
presently landscaped by perked
cars. A narrow terrace is
planned her complete with
the. new crest of he Bahamas
wAich would serve as a
"Welcome to the Bahamas" for
cruise ship arrivals.
The four garden clubs on
New Providence have taken -
in conjunction with the
beautification committee a
particular area of New
Providence to beautify as their
project for the year.
The Y.W.C.A. are re-planting
Gregory's Arch which also
serves as one of the entrances
to Government House. Years
ago Mrs. Holowesko recalled as
a child Gregory's Arch used to
spli over with flowering
foliage.
The Carver Garden Club is
improving the roundabout At
Nassau Street and Poinciana
Drive.
The International and
Nassau Garden dubs in
partnership are planting both
#i98 of the staircase up to
Government House on which
Oolumbua stands. Here thea


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BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE The ladles have many to encourage
homeowners to help beautify the Islaend. They are picture with Mr. eRrt Pinder, Jr. of
Pinder's NrMry and are from left to rit: Mrs. Lynn Holowe pre of the
International Garden Club; Mrs. Talmadge Sands of the YWCA Garden Cubti Mr. Pinder;
Mrs. Grace Isaacs of the Carver Garden Club; and Mrs. Godfrey Kelly of the Nassau
Garden Club. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


attending concerts together. He
played the trumpet and violin
and she accompanied him on
the organ. She also used to
play the organ for her father
who was a deacon and trustee
of the church.
Nurse Hanna received special
training with the Billy Graham


crusade in counselling and
played an active part in the
choir of the Crusade.
In 1969 she was sponsored
by the Bahamas Baptist
Missionary and attended a
course in counselling and
commitment in Montego Bay,
Pa.e srnl. I


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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 lohn 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;1ind 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
Counl 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
gistered charge for the same.
CALLENDERS, ORR, FYFROM & ROBERTS
Chambers
Mosmar Building, Queen Street
Nassau, Bahamas
NOTE:
Any peon who intends to appear on the
hearing d e said Petition must serve or send by
post to tthe above-named, notice in writing of his
intenton to so do. The notice must state the name
and miheas aif the penon, or, if a firm the name
and a4*deis of the firm and must be signed by the
pears or ark, or his or their Attorney (if any)
mad must served or, if posted must.be sept by',
,st In sufficient tie to mach'he above-named
not er -i 5:0 o'clock in the afternoon of the
j tdjtanA. ,1973.


soo n I omof


Wednmday, June 6, 1973.


choir and of the prayer band
and usher board. Her
church has played an
Important role in Nurse
Hanna's life.
She recalls the "good old
days" when she and her
brother, the Rev. R. G.
Adderley, went around


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From Page 6
Jamaica, along with other
representatives from all over
the Caribbean. Of this
experience Nurse Hanna says:
"I have never before or ever
since experienced such
fellowship".
She is also a student of the
Bahamas Baptist Bible Institute
and has just completed a
course of ministries to youths.
'- In addition to her active


nursing career, her full church
work and raising a large family,
Nurse Hanna also is a long time
member of St. Hilda's Chapter
No. 50 an order with
affiliations with Eastern Star
Prince Hall and an old member
of the Curfew Elks No. 816.
Under the leadership of
Deputy Lillian Archer the first
purple Cross unit was formed
by Nurse Helena and Ursula
Sealy and herself in the Girls


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NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED.



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Lydia Club Hall.
You can be sure that Nurse
Hanna will not be confined to
her bed for long. She broke her
leg while gardening and
probably caused her knee
injury by trying to walk with a
broken leg. You can't keep this
kind of indomitable spirit
down.
Barbara Ann Chase,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
L. chase Jr. of Nassau, was
graduated from the C. E. King
High School in Houston,
Texas, on May 24. Mr Chase
was present for the graduation
ceremonies.
Miss Chase, a straight A
student on the Principal's
Honour Roll, was a member of
the National Honour Society.
She was chosen by the faculty
as one of the top ten students
in her school and was voted by
her graduating class as their
friendliest girl, which is quite a
tourist promotion for the
Bahamas.
Miss Chase, who majored in
speech and who is an active
participant in many speech
tournaments, has won a college
scholarship which she will use
to enter Stephen F. Austin
University in the Fall. She
plans to major in Speech.

Rudolph Andrew
McSweeney, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolphph
McSweeney of Stapleton
Gardens, was graduated from
St. Augustine's College. The
graduation ceremony was held
on Thursday evening at the
Crown Ballroom, Paradise
Island. Dr. Cleveland Eneas was
the chairman, Mrs. Milo Butler
wife of the Governor-designate
was present, as was the Lord
Bishop of the Bahamas, Bishop
Paul Leonard Hagarty. Mrs.
Paul Adderley, wife of the
Minister for External Affairs,
presented the special awards
and Mrs. Cleveland Eneas
presented the certificates.
Among the audience was Mr.
Sidney Poitier, the Oscar
winning Bahamian film star
who seems to be partaking
more and more in Bahamian
life of late. (He is a regular
player on the tennis courts at
the Montagu Beach Hotel).
Andrew McSweeney is well
known for his athletic
accomplishments. He was the
champion discus thrower in
1969, 1970 and 1971 in the
Interschool meets, he also
won the Air Canada Best
Athlete of the Year Award in
1971 and he was part of the
winning relay team for the 100
metres (Interschool) In 1969
and 1970.
Andrew is also the brother
of the twelve-year-old girl
prodigy, Theresa ("Terry")
McSweeney, who won the
B.G.A. Bonanza Women's golf
tournament at Coral Harbour
earlier this year.
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Doherty
. are due to leave the Bahamas
at the end of this month.
They have had a very happy
four years in the Bahamas. Dr.


NURSE MERLINE ADDERLEY
... broke her leg
Doherty, in addition to his
busy practice, was a member of
B.A.S.R.A. and pursued his
two favourite hobbies of
boating and flying during his
stay here. Mrs. Doherty
(Helen) was a member of the
Yellow Birds and devoted
much of her time here to ticket
selling for charities.
Dr. Doherty first came to
the Bahamas as Dr. Chris Orr's
assistant. The Orr family since
left for Australia, but their
many friends and Drs. Orr and
Doherty's patients will be
happy to know that the Orrs
are returning and that Dr. Orr
is going to take over Dr.
Doherty's practice.
Dr. Doherty also served as a
part time consultant at the
hospital.
The Doherty's two children
are at school in England.


Sen. Paul Adderley urges youths



to 'work a little harder'to succeed
THE YOUTH FOR CHRIST has received several requests from the Family Islands to start radios there, YFC director Stunce
Williams disclosed at that oganization's annuaI banquet and concert held Saturday, May 26 In the La Chandelle Room of the Halcyon
Baknoral Beach Hotel.
Over 300 young people
attended the affair at which
External Affairs Minister Paul
Adderley and Mrs. Adderley
were special guests.
In his annual report Mr.
Williams said that YFC is
working and will continue to
work with the youth of the
Commonwealth
He pointed out that this
year in particular, YFC was "
endeavouring to expose the
local talent, especially in the
field of music. Pointing out
that there was a great deal of
such unexposed talent, Mr.
Williams said that YFC's
foremost goal was to make the
Bahamian public more aware
and more appreciative of its
local talent.
His comments were loudly r
applauded.
ISLANDS' REQUESTS


He said that YFC had
received several requests from
the Family Islands to start
rallies in the islands, but
although YFC had enough
personnel to visit the Family


Paul Cole, aged 18, only son islands, there was
of Mr and Mrs. Paul Cole of sufficient funds to
Nassau, was graduated the demands.
Saturday from Tabor He was hoping h4
Academy, Marion, funds would be "
Massachusets. Tabor is an the Lord" for u
Honour Naval Academy at specific area, and
which, Paul told me, they drill people to stay wi
for two months out of the year programme.
and march on Navy Day and Senator Paul I
Memorial Day. was then called
At school Paul was on the address the audie
sailing team. He plans to go to topic of "You
the University of Miami in the Independent Bahar
Autumn where he will study Remarking
Oceanography and Marine Biology Commonwealth
' Bahamas could be
Mr. Robert Vesco, who youthful in that its
needs no introduction, has two consisted of ap
interesting contraptions in his 65% under the age
carport. One is a yellow vehicle he pointed out
with a clear top and according organization such
to the inscription on it is a desiring to work w
"Perry Submarine either a physic
Sharkhunter"; the second is a educational or
gorgeous purple what capacity would ce
appears to my unlearned eye that there were r
to be a racing motor boat. people in the Cor
From what one reads in the to work with.
newspapers it is amazing that Mr. Williams saic
-Ur. VIco can find time away dny ..,w i* w
from high finance to pursue buld contribute
such innocent sports., building of the
stressed the imp


Mr. and Mrs. Holland Smith
left Nassau on Sunday on
board a Pan Am flight for
Tampa, Florida for the annual
meeting of the Chambers of
Commerce of the Americas,.Mr.
Holland Smith is the president
of the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce.

The guest speaker at this
week's luncheon meeting of
the Rotary Club of East Nassau
will be Mr. Donald J. Oswald,
executive vice president of
Marcona Ocean Industries Ltd.
This organisation is a
subsidiary of the Dilligham
Corporation of Honolulu,


putting one's best
aspect of life in tt
and he urged the
persevere a little
whatever level
functioning.


s a lack of
accomplish
however that
provided by
use in this
urged young
th the YFC
L. Adderley
upon to
nce on the
th in an
mas".
that the
of the
regarded as
s population
proximately
of 25 years,
that any
Sas YFC
ith youth in
cal, social,
spiritual
rtainly find
many young
mmonwealth
d there were
whichh youth
e to the
Nation. He
ortance of
t into every
he Bahamas,
e youth to
Harder at
they are


WORK HARDER
Senator Adderley was
enthusiastically applauded
when he said the Bahamas did
not need any more nine to
fivers, but young people who
are dedicated to their jobs and
are willing to work a little
harder than the ordinary. "The
guy who succeeds is usually the
fellow who works a little
harder at his job," said Mr.
Adderley.
Senator Adderley's address
was then followed by a musical
package of Bahamian talent
and those appearing were "Al
and the Visioneers, the Lopins
Trio, the Calvary Bible
Quartet; Barry Newbold
teamed up with petite Miss
Lauren Major to sing a duet.
Also appearing was Mrs. Kayla
Lockhart Edwards.
Mr. Ted Place, director of
the Greater Miami Youth for
Christ, who flew in to Nassau
to be the guest speaker for the
evening, then gave an inspiring
address on the mental,
spiritual, physical and social
needs of youth today.
Stating that man's problems
have not changed over the
years, he pointed out that the
first teenager mentioned in the
Bible had a spiritual need, the
second had a mental need, the
third a physical need and the
fourth teenager mentioned had
a social need. He said that
these four needs represented
the four basic problems of
youth today, and pointed out
that Jesus was the perfect
teenager and urged the youth
of the Commonwealth in this
Independence year to fashion
their lives after the greatest of
all teenagers who has the
answer to all the spiritual,
physical, mental and social
needs of life.


OFFICERS and guests at
the Youth for Christ banquet
at the Balmoral Beach Hotel
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Mrs. Hubert McKenzie; Mrs.
Raymond Higgs; Mrs. Paul With the high cost of commercial
Adderley; the Hon. PauLI 1 1 jMrANY
Adderley, Mr. Ted Place; Mrs.
Stunce Williams; Mr.
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Raymond Higgs, Mr. Joshua a special roue t Ihe professional customers.
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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.
C981 .
ABACO land for sale, water
frontage.
Certificate of Title 120 acres.
Best offer. Cash. Call 23133
anytime.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen,
utility room and carport. Built
in range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home In nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C9982
COMPANY with right of
purchase approximately 1000
acres. Great Abaco. Interested
parties write: P. O. Box
N4305, Nassau.
C10024
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.
C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21 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 reconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

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.

CQ14
LOT WITH HOUSE on corner
of Dunmore Lane and
Dowdeswell Street. 22% below
Government assessed value.
Phone 22507 (days) 42045
(evenings).

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, basic furniture with 2
kitchens. Spacious enclosed
grounds, near school and
shopping centre. Asking only
S$45,000.00 Owner might
consider financing.
AN ESTATE OUT EAST.
Kingsize pool delightful
Patio. 2 acres of grounds -
Swell fruited has four
bedrooms 3 baths, even a
Bidet. Plus 2 extra rooms for
unexpected guests. Plus
Sefficient~ 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.
FOR ACTION DIAL THE
REALTORS WITH THE BEST
LISTINGS -
DOAMIANOS we sell real
Estate. Ring 22033, 22305,
22307, evening 41197.


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PRESTIGE HOMES
Phone 28851
P.O. Box N-1469, Nassau

HIGHLAND PARK 3
bedroom 2 bath, living room,
dining room airconditioned.
Furnished, patio with BBQ pit.

SEABREEZE 4 bedrooms, 2
bath, living and dining room.
Furnished, carport, laundry
room.

PARK GATE 2 bath 3
bedroom, living and dining
room, breakfast room, den,
patio enclosed, laundry room,
maid's quarters.

NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 bath, living and dining room,
patio, laundry room, furnished,
airconditioned.

LITTLE BLAIR Duplex. 2 2
bedroom, kitchen, living and
dining room. All rented

BLAIR 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
living room, dining room,
office, double carport. Wall to
wall carpet, laundry room,
airconditioned. Patio, den.
HIGH VISTA 2 bedrooms 2
bath, living and dining room.
Family room, den, large patio.
Wall to wall carpeting.
Furnished.
EAST SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 bedroom apartments. Living
and dining room, kitchen, near
Montagu Beach.
DREAM HOUSE on
waterfront Call for
information.
4 UNIT APARTMENT 2
bedrooms, living and dining
room, bath. Completely
furnished.

2 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
- Centreville 30x100 has 3
year lease. $850 per month.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
75x100 warehouse 2000
sq.ft., 3 bedroom apartment
and 1 bedroom apartment.

2 LOTS Coral Harbour.
LOT HIGH VISTA Best buy
of the year ONLY $4500.00
FOR QUICK ACTION Lj-T:
WITH US '
C 10086
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house
located between Seabreeze and
Yamacraw. To view call 41368.
C 10072
o0' x 100' lot with shop and
house-. situated on Market
Street between Brougham St.
And Milton Sr. Phone 3-5895.

I WATS T RENT
C 10066
TWO UNFURNISHED houses
- lease. One around $200 the
other $300 monthly. Call
LESLIE FOX, FOX & SONS
REALTY at 28012.

S M RENT
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.

C9910
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
completely furnished home,
Nassau East, near school.
Available July 1. Call 36151
nights 58141 days.


C9977
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
IN HARMONY HILL Call
3-1328.

C10022
AIRCONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C 10003
BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
furnished. $300 per month.
Telephone 4-1288.


2 BEDROOM airconditioned
apartment off Village Road,
fully furnished, carpet,
Television, water Included in
rent. Phone 2-4267 (days)
3-2515 (nights).
C10052
2URNISHED Luxury one
oedroom apartment,
aircondltloned, carpeted, T.V
antenna, laundry, parking.
S200.00 Phone 58512.
C 10051
IN TOWN Turnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C 10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C 10049
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.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C1d033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 2-4777-8.
C 10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C 10081
2, BEDROOM completely
.Wroais h.d apartment.
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
34350.
C 10087
DOWNTOWN PARKING
ELIZABETH AVENUE
Monthly $20 per car.
Hourly 50c first hour.
30c each additional hour.
ELIZABETH CARPARK
7-7387 or 2-4727
C10084
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2
bathroom apartment, fully
furnished and equipped,
airconditioning, large balcony,
swimming pool, short or long
term. $445 per month.
Children welcome. Contact
2-1841 days.
C9986
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with
ariconditioning Bamboo
Town. Phone 36959.

ECARS FIR SAl 1
C 10071
1969 Triumph Herald -
excellent condition. Call
22444.
C9997
'66 Mustang Convertible,
power steering. Taxed for '73.
Excellent condition. $900.00.
Call 3-1973.


C10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER .
1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENTUKA-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orang.$3500
1971 FORb CAPRI --
Auto. Blue $i85C
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER -
Auto, Blue $2100
1971 FORDGALAXIE -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA -.
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter-
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Pr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADI LLLAC -
Auto. $975
TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


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BAHAMAS OBEDIENCE
TRAINING SCHOOL
Summer Session
Register at 6 p.m. June 12th
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
For more information call
31303 or 31409 after 6 p.m.

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


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C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

C10055




PBX-PABX TECINCIANS



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


Brenda J. Duvalier
Judith Farrington
Edwin P. Ferguson
Myrtis R. Ferguson
M/M Rupert Ferguson
Carter B. Forbes
M/M Lionel Fox
Robert Gardiner
Donald Gooding
Nell Gooding
Hilton L. Grant
Garnett Hall
Reynold (Billy) Hanna
Joseph 0. Hepburn
Olga Hepburn
Gordon Humes & V. Moncur
Herbert Humes
Floyd Kemp
Henry King
Ernestine Knowles
George Knowles
Phillip J. Knowles
Michael Lawrence
Jullanna Lockhart
William & Edith Mackey
Ricardo N. Marshall
Denia McCardy
Wilfred McKenzie


C10019

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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD- $6860.00
Also available
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
Good condition $2400.00
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
big engine $3100.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER -
stick shift $1150.00
1970 SINGER VOGUE
SEDAN- automatic $950.00
1967 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN-
white $400.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL -
white $400.00
1967 CADILLAC SEDAN-
good buy +$350.00
1972 VAUXHALL FERENZA-
blue stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR-
green $1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE-
reconditioned $1000.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER-
bargain $1500.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER
G.L.- good buy $2350.0C
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA-
automatic $2250.00
1969 CHEVY CAMARO-
recodnditioned $1850.00
1969 FORD FALCON-
automatic $1200.00
1972 CHEVY NOVA-
2 door coupe $4400.00
1969 DATSUN S/W-
stick shift $800.00
1969 TRIUMPH -
blue, 2 door,
automatic $1300.00
1999 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.

C10054
1971 FORD PINTO,
automatic, airconditioned, very
good condition. Price $2,500.
Tel 36729.
C10074
1965 VOLKSWAGEN. Good
runner good tyres. $400 -
O.N.O. Telephone 21404 day
41411 night.

I PETS FOR SALE
C9985
2 POODLES thoroughbred
black miniatures. Male and
female. All shots. Phone 52195
after 2 p.m.
C10075
ENGLISH GOLD LABRADOR
FOR SALE. Call 78328.

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C 100082
BAHAMAS YACHT SALES
1 F-25 Express Cruiser
EQUIPMENT INCLUDES
Bilge pump auto elect,
bow/side rails, conv. top, sides
and back curtains, dockside
wiring 11OV W/50' shore
cable, wiper, *eec. refrigerator,
carpeting,. dinette U shaped.
sink, stove alcohol, marine
head, bilge blower, elec. horn,
spare prop, spare batt. 225 h.p.
Chrysler 20 gal. water tank
sleeps 5, Has to be seen to be
appreciated $14,500.00- Phone
28079.

I M SALE I
C 10063
OWNER LEAVING
Livingroom suite, couch, chair,
rocker. Palmdale, Tenwich
Street off Montrose Avenue
Blue Apt. building left hand
side.

C9920
68 GMC V-6 % TON
TRUCK, New tires, clutch,
airconditioning, radio, 73
Licensing spotless. $2300
O.N.O. Phone 51901 between
9 and 5.

1 PUBLIC AUCTIO
C10078
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
,five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 22nd day of June A.D.,
1973 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:-
ALL that piece parcel or lot
of land situate in the vicinity
of the Settlement of
Governor's Harbour
aforesaid containing in area
One and Thirty-eight
hundredths (1.38) acres and
being triangular in shape
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded as
follows Northeastwardly by
land of the Estate of James
Stirrup and running thereon
Five hundred and Forty-four
and Nine tenths (544.9) feet
Southeastwardly by land the
property of Basil McKinney
and running thereon Two
hundred and Thirty-six and
One tenth (236.1) feet and
Southwestwardly by the
main Eleuthera Highway
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is delineated on
the diagram or plan attached
to a Deed of Gift made the
Sixteenth day of September
A.D. 1953 between Enid
Winifred Bethel of the one
part and Mary Christiana
Pinder of the other part and
now of record in the
Registry of Records in the
City of Nassau in Volume
273 at pages 401 to 404
Together with the
dwelling-house and office
erected thereon or on some
part thereof.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the
Seventeenth day of September.
1959 Howard McDonald
Wells to British-American Life
Insurance Company, Limited -
recorded in the said Registry of
Records in Volume 255 at
pages 344 to 352 and in an
Indenture of Further Charge
dated the First day of March,
1971 Howard McDonald
Wells to British-American
Insurance Company Limited -
recorded in the said Registry of
Records in Volume 1862 at
pages 304 to 309.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid to that price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
and the balance thereof on
completion.
Dated this 5th day of June
A.D., 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.


C 10077
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the 22nd day of June A.D.,
1973 at 12 o'clock noon the
following properties:-
(1) ALL that piece parcel or
lot of land situate between
East Street and Market
Street in Grant's Town in
the Southern District of the
said Island of New
Providence being Lot 129 in
a plan of Lots and bounded
on the North by Lot 116 of
the said plan now or
formerly partly the property
of one Poitier and partly the
property of one Nemore on
the East by Lot 130 of the
said plan formerly the
property of W. E. Dorsett on
the South by Peter Street
and on the West by Lot 128
of the said plan now or
formerly the property of
one Ted Knowles.
(2) ALL that piece parcel or
lot of land situate on the
Northern side of Hay Street
East of Market Street In the
Southern District of the said
Island of New Providence
and bounded on the North
by land in the possession of
Bertram Rahming and
running thereon 45 feet on
the East by land in the
possession of Kingsley
Wilson formerly the
property of Thomas Roker
and running thereon 98 feet
on the South by Hay Street
and running thereon 45 feet
and on the West by land in
the possession of Daisy
Kemp lately the property of
Julia Saunders and formerly
the property of Patience
Fine and running thereon 94
feet.
The properties are being sold
under the power of sale
contained in the following
Indentures:-
(a) An Indenture of Mortgage
dated 10th November,
1961 Ivan Erasmus
Wallace to British-
American Life Insurance
Company Limited -
recorded In the said
Registry of Records in
Volume 461 at pages 349
to 357.
(b) An Indenture of Mortgage
and Further Charge dated
8th June, 1962 Ivan
Erasmus Wallace to
British-American Life
Insurance Company
Limited recorded in the
said Registry of Records
in Volume 525 at pages
500 to 505.
tc) An Indenture of Second
further charge and further
charge dated 14th May,
1963 Ivan Erasmus
Wallace to British-
American Insurance
Company Limited -
recorded in the said
Registry of Records in
Volume 607 at pages 25
to 31.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid to that price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
and the balance thereof on
completion.
Dated this 5th day of June
A.D., 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.


C10088
WILL THE following persons
please contact World
Developers Limited as soon as
possible:-
Cornelius C. Adams
Collingwood E. Armbrister
John E. Armbrister
Isaac & Carolyn Ban
Verona Bastlan
Betty C. Bowe
Colamae Brennen
Walese W. Brown
Henry & Joycelyn Campbell
Dennis Cargill
Persis J. Charlow
David W. Cleare
Andre Cooper
Esthermae Culmer
M/M Kenneth Culmer
Dudley Curry
Edroy Dames
Egbert C. Dean
Reginald E. Dean, Jr.
Alfred N. Demeritte
Elaine A. Deveaux
Coral Dorsette


Letitia & Sanford McKinney
IPearl M. Mills
Lewis Moss
Audrey E. Nairn
Hubert Oliver
Anthony Poitier
Kent & Gloria Reid
Miriam K. Roberts
Mizpah Roberts
Lenix Rolle
Paula V. Sandiland
George T. Sands
John Sargent
Austin E. Saunders
Anthony & Hillerina Shepherd
William Simmons
Reginald & Robert Smith
Rudolph A. Smith
Inez Spencer
Frederick & Dorothy Taylor
Charmaine E. R. Thompson
Joseph E. Timothy
Mary E. Turnquest
Roscoe & Violet Weech
Josephine Sherry Whylly
Ambrose A. Williams



C_10079





,







In loving memory of Samuel
Lewis, who departed this life
June 1st 1964.
Dad, our mother died when we
were all small.
You stepped in her place and
was both mother and father,
So we want to thank you in
a very special way.
We miss you so dearly,
But God loves you best and
took you home to rest.
Left to mourn: Wife, six sons,
seven daughters, one sister and
several grandchildren.
RODERICK LEWIS,
Your Dear Son.

CANO7CENENTS6
C10076


C10007

co WANTED



BOTTLING LINE

OPERATOR

With experience in all

phases of operation

Apply:

BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD.
P. 0. Box 6340, Naau.


CLASSIFIED


C10006


WANTED



CHEMIST

Preferably with experience

in the manufacture and

quality control of spirits

Apply

BAHAMAS

DISTILLERS

LTD.
P. O. Box 6340, Nassau.


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C7407
JOB TITL-E: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIESg
Control, review. Investigated fet
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
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 968
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials Into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7430
JOB TITLE: (TWO;
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company P.C. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama


Funeral services for Mr.
William Pinder who died May
18th 1973 were held on
Sunday May 27th 1973 at
Evangelistic Centre, Pastor
Richard Sands officiated.
He is survived by two
daughters Mrs. Nellie Rolle of
McCollough Corner and
Mildred Johnson, 7
grandchildren, two sisters
Veronica Bodle and Baby
Pinder and lots of other
relatives.

I MELFMTES
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,
,Freeoort, Grahnd hamna,


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.
ADolv: Frank Treco,
Trans-Island Airways 7-8329.
C7428
JOB TITLE: PROCESS
ENGINEER MINIMUM
EDUCATION: High School pr
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.
C 10057
AIR CANADA requires a
Certificated Aircraft
Technician (Aircraft Engineer)
for the position of
Maintenance Representative in
the Bahamas, based at Nassau,
International Airport. The
successful applicant would be
responsible for maintenance,
repair and servicing of aircraft
and ground support
equipment; performing checks
on aircraft airframes, power
plants, trouble-shooting and
repairs on aircraft mechanical,
hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical
and electronic systems.
Required to supervise and train
subordinate personnel. Must be
in possession of valid licences
awarded by an appropriate
Government Authority such as
the Air Registration Board,
Federal Aviation Authority,
Air Transport Board, which
certify the authorization of the
holder; to modify, repair and
sign out DC 8 and DC 9 series
aircraft as airworthy.
Applications in writing,
including photocopies of
licences held, should be sent to
P. 0. Box NS, Nassau,
Bahamas. Bahamian Nationals
onlyneed apply.


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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.
C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATO RS
(FOUR)MINIMUM
EDUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
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.


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 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.
C10061
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. 4*aro, Holiday Inn, No
phone calls accepted.
C10030
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.
C7406
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
r rs.
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.
C10058
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT BANK requires
a Lawyer for their
headquarters in Nassau.
Applicants should have eight
to ton years law-firm or
corporate experience primarily
In International business and
Ibaking, commercial law,
aplty transactions, mergers,
C matters, etc. Will be
rquried to travel on company
bMiness. Preference will be
given to applicants with
knowledge of Spanish. Please
ang resume to: The Secretary,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation Limited, P. 0.
Box N-3229. Nassau.
C10029
MISAID MOTOR COMPANY
11970) LIMITED requires
REPAIRMAN 5 years
iplerlence necessary. require
peron capable of producing
high quality work. Apply In
person to:


Mr. J.W. Blackman,
Island Motor Company,
Oakes Field, oppd.
the Ice Plant.

0S1 TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Blood basic education.
xpedrence In fuel burning
rmc In rotary Kilns and
!reduction of Clinker. Cement
iant rotary Kiln burnerman.
IINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
IV/RESPONStBILITIES:
KUnos to produce
by continuous process

RESTED APPLICANT
NTACTs Personnel
nt Bahama Cement
[ y, P. O. Box F-100,
r, Grand Bhama.


or


experience In senior secretarial
position. Good salary,
provident fund and medical
schema. Applications to
include full details of
experience. References will be
required.
Applications In writing to:
"BAHAMAS GAS". P. O. Box
WIS63, Nessau.


C10068
SECRETARY, 25-35 years old.
At least 3 'O0' 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.
Appation by letter only, to
Miss Barbara Brown, P. 0. Box
N.1110, Nassau.
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 wel as the Institute of
Bankers Trustee Diploma or
equivalent. Applications in
confidence to Adv. C10069,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.


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HELP WANTED
C10023
JOB TITLE. INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
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.
10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use Precision
measuring Instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
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.
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.
C 7409 .
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.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces
Installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment In a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C9983
BAHAMAS GAS
REQUIRE:
SECRETARY
Fast accurate typing and
shorthand, together with


.. ... .. .- C100 '5
ROBERT M. BAILEY C 1
P. 0. Box N56, Nassau BROWN MINIATURE DOG
Telephone:3-5870. with brown collar, area of
William's and Shirley Streets.
$100 Reward. Phone 7-8139.



GRAND BAHAM1


I CLA IFIED .

ILP WAITED HELP UNTED
C7408 C10031
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN JOB TITLE: STEEL
MINIMUM EDUCATION: FA B R I C A T O R
Good basic education. ( FOU R ) M I N IMUMIV
Experience in fuel burning EDUCATION: Good basic
process in rotary Kilns and education
production of Clinker. Cement MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
plant rotary Kiln bumerman. years experience in steel lay
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5 out and welding.
years. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Read and follow structural
Operate Kilns tq produce, Ie detail drawings, cut and
cliker by a continuous process weld in accordance with
of burning, drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7430 10038
JOB TITLE: (TWO) JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
'BULLDOZER OPERATORS MINIMUM EDUCATION
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Good basic education
Good basic education MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3 5-10 years.
years. Must be fully qualified DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
to operate D-8 and D-9 Lay out work, set up and
!bulldozers. operate machine tools,
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: machine parts to precision
Operates bulldozer for leveling, tolerances and specified
road work, backfilling, finished. Use Precision
excavating and moving measuring instruments and
:materials. performs any dismantling,
!INTERESTED APPLICANT fitting or assembly work
CONTACT: Personnel required for plant maintenance
Department, Bahama Cement or construction.
Company, P.O. Box F-100, INTERESTED APPLICANT
,Freeport, Grand Bahama. CONTACT: Personnel


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.
C7433
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
graphic electrical or
mechanical instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company. P. 0. Box F-100,
FrneDOrt, Grand Bahama.


Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100, Freeport,
Grand-Bahama.
C7434
EX PERIENCED
REFRIGERATION AND
AIR- CONDITIONING
INSTALLATION AND
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
REQUIRED BAHAMIANS
ONLY NEED APPLY.
STANDARD PLUMBING CO.,
LTD., P'O.BOX F-2460,
PHONE 352-7838.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cemelot 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.
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. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED I
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.


10046
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters fo:
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.
,9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.
C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and. prompt
service call 28421.
C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. O. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C 10044
TROUBLES.... small or large
rall The DhPnmkbe Whm ltA l._


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 sales, 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 co-ordinating
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. 0. Box
F-650, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.
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.
C10000
INTERNATIONAL FIRM OF
Chartered Accountants have
vacancies for Staff
Accountant/Auditor for their
Freeport office. Candidates
must have had experience in a
professional accountants office
and must be in 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.


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.
"7409
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.
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.


TRAUE SERVICES
C1004F
Pleder's Csteoms

Brokeng Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& 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


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.

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. report,
Grand Bahama.
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. Respnsible for weekly
stock taking and ordering.
(1) BAKER: Prepares and
bakes IIl 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 mis-en-place.
Primary school and food
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. O. Box F207,
Personnel Department.


Wednesday, June 6,1973.


IELP WAID |

FIELD ENGINEER
Required to work at th
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
spply in writing to:-
SNAM PROGL I I I S.P.A.
P. O. Box F-2405
Freeport
GRAND BAHAMA
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 and necessary
SCUBA equipment. Bahamians
only submit resume to: Waugh
Construction, Box 3, West
End, 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.

K ELP MTED
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.


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.


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


KELP MNTED
C10073
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.


C 10080
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F2404, Freeport
requires experienced female
clerk/typist with G. C. E.
Standard or equivalent.
Bahamian only please call
352-8391.


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S HELP W TE I
7442
REQUIRED. EXPERIENCED
GARDENER/HANDYMAN,
ABLE TO DEAL
EFFICIENTLY WITH POOL
MAINTENANCE AND
MECHANICAL AND
ELECTRICAL GARDEN AND
LANDSCAPING
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.
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 98A
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.
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.


C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTED,
Contact D&R FURNITURE
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITURE
C9889
1IXONS UPHOLSTERY
3ERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service

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CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


1. Swindle
6. Ears
11. Ame's brother
12. Femmr Dodger
13. Andst
14. Bettle
16. French friend
19. Russian city
20. New star
22 Celor
24. Draft
headquarters
25. Wrapping paper
.27. Stein


29. Butter
container
31. Visitor
35. Caldron
38. Received
40. Hawaiian
island
41. Amo. --. amat
43. Gramps
45 Outfit S<
46. Everlasting
'3 Terium
sy ibol
50. Exchange
premiuse-
51. Noise
53. Needs


Per time 2S min. AP Newsf

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Grazing ground 29. Wire service
6. Direction 30. Dunce
10. The Promised 31. High in the
Land scale
11. Fishing basket 33. Downcast
13. Craftsman 36. Sprite
14. Hair rinse 37. Slender finial
15. Lime tree 38. Stare
16. Greek letter 39. Hindu guitar
18. Cereal seed 41. Parr
19. Brut 43. Pleasant
20. English river places
21. Mischievous 44. Agreement
22. Leave 45. Cleveland's
23. Renter waterfront
.25. Rectangular 46. Tableau


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 29. Alone
1. Russian news ,30. Japanese
agency girdle box
5. Apprehend 32. Plus
8. Girl's 34. Package cake
nickname 35. Street signs
11. Dillseed 37. Flax fiber
12. Stout 39. Cheekbone
13. Hackneyed 41. Where the
14. Ibsen heart is
character 45. Eisenhower's
15. Missile home town
17. Fish hook 47. Mind
18. Ax handle 48. Youth
19. Suit 49. Greek long E
21. Enclosed chair 50. Learning
24. Flounder 51. Caustic


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54. Senior
DOWN
1. Thick juice
2. Greeting
3. Finale
4. Maple genus


5. Trend
6. Work unit
7. Roman
emperor
8. Cleaves
9. Park in the
Rockies
10. Spools of film
11. Lark
15. Paragraph
17. Herb eve
21. Astern
23. Delved
26. Yank
28. Russian
department
store
30. Cowboy's shoe
32. Attention
33. Lover
34. Sand shark
35. Custard apple
36. The end
37. European
siskin
39. Armistice
42. Discover
44. Phone
47. Sigmoid
48. Youth
52. Myself


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DOWN 4. Phosgene
5. Fqyer
1. Peep show 6. Communications
2. Dido satellite
3. Fastener 7. Common verb
W AR \ 8. Spanish
D .Phgentlemen
S9. Card holding
10. Pets
- - -i 12 Potter's wheel
17. Underworld
'S goddess
20. Triumphed
SFastener 7. Horned viper
- - 22. Seaman
24. Dine
25 Portly
26. Fireball
S3~ 14 s W 27. Golf club
38. Chasm
32. Inclines
S 33. Rain tree
34. Nitrogen
S35. Refute
37. Gaelic
S- 38. Mirth
40. Black cuckoo
res 6-7 42. Klieg light


52. Outfit
53. Wrigoiy fish
DOWN
1. Flavor
2. Celebes ox
3. Bondman


5. Petroleum
6. Drug plant
7. Chimes
8. Ennui
9. Samuel's
mentor
10. Classified
section
16. The birds
20. Has being
22. Arab name
23. Goddess of
night
24. Pluto
25. Social insect
26. Platitude
28. Petition
31. Gem
33. Execute
36. Glossy
38. Unanimous
40. Opposed
42. Reed
instrument
43. European
blackbird
44. Potato buds
45. Completely
46. Wide inlet


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I1ntfrom 1omlr M MIKA : The eht-letter word Is a
wlmer that WIlF 1 ve OU a I Sefolation on Monday.


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Bridge


Regiment. (4)
Number (3)
Parasols. (9)
8tern portion. ()
Plee. (4)
After deductions. (3)
Clues Down
Irons, drivers, and so on. 4. a>
Patent device. (9)
Sweep. (S)
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-'K ,, GENERAL TENDENCIES: Your mind dooM
am be preoccupied with the various odds and
ends coanneted with the duties facing you. Make mae you do
not get involved in any dicusion of a romantic or emod
natusm, or you wNl become very confused and unabin to
accomplish work that could be well done otherwise.
SARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19).Get busy at tasks at hand and
top worrying, then you get rid of your problems easily. lmP
some time for improving your health. Avoid the social in p.m.
and gt a good rest.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Plan time for a new hakdi,
fitting, or whatever elk can make you look more charge,
feel man mare of yourself. Getting out for recreation is fine,
but don't go beyond your budget. Show you have imagination.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Try to please kin today and
get rid of whatever It is that makes discord with them. Fine
p.m. for entertaining, but make sure arrangements ae Just
right. Don't be too extravagant. Dreas well.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) More caue in
driving is wise today, or trouble could develop. Handle
practical affairs in a wise way, and be sure to doublecheck for
erron. Don't water time with goesips.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Building up your holdings i most
wise at this time, since the planets are favorable. Don't be
secretive with a business expert. Us your good judgment aad
forget your intuitive perceptions, which are apt to be wrong
right now.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Once your important work is
done, be sure to do something constructive about your health
and appearance. Show you are a perfectionist where social
matters are concerned. Think.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you are careful about little
things, you find more affection and romance can be yours. See
to it that your home is immaculate. Plan time to be of
assistance to a good friend.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Forget working so hard and
do something to deepen present friendships. Make better plans
to gain your personal aima Avoid some situation that could
get you into trouble, however.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) A good day for doing
well whatever work requires exactness and neatness. Show
bigwig that you support his ideas. Loyalty can bring you the
backing you want and need.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Ideal day to be with
delightful persons at charming places and to understand better
how to improve the future. A talk with a philosophically
minded person helps you gain your ambitions more easily.
Avoid one who gossips too much.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan how to get along
better with creditors and debtors. Use your intuition and
know how to have more understanding with mate. Stop being
so self-sacrificing, if that is your trouble. Think.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Conversing with close ties and
associates can bring about more understanding and better ideas
for the future. Don't put up with one who nags. Quietly
absent yourself. Take it easy tonight and be happy with mate.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who early in life will
require more rest than most others since the nature is sensitive
and cannot take too much noise, etc., around. Teach early to
complete whatever has once been commenced, then this can
become a successful chart in whatever the forte may be. Teach
to reach decisions more readily, also. '


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of cheerng ries from the Nutwood birds,
and the King. turning hies box, smiles down
at Rupert. "That was magnificent," he
deolare huskily. "You and the parrot have
sased the day." Thank you, your Majesty,'
Uays Rupert. "I'm glad the birds liked


the speech." As the King prepares for the
Journey back to hies own paaoe, one of the
Nutwood birds flutters up to Rupert "We're
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ANDREA WILKINSON,
S. storming into second, arrives
'.ar too late as Blazers'
shortstop Connie Scaeala
applies the tag for the out.
The Blazers defeated the
Centreville Sisters 10-1.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells

SFISK PIWERS

SRED SIX TI


i 9-2 VICTORY
NEW YORK, June 6 (AP)-
Carlton i-sk drove in four runs for
the second game in a row, with a
home run and a double, powering
the Boston Red Sox to a 9-2
victory over the Kansas City Royals
Tuesday night.
SFisk got the Red Sox off to a 3-0
lead in the first inning, drilling his
Ilth homer of the year; Kansas
City's John Mayberry, the
American League RBI leader,
knocked in his 53rd run in the third
inning.
Chicago White Sox' knuckballer
Wilbur Wood (13-5) suffered his
second straight setback when
Baltimore exploded for four runs in
the eighth inning for a 7-4 victory;
S the New York Yankees
overpowered the Texas Rangers
-86.
n West Coast night games, the
Detroit Tigers whipped the
California Angels S-2 and the
Milwaukee Brewers defeated the
Oakland Athletics 5-4.
Minnesota at Cleveland was
rained out.
In the National League, While
Davis rapped four hits and Ron Csy
hit a sthreerun hompr, leading Los
Angeles to v 10-1 victory over the
Ron Fairly homered in the 11th
inning, giving Montreal a 7-6
victory over Atlanta; Ed Goodson
cracked a tie-breaking double,
giving San Francisco a 3-2 victory
over Pittsburgh, and the Cincinnati
Reds beat the New York Mets 6-5.
Jim Ray Hart smahed a
three-run homer, Roy White
contributed a two-run shot and
Ron Blumberg drove in three runs
for the Yankees.
S Ron Bryant won his ninth game
for San Francisco; Bobby Bonds led
off the game with his 13th home
run for the Giants.
KLarry Bow& was almost a
one-man show during the PhIllies'
victory, collecting three singles and
a double and scoring three runs.
The Dodgers posted their eighth
victory in 10 games, jumping on
Cub ace Ferguson Jenkins for four
first-inning runs.
The Cardinals now have won
tt four In arow and 15S of their last 17
Johnny Bench's three-run homer
in the 10th Inning capped a
' four-run Cincinnati 10th after the
Mets had scored three times


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THE FREETOWN
STOPPERS making their debut
in the 1973 softball series
rallied behind the hitting of
second baseman Bris Wright
and winning pitcher Jackson
Thompson to defeat the
Flagler Inn Buccaners 12-7
Sunday.
Wright in his two for three
debut scored one and knocked
in one. Thompson scored two
and knocked in one during
four times at bat when he
collected two hits. Also pacing
the Stoppers was left fielder
Edwin Newbold who though
he only went one for four
knocked in two runs.
Pacing the Buccaneers were
Ken Smith and Willie North
both of whom scored two and
knocked in one. They also
collected two hits each.
Taking the win, Thompson
struck out six, walked six and
gave up nine hits. Jay Johnson,
who- took the loss, struck out
eight, walked five and gave up
six hits.


VIUIIiIVU Wilus u uw l e w v Centre fielder Barbara
Sk Knowles knocked in three runs

pitching of Patty Symonette
THIRD BASEMAN CLARICE STUART knocked r a four rbi clobbered the Centerville
including a two rbi homer, scored three and o ellted three hits Sisters 10-1.
during her four times at bat as the Police Royal obtaining
further offensive power from Isamse Morriaon and Judy
Colebrook stopped Becks Raiders 15-10 in softball action


Saturday.
Morrison scored two,
knocked in two and got two
hits during her four times at
bat. Colebrook batting four
times scored two and collected
two hits.
Pacing the Raiders' offence
was losing pitcher Coleen
Thompson who connected for
a grand slam. She got one hit
during her two official times at
bat, and scored one. Her sister
at short stop, Glenice
Thompson, scored two and
knocked two safeties during
four at bats.
Getting off to a threatening
start, Becks came up with four
runs in the top of the first.
Three errors, one of which was
a two base error and the other
a four base error cost the
Royals three runs. Catcher
Vivian Lecky picked up her
sole hit and rbi in that inning
on a double.
Stuart kept the Royal ave
in the bottom of the first with
her two rbi homers into left
centre.
After stifling the Raiders for
no runs in the top of the
second, the Royals exploded
for seven big runs which
included a two rbi single by
Morrison and a two rbi triple
by Stuart.
Coleen Thompson's grand
slam in the third saw Becks one
behind but the Royals came up
with four more in the bottom
of the third to secure victory as
they scored two more in the
fourth. Becks one in the fourth
and one in the fifth.
Ficking up the win,
Bridgette Gibson walked two,
allowed eleven hits and struck
out one. Thompson in the loss
walked two, struck out one
and gave up 13 hits.


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POLICE ROYALS
ab r h rbi
Morrison 4 2 2 2
Colebrooke 4 2 2 0
Stuart 4 3 3 4
Smith 4 2 1 1
Bethel 4 2 1 0
Knowles 2 1 1 1
Armbrister 4 0 1 1
Shooter 0 0 0 0
Rodgers 3 2 1 1
Gibson 2 1 1 1
BECKS RAIDERS
G.Thompson4 2 2 0
Curry 3 0 2 0
Davis 4 1 0 0
Lecky 3 3 1 1
Walker 3 2 1 0
Eanee 3 0 2 1
Kely 1 0 0 0
McKenzie 1 0 0 0
Gaitor 1 0 1 0
Carroll 3 1 1 0
C. Thompson 2 1 1 4

U.K. CRICKET
HOVE, ENGLAND
(AP)-Engand cricket stars Tony
Greig and John Snow, were in
crackle form for Sussex Tieday
and pilse their county to a ble
videtry over Gloueesterlire.
Sl00 won by an innings and 90
rads, their first county
chamulpid hip victory of the'seaaon,
Snow and Greig played major roles.
Snow, recently returd after
injury, showed he was beck to peak
speed with a match sagregate of
nine wickets for 100.
South-African bornm Greig scored
his flrt century of the year and
then took four wickets for 90.
Both players have been selected
to play fbr England against New
Zealand In the firpt Test which
starts at Nottingham Thursday.
SCORE: Gloucetarshile 170
(Join Snow five for 44) and 172
(Snow four for 56). Sussex 432 for
six declared (Roger Prideaux 170.
Tony Greig 439). Suseex. 19 points,
beat Gloucestershire, one point, by
an inning and 90 runs.
KWIS WIN WELL
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND
(AP)-Richard Hudlee turned in a
career best bowling teat of five for
56 Tuesday and steered the New
Zealand tourists to a comfortable
win over Lancashire.


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EP8OM, ENGLAND (AP)-
Ength-oused outsider M on
maurd, ahead in the la S0 yads
Wedeeday to win the spaom
Derby, IEladnd's premier olaic
over 1 4a miles.
Joclky Edward Hide mared
Motoan a 25-1 bettina shot,
throughh the field and pat all the
sore faneled hom fee victory.
Second came Cave Dor, hidden
by Lester Plagott. with Freefbot


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Symonette pitched shutout
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when A. Glover's sac fly drove
in F. Rolle. B. Lewis gave the
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third and the 5-1 favourite,; Kr, a
well-beaten fourth.
Two American challengers and
four entries from France were all
theme with a chance as the 25-strong
field thundered around Tattenham
Corer at the five-furlong pole.
But the leading betting favourites
faded away up the long incline to
the winning post.
Morston, a half-brother to
previous English Derby winner
Blakeney. collected 66,348 pounds
- 165,870 dollars for his English
owner4rainer, Arthur Budgett.
PASARELL BEATS ASHE
ROME (AP)- Charles Paaref
from Puerto Rico crushed fellow
American Arthur Ashe, the third
seed, 6-2, 6-2, Wednesday to move
into the fourth round of the men's
sintagles in the $135,000 Italian
teanh open.
Pauell overpowered Ashe oa
the ralineoaked clay court, playing
at lis best, while Ashe was well
below his normi game. Pasumil
won nine consecutive games to take
the flht set 6-2 and grab e 3-0 in
the second. Ade dropped his
serve ag la tIn he final game.
Tom Gorasn was another
Ameican victim of the day. Tonino
ZugeselU of Italy beat German 7-5,
6-7, 6-1 and moved into the third
tound.
ENGLISH CRICKET
HOVE, ENGLAND (AP)--Roger
Prideaux and South African-born
Tony Orelg smashed centuries
apiece Monday as Smuex raced to a
mamivw 432 for six declared agalstt
Glouo teshiprm.
It was the county's biggest score
of the seon and a welcome return
.to formte for Greig, who has been
t gse etd afor the England
w Zealand Tet match
startig Thursday, hit 1)9, while
Prdealrattigd up 170.
eisdter-se, ll out for 179
in th first Ilnings, were in serious
trouble at eose of play on 63 for
STUMMARIZED SCORES At
Hove: louiester 170 and 1S for
thfee, s,"fix 412 for a declared
(Rog Prideaux. 170, Tony Greig
13A Edgbaston: Warwicklhire 311
for four. Worm tershlre 212 for
saew. (14 vers) Worceeterohire
At A weiW Miaor Counties
elth 1S (4 de r) alamorgan
142 ftr three (49.1 avers).
Oblamosa won by seven wickets.


EDWIN NEWBOLD of the Freeport Stoppers swings
wide at a pitch from Jay Johnson In Sunday's softball
game. The Stoppers defeated the Flagler Inn Buccaneers
12-7. Photo: Richard Rodgers.


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