<%BANNER%>
PRIVATE ITEM
Digitization of this item is currently in progress.
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03374
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: June 19, 1973
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03374

Full Text
I


I


3-WAY FIGHT IN JULY 19 BY-ELECTION




Vanguard National enter


first candidate


as test'


in Ban's Town by-election'

By NICKI KELLY
THE VANGUARD NATIONALIST SOCIALIST PARTY today fielded its first political candidate when
22-year-old school teacher Wesley Campbell nominated to contest the Bain's Town by-election brought about by
the resignation of Governor-General designate Sir Milo Butler.


Mr. Campbell put in his
nomination papers at Wesley
school Room at 9:40 a.m.
followed at 9:55 p.m. by Dr.
orman Gay, who is standing
or the PLP and at 10:55 a.m.
Ry Mr. Clifford, who is offering
'or the Opposition FNM.
The by-election takes place
S thursday, July 19.
James Spike" Bain, who
iad intended to offer as an
independent, withdrew at the
ast minute and said he was
throwing his support behind
r. Gay whom he described as
'a capable man and the man
,,_ or Bains Town.
DR. OSWALD SYMONETTE A Vanguard spokesman said



nAhas bee that
AIO p ganizt io n o its
S formation two yo .
ILLS' l ` Mr. Chatted hisn
DR. ROBERT' Oswald resignation ,fr cPherson
Symonette, 39,- oftPolhemus Junior d School about a
Gardens, died this nomtin at month. ago to sbeift his
Hubbard Hospital, Nashville. camp ITgn 3 the co n cy.


Tennessee, where e Was "People on the whe are
hospitalized for the past three been respon'sive and receptive,"
weeks. the party spokesman said.
Dr. Symonette suffered a The Vanguard is
ruptured appendix in Nassau campai4hmng/ on a strong
and suffered complications pro-blamk platform that is
following an operation in highly critical of the "rank
Nashville. corruption of the national
A graduate of Meharry body politic and among
Medical School, Nashville, Dr. government leaders."
Symonette returned to Nassau "Vanguard comes to the
three years ago and opened up people of Bains Town in a time
his own dental practice. of unrelieved crisis for our
He is survived by his wife people . of massive
Carolyn; three children, unemployment and crushing
Oswald, 4; Crystal 3 and Dion taxation. In fact we are
2; his parents Mr. and Mrs. witnesses to an impending
Michael Symonette and a social disaster," a party
brother MichaeL statement said today.
The body is to be flown "Our communities are crime
back to Nassau for burial, haunted and underdeveloped,"


Power shortage in city


area 'still critical'

PROBLEMS WITH MAIN DISTRIBUTION CABLES,
switching equipment and transformers yesterday resulted in two
sepatate ninety-minute power cuts which hit the north shore of
the island between Dunmore Lane in Nassau City and Prospect
Ridge in Cable Beach, and the Wulff Road area.


The power shortage in the
city area was still critical
today, and the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation was
appealing to consumers to limit
their use of electricity until
midnight tonight, although it
was hoped supplies would be
returned to normal by 10 p.m.
Chief distribution engineer
Arthur Firth told The Tribune
that about a week ago one of
two 33,000-volt cables carrying
power from the Blue Hills
generation plant to city
substations developed a fault.
While engineers were locating
the problem, supplies to the
city area were all being routed
through the one remaining
cable.
The trouble with the first
cable has been blamed on
insulation failure. Repairs are
expected to be completed
between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
tonight
However, at about 5 p.m.
yesterday a fault hit the second
33,000-volt cable, cutting off
all supplies to the heart of the

BED PLLOWS'
AlD a
BED FADS

NASSAU FREEPORTj


city and the shoreline west to
Prospect.
Coincidentally, problems
arose with switchgear at the
Ernest Street sub-station.
Fortunately, Mr. Firth said,
the problems developed at a
time of day when consumption
in the city falls off sharply as
offices empty and shops close
for the night.
He said by using 7,200-volt
cables from out-lying
sub-stations, power was
restored to most of the
affected area by 6:30 p.m.
yesterday.
However, due to the
limited capacity of the smaller
cables, supplies to the area
cannot be increased beyond
about 13.5 megawatts per
hour, while normal
consumption is 15 megawatts.
Mr. Firth said as a result
BEC is having to load-shed in
the area until repairs to the
first 33,000-volt cable to
develop problems are
completed tonight and it can
be brought back into service.
While engineers worked to
repair the first cable, and
others tried to locate the fault
in the second cable,
transformers in the distribution
system serving the Wulff Road
area over-loaded at about 10
p.m. blacking out the area.
Repairs were made and the
supply returned by about
11:30, Mr. Frith said.


the Vanguard claims.
"Thousands of our youth and
countless others are threatened
with permanent
unemployment. Those among
us who work are faced with the
unbearable fact that our pay
cheques can purchase less and
less. On the other hand the
epidemic of drugs threatens to
paralyse and wipe out the
minds and strength of many."
The party is calling for the
emergence of an "independent
black politics and the struggle
for far-ranging change,
fundamental transformation qf
the Bahamian society and the
creation id new directions."
It proposes a change in the
economic structure that would
eventually. lead to wresting
control of the .economy from
foreign hands. Also called for is
a change in the political order.
"We are convinced that the
political elite who run the
country have seldom acted in
the interest of the people. Both
past and present governments
have betrayed us whenever
their interestsconflicted with
ours and this' was most of the
time," says the Vanguard
statement.
"There must be a change in
cultural orientation. Our
society is mixed, with a
majority of black, but our
cultural orientation is white
and European. Future
programmes of development
must be geared towards making
the black who has been
exploited more aware of
himself," the Vanguard insists.
Added the statement: "Our
educational forms must
become mass-based. The
present form is biased and
geared towards the elite. As a
result, the privileged few who
receive an education use it as a
tool of separation, instead of a
means of serving the needs of
the people.
"More attention must be
paid to adult and worker
education in order to release
the creative energies of this
sector, enabling them to create
new values and prepare
themselves for the changes
which must come if the
Bahamian society is to survive.
"Education must be an
instrument of change," the
Vanguard has asserted.

ST. ANDREW'S

TEACiERS GIVE

ULTIMATUM
A PARENT of St. Andrew's
School told The Tribune late
today that 21 teachers of the
school had voted that unless
their headmaster is given a
year's notice of termination of
contract by the school's Board
of Directors they will resign. If
this threat were carried out St.
Andrew's School could not
open in September.
The Tribune understands
that the teachers met this
afternoon and later delivered
their ultimatum to board
chairman, Bill Holowesko. The
teachers' decision will be
conveyed to parents at a
meeting to be held tonight at
the school.
The teachers have decided to
resign "unless the headmaster
is given one full year's notice
of termination of contract and
other staff members a
minimum of one term's
notice."
It is understood that 21 of a
possible 29 teachers have
signed the ultimatum.
Mr. John Chaplin,
headmaster of St. Andrew's
School, was fired by the school
board yesterday after 19 years
service.


V A'N G U A R D
NATIONALIST Socialist Party
candidate In the Bain's Town
by-election Wes Campbell
(INSET and third from left
standing), hands his
nomination papers over to
presiding officer Richard Dean
at the Wesley Schoolroom,
Blue Hill Road this morning.
Among the Vanguard officials
on hand for the nomination
was the party's secretary
general, Lionel Carey, second
from right.
PHOTO: Phillip Symonette.

YOUNG VISITOR

ALLEGEDLY HIT

BY PLANE, DIES

A 2 0-YEAR-OLD
AMERICAN tourist was killed
on Monday when he was
reportedly .struck by a
low-flying private aircraft while
he stood on the dock at the
Small Hope Bay Lodge near
Fresh Creek, Andros.
Dead is John Katzmayer of
North Carolina.
Fresh Creek police said
Katzmayer was hit by one of
the 'plane's wheels as the
aircraft "buzzed" the lodge.
At the controls of the
aircraft was Mr. Richard Birch,
owner/manager of the lodge,
where Katzmayer, a bachelor,
was staying. The incident
occurred at about 7:15 p.m.
police said.
Following the incident Mr.
Birch landed at the Fresh
Creek airstrip.
A doctor from the AUTEC
base on Andros was called to
the scene, and an AUTEC
helicopter air-lifted Katzmayer
to Nassau, where an emergency
landing was made on the
grounds of the Ministry of
Education on Shirley Street.
The man was rushed to the
Princess Margaret Hospital,
where he was pronounced dead
on arrival.
Mr. Birch, police said, took
off from Fresh Creek in his
apparently undamaged aircraft
shortly after the helicopter left
Andros, and flew to Nassau.
Up to 1 p.m. the hotelier had
not yet returned to the island,
police said.


SDR. NORMAN GAY,
centre, Progressive Liberal
Party candidate in the Bain's
Town by-election, was
congratulated on his
nomination this morning by
Drexel Dean, PLP National
General Council member for
Bain's Town. On hand also for
the nomination were PLP
chairman Andrew "Dud"
Maynard, in check coat, and
PLP secretary general Clenwith
Dean, left.
PHOTO: Phillip Symonette.


CLIFFORD COOPER
...FNM candidate


im nominate Secretary General


THE CENTRAL COUNCIL
of the Free National Movement
last night unanimously
approved the nomination of
Mr. Clifford M. Cooper as its
standard-bearer in the
upcoming Bains Town
bye-election.
Mr. Cooper, 34, is secretary
general of the party and was
the FNM's candidate for the
Fort Fincastle Constituency in
the general election. A realtor
by profession, Mr. Cooper was
at one time president of the
Bahamas Real Estate
Association and is also a
charter member of the
Bahamas Junior Chamber of
Commerce. He is the son of
Mrs. Idell Cooper and the late
Sgt. Fred Cooper of East
Street.
"The decision of the party
to nominate a candidate and
my decision to accept that
nomination is based mainly
upon our conviction that as a
national party, we owe it to
the country to provide them
with an alternative to the
present Government", Mr.
Cooper said.
"We do not go into the
Bains Town Constituency
unaware of the situation we
will face. We recognize that
that constituency is a
stronghold of the ruling party.
Nevertheless, we have
determined to make it possible
for our supporters in Bains
Town, regardless of their
number, to be able to cast their
vote for our party. We urge
them to turn out in full
strength on election day."
Mr. Cooper said that the
FNM fully intends to use the
Bains Town bye-election to
focus the attention of the
public on vital political issues
affecting the country. Among
these, he said, was the
galloping high cost of living,
which is due primarily to
increased taxes levied on the
masses by the PLP
Government.
"These taxes have been
inflicted directly against the
very people whose condition
the PLP had promised to
better. The taxation assault
against the people was started


Cask's sen kondi over o idrl's charge


GORDON CASH,
20-year-old son of Senate
President Gerald Cash, was
convicted and bound over in the
amount of $300 for one year
by Chief Magistrate Wilton
Hercules who found him guilty
of possessing dangerous drugs.


He was accused of having a
reefer in his possession when
two Criminal Investigation
Department detectives, Alton
Virgil and Gregory Ellis, met
him near his car which was
parked at the rear of a clearing
on West Bay Street


for Bain's Town seat

prior to the general election "It is my view and the view
and was intensified almost of my party that first things
immediately after the ballots should come first. I have no
were counted on September objection to our Prime Minister
19, 1972. There is no doubt in having a $40,000 Rolls Royce
my mind that as the economy and our Ministers of
of the country declines, further Government having adequate
taxes will be charged against salaries and allowances. But at
the people." a time when so many of our
Another vital issue upon people are catching hell, surely
which the FNM hopes to focus that is not the time for them to
attention is unemployment, see their leaders brazenly
The party claims that this flaunting new-found wealth in
particular problem is now their faces.
approaching disaster "We recognize that with the
proportions with thousands of overwhelming majority
Bahamians, particularly young maintained by the Government
Bahamians, unable for the first in the House of Assembly that
time in many years, to find many voters might see no
employment., incentive in becoming
Mr. Co e s : enthusiastic about the Bains
Mr. Cooper said: "The Town election since it cannot
Government has taken a most bring about a change in
callous attitude towards this government.
problem and they seem to have "However, the voters have
moved so far away from the an opportunity now to
people that even the Minister strengthen the hand of the
of Labour himself could look Opposition in Parliament and
the people straight in the face also to demonstrate to the
and proclaim that there are Government their displeasure
jobs for everybody, when in with our present economic
fact there are hundreds, situation, particularly the
perhaps thousands of young unconscionable tax increases
people, who have not had a job and growing unemployment.
since they left school and there "We will do our part, as is
are many others who used to our duty as a national party.
work regularly for years but The rest is up to the people to
who now find themselves with decide whether they would like
nothing to do. to make use of the opportunity
nothing to do. which we have created."


I


UNION SEEK DELAY IN BATELCO TALKS


A CONTRACT negotiation
meeting scheduled Monday
morning between the Bahamas
Telecommunications
Corporation and the BaTelCo
branch of the Public Services
Union was postponed until
Wednesday morning at the
request of PSU president
Thaddeus Darling.
Mr. Darling, it is understood,
asked for a week's delay to sort
out "internal" union matters.
However, Chief Industrial
Officer Lambert Parker, sitting
in on the negotiations, allowed
a delay only to Wednesday
morning.
It is understood the union
matter to which the delay was
attributed arose as a result of
the union branch's alleged
failure to consult Mr. Darling
when making press statements
on the negotiations.


The last statement from
union branch sources said that
the workers had presented
their "final" proposals to
management, and a response
from management was
expected at Monday's
scheduled meeting.
The sources said if
management rejected the
proposal the workers would
take a vote sometime this week
to decide whether they would
take strike action when the
Industrial Relations Act's
" cooling-off" period expires in
mid-July.
It is understood that
management yesterday did not
plan to either accept or reject
the union's latest proposals,
but intended instead to submit
a new proposal of Its own.
The management
labour-dispute at BaTelCo first


came to public notice on May
7, when about 350 workers
demonstrated in support of
union demands for wage
negotiations.
The workers charged and
management has denied that
management had refused to
negotiate although contracts
for monthly-paid employees
and hourly-paid employees
expired on June 30 and
December 31 last year.


I


OUDLEY'S
COO SOSTTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.
PREMIER
PERCUSSION
INSTRUMENTS


RUSSELL'S
ORANGE JUCE
Maviable at your
SUPERMARKET


rirtbutti


r


VISITORS

FOR MAY


REPORTED


UP 9.5p.c.

ALTHOUGH visitor totals
to the Bahamas in May showed
a 9.54 per cent increase over
the corresponding month last
year, the bulk of the increase
was registered in sea arrivals
which jumped 19.84 per cent
compared to last May.
According to Ministry of
Tourism statistics, visitors to
the Bahamas for May totalled
130,199 an increase of 9.54
per cent over 118.857 arrivals
in the corresponding month
last year.
Arriving in the Bahamas by
air last month were 85,869
visitors, an increase of 4.89 pet
cent over 81,886 who flew in
during May 1972. Sea arrivals
for May totalled 44,330 an
increase of 19.84 per cent over
36,991 who disembarked
during the corresponding
month of 1972.
Although visitors to Nassau
jumped by 15.32 per cent, air
arrivals showed only a slight
increase of 0.35 per cent.
Nassau visitors moved from
75,158 in May 1972 to 86,672
last year. Air arrivals in Nassau
Stotalled 49,259 compared to
49,089 in the comparable
month last year.
The Ministry noted that
"the most significant gain
"made by Nassau last month
was in sea arrivals. A total of
37,413 passengers came by
boat last month, an increase of
43.52 per cent over 26,069 -
the total sea arrivals count for
May 1972.
DECLINE
Despite an increase of nearly
eight per cent in air arrivals for
last month, Freeport, Grand
Brhama -show*" a 10.04 per
cent decline it total visitor
volume. This was due to the
lack of sea arrivals result g
from the discontinuance of
scheduled services by the
luxury liner m.v. Freeport. A
smaller vessel has since taken
over the service.
Figures for May show that
27,260 visitors came to
Freeport by air last month -
an increase of 7.98 per cent
over 25,245 who flew into that
city in May, 1972. Sea arrivals
for last month totalled 2,234 -
a decline of 70.38 per cent
from 7,542 who arrived by
boat in May of last year.
The total number of visitors
to the Out Islands last month
was 14,033 an increase of
28.29 over 10,912 who
vacationed there in May, 1972.
Air arrivals in the Out
Islands last month were 9,350,
an increase of 24.14 per cent
over 7,532 who arrived in May
last year. Sea arrivals also
showed an outstanding increase
of 38.55 per cent last month.
This means that 4,683 visitors
came by boat to the Out
Islands in comparison to 3,380
who disembarked in May 1972.
Noticeable gains in visitor
arrivals were made last month
in West End, Grand Bahama;
Bimini and Marsh Harbour.
West End was up 68.88 per
cent; Bimini 31.06 and Marsh
Harbour, centre of world wide
attention 75.06 per cent.
JO BASRA MEETING
Members of BASRA are
advised that there will be no
meeting on Wednesday, July 4.


u..(-e ,,poob... o.. m"..... ...C.wl ..t.. ..Wig", Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX, No. 173 Tuesday, Jue., 1973 Price: 15 Cent.
: vr--------I---------1-------'-----I---












ghw Wrtibint


Tusds, ,June 1'w, 173.


NIXON DROPS OBJECTIONS, &-- U.S.USSIAN


SEA LINK RESCUED, BUT


John Dean's appearance SINIT OPENS 2 veteran divers lose


NDXON- ZHNEV TALKS GOING WELL postponed I
WASHINGTON (AP) Quetions of trade and economics are on the
agenda today for the sesoed asion of President Nixon's summit
conference with Soviet leader Breshaev. The economic talks are scheduled
to follow a mid-morning signing by Secretary of State Rodgers and Soviet
Foreign Miaister Gromyko of previously-arranged agreements on air
transport, mI.tursl exchatnl, agriculture and oceanographic research. (See) Th
Story 71* Pag) WASHINGTON (AP)iPTge
The two leaders toastd each other at White Houe dinner last night, and committee voted Monday to
Brerhnev described the first day's talks u very friendly. Another comment otniy eliv stpenu
on the opening session came from Presidential Adviser Henry Kissalnger, potential explosive appearan
who said: "I think the talks are going In a very constructive way." the visit of Soviet leader Leonid
Another guest at the Brezhnev banquet was former Treasury secretary
John Connally, who is rumoured to be on the verge of resigning his job as-
presidential adviser. Connally sidestepped comment on the speculation and
said he will explain his position at a news conference later this week.
Published reports have said Connlly is frustrated in his consulting role.


TWO RESEARCHERS REMAIN TRAPPED IN SUBMARINE
KEY WEST, FLORIDA (AP) Rescuera report no sign of life inside a
salvaged mint-submarine that still holds two deep sea researchers. Two
other men in a forward section of the craft were pulled safely from the
submarine when it surfaced yesterday nea Key Wost, Florida, but the
separate rear section can not be opened until decompression is complete.
That is expected later today. (oSee Story This Page)
The two men remaining in the craft are 31-year-old Clayton Link and
31-year-old Albert Slatover. Link is the son of the research sub's designer,
and Stover is a veteran qf the Navy submartine service. The sub was under
contract to the Smithsonian Institution to study marine life off the Florida
coat when it was trapped in the cables of a sunken ship Sunday.
TORNADO INJURE AT LEAST 60 DAMAGE IN MILLIONS
OKLAHOMA (AP) A tornado swept through the southwestern
Oklahoma town of Frederick last night leaving at least 60 persons injured
in Its wake. Most of the Injured were residents of a nursing home. Property
damage is estimated in the milllomns of dollars.
PERON RETURNS WELCOMED HOME BY THOUSANDS
BUENOS AIRES, June 19 (AP) Buses, trains, trucks and thousands of
private cars converged on Buenos Aires today, bringing jubilant Peronists
to the capital to welcome home their leader, ex-president Juan D. Peron.
The 77-year-old Peron and an official party of nearly 100 persons,
Including President Hector J. Campors, is to arrive Wednesday on a
chartered jet from Madrid.
Organizers of the reception rally are predicting that two million persons
will gather in a flat pasture near Eziezs Airport to see and cheer Peron.
This would be by far the biggest crowd ever assembled In Argentina.
The three million-member General Labour Confederation called for a
48-hour strike from noon Tuesday to noon Thursday. Wednesday is
national flag day, with all schools closed.
CHICAGO BANK INCREASES PRIME LENDING RATE
NEW YORK (AP) The First National Bank of Chicago, one of the
country's largest banks, said today it would raise its prime lending rates
from 7% to 7% per cent effective Tuesday.
No other banks followed suit Immediately, but bankers indicated the
move would almost certainly open the way for the seventh general Increase
in the prime this year.
James F. Bodine, President of Philadelphia's First Pennsylvania Bank &
Trust Co., said the boost to 73% per cent in the interest fee charged by
banks to their most trustworthy corporate customers should be "fairly
general before the week is out."
Officials of New York's Chemical Bank termed the 7a per cent prime
"below the level called for by market rates."
Spokesmen at other major New York banks declined immediate
comment. However, banking observers aid, it appeared the increase to 7%
per cent would spread throughout the industry within a week, unless the
Nixon administration intervenes.
If the higher rate becomes industrywide, it would put the prime at its
highest level since September 1970, when it was lowered from 8 per cent
to 7% per cent on the way down from a peak of 8% per cent in the tight
money period of 1969-70.
The rate bottomed out at 4% per cent in early 1972 and has been rising
since. It began this year at 6 per cent.
COMMUNISTS HAVE NOT ABANDONED GOAL
SAIGON (AP) South Vietnsmes President Thieu today declared that
the Communists are violating the new cease-fire agreement more seriously
than they did the original truce. Thieu said at ceremonies marking South
Vietnam's armed forces day that the Communists have not abandoned
their goat of military victory in South Vietnam.
TRANS-EUROPE PLUSH EXPRESS IN COLLISION
m ANTWERP, BELGIUM (AP) The plush trans-Europe passenger
express from Paris to Aasterdaot collided Monday with a yard shunter as it
was racing along a stretch of track linking this major port's east and north
stations, police reported.
Initial confusion led rescue teams to believe that several passengers had
been killed and many others severely Injured.
Police later said only the engineer of the shenter and one of the'
engineers in the express were severely injured. A number of passengers
were silhtlyv inured.
TWO OF QUADS DEAD, OTHERS 'VERY DELICATE STATE
MARIETTA, GEORGIA (AP) The second of the quadruplets bom to
Air Force Capt. and Mrs. James Phillips died Monday, a Cobb General
Hospital spokesman said.
Another died Sunday, a day after the multiple births. Both dead babies
were girs.
The surviving boy and girl were In incubators and their conditions were
described as "very delicate."
The hospital spokesman said Mrs. Phillips was "doing as well es can be
expected," but he did not elaborate on her condition.
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING CESSNA
GEORGETOWN, GUYANA (AP) Scout planes that have been
searching the Guyana Jungle for nine days since a Cessna aircraft
disappeared in-the area around the world-famed Kaleteur Falls looked
again Fiday but hopesthat the sxl occupants are still alive were low.
The Guyana DIMector of Civil Aviation,who is'coordinator for the search
party eof our Guyana planes and two Brazilian Air Force planes, said they
tave ceriserosaed the entire areas without success.
Mining with the plane are American pilot Mitch Rushing, copilot Brian
:Basom, a fnnrmer Guyana Defense Force captain, Martin Nascimento and
bis EnsHiborn wife Joanne, the asitisant manager of the Fortes owned
hotels Pegham Roger Joblin, and superintendent of Fortes Trust Houses
which it responsible for the Pegasus. Gerald Knowles.
LFITLE KNOWN PRESIDENT FOR BRAZIL IN MARCH 1974
RIO DE JANEIRO, JUNE 19 (AP) Brazil's tOO million citizens awoke
today to discover that Erneato Oe"Is a man most of them never heard of
and hardly my actually had aen would be their next president.
A retired four-etr army general, Geisol, 64, heads the State Oil
Company, Petrobras. President Em o 0. Medici named Geisel to Petrobrma
shortly after taking power from an Incompetent, left-leaning civilian
admliatratsn in 1964. Gelail will take power In March next year and will
serve antl 1979.
After months of strict censorship concerning the topic of Medici's
sucesor, -newspapers plastered pictures and personality sketches of the
white-haired Gelsel across their front pages today.
Despite the fact that he is the boa of the biggest corporation in South
America which under his leadership has begun drilling for oil across the
globe from Colombia to Madagascar the average Brailan knows little
about Geield.
HEWS FOR A RETURN FISCHER-SPASSKY MATCH
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD (AP) United States chess randmaster
Dr. WiarI Lombardy cherished the hopea of a return match between U.S.
sad worMd champion. Bobby Fichwrand Russian mater. Bork Saky.


-CUMB IMINIE

o1M owni ll

Invites applications from suitably qualified Bahamians
who are Interested In a career with a major
Development Bank. This position is suitable to those
who are prepared to engagsi in such further study as is
necessary and who are willing to apply themselves to
their dally duties to bultd a rewarding career. An
opportunity presently exists In the following area:

LOAN OFFICER
The services of an experienced loan officer are
required. Applicants should possess approximately 10
years banking experience in which a minimum of 4
year has been spent in credit analysis. It is essential
that some knowledge of Foreign procedures,
Exchange Control regulations and accounting
routines be possessed. A working knowledge of the
Spanish language would be an advantage.


Abgg ssaid e ahblnitted In ldwrltiung,
b a.,bv full .rmmes to:





TIN LIMITED
i ggg


BEAN WILL NAME

NIXON IN COVERUP
WASHINGTON, JUNE 19
(AP) A source to the
Senate's Watergate
investigation says "there is
absolutely no doubt" that
ousted White House counsel
John W. Dean Ill will swear
that President Nixon knew the
scandal was being covered up.
Based on what Dean already
has told Senate investigators,
the source said, "he is going to
name the President ... I can tell
you that much."
Dean won't get a chance
to air his testimony until next
week, however. The Senate
committee voted Monday to
postpone its televised hearings
until after the visit of Soviet
leader Leonid I. Brezhnev.
The postponement came as
columnist Jack Anderson
reported that Dean admitted
using $4,000 in Nixon
campaign funds to finance his
honeymoon last year.
Anderson indicated his
information came from "one
of the President's men." He
said Dean left an I.O.U.
At the same time, special
Watergate prosecutor
Archibald Cox said, in response
to a newsman's question, that
he is studying whether a
President may legally be
subpoenaed or indicted. But he
said he routinely studies all
legal questions in matters of
interest to him, and "it would
be wrong to draw any
inference."
In another development, the
White House began supplying
to the Senate committee and
to Cox logs of meetings
between the President and
Dean.
Copies of these logs, made
available to the Associated
Press, show that Nixon had
only one substantive meeting
with Dean last year, more than
two weeks after the President
told the public that an
investigation by Dean had
cleared all administration
employees of involvement in
the wiretapping.
COX STUDYING CASE
AGAINST PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON (AP) Special
prosecutor Archibald Cox said
Monday he has "no reason to
believe" the White House is
dragging its feet on supplying
information on the Watergate case.
Cox said his staff has under
study the legal ramifications of
both subpoenaing and indicting a
President but added "it would be
wrong to draw any inferences from
the fact I am having them studied."
He said he frequently has all
aspects of a legal question studied
In this matter.
He refused to go into any detail
on the type of information he is
seeking from the White House other
than the logs of the Nixon-Dean
meetings.
On other matters Cox said:
He expects it is likely there
will be a number of criminal cases
"growing out of matters under my
charge."
On the matter of testimony
the Senate Watergate committee
receives in closed session, "I assume
the committee wants to cooperate
with us and will give us what we ask
for."
The only meeting he has had
with Atty. Gen. Elliot L.
Richardson was for Richardson to
pas on any information he had on
the Watergate case.
Asked if he Intends to watch
Dean's testimony to the Senate
committee, he said, "I'vre thought
about it but I've got till tomorrow
to make up my mind,"
HALDEMAN'S MOVE
WASHINGTON Former White
House chief of staff H. R.
Nldeman has moved his family
from this Watergate scandal storm
centre back home to California.
As far as Mrs. Haldeman is
concerned, "she's moved beck for
good,' Haldemas's lawyer, John J.
Wilson, said in an interview
Monday.
Haldeman will be back to
Washington, however. He still must
testify before the Senate Watergate
committee which wants to know if
Haldeman had any Involvement In
the Watergate break-in and coverup.
Wileon has aid that Haldeman
faces possible Indictment by the
Watergate grand jury.
President Nixon's former deputy
has denied any involvement in the
break-in and coverup. White House
ea.Iidi Gordon C. Strachan


reportedly Ia ready to testify that
Haldeman was aware of both
aspects of the scandal.
Wilson said Haldeman moved his
family the past weekend from its
home in the fashionable
Georgetown section of Wahington
to a rented house at Newport
Bembch. Calif., a coastal community
about 30 miles south of Los
Anples.


News highlights


CSIRIALLY


ng
he
of


It was announced also that
the White House has dropped
all objections to questioning of
Dean, ousted as White House
counsel last April 30.
And special Watergate
prosecutor Archibald Cox said
he is studying whether a
president may be subpoenaed
or indicted, but said the study
is routine and should not lead
to any conclusions by the
public.
The White House had
claimed that Dean, as the
President's official lawyer,
could not be compelled to
testify becasue of a "double
privilege:" executive privilege
and lawyer-client
confidentiality.
DROP CLAIMS
The present White House
counsel, Leonard Garment,
now has dropped both claims
of privilege for Dean, said Sen.
Howard H. Baker Jr. (R.,
Tenn.), the minority leader on
the committee.
The White House also has
left it to the committee to
decide whether national
security should prevent Dean
from being questioned publicly
about some aspects of the
Watergate scandal, said
Chairman Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D.,
N.C.).
Ervin and Baker appeared
at a brief news conference after
the committee voted in closed
session to postpone Dean's
appearance until 10 a.m. next
Tuesday. The delay was
requested by Senate
Democratic Leader Mike
Mansfield and Republican
Leader Hugh Scott. Dean had
been scheduled to appear
today.
Mansfield and Scott said in a
letter that they asked for the
delay regretfully, but believed
it would be best for the
country to put off hearings
while the President negotiates
for possible agreements
between Russia and the United
States,
NIXON SUBPOENA
Sen. Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.
(R., Conn.) was the only one
of the seven committee
members to-oppose the delay.
Cox was asked at a news
conference whether he is
considering the possibility of a
subpoena or indictment for
Nixon. "You can consider we
are considering that legal
question," he said, adding:
"It would be wrong to draw
any inference" from that.
As the White House
abandoned its objections to
Dean's testimony, it was
learned also that Cox had been
supplied with appointment
books showing dates of
-meetings between Dean and
the President earlier this year.
DOCUMENTS
Although Cox requested the
documents more than a week
ago, he said he saw no reason
to believe the White House was
dragging its feet in supplying
them.
He said he had just received
a series of letters from the
White House, which he had not
had an opportunity to read. A
source later confirmed that
these were the requested
documents. Originally the
White House had said it would
be "constitutionally
inappropriate" to supply them.
The White House apparently
played little or no role in delay
of Dean's testimony.
Democratic Leader Mansfield
said he sought the
postponement on his own. "I
had no contact with anyone,
anywhere, in this city or
without," he said.
Scott said: "The White
House did not call me on this. I
have not talked to the White
House on this subject."
DELAYED A WEEK
Sen. Weicker, the only
member of the committee to
oppose the delay, said he voted
against It because he feels the
hearings would demonstrate
the strength of American
democracy. He said he feels it
important "that Mr. Brezhnev


understand that the real
strength of this country is that.
we do these things out in the
open and don't tailor them to
any individual."
Mansfield and Scott, in
requesting the delay, said, "It
is not an easy decision for us to
make ... but it is our
considered judgment that a
delay of one week would not
jeopardize the hearings and
that one week might give
President Nixon and Mr.
Brezhnev the opportunity to
reconcile differences


by summit


next week

e Senate Wategate investigate
postpone until next week t
e of John W. Dean I1 because
I. Brezhnev.


Scattered pound skirmishes
went on for the 139th day of the
original cea e-fire and the fourth
day of the renewed truce that the
opposing sides pledged in Parle to
honour.
The Joint Military
Commission, composed of
representatives of the Saigon
government and the Viet Cont
made no reported process in
implementing the 14-point
communique signed last week by
Henry A. Kissinger and Le Due The
of North Vietnam to reinforce the
cei.flre and halt violations.


their lives, but 2


others are fit & well

KEY WEST, FLA. (AP) Recuer decompresng two men in
a chamber of a midget Submne tint w rapped uiderwa
for 31 hours mid Tuesday the me wee dead.


By Saul Pett
WASHINGTON (AP) The
summit began Monday on an
ominous note under rey skies.
"You won't get a picture," the
Russian television announcer was
reporting darkly back to Moscow.
"The cable is cut!"
But somehow the cable crisis of
1973 was narrowly averted at the
lasta moment and the Russian went
on the air with a picture, describing
the scene.
"The people are showing
enormous Interest," he said of the
very quiet crowd formed up In a,
large triangle on the sodden south
lawn of the White House.
Henry Kissinger bounced among
the visiting officials. Ambassador
Asnatoly Fedrovich Dobrynin
made small talk with Tricia Nixon
Cox and her husband Edward.
Foreign minister Andrel
Andreyevich Gromyko waited with
usual look of pain. The same
Gromyko who had come to the
White House with Khrushchev in
1959 and again In the fall of 1962,
shortly before the missile crisis to
assure President John Kennedy that
the Russians positively had no
offensive weapons in Cuba.
Now another leader of Soviet
Russia was arriving on the ellipse
behind the White House in a huge
green and white presidential
helicopter with large letters spelling
"The United States of America."
Leonid Uyich Brezhnev was
driven up to the back of the house
where the President and Mrs. Nixon
waited under the Truman balcony.
The two leaders shook hands
warmly, Nixon using his double
grip.
They mounted a small platform
and stood at attention for the
21-gun salute and the playing of
"The hymn of the Soviet Union"
and "The Star Spangled Banner."
The Russian, in dark grey with
two medals, stared solemnly
straight ahead. The President, in
blue, squinted at the crowd under
the huge maple and oak trees.
HANDSHAKING
The scene apparently evoked a
new idea in summitry for a few
moments later, on the way to
review the honour guard, the
President led Brezhnev over to the
crowd for handshaking.
The crowd cheered. Brezhnev
responded with a double handed
boxer's salute, American style.
Back on the platform, the
President officially welcomed his
visitor on his first trip to the United
States, reminding him that "those
TV cameras there ... mean all the
world is watching."
Brezhnev listened solemnly while
his translator whispered into the
nape of his neck. In his turn, the
Russian leader responded quietly
with fewer flourishes while the
President, who had no translator
nearby, managed nonetheless to
look attentive.
The ceremony over, the two men
sajourned to the President's Oval
office and posed for succeeding
Waves of Russo-American-
photographers "Go ahead,"
Brezhnev told the cameraman,
reversing the usual role of national
leaders. "Take one more for
history."
"We have work to do," the
President said good humouredly
after a while and the cameras
finally left, and the door to the
Oval Office closed and the leaders
of capitalist America and
Communist Russia sat down to talk
business.
NO LUNCH
Their talks ranged over world
problems for almost four hours as
they began a week of summit talks
at the White House.
Working through the lunch hour,
Nixon and his guest "on a
philosophical plane" talked about
maintaining the momentum
established when the President.
visited Moscow last spring for their
first round of summitry.
On Tuesday, spokesmen said, the
talks will move to the specific with
a discussion of Improved trade
between the United States and the
Soviet Union.
Nixon and Brezhnev began the
talks with mutual pledges to build
world peace. "By the end of the
week youll be speaking English and
I'll be speaking Russian," the
President told Brezhnev In a spirit
of cooperation as they sat down
together under a portrait of George
Washington in the president's Oval
Office.
A report of their discussions was
given later to newsmen by Ronald
L. Ziegler, the White House press
secretary, and Leonid M. Zamyatin,
the general director of TASS.

Cnsefire dndlock
SAIGON (AP) South
Vietnamese and Viet Cong
representatives remained
deadlocked in a cease-fire meeting
Monday while the shooting and
bloodshed continued,
A helcopter of the International
Commission of Control and
Supervision was fired at near Plelku
over territory occupied by both the
Viet Cong and Sgon forces. The
craft was not hit and there were no
casualties.
Two other peacekeeping
helicopters were fired on Sunday
near An Loc over Vtet
Coni-controlled areas. A bullet
pierceda rotar blade of one craft
but the we no injuries to those
aboard.


Rear Adm. John Maurer,
commander of the Key West
U.S. Navy base, said "we have
received word from the Sea
Diver (the minisub's mother
ship) that the two men in the
rear compartment are in fact
dead."
The two men, Clayton Link,
31, son of the submarine's
inventor, Edwin Link, and
Albert Stover, 51, a veteran
diver and submarine pilot, had
been unconscious since 0630
GMT Monday and breathing
sounds had not been heard
from the chamber since
1200GMT that day.
A U.S. Navy spokesman said
the 2-foot Johnson-Sea Link
Minisub was being brought to
Key West by the Sea Diver and
that the hatch on the sub's rear
compartment had not yet been
opened. The spokesman said he
did not know how it was
determined that the men were
dead.
"I assume the doctors had
declared them dead," the
spokesman added.
Maurer received word that
the men were dead about
1425GMT some 15 hours after
the submarine was freed from
the wreck of a destroyer that
trapped it in 351 feet of water.
The sub became ensnared 15
miles southeast of Key West
Sunday and was trapped for 48
hours.
100 p.c. FIT
Two men in the forward
chamber of the sub were
pronounced "100 per cent fit"
shortly after the craft was
freed. They were Robert Meek,
27, and Archibald Menzies, 30.
Rescue divers said the
minisub was tangled in cables
beneath the destroyer's mast.
The destroyer, they said, was
lying on its side with the mast
extending upward at an angle.
"It looks like spaghetti,"
said one of the divers, referring
to the mass of twisted cables
and other debris dangling from
the destroyer.
The four explorers aboard
the minisub Sea Link were
studying marine life for the
Smithsonian Institution of
Washington, D.C.
Stover, one of the two dead
men, was one of the divers in a
government attempt to recover
a U.S. hydrogen bomb off the
coast of Spain in 1966
following a B52 crash. A
midget submarine finally
discovered and helped recover
the bomb several months after
the accident.
PERRY'S CRAFT
That midget sub was similar
to the one with clawlike
mechanical arms being used to
free the Sea Link from its
underwater trap.
"If anyone could have saved
that sub (the Sea Link) and the
People aboard, it was Al
Stover," said John Perry,
President of Perry
Oceanographic* Corp., which
supplied the rescue midget sub.
"Stover should be on the
outside trying to help the
people inside."
Stover worked for Perry
from 1969 until two months
ago. He had a total of 13 years'
experience with submarines,
mostly in the field of design
safety.
Link and Staoer did not
respond to radio calls after
2:30 a.m. Monday and
breathing sounds in the
chamber were last heard about
six hours later, when it was
feared carbon dioxide had
reached tcxic levels.
Clayton Link is the son of
millionaire inventor Edwin A.
Link, 69, who is aboard Sea
Diver. Menzies served as the
minisub's pilot commander.
Stover is a submarine pilot and


veteran diver, and Meek is a
marine biologist.
The submarine crew
compartment consists of two
separate spheres. The front
sphere is clear acrylic plastic
and holds a pilot and observer.
The back sphere is aluminum
and has an air hatch which
allows divers to enter and
leave.
U.S. navy spokesmen said
pressure in the front sphere
rose only slightly and
decompreasios for its crewmen
was short. -But the rear sphere
was pressurized to the bottom
pressure of a-out 175 pounds
per square inch and
decompression from such
pressures often requires 24
hours.
"If you would have opened
that hatch, and assuming they
were alive, you would have
probably killed them," Bisbing
said, explaining the difference
between the internal pressure
and sea level pressure of 14.7
pounds per square inch would
"probably have blown them
right out of there."
"You've got to remember
the temperature in there was
40 degrees," Bisbing said.
"That would have brought
their metabolism way, way
down. Now that might have
been in their favour, because
they would have burned up less
-oxygen."
The submarine was raised
about two hours after the
salvage vessel Sea Probe arrived
on the scene 20 miles southeast
of Key West.
Six previous attempts by
Navy divers and another
midget sub to free the 21-foot
Johnson-Sea Link craft were
foiled

US. DOLLAR DRI

LOWS THROUGH
LONDON (AP)- The U.S. dollar
dropped sharply in European
markets Monday following
prediction that monetary troubles
over the weakening dollar bill will
continue for some time.
The American money set record
lows in Frankfurt and Paris, and the
British pound soared to its highest
level in relation to the dollar in
almost a year.
The Bank of International
Settlements, sometimes called the
bank for state banks, blamed the
economic policies of President
Nixon's administration for the
slicing of the dollar's value on
European exchanges.
The bank, based In Basel,
Switzerland, acts as agent for
governments and state banks in
certain international financial


WANTED


EXfIEEI EI IIRAIFEAlENl

FOR: NASSAU
APPLY:


18-20 PEMBROKE STREET,

PORT OF SPAIN,
TRINIDAD.


ii
m
-
'U
ii


I.



'4'


AQUARIUS BOUTIQUE

HALF PRICE


PANTS LONG DRESSES T-SHI RTS
JEWELLERY HAMMOCKS ETC.

SAT. JUNE 16 to SAT. JUNE 23


I CHARLOTTE .STREET "
CHARLOTTEE STREET


ROYAL MAL REGULAR FREIGHT THE PACIFIC STEAM
SERVICE FROM

LINES LIMITED U.K.TO NASSAU TO

For information contact th epntm

R.H.CURRY&to.,Ltd.
PHONE 2-8M83 2-.888 P. U. BOX N81 BAY STREET


SPACE WALK

TOAY TO

RETRIEVE FILM
SPACE CENTRE,
HOUSTON (AP)
Commander Charles Conrad
steps outside the orbiting
Skylab space station Tuesday
to retrieve six canisters of film
which may reveal many secrets
of the Sun.
During the three-hour space
walk, Conrad will exit from an
airlock hatch and climb a
seven-rung ladder to the top of
a telescope mount to remove
film cans and replace them
with a new supply.
Paul Weltz will assist in the
film transfer by standing in the
open hatch. Dr. Joseph Kerwin
will monitor from inside the
station. All three will wear
space suits.
The trio was nearing the etid
of its record 28-day mission,
with splashdown scheduled at
9:48 ajn. local (1348GMT)
Friday in the Pacific Ocean
828 miles southwest of San
Diego, California.
The astronauts completed
their extensive telescope
examination of the Sun on
Monday.
More extensive solar
astronomy experiments will be
conducted by the Skylab 2 and
3 crews who are to inhabit this
same station for 56 days each
starting in July and October.
There is a solar physicist of
each of these crews.
Dr. Robert Parker, chief
scientist for the mission,
summed up experiment results
for newsmen Monday night,
saying, "the astronauts have
done exceedingly well.
Considering the mission we've
had, we're exceedingly happy."
Despite problems early in
the flight, including a power
shortage and two days lost to
repair jobs, Parker said Conrad,
Kerwin and Weitz completed
81 percent of solar astronomy
experiments, 88 per cent of the
Earth resources studies, 90 per
cent of the medical tests and
between 80 and 100 per cent
of secondary experiments.


OPS TO NEW

UIT EUROPE
transactions. Its monthly meetings
frequently are used by government
ministers and central bankers to
discuss monetary developments.
in a gloomy 1972-1973 report,
the Bank said differences in
reforming the world monetary
system remain and predicted that it
will take years to hammer out
proper International Rules.
The bank also made what was
interpreted as a discreet allusion to
the Watergate scandal, saying: "The
sharp deterioration of the dollar his
been ascribed In part to political
developments in the United
States."
But, the report said. the major
cause of lack of confidence in the
dollar stemmed from Washington's
failure to buy up dollars on world
markets to support the rate,


.'.--%










Tuesday, June 19. 1973.


b r Bribunt
NuuUas AWmcOrM JURARE IN VERBA MAGIS r
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
S LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubUsher/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.,
PubUaher/Editor 1972. -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Tuesday, June 19, 1973.




The road to hell


By ETIENNE DUPUCH

I HAVE OFTEN REMINDED YOU in this column of three
speeches Prime Minister Pindling made early in his administration.
He said he would change the complexion of Bay Street.
He said that now that his group had political power they
must get economic control.
He said that the business community of Freeport must bend
to his will or he would break them.
These seemed crazy objectives in a country that is so
completely dependent on tourists and foreign capital to survive
and so most people felt that these wild utterances were merely
the effervescence of an inflated politician.
I believed him and prepared for the worst but other people
went right on refusing to recognize a threat in their midst.
It is a mistake ever to discount the threats of a dictator or a
would-be dictator. Such a person must produce sensation in order
to capture and hold the imagination of his brainless followers.
Despite all the talk about a serious rift between Mr. Pindling
and his Deputy Arthur Hanna ... it is my opinion that it is Mr.
Hanna who has been the hatchet man to carry out the policies
advanced by the Chief.
************
Mr. Hanna has succeeded in changing Bay Street but not its
complexion. Today it is rumoured that a large part of Bay Street
is backed by foreign interests branches of which are being
investigated by the SEC in Washington.
If enough pressure is brought on this "foreign empire" by the
S.E.C. to force a withdrawal of this money ... certain businesses, I
am told, might be placed in great jeopardy ... And the Bahamas
will be dealt a serious blow.
Certain big wigs in the PLP are certainly trying to seize money
wherever it can be found. Early in this administration it was
reported that they were determined to make some black
millionaires in the colony.
It takes a long time a life time, sometimes generations of
effort to accumulate great wealth.
-- But some of these people are in a hurry. As a result there are
charges of corruption on all sides.
This is suggested in debates on the floor of the House ... it is
discussed on public platforms ... on street corners ... and it is
alleged in letters in the press.
A charge of this kind is a serious thing and normally people are
cautious about voicing it in public but the lid is off in the
Bahamas. Unfortunately, the public conscience is so numbed if
not completely dead that any appeal to public indignation is
like a voice crying out in the wilderness.
In a recent public discussion in the Bahamas Teachers' College,
Oakes Field, a panel of five debaters condemned corruption in
high places in the colony.
One of the panelists, Berkley Pilgrim, listed many indefensible
actions of Government that would not go unchallenged in any
honest and enlightened country. But, despite a knowledge of
these facts, the Government was returned to power with a
smashing majority

Still the Government continues destructive policies that may
make a few black millionaires quickly while the great mass of
people are being inched daily nearer to the abyss of financial
chaos and ultimate destruction.
ili ik* ***


The newspapers carry stories about the criminal side of the
court but little about its civil side.
I was talking with a member of the Judiciary the other day and
he told me that the civil side of the court was swamped with
work.
Asked the reason he said that because of the uncertainty about
the future of the colony people were trying to get their money
-collected ... the private loan market is frozen, everybody is
.collecting.
This is an unhealthy trend for any community.
The other day someone asked me whether I cannot find
something ood to sav ahout the Government.
I do try. But what can I say?
f did commend Minister of Health Loftus Roker for the effort
-he is making to stop the leaks at the Princess Margaret Hospital. I
',.am told that the leakage in this one place alone amounts to over a
,'half million dollars.
I have made complimentary reference to Mrs. Pindling on more
than one occasion, in which I said that she was the Prime
, Minister's greatest asset
Without mentioning ,ames I feel I can pass on a comment
"made in a letter from a very highly placed friend of mine in
I London a few days ago who agrees with me.
"I like very much your article in the issue of March 24th," he
wrote. "In the same issue there were two pictures of Mrs. Pindling
-at Pindling's birthday party. That woman certainly has grace and
.dignity and I would judge that she has done far more good for the
Bahamas than any member of the Government. The difference
.:between her and the dreadful old trouts, wives of senior members
'of the various Councils with whom I had to make conversation on
occasion, is remarkable. I think a lot of what Pindling got away
with over here was due to her charm and personality."
I should be able to commend them for their education policy
but how can I when they are educating young people to expect
jobi that their harsh policies are destroying?
In spite of Mr. Pindling's harsh declarations of policy early in
his administration there was some evidence of a disposition for
Constructive action.
SOne of the first things the Government did on taking over the
country in 1967 was to engage an American firm of Economic
Consultants to study the colony's economy and make
;.recommendations for a policy to be adopted by the Government.
The Consultants made a sound report in which they pointed
out that if the growth of the economy was to be maintained it
would be necessary to have a small percentage of expatriates as a
permanent part of the community.


3htr Wribtnw


3
h ~


Reader shocked by Foulkes' article,


condemns priests for their silence


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I do not know how many
Bahamians were as shocked as I
was after reading Mr. Arthur
Foulkes' account of the Smith
family of lnagua which
appeared in Saturday's edition
of The Tribune. It sounded to
me like something that could
happen behind the Iron
Curtain but not in these
supposed-to-be peace loving
Bahama Islands.
Can anyone tell me what has
happened to our people? Have
they erased the word
compassion from their
vocabulary?
When one thinks that the
P.L.P. Government is
responsible for this type of
victimization, and when one
hears priests, yes even bishops,
asking God's blessing on these
men in this Government, then
one is inclined to ask are
these priests and bishops
serving the Government instead
of serving God? I think this
type of behaviour should be
soundly condemned from the
pulpits.
I have come to the
conclusion that God allowed
the P.LP. to take over to lead
the Bahamians straight to hell.
This rubbish about Pindling
being their Moses, and
the tenth of the month being
their lucky day, was meant to
confuse the emotions of the
majority of the Bahamian
people.
The tenth of the month, as
anyone knows who has read his
or her Bible, was significant for
God's chosen people, the Jews.
We are Gentiles. Isn't that
right, learned priests? I think it
is downright funny, when we
recall that the black man used
to charge that the white man
was victimizing him. Now we
have the black man doing the
same thing, only a little bit
worse, to his own colour.
Amazing, isn't it?
Mr. Harris Bethell's letter,
which appeared also in last
night's Tribune, stated in part
that the Abaco people do not
want to be ruled by a black
government. This is utter
nonsense. Didn't the Abaco
people that are against
independence vote for a black
man (Mr. Watkins), and I've
got news for Mr. Bethell. I was
born at Abaco, also. I was
against independence at the
beginning and I am against it
now and I, too, voted for a
black man (F.N.M.) in the last
election.
The truth of the matter is, as
I see it, its not the colour of
the men in Government, but its
the type of men that they are.
The majority of the black
people are still poor, and
independence is not going to
help them. If anything, it will
probably get worse. And the
privileged few don't give a
damn that the old people have
to get by on about 40 cents a
day in pension money, while
the Government is living off
the fat of the land.
Before I conclude, I would
like to comment on the
decision by the F.N.M. to
expel Mr. Watkins for his part
in the Abaco secessionist
movement. As everyone
knows, the F.N.M. campaigned
during the last election against
independence. And I


The Treasury paid a big fee for this advice ... which the
Government ignored. Had the advice of these experts been
followed there would be no flight of capital that has been going
on since 1970 when investors began to see the light. And
incompetent Bahamians wouldn't feel that they are entitled to
positions for which they are not qualified.
The Government acted very wisely in the beginning by
appointing an Economic Advisory Committee. Among its
members were men of international financial experience. The
purpose of this committee was to help the Government in shaping
a sound financial programme.
I am told that these men tried to help the Government but
their advice was ignored and I now understand that the able men
on the committee have resigned.

The Government is beginning to realize that the country is in
trouble and they are looking around desperately for an answer.
Building construction has collapsed ... the hotel business is
down ... quality tourists no longer come to the Bahamas and, as a
result, the ranks of the unemployed are growing steadily.
There are threats of strikes in the public utilities ... water
continues to be a problem and the House refused Mr. Norman
Solomon a committee to investigate the trouble a gross
discourtesy because the Minister of Works Simeon Bowe,
whose experience before being elected to the House was in the
warehouse of BOAC apparently feels that he knows how to
handle a situation that daily grows steadily worse.
The Government is trying to find an answer to these questions.
I can give them the answer in a few words. It is that,
unfortunately, the country is inflicted with a Government that a
majority of the voters deserve.
********** *4** *
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
We are dropping down the ladder rung by rung.
KIPLING

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
ANONYMOUS
**** *** *


That we, with Thee, may walk uncowed
By fear or favour of the crowd.


- KIPLING


bag. You know what I mean?
Anything produced in the
Bahamas is not as good as the
imported stuff like
Bahamian-produced foods; for
instance, canned peas, okras,
tomatoes and paste, meats just
to name a few (and you know
there is more) of our food
stuff. Sodas, Bacardi rum,
post-cards, paintings, our local
seamstresses and tailors, who
are among the best you can
find anywhere. Let us
encourage our farmers by
buying their products and all
do the same thing to our other
local products so we can cut
down on our imports and most
important we will be helping to
cut down on prices which are
so high today.
Lastly, let us take much,
much more pride in our work.
Let us not fool around on the
job. Give good service and in
return we will be better treated
by our employers. You know
exactly what I mean.
ALFRED JOHNSON
P.O. Box N-3486 Nassau.


GROUND-BREAKING FOR NEW CHURCH
"WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE" was sung by the Choir of Holy Trinity
under the tent where services are being held. On Sunday, ground-breaking ceremonies for
the construction of the church, located at Stapledon Gardens, were conducted by Bishop
Michael Eldon, Bishop of Nassau and the Bahamas. During the ceremonies, 20 Holy
Trinity students were confirmed. Pictured above conducting the ground breaking
ceremonies are Bishop Michael Eldon and Father Bowleg. June 18, 1973.
PHOTOGRAPH: Howard Glass


By The Associated Press
TODAY is TUESDAY, JUNE
19th, the 170th day of 1973. There
are 195 days left in the
year.
HIGHLIGHT in history on this


date:
1972 Airliner pilots stage
international strike to protest
hijackings.
1970 Soyuz 9 lands in Soviet
Kazakhstan, setting the record for
the longest manned space night at
17 days, 16 hours, 59 minutes.
1967 Egypt's President Gamal


DOES


Abdel Nasser names a new Cabinet,
with himself as Premier, in a
government shakeup following
Egyptian defeat in the six-day war
with Israel.
1965 Algerian President Ben
Bella is deposed, and Houari
Boumedienne assumes control of
Revolutionary Council.
1964 Congolese rebels take
Albertville.
1962 U.S. Secretary of State
Dean Rusk meets French President
Charles de Gaulle in Paris over U.S.
and French differences regarding


nuclear tactics in the Atlantic
Alliance.
1958 Britain announces plan
for Cyprus, seeking cooperation of
Greek and Turkish governments in
the island's administration.
1953 Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg are executed in U.S.
after conviction as Soviet atomic
spies.
1944 U.S. forces take Saipan
Island in the Pacific from the
Japanese during World War 11.
1933 The. Nazi Party in
Austria is dissolved


MONtY


A IOLt IN YOUR


OUCKT ?



POCKtT5 ?


BlA
Inernationa


PUT


OUT


TWE


VIRt


BARCLAY5 5AVIWGS


WI17U


A


ACCOUNT


EDITOR The Tribune,
With just a few more weeks
to go before an independent
nation, hopingto to take our
stand like other great nations
in an unstable world, we are
preparing ourselves for that
day that hour of the day, that
hour of change.
Let us remember to say a
little prayer to the Almighty,
begging Him to guard over us,
and our Leaders, so that they
will, I repeat, will lead us into
nationhood with God as their
Commanding Officer. We can
all pray, if only to say, "Dear
God, please help and bless and
guard over our independent
nation, and protect us from
any outside harm, and may we
work, play, pray and act as if
we really are our brother's
keeper". Amen.
Now, to the young
Bahamians. This country is
yours. It belongs to you. One
day you will be taking it over
from your elder brothers and
sisters. Are you preparing
yourselves for the takeover
when the time is right by
watching and learning from the
mistakes of your brothers and
sisters? Let them build the
roads and you will be able to
widen them, lay the
foundations and you will be
able to build upon them. Now,
this can only be done with
your help. You must help them
to start all these things while
you prepare yourselves, by
working with them.
You may ask, "How can I
work with them?" I'll say by
abiding by the laws of the land,
and of God. Do not envy your
brothers. Help those in need
(the poor). Protect your
country, keep it clean, be extra
nice and courteous to our
visitors and they will come
back. Lastly be honest with
our employers.
To the elder Bahamians, we
must take more pride in our
customs and cultures. As
Bahamians, get out that old








Uthe UtMrihntTe~ ,Jne1,17


I
@,


SPECIALS


U p


^^~ME'S HGH /~ ^ ^ ~ "^

STYLE

-SHES
UP TO

VW0Of


Madeira Shopping/Bay St. next to John Bull,


JUST ARRIVED!


NEW STYLES


MEN'S POLYESTER BUSH JACKETS
MEN'S POLYESTER SHIRTS
Long and Short Sleeves
MEN'S POLYESTER TIES
MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS

EDDIE'S DEPT. STORE
EAST OF STOP-N-SHOP BAY STREET PHONE 22246


"THE YOUNG MISS"
MARKET STREET NEAR BAY STREET
"A NAME NEWLYWEDS TRUST"
-,' EXTRA SPECIALS
"p- FOR THE JUNE'1BRIDE
,/ // [ Bridal Gowns
S/f [ *l. Bride's Maid Gowns
/ /* Flower Girl Gowns
Page Boy Suits
1Z / o Suits for the Groom,
Sest Man and
/./ -f II ] Groom's Men. ,
LATEST STYLES AT
SETTER PRICES!
ALL THIS AND MORE
AT "THE YOUNG MISS"


E



SPECIAL
N PURCHASi
AUTO


Rosetta St. Tel. 2-8857


FORSAVWOS,SHOP AT
aonaris KUIIE KD
DR. ESFAKIS BUILDING MARKET STREET


Polyester Suits sizes 3.18 in
assorted styles and colours
* Girls' Cinderell Dresses -
sizes 3-14
* Girls' Pant Sets & Polyester
Pants siz 3.14
* Boys' Polyesters Pants -
Assorted Colours Sizes 4-18
* 1Boys' & Girls' Italian &
Engllsh Shoes Assrtld colours
& stylMs.
* Boys' & Girls' Italian Sandals
Assrted styles & sizes


sI P sm Mmss Mauser ToM

New Arrivals
Mes Co" I Open Net SiAM s mand Long Sleeve
P"ywer Strts In beautiful Prints

,UTE oP $10.00
..l.' ,o'm* oorh
oTirof-.8HOP


THEE SHO SMiRATIN I

CLUNKY SHOES, WORKING SHOES, SANDALS,
SPORTSWEAR CLOGS AND STRAW CLOGS WITH
MATCHING HANDBAUS.
NEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES SPORTWEAR
AND CHILDREN SPORTWEAR -
MENS SHIRTS AND SHOES -
NEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES DRESSES
AND BLOUSES

Shop IXIE'S...Where else
OPPOSITE STOP-N-SHOP


I I -


Johnlms Department Store
ELIZABETH AVENUE


OUR LATEST ARRIVALS!
LADIES
100% Polyester Sults Grainy Square Tops 2 Solid Pants
Fancy Tops Printed with Solid Pants also Solid Colours
Knitted Tops Specially Designed for Summer Wear
A BUSH DRESSES
& JACKETS 100% Polyester


FOR MEN
Bush Jackets, Pants 100% Polyester


OUR USUAL LARGE SELECTION OF
LADIES'SHOES


1 5


50% OFF
...on ..
ALMOST ENTIRE STOCK
OF
SHOES SANDALS DRESSES SLACKS -
PANT SUITS
HANDBAGS and FORMALS

Qvs' Boutique
BAY ST., NEXT TO LUMS PH: 2-3281


IT A NOllE UN EVERY TOE
I I iA lAm tIMff rPUT


THE VVAAFROBE
Star Plaza, Mackey Street Phone 5-5599


I~I~t


John's Dept. Store
ELIZABETH AVENUE


LADIES' BOOTS-
in various colours
Umited amount
just arrived $3.00
ONE TO EACH CUSTOMER.
DEAL FOR MARCHING


New Swmnwear
by


Six of London


Seventeen Shop
By Street


_______________________________I i I


COME TO THE
BAHAMAS MENTAL ASSOCIATION FUND
RAISING MATINEE DANCE at the Blue Hill Golf
Club Saturday 23rd June 1973
Prizes Prizes and More Prizes
You have heard about the tickets for two to Disneyland for
the child selling the most tickets Now hear this ................
DOOR PRIZES Based on Attendance Figures
Attendance Figures Door Prizes for Adults
Teens and pre-Teens
250 Gift r(ctificate value B$25.00
251 350 Gift Certificate value B$50.00
351 450 Gift Certificate value BS75.00
Over 450 Gift Certificate value B$ 100.00


These gift certificates are redeemable in merchandise at any
store or business in the Bahamas.
This Space Donated by THE PARISIAN
Bay St. & Elizabeth A ve.

U CHAMPION
I SPORTS LAND
"The Home of Champions"
SA DAZZLING LINE OF
BI LADIES' POLYESTER
i1 ,I.- TENNIS DRESSES.


-,THE MOD LOOK IN MEN'S
*' TENNIS WEAR,


MANY MORE
TENNIS ACCESSORY


BlmEiHSPRTSLAhD
Mackey Street Phone 2.1862

CUSHION SALE
ll$2.0o


MlE [ITERIRS
Madeira Shopping Centre
Palmdale
PHONE 5-9934
EITESiif I URl FAMI'S NA SAL
TO SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD.
GIVE HIM CUFF LINKS
OR A WATCH AT 20% DISCOUNT


and while you are getting that Watce
Treat yourself to arlili
uWUFmm 'BERNADETTE'S
STAR PLAZA MACKEY STREET
TELEPHONE 62M


JUST ARRIVED r


I-lieS i
CHILDREN'S sizes 2 -12
ADULTS 'I
sizes Small to X.Large
INDEPENDENCE
PRINT SHIRTS
Adults' sizes Small to Large
INDEPENDENCE FABRIC
BY THE YARD


SWULFF RD. r. MACKEY ST.
i i l l l l TEL 2-8908
n BOPEN TILL 7 pm. WEEKDAYS
M-- ARm Sw..ATURnAvo


VMVTAR
VIVITAR ZOOM LENS 90-230 FOR ALL SLR
CAMERAS. Regular Price $179.60
This week's SPECIAL PRICE of 129:50
COMPLETE with Case & Skylight Filter.



BAY STREET


7-/


. J'


BAY STREET'S NEWEST DEPARTMENT STORE


Tuesday, Jurne 19,1973.


t ilE Edity


A










he (Drtbunp


By Abigail Van Buren
0 191 i W CiMC TMoMe-N. Y. News Syms., Ie.
DEAR ABBY: I am nearly 17, and have two kids.
Thy are both by Willie, who is 19. He's in the Army now.
re not married because my mom wouldn't sign for me.
When I got pregnant the first time Willie wanted to marry
me, but I was only 15, and Mom said I was too young. She
said the same thing when I got pregnant the second time.
I work as a waitress, and I live with Mom. She's
practically raising my kids. Once in a while I go out with a
guy Just to get away from the house so my mom made me
go on the pill. I guess she doesn't trust me. She stands
right there and says she wants to SEE me take it every
morning. She says as long as I'm living with her she
doesn't want any spore kids to raise. This really bugs me.
:How can I get my mom to sign for me when Willie
comes home in two months? WILLIE'S GIRL
DEAR GIRL: You can't Walt until you are of age.
Then if you and Willie still want to marry, you won't need
anybody's permission.
DEAR ABBY: I have been a lonesome widower for a
year. Three months ago I ran into a nice widow I had
kntwn in school 40 years ago. We are very much infatuated
with each other.
The complications are: She has an ideal home in a
large town. My home has fewer conveniences and is in a
smaller town.
'Each wishes the other to come to their home to live.
What is the custom or general practice? PERPLEXED
-DEAR PERPLEXED: There Js no "rule" concerning
which house you should live In. Talk it over between you
and decide where you will BOTH be happiest. If she
refuses to move, then It's up to you to decide whether you
weld be happier without her In your own home, or WITH
beria hers.
-DEAR ABBY: My husband recently died of a heart
attack. He was in his 50s and was in good health until his
death.
His brothers and sisters are all furious with me be-
cause I didn't notify them of his death until after he was
buried. [They all live out of the state.]
When I phoned each one, they said: "Why didn't you
CALL me? I would have come in for the funeral!" They
feet that I cheated them out of paying their last respects to
their brother.
Abby, this bunch are all very well-heeled financially;
they are constantly traveling all over the world. In the last
five years ALL of them have flown right over our town on
their way to some exotic vacation spots, and they have
never stopped to see us. We wrote, phoned, and begged
them to visit us, but none of them had the time.
When my husband died I decided that since his family
didn't think enough of him to visit him once while he was
aluvp, I didn't feel like entertaining them at his funeral.
Bitterness on my part? You bet! I know how my huusad's
health ached when they didn't stop.
Print this. It may give other thoughtless, selfish rela-
tives a jolt. It's later than they think. PASSED UP
DEAR ABBY: About a year or so ago you came out
with the statement that homosexuals are NOT sick. Please
try to find it, and run it again. This is important to me.
Thank you. DAILY READER IN S. F.
DEAR READER: Homosexuality js NOT a "sickness."
There are homosexuals who live socially well-adjusted, dis-
creet, personally happy lives, whose homosexuality would
cone as a surprise to many of their close heterosexual
friends.
'the fact that homosexuality is morally condemned by
manost people in our culture makes it seem abnormal. In
other times and in other cultures It has not always been so
judged.
Much of the maladjustment seen in homosexuals is due
to the rejection, persecution and guilt imposed upon them
by an Intolerant and unenlightened society.
One who labels al homosexuals as sick does a grave
disservice to a large segment of our population.
DEAR ABBY: I have a very good job as a secretary,
and my problem is a husband who likes to phone me twice
a day just to talk-about nothing. Maybe there is something
wrong with me, but I would prefer that he didn't call me at
work unless there was some reason for it.
I have never been told it was against the rules, but I
get very uneasy hanging on the phone listening to his
pointless chitchat. I have asked him not to call me just to
talk but he does anyway, and I have a terrible time getting
off the phone.
I just this minute got off the phone with him, after
cutting him very short saying I was in the middle of some-
thing important, so be called me right,back to finish a long-
drawnout, boring story, so I cut him short again.
I offered to quit my job so I could stay home and talk
to him whenever he wants for as long as he wants but he
didn't like the idea.
How should I handle this? I am very upset.
BUGGED IN THE BRONX


DEAR BUGGED: How old is your husband? He sounds
like a pestiferous little boy. Tell him his calls are upsetting
you and to please cease and desist. And If he calls you
anyway, keep cutting him shorter and shorter until he gets
the message.
DEAR ABBY: Yesterday I received a nasty letter from
my mother. She tore me apart because I forgot to send my
father a card or some kind of remembrance on his birth-
dayL (It skipped my mind until the next day, so I called up
to apologize.] My father seemed to understand, but my
mother was furious. Now comes, this letter telling me I'm a
thoughtless, ungrateful, selfish kid and she'd never forgive
me.
Abby, I felt Just terrible. I havewbeen supporting myself
for nearly a year. I live 200 miles from home and have a
very good paying job for a kid my age [I'm 19]. My folks
were always so proud of me-until now.
When I got mom's letter I dashed off one to her saying
if that's the way she felt about me I would get out of her
life. Now I'm sorry I sent it.
Do you think she'll forgive me? What should I do now?
FEELING LOW
DEAR FEELING: Of course she'll forgive yeo. Write
her again and tell her that you wrote that letter before you
had a chance to cool eft. She'll understand. You probably
laherited your hot temper from her.
DEAR ABBY: To the poor woman whose husband
forces his harmonica playing on everyone even theo he can't
ple: Make a tape recording of one of his performances.
He might realize how awful he is when it's played back to


She wants to marry but mother won't sign


him privately.
This also works for teeth-clickers, snorers, ahem-ers,
cursors, etc. I nevah believed I had a su'then accent until I
heard mahself on tape. GOODY TWO SHOES
DEAR ABBY: How can you tell if a man is a
homosexual? My husband's partner [they are CPA's] hired
a male secretary. What kind of man would hire a male
secretary? And what kind of man would BE a secretary?
My husband's partner is a married man and he doesn't
seem "faggy," but I've heard that sometimes this doesn't


4'


No. 0519 29


AS T


No. V4003


10% DISCOUNT


No.1136


The Best Cleaner
for All Carpets
3-Poutimo Rug Adjustment
for maximum efficiency
on "Low" Pile, "Normal"
and "Shag" carpeting.
TripIe-Action Cleanilg "It
Beats. As it Sweeps, As It
Cleans".

PRICE 134!s5

LESS 10%


mean anything.
Should I make an issue of this?
I'd like an answer, but please don't use my name.
ANONYMOUS
DEAR ANONYMOUS: You can't tell If a man is a homo-
sexual from his appearance, but If you really think it's
your business, why don't you ask him? Homosexuals as a
group are honest.
All kinds of men hire male secretaries. And no "special"
bad of man pursues secretarial work any more than any


special kind of woman does.
And don't make an Issue of it. A man who is bri
enough to be a CPA can take care of himself.
CONFIDENTIAL TO "BEEN THERE WTH CONTA
LENSES": Brother removed Ids cotaet les at the dim
table in order to bug Sister, who was extremely squeam
about such things. Had he removed it at the table becas
he had an eyelash, air bubble, or foreign matter under
lens. I'd have said: "Take It out," and nuts to 'itter.
Hate to write letho s Seed $1 to AbbyI, ex WaI,. L
Angeles. Cal. win. for AMy's *hse&et "How st Wr
Letters fwr AN Oneensies."


DURING OUR ANNUAL

HOOVER WEEK ALL LISTED ITEMS


10% TO 15% OFF CASH SALES ONLI


I I


FLOOR -A-

MATIC
CLEANER


TURBO ACTION
AGITATION
e HOOVERMATIC

WASHER

WITH THE PURCHASE
OF EACH MACHINE

2 FREE BOXES OF TIDE

PLUS 10% DISCOUNT


HEAVY DUTY
COMMERCIAL

CLEANER



No.913 A


PORTABLE

SUMLME
CANNISTER

CLEANER
WITH TOOLS


POLISHER
AND

SCRUBBER

PT. OF FLOORWAX
FREE
WITH PURCHASE
OF MACHINE



Multi-Purpose Brushes


10%


OFF


Felt Buffing Pads

PRICE

7460


10%


OFFt


FREE
1 QUART C
SHAMPO(
WITH
PURCHASE
PRICE
$ 115H


No 5158


"-'#


2"^


No.2048


MAURA LUMBER COMPANY LTD.
P. O. BOX 8177 NASSAU. BAHAMAS
TELEPHONE 24001-24101


Tuly, June 19, 1973.


a
I
a



a
a
I


I


a
S

a
I
a
S
U
a
a
I
* 5

a
S
S
-I
S
B








B.
S.
5,
'~. I
"I
Si
I.
S.
a'
5'


10% OFF


^0 vACR


" M Jv f i&


5

gtA

cir
me
fa
















)F
Ds
a

































hE
FF


'j' R

MRO


*i vf)'400


*78!5










____z _____________ -ISkiit artisnt fi .__


TSkN-tld ahidi ,,, f w

"E o nidd. w
tia. GIuMW youn. L.ow -. Phon
of W Ow ke mnami hm t dw new4.


BaTelCo invites building contractors to
submit tenders for the construction of a single
storey Central Office Building (Approximately
1500 sq.ft.) and a Power House Building
(Approximately 350 sq.ft.) at Harbour Island,
Eleuthera.

Copies of contract doucments including
drawings and specifications may be collected
from Engineering Office, Chase Manhattan
Building, Oakes Field, Nassau or Station
Manager, Harbour Island, Eleuthera.


Sealed tenders or written
shoult'ftent to the General
P. 0. Box N-3048, Nassau so
than June 29, 1973.


13th. June, 1973.


inability to tender
Manager, BaTelCo,
as to arrive no later


LeROY G. BAILEY, 37, has been inted vie prese t of
Prince Hotels Bdhanes "In a m6e dtiimd to ,1atrulew
Princes hotel operations in Freeport. Grad %ham Mind,"
Water Sommer. aor vice president of Prince oe
IntenmatioAl, sod today.


LeROY G. BAILEY


ARRIVED TODAY:
Emerald Seas, Bahama Star,
Flavia from Miami; Queen
Anna Maria from Norfolk,
Virginia; Tropic Day from West
Palm Beach; Oceanic,
Rotterdam from New York
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Day for West Palm Beach.
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Freeport II from Miami
SAILING TOMORROW:
Freeport 11 for Freeport
TIDES


High
p.m.
Low
p.m.


Select the FAN


of yourchoice


FROM 12.OOUP


9:54 a.m. and 10:04

3:45 a.m. and 3:45


Wum MOOThQ


111 IralyStrb
Phon2-e8041/5


Box N4806


Appointment is subject to
approval by the Bahamas
Immigration authorities.
In assuming his duties, Mr.
Bailey, who replaces Charles
Schlakman, also was appointed
to the general manager's
position at the King's Inn and
Golf Club, one of three
Princess hotels on the resort
island, Mr. Summer said. The
two other PHI hotels on Grand
Bahama Island are the Xanadu
Princess and International
hotels.
Mr. Bailey comes to Princess
hotels after serving for one
year as vice president and
managing director of the
Sonesta Beach Hotel and Golf
Club in Nassau. Before that, he
was the managing director of
Loew's Paradise Island Hotel
and Villas from January 1970
until July 1972. From 1968
until 1970, Mr. Bailey was
associated with the
Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami
Beach.
According to Mr. Sommer,

Addisos Cooper,


"Roy Bailey brings with him
an excellent set of credentials
that we feel will augr well is
the future operations of
Princess Hotels on Grand
Bahama Island."
In operating the King's Ins,
Mr. Bailey wil supervise as
800-room hotel that was
acquired by PHI in April of
this year. The hotel's facilities
include numerous spacious
banquet and meeting facilities,
a number of fashionable
restaurants, and a lavish
swimming pool. The hotel also
boasts 36 holes of
championship golf and six
tennis courts.
As vice president of Princess
Hotels, Bahamas, Mr. Bailey
will supervise the operations of
all the Freeport Princess
properties.
"Each of the Princess hotels
on Grand Bahama Island is
unique," Mr. Bailey said,
adding, "I'm looking forward
to working with PHI and feel
the association will be equally
beneficial."

Ba uInfl.ian


Come this weekend

to see how a new

way of life begins at

Yamaeraw Beaech.


student leader in States


IN JANUARY, Addison M.
Cooper was sworn into the
office as President of the
Student Government at
Miami-Dade Community
College, North Campus, in
Miami, Hlonda.
This was only the topping of
the many activities Cooper has
been involved in.
Cooper, the son of Mrs.
Emma Cooper and the late
Addison Cooper Sr. of South
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera, first
became involved in campus
activities when he was elected
vice president of the Bahamas
Student Association, of which
he has been a member since
1970. After his election,
Cooper and other members of
BSA (Bahamian Student
Association) thought it would
be beneficial for th&e/
organization to have
representation in a, stronger'
force on campus -- The
Student Senate. Cooper along
with Rome Itilia Johnson was
elected senators.
"John Rolle (current BSA
President) contributed a lot of
moral support to the senate's
race and many of the:
accomplishments must be
attributed to him," said
Cooper.
After four weeks of
representing the Bahamian and
international students as a
senator, Cooper was elected to
the office of vice president of
the Senate, a position he held
.for approximately three weeks.


ADDISON M. COOPER
After the untimely death of
Senate president Joyce
Sqmmnerset, Cooper became
president of the Senate.
At the beginning of the
winter semester, upon the
resignation of President Ron
Tennant, Cooper became
president of 19,000 students
making him the second black
and the first international
student to hold that position.
WEATHER
Wind: South-easterly 8 to 12
m.p.h.
Weather: Variable
cloudiness, isolated showers
likely.
Sea: Smooth to alight.
Temp: Min. tonight 74.
Max. tomorrow 88
A BUE BLANKET IS GREAT BUT...


10T: ALL ADVERTISERS


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

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

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

DISTRIBUTION expected 25,000 to 30,000 throughout the Bahamas and
the World.
DEADLINE for receiving insertion orders and copy ... June 25 1973.


REAL SECURITY
ISA

24 HOUR CENTRAL SFATION
SURVEILLANCE AND
SERVICE FOR COMPLETE
BURGLAR AND FIRE
PROTECTION FOR YOUR
sMe FoICeS -WANoUSa M W

~ A R
,Vtl--* ALA"M UYUN LTD.-
3 vva... ain


1. Large lots'

2. No interest rates


3. YOU can build right aw


All this adds up to a home in Nassa
finest future residential area. You n
the land first (70x100') for only
- _ -# A a M. -


deposit). And the best of


Beach is still available. Only about
per cent has gone so far but now we


advertising


you will have to


quickly to catch the best lot. Yamacr
gives you larger land for less mon
Absolutely no interest rates on
stallments, representing a saving
$1,200 and more and you can bi
whenever you want to afford it.


Come to Yamacraw


Beach t


weekend. We'll all be there to greet,
- sunrise to sunset, Saturday
Sunday. AND ON WEEKDAYS FRC
p.m. to dark.


For further information call or write:

H. R. "RUSTY" BETHEL, Adv./Mgr.


2-2768


JOHN B. CASH, ANt./Adv./Mgr.
S2-1986
P. 0. Box N3207 Nassau


Rsrve SpeeSc Early II


I


Yu.mcrsw Beesh



MORLEY and O0RIEN

24e/3027
r er model home

41141


*UN,


LeRoy Bailey takes over KiN'smIn from


Schlakman, heads IrincessIHotels tHrr


DiAN mSa i


m m


in


in


Yamacr


m


-- --q w


NEM Mu w'I


ComP0Affloom


t .

-

















































eed

raw
t 25




ley.
in-
of


*his


you
eeand

M25






md
)M 2


o


- -mm














Nassau students

visit Freeport

A GROUP OF STUDENTS
from the A. F. Adderley High
School in Nassau are shown
(at left) during their recent
visit to Freeport. During the
visit they toured the famed
International Bazaar and saw
many of the attractions of
Bahamas' second city. The
students and their teachers
stayed at the King's Inn &
Golf Club.
They are shown with
Donald Archer, back row
standing, Director of
Convention Services at the
hotel Teachers
accompanying the students
and two children, included,
Ms. Sandra Illingsworth,
standing at right, Ms. Eleanor
Reilly second from right and
Ms. C. Minerva Johnson at
right.


CL11IElI Iill11 AIIl iI
with a difference -
APARTMENTS BY THE DAY !
S34 chain, fully
e W ipped 1-2-3 room
e*Cten *f our
Sown except beach or
Vthe bmeftifl pm nd
I ut| pool am.. AN with hotel
type maid gMvie,.
Ii| 1 ktchidr air-conditilonag.
I J Supermaret., stores,
rostaurwnts a 3 minute
w* *away. Fre parkl
local calls, ma service.
etc.
The prct p- a for yrew vidtsm imi @ aodateh. eels,.
frn. Daily and weekly summer rate now.
HOTEL CABLE BEACH MANOR,. P. O. Box N263. Nassu.
Mrs. Joan Mayson, manager, Mrs. Sandra Eneas, ass t. manager,
Mrs. Cleomi Smith, receptionist.
Call 7-7785 0r-84 now!










Tuesday. June 19, 1973.


B&HaM&S



GOOMBAY



SUMMER'75


June 3rd to Sept. 9th.


FolkloreShow at


GHS Thursday

THE STAGE OF BAHAMIA HALL in the Government High
School is all set for the second in the series of folklore shows for
the Bahamas Goombay Summer '73.


ROYAL VIC BANDSTAND
CONCERT FOR FATHERS: A choral concert was held
on Sunday, Father's Day, in the grounds of the Royal
Victoria Hotel from the newly-constructed band stand in



Reached the end of your roll...
With the high cost of commercial
photography?

Try TOOGOODS. Quick, reliable service at
a special rate to the professional customers.


on the waterfront at East
Bay & William Streets.
TELEPHONE 5-4641


the grounds. As a part of Goombay Summer the Royal
Bahamas Police Band will perform in concert on the last
Sunday of each month. The band's first performance is
scheduled for June 24. Other Sunday concerts will feature
song fests, gospel singing, youth band concerts and
dramatic productions. Each of these events will take place
in the newly-renovated Royal Victoria Gardens. The
Goombay Sunday activities include the "take a visitor to
church" campaign and cricket matches from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
at Haynes Oval at Fort Charlotte.
PHOTO: Toogood's Photography


Curtain time Thursday is 9
p.m. and the hourlong
performance will include dance
acts by the New Breed
Dancers, singing by the
Lucayan Chorale and a group
of entertainers who will
perform an old Bahamian
dance form known as "The
Quadrille." Other notable
performers will include
soprano Kayla Lockhart
Edwards, Pandora Gibson and
Nathaniel Small.
Artistic director and
choreographer for the show is
Alex Zybine. Clement Bethel,
well known musician, is
musical director.
The first portion of the
show depicts a plantation
scene, showing the arrival of
black slaves into the Bahamas
and the suppression of their
culture by the colonials.
The second number isl
entitled "Obeah Baby" and
contains a great deal of the
magic and mystery that
Bahamians associate with that
devilish practice. An exciting
feature of this number is a
ritual dance between a six foot
snake and a man. The reptile is
used to symbolize the presence


Open daily until 6 p.m. and on Sunday afternoons from 2. 5


RODGERS SPORT SHOP
TEAM & SCHOOL OUTFiTS


e TROPHIES
* BASEBALL
* VOLLEYBALL
* CLOTHING
* SQUASH, TENNIS,


* UNDERWATER
* SOFTBALL
* BADMINTON
* ARCHERY
SHUFFLEBOARD


RACQUET STRINGING
OPEN 8:30 -5:30 MON. THRU. SAT.

12-4185
EAST BAY ST. P. O. BOX N7657
Use This Coupon for 10% Discount

'GOODUNTIL

22 d. JUNE 19731 W
A-AI


GETTING THE
GOOMBAY DANCERS
decked out in colourful
costumes can be seen every
week on Bay Street. They are
dancing in the streets at
nights and sometimes they
even turn up quite


Ladies-Enjoy Life-Get Out of the Laundry with




CLOTHES WASHER


Fully Automatic
Positive Fill
I Filter Flo Wash
Available in Colours
Permanent Press I
Model No. WWA 54001' 1
$345.00 I
Model No. WWA 8.o301

Customer Care ... '
Service Everywhere
Good Service
Another Reason
Why G.E. is R MA
I America's No. 1 SERVICE MAN
I Major Appliances Value /
im me mm mm mm
(kW AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE MAJOR APPLIANCE VALUE

GEOFFREY JONES & CO., LTD.
Cr. Rosetta & Montgomery Sts. Phone 2-2188-9


GOOMBAY SPIRIT
unexpectedly at poolside
cocktail parties.
This was the case
recently when 400 travel
agents from the United States
and Canada wound up their
Goombay Summer week in
Nassau with a gala party at
the Britannia Beach Hotel on
Paradise Island.
The Nassau sojourn was
followed by a similar trip to
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Left to right are: the Hon.
Clement T. Maynard, Minister
of Tourism; Claretta B. Bonds
of Lincoln-Douglass Travel
Inc; Betty Cothern of Gary
Wheaton Bank, Wheaton, III.;
Betty Barnabee of Winnetka
Travel, III. and Stu Hail,
Manager of Bahama Islands
Tourist Office in New York.
Ceitral Siroe

hest golf toursey


CI.NTiAL Garage will sponsor
the sixth annual Bahamas Amateur
Golf Club tournament which gets
underway Saturday June 23 at the
Sonesta Beach Golf Club.
Slated to stait at 8:30 a.m. the
tourney will include visiting
players. Three divisions make up
the card for the sixth annual
competition: in the men's section:
First G(ross (0-15). (1. 2. 3 Gross).
(1, 2. 3 Net) (16 and up) 1, 2. 3
Gross). I, 2. 3. 4 Net); In the ladies
section: First and Second GrinMs (I,
2. 3 Net): In the junior's division:
First and Second Gross (I, 2, 3
Net);
Prizes for the flight tournament
will be presented by Mr. Aaron H.
(KIki) Knowles. managing director
of Central Garage Limited.


of the snake god Dambala. A
wake scene, rounded off with a
funeral procession, completes
the number.
The closing section of the
programme gives the audience
a picture of the revelry that
will accompany the
Independence celebrations,
This number also traces the
various stages of Bahamian
history leading to
Independence.


minute rush have your
favourite party dress or suit
freshened up now for the
Independence festivities.
SEVENTEEN SHOP Go and
see Seventeen's beautiful
selection of short dresses all
at $17.95. Slacksuits, Slacks
and Halter Tops by Florence
White, White Blazers with
matching pastel colour or
Plaid Slacks by Mr. Pants.
CARLA'S FABRICS For the
hard to fit, or just to be
exclusive, pay us a visit. The
very latest in faorics & hats.
Wedding Groups welcomed!


RODGERS SPORT SHOP -
TEAM & SCHOOL
OUTFITS Use coupon for
10% discount, Good until
22nd June 1973. On


trophies, baseball, volleyball,
clothing squash, tennis,
shuffleboard, racquet
stringing, underwater
equipment, softball,
badminton, archery. _
ORALEE'S FASHIONS ,-
Goombay Fashion j
arrived the latest in: haltg o
tops blouses, also a variety
of matching pants suits and *.
pants.oV &
SANDY'S Boy's polyes w
suits half price, sizes 2-7,-
boy's short denim pants
were S3.98 now $2.50 sizes*
3-7. Men's polyester pantst
were $16.00 now $12.0K
Girl's socks 40c and S&c. .
Hand Towels were $1.00 & ;
$2.00 now 50c & $1.00. Al
sizes scatter rugs 20% off.
*L a


GOOMBAY SPECIAL


Whirlpool
AIR-CONDITIONERS
9,000 B.T.U.'s
ONLY



MASTER TECHNICIANS


HELEN DEAN SAYS...
You know, there's going to be so much
excitement in the air next month, that you just
might forget to have your favourite party dress
or suit freshened up for the Independence
festivities.
Don't wait for the last minute rush! Have them
dry-cleaned now!
Why not bring them to me, at Oriental on
Mackey & Madeira Sts., for that personal
attention!




PHONE 2-4406-7.8 S/S or 2-2352 M/S





oombay Specials


This W.0kuJdt at


PALMDALE SHOPPING PLAZA


BOYS' POLYESTER SUITS 2 to 7's


% PRICE


BOYS' SHORT DENIM PANTS 3 to 7 were $3.98
NOW $2.50
MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS were $16.00
NOW $12.00
GIRLS' SOCKS 40c AND 50c
HAND TOWELS were $1.00 & $2.00 NOW 50c & $1
ALL SIZES SCATTER RUGS 20% OFF


*m --m -a OPEN: Friday all day 'til 7:00 p.m. And Saturdays 'til 8:30 p.mr

5m


Come see our beautiful selection of


Short Dresses, alat 1Z795, Slacksuits,


Slacksand Halter Tops by Florence White,



White Blazers with matchkg pastel colour or


PlaidSlacks by Mr. Pants


on/y at Seventeen


Seventeen Shop
on Bay


4





4
-uP


-'3-*1


THE ASSOCIATES Ready
for Independence
Decorations: Draperies -
500 patterns in stock
Carpet 25 rolls in stock
Lamps at special low
prices
MASTER TECHNICIANS -
Whirlpool 9000 B.T.U.
Airconditioners, Goombay
sale price $306.000.
GEOFFREY JONES & CO.
LTD. General Electric,
fully automatic clothes
washers $345.00 and
$370.00.
NEW ORIENTAL LAUNDRY
Don't wait for the last


UhP Grtbnmt


i


p









Tuesday, June 19, 1973.


UhP (rtibun


Gooombay


Fashion


Show


I THIS Wl
FASHION SHOWS, one of the
most popular events of last
ydir's Goombay Summer
festival, are back again this
year rotating weekly among
thi major hotels on New
Ptvidence and Paradise
Isid.
This*B a noon time affair and
febures attractive Bahamian
gifts, parading in top
fashions from all over the
world.
The models for this year's
shQws come from Trend
Baftamas Limited, under the


WEEK'S GOOMI


direction of Joan Neely and
Jeanette Wilkinson.
Next Monday the show will be
held at the Nassau Beach
Hotel. Admission is free
except that guests purchase
their own drinks and lunch.
In lieeport, Grand Bahama,
fashion shows are held on
Tuesday of each Goombay
Summer week. This is also a
noon time luncheon affair
that rotates among the
hotels in Freeport/Lucaya.
This week's events: -


...,. I./ .. -,(114T% .



OR JUST TO
BE EXCLUSIVE, ,
IAY US A VISIT
IE VERY LATEST
IN FABRICS & HATS.
*DDING GROUPS
WELCOMED!

CARL AS
R&BRICS | Y
ELIZABETH AVENUE




.GOOMBAY FASHION

Just Arrived

THE LATEST IN:
W HALTER TOPS BLOUSES
ALSO A VARIETY OF MATCHING
5 PANTS SUITS AND PANTS.


N3ALEE'S FASHIONS
-- Opposite J. S. George
Madeira St. Palmdale Phone 21744


1* DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
IT WAS A DRIZZLY, STEAMY MONDAY morning outside
but it was like a burst of tropical sunshine when six models from
Trend Bahamas Modeling Agency bunt into the dining room of
the Sherton British Colonial Hotel, dressed in floral tropical
dresses and shirts from the Straw Market and dancing vibrantly to
the goombay rhythm of Count Bernadino and his Calypso
Baccanals.


The flowers on the dresses
and shirts all looked like
hibiscus to me so the theme of
this Monday's fashion show -
goombay style must be
"Hibiscus" as demonstrated
choreographically in the initial
dance routine when all the
"'l models were on the stage.
There were six models
taking part in this show:
Beverley Crawley, Donna
Fernander, Brenda Russell,
Ann McCartney, Andrew
McKinney and Chris Nairn.
They modelled outfits from,
Fashion Boutique (Frederick
Street), the Seventeen Shop,
Distinctive Shops and Alpina
Boutique.
Andrew McKinney was an
appropriate choice to model
for Distinctive Shops. This
handsome self confident young
man looked stunning in a very
light-weight grey suit by Magee
of Northern Ireland. It was
w highlighted by an orange shirt
to bring out the very faint
orange stripe in the suit and a


lAY EVENTS


TUESDAY, June 19 Beach
parties, are new attraction to
this year's Goombay
Summer. The event rotates
weekly among the major
hotels on New Providence
and Paradise Island. Parties
this week are slated for the
Pool patio Thatch Bar of the
Emerald Beach Hotel and
the Holiday Inn's poolside
and Beach, Paradise Island.
WEDNESDAY, June 20 -
Weekly shopping mall on
Bay Street climaxed by the
outdoor performance of the
Royal Bahamas Police Band,
4 4,- p. Ready" thi n t
evening, the Pioneer Drum
and Bugle Corp will
perform. Clothesline Art
Exhibition in Rawson
Square.
THURSDAY, June 21 -
Folklore show at Bahamia
Hall of the Government
High School at 9 p.m.
Tickets obtainable at the
door. Bahamian singers and
dancers will interpret
Bahamian customs. Features
the Lucayan Chorale, the
New Breed Dancers and
John "Chippie" Chipman's
junkanoo band.
WHO HAS RECORD FOR
LABOUR STRIKES?
ROME (AP) Italian workers
held the record for strikes among
industrialized nations for a decade,
then, Britain 'did better' in 1972,
according to the Italian
government's Statistics Bureau.
The comparison of working days
lost due to strikes was made
between Italy, European Common
Market countries, the United
States, Canada and Japan.
In the 1961-1971 period Italy
was always ahead In the number of
working days lost to strikes.
A record loss of 100 working
days per worker was recorded'in
1969 when Italy was hit by the
so-called 'hot autumn' of labour
unrest.
In 1972 at last Italy was
overtaken by England which had an
average of 1,542 working days lost
for 1,000 workers while in Italy the
average was 1,410 days for a
thousand workers.


dn0 ay Specials


Ready for Independence Decorations.


APERIES -500 PATTERNS IN STOCK.

RPE TS -25 ROLLS IN ST

A S-SPECIAL PRICE




St give away prices! !

he

Associates
IZABETH AVENUE


co-ordinating large bow tie,
which is now becoming
increasingly popular.
When Andrew modelled a
beach jacket and matching
shorts from Denmark he
removed his shorts neatly
without the slightest lessening
of his dignity to show his
French bathing trunks.
CHRIS NAIRN, with the
most delightful and infectious
grin and incredibly slender
figure, showed off clothes from
the Alpinas, boutique. Alpina
are famous for their shirts,
trousers and suits of superb
quality.
BRENDA RUSSELL and
DONNA FERNANDER
showed clothes from the
SEVENTEEN SHOP. Long
dresses, bikinis, hot pants sets
at budget prices were displayed
and certainly didn't look
budget priced on Brenda and
Donna.
ANN McCARTNEY and;
BEVERLEY CRAWLEY
modelled clothes from the
FASHION BOUTIQUE on
Frederick Street. Again long
halter-neck dresses, two piece
midriff pants, bikinis, coverups
and pants suits are the vogue.
The models came on one at
a time and after a small routine
around the stage area moved
throughout the lunchers to the
goombay rhythm.
As a finale all the models
again burst onto the stage, to a
crescendo by Count Bernadino
and his band, all carrying
goombay balloons which were
all promptly burst.

*4 ^h "


BEVERLEY CRAWLEY AND CHRIS NAIRN pose for
the camera in smart informal clothes from the Fashion
Boutique and Alpina Boutique respectively.
PHOTO: William 'Gus' Roberts


2 Float Parades for Independence


IT WAS RECENTLY
ANNOUNCED by the
Independence Secretariat that
because of the large number of
entries for the Float Parade, it
has been decided to stage TWO
parades.
The first parade will take
place on Tuesday July 10,, at
2:00 p.m. and the second will
take place on Wednesday July
11 at 3 p.m.
The following is a list of
participants and their allocated
positions in both parades.


PARADE NO. 1
1. Bank of Montreal
2. Bahamas Electricity Corp.
3. Rotary Clubs of Nassau
4. Her Majesty's Prisons
5. Nassau Bicycle Co.
6. Bimini & West End
Constituency
7. Nurses Association
8. Grants Town
Constituency
9. Immigration Department
10. Paradise Island Hotel &
Villas
11. Jiffy Cleaners &


CHRIS NAIRN AND ANN McCARTNEY in informal evening wear from Alpina an
Fashion Boutiques respectively are seen during the final routine with Goombay Summ
balloons. PHOTO: William 'Gus' Rober




/,v .d SW *


It--

BAHAMASAIR OFFICIALS WITH PLANE
MINISTER OF TOURISM, the Hon. Clement T. Maynard, and members of the Airlin
Negotiating Committee are pictured in front of BAHAMASAIR'S new aircraft which
arrived at Nassau International Airport Saturday at 2 p.m. Also pictured are senlo
BAHAMASAIR officials and the crew. From left to right: Co-pilot, Spooner Clarke; pilo1
Marc Pelane; Ministry of Tourism Permanent Secretary, Mr. Ellison Thompson; Bahama
Monetary Authority Research Director, William Allen; Mr. Maynard; Assistant Director a
Tourism, Dann Lewis; Deputy Director of Civil Aviation, Frank Bartlett
BAHAMASAIR'S Acting General Manager, Edward Albury and Jesse Boynton a
BAHAMASAIR. (e See Story Page 7).


Laundry
12. Fort Charlotte
Constituency
13. Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce
14. (Joint Floats) Kelly's
Lumbei Yard, Kelly's
Hardware, Thompson's Dept.
Store, Pyfroms Dept Store,
Carib Shops, John Bull, G. R.
Sweeting & Sons, Bahamas
Iron & Steel Co., Ltd.
15. Economy Jitney
16. C. R. Walker Technical
College
17. Ministry of Agriculture
and Fisheries
18. Prince Hall Grand Lodge
of the Bahamas
19. Pedicans Variety Store.
20. City Pharmacy, Nassau
& Perfume Shops.
21. Three Queens
Restaurant
22. Air Canada
23. Chase Manhattan Bank
24. Cavalier Construction


Co.
25. Bahamas Association of
Elks
26. Butlers Funeral Homes
& Crematorium
27. Boy Scouts Association
28. Bahamas Red Cross
29. Parliamentary Registrar
30. Nassau Plastics Co.
31. Stapledon School for
Retarded Children
32. Action Sign Co.
33. Bahamas Youth for
Christ.
34. (Joint Floats) Shell Oil
of the Bahamas & Bahamas Gas
35. Flamingo Airlines
36. Bahamas Hotel
Association
37. Automotive & Industrial
Distributors
38. Sandra's Beauty Box
39. Barclays Bank
40. St. Augustine's College
41. Centreville Constituency
42. (Joint Floats) Greek
Community & Order of
AHEPA
43. (Joint Floats) Bahamian
Lumber & Building Supplies &
Ronald A. Albury & Sons Ltd.
44. Fashion Boutique
45. Ministry of Tourism
nd 46. Annies Kindergarten
er 47. Charles McKinney
rts Holdings Co. Ltd
48. Emerald Beach Hotel
49. St. Barnabas
Constituency
50. First National City Bank
51. William Gordon Primary
52. Nassau General Council
of P.L.P.
5 3. Interdenominational
i 31 Christian Youth Association
54. Roywest Banking
Corporation
55. Anglican Diocese of the
Bahamas
56. Commonwealth
Wanderers Club
57. Pinewood Gardens Ltd.
58. Airline Association of
the Bahamas
59. Bahamas Blenders Ltd.
PARADE NO. 2
1. Finance Corporation of
the Bahamas Limited
2. Bahamas Telecommunica-
tions Corporation
3. British American
Insurance Company Ltd.
4. Exuma Businessmen
Association
e 5. Caribbean Bottling
h Company Ltd.
xr 6. Bahamas Bank & Trust
t, Company Ltd.
is 7. P.L.P. Grant's Town
t; Branch No. 2
)f 8. Mosko's Furniture
9. Bethel Brothers


Morticians
10. Butler Sands &
Company Ltd.
11. Crossroads
12. Fort Fincastle
13. Queen's College
14. Bank of Nova Scotia
15. Straw Vendors
Association
16. (Joint Floats) Island
Merchant Ltd. & Just Built
Right
17. Nassau Junior Chamber
of Commerce
18. Vienna's Beauty Salon
19. Business Systems Ltd.
20. Afro Bahamian Club
21. Coconut Grove
Constituency
22. Bahamas Musicians &
Entertainers Union
23. Cat Island Constituency
24. Canadian Imperial Bank
of Commerce
25. Ministry of Education &
Culture
26. Department of Public
Personnel
27. Roman Catholic Schools
28. Parisian Shoe Store
29. Bahamas Supermarkets
Ltd.
30. International Air Canada
31. Bahamas Broadcasting
Corporation
32. Carmita's Beauty Salon
33. Bahamas Teachers
College
34. Englerston Constituency
35. District Grand Lodge of
Oddfellows
36. Bahamas Air Sea Rescue
Association
37. Royal Bank of Canada.
38. Bahamas World Airlines
39. Tropigas
40. Most Worshipful Grand
Lodge F & AM
41. Land & Survey's
Department
42. Uriah McPhee Primary
School
43. Mademoiselle
44. Berkley Ferguson Real
Estate
45. Ministry of Works.
46. Nassau Beach Hotel
47. Genthell Landscaping
Company Ltd.
48. Bahamas Motor Dealers
Association
49. Maura Company Ltd.
50. Bahamas Academy of
Seventh Day Adventists
51. Lowe's Pharmacy
52. Athletic Association
53. Bahamas Liquor
Importers
54. George McKinney
Holdings Company Ltd.
55. Kiwanis Clubs of Nassau
56. Restaurants (Bahamas)
Ltd.
57. Bahamas Bus & Truck
Company Ltd.
58. National Association of
Bahamian Cosmotologists
There will be a meeting of
all participants on Wednesday,
June 20, 8:30 p.m., at A. F.
Adderley Junior High School
Auditorium.
If any names have been
inadvertently omitted, they
should call Mr. Wright at
telephone 59617.
A public meeting for all
participants will be held on
Wednesday, July 20, at 8:30
p.m. at the auditorium of the
A. P. Adderey Secondary
School
CATHOLIC DTAUB BANGS
SELF-IRAt INM1MAftUN
BELFAST, NORTpl.RM
IRELAND (AP) M dit ft
Roman Catholic Kete sem s
have been moved to a- bloaln
block at Northern alanid'a Mae
prison beaeMa of a oompaig of
iatlaldatioa iby 1al Repline
Army detinehe.


--0
-.-a


:FLORAL TROPICAL SHIRT AND DRESS from tht
Straw Market shown at Monday's lunchtime Fashion Shov
atthe Sheraton British Colonial Hotel by TREND models
dibonair'Andrew McKinney and dainty Brenda Russell.
PHOTO: WILLIAM 'Gus' Roberts


BEVERLEY CRAWLEY (LEFT) AND DONNA
FERNANDER (right) model beachwear from the Fashion
Boutique and the Seventeen Shop respetively.
PHOTO: William 'Gus' Roberts


prw. m


Tumday, June 19, 1973.


'-
L 'V











Wbt Mrfitme


Tu ,a lia 1.17. -- i --


Resident Mexican artist


donates paintings to hotel

MR. JOSEPH DELANEY, manager of the Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism in Freeport, recently unveiled four paintings that were
donated by the Lucayan Beach Hotel as a contribution to the art
culture of Freeport.
The paintings, which were "Discovery". Following this is
unveiled in the lobby adjacent a scene of the Wharf area of
to the casino in the Lucayan Nassau during the colonial
Beach Hotel, were done by period with British gun ships
local Mexican artist, Jose Cruz carrying hopeful new arrivals
who brilliantly portrays the to settle in the colony.
four epics of the turning point The last painting is of an
in the history of the Bahamas. aerial view of the beach area
One of the illustrations with the Lucayan Beach Hotel
shows the early stages of predominantly displayed
primitive society in these showing you the Lucaya of
islands. This painting has been today.
titled "The Lucayan Indians". These paintings, placed on
The next painting in the series display at the beginning of
depicts an aerial view of Goombay Summer, will remain
Rodrigo De Triana, a sailor on up until the eve of
board the Santa Maria first Independence.
sighting our shores at San Jose Cruz, the artist, has
Salvador. It is called lived in Freeport since his
arrival from Mexico seven years
ago and has found a great deal
of inspiration in Grand


Bahama.
Jose had his formal art
education at the university of
NOW SHOWING Mexico and finalized his
at 8:20& 11: education by graduating from
the Art Institute of
Pittsburgh. His colourful
TIME paintings have been displayed
in many art exhibitions
DESPERADOS throughout Mexico, United
States and Canada.
AND He is now specializing in
portraits in oil, pastels and
charcoal, and is to be found
Fred Willlamson 10: 15 displaying his talent in the
main lobby of the Lucayan
THE SOUL OF Beach Hotel.

NI ER (PG.FOR 3 in 1

CHARLEY LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
FIRST NASSAU SHOWING PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


Opens 7 p.m. Shows start 8:30
CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE!
See 2 features late as 10:25
FINAL NITESI *
"WICKED, WICKED" 8:30 & 12:
"NIGHT OF THE LEPUS" 10:2S


Andresia industry plans to help


community projects in Andros


ANDROS TOWN: Witneoq the birth of a new Industry, over 300 people mthered here
recently to rae funds for Indepemdenme co retions were tol that its fint profits are to go
towards a new compunitycetre for youngpeople.


Mr. Joseph Delaney, manager of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism In Freeport, Is
shown unveiling four portraits donated by the Lucayan Hotel as a contribution to the art
culture of the island. The portraits which illustrate the early stages of the primitive
Bahamas, were done by Jose Cruz, a local Mexican artist. From left are: Mr. Cruz, Mr.
Delaney and Mr. Hendrle, manager of the hotel.


..,
I,


4P7 .
* -'k ^ t


THREE FLOWERS OF THE BAHAMAS form the designs of the dresses being
modelled here. From left to right the models are Melvern Minnis, wearing a Pink Hibiscus
deisgn, Krista Kurth wit>o the Yellow Elder and Margaret Roberts showing off a Red
Poinciana. These three Fresh Creek area girls took part in a fashion parade held at the
Light House Club at Andros Town on June 9. Over $3,000 was raised for Independence
celebrations at a banquet evening that also featured a demonstration of the batik process
that the Androsia group hopes will be a key to a co-operatively-owned, home based
industry for this part of Andros Island.


Making this announcement
was Rosi Birch, the moving
spirit, behind the "Androsia"
project that aims to tap the
district's "sewing power" and
convert it into economic
benefits 'for the entire
community.
A demonstration 'of- the
"batik" dyeing technique that
forms the basis of her group's
unique clothing, styles and a
parade of some of Androsia's
dazzling garments was the
entertainment highlight of the
banquet evening at the
Lighthouse Club. Over $3,000
was raised to go towards the
cost of Independence
celebrations and monuments
for the eight main settlements
in the Mangrove Cay
constituency.
While Katherine Pageot of
Coakley Town, Androsia's
leading batik artist, gave a
demonstration of the waxing
and dyeingg process .that
transforms ordinary cotton
fabric into brilliant hand
designed and painted batik,
Rosi Birch challenged the
women of the district to join in
the founding of a clothing
co-operative based on work
done at home.
"This community will own a
co-operative and direct where
its profits are to be spent", said
Rosi. The profits from the sale
of four dozen Independence
shirts made by the Androsia
girls at Small Hope, some
$250, are to be given to
Commissioner Hunt to form
the foundation .of a young
people's' community centre
fund.
SMALL TOKEN
"This is just a small token of
what this new industry can
accomplish within our
community", said Rosi Birch.
"But we must first build up
our ability to produce good
quality clothes to sell." .The
most pressing problem facing
the Androsia project, she
explained, is that of sewing.


"There are some sewing
machines in the district and
there are several women who
can do excellent work. But,"
said Rosi, "others need help to
*bring their work up to
standard."
Both with a view to the
future .and'q aiming for more
immediate benefits, Rosi has
invited a young Bahamian
fashion school graduate to help
train cutters, batik designers
and, most important,
seamstresses. She pointed out
that there are five sewing
machines at the Fresh Creek
school that are presently not
being used.
An industry based on this


kind of work in the home
could be the ideal way for the
women of the district to add to
their family economy,Robi
Birch pointed out. "You don't
even need electricity, a treadle
machine is just fine. We woutl
love nothing better than to
drive our truck from Blanket
Sound to Behring Point each
week to pick up and deliver
sewing work," says Rosi. "So
there's no need to abandon the
children while you go to a.
factory."
NOTE: Androsia garment~
can be seen at Mademoiselle on
Bay Street and will soon be onr
display at Fashion Boutique ons
Frederick Street.


VIOLENCE CONTINUES TO RAGE IN N. IRELAND
BELFAST (AP)- A new horror group emerged on the Protestant side in
Northern Ireland Sunday, claiming two killings in less than 24 hours.
Both victims were Roman Catholics. Daniel Rouse, 17, was found shot
on waste ground lO'.Belfaat Saturday pight. James Kelly, a seaman, died in
similar fashion Synday: His body was discovered five miles outside the,
capital.
Within 30 minutes of Kelly's body being found, the Ulster Freedom.
Fighters claimed he was their second victim. A man telephoned a'
Belfast newspaper and told a reporter to listen carefully. "I represent the
Ulster Freedom Fighters. We have just assassinated an Irish Republican
Army man on the way to Lame." Larne is a port about 30 miles north of
Belfst.
"We gave him two in the back and one in the head," the anonymous
caller said. "This is in retaliation for Wilson."
He was referring to Michel" Wilson, 18-year-old brother-in-law and
bodyguard of Tommy Herron, a former leader of the Protestant
paramilitary Ulster Defense Association UDA. Wilson was shot dead by
two gunmen as he lay in bed in Herron's home here Friday.




E*Wvr~i


lNowi!


9' Eg. lIE nuig


Continuous dancing every night except Thursdays
from 10 p.m. until...
CANTONESE DINING FROM 7 P.M.
NO COVER e NO MINIMUM
.RITANNIA MACH HOTEL PARADISE ISLAND


WICKED
Mm TMToM Im
^^MUF -*R I^MM


qocoLon


FAI R.
To~~ii
s

NOW SHOWING
tMnee 2:30 & 5:09, Evening 9:00-'Phone 2-1004, 2-10(








YTYSON PAULWINFIELD

ResMvatiom not claimed by 8:45 will be sold
ona first come, first served bsis.


Wednesday thra Friday
Matinee starts at 2:00
Eventng 9:00

"THE MOLLY MAGUIRES"
Sean Connery PG.
Richard Harris
PLUS
"THE UGLY ONES" PG.
Richard Wyler
Thomas Milan


Wednesday thru Friday
Continuous Showings
from 3:00
"DOLLARS" R.
Warren Beatty
Goldie Hawn
PLUS
"A FINE PAIR" PG.
Rock Hudson
Claudia Cardinale


'Phone 2-2534 Noonder 17 wllbe admitted


NOW SHOWING
HKd Ov!e by Popular Demand.


SWUGt ,EED FUR AUREt AUDIENCES
PARENTAL DISCRTION ADVISED.


PUBLIC


AUCTION


KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on behalf of NASSAU BANK and

TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, the following properties:-


1. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being part
of a tract of land known as Coconut Grove situate
in the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and is set out as Lot Number
One (1) in Block Nine (9) of the said Coconut
Grove filed in the Office of the Crown Lands of
the Colony on the 8th August, 1944 and being
numbered 163 the said piece parcel or lot of land
being bounded on the EAST by Lot Number Eight
(8) in Block Nine (9) in the boundary and running
thereon One Hundred and Twenty four (124) feet
WEST by Second Street and running thereon Fifty
(50) feet and on the NORTH by Bahama Avenue
and running thereon One Hundred and
Twenty-four (124) feet.
2. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being Lot
No. Eleven (11) in the Subdivision known as
Glendale situate on the Northern Side of
Soldier Road in the Eastern District of the said
Island of New Providence and bounded
NORTHEASTWARDLY by a Thirty (30) feet wide
road reservation and running thereon One Hundred
and Eleven and Seven hundredths (111.07) feet-
EASTWARDLY in a curve by the junction of the
said road reservation and Soldier Road
SOUTHEASTWARDLY. by Soldier Road and
running thereon Thirty-five and Sixty hundredths
(35.60) feet SOUTHWESTWARDLY by Lot No.
Ten (10) .in. the said Subdivision and running
thereoh One hundred and Twenty-seven and-
Forty-four hundredths .(127.44) feet and
NORTHWESTWARDLY by lot No. Thirty-four
34) in the said Subdivision and running thereon'
Fifty (50) feet which said piece parcel or. lot of
land has such position boundaries shape marks and
'dimensions as are shown .on. the. diagrarm -or plan
attached to a. Certificate of Title dated the 2nd
August, 1962 and grated -to Cecil Ronald
Cartwright by the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands on the Equity Side and now of record in the
Registry of Records in the City of Nassau in
Volumb 541 at pages 381 to 384 and is designated
thereon by the Number 11.
Mortgage dated 26 May 1966. ELLIS ARNOLD
BANNISTER to National Bank of the Bahamas
Ltd. Recorded in Vol. 993 pages 567 to 574.


The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May, 1973.


Auction


ALL THAT piece or lot of land being lot number
Sixty-one (61) on the plan of lots in the
Subdivision called and known as "West Ridgeland"
situate in the Southern District of the Island of
New Providence which said plan has been approved
by the Public Board of Works and is filed in the
Registered Office of Englerston Limited which said
piece parcel or lot of land. is bounded on the North
partly by the' lot number Fifty (50) of the said
plan and partly by the lot number Fifty-nine (59)
of the said plan and running thereon.jointly Sixty.
(60) feet on the East by the tot number Sixty-two
(62) of the said plan and running thereon Seventy
(70) feet .on the 'South .by a Road Reservation
Forty (40) 'feet wide and running fhereon Sixty'
(60) feet and on the West by the Lot number Sixty
(60) of the said plan and running thereonr'S~enty
(70).feet. .
Mortgage dated 2nd D cqWc ber -966. .Hehry
Johnson to International Bank and Trust Company
(Nassau Limited).
Recorded in Vol. 1152. pages 236 to 24-L
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf
to bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10 per cent of the purchase price at
time of sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of May 1973.


to be held on


Saturday, 23rd Jun'e, 1973


at 12 Noon


in. the Parking Lot,


East of


The Harbour Moon Hotel,


Bay Street


FN


Tuesday June 19 1973.


. 1


!
i


^ f


I r











TUsday. June 19,1973.


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSED ADVS. BRING RESULTS -FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV TELEPHONE 21986 EXT 5


REAL ESTATE


I I


"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 oulck sal. Call 23921.

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.


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.
C10134
FOR SALE
SACRIFICE
2 commercial lots 50 x 103
adjoining. Phone 77078.

C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Mouse in Highland Park -
Nxecutive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
4ning, family, kitchen, double
4r garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
earpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
a rcbnditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

C10113
MUST SELL one lot
approximately 87' x 110'
Blair Estates. zoned private
dwelling or duplex. Phone
4-3026.
C10217
SPACIOUS EXECUTIVE
HOME for gracious living and
enorjining on 150 foot
waarknt Io, this i 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
Baliamas in Real Estate Sales
sinee 1947, 107 Shirley Street,
Neft to Sassoon House. Phone
27662 or 28966.
C10090
PRESTIGE HOMES
Phone 28851
P.O. Box N-1469, Nassau


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

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

PAhK GATE 2 bath 3
bedroom, living and dining
room, breakfast room, den,
pahlo enclosed, laundry room,
maid's quarters.
NASSAU EAST 3 bedrooms,
2 bath, living and dining room,
patio, laundry room, furnished,
airconditioned.

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

BLAIR 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
living room, dining room,
office, double carport. Wall to
wal carpet, laundry room,
airconditioned. Patio, den.

HIGH VISTA 2 bedrooms 2
bath, living and dining room.
Family room, den, large patio.
Wall to wall carpeting.
Furnished.

E PT SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 Iedroom apartments. Living
an4.dining room, kitchen, near
Mo tag4 Beach.
DR4AM HOUSE on
waterfront Call for
Information.,
4 4NIT APARTMENT 2
bedooms, living and dining
room, bath. Completely
furnshed.

2 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
- ntreville 30x100 has 3
yeaN lease. $850 per month.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
75S00 warehouse 2000
1q.-f. 3 bedroom apartment
4"n" bedroom apartment.
2 LITS Coral Harbour.
'O_ HIGH VISTA Best buy
of I year ONLY $4500.00
F0 QUICK ACTION LIST
WIWIfIUS


REAL ESTATE


II


C 1UZ03
Hospital Lane Shop, House &
Lot reasonably priced for
quick sale Phone 36104.

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.
C 10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10172
FOR SALE BY OWNER:
3 bedroom 21/2 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
frontage, 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.



C10087
DOWNTOWN PARKING
ELIZABETH AVENUE
Monthly $20 per car.
Hourly 50c first hour.
30c each additional hour.
ELIZABETH CARPARK
7-7387 or 2-4727
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE :.,2-4777-8.


Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C10180
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT--
airconditioner phone in
lovely garden, private Estate,
Top of Village Road. Phone
31456.
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.

C10206
Completely furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8112.
C10137
ONE HOUSE FOR RENT.
Telephone 2-8989.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
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,
rw-l--li^-a !)-9rf\ ^ la


C10022
AI RECONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.


C10178
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Cooper's Terrace
- fenced in yard. Monthly or
weekly payment. Phone
32688.
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.
C10227
2 BEDROOM COTTAGE. fully
furnished. Village Road. Call
32072 (Johnson)
C10228
CABLE BEACH Waterfront -
1 studio apartment, 1 large 2
bedroom apartment, 1 two
bedroom house. Phone 77739
or 2 7421.

PETS FOR SALE
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. to 10 p.m.
C10211
LABRADOR PUPPIES -- 2
females and 3 males. Call
Warren Russell, Maura Lumber
Company. Tel. 2-4008 or 9.


C 10229
GOLD LABRADOR ENGLISH
PUPPIES for sale. Telephone
7-8328.

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


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
1970 HILLMAN 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 $1,600
1969 MORRIS MINI
standard $600
1970 RAMBLER Sit.,
automatic transmission $1,800
1968 TRIUMPH
1300 standard,
air conditioned $1,250
1969 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK $900
1967 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK $800
ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Centreville
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C 10224
FIAT 124 Sedan, 1970, gear
shift. Phone 31518.
C10230
1970 MORRIS 1000. Excellent
condition. 15,000 miles. One
owner $1,100 O.N.O. Phone
5.3353.
C 10222
1972 TOYOTA 1000,
Excellent Condition Available
1st July, Call 42050 after 6:00


II


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.


C10148
1971 PINTO STANDARD
SHIFT, RADIO, EXCELLENT
CONDITION, SACRIFICE
$2,000. Phone 2-1586, or
5-1945 after 1:30 p.m.

C 10028
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
TRADE-INS FROM
YOUR PONTIAC DEALER


1968 FIAT- 124 Green $900
1969 VICTOR 2000 S/W
Auto. $850
1972 PONTIAC VENI UKM-
4 Dr. Auto. Radio, Orange$3500
1971 FORD CAPRI -
-- Auto RBlue $1850
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD -
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- .
ckuto White $2750
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. Std. S/W Yellow $650
1973 Victor S/Wgn-
Auto, Blue $3999
1969 Hillman Hunter -
Auto. Green $850
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Auto. $600
1970 FORD CAPRI -
automatic Blue $1650
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA -
2 Dr. Automatic $2400
1970 MORRIS 1100-
Auto. 4 Dr. White $1400
1965 CADILLLAC -
Auto. $975


TRADE-INS WELCOMED
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8





PROVIDENCE

LEASING

UNITED

Collins Avenue


[UKE R[ilI


I ISEl VNICIES

iT IISPlAL



SKEUINAIIE IFFi








PQWN

PAYMENTS START

AT MO?

AMERICAN CARS

EUROPEAN CARS

JAPANESE CARS


AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSIONS

STANDARD SHIFTS

SOME
AIR-CONDITIONED


SOME SUITABLE
FOR TAXIS


10 DISCOUNT

FOR CASH

AAK-INSACCE1ED

NOBETTER
BARGINS AROUND
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
BARGAIN -- 1972
CHEVY 6-ton FLAT
DUMP VEHICLES
LOCATED OPPOSITE
LAUNDERETTE ON
GIBBS CORNER DON'T
BE DISAPPOINTED . .
COME EARLY.


Telephone 2-2680 to 3. p.m. L


CARS FOR SALE


C10163


-at-
Ceutrellaral9e

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.


SFOR SALE
C10202
MOTOR BIKES
Norton 500 cc. $400.
Yamaha 180 cc. $200.
owboth -- $500.
Phone 4-1379 or 4-1312 or
2 3366.


C10129
120 c.c. Suzuki motorcycle
low mileage good condition
For information Phone 52645
C10177
BRAND NEW Minnesota Fa
Pool Table. Phone 2-885
(days) 58979 (nights).

MOTOR BIKE
C 10181
72 Suzuki 250 cc. Phon
24635 ask for Larry -
a.m. to 5 p.m. $550.00.


n.
5.

ts
51



ie
8


C10171
ORGAN, Spinet Model
Hammond, cherrywood finish,
as new.
MAGNAVOX, Stereo Console
Combination, Cherrywooc
finish.
Call 3-1595 after 6 p.m.
C 10226
4-Piece Bedroom Set.
$125.00
1 Coffee Table $35.00
Misc. Lamps $5.00 up.
Phone 5-4380.
C 10223
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.
C10225
LEAVING ISLAND
16' WHALER 100 h.p.
Johnson trailer, skis, tanks,
anchors, etc. $2900.
STEREO 2 bikes, Royal
standard typewriter, drum.
1970 Chev. Nova $1600.
1971 Volks 1300--$1100.
Airconditioner 5000 BTU -
$100.


Sailfish $50
Guitar amplifier $25. Phone
77155.


[MARINE SUPPLIES
C 10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
58311.


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


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


I I NE SUPPLIES


C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan.
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
hDkPnS KAOI M nn to Fi I


Cl
14
h.I
$8


1
Cli

BII
off
sul
Av
$8
BE
PF
CI


Uo om ,uiI to r- .
0176
ft. Boston Whaler with 33
p. Evinrude outboard. Price
875. Call 5-6571



0186
SPECIAL NOTICE
ALL'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
'ers lots 70 x 100 in a new
division with all utilities.
ailable at $75.00 down and
0.00 per month. ENJOY
EACH RIGHTS AND
PRIVATE LAKE. Call 23921.
.0187


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.

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.


c10218


Gone but not forgotten
Sleep on mother
Sleep on and take your rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best.
Left to mourn:' Daughter Mrs.
Lillian Rolle, 1 adopted
daughter Mrs. Norah McPHee,
4 grandchildren, 9 great
grandchildren and a host of
relatives and friends.

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


ENTERTAINMENT

ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?
call
Film & Equipment
Service


Rentals of:-


Full-length movies

Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders
Filmstrip & Slide Projectors


Screens
Phone 2-2157

HELP WANTED

C10193
LIVE-IN EXPERIENCED
HELPER for invalid lady. Must
have knowledge of cooking.
Only Bahamians need apply.
Phone 3-1389.


C10182
WANTED: One flaming limbo
dancer. One Comedienne
Apply Sloppy Joes, call 58650.


SNHELP UNITED


I


I Im


C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 34b
years industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTI ES/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. O. 'Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RL SPONSIBILITIES:
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.


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.
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.
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 w citing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N-1413,
Nsh aiI


NELP MATEO


5 I4U~


C7407
JOB TITLE: X-RAN
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3.
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Control, review, investigate tes
results and make repairs t
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personne
Department, Bahama Cemen
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
r- 1003


MFO RENT CARS FOR SALE_


C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRIC TORS
(FOUR )M IN IMUM
EDUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in sten lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES'
Read and follow structure
steel detail drawings, cut nd
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
C7466
JOB TITLE: CONTROL
ROOM OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/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.


C7405


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 Cemeni
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personne
Department, Bahama Cemen
Company, P.O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahams


C7464


C 7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING AND STORE
MINIMUM EDUCATION
College graduate or equivler
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
5-10 years In Industrli
Purchasing and Ston
functions.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Co-ordinate and supervise
Company Purchtadin an
Storekeeping programte.
INTERESTED APPUC.AN
CONTACT: PersoGr
Department. Bahama Com-
Company, P. 0. Box F-i*
Freeport, Grand BSM_.


1
9'





19


T
rl
t
i,



S
it

Is
is
i:

md

T
ft
101


11
11 i


I I & i I i l


2


I


I ,


1 7wmrz7rm-,


W


'


m i n i ii ,


-T-l


C7411
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Power plant experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of Electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulate continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
C7408
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in fuel burning
process in rotary Kilns and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnerman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experienee: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work in inspecting,
r.pliring, 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.
C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO1
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience in cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervise single-turn activltie
of cement making operation
necessary to produce slurry
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personne
Department, Bahama Cemen
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


A Plall"u. a, -.WAMM.


I


"0m


o :


I


I


.



, -


I


In loving memory of our dear
mother and grandmother
Mariah Bowe, who departed
this life June 19th 1972.


I


I


ghp rttibt


5
S



I,
f
r



t


y.



5




T
1l
It
D,
,i











Tuesday, June 19, 1973.


,_________________ 1 ,, -


I ELP WANTED
C7465
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Manage the engineering
activities in connection with
physical and technical aspects
of Company operation,
property maintenance,
improvements and additions.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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/RESPONSIBILIT I ES:
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.
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 Corporation, P. 0- Box
N7796, Nassau, Bahamas.
C7468
JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
10-15 years cement plant
maintenance-experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI TIES:
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.
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.
C10194
VESSEL CHARTERING AND
CONTRACTS SUPERVISOR
Supervisor Chartering and
Contracts to be responsible for
eli 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
educatfonr, experience and
salaries received to
Administrative Assistant,
Navios Corporation, Post
Office Box N7796, Nassau,
Bahamas.

C10199
WANTED FOR DIRTY
DICK'S
2tSteel Drummers
1 Flaming Limbo Dancer
For personal Interview call
66090 between 11 a.m. and 3
p.1f.

HEBRIDES TRUST
40APANY have vacancy for a
s4npany Department
IVmH r, Salary A$9,000 to
Free Furnished
and generous holidays
paq f M to Australia
New Zsaland and U.K. in
years. Reply with
of qualifications and
i to Adv. C10214,
Tbim ,bu, P. 0. Box
L .Nau7..g e, Btmas.


IHELPMTED
C 10213
COOPERS & LYBRAND have
several vacancies for qualified
Chartered Accountants. Apply
in writing to P. 0. Box N596,
Nassau Bahamas.
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.
C10128
LIVE IN COUPLE $275
each.
1. House maintenance butler
chef chauffeur carwash
yard overseer.
2. Cateress housekeeper --
light laundry.
6 days 8 a.m. to 8 o.m.
Write: Adv. C10128, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207,
Nassau.

POSITION 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.

TRADE SERVICES
C10045
Plider's Cstloms

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

'FOR YOUR building needs
Residential Remodelling -
Maintenance. Call G. Patton,
Budget Builders 32656.
C9925
ISLAND TV. 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
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO -TEL: 51071-2-3-4.

C9889
NIXONS UPHOLSTER'
SERVICE Bernard Road Phone
41298 Quick reliable service
C10046
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.


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


Come by Classified

Counter at

The Tribune or

call 2-1986

Ext. 5 In Nassau,

352 -6808

in Freeport

from 9am. to 5p.m

Mon. to Fri.

Sat. ga.m. to lp.m


GRAND CLASSIFIED


GRANDAC i _' ______ [1 I1I


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


C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS
( F OU R ) MI N I M U M
EDUCATION: Good basic
education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel lay
out and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and follow structural
steel detail drawings, cut and
weld in accordance with
drawing specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7410
JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Training
and experience In cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities!
of cement making operation!
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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 burn rman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
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.
'17409
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.
C7430
.lOB TITLE: (TWO'
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate D-8 and D-9
bulldozers.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling.
excavating and moving
materials.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P.O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


I ELP MNTED
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.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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,
Sreeport, 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.
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.
C10023
JOB TITLE> INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumentat-
ion experience.
l)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. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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. O. Box F-14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island 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-10.,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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

C10197
BARCLAYS BAN K
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.
C10168
TECHNICAL SHOP ASSISTANT
Technical Shop Assistant
required by local Caterpillar
Dealer Branch Operation,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Prospective applicants should
possess mechanical background
related to the heavy equipment
industry. Additionally,
technical experience in
microfiche and/or parts
catalogues, preparing parts
requisitions for equipment
overhaul and general
knowledge of parts inventory
control.
Applications in writing should
be addressed to: The Managing
Director, Bahamas Tractor &
Equipment, Ltd., P. 0. Box
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.
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.

C7467
JOB TITLE: SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "0" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Comoany, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.


C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 988
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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.


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.


SEL ANTED
C7462
ELECTRIC MOTOR AND
ARMATURE REWINDER -
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.
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.
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
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 arid equipment
problems.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
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.
" -485
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 Dipartment, 18C
Kipling Building, P. 0. Box
F-2666, Freeport, GBI.


I HELP WANTED

C7483
Sales Consultant required -
must have previous experience
in sales and export
requirements. Must be
prepared to travel in the
Caribbean area and Central
America 6/8 months of each
year.
Written applications to
Mercantile Group Inc., P. 0.
Box F-456, Freeport.

C7484
MEDICAL OFFICE NURSE
required for Doctor's office.
Must be registered. References
required.
Telephone Freeport 352-6735,
ext. 33, 2 p.m.- 5 p.m.

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.

C7499
Cable Splicer Technician with
minimum 5 years experience In
all phases of cable splicing and
repair including lead, stalpeth
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.
J Telephone: (809) 352-9352


HELP WANTED

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 Korl
Restaurant, International
.Bazaar, Freeport.

C7488
TAILOR with 5 years
experience, Bahamian
preferred.
Apply to: Esquire Men's Shop,
Freeport. Telephone 352-8816,

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, Bahamal
Amusements Ltd., El Casino,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport;
Grand Bahama.
.------.-- I


C7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING AND STORES)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:.
College graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE;
5-10 years in Industrial'
Purchasing and Stdr.i'
functions.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES;
Co-ordinate and supervises
Company Purchasing and
Storekeeping programme. '
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: PersonosJ
Department, Bahama Ceotnj
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
- ,,, , ,, W,- -


I f


ght brmbtt r


I -


- '~. a


oat nribmun




RIN AN



CLASSIFIED HOURS:
9:00 a.m,- :00 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Sardays :00 a -Moon

CLASSIFIED AD RATES
DAYS Per Word Per Day



2-3 ...........-..................................7

4-6 .......--. ..** *********-** -.**********"..,,c

7 orn mor ............................ ..........6c


NO REVERSE PRINTING IN CLASSIFIED

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY (with border)
Appropriate Display Advertising Rate plus
Charge for Special Position of 50c Oer col. inch
per inurtion.

TRIBL.*N BOX NUMBERS...50c aetra

DEADLINES FOR PLACING
CLASSIFIED ADS
12 Noon Daily for folowifg
day's paper
12 Noon SaL for Mon. Paper
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
2 Days prior to publication.


CANCELLATION PHONE
NUMBER 21986 EXT. 5

When cancelling an ad, the adertimr will be
given canllation number as a reoipt. All
meters involving this cancallation will b
settled on the basis of the advertiser's
submitting the cancellation number for
verification. Ads scheduled for Multiple Days
will, when canceled, take the rate for the
number of days the ad actually appeared.

CAKELUATIN 111S
To cancel regular assified ad for nxt
day call Mon. thru Fri., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Set., 9 Lm. to Noon.
Canoellateon of Clamfied Display:
2 daypr ior to publication

CAINCELLATIN IF US
After an ad is ordered, it cannot be
cancelled or changed before initial
publication.



COPY
This newspaper mras the right to refuse
any ad for any reason and the privilege of
revising or rejecting any advertisement which
it deems objectionable and to change the
classification of any adwrtismant from that
ordered to conform to the policy of this
nwlepaper.


ITI PLACE A CLASSIC Ai


CALL 21986 EXT. 5


I


--


.


L










S.Tuday, June 19, 1973.


o1-HiiOm


"Would you believe that up until an hour ago that was
a neatly dressed, wl-groomed office manager?"


SU10 M. n'/ME M
IMNSAY S LONG....WELL,T7mIS IS/ f"'


"He may not be able to move heaven, but he sure moves
a lot of earth."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1,Creek 30. Fountain
4. Gabrielle 31. Fodder tower
Chanel 33. Mortar mix&r
8. Rolled tea 35. French marshal
11. Age 36. Infrequent
12. Arabian gulf 38. Spanish article I
13. Fell 40. Scoundrel
14. French season 42. Wild party
15. Unexpected 46. Disagreeable
gain 49.--- de cologne SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
17. Kowtow 50. Herb of grace
19. Full dress 51. Arrow poison DOWN 4. Intlimdate
20. At bat 52. Unfortunate 5. Skip
2. Station 53. Republicans 1. Shoal 6. Card game
25. Work unit 54. Negative votes 2. Jot 7. Rumor
"8. Take steps 55. By birth 3. Afresh 8. Censure
9. Daughter of
Loki
,r : 10. Boring tool
16. Defect
16 18. Greek letter
21. Dad
23. Rubber tree
-24. Crafty
25. Sigmoid
--- 26. Actor Torn
o 27. Spectacles
,29. Valuable violin


sz. Ul uumpus
34. Exist
37. Red cedar
39. Behold
41. Victim
43. Curb
44. High wind
.45. Christmas
46. Swiss canton
47. Pigeon
48. I do


Wht Wrtbumt


GBNBRAL TENDENCIBS: A day to make sure
you a very much aware of modern trends and
viewpoints and of ways you can utilize them for quicker, more
efficient progress in the things important to you. The evening
then has a considerable chance for enjoying company of a
good friend and the outlets you like.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning is fine for thinking
out how to have morn rapport with good friends for excellent
results. Make better plans for the future. The social side of life
is especially fine in p.m.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A new approach at career
matters sees them better handled, finer results gotten, and
than the p.m. Is ideal for rapport with the influential. Use wise
ways to improve worldly position.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You need more data before
you are able to realize that ambition that is so important to
you. Look to new advisers for advice you indeed need in p.m.
Sit down and write those important letters, too.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Contact those
who operate in a modern way and get good ideas and advice
from them for your advancement. Evening is fine for harmony
with mate. Show your true devotion.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Sit down with associates and
figure out how to operate more sensibly and profitably in the
future. Talk out any debatable points. Devote yourself to kin
in p.m. who feel neglected. Think.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You can get all that work out
in an exact fashion today, if you start early and plow right
through. Take some time to coordinate your efforts with
co-workers so there surely will be no friction.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you plan your evening
activities well during day, they can move without a hitch. Get
into some progressive work in the afternoon. Your mate
requires a different kind of treatment. Advance.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Home and kin require much
attention now, so give it, even if only in planning and thought
away from home. Bring friends home in p.m. and entertain
them hospitably. Ease tensions considerably.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get into all the duties
ahead of you with vim and vitality and be sure to handle
correspondence carefully and well. Evening is fine for the
recreational side of life. Join with good friends.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to do
something quickly about improving your financial situation, or
you could get into serious trouble. Update your budget and
property so you get better returns. Don't lose your
equilibrium.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You need professional
help to improve your appearance and health early, then you
can be with good friends in p.m. State what your aims are and
gain their assistance for them. Avoid one who is jealous of
you.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Take some time out from
duties to think out how to make the future brighter and how
to become a more efficient person. A pal can be in real trouble
and needs your help. Be sure to give it willingly.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those fascinating people who will be looking into the
future and planning how to make changes that will be good for
humanity in general, but will also have a practical sense to
make own life more affihent. Give as fine and complete an
education as you can so that the life here will bring fame and
all the fine talents will be fully realized.


No 7.1ft by TIM MeKAV
Aerms
I. Curtalns and such like. (t)
*. Prom. (4)
J. 0 in: in heliht. (a)
It. Move *t a pace. (4)
13. Mrvees (4)
UP. lietos (9)
a. Condition. ()
Kt. Part of the show (3)

Chess
BY LIGMNAS IAIM0










SEEN


A d misudeed this
poston (mm- Khoknov v.
A6Ca*" e W m egae
e in the 2B8A nhs
pnshp Can you do
Bck (playing as down
Is two awnAY= and
also threeten RxKt ch. Can
White (to move) save the gmns?
Par tmes: 10 seconds dhess
master: 20 seonds, chess expert;
one minute, county player; tree
minutes, ub strengt; seven
minutes, average; 10 minutes,
novice.
SOLuTION 14:0l -


Rupert and the fea-&aw--9


seen fish, new frogs., and many other
creatures, but not one Water Mite." Perhaps
they'd come if you clapped your hands,"
laughs Rupert. "But I do wish I could see
all the things you've collected." "Then you
shall." smiles the Professor, leading him to
a metal rowboat. ALL moms NAEveoD.


St. Covering. (7)
23 Look slowly at the reading
f4. oy's name. (4)
.1. Content with the situation.
Down
I. Housewife has one for
emersencie. (4-5)
2. They don't know about at
3 Contilnal trisuble-maker. (4)
4 ll fo r ( 1 1 3 rit ,e ( I i
7. frtng'. (i )
I. Case hurt. (4)
Poem (3)
It. Trick;. (5)
14. Part or .
Ittl. 'rd el0, E

h aor
an me.
(3)
It. Too0lth.
(3) v*atfd.'erlIIMIIOR


Bridge
tte commentators on this hand
from the trials to select the
Prech team for the European
ChamplonshIps.
J 10 9 2
K QJ 7 4 3
2
A32
West I FAA
4K7 3 4Q5
K9 43 0 8 7 4
K J 8 7 13 8 10
South
Seata
4 A 8 6 4
SA 9
SA 106
k9 5 4
In the osed room. North
p ie In 4V, making eleven
kThe con t in me Open
Room, wtth spectators wathn
West led the 10.
"South will make twelve
tricks," predicted one Of the
make eleven." aid another,
cautiously.
Seeing all four hands, the play
Is imple. Declarer winw the first
trick n dummy and oees the
spade finesse to Weet, who
s a club. A o: n spade
is drawn, and t only rumamns t
h the A ad os to dummy
with diamond ruff.
None of this occurred to South.
He won the first t ck In his
hand and pled a low spade.

I es wo ana e pro twelve
West a hear r t nine.
return set up another trick for

n ed eed twelve
(teks quickly shrank to nine.


BE-AJGBB


S K f e Ur ett* w
or more can
You make
from the

eana word.
S rE IW w as he
must contain thelrge letter.
and there must be at last oe
eihI-tetter word In the list. o
plural: no forein word; so
TAPIVr: I1 word& to:t
wo ve : Cb 4 wor.
yvTgulfA la V MOLUTIO. :
calf.earof earful el u ea
clef em e rue cr


.-lure, lure real ram tu


13


SREX MORGAN, M.D. SI DAL CURTIS


II I I IBl PAUL [ N ICHOL --


By Alex Kotask


STEVE ROPER & PIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgafd


OwAJ IM Nre UMPS
MR. OI>MEUS


I JUDGE PARKER


APARTMENT 3-G


3Lh Comic Pat!


rome


M i


By PAUL NICHOLS











Whe (rtibmnt


Paul lohnson, hero in 4


Blenders win over lets
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
WINNING PITCHER PAUL JOHNSON in a numanificent thd
for three plate appearance when he scored one and knocked I
two, pitched a wholesome two-hitter last night as the lowl
Bahama Blenders scuttled second place Jet Set 8-1 in the fin


pinme at the Q.E.S.C.
Working the five inning
route, left hander Johnson
struck out four and walked
two of the 20 batters he faced.
The run against him was
unearned. Frank Dean who
gave up six runs and three of
the Blenders' eight hits took
the loss. He was relieved in the
second by Isaac Fox who faced
x batters and gave up two
Juts. Eddie McQuay in the
fourth came from left field to
the mound. He also, faced six
batters, gave up two. runs and
three hits.
The Blenders who found
themselves working on the
grace period hustling a nine
finally got themselves together
and pounded Dean for six
commanding runs in the
bottom of the second inning.
Two errors on Lionel Neily at
third base put Willie Thompson
and John Rolle on base. Phillip
Saunders loaded the bases
when he was safe on an infield
hit. Barry Carroll then
followed with a smashing single
deep into centre driving in
Thompson and Rolle. Carroll
for the night went one for
three.
JOHNSON STRIKES
Paul Johnson continued the
rally and connected Dean's
first pitch to left for an rbi
single. Johnson who reached
third on errors scored on a wild
pitch.
Dean's pitching began to be
quite off and he went on to
walk four batters in which
Rolle, who returned to the
plate in the same inning, got
the rbi.
Jet Set's sole run came in
the top of the third when
Johnson with two down
walked Les Gardiner with bases
loaded. Louis McQuay in that
inning got Jet Set's first hit
when he was safe on a bunt. A
fielding error by Spurgeon
Johnson at second put Sidney




U


AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 34 27 .557 -
Baltimore 3026 .536 I1i
Detroit 32 29 .525 2
New York 3330 .524 2
Boston 28 31 .475 5
Cleveland 22 41 .349 13
West Division
Chicago 32 26 .552 -
Minnesota 32 27 .542 %
Kansas City 36 31 .537 %
Oakland 34 30 .531 I
California 32 29 .525 1%
Texas 20 3t .345 12
Monday's Results
Oakland 9, Kansas City S
Texas 7, Minnesota 4
Detroit 5, Cleveland I
Milwaukee 8, Boston 3
California 9 Chicago 2
NATIONALLEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 38 27 .585 -
Montreal 29 28 .509 S
St. L0ouis 3031 .492 6
New York 28 30 .483 6%
ittsburgh 26 32 .448 85V
Philadelphia 27 35 .435 9%
West Division
Los Angle 4025 .615 -
San Francsco 40 27 .597 1
Houston 36 30 .545 4%
Cincinati 3429 .540 5
Atlanta 28 37 .431 12
San Diego 20 45 .308 20
Monday's Results
Philadelphia 9,New York 6
i PMttaturgh 3, C-hcago 1
St. Lou Iontreal 0, 5% Innings,
Los Angeles 13, Atlanta 3


McKinney safe for bases
loaded. Gardiner was Johnson's
second walk on the inning.
Johnson, however, recovered
and went on to blank Jet Set
for the remaining two innings
while giving up one hit. That
hit came in the top of the fifth
on Louis McQuay's single.
The Blenders, on the other
hand, in the bottom of the
fourth topped off their victory
with two runs and three hits.
Willie Thompson scored his
second run and Jnhn Rnoll and


___ 5 1"


Ni


Johnson -both scored their
second rbi.
BAHAMAS BLENDERS
ab r h rbi
P. Johnson 2 1 0 0
K. Graham 2 0 0 0
R. Smith 2 0 0 .0
W, Thompson2 2 1 0.
J. Rolle 2 1 1 2
P. Saunders 3 2 1 0
B. Carroll 3 1 1 2
Paul Johnson 3 1 3 2
S. Johnson 2 0 1 0
JET SET
L. McQuay 3 0 2 0
E. McQuay 3 0 0 0
S. McKnney 3 0 0 0
L.Gardiner 2 0 0 1
R. Brooks 2 0 0 0
L. Nelly 2 0 0 0
C. Robinson 2 0 0 0
A.Johnson 2 0 0 0
F. Dean 0 0 0 0
1. Fox 0. 1 0 0
E.Thompson 1 0 0 0


BREWERS STRETCH.

WIN STREAK TO 10
NEW YORK (AP) -
... Milwaukee's amazing Brewers
stretched their winning streak to 10
games and extended their American
League East lead to 1% games,
beating the Boston Red Sox 8-3
Monday night.
The Brewers, last in the East last
year 21 games off the pace, posted
their ISth victory in 16 games with
the help of George Scott's two
home runs and three runs batted in,
plus the six-hit pitching of Jim
Colborn, 9-2.
Meanwhile, Chicago clung to its
half-game lead over Kansas City and
Minnesota in the A[ West, despite
losing to California 9-2 for Its
fourth straight setback and I Ith
loans in 16 games.
Kansas City flubbed its chance to
take over the top spot in the West,
bowing to Oakland 9.5, and
Minnesota also muffed an
opportunity to move into the lead,
losing to Texas 7-4. Oakland's
victory put the A's only one game
back and the Angels' triumph
moved in the closely bunched West.
In the other Al game, Detroit
trimmed Cleveland 6-1. Home runs
bv Dick Sharon, Bill Frehan and
Aurello Rodriguez backed the
three-hit pitching of Jim Perry,
enabling Detroit to hand Cleveland
Its sixth straight loss.


I


ANTHONY "PEREZ" HUYLER scurries back to
plenty of time as Schlitz' first baseman Lorenzo L
stretches wide to snare a pick off attempt.


Pro& amateur cyclists to


in 66-mile independence

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
PROFESSIONAL CYCLISTS headed by veteran
Leonard "Boston Blackie" Miller and amateur cyclists, t
the Bumside Brothers, come together for the first time
on July .5 when they compete in the 66 miles
Independence Cycling Championship.


Starting at 11 a.m., in front
of the Montagu Beach Hotel
the race is scheduled to travel
west along Bay Street onto
George Street where they turn
south and into Shirley Street.
It then moves east along
Shirley Street to Village Road,
east along Bernard Road to
Fox Hill going north and back
to Bay Street where they will
travel west ending at the
Montagu Beach Hotel. This
route, a distance of eleven
miles, will be covered six times.
The last time the pros and
the amateur competed was
during the Southerners Lounge
Meet. That race was won by
Miller.
"I hope that we can ride
together more often," said
Miller who heads the
committee for the
Independence meet. "It helps
them (the amateurs) more than
it helps us (the pros)." Miller
contended that when the pros
and the amateurs rode together
the amateurs were riding much
better. "In competition you
would ride much better," he
said.
Included in the "A" class
pro cyclists are Noel "Donna"
Brown, Kingsley "the Bratt"
Rahming, Cowboy Musgrove,
Christovher "Deuce"


Thompson. The "!'
be headed by Renxq
who now leads the 3
three wins, Bob Fr
Claudius Wo
Christopher Rahminz
only competitor so fa
for the "C" class.
Miller said that t
expecting many more.
Although little h
heard about the amat
they last competed
pros, they have not b
their training and w
of giving the Bahamas
representation in
international events
been training diligent
have also compt
cross-country races ii
"I think the pro
will win," boasted
Although the amate
out on top of the pros
"I beat them more t
beat me . me and
when he is fit I
Musgrove rode in only
this year. Neverthel
noted that co
becomes stiffer as t
on.
Miller said that i
appreciated if the go
would give the cyclist
of the track at th
Centre again.


At


JET SET, making quite an
Impreolon in ths t rookie
year, found the pitching form
of Paul Johnson too much to
dontend with lest night when
they lost 8-1 In a two hitter.
Jet Set from loft (standing) ar
Sidney McKinney, LaS
Gardiner, Eugene Thompson,
Eric Burrows (coach) David
Johnson, Eddie McQuay,
Harvy Bain, inac Fox, Robert
Sawyer, John Dean (manager)
(kneeling) Kenneth Woods,
Richard Brooks, Louis
McQuay, Frank Dean,
Anthony Johnson, Lionel
Nelly and Carton Robinson.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


BECKS POWER.


> TOO MUCH FOR


first In


SCHLITZ BEER


ockhart BECKS BEES first sacker,
Anthony 'Terez" Huyler,
collected eleven defensive put
I r gdf outs, scored one and knocked
|rid g in one during his one for two
plate appearance as the Bees
obtaining further Offensive
eVent power from Willie Knowles as
Wilu winning pitcher Stephen
Humes defeated Schlitz Beer
6-1 in the second game last
champion night at the Q.E.S.C.
opped by Knowles collected two hits
this year during two official times at bat
Bahamas and scored two runs. Humes,
who pitched a five-hitter, went
class will two for three and scored one.
Ie Pindet Humes struck out .two 'and.
year with walked three.
eeze and Schlitz' sole run came in the
odside. top of the second when with
g is the two down Vincent Strachan
ir entered shot an rbi single, into right
However, driving in Mackey Bain. Bain
they are was safe on a double.
Becks returned in the
ave been bottom of the second and took
eurs slae the lead 2-1. Two more in the
with the third, one in the fourth and
een lax in one in the fifth gave Becks
vith hopes their commanding victory.
s top class Fred "Chicked' Taylor at
coming third got five assists. Roosevelt
have Turner at short also had five
tly. They assists. Sonney Haven had four
eted in put outs and one assist. He
n Florida. went one for four, scored one
fessionals and knocked in one,
d Miller.. Defensively for Schlitz,
urs came Keith Smith at first had six put
s at times, outs. Lorenzo Lockhart had
than they five and one assist.
I Cowboy BECKS BEES
o ride." ab r h rbi
y one race G. Moncur 3 1 I 0
Sonerae S.Haven 4 1 1 1
ess Miller A. Huyler 2 1 i 1
petition F. Taylor 2 0 1
ime goes W. Knowle 2 2 2 6
Shn Humes 3 0 1 1
R. Turner 3 0 0 0
t will be V. Jacques 3 0 0 0.
vernment St. Humes 3 1 2 0


ts the use
te Sports


Baac.e


SCHLITZ BEER
A.Roberts 3 0 0 0
L. Bowleg 2 0 0 0
L. Lockhart 3 0 1 0
G. Ene3s 3 0 0 0
M. Bain 3 1 1 0
K. Smith 2 0 0o
A. Smith 3 0 1 0
V. Strachan 2 0 1 1
B. Murray 3 0 1 0

Volieyhil lRuedup


22 players are picked


brami Speerri Cup lane

1l NEW PROVIDENCE SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION has
lsmed the Bmm of two tytwo playon hom which a tam to
repumet the hnms n t he Inmnon Speeni Cap wll be piked.
The. H.omm I poenl Cup Tournmment will be played oa Aupst
19 in m-nedb. Practice for the plays will be held on
Wedmedys and Fridays, :30 p.m. at the Government Hi0
Sol o WOKLD Denise Reckley
The flow heing
players and their wpctive ball aaren Turnquest; BLAZERS -
clubs: PABST Naomi Patty Symonette, Barbara
owle Evaeline Bowleg Knowles, Daisy Walker,
M Bis Bowle&, Linda Ford, Pat Florence Role; POLICE -
Saunders; DEL LANE Cheryl Allardyce Smith;
Turaquet, Patsy Taylor; CENTREVILLE SISTERS
SCHLITZ Andrea Knowles, Barbara Arnette; ST.
Adllne Hils; HEINEKEN BERNARDS Cheryl
STARS Maria Duncanson Turnquest.
EricaRS- Maria Dlneac n, Coach for the team are
Eric Lihtbourne; B S Frankie Sweeting, Jim Woods,
RAIDERS Glenice Leon Knowles, John Adderley,
Thompion; JET SET Joyce Lester Clarke and Bobby
Thompson; BAHAMAS Penander.


IANAMAS W ILI NAINER JETS


SHORT STOP Marilyn
Toote and catcher Janet
Greenslade knocked in two
rbi's each Sunday as Bahamas
World behind the pitching of
Lynn Williams defeated Jet Set
11-6 to win their second game
in as many played.
Toote, with three at bats,
collected one hit. Defensively,
she had two put outs and one
assist. Greenslade went one for
two and scored one. She had
five put outs and two assists.
Coming off a 21-5 victory
over the Heineken Stars last
week, Bahamas World trailed
5-2 before they came up with a
grand nine run fourth inning.
Greenslade and Toote both
picked up their second rbi in
that inning.
Denice Reckley started off
the rally when a three base
error on Jet Set's centre fielder
placed her on third. She later
scored on a wild pitch. Losing
pitcher Stephanie Knowles
went on to walk the following
two batters before Greenslade


came up with a fielder's choice
in which Miriam Culmer scored
her second run. Two rbi singles
and an error placed Bahamas
World in the lead. Jet Set, now
broken, was able to come up
with only one run in the
bottom of the fourth.
For Jet Set it was Elsa
Bridgewater who collected
three hits during three times at
bat when she scored two and
knocked in one. Third baseman
Vanola Rolle paced Jet Set
with a two for three
performance when she scored
one and knccked in one.

In other softball action
winning pitcher Paul Johnson
connected for a three rbi
homer in the bottom of the
second inning Sunday pacing
Taylor Trucking to a 10-7
victory over B.E.C. Also pacing
the offence was third baseman
Godwin Blyden who went two
for three including a homer
and knocked in two.


San Juan. According to the news
source, rich Industrialists Rafael
IN FIRST I JI Ramos Coibapn and Henry
NEW YORK LAP) Earnie Gutlerrez, together with a group of
W vaultd top the ranks of Spaniards, wilt put up the money.
the. heavyweit contenders They have asked veteran boxing
Monday night when he knocked man Bil Daly to contact Foreman's
out fbnmy Elik with a right manager, Dick Saddler. The bout, if
uppercut to the jaw at 2:39 of the the offer Is accepted, would take
fist -round at Madison Square place in November.
Gardi confusion at the ish GREIG OUT OF TEST
whow" onfionath n0 HOVE, ENGLAND (AP) Tony
whe oohna haon at 2 oGreig, South Afrian-born cricket
poun. fts be had beatentn a m V i Enag ,squad, has
count. ShAves 2 14,stoodi internal bleedingand is doubtful
eitral cu"er, and re"W H aro for the Second Test against New
Vatea at first apard to order the Zealand which starts at Lord's on
fighters to resume boxing before Thursday.
declaring the knockout. A specialist's report Monday sald
SPANIARS PUT $1 M. Greil; has a slight chip at the end of
OFFER UP TO FOREMAN one of his ribs. The cricketer has
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO beo advised to have ultra sound
(AP) A one million dollar offer treatment to disperse the bleeding
for world champion George and he was told to wear a
Foreman to defend his title n corset. Despite Greig's injury,
Madrid, Spain. will be announced Susex put on a good show against
Wednesday here, It was learned here Hampshire.
by th Asociated Press. Fast bowler John Snow had
The offtr for Foreman to meet three quick Hampshire wickets for
Joee Manuel Ibar will be announced only two runs In one fiery burst
during proe conferene at tho and among his victims'wasSouth
swaniy nkers Club restaurant In African run king Barry Richards.


Tuday, Jne 19, 1


CUNT MI IT E

TO UMPIRE AT,"

WIHBLEDON
FREEPORT: When t14
Wimbledon tennis tournament
opens on June 25, the Bahatias
will be officially represented
by one of her foremost
amateur tennis players, Mr. f4.
Clinton Moultrie.
However, Moultrie will not
be a player at this event but ans
official umpire.
Born in Nassau in 1923, MrA
Moultrie was graduated from
Government High School. His
interest in tennis began as a
schoolboy in Nassau and has
continued over the years.
In 1948, the young man left
his native land to further his
education in the United
Kingdom, where he remained
for 17 years. During this time,
he played on his university
tennis team and later was
captain of the tennis
committee at Norwood Sports
Club. Under his leadership the
club won several major titles in


the area.
Moultrie returned to the
Bahamas in 1965 and took a
position with H.M. Customs
department as accountant in
Freeport, Grand Bahama, a
post which he held until
January 1970 when he was
appointed vice president sof
Intercontinental Realty
Limited, exclusive agents for
The Grand Bahama
Development Company
Limited.
Mr. Moultrie, a founding
member and past president of
the Grand Bahama Tennis and
Squash Club, has won the
men's singles title twice arid is
the current mixed doujbes
champion. He is also- a
founding member and past
president of Freeport Kiwanis,
a member of the board of
directors of Freeport High
School and a past president of
Freeport/Lucaya Real Estate
Board.
Mr. Moultrie has umpired
professional tennis matches in
Florida, England and the
Bahamas, but this will be the
first time he has officiated at
Wimbledon.
NEW ZEALAND CRICKET
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND
(AP) The New Zealand cricket
tourists took advantage of perfect
weather Monday for some good
batting practice prior to the Second
Test against England which starts
....Thursday.


PARADISE BIRDS seek to
end their losing streak and
maintain the standard of their
league leading sister when
they take on a determined
Ministry of Education, who
have yet to win with a 0-5
record in tonight's opener at 7
o'clock.
Threatening Heinekin
Gladiators will go against the
Police for a second place tie in
the Islanders League but
nevertheless with Gamett
Lockhart playing up to par Mhe
Police can very well hold t .
own.
Undefeated league lead
Paradise Bees W after
seventh consecutive
tonight when they take on
S.A.C.A. Ladies in the final of
three games at the CJ Gibson
Gym.
"For my team it's o$igW to
be an easy win after defeating
the rugged Coke Jets," mid
Bees captain Barbara Knowles.
"I also feel tt the gMne
would gop so t theanu e
sets Mt t owbag them "aeto i
more than eight points.


F