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SITUATION 'TENSE' AS VISITING BRITISH

M.P. IS KEPT UNDER WATCH 'EVERY MINUTE'


Colonel 'Mad Mitch' sees





Abaco for himself &





stays at Union Jack Club


By NICKI KELLY
"LIEUT. COL. COLIN MITCHELL'S PRESENCE IN ABACO has done much to defuse the situation here," Free
Abaco Council member Chuck Hall said from Marsh Harbour today.


"Mad Mitch" as he is known
for his war-time exploits, is in
Abaco to see first-hand what
the separatist movement is all
about. Today he was touring
the Marsh Harbour
constituency with PLP
supporter and defeated
election candidate Gordon


TOP SECRET C Y
surrounded the arrival of
Prime Minister Lynden
PIndlIng's Silver Shadow
RoeNt Royce Wednesday but
enterprlstg. photographer
Margaret Gullteume managed
to get this picture ahyway,
shortly after the car was
uncreted from the container
In which it was shipped from
the Rolls factory In England
to Central Garage.


SMALL IITEI

CYINi OER



DESPITE HINMIATY

SMALLER hotels are
"crying" over low June
bookings as the Bahamas
prepares to move into the third
week of Goombay Summer
'73, but larger establishments
are "doing nicely" and
projections for July and
August are "very good," a
Bahamas Hotel Association
spokesman said today.
The spokesman said most of
the June business s' far has
been "walk-in" guests who
made no reservations, and the
bulk of that business is going
to the big hotels.
It was said that it was too
early to expect a return on
recent promotional activity.
For example, a group of 400
travel agents was here in the
past week, and it is too early to
expect bookings as a result of
their visit.
Another source pointed out
that June is traditionally one
of the slowest tourism months
of the year, partly because
students in the U.S. are just
getting out of school, and
graduations for senior students
keep a number of potential
tourists at home until a bit
later in the summer.


Hudson.
Colonel Mitchell was invited
to the island by supporters of a
separate Abaco. He flew in by
private charter yesterday
amidst a fanfare of advance
publicity but was initially
refused immigration permission
to land.


When immigration officer E.
C. Sherman said "no," the
Colonel asked to speak to
someone in higher authority.
He was escorted from
Treasure Cay airport to
Treasure Cay some four
miles away and a call placed
to Immigration in Nassau.


$30,000 Rolls Royce




Silver Shadow for PM



arrives amid secrecy

CENTRAL GARAGE has taken delivery of the Silver Shadow
Rol,. Royce which is to be presented to Prime Miister Lynden
Padling by the Progressive Leral Party


The car, believed to cost "in
excess of $30,000," will be
turned over to party officials
Monday afternoon in a
"cheque presentation"
ceremony at Central Garage.
The dark blue Rolls -
official colour Seychelles Blue
- arrived from Florida
Wednesday as containerized.
cargo aboard the Tropic Haven.
It was sealed into its
container at the factory then
shipped to the U.S. for
trans-shipment to Nassau.
This particular type of Rolls
is not however sold in the U.S.
and is believed to be the only
one of its kind In the Bahamas.
SILVER SHADOW
A Central Garage spokesman
described it as a "Silver
Shadow long wheel base formal
sedan with division."
The division is a sliding glass
window that separates the
driver from the passengers for
privacy.
Sales and engineering
representatives for Rolls Royce
will be in Nassau for the
presentation of the car.to PLP
officials. It is expected the car
will be presented to the Prime
Minister shortly after in an
official ceremony.
Arrival of Mr. Pindling's
Rolls brings to three the
number of these cars imported
to the Bahamas this year. The
last two arrived in the same
container.
There are presently 14 Rolls
in Nassau owned by Bahamians
and residents, and several more
are on order.
The PLP's intention to
present the Prime Minister with
a Rolls was announced at last
year's convention in October.
Outgoing chairman George
Mackey said the party had
decided to buy the car as a


"token of appreciation" for
Mr. Pindling's "innumerable
and invaluable contributions."
The order had been placed,
he said, so that "he, like our
country, can ride into
independence in proper style."
Immediately after Mr.
Mackey's report to the
convention out-going
secretary-general Earl
Thompson, M.P. revealed that
the party still owed part of the
more than $32,000 cost of the
1971 convention held at the
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel.



its flH I draft
LEGISLATION pertaining
to such matters as nationality,
the Central Bank and financial
administration are to be
introduced in Parliament prior
to the advent of independence
on July 10, Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling said at a press
conference on June 7.
The conference, called to
discuss pre-independence plans,
disclosed that the
Independence constitution is
near final draft and that Sir
Milo Butler, who will be sworn
in as Governor-General on
August 1, will preside over the
first session of the Independent
Parliament later in the year.
NIGERIAN HEAD HOSTS ROYAl
FAMILY IN LONDON
LONDON (AP)- General
Yakubu Gowon., head of the
Nigerian military government, was
host to Queen Klxabeth II and her
husband. Prince Philip, at a
banquet, in Londmn's Savoy Hotel,
Thursday night.
This gesture of lavish Nigeran
return hospItality marked the end
of a four-day state visit to this
country by the Nigerian leader.
Princess Ann and Queen Mother
Iirzabeth ao were guests


Immigration director Barbara
Pierre gave her permission for
Mr. Mitchell to be landed but
with certain provisos.
He was not to give any press
interviews while in the
Bahamas, hold no meetings
"and in no way conduct
himself in a manner which
might not be conducive to the
public good."
When the formalities were
over Immigration officer
Sherman invited the Colonel to
be his guest at a Rotary
luncheon and he accepted.
LOW-KEY
"Colonel Mitchell is trying
to live up to the letter of the
stipulations and his entire vI it
is being kept low-key," Er.
Hall said.
He reported however tkat
they were being watched
"every minute. It's almost 8ke
Communist Russia. There'stuo
fear involved but it's not ike
1 the Bahamas."
Mr. Hall described the
situation on Abaco as "ten","
and .sai the people were :ll
extremely worried about 19e
prospect of independence.
"Colonel Mitchell has been
trying to get the situation back
into perspective by talking
quietly to the people and
explaining the implications of
attempting any violence.
"He's hoping to talk the
stronger element into adopting
I less militant line," Mr. Hall


said.
Yesterday afternoon Colonel
Mitchell made a short tour of
Treasure Cay, had a swim then
drove to Marsh Harbour where
he checked in at the Union
Jack Club.
LIKE NEW YEAR
"Last night was like New
Year's at the club, "Mr. Hall
said. He said it was packed
with Abaconians wanting to
meet Colonel Mitchell.
Today he was being taken ,
by Mr. Hudson to meet those
who have never favoured
separation of Abaco from the
Bahamas.
Mr. Hudson was among the
delegation that flew to London
with the Prime Minister to try
and impress this fact on the
British government.
"Colonel Mitchell has been
moving around among the
people quite a bit since he
arrived and has gotten a very
good feeling of the situation.
His visit here has focused the
attention of the world on
Abaco, and he is now in a
better position to raise
questions in the British
Parliament if necessary," Mr.
Hall said.
Colonel Mitchell was
scheduled to leave for Florida
aboard Mackey Airlines this
afternoon, shortly after the
arrival at Marsh Harbour of
representative Errington
Watkins.
Mr. Watkins has led the fight
to keep Abaco a British Crown
colony but has yet to meet Mr.
Mitchell, who has been a strong
supporter of the separatists'
cause in the House of
Commons.
The Bahamas Independence
Bill was passed by the House of
Lords Tuesday.
On those grounds Mr.
Watkins told a press conference
yesterday that he did not think
Colonel Mitchell's visit to
Abaco would serve any useful
purpose at this stage.
The separatist leader
L yesterday conceded that the
bid to keep Abaco a British
Crown colony had failed and
said he was not prepared to
pursue the point beyond
legally constituted means.
Mr. Watkins indicated he
would now turn his attention
to the formation of a new
party which would serve as a
"viable and forceful"
opposition to the government.


IAIANASAIR'S

FIRST PLANE

ARRIVES HIE

TIIORROW
S BAHAMASAIR'S first
aircraft for domestic service
will arrive at Nassau
International Airport Saturday.
The aircraft is a prop-jet FH
S 227 acquired by Bahamasair. It
has been completely
overhauled and repainted in
the tri-colours of the new
Bahamas flag.
The national flag carrier's
first plane will be met at the
b airport by Minister of Tourism,
the Hon. Clement T. Maynard.
With Mr. Maynard will be three
members of the airline
f m negotiating committee which
represented the Bahamas
Government in the formation
of the new company: Mr. Dann
-l l Lewis, Assistant Director of
i Tourism; Mr. William Allen,
Research Director of the
S Bahamas Monetary Authority
and Mr. Ellison Thompson.,
Minister of Tourism Permanent
Secretary.


THE BAHAMAS Workers
Council International has been
invited by the Trade Union
Congress in the U.K. to send
two representatives for a trade
union summer course being
conducted at the University of
York from July 14 to 20 and
July 21 to 27.
One of those attending will
be from Freeport and the other
from New Providence. Last
wr only one representative
the Bahamas was invited.
Thr Bahamas Council has
also been invited to take part
in Iwo other conferences next
yew, the first to be held in
Dublin and the second in
England.
The Seventh World Congress
on the Prevention of
Occupational Accidents and
Diseases will be held May
20-25 in Dublin.
The Duke of Edinburgh's
Study Conference will meet
from July 6-20, 1974 in
Oxford.
The Bahamas Hotel and
Catering Workers Union has
also been invited to send a
representative to this
conference.



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sill at lare
PHILIP ("Polka") Humes,
21, charged with murder and
armed robbery, is still at large
after escaping from a basement
cell in the Supreme Court
building over two months ago.
Humes, who was being held
with 14 other prisoners,
escaped with six of them on
April 4. The escape was made
when one of the prisoners
asked to use the basement
toilet. Two police officers were
then beaten and locked in the
toilet. The following day six of
the men were back in custody,
but Humes has never been
found.
The young plumber had
been charged on the day of his
escape with the September 5
shooting death of Raymond
Barrry Major. He was also
charged with armed robbery.
These charges were made
jointly with bartender Wendell
("Red") Burrows.
After being free for over
nine weeks he has earned the
title "Evasive Butterfly" from
police officers.
Humes is 'considered
dangerous by the police.
He is 5'10" tall, is of brown
complexion, medium build,
dark brown eyes and wears a
bushy Afro.
Anyone knowing of his
whereabouts is asked to
telephone the police at 2-2561
or 2;2562.


TALKS WITH PLP: Former British Army hero "Mad
Mitch" Mitchell talks with Gordon Hudson (right) at the
docks at Marsh Hrbour, Abaco, after Mitchetl arrived
Thursday. Hudson, president of the Abeco Businmmmn's
Association, is an Abaco politician who Is against seceslion
and supports the Independence stand of the Bahamas
government. PHOTO: Steve Starr (AP)



BaTeIC o union submit


'filal' prps N lo a


call off stre= vote


By MIKE LOTHIAN
BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION'S
branch of the Bahausn Pubic Sevices Union Wednesday gave
management the workers' "nad" peopomis for pay increase, id
a union strike vote tentativly scheduled for tonight has been
postponed until management respond to the new proposals on
Monday.
A union source said the and either strike action by
workers yesterday made pay labour or a lock-out by
demands, which were far below management.
those in earlier proposals, and The cooling off period is
that "this is as far as we are broken down into two 14-day
going to go." periods and one 25-day period,
Management of the Bahamas There is usually a time lag of-
Telecommunications one or two days between the
Corporation is now studying end of one period and the
the proposals, and are due to beginning of another, so the
accept or reject them at the cooling off period in practise
next negotiation meeting on often runs up to 60 days.
Monday morning. DISPUTE FILED
If the proposal is rejected, it The BaTelCo union filed a
is understood, the unionists dispute with the Labour
will vote next week to decide Ministry on May 18. Therefore,
whether they will strike if no the unionists are not likely to
settlement is reached by the be legally entitled to take
time the Industrial Relations strike action against
Act's "cooling off" period management before about July
expires in mid-July. 15.
Management, it is However, BaTelCo has
understood, has received orders already been hit by two
from high Government sources wild-cat work stoppages.
to settle the dispute by June On May 7 about 350
28 so there will be no chance workers demonstrated outside
of a breakdown in com- the Corporation's Thompson
munications marring the July Boulevard administration
10 independence celebrations. offices in support of union
The old BaTelCo contract demands for salary
for monthly-paid workers negotiations.
expired on June 30, 1972. The The workers maintained -
contract for hourly-paid despite management denials -
employees ran out on that management had refused
December 31. to negotiate although the old
Union sources said the contracts had expired months
workers originally demanded earlier,
increases of up to 40 percent On May 22 the workers
for the monthly-paid demonstrated again,
employees. The new two-year demanding that management
proposal asks for an immediate lift the one-week suspension of
$15 pay rise retroactive to July union vice chairman Vance
1, 1972, and a further $45 Major, who was suspended for
increase on January 1, 1974. allegedly "impeding
DEMAND DROPPED management personnel" and
The union originally threatening to "hurt" a
demanded a 47 cents per hour supervisor.
pay rise for the hourly-paid On May 28 Labour Minister
workers. That demand has Clifford L. Darling ordered
been dropped in the new management to lift the
one-year proposed contract to suspension. At the same time
15 cents per hour retroactive however, the Minister backed
to January 1, 1973, along with management decision to cui
a new minimum wage of $1.55 two hours' pay from the
per hour. Some workers salaries of the employees who
presently receive only $1.30, participated in the May 7
the sources said. demonstration.
The union has no intention No threats of pay cuts havi
of reducing their demands been reported in connection
further, it was said. "This is with the second
where we stand," a source demonstration.
declared. Since the May 28 uliq
The Industrial Relations Act management and the union
requires that there be a 53-day have been meeting regularly a
"coogii-rf" period between the negotiation table, bid
registration of a progress has been "slow,'
management-labour dispute according to a union source.


The new aircraft will go
immediately into service on
Monday when the new
Bahamasair flight schedule goes
into effect. Its first assignment
will be the 7:30 a.m. flight to
Freeport.
The Bahamasair fleet
consists of one pure-jet BAC
Ill, three Twin-Otters, one
Brittain/Norman Islander, four
Aero-Commanders, two
Grumman Goose, two
Grumman Widgeons and the
overhauled FH 227.
The FH 227 is currently in
Miami undergoing interior
decoration.
Bahamasair anticipates thp
purchase of three BAC lIrs
from American Alriines in
addition to the one already in
service which is presently
leased fom America.
fve of the np Jft are
Oxp cail to ItO in Mrvie
by Asat snd the third is to
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Sigmund Falcon Brown, 8,
of Lifebuoy Street, died on
Monday shortly after he was
struck by a car near his home.
He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Laban Brown,
three sisters, Eulogia, Mary,
Sharon and three brothers,
Timothy, Laban and Waltuam.
Funeral services for
Sigmund, who was a student of
Claridge Road Primary School,
were held at 4 p.m. today at
Zion Baptist Church on East
and Shirley Streets.

MEMORIAL MASS
FOR FATHER KEEGAN
A SPECIAL memorial mass
for the deceased Father Laroy
Keegan will be offered at Mary
Star of the Sea Church,
Freeport, on Sunday at 11:30
a.m.
Father Keegan, who had
been attached to the pariah for
three years, died in Stevens
Point, Wisconsin on Mother's
Day while offering mas. He
had just finished preaching a
Mother's Day sermon when he
collapsed. Every week since his
death, requiem masses have
been offered at Mary Star
Church.
It is hoped that Mia Marie
Keepgan, sister of the deceased
priest, wiN be present for
Sunday's memorial masl.


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SECOND PEACE TREATY VAGUE AS FIRST
SAIGON, JUNE IS (AP) A new oease-fie was declared across South
Vietnam at noon today after a 4% moth truce that brought more
bloodshed than peace. Ovr 60,000 casualties were reported on both sides
during the period,
It was far too soon to teil whether the new truce would be effective,
although only a few scattered incidents were reported in the first few
hours. idiaon sources, however, were peanmistic that it would work over
the long run.
The Saigon Command reported an upsurge in fighting in the six hours
preceding the oeae-fire, claiming 58 violations by the Communist side, half
of them b the Mekong Delta.
Lt. CoL Le Trung Hien, chief spokesman for the Command, said this was
the highest number for a similar period since the original cease-fire went
into effect Jan. 28.
Hien said it appeared that the Communist side made a last ditch effort
to consolidate its positions just prior to the second cease-fire, at least in the
rice growing delta where about one-third of South Vietnam's 18 million
people live.
Vietnam's second cease-fire was written into a 14-point joint
communique restating the principles of the original agreement. The
communique was worked out between Henry A. Kissinger and Hanoi's Le
Duc Tho and signed in Paris Wednesday by the United States, North
Vietnam, South Vietnam and the Viet Cong.
Critics say it falls short of safeguarding the peace since it is as vague as
the original agreement, and falls to spell out a solution for ending the
fighting in Cambodia, where there never has been a truce.
MINESWEEPING OPERATIONS STARTED THURSDAY
WASHINGTON (AP) Seventeen ships in a naval minesweeping force
Thursday began operations to make North Vietnamese waters safe for
shipping.
The Pentagon said ships now in Subic Bay in the Philippines and in ports
in Taiwan and Singapore will rendezvous off Haiphong harbour on Monday
or Tuesday.
North Vietnamese waters wore seeded with mines 13 months ago to
block off resupply by Soviet, Chinese and other Communist ships.
Shortly after the Indochina cease-fire went into effect Jan. 27,
minesweeping Task Force 78 began Its work. Disputes over implementation
of the cease-fire have halted the minesweeping twice since then.
The new accords signed Wednesday in Paris call for the American navy
to return anew to North Vietnamese waters.

PEACE IN CAMBODIA SOON?
WASHINGTON (AP) Henry A. Kissinger indicated strongly Thursday
that negotiations are underway to bring about a cease-fire in Cambodia,
which he hoped would become effective in the next few weeks.
"Our belief," he told newsmen, "is that a communique issued yesterday
will make a positive contribution" to bringing about an end to fighting in
Cambodia.
The national security adviser said he felt "events over the next few
weeks will give life" to his hope for a .. settlement.
Kissinger refused to acknowledged any secret understanding was reached
in the latest Paris talks with North Vietnamese negotiator Le Due Tho on
Cambodia.
However, he did not specifically deny the possibility and in one place he
acknowledged the US. "is engaged in complex negotiations" on Vietnam.
EARTH TREMORS IN U.S. AND CANADA
BOSTON (AP) A strong earthquake was reported last night over a
wide area across the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada. Windows
rattled, but there are no reports of injuries or major damage in the quake.

FARMERS WILL HAVE TO KEEP MARKET PRICES DOWN
WASHINGTON (AP) The Labour Department says a typical American
city family of four requires more than eleven-thousand dollars annually
just to maintain a moderate standard of living. To live an austere Wife, the
government says 73-hendred dollars is needed each year. And $16,500 is
said by the Labour Department to be the annual income needed by that
family If they want some luxuries
A number of food processors and merchants surveyed by the Associated
Press say unfrozen farm prices may end up in line with frozen retail and
wholesale prices under the latest White House economic plan. The
consensus is that farmers have a basic need to sell their goods thus they'll
have to keep their market prices down.

ASTRONAUTS RETURN TO EARTH FRIDAY 22 JUNE
SPACE CENTRE, HOUSTON, JUNE 15 (AP) With a week left In
their record space mission, Skylab astronauts today start preparing to come
home.
Charles Conrad Jr., Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul J. Weltz adjusted
their sleep cycle to an earlier wakeup time and planned to check out the
systems to the Apollo spacecraft that they'll detach for the ride back to
earth.
And the main recovery ds, the carrier Ticonderoga, sets sal from San
S Diego today for some practlee recoveries on route to the prime splashdown
area about 800 miles southwest of that California city.
The astronauts are to return to earth at 9:48 a.m. EDT next Friday after
28 days in space.

U.S. NEW OFFER TO EGYPT & ISRAEL
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) The United States was out today with
a new offer to help Egypt and Israel negotiate a reopening of the Suez
Canal as step toward a general Mideast peace agreement.
U.S. ambaeasdor John A. Scall made the offer late Thursday night. He
urged the Security Council to "encourage and facilitate" negotiations
between the Arabs and osinael for settling their 1967 war and ending their
.. qtuarter-oeattury conflict.
-mm He was one of the test speakers in a 10-day debate that Egypt had
S*arranged in its campaign to force Israel, prior to any negotiations, to
withdraw from the Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian territories it occupied
in the war.
Soviet ambassador Jacob A. Malik, a few hours later, suspended the
debate until a date in mid-July yet to be fixed.
".- RESIDENCE HALL, QUEEN'S UNIV. BOMBED
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND (AP) Guerrillas set off a bomb in
a Roman Catholic residence hall attached to Queen's University early
SThursday.
Twelve nuns and a large nmbe of other women inside escaped injury
-.... but several ware treated for shock, authorities reported.
They said the bomb was plated in a doorway near a room where a
Smeeting was being held and the blast ripped out doors and caused slight
-. structural damage.
It was the second bomb attack on the University in a week.
Explosives pInm td m a tire extlngher last weekend caused coniderable
mdamage, the authorities added.
Until these raids, Queen's, whoee student activists played a leading part
*:. mhe cvil rights struggles of 1968, had been one of the quietest places in
SNorthern Ireland.
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DELAY OF ANTI-WAR AMENDMENTS REQUESTED
SWASHINGTON (AP) Dr. Henry A. Kissiuger appealed to U.S
Senators Thursday to delay antiwar amendments to give the White House
'te to work out a Cambodia peace areeent. However, sponsors said
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Several Senators said after an hourlong closed season with Kissinger on
new hdachina peace ageemmnt reached in Paris Wednesday that he
...4aade cleaw the Nixon government intends to continue ts current policy,
-"-I'cldindg the bombn in. M an effort to rech a Cambodia agreement.
SSenator Frank Church, I daho Democrat nd sponsor of a broad
,.-imandmoent to cut off n&ds for all US. military actions throughout
a dolmhin, said Kisinger told the Senators the government needs "a finite
Sasmnt of time" to work out a Cambodisn agreement
._ Church said he would push for adoption of his proposal, attached to a
aftte Department authorization bI currently before the Senate.
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WATERGATE No. 2 in Nixon election SIT LLTI resign from White

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WASHINGTON (AP)- The
Senate Watergate committee has
concluded this week's set of
hearings and has cancelled next
Monday's special session. The extra
hearing Monday was to allow
former Nixon campaign deputy Jeb
Magruder to continue testimony.
Magruder concluded his testimony
yesterday after revealing that the
aim of the Watergate burglars was
to discredit then-Democratic
n national chairman Lawrence
O'Brien.

The next witness scheduled to
appear before the select committee
is fired White House lawyer John
Dean. Dean has been granted partial
Immunity from prosecution in next
Tuesday's appearance because the
Senate Committee believes he will
open new insights into the
Watergate case; partial immunity
means Dean can't be prosecuted for
anything he tells the Senators,
although information received by
investigators outside the Senate
Committee could lead to his
prosecution.


In a related development, the
Los Asgeles County grand jury
continues Its probe of a break-In at
the office of Daniel Ellsberg's
psychiatrist. Yesterday, former
White House aide David Young
appeared for only eight minutes. He
is thought to have refused to
testify.
Meantime, in Washington, a
federal court has ordered former
White House aide Egil Krogh to
appear before the Los Angeles
panel on July Fifth. Krogh and
Young have been identified by
former White House aide John
Ehrilchman as the man in charge of
what became known as the White
House "plumbers squad." That was
a group assigned to plug
government Information leaks.
Senator George McGovern says if
the American people had known
about a Watergate cover-up in
1972, the results of the presidential
election would have been vastly
different. The South Dakotan was
last year's Democratic presidential
nominee.
Evangelist Billy Graham says It's
too early to make a moral judgment
on the Watergate case. But Graham
says he has confidence that
President Nixon will survive the
scandal and finish his term in
office.
HALPERIN SUIT
WASHINGTON (AP)- Dr.
Morton H. Halperin, former
national security aide whose home
telephone was tapped during a
White House search for news leaks,
filed a damage suit Thursday
against Dr. Henry Kissinger, his
former boss, other White House
aides and government officials.
Halperin alleged an FBI tap was
on his home telephone in 1969 and
1970 for a period of between eight
and 25 months.
Existence of the tap was
disclosed May 10, 1973 during the
Pentagon Papers trial when the
government said they had overheard
defendant Daniel Ellsbers in a
telephone conversation made for
Halperin's Bethesea, Maryland,
homw.
Halperin served as an aide to
Kissinger from May 1969 until
September 19 of that year.
Currently he is a senior fellow at
the Brooklngs Institution.
The suit alleged that some time
in the spring of 1969 Kissinger and
White House aides H. R. Haldeman
and John D. Ehrtichman decided to
conduct electronic surveillance of
certain employees of the National
Security Council, including
Halperin.
Kissinger then went to J. Edgar
Hoover, then Director of the FBI,
and asked him ."to have FBI or
other government agents install the
surveillance devices of plaintiff
Morton Halperin's home
telephone," the suit said.

MITCHELL NOT CLEAR
WASHINGTON (AP)- Former
Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell asked
in April "who It was that kept
bringing ... back and back and
back" plans to use wiretapping as
part of President Nixon's 1972
campaign.
Mitchell said he always issued
"absolute. final disapproval" of
sud plans when they came up at
meetllnes of Nixon campaign aides.
But Job Stuart Magruder told the
Senate Watergate Committee
Thursday that Mitchdell gave final
approval to bugging plans, Including
the use of electronic surveillance at
Democratic national headquarters
at the Watergate complex.
Of a scaled-down version of a
wiretapping and Intelligence plan
proposed by Watergate conspirator
G. Gordon Liddy. Magruder quoted
Mitchell as saying in effect, "let's
ive him (Liddy) a quarter of a
million and let's see what he comes
up with." Magruder was Mitchell's
deputy in the campaign.
Mitchell last April 20 said aso:
".,I wIl repeat what I said before,
that no such operations were
approved by me at any time under
any circumstances,"


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by Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP) Job Stuart Magruder detailed his own
role in the planning of the Watergate burlay Iad cover-up
Thursday, aid a close aide to H.R. Haldeman was informed all
the way, but that he had no knowledge President Nixon was
aware "of our errors in this matter."


"I don't think there ever was
any discussion that there
wouldn't be a cover-up," said
Magruder, the deputy director
of Nixon's re-election
campaign.
"If it had gotten out, and
people like (John) Mitchell and
others had been involved at
that point in time, I honestly
thought ... that the President
might lose the election."
It was the first time that the
Senate Watergate committee
heard directly from a
participant of how the burglary
and bugging of Democratic
Party headquarters was
planned and what went on in
high councils when it appeared
the full story might come out.
Magruder said G. Gordon
Liddy, since convicted of
criminal conspiracy, burglary
and wiretapping, presented
espionage plans at three
meetings last year the first
two attended by Atty. Gen.
John N. Mitchell and White
House counsel John W. Dean
Ill, Liddy and himself.
At the first meeting, on Jan.
27 in Mitchell's justice
department office, Magruder
said, Liddy's plan included
electronic surveillance,
wiretapping, photography,
kidnapping and using call girls.
"Now, what was the total
budget that he presented at
this meeting," asked
committee counsel Samuel
Dash.
Magruder: "Approximately
a million dollars."
APPALLED
Magruder said he, Mitchell
and Dean were appalled at the
scope and size of the project.
On Feb. 4, he said, at a
meeting attended by the same
group, Liddy pressed a
scaled-down plan costing half
that much.
Magruder said at each
occasion he forwarded a report
to Gordon Strachan, aide to
presidential chief of staff
Haldeman, at the White House.
He said Strachan also received
wiretap reports later.
"Everything that I did at the
committee, everything we did,
was staffed to Mr. Strachan so
that he could alert other
officials at the White House as
to our activities," Magruder
said.
At the second meeting
potential targets were discussed
with Mitchell, Magruder said.
The Democratic Party
Headquarters in the Watergate
office building was one because
"of information we had
relating to Mr. O'Brien that we
felt would be possibly
damaging to the Democratic
National Committee."
Lawrence F. O'Brien was
chairman of the Democratic
National Committee.
"We discussed the possibility
of using electronic surveillance
at the Fontainebleau Hotel (in
Miami Beach. Fla.) which was
going to be the Democratic
National Committee
Headquarters (at the
convention) and we discussed
the potential of using the same
method at the presidential
headquarters." Mitchell at
that point suggested breaking
into the office of Las Vegas.
Nev., newspaper publisher
Hank Grenspun a burglary
that never occurred, Magruder
testified.
Magruder said Strachan
received documents presented
at the meeting.
Between then and the third
gathering. Match 30. Magruder
said he had a run-in with Liddy
and fire him as counsel for the
Committee for the Re-election
of the President "but retained
him in the area of intelligence
gathering."
Magruder said ULiddy had
threatened to kill him. but that


he did not take the threat
seriously.
About that time, Magruder
said, presidential counsel
Charles Colson called "and
asked me in a sense would we
get off the stick and get the
budget approved for Mr.
Liddy's plans, that we needed
information particularly on Mr.
O'Brien."
On March 30, he said there
was another meeting with
Mitchell, this time at Key
Biscayne, Fla. Magruder said he
and Frederick Larue, a former
unpaid consultant and close
aide to Mitchell, discussed
some 30 decisions, the last of
which was the final proposal to
give Liddy a budget of
$250,000.
"I think I can honestly say
that no one was particularly
overwhlemed with the
project," Magruder said. "But I
think we felt that the
information could be useful
and Mr. Mitchell agreed to
approve the project...
"It was specifically approval
for initial entry into the
Democratic National
Committee Headquarters in
Washington, and at a further
date, if the funds were
available we would consider
entry into the presidential
contenders' headquarters and
also potentially at the
Fontainebleau Hotel in
Miami."
Magruder said he was unable
to reach Liddy to tell him of
the approval and notified
Strachan. He said he also told
treasurer Hugh W. Sloan Jr.
that $250,000 had been
authorized for Liddy.
Magruder was asked when
the concealment started.
COVER-UP BEGAN
"There is no question the
cover-up began on Saturday
when we realized there was a
break-in," he said."I don't
think there ever was any
discussion that there wouldn't
be cover-up. I did not
participate in any discussion
that indicated anything else.,
except at one point where we
possibly thought I might
volunteer to become the key
figure in the case."


Asked Sen. Howard H.
Baker Jr., (R-Tenn.):
"A historic decision to go
forward with this (bugging)
plan was followed by another
historic decision to cover it up
without any great debate or
discussion of the matter?"
"That's correct, sir ... if it
had gotten out that people like
Mitchell and others had been
involved at that point in time, I
honestly thought his
re-election would probably be
negated."
Q. Did it ever occur to you
at that time, ... there might be
other alternatives, that one of
them might be to report this
directly to the President, to the
FBI, make a clean breast of it,
that might have a less effect on
the election?
A. I think I felt if it ever
reached Mr. Mitchell before the
election that the President
might lose the election. I
thought that was the best
decision."
Magruder said Gordon
Strachan, aide to former
presidential chief of staff H. R.
Haldeman, participated in a
meeting June 19, two days
after the break-in, at which it
was decided that wiretap logs
should be destroyed.
Magruder, who was
second-in-command at the
President's Re-election
Campaign, said Strachan also
had been told of initial
planning meetings, and of a
final meeting at which Mitchell
approved the wiretapping.
Magruder also admitted that
he lied to a federal grand Jury
investigating the Watergate
case.
He told of a series of
meetings involving Mitchell and
others at which a cover story
was devised to claim that
money used for the
wiretapping operation actually
was spent on legitimate
campaign activities.
"The main participants
typically were Mr. Mitchell,
Mr. Larue, Mr. Mardian and
Mr. Dean," Magruder said.
Fedderick Larue and Robert
Mardian were sides to Mitchell
at the Committee for the
re-election of the President.
John W. Dean III was Nixon's
White House counsel, since
flaed.


WASHINGTON (AP)- A secret
list of so-far unnamed contributors
to President Nixon's re-election
campaign, reportedly destroyed
after the Watergate break-in, has
been at the White House all along.
The White House confirmed
Thursday that the list has been in
the possession of Rose Mary
Woods, Nixon's long-time personal
secretary, but said It was "never
shown to the President."
It had been learned from other
sources that a full accounting of
major contributors who gave to the
campaign prior to the April 7,
1972, exists despite sworn
testimony by Watergate figures that
all copies had been either lost or
destroyed. The new federal
campaign finance law went into
effect April 7.
The sources said the list contains
details of contributions of more
than $19 million donated before
April 7, including more than $14
million apparently raised in less
than a month before that date.
Also contained on the list are
coded-entries Indicating which
contributions were made in cash.
The total is more than SI million.
Various cash funds, drawn from
these currency contributions and
checks converted to cash, have been
identified at the source of financing
for espionage and sabotage in last
year's presidential campaign,
including the burglary and bugging
of Democratic Party headquarters.
Chief Nixon campaign fund
raiser Maurice H. Stans was asked at
the Senate Watergate hearings
Wednesday If he could identify the
pre-April 7 cash contributions. He
replied he recalled some and was
reconstructing a list of the
remainder from various sources.
NO LIST?
Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., (D.N.C.)
committee chairman, asked Stans
why there was no complete record
that could give the Information.
"Well, at one time, Mr.
Chairman, some of the records were
removed from the committee's files
and destroyed," the former
Commerce Secretary answered.
The list pinpoints the sources of
the money by names of individuals
and groups and identifies some
contributors as employees of
particular companies, the sources
said.
The companies listed include
leading oil, electronics and
automotive companies and some
important defence contractors,
they said.
The existence, at least at some
time in the past, of a list with this
information had been known since
a deposition given In a
campaign-related lawsuit was made
public several weeks ago.
In the deposition given to
lawyers for common cause, a
self-styled citizens' lobby seeking to
force disclosures about campaign
financing, Hush W, SIoa Jr. said
that the Nixon campaign raised
between SI to 2 million in cash but
said he knew of no survival records.
Sloan, former treasurer of the
Nixon finance campaign
committee, said he destroyed the
day-to-day log of Incoming cash,
but prepared a second sheet which
he turned over to Stans.

Nalgrder says Stains


was told of. Watergate
WASHINGTON (AP)--Jes Stuart
Magruder told the Senate Watergate
committee Thursday that Maurice
H. Stans was told in general terms
about the Watergate raid at a
meeting seven days after the
break-In. Stans testified Wednesday
he couldn't recallI the meeting.
The meeting, by Magruder's
account, took place June 24, 1972,
in the Nixon campaign office of
John N. Mitchell.
Magruder said the meeting came
about after Hugh W. Sloan Jr. had
left an earlier meeting in Mitchell's
office and gone to see Stans,
distressed after receiving no
substantial advice from Mitchell
about aspects of the break-in
affecting Sloan.
Mitchell was the Nixon campaign
director, Magruder was the deputy
director, Stans the chief fund-raiser
and Sloan the fund-raising
committee's treasurer.
Magruder said Stans called
Mitchell and came up for a meeting
Magruder added:
"It was not a long meeting. Stans
wanted to know what had
happened. We told him things had
not gone right.
"We did not say Mitchell or I
were involved In Liddy's activities,
but thinp had gone wrong and we
knew Liddy was involved and
Liddy would at some point have to
terminate." G. Gordon Liddy was
then counsel to Stans' fund-raising
committee and later was convicted
at the first Watergate trial.


y Frank Connier
WASHINGTON (A?)- A frutrlad Jhin Connally,
tedy mt off from reedy cese to Prseddent Nixon, plans to
resign oon o i WMte House post, Texas political sources
here rpord Thurday.


Since joining the Nixon staff
May 10 as unpaid, part-time
adviser, Conaly has had only
two private meetings with the
President and, the sources said,
their once-close relationship
has become somewhat strained.
Conally is mid to have
complained to friends that the
White House staff operation, in
the wake of Watergate-related
resignations, was a "screwed-vp
mess" and that he could not
function effectively.
One source, personally close
to the former Secretary of the
Treasury, said Conally was
likely to quit the White House
by mid-July.
It had been understood at
the outset that Conally
intended to serve as a Nixon
adviser for 60 to 90 days.
The White House said
Thursday Conally hopes soon
to embark on a 60-day trip
around the world with his wife.


Deputy press secretary
Gerald L. Warren, saying Nixon
values Conaly's advice, insisted
the two men have "a very close
relationship."
On Tuesday morning, it was
learned, Connally phoned
friends in Texas to express
satisfaction with the way
Nixon's temporary new
economic policy, announced
Wednesday night, was shaping
up. The former Democratic
Government of Texas, who
became a Republican last
month, was said to have
indicated there would be no
export controls on farm
products an important
consideration with wheat and
coritton interests in his native
state
RATHER GRIM
After attending a policy
planning session with Nixon
Tuesday afternoon, Conally
emerged looking preoccupied
and rather grim. Shortly
thereafter he boarded a plane
for TexMs. '

Congress for flexible authority
to impose export controls, on,
among other items,wheat,
cottonseed and cottonseed
products.
The fact that the President
and Conally have not renewed
their strong personal
relationship of 1971-72
apparently stems in part from
circumstances that surrounded
Connally's return to the
administration.
With the Watergate scandal
becoming an increasing
personal, burden, Nixon
summoned Connally to his Key
Biscayne, Fla,, home early last
month and offered him a
high-profile, permanent
position. Connally refused and,
some sources said, may have
angered the President, who
needed to recruit high-powered
talent as he rebuilt his shaken
administration.*


Connally did agree to be
available for consultation on ,
highly informal basis.
"Conally couldn't afford a
full-time job," one informant
said. "He's not as rich as many
people think. He has a lot of
assets, but also a lot of
liabilities."
DISMAYED
The one-time strong man of
the Nixon Cabinet was
dismayed, one source said,
when the White House made a
formal announcement that he
was becoming a special adviser
to Nixon. This was quickly
followed by published
speculation his private interests
might conflict with his public
responsibilities a
development that forced him
to sever ties with his law firm
and to resign from corporate
directorships.
Connally is said to have felt
he was mousetrapped by the
White House announcement.
Two sources said another
factor that entered into
Connally's thinking as he
returned to Washington was a
desire to avoid any connection
with the Watergate scandal a
posture not unreasonable for
one who is a potential bidder
for the 1976 GOP presidential
nomination.
Although it has been
reported the former Govemorr
is giving a little thought now to
1976 politics, an intimate
friend was quoted as saying
Connally is obsessed with the
subject.
One Texas political
operative said Connally's pride
was deeply wounded by his
relegation to a relatively minor
role in administration councils.
"You can criticize him or
disagree with him," the source
said, "but once you've hurt his
pride, you've lost him."


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EJbt Wribunt
N'mUU Am=C= JUm=A IN VHsA MAGsTU
Being Bound To Swe To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publifher/Editor 1903.1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Pubither/Editor 1917-1972
Constriburf qEditor 1972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PublifAer/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


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Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.



Going down, down, down!


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
A DISTINGUISHED aviation family in England gave the Out
Islands in the Bahamas the finest air service they have ever had.
It was far superior to any inter-island service among the
Caribbean Islands. The planes that fly between the islands in the
West Indies are small, box-like contraptions. The space between
the seats is so limited that you sit with your knees almost
touching your chin.
On an off-shoot route the planes are smaller still. For instance,
the flight from Antigua to Montserrat is by a plane that if I
remember correctly takes 8 to 10 people.
The Swires group provided the Bahamas Out Islands with
planes that they also used on the Nassau-Miami route. They were
large, comfortable with first class staff in attendance. Most
important of all, their aircraft was expertly serviced by a ground
crew.
When this company was pressed out of the Bahamas because of
loss of confidence in the Government nearly 1,000 Bahamians
lost their jobs.
This airline paid their staff high wages. I suppose that all the
people who lost their jobs when this operation ceased have found
other jobs ... but I know that many of them are not being nearly
as well paid as they were with Bahamas Airways.
Well ... you know the story too well for me to go over it here
today. The Government was pursuing its policy of pushing out
the foreigner to make way for inexperienced Bahamians.
You also know the kind of air service the Out Islands are
receiving today. Some islands are not being served at all.
Indeed the Acklins-Crooked Island-Long Cay group were
completely deprived of air and mail boat service for a long time.
The people at these islands' were on the verge of starvation
because they had been cut off from supplies from Nassau.
I would say that the Government seemed to show very little
concern for the plight of these people. They seem to be
inhumanely callous in their attitude towards islands that voted
for the Opposition.
You also know that a Bahamian airline was refused a licence by,
the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board to fly between the Bahamas and
the United States because of the company's "precarious"
financial situation, and because its management staff was "not
qualified", and it lacked "firm, economically feasible plans for
the proposed charter services to the U.S. and to 20 European
countries."
And now at last we have the long promised Bahamas
- flag-carrier. We hope that this means that we will now get good
inter-islhAd service and that some of those islands that were left
?kout in the cold will 'he brought back into communication with the
rest of the world.


The Out Island mail services have aiso deteriorated. The plight
of the Cat Island people was so bad on one occasion that the
people's old friend Sir Harold Christie, who represented the island
in the House of Assembly for many years before he retired from
politics, had to provide an emergency service to get food to the
people.
The medical services in the Out Islands have also gone down. A
boy died in one of the islands recently because, it was said, of
lack of medical attention.
* I wonder if the people in the Out Islands remember the
wonderful medical service they received from the late Dr. Stefan
George?
This service was financed by the Bay Street boys that the
Government say were the enemies of the people!

* The building construction industry has collapsed. The hotel
business is in trouble because "quality" tourists have kissed the
Bahamas good-bye.
Now the tourist ship business is going down.
At the height of the boom in Freeport Bahamas Cruise Lines
built a luxury cruise liner and named it Freeport. This ship was
specially designed for service to Grand Bahama. It ran cruises out
'-of Miamito Freeport and Nassau.
The company recently sold this ship and replaced it with the
22-year-old Ariadne which it renamed Freeport II. This ship is
-:about half the size of the original Freeport.
On its first trip in this service the Freeport 11 ran into trouble.
i, Thirty passengers booked for the cruise cancelled when they saw
it, saying that this was not the luxury liner that had been
advertised. They demanded and got their money back.
Three hundred tourists made the trip. They got as far as
. Freeport when the airconditioning broke down and the further
Strip to Nassau had to be cancelled. The 300 passengers spent a
* night in a hotel in Freeport and were flown back to Miami the
next day, all at the company's expense.

\ I wonder if the message is beginning to get through to people
: in the islands?
I was talking to a woman I met here a few days ago. She comes
from one of the Out Islands. She told me that everything is going
down, down,.down in the Out Islands. Money is very scarce and
the people are feeling the pinch. She said prices were going up
ansi the people were finding it difficult to make two ends meet.
I told her that prices were skyrocketing in Nassau too ... in
many cases as a result of taxes imposed by the Government.
I mentioned that my wife paid twice as much this year to
license her cars as last year.
"Twice as much!", she laughed. "Last year I paid $12.86. This
year it was $55 plus $5 for inspection. Last year I paid $1.43 for
a driver's licence. This year it was $5.
And just think of it ... out of this tax money some members of
the Cabinet have each taken an extra $2,000 a year as an
entertaining allowance!
All I can say is that somebody is crazy. It might be me, of
course, but I don't think so.

Minister of External Affairs Paul Adderley recently told a
capacity audience at The Teacher's College that "with 245 years
of uninterrupted legislative authority behind it, there will have
been few territories better prepared for independence than the
Bahamas".
The story was written for The 7Tribune by veteran
parliamentary reporter Nicki Kelly who observed that "the
Minister appeared unusually subdued and lacking his customarily
forceful tone".
I talk with my a e ,the phones every day when I am
briefed on the latest news.
I asked my daughter whether anything had happened to caus%.


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American visitor complains about
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tough C
AN AMERICAN visitor to
the Bahamas has complained to
Comptroller of Customs Caleb
Hepburn that she has been
caused "added expense and
inconvenience" by a customs
official at Bimini who refused
to allow an airline agent to
clear her baggage for her while
she was in Nassau.
Contacted this morning, Mr.
Hepburn said he had not
received the complaint.
However, he said that in the
circumstances outlined by The
Tribune the official in question
acted in accordance with
Customs Regulations.
Barbara J. Davies of Pacific
Palisades, California, wrote in a
letter to the Comptroller dated
June II:
"This is my first visit to the
Bahamas. I flew from Los
Angeles to Miami, and then
took Chalk's Airline from
Miami to Nassau. One of my
bags was left in Miami and
Chalk's Airline sent it on the
next flight to arrive in Nassau
at 6:30 p.m. today.
"The reason I am writing
this letter to you is that the
Chalk's Airline pilot was not
able to get my bag through
customs in Bimini. Evidently
the customs officer (I believe
his name is Rigby) would not


customs regulations


release the bag or send it with
Chalk's Airline saying the only
way it would be cleared
through customs was for the
owner to come and claim it
and be opened personally in
front of him.
"The bag is not locked and I
nad no objection to anyone
opening the bag to check it,
but I do have a very strong
objection to flying back to
Bimini from here to pick it up
when there must be x number
of officials here in Nassau that
could do the same.
"I need the contents of the
bag as I am leaving tomorrow
at 11 a.m. on a cruise and as I
have already been through
customs and immigration only
. this morning, I am most upset
at the added expense and
inconvenience this officer has
caused me.
"So much for the famed
Bahamian hospitality."
Copies of the letter were to
have been sent to Prime
Minister L 0. Pindling,
Tourism Minister Clement T.
Maynard and Chalk's Airline.
Mr. Hepburn said this
morning that the customs
official at Bimini could not
have cleared the bag unless
Mrs, Davies had given Chalk's
Airline written authorisation to


Mr. Adderley to appear subdued and unsure of himself.
"Only that he is now advocating policies that he fought
vehemently a year ago," she laughed. "He must realize that many
people still remember his fiery speeches for the Opposition."
**e**e***
Men can get away with this kind of behaviour in backward
communities. The people take a long time to wake up but when
they do ... it is serious.
A news despatch out of Bridgetown, Barbados reports that
Guyana is beset by labour unrest because of opposition to
Independence.
"A political crisis is brewing in the Windward Island of
Grenada over the question of independence," the report revealed.
Premier Eric Gairy led a government delegation to London last
month to continue talks with the British government on granting
full independence to the island.
At present, the report stated, Grenada is an Associated State
with Britain, an arrangement shared by several other Windward
and Leeward Islands under which the local government is fully
autonomous except in matters of defense and foreign affairs.
They have a constitution similar to that in the Bahamas today.
Gairy claims that Grenad is ready for independence. The
people are behind it, he contends, since it was made the main
issue in last year's general election which his ruling United Labour
Party (ULP) won 13 seats to two.
But it is now clear that the people didn't understand. They
wanted Gairy but they didn't understand that this meant
independence.
I believe that this is also true in the Bahamas. The people
wanted Mr. Pindling but as independence approaches I have a
feeling that many people who voted PLP are now concerned,
especially since they are beginning to realize that this meaningless
piece of decoration for their leaders' vanity will mean more and
more taxation to carry the addec load to the colony's fixed
expenditures.

Grenada has been rocked by strikes and anti-independence
demonstrations, including protests from high school students and
a strike by- nurses which was backed by same of the doctors in
the island.
"The most recent incident," the news despatch reports, "was
the shut-down for several hours of the island's only airport by
demonstrators over the Easter weekend." There was also a partial
two-day general strike.
But Mr. Gairy says that, since the people have already voted
him the power, he will ignore this new expression of public
feeling. He will break the last tie with Britain.

Another interesting bit that reflects growing confusion in West
Indian Commonwealth islands.
The islands have made several attempts to form some kind of
union. The first attempt was the Federation of the West Indies
which was initiated and sponsored by the British government in
an effort to make them a strong bargaining unit in this
hemisphere.
After a tour of the Caribbean, when I felt the pulse of the
people in the islands involved, I predicted that this movement
would fail. It did fail.
The latest attempt at some kind of union is in the form of a
Common Market agreement which is being signed this month.
Now Robert Lightbourn, a former Minister of Trade and
Industry in the government of Jamaica, is leading opposition to
the establishment of a Caribbean Common Market and
Community by August 1st.
The original Federation collapsed when Jamaica pulled out of
it. Will history repeat?

The other day I started to write a beief afticle on the
assassination of a Belgian and two American Ambassadors by
Black Septemberists in the Sudan.
I had hardly started when a surge of memories came rolling
back over the years and I ended up by writing at one sitting six
articles covering significant world and local events since the first
world war.
After these articles appeared I had a visitor from Freeport.
After looking around my bare Coral Gables apartment he
commented that he saw no library or reference files.
"How do you do it?", he asked. "I don't even see a
dictionary."
Very simple. I have learned how important it is to remember,
even small things.
People and especially whole communities go wrong
because they forget too many things that they should remember.


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
I remember, I remember,
The house where I was born,
The little window where the sun
Came peeping in at morn.


Our hands have mt. but not our hearts;
Our hands will never meet again.


- THOMAS HOOD


- THOMAS HOOD
"To a false friend"


act on her behalf in the matter.
He said the problem in this
case was complicated by the
fact that Chalk's Airline's
Florida-Bahama service
terminates for customs and
immigration purposes at
Bimini; the Bimini to Nassau


Seek kiglIr dity free all
THE CHAMBER of Mr. Ge
Commerce of the Americas is Cra bei
to ask the support of Florida Chambel
Congressman Dante Fascal in director.
trying to obtain a revision in The I
the duty free allowance delegatic
permitted returning residents question
of the United States. allowance
The Chamber, which residents
recently concluded its 23rd Caribbea
annual general meeting in conferen
Tampa, Florida, would like to resolution
see the $500 duty free matter la
allowance for purchases Atteni
restored. The present were rep
allowance is $100. countries
The Bahamas Chamber of Aruba a
Commerce was represented by Sturas
its president Holland Smith, Btates,
accompanied by Mrs. Smith. Bermuda
Mr. Smith is one of the the we
directors of the Chamber of June 6.
Commerce of the Americas and


Four Americans


flight, he said, is treated as a
domestic flight and is not
subject to customs and
immigration inspections. The
bag would have to be cleared in
Bimini, he said, either by the
owner or by some person with
written authorisation from the
owner.


lewUce

nau of the Freeport
r is an alternate

Bahamas and Jamaica
>ns again raised the
of duty free
es permitted U.S.
s returning from the
n. and asked the
ce to pursue the
n passed on this
ast year.
Jing the conference
)resentatives from 12
s including Colombia,
and Surinam, British
s, Panama, United
Jamaica, Haiti and
meeting was held during
k of June 3 through


to resign

THE EDITOR. The Tribune.
The Opposition of this
country must become united if
democracy is to succeed here.
Kendal Isaacs can kid
himself that he was a unifying
factor in the FNM but this was
never the case and never could
be with him as leader. Most
FNM supporters expect him to
cross over the floor of the
House and join the PLP where
he would feel more at home.
I have no doubt that if a
meeting were to be held in
Montagu to determine if Mr
Isaacs had the support of his
constituents no more than 40
of his 1000 plus votes would
back him. If Mr. lsaacs wants
to unify the Opposition he
must do the only honourable
thing and resign his seat in the
House and put a strong leader
in his place.
Come July 10 Mr. lsaacs will
have his "identity" which he so
badly wanted only a few years
ago. Mr. lsaacs, RESIGN your
seat and give it back to the
FNM.
FED UP WITH ISAACS
Nassau,
June 14.


get stiff fines


for bringing in marijuana
By SIDNEY DORSETT
FOUR AMERICANS, separately charged before Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules with
possessing dangerous drugs, were fined a total of $1,600 Tuesday after being apprehended by


police on Friday.
The four, Mrs. Maybelle
Elizabeth Day, 26, Debra Jean
Wehrle, 23, John Stephen
Edwards, 25, and Stephen
Rehfield, 25, pleaded guilty.
Day, a 615 Normandy Drive,
Norman, Massachusetts dancer
who arrived here with her
husband was arrested at the
airport after a Customs officer
found two plastic bags in her
luggage containing a quantity
of marijuana, hashish and
smoking implements. She
pleaded guilty.
She was fined $650 or six
months in prison. Represented
by attorney Henry Bostwick,
Day was here on a brief visit
before journeying on to
Eleuthera. he said.
Mr. Bostwick said that Day
had obtained the hashish and
marijuana in Jamaica and had
it for her own personal use. He
said that she had it especially
for her trip to Eleuthera.
Mr. Hercules said that
should anyone come before
him with an explanation that
they intended using it on their
trip, they would be making a
trip to "Fox Hill."
He noted that "five years
ago, when I came here, this was
uncommon ... you cannot sit in
court for 30-minutes without
hearing one case of this type
now."
He fined Day $650 or six
months.
He also fined Miss Wehrle, a
Perpall Tract dancer $300 or
three months for having three
envelopes of the drug. Police
officers found the marijuana in
her apartment during a
search-raid Saturday. She
pleaded guilty and said that in
a statement which she gave
police, she had not told the
truth.
Originally from New York,
she said in her statement that
the drugs had been purchased
from a man who approached
her during the Friday night
Goombay jump-in dance on
Bay Street.
"I was keeping it for
somebody else. My boyfriend
had driven me home in his car
and a friend of his had left it
inside the car. I took it out of
the car so that he would not
run into nay trouble, intending
to throw it away the next
morning, but I never was able
to get rid of it, the police came
when I was still asleep," she
admitted this morning.
"Greater love hath no other
woman than this as she hath
laid down her life for her
boy-friend. I hope he loves you
equally," the magistrate said as
he imposed the fine.
Edwards was fined $S30 for
having four reefers w.th him
when he arrived. He had in fact
attempted to declare the drug
at the Customs stand, Insp.
Hugh Burke told the court.
"I suppose he felt he was
coming to some primitive place
where he thought he would tell
the Customs officer he had
some marijuana and they
would say 'okay'," the
magistrate said.
Edwards was represented by
attorney Nigel Bowe who said
that his client was merely being
honest with the officer after he
remembered that the drug was
in a coat pocket. He had
forgotten to remove the reefers
and only remembered they


were in the coat pocket while
midway in his flight here from
Miami.
Edwards, a car-dealer of
4417 Powell Ave, Baltimore,
Maryland, pleaded guilty.
Also represented by Mr.
Bowe was Rehfield of 2962
Pustal Del Sol, Santa Barbara
California, who was arrested
after denying that he had
anything to declare.
Customs offi-er Sheila
McDonald, however, found in a
coat pocket six marijuana
cigarettes, Insp. Burke said. Mr.
Bowe told the court that he
had also forgotten to remove it
from the pocket of his coat
after having obtained them in
Jamaica.
Fining him $350 or three
months, the magistrate said "it
is a pity that this thing makes
them so very forgetful."


$25,000 scholarship

lift ky Barclays
THE Cabinet Office
announced today that the
Bahamas Government has
accepted the offer of 10,000
(approximately $25,000) from
Barclays Bank International on
the occasion of independence.
The capital sum is to be
invested, and the annual
income used to finance a
Bursary to be known as
Barclay's Bursary. Other details
of the Scholarship Fund will be
announced later.
"On behalf of the people
and Government of the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas," a cabinet office
spokesman said, "the Prime
Minister, the Hon. Lynden 0.
Pindling, has acknowledged
with thanks


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begins on Monday

By DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
FOR THREE WEEKS, beginning June 18 there is a sale at
laeoer's that bnmorous oas of gracious, exciting living at
Mmket and Ki Streets..


As awareness of the good
life has developed and
percolated through a large
segment of the population of
the Bahamas interior design has
developed as a respected
profession. No longer is it a
service which caters only to a
rich elite.
Interiors has qualified
designers on its staff who will
handle anything from
upholstering a chair to a big
contract job for a whole house
or apartment building.
As in other countries up
until a few years ago few
Bahamians saw the necessity to
employ an interior decorator.
People would rely on their own
taste and execution. However
as the pressures of modern life
and work increased and as
people were able to accumulate
a little money the importance
of the home environment to
enhance the quality of living
and employment of precious
leisure hours also increased.
The householder who is sure
of his/her tastes and knows
exactly what he/she wants may
ask, "Why do I need an interior
decorator?"
The interior decorator
would probably reply: "Why
do you need a doctor or a
lawyert"
COMPLICATED
Interior design is a
complicated field of
knowledge. The designer must
take into consideration form,
proportion, scale, balance and
unity. He nWst analyze a
room's architecture, study
exposure, desirable lighting,
traffic patterns, colour balance.
' He comes armed with a body
of knowledge of furniture
periods, new designs and
materials and what these can
accomplish. He must consider
objectively the kind of life a
family lives and how besi to
create the best environment for


the fullest enjoyment of this
life.
The danger of the
do-it-yourselfer is that no
matter .ow ;mpeccable or
decided your taste the
professional has a much higher
statistical probability of
executing YOUR tastes. Thus
in the long run he is more
likely to prevent you making
costly mistakes.
The three weeks of Interior's
sale is a good opportunity for
those who have never visited
Interior's to get acquainted.
The sale is a genuine one.
Annually Interior's have a
turnover of stock in order to
introduce the latest in designs,
colours and trends. Forbes
magazine calls home
furnishings, "perhaps the
hottest growth field in the
1970's".
There are some lovely
mahogany pieces on sale in the
old sea captains' style with
brass trim and brass recessed
handles. There are some
beautiful white Italian bunk
beds which, when dressed with
sheets and pillowcases in super
motifs (also on sale), make a
stunning combination which
would fit in with any existing
decoration.
UNITS
Also on sale are White
Danish stacking units which
can be added to or subtracted
from and which can convert a
whole wall or a section of
unused wall into an attractive
storage unit.
Also beautiful are the Casa
Pupo Spanish woven rugs,
which are exclusively at
Interior's. They usually retail
at $80, $160 and $240.
There are some lovely
upholstered chairs, some
carpetting and a few wicker
pieces left.
There are white table and
chairs for the garden, pool or


patio which have the good
looks of wrought iron but the
easy upkeep of plastic.
Of course there are also
lamps and other accessories.
There are bed linens the
luxurious Fieldcrest line on
sale. Because of their superb
design and texture these can be
used as the basic design of a
bedroom e.g., drapes may be
made out of sheets to
coordinate with your bed
dressed in Fieldcrest sheets and
pillowcases.
The Fieldcrest line nf towels
is alqo the ultimate in luxury.
On sale are towels made in a
new fibre which is extremely
water absorbent. These are
especially rich in texture and
looks and come in gorgeous
dual toned colours in green,
pink, gold, beige and blue.
All the bathroom accessories
are on sale at Interior's and
would make lovely Christmas
gifts if you don't feel justified
in indulging yourself at the
moment. There are dainty
miniature soaps and guest


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towels, many vanity trays with
mirror, powered soap and
bowl and a demitasse
potpourri.
Did you ever consider
Interior's for toys? I didn't
before but they have a fine line
of sturdily-made English toys
by Gait. These are
competitively-priced, on sale,
of superb quality and nearly all
educational. There are lots of
paints, paint sets, weaving sets
and other art works, children's
wicker chairs and
strongly-made wooden toys. I
saw a beautifully made doll's
house which I'm sure would
outlast by a generation the
usual metal or plastic ones -
also a wooden contraption
which is a see-saw one side and
a rolling seat the other.
TIDES
TIDES: High 7:23 a.m. and
7:28 p.m.
SUN
SUN: Rises 5:20 a.m. Sets
7:01 p.m.


PLEASE ION'T

TAKE TIE PLANTS

THE MINISTRY of Health
is concerned about the removal
of freshly planted trees and
shrubs from the Royal Victoria
Hotel gardens and from the
East/West Highway. The
improvement and
beautification of these two
areas for Independence is
almost complete and only
needs a few trees and shrubs to
finish the job, but this will be
made impossible if members of
the public continue to remove
trees and shrubs as they are
planted, a Bahamas Tourist
News Bureau release said
today.
"The Ministry is
therefore issuing an earnest
appeal to members of the
public to discontinue this
practice and to report any
persons who are observed
doing so to the police," the
'release said


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l Magistrate fives student British-American's Easthill office win honour status


POOR FREEPORT BOY GETS

BLACK VELVET SCHOLARSHIP
YOUNG VINCENT CAREY had dropped out of high
school at Freeport due to the fact that his parents could no
longer afford to pay the school fees at Freeport High.
Vincent's father is a fisherman and his mother a domestic
worker. His plight was discovered by Mr. Nickas Constant,
marketing director for Heublein (Bahamas) Limited.
Heublein International Ltd., who acquired a Black Velvet
Scholarship for him back at his High School. The High
Rock student is shown receiving his $200 cheque from Mr.
Constant, while Mr. Hugh Davies, Freeport High
headmaster thanks Mr. Constant and Gilbeys Canada
Limited for their fine public spirit.


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- 20th JUNE


conditional discharge on



assault on woman charge


By SIDNEY I
A PLANTOL STREET college
23-year-old woman who had ex
display of affection for her, receive
he appeared before magistrate I
morning.
The magistrate, who later
fined a New Senior High
School teacher, Mr. Michael
Johnson $30 on a similar
charge although he had
intended to "pity him and give
him a conditional discharge"
said that he did not like
causing "students to have
criminal records."
Magistrate Osadebay issued a
conditional discharge to
Dudley Moxey, 19, a senior
year student at Nebraska
Southern College majoring in
"social welfare" after he
pleaded guilty to hitting Miss
Mildred Tucker in the head
with a beer bottle and causing
a "minor wound."
He was accused of touching
the woman as she sat on her
porch having her hair plaited.
Denying that he ever "touched
her up" he said that it was the
actions of a friend of his whom
he had accompanied to her
house.
He said he had recently
arrived home for the summer
holidays from college and was
not very familiar with the
woman as she had recently
moved into his neighbourhood.
CALLED 'SISSY'
She had insulted him and
called him a "'issy" and also
made references to his mother,
he told the court. He hit her
with the beer bottle after they


had argued, he said.
The argument resulted from
her mistaking him as the
person responsible for
attempting to fondle her, he
;aid. The six months
:onditional discharge was also
landed out with further
comments from the magistrate
who wished it to be noted that
the youth was not the son of
Deputy Prime Minister A. D.
Hanna, to whom, he said he
had also .ven a "ccpditional
discharge" some time ago.
"If it was the Deputy Prime
Minister's son it would have


DORSETT
student accused of assaulting a
pressed disgust at his public
ed a conditional discharge when
Emmanuel Osadebay Thursday

been headlined on the front
page of the newspaper," he
said.
The magistrate recalled the
September 21 incident
involving 2 1-year-old Dion
Hanna, son of the Deputy
Prime Minister. (But, what the
magistrate forgot was that he
did not issue Hanna a
"conditional discharge" as
stated by him. Hanna was
"absolutely discharged" when
he appeared before the
magistrate charged with using
obscene language and resisting
arrest because Magistrate
Osadebay said "a conviction
could mar his future.")
He said he did not care for
politicking as had been
suggested by the media's
coverage of the case.
Hanna, at the time of his
discharge was on vacation from
the University of the West
Indies in Barbados, where he
was recently charged with
possession of dangerous drugs.
The magistrate changed his
mind about issuing a
conditional discharge to the
New Senior High School
teacher who was charged with
assaulting Paula Kemp on
March 22 after an argument.
SLAPPED HER
He said that he had slapped
the woman after she and others
had attempted to gang him
when he went to collect his
clothes from a tailor's shop.
He said that when he went
to the shop, several Haitians
were standing inside the door
and he asked them to let him
enter. He was shoved into a
sewing machine and injured.
He said when he began
fighting, they all ran with the
exception of the woman whom
he had slapped.
Maybe he had approached
the -Haitians in an arrogant
manner the magistrate
suggested. Johnson said that he
was not "prejudiced."


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The British edition of Vogue Magazine will feature a 25-page
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Issue. Model Joanna Woodley is photographed in a beautiful
peacock blue evening gown by Susan Small, who will design
Princess Anne's wedding gown, In the Shopping Mall at the
Nassau Beach Hotel by Jim Wilson. Coordinating the assignment
in Nassau is Vogue Retail Sales Editor, Margaret Kelt, who wilP be
writing a travel article about the Bahamas. The group, who are
guests at the Nassau Beach Hotel, will be shooting In and around
Nassau for two-weeks.


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THE BRITISH-AMERICAN
Insurance Co. Ltd., announced
today that its East-hill District
Office located on Robinson
Road had achieved the
distinction of being an
"Honour District" during the
company's fiscal year 1972.
Honour District status is
awarded to British-American's
District Sales Offices which
meet the required high
standard of performance and
objectives set by the directors
at the beginning of each fiscal
year. Rudolph Charlow,
Superintendent of Agencies,
stated that Lester Carroll and
his Robinson Road team had
achieved outstanding success in
all phases of their operations
for the year ending March 31st.
The Halcyon Balmoral Hotel
was the scene on Saturday
evening, June 9, of a cocktail
party and formal banquet given
by British-American to honour
the staff of the Easthill office,
including their wives and
husbands. All company officers
and their wives were present at
this event.
Mr. Laurence F. Lee Jr.,
Chairman of the Board, in a
special message to the Honour
District staff said, "A District
operation is only as good as the
men and women who make it
work. People are the important
ingredient. In earning the
Honour District Badge of
distinction you of the Easthill
District have brought honour
to your company, to the
leadership that your manager
and staff managers have given
you, and most important, to
yourselves. My hearty thanks
and congratulations go out to
each one of you for the fine
contribution you have made to
the progress of our company in
fiscal 19_"2.-.._..


EASTHILL HONOUR DISTRICT TEAM: Left to Right:
SEATED: Mrs. Val Winter, Mr. Lester Carroll, Manager,
Miss Gloria Glinton, and Mrs. Edna Campbell. STANDING:
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WOULD YOU HAVE DONE BETTER ?


NOW and again, Bridge
columns contain bidding
problems or quizzes. These are
often entertaining, and
sometimes enlightening, but
because there are no actual
competitors to bid against, the
whole exercise seems academic
and arid, and removed from
the atmosphere of the arena.
Today I bring you some
bidding problems which arose
in actual play at a recent local
duplicate tournament. It so
happened that most of the
other hands were fairly 'flat';
that is, they produced great
uniformity of results, so that
there was little to choose
between one pair and another.
But the three hands which
follow all contained the
potential for gaining an
outright 'top'. Put yourself in
the place of the South player
in each case, and if you make
the correct decision at the
crucial point of the auction,
you can assure yourself that,
other things being equal, you
would have done well in the
tournament. Here is the first
hand.
Q2
K J65
Q 105
J 1054
Neither side is vulnerable. Your
partner deals, and opens I
Spade. You decide to respond
INT, as in practice I'm sure
you would. Now partner says 2
Diamonds. You take another
look at your hand. Your
original INT was a maximum,
and your holding in the unbid
suits is good enough to warrant

'ALLIES MOST FORMIDABLE
OPPONENT' DIES AT 85
IRSCHENHAUSEN, GERMANY
(AP) Former Field Marshall Erich
Von Manstein, who masterminded
Nazi Germany's 1940 blitzkreig
conquest of France, died on
Sunday, his family reported. The
cause of his death was not
disclosed. He was 85.
Called "the allies most
formidable opponent" by British
military historian B. 1. Liddell
hart, Manstein in early 1943
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A year later, as Soviet forces
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a bid of 2NT Partner now
bids 3 Clubs. You have to find
a bid, with the auction so far
having gone:
North South
IS I NT
2 D 2NT
3C ?
You'll find the complete deal
and my comments at the end
of this column. Now for the
second of the three hands.
At Game to your side,
partner again deals. You hold:


AK
J8542
AQJ54
To partner's opening
you respond 2 Diamo
replies with a bid of 3
which indicates that hi
better than minimum
Spades are long and
You temporise with a
forcing bid of 4 Clubs.
4 Spades. What nov
auction has gone:
North
IS
3 S
4S
The last of the troul
trio is coming up. Bo
are vulnerable, and yo
as dealer:
KQJ 7
A
AKQ92
1094


Whether you 'reverse' or
whether you don't, you have a
natural bid of 1 Diamond.
(Many of the pairs who bid
these cards were using a I Club
system, but as most of them
came to grief, let's get you to
bid in a 'standard' fashion.)
Over your I Diamond, partner
produces the exciting bid of 2
Hearts. This shows a minimum
of 16 points, and is forcing to
Game. Doing what comes
naturally, you rebid 2 Spades.
He now says 3 Clubs. So all
four suits have been bid, you
are at the 3-level already and
nothing has been agreed. You
feel sure that partner would
have supported either of your
suits if he could, so you assume
he has a more or less,
unbalanced 2-suiter. Your maiak


concern is controls. In a
Blackwood sequence, he shows
2 Aces and one King. You have
to bid after the fallowis
exchanges:
South North
ID 211
2S 3C
4 NT 5H
5 NT 6 D

Back to the first hand; here
is the complete deal:
A9864
none
A842
AQ73


K7
AQ943
J93
862
Q2
K J65
Q 105
J 1054


J 1053
10872
K 7 6 2
K 976
K9


else .
The final deal:
A2
Q19752
3
AKQ3


10954
43
j8654
62


863
K 1086
107
J87S


KQJ7
A
AKQ92
1094
The losing bids were 6C, 6D,
6 H and 6NT. A few tumie
souls stayed in 3NT. If you
wanted to do exceptionally
well here, you had somehow to
find your way to an
unbreakable 6 Spades. This
would have earned you a clear
'top'. Blackwood places the
Ace of Spades for you, and it is
most unlikely that North has a
singleton Spade. In the play,
you have to ruff just one
Diamond in dummy, and you
can then draw trumps and run
for home.


I Spade,
)nds. He
Spades,
s hand is
and his
strong.
i further


He says As you can see, the
w? The unimaginative and stultifying
bid of 3NT was properly
South punished on the inevitable
2 D Heart lead. Almost every pair
4 C had a poor minus score.
? Unfortunately, you can't pass
blesome 3 Clubs, but 4 Clubs would
th sides have been passed by North,
mu hold, and can be made by careful
play. But even 1 down would
have been a very good result.
Here is hand number 2:


AKQJ 52
754
A
632


6
J 9863
KQ 102
K97
3
AK
J8542
AQJ54


109874
Q 102
976
108


Most pairs used Blackwood
at this stage, and found
themselves either in 6 Spades,
which fails against the bad
trump break, or 6NT, which is
hopeless. If you bid 5 Clubs,
asking partner to choose
between 5 C and 5D, he will
pass, and you will get a fine
result. You also do well by
passing.ASpdes. But nobody


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A CULMERVILLE youth,
who seriously injured a friend
during a 3:30 p.m. fight at a
rum and records party at Apple
Street on June 2, was
imprisoned for three months
by Chief Magistrate Wilton
Hercules Tuesday.
John Wilson, who pleaded
not guilty to wounding Calvin
Cooper of Smith's Lane, off
Wulff Road, told the court that
Cooper had threatened to beat
him up like he had done
before.
He was accused of cutting
Cooper four times in the head
with a cutlass and several other
times on the arm and waist.
Cooper testified that Wilson
had attacked him with the
cutlass after he asked him why
he had slapped another friend,
Paul Williams who was with
them while they were drinking
and playing records.
He said that Wilson had
grabbed a bottle and pursued
his friend, Williams, who hid
himself inside his house. After
chasing Williams, he said that
Wilson went off but later
returned with a cutlass and
attacked him with it. He had to
be taken to hospital where he
was treated and discharged. His
wounds also prevented him
from working he said.
Williams told the court that
he did not witness the attack
by Wilson on Cooper. He said
that he had been hiding inside
his house during the attack and
did not come outside until
after it ended.
He said, however, that
Wilson had attacked him first
for no reason at all. He denied
having insulted Wilson. He had
been slapped twice and pushed
down by Wilson he told the
court. While inside the house,
he said he heard somebody
shout "you already chopped
him twice, don't chop him
anymore."
Wilson had given a statement
to the police, Insp. Hugh
Burke, prosecuting, told the
court.
Police constable Whitney
Wright who had seen the
accused read his statement
which said that he had been
drinking with Paul' Williams
and Leslie Smith and Calvin
Cooper at Apple Street. He
slapped Williams during an
argument and Cooper said he
"didn't like it."
In his statement he said he
took the cutlass from Jimmy's
Upholstery and cut Cooper
with it.
POLICE CHIEF CAUGHT
IN OWN TRAP
LONDON, JUNE 15 (AP)-
Retired police Chief Constable
Harry Sanders, who helped
introduce radar speed traps to
Britain, was fined 10 pounds 25
dollars Thursday for speeding.
Sanders, 59-year-old former Head
of Blackpool police, was caught in a
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t THREE Americans were
yesterday fined 5S,000 each
with an alternative one-year
prison term after they pleaded
guilty in the Supreme Court to
unlawful possession of 1,200
pounds of marijuana worth
almost half a million dollars.
Pleading guilty were Daniel
Paul Cormier, 37, of Fort
Lauderdale, Richard
Constantine, 23, and Ernesta
Villoch, 27, of Massachusetts.
The three were arrested at
Matthew Town, Inagua, on
April 23.
They had arrived at Inagua
aboard a boat laden with 24
large bags full of the drug.
Two women, who were
initially charged with the men,
Cormier's wife Kaye, 30, and
Sheila Winterberg, 27, both of
Fort Lauderdale, were
discharged when no evidence
was offered against them.
Defence attorney Henry
Bostwick told Mr. Justice
Samuel Graham that the
accused came to the Bahamas
"not by design, but by fate."
He said they were on their
way from Jamaica to the U.S.
when bad weather forced them
to put in at Matthew Town.
One of the accused, Villoch,


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Former GHS teacher presents

'Up with People' programme


JOHN Y. REID OF NASSAU
instructor at the Universty of
luncheon meeting Tuesday.
The luncheon was held at
the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel, where Mr. Reid as a
Yale University undergraduate
spent the summer of 1964
employed as a lifeguard.
The subject of his talk was
"Up With People", an
independent, non-profit
educational corporation which
produces a highly mobile,
large-scale musical show with a
case of over 300 high school
senior university freshman men
and women drawn from the
United States and 30 other
countries. Mr. Reid has been
seconded from the University
of Arizona to tour with one
unit of the overall cast and to
conduct classes enroute for
enrolled members. The
University of Arizona is
responsible for the
administration of the "UP With


U, former Government High School teacher and presently an
Arizona, addressed the Rotary Club of Nassau at its weekly


People" educational
programme.
Mr. Reid illustrated his
presentation with a 17-minute
film condensed from a
$500,000 hour-long "special"
produced on the entire CBS
network last April.
TWO THINGS
Opening his address, Mr.
Reid said, "For the past five
years, I have been teaching in
high schools and universities.
In that time I have been
especially struck by two
things: the ever increasing
cynicism of the young and the
lack of real, effective
education.
"The cynicism, of course,
stems from a myriad of causes:
in the U.S., the war in Viet
Nam, racial tensions, and the
displacing of human values by
material values, to name a few.


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"The failure of education to
be effective stems in large part
from the failure of educators
to make firm connections
between the classroom
experience and the rest of the
student's life.
"Up With People' is designed
to combine the best of
academics through mobile
education and world travel
with relevant social
involvement. Various musical
productions are its principal
form of communication. The
main 'Up With People' show is
a two-hour kaleidoscope of
original music (rock, jazz,
country and folk) with
choreographed staging. Since
its incorporation in 1968, over
two thousand young people
between 17 and 25 have
participated in the programme.
BUSIEST IN WORLD
"Those young people are
among the busiest in the world.
Not only do they perform, but
they do all their own
stagework, moving and setting
up a full nine or ten tons of
equipment, everything from
the stage set to elaborate
lighting and sound systems.
They have these responsibilities
in addition to their studies.
While travelling the students
live in private homes wherever
they go. This is an education in
itself when one considers the


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variety of places they end up
in.
"In a year's time they do
150 to 200 performances,
complete eight or ten academic
courses, travel fifteen to
twenty thousand miles, and
talk to several thousand
individuals in a hundred
different towns and three or
four countries. They go into
schools or campuses for
workshops and do special


shows for prisoners in
penitentiaries, or for patients
in hospitals and nursing
homes."
"Up With People", Mr. Reid
said, has played at the White
House at the invitation of
President Nixon before the
Cabinet and 48 Governors, has
been received by His Holiness
Pope Paul VI, by President
Kenyatta of Kenya and by
President Leone of Italy.
TO 28 COUNTRIES
Among 28 countries visited,
often at the invitation of the
government concerned, have
been France, Belgium,
Germany, Norway, England,
Canada, Tanzania, Ethiopia,
Bermuda, Japan, Australia,
Argentina and Uruguay.
The show has appeared on
national television in 19
countries.
Mr. Reid expressed strong
hopes that the Bahamas can
become involved with "Up
With People", either through
the enrollment of young
Bahamians in the cast, or
through the visit of a unit to
perform in Nassau and
Freeport, with possible visits of
smell sub-groups to Family


Islands schools.
Mr. Reid was introduced by
Rotarian M. Oakley Bidwell,
his step-father.


Criminal eases traversed

to the July session:


CASES involving murder,
kdamppnl, rape nd killing in
the coumre of dangrous
drivias, all scheaed for trial
in the April Seedom of the
Supreme Court Criminal
Aizes, were Wednesday
travemd to the July Session.
Haitian Wilie John will
stand trial for the March 5
murder of fellow Haitian
Milton Charles at Freeport.
Spurgeon Dames and Leroy
McLean will face charges of
attempted extortion, assault
with deadly instruments,
possession of firearms with
intent to commit a felony and
of burglary in connection with
the February 15 kidnapping of
four-year-old Andrea Spencer


in Freeport.
Joshua Knowles will answer
charges of raping a woman at
Grand Bahama on March 2.
Barrigton North will be
tried for allegedly killing Terry
Kemp in the course of
dangerous driving at the Qume
Elizabeth Sports Centre on
June 21 last year.
REZIHNEV: 'WATERGATE
WILL NOT AFFECT TALKS',
MOSCOW (AP)- Soviet Wiad*
Leonid tezhnev oa Thamada
brushed aside suggestions that the
Watergate scandal might interfere
with his smmit talks in
W shinston with President Nion.
"It does not enter my mind to
think of whether Mr. Nixon has lost
or gined any influence because of
the affair." Brezhnev said


WANTED

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_FOR: NASSAU
APPLY:
iNS IIAL IhhUAIfU.UI.
18-20 PEMBROKE STREET,
PORT OF SPAIN,
TRINIDAD.


FATHER'S


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Suggestion: _LAWN IOWERS


MODERNISTIC
GARDEN &
PET SUPPLY
,kadeira Street Shopping Centre
P.O. Box 5790 Tel. -2-2868


JOHN REID INTRODUCES "UP WITH PEOPLE" TO ROTARIANS. Mr. Reid, former
GHS teacher, addressed the Nassau Rotary Club Tuesday at its weekly Sheraton British
Colonial luncheon. Right to left are Rotarian M. Oakley Bidwell, who Introduced his
step-son; Rotary President John Morley (partially obscured by lecturer); Mr. Reid and
President-Elect A.D. (Bill) Farquharson.


Ti tAHUAS MAE SOCIETY

The Annual General Meeting of The
Bahamas Humane Society will be held in
the New Providence Room,
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel on
Wednesday, 27th June, 1973, at 5:15 p.m.


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APPOINTED

L1 STAR STAFF

MANAGER
RICHARD MUNROE of
Holmes Rock, Grand Bahama
has been appointed. Staff
Manager of District 3, Star
Insurance Co., Ltd., it was
announced today by Sherain
MUNROE W. Thompson, Assistant
General Manager of the
company.
Headquarters office of
District 3 is at Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Bahama. District
10 W11:S Manager is James M. Pinder.

SMr. Munroe joined Star
Insurance at Grand Bahama as
a sales representative on May 6,
1968. He was born at Andros
on June 23, 1940 and :'was
TIMMY educated in Andros schools. He
CLIFF is married to the former Miss
Lottie Parker of Holmes Rock.
-I They have four children.
M R. Munroe is
Superintendent of the Holmes
Rock Chapel Sunday School.
AND 10:10 MARTIN CONFIRMED AS U.S.
AMBASSADOR TO S. VIET
WASHINGTON (AP) The
United States Senate confirmed
Thursday the nomination of
Graham A. Martin to be
vaa hn ambassador to South Vietnam.
HELD OVER!! Martin is a former American
Sunder 17 admitted, ambassador to Thailand and Italy.
Martin will succeed ambassador
lElfsworth Bunker in the Saigon
diplomatic nost.


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from 10 p.m. until ...
CANTONESE DINING FROM 7 P.M.
NO COVER e NO MINIMUM


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itinee starts at 2:00
I'T RAISE THE BRIDGE, Cc
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Lewis, Jacqueline Pearce
PLUS
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BALLOON" G.
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s Saturday Night 9:00
ly Matinee starts at 2:00
Evening 9:00
CANDY SNATCHERS" R.
rany Boiling, Ben Piazza
PLUS
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Connery, Daniela Blanchi
ne udr 17 wll be admitted,


Saturday Only
intinuous Showings
from 3:00
"HELL IN THE
PACIFIC" G.
Lee Marvin
Toshiro Mifune
PLUS
"GHOST & MR.
CHICKEN" G.
Don Knotts
Joan Staley
PLUS Late Feature
Saturday night.


SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
MATINEE STARTS AT 1:15
THE MOLLY MAGUIRES"
Starring
EAN CONNERY RICHARD HARRIS
-PLUS-
"HOUR OF THE GUN"
Starring
~ASON ROBARDS JAMES GARNER
NOW SHOWING
Except Sat. Matinee, Evening 8: 30-'Phone 3-4666
Sunday continuous from 4:30


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PAPINTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.


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Campbell-De Gregory


Antoinette Patrice
DeGregory, daughter of Mrs.
Thresa DeGregory of Freeport,
and Peter DeGregory of West
End, became the bride of
Allision Ricardo Campbell, son
of Mr. and Mm. Kilroy
Campbell of Nassau in a double
ring ceremony on Sunday May
6, at Christ The King Church in
Freeport.
The wedding ceremony was
performed by Father Foster
Pestaina. The bride who was
given in marriage by her uncle
Senator Orville Turnqucst,


wore a white gown of silk
organza and imported lace, a
white bridal picture hat and
carried a bouquet of white
orchids and Stephanotis.
Mrs. Anita Doherty, sister
of the bride, was matron of
honour, while Sterling
Campbell, brother of the
groom served as bestman. Craig
DeGregory and Dwight
DeGregory were ushers.
A wedding breakfast was
held following the ceremony at
Freeport Community Centre.


FREEPiRT INDEPENDENCE

CELEBRATIONS JINE 5-14
CELEBRATIONS HERALDING INDEPENDENCE for the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas aw being held throughout the
Family Islands and everyone t giving their full support in making
this a memorable event.


Mr. Kendal Nottage, M.P.
for Freeport and Co-chairman
of the Freeport Independence
Secretariat in announcing plans
for celebrations in the Bahamas
second city said that it is being
planned for everyone in Grand
Bahama.
The nine days of activities
wl begin on July 5 with an
IVand-wiai prayer service b'
-'ae^GranTUihaiamad Cristian'
Council at the Y.M.C.A. filed,
Freeport.
Other activities leading up to
the Flag Raising ceremony on
July 10 will be sports events,
including track and field at
Freeport High School, water
sports, bicycle races and games;
a junkanoo parade at West
End,, a Commemorative
Ceremony at Eight Mile Rock,
East End Festival at High Rock
and a musical and cultural
presentation.
Following the Flag Raising


ceremony there will be
presentations of medallions
and flags to school children
throughout Grand Bahama,
Bimini, Water Cay and
Sweetig's Cay and parties will
be held for the older residents.
Prime Minister Lynden 0.
Piadling will arrive in Grand
Bahama on July 13 to join in
the celebrations. On his arrival
'hie '9I0 be feted with a
welcoming ceremony at Eight
Mile Rock, followed by a
motorcade through Pinder's
Point, Lewis Yard and
Hawksbfll to Freeport.
Other activities planned are,
a float parade, Independence
youth rally, State Balls,
Independence Goombay
Carnival and street dancing.
Coordinator of the Grand
Bahama Independence
Secretariat is Mrs. Sheila
Glinton. Mr. Henry Bowen.
M.P. for West End and Bimini
is Co-chairman.


TEASURE CAY COOPER'S TOWN


TREASURE CAY, ABACO
Combined Independence
celebrations will be held for
Treasure Cay and Cooper's
Town beginning July 9 at 10
p.m. with community dancing.
This will be followed at
midnight with the lowering of
the Union Jack and the raising
of the Bahamas Flag and
singing of the National Anthem
at 12:01 a.m. July 10 at the
Public School, Cooper's Town.
A march will then leave the
school to the scene of the
fireworks display after which
there will be dancing at the
school house until 3:30 a.m.
From 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
there will be prayers and a
sermon by clergymen to be
followed at 9 a.m. by a school
programme and refreshments
for school children and older
residents. Later in the
afternoon, citizens and guests
from all settlements will meet
at a "Bloody Mary" party at
Treasure Cay after which


CELERY NATIONS
dinner will be served to guests.
From 10:00 p.m. to 12 a.m.
another Flag Raising ceremony
and fireowrks display will be
held on the beach followed by
dancing until 7 a.m.,
Commissioner C. N. Simms
will be in attendance during
the celebrations.

PERON RETURNS HOME AFTER
18 YEARS' EXILE
MADRID. June 15 (AP)-
Arpetine President Hector J.
Camprea arrived In Madrid Friday
to vdsit (;aen. Fanciseo Franco and
take the godfatherr of Prmonism,
ex-prwvsdent JuMan I). Peon, back
home after is ya In In exlk.
Accompanied by his wife,
Campora was met and embraced by
Franco. The new Spanish cabinet
was an hand to welcome Campora
at the Sitart of an official five-day
vidt.
Peron and Camporu will return
to ueant Aires June 21..


I.E.C. CONTRACT
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AN ALL CONDITION
contract, including the salary
categories, was signed between
Bahamas Electricity
Corporation and the Bahamas
Einnearinl, Fuel, Service and
Ailed Workers Union. Pictured
right signing the contract at the
Ministry of Labour and
National Insuranee offices ae,
from left to right, Mr. Dudley
WHIams, president of the
union, Mr. Preston H. Albury,
M.P. executive chairman of
D.EC. and Mr. W. Lambert
Parker, Chief Industrial Officer
of the Ministry of Labour.


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a s 1 oA Cme. ramfe-u. Y. mm SUs., Ms.
DEAR ABBY: In your opinion, should a Myear-old
wife and mother of four wear a skimpy bldat while paint-
ing her house and doing her yard work?
We have a young woman like that in our Mihborhood.
The houses are close together and the viewing is easy. A
few of the wives have mentioned to her that maybe she
should cover herself a little more, but she says it's the only
way she can get any sun. Meanwhile, all the men and teen-
aged boys are getting a free show.
I think it's positively indecent. Is there any way we can
get her to put some clothes on when she's outside?
BURNED UP
DEAR BURNED: Probably not. Bt if -I gets
mrued from all that overexposure, It may tach her a
blistering lessen.
DEAR ABBY: Some members of my family have been
putting me down because my husband and I do not go
overboard decorating our son's grave.
We prefer to give a nice donation to our Baptist Chil-
dren's Home in honor of our son's memory instead of
spending a lot of money on plastic flowers that are picked
up and put in the trash can at the cemetery in a few weeks
time.
My sister says it looks like we don't care about our son.
One sister in law who never even sent our son a get-well
card during his illness, now drags flowers out to the ceme-
tery nearly every Sunday.
We hardly ever visit our son's grave because we feel he
is not there, but his soul is in heaven. The two times we
went it was just hysterics for all of us.
My family are constant cemetery visitors. A trip to the
cemetery becomes an all-day outing. They visit everyone
they can think of. Are they right? Or are we?
MOM AND POP


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of their children. We c't hlp but eel that if we hin't
taken her to th vet she weald be alive today. She met
have met with ome kd at auideo t there. S lce hds
happened we have heard at otlmr pae who bave had a
mlar prience.
We em't see to get a strait wer commoer
what happened to our dog. Is't there ome way to nvesti-
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I C10134


S FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
d*tling thene, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 of land beautifully
Srunheid, wall to wall carpet
an4 drapes throughout.
n tely walled and lovely
Ian cape. Airconditioned
thi ughout. Unusual
ep rtunity. To view
Itone 2-1722-3.
18
22- STOREY DUPLEX
APtf TMENTS. OUT WEST
Ilk l lies from town. Yearly
imc4we $6,600.00 sales price
I $45,000.00. Live in one
jandijdave income In another
Spapous grounds with garage
and-fruit trees. Ideal set-up.
Cone see anytime. DEAL with
OADIANOS and SAVE a
Dial 22305, 22033.
Evoaongs 41197, 41280.
SC10 72
g 7R SALE BY OWNER:
3 bSroom 2 bath, double car
gar1 large family room,
s idn patio, 2893 sq. ft.
living space, central air, All
For nica kitchen with
refi gerator, dishwasher,
bull in range and oven. Fully
furnbihed, 172 ft. canal water
fronage, 84 ft. dock. Hoists to
accc nmodate 25' boat. Only
thea years old. $80,000.00
Seabtjfeeze Estates.
Call G. L. Sweeting 22738
- 9to 5 Mon. thru. Fri.
C1093
JOHiSON TERRACE 2
bedroom 1 bath home extra
bedroom or study, fully
fur wished including
lircdnditioning, T.V. and
washtr. $25,000.00. Call
51884.
C10165
SM/j-LL HOUSE and Lot in
Cullerville for sale. Corner of
Roykt Palm Street, $7500.
Ter Cash. Interested person
ma contact Ferguson on
WutI Road by Walkine Barber
Sho after 3 p.m.

SP OUS OAKES FIELD
spllb level has four
bedrooms, three baths, plus
attic plus one bedroom 1 bath
and kitchen ideal for in-laws
or -uest. Basic furniture.
Encied grounds. Big house -
smr price. DIAL DAMIANOS
S pVE X UNDLE. Dial
220W, 22305, 41197, 41280
an ye.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
HIg and Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
batd living, dining, kitchen,
utiIe, room and carport. Built
in Klnge and baker on lot 90 c
150_ Nice home in nice area.
To vew 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
airconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.


C10141
FOR SALE
House 2 bedrooms 1k
bathrooms enough for
expansion for third bedroom.
Patio, grounds (furnished) 90 x
120 fruited, off Village Road
near school and shopping
Centre. Asking $33,000.00 -
Finance Available ten years
mortgage with low monthly
payments.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY
DAMIANOS REALTY
COMPANY LTD.,
DIAL 22033, 22305
Evenings 41197,41280.
C10149
FOR SALE


1. Attractive house
Westward Villas being
offered at sacrifice price
as owner leaving colony.
Two large bedrooms, each
with private bath and
walk-in closet, spacious
living room, separate
dining room, powder
room maid's bath, sun
porch, kitchen, laundry,
garage with overhead
'door. Large lot,
landscaped. Beach rights.
2. Excellent buy in Cable
Beach residence close to
beach. Three large
bedrooms, two baths,
spacious living-dining,
patio, large kitchen,
laundry, carport. Lot 100
by 120, $55,000 asking,
furnished.
3. Best buy 'in hilltop
two-storey residence for
$27,000 furnished. Two
bedrooms, one bath, living
room, separate dining
room, laundry, maid's
facilities, car-port.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. O. Box N8164,
Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042


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FOR SALE
SACRIFICE
2 commercial lots 50 x 103
adjoining. Phone 77078.
C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C10113 *
MUST SELL one lot
approximately 87' x 110'...
Blair Estates. zoned private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.



C10137
ONE HOUSE FOR RENT.
Telephone 2-8989.
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 10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE --
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.

C 10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C 10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Bass.
furniture. 1 bedroosri
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10121
PERQqM 2, bth
comp 'tely u 5 hshea
apartment off Village Road.
Tel. 3-1328 or 3-1705
C10022
Al RECONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. RinS
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C 10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. Antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C 10089
1 Large Shop
1 tNo-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.
C10180
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT-
airconditioner phone in
lovely garden, private Estate,
Top of Village Road. Phone
31456.
C10178
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Cooper's Terrace
fenced in yard. Monthly or
weekly payment. Phone
32688.

C10170
BACHELOR ROOM in
Palmdale private entrance-in
respectful home. Ladies
preferred. Telephone 5-1044


for information.
C10169
3 BED 1 BATH home in Blair
$375 per month. Available
20th June.
3 BED 2 BATH HOME -
Montagu Heights $300 per
month. Available July 10th.
2 BED 1 BATH COTTAGE -
South Beach Estate. $250 per
month.
1 and 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS in town,
Village Road and Westward
Villas. From $160 to $285 per
month.
For all your rental inquiries
contact: McPherson & Brown,
Telephone 2-2680 to 3.


CARS FOR SALE


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C10162 -
FORD CORTINA ESTATE.
1969, standard shift, towing.
hitch, 20,000 miles, one
owner, expatriate leaving
island. $1300. Tel. 36189
(home) and 21901 (business).
C10148
1971 PINTO STANDARD
SHIFT, RADIO, EXCELLENT
CONDITION, SACRIFICE
$2,000. Phone 2-1586, or
5-1945 after 1:30 p.m.


C10167
1970 AUTOMATIC MORRIS
OXFORD. Contact: Mr. Dean
telephone 2-1892 or 2-1893
Monday to Friday. Telephone
4-2964 after 6 p.m. and
weekends.
C10102
1970 MGB Convertible In good
condition. $1500 O.N.O. Call
Dr. Siva. 52923 or 51945.
'10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TIBADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER.

1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENT UKM-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
- Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER-
\uto, Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIES -
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD. -
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA -.
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC -
Auto. $975

S D WCOMED
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephnne 34636-7-8
C10163
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CUtralaroIe)e
TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE -
$6850.
Also available
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
good condition $2400.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
stick, shift, blue $1150.00
1970 SINGER VOGUE SEDAN
automatic $950.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
white $400.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
blue stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green $1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE
reconditioned $1000.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
bargain automatic $1500.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
good buy $2350.00
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
red, automatic $2250.00
1969 FORD FALCON
automatic $1200.00
1969 DATSUN S/W
stick shift, red $800.00
1968 CHEVY IMPALA
green, 2 door $1850.00
1971 PONTIAC VENTURA II
yellow, 2 door $3000.00
1972 FORD THUNDERBIRD
very low mileage,
2 door $8500.00
1970 DODGE CHALLENGER
very clean $3200.00
1969 FORD ESCORT
blue, 2 door $750.00
FINANCING AVAILABLE

Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
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C10147


Used 14 cu. ft. Frost Free
Refrigerator $220.00
7 small & 1 large reel 16mm
sound film $130.00
1 Brand new Electric Arc
Welder $320.00
Telephone 5-9540.

C10177
BRAND NEW Minnesota Fats
Pool Table. Phone 2-8851
(days) 58979 (nights).


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C10161
1973 SUZUKI 50 5,000
miles. Phone 34694.
C10171
ORGAN, Spinet Model
Hammond, cherrywood finish,
as new.
MAGNAVOX, Stereo Console
Combination, Cherrywood
finish.
Calf 3-1595 after 6 p.m.


C10129
120 c.c. Suzuki motorcycle
low mileage -- good condition.
For information Phone 52645.

1 WANTS TO BY
C10140
WE BUY Soldier Crabs in large
quantities. For details write:
CANCER RESEARCH, 217
47th St. N. W., BRADENTON,
FLORIDA. 33505.


C MARINE SUPPLIES
C10179
MARINE SUPPLIES
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

24 foot Irwin sloop 1969. Thi!
is an excellent fibreglass sloop
that is a good cruiser with
winning ways. Sleeps 4 with
head and galley. Sails are main
2 genoas, spinnaker, and storrr
jib. all of nylon. Has dinghy
and many extras. An excellent
buy at $4350.00

24 foot 1970 Paranha with 21C
h.p. engine, just overhauled.
The outdrive is new. Sleeps 4
with head. Should be seen
$5500.00

10 inch sea pups all thorough
bred. mother is a Beagle, father
is Labrador and Alsatian. Will
make excellent boat or watch
dogs

Have a couple of new 80 h.p.
diesels in stock.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

New Scuba Class on July 8th,
register now!

All summer stock is in. We can
equip i complete -divers and
snorkelers from toddlers on up.
New Back Packs, just arrived.
Come to Nassau's most
complete Dive Shop at the
Dive Flag Awning.

P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan.
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
Phone 54011 Mon. to Fri.
C 10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


C10176
14 ft. Boston Whaler with 33
h.p. Evinrude outboard. Price
$875. Call 5-6571

PETS FAR SALE
C10155
LABRADOR PUPPIES 2
females and 3 males. Call
Warren Russell, Maura Lumber
Co. 2-4008 or 9.

LOST
LOST DOG
C10166
BLACK AND TAN one year
old male Doberman. Last seen
in Marathon Estates. Please call
32024. Reward Is offered.

WORK WANTEDj
C10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl in your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.

POSITION WANTED

C10150
RELIABLE YOUNG GIRL
seeks position as filist or handy
office girl with typing ability.
Very willing to work. Call
36555.


HFP' WANTED

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.


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C10138
WANTED: Steel Drummer,
Instructor and maker. Please
write P. 0. Box ES 6230,
Nassau.
C 10096
SECRETARY with at least 3
'O' Levels, bookkeeping,
typing, filing, general office
work, neat appearance. Apply
only typed letter, P. 0. Box
N-248, Nassau.
C10128
LIVE IN COUPLE $275
each.
1. House maintenance -- butler
Schef -- chauffeur carwash
yard overseer.
2. Cateress -- housekeeper -
light laundry.
6 davs 8a.m. to 8 o.m.
Write: Adv. C10128, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207,
Nassau.


C7430
JOB TITLE: (TWOC,
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 Bahlmn-


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

,C7467
JOB TITLE: SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "0" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIR RMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILI TI ES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7411
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Power plant experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of Electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulate continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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


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.
C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal home-
to become useful citizens of
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 on a conractual
basis. Must be willing to live in.
Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr..& Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N-1413.
N1 ssau.


C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI CITIES:
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.


C10139
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT
CO., Clarence Town, Long
Island, Bahamas, has a position
open for a "Mechanic" at our
Solar Salt Salina.
Applicants must be Bahamian,
having the following
qualifications:
MUST.
1. Be capable to maintain and
repair the following:
1.1 Ware Hydro Trencher;
Couch 24"-42" propeller
pumps; Richard Palmer
and Barber Greene Salt
Harvester; MRS 4-wheel
Diesel truck tractor;
Stephens-Ada msons
Slinger; Ingersoll-Rand
Vane Type Air
Compressor; Double Deck
Pioneer Screen and Tyler
Vibrating Screen,
McLanahan three-roll
crusher; Gorman-Rupp
and Rex Centrifugal
pumps.
1.2 Earth Moving Equipment:
Cook-Challenge and
Peerless Bottom Dump
trailers, with Air and
Electrically activated
dump gates; Hardee
trailers with mechanically
operated dump gates.
Caterpillar: D-8; D-4;
No.12 Motor Graders; 944
Front Loader; Gurries
Field Planner; Vibrator
Compactor and Farmall
Tractor.
2. Be qualified to maintain and
repair:
Rockwell transfer cases;
Versa Air and Electrically
operated control valves;
Diesel engine's turbo
chargers; Fuel Injection
equipment; Vickers
Hydraulic controls; Falk
speed reducers; Mader
valves and Hydraulic
pumps and jacks.
3. Be qualified in Diesel power
engines, its maintenance,
repairs and install tion:
3.1 Caterpillar Engines D-311
to D-353, G.M. Engines,
Series 53, 71 and 110.
Lister, Deutz, Onan and
Continental Diesel
Engines.
4. Be qualified to maintain,
repair and install gasoline
engines:
4.1 Vehicles: Ford, Series
F-100 and 350; V.W.;
Chevrolet.
4.2Small Pumps with Briggs
& Stratton engines.
5. Be capable to maintain,
repair and install:
5.1 Barber Greene Belt
Conveyor; Aggregates Belt
Conveyors and Carter Belt
Conveyor, from 24" to
36" wide, its crives and
speed reducers.
6. Must have some knowledge
of Outboard Motors, from 9
h.p. to 33 h.p.
7. Be able to do small amount
of welding and brazing.
8. Must have a basic set of
mechanic tools and wrenches.
9. Be willing to do shift work.
Send applications in writing to:
Plant Manager, Diamond
Crystal Salt Co., Clarence
Town, Long Island, Bahamas,
to be on time for interview
June 19 and 20, 1973.


C10136
WANTED: Insurance Adjuster
Trainee
Qualifications G.C.E.,
Ordinary Level, English and
Mathematics. Apply in own
handwriting to ALGOMA
ADJUSTERS (BAHAMAS)
LIMITED, P. 0. Box N4289,
Nassau, Bahamas.


C7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING AND STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years in Industrial
Purchasing and Stores
functions.
rUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
Company Purchasing and
Storekeeping programme.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
F A B R I C A T ORS
(FOUR)MINIMUM
EDUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7406
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
changes as required to correct
process and equipment
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7466
JOB TITLE: CONTROL
ROOM OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI TIES:
Control raw and finish grinding
and burning process in
producing finish cement.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7465
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LI TI ES:
Manage the engineering
activities in connection with
physical and technical aspects
of Company operation,
property maintenance,
improvements and additions.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C10145
SERVICEMAN. Must be
experienced in repairing TVs,
Stereos. Tape Recorders,
Record Players, Radios and
most Electronic devices. Salary
open for discussion. Telephone
5-9540.
C10156
CLEANING WOMAN. Apply
in person Nassau Yacht Club
off East Bay Street, north of
Montaqu Hotel.
C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 345
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.


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Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
.NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
C9801
JSED FURNITURE WANTELf
Contact D&R FURNITURe.
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USED
FURNITUREE
C9925
ISLAND TV. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on'
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. 0. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C10046
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD CF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO -TEL: 51071-2-3-4.

C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTER'
SERVICE Sernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service


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'FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance. Call Patton,


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JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM LDUCATICN:
Good basic education
MINIMUM LXPERtENCL:
10-15 years cement .a- *
maintenance experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES.
Co-ordinate and direct
mechanical maintenance
activities including field force.,
machine shop and g.rage in
providing maintenance a= d
inspection service for ntit-
plant, includes the ii staiiatlon
of new machi,. ,ry anu
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Perso ,el
Department, Bahama C ient
Company, P. 0. Box F-tuO,
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-OO,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C 7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION;
Good basic education.
Experience in full turning
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSI ABILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pereonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10175
RELIABLE caretaker needed
to care for home. Write: Rufus
Bain, P. 0. Box 6344, Nassau.
C10174
PIG FARMER experienced
man to take sole charge of
breeding pigs. Build prns when
necessary; order feed stock.
$35 per week, character
reference. Turnquest, Extmel:
C10173
ASSISTANT MECHANIC at
least five years experience in all
phases of auto mechanics. Man
able to take charge of Out
Island shop. Knowledge of
Marine mechanics and
bodywork. Character
reference. Salary $55 per week.
Turnquest Auto Repairs,
Exuma.

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Friday, June 15, 1973.


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FIRST PART OF NO.5 GAS TURBINE


FOR BLUE HILLS COMPLEX ARRIVES


THE FIRST SHIPMENT of
a gas turbine for Blue Hills
Power Station which will be
associated with waste-heat
recovery boiler was unloaded
at Coral Harbour late
yesterday, it was announced
by B.E.C. Executive
Chairman Preston Albury.
The second of the two
major shipments making up


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the unit is expected in about
five days.
The present installed
capacity at Blue Hills is about
56,000 kilowatts, Mr. Albury
said, "and with the new No. 5
gas turbine, there will be an
increase to over 75,000
kilowatts." The gas turbine is
similar to the John Brown
units except the new unit has


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a larger output plus safety
features and more accurate
control in start-up, running
and shutdown.
When the waste heat
recovery boiler is connected
to the new turbine in early
1974, the combined thermal
efficiency of the units will be
about three times that of the
present units.
PHOTO: Roland Rose


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Bahamian American Federation guest
MAi, FLA Mr. George guest of The Bahamian James M. Moss,
A. Smth,4 Parliamentary American Federation where The Federation;
Secretary to the Prime he spoke on the forthcoming Johnson and I
Minister and Chairman of the Independence. Pictured above Mr. Smith; Mr. I
Independence Secretariat at the McAlister Hotel in the the organizer of
recently visited Miami as first row from left, are: Mr. a director of thi
Also shown are
friends of the Fi


By The Associated Press)
TODAY IS FRIDAY, JUNE
15TH, the 166TH day of 1973.
There are 199 days left in the year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
1972 The United States halts
air attacks around Hanoi during
visit there by Soviet President
Nikolal V. Podgorny.
1971 Chancellor Willy Brandt
of West Germany confers with U.S.
President Richard Nixon at the
White House,
1970 Serious rioting breaks
out in Turkey and martial law is
declared.
1967 President Charles de
Gaulle of France releases Raoul
Saltn and other right-wing


opponents from jail, one week
before crucial French elections.
1962 European terrorists in
Algiers destroy major part of largest
hospital in the city.
1954 Convention People's
Party wins Gold Coast elections.
1950 West Germany joins the
Council of Europe.
1940 U.S. declaims France's
appeal for aid, Germans outflank
the Maginot Line in France during
World War Two.
1934 Venice meeting between
Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini
fails lo bring about closer relations
due to divergent Italo-Germmn
interests in Danube River Valley.
1931 Russia and Poland sign
treaty of friendship.


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, President of
Senator L.B.
Mrs. Johnson;
Freddle Bowe,
the affair and
ie Federation.
members and
derationn.


1917 Amnesty is granted to
prisoners of the Irish Rebellion of
1916.
1904 More than 1,000 persons
perish in fire aboard steamboat
"General Slocum" off New York's
Manhattan Island.
1903 Serbian assembly elects
Peter Karageorgevitch as King and
restores 1889 constitution.
1744 British admiral Sir
George Anson completes voyage
around the world.
1584 Francois Duke of Anjou
dies, leaving Protestant Henry of
Navarre as heir to French throne,
but Duke of Guise consolidates
Catholic factions into Catholic
League to oppose Navarre' claim.
1520 Pope Leo
excomminlcots Martin Luther.


C10146
RAYCO LTD.
ELECTRONIC & APPLIANCES
SALES & SERVICE
T.V. Installations. Servicing to
all makes and models. Stereo -
T-V. Radio Washing
Machines Refrigerators'- Air
Conditioners etc. Cor.
Dowdeswell St. & School Lane.
Phone 5-9540.


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C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.
C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
S Coll 35491
SCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.


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C7466 C10073
JOB TITLE: CONTROL INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
ROOM OPERATOR Chartered Accountants have
MINIMUM EDUCATION: several vacancies for Chartered
Good basic education or Certified Accountants in
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5 their Freeport office.
years Successful candidates will be
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: paid excellent salaries and
Control raw and finish grinding bonuses. Applicant should
and burning process in apply in writing to the Staff
producing finish cement. Partner, Price Waterhouse &
INTERESTED APPLICANT Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
CONTACT: Personnel Freeport, Bahamas.
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, C7407
Freeport, Grand Bahama. JOB TITLE: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
C7405 MINIMUM EDUCATION:
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT) Good basic education
GENERAL REPAIRMEN MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
MINIMUM EDUCATION: years
Good basic education. Cood DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Cement Plant mechanical Control, review, investigate test
background, results and make repairs to
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: X-Ray equipment.
5-10 years. INTERESTED APPLICANT
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: CONTACT: Personnel
Inspects, repairs, replaces, Department, Bahama Cement
installs, adjusts and maintains Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
all mechanical equipment in a Freeport, Grand Bahama.
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT C10126
CONTACT: Personnel OUTREACH DIRECTOR to
Department, Bahama Cement develop programmes and
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, activities in the communities
Freeport, Grand Bahama. outside Freeport Grand
Bahama that help men,
C7406 women, boys and girls to build
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS their spirit, mind and body.
ATTENDANTS Applicant with university
MINIMUM EDUCATION: degree preferred, should have
Good basic education, training and/or experience in
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 community organization,
years, administration, delivery of
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILITI ES: social services, leadership
Patrol equipment circuit recruitment and development.
making field adjustments or Salary commensurate with
changes as required to correct qualifications and experience.
process and equipment Apply in writing to Executive
problems. Director, Grand Bahama,
INTERESTED APPLICANT YMCA, P. 0. Box F-253,
CONTACT: Personnel Freeport, G.B.t.
Department, Bahama Cqment -
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, C7411
Freeport, Grand Bahama. JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
C10080 MINIMUM EDUCATION:
BARCLAYS BAN K Good basic education.
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, Electrical background will be
P. 0. Box F2404, Freeport an asset.
requires experienced female MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
clerk/typist with G. C. E. years. Power plant experience.
Standard or equivalent. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Bahamian only please call Operates turbines, boilers and
352-8391. related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
C7409 switchboard to regulate
JOB TITLE: (FOUR) generation of Electricity as
GENERAL REPAIRMAN demand increases or decreases.
LEADERS Regulate continuous flow of
MIN IMUM EDUCATION: current to sub-station for
Good basic education. Good distribution. Communicates
Cement plant mechanical with mill men when adding or
background. dropping raw or finish mills.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10 INTERESTED APPLICANT
years. CONTACT4 Personnel
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Department, Bahama Cement
Direct and work in inspecting, Company, P. O. Box F-100,
repairing, replacing,, Installing Freeport, Grand Bahama.
and adjusting and maintaining-
all mechanical equipment in a
major producing unit or C10031
assigned area in a cement plant. JOB T ITLE: STEEL
INTERESTED APPLICANT F A B R I C A T 0 R S
CONTACT: Personnel ( FOU R )M I N I M U M
Department, Bahama cement EDUCATION: Good basic
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, education
Freeport, Grand Bahama. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
C7465 out and welding.
JOB TITLE: PLANT DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
ENGINEER Read and follow structural
MINIMUM EDUCATION: steel detail drawings, cut and
College Graduate weld In accordance with
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: drawing specifications.
5-10 years civil engineering INTERESTED APPLICANT
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: CONTACT: Personnel
Manage the engineering Department, Bahama Cement
activities in connection with Company, P. O. Box F-100,
physical and technical aspects Freeport, Grand Bahama.
of Company operation, ----
property maintenance, C7408
improvements and additions. JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN .
INTERESTED APPLICANT MINIMUM EDUCATION:
CONTACT: Personnel Good basic education.
Department, Bahama Cement Experience In fuel burning
Company, P. O. Box F-100, process in rotary KiIns and
Freeport, Grand Bahama. production of Clinker. Cement
C7430 plant rotary Kiln burnrman.
JOB TITLE (TWO) NIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5


JOB TITLE: (TWO yeONTACTs. Personnel
BULLDOZER OPERATORS DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operatesod basulidozer for leveducation lingker by. continuous P100rcess
roadMINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3 of burning.


excavating and moving .,- .*


materials. (.1"1
JOB TITLE: SHOP
INTERESTED APPLICANT FOREMAN TL: SHOP
ZONTACT: Personnel MINIMUM ,EDU;ATAON:
Department, Bahama Cement' G.C.E. Leve and
Company, P.O. Box F-100, Guilds or equivalent
Freeport, Grand Bahama. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
C7462 years In Machine shop
ELECTRIC MOTOR AND DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
ARMATURE REWINDER Supervise machine shop and
Re-wi- dmg for single and 3 field maintenance services for
phase armatures and motors up maintenance of the entire
to 100 h.p. .- 3 years cement plant.
experience Bahamian only. INTErSTED APPLICANT
Grind Bahama VIninearln, CONTACT: Personnel
Ltd., P. 0. Box P-2,. l Department, Bahama Cement
352-6239, Freeport, Gratl Comoany, P. 0. Box F-100,
Bahama. Freeport Grand Bahama.


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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.


C7410
JOB TITLEs (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience In cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCEs 3-6
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activity.
of cement making operatlun-
necemary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
ischedules.
INTEhRUTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company. P. 0. Box F-100.
Report, rand Bahama.


C7479
Executive Secretary/Adminis-
trative Assistant required,
RoyWest Banking Corporation,
position of responsibility,
previous experience in banking
and trust work, fast accurate
typing and shorthand essential.
Attractive prospects and salary
for experienced qualified
applicant. Bahamians only
should apply in writing
enclosing full resume to: P. 0.
Box F-2429, Freeport.
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.
C7468
JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
10-15 years cement plant
maintenance experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and direct
mechanical maintenance
activities including field forces,
machine shop and garage in
providing maintenance and
inspection service for entire
plant, includes the installation
of new machinery and
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR --
PURCHASING AND STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years in Industrial
Purchasing and Stores
functions.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Co-ordinate and supervise
Company Purchasing and
Storekeeping programme.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION:'
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use Precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100,, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
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.
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


C7477
KASBAH CELEBRITY ROOM
The following entertainers are
required for a musical-magical
novelty revue:-
TWO MALE PUPPETEERS,
accustomed to working in
production numbers as well as
featured spot. Must have a
minimum of ten years
experience in all phases of the
entertainment business
clubs, stage and television.
MAGIC ACT (MALE AND
FEMALE), accustomed to
working in production
numbers as well as featured
spot. Must have a minimum of
ten years experience in all
phases of the entertainment
business .... Clubs, stage and
television.,
FEMALE SINGER/DANCER
to work solo and In production
numbers. Must have a
minimum of ten years
professional experience.
MALE AND FEMALE
ADAGIO DANCE TEAM with
a minimum of five years
professional experience as
feature artists and working in
production numbers.
FEMALE ACROBATIC
DANCER, with a minimum of
five years professional
experience in both production
and as a featured performer.
THE MALE PRODUCTION
SINGER-DANCERS, with a
minimum of five years
professional experience.
SEVEN FEMALE
PRODUCTION DANCERS
with training in ballet, tap,
modem jazz and Interpretive
dancing and a minimum of five
years professional experience.
IMPRESSIONIST SINGER,
must be able to Impersonate
vocal motion picture, recording
and TV stars and be able to
work solo and in productions.
Applicants should apply to the
Entertainment Director,
Bahamas Amusements Limited,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,,
Grand Bahama.


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I IE U ITED
C7483
Sales Consultant required -
must have previous experience
In sales and export
requirements. Must be
prepared to travel in the
Caribbean area and Central
America 6/8 months of each
year.
Written applications to
Mercantile Group Inc., P. 0.
Box F-456, Freeport.
C7484
MEDICAL OFFICE NURSE
required for Doctor's office.
Must be registered. References
required.
Telephone Freeport 352-6735,
ext. 33, 2 p.m.- 5 p.m.
C7475
LAND SURVEYOR with at
least 5 years experience. Must
be qualified to practise land
surveying within the British
Commonwealth. Duties include
the execution of Cadastral
Surveys, Topographic Surveys,
Engineering Surveys and some
Hydrographic Surveys.
Apply R. Warren & Associates,
P. 0. Box F-836, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C7399
6 GIRLS WANTED TO,
PREPARE, COOK AND
'SERVE INDIAN DISHES.
TELEPHONE 27 WEST END
OR WRITE TO P. 0. Box 6,
WEST END.
C7481
GARDENER: To work eight
hour shift, rain or shine. Dig
holes for trees and plants;
prepare plant beds, cut grass,
weed, handle insecticides, rake
and collect trash from planted
area. Must have proof of
previous experience.
Apply Lucaya Nursery, Settlers
Way, Freeport, G.B.
C7476
WANTED. Dependable, mature
woman as resident social
secretary/companion help.
Able, in the absence of the
owner, to take complete charge
of large household at any time.
Must be able and willing to
write and answer letters,
business and social, deal with
accounts, arrange formal
dinners, entertain business
guests and visitors, interview,
engage and direct staff and
cook, house-clean and launder
when necessary.
Apply Mrs. Jack Hayward, Box
F-99, Telephone 373-1528.
C7482
BOOKKEEPER/TYPIST: To
handle books and NCR
mechanical bookkeeping.
Prepare monthly financial
statements. Shorthand and
typing, dictaphone, filing, etc..
At 1st-t two year.a 1Pbas
experience necessary; Letters
of reference required.
Apply Greater Freeport
Industries & Subsidiary
Companies; Forest Rd.,
Freeport, G.B., P. 0. Box
F2520, Freeport, G.B.
C7480
ENGINEER
Must be familiar with all phases
of Hotel Engineering and
Construction. Knowledge of
land development including
roads, sewer and water
systems, electrical power
systems and CATV cable
requirements essential. Must
have at least ten years
experience in these fields.
Persons with the above
qualifications and experience
need only apply, 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.


C7485
PROJECT ENGINEER The
Project Engineer will be
responsible for supervision'as
the Owner's representative-of
various 'types of Civil
Engineering, Land
Development and Building
construction projects from
award of contract through-to
final completion.
The work will include Itaiion
with the co-ordination of
contractors and utility
companies, review of
schedules, process of payments
for approval, preparation. .pf
reports, quality and quantly
control and the direction of
field surveys. Will be required
to assist in the preparation of
construction plans, estimates,
contract documents and must
be capable of making decisions
on field changes as conditions
dictate. The Project Engineer
will be expected to function
without direct supervision and
will report to the Chief
Engineer of the Technical
Division.
ASSISTANT MANAGER -
Interpret and apply the
provisions of all contracts and
deeds entered into with
land-owners by the
Development Company .as
regards Service Charges and
maintenance and/or
improvements charges. Obtain
and Interpret legal counsel as
regards the proper
expenditures of monies
received and approve all
charges for payment by the
Company. Applicant should
have knowledge of law relating
to contracts; ability to rma
the public and participate"In
Company meetings on an
execi l .
ApDe Grand Bahama
@e*eropment Company,
Personnel Department, 18C
Kipling Building P. 0. Box
.2 66- _re, r trt, GBI.


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C7489
FOUR (4) CANTONESE
COOKS Minimum of 3 years
experience in gaReral
preparation of all types; of
Cantonese food, acquired in
first class Chinese Restau ant
or Hotel. '
Apply to New Hong IKong
Restaurant, I international
Bazaar, Freeport.,
C7488
TAILOR with 5 years
experience, Bahanman
preferred.
Apply to: Esquire Men's hop,
Freeport. Telephone 352-8816.
C7491
DATA PROCESSING.,
MANAGER <
Required, Data Proces9ing
Manager for overall supervision
of the Electronic Gata
Processing Departmdnt.
Minimum of five years
experience. References
required. Principal duties Will
include:
To develop and maintain
computer systems to meet'the
requirements of 'the
departments using data
processing services. To Write
and test computer programmes
end operate data processing
equipment to solve specific
business problems. To p4ide
training and educationrr for
computer department and user
department staff. To reodew
performance and use of data
processing equipment and as
necessary recommend the
selection of new equipment
and re-design computer
systems.
Contact Princess Properties
International Managenment
Service Division, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


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C7490
GARDENERS
Ten Gardeners required.
Stable, mature individuals,
minimum 25 years of age With
family responsibilities. Must
have previous knowledge : of
landscape maintenance; ablq 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 Bahamia Nursery p P.
0. Box F-778, Freeport, Qind
Bahama Island or telephOne
352-8301 for an interview. *
C7487
LOCKSMITH
Required Locksmith to inritIte
and administer keying systems
and security for large hotel
operation. Must be fully
conversant wihi all typerof
locks, safes, alarms and electric
door systems.
Minimum of four years
experience.
Contact Princess Properties
International Management
Services Division, P. 0. iox
F-684, Freeport, Glrand
Bahama Island.
C10168
TECHNICAL SHOP ASSISTANT
Technical Shop Assistant
required by local Caterpillar
Dealer Branch Operation,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Prospective applicants should
possess mechanical background
related to the heavy equipment
industry. Additionally,
technical experience in
microfiche and/or parts
catalogues, preparing parts
requisitions for equipment
overhaul and general
knowledge of parts inventory
control.
Applications in writing should
be addressed to: The Managing
Director, Bahamas Tractor &
Equipment. Ltd., P. 0. Box
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.










am. 15, 1973.


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thoroughly if he hadn't been fired?"


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GENERAL TENDBNClMS: Today full moon
Sequbes you to us much ceution in order to
avoid a dfficult situation fro t pt. By using good
judgment the matter can easily be rsomved. Otherwise, you
couml foaader m rea unease the problem.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Keep calm and don't permit
anyone to rush you into anything or cause you to act
unwisely. Avoid an overly talkative penon who has an eye on
your assets. Show that you have wisdom.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't jump into a new
activity that looks good but isn't or you could get into trouble
at this time. Listen to what a respected advisor has to suggest.
Don't loss temper with kin.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Show that you are
coslisAtious tin keeping promises you have made to others
and make a good impredo on them. Engage in civic work
you want to do. Show that are a good citizen.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Make sure that
you conduct your work in a most precise fashion so that you
pain the greatest benefits. Plan how to.have improved health in
the future. Consult the right people.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You want to enjoy yourself at
any cost, but it's better you do important work first and then
stay within your budget. Being extravagant brings the disfavor
of mate. Think logically.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Try not to argue at home or
it could result in an unhappy experience. Improve your
surroundings and make necessary repairs in the home. Strive
for more harmony with kin. Keep calm.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have to exercise extreme
care in motion of any kind today or you could suffer damages
and loss of money. Care in speech is also important. Try not to
criticize others at this time.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) It isn't money that will help
a situation that is bothering you now, so do what is right from
a moral standpoint. Postpone seeing an adviser until a better
day. Take it easy tonight.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You feel so
discontented that you want to lash out at others, but use
diplomacy instead and get better results. Improve your
appearance and make an excellent impressidon on others.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) It is wise to control
yourself instead of giving in to influences that want you to act
erratically. A willingness to give a friend a helping hand is
right. Stay within your budget.
.' UARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Just because you are
feeling ext;d is no reason why you should become involved
in a quarrel with another. Relax and show courtesy for best
results. Consult a business expert.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Higher-ups are under some
sort of pressure and you should show them loyalty now
instead of acting irate. Make sure you don't take any risks now
or you could regret it later.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those young people with a great deal of energy which
should be channeled in the right directions early in life. Make
sure that fQreign languages are added to the course of
education, dsce there will be much travel during lifetime, in
connection with life'swork. Give spiritual training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life largely up to YOU!
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SAID THAT SHE'D GONE TO SED! THE GALS! KNOW YOU'VE INVITED ME BEING AN AMATEUR AT IT, I'LL,
IN OTHER WORDS, IT WAS TO JOIN YOU FOR LUNCH? PROBABLY BOTCH IT
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Barrett leads Pizza


Caribbean Bottling host air race ladies


LAST NIGHT the
competitors of the All
Women's Intercontinental Air
Race were the guests of
honour at a special
"Bahamteian Night" party
feted by Caribbean Bottling
Company Limited,
authorized bothers of
Coca-Cola In the Bahamas, at
the Halcyon Balmoral Beach
Hotel.
The air race was sponsored
by the Ministry of Tourism,
and the winners flew from
Monterrey, Mexico to Nassau


In 499.07 minutes air time.
Winners of the event were
Marion P. Jayne and her
daughter Nancy of Palatine,
Illinois in second place were
Betty B. Hood and Ethel
Gibson of St. Petersburg,
Florida, and third place Jan
Gammell of Denver,
Colorado.
Host for the evening was
Mr. Colin S. Wells, vice
President and general
manager of Caribbean
Bottling Company Limited.
Pictured from left to right
are Mr. Howard Wilds, vice


president of CocamCola Latin
American Region; Constance
Stafford, chairman of the All
Women's Intercentinental Air
Race; Two race participants;
Second Place Winner, Betty
B. Hood, Mr. Colin S. Wells,
vice president and general
manager of Caribbean
Bottling Company Limited,
Winner Marion P. Jayne and
daughter; Third Place Winner,
Jan GammotN; and Hans
Groenhoff, Aviation
Co-ordinator for the Ministry
of Tourism.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


Sugar Ray Sears is to fight Gypsy



Mike Whymns for lightweight title

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
LIGHTWEIGHT CONTENDER SUGAR RAY SEARS, now with both Jhumbs completely
heated after his accident, returned to training readying himself for the biget fight of his young
career when he takes on lightweight champ Gypsy Mike Whymns in a title bout soon to be
announced. "He (Sears) does the hardest workout of da," commented manner Marty Goldstein.
Seas received lecarations on both his thumbs sometime ago following a as safe accident.


Mr. Goldstein explained that
the championship bout will be
fought with the definite
understanding that if Whymns
falls to make the 135 pounds
limit he will forfeit the
lightweight championship to
Sears. "However, in either
event, the fight will be staged
unless Gypsy comes in more
than eight pounds heavier,"
Mr. Goldstein said.
Sears, the 1972 winner of
the Battling Douglas Trophy,
saw IMt bout April 6 when
he ko'd Miamian Andre
Oaevm. During that fight, the
26-year-old boxer showed style
and potential that could
possibly top the 19-year-old
champion.
Whymma, who recently
returned to his former manager
Rodney Heastle, has not seen
action for almost a year. Being
out of the ring 'so long, it was
thought in boxing circles that
he had gone into the
welterweight division. This
moved Sears to claim the
championship. Whymms,
however, acknowledged that he
did not relinquish the title and
was willing to fight to defend
it.
The Goldstein camp is
beginning to breath easier again
as most of their fighters begin


SUGAR RAY SEAR
hard work and consltenc
won him the Batli Dj
Trophy should easily m
through to the champion


50_ nIup5wU ana le Hudgins' manager re
ready for action. For the past Ijuries to the mouth.
few weeks, the Goldstein Woodside, uing the B
boxers have been plagued with Blackle style of cycling,
injuries to be in the best condit
PINDER IS SHARP his career and is k
Seen at the Southerners forward to a return bou
Lounge hitting the big bag in John Williams, with
his usual stylt-unbelievably confidence. In their last o
sharp-following such a long Williams gained a six
layoff is middleweight champ unanimous decision v
Ronnie Finder. Finder, who after flooring Woodside.
was injured in a car accident, is AWAITS WORD
due for final X-rays and While awaiting a d
approval to obtain a fitted date for his Mike Quarry
mouth piece so he can box on light heavyweight champ
the upcoming independence ? Boy RoBe continues to
card on July 3. out at the Nassau Statha
Pinder was in the accident Rolle is seen sparrin
which also injured Mr...m upright position with
Goldstein, middleweight greater speed than in th
contender Claudius Woodsde Role's controversial
and Pt Curey. 'Johnny with Bobby Lloyd ootd


remain fresh in the minds of
the fans and when introduced
on the Elisha Obed/Clff
Johnson and Boston
Blackle/Cari Baker cards he
took a good recipe of boos and
hisses from the fans. '
Kid Barr, another injury in
the Goldstein camp, discarded
his cast from his broken left
finger yesterday and plans to
travel next week to Florida
along with Al Moss, the newest
addition to the Goldstein
Camp.
"Both these young fighters
will spend three to four weeks
in Fort Laudenirle where they
wil go through an extensive
boxing programme under the
guidance and supervision of
our mutual friend Pat Currey,"
said Mr. Goldstein. "I am sure
that the B)ahamlan fans will be,
in for a real treat and surprise
when both these young men
make their return to the ring."
Freddie Major, recently
returned from his semi-final
bout in Puerto Rico where he
lost a decision resumes hard
training under the watchful eye
S .... of Bahamas and West Indies
y that Heavyweight Champ Boston
agulas Blackie who has been training
e him the former lightweight champ
ship. since 1968. Major is well on his
way to making a challenge for
ceived the lightweight title in the near
future.
oston Roscoe Bel who has shown
siems slight improvement in his
ion of recent outing with Bisini's
cooking Eddie Flash ,has definitely
t with made up his mind not to flight
much aain until he has completed
outing. four weeks of sturdy training.
round This decision came as a result
victory of his poor showing in the
qixth round of that fight when
he tired considerably and came
eflnite near to being knocked out.
bout. Pat Currey announced that
Baby Johnny "Hud" Hudgins,
work Bobby Lloyd and Lee Royster
m. are all looking forward to
from' returning to action in the
much Bahamas. All are in good shape
e pest. except for Lloyd who is still
draw nursing a vwolen right hand
esato fm his last bout with Rollse.


Solos to 3 set victory


PIZZA SOLOS leaned heavily
Baett nd, using it as their i
15-7,15.7 ad 21.19 to hold a
Slght i the Commonwealth Le
Fedettem's 1973 series.
Whim 3vnett, in rotation,
went to the back line, Paul
Clark and Ferry Lockhart
moved into place and took
over respectably. Receiving and
contributing accurate sets,
player/coach Dr. Norman Gay,
Byron Campbell and Roy
Yarall saw to it that the setters
were wel supplied.
B.E.C's Sam Glover, Steve
Barrett and Ken Pratt kept the
competition going but came
alive only in the bottom of the

S.A.A. ENE

INS MM

II IE FMIT
WITH THE DANGEROUS
spiking of Linda Davis and the
team's new addition, Tangy
Ambrister of S.A.C.A., assisted
by team captain Patty
Symonette and Cora Hepburn
came through with a 15-10,
12-15, IS-7, 11-IS, 15-10 win
in last night's opener against
Paradise Birds.
S.A.C.A.'s men following
the pattern of their sister team
knocked out Cold Front 15-5,
15-4, 15-10 and picked up
their first victory in 4 games to
maintain fourth place in the
Islanders League.
Both S.A.C.A. and Paradise
Birds played up to par in a do
or die final set when both
teams got a bit more serious.
Nevertheless S.A.C.A. broke up
the Birds' defence and came
through with the win that
placed them at a 2-3 record.
S.A.C.A. men's team simply
demolished the rookies of Cold
Front when John Johnson
along with Sharon Storr made
outstanding sets to Leonard
Archer who made good use of
the.




-1 -ilwa Y


CLARIFIES HIS

STATEMENTS
EDITOR, The Tribune:
Thank you for allowing me
space in your newspaper to
clarify the recent statements
made in The Guardian
concerning why The Bahamas
Amateur Golf Club decided
against playing in the
Tournament at Lyford Cay
Golf Club.
First I should like to clarify
the statement on my son; I am
sure that everyone who is
acquainted with me is aware of
the fact that I can afford to
pay the sum of $7.50 for my
son to play golf. Not only can I
afford to pay, but I am
prepared to do so. However, he
is a junior, and my thoughts
are in connection with the
number of junior golfers who
would like to play golf but
whose parents do not make
even $150 per week, so how
can they possibly afford to pay
$50 to $70 on the sport of golf
alone.
That, in my opinion, is very
unfair to the growth of golfers
in this country and it is
principally for this reason that
I condemn anyone who does
not share my opinion.
The main reason why I think
we (The Bahamas Amateur
Golf Club) should not play in
the tournament at Lyford Cay
is because the tournament was
designed to increase the
revenue of the Lyford Cay
Club. So convinced am I of this
that if I wished to boost the
revenue of any Golf Club It
would only be the Clubs that
support the education
programme of golf.
I understand that Lyford
Cay Club is supposed to be a
private Club, and I quote the
words of the Pro at the Lyford
Cay Club "it is not the
responsibility of this Club to
educate golfers in this country
since the Lyford Cay Club is
private". I replied that if this
was the case why should I
spend my money there to
support their Club.
Under these circumstances I
feel that all golfers who are
interested in developing golf in
our country should support
our came in this matter.
Muc GaInoU ,
Tournament Dirmeor &
Vis President aheine
AmtewurGolf tCh


on the deadly spiin of Brock
main weapon, wiped out B.E.C.
second place tie wtlh the ta
apue of th Baduas Voelleybd


third set when Pizza seemed to
go cold.
The Solos in the first set
trailed 4-0 until Gay on a well
placed spike started a rally and
behind the service of Clark ran
to an 8-4 lead when B.E.C.
called a time out Returning to
the court, a mis-hit by Gay
broke Solos' service.
B.EC. was good enough for
only one point and with
Barrett and Lockhart pacing
the forward line, Solos
maintained a 9-6 lead. A
service-breaking spike by
Barrett placed him at the line
and he served them to their
first victory.
Pizza, returning their
starting six in the second of the
best of five sets zoomed to a
9-2 lead behind the four-point
serving of Clark and the
defensive playing of Barrett
and Yaralli.
B.E.C. made a late start for
the win behind the serving of
Ken Pratt who dished out four
points. However, i. soft drink
by Campbell gave Yaralli the
service and Solos a 2-0 lead.
SIX DEUCES
The third set which saw th..
score deuced six times had
B.E.C. holding the Solos to
two points while Merill
Johnson's service pushed them
ahead 6-2. Solos however still
held on and trailed 8-5 four
services later.
When Yaralli went to the
line, Pizza was behind 11-5 and
with Barrett, Clark and
Lockhart holding their own on
the forward line ran to a 14-13
lead.
Pratt at the line for B.E.C.
gave them a 15-14 edge before
Barrett again came through in
the clutch of the game moving
them 16-15. Both sides battled
through deuces to 19 when
Pizza came through for their
third win.
Pizza now go into training
for a match against Prince
Williams High on Thursday.


JAMAICA TIMES GIRLS LOSE TO ALL-STARS
THE NEW PROVIDENCE All Star Ladies Softball Squad jumped on losing pitcher r
Winifred Roper for 22 hits enroute to a 24-23 edge over Jamaica Times in the third game
of a series last night at the John F. Kennedy Park. The Times trail the series 2.1.
Trailing 4-0 going Into the fourth Inning, the Bahamian girls exploded for 14 big runs
including nine hits. The Jamaicans however played steadily on and scored six runs In the
top of the seventh and final Inning to once more take the lead 22.17.
Catcher Flo Rolle started the rally in the bottom of the seventh when she bunted on,
and stole second. Vangy Bowleg ended it all on a ground rule double which drove in the
tying run. She was later wild pitched home.
Pictured above is the touring Jamaica Times ladies team.


Gary Player leads U.S.Open by 3 strokes


OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA
(AP) Doughty South African
Gary Player, underweight and still
on the mend from recent major
surgery, tamed the terrors of
Oakmont with a brilliant,
four-under-par 67 and took a three
stroke lead Thursday in the first
round of the United States Open
Golf championship.
Player, one of only four men
ever to win al the world's major
championships, used a deft, delicate
putting touch to solve the riddles of
the glas-slick, contoured greens
that had many of the game's
greatest talking to themselves.
"I played scared all day," said
brash and breezy Lee Trevino,
whose 70 put him In a tie for
second with Jim Colbert and Ray
Floyd.
Jack Nicklaus, the defending
champion and a solid favourite to
win this title for the fourth time,
has a 71, par on the 6,921 yards of
the Oakmont Country Club course.
Australian Bruce Crampton,
winner of three tournaments and
second only to Nicklaus on the
money-winains ist this year, shot a
75.
So did Tony Jacklln of England.
Amateur sensation Ben Crenshaw
had an 80. He was one of about
two do4en at that figure or higher.
George Archer had i 76., J.C
Snead 77. Tom Welskopf, winner of
three of his last four starts, cooled
off to a 73-his first round over par
In more- than a month.


Jimmy Jamieson four-putted en
route to a 74. Masters champion
Tommy Aaron had a 78. Billy
Casper, winner of more than 40
tour titles, went to a 79.


Nicklaus, generally regarded1is
the world's premier player, was ted
- four strokes back of Player -
with sallant Gene Litter, New
Zealand left-hander Bob Chasis
and lonashot Raloh Johnston. '-.


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