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Costa Rican president



says Vesco extradition



may go on for months

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA (AP)- President Jose Figueres says
financier Robert L Vesco has given him a personal promme to
cooperate with Costa Rican courts considering his extradition to
the United States.
The President said in an on for some four or five
interview Wednesday night that months," he said. "I have no


the promise extended to
Vesco's appearance in a Costa
Rican court should it be
deemed necessary.
Meanwhile, Figueres said,
the financier is welcome to
come and go as he pleases
while the matter of extradition
is being resolved.
Figures hinted that the
extradition proceedings could
drag on for months and cited
the case of several Peruvian
lawyers now residing here who
are wanted in Peru.
"That case has already gone


Ex[ tl passprts

4ilii li hi' atk
EXISTING passports held
by Bahamians will be valid for
a transitional period of 18
months, Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling disclosed in
the House today.
Mr. Pindling said he had
been advised that there would
be no difficulties in this regard
-from the principal countries.
At the end of the 18-month
period however, the passports
would lose their validity.
The new passports will
become available immediately
after July 10, the Prime
Minister said.


Rescue attempts e

trappedl divers tail

KEY WEST, FLA. (AP) A
fourth attempt to rescue four
men trapped in mini research
submarine on the floor of the
Atlantic failed Monday.
Officials expressed grave
concern for the men's safety.
"We must get to that sub;'
said Commander R. H. Bisbing,
a U.S. Navy spokesman. "We
hope the men can survive."
The four, two of them
reportedly unconscious in a rear
compartment of the sub, were
on their last emergency supply
of oxygen and Bisbing said a
new attempt to reach them
could take several hours.
The air supply for the four
had dwindled to about an hour
at 1500 GMT as divers worked
feverishly to reach them with a
diving bell Two reportedly
already were unconscious.

CORRECTION
IT WAS stated incorrectly in
Saturday night's Tribune that
Sandy Point and Crossing
Rocks residents in Abaco on
Friday "indicated their
willingness to abandon the free
Abaco movement. The
sentence should have read that
they "indicated their
willingness to abandon the
Free National Movement and
join the new opposition party
Mr. Watkins has said will be
formed soon."


SEETS AND


PILLOW CASES


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idea how long this one will go
on. This one might be quick. It
might be longer."
The U.S. embassy formally
has asked for the extradition of
Vesco based on a charge by the
International Controls Corp.,
which he founded, that he
made fraudulent use of a
telegram to order the transfer
of 250,000 dollars from the
Bahamas to his New York
account. The indictment was
announced Wednesday in New
York.
According to the embassy
here, fraud is covered under
the 1922 Extradition
Agreement between the United

States and Costa Rica.
Vesco is already under
criminal indictment for giving
President Nixon's re-election
campaign an unreported
200,000-dollar donation
I legedly to influence an
investigation into his stock
dplings.
.' SOUGHT BY SWISS
He is also sought in
Switzerland and is a defendant
with 40 others in a U.S.
Securities and Exchange
Commission suit charging them
with bilking the
Vesco-controlled Investors
Overseas Services of 224
nillt- daWrs i Mthreholders'
funds.
Costa Rican security
officials say Vesco, who now
travels on a provisional Costa
Rican passport, left here June
3, presumably for the
Bahamas. U.S. officials have
asked that Vesco be detained
by Costa Rican authorities
while his extradition is studied.
But Figueres said he knew of
no decision by the courts here
on the request.
Figures referred to the
extradition request as "a small
skirmish in a huge battle"
between Vesco and the
Securities and Exchange
Commission. He predicted the
SEC-Vesco controversy would
last several years.
As to the ultimate success of
the extradition request,
Figures said: "Our lawyer
friends say that they see no
future to it."
Figures said he believed
that the cable sent to transfer
the funds was not even sent
from U.S. soil. He said he
believed that transfer order
originated in the Bahamas,
where the funds were.
NEED THE MONEY
In light of the controversy
surrounding Vesco before and
after his difficulties with U.S.
authorities, the President was
asked if he would have allowed
Vesco to invest in Costa Rica.
"Absolutely," he declared,
"our country needs the
money."
He estimated that Vesco had
invested about 35 million
dollars in this Central
American country, about 20
million dollars in government
bonds and the remainder in
private investment.
Several million dollars have
been invested in a holding
company Figueres founded in
1928. The President said the
company needed new capital
secret.
Should Vesco eventually be
extradited, Figueres said he
doubted the funds invested
here, especially in bonds,
would be affected.
Figures said that, if U.S.
courts decided to transfer
control of the funds to a
trusteeship, then it
automatically became the
creditor.
He said the government
bonds are being serviced
normally, adding: "The
moment that we get a legal
order saying that the
trusteeship has been appointed
by the judge and that the
whole thing is settled, all these
people who hold the bonds
have to do is a the new
administrator,". :


CITIZENSHIP BILL PASSES THE HOUSE




Bahamian status persons


register


to become citizens here


By NICKI KELLY
THE GOVERNMENT'S CITIZENSHIP BILL experienced relatively easy passage through the House this
morning, other than for the urging of FNM representative Kendal Isaacs that the government display its maturity
by being liberal-minded in the use of its discretionary powers.


"By and large I have no
serious criticism of the Bill, but
there are one or two matters I
would like to comment on,"
Mr. Isaacs remarked. As in all
Acts of this kind, he said, the
government must have an
overwhelming discretion as to
who should be allowed to
become citizens of the
Bahamas, and as much as one
would question these powers
and like to curtail them, they
were necessary.
Mr. Isaacs noted that there
were certain categories of
persons dealt with in the Bill
that were not usually dealt
with in other Bills of this kind.
Those that now had Bahamian
status had a year in which to
register but subject to the
conditions of Clause 7.
There was only one
provision in that clause to
which he wished to draw
attention, Mr. Isaacs said. This
was the "omnibus" section
which gave the Minister
authority to refuse citizenship
on grounds of "any other
sufficient reason of public
policy" that would make it not
in the public good to grant
citizenship.
"I only hope that the
government will be liberal in
their interpretation of'Clause 7
and that politics or anything
that does not affect the public
good of the country, will not
be taken into consideration
when these applications are
made," he said.
There was some reason for
concern in this regard, Mr.
Isaacs continued. "Some
persons of Turks Island descent
have been dealt with in a
somewhat severe manner by
the immigration authorities,'
although the public had been
given to understand that
persons resident here upwards
of 15 years would be given
special consideration.
On the "deprivation of
citizenship" section, Mr. Isaacs
questioned the fact that a
person could so be deprived if
he had "shown himself by act
or speech to be disloyal or
disaffected towards the
Bahamas."
"Once a person has become


a Bahamian then that person
should be considered like the
rest of us as a first class citizen,
and if he sees fit to join an
opposition party or criticize
the government of the day,
then he should be free to do
so.
MATURITY
"I hope this government or
any other government will
honour this as it will be a sign
of maturity and show that the
government can withstand
criticism," he said.
While a person whom the
government seeks to deprive of
citizenship had the right of
appeal to a committee of
inquiry, Mr. Isaacs said he
hoped the appointment of such
a committee would not be a
mpletely hollow exercise"
asmuch as the Minister could
disregard the committee's
recommendations.
Where there was doubt of
citizenship, the member
continued, it should not be
taken as conclusive proof that
the person was not a citizen
merely because the Minister
did not grant a certificate.
In a last point Mr. Isaacs-
recommended that the
government not use the matter
of citizenship, particularly in
the case of those who had a
right to register, to impose
heavy fees. "This provision
should not be used for revenue
earning, only to cover the cost
of administering the Bill," he
declared.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindlingg, who moved for
second reading of the Bill,
noted that the Bahamas
Independence Bill had now
passed all its stages in the
British Parliament and the
necessary Order in Council
would be submitted to the
Privy Council on June 21.
"The final draft of the
Constitution has been vetted
by delegates to the Conference
and will be ready in time for
several thousand copies to be
made available to the public
after July 10," he informed
House members.
It had been felt at the
Conference that a Bill such as


the present one should be
moved through the Bahamian
Parliament in all its stages and
this was what he was now
doing, the Prime Minister said.
DIDN'T FOLLOW
Mr. Pindling then touched
on various aspects of the Bill.
He noted that the government
had not followed other
precedents where the Republic
of Ireland was included as a
part of the Commonwealth and
was therefore, technically, not
an alien.
Secondly, provision was
made to cover illegitimate
children. Third, the Bahamas
was not prepared to assume
responsibility for the orphans
of the world, therefore
provision had been made in
clause 4 to cover persons born
aboard a registered ship or
aircraft.
Fourth, Clause 5, he said,
gave those persons with
Bahamian status one year in
which to apply for citizenship
if they wished to do so and the
grounds on which this could be
dorne were spelled out in Clause
.7 1 the i1l.
"The grounds on which a,
person can apply for
registration is almost virtually
the same as one would apply to
become a naturalized citizen,
except for certain residency
qualifications."
A natural born citizen could
not lose his citizenship except
by his own act, the Prime
Minister emphasized. "The
principle on deprivation of
citizenship is that what the law
can give the law can take
away."
The Bill however provided
that before the Minister could
deprive a person of citizenship
he was required to give notice
in writing of the grounds on
which he proposed to do so.
The person could then call on
the Minister to hold an inquiry,
in which case a committee was
appointed to go into the
matter.
Three minor amendments
were foreshadowed by the
Prime Minister and approved.
FNM representative Michael
Lightbourn (Clarence Town)


who broke with the party line
on Abaco ten days ago, said he
objected to the Minister of
Immigration having too many
powers and being able to
"deprive a person of
citizenship at any time."
CONFUSED
Mr. Lightbourn, who was
consulting an earlier draft of
the Constitution, appeared
confused by Section 7 of the
Bill which refers to the
registration of persons wishing
to become citizens Under
Articles 5, 7 and 10 of the
Constitution.
He observed that Article 5
said that these people "should
become citizens," therefore he
did not see why the question
of registration was raised in
Section 7 of the Citizenship
Bill.
Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna pointed out that
Mr. Lightbourn was probably
referring to an outdated draft
as Article 5 of the Constitution
dealt with the registration of
persons entitled to be citizens.
The Prime Minister informed
Mr. Lightbourn that it was not
possible to deprive any one
born in the Bahamas or anyone
naturalized here of his
citizenship.
This is the fourth or fifth
draft of the Bill, he pointed
out.
(Automatic citizenship to
Bahamian subjects naturalized
in the Bahamas is granted
under Clause 4 of the
Constitution).
Mr. Hanna described the Bill
as a "good and fair one," and
said that the government had
gone to great lengths to assure
its fair operation.
"We as a small country have
been able to call on the
experience of others and learn
from their mistakes," he said.
Also approved by House
today was a Bill prescribing the
oath of allegiance to be taken
by the Governor-General and
other persons in the service of
the Bahamas.
The Prime Minister
described the Bill as a "tidying
up" measure.
The House will meet again
Wednesday.


SCIOILS SHCK TIAYT


John Chaplin fired as



St. Andrew's School



head after 19 years

MR. JOHN CHAPLIN, headmaster of St. Andrew's School for
the past 19 years, was fired from his post this morning by the


school's Board of Directors.
The letter terminating Mr.
Chaplin's services was dated
June 14. It was delivered to
him in the chambers of Mr.
Orville Turnquest, a director of
the Board, in the presence of
Mr. William Holowesko, board
chairman, and Mrs. Molly
Chappelle, board secretary.
"I am directed by the Board
of Directors of St. Andrew's
School," the letter read, "to
advise you formally that, by
the unanimous decision of the
Board at a meeting held on the
12th June, 1973, your
appointment as headmaster of
the school will not be renewed
after the expiration of the 31st
August, 1973 of your present
period of service.
"The Board is concerned
that you have, over the past
three years, advised the Board
on several occasions of your
intention to resign, or
alternatively not to seek
renewal of your appointment.
This and other factors have
caused the Board to determine
that in the best interests of the
school and its future
management, it is desirable
that your retirement as
Headmaster of the school
should take place at this time.
"I am also directed to
confirm that all salary to which
you are entitled will be fully
paid and satisfied upon the
completion of your present
term of service.
"In order to provide for
continuity, there will be
appointed an acting
headmaster of the school to act
until a new headmaster is
appointed. In the meantime I
am to advise you that the
Board has given authority for
you to begin pre-retirement
leave as from the 30th June,
1973 on which date the acting
headmaster will be instructed
to assume the duties of your
post.
"On behalf of the Board and
shareholders of the company
and in particular all those
students and their parents who
have over the past 19 years
been connected with St.
Andrew's, I am directed to
convey to you our sincere
appreciation for the invaluable
contribution which you have
made to the school during your
long period of service."
The letter was signed by
Mrs. Chappelle as secretary to
the Board of Directors.
ACTING HEADMASTER
Mr. Lou Morgan, former
education director with the
Ministry of Education, who


Only respect for the Queen preventing Abaco MP from


By MIKE LOTHIAN
ONLY RESPECT for the Crown is preventing Marsh Harbour
M.P. Errington Watkins from burning the Union Jack for Britain's
rejection of Abaco's bid to remain British when the Bahamas


becomes independent on July 10.
"If it wasn't for my long
association with and respect for
the British Crown, I would
personally burn the Union Jack
and send the ashes to them for
the way they've treated us,"
Mr. Watkins declared on
Saturday.
Mr. Watkins was speaking at
a meeting in Cherokee Sound
as he continued a tour of his
constituency following his
expulsion from the Opposition
Free National Movement and
his announcement' last week
that he was accepting defeat in
his efforts to separate Abaco
from the rest of the Bahamas.
He had visited the all-black
settlements of Crossing Rocks
and Sandy Point on Friday,
and, following his trip to
all-white Cherokee Saturday
afternoon, he moved on to the
predominantly white Marsh
Harbour Saturday night.
In all four settlements
supporters met defeat in the
secession issue with
disappointment, Mr. Watkins'
offer to resign as M.P. with flat
refusal, and his invitation to
join a new political party with
enthusiasm.
His speeches in Cherokee
'and Marsh Harbour were
repetitions of those delvered


earlier in Sandy Point and
Crossing Rocks.
"I am sorry I'm unable to
bring you the news we all so
badly wanted," Mr. Watkins
told about 60 people in
Cherokee. "But I want you to
know that no stone was left
unturned, no trick was not
used."
He said that during the
debate Tuesday on the
Bahamas Independence Bill in
the British House of Lords,
Lord Brockway "castigated the
white people of Abaco. He
tried to give the impression
that the people who wanted
Abaco to remain under Britain
were a bunch of racists.
"I said to myself, why are
we, who have been so loyal for
200 years, trying so hard to
stay with them when they fight
so hard to kick us out."
He went on to say that "we
have no other choice at this
stage but to go along with an
independent Bahamas. I don't
mean we must join the PLP -
God forbid. But we must do
everything we can to make
Abaco a success in an
independent Bahamas.
"All this talk about
violence and bloodshed is just
talk."


burning the flag


He told the Cherokee
residents that when the new
Bahamas flag is raised on
independence day they should
not try to interfere. "The
Union Jack is just as bad as the
one they will come to put up,"
he said.
He would personally burn
the British flag if he did not
respect the British Crown, he
told them.
He told the people of his bid
two weeks ago to win House of
Assembly approval of a
resolution calling for a
referendum in Abaco to decide
the island's future in relation
to an independent Bahamas.
He recalled that the issue split
the FNM's House members
into two groups, with four
supporting the resolution and
four voting with the
Government to defeat the
measure.
He said he was still in
London when he learned last
Tuesday that he had been
expelled from the FNM.
However, "I personally
considered that I was no longer
a member of that organisation
when Kendal Isaacs said he was
going along with the
Government on independence.
"Now, I still believe there's
no room in this country for


independent members of
parliament, but as of Monday I
will stand in the House of
Assembly as the independent
representative for the Marsh
Harbour constituency.
"I don't intend to be an
independent for very long,
though. The Council for a Free
Abaco will not be disbanded.
We will turn it into a political
movement."
He said the FNM accused
him of being irresponsible and
told him "I should have gone
along with Kendal Isaacs and
them and told the people of
Abaco to jump in the lake.
"I'm not ashamed and I
don't want you to be ashamed
that we lost.
"The point is, you elected
me as an FNM. I am no longer
an FNM. If you think it is no
longer in your best interest to
have me as your representative,
say so the seat belongs to
you."
The Cherokee residents
loudly made it clear they did
not want Mr. Watkins'
resignation.
"In that case, you can burn
your FNM cards," the M.P.
told them. "In two weeks I will
be back to you and I'm quite
auoe by then there will be 'a
new organisation on which to


build over the next four years
in the hope of defeating the
Government."
Mr. Watkins advised them to
boycott any independence
celebrations, because a PLP
supporter might make a remark
to anger them and "trouble"
would be the result.
Mr. Watkins added that "I
believe we have brought our
case so forcefully to the
nations of the world that the
world will be watching the
Bahamas as it moves into
independence. I hope Pindling
will grow up and administer.
this country fairly, without
fear or favour or malice or
ill-will towards anyone. I will
be the watch-dog for Abaco."
In Marsh Harbour Mr.
Watkins told over 150
supporters "I hear a lot of talk
about guns, ammunition,
dynamite and a barge-load of
tanks. All this foolishness
about violence forget it," he
declared amid loud applause.
Mr. Watkins, a former police
officer, said "I have spent 21
years fighting lawlessness in
this country. We don't want,
we will not have and I will not
accept civil disobedience in
Abaco."
He said "the last chapter in
this episode" was his expulsion
from the FNM.
Mr. Watkins said that within
two weeks a new party will be
formed. Will you join?" The
crowd responded with "vea!"


JOHN CHAPLIN
.. out of a job
had his contract terminated by
"mutual agreement" by the
Ministry in May 1972, has been
appointed acting headmaster.
It was reported at the time that
then education minister
Carlton Francis gave
instructions on May 5, 1972
that Mr. Morgan was to be
removed immediately from his
post. Later a "mutual
agreement" was arrived at
whereby Mr. Morgan's contract
was terminated.
Mr. Morgan joined St.
Andrew's staff in September
last year.
Mr. Chaplin told The
Tribune today that a "very
harmonious relationship has
existed with the various school
board chairmen and through
this the sllool has piogrsed
to its present position of 750
pupils in a 2V2 million dollar
premises with an academic
record second to none in the
Bahamas."
Mr. Chaplin said that the
"present trouble" with the
Board of Directors started in
June 1972 when the
headmaster asked for the
resignation of two teachers.
The Board of Directors, he
said, under Mr. Holowesko, its
chairman, reinstated the
teachers within 48 hours.
Mr. Chaplin said that the
only resignation that he has
ever submitted to the Board
was as a result of this action.
In the letter, addressed to
Mr. Holowesko and dated
September 29, 1972, Mr.
Chaplin said:
"Over the past eighteen
years as headmaster of St.
Andrew's School, I have
enjoyed a very pleasant
relationship with its many
Boards and Chairmen. Events
of the past few months have
destroyed this.
"I am now convinced that a
good working relationship, so
essential for the Chairman and
Headmaster, cannot be
established between you and
me.
"It is with great regret,
therefore, that I have to inform
the Board of my intention not
to seek reappointment when
my present contract expires in
August, 1973."
REJECTED
Mr. Chaplin's resignation
was unanimously rejected by
the Board at its next meeting
on October 3, 1972.
Mr. Chaplin's contract
expires on August 31 this
year. He said that the
termination clause in his
contract stipulates that in the
case of termination by either
party a full term's notice has to
be given by the party
terminating. He maintains that
for dismissal on August 31, he
should have been given notice
during the Easter vacation.
which was in April.
Mr. Chaplin was granted
work permit in September,
1972, which expires in
February 1976.
Mr. Chaplin arrived in the
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DEAN WILL INSIST HE DISCUSSED COVER-UP WITH NIXON
WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate Watergate committee will question
John Dean today in a dosed-door sesion. The investigators will try to
establish how much of the former White House counsel's testimony can be
brought out publicly. Dean is scheduled to take the witness stand
tomorrow in the live televised hearings.
The Senators on the panel will be looking for testimony that might
endangr national security by revealing government secrets or violate the
attorney-clent privilege.
Nuws reports indicate Dean will testify he discussed the Watergate
cover-up with President Nixon. Nixon has denied any knowledge of the
cover-up. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
SEE-SAW OF PRICE OF GOLD & VALUE OF $ CONTINUES
LONDON (AP) The value of the American dollar declined sharply
today and hit new record lows in Paris and Frankfurt. At the same time,
the price of gold went higher. In London, the pound reached its highest
level ever against the dollar.
The drop in the dollar's value followed a prediction today by the Bank
of International Settlements of Basel Switzerland. The bank said the dollar
crisis is not near an end and blamed Nixon administration policies.


TWO OF FOUR TRAPPED MEN MAY BE IN COMA
KEY WEST, FLORIDA (AP) Navy officials said shortly after
daybreak today that a submarine rescue bell and two divers were being
lowered in an effort to free four men trapped in a midget submarine. The
sub is caught in the wreck of a scuttled destroyer, 351 feet down and 20
miles off the Florida coast. The air supply Is diminishing, and the
commander of the navy base at Key West says two of the men may already
be in coma from the excessive carbon dioxide level.
The air supply had been expected to last until noon, but the two men in
the rear compartment of the sub failed to respond to radio
communication. The two men in the front, however, say the men in the
rear are still breathing.
The sub had been inspecting the scuttled ship and marine life attracted
to it. (* SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
NIXON ALWAYS KEPT FULLY INFORMED ON BREAK-IN
WASHINGTON (AP)- The Associated Press has seen summaries
covering every major development in the Watergate burglary and related
cases. News summaries covering every published allegation have been
placed on the President's desk daily since the break-In a year ago today.
The AP has seen SO of the digests in all, a three-inch stack of papers
devoted primarily to Watergate hearings totalled 218 pages. Of these, 248
pages dealt with Watergate. One of the summaries, dated May 22nd,
devoted eleven pages to Watergate and only six pages to other news of the
world. (9 SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
VARYING OPINIONS AS TO NIXON'S INVOLVEMENT
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Two thirds of 1,546 persons surveyed in
early June by the Gallup Poll said they believed President Nixon was
involved in either the planning or the cover-up of the Watergate scandal.
According to the Gallup organization survey, taken June 1 to 4, public
awareness of the Watergate affair has reached 97 per cent. The level of
awareness in early April was 83 per cent and 52 per cent in September
1972, the poll reported.
The percentage of people interviewed who believed Watergate was a
"very serious matter" Increased from 31 per cent In early April to 47 per
cent in the June polL Meanwhile, the percentage that termed Watergate
"just politics" dropped from April's 53 per cent total to 46 per cent.
Thirty-one per cent of those Interviewed said they believed President
Nixon found out about the Watergate bugging after it took place, but tried
to cover it up, while 28 percent said they thought Nixon knew about
Watergate before it took place, but that he did not plan the burglary
mission.
Another 8 per cent told the Gallup organization they thought Nixon
planned the Watergate bugging from the beginning.
Nineteen per cent of those queried said they believed Nixon had no
knowledge of the butsing and spoke up as soon as he learned of it, while
the remaining 14 percent either said they had no opinion or had not heard
of the scandal.


OPPOSITION'S LAWYER NAMED PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT'
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS (AP) St. Lucia-born, Barbados-based
attorney-at-law Jack Dear, who was Friday declared a prohibited
immigrant by the Grenada government, has challenged the decision saying
"It will have to be tested by the law courts."
The Grenada government took the decision because it claimed Dear
went out of his way at the recent London constitutional talks to interfere
in the politics of the state. It also alleged he made expressions politically
derogatory to the government.
Dear was an adviser to the opposition delegation led by Herbert Blaize,
'which attended the independence talks last month along witi
,. repreplaettives of the Grenada government iptier Premier Eric Gairy.
Rlcling a recent agreement between,-Orenada, St. Lucia and St.
Vincent permitting freedom of movement for nationals of the three
Associated States, Dear said: "I was born in St. Lucia and therefore the
S Oenada government has no right to impose any restriction on my freedom
of movement in and out of the state. "It will have to be tested by the law
S courts," he added.
Dear denied Interfering in the politics of the state or saying anything
that was untrue although some of what "I said might be unpalatable to the
Grenada government."
He branded as unconstitutional and attempt to prevent people from
using the services of the lawyer of their choice, pointing outt reflected a
government's dislike of Independent lawyers who could not be pushed
around.
TWO SEVERE EARTH TREMORS IN JAPAN
TOKYO (AP) A strong earthquake that churned up a small tidal wave
hit northern Japan Sunday, Injuring 23 persons, sinking fishing boats and
flooding scores of homes, authorities reported.
No deaths were reported and police said most of the injuries resulted
from flying glass or falling objects. Most were hokkaido, Japan's
northernmost island.
A second quake hit Hokkaido about 10 hours later but there were no
S Immediate reports of Injuries or damage.
The central meteorological agency said both quakes registered five on
S the Japanese scale of seven at the areas of peak intensity.
The first quake was felt as far south as Tokyo, where Its Intensity was
three.
GOLDA MEIR TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION
TEL AVIV (AP) Israeli Premier Golda Meir has formally announced
her decision to run for re-election In October shesa says he decided to run
again when attempts failed to find another candidate for her party.
The announcement came in a letter from Mrs. Meir read at a Tel Aviv
meeting of the dominant Israeli Labour Party. The letter was read by the
secretary-general of the party (Aharon Yadlin).


BLAST DEMOLISHES MINISTER'S HOUSE
ST. JOHN'S, ANTIGUA (AP) The residence of the Minister of Home
AfflTs Donald Halstead was completely destroyed In the early hours
Monday by an explosion.
Reports that the explosion had been caused by a bomb were not
immediately confirmed.
Firimen who arrived on the scene shortly after the explosion was heard
could do nothing to save the building from fire.
Halted lived In what was once an exclusively white area In the Antigua
sgar factory compound at Gunthropes, just three miles east of St. John's.


John Dean, star


Watergate witness


to testify tomorrow

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate Watergate Committee
meets behind closed doors Monday with fired White House
counsel John W. Dean Ill to prepare its star witness for his
appearance at televised public hearings Tuesdav


The panel's vice chairman,
Sen. Howard II. Baner Jr.,
(R-Tenn.) predicted Sunday
that Dean "will tell a rather
complete story," hopefully
unabridged by claims of'
executive privilege or an
att orney-client relationship
with President Nixon.
At the committee's
executive session, the Senators
are expected to consider
national security issues and
Dean's many conversations
with Nixon to determine how
much can be brought out
publicly without exposing
critical government secrets or
violating the right of a client to
talk to his attorney without
fear of disclosure.
Baker, interviewed on the
ABC broadcast "Issues and
Answers," said he hopes the
President won't invoke
executive privilege or the
attorney-client relationship to
block Dean's testimony.
"The usual and traditional
and historic role of
attorney-client would not seem
to obtain," Baker said, because
Dean was a member of the
White House staff and not a
personal attorney retained by
Nixon.
Various accounts indicate
Dean may be the one man
willing to talk who could offer
direct evidence that President

DEAN DISCLOSES

NE HAS DOCUMENTS

TO SUPPORT HIM


WASHINGTON (AP)- John
W. Dean III was quoted today
as saying he has documents
detailing exchanges between
President Nixon and him that
back up Dean's version of the
h Watergate scandal.
Earlier news accounts have
reported that Dean has told
investigators behind closed
doors that Nixon was aware of
efforts to cover up the
Watergate break-in.
In an interview with Mary
McGrory of the Washington
Star-News. Dean said he is not
looking forward to his public
testimony Tuesday before the
Senate's Watergate committee.
"It's a hard thinking to
point a finger at the Presdent
and wash all that dirty linen in
public," Dean said.
"But I talked to some older,
wiser men in the Republican
Party, some of them good
friends of the President and
they advised me to tell
everything I know."
Dean said he would not
identify those from whom he
sought advice.
Dean said he fully recognizes
the nature of the ordeal he
faces.
"I think they (the Senators)
will believe me because I've got
the facts-and the documents
and papers the President sent
to me and copies of those I
sent to him," Dean said and
added:
"John Dean stands nothing
to gain by going up there and
laying all this out and facing
several days of intense
questioning."
Dean acknowledged that he
was deeply involved in the
Watergate coverup. "I don't
blame anyone else," he said.
"I would characterize what I
did as stupid," he said. "I knew
what I was doing. I didn't like
doing it. Obviously I wouldn't
be fighting for immunity if I
wasn't involved."
Dean has already received
limited immunity for any
testimony he gives before the
Senate Committee or for any
leads that may flow from that
testimony.
He is still seeking from
federal prosecutors a full
guarantee that he will not be
prosecuted if he testifies
against others at any
subsequent trials.
In the interview, Dean
asserted that he had used his
influence as White House
counsel to "put off more
crazy, illegal schemes that
came to me than anyone else."
He claimed his actions in the
Watergate affair were "of lesser
magnitude than what others
did."
FRENCH SUMMIT SET

PARIS (AP)- Soviet Commnuilst
Party Cehef Leonid Breshnev wil
confer with President Georgs
Pompldou in Parit June 2S to 27,
the eFmch government announced
Sunday.


Nixon was aware of the
Watergate coverup. Others say
he can't, either because it isn't
true or because Dean wasn't
close enough to the President
to know whether it was true or
not.
EXPLOSIVE
But Dean's testimony about
the hydra-headed scandal is
sure to be explosive. Federal
prosecutors have said the
34-year-old lawyer was "at the
centre of a very profound kind
of corruption" using his
position of trust "to foster a
pervasive scheme to obstruct
justice."
Previous testimony has
linked Dean to meetings at
which plans to break into and
bug Democratic Headquarters
in the Watergate were
discussed. And the Associated
Press has learned that Dean is
prepared to testify that
then-presidential chief of staff
H. R. Haldeman was aware of
those plans as well.
Haldeman has denied any
prior knowledge of the
break-in a year ago and has
insisted he had no knowledge
of a coverup. Informed
sources, however, have said
Haldeman's aide, Gordon
Strachan, is prepared to swear
after he gains immunity for
his testimony that he relayed
the bugging plans to his boss.
Senate lawyers interrogated
dean in private Saturday to
weigh the value of any
information he may have to


link President Nixon with the
Watergate affair.
Dean will testify on
natiQnwide television beginning
Tuesday before the Senate
Watergate committee.
NO COMMENTS
Departing after more than
five hours with investigators
Saturday, he refused to answer
questions put by reporters.
Dean is scheduled to be
questioned in another secret
session Monday by all seven
Senators serving on the
Watergate panel. Saturday's
session came on the eve of the
first anniversary of the arrests
of five agents for the
Committee for the Re-election
of the president inside
Democratic Headquarters at
the Watergate.
Dean reportedly has said he
met with Nixon more than 30
times this year before he and
other aides became implicated
in the scandal and Nixon fired
him.
The White House has
repeatedly denied published
reports the President discussed
the Watergate coverup with
Dean in those sessions.
Archibald Cox, the special
Watergate prosecutor, has
requested the logs of those
conversations and other
documents concerning the
Watergate case from the White
House.
A White House spokesman
said Friday it will reply to
those requests "as soon as
counsel for the President have
an opportunity to act upon
them."
DEVELOPMENTS
These are other Watergate
developments:
A law suit claiming
damages of more than $5
million was filed against the
two main Nixon campaign
committees and 16 individuals
by Spencer Oliver, the former
Democratic Party official on
whose telephone the Watergate
wiretap was placed.
In his suit filed Friday in
U.S. district court Oliver said
his normal activities have been
totally disrupted and his own
motives subjected to suspicion
since the wiretapping at the
Democratic headquarters was
first discovered.
A confidential Nixon
campaign memo to Mitchell
indicated the re-election
committee "had trouble" with
Sen. Lowell P. Weicker Jr.,
(R-Conn.) as early as Feb.
1972. Weicker, now a member
of the Watergate investigating
committee, was said in the
memo to have objected to the
operations in his state of
Nixon's young voters
committee and had insisted on
taking complete control over
the youth campaign.
Sen. Charles H. Percy,
(R-lll.) considered a possible
1976 presidential hopeful, eid
he does not think President
Nixon should resign and
doubts that there will be
impeachment proceedings
against him.


TALKS START


Mnacidy, June 18, 1973.

SKYLAB SETS SPACE RECORDNH|lEBS OF


Astronauts get'phone CUBAN EXILES


IN WASINGTON call from Nixon &


WASHINGTON (AP)-
President Nixon and Soviet
leader Leonid I. Brezhnev
began historic summit talks
Monday with joint pledges to.
work for lasting world peace.
As Nixon welcomed
Brezhenv at colorful
ceremonies on the White House
south lawn., he said "all the
world is watching," their week
of summitry because, "the
people of the world know that
if leaders of the two most
powerful nations ... can work
together ... the chance for a
world peace is infinitely
increased."
In remarks exchanged before
Nixon ushered Brezhnev into
his Oval office to start their
second summit in 13 months,
the President said the "Hopes
of the world rest with us."
"I am confident," he added,
that "we shall not disappoint
those hopes."
Both leaders spoke of the
foundation laid in last year's
Moscow summit and in
extensive exchanges since then
in forecasting success for the
talks.


Brezhnev, wearing two
medals on his suit coat, said
that he was ready to work hard
to "justify the hopes of our
people and serve the interest of
a peaceful future for all
mankind."
"The results of our first
meeting made a good and
reliable foundation for
peaceful relations between our
two countries," Brezhnev said.
"But even then we both took
the view that building on that
foundation we should move
further ahead."
He referred to his "long
journey from Moscow to
Washington," Then added:
"The distances between our
two countries is shrinking not
only because we travel aboard
modern aircraft following well
charted route but because we
share one great goal which is to
ensure a lasting peace for the
peoples of our countries and to
strengthen security on our
planet."
Nixon predicted that this
summit would build on the
foundation laid by the last
toward "the goals we share in
common" better relations
between the two governments
and better life for their people.
Above all, Nixon voiced
hope that the talks could make
strides toward lifting the
burden of arms from the world
and "building a structure of
peace."
Speaking of television
cameras which carried the
ceremony to millions of people
in both countries, Nixon said
"all the world is watching as
we meet on this occasion."
"The hopes of the
world rest with us," he said
before voicing his confidence
those hopes would be met.

CHASSIS IS TO

INVEST IN HAITI?
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI
(AP)- Aristotle Onassis is
reportedly Investigating "three
potential ventures" here, one of
which Is construction of a
petroleum superport, the
English-language daily "News of
Haiti" reported.
The newspaper, which refers to
"unconfirmed sources," says there
has been no official announcement
about the Onasasis trip other than
that it was a vacation.
"But one usually well-informed
source says some kind of
announcement may be expected
within the next six months," the
News said, adding, "no further
details were available as these could
jeopardize future plans".
The three ventures, the
newspaper reported, are:
The Freeport Tortuga project,
off the north coast of Haiti. This
was stopped in April by a court
injunction alleging on behalf of the
government that the Eastiand, Tex..
company which started it had
violated their contract.

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By Paul Recer
SPACE CENTRE, Houston (AP)- The Skylab tronaut got a
phone call from the President and Father's Day wishes from their
families on Sunday s they conducted a variety of scientific and


medical experiments.
President Nixon told the
astronauts they showed that
"man still matters" in space.
The call came during the
23rd day of the 28-day mission
of Charles Conrad Jr., Dr.
Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul J.
Weitz.
At 3:22 a.m. EDT Monday,
the flight of Skylab I will set a
record for space endurance,
passing that of 23 days,. 18
hours and 22 minutes set in
1971 by Soviet cosmonauts on
the mission of Soyuz 11. The
Russians died on reentry when
a hatch failed
The astronauts spent a busy
day conducting experiments.
Kerwin and Conrad operated a
solar telescope photographing
the Sun, while Weitz
performed an astronomy
experiment using an
instrument which studied
distant star fields. Weitz also
rode on a rotating chair which
tested his ability to withstand
motion sickness.
Sunday was special for
Conrad, the skylab 1
commander. He and his wife
were celebrating their 20th
wedding anniversary. Conrad
made arrangements before his
May 25 launch to have 20 red
roses, one for each year of
marriage, delivered to his wife.
In a conversation lasting
about two minutes, Nixon told
the astronauts, "I guess the
way I could summarize this
project is that it proves that
man still matters.
"With all the technical
machines and so forth that you
had to work with, it proved
that when there were
difficulties that the ingenuity
of men in space is what really
matters," said the President.
"You made us all very proud
with how you handled some
very difficult problems in this
project."
INVITE GIVEN
Nixon invited the astronauts
to "Say Hello" at the
California White House in San
Clemente after they return


the Kerwin girls Your present
is smaller than a bread box and
contains more than 50 items."
Kerwin joked to mission
control that the present may
be "the chance from my pay
check. Anyway, thank them
for their good wishes."'
The message to Weitz read:
"Happy Father's Day from all
the kids. The family misses you
and looks forward to your
return."
Conrad has four sons,
Kerwin has three daughters and
Weitz a son and a daughter.
The astronauts awoke at 3
a.m. EDT Sunday as their
orbiting space ship passed the
coast of California.
"We just passed our
downtown San Francisco,"
said Conrad "It's really clear
out there ... it's a fantastic
sight if you see it at night. You
can see La (Los Angeles) and
San Francisco."
The astronauts performed
nine-second rocket firing, using
small thrusters on the attached
command and service modules.
This changed the orbit of
skylab slightly so that when
the Kylab 2 crew boards it
next month, the space station
will be in the proper position
for them to photograph
selected targets on Earth.
Skylab 2 astronauts are
scheduled to fly a 56-day
mission beginning July 27.
Monday morning the men
are scheduled to conduct their
last session using the solar tele-
scope. The instrument has been
used almost daily since the
mission began to shoot pictures.
of the Sun. On Tuesday, the
astronauts will conduct a space
walk to retrieve the solar
pictures. The telescope and the
film are in a compartment
outside the spaceship.
Elements in Skylatr*wll be'.
powered down one by one
through the week until on
Friday the astronauts board
the command ship, undock
from the space station and
return to Earth.


MIAMI, FLA. (AP)
Hundreds of Cuban refugees
who came to the United States
to escape communist rule
desperately want to return to
their homeland.
"I would be willing tot, '" a
paper to go to a Cuban jail it I
could return right away," says
Ignacio Hernandez, a
38-year-old auto mechanic who
rode a freedom flight to Miami
two years ago.
Hernandez said his life has
lost all meaning without his
wife and 7-year-old son, who
live in a small town 49 miles
outside Havana. "that boy and
my wife are the only reason for
living" said Hernandez. Two
years ago I took a boat out and
nearly drowned trying to row
my way back."
Freedom Flights from Cuba
were halted two months ago.
stranding in Cuba the families
of a number of refugees who
have settled in the United
States.
Official estimates place the
number of homesick Cuban
exiles at several hundred. And
the U.S. immigration and
naturalization service says
some have returned home.
Almost one million Cubans live
in the United States, the
majority of them in southern
Florida.
NO STATISTICS
immigration officials say
they don't have statistics on
those who have left because it
is impossible to know a
departing alien's destination.
The exiles have various
reasons for wanting to return
to Cuba, but family separation,
inability to adapt to the U.S.
way of life and loneliness have
spurred most to action one
woman has given up hope in
trying to bring over her
daughter and husband.
Meanwhile, she says, they have
sought her return through
recent contacts with the Cuban
foreign affairs ministry.
"Tt makes iosensf at all for
me to go on here, she said. "In
Cuba, there may not be as
much food and we have to
make do with what we have,
but at least I am among
family."


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NULxus ADDICTS JURAR IN VURBA MAGISTI-
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LFON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Monday, June 18, 1973.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
PRIME Minister Pindling did a complete and unexplainable
- political somersault a few years ago.
During an official visit to England he told the London press
that independence for the Bahamas was something in the distant
future. The reporters got the impression that Independence was
the remotest consideration, far back in his mind.
Only a few days later the Governor of the colony made a
speech at the opening of the Legislature in Nassau. Since the new
constitution came into force in 1964, lifting the Bahamas from
the status of "representative" to the level of "responsible"
Government controlled by a Prime Minister and his Cabinet,
speeches made by the Governor at the convening and prorogation
of the Legislature are written by the Government in power.
In these speeches the Governor reflects the policy of "My
Government", the same as the Queen of England does when she
speaks on any ceremonial occasion. The Governor is now merely
the echo the mouthpiece of the party in power.
In this speech the Governor not only announced that his
Government was headed for Independence but fixed the time for
achieving this aim as the summer of 1973.

Well now ... it has gone according to plan and a free people will
become independent on July 10th, only a few weeks away.
The only explanation Mr. Pindling gave for this extraordinary
performance was a statement to the effect that from where he sat
he saw great advantages in independence for the Bahamian
people.
He has never revealed the nature of his "second sight". It is
possible, of course that, like his side-kick Governor-designate Milo
Butler, he had a walk and a talk with God.
But the only thing ordinary mortals like me can see in
independence is more taxation and stricter controls for the
people enforced by a strong police force which has already been
greatly enlarged for this express purpose.
*** ** i* **


When any Government "speaks in tongues", as Mr. Pindling did
on this occasion, it usually transpires that they have an eye on
Uncle Sam's pocket book. But since Mr. Pindling's "second sight"
a great many changes have taken place in the U.S. and on the
international stage.
The most significant fact is that rich old Uncle Sam now finds
himself in a financial bind because he has been surrounded by too
many pickpockets for too long a time.
This situation is reflected in a recent Associated Press news
despatch from Kingston Jamaica which was published in The
Miami Herald under the heading "U.S. Warns of Cut in Funds to
Develop Hemisphere".
The despatch stated that "the United States has warned its
neighbours that financial priorities at home could cut sharply into
funds allocated for hemispheric development".
This warning was sounded by Treasury Secretary George P.
Schultz in an address to the 14th annual meeting of the board of
governors of the Inter-American Development Bank. He said that
the Nixon administration is watching its budget.
He spoke of the support the U.S. was giving this bank ... $807
million last year with a further $193 million now before Congress
and $500 million budgeted for 1974.
"We will press for the appropriation of these amounts," he
said. "But the Congress will independently examine priorities
and, frankly speaking, I cannot describe the congressional
prospects as other than uncertain."

It is recognized, of course, that the geographical proximity to
the U.S. of the long chain of islands that constitute the Bahamas
archipelago, is of strategic importance to the U.S.
Consciousness of this fact two years ago pushed the panic
button in the White House and the Pentagon when it was realized
that the islands would soon be independent with an unpredictable
Government in control.
But this picture has changed considerably during the past year
and as a result the tension in the U.S. has greatly eased.
The steadily improving relationship between the U.S. and the
Communist governments of Russia and China, plus the abysmal
failure of the Allende government in Chile, which was the first
elected Communist government in this hemisphere, plus also the
, astronomical cost to Russia to maintain a foothold in Cuba, have
all combined to change the whole pattern of life in this
hemisphere.
"We have learned to live with the Communists as neighbours,"
a highly placed American told me the other day.


Another important fact is that Americans are beginning to
realize that dear old Uncle Sam has failed in his efforts to buy
friends. Friendship is something on which there is no price tag. It
must be earned. It cannot be bought.
There is growing public opinion in the U.S. against the
government giving away money to countries that later become
unfriendly, while millions of their own people need help at home.
"We can't compete with Western Germany today," a Rotarian
commented to me the other day, "because they have modern
factories given them by Uncle Sam, while the factories in
Pittsburgh are old and antiquated."
Another group of Rotarians, who are the business men in this
area, blew up when they read in the newspapers about a gift of
.10 million to the Bahamas Government for agricultural
experiments, plus an $11 million loan by the Import-Export
Bank, which had previously been turned down, for the
construction of schools in the Bahamas.
"What in the hell is this all about!" one man exploded. "We
stay in the country and pay taxes out of our ears and nose and
Uncle Sam gives our money to a tax haven where Americans have
lost their investments because they have been booted out of the
country by harsh immigration restrictions. This is not quite
expropriation of foreign investments but it's too damn near it to
be comfortable."
I find this feeling about the entire Caribbean especially tax
escapist areas everywhere I go in Florida today. Everything
points to the fact that this resentment is now widespread


How the President of the United States is kept abreast of


By Jules Loh
WASHINGTON (AP) -- From the day of the Waterpgte
break-in a year ago, news summaries placed daily on President
Nixon's desk have spelled out allegations reported in the press on
all aspects of the scandal.


The Associated Press has
seen summaries covering every
major development in the
burglary and related cases,
about 50 digests in all, a
three-inch stack of pages
devoted primarily to the
Watergate affair.
Summaries for the first full
week of the Senate Watergate
hearings, for example, totalled
218 pages, of which 145 dealt
with Watergate. One of the
summaries, for May 22,
devoted 11 pages to Watergate
and only 6 to the news of the
rest of the world.
The summaries are placed on
the President's desk in a blue,
loose-leaf binder at 8 a.m. each
day. They have not spared him
embarrassing details or critical
comments.
For example, as far back as
Nov. 2, five days before
Nixon's re-election, the
summary quoted Rep. Wilbur
Mills as saying that if the
burglary had happened 20
years ago "the people would
have demanded impeachment."
And as recently as two
weeks ago a summary with 15
of its 25 single-spaced
typewritten pages devoted to
Watergate matters reported this
comment by Eric Sevareid of
CBS on White House staff
changes:
"There'll be improvement in
atmosphere as well as easing of
government mechanism, but to
restore public confidence,
policy changes will be in order
along with determination of
how deeply RN is involved in
the shady campaign practices."
ABBREVIATIONS
The digest affects a cryptic,
abbreviated style with initials
substituted for familiar names.
It refers to the President as
RN, for example.
The Washington Post and
the New York Times, two
papers responsible for many
Watergate disclosures, are not
summarized but instead,
according to a White House
aide, are slipped under the
President's bedroom door each
morning by his valet, Manolo
Sanchez.
The Post and Times are
mentioned in the summaries
when their stories are quoted
by news services or other
publications.
"We know the President
reads the summaries," said
Patrick Buchanan, the White
House assistant in charge of
preparing them. "Sometimes
he writes comments in the
margins, and I know of staff
people who get memos from
him quoting the summaries."
COMMENDATION
The digest for last Nov. 25
was returned to Buchanan with
this commendation from the


throughout the country.
As the Treasury Secretary said in his talk at the meeting in
Jamaica ... the government will ask for funds but he could not
describe the congressional prospects as other than uncertain.

I have made friends with people at all levels of life here. I am
known by the staff in all kinds of business places and shops in
this community. When business is slack they will stop and talk
with me.
A few days ago I had an interesting talk with a young clerk in a
pharmacy where I have my prescriptions filled. She is working
part time.
After telling me about the good grades she is making in college
and of her plans to go into interior decorating when she
graduates, she said that her father had just spept six months in
Europe, mostly in Germany and Hungary.
"Although America has done so much for Germany the
Germans have grown to hate us recently," she said. "My father
didn't enjoy his stay in Germany but he loved Hungary and the
Hungarian people. The Hungarians just worship Americans."
Isn't it extraordinary that Americans should now be loved in a
Communist country and hated in Germany, which was rebuilt
with American money after the war!
It is a sad commentary on life that very often the people you
help the most end up as your bitterest enemies.
As the late Bert Minns used to say to me: "Boss man, as soon
as you take the wrinkle out of their belly they turn fool".

"The talk of the town" over here recently was that
Governor-designate Milo Butler has been here learning English
under special tutors.
"I thought the Bahamas was an English-speaking country," a
man remarked to me contemptuously when he told me this bit of
news.
"I thought so too," I replied. "But, of course, you know that
some people know more English than others."
He laughed. I didn't.

The speaker at a meeting of Rotary today was a Judge in a
Florida court.
Listed among his achievements by the man who introduced
him was the fact that he had recently gone to Nassau to help the
Government draft new laws.
I asked him about this after the meeting. He said he had spent
a weekend in Nassau with one of the judges discussing changes
that must soon be made in the laws of the colony.


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Chameleons feed on light and air.


- SHELLEY


The chameleon's dish: I eat air, promise-crammed.
SHAKESPEARE


news ..good & bad.. throughout the world


President:
"I am constantly amazed at
the brilliant work done in
preparing the news summary.
It is invaluable for all of us."
Apart from occasionally
identifying a news story as
"positive," meaning favourable
to the administration, or
characterizing a TV report as
the correspondent's "wise
remarks." the digest has an
over-all flavour of dry
objectivity.
Buchanan's staff summarize
the daily output of the
Associated Press and United
Press International, 35 daily
newspapers, 50 magazines and
journals, plus news and
commentary on all three major
television networks. "Anyone
who claims this President is
isolated from the news doesn't
know the facts," Buchanan
said.
First we give prominence to
televised news. "That is where
most people, for better or
worse, get most of their news,"
said Lyndon (Mort) Allin, who
handles the main editing.
Here is a typical segment of
a four-page Watergate summary
dealing with the press
disclosure last October that
California lawyer Donald
Segretti had been hired to
sabotage Democratic
campaigns:
"ABC led by saying the
Time and Post stories have
added to talk that GOP had
plan to create havoc among
DEMS and such is purpose for
which RN's appointments secy
reportedly hired Segretti ...
Schorr said JDE refused to
answer CBS questions after
ABC show and Dan claimed
WH is getting worried and
concerned as the stories boil up
more and more."
Schorr is CBS correspondent
Daniel Schorr and JDE is
former presidential assistant
John D. Ehrlichman.
EXCERPTS
Ilere are excerpts from the
Oct. 16, 1972 summary
covering a report in the
Washington Post that
presidential chief of staff It. R.
llaldeman controlled funds
used for political espionage and
sabotage:
"AP leads: 'The WH accused
the Post of engaging in
"character assassination" and
"a vicious abuse of the
journalistic process" in
reporting on alleged political
sabotage by the GOP.'
"One of closest WH
assistants is reported by Post to
be I of several W control of
secret fund, some of which
went to breaking, led Chancellor
who noted the number of
exclusives paper has run tying
the story to WH. WH denied in


strongest terms and denounced
Post. Chancellor noted that til
Now RZ has been
non-communicative on subject
but now comes a vehement
denial. FTU denial that HRH
(lialdeman) was ever queried
by FBI and that any security
fund ever existed. And, said
Valeriani, there was a 'long,
vehement denunciation of Post'
for shabby journalism, abuse of
journalistic process, political
motives, well-conceived and
well-timed effort.
"Post's Bradlee said he
rechecked sources and stands
by the story. The Post serves
no man, no cause, we're
motivated only by the truth."
The principals mentioned
include John Chancellor and
Richard Valeriani of NBC
White House press secretary
Ronald Ziegler, and
Washington post editor Ben
Bradlee.
An excerpt from the March
26 summary:
"McCord letter bannered in
all Sat. papers W 'to lift lid,'
'may talk,' 'blows whistle' and
heads, and his subsequent
meeting W Ervin counsel Dash
at which LA Times says he
named Dean and Magruder as
'involved in preparations for
the bugging.' Wll has denied."
McCord is convicted
Watergate conspirator James
McCord Jr., Jeb Magruder is
the former No. 2 man in the
Nixon re-election campaign
and John Dean III is the
Presidential counsel ousted last
month. Sen. Sam I-rvin,
(D-N.C.) heads the Senate
committee investigating
Watergate and Sam Dash is the
committee chief counsel.
SUMMARY
The news summary of April
19, two days after Nixon said
he had learned of "major
developments" in a new
investigation, contained 14
pages of Watergate material,
including these excerpts:
"Severeid said truth must
come out if RN is to maintain
his credibility.
"Pierpoint on CBS AM said
'RN's statement 'raised more
questions than it answered ...
what happens to Dean? Who
was responsible for 1st WH
invitation that 'appears now to


replied: "I don't think that is
really even funny. I know that
was supposed to be flip ..."
After one rash of Watergate


news, the summary for May 7
began: "For a change, there
were no new Watergate
developments Sunday ..."


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have been, at best,
incomplete'. What are the
serious charges and major
developments and 'how did
they come to RN's attention?'
Pierpoint noted when press
brought 'serious charges of its
own.' WiH denied them and
'insulted' reporter who made
them and RZ has 'repeatedly
echoed' RN's statement no one
in WI! involved "
April 23 summary quotes R.
W. Apple Jr., ,t the New York
Times: "There's no way for
RN to escape from accusation
he surrounded himself W
untrustworthy people and,
perhaps more damaging, took
10 months to find them out

It also quotes Harry
Reasoner of ABC as referring
to White House and re-election
committee officials as
cre w cut Rasputin s,
incompetent Machiavellis and
fumbling amateurs."
On Monday. April 23, the
President also received a
"digest of weekend comment."
"Broder (David Broder of
the Washington Post) leads
analysis: 'this weekend, for the
1st time, RN confronts the
possibility Watergate may
become his 7th crisis, a crisis of
presidential authority.' The
gloomy piece notes unless
Mitchell, Stans, HRH, Dean
etc., are exonerated, which
Broder says 'seems increasingly
unlikely,' RN 'is likely to be
dragged over deeper into the
case."
Mitchell is former Attorney
General and campaign chief
John Mitchell; Maurice Stans is
the former commerce secretary
and campaign fund-raiser.
The April 28 summary
quotes the Rev. Billy Graham
as saying he's "mystified,
confused and sick" over the
Watergate.
It also includes this item
referring to the President's
daughter, Julie Eisenhower:
"Julie says RN is 'in an
agonizing position' because of
Watergate which is hurting
admin. At one point, she got
this question from a joking
reporter: 'Did you plan the
Watergate?' AP says the
laughter that followed was
quickly cut off when Julie


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St. Augustine's alumni honour headmaster

MR. LIVINGSTON COAKLEY, Minister of Education and Culture. delivered one of the
Iskeyte addresses to hundreds of St. Augustine's Colege alumni and their friends at a
entimaslaW bmaquet held Friday lght at Holiday Inn, to honour Lou Adderley, headmaster of
dte school.


MISS LILLIAN JOHNSON, .secretary of St. Augustine's
Alumni Association, presents Mr. Lou Adderley,
headmaster of St. Augustine's College, with a colour potrait
of himself. The portrait, which was painted by Wade
-Taylor, was presented to Mr. Adderley at a banquet held in
his honour Friday night at Holiday Inn, Paradise Island.
The banquet, sponsored by St. Augustine's Alumni
Association, also paid special tribute to Ed Smith, the first
Bahamian to be drafted into professional football.
PHOTO: Richard Rodgers


- "wUl. 'wT'5i, FUNNY .TNMUG." Jean eiM an i Pat
H indley rehearsing for the Freeport Players' Guild's forthcoming
production 'The Secretary Bird'. This delightful comedy by
William Douglas Home, stars Peter Aston (in the role played by
Kenneth More In London), Joan Carrigan, Eva Szugajew, Gerald
Ball and Pat Hindley. Produced by Nell Tyler and directed by
Eileen Dredge it opens at the Regency Theatre on Wednesday
June 27. at 8 n.m. and runs for four niahts


duction line workers "as
battery hens."
In Birmingham this week'a
man was charged with
throwing something in the
assembly line to stop it rolling.
He pleaded that the monotony
of his job drove him to it.
Another Auto worker said:
"The gays yell hurrah
whenever the line breaks down.
You can hear the cheer all over
the plant.'
Office clerks have also
complained about boring
"paper shuffling."
Macmillan, who disclosed he
enjoyed his job, said it was
essential to recognize that
greater economic security and
better education led workers to
expect more than just material
prosperity out of their work.


Adderley's honour. In his
speech Mr. Smith said, "My
life's influence has been the
aspiration of this new nation
of ours, and in this new nation,
Lou Adderley stands out like a
bright and shining star,
shedding valuable light on all
those who need inspiration to
make something worthwhile of
their lives." He went on to say
that Mr. Adderley was a "super
Bahamian" whose personal
qualities were such that many
young Bahamians would wish
to be like him a citizen every
country would like to have.
Following Mr. Smith's


speech, Lillian Johnson,
secretary of the alumni
association, presented Mr.
Adderley with an award, which
was a colour portrait of
himself, painted by Wade
Taylor.
Responding Mr. Adderley
said: "In honouring me
tonight, I also feel like you're
honouring the people who
helped me, therefore I would
like to give thanks to my
family and all of the other
people who helped me along in
my career."
The banquet was followed
by dancing, and music was
provided by the Hiberians.


In his address the minister
said, "I often wonder why
when a Bahamian reaches the
top of the ladder there tend to
be envy and jealousy among
some people, even though he
might have been encouraged by
others."
"I think that the time has
come for a change in this type
of attitude among our people,
who should give praise where it
is deserved." The minister went
on to say that the greatness
that Lou Adderley had
achieved in his own quiet
manner was not only one for
himself, but for his country as
well.
Master of ceremonies for the
affair sponsored by the Alumni
Association of St. Augustine's,
was Dr. Timothy McCartney,
who kept the audience well
amused as he related to them a
few of his favourite jokes.
The blessing was made by
Rev. Preston Moss, Chancellor
of the Catholic Diocese of
Nassau and a testimonial was
made by George Wilson an
alumnus of St. Augustine's on
behalf of Mr. Adderley.
Christopher Roberts,
president of the alumni
association gave the opening
address. He said that in his
opinion the success of St.
Augustine's was due to men
and women who were willing
to make monumental
sacrifices, such u the sacrifices
made by Mr. Adderley.
"The alumni association is
seeking to bring all alumni
together under a common
banner. We in the alumni
association feel that what is
needed for St. Augustine's now
is a strong unified and effective
St. Augustine's Alumni
Association," he said.
PRESENTATION
Mr. Roberts' address was
followed by a presentation by
Mr. Vincent Ferguson, assistant
headmaster of the school, to
Mrs. Bernadette Moss on behalf
of her brother Ed Smith, the
first Bahamian to be drafted
into professional football.
Smith, an alumnus of St.
Augustine's who was drafted
by the Denver Broncos was
ueaMS stoveeive his award in
person because of football
engagements.
George Smith, Parliamentary
Secretary to the Prime Minister
and an alumnus of St.
Augustine's College, was also
present to give a speech in Mr.

O.K. INQUIRY

INTO 'BORING


JOBS ORDERED

LONDON (AP)- The British
government has ordered an
inquiry into assembly line
unhappiness.
It wants to know how jobs
can be made more satisfying
for mass production workers.
A tepm of government,
union and management
representatives has been
instructed to run a coordinated
programme of experiments in
industry and ocmmerce,
employment minister Maurice
MacMill announced Thursday.
"As a country and a
community it is important that
we try to find answers to the
social, psychological and
industrial problems posed in a
number of places by boredom,
remoteness or feelBngs of
insignifIcance," he said,
The government action
comes after a series of labour
disputes in the nation's motor
industry. U.S. owned Chrysler
plants are the latest hit.
Many experts have said
assembly line techniques are
largely to blame for poor
labour relations among auto
workers.
Jack Jones, leader of
Britain's biggest trade union,
the Transport and General
Workers, said Thursday motor
manufacturers treat pro-


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Governor's Harbour (Eleuthera) GHB


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Inagua IGA

Mangrove Cay (Andros) M'


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Miami MIA


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Severe cement shortage throughout


Caribbean doesn't affect Bahamas


THE GOOD fortune of the Bahamas in having a cement factory located within the country has been underscored by a severe


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the construction industry almost to a halt in much of the Caribbean.


cement shortage that has brought
The major cement producers
in the Caribbean area have
been hit by a variety of
problems, some mechanical.
some electrical and some
human.
As a result, the cement
producers have had to limit
themselves to trying to meet
domestic demands. Exporting
has been cut back drastically,
with the result that countries
without a local cement
manufacturing industry face a
complete shutdown of their

U.S. RAPS U.K.

OVER NORTH

SEA OIL ISSUE
NEW YORK (Al')-"When
are the British like the Arabs?
When it comes to developing a
major natural resource like
North Sea oil.
Forbes, the American
semi-monthly business
magazine, said Friday the
British were now playing a
greedy game to keep all the oil
and most of the profits in their
sector of the developing North
Sea fields, whereas they let
Americans and other foreigners
take the big risks in finding the
treasure. Forbes' criticism of
British government policy said,
in part; "It's easy to accuse the
Arab nations of being 'greedy'
because they are trying to get
what the market will bear for
their oil. But it is well to bear
in mind that where self-interest
is concerned, all of us are
brothers under the skin.
"Take the British with their
North Sea oil. When it was first
discovered, they offered easy
terms to get the oil developed.
Now that it is starting to flow,
they are looking for ways to
get a bigger piece of the action
at the expense of the people
who developed for them.
"What caused the British to
hang back, when the
worwegians in 1968 had
already reserved the right to
, and the Dutch had done the
same? The first flaw was in
licensing arrangements. In
1964 the British set out tc
achieve their number one goal,
which was to have the British
area of the North Sea declared
quickly. They offered low
licence fees and no auction ...
thus Britain succeeded in
getting a very large number of
potential developers for a high
risk, totally-unproven area...
"But what is happening now
is the British are getting for
their own use substantially all
the oil and gas produced in
their North Sea sector. But to
them now that doesn't seem
enough. They also want to
make most of the profits from
that Oil reduction.


tronm the day's anticipated
production of 80,000 sacks.
The plant is supplied with
electricity from the Costa Del
Stir power station.
Other cement producing
countries serving the Caribbean
area include Jamaica. Columbia
and Venezuela.
In the Bahamas, thcre is no
shortage and none anticipated.
A spokesman for the
Bahamas Cement (Company of
Freeport told The Tribune that
the shortage in the Caribbean
may be partly the result of the
energy crisis.
111.ULL OIL
The spokesman said fuel oil
is needed to operate some
phases of the cement
producing process, and more
fuel oil is used in the
production of the electricity
the plants costume.
lie went on to say that
shutting down a cement
factory "is not like turning otf
a light switch. A shut-down has
to he done with great care over
a period of time."
Power cuts which cause
unplanned work stoppages "are
terrible occurrences. They can
iiiiage equipment and it is
very expensive."
lie said Bahama Cement was
fortunately producing its own
electrical power, so there is
relatively little danger here of a


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world-wide energy crisis starts
to have an effect on those
supplies the company would
have ample time to prepare.
NO WORRIES
"The Bahamas has nothing
to worry about." the
spokesman said. "Besides
everything else, we are morally
obligated to supply the
Bahamian needs for the
construction industry, and we
will do it."
Hie noted that the Caribbean
cement producers had a history
of over-supplying.
Asked whether Bahamas
Cement had been asked to
export to the Caribbean to
alleviate the problem, the
spokesman said "not yet."
lie added, "we have never
really been able to compete in
the Caribbean, on a strictly
cost basis, mainly because of
labour costs."
lie said Puerto Rk.mn labour
costs were about the same as
Bahamain, but it was lower in
the rest of the islands.
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4.20pm 5.05pm 504 DAILY


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Subject to Bahamas Government's ApprovaL


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construction industry.
In Frinidad, a strike that has
just ended has left that island
nation so short of cement that
it has had to ignore appeals
from its traditional customers.
in the eastern Caribbean area.
Because of the Trinidad
cut-off, the construction
industry in Barbados faces
collapse.
In the Dominican Republic.
where a booming construction
industry had fostered plans for
two additional cement plants,
the situation of contractors
turned desperate some weeks
ago when mechanical problems
arose in the long established
Fabrica Dominicana )e
Cement.
POWER CUTS
In Puerto Rico, where the
two producing companies had
expected to turn out a total of
45 million sacks of cement this
year, production has been
slowed by a series of electrical
power cuts.
The Puerto Rican Cement
Company reported that at its
main plant near the coastal city
of Ponce, production has been
halted no less than 32 times
already this year because of
power cuts.
In the most recent cut, the
company reported, 32,000
sacks of cement were clipped


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Monday, June 18, 1973,


Court allow additional ground of appeal


Nassau Christian Academy graduation


at Baptist Bible Church
THIRTY-ONE students were graduated from kindergarten to
N First grade and eleven moved up from sixth to seventh grade in
NOW SHOWING exercises held by the Nassau Christian Academy in the
at 8: 20 & 11:55 auditorium of Baptist Bible Church at 8 p.m. Friday.


I RSTNASSAUSHOWING
U -SM


white caps with gold tassels.
The girls of the sixth form
wore long gowns and the boys
were in suits.
The graduates were:
Rosemarie Cartwright,
Marlene Huyler, Wayde Huyler,
Jacqueline Jones, Jay Lanier,
Wilfred McCartney, Olga Mills,
Barry Quant, Gregory Miller,
Franceo Smith, Troy Smith,
Ian Bethell, Ryan Bethell,
Charmaine Charlow, Carlton
Collie, Georgiana Delancey,
Antoinette Dorsett, Trevor
Ferguson, Stacilyn Frazier,
Natasha Gibson, Delza
Graham, Dale Isaacs, Kayla
Kerr, Stanley Lowe, Adrian
Major, Cheryl Martins, Rawson
Minnis, Sean Moss, Pamela
Pinder, Shane Pinder,
Charmaine Rattan, Marie
Roberts, Beverly Rolle, Dolan
Russell, Shayvonne Smith,
Amkrosine Stewart, Shane
Stuart, Monque Stubbs,
Dwayne Swaby, Edna
Thompson, Giles Wells and
Chadwick Williamson.

'1FK meirer was

rotiliation'-Lli
NEW YORK (AP) "The late
President Lyndon Johnson
believed President John F.
Kennedy was assassinated in
retaliation for a thwarted
assassination attempt by a
CIA-backed team in Havana",
said "The Atlantic Monthly"
magazine.
In an article titled "The Last
Days of the President: LBJ in
Retirement", Leo Janos, who
had served on Johnson's staff,
said Johnson did not believe
that Kennedy's killer, Lee
Harvey Oswald acted alone but
was part of a conspiracy.
However, the late president
said he had no proof to
support this belief.
In Johnson's view, according
to Janos, President Kennedy
was in the White House at a
time when the CIA was
engaged in conducting
assassinations in the Caribbean.
Johnson said that when he
had taken office following
Kennedy's murder, he found
"we had been operating a
damned Murder Inc. in the
Caribbean", according to the
magazine (July edition).
The author said the
president told him that he was
no satisfied with the report of
the Warren Commission on the
assassination of President
Kennedy.


By SIDNEY DORSETT
AN ADDITIONAL GROUND OF APPEAL, charging that
Chief Justice SirGordon Bryce, trial judge the second hearing
of the Leonard ("Lenny") Davis murder trial did mot ak the jury
to pursue the credibility of a female witness, was owed to be
induded a ground of appeal by the Bahamas Court of Appeal
following arguments forwarded by defense attorney Jeanne


Thompson.
The court's compliance,
although termed "somewhat
irregular" by Attorney General
Gerald Collett, was not
objected to. The ground was
not included among others in a
list submitted to the court by
Miss Thompson, representing
James Strachan. '
Miss Thompson, who began
her agruments Friday morning
as a defense attorney
representing security officer
James Strachan, 26, said that
prosecution witness Mrs.
Florence Rahming had withheld
certain evidence from police
officers when she had given her
statement to them.
Mrs. Rahming, the
key-prosecution witness during
the trial, had also made
statements which conflicted
with her evidence before the
magistrate in the lower court
during the preliminary inquiry,
she said.
Her client, Strachan, is
appealing against the sentence
and conviction of the re-trial in
which he was jointly accused
with Samuel Sands, 20, and
James Andrews, 21, of the
December 26 armed robbery
and murder of Mr. Davis, a
Peardale drug-store operator
and confectioner.
Sands 20, a mason's helper
is represented by attorney
David Bethell and Andrews, a
former police officer and
self-employed mechanic, by
attorney Keith Duncombe.
The three, who had their
case re-tried for a second time
in March before the Chief
Justice, were sentenced to
death by hanging on the charge
of murder and eight years
imprisonment for robbing
Davis of $300. The sentence
was the same as that which was
first handed down by Mr.
Justice James Smith ten
months prior to the March
re-trial.
NOT GUILTY
In each case, the
three-maintained their not

WI EHN'S LIIBERS

SET IT Fill ISLE

F NAN GIRLS
By RICHARD WAGSTAFF
DOUGLAS, Isle of Man (AP)-
Women's lib is at least 1,000 years
old here on the Isle of Man.
Perhaps that's why no one here
got excited when the Congress of
World Women's Liberation
announced earlier this year that it
planned a conference on the Isle of
Man In Septemeber. The result: the
congress called it off because of a
lack of local support.
"There's nothing that women's
llbbers can teach us here," said one
of the women who lives on this
British Isle in the Irish Sea between
England and Ireland.
"Manx women are probably the
most liberated in the world," said
Joyce Cottier, a hotelier and active
participant In local matters. "These
modern bra burners could learn a
good deal from us."
Speaking of the world congress'
original plans for a meeting here,
Margo Scott said: "I suppose they
thought it would be a gimmick to
hold ft here, but they can offer us
nothing we haven't already got and
have had for yemas."
Women's suffrage came to the
Isle of Man much earlier than it did
in the rest of Britain though no one
seems to have a solid explanation
why.
In the mists of history many
women were fighting alongside
their manfolk against invading
hordes of Gaels from Scotland.
From the earlier days of the
1,000-year-old island parliament,
women have had equal property
rights nine centuries ahead of
British laws.


guilty pleas to charges accusing
them of stabbing Davis in the
stomach with a knife after
finding him and Mrs. Rahming
together in his Plymouth.
Satellite car at Yellow Elder
Gardens subdivision.
Miss Thompson contends
that the judge did not ask the
jury to pursue the credibility
of Mrs. Rahming in that he
only referred to her evidence.
Opening her arguments this
morning on other grounds of
Strachan's appeal, she said that
proper discretion was not
exercised by the judge in not
allowing a separate trial for
him and that secondary
evidence of Strachan should
not have been admitted in
evidence.
The statement of Strachan
should not have been admitted
as it was involuntary, she said.
She told the panel of judges
Sir Michael Hogan and Sir
Paget Bourke of the U.K. and
Ireland, and Sir Clyde Archer
of Barbados that "Strachan
gave evidence that he was
beaten. '
"And it is my submission
that the Crown did not prove
beyond all reasonable doubts
that it was a voluntary
statement. It was my
contention that the caution
administered the appellant by
Insp. Beresford Yearwood was
not the proper one under the
Judges' Rules.
IN CUSTODY
"Even if the judge did not
believe Strachan's story of the
beating, which was
corroborated by Andrews, he
should have applied his mind
to the fact that Strachan had
been in custody in the police
station for some time," Miss
Thompson said.


appellant Sands. Mr.
Duncombe is expected to argue
grounds of appeal for Andrews
when court resumes Monday.
Miss Thompson argued too
that the Chief Justice had
made a conclusion by saying
that "he believed the evidence
tendered by the prosecution
not noting that Strachan had
been in custody for some time
and that the statement was
takes very early in the morning
at 1.15 a.m., according to
Insp. Yearwood and," she
said "there is no evidence given
for the detention and what has
been given has been very
graphically described by
Strachan."
Strachan in his evidence had
told of being beaten by C.I.D.
officers following his arrest.
She also felt that her client
should have obtained the
favour of the jury as the
defense had suggested a
counter theory to the one put
forward by the prosecution
concerning Davis' death.
"The alternate theory was
that Strachan was not at the
Sports Centre on the night of
December 26 at all, but that he
was at his home on Cordeaux
Avenue sleeping. This evidence
was corroborated by the
witness Mrs. Jeanette
Ferguson, his mother. The jury
did not accept this evidence ...
her evidence was that she went
to church at 7 p.m. and left
James asleep. She returned
between 10 and 10:30 p.m.
and did not got out."
This theory should have
been accepted, she said and her
client acquitted "it was
consistent with the evidence of
the appellant Strachan."
DISCREPANCIES
She also said that there were
discrepancies in the evidence of
the defense witnesses in the
trial and repeated that she was
contending, as in the re-trial,


Her arguments continued that the Yellow Elder Gardens
until early afternoon following subdivision was not the site of
the opening of her appeal for the murder, but merely a place
Strachan at 10.30 Friday. On where Davis' body had been
Thursday the judges heard the left.
arguments advanced by She referred to the medical
attorney Bethell on behalf of evidence of Dr. Joan M. Read,
pathologist, who said that
U.S. iVt places Davis was capable of walking
or moving about for four hours
to supprossIatsf after receiving the wound. She
appeti sppfr said that since Harold Road


He also said that the verdict
was not supported by the
evidence which was produced
a Sands did not share the
called common purposes of
Stach m and Andrews even if













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xecutive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2h 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.
C10093
JOHNSON TERRACE 2
bedroom 1 bath home extra
bedroom or study, fully
furnished including
airconditioning, T.V. and
washer. $25,000.00. Call
51884.
C10113
MUST SELL one lot
approximately 87' x 110'
Blair Estates. zoned private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.
C10165
SMALL HOUSE and Lot in
Culmerville for sale. Corner of
Royal Palm Street, $7500.
Terms Cash. Interested person
may contact Ferguson on
Wulff Road by Walkine Barber
Shop after 3 p.m.
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.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen,
utility room and carport. Built
in range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
opptwiity, --To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10217
SPACIOUS EXECUTIVE
HOME for gracious living and
entertaining on 150 foot
waterfront lot, this is the buy
of the year for the person who
wants something just a little
nicer.,

OTHER HOMES AVAILABLE
from $23,850 up. Call us if
you want to buy or sell Real
Estate GROSHAM
PROPERTY LTD. Serving the
Bahamas in Real Estate Sales
since 1947, 107 Shirley Street,
Next to Sassoon House. Phone
27662 or 28966.
C10188
FOR SALE
A large attractive corner lot
Mount Royal Avenue, size 98 x
110. Ideal for commercial
purposes with substantial three
unit apartment building which
could be adapted for offices
and other purposes. Price low
for quick sale. Call 23921.

C 10203
Hospital Lane Shop, House &
Lot reasonably priced for
quick sale Phone 36104.

C10204
FOR SALE
DANOTTAGE ESTATE -
Fine residential lots from
$5,550.
HIGH VISTA A Good Deal
Lot 90 x 100 ... ONLY
$4,500.
SOUTH BEACH AREA acre
size lots.. Price $7,000. 10%
Down with Low monthly
payments.
CANTERBURY PARK near
Prince Charles Drive In Theatre
.. Lots 75 x 110 ... $150
Down ... Easy terms.
HAROLD ROAD ... 2
Commercial Lots opp. school
appx 3/4 acre Price $36,000
FARRINGTON RD. opp
RA.F. Cemetery Lot 75 x 160
Asking $18,000.
BEAUTIFUL LOT ... SOUTH
BEACH SHORES ... 75 x 150


ONLY $10,000
WULFF RD.. Large
commercial lot adjacent to
House of Labour Bldg ... Price
$45,000.
CARMICHAEL RD ... 2
commercial lots.. Each 106 x
166 ... Package $15,000 or
separately $8,500.
MONASTERY PARK ... Nice
lots from $5,950 $300 Down
.. $100 per mth.
SEA BREEZE Lots 100 x 100
From $6,300... 20% Down ...
Terms.
IMPERIAL PARK Lots 95 x
100... All utilities ... Price
$8,300 10% Down ... Terms.
LITTLE HYDE PARK 1 Lot
60 x 100 ... $3,900.
BLUE HILL ESTATES -
Hilltop corner lot ... all utilities
80 x 100 ... ONLY $6,000.
BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATEFrederick Street
Ph. 21238-24913
P. 0. Box N4278,
NASSAU


FOR SALE
SACRIFICE
2 commercial lots 50 x 103
adjoining. Phone 77078.

C10183
FOR SALE
AN ATTRACTIVE furnished
two bedroom cottage on a
large lot Adelaide Beach -
reasonably priced. A selection
of beach lots at Adelaide -
Price starting at $12,000.00.
For information call 23921.

C10172
FOR SALE BY OWNER:
3 bedroom 21/ bath, double car
garage, large family room,
screened-in patio, 2893 sq. ft.
living space, central air, All
Formica kitchen with
refrigerator, dishwasher,
built-in range and oven. Fully
furnished, 172 ft. canal water
frontaqe, 84 ft. dock. Hoists to
accommodate 25' boat. Only
three years old. $80,000.00
Seabreeze Estates.
Call: G. L. Sweeting 22738
- 9 to 5 Mon. thru. Fri.
C 10207
FOR SALE
EAST BAY STREET 2
storey 4 bedroom 31/ Bath
with living room & Ig family
room ... overlooks Ocean. Price
$150,000 ... View by appt.
EAST BAY STREET -- 4
Bedroom 3 Bath house with
study & sitting room. 2 way
water system fully A/C...Guest
cottage Salt water swimming
pool on well landscaped
grounds over 1 acre
$160,000
CHIPPINGHAM 14 bedroom
3 bath with Bahama Room ...
walled in grounds ... complete
privacy Extra bedroom &
bath with Den can be used as
efficiency $50,000.
HIGH VISTA 2 storey 3
bedroom with 11/2 bath & extra
lot Living room has fire place
...patio ...$65,000
WINTON HIGHWAY 4
bedroom 3 bath 2 Patios-view
of ocean asking $85,000
HIGHLAND PARK Lovely 3
bedroom 2 bath house with
family room & screened in
porch ... carporte & utility
room asking $55,000 ...
Furnished.
HIGHLAND PARK 3
bedroom 2 bath house -
furnished Like new $55,000.
PRINCE CHARLES AVE -
Near pntranr, 0 Aa,, w Ig
Gardens .. Large 4 bedroom
house with 2 Baths ... $55,000
... Open to offer.

WE HAVE HOUSES IN
NASSAU EAST FROM
$33,000 ... SEA BREEZE
FROM $40,000
BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE
Frederick Street
Ph. 21238 24913
P. 0. Box N4278,
NASSAU

FOR RENT
C10137
ONE HOUSE FOR RENT.
Telephone 2-8989.

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

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

C 10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10180
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT -
airconditioner phone in
lovely garden, private Estate,
Top of Village Road. Phone
31456.
C10170
BACHELOR ROOM in
Palmdale private entrance-in
respectful home. Ladies
preferred. Telephone 5-1044
for information.
C10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court


Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. Antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
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.


A I RCON DITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
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
lys.
C10087
DOWNTOWN PARKING
ELIZABETH AVENUE
Monthly $20 per car.
Hourly 50c first hour.
30c each additional hour.
ELIZABETH CARPARK
7-7387 or 2-4727

C10178
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Cooper's Terrace
fenced in yard. Monthly or
weekly payment. Phone
32688.

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

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.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C10206
Completely furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8112.

C10219
DUPLEX IN Blair Estate -
attractively furnished with
airconditioner. Phone Mr.
Albury 36313 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C10216
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment airconditioned.

Extra large 2 bedroom
furnished apartment,
airconditioned.
GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
107 Shirley Street, Phone
27662 or 28966.

CARS FOR SALE
C10163


at -

Central gSige
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 GALAXIES
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
Phone 3-4711.
C 10208
FORD CORTINA ESTATE
1969, excellent condition, one
owner, expatriate leaving
island, MUST SELL THIS
WEEK! Reduced to only
$1,200. Tel. 36189 and 21901.
C 10224
FIAT 124 Sedan, 1970, gear
shift. Phone 31518.
C10184
1971 FORD PINTO -
airconditioned, automatic,
radio. Very good condition.
Price $2,500. Tel. 36729.


1970 AUTOMATIC
OXFORD. Contact:
telephone 2-1892 c
Monday to Friday.
4-2964 after 6
weekends.


MORRIS
Mr. Dean
or 2-1893
Telephone
p.m. and


C10148
1971 PINTO STANDARD
SHIFT, RADIO, EXCELLENT
CONDITION, SACRIFICE
$2,000. Phone 2-1586, or
5-1945 after 1:30 p.m.
C10212
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1
used cars.
Best value for
your money.
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA,
automatic transmission $3,900
1972 CHEVROLET VEGA,
automatic transmission $3,300
1972 VAUXHALL CRESTA,
automatic transmission $3,100
1972 FORD ESCORT,
standard $1,800
1972 FORD CAPRI,
automatic transmission,
ait conditioned $2,900
1971 FORD LTD,
automatic
transmission, air
conditioned $3,600
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON,
automatic transmission $1,400
1970 FORD CORTINA,
automatic transmission $1,200
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON
4-door, standard $800
1970HILLMAN HUNTER
4-door, automatic
transmission, radio $1,100
1970 FORD CORTINA
E/C, automatic
transmission $1,000
1970 TRIUMPH
1360 standard $1,000
1970 TOYOTA COROLLA
standard $1,200
1969 TORINO
2-door As Is $1,000
1969 PLYMOUTH BARACUDA
automatic transmission $1,650
1969 FORD CORTINA
4-door, standard $1,100
1969 FORD TORINO
G.T. 2-door, automatic
transmission $1,500
1969 CHEVROLET MALIBU


4-door, automatic
Transmission
1969 MORRIS MINI
standard
1970 RAMBLER Sst.,
automatic transmission
1968 TRIUMPH
1300 standard,
air conditioned
1969 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK
1967 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK
ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Centreville
Phone 2-1031


$1,600

$600

$1,800

$1,250

$900

$800


OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAL DEALER.

1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
iuto. $850
1972PONTIACVENTUKM- _
4 Dr Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
-- Auto. Blue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -1
Blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA-
2 Dr. Auto $1695
1971 RAMBLER -
Auto, Blue $2100
1971 FORD GALAXIE-
A/C Green 4 Dr. $3500
1970 VICTOR STD.-
Red $875
1968 JAVELIN A/C
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1400
1972 FIRENZA -.
Auto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC -
Auto. $975

TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
TnI'lptP. r 34633-7-8

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

C10129
120 c.c. Suzuki motorcycle
low mileage good condition.
For information Phone 52645.
MOTOR BIKE
C10181
72 Suzuki 250 cc. Phone
24635 ask for Larry 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. $550.00.

C10171
ORGAN, Spinet Model
Hammond, cherrywood finish,
as new.
MAGNAVOX, Stereo Console
Combination, Cherrywood
finish.
Call 3-1595 after 6 p.m.


MOTOR BIKES
Norton 500 cc. $400.
Yamaha 180 cc. $200.
or both $500.
Phone 4-1379 or 4 13
23366.


312 or


C10223
BABY FOLDING Dressing
Table $15; High-chair $15;
Walker $6; Convertible
Relax-a-chair $12. Phone
4-2101.
C10220
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can be seen
at Nixon's Upholstery. Bernard
Road. Telephone 4-1298.

C 10222
1972 TOYOTA 1000,
Excellent Condition Available
1st July, Call 42050 after 6:00
p.m.

C10226
4-Piece Bedroom Set.
$125.00
1 Coffee Table $35.00
Misc. Lamps $5.00 up.
Phone 5-4380.

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

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

PETS FOR SALE
C10211
LABRADOR PUPPIES 2
females and 3 males. Call
Warren Russell, Maura Lumber
Company. Tel. 2-4008 or 9.

C10215
ATTRACTIVE COLLIEDOR
PUPPIES (half Collie and half
Golden Labrador) only 8
weeks old. They make very
good watchdogs or the perfect
pet, as they are very mild with
children. Buy now while they
last. First come first served.
Only $75 each. Phone 3-1356
6 p.m. to10 p.m.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C10176
14 ft. Boston Whaler with 33
h.p. Evinrude outboard. Price
$875. Call 5-6571
C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising 'acht.
Phone 3-2371.
C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan.
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
Phone 54011 Mon. to Fri.

C 10200
GOOMBAY SPECIAL
16ft. Glastron Ski Boat with
50 h.p. Mercury and trailer,
also skki rope, belt etc.
Bargain offer at $1750. Fhone
J. Churchill 21061 (9 to 5:30)
42192 (after 5:30 p.m.).



C10187

SPECIAL NOTICE
Now is the time to buy at Bill's
Real Estate where any
purchaser receiving a
pre-Independence bonus gift
value at $40.00. For
information call 23921.


C10186
SPECIAL NOTICE
BILL'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
offers lots 70 x 100 in a new
subdivision with all utilities.
Available at $75,00 down and
$80.00 per month. ENJOY
BEACH RIGHTS AND
PRIVATE LAKE. Call 23921.

WORK WANTED
C10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl in your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau.

C 1 MEM016AM
C10164


In memory of Mr. Emmett
Lotmore who died June 18th
1972.
He was a beloved and devoted
husband.
Left to mourn: his wife,
children and other relatives.


C10209
In loving memory of a loving
father and friend, Joseph
Ferguson who departed this
life on the 18th June 1971.
Gone but not forgotten
Missed by Ann Marie and
Mother.

C10221


In fond and loving memory of
our beloved mother,
grandmother and great grand
mother Mrs. Pearl Wallace
Seymour, who departed this
life 18/6/70.
And if through patient toil we
reach the land,
Where tired feet, with sandals
loosed may rest,
When we shall clearly know
and understand
I think we shall say "God
knows best."
Sadly missed by daughter Mrs.
Verneitta Armbrister, twelve
grandchildren, four great
grandchildren and a host of
relatives.
VERNEITTA ARMBRISTER.

CARD OF THANKS
C10210


The family of the late Sigmund
Falcon Brown, who died
Monday June 11th 1973, wish
to thank all those who sent
telegrams, cards, .letters and
messages of condolences during
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Pastor
Charles C. Smith, Choir No. 2,
members of Zion Baptist
Church, Mr. H. Moss, Staff and
Students of Claridge Primary
School, Dr. Podlewski and
Staff of Sandilands
Rehabilitation Centre and Miss
Hilda Bowen and the Nursing
Staff of the Bahamas and the
Staff of Commonwealth
Funeral Home.

HELP WANTED
C7430
JOB TITLE: (TWC
BULLDOZER OPERATOR5
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C10174
PIG FARMER experienced
man to take sole charge of
breeding pigs. Build pens when
necessary; order feed stock.
$35 per week, character
reference. Turnquest, Exuma.

C10201
AIR CONDITIONING AND
APPLIANCE TECHNICIAN -
Ability to design and erect air
conditioning systems. Maintain
and repair airconditioning
systems, maintain and repair
refrigeration systems, maintain
and repair Laundromat
equipment, maintain and repair
general household appliances.
Preferably be in possession of a
Bahamas Electrician
Certificate.
The successful candidate will
be expected to inspect and
repair in order to uprate
reliability of equipment, and
set up an executive planned
preventative maintenance
programme in a large Out
Island Development.
Send resume to:- P. 0. Box
N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas.

C 10036
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE
World-famous postal
tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and
Accountancy, Banking,
Law, Marketing, Company.
Secretaryship Examinat-
ions. For details of our
specialised courses write
for FREE copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid
Results College Dept. TNI
Tuition House London
London SE19 4DS.


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C 7405
JOB TITLE: EIGHT1
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO0
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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.
C741i
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.

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.


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 homes
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.
Nassau.


C 7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISE
PURCHASING AND ST
MINIMUM EDUCATr
College graduate or eOuWIp
MINIMUM EXPERIE
5-10 years in Inds4
Purchasing and Si
functions.
rUTIES/RESPONSIBILI
Co-ordinate and sup
Company Purchasing
Storekeeping programme.
INTERESTED APPLI
CONTACT: Person
Department, Bahama Ce
Company, P. 0. Box FI
Freeport, Grand Bahama.n:
C7409
JOB TITLE: (F0
GENERAL REPAIR tM
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCA
Good basic education.
cement plant mechan
background. "I
MINIMUM Experienee:
years.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBI LIT
Direct and work in inspesl
repairing, replacing, inst
and adjusting and malntea
all mechanical equipment l,
major producing unli
assigned area in a cement
INTERESTED APPLIC
CONTACT: Person$
Department, Bahama I
Company, P. 0. Box F,
Freeport, Grand Bahama..
C 7406 A'
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PRO0i
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCAI
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE*
years.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILIl
Patrol eqLipment enl
making field adjustments
changes as required to co0
process and equipfl
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICl
CONTACT: Persoil
Department, Bahama CA
Company, P. 0. Box F,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C 10031
JOB TITLE: ST
FABRIC ATO
( F O U R ) M I N I M
EDUCATION: Good
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
years experience In steel'
out and welding.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILI
Read and folow -tr
steel detail drawings; ?t'
weld in accordance
drawing specifications.

CONTACT: Pe rso
Department, Bahamat Ck
Company, P. 0. Box FH
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7429
JOB TITLE: (TH
PAYLOADER OPERATE
MINIMUM EDUCATE
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:-;
years. Must be fully qualfli
to operate 6 cubic yard
payloader. r
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI
Operate payloader to kl
limestone into trucks
charge clinker, gypsum gt
materials into feed system
INTERESTED APPLIC,
CONTACT: Perso
Department, Bahama er

Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7466
JOB TITLE: CONT
ROOM OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATIONI!
Good basic education .
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:!
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI
Control raw and finish gr
and burning process
producing finish cement.
INTERESTED APPLI
CONTACT: Persoe
Department, Bahama C
Company, P. 0. Box *
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7465
JOB TITLE: PL.
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCAT
College Graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIEI
5-10 years civil engineerir
DUTIES/RESPONSIBLIerl
Manage the englne ipj
activities in connection
physical and technical
of Company opera
property mainten
improvements and a
INTERESTED APPLI
CONTACT: Pers
Department, Bahama .
Company, P. 0. Box
Freeport, Grand Bahama. ^,
C7468 R
JOB TITLE: SUPER
DENT MECHA
MAINTENANCE A
MINIMUM EOUC
Good basic education UC
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE.
10-15 years cement
maintenance experience j
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI
Co-ordinate and
mechanical mainte.
activities including fields
machine shop and gar
providing mainte
inspection service f
plant, includes the I1 i
of new machine
equipment. "
INTERESTED APPLI
CONTACT: Per
Department, Bahama,,
Company, P. 0.
Freeport, Grand


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C 10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or
mechanical instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burning
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBI LI TIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Control, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10175
RELIABLE caretaker needed
to care for home. Write: Rufus
Bain. P. 0. Box 6344, Nassau.
C10128
LIVE IN COUPLE $275
each.
1. House maintenance -- butler
chef chauffeur carwash
-yard overseer.
2. Cateress housekeeper -
light laundry.
6 davs- 8a.m. to 8 D.m.
Write: Adv. C10128, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207,
Nassau.
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.

C10198
EXPANDING BAHAMIAN
INSURANCE BROKERS
require ambitious young man
as Trainee Manager. General
insurance experience useful but
not essential. The applicant
should be prepared to study
for London Chartered
Insurance Institute diploma
and should have already ob-
tained '0' Level G.C.E. in at
least four subjects.
Applicants should apply in
own handwriting stating age,
experience and educational
qualifications to Adv. C10198,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

C10195
BANK LEU INTERNATION-
AL LTD. requires the
following qualified personnel
for its office in NASSAU:-

VICE PRESIDENT who will be
in overall executive charge
of the operations of the
Bank. This extremely
responsible position requires
sound international banking
experience of executive level
over a minimum period of
10 years, together with
fluency in at least German
and French and preferably
in Spanish in addition to
English.


ASSISTANT VICE-PRESI-
DENT who will deputize in
the absence of the
Vice-President. He must also
have extensive international
banking experience over a
minimum period of 5 years
together with either a
professional qualification in
law or a degree in business
administration. Fluency in
the same languages as for the
position of the
Vice-President is required.

TREASURER either male or
female who will generally
be responsible
Independently for the
administration of the office,
the handling of the
dayAo-day business and for
the maintenance of full
accounting records. Ability
and experience in
supervising a small staff is
desirable. Fluency in
German and French in
addition to English is
ementia!

Salaries commensurate with
expFerende and the position
filled together with the usual
benefits will be paid.
Plau reply in writing with full
b"L~creund details to P. 0.
Slox N1447.


I HELP HINTED
C10193
LIVE-IN EXPERIENCED
HELPER for invalid lady. Must
have knowledge of cooking.
Only Bahamians need apply.
Phone 3-1389.
C10194
VESSEL CHARTERING AND
CONTRACTS SUPERVISOR
Supervisor Chartering and
Contracts to be responsible for
all factors relating to chartering
of deep-sea vessels, preparation
of charters and all types of
transportation agreements and
contracts.

Applicants should have college
degree and/or equivalent
through work in marine
transportation field.

Minimum 4 to 5 years direct
experience in deep-sea
chartering activities including
negotiation and preparation of
charters and contracts with full
understanding of forms and
procedures as well as broad
knowledge of vessel operations.
Submit resume covering
education, experience and
salaries received to
Administrative Assistant,
Navios Corporation, Post
Office Box N7796, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C10196
SHIP OPERATING
SUPERVISOR
Shipping- company requires
experienced employee to
assume supervisory
responsibilities in connection
with the operating of vessels
engaged in world-wide bulk
trades.
Applicants must be graduates
of accredited Maritime
Institution with six to eight
years of seagoing and shoreside
experience and possess
minimum of Second Mate
Certificate for deep-sea vessels.
Age requirements: under 35
years. Please submit
applications to the
Administrative Assistant,
Navios Ccrpcration, P. 0. Box
N7796, Nassau, Bahamas.

C10199
WANTED FOR DIRTY
DICK'S
2 Steel Drummers
1 Flaming Limbo Dancer
For personal interview call
58650 between 11 a.m. and 3
p.m.
C10214
NEW HEBRIDES TRUST
COMPANY have vacancy for a
Company Department
Manager. Salary A$9;000 to
A$12,000. ,I9e Furnisbld
Quarters an herous holidays
with free pd4 es to Australia
or New Zealand and U.K. in
alternate years. Reply with
details of qualifications and
experience to Adv. C10214,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
C10213
COOPERS & LYBRAND have
several vacancies for qualified
Chartered Accountants. Apply
in writing to P. 0. Box N596,
Nassau Bahamas.
C10182
WANTED: One flaming limbo
dancer. One Comedienne
Apply. Sloppy Joes, call 58650.

TRADE SERVICES
C10045
iiulof'er tiitolme


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


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


C9801
USED FURNITURE WANTE,..
Contact D&R FURNITURe
OUTLET, Wulff Road East
next to Wong's Grocery.
Telephone 5-9600.
WE BUY AND TRADE USEC
FURNITURE


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


TRADE SERVICES
C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTER*
SERVICE 3ernard Road Phon"
41298 Quick reliable service

C 10046
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.


I ADE SERVICES
C9363
FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance. Call G. Patton,
Budget Builders 32656.

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


GRAND BAHAMAI


I CLASSIFIED


HELP WANTED
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. Pe-rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-103,
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.

JO T TLE: STEEL
F AB R IC AT 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,
F-eeport, Grand Bahama.

C7428
JOB TITLE: PROCESS
ENGINEER MINIMUM
EDUCATION: High School or
College graduate. Training in
the art and necessity of
attaining maximum efficiency
in Cement manufacturing
process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSI BI LITIES:
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.

C741U
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience In cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn actlvitle~
of cement maklnq operation:
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and maintaining
all mechanical equipment in a
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED
C7466
JOB TITLE: CONTROL
ROOM OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
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.
C7430
JOB TITLE: ('VWO
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
07408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burning
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnqrman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, 3ahamna Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
7repeport, Grand Bahama.
C10197
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F2404, Freeport
requires confidential Executive
Secretary able to type at 50
w.p.m. and take shorthand at
80-100 w.p.m. Applicants must
have at least 3 years
commercial experience.
Bahamian only telephone
352-8391.
C1270
Fully qualified, experienced
RESIDENT COOK/HOUSE-
KEEPER. Must be able to
read and follow complicated
recipes. Able to answer
telephone and take important
messages and be fully
responsible for large house in
owner's absence. Essential to
be a dog lover and able and
willing to care for completely,
three large, slightly
temperamental dogs.
Apply: Mr. Jack Hayward, Box
F-99, Telephone 373-1528.
C7498
Station-Key-PABX Sales
Engineer. Opening for an
employee qualified in design,
pricing and ordering of
telephone apparatus for
business customers. Previous
experience as a telephone
Craftsman is required.
Employee must have specific
knowledge of N.E., Norelco
and U.S.I. telephone
equipment.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone Co.,
Ltd., 2C Kipling Building, P. 0.
Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone: (809) 352-9352

C7491


DATA PROCESSING
MANAGER
Required, Data Processing
Manager for overall supervision
of the Electronic Data
Processing Department.
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
and operate data processing
equipment to solve specific
business problems. To provide
training and education for
computer department and user
department staff. To review
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 Management
Service Division, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


I HEP WANTED |
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.

C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION-
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Control, review, investigate test
results and make repairs to
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
report, Grand Bahama.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7465
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
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.

C7493
Todhunter Mitchell requires
TOOL AND DIEMAKER,
must have knowledge of
operating bottling machinery,
electrical, automotive and
air-conditioning repairs and
installation.
Benefits: health insurance, paid
vacation. Salary depending on
previous experience.
Apply in person to: Todhunter
Mitchell, P. 0. Box F-2444,
Queen's Highway, Freeport.
C7488
TAILOR with 5 years
experience, Bahamian
preferred.
Apply to: Esquire Men's Shop,
Freeport. Telephone 352-8816.
C7489
FOUR (4) CANTONESE
COOKS Minimum of 3 years
experience in general
preparation of all types of
Cantonese food, acquired in
first class Chinese Restaurant
or Hotel.
Apply to New Hong Kong
Restaurant, International
Bazaar, Freeport.

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


C10168 I
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.

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.


JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years Industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
1)UTIES/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.
C7487
LOCKSMITH
Required Locksmith to Initiate
and administer keying systems
and security for large hotel
operation. Must be fully
conversant with all types of
locks, safes, alarms and electric
door systems.
Minimum of four years
experience.
Contact Princess Properties
International Management
Services Division, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.
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.
C7490
GARDENERS
Ten Gardeners required.
Stable, mature individuals,
minimum 25 years of age with
family responsibilities. Must
have previous knowledge of
landscape maintenance; able to
operate all lawn maintenance
equipment including farm
tractor and able to follow
written instructions, Forty-two
hour week; Saturday, Sunday
and Holiday work required as
needed.
Bahamians only need apply.
Contact Bahamia Nursery at P.
0. Box F-778, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island or telephone
352-8301 for an interview.
C7462
ELECTRIC MOTOR AND
ARMATURE RiEWtNDER -
Re-winding for single and 3
phase armatures and motors up
to 100 h.p. 3 years
experience Bahamian only.
Grand Bahama Engineering,
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-2, Tel.
352-6239, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C7500
SITUATION VACANT
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF
TRANSPORTATION AND
PURCHASING. APPLICANT
MUST POSSESS
EXPERIENCE AND
KNOWLEDGE OF
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
AND MAINTENANCE, ALSO
MUST HAVE EXTENSIVE
KNOWLEDGE OF
LOGISTICS AND
CONTROLS. SHOULD BE
ABLE TO SUPERVISE THE
NEEDS AND REQUIRE-
MENTS OF A MARINE
DIVISION.
TELEPHONE: INTERCON-
TINENTAL REALTY LTD.
373-3020, P. 0. Box F-260,
FREEPORT.

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 liaison
with the co-ordination of
contractors and utility
companies, review of
schedules, process of payments
for approval, preparation of
reports, quality and quantity
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 meet
the public and participate in
Company meetings on an
executive level.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company,
Personnel Department, 18C
Kipling Building, P. 0. Box
F-2666, Freeport, GBI.


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C7496
1-BROILER CHEF: Must have
three years experience In
first-class hotels and
restaurants In preparation of
international Cuisine. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to:- Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Ltd., El Casino,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C7492
ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR
GRAND BAHAMA
CATERERS, WITH AT
LEAST 6 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS OF
AIRLINE CATERING,
INCLUDING ALL OFFICE
PROCEDURE. ACCOUNT-
ING, AIRLINE MENU
CHANGING, BUYING,
FAMILIARITY WITH
KITCHEN AIRCRAFT
LOADING. ALSO ABILITY
TO CONSULT WITH
AIRLINE CATERING
MANAGERS ON VARIOUS
PRICES AND SERVICES
REQUI RED.
PHONE 352-7391 AT GRAND
BAHAMA CATERERS,
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,
FREEPORT.


C7494
BODY REPAIR MAN AND
PAINTER required
immediately. Must be
experienced and be able to
work without supervision.
Qualified Bahamians please
apply to: Manager, Grand
Bahama Motors, Ltd., Queens
Highway, P. 0. Box F-14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island Bahamas.
C7499
Cable Splicer Technician with
minimum 5 years experience in
all phases of cable splicing and.
repair including lead, staipeth
plastic, ready access electronic
trouble finding. Journeyman
only.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone Co.,
Ltd., 2C Kipling Building, P. 0.
Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone: (809) 352-9352


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.

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.


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SHELP ATED
C7495
Required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company.
Position: MARINE PILOT
Qualifications: Must have
master (foreign going)
certificate.
Experience: At least four (4)
years In piloting Including
berthing and unberthing of
large size tankers and/or
passenger vessel. Knowledge of
harbour towage essential.
Education: Must be at least a
high school graduate Only
Bahamians need apply.
Please reply stating details of
qualifications and experience
to: Personnel Office, P. 0. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


IELP fWTED
C7497
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
SPECIALIST APPLICANT
must be High School graduate
or equivalent. Completed Air
Traffic Control School, FAA
or Military. Minimum three (3)
years experience Tower or
Tower and approach control.
FAA Junior Controller Licence
or equivalent. Class two
medical certificate.
TWO (2) MAINTENANCE
MEN Individuals should be
first grade carpenters and
possess extensive experience
and ability in general
maintenance. Preference would
be given to applicants with
good references.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company,
Personnel Department, P. 0.
Box F-2666. Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C7406
JOB TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
changes as required to correct
process and equipment
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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"I'll bet he's already thinking up some excuse for not
having finished the work he's taking home."


"Hello, garage? The car you fixed with the BATTLE?
Well, the rattle's back!"


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Iranian leader 24. Peace
5. Belief '25. Purchase
10. Counterfeit 26. Parent


28. Name of a Pope
30. Embrace
31. Weep
32. Building angle
33. River island
34. French girl
friend
35. Candle
37. Reptile
39. Vestment
40. French school
41. Water lily
42. Lease


SOLUTION OF YES
DOWN
1. Farm animals
2. Sharper
3. Anecdotage
4. Constellation
"Water Snake"
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Rupert and t















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S.of rubbish which the Water Mites have out up
with the Sea- Saw. "I can't leave it like that."
c jays Rupert. It looks so untidy." So he sets
* to work collecting the stuff into a neat heap.
4. 'll fetch my wheelbarrow and take it all to
-A "I44te scrapyard," he decides. The little bear


TERDAY'S PUZZiL
5. Black bird
6. Unit of
reluctance
7. Ant genus
8. Julie's husband
9. Begins
10. Idolater
12. Three Wise
Men
16. Hypothetical
force
19. Spar
20. Chap
22. Wolframite
23. Laprobe
24. Rostrum
25. Rhett
26. Watered silk
27. Retired
28. Part of corolla
29. Texas shrine
30. Greeting
31. Powder blue
33. Mars
34. Radio-guided
bomb
36. Medieval
shield
0 38. Refrigerant


No. 7.151 . by TIM MeKAT
Aeross
1. Found In the make-up box.
1. Affair. (.)
10. For people taking the cure.
(3)
1i. From the rhythm section.
(4-5)
12. Prepares for the printer. (8)
14. Mlaxes are an anagram. (9)
17. Orxanisation. (3-2)

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aaeany (by 0.
ture mttng, ths pke is sure to
Pare tne: 30 eona pr em
master; two mint, le
expect: five minutes, ood: 10
minutes. Wverae; 25 minutes
novice.


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Chess Solution
I Et-R8. K-BS: 2 Nt-B7
and if 2 . -s 3 -
mate, or if 2 ,.. K-ku; NKt-
KB mate.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


kfrem tdoe C* l) ReW Instdiom
-7%r1")GENERAL TENDENCBS: This day is tope.
S You can put new ast gaments in action lad
get wonderful results. Accept this chance to expand aloae limns
of beet xpression for you. Be positive.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get bigwigs to understand your
aims so they give support, then you can soon gain these aams.
Get out in the social whirl and make the right connections.
Avoid one who is unfriendly.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Good day to contact the
most powerful persona you know and gain the backing you
need for your particular aims. Get into civic work you lke.
Building up your credit is wise, also. Think.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are now able to pt into
new projects that you can handle very cleverly, creating a fine
impression. Making new allies can help you expand more
readily. Be sure to pick them carefully, though.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Handle debits and
credits very carefully and please thoe with whom you hav
business dealings. Build more accord with them. The one you
love is most devoted. Make the best of this fine evening.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Listen more carefully to what a
partner's ideas are, although somewhat radical, since they
could be quite good and workable. Improve your image with
the public in general, whether in business or personal life.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Update your work systems so
that you save time and money and get far better results. Be
more cooperative with others. Become a more dynamic person
through right exercise.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are able to do whatever
you most desire today and get fine results. Something very
thoughtful for mate is also wise. Think out how to make your
financial condition more as you want it to be.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) If you state your ideas
clearly to those at home, you find they will understand and go
along with them. Start an uptrend in all of your affairs. Your
success can be comparable to your dream.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Make the
appointments early with those you want to get advice or help
from, and keep them on time for good results. After a
productive day, enjoy the hobbies you like in p.m.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Use intelligent methods
to add to whatever property and money you may have. Use
good judgment and those inspiring ideas. Avoid one who has
an eye on your assets who could have been fawning on you for
some time.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Going after the personal
aims that you want takes a little time and effort, but is well
worth it. Give attention to good friends and please them more.
Avoid one who is sadistic, or you can get into serious trouble.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Once your work is done, be
with the one you love and become inspired for the future.
Follow your intuition since it is most accurate. Arrive on time
for some important appointment you may have made.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people who will literally be born
with wisdom, so be sure that early in life you permit your
child to have many playmates and to show the leadership that
is definitely in this chart. Also give duties to perform early so
the work habit is established; then there can be great success
here and fame is very possible. A true humanitarian in this
chart who can be a boon to society in general.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


18. Automatic ron. (4)
0S. Lampoon. (4)
21. Vital (5)
-22. Rhymater. 44)
22. Away over there. (6)
24. ClIque. (8)
Down
1. Without ceasing. (9)
2. Story. (4)
3. Imitation. (9)
4. Not al. (4)
8. Wheel's centre. (8)
6. Exerelses a choice. (4)
7. Insect's home. (8. 4)
9. Item of humess. (4)
10. Posed. (8)
13. Pickpocket. (3)
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letter, and there must be at
least one eliht- better word in the
list. No plural; no toei a words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARET: S worsr, good:
34 words. ver good : Si words.
excellent Solution tomorrow.
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Is so busy at his task that he doee not ae
the Professor approaching him. "Why, Rupert I
What are you doing?" saak -te old man in
astonishment. And he Hieene with growing
interest while Rupert tells him about the Water
Mites and the Merboy'V_ wonderful saw.
ALL RIGHT #IsERWvDe.


.11. Mended tire
12. Bacchante
13. Martini
decoration
S14. Askew
15. Brawl
S17. Stannum
:18. Lacuna
19. Burgeon
20. Deities
21. At home
22. Romaine
23. Hurry


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Monday. June 18, 1973.


VilUnkwn wins US Open



& breaks all golf records


Becks Bees upset league



leading Big in 13-5 win

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BECKS BEES jumped on league leading pitcher Godfrey
"Gops" Johnson for six winning runs in the top of the first and,
paced by second baseman Gilbert Moncur and third baseman
Fred "Chicken" Taylor clobbered league leading Big Q
Marketeers 13-5 Saturday at the Q.E.S.C.


from where he scored on a
throwing error.
Big Q, until the top of the
fifth when Moncur's rbi single
drove in catcher Vianny
Jacques, had so far collected
six hits. However, in the
bottom phase, Taylor saw his
shutout vanish on an rbi each
by Moxey and Adrian Rodgers.
With bases crammed after relief
catcher Walter Stuart and Ben
Rolle singled on and Randy
Rodgers took a hit by the
pitch, Moxey with one down
hit a two ball sac fly into left
driving in Stuart. Adrian
Rodgers followed with a single
deep into left on which Rolle
scored.
A three base fielding error
saw Adlai Moss in the
following inning increasing Big
Q to one.
Two unearned runs in the
top of the seventh topped
Becks victory as Big Q
answered with Adrian Rodgers'
two-rbi homer bringing them
to five.
Helping his victory path,
Taylor went three for four and
scored two.
BECKS BEES
ab r h rbi
R. Turner S I 0 0
G. Moncur s 3 3 3
A. Huyler 4 2 1 2
F. Taylor 4 2 2 3
W. Knowles 4 0 2 0
S. Humes 4 I I 0
L. Taylor 4 1 1 2
V. Jacques 4 1 2 0
I). Taylor 4 2 3 0
BIG 0 MARKET
B. Rolle 4 I 1 0
R. Rodgers 3 0 2 0
V. Albury 4 0 0 0
E. Moxey 2 1 1 I
A.Rodgers 4 I 2 3
.E. Hi g 4 0 1 0
A. Most- 3 I 1 0
B. Brdshaw a 0 0 0
G. Johnson 1 0 1 0
W.Stuart 2 1 I 0


Paradise Bees remain


undefeated, beat lets
PARADISE BEES, determined to end a three-year stre a
which saw them losing to Coke Jets after winning the first game
of the series rallied behind the stable offence of Margaret Albury
to a 15-9, 11-15, IS-10 and 15-6 victory defeating the Jets for the
second time this season while increasing their undefeated
league leading record to six games Saturday in volleyball action.
With only one more game to With captain Barbara
play against each other, it Knowles, Vivian Lecky,
seems almost impossible for Eulamae Smith and Elsine
Coke Jets to retain the league Thompson receiving and
championship, So far, no other setting for Winsome Davidson
team has measured up to the and Wendy Jackman the Bees
standard of either the Jets or took a big 12-5 command
the Bees. However, speculation when Jets coach Dr. Norman
has it that S.A.C.A.'s Dames Gay brought on Hattie Moxey.
can very well pace an upset This sparked Florence*
victory. ...., Rolle's four point service but


Coke Jets who again had to
play without the services of
key player Donna Bastianf
found themselves on the
trailing end of a 5-1 lead at the
beginning of the first set.
Harriett Saunders at the line
brought the Jets one behind.


when coach Oswald Moore
replied by bringing on Albury,
it was all over for the Jets.
Florence Rolle's deadly
spiking through Davidson and
Jackman gave the Jets a new
edge until they fell into
disorder giving away to
overlapping and overpasses.
However, they were strong
enough to hold the Bees to an
1 1 all tie when Rolle on a four'
point service ended it for the
Jets.


AMERICAN LEAGUE Aluy s our-point seiv
MERCNL Apaved the way for the Bees' 6-2
W L Pat. GB lead ealy in the third set.
Milwaukee 33 27 .550... Knowles' short sinking service
BaNew York 33 326 .536 was well received by receivers
Detroit 31 29 .517 2 Hattie Moxey and Gwen Miller
Boston 25 30 .483 4 but the Bees' defence allowed
Cleveland 22 40 .355 12 few to get through and held on
West Division 8-6.
Chicago 32 25 .$6l ....
Minnesota 32 26 .1,52 Midway in this set, Albury's
KnaseCity 36 30 S4 .5454 spiking power came to head.
oakland 33 30 .524 2 '
alionla 31 29 .517 2% Knowles and Thompson kept
exas 19 38 .333 i. her well applied with sets as
Sunday's Results they took a 2-1 lead.
Kana City 6-6, C'loveland 3-2 Lecky, who paced the Bees
Detroit 6, Minnesota 0
Baltimore or Texas 4, 16 innings with steady receiving and
Boston 4,OaklMnd 2 surprising spikes, returned in
Milwaukee IS. Chicago 5
California -1, New York O.S the fourth set for Davidson.
Saturday's Results Davidson it is understood was
Minnesota 5 Detroit 0 injured during a softball gane.
Oakland 4, doston 3 Taking advantage of the
Kassm City S, Cleveland 2.11 Inninpg
Baltimore 9. eelands I faltering Jets the Islanders
California s. New York 2 found their way and behind
Milwaukee 4, Chicago I, 8 Innings the clutch serving of
NATIONAL LEAGUE Thompson held a 103
East Division Thompson held 103
W L Pet. GB command.
Chicago 38 26 .594 .... Though Celestine Wilson
Montreal 29 27 .51 51
New York 25 29 .491 6% contributed a three point
St. Louis 29 31 .483 f service for the Jets, this came
Plittburgh 25 32 .439 9% a no disturbance to the Bees
Philadelphia 26 35 .417 10s% wh t wi s l
West Division whowentontowineasily.
Los Angeles 39 25 .609 .... The Bees see action agaspin
San Frandsco40 2 .597 %4 tomorrow night when they
Houston 36 30 .541 4
Cincinnati 34 29 .540 4% meet S.A.C.A
Atlanta 28 36 .438 II
San Digo 20 45 .30 19WINS
Sunday's Reisml ENGLISH GIRL WINS
Cincinnati 3-. itsburgh 1-1 VIENNA (AP)- Anne Moore of
'Chicao 9-5, Atlanta 34 Great Britain sunday won the
Phladelphia I S. kmrncisco 7 urope a Womean's show jumping
New York San Dieo I charonship on her fevourite
Ltas Ani Mpairel 2. 12 Innings horse 'm." defending the title
Hoson 7. St. Lows Mo 3 he won last yea.
The 22-year-old Enjland girl also
Samtnda'Rs ults won Suaday's last of three events
Im Angeles 6. Montreal 3, 7 ininngs ..1at 1tyle to capture 8he gold
Pittsburglh 6. ClsdtnetiO Ovns, iseon. d m. in the
CItleago 4, Aiaa .3' d'..anl.sld _. t.
No*,,Yolrk aiteoX .1 '44 f ,. ea,
St.- Look .~pkb #~h.se~k


FREETOWN STOPPERS"
pitcher Ken McCartney takes
his last stride home to be
greeted by teammates
following his two rbi homer in
the second Inning. The
Stoppers dropped their first
game yesterday when they
were defeated by Bahamas
Blenders 9-6.
PHOTO: Richard Rodgers


Moncur with five at bats
scored three, knocked in three
and collected three hits. Fred
l j lor who along with
Leonard 1 aylor highlighted the
first innings with two rbi's each
scored two and knocked in
three during four times at bat.
Leonard Iaylor went on for
four and scored one.
Defensively at first, he
collectcd eight put outs.
F irst haseman Adrian
Rudgers topped Big Q's
offenLe with a two for four
pl:iie appearance. He scored
one and knocked in three.
Dcle.nsively. he had seven put
outs Helping the offence was
short Itop Randy Rodgers who
went two for three.
PI'ljer/manager Ed Moxey who
left his cal hing duty to relieve
Johnson in the fifth inning,
%sorud one and knocked in one
during two official at bats
when he collected one hit.
Johnson, in taking his first
loss against seven wins, gave up
ten runs and nine hits. Moxey
gae up three runs and six hits.
I)on Ia)lor who got the win
was pounded for ten hits
including Adrian Rodgers' two
rhi homer He struck out two,
walked one and hit one by a
plich.
10-0 COMMAND
Becks' 6-0 first inning lead
turned into a 10-0 command
by the top of the fourth which
was complemented by
Moncur's two-rbi in-the-park.
homer. Anthony 'Perez' Huyler
who scored one and knocked
in one on a double in the first
inning scored his second in the
fourth. One of Randy Rodgwrs'
two errors had him safe iat.f.dtr.
He was knocked in by lPrOd
Taylor's single. A two baje
error carried Taylor to third


COMMONWEALTH league
leaders Paradise Giants continued
their winning streak when they
picked up their sixth consecutive
win demolishing Fd Dugout in
Saturday night's game at C. I.
Gibson with a IS-1, 15-4, 15-10
win.
The fine defensive playing of
Eddie Smith, Timmy Barrett, and
player coach Oswald Moore was a
bt rough for the rookies who
showed aggressive playing without
some of their key players.
Tom Grant, coach of the losing
team, seemed quite pleased with his
team's performance and Is looking
for a better showing in future
games.
Paradise Birds maintained the
standard of both sister and brother
team as they set ahead their losing
streak putting eack the Mlnistry ot
Education In a 15-7. 15-10. IS-1
win. The Ministry with their 0-5
record still stands in the cellar and
Is showing better signs than In
previous games.
Moore lot hnis team off to a goad
start when his tremendous setting
to Barrett, and tddlo Smith had
been well taken care of this had
prevented the rookies placing the
ball well.
The final set was a bit better for
Ed's Dugout when coach Moore
saint his rookies for swest. This
probably was a better match up a
anwitnessed Ed's Dugout making
a come from behind. A ahbatiion
MaM then called when the Nasta
brought back their starting dk who
completed the game at 15-10.
Fins witnessed a threatening
start a the Ministry of F.ducation
made a jump lead, at this time
Freddie Caroll got to a good start
with her good serving. Because of
this the Ministry was unable to
addition the ball accurately.
vunne Smith and playmate
Stephanie McKenrle spiked the
Birds through In a second set at
15-10.
irds took their third and final
set to end the game with a IS.I
win.
ILUIE JEAN WINS
NOTTINGHAM. ENGLAND
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1IYALS BLAST BELTEC 29-3


THIRD BASEMAN Clarise
Stuart and second baseman
Stephanie Bethel teamed up
for eight rbi's and seven runs
yesterday as the Police Royals
behind the six hit pitching of
Judymae Miller clobbered
Deltec Bank 29-3 to win their
second in as many played in
New Providepce Softball
Association action over the
weekend.
Stuart, who paced the
Royals with fine hitting power
last week, knocked in four runs
including a three rbi homer,
scored four and had two hits
during five at bats. Bethel also
knocked in four during five at
bats when she scored three and
collected two hits. She had a
two rbi in the park homer.
Third baseman Mary
Luriston along with Marilyn
Lightbourn were the only
bright offensive sparks fot
Deltec. They both went two
for two and scored one each.
Beverly Rolle went one for one
and Michelle Miller went one
for two.
The Royals in the first
inin naced by, Stu rt ad


plate and scored two. James
Clarke went one for two.
Tied up at three all going
into the fourth inning, the
Arawaks came up with three
big runs in the bottom of the
fourth which they followed up
with four in the fifth. Albury
started the fourth inning
sending his one two pitch over
left for a homer. Cardin picked
up his first rbi in that inning.
Rbi's by Cedric Storr,
Albury and D. Watkins sparked
the Arawaks' fourth inning as
they took a 9-3 lead. Coco
Cola came back with two more
in the top of the sixth but not
enough to stir the Arawaks
who got one more in the
bottom of the sixth to win
easily.
Cardin in his three-hit debut
struck out four and walked six.
Winning pitcher Phillip
Johnson powered a three run
homer in the second inning
pacing Taylor Trucking to a
10-7 victory over B.E.C.
Saturday.

CHAPLIN FIRED


BECK RAIlERS

BANI BIT 12

HITS TI VICTORY
By Gladstone Thurston
BECKS RAIDERS, coming
off a loss to the Police Royals
last week, banged out twelve
hits enroute to a 13-9 victory
over Bahamas Commonwealth
Bank Saturday giving them
their second loss of the season.
Paced on the offence by
Vanria Cargill's three rbi's
during her two for three plate
appearances, Becks overcome
a 9-5 second inning drag and
took an 11-9 lead in the third.
Cargill contributed a two rbi
triple in the sixth.
For the Bankers, Agnes
Glinton in three innings went
two for three, scored two and
knocked in one. Jen Ferguson
in two innings knocked in two
and collected one hit.
Taking the first inning to get
warmed up, winning pitcher
Colone Thompson gave up five
runs and three hits. It was not
until the third inning when she
had already given up nine runs
and five hits that she got
pitching form and Ahutout the
Bankers for the remaining
three innings. She struck out
three and gave no walks.
Andrea Eneas had a perfect
day at the plate going three for
three, scoring three and
knocked in two. Molere Curry
who had three stolen bases
scored three during her two for
two contribution.
BECKS RAIDERS
*b r h rbi
Curry 2 3 2 0
Leckey 2 2 2 1
Cargill 3 0 2 3
C.Thompson 3 2 1 0
Walker 3 1 0 0
Eneuma 3 3 3 2
Davis 3 0 0 0
Gaitor 1 0 0 0
Carroll 2 0 1 1
G.Thompson4 2 1 I
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Stubbs 2 1 0 0
Glinton 3 2 1 0
Adderley 0 0 0 0
Miller 0 0 0 0
McKiy 4 2 1 0
Bethel 2 1 0 0
Winder 3 2 0 0
Aranah 3 I1 0
Russell 2 0 I I
Ferguson 2 0 1 2
pollier 0 0 0 0
Thompson 3 0 0 0

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By lob Grao
OAKMONT, PE4NSYLVANIA (A?)- Skinny young Johnny
Mer quietly, sedtly cardd ed, ight-under-pw 63 and
g.eds p tsite elo ftnism f the werid's, m W wnem
sotuiaCe to the United StatesOpMen of campionhip Sunday.
It was the lowest round ever him it was "a good week fort
fired in an American National Gemini," won the $18,006
championship, and Miller second prize with a
finished the tournament with a one-under-par 70 and 280
279 total, five under par. total.
Miller, who first came to Tom Weiskopf, who won
national attention when he the tournaments and a record
challenged as a teen-age $117,145 on the PGA tour in
amateur in the 1966 U.S. Open the last month, was alone in
at San Francisco's Olympic third place with 70 and 281.
Club, finished 'about 1-1/2 There was a three-way tie
hours, and six holes, in front of for fourth at 282 among three
the other major contenders in of the only four players in
this, the most prestigious of all history to win a million dollars
the world's golf champion- on the PGA tour Palmer,
ships, who had 72; Trevino, 70, and
Miller, who was six strokes Nicklaus, 68. Billy Casper, the
off the pace when play started other golfing millionaire,
in the muggy heat at the missed the 36-hole cut after a
6,921-yard Oakmont Country pair of 79s.
Club course, completed his Thus, with non-Open
round when Julius Boros and winners, Miller, Schlee and
Jerry Heard very much in Weiskopf running 1-2-3, the
contention had played only talent-laden group in fourth
10 holes of the final round. place represented six Open
BREAKS RECORD title, Nicklaus has won thrice'
Miller's round, which Trevino twice.
included nine birdies, wiped Nicklaus came up with too
out the record 64 set by Lee little, too late, when he birdied
Mackey Jr. at Merion, the 16th and 17th holes. It
Pennsylvania, in the 1950 must have been a particularly
Open, but he had no assurance galling defeat for the Golden
he was going to retain the top Bear who was shooting for a
spot. record-tying fourth Open title
He was faced with the and record-breaking 14th
prospect of squirming in major championship on the
nervous anticipation in the exact same acreage where he
clubhouse while at least a won his first the '62 Open,
half-dozen of the world's Lanny Wadkins, whose 65
greatest shot-makers attempted was impressive on its own
to overtake his total came in at 283 with
Schlee, Trevino, Weiskopf, 53-year-old Julius Boros and
Boros, Heard and Palmer all Jerry Heard, who had '73s.
had chances to match his five BASEBALL TONIGHT.
under par total.
With the fantastic scramble SECOND PLACE Jet Se
for the top at one time or battle to hold on.tonight as th
another during the day's play series nears its end when' the
six players either led or shared take on Bahamas Blenders i
the lead there appeared to be the first game 7 o'clock at th
an excellent chance for a tie. Queen Elizabeth Sports Centie
Schlee, the astrology Becks Bees play Schlitz Bee
buff who said the stars told in the second game at 9:30.


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Bethel, :both of whom scored From Page I
one and knocked in one, Mr. Chaplin arrived in the
pounded losing starter Marilyn Bahamas in September 1954,
Lightbourne for eight just over a year after his
victorious runs. Michelle marriage, to take up the post
Miller's rbi which drove in lead of headmaster of St. Andrew's.
off batter Gail Miller was His wife, Jean, was appointed
Deltec's reply in the bottom of the school's English teacher.
he first. St. Andrew's, owned by a
Runs by Luriston and private company and ope,6ted
Lightbourne outscored the by a board of directors elected
Royals 2-1 in the second inning annually by the shareholders,
which saw them trailing 9-3. had seen five headmasters in its
A marathon fourth inning, five years of existence at the
which was complemented by time of Mr. Chaplin's
Stuart's and Bethel's homers, appointment.
had the Royals crossing the Originally all parents had to
plate seventeen times while have shares in the company.
winning pitcher Miller went on However, this is no longer a
to blank Deltec for the requirement.
remainder of the game. Also When Mr. Chaplin
pacing the Royals' fourth assumed the headmastership
inning was first baseman there were 140 pupils. The
Allardyce Smith who went school was situated in the
three for six and scored three. former Collins' residence on
Miller scored three. Shirley Street. On November 1,
1972, after the Shirley Street
ARAWAK ROOKIES premises were sold to the
STOP COCA COLA 11-6 Government to house the
SHORT STOP Sammy Ministry of Education, the
Cumberbatch and first school moved to its own site
baseman Eric Albury each sent on Yamacraw Road.
losing pitcher Everette Johnson The spacious 30-acre site has
out of the park Saturday as the an Olympic-size swimming
rookies of San Sal Arawaks pool with tennis and basketball
stopped Coco Cola 11,5 courts and a 6%-acre athletics
Saturday at the Southern field.
Recreation Grounds. During his tenure of office
Cumberbatch, batting Mr. Chaplin has served under
second in the line up collected the following chairmen: Dr.
two hits during four times at' Kenneth Eardley, Mr. Godfrey
bat when he scored two and Higgs, Mr. James R. Miller, Mr.
knocked in one. Albury scored Donald d'Albenas, Dr. Paul
three and knocked in one Albury and Dr. Andrew
during two official times at bat Esfakis.
when he collected one hit. Mr. Chaplin received his
Helping with his victory, Bachelor of Science degree in
winning pitcher Chris Cardin chemistry in 1949 and his
knocked in two during three at Masters of Education degree in
bats when he collected one hit. 1953. He was granted a year's
For Coke it was third sabbatical leave by St.
baseman Nigel Clarke who Andrew's Board in 1968 to
went two for three from the read for his doctorate in
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