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VOL. LXX, No. 166


Saturday, June 9, 1973.


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AFTER ONLY 7 MONTHS AS FNM LEADER I


Kendal Isaacs:' I have no





alternative hut to resign'


By NICKI KELLY
ATTORNEY KENDAL ISAACS yesterday announced his resignation as Leader of the Free National Movement
and Leader of the opposition in the House, bringing to a head the party infighting that led to Wednesday's
surprising display of Opposition disunity on the Abaco independence referendum.


FNM ow Ileaderess through action



of dissident four (ex-UBP), who face



possible expulsion from FNM party

By NICKI KELLY
THE OPEN SPLIT IN THE HOUSE between some former members of the United Bahamian
Party and the Free National Movement is likely to "flush out" who are the real supporters of each
group.


* This at least is the belief of
ex-Leader Kendal Isaacs who
y yesterday submitted his
resignation as FNM Leader
after the party divided on the
issue of an independence
referendum for Abaco.
An uneasy peace has existed
between some UBP elements of
the FNM and the former
Free-PLP since the question of
Abaco blew up after
December's Independence
Conference in London.
The question of whether
Abaco should remain a British
Criwn colony was propelled
into international prominence
by Mr. Watkins and two
Asarieas, Edwin Marger and
Itbhell )VerBell, followingg the
dissolution of the Greater
Abaco Council.
Until then the losing FNM
and its supporters seemed
prepared to accept unqualified
independence and did not
support the efforts of the
Greater Abaco Council when it
sought British government
approval to have Abaco remain
a British Crown colony.
It has only been since Mr.
Watkins' spearheading of the
Council for a Free Abaco that
sympathy has been growing
within a certain segment of the
Bahamian public for the Abaco
case.
PUT ASIDE
Prior to the conference and
shortly after the September 18
general election, Mr. Isaacs
issued a press statement
conceding the wish of the
people for independence and
calling on all Bahamians to put
aside the "divisive and
destructive elements of
prejudice, spitefulness and
hatred."
"When I made that release I
had the unanimous support of
the party and Mr. Watkins, Sir
Roland, Mr. Adderley and Mr.
Lightboum," Mr. Isaacs said
yesterday.
"Once independence comes
and passes we will have
to forget the issue. The realistic
view must be the recognition
that independence and Abaco
are no longer an issue.
"If Mr. Watkins is to gain
his wishes through force of
arms, then I feel my action will
draw the lines in the FNM and
show who stands with the
party and who doesn't. Only in
that way will we build a party
that adheres to the policies of
the FNM." p
The ex-Leader said he
interpreted Wednesday's House
action by the four FNM
representatives one of two
things. Either that a small
element would like to take
over the FNM or, secondly,
that they would like to break
away, as it was obvious they
did not intend to follow the
official FNM line.
"Sir Roland is a
strong-willed man with strong
views, and I don't think he has
been too happy with the
official line of the FNM for

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some time. The other two (Mr.
Adderley and Mr. Lightbourn)
are just following his lead," Mr.
Isaacs said.
Asked if he thought Sir
Roland was considering a
revival of the UBP Mr. Isaacs
said the only indication he had
had of this came from what he
had read in the papers.
SUSPICIONS
Both he and FNM chairman
Orville Turnquest admitted
having suspicions for some
time that something was going
on but had no evidence.
'There has been an
undertone of dissatisfaction for
some time apparent in our
Parliamentary meetings from
the very source that acted as it
did Wednesday," Mr Turnquest
said.
Just before yesterday's 6
p.m. press conference, an FNM
Parliamentary meeting was
held in Mr. Isaacs' chambers.
Sir Roland Mr. Adderley and
Mr. Lightbourn were among
those invited. Mr. Watkins was
not, and Mr. Adderley chose
not to attend.


It was at this meeting that
Mr. Isaacs announced his
resignation before making it
public.
The reaction from Sir
Roland and Mr. Lightbourn
was described as "stony
silence" until another member
began to "upbraid" them for
their action. At this stage Sir
Roland reportedly said that he
was obliged to act as he saw fit.
Technically it is now up to
the FNM members of the
House to elect a new Leader as
they are all still members of
the party.
Practically speaking
however, the apparently
irreconcilable split down the
middle precludes any
immediate choice of a new
Leader.
OFFICIAL LINE
Mr. Solomon, who is
expected back at the end of
the month, has up to now
supported the official FNM
position against Mr. Watkins
and seems likely to continue to
do so.
There is, therefore, no
member of the nine FNM
representatives who could be
said to have the "support and
confidence" of all his
colleagues.
Mr. Isaacs admitted that
"the whole thing is in an
impasse and it is possible that
the party may remain
leaderless for some time."
The matter of his resignation
and the circumstances
surrounding it are to be
brought to the attention of the
National General Council
tonight when the views of that
body will be "sounded out."
Mr. Watkins' breach of party
discipline over Abaco is to
come before a specially
selected tribunal Monday
night.
Mr. Isaacs said that if he was
satisfied that he had the
backing of the whole party, the
general council and the
parliamentary members, he
would be prepared to
reconsider his resignation.
EXPULSION?
Should the FNM executive
and party supporters find that
Sir Roland, Mr. Adderley and
Mr. Lightbourn acted contrary


to the best interests of the
party, all three could find
themselves expelled.
This may well be the case
with Mr. Watkins who has been
outspokenly critical of Mr.
Isaacs' leadership of the FNM.
The party's four Senators -
Mr. Turnquest, Mr. Arthur
Foulkes, Mr. Henry Bostwick
and Mr. Garnett Levarity are
prepared to follow established
FNPI policy and would not
"under any conditions" The
Tribune understands, follow
the leadership of Sir Roland.
In the lop-sided House
debate in which the Opposition
did aj the talking, those
sticking by the #NM party line
charged the dissidents with
ignoring the democratic
principle of majority rule.
Mr. Isaacs in fact 'vent so far
as to declare that those
supporting Abaco separatism
were racists.
Later, outside the confines
of the House, one of the four
voting in favour of Mr.
Watkins' resolution, made the
startling admission that the
reason they stayed away when
the Independence resolution
was put to the House in
November was because they
were told that if they could
not support it they should
absent themselves.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling told a Tribune
reporter Thursday that the
Bahamian proponents of
Abaco secession were using the
issue as a "political
manoeuvre" to resurrect the
UBP, and said he thought this
would happen.


After only seven months as
PtdM Leader, Mr. Isaacs was
forced to admit that "I no
longer command the
confidence and the support of
a substantial number of my
House colleagues and in such
circumstances I have no
alternative but to resign."
The resolution calling for a
referendum at Abaco was
brought to the House by the
FNM's March Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins who has, since last
December, led a campaign in
and out of the Bahamas to
keep the island a British colony
after independence.
When his resolution was put
to the vote Wednesday, the-
FNM's Sir Roland Symonette
(Shirlea), Cleophas Adderley
(Nassau) and Michael
Lightbourn (Clarence Town),
voted with Mr. Watkins in
support of it.
The other four members of
the FNM present, Mr. Issacs
(Montagu); Noel Roberts (St.
Johns); Cyril Tynes (Crooked
Island) and Cyril Fountain
(North Long Island), voted
with the 24 government
members.
Mr. Norman Solomon
(FNM-St. George's) was not
present for the debate as he is
off the island.
TWO EVENTS
In the official press
statement announcing his
resignation, Mr. Isaacs referred
to two recent events in the
House which had demonstrated
he no longer had the support
of a substantial number of his
Lower Chamber colleagues.
The first referred to
questions by Mr. Adderley on
May 30 asking whether the
Prime Minister was aware of
any circumstances which
would involve him or any of
his Ministers in a conflict of
interest situation through
association or involvement
with financiers Robert Vesco
and Norman LeBlanc.
Mr. Isaacs said that Messrs.
Adderley, Lightbourn and Sir
Roland had decided "on their
own without reference to the
Parliamentary Group and
against my strong advice" to
table the questions.
"As a matter of interest," he
added, "those questions were


Vesco tells press he's no


fugitive from
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
(AP)-Robert L. Vesco says he
does not consider himself a
fugitive from U.S. justice.
Vesco, a controversial
financier accused of fraud in
the United States, made his
comment in a statement sent
to San Jose newspapers
Wednesday. Vesco has been
living in Costa Rica.
"All of my actions have
been directed toward the best
interests of stockholders to
whom I feel responsible,"
Vesco's statement said.
The statement by the
mutual funds king, one of his
rare public statements on the
charges against him, came as
the Costa Rican National
Assembly started a debate
critical of Vesco.
The congressional in-
vestigation was prompted by
a U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) suit
accusing Vesco and 40 others
with fraud in the misuse of
S224 million in mutual funds.
The controversy grew with
allegations that Costa Rican
President Jose Figueres had
links with Vesco.
One member ot the
Congressional commission filed
a dissenting report saying that
U.S. $60 million of the S224
million went into a company
headed by Figueres' son. The
majority report called for a law
to regulate foreign investments
but said mutual funds have


US justice


not allowed by the Speaker."
On Wednesday, June 6,
again "against the exprei
wishes of the Parliamentary
Group and the Executive
Committee of the Party, those
same three gentlemen decided
to support Mr. Watkins'
resolution on Abaco and did so
on the floor of the House of
Assembly," Mr. Isaacs said.
It was common knowledge,
he pointed out, that Mr.
Watkins "does not support the
official FNM and myself in the
House of Assembly and the
adherence of Sir Roland,
Cleophas Adderley and Michael
Lightbourn to Mr. Watkins
makes my position as Leader
completely untenable."
SO LONG AS
Mr. Isaacs then quoted
paragraph II of the FNM
Constitution which reads in
part that the "Leader shall
serve as long as he shall enjoy
the confidence and support of
the majority of the Party's
representatives in the House of
Assembly."
Had he abstained from
voting, as he was convinced he
would have had to, "I would
not enjoy the confidence and
support of the majority ot my
colleagues in the House of
Assembly. In the circumstances
L felt obliged to resign as
Leader," he declared.
"I would only add that for a
time it appeared that I was a
uniting influence within the
FNM," he told reporters. "This
is obviously no longer the case
and in fact my presence as
Leader appears to be dividing
the party right down the
middle.
"This is the last thing I
would wish and I trust that
with my resignation the FNM
might heal its wounds and
become "All Together" again.
Mr. Isaacs' resignation as
Leader he still retains his Ft.
Montagu seat was submitted
to FNM chairman Senator
Orville Turnquest yesterday.
Without the support and
confidence of his colleagues he
could not function as Leader
of the Party and as Leader of
the Opposition.
He therefore had no
alternative but to resign, he
said.
At the same time another
resignation letter was for-
warded to Governor Sir John
Paul who, in accordance with
Section 130 (1) of the
Constitution, had recognized
him as Opposition Leader last
October 5.


benefitted this Central
American country.


'No bus service at airport


come July' says taxi union


"THERE WILL BE NO BUS
July," the Taxi-cab Co-operative
press release issued to clarify prei
between the union and Transport
Union sources amplifying on
the press release said that
contrary to reports in the April
16 Guardian, the Minister
never told the union at the
April 12 meeting that a
scheduled bus service between
the airport and the city area
would be set up by the end of
July.
"The Minister came to us to
discuss the principle of public
transportation generally; he
,never specifically discussed an
airport bus service," the source
said.
The union's official press
release said that "in the
Minister's speech he outlined
his views of the problems
facing the country in the
transportation field from a
tourist and domestic point of
view, and put forward
proposals for our
consideration."
The release quoted the
Minister as telling the
unionists:
"It is therefore my duty to


SERVICE at the airport come
Union declared Wednesday in a
* reports on a meeting in April
Minister Darrell RoDe.
tell you that. Government
would expect to hear your
proposals for dealing with the
matters I have discussed by the
end of July this year."
The union added that "after
further discussion and
clarification with the Minister,
we were confirmed that there
will be no bus service at the
airport come July."
The release said the Minister
had emphasized that he wanted
to establish a "meaningful
dialogue" with the taxi-men
who were considered "experts
in the transportation field."
The press release was signed
by union president Richard
Moss and secretary Harold
Major.
The drivers charged "we
cannot possibly survive if they
put a bus service to the
airport."
They declared they would
blockade the airport
approaches if any attempt was
made to introduce the bus
service.


SCENE OF ATTACK This
Is the bed in which Mrs. Paula
Styles and her 15-year-old
daughter slept when an
Intruder picked the lock to her
bedroom door and slashed her
about the face, head and arms.
The attack took place about 4
a.m. Friday. The young girl
was not hurt. PHOTO: Rickey
Wells.

BAY STREET TO

GET NEW DECOR

FIR INDEPENDENCE
THE BAHAMAS Goombay
summer decorations, only
recently put up, are to start to
come down at the end of next
week to make room for the
newly arrived independence
bunting that will be hung
across Bay Street from
Elizabeth Avenue to George
Street.
Mr. George Smith, chairman
of the Independence
Secretariat and Mr. Harold
Munnings who is coordinating
the planning and preparations
for the celebrations, displayed
samples of the decorations that
will be used.


Marlins, pineapples,
flamingoes, conch shells, all an
intrinsic part of the new
Bahamas crest, will be hung
from the cross loops.
The marlins already in the
centre of Rawson Square will
be supplemented by marines
projecting from each of the
light standards, and all
decorations will be illuminated.
Trumpet banners with the
rising sun at the top and a
galleon below, both taken off
the shield on the coat of arms,
will be prominently displayed
at all ceremonial occasions
when trumpeters will be used.
FLAGS
Miniature flags also will be
displayed to all schoolchildren.
The flags were manufactured in
Canada and printed with a silk
screen process on nylon.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling said the imprint on
nylon produced the colour
truest to the aquamarine shade
in the new flag.
Mr. Munnings also showed a
model of the pavillion that is
to be built on the southern side
of Ft. Charlotte to provide
cover for 500 guests. Bleachers
for seating 8,000 people are
now under construction as is a
stage capable of holding 500
performers.
The Prime Minister said the
bleachers and stage will be used
only for independence day
after which the bleachers will
go to the Sports Centre and the
stage dismantled.
"The whole stage has been
wired for sound and light," Mr.
Pindling said. He indicated that
the show will continue up to
ten or 12 minutes before the
raising of the flag at one
minute past midnight,This will
be followed by an eight or
nine-minute devotional service
before the key moment.


DRAMATIC
Mr. Smith declined to
divulge how the flag raising
would be handled, but
promised that it would be
"dramatic."
Quipped the Prime Minister:
"Chances are good that we'll
have a full moon that night,
but rain or shine, the show
goes on."
The Prime Minister said that
the response to the float
parade was "so tremendous"
that it had now become
necessary to have two parades.
There have been 121 applicants
in New Providence.
Mr. Pindling expressed his
thanks to the Secretariat staff,
the Advisory Committees and
the hundreds of volunteers
who had worked here and in
the Family Islands to try and
make the event a success.
"Their loyalty and devotion
to their country will always be
remembered," he said.


Young widow who slashed


undergoes plastic surgery;



police seek public's help

A PLASTIC SURGEON flew to Nassau from Jamaica this
morning to perform Surgery on Mrs. Paula Styles, who receive.
serious facial wounds when whe was slashed by an intruder while


she slept beside her daughter in
a.m. Friday.
Mrs. Styles, 35, an attractive
widow, spent the evening with
her 13-year-old son and
15-year-old daughter at the
Carmichael Drive-In. The
family returned home about 1
a.m. and went to bed.
A member of the family told
The Tribune today that Mrs.
Styles' daughter was disturbed
by a movement in the room.
As she got up she saw someone
running out of the bedroom.
She screamed. As she turned
she saw her mother sitting
beside her holding her head.
As the man ran out of the
room he passed the son's room,
which was opposite that of his
mother and sister. The
intruder "wielded a cutlas" at
him. He ducked and the blow
damaged the wll and door
facing. The boy ran back into
his room and locked the door.
It is believed the culprit got
out either through the kitchen
door or a slide door in the.
recreation room.
Mrs. Styles was cut on the
left side of her face and across
the top of her head. She has
lost the tip of the little finger
of her right hand and has
suffered a fracture of the facial
bones on the left side and has a
hair-line fracture of the scalp.
It is believed that her eye was
saved by her high cheek bones.
There were also lacerations on
her arms.
DOORS BOLTED
All the doors of the house
were bolted on the inside. It is
believed the man either broke
the lock on the kitchen door or
came through the sliding glass
door.
The lock on Mrs. Styles'
bedroom door had been
picked, the family member
said. She and her daughter had
locked the bedroom door
before turning in for the night.
The house, which is about
100 yards from Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling's home, has
been broken into three or four
times before.
About two weeks ago
someone entered the house
while Mrs. Styles was at work
and her children were at
school At that time her son's
amplifier and tape deck were
stolen.
It was when this happened
that a new bolt was put on the


their Regency Park home at 4

kitchen door.
Mrs. Styles was rushed to
the hospital by a neighbour
yesterday morning and
underwent surgery shortly
after being admitted.
Nine days ago a 36-year-old
American mother was
murdered in her bedroom
while her banker husband was
on a business trip in New York
and her three small children
slept in nearby bedrooms.
Mrs. Diane Ashton is
believed to have been reading
in bed when her intruder broke
in. A fight followed and Mrs.
Ashton was stabbed three
times in the chest.
FACE DOWN
She was ftind tylag face
down in a pool of blood with a
pillow on top of her at her
Westward Villas home by her
seven-year-old daughter. The
child went into her mother's
room about 8 a.m. the next
morning and rushed to a
neighbour for help. '
All doors in the house were
bolted on the inside. Police
suspect that the murderer
entered through a sliding glass
door, which locked itself as he
slammed it behind him when
he made his getaway.
It has been speculated that a
switch-blade knife was used to
kill Mrs. Ashton.
Mrs. Ashton and Mrs. Styles,
both in their thirties, have been
described as slender, attractive
women. They both enjoyed a
game of tennis, although it is
thought that because of her
work Mrs. Styles might not
have played as often as Mrs.
Ashton.
Mrs. Ashton had a tennis
engagement at the Emerald
Beach tennis courts on the
morning that her body was
discovered. Mrs. Styles, who is
employed with First National
City Trust, played at the Blue
Hills courts.
Police have been pleased
with the cooperation they have
been receiving in their inquiries
in the Ashton murder case.
They would appreciate
anyone with information that
will help them in their
investigations in either of
these cases to telephone
22561 or 22562. AN
information will be
confidential.


IliAMANS WILL iET NEW PASSPUlTS


THE NEW Bahamas
passports were shown publicly
for the first time Thursday by
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling at a Cabinet Room
press conference.
Very similar to the existing
passports, they however bear
the new Bahamas crest in lieu
of the British crest.
Diplomatic passports bear
hardback red covers with the
words "Diplomatic Passport"
embossed above the crest in
gold and the words
"Commonwealth of the
Bahamas" printed below the
crest.
The "official passport" is
green and the regular passport
navy blue.
The Passport Office is
expected to be in a position to
start lassuing the new passports
immediately after
independence, although it is
anticipated the changeover will
take about two years.


There are presently some
80,000 valId passports out at
the moment.
It is not anticipated however
that Bahamians will encounter
any difficulty in travelling with
their existing passports until
such time as they can be
changed.
NO TRIBUNE MONDAY
THE Tribune will not be
published on Whit Monday,
June 11, which is a public
holiday.


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Ehrlichman claims: SLAMS CNsa' Skylab astronauts


AMORAL CARRERO REPLACES FRANCO
MADRID, JUNE 9 (AP) Adm. Lole Csmro Manco was swornm in
Saturday as Premier of the Span h government, replacing Generalismo
Franciso Fraeco who relnquishes paet of his power after 30 yees as
leader of Spain.
Effective immediately Carero wi be free to choose hs own cabinets as
the s0yearold Franco has done since the three-year civil war which ended
In 1939.
Carer, 70, Francols rigt..-and man for many years, wi be teaponible
only 'to Frieco, who retain his poet as Chief of State a well as
Commander in Chief of the armed force. (e e story this pap)
RULING ON COURTS POWERS TUESDAY
WASHINGTON (AP) A federal judlp amid Friday he will rule Tuesday
whether his court has the power to restrict television and radio coverage of
the Senate Waterpgate committee hearap
U.S. district court judge John J. Skica heard arguments on a committee
to beat witnesses fin criminal indictment tn sessions from which
tdelevlon and radio coverage I bIsad.
Philip L Heymannt. audal pecal prosecutor, argued that with radio
4ad televIUn covirag "the posalWimty of fair (Watergate) tria at an early
date is threatened seriously not hopeleedy but seriously "
Sirica interrupted at one point in this argument to comment, "hare we
have no defendants. We are dealing only in nppoltLon. If there are any
indictments returned in the future .. we have jurisdiction then because
there is something before ua."
Samuel Dash, chief counsel for the Senate committee, opposed the
prosecution's request on grounds ththatthat publicity generated by a
legislative committee hearing "has never been held by any court as
preventing prosecution.*
Sirice asked Heymann, "do you expect indictments? If ao, when?"
'We certainly expect indictments," he replied and referred to a
prediction from the U.S. attorney's office that they might be out by the
end of the summer. (V SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
TO LOOK INTO COMMISSIONS OF PERJURY
WASHINGTON (AP) Attorney-General Richardson says he has asked
Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox to investigate whether any witness
committed perjury at the Senate confirmation hearings of former Justice
Department boes Richard Kleindlenat. In letter to Senate Judiciary
Committee chairman James Eastland, Richardson also aid he has asked
Cox to take over the investigation of the merger of I-T-d-T and Hartford
Fin Insurance Company:
The udicliary ..Committee had asked the Justice Department to
undertake the perjury probe, and the Securities and Exchange Commission
had told the Justic. Department It had maaon to believe the merger can
Involve.an Obstructoon of Justice.
PROBE INTO ELLSBERG'S OFFICE BREAK-IN
LOS ANGELES (AP) Former White House domestic aide John
Ehrilchman testified Friday behind closed doors before a Los Angeles
grand ury. The panel Is probing the break-in at the office of Daniel
b a psychiatrist. Ellberg ws as defendant in the Pentagon Papers
cehrdichmann was expected to be asked about any White House
involvement In the break-in.
ASKS NEW TRIAL OR MeCORD'S ACQUITTAL
WASHINGTON (AP) Attorney's for Watergate conspirator James
McCord have asked a federal court to schedule a new trial or order
McCord's acquittal. McCord and six others were convicted or pleaded
guilty last January on charges stemming from the Watergate break-in. The
motion was based on alleged perjured testimony and other revelations
brought out in the Senate Watergate hearings.
Among the disclosures cited by McCord% attorney, Bernard
Fensterwald, was Senate testimony that the government had withheld
knowledge of the existence of a special White House investigative unit.
Judge John Sica also was asked to postpone the scheduled sentencing
next Friday of McCord, and Fensterwald asked that the government be
ordered to disclose if McCord's home telephone had been tapped after
June 17, the date of the break-in at Democratic headquarters.
PREDICTS MORE WATERGATE INDICTMENTS BY SUMMER
WASHINGTON (AP) Associate Watergate prosecutor Philip Heymann
told a federal judge today that more indictments in the Watergate case
could be out by the end of the summer; but he sad prosecution Archibald
Cox would not go beyond that prediction at this time.
Hyman was presenting arguments on a request to bar the Senate
Watprgte- committee from allowing radio and television coverage of
testimony by anyone facing possible Indictment. The committee opposes
Fde al Judge Siica reserved decision in the matter until Tueday,
WC" &a Sapat% hserbga raMms.
"SOU V1IEiNAM AND U.S. REMAIN AT LOGGERHEADS
MS (AP)- Amarclan officials in Pais latI the U.S. and North
; VLt aWae hoping to sig a Vietnam ceaa.e4firepporting document this
wkai -pi reported of South Vietnamese protest Soucr in Saiglon
say thsopth Vistnames government renmas at rlowshads with the U.S.
over ituinwed peace attempts. (SEE STORY T PAGE)
Th sdoas Command said today that Vist Cong and South Vietnamese
toops battled along Highway 13, about 30 ma ssnorth of Salgon.Each side
iathaenl the other with sterm the faht.
HMAVYWEEKEND TRAFFIC INPACE
HOUSTON SPACE CENTRE (A)- The Skylab astronaut have a big
dy ahtad of them. They'll ntue medical studies, hve three sessions
with a set on sn telescopes and conduct a study of reaources down on
eatth. Yesterday, they conducted limited experiments and cleaned up the
R dleo mtenna problem aboard a moon orbiter Satellit have resulted in
p eent of the launch of the unmanned space vehicle from Cape
ady until tomorrow. It was to hav been launched today Its mission
to itey radio Signals coming from outer space. (*SEE STORY THIS
PAGE)
It looks Ike a heavy weekend traffp attuat ion in space. The Soviet union
today announced the launaceng of eight cosmo satellites aboard one
Oe.etie Tim launch took place yesterday.


MAGNET CAN DRY UP SOME CANCR TUMORS
S STANFORD, CALIFORNIA (AP)- A team o akntlU sts in California
h M desloped a small mlnet it mys could make it posu.le to dry up soame
*~.ir tumaso, d thmy y the deVelopm nt woud npair weakened
"edvMMab without hIg Mt miary.
tMe Stanefrd Linear AceleraCtor Oats msleatt Nepart the mgnet
abae l has bMen wd to destroy a coMr of the soa ise, a brain tumour
and a ate *mld ta tumour by shuttin off the blood supply that fed
MB DAD 140 INJURm IN aMc Urm TRAIN CRASH
MOUNT VERNON, NEW YORK (A)- At lt report one person was
ded and 140 others nt to hospitals for treatment following a commuter
btr aersh ina burban Mount Verson, New York.
A hta Central press train mmalg btebad sadule roamed another
.C met am aoundins the dea Ms not cawo itially, tain crws
mWed to talk to pokc without the presence offa counsaL.
ALI POT IUCMAN SAVES IUVS OF SCORES
WCLFAST (AP)- A dharp.eyed pollema aved the bee of scores of
adggno ain emat Beifat Fridlay whe he spotted a guerlla bomb after
a adbesd besgiven.
The bomb, estimated to contain o pounds of gelipiot, waet offa few
hms later wrecking a drop ad blowAin out evary window within a
SyrdeI in Deon i rmes.a Pollee wev able to clear the ar before
i l;arell celuLagU a~@ boua
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intensive FBI invest
the recent history
country," he said.
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meet with new
following his testim
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say what informati
given the panel
burglary of the office
Ellsberg's psychiatric
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answered thorough
leaving concerned
the dispute over
President Nixon
received a report f
former presidential c
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Mr. Dean cond
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investigations int
history of this couni
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than what he and fo
House chief of si
Haldeman have said
about Dean's invest
B oth Ehrlichr

LAWYERS

ACQUITTAL

JAMES Mc
WASHINGTON
Attorney for J
McCord Jr. moved
Friday for revere
conviction in the
case on the groin
witnesses lied
government
information.
Attorney
Fensterwald said
the disclosures in
investigations of th
scandal he has a
district court judj
Sirica either to ord
acquitted or grant
trial.
McCord, forme
director for Preside
re-election commit
others were coi
January on charge
from the June
break-in at
National Co
headquarters.
The Senate
committee has hear
that two of
co-defendants, E. H
Jr. and G. Gordon
members of a sp
Hosue intelligence i
to trace leaks o
information.
Committee wit
have testified that
campaign officials,
Magruder and 1
Porter, prejured th
the Watergate trial
In a related
development Friday
he will rule Tuesda
moments before
committee res
hearlap, whether
and radio cover
testimony of key
should be banned.
special prosecute
Cox ashed for the
grounds the


publicity could
investigation and
threaten the posd
fair trial.
Samuel Dash, c
for the commit t
the Cox motion a'
during oral arguni
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constitutional
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(AP)- Former presidential adviser John
out on a news conference Friday after
d others in the White House relied heavily on
John Dean conducted a thS ~ iQh
Inn.


.said Haldeman have said that until
said he this year Dean wasn't order-
a privy to ed to conduct any full-scale
eloped by investigation, and that he never
tergate. "It submitted any written report.
of the most Haldeman swore Dean never
tigations in spoke personally to the
y of this President about Watergate until
two or three months before
agreed to Nixon fired him.
ony before In a sworn deposition taken
,refused to last month, Ehrlichman said
,refu he had that during the initial
ion t the Watergate probe last summer
about the Dean "was following closely
st. the progress of the FBI
estion he investigation ... By the end of
hly before July he was telling us ... there
Dean and was no evidence to indicate the
r whether involvement or implication of
actually any White House people in the
from Dean, planning or execution of the
counsel break-in."
knowledge, Haldeman, in another
ucted an deposition, described what
stigation," happened as "mini-investiga-
le was privy tion" in which Dean would
veloped by answer, specific questions
s, notably relayed from the President. But
is one of Haldeman said no full-scale
isive FBI investigation was ordered.
the recent Ehrlichman said that at one
th, ct point last summer Dean had
unswo reported that Jeb Magruder,
as stronger then the deputy director of the
)rmer White campaign organization, might
taff H. R. refuse to answer questions on
under oath grounds of possible
ative role. self-incrimination. But he said
man and this didn't conflict with the
claim that no administration
SEEK employees were implicated
because Magruder wasn't in the
F a government.
OF RELIED ON DEAN
Ehrlichman said he didn't
ORD speak to Dean about Watergate
between last summer and this
spring, when the scandal began
(AP) to heat up again. It was then
ames W. that President Nixon began a
d in court series of personal meetings
al of hit with Dean that eventually led
Watergate to Dean's firing.
unds some Followed to the elevator by
and the reporters Friday, Ehrlichman
withheld said, "To the best of my
knowledge, the Prekident knew
Bernard nothing whatever of the
because of Watergate break-in before its
subsequent occurrences."
e Watergate Later, former White House
asked U.S. counsel Charles Colson arrived
ge John J. to testify, Colson entered the
etr McCord building through an
him a new underground tunnel to avoid
reporters.
r security During the news conference,
ent Nixon's Ehrlichman ignored reporters'
tee, and six efforts to ask him other
evicted in questions, but insisted on;
s stemming elaborating on the Dean issue.'
17, 1972, "I have said in all good faith
Democratic that I was relying on Mr.
mmmittee Dean's assurances ... I think
you have to credit all of us
Watergate with justifiable reliance on
d testimony those assurances at that time,"
McCord's he said.
toward Junt President Nixon had said
Liddy, were early in the case that Dean had
ecial White assured him no one in the
unit formed White House had been involved
f classified in efforts to cover up the
Watergate scandal.
nesses also "Not till February of this
two Nixon year" said Ehrlichman, "were
Jeb Staurt we given any reason for
Herbert L fibrillations of the doubt of
themselves at those assurances."
In sworn testimony
Watergate Haldeman said President Nixon
y, Sirica said did not ask for a full report on
ly morning, the Watergate scandal until
the Senate March 22 of this year.
tumes its Haldemani sworn statement
television was in a lengthy, formal,
ge of the premial deposition given May
y witnesses 22, 24 and 25 in connection
wlitt a l6.4-aillion civ
>r Archibald damage smat filed by the
ban m the Democratic National
widespread Committee in the wake of the
impede his Watergate bagging.
SseriouSly Haldeman's testimony was
ability of a made public Thursday in
Washington.
chief counsel Ehrilichman indicated that
te, opposed the report from Dean to the
nd suggested President was not in writing.
cents Frday Rather, he hinted it was
ttee might probably an oral report.
order, thus "It's wrong to believe that a
lash on the report has to be typewritten,"
isnae of said Ehrlichman.
r. After Ehrllchman's news


e when the co$grence, District Attorney
Sirica to Joseph Busch annouaced he
and ousted would subpoena Egil Krogh
sel John W. Ehdchman's former aide, to
anity from. agp next week.
on Senate has said he approved
immunity the break-in of the
prosecutors psychiatrists office by the
nbamedon' Wite House team called "the
elsewhere. phtbers squad," but tat M he
eymnn., a did so oaly bonus
taff, arguing hshman had apptmOd the
rs, mad the use of opWrt opesatto by the
kd toordar qua. Koh had nt fed to
bhdanets to tetiry before the tdo jiJury
riminating mat hs attorMny hi a
national bdieves Kroa is the ta~ at
the adesttstion.


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STOCKPORT, ENGLAND
(AP) Enoch Powel, rfitists
lawmaker, uileshed a
blistering attack on the '
European Common Marklet
Friday. British newspapers
took it as a call on
Conservatives to vote for thet
opposition Labour Party iA the
next national elections. T e.,
press based its interpretation.
on a tortuous passage in
Powell's speech to a Stockport
business luncheon which said
"presented, they were
presented, with two opposing
parties which offered them a
choice between the option
they desired and the option
they did not desire, electors,
would be perverse indeed to
choose what they did not want
for fear that those who
promised what they did want
would not perform it."
The Labour Party has said
that if it wins the next general
election it will take Britain out
of the Common Market and
re-negotiate better terms. The
ruling Conservatives are firmly
pledged to membership on
terms already bargained.
Powell's speech was sooeen as
an act of betrayal by many of
his fellow Conservatives.
John Hunt, House of
Commons member for
Bromley, described it as "a
vicious stab in the back."
Powell has already angered
some of his fellow
Conservatives by calling for a
complete ban on non-white
immigration into Britain and
for his unflagging opposition to
the Common Market.
The 60-year-old lawmaker
charged that the Common
Market reduces the British
Parliament "to the status of a
provincial and subordinate
assembly."
"Decisions of the greatest
moment cannot be debated
before they are taken because
they will be community
decisions and Her Majesty's
government cannot know in
advance what they will be," he
said.
A nation's independence,
Powell said "Is worth living for,
it is worth fightingg for, it is
worth dying for."

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LONDON (AP) Prime p
Minister Heath's Conservative e
Party appeared headed for a
victory in English municipal h
balloting Friday amid p
widespread speculation he may %
seek a five-year renewal of his
mandate to rule in a surprise a
October election. S
Political informants said T
Heath believes his party's w
present popularity boom, as
shown in the most recent s
opinion poll, will cany through c
to the autumn to give the s
stories a bigger lead in
Parliament than their present s
25-vote majority.
Heath is not obliged to call
national elections for two moaem
years five yearn after his A
June 18, 197o, victory ia the r
last election. He has the right, f
though, of fixing a date at ay
time before June 1975.
Britain's Opposition Labour
Party, meanwhile, appeared
busily preparing for an early
election with the unveiling of a
policy document of sweeping
and adead reforms that wepod
erve the basis for the
' party's electoral platform.
But the documpeat,
promising a state takeover of
25 of the country's top
industrial firms, thnatena to
4spt the party,
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
has ready served notice he
would veto the nationalization
proposal as now written.
Results flowing in from the
countryside showed Heath's
men in a tight stuggle with the
Laboudte after t smequrrs
of the remlts were eouath"
The Labourites held a lender
lead of 3,452 inuaiAcI,
council sats to 3,346 fo .
Conservatives ald 744 for the
tiny LberalParty.
But. ths districts dil to be
heard from were a l mla
country districts wtlch
normally show a wide mnual
for the Toies.
The voting was h in
municipal districts which had
beeo redrawn on tdo dctural
map and thus. could not be
compnud with piwiou


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Experts said a valve in the
system may be frozen or stuck.
k group of engineers was
workingon a permanent repair,
ut officials said even a
complete loss of the coolant
stem would not seriously
effect the mission.
An official said the problem
appeared to be a simple one of
having allowed the coolant
,stem to get too cold.
When heat gets up in the
ystem it will probably
erfrm as designed," he aid.
The Shkyab crow'p .1ain
concern PFray was to get their
pace station "ship sape.'"
"We've sure got a mess in
ere," Conrad said. He asked
hat much of their day be
served for stowing the ropes,
oles, hooks and space suits
sed in the space walk salvage
ob.
Kerwin and Weitz also
performed some medical
experiments. Weitz climbed on
bicycle exerciser and tested
is ability to do hard work by
pumping against a measured
rork load.
Conrad said the crew was
ready discussing plans for
Skylab I's next space walk,
rhey are scheduled to make a
walk June 20, two days before
he mission ends, to retrieve
ome film from telescope
cameras mounted outside the
pace ship.
Mission commander Conrad
aid the crew decided that
Veitz who stayed inside during
he Thursday space walk,
should make the June 20 space
walk. Kerwin would normally
ecover the telescope camera
fim.
"We want to give PJ. a
chance to get outside," said
Conrad.
"Okay," replied capsule


endurance record early Friday
morning. At 19:36 GMT, they
passed the 1965 record of
Gemini 7, which stayed in
orbit 13 days, 18 hours and 35
minutes. Conrad, a
four-mission veteran, earlier
became the individual world's
champion spaceman with the
most total time in space.
The next record in view is
the international space
endurance record of 24 days
set two years ago by three
Soviet cosmonauts.
With plentiful power
available, officials 4ild 'the
Skylab 1 astronauts will return
Saturday to a full schedule of
scientific experiments. The low
power earlier forced the men
to curtail several experiments.


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SPACE CENTRE. HOUSTON (AP)-qylab's astraotsa1, the
new American space onuiramee haespibs s ,oyed th 1muwy
ridy of pletif powX abri their station. Thy were
bothered by only a few amliad haael Baaad a ai
that's "a mes."
Astronauts Charles Conrad communicator Richard Tnuly,
Jr., Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and "Well run "t up the fagpole."
Paul I. Weitz, for the first time Later, amilon ca tr4l told
in two weeks, scheduled hot the crew that they may have
showers and ate well-heated two space*alks June 20.
food at all their meals. Mission Control said experts
The change was brought are studying the possibility of
about by a solar power panel erecting a second sun shade on
wing Conrad and Kerwin the outside of the Skylab. The
deployed Thursday in a space astronauts erected a
walk repair job. Panels in the parasol-like sun shade the
wing boosted power aboard second of the mission. This
Skylab by about 3,000 watts, replaced an aluminum shield
allowing the astronauts to turn which ripped off when Skylab
on water heaters, lights and was launched. But officials
food warmers which had been worried that material In the
disengaged earlier to conserve parasol may degrade in the
electricity. harsh space environment.
A coolant loop in one A Window spade-like device,
compartment of the 118-foot which is deployed on two
space ship malfunctioned poles, is aboard Skylab in the
Thursday night, but officials event it is needed.
said it would have little effect If it's decided that the
on the 14 days remaining in second phaoe is needed, said
the Skylab 1 mission. Conrad, "well suit up and do
Fluid in the loop, which one EVA (extra vehicular
operates similarly to a car's activity or space walk) and
radiator cooling system, fell to then we would pop back in, eat
a temperature of 30 degrees, lunch and pop back outside
and the astronauts were and do the next one."
awakened Thursday night to He said Weitz would deploy
apply some heat to the system .the second sun shade and
They turned on additional Kerwin would retrieve the
electrical equipment, and the telescope film.
temperature later stabilized at RECORD SET
38 degrees. Conrad, Kerwin and Weitz
FROZEN VALVE? set the American space


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PITCHES

VIET MEETINGS
PARIS (AP)-Hnry A. Kislsinger
tMdme pe1aponed a scheduled
Vbnam m WanIg with Hanoi's Le
P. Ue .. Aw N .-second taiait
day Iiaalstona of last minute
The Fiday meeting was to have
bean the thd in the current rotid
of secret fhp on how to tighten
't"i pace atthlmnent. It was put ff
utl Santurday morning -t
Kiselepr' alens^t
The second meeting Thursday
d by four hours, also at
Kiige Mquebt. There was no
xplanatman by either side forithe
poatpomamneat.
The datuty negotiators, Wlliam
SlitamAd eNguyen Co Thachi mnet
ns 'subusban Glf-Sur-Yvette,
peesumbly to discuss details of a
proposed amplifcation of the Jan.
27 ceme-fli apeement.
They asumed their talks
Wednesday,.bpt apparently ran into
procedural dlcultets over a Saipgn
atouncesent that the South
Vietnam e government would
refuse to sign any new agreement.
Whan newsman asked Thach
whether the talks have run into
difflcultie, ha laid "we don't
know. So far we have not finished
our work." ,
There were unconfirmed reports
that Kisinger and Tho planned to
end their current round of talks
with Saturday's meeting.
An Icelandic newspaper reported
that Ktsindor may fly to Brussels
to try to help resolve the fishing
dispute between Britain and Iceland
which s embarrassing the North
Atlantic Alliance.
INVITATION
KIasinro conforsed for more
than two hlou Friday with French
foreign mra ter Michel Jobert and
inter announced that Jobert had
accepted an invitation to visit
Wengqon before the end of the
month.
Kiinger and Jobert both
deribed their talk as "constructive
and useful." They ware believed to
have discussed future political,
economic, financial and defense
relations between the United States
end Wetoen Europe in the context
of last week's Reykhavik meeting
between President Nixon and
French President Georges
Pompidou.
prech sources said Jobert's trip
to Washington was part of a
continuing consultation between
the United States and France
arising out of the Reykjavik
meeting and Kslinger's April 23
proposal for a new Atlantic Chatter
comprising the United Stbtes,
Western Europe and Japan.
The sources stressed that France
was concerned over the Kissinger
plan's failure to mention reform of
the world monetary system, a
subject the French government
thinks should have the highest
Th soumsaq-d Bnce fsearae
Kisuhiger plain might affect Western
Europe's policy of detente with the
Soviet bloc and could also disturb
th special relationship between the
malar West European countries and
their former colonies in Africa and
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Numms Awmmsr JuA IN VMA MAaInT
Bebin Bound To Swar To The Doghas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publiawr/Editor 1903.-1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt.. LL.D.
e Publsher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributbng Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A.. LL.B.,
Pub*#er/EdBior 1972.


are the mhty faen!

How are the mighty fallen!


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
"The year 1899 was the most important year in my life. It was
Sin February of that year that I was born.
A great many other far more important things of global
importance happened during that period.
Winston Churchill, a dashing young man, was just emerging on
.the scene in Britain. He was alternately in wars in distant lands
and making political speeches in Britain.
Around that time young Churchill was a subaltern in Lord
Kitchener's 20,000-man army in the Sudan. Near Omdurman
they awaited the charge of 60,000 fanatical Muslim Dervishes.
At the height of the battle Kitchener ordered the British 21st
Lancers to charge. It was history's last great cavalry charge and
Winston Churchill was in it.
Kitchener won that battle.
Writing to his mother after the battle Winston made a few
poignant observations on war.
"I speculated on the shoddiness of war," he wrote. "The raw
comes through. There are 7,000 bodies lying there."
Among the 7,000 dead were many of his friends.
But, despite this realization, there was something in Winston
Churchill's nature that loved battle in any form.
A year or so later this young man, who was destined to become
one of the greats of all time, found himself a prisoner of the
Boers in South Africa where British forces were fighting to
establish tne rights and privileges of Englishmen living in that
territory..
It was in 1899 that Britain reached the peak of her power.
And, without the leaders of the nation realizing it .... that year
also saw the turn of the tide for GREAT Britain.
Winston Churchill's mother was an American, one of the many
beautiful American heiresses who married British nobility in the
latter half of last century to give a sparkling new dimension to
.British society.
This young woman married Lord Randolph Churchill, second
son of the Duke of Marlborough. The first Duke of Marlborough
was also one of the world's great men. His palace "Blenheim" was
a gift to him by the nation as a reward for his great victories on
the field of battle .... and young Winston had inherited his great
ancestor's capacity for leadership in events that would rock the
world and change the course of history.
"Britain won the war in South Africa but before the end came
young Winston electrified the world with a daring escape from a
Boer prison, followed by thrilling adventures before he finally
reached the safety of a British camp.
Ralph G. Martin, a well-known American author and journalist,
has written the life of Churchill's mother whose name was Jennie.
She was the strongest influence in shaping his early life and
helping to chart his career.
The story has been published in two volumes and bears the
title: "Jennie ... The Life of Lady Randolph Churchill .... The
Dramatic Years 1895-192 1".
It is a fascinating story, extremely well presented and backed
up with voluminous side notes to give authenticity to the facts
revealed in the story.
.' Before I go into the reason for this article I might tell you that
Mr. Martin is now engaged in writing the story of Wallis Simpson,
the twice divorced American woman for whom Edward VIII
turned his back on the throne of England and the greatest Empire
3p history for "the woman I love". After his abdication the fallen
king took the title Duke of Windsor, and thereby Wallis Simpson
4iecame the Duchess of Windsor and the 20th century Cleopatra.
-The Duke went to his grave disappointed because "the woman he
joved" was denied the title of Royal Highness.
When I read the opening passages in the second volume of
"Jennie" I painfully realized how far Great Britain had fallen in
the scale of life. It might almost now be said that she is being
weighedd in the balances and found wanting". (Ezekiel 37-25).
I- will now copy two pages of the book ... and while you read
think of the way English people and colonial subjects loyal to
Britain are being booted around in the world today by any
rag-tag-bobtail-ruffian without a single roar from the grand old
lion.
It is all very sad.
**. a
Here is the story as told by Ralph G. Martin:
By the turn of the century, Britain's foreign policy had
changed from "splendid isolation" to "swaggering imperialism",
from the era of conspicuous peace to a time of turmoil. The poet
and critic Wilfred Blunt wrote:
"Of the new century, I prophecy nothing except that it will see
tho decline of the British Empire. Other worse empires will rise
perhaps in its place, but I shall not live to see the day .... for a
hundred years we have done good in the world, for a hundred, we
shall have done evil, and then the world will hear of us no more."
Rudyard Kipling had written his famous poem, "The
Recessional" for the Diamond Jubilee two years before, ending
on the note:
Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet,
Lest we forget lest we forget.
But pessimism and humility were not the mood of the British
people in the autumn of 1899. Sensationalism was the mood.
Jingoism was the mood. War was the mood.
The excitement of the Jameson Raid in the Transvaal and the
gory drama of the Battle of Omdurman seemed to have whetted a
national appetite. The young Lord Alfred Harmsworth, publisher
of the Daily Mall, commented that what his readers wanted most
and what the newspaper supplied best was "a good hate".
Since the abortive Jameson Raid three years earlier, the
Transvaal had been rearming heavily. The Transvaal was one of
three Republics bordering the British Cape Colony, which
constituted the southern part of South Africa. The British had
once annexed the Transvaal, but the Boers of the Transvaal had
beaten them at Majuba Hill and asserted their independence in
1861. South Africans of Dutch descent, the Boers (meaning


farmerss") were rugged and fiercely individualistic.
With the discovery of gold in 1866, the Transvaal rapidly
became the most industrialized and wealthiest land on the
African continent. Gold also brought an influx of outlanderss",
mostly British, and' this became the point of international
tension. President Kruger of the Transvaal refused to grant
outlanders the right to vote. Jennie's good friend, Sir Alfred
Milner, the new High Commissioner of the Cape Colony, became
the most ardent advocate of the outlanders. He wrote to Colonial
Secretary Joseph Chamberlain, saying:
"The spectacle of thousands of British subjects in a position of
helots, constantly chafing under undoubted grievances and calling
vainly to Her Majesty's Government for redress does steadily
undermine the influence and reputation of Great Britain and the
respect for the British Government within the Queen's


other newspapers in England. Harmsworth used to say that other
papers served their news raw, but the Mail served it cooked. Prime
Minister Lord Salisbury derided the paper, saying it was "written
by office boys for office boys". Its circulation at that time had
jumped to 200,000 copies a day, twice as many as any other daily
newspaper in England. Harmsworth later became Lord
Northcliffe. (Today the daily circulation of the Daily Mail runs
into the millions).
The other footnote dealt with Chamberlain and read: Joseph
Chamberlain was then sixty three years old. His explanation for
his vigour was: "no exercise and smoke all day". At fifty-one he
had married a twenty-three-year-old American girl from Cleveland
Ohio, Mary Endicott. (Joseph Chamberlain owned a sisal farm at
Andros. This adventure almost wrecked the family fortune. The
farm was managed by his 19-year-old second son Neville, later
Britain's ill-fated Prime Minister of the Munich fiasco, a prelude
to the second world war.)
*******
So .... here we are 73 years in the 20th century.
I can well believe that, at the present rate of surrender, Britain
will be almost forgotten by the turn of the next century.
The first real big surrender was under unwise American
political and financial pressure at Suez.
Now America stands almost alone facing the "worse empires"
predicted by Wilfred Blunt at the turn of the century.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
How are the mightly fallen in the midst of battle!
1 SAMMUEL 24-23.


those at the centre of things that the British Government
was even anxious to see the last of us as a colony. The only
thing remaining then was for the people of the Bahamas to
make their decision. That decision was made under the
terms and conditions agreed to by all in the elections of
September 19, 1972.
Those who wanted to delay independence for yet a few
years were found to be in the minority. Now if the people
is built, then certainly they have a right to look also to the
of the country expect the Government of the Day to
uphold the democratic foundations upon which our system


q


IF ANY GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS should
ever abandon democratic and constitutional rule, then.
every true patriot will have the right indeed, the duty -
to take extraordinary means in ridding the country of such
a government. The whole idea of democratic and
constitutional government is to assure certain basic.
freedoms for each citizen and to make it possible for the
will of the people to be reflected in their government.
It is not always an easy thing, as history has shown, to
decide at what particular point a government becomes so
corrupt and dictatorial that the use of extraordinary means
to remove it can be justified. Sometimes the drift towards
dictatorship is covert and protracted. It is difficult for the
average citizen to see it takes a long time and it becomes
well nigh impossible to pinpoint the moment in time when
the government finally makes the transition from
democracy to dictatorship.
The ideal situation, of course, is for citizens to be so
concerned about the preservation of democracy that they
would take note of and protest against the first deviation so
that any government would think twice before taking the
next step in the subversion of democracy.
It is the citizen who is ultimately responsible, always. It
is a well-worn but nevertheless correct cliche that the
people get the kind of government they deserve except, of
course, in the case where that government is imposed by
superior external force.
Now if the ultimate responsibility belongs to the people,
then each and every citizen must be willing to pay the price
of his liberty and to take adequate action in the face of any
totalitarian threat. But just as under the law each person
has a right to defend himself and his property from
unlawful encroachment, he is not justified in taking
excessive action. It would be wrong, for instance, to use a
bear trap to catch a juvenile stealing oranges from one's
backyard.
It has been demonstrated in modern times that protest
alone can be an effective weapon in curbing dictatorial
tendencies in governments. A further step which is
justifiable, depending on the circumstances, is civil
disobedience.
TOO FAR GONE
The use of violence can only be justified when it is
abundantly clear that a government is so far gone that it
will fail to respond to any lesser activity. When that
position is reached, then it becomes the duty of the citizen
to wrest control of the country from the hands of the
offending government. It may be then that the temporary
severance of central control over the entire country is
justifiable, but that severance will be only a means to an
end, the end being the final unification of the country and
the restoration of democracy.
It can be safely asserted that the Bahamian people are
a nation and that the islands of the Bahamas are a country
without going into the complexities of what constitutes
either. Certainly we are as much a nation and a country as
some older states and certainly more than many modern
states whose nationhood and territorialty have been
delimited by the accidents of colonialism.
Abaco is therefore a part of the Bahamas and the people
of Abaco are Bahamians. There is no justification for any
Bahamians to be involved in any action which would result
in the separation of Abaco from the Bahamas, particularly
if the motive behind such a separation is not to bolster
Bahamian democracy but merely to serve the narrow
interests of a handful of selfish people.
There are those people in Abaco, as there are throughout
the country, who feel that the Bahamas should never be
independent. There are those also who agree with the
official position of the Free National Movement that
Independence for the Bahamas is a natural state of
constitutional growth, but that 1973 is too soon to take the
final step having regard to a number of factors.
The matter had to be resolved one way or the other and
the main parties to that resolution were the British
Government and the Bahamian people. Except to those
who are blind as bats, it must be clear as the daylight that
the British Government regardless of party in power -
long ago made up its mind that the Bahamian people could
have independence for the asking.
As a matter of fact, it was made abundantly clear to



dominions."
After unsuccessful negotiations with President Kruger, Milner
reported back to the Colonial Secretary, "There is no way out of
the political troubles of South Africa except reform in the
Transvaal or war."
Shortly afterward, Chamberlain and Jennie were weekend
guests at Chatsworth. "One night at dinner," Jennie said, "we
discussed the situation, and he frankly told me he considered
(war) inevitable."
Joseph Chamberlain was the dominant figure in Lord
Salisbury's Conservative Government. Once opposed to
Imperialism, Chamberlain not only had learned to "think
imperially", but had placed himself at the crest of the rising
imperialist wave. The elegant man with his monocle on a black
ribbon was now known to the public as "Pushful Joe," and when
war came many called it "Joe's War".
There were two interesting footnotes to this passage in the
book.
One dealing with The Daily Mail read:
The Daily Mail was patterned after the sensational American
"yellow press". It used fewer words and bigger headlines than


Separatist movement could have tragic consequences


Opposition to uphold and defend the principles of
democracy.
There are those in the PLP Government who would take
this country into dictatorship but it is the responsibility of
all of us, including our Abaco brothers, to see that this does
not happen. The dictatorial tendencies of certain people in
the PLP, as frightening as they are, is no justification for
attempting to set up what will be beyond a shadow of a
doubt itself nothing more than a dictatorial regime in
Abaco.
Furthermore, a most unpleasant aspect of the Separatist
Movement is the racist motivation of some of its
supporters. In such circumstances, one unfortunate incident
will negate all the laborious efforts that have been made in
recent years to rid the Bahamas of racism in all its ugly


forms.
It was one of the concepts upon which the FNM was
founded, that the country should no longer be divided
along racial lines, economically, socially or politically.
There are some in the PLP Government who are opposed to
that concept and they will take advantage of any
unfortunate incident which might result from the Abaco
Separatist adventure to drive the wedge of division right
straight hack into the heart and soul of the Bahamian
nation.
That division and the terrible consequences of it in a
violent situation must be obvious to all intelligent
Bahamians. black and white, whose minds are clear and
unaffected by antiquated and irrelevant racial attitudes.
Those Bahamian citizens who are opposed to the policies
of the present Government out of concern for the country
have no alternative but to bind themselves around the
leadership of the Free National Movement and work within
that orbit to bring about a legitimate and constitutional
change in government.
They should be wary of those who would seek to
sacrifice constitutional opposition to satisfy personal
ambitions, particularly the inimical interests of American
soldiers of fortune and British reactionaries.
Their money and their energies would be far better spent
in maintaining the Opposition as a strong, responsible and
competent political force. The people of the country will
then have something to turn to when more of them become
aware of the betrayals of the PLP and when that party
through corruption, incompetence and misguided policies.
is forced to hit the dust.


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Condemns Abaco secessionists


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I wonder if I has occurred
to other readers of your fine
newspaper that in times of
political confusion, and in the
heat of community dissent, it
is the ill-informed, emotionally
misguided, "socially
conscious" zealots who are
heard from most and whose
din overwhelms the muted
voice of reason or intelligent
Concern.
Take as a case in point the
"Abaco Secessionist
Movement" by whatever name.
Leaving out the professional
politicians whose stock in trade
is outroaring each other, and
leaving out the various news
sources whose unenviable job it
t is to sort out and present in an
unbiased manner the many
Aspects of the problem, let us
Consider what is happening on
the community or single
settlement level.
A petition seeking
independence from the
'Commonwealth of the
Bahamas and a continuation of
ties with Great Britain has been
circulated throughout Abaco,
signed and forwarded to the
proper authorities in London.
Who are the proponents of this
petition, those that are
carrying it from door*to door
I persuading signatures?
Businessmen of questionable
ethics and noted oddities,
drunkards, people of
unfortunate birth whose
mental makeup prevents them
from such basic skills as
spelling, writing and logical
thought, people who let
personal longheld grudges
prevent them from acting in
the public good as they
conceive it to be? I'm sure that
, there must be a few amongst
this army who are sincere in
their efforts, but deluded into
believing that this one act will.
reconcile all their fears and
provide prosperous, eternal
peace and security.
And who are those people
who signed this document?
Over half of the registered
voters? That may be so, but
how many of them bothered to
read what they signed? By
their own confession not
many. How many of them wish
they hadn't? Quite a few. What
segment of the population do
they represent? Not the


business people, not the public
servants, not those responsible
citizens who realize the
difficulties and realities that
such an act represents. There
were many families who were
not even approached because
the petitioners harboured some
long stale resentment.
To listen to those overly
vocal advocates of secession,
you would believe that an
independent Abaco
government is now in
existence, financed and waiting
in the wings to step in on July
11; that Governor Paul is
waiting to be the
Administrator; that the smaller
cays will not have any say in
the administration of the
government; that ships laden
with goods from


Florida
by just
waters to
bounty;
travelling
world are


are standing
outside territorial
dash in with their
that the entire
population of the
holding tickets in


hand, breathlessly waiting to
holiday in the sand and sea
fool's paradise of Abaco; that
the Castro Black Militant Mafia
has troops and gunboats just
over the horizon ready to
snatch up the Abaconian pearl
of the sea and all her vast
wealth and resources; and that
those Abaconians that have
moved elsewhere and
established their homes and
businesses, will renounce all
and return to rally round the
rusty flagpole. This is the rot
that we are daily bombarded
with in the name of freedom.
We are told that there will
be a "few, maybe five, bad
years" before things get going
but that England won't let
anything go wrong, anyone go
hungry, any foreign intruder
set foot on precious soil. What
have their past crimes and
actions been that they so fear
the government in Nassau? Is
their guilt so strong that they
go to any lengths to run from
the rest of the country? When
fear raises its ugly head what
things men do in the name of
Freedom.
In a published letter dated
May 5 Mrs. Bettee M. Albury
responded to another letter
from a "True Abaconian". She
need not have postmarked her
letter Marsh Harbour, it was all
too evident frm. her language


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and expressions where she
originates.
The sad part of her letter is
that she condemned "True
Abaconian" for purporting to
speak for the people of Abaco,
when she herself is doing the
very same thing. Perhaps '"True
Abaconian's anonymity was
prompted by the sure and
certain knowledge the "island
mentality" would crucify him
if his identity were revealed.
Self-preservation is still a very
strong emotion. As for signing
his letter "All for Myself ", in
all honesty, what. else but
selfishness is motivating the
whole movement, on both
sides? Disagreement with one
side of a problem does not
always presuppose agreement
with the other side.
Mrs. Albury, please
remember, puppets come in
many sizes, shapes, and sexes,
so since you seem fond of trite
little sayings "People who
live in glass houses should
never throw stones". Freedom
of speech is supposed to work
both ways.
TRACEY S. LORD
Cay's Hole, Abaco
May 24, 1973.


Price Control?
EDITOR, The Tribune,
This letter might appear out
of context for me; however, I
feel it necessary.
Over the last few weeks I've
had the opportunity of doing
some grocery shopping, which
has proved quite an experience
as far as price differences go
from week to week. This might
not be of great significance to
many, but in the light of the
Big "Q" advertisement about
how food prices have dropped,
I thought I'd help to give
greater credence to that ad by
quoting the prices of three
items purchased from Super
Value (Nassau & Meadow
Streets) over the last four
weeks:
(1) -2 quart container of
clorox bleach 77c to 85c, or
almost 8% rise
(2) -l 1tin of Henny Penny
dog food from 18c to 23c, or
almost 28% rise.
(3) I bottle (48oz.) of
Wesson Oil from $1.69 to
$1.88, or more than 11% rise.
-No 4oubt- there is
justificifion for this kind of
price drop. Price Control? "For
what it's worth!"
VINCENT FERGUSON
(House-husband?)
Nassau, June 2, 1973.



FIRST AID COURSE
REFRESHERS
THE Bahamas Red Cross
will hold a Refresher Training
Session for all those persons
holding valid Frist Aid
Certificates who are willing to
assist in First Aid Duties during
the Independence Celebrations
on Saturday, June 16 from 10
a.m. till 12 midday.
A further session will be
arranged on Wednesday June
20. at 8 p.m. for those unable
to attend the First Session.
Details of events to be
covered will be on the Notice
Board at Headquarters
Dowdeswell Street and the
Creche Baillou Hill Road from
Wednesday June 13 onward.
First Aid Certificates for
those who recently passed the
examinations will be presented
at these Sessions.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY
HO. OPEN HOURS
THE BAHAMAS Historical
Society has announced that its
headquarters will be open to
the public on Mondays
Wednesday and Fridays at 21
Cumberland Street, Nassau.
A BHS spokesman said the
headquarters would be open
from 2:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
on the three days mentioned
and that visitors are welcome ..


Blames people for

dishonest politicians


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I read a most interesting
analysis of politicians by Mr.
James Newton, who although
he has coWm to the conclusion
that politicians are dishonest
would like to hear other views
on the subject. Personally if
Mr. Newton had asked this
question a year ago I might
hive agreed with him, but with
reservation.. But because I am
not as naive now where politics
is concerned as I was a year
ago, I agree with him
unreservedly.
Although I have agreed with
Mr. Newton that politicians are
dishonest, the matter doesn't
rest there. I honestly believe
that politicians on' the whole
started out with nothing but
the loftiest of ideals, bui
somewhere along the line thost
ideals came into conflict with
the me-ism status attained by
financial gains and political
prominence, hence the saying
"The road tq hell is paved by
people wl had good
intentions".
I don't know whether the
same conditions exist in other
countries, but the people that
make up the electorate in the
Bahamas seem to expect
anything but honesty from
their representatives and
according to my observation,
contribute to the dishonesty
which is so prevalent amongst
our politicians. I would like to
make it quite clear, that when I
speak of dishonesty I am not
trying to intimate that our
politicians go around stealing,
but I am sure it is realized that
there are numerous ways one
could be dishonest without
robbing a bank, and some of
these devious methods are used
by the electorate to extract
whatever they could from a
potential politician.
It is a common practice for
some people to seemingly ally
themselves with certain
political candidates all through
a campaign, gaining their
confidence, stealing whatever
they have to offer, then or
election day come out wearing,
the badge of their opponent.
This may be considered smart
in some quarters, but it is this
kind of contribution that


creates dishonesty in our '
public figures.
We are supposed to be an
enlightened people, but it,
would hardly appear so, if we'
are judged by our political
behaviour. If you were to ask
the average Bahamian why
doesn't he do something about
the way his representative
behave, you'd get the classic
reply "So what! The other
fellas did the same thing". He
has not advanced to the stage
where a wrong deed committed
by a white Bahamian is equally
as wrong when committed by
a black Bahamian. He is
conveniently forgetting that
because of certain
wrong-doings that the former
government was turned out of
office and hi is now condoning
this wrong in his present
representatives.
Any time politics is being
discussed, you hear the familiar
phrase "It's a dirty game", but
we hardly ever stop to ask
ourselves why is it a dirty
game, it is supposed to be the'
same as any other profession,
because men and women study
it in the houses of higher
education and if the politicians
perform well it stands to
reason he will be successful like
any other business man be he
doctor, lawyer or baker.
I suppose there could be a
lot of room for argument, but
it is my personal opinion that
the answer will still remain the
same, and that is the people in
any country is responsible for
the state of their politics
whether it be clean or dirty,.
and their contribution is made
either by complacency,
connivance or watchfulness. I
admit that this a sad state of
affairs for any country or
people to be in, but
unfortunately in our case it is
true, and this situation will
remain and even get worse
until we as a people really
shoulder our responsibility
towards our country by
showing our politicians that we
will not condone dishonesty in
our public officials.
AUDLEY HUMES
Chippingham
June 2, 1973.


ANGERED BY LOCAL


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I would like to request a
little space in your paper for
the benefit of your golfing
readers who recently played in
the Bahamas International
Pro-Am Tournament held at
the Bahama Reef Country Club
in Freeport at the beginning of
May.
I was invited to play and
thought the tournament a great
success and I enjoyed it
immensely. The golf course
was great; the owner and the
resident professional were
superb, and I met various
members of the Bahamas PGA
who were extremely helpful
and most professional.
There was one sour note,
however, which prompts this
letter and it concerns a
so-called Bahamian
professional golfer.
This person attempted,
whether on purpose or by
force of 'habit to spoil
everyone else's enjoyment. He
boasted continuously; he was
loud mouthed, arrogant,
uncouth and insulting. In fact
he just could not keep quiet,
He wat especially irritating on
a day when it poured with rain
and he claimed that players
should not have sought shelter
on the course (which by
international rules, is quite
permissible during heavy rain),
but should have continued
playing, as he claimed he did.
He said that those who had
sheltered should have been
disqualified. I would add that
his score was rather high that
day!
His conduct in general was,
in my opinion, most
unprofessional and I would
? merely suggest to the leaders
f the Bahamas PGA and the
*pany government members
Whose names he dropped
Jpnstantly, that this type of
j"rson is a 'handicap' to
rofessional golf and to tip
country. I would dread to see
him representing the Bahamas
in an international tournament
on foreign soil. It would take a
lot of Public Relations work to
repair the damage he might do.
I have always admired and
respected the Bahamas and its
people I have come in contact
with, and I reallse that this
Woeron's behaviour was an
exception rather than the rule,
but I do know for a fact that
many 'of the foreign players
left feeling insulted.
I would like to suggest that


GOLFER


careful thought be given to
granting golfers professional
status in future and to add,
that being able to play good
golf is not the only aspect of
golf professionalism.
FLORIDA GOLFER
Orlando, FL'.
May 14, 1972
B.U.T. MEETING
THE GRAND Bahama
Branch of the Bahamas Union
of Teachers will hold a general
meeting at Hawksbill
Government School at 1 p.m.
on Saturday, June 16.
New officers will be elected
for this branch's second year of
operation.


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FIRE REPORTS
AN EARLY morning fire
completely destroyed a
six-roomed wooden house on
Young Street Wednesday and
lightly damaged three others
.!before firemen put it out.
Firemen, who were called to
IYoung Street, expected to put
out one house fire, but instead
*found three others, a
spokesman for the fire brigade
said.
Police are investigating. The
ffire destroyed the six-roomed
!building owned by Mrs.
Marguerite Bastian of Mackey
Street. The house was occupied
-by tenants, Mr. Tyrone Babbs,
Mr. Fred Campbell and Mrs.
Doris Sturrup.
It is reported that one of the
tenants, Mrs. Sturrup, had to
be wakened. All tenants'
personal belongings were
destroyed.
The fire started at 1:07 a.m.
Firemen reported that the
umriture of the tenants had
een insured, but it is not
own whether the building
as also insured.
Heat broke all window panes
on the western side of the
house occupied by Mrs. Mae
larke and her family. There
as also slight damage to the
western side of the wooden
xouse, which had also been
scorched by the heat.
The three-room stone
building, owned by Mr. James
taylor and his family, also
offered slight damage to the
of as well as that of Mrs.
nna Nelson. Mrs. Nelson's
house, which was not insured,
d a hole burned into the
ingles the firemen reported.
Firemen were also called at
:26 p.m. Wednesday to
extinguish a bush fire which
reatened the Carmichael
oad residence of Dr. Doris
ohnson. There was no
mage.


Sen. Tertullien's aims in this
seminar are to give people
information and a base for
becoming aware of problems in
their organizations to
understand that they
themselves unintentionally can
be part of the problems and to
be conscious of the needs of
other people in the
organization. Too often
management is only conscious
of their own technical and
production goals and unaware
of the needs of people
expected to accomplish them.


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SUMMER SCHOOL
JUNE 25 AUGUST 10 7 WEEKS
Classes 9 to 1 daily, Friday 9 to 12 -
Phonics Reading Preparation Numbers Readiness -
Play.Tiirm- Snack Time.
G a h start ........ enroll now. PHONE 2-1686 or 3-2641.


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lAB hostess wins courtesy driver award
FOR STOPPING HER CAR and helping a four-year-old child retrieve a ball which
rolled across a busy street, Miss Menette Wright, a stewardess for International Air
Bahama, was named Courtesy Driver of the Month and awarded a cheque for $100 from
Nassau Underwriters Agency Ltd. According to Chief Supervisor Wellington Bullard of
the Road Traffic Department, Miss Wright was driving along Market Street when the child
chased the ball into the street. Miss Wright stopped her car, allowed the child to fetch his
ball then led him by the hand back across the street to the yard. Pictured above at the
cheque presentation are, from left to right Supervisor Bullard, Quentin Chisnall of
Nassau Underwriters Agency Ltd.; Miss Wright, and Mr. Ralph Wood, Controller of Road
Traffic.


CREATIVE ARTS
SCHOOL PROJECT
THE U.W.I. Extra-Mural
Studies Unit, Trinidad and
Tobago, will be mounting its
usual Arts School during the
summer. This project bring
together artists, students and
tutors to live and work on the
University campus at St.
Augustine for a three week
period beginning on Monday,
July 23.
The programme includes the
usual wide range of activities
such as dance, drama, creative
writing, sculpture, painting,
music, etc.
This programme has
attracted persons from all the
Caribbean region in the past
and in addition to the formal
side of the programme, it
establishes and maintains
contact between persons
interested in the Arts. Details
are obtainable from
the Extra-Mural Department in
Nassau (Telephone 3-6593).


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MAX TURNER

PROMOTED

AT BaTelCo
MR. J. RUSSELL Ford,
M.P., executive chairman of
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation has announced the
appointment of Mr. M. S. A.
Turner as Assistant General
Manager/Personnel and
Industrial Relations, effective
June 1, 1973.
Mr. Turner has been
employed in various capacities
with the Corporation since
1953 and in 1968 he was
awarded an in-service
scholarship to study law at the
Inns of Court School of Law,
London. He successfully
completed the Bar Final
Examinations in September
1972 and on November 22 he
was called to the English Bar
by Inner Temple. On
December 28, he was called to
the Bahamas Bar.


MAX. S. A. TURNER
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A CONTINUATION 0
"This Is Their Story" will b
heard over Radio Bahamas a
Monday, June 11, at 8:30 p.m
The broadcast will form
part of the programme "This
My Island" and will have as i
subject, the life and times
the Rt. Rev. Bishop Dona]


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DEGREE
MR. COLBERT WILLIAMS,
until 1970 Director of Crest
Shipping Company Limited,
Nassau, a Lay Preacher of the
Methodist Church, and Scout
Commissioner for the
Out-Islands., was graduated
from the University of Western
Ontario with a B.A. Degree in
Philosophy on June 6.
His wife, Joan, and
daughters, Gwyneth and
Marilyn, attended the
graduation ceremony in
London, Ontario.
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Psychologist, is conducting a
Human Relations Workshop
with BAMTAD, June 19-21.
Sen. Tertullien is a
knowledgeable and dynamic
speaker particularly concerning
Bahamian society,
The topics for lecture and
discussion for this three-night
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NEW FLAGS

ARRIVE

FROM CANADA

THE FIRST SHIPMENT of
the new Bahamian Flag arrived
Wednesday from Canada via
Air Canada. Meeting the Air
Canada flight and displaying
one of the new flags are, from
left, Hon. R. F. Anthony
Roberts, Ministry of Home
Affairs; Mr. Arthur Barnett,
Permanent Secretary; Mr.
Murray Law, Manager of Air
Canada in Nassau; Mr. George
Smith, Parliamentary Secretary
to the Prime Minister and
Chairman of the Independence
Secretariat, and Mr. Harold
Munnings, Coordinator of the
Secretariat.
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Children under 12, half price.
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"Polaris is fortunate in
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diversified interests, "Mr.
McDermott stated. "We now
represent firms involved in
banking, property investments,
insurance and a variety of
commercial enterprises, and we
are, naturally, interested in
discussing our services with
other potential clients."
Born in Nassau and educated
in England, Mr. McDermott
returned here in 1946 after
World War II voluntary service
with the Canadian Army. His
association with The Nassau
Guardian over a period of some
20 years included experience as
a reporter, columnist, associate
editor general manager and
vice-president.
In 1948, in partnership with
the late Lewis G. Philips, Mr.
McDermott acquired Nassau
Magazine Limited and served as
editor until 1969. In that year
he joined Butlers Bank Limited
Sas manager in charge of public.
relations and advertising, and
was later elected secretary of
the company. Mr. McDermott
was recently appointed to the
board of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank Limited.
The consultancy firm
presently occupies temporary
offices in Charlotte House and
will move later this month to
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that building.
FUNERAL SERVICE
FUNERAL services for
Anthony Griffith, 21, of
Rupert Dean Lane will be held
at Our Lady's Church, Deveaux
Street, at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Griffith, a former bartender
at the Sonesta Beach Hotel, is
survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ashley Griffith, seven
sisters and five brothers. He
will be buried in the Western
Cemetery.
Friends may pay their last
respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home on Market Street from 4
p.m. on Saturday.
NEW PRISON OFFICERS
MINISTER of Home Affairs
Anthony Roberts presented
certificates to 10 recruits
luring a Passing Out Parade at
Fox Hill Prison yesterday.
SHARIF IS WORLD MASTER
BRIDGE CHAMPION
LONDON (AP)- Movie star
Omar Sharf is world master bridge
champion after a gruellinf
three-day tournament in London.
Filming by day and playing bridge
at nglsht, Sharif narrowly defeated
former world. champion Bora
Schapiro.


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DEAR ABBY: Several months Ag, while ny hlband
was In the service, a mn broke i~mo apart and
attacked me sexually. Be had a llke and I was terrifed a
I made no effort to sotp Mm.
. Now my husband is tome: Two weeks a I received
word that they caught the manad I am sbsmaN to
testify. It was dark and the man wo a mask, aso I
wouldn't recopms him gI I saw M. lThi ms a aasutad
several other women, so I am not the only witness availa-
ble.
I can't se what possible god my testimony would do.
I am a very nervous person and this whole thing has upset
me terribly.
My husband knew that a man had broken in, but I
didn't tel him any of the details a I didn't want to upset
him.
Abby, I don't want my husband In the courtroom, but
he insists upon being there. Is there some way I can get
out of testifying? It's not just having my husband the, it's
having to talk about what happened in frot of other people
in a courtroom. rm sorry now I called the police.
rm 21, and should probably have a more mature atti-
tude, but I can't help how I feel. Pleam help me.
NO NAME, PLEASE
DEAR NO NAME: Yeo must appear in cesrt when sub.
penaed or yeo eMld be eLed fr sctesmpt eof court. Yes
can, however, ask the prosecutor t ask the judge to clear
te courtroom wilae yqu are' testitylg. Uless the defead-
ant' attorney objects to tus proedure [and he l# not
likely t object to a sex case] the cot will be cleared of
everyone except the judge, the lawyers, the wtaess, amd
the defendant. That should take eare of your problem.
DEAR ABBY: When traveling by plane, I invariably
get the seat directly in front of a child who repeatedly
kicks the seat In front of him. His mother can be sitting
right beside him, but she seems unconcerned. Dirty looks
don't help.
Should I ask the mother to please tell her child to stop
kicking me, or ask the child to please stop it?
KED IN VIRGINIA
DEAR IRKED: Ask the stewards to hadle It amd
you'll have so kck coming.
DEAR ABBY: You told a mother whom daughters
needed to wear bras but refused to "drop the whole
thing." Well, if they don't wear bras, that's exactly what
will happen n. The '"whole thing"' will drop.
Po proof, one need only to look at pictures of the
women in African tribes who never wore brassieres. The
American Medical Society eve came out with a statement
saying that the liaments which held the breasts firm and
wert will otr"eh uiless properly supported, and ones the 1
breasts sag, the damage is permanent.
I have put that message Into vers:
"I t whikf It is esndm
That things should be so pendulous.
N a woman's a rag, a bhak of hair, and a bone
Let the 'rag' be a bra-for better muscle tone."
SANTA ROSA READER
DEAR ABBY: I have been a kindergarten teacher for
six years and I emphatically disagree with your advice to
enroll Ronny in kindergarten knowing he will be the young-
et and smallest child In the clasm.
His size has no relatlomsb p to the situation, but his age
does. The younger ones usually ha trouble keeping up
with the older ones. I think It's better for the child to
remain at home for another year, even tho he's eligible
age-wlse. Then when he goes to school he will be the oldest
instead of the youngest in his class.
Lt him watch Sesame Street, pto the library, take
educational trip, and become more aware of his environ-
mant, and when hbe esatn kindergarten ho will not only be
taller but better prepared. SCHOOL TEACHER
DEAR TEACHER: ThaIk yes for yew view as a
chdool teacher. Please read em for tho eo hia ef a reader
who was the yomagt aad smallest Ig her class.

DEAR ABBY: Ths is for lonny's mom who was con-
cerned about starting Ronny In kindergarten because he
would be the yomgst and smallest in his class. S said
hoe and Ronny's fatr are both small so Ronny would
probably be small a s ife.
I was the youngest and smallest in my class and all
thru school I was the only girt a the track team. I could
also abhiny up a repe fast than anybody it my gym
elass.
I was called "brimp, Rut, Squirt, Midget," and 'Pee
and the tall kids w called, "Beanpole." So what?
I'm a groat grandmouaer now, and my 6 toot, 2 ianch
on cas me "Mighty Mouae" aMd my foot, 4 inch grand-








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COWNDNTIAL TO JACK J. OF WINTON4A-
LEA N. C.s A geuemnM wa widM wm a lay a love
leoer with rtam i maft for her epy i a ewadll
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SUPREME COURT OF
W P BAHAMA ISLANDS
Equity Side


1973
No. 12


NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1969


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


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

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

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

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

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

(c) The office of the Commissioner at Governor's
Harbour in the Island of Eleuthera.

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



McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES,
Attorneys for the Petitioner.
50 Shirley Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.


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Boy" of today's movies plays
the title role in "The Thief
Who Came To Dinner."
In this Bud Yorkin-Norman
Lear Production, Ryan stars as
a computer-age dropout who
starts a happy new life as a
brilliant burglar, stealing fine


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PARENTAL DISCRETION AD VISED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:45 will be sold
on a first come, first served basis.


Last Day Sunday Sunday Only
Matinee starts at 1:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 9:00 from 5
"DOLLARS" R. "THE LAND RAIDERS" PGU
Warren Beatty Goldie Hawn
PLUS Telly Savalas
"40 GRAVES FOR George Maharis I
40 GUNS" R. PLUS
I Robert Padilla "THOROUGHLY MODERN
MILLIE" PG.
Stanley Adams Julie Andrews
No one under17adnitted. Mary Tyler Moore
i- -- Mary Tyler Moore
Monday & Tuesday '
Matinee starts at 2:00 MONDAY & TUESDAY
Evening 9:00 Continuous Showinp from 3
"THE MECHANIC" I'(;. Li MANS" C.
Charles Bronson Keenan Wynn LSteve McQuee
PLUS Steve McQueen
SPLUS Elga Anderson
S "DAY OF ANGER" PI( PL
Lee Van Cleef Guillano Gemnma A PISTOL RINGO"
PLUS Late Feature Montgomery Wood
S Tuesday nightMontgomeryWood
'Phone 2-2534 Fernando Sancho


LAST DAY SUNDAY
Continuous Showings from 5: 00-'Phone 3-4666
"WONDER WOMAN" PG.
Starring NANCY KWAN ROSS HAGEN
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"BAD MAN'S RIVER" PG.
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NOW SHOWING THRU
THURSDAY, "The Thief Who
Came To Dinner" matinee at
3:00 and 5:00 evening 9:00.
Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
Ryan O'*Neal, the "(;olden


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NOW SHOWING THRU
SUNDAY, "Wonder Women"
plus "Don't Raise The Bridge,
Lower The River" matinee
continuous from 2:00, evening
8:30. Sunday showings
continuous from 5:00.
Apple pie American
comedian Jerry Lewis has gone
totally British in his bowler, his
cutaway and his bumbershoot
in this Columbia Pictures
Corporation release "Don't
Raise The Bridge, Lower the
River."


jewels from the filthy rich. His
girl-friend, a Houston socialite
suddenly short of cash is
Jacqueline Bisset. The shrewd
guy on his tail is Warren Oates.
Webster McGee, the Chess
Burglar who Ryan plays in The
Tidef Who Came To Dinmer, is
a bright young man withbroed
taste and lots of style. That's
an excellent piece of casting. ',
The Thief Who Came to
Dinner is based on the novel by
Terrence L Smith with the
screenplay by Walter Hill. Tt'l
movie was made on locationit '
Houston.
The film itself is full of
deering-do when Jacqueline..
Bisset picks up Ryan O'Nealin
a twin-engined flying boat.
Together they fly to Mexico to
find the yacht where their
confederates and the millionase
buyer wait to accept delivery.,
of the "Cumbersome
Diamond", the world famous
gem for which Ryan has risked
his life.
His success as a thief does
not always follow the same
straight pattern. In his first
operation as a jewel thief, his
carefully planned and prepared
know-how ends up as a
comedy of disasters.
He is caught in the sprinklers
crossing the lawn and his
carefully rehearsed
window-cutting techniques
result in a crashing shower of
broken window pane. Once
inside the house, things run
more smoothly and we see the
super crqok at work.
On one of his missions,
when O'Neal invaded a
Houston millionaire's mansion
with scaling ropes and glass
cutter, just when he lays his
hands on the jewels kept in
madame's bedroom, he is
interrupted by the lady of the
house and her lover.
Our protgaonist squeaks
through a series of near misses
until he makes his escape at
last, however.
STARTS FRIDAY,
"Sounder" matinee at 2:30
and 5:00, evening 9:00.
Sounder is warm and human
and could very well be your
best friend. This movie, which
concentrates on the life of a
poor share-cropper in the
Depression-torn Deep South
features young actor Kevin
jHoei who plays the part of
the share-cropper's son.
Though the film takes its


SAVOY THEATRE
SATURDAY NIGHT AND evasion purposes.
SUNDAY, "Dollars" plus They each have their money
"Forty Graves for Forty Guns" secured in the bank and soon
Sunday matinee continuous discover Beatty's plot, but not ?
from 1:45, evening 9:00 No until after he has already got
one under 17 will be admitted. into the bank vault and begins
The terror of having had his emptying their boxes between
town ravaged by a group of sweeps of a television camera
cruel American outlaws who which monitors his actions to
harassed the townspeople, them.
murdered the local padre and Brausa, Brady and Stiles give
steals the town's only treasure chase, but they die as Beatty
- the pure gold cross of St. and Hawn enjoy their loot by
Augustine drives actor Mike living It up in MIamL
Robelo to seek help from a Co mhmd on Back Page
group of Mexican bandits in
"Forty Graves for Forty
Guns."
In this action-filled drama,
Robelo plays the part of a
Mexican Army Captain of the
Federales district. The movie
also captures the romance of a
bandit and a beautiful frontier
girl whose encounter can be
described only as "totally
amorous." Having made a
bargain with the Mexican
bandits who promise to wreak
vengeance on the American
outlaws, the captain takes his
leave.
The movie climaxes with the
showdown in a mall village
settlement between the
American outlaws and the
Mexican bandits who attempt
to carry out their part of the
bargain which also entitles
them to a full pardon from the
captain and a reward of five
thousand pesos for each dead
outlaw or one hundred pesos
for each live one.
"Dollars" as the title change
reads, is a prophetic name for a air
suspense and comedy thriller
made largely in Hamburg by
director-writer Richard Brooks. '
Daring, delightful and
death-defying, "Dollars" stars
actor Warren Beatty as an
enterprising thief who decides
to rob the customers of the
United World Bank after
having devised a special plano t
enter the bank without being
detected by the -'nmolst
sophisticated burglar alarm .
system in the world which
he had Installed himself.
Film actress Goldie Hawn is
Beatty's partner in crime and
olavs the part of the
accomplice used to do
the leg work for the robbery
by calling bank manager Gert '
Frobe.
Arthur Brauss co-stars as a
killer and contact man for a
dope rings; Scott Brady as an,
army sergeant, Robert Stiles
and Robert Webber an
partners in a wholesale thievery .
and kickback ring and the
holders of money for tax
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In the comedy drama, Jerry
Lewis takes the lead role as an
American get-rich-quick
operator in London whose
grandiose operations inevitably
go awry he would rather
lower the river than raise the
bridge.
Jacqueline Pearce acts as
Jerry's wife who soon becomes
estranged from him after
having to put up with his
'grand efforts' such as turning
her ancestral home into a
Chinese discotheque.
The release also co-stars
Bernard Cribbings and Terry
Thomas and was produced by
Walter Shenson and directed
by Jerry Paris. Thomas plays a
fast-buck character with
gold-lined dreams of fantastic
financial success.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
Bad Man's River plus
Operation Kid Brother matinee
continuous from 1:30,
evening 8:30. Suggested for
mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
Neal Connery, kid brother
of actor Sean Connery, James
Bond's filmic alter ego, has the
leading role in the suspense
drama, Operation Kid Brother.
Connery nav s the leading


THEATRE
role as a famous plastic surgeon
and hypnotist who is called
upon to aid in blocking a
sinister plot by an enemy agent,
who intends to demagnetize all
of the world's generators.
Co-starring in the movie,
released through United
Artists, a Transamerica
Company production, is the
voluptuous starlet Daniela
Bianchi who acts the part of an
agent in possession of the
secret documents concerning
the plans for the
de-magnetizing.
Heading the plot is actress
Adolfo Celi whose main
objective is to carry out the
operation to blackmail the
world for half of its gold
treasure.
There is, however, a means
of neutralizing the
demagnetizing operation but it
is known only to the girl-friend
of an international adventurer
who was killed in a planned air
crash.
Connery employs a rare
form of Tibetan hypnosis in
order to get the information
from the girl just in time
before the de-magnetizing
operation begins properly.
STARTS WEDNESDAY,
"Five Fingers of Death" plus
"Five Man Army" matinee
continuous from 1: 30, evening
8:30. Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
The barren hills of North
Mexico, 1914. A land in the
iron grip of General Huerta,
who has taken over the
country. The dictator's soldiers
hunt through the peasant
villages for suspected
revolutionaries.
Such is the background for


SHIRLEY STREET THEATRE


season, plays the Dutchman,
the enigmatic leader of this
"army."
He recruits each of the other
four men with a specific sUill In
mind. Respected
stage-film-television star James
Daly plays Augustus, a former
U.S. Army captain who
absconded with the payroll and
is reduced to petty gambling.
He is still skilful with
explosives an important
commodity in the scheme to
get the gold to the Mexican
peasant revolutionaries.
Daly, last seen in "Planet of
the Apes," is currently the star
of MGM's television series
"Medical Centre."
The strongman of the group
is played by Bud Spencer,
whose real name is Carlo
Pedersoli.


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Eastern's



Bahama Express.



flights daily to Florida.

We have 9 flights a day to Miami from Nassau (4 more than any other
line). 9:30 and 10:30 am; every hour on the half-hour from 12:30 to 5:30 pm;
and an extra flight at 8:00 pm.
Plus one flight to Ft. Lauderdale at 6:30 pm.
And five flights daily to Miami from Freeport.
For information and reservations call your travel agent or Eastern
at 2-1461 in Nassau, or 2-2311 in Freeport.
Or stop by one of our ticket offices at the Sheraton British
Colonial in Nassau, or the International
Shopping Bazaar in Freeport.


EASr TERN TheWings of Man.
"The Wiq of Man" Is a rqiered service mark of EastenrAir l.ine. Inc.


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MGM's "The Five Man
Army." a tough, exciting
story with overtones of "The
Treasure of Sierra Madre.". It
is a drama loaded with action,
mounting to a climax of taut
suspense as the diversion of a
gold shipment on a fortified
train is accomplished by a
quintet of adventurers.
But, The Five Man Army is
more than just an action tale.
It is also a study of the mixed
emotions of men who are
down on their luck and
hunted; who see a ch!an.e to
recoup their losses an -..ho, at
first through greed, unite in a
common cause. Finally a sort
of nobility emerges through
their common efforts.
Peter Graves, popular star of
the immensely successful
television series "Mission:
Impossible," now in its third
I- I


RYAN O'NEAL stars as a
hapy computer-ap Robin Mood
steeling fine jewels from multi-
mlolllemnarl In "The Thief Who
Came to DInner."

name from that of young
Hooks' dog, Sounder could
very well be the story of all of
us. The movie is based on the
William Armstrong novel which
has been awarded the 1970
Newberry Medal and was
recently given the first Mark
Twain Award in Missouri.
Paul Winfield acts the part
of the Southern share-cropper
who struggles to feed his
family but when things become
rough, he gets desperate and
steals food which leads to his
arrest.
James Best takes the role of
the local county sheriff who
refuses to tell young Hooks
where his father has been sent
after he tries to find the
location of the jail. Young
Hooks finds a friend in
widowed Carmen Matthews
who tells him the location of
the jail, which he sets out to
find only to end up getting lost
and in the company of a
teacher, Janet MacLachlan,
who tries to get him to
continue in her classes after she
realizes his potential.
Sounder, Hooks' pet dog has
the family worried after it has
been shot by a sheriff's deputy,
but lives on to see the
discharge of Winfield from
prison for health reasons.


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CHOICE COMMERCIAL
$SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
4tc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building In front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.

C 10024
HARMONY HILL
Owner leaving wish to sell 4
bedroom 3 bathroom house
including 4 one and 2 bedroom
apartments. All completely
furnished. 3 patios, spacious
grounds. Presrt monthly
income $1,550. For further
details call 31328.
C 10034
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.
C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
a i rconditioned. 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 tooms, 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.
C10098
2- STOREY DUPLEX
APARTMENTS. OUT WEST
1 miles from town. Yearly
Income $6,600.00 sales price
onfy $45,000.00. Live In one
and have income in anther
lous grounds with garage
fruit trees., Ideal set-uip.
Come see anytime; DEAL with
DAMIANOS apd SAVE a
bundle. Dial 22305, 22033.
Evenings 41197, 41280.
C19 7w .' "
SPACIOUS OAKES FIELD.
plit leel has four
edrooms, tree bath., plus
attic, plus one bedroom 1 bath
and kitchen Ideal for In-laws
or guest 'Basic furniture.
Encklosed grounds. Big house -
:small price. DIAL DAMIANOS
SAVE. A BUNDLE. Dial
22033, 22305, 41197, 41280
anytime.
C10090
PRESTIGE HOMES
h-ne 28 61
P.O. Box N-1469, Nassau

HiHanLAD~ PARK 3
*bedroom I bath, livil roomn,
dining rooi airco ndtioned.
Furnished, patio With BBQ pit.

SEABREUE 4 bedrooms, 2
bath, living and dining room.
Furnished, carport, laundry
:joom.

PARK ATE 2 bath 3
bOeroom, living and dining
romn, breakfast room, den,
patio enclosed, laundry room,
.mid's quarters.

N0ISSAIrAST. 3 bedrooms.
tbath, Ifrifig and dining room,
pIlo,landry room, furnished.,
alicondltloned.

LITTLE *LAIR Duplex. 2 2
hilroom, kitchen, living and
Sdiing room. All rented
I IR -'3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
Sirem, dinIng room,
dfce, double carport. Wai to
Wl carpet, laundry room,
airond itioned. Patio, den.

H VIfTAk- 2 bedrooms 2
-be lv, iving and dining rom.
F IIy room, den, large pati.
Wal. to wall carpeting,.
F.nl.hed.


Ei ST SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 "drooeam apartments. Uving
d iManroom, kitchen, near

HOOUge on
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JOHNSON TERRACE 2
bedroom 1 bath home extra
bedroom or study, fully
furnished including
airconditioning, T.V. and
washer. $25,000.00. Call
51884.
C10064
ARE YOU serious in buying
real estate properties in Nassau
or the Bahama Islands. We also
handle exclusive listings or
rentals management.
Contact, FOX & SONS
REALTY. Telephone 28012 ...
Box 6104.
C10072
50 x 100' lot with shop and
house situated on Market
Street between Brougham St.
And Milton St. Phone 3-5895.

C9975
Home In Shirley Park for sale.
Third house on right driving in.
For information write to
Oswald Roberts, P. 0. Box
578, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.

C10112
FOR SALE
200 ft. on a SANDY BEACH
with DUPLEX furnished units.
Situate Coral Harbour-assess-
ment value $101,000.00 owner
willing SELLER for
$65,000.00 cash or terms.
Always been rented. See
anytime. You can SAVE a
large bundle.
One of the best DEALS.
HILLTOP SANS SOUCI -
magnificent views. Well built
old Bahamian House three to
four bedrooms 21/ baths -
furnished, large verandahs,
extra spacious grounds. Selling
for $65,000.00.
EASTERN ROAD have split
level house, 3 h' drooms, 2
baths, only $47 O0.00. Offer
$30,000.00 mortgage:
Immediate occupancy.
UNFURNISHED HOUSE 2
miles East. Quiet area have 3
bedrooms 2 baths 2 car-garage,
lovely gardens. Only
$50,000.00. Finance available.
We have complete listings all
areas. Our prices are way-below
reproduction costs.
DEAL DAMIANOS save
bundle. Dial 22305, 22033,
22307 Evenings 41197, 41280.

C10113
MUST 4ELL one lot
approximately 87' x 110' -
Blair Estates. zoned private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.

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TWO UNFURNISHED houses
lease. One around $200 the
other $300 monthly. Call
LESLIE FOX, FOX & SONS
REALTY at 28012.

I MR ENT
C9977
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
IN HARMONY HILL Call
.3-1328 -4-1705.

C9986
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath house with
-aicohdifttning Bamboo
Town. Phone 36959.
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3. "

C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
te t 4-2017.

BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
furnished. $300 per month.
Telephone 4-1288.

C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Mohtrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditloned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.

C10052
FURNISHED Luxury one
bedroom apartment,
atrcondltioned carpeted, T.V.
antenna, laundry, parking.
5200.00 Phone 58512.

C10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two


bedrooms two bath, and one
ex"t0 large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furpmled Victoria Court
.Aprtments on Elizabeth
!!WetM bei Sfirley and
Vtenis, phone,
laun ,lf ng T.V. Antenna,
tConditioned. Phone 54631
n a.m. and 5 p.m.
C10048 .



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tions by Airline or


AIRCONDITIONEOD
Efficiency apartment. Rin9
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.

C 10051
IN TOWN furnished rooms,
Efficiency Apartment, and also
town property for sale. Phone
2-2555.
C10081
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment.
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350.
C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.

C10092
1 BEDROOM apartment, fully
furnished, wall to wall
carpeting. Master antenna,
laundry off Shirley Park
Avenue. Telephone 5-4684.
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

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.
C10089
1 Large Shop
I two-bedroom unfurnished
apartment opposite Old Trail
Cemetery, Soldier Road.
1 two bedroom unfurnished
apartment
2 one-bedroom efficiency
apartments, Wulff Road,
opposite Bahamian Lumber.
Telephone 4-2981.

C10121
2 BEDROOM 2 bath
completely furnished
apartment off Village Road.
Tel. 3-1328 or 4-1705.

C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C10114
2 Two bedroom unfurnished
apartments for rent off
McCullough Corner. East.
Phone 51569.


C10120
SELLING AT REDUCED
PRICE. For appointment to
see call 77902 Living Room
Lounge Chair with Otterman,
upholstered in Silver-Blue
Crush Velvet .... $175. Sofa, 7
foot, quilted, Blue-Green on
White .... $375.
C10063
OWNER LEAVING
Livingroom suite, couch, chair,
rocker. Palmdale, Tenwich
Street off Montrose Avenue
Blue Apt. building left hand
side.
C10117
Two Jade Green Acrilln
Carpets, 24 x 12 $75, 12 x
11 $25. Telephone 3-4063.


C10106
1968 FIAT 850 good
condition $400. Phone 31765
after 4 p.m.
'10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER.


1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENT UH5-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Oranga$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
Auto. Blue $16850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
BlueA/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER-
Auto, Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIES -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Red $875
1918 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA-.
Auto White $2750
1986 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1999 Hlllman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1986 CADILLLAC -
Auto. $975

TRADE.MS WELCOMED
Loated aesField
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1971 FORD CAPRI 1600, one
careful owner, low mileage.
$1800. Phone 74063.

C10102
1970 MGB Convertible In good
condition. $1500 O.N.O. Call
Dr. Siva. 52923 or 51945.


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

[ PETS FOIR L
C10094
REGISTERED AKC Miniature
Schnauzer Pups by Bahamas
Champion Tuffy 8 weeks
old. Call Overends 5-5561
anytime.

C 10075
ENGLISH GOLD LABRADOR
FOR SALE. Call 78328.

S0 PETS
C 10085
Af..


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.

ENTERTAINMENT
C9922
BRIDGE PLAYERS
Duplicate Games every
WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the
.BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
at 8:00 p.m. sharp.-
All local and visiting players
are welcome.
Master Points awarded.
Card Fee $1.50 per person.
If you need a partner, Phone
3-1737 or 7-7722 evenings.
BAHAMAS CONTRACT
BRIDGE CLUB.

I APPRECIATION I
C10127
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
following their successful
production of The Merry
Widow
would like to give special
appreciation
to
B.O.A.C. British Airways and
Mr. Robert Cook for airfreight
arrangements on costumes
from England.
to
The Queen's College students
and Mr. Bob Broome and Mr.
Michael Vincent for their
outstanding work in painting
our sets and drops.
and to
The Ranfurly Home for
Children for so kindly
providing us with water when
our waterlines failed.


















FUNERAL SERVICES for the
late ,I thony Griffith age 21
wil6 held at Our Lady's
Church, Deveaux Street at 3
p.m. on Sunday. Interment will
follow in the Western
Cemetery.
Mr. Griffith worked as a
Bartender at Sonesta Beach
Hotel. He is survived by his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ashley
Griffith, 7 sisters, 5 brothers
and a host of relatives and
friends.
Friends may pay their last
respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home on Market Street from 2
.m. on Saturday.
C100501
I I



For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2:4511
repcs 1tDMrit'Fuea


In loving memory of our dear
father Jacob Hall, who
departed this life June 10th
1972.
Gone but not forgotten
Sleep on father,
Sleep on and take your rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best.
Left to mourn: Wife Nivian, 6
daughters, 8 sons, 3 sisters, 1
brother and a host of relatives
and friends.


C10079


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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.

MARINE SUPPUES
C10111
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT
CONCORDE
I RWIN SAI LBOATS
AVON INFLATABLES
19 foot flbreglass Sea Bird with
a 110 h.p. Mercruiser
in/outboard. Has electric bilge
pump, Bimini top and more. A
bargain at $2200.00.
25 foot Westerly Halcyon twin
keel sloop. Sleeps 4 in two
cabins and has an enclosed
head. Stuart-Turner auxiliary.
All sails and many extras. A
good buy at $4750.00.
23 foot Irwin sloop fully
equipped with outboard
auxiliary and all sails. Should
be seen. Priced at $4650.00

Have several good listings for
summer boats. See us.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Fpr the Yachtsman, new Fish
Chairs with Gimbals, Life
Jackets, Boat and Engine
Cleaners, and for the water
enthusiast, a new selection of
Skils, Tow Ropes and Belts.
Buy your Wet Suit Jacket at
end of season prices. Good
until June 15th.

Look for the Dive Flag
Awning, the sign of Nassau's
most complete Dive Shop.
P. O. Box N 1658
Telephone 24869

C10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
$6311.
C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan.
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
Phone 54011 Mon. to Fri.
CD10109
BERTRAM 25, twin 120
Mercs., radio, outriggers, other
extras, soft top, kept In Bristol
fashion. Boat just hauled and
bottom painted, out drives
overhauled, new screws etc.
$8000 firm or prefer to trade
up on larger boat. H. M.
CUsthoms Recorded and
Registered. Call 3-1612.

C100082
BAHAMAS YACHT SALES
I F-25 Express Cruiser


EQUIPMENT INCLUDES
BIIlg .pump auto elect,
bow/side rails, conv. top, sides
and, back curtains, dockside
wirieg 11OV W/50' shore
caflkp, wiper, elec. refrigerator.
carpeting, dinette U shaped,
sink I, 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,A00.00 Phone
**t170.


C10035
PACEMAKER 44
Luxurious Cruising
Phone 3-2371.


ft.
Yacht.


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10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use PrecIsion
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. O. Box F-100, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C 10062
SHOP FOREMAN with AP
licence or better. Five years
experience Including DC-3,
Beech 18 and Aztec. Must be
capable of organising and
operating maintenance shop.
Salary according to experience.
Aoolv: Frank- Treco,
Trans-island Airways 7-8329.
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, backfllling,
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIR RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 34
years industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, Indicating or
graphic electrical or
mechanical Instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:;
Good basic education.,
Experience in fuel burning*
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10069
TRUST OFFICER
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Large, multinational financial
organization requires a Trust
Officer for Its Cayman Islands
affiliate. Applicants should
have four to five years
experience in Trust and
Company Management work,
as well as the Institute of


Bankers Trustee Diploma or
equivalent. Applications in
confidence to Adv. C10069,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.


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 adjutb and maintains
all mechanical equlpmdet Ip a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT. Personnel
Department Bahama Cement
Company,. Box .-100,
Fre~ftrt, 0ran M .


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Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Fre=port, Grand Bahama.


C7411
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Electrical background will be
an laset.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Power plant experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate'
ganeratlon of Electricity as
demand Increases or decreases.
Regulate continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribatl6n. Communicates
with mill men when addlag or
dra raw or finIsh mills.
IN TtR TED APPLICANT
CONTACT, Persbonnel
Depqtment, Bahama Cement

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C10091
TILE MAKER and Terrazzo
Opertor wanted by Nassau
T le Factory. P one 22100.
C10096
SECRETARY with at least 3
'0' Levels, bookkeeping,
typing, filing, general office
work, neat appearance. Apply
only typed letter, P. 0. Box
N-248, Nassau.
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.

C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAN
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.

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.
C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR).
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experienee: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
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.
C10105
EXECUTIVE ADVERTISING
MANAGER. Must have at least
five years experience in
advertising consumer products.
Knowledge of media,
advertising layout, marketing
research & analysis, sales
analysis & budget allocation
required. Ability to make and
type reports to suppliers
throughout the world essential.
Bahamian preferred and salary
commensurate with experience
& ability. Applicants should
apply in writing to Manager,
Bethell Robertson & Company
Ltd. P. O. Box 6340 Nassau,
Bahamas.
C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS
(FOUR)MINIMUM
DUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience In steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSI BIL TIES:
Read and follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement


C10103 : .
(PUBLIC RELATIONS'
EXECUTIVE for international
& local book sales. Must be
prepared to travel U.S. etc.,
Five years public. relations'
experience necessary. Must be,
self starter and able to operate,
on own. Etienne Dupuch Jr.
Publications, phone 3-5665. i


C10123
WANTED:
14 Waitresses Must have
health certificate
3 Dancers (Girls).
1 Limbo Dancer.
1 Steel Drummer.
1 Bottle/glass Dancer.
Apply in person at: Sloppy
Joe's East Street, ask for Mr.;
E. Burrows, General Manager.;
C10110
REQUIRED to work in Out,
Island 3 Chainmen/Bushcut-,
ters. Preferably with driver'st
licence. Call 24596.
C10108
SOUS CHEF ALSO COOK -/
WANTED. Minimum 5 years
experience. Apply to Head-
Chef 9:00 -10 a.m. or 2.00 --
6.00 p.m. ANCHORAGE,
HOTEL.

C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5j
years. ,
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:h
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 I
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnels
Department, Bahama Cement .
Company, P. Q. Box F-100, 1
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

TRADE SERVICES:]
C 10045
Plder'd Cteom.

Broker. Li.
,viackey bireet
& Rosevelt Avenue
.NASSAU, BAHtAMAS
P. O. Box N3114
HEAVY DUTY TRACKING .
FORK LIFT RE IAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMIT\
IATA CARGO AGE~ TS
CUSTOMS CLEAR CE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDE)
OR JACK CASH
PHON.E: 2.-3A9 \. -


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C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have 4you always Wanted to
work closely with. them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizen ofi
our new Bahamas?
Then consider the childcare,
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the,
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live In &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or 'childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with-
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live-
In.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service training orn a corn-actual
basis. Must be willing to Iva in.
Only Bahamlans will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurty Home
for Children, Box R1-1413,
Nassau.
C10124
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY
required by financial
organisation. Fast accurate
typing and shorthand together
with experience in a senior
secretarial position are essential
requ irements. Applications
should include full details of
previous experience and salary
required addressed to Chief
Accountant, P. 0. Box N3016.
Nassau, or Telephone 21025
and ask for Mr. Gerdes-Hansen.
C 10058
INTE NATIONAL
INVESTMENT BANK requires
a Lawyer for their
headquarters in Nassau.
Applicants should have eight'
to ten years law-firm or
corporate experience primarily
in international business and
banking, commercial law,
equity transactions, mergers,
SEC matters, etc. Will be'
requrled to travel on company.
business. Preference will be'
given to applicants with:
knowledge of Spanish. Please:
send resume to: The Secretary,*
The Deltec Bankingi
Corporation Limited, P. O.
Box N-3229, Nassau.


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NIXONS UPHOLSTERY
ISERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service


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

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

C8107
-TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ASCO -TEL: 51071-2-3-4


HELP WANTED
C7453
Hersent Offshore Co., Ltd.,
Sub-Contractors to Burma Oil
would like to Interview
Bahamians for the following
positions of employment under
.the heading of Skilled Labour:

1) CREW on board of jackup
barge such as: Crane Operator,
Engineers (200 tons crane),
Jack Men, Riggers, Mechanics,
Drillers, Welders, etc., with an
average minimum of 5 years
experience, have been
thoroughly selected in the past
are forming a uniform, well
co-ordinated "shipscrew". Are
familiar with each and every
detail of their "ship" and its
operations.

.2) SUBMARINELINE CREW
such as: Sailors, Crane
Operators, Winch Men, Cement
Masons, Welders, Divers,
Explosive Specialists, etc., with
an average minimum of 5 years
experience in submarine
pipeline work. Each man is
specialized for this part of this
ipeclalistic work and has been
'thoroughly trained on previous
very similar jobs.

3) PIPEFITTERS' with a
minimum of 5 years experience
in pipe fitting and welding on
various petrochemical jobs.
*Ale* to Install, and adjust
pumps, motors, valves, etc..
Capable of performing first
class work in accordance with
American API and ASTM
standards, onshore as well as
offshore. Able to read
European as well' as American
drawings and specificationss.

4) WELDERS with a minimum
of 5 years experience, classified
for high pressure vessel and
I piping work In accordance with
European and American
requirements. Experienced in
welding under extreme
unfavorable conditions
regarding working space,
hanging scaffolds 45 ft. above
water level, etc.. Quality of
;welds subject to 100%
X-raying.


5) ELECTRICIANS with a
minimum of 5 years experience
In installation offshore
electrical and electronic works,
Including cables, lighting
systems, telecommunication
,systems, remote control
systems, cathodic protection
systems, sonar systems, etc..

:6) MARINE CARPENTER
With a minimum of 5 years
*experience In prefabrication
'and Installation of complicated
'formworks including
'supporting structures. Very
familiar with Amsterdam
,Ballast drawing system and
methods. Is used to work as
foreman of a gang of skilled
labourerss at some deserted spot
'such as a mooring dolphin with
-only a drawing and some
principle Instructions, to solve
I practical problems by
irmsnef and to finish the job he
has received within the given
lme.
*7) CEMENT MASONS with a
imnimun of 5 years
experience. Experts in mixing
Saggregates at proper ratios for
all kinds of concrete, such as
u underwater grouting,
pre-streUed, post-tensioned
concrete, In site concrete,
epoxy grouting, etc.. Act as a
foreman Of a few unskilled
labourerss. Are very
experienced in post treatment
'requirements of fresh concrete.
Art expert on subject of
.pouring concrete under
unfavourable offshore
conditions Where nevertheless
'high demands on quality and
,strength are maintained. Have
;wide experience in Installation
-of mass concrete, pre-pact
concrete, pre-strased concrete,
etc.. Familiar with all
equipment as concrete pumps,
ection-machines, vibrators,
tc.. Have a Wry good hand for
:finishing the surface to
'required smoothness,
'elevations an slopes.


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HELP WANTED
8) REBAR BENDER with a
minimum of 5 years
experience. Are able to convert
rebar drawings into bar
bending schedules themselves.
Are familiar with European
and American specifications
regarding minimum cover,
overlap lengths, bending radius
length of hooks and
stagger-bars, welding
requirements, etc.. Design their
own pre-fabrication schedule.
Produces 3 to 5 tons of
installed rebar per manyveek.
Act as foreman of 6 to 10
unskilled labourers.

9) STRUCTURAL STEEL
ERECTOR with a minimum of
5 years experience. Have been
involved in pre-fabrication of
all structural steel. Know how
to sort out all tagged items
after arrival on site. Are
classified welders. Are
experienced in temporary
framing, etc., as it becomes
necessary during construction.
Know all the tricks such as
post, heat treatment at the
proper spots to change a badly
damaged 200 ft. long crooked
bundle of scrap iron into a
straight, one hundred percent
acceptable handrailing again.
Act as foreman to one or two
unskilled labourers.

10) PAINTING FOREMAN
with a minimum of 5 years
experience. Is experienced in
mixing and applying two
component high build epoxy
paints and the specialties of
anorganic zinc primers as well
as coal tar epoxies, bituminous
wrapping, etc.. Is able to judge
and correct condition of steel
surface in accordance with
SAE standards prior to
painting. Familiar with special
requirements of painting of
field welds and coating
requirements in the oil
industry. Acts as a foreman to
6 to 10 less skilled painters.


11) MARINE CREW -
Tugboat captains, mechanics
and deckhands, floating crane
operators and riggers have been
assigned to their equipment
over a period of at least 5
years, Familiar with all
operating tricks and secrets of
each piece of equipment.
Specialized in operating very
heavy equipment and marine
equipment. Responsible for
handling large pontoons (2500
DWT), heavy elements (150
LONGTONS) etc., in open sea
100 to 150 ft. water depth
under each sea condition as
safe as possible.

12) SPECIALISTS FROM
VARIOUS SUB-CONTRAC-
TORS AND VENDORS -
Assisting and advising, In
specialistic operations such as
installation of loading arms,
various electronic equipment,
certain drilling operations, etc..
Will be on site for limited
periods.
Interested persons shouia"
contact: Mr. Rick Penn, Coral
Gardens, Freeport, Telephone
373-3065 or 373-3075 before
19th June.
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/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
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
CONTACT4 Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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TRADE SERVICES
C10046
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.
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

C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.

C 10044
TROUBLES.... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. 0. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone:3-5870.


10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use Precision
measuring Instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
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.


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

C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION-
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial Instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES.
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or
mechanical Instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7445
GENERAL MANAGER FOR
CHINESE RESTAURANT -
The Incumbent of this position
is responsible for the overall
operation and administratoQn,
of the establishment. Duties
Include supervision of both
kitchen and dining room
personnel in the prepAr't n
and service of Chinese food.
Deals with both local anf
foreign travel agents and other
groups in catering for special
dinner parties, etc.,
Responsible for preparation of,
monthly and other reports inr
Spanish as required by Board
of Directors from Caracas,
Venezuela. Minimum of 3
years experience In similar
position and a working
knowledge of Chinese.
ASSISTANT GENERAL
MANAGER The incumbent
of this position works directly
with the General Manager and
assumes all responsibility
during his absence. Directly
supervises all activities in both
the kitchen and dining room
areas. Is responsible for
purchasing of all foodstuffs,
etc., both locally and overseas,
Including Hong Kong.- Must
work on a split shift basis and
is normally on duty until
closing time at 12:00 midnight.
A minimum of 5 years
experience in a similar position
and a complete knowledge of
Chinese language necessary.
I interested and qualified
candidates may apply to The
New Hong Kong Restaurant, P.
0. Box F-795, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
.C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
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.

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.


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C7444
1-ASSISTANT MAITRE D':
Individual must have,
experience in all ranks of
French restaurant service, must
have the ability to organize,
train and supervise personnel.
A minimum of three years as
Assistant Maitre d' In first-class
hotels or restaurants. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
7-KITCHEN PORTERS:
Individual will be responsible
for the cleaning of kitchen and
disposal of garbage. Police
Certificate required. Applicant
should be willing to work hard.
1-DISHWASHER: Applicant
will be responsible for washing
dishes and pots. Police
Certificate required.
Applicant must apply in person
to:- Personnel Department,
Bahamas Amusements Ltd., P.
0. Box F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities:
of cement making operation!
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7459
API WELDERS/PIPE
FABRICATORS Minimum
education 3-5 years experience
in pipe fabrication and
welding. Responsibilities -
read and follow pipe detailed
drawings, cut and weld in
accordance with drawing
specifications.
ENGINEERING
SUPERVISORS Good basic
education, 5-10 years
experience. Duties and
responsibilities to
administrate, read plans and
detailed pipe drawings and
welding in accordance with
specifications.
Interested applicants contact:
UNITED CARIBBEAN
CONTRACTORS (BAHAMAS)
LTD. P. 0. Box F-2596 or
Phone 352-7851, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


C7451
INSTRUMENT MECHANIC -
at least 10 years experience In
installing steam hydraulic,
pneumatic and A. C. systems.
Must be able to read drawings
and be familiar with installing,
testing and calibrating
Honeywell, White Rodge*h,
Johnson and Edwards control
systems.
Apply In own handwriting
stating experience and ago to:
McConville Plumbing Ltd., P.
0. Box F-227, Freeport.


HELP mNTE
C7399
6 GIRLS WANTED JTO
PREPARE, COOK 4ND
SERVE INDIAN DISHES.
TELEPHONE 27 WEST CND
OR WRITE TO P. 0. Bde6.
WEST END
C7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERM4N
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burning
process In rotary Klits and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
'-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.

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.


C 7448
GARDENER
Stable, mature individual,
minimum 25 years of age with
family responsibilities required.
Must have previous knowledge
of landscape maintenance; able
to operate all lawn
maintenance equipment
including farm tractor and able
to follow written instructions.
Forty-two hour week;
Saturday, Sunday and Holiday
work required as needed;
Bahamians only need apply.
Contact Bahamla Nursery at
P. 0. Box F-778, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island or
telephone 352-8301 for an
Interview.
C7449
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
Responsible for operation of
the airport under the direction
of the President, Including the
following areas:
Control Tower operations,
ramp handling of aircraft and
passengers, refueling
operations, electronic
installations and maintenance,
meteorological operations,
crash rescue procedures,
personnel and equipment,
maintenance of the physical
plant, purchase of materials
and supplies and control of
inventory and parking lot
operation. Required
background and experience of
all of the operations listed.
Business administration with
personality and manner to deal
with business representatives,
celebrities and the public.
Please apply to: G. B.
Development Co., Personnel
Dept., 18C Kipling Bldg., Box
F-2666, Freeport, GBI.


INELP MTTEi
C 10080
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED.
P. 0. Box F2404, Fr *B
requires experience
clerk/typist with G. .
Standard or equivalent.
Bahamian only please call
352-8391.
C7446
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT -
Required Graduate Landscape
Architect (BSLA or equivalent
from accredited University )
with BSA (in ornamental
horticulture from accredited
University) and BA (Business).
minimumm 5 years experience In
najor landscaping development
md maintenance projects.
Persons with the above
qualifications and experience
Reed only apply. References.
Resumes of Projects and
Graduate Transcripts required.
Rahamlans only need apply.
Contact Bahamia Nursery at
P.O. Box F-778, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island.
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.
C7447
BRUSH CLEARERS 3 men
required to clear brush for
survey lines. $2.00 per hour.
Bahamians only need apply.
Contact Princess Properties
International Limited, P. 0.
Box F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island or telephone
352-7415 for an interview.


HELP MNaO$
C7450
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Applicant should possess
extensive experience in
secretarial duties with
shorthand transcribing ability
and proficiency In typing.
Suf f icient experience Is
required to attain the above
proficiency as a secretary to a
responsible person, with
position involving contact with
the public.
Apply to: Dovco Personnel
Dept., 18C Kipling Bldg., P. 0.
Box F-2666, Freeport, GBI.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
Installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7461
WANTED: CONFIDENTIAL
MATURE SACRISTAN
ASSISTANT. SHOULD HAVE
EXPERIENCE IN
SACRISTAN WORK. MUST
HAVE EXCELLENT TYPING
AND SHORTHAND SKILLS
WITH A MASTERY OF
GRAMMAR. GOOD PUBLIC
RELATIONS ABILITY
NECESSARY. HOURS FROM
9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.
STARTING SALARY
$100.00.
APPLY TO: CATHOLIC
CHURCH RECTORY,
TAMARIND STREET OR
PHONE FREEPORT
373-3300.

C10126
OUTREACH DIRECTOR to
develop programmes and
activities in the communities
outside Freeport Grand
Bahama that help men,
women, boys and girls to build
their spirit, mind and body.
Applicant with university
degree preferred, should have
training and/or experience in
community organization,
administration, delivery of
social services, leadership
recruitment and development.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Apply in writing to Executive
Director, Grand Bahama,
YMCA, P. 0. Box F-253,
Freeport, G.B.I.

C7460
OFFICE MANAGER
Applicant prepares monthly
construction progress reports,
prepares quarterly reports for
requirements of all bonded
Improvements, prepares
Controllable and Capital
Budgets for various Group
Companies and controls
budgeted disbursements.
Prepares engineering estimates
and schedules for the
installation of roads, power
and water systems. Writes
office procedure manuals for
purchasing and personnel
policies.
Applicant should be High
School Graduate, with a
minimum of five (5) years
experience in engineering
offices.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Development Company, P. O.
Box F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


' HELP WANTED
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.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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NELP MATED U

C7452
LIVE-IN MAID
REQUIRED
APPLY TO: LUC LIBERAL,
EIGHT MILE ROCK, GRAND
BAHAMA, TELEPHONE
348-3388.

C10125
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT-
FIRM seek a Chartered
Accountant, preferably -v
recent graduate, required to fiUl
staff position in Freeport
office. Send resume to ThornB2
Gunn & Co., Box F-256&,,
Freeport.


TO: ALL ADVERTISERS


THE TRIBUNE is planning a special "INDEPENDENCE Souvenir
Edition". This will be the final opportunity for advertisers to have an ad in a
pre-independence publication. It will be a COLLECTOR'S EDITION ... a
true souvenir. It will include flash-backs in pictures and stories dealing with
the history (political & social) of the Bahamas. A look into the future of an
independent Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Every advertiser will want to
be represented.

SPECIAL RATE (except for those who have a lower annual contract rate)
will be $2 per column inch.

PUBLICATION DATE July 9, 1973 (evening before Independence Day).

DISTRIBUTION expected 25,000 to 30,000 throughout the Bahamas and
the World.

DEADLINE for receiving insertion orders and copy ... June 18 1973.



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r ) GENERAL TENDENCIES: After a low start.
you find t afternoon and evening ar your
biet n some time for .hvlag.some excitement that ings ybu
closer to the things you' t the most. You would be wie to
accept some activity that iassm unexpectedly and make your
dream com true through li.
, ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Associates now appreciate ylur
finest qualities and you am reach an excellent meting of
minds. Gad about at faslating places where you have an
opportunity to get ahead, either socially or in a business way.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are rather confused
t about how to proceed in ajt., but a little later you know
exactly what to do, andL all goes smoothly for you. Plan time
for buying something new br your wardrobe. Make some
person happy tonight.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get together with thoseyou
really admire and have a delightful time and show how
devoted you are. Some thoughtful gift for your mate can pave
the way for more understanding in the future. Don't criticize.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Bring interesting
persons into your home and entertain them charmingly and
you make the future brighter for yourself. You're inspired
about ways to make the future happier now. Think wisely.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Enjoying good friends and
making new acquaintances is wise now, as well as getting
errands done, putting more efficiency into your work. Plan
communication, transportation matters well. Steer clear of one
who bickers too much.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Add the artistic and comfort
touches at home that make it more attractive and desirable to
be in, and for other to admire. Add to value of your property
in any way that you can. Avoid one who is illogical.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have fine attractive
qualities and charm that will draw others to you, so make the
most of them today and tonight. Get out to social affairs with
excellent results. Show others that you are warm, kind.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Handle personal affairs in
such a way that others cannot steal them. Listen carefully to
what an adviser has to suggest. Then carry through
intelligently so you advance more quickly. Think.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Contacting good
friends to get their ideas for gaining your personal wishes is
fine now. Get into some group activity that can be helpful to
a your career. Showing more devotion to mate is wise.
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and regulations that apply to you, you make this a productive.
and successful day, p.m. That new idea you have is good and
should be put in operation quickly. Avoid one who drinks
heavily.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Put those new ideas to
work that can further your aims. Meet with interesting people
for stimulating conversations. Make arrangements for a trip, or
if you have to rush off on one, do so. Keep active, keep happy.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your intuition is working very
well, so be sure to use it and it can benefit you greatly.
Contact one you like very much and have a delightful evening
together. Avoid one who has an eye on your assets.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those charming young people with so much talent that
it will be difficult to know which to express, and since many
outstanding chances to advance are constantly placed before
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Dante's Inferno braves



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to win Bahamas 500


By MIKE LOTHIAN
"DANTE'S INFERNO," a 36-toot Cigarette driven by veteran
ocean racer Willie Meyers of Nassau, blasted across the finish Une
' in Nassau Harbour at 5:24 p.m. yesterday to win the seventh
annual Bahamas "500" ocean powerboat race in nine hours and
24 minutes, despite having to stop at one point for repairs.


Only four of the 16 entries
in the gruelling 512-mile
contest finished the whole
course.
Race officials were today
still puzzling over complaints
from several knocked-out
drivers that the engine troubles
which forced them out of the
: race were the result of fresh
water found in the fuel tanks.
How the water got into the
tanks was not known.
Roger Hanks of Texas,
driving "Blonde I V", another
36-foot Cigarette, powered by
twin 610-hp Mercruisers, held
the lead in the race almost
from the 8 a.m. start in Nassau
right up to some point between
the Sylvia Light and Chub Cay
check-points, where Dante's
Inferno took over.
Hanks was clocked into
Freeport for a re-fueling stop
at 12:33 p.m., four minutes
ahead of Meyers. But Meyers
was only a minute behind
when Hanks pulled out of
Freeport for the second half of
the race.
When the front-runners hit
the next check-point at Gun
Cay, Hanks had widened the
gap to five minutes.
.:: CLOSE RACE
But Meyers was first into
Chub Cay at 4:05 p.m., seven
minutes ahead of Hanks, and,
due to engine trouble, Hanks'
Blonde IV crossed the finish
line almost an hour behind
Meyers.
Third place finisher Arthur
W. Norris of North Miami
brought his "Slap Shot" into
Nassau 14 minutes behind
Hanks.
The only other boat to
finish was Dick DeWitt's
"Allosaurus," a 27-foot
M .npm pushed by three
I .%p. Mercury outboards.
DeWitt finished about 4
o'clock this morning, some 20
hours after the start.
Meyers, his co-driver Steve
Tognoli of California son of
the winning boat's owner,
Dante Tognoli and crewman
Paul Hagarty, had to contend
not only with Hank's fast race,
but with bad weather as well.
'REAL BAD'
"It was real bad, terrible,"
Meyers said. "I feel great, I just
can't hear. There were squalls
everywhere, and lightning was
hitting all round us."
Meyers said they broke a
B fuel injection pump just before
reaching Freeport and had to
stop to repair the damage.


Freeport's Doug Silvera and
his "Stardust," who won the
500 in 1970 and '71, got as far
as Chub Cay, 35 miles out of
Nassau, before engine trouble
forced him to retire.
Juan Fernandez of Nassau
made it only as far as Current
Cut, Eleuthera.
Despite bad weather, Hanks
and Meyers were both clocked
through the Gun Cay-Sylvia
Light leg of the race at an
average speed of 78 m.p.h.
They had averaged 65 m.p.h.
between Governor's Harbour
and Current Cut, and 62 m.p.h.
between the Cut and Sandy
Point, Abaco.
However, extremely rough
going in the final 35 miles of
the race slowed Meyers down
so much it took him well over
an hour to cover the distance.
The record time of seven
hours, 21 minutes, set by
Sandy Satullo of Cleveland last
year, was never threatened
during the race. When the
record time had elapsed
yesterday the leaders were only
on the Sylvia Light-Chub Cay
leg.
PRODUCTION WIN
Yesterday there was also a
100-mile four laps around
Paradise Island and nearby cays
- for production models of
powerboats, won by Al
Behrendt in his 27-foot
Magnum "Stinger". Sherman
Whitmore in "Avaricious" and
Anthony Vesco in "Galloping
Guinea" finished second and
third respectively.
Spectators were amused late
yesterday by one incident
involving the winners of the
500 and the production class.
When Meyers powered
across the finish line he steered
Dante's Inferno into the docks
at the Nassau Yacht Haven. A
few minutes later, Behrendt in
Stinger came up to tell Meyers
he was wanted by race officials
at race committee headquarters
at the Flagler Inn across the
harbour on Paradise Island.
Unfortunately, Dant e' s
Inferno decided it had had
enough for one day, and
refused to kick over. So
spectators were treated to the
scene of the winner of the
production class race towing
the winner of the main event
across Nassau Harbour.
It's just as well: Meyers was
not too sure he could make it
over to the Flagler under his
own power either.


WINNER OF THE
BAHAMAS 500 Dante's
Inferno won the gruelling
Bahamas 500 ocean
powerboat rae Friday.
Here she is seen flying over
the water. Conditions were
rough and tough with only
four of the original 16
starters completing the
512-mile course.


SMITa & EVERT j

IN ITALIAN


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QUARTER .FINALS


ROME (AP)- Top seeded Stan
Smith beat fellow American Harold
Solomon 6-0, 6.4 Friday and
moved into the quarterfinals of the
men's singles In the 135,000 dollars
Italian Tennis Open.
Chris Evert of the United States,
top seeded among the women,
came from behind to beat Katiej
Ebbinghaus of West Germany 4-6,
6.2, 6-1, to move into the
semifinals of the women's singles.
The eighth seeded German girl
took a startling 4-1 lead in the first
set as Mi- Evert missed a number
of passing shots. The American star
rallied to a 4-4 tie, but Meks
Ebbinghaus broke her service spin
In the 10Oth pgame to win the set.
In the second set Miss Evert put
extra punch in her play, forcing Miss
Ebbinghaus back and forth on the
court racing her deadly shots. Miss
Evert broke a 2-2 tie to win six
straight game for a 6-2 win of the
second set and a 2-0 lead in the
third. She just went on to win it
6.1.
Evonne Goolagong of Australla,
second seed, easily beat Renata
Tomanova of Czechoslovakla 6-0,
6-3 to enter the semifinals.
Help Mastoff of West Germany
upset fourth seeded Linde Tuero of
the United States 03, 7-5 to join
Miss Evert in the semi-finals. It was
sweet revenge for Mis Masthoff,
who was beaten by the American
girl in the semi-finals last year. M
Tuero was the defending champion.
In the semi-finals, Miss
Goolagong plays Vlesta Vopickova
of Caechoslovakia, who beat Krisatie
Kemmer of the United States 6-2,
6.4.. Miss Kemmer had entered the
quarter-finals after an upset win
over fourth seeded Virginla Wade of
Britain on Thursday.
Meanwhile, In the second round
of women's doubles Kazuko
Sawsmatsu and Keyoko Fukuoka,
Japan, beat Katja Ebbinghaus,
Germany, and Mona Scahilau, U.S.,
6-.,6-2.
Renata Tomanova and Martina
Naviatilova, Czechoslovakia, took
Evonne Goolagong and Janey
Youns, Anstrala 6-3,2-6, 6-1.
Hela Masthoff and Rita Orth,
both of Germany, in a third match
easily downed Lee Duck and Lee
Soon, both of Korea, 6.1, 6-0.
And Linda Tuero of the U.S. and
Pat Ptorus, "South Africa,
defeated Marilyn Pryde, New
Zealand, and Natalie Fuchs, France,
7-6, 74.


SAVOY

THEATRE
From Page 7
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
"The Mechanic" plus "Day of
Ange" matinee continuous
from 2.00, evening 9.00. Plus
lat feature Tuesday night.
"The Mechanic" is a rapid
paced story of a hired assassin
who has a hundred ways to kill
- and they all work hence
the nickname. It represents
British director Michael
Winner's first Hollywood film,
and stars Charles Bronson in
the title role.
Other players include Jan
Michael Vincent, Keenan
Wynn, Jill Ireland and Linda
Ridgeway. The original
screenplay is by Lewis John
Carlino and was produced by
Irwin Winkler and Robert
Chartoff.
Although a large part of
"The Mechanic" was shot in
the Hollywood area of Los
Angeles, Winner stood by his
maxim' that life is lived in real
places' not film studios and
did not enter a film studio.
If the script called for a
home in Beverly Hills then the
scene was shot in a home in
that district. The cast and crew
used a double decker studio on
wheels called a Cinemobile
which was ideal for the
director's fast paced style.
WEDNESDAY THRU
FRIDAY, "Tea Rillagton
Place," pl "Pragmet of
Fear," nmthku eomtinuous
from 1:45, evening 9:00. Plus
late feature Friday night.


I


WILLIE MEYERS OF NASSAU, centre, with co-driver
Steve Tognoll of California, son of the boat's owner Dante
Tognoll watch another powerboat finish the Bahamas 500.
It was Meyers' first major powerboat win.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


Record marks set by


Wheelchair athletes
HOWARD BLACK, JOHN SANDS AND KENNETH STORR
took top honours in the men's division and Isabel Roberts
dominated the ladies division of the slet Annual Bahamas Wheel
Chair Club Sports Meet last week at the Queen Elizabeth Sports


Centre..
Black, with a winning 12 ft.
8 ins. shot put performance
was six inches better than the
mark set in Heidelberg last
year. Black also won the
Archery, came second in the
discus and third in the bowls,
400 metres wheelchair race, 60
metres dash and the javelin.
Sands, who compiled a total
of 26 points to win the award
for outstanding performance
during the meet, conquered the
400 metres wheelchair race,
the bowls and the 60 metres
dash. He came second in the
archery and the javelin. Black
was second with 23 points.
Storr, in a 19 point effort
which gave him third place,
tossed a 34ft. Sins. discus to
equal the Heidelberg record.
Storr also came first in the 30
metres dash and' second in the


bowls and shot put.
Wendell Higgs, winner of the
javelin throw with 28 ft. 51
ins., was just over two inches
under the Paraplegic Olympic,
record.
Phillip Roberts, winner of
the "athlete making the
greatest effort" award, besides
pacing the field with strong
competition came third in the
archery.
Underfeated in the ladies
shot put, javelin and discus was
Isabel Roberts with Carolyn
Johnson taking second in each
event. Both Roberts and
Johnson took second and third
respectively in the 30 metres
dash.
Following the track and
field events, John Sands and
Tom McShane played an
exhibition table tennis match.


England declare at 325


for 8, 478 ahead

NO*NGHAM, ENGLAND (AP) Engisd held the whip
hand over New Zeald after an astonishIn day of tumbling
wickets in the coad Test Match at Treat WBrkig Friday.


New Zealand were tumbled
out for 97 and trailed by IS3
on the first Innings. England
then lost their first four second
innings wickets for 24 but
recovered to 72 for 4 by the
close.
Today England batted on to
reach 325 for 8 before
declaring they were 478 runs
ahead, and Dennis Amiss had
scored 138 not out, with Tony
Greig lbw for 139.
Tony Greig, England's
6-foot-7-inch South
African-born all rounder, was
the man who did most to put
the screw on New Zealand. He
took four wickets for 33 -
including that of Glenn Turner,
the batsman England feared
most, and hit England out of
trouble with 139, Abby
supported by Amiss.
Nobody was prepared to say
exactly why batting conditions
are difficult. The Nottingham
wicket usually is a beauty for
batting. But in this match there
are brown patches on the turf
and the ball had bounced
unevenly.
The first chapter of the day
Friday was a defiant last
wicket stand for England by
Alan Knott and Norman
Gifford. They stretched their
partnership to 59 before
Knott, one run short of his
half-century, played on to the
New Zealand captain Bev
Congdon.
England were all out for 250
in their first innings.
New Zealand had an
hour's batting before lunch and
at the interval were 25 for 1.
The excitement began early in
the afternoon.
With Greig and Geoff
Arnold making the ball fly, the
score suddenly changed from
31 for 1 to 34 for 4. Turner -
the first man since World War
II to reach 1,000 runs by the
end of May was one of the
batsmen out in this. dramatic
spell.
Congdon, setting about the
task of rescuing his team, was
run out when Vic Pollard
called for a sharp single that
wasn't there. Again it was
Greig who did the damage,
throwing down the stumps
from 20 yards.
Polland and Bruce Taylor
added 26 for the seventh
wicket, but nothing could stop
the England pace bowlers.
In one over the two Hadlee
brothers, Dayle and Richard,
were both clean bowled by
John Snow for ducks.
England's second innings
had an extraordinary
beginning. Geoff Boycott and
Dennis Amiss each took singles
from the first two balls. Then,
off the third ball, they
misunderstood each other's
intentions and Boycott was run
out by yards going for a single.
Graham Roope and Tony
Lewis both fell to catches by
wicket-keeper Ken Wadsworth,
and England were 11 for 3.
The score moved to 24
before Keith Fletcher,
attempting a risky cut off a
wide ball from Dayle Hadlee,
dragged it into his stumps.
But Greig's aggressive tactics
halted New Zealand's progress.
He hit a boundary off his first
ball and soon overtook Amiss'
core..


LONDON (AP) Hampshire
conqured the reigning sh
cricket champions, Warwickshie,
by seven wickets at Coventry
Friday, collctd a massive 23
points and moved to top place In
the county champeashIp.
Warwickshire after an all-day
backs-to-the-wail struggle, lost by
seven wickets. It was me end of an
undefeated spell in the county
championship which had stretched
back over 27 matches to August,
1971.
The man who destroyed
Warwidkshire on the last day was
Tom Mottram, a 6ft. 4in. medium
pace bowler who came into the
Hampshire team last year. He took
six wickets for 63 -his best-ever
figures.
But It was Barry Richards the
South African star, who laid the
foundations of Hampshire's victory
with his Innings of 240. His fast
scoring brought in ten bonus
batting points.
Hampshire opened up a gap of
16 points over their nearest rIvals,
Essex, at the head of the standings.
SSCORES: At Coventry.
Hampshire beat Warwickshire by 7
wickets. Hampshire 396 for 7
declared (Barry Richards 240) and
37 for 3. Warwickshire 223 and 207
(Norman McVicker S3, Tom
ottram 6 for 63). Hampshire 23
points, Warwickshire 4 pts. At
Lords. Kent beat Middlesex by 8
wickets. Middlesex 228 and 136
Kent 327 and 38 for 2. Kent 22
pts, Middlesex 6 pts. At the Oval.
urrey 199 and 318 for 7 (Geoffrey
Howarth 156 not out).
Leicestershire 271 and 128 for 3.
Drawn. Surrey 5 pts. Leicestershire
9 pts.
At Oxford. Lancashire 300 for 3
declared and 221 for 7 declared.
Oxford University 290 and 157 for
6. Drawn. At Derby. Worcestershire
beat Derbyshire by S wickets.


The "White Dot"
marks
a gift of pride.
Pride in giving, pride in receiv-
ing, pride in possession Never
more evident than when the
gift is rnom the "White Dot"
collection bySheaffer. 12K gd-
filled presentation set, distinc-
tively duased for a streamlined
look. Matching pen, ballpoint,
pencil.


HOWARD BLACK, a oe ant In last week's Bahamas
Paraplegic Assoclation's sports day, pees a hot lead over
Wendell Hlls and John Sands as they tackle the 400
metres wheel chair dash. Johq Sands won the race.


AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet.
Detroit 25 24 .s53
New York 2925 .S37
Baltimore 2424 .500
Boston .24 26 .480
Milwaukee 24 27 ..471
Cleveland We .233 .377
West Divson
Chicago 29 20 .592
MNlansolta 29 21 .580O
California 27 3 .540
KmasCity 3027 .126
Oakland 27 27 .500
Texas 18 32 .360
Friday's Results
Minnesota 2, Batimore 0
Chicago 5, Cleveland 2
Texal Boston 2
Nw ak Kain as City I
j |Tk, e, CaU'fosu 2
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Divisio
W pet.
Chkalo 33 2 .601
Montreal 2325 .479
Mttsbuln 23 25 .479
St. Loub 24 27 .471
New York 22 27 .449
Phladlphi 21 32 .396
West Division
San Francaisco 38 21 .644
Lo Angeles 3422 .607
ankmmil 3024 .116
Houston 32 26 .162


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