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VOL. LXX, No. 175 Thursday, June 21, 1973. Price: 15 Cent.

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FLAMINGO AIRLINES STILL NEGOTIATING
WITII GOVERNMENT OVER SETTLEMENT


Union meets


tonight


POLICE CHIEF

COUNTERS 'NO

, POLICE' CHARGE

I BY CITIZENS


over Flamingo staff pay





cuts by BAHAMASAIR


"- By NICKI KELI
THE BAHAMAS ENGINEERING UNION is to meet t
BAHAMASAIR against former employees of Flamingo Airlines.
The Tribune understands They all received letters of the en
that approximately 80 acceptance but on new wage Airwa
Flamingo staffers applied to terms less than those paid by BAHA
join the national flag carrier Flamingo. The reason for this, An
when the two-year-old airline reportedly, was to bring the that
shut down on June 17. salaries in line with those of Flam

NEW ZEALANDER Dockers chief a

TO BE U.K. HIGH

COMMISSIONER PM over foreigng
A 53-year-old New THE UNITED BROTHERHOOD
Zealander, veteran of both civil today called on Prime Minister L. O,.Pin
and diplomatic service in about expatriate stevedores whow'pres
Africa and the Middle East, has "contributes heavily to mass redu~dand
been named as the first British docks." '
High Commissioner to the UBL president Joseph for c(
emerging Commonwealth state McKinney delivered a letter to known
of the Bahamas. the Prime Minister this compa
Announcement of the morning following a suppli
appointment of Charles J. union-imposed ban on foreign U
Tteadwell was made in London stevedores. Mr.
today by the British The exclusion of the present
government. Mr. Treadwell will foreigners mostly Turks steved
tak tup his post as soon as the Islanders from Nassau's finan
Bahantas becomes independent docks came yesterday morning Bahan
o,.Ji,. ID, tba Foreign Office in theWNi t'4 announcement said. stabbing of a Bahamian earning
The new High stevedore on Bay Street near "We
Commissioner comes to the Union Wharf. yet th
Bahamas from Abu Dhabi in it is alleged that a Turks canno
the Persian Gulf, where he has Islander was involved. money
been serving as British Political In his letter to Mr. Pindling, atten
Agent since 1968. a copy of which was delivered McKil
Educated at Wellington to Bahamas Stevedoring "We
College, New Zealand and the Services, Mr. McKinney wrote: and ca
University of New Zealand, "We think you are aware of We hi
where he received his LL.B., the mass unemployment which
Mr. Treadwell served with his situation of the Bahamian "M
country's forces in the Middle people in the Commonwealth upon
East and Europe from of the Bahama Islands; we, the about
1939-45. stevedores, are part of the refuge
He joined the British-run people. How
Sudan civil service where he "Sir, we feel it must be count
served for ten years before brought to your attention that bread
moving to the Foreign Office the stevedores employed by expat
in 1955. In 1957 he was the Bahamas Stevedoring The
assigned to the British High Service (our employer) are 35 steved
Commission in Lahore for percent illegal immigrants who docks
three years, followed by the have not satisfied either your are e:
British Embassy in Ankara, Ministry or our union as to memt
Turkey for a further two years. how they entered this country, Bo
In 1963 he was posted to or what nationality they are, injure
the British embassy in Jedda and the attitude of the Island
and in 1965 was named British employer hiring expatriates was i
Deputy High Commissioner for even without the necessary yeste
Eastern Nigeria. work permit contributes meml
In 1966, prior to his heavily to mass redundancy of Th
assignment in Abu Dhabi, Mr. Bahamians on the docks, and it to be
Treadwell served as Head of is with this in mind that we are offen
the Joint Information Services registering this petition." incidi
Department, Foreign (Bahamas Stevedoring condi
Office/Commonwealth Office. general manager Carlysle unit
lalT lCe mt *mi Cartwright was not available Hosp

',0ar settiusat' 35 fired Anchor
MANAGEMENT of the Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation a f t
and the BaTelCo branch of the
Bahamas Public Services Union W st
were today. "pretty near" a
settlement of their yer-old wage THIRTY-five employees of Wh
dispute, union sources said. the 112-room Anchorage Hotel that
The sources said management on West Bay Street, who were the i
this morning accepted four of the
six major points of the union's fired last November 15, are by tl
proposal for a new pay pat and only now to receive two weeks on (
the final two points were to be pay in lieu of sufficient notice secor
dealt with when the negotiators of their termination of would
met again this afternoon.
The union has called a meeting employment the Tribune has Wh
of the general membership for a learned. matt
p.m. tonight in the St. Agnes The hotel's entire staff of Labo
Depending on what happened more than 80 persons was laid ruled
this afternoon, the union sources off when the hotel shut down secor
said, the workers would he either for renovations. Most of them the
brought up to date on the progress returned when the hotel was agree
or, if management rejected either of
the two renin points, a strike re-opened on December 15. existed
vote would be taken. However, on the day the the f
Contracts covering salaried hotel closed its doors for having
employees and hourly-paid workers renovations, management gave comn
expired on June 30 and December the Bahamas Hotel and two-\
Th3 l t year respectively. spark Catering Workers' Union a list and
two wild-cat work-stoppages, on of 35 names of persons beca
May 7 and May 22. management said would not be a gre
re-hired, and
T- The union claimed at the M,
time that the 35 were entitled ignot
under the work contract to A
BABY CRIBS two weeks' pay because they toda
were not given sufficient notice Mini
of their termination. subs,
-1V *llttfll U f On October 23 a ,,,ento in t
issued to all staff notified them dowt
F REEPORT ONLY that management intended to of tl
^'^^ ,- close the hotel on October 31. of A
May.


LY
his evening to discuss pay cuts instituted by


employees of Out Island
ys which merged into
LMASAIR last month.
informed source said
two weeks before
ingo shut down


appeals to



in' labour

OF LONGSHOREMEN
idling to "do something"
*ence on the waterfront
cy of Bahamians on the
comment. However, it is
n that the stevedoring
ny only pays labour
ed by the union.)
JNDUE PRESSURE
McKinney said the
ice of so many expatriate
ores has brought "undue
cial pressure" on
nian longshoremen many
hom he said are now
g as little as $12 a week.
e are not a lazy people,
here are many of us who
t buy food or find lunch
y for our children
ding school," Mr.
nney's letter continued.
are behind on our house
ir payments every month.
ive no other country in
to live.
r. Prime Minister, we call
you to do something
the foreigners be our
in the time of need.
are we to survive in our
ry when a half of our
is given to the
ratee"
ere are about 350
lores working on the
;. More than a hundred
expatriates. Almost all are
bers of the UBL.
th Elija Campbell, the
ed man, and the Turks
ler whom the union claim
involved in the stabbing
erday morning are
bers of the union.
e assailant was expected
e charged today with an
ce in connection with the
ent. Campbell is in "fair"
tion in the intensive care
of the Princess Margaret
ital.


'age Hotel


reeks pay
hen the union pointed out
the notice gave only half
advance warning required
he contract, management
October 28 sent out a
id memo, stating the hotel
d close on November 15.
hen the union took the
er to the Ministry of
ur, a Ministry official
that "although the
id letter did comply with
terms of the union's
ment, a condition still
ed which was caused by
irst letter ... management
ig given a second notice to
ply with the request for a
week notice by the union,
then laying them off
ise of no work, we feel is
at injustice to the workers
he union.
management. however,
'ed the Ministry ruling.
union spokesman said
y, however, that Labour
ster Clifford Darling
equently heard arguments
he dispute uand handed
n his own ruling in favour
he workers "near the end
Lpril or the beginning of


operations it decided to
increase the salaries of
employees, and it is this factor
which has led to the present
wage discrepancy between
workers of Out Island and
Flamingo.
Tourism Minister Clement
Maynard announced on May
16 that negotiations had been
concluded with Out Island
Airways to acquire their assets
and phase them out
preparatory to the start of
operations by BAHAMASAIR.
Mr. Maynard said at the time
that negotiations with
Flamingo were still continuing.
The Tribune has been told
that the question of Flamingo
has still not been settled, even
though the airline served notice
on its staff that their
employment would be
terminated from June 17.
TAKE OVER
The notice said that as of
June 18 all domestic routes
now being served in the
Bahamas by Flamingo would
be taken over and operated by
BAHAMASAIR.
An informed source said
today that all of Flamingo's
route licences were temporary,
except for the Inagua,
Mayaguana and Haiti schedule,
and on these grounds the
government, now the majority
shareholder in BAHAMASAIR,
has now re-assumed the
licences.
Negotiations with Flamingo
for a final settlement are still
continuing, but it is
understood that one of the
points at issue is the amount
owed by that company to the
government in landing fees.
As BAHAMASAIR is an
entirely new entity, a new
recognition agreement will
have to be negotiated with
union representatives.
Flamingo staff was
previously represented by the
Airport Airline and Allied
Workers Union, but the union
lost its impetus when its
president Cadwell
Armbrister --became the PLP
representative for Killarney
and subsequently owner of
Flamingo.
Out Island Airways has
never had a union recognition
agreement.
Engineering Union president
Dudley Williams, who has been
manoeuvreing to bring airport
employees into his union, said
that on May 24 he wrote Mr.
Edward Albury, then
vice-president of Out Island,
asking for a recognition
agreement and to discuss
wages, uniforms,
transportation. meal tickets
and working conditions.
Mr. Albury replied on May
30 noting that the assets of
Out Island were to be acquired
by the newly-formed national
carrier and suggesting that Mr.
Williams refer the matter to the
new organization at that time.
"We consider the present
problem of wage cuts a rather
delicate one and want to
explore all the facts before
reaching a decision," Mr.
Williams said.
A highly placed government
official noted that the
government was in business to
make BAHAMASAIR a viable
operation. There had to be a
standardization of salaries, he
said. and Flamingo employees
could not expect to come in at
a higher rate of pay than that
received by former staffers of
Out island, with whom
government has a negotiated
agreement.
The Engineering Union
meeting will be held at its
headquarters on East Street.


MRS. MARGUERITE PINDLING, wife of Prime Minister Lynden 0. Pindling (centre)
presents Mrs. Jewel Lafontant with the Tuesday At Home Woman of the Year Award at a
luncheon Monday afternoon. Looking on is Mrs. Judy Turnbull, Associate Publisher of
the Magazine. PHOTO: Fred Maura


Mrs.Pindling presents Woman of Year



award to US Deputy Solicitor General

MRS. MARGUERITE PINDLING, wife of Prime Minister, the Hon. Lynden 0. Pindling
presented the Tuesday at Home Woman of the Year Award for 1973 to Mrs. Jewel Lafontant,
Deputy Solicitor General of the United States. The presentation took place at the Pindlings'
Soldier Road home on Monday afternoon.


Last year, the first Tuesday
at Home Woman of the Year
Award was presented by Mrs.
Richard Nixon, wife of the
President of the United States.
Mrs. Lafotant is a woman of
great accomplishments whose
impact is as much physical as
intellectual. She was born in
Chicago to Aida and C. F.
Stradford and was educated at
public schools in Chicago,
6(berlin -College, Ohio, where
she received a Bachelor of Arts
degree in political science
carrying her family's
attendance at Oberlin into its
third generation. In 1964 the
Doctor of Law degree was
conferred by the University of
Chicago and another family
tradition entered its third
generation her father and
grandfather, J. B. Stradford
were also attorneys.
Formerly representative of
the United States to the
Twenty-seventh Session of the
General Assembly of the
United Nations, Mrs. Lafontant
was appointed to her present
position last December.
She is a senior partner in
the I1-member, Chicago law
firm of Stradford, Lafontant,
Fisher and Cousins, admitted
to practice before the Illinois
Supreme Court, the U.S. Court
of Appeals and the U.S.
Supreme Court. Mrs. Lafontant
has also enjoyed the rare
distinction of having her name
proposed for consideration to
fill a vacancy in the Supreme
Court.
Mrs. Lafontant is a member
of the Cook County Bar
Association where she is past
board member and treasurer;
the National Bar Association
where she served as secretary
from 1955 to 1961; Federal
Bar Association where she
served as chairman of the Civil
Rights Committee; the Chicago
Bar Association, where she was
on the Board of Managers from
1962 to 1964; Cook County
Republican Women, where she
served on the Board of
Directors from 1953 to 1955;
the Illinois Advisory
Committee to the United
States Civil Rights Commission
as chairman; Advisory
Committee to the Cook
County Department of Public
Aid, Cook County Welfare
Services Committee of Illinois
Department of Public Aid;
Trustee of Lake Forest College,
Provident Hospital and
Training School Association;
member of the Board of
Directors of Harvard-St.
George School; Jewel Food
Chain: TWA and Toote, Cone
Building Communications.
JUST HAPPEN
These are but a few of the
many activities in which she
contributes much of her time
and effort with full enjoyment.
Her every effort is devoted to
the betterment of mankind.
When asked to explain her
diverse achievements, she
modestly discounts her vast
store of personal skills and
varied experience and says,


"Things just seem to happen to
me."
In spite of her busy
schedule, Mrs. Lafontant takes
time out to engage in much
family activity with her
husband, H. Ernest Lafontant,
also a successful and respected
attorney and her 14-year-old
son, John W. Rogers by an
earlier marriage.
Presenting Mrs. Lafentant
with her award, Mrs. Pindling
said: "For you to have been
chosen Woman of the Year is
undoubtedly a magnificent
achievement. I am sure that
your consistent devotion to
efficiency and hard work have
been key factors in your
efforts to help mankind. I wish
to congratulate you and offer
you my fondest esteem as I
present you with this award of
Woman of the Year."
Mrs. Lafontant said that she
was happy to be in Nassau with
the first lady of the Bahamas,
wives of members of
Parliament and friends from
Tuesday At Home magazine.
She said that she accepted
the award with a deep feeling
of humility and pride.
"Humility because I
recognize that this high honour
represents not only what you
think I have accomplished, but
how much other people have
aided me, including my family,
mTy friends and my associates.
Proud, that it is given by this
outstanding publication, the
Tuesday Magazine, comprised
of men and women, under the
dynamic and sensitive
leadership of Leonard Evans,
its president banded together
to relate in a positive way the
contributions of blacks."
PROUD
"Proud that Mrs. Pindling,
one of the world's glamourous
and great ladies, is bestowing
this honour upon me at this
lovely luncheon. As the wife of
the Moses of the Bahamas, she
has actively and loyally
supported him as he has led the
Bahamian people to
freedom." She said she and
her husband had been to the
Bahamas unfortunately not
to Andros Island many
times, basking in its
uncluttered tropical beauty,
but never before had it been so
beautiful.
"In addition to the usual
sunny 85 to 90 degree summer
temperature, the thick, rich
foliage and the friendliness of
180,000 people, I sense
something more something
called freedom. It reached out
to me when I arrived at the
airport yesterday when one of
the young ladies said, 'certainly
you will return July 10 for our
Independence, won't you?' it
surrounds me now. Perhaps I
will return, for now I am
simply delighted to be here on
the threshold of Independence
and to see that Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling's sense of
balance and strength have
made Independence possible."
"She said that the 60 per
cent of the popular vote


delivered to him on September
19, 1972. reveals how highly
regarded he is by the Bahamian
people they know that he
will continue his advocacy of
greater control of the economy
by Bahamians, and in turn, the
Bahamas will continue to grow,
not only in beauty, but will
progress in its social
development and blossom
economically, as it leaves
colonial status and becomes
the newest member of the
family of independent
nations", a Bahamas
Information Service release
quoted her as saying.
Present at the luncheon
were: Lady Butler, wife of the
Governor-General designate;
Mrs. Clement Maynard, wife of
the Minister of Tourism; Sen.
the Hon. Doris Johnson, Sen.
the Hon. Mizpah Tertullian,
Mrs. Kendal Nottage, wife of
the representative for Grand
Bahama, Mrs. Urban Bostwick,
Past Grand Daughter Ruler of
Elks and State Deputy
President of the Bahamas State
Association of Daughters of
Elks; Rev. Lavania Stewart of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church; and
Mrs. Judy Turnbull, Associate
Publisher, Tuesday at Home
Magazine.

Ill flail kiledill

in apartment fire
GIOVANNI Parris, an
employee with Hamilton
International Limited, was
injured when fire broke out in
his Elizabeth Court apartment
at 3:20 this morning.
Firemen found Parris lying
on the floor of his smoke-filled
apartment in an unconscious
condition and bleeding from a
laceration on his left arm.
It is reported he had been
injured when he awoke and
found his apartment filled with
smoke and attempted to escape
by breaking a glass window
with his hands.
The fire was confined to a
sofa in Parris' apartment which
was near a small table
containing two water glasses, a
packet of cigarettes and a
bottle of Vodka.
Firemen extinguished the
sofa after calling an ambulance
to the scene to take Parris to
hospital. Hospital authorities
list Parris in "fairly satisfactory
condition."
Firemen were also called out
at 1:48 a.m. to a bush fire at
Carmichael Road, reports said.
No property damage resulted.

ACCIDENT VICTIM
MARK Thompson, 13. was
hospitalized yesterday after
being involved in an accident at
3:30 p.m. at Moss Road.
The St. Paul Street youth
was injured when he was hit by
a bus reportedly driven by Ivan
S. Rolle of Toote Shop Corner,
police said.
Hospital authorities list
Thompson in fairly satisfactory
condition.


By MIKE LOTHIAN
A MOBILE PATROL of
uniformed policemen and a
foot patrol of plainclothes
officers was instituted in the
western section of the City
"very soon after" 144 residents
of the area complained about
the lack of police protection,
Commissioner Salathiel
Thompson said today.
1ie was countering claims by
the 144 residents that the
Police Force appeared to be
doing nothing about their
complaints, which were
registered in a petitioji sent to
the then Commissioner, John
lfindmarsh, on March 14.
Mr. Thompson told The
Tribune this morning that two
uniformed officers in a ratrol
car and two additional men in
civilian clothes and on foot
were laid on right after the
petition was received, and they
are still on duty. The patrols
are working around the clock,
he said.


At the same time, however,
he said no consideration is
being given to re-activating the
former Western Police Station
at the Western Esplanade near
the Mayfair hotel.
lie said the station was
turned over to the Road
Traffic Department because it
offered no room for expansion
of police facilities. The
property was too small, he
said.
The Commissioner added
that the opening of a new
police station in the area
hinged on the availability of a
large enough piece of land.
NO EVIDENCE
A spokesman for the
petitioners told The Tribune
yesterday that "to date there
has been no evidence to
indicate that the police are
patrolling these streets
regularly as requested."
The roads listed by the
petitioners as needing police
patrols included Virginia
Street, Augusta Street
Dorchester Street, West Street,
Nassau Street, Delancy Street,
Ileathfield Street and
Cunningham Lane.
The petition said
purse-snatchings and assualts
were "common" and there
were also an "alarming
amount" of robberies,
stabbings, loitering and juvenile
delinquency
In November last year
Cleophas Adderley, M.P. for
Nassau City, moved a
resolution in the House of
Assembly asking Government
to consider the advisability of
re-opening the western police
station. He said he was
requesting the re-opening of
the station because he was
asked to do so by residents of
the area who were concerned
about mounting crime.
Government voted against
the resolution, claiming it
would put the Government in
the position of dictating to the
Commissioner of Police on the
day-to-day operation of the
Force.
Oscar Johnson, M.P. for Cat
Island, has frequently taken
opportunities in the House to
lash the police for their alleged
failure to properly patrol the
over-the-hill section of the city.
DAN WONG DIES
FUNERAL services for Mr.
Dan Wong, 60, formerly of
Augusta Street, who died at
The Princess Margaret Hospital
on Monday evening will be
held at Kemp's Funeral Home,
Palmdale, on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Father George Wolff, O.S.B.,
will officiate and interment
will follow in St. Joseph's
Cemetery.
Mr. Wong is survived by his
wife, two sons, one daughter
and five grandchildren.


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UA4-OVIET AGREEMENT ON NUCLEAR ENERGY
CAMP DAVID, MARYLAND (AP) President Nixon and Soviet leader
Leonid aenshev return to Washintoo from Camp David today for the
fomnal diping of agreements on nuclear arms aid atomic energy. The arms
accord is daigned to speed the trasteic akarm limitations talks in Geneva
The companion agreement charduled for dilPng today would pool U.S.
and Soviet research on peaceful uses for nuclear energy. The document
calls for joint work on fast-breeder reactors and controlled nuclear
exploinona. ( SlEE STORY THIS PAGE)
SKYLAB I WRAPUP OPERATIONS FOR SPLASHDOWN
HOUSTON SPACE CENTRE (AP) The Skylab-one astronauts were up
an hour early (at 2 a.m. EDT) today to complete the two-day deactivation
of their orbiting space station. On their last ful day in orbit, astronauts
Conrad, Kerwin and Walts are concentrating on preparing the ship for the
Skylab-two crew that's to man the station starting July 27th.
Included in today's wrap-up operations is the transfer of film, tape and
other equipment from the Skylab into the Apollo ferry ship for the trip
home. The spacemen cut loose from the space station (at 3:45 a.m. EDT)
tomorrow morning, aiming for a splahdown in the Pacific southwest of
San Diego, California.
SABOTAGED PROBE OF WATERGATE AFFAIR
WASHINGTON (AP) Ousted White House counsel John Dam
reportedly has told Senate investigators the White House and the Nixon
re-election committee sabotaged a pre-election probe of the Watergate
affair. The report is contained in a suminary of Dean's closed-door
testimony before the Senate Watergate committee last Saturday.
Democratic Representative Wright Pstnas of Texas wanted to.
nvetipte the affair through the House Banking and Currency Committee
after learning that campaign funds helped finance the break-in; but
according to the summary of Dean's testimony, the White House and the
C.R.P. blocked the Patman hearing by pressuring people to vote against
subpoenaing witnesses. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
GUERRILLAS ASK $1 MILLION RANSOM FOR THOMPSON
BUENOS AIRES (AP) A ransom of one million dollars was demanded
Wednesday by left-wing guerrillas for the release of kidnapped U.S.
businessman John Thompson, newspapers reported.
Then was no new information about a German executive of a local
nylon stocking factory who was the latest victim in a wave of businessmen
kidnappings.p
Thompson, 50, a U.S. citizen born in Chile, was kidnapped Monday,
police sources reported. The kidnapping, as the president of the Argentine
subsidiary of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. drove home from work, was
considered to be the work of a left-wing guerrillas group.
Newspaper reports said the Firestone office received a telephone call
soon after the kidnapping, during which scores of shots were fired in the
air to scare away spectators, identifying the kidnappers as members of the
Trotskyite People's Revolutionary Army.
The callers demanded a ransom of 10 million Argentine pesos, the
equivalent of I mliHon dollars, according to the reports, and said
Th4mpson was in good health.
JAMAICA APPROVES SIGNING OF C.C. & C.M. TREATIES
KINGSTON, JAMAICA (AP) Jamaica's House of Representatives
Tuesday night approved proposals for the establishment of Caribbean
Community and Common Market treaties to be formally signed on July 4.
The motion to approve the treaties was presented by Prime Minister
Michael Manley.
A member of the opposition, Robert Lightboume, moved that the
matter be referred to committee. Lightbourne, who later withdrew his
motion, said there were "certain things" he did not agree with but he was
not-opposed in principle.
TREE DEAD IN CARGO PLANE CRASH
MIAMI, FLORIDA (AP) Initial Coast Guard reports say three persons
probably died in the crash early this morning of a four-engine cargo aircraft
In the Florida Everglades. The plane crashed shortly after take-off about 20
mill west of Miami International Airport. Airport officials say the transair
cargo service plane was en route to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
CAMBODIANS FIGHTING TO OPEN ROADS
lINOM PENH (AP) U.S. bombers hunched more heavy attacks
around the Cambodian capital city of Phnom Penh today. And the
Cahlbodlan government says its troops are fighting to re-open two more
highways leading from the capital. Both roads have been cut by insurgent
forces for almost one week.
CILE PARALYZED BY WAVES OF STRIKES
4ANTIAGO, CHILE (AP) A wave of strikes called by foes and
aUtppoeter of PVrdent Salvador Aieane pmlyzed half of Chile today in a
Scofrontation that for anth has kept the country in turmoil.
udnts, workers, doctors and other professionals called their one-day
strikes to protest AUande's pokiaes to turn Chile into a Socialist state.
Thiv were joined by several thousand striking miners at the country's
largst cooper mine.
0i response the giant Central Labour Federation, which is dominated by
Soolalista and Communists, called leftist supporters of the Marxist
government to walk off their jobs and demonstrate.
As leaders of both sides flexed their muscles, public transportation,
inluing the state owned railroads, ground to a halt. Truckers stayed off
theroadl.
Sporadic violence, gunplay and street demonstrations have caused two
deaths and hundreds of injuries over the past two months and shopkeepers
kept their shutters locked tight in anticipation of further violence today.

BRITISH TRAWLER & ICELANDIC GUNBOAT COLLIDE
LONDON (AP) The Foreign Office reported Thursday the collision of
SBdtish trawler and an Icelandic coastguard vessel in disputed fishing
waters off Ieland.
No further details were immediately available, but the British Navy
contacted naval frigates in the area for an account of the incident.
Three British frigates are acting as watchdogs to fishing trawlers in case
of laddnts with Icelandic gunboats protecting what Iceland claims are
territorial waters.
PAMPLONA COMPLETELY PARALYZED BY STRIKE
PAMPLONA, SPAIN (AP) Negotiations are under way to end strikes
which Idled about 30,000 in this provincial capital city of northern Spain
teat .weekend.
Labour sources said they are hopeful the conflict, still Involving several
thousand workers, might be solved by next Monday.
The conflict over pay and hour began at an automotive (Motor Iberica)
plant n wk ago. Nearly 200 workers were laid off and some are still under
Thla prompted a general walkout that heft Pamplons, with a population
of 137,000, completely paralyzed last weekend.

WORLD'S LARGEST OFF-SHORE OILSTORAGE TANK
gTAVANGCR. NORWAY (AP)- Towing of the world's largest
,ff-Ae ol storage tank to its future ste nla the North Sea finally started
dusy Thwnday, a spokesman for the PhiUlipa Group of oil companies
annoued.
Hundreds of Stavager inhabitants wre up and about in the early
morunx to wteh tha spectacular 236,000 ton concrte giant head for the
Ikdbk OB Field. hauled by four tp in front with another two
couter.pudeg in the rear in order to steady the 90 meter high structure.
The towin, regarded as one of the most complex maritime operations
ever to be undertaken, has been stymied eance June 8 foeowing objections
fomNorwe M authorities to the chosen alte.
T'e teak i expected to arrive at the field in seven or eight days.


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DEAN QUOTED AS SAYING:


Nixon told Hoover


he might tap his


political opponents

By MICHAEL PUTZEL
WASHINGTON (AP)- President Nixon said at a meeting last
September that he once told FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover he
might me wiretapping against political opponents, John Dean has
told Smete investigators.


Nixon also is quoted as
saying in a summary of Dean's
testimony to Senate
investigators that Hoover told
the President that Nixon had
been the subject of electronic
eavesdropping in the 1968
presidential campaign.
There were no details on the
alleged 1968 bugging incident
in the summary of Dean's talk
with Senate Watergate
committee staff members last
Saturday.
The fired White House
counsel was describing a
meeting he attended with
Nixon and presidential chief of
staff H. R. Haldeman last Sept.
15, according to the official
su' -mary, which gave this
atc .i..
GOOD JOB
"Dean met with the
President after the indictments
had been handed down.Nixon
said Haldeman reported what a
good job Dean had done.
"Nixon said the Hoover had
told him that Nixon had been
bugged in the 1968 campaign,
and Nixon said that sometime
in the future they would have
to use it to their advantage."
The summary obtained by a
reporter did not elaborate on
this point but, a Senate source
said Dean had testified the
conversation referred to future
use of bugging.
Asked about the report, a
White House spokesman
repeated earlier refusals to
comment before Dean testifies
in public and under oath.
Another portion of the
summary quotes Dean as
saying that the White House,
on Nixon's orders, successfully

torpedoed a congressional
investigation of the Watergate
affair prior to last year's
presidential election.
The official summary says
Dean reported:
"Nixon said (William E.
Timmons should get on the
Patman hearings and make sure
it didn't get out of hand ...
White House and CRP
(Committee for he Reelection
of the President) blocked
Patman hearings by bringing
pressure on people to vote
against subpoenaing
witnesses."
Rep. Wright Patman (D.
Tex.), chairman of the House
Banking and Currency
Committee, sought to stage a
full-scale investigation of the
June 17 1972, break-in at
Democratic Party
headquarters. Timmons at the
time was a White House
lobbyist with Congress.
NO DETAILS
Sources said Dean did not
discuss the September meeting
in detail with Senate
investigators when he was
questioned under oath on
Saturday but that he indicated
he would give a more complete
account when he testifies at
'the Watergate committee's
public hearings next week.
The indictments referred to
were the conspiracy, burglary
and wiretapping indictments
handed down against the seven
Watergate defendants Sept 15.
Published reports have said
Dean interpreted the
President's purported "good
job" comment as praise for his
having prevented anyone
higher than reelection
committee counsel G. Gordon
LiUddy from being indicted.
Hoover died May 1972, a
month befoer the Watergate
break-in occurred.
The portions of the
summary obtained by the
Associated Press give a digest
of the Dean interview and
don't include verbatim quotes
from the witness.
NIXON MEETING
Dean was discussing a
meeting attended by Nixon,
Haldeman and himself at which
"Haldeman was taking notes."
A White House log obtained
by the AP shows that Dean's
only substantive meeting with
the President in 1972 was on


Sept. 15, the day indictments
were returned in the Watergate
break-in.
That was three days after
Patman sent his committee a
confidential preliminary report
indicating Nixon campaign
funds used to finance the
break-in had been routed
through a Mexican bank,
possibly illegally. The report
was leaked to the press.
The log shows Haldeman
attended the meeting, which


was interrupted by a telephone
call to Clark MacGregor, then
chairman of the President's
reelection committee.
Patman became embroiled
in a heated struggle with a
Republican member of his
committee, Rep. Garry Brown
of Michigan, over whether the
probe was to continue.
ARGUMENTS
The chairman wanted a
full-scale investigation,
"including the ust of subpoena
power to compel the
attendance of witnesses."
Brown argued that the probe
would interfere with the civil
rights of those already under
investigation or indictment in
the Watergate case or subjects
of Watergate-related civil suits.
On Oct. 3, Brown's forces
won. The committee voted
20-15 note to grant subpoena
power for the investigation.
Patman tried to hold hearings
anyway, but Dean invoked
executive privilege and refused
to appear.
Reelection committee
lawyers showed up for
MacGregor, former Attorney
General John Mitchell and
former Commerce Secretary
Maurice Stans to say their
clients were involved in legal
proceedings and wouldn't
discuss the case. The Patman
probe fizzled.
Brown said in an interview
Wednesday that his fight with
Patman started before Dean's
meeting with the President and
that he knew of no pressure
applied to anyone on the
committee by the White
House.
The congressman said he had
no contact with Timmons but
spoke with White House special
assistant Richard K. Cook at
one point who "just asked how
things were going."
Cook was an old friend who
had been minority counsel for
the committee before going to
the White House, Brown said.
NO PRESSURE
"My opposition to Patman
was full-blown by the middle
of September," Brown said.
"The outcome was still very
much up in the air, but I know
of no White House pressure to
influence the vcte."
The congressman conceded
that he may have been
"carrying the White House
brief" against subpoena power
without being told the White
House position.
Asked if his position would
be the same if he knew as
much about Watergate last
September as he knows today,
Brown said: It would have to
be different, but you must
realize all Patman had at that
time was a very sketchy
Mexican money deal worked
out by a contribution".
The White House has refused
to comment on summary of
the Dean testimony until after
he testifies "in public under
oath next week."
The Dean summary discusses
in more detail what it describes
as White House efforts to
sabotage the Senate Watergate
committee which was created
by unanimous Senate
resolution on Feb. 7, after the
election and inauguration.
"On Feb. 10 and
thereabouts," the summary
says, "there were meetings in
La Costa. Calif., concerning the
Senate committee, which was
coming into existence at this
time.


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9 MUCLEAl A.S Shootings mar Peron's CASIES, 27
a 5~ "NftwVmA


CAMP DAVID, MD (AP) -
President Nixon and Soviet
Communist leader Leonid L.
Brezhnev Wednesday turned to
nuclear weapons and the
troubled Middle East in their
third round of summit talks.
*'-The setting was Aspen
Lodge at Camp David, the
heavily guarded presidential
compound high in Maryld's
Catoctin Mountains.
Helmeted marines in combat
green lined the electrified
barbed-wire double fences that
ring the 143-acre retreat.
Before getting together the
two leaders conferred past the
noon hour with their own
aides.
In late morning, Brezhnev
was seen sitting on the patio of
Dogwood Lodge, a
two-bedroom cottage, talking
with Soviet foreign minister
Andrel Gromyko and
ambassador Anatoliy
Dobrynin. '
Nixon conferred during the
morning with two top advisers,
Henry A. Kissinger and
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
In Washington, meanwhile,
Treasury Secretary George P.
Shultz and Soviet foreign trade
minister Nikolai S. Patolichev
signed an agreement designed
to prevent double taxation of
Americans working in the
Soviet Union and Russians in
the United States. This fifth
agreement during summit week
depends upon Senate
ratification. Shultz called it an
"important building block in
the development of our
commercial relations."
In their talks Nixon and
Brezhnev are seeking an
understanding that could
quicken negotiations between
the two nations in Geneva for a
permanent ban on offensive
nuclear weapons. Last spring,
when Nixon visited Moscow
for his first summit conference
with Brezhnev, the ice was
broken on defensive nuclear
weapons.
In the Middle East, one of
the world's hot spots, both the
United States and the Soviet
Union have supplied arms and
general support to contesting
Arab states. Washington also is
the principal backers of Israel.
Knowledgeable officials
believe an eventual agreement
will depend finally on a direct
accommodation between Israel
and its neighbours. Still, the
United States and the Soviet
Union can exert considerable
influence.
In the first too days, Nixon
and Brezhnev were together 13
hours. Ronald L. Ziegler, White
House press secretary, said
three of these hours were in
face-to-face private discussions.
The remainder were in such
forums as a cruise Tuesday
night on the Potomac on the
presidential yacht, the
helicopter ride that took them
here and the state dinner the
President gave Brezhnev
Monday evening.
Tuesday night, Nixon
invited Brezhnev into his lodge
for a few minutes of
conversation and then walked
him home to the general
secretary's cottage.
UK'S LACK OF RAIN
LONDON (AP)- The British
wish it would rain. And rain. And
Rain.
A thunderstorm that burst over
London this week brought the
capital its first measurable rainfall
In 18 weeks, but the
weathermen amy a lot more is
needed.
If it doesn't pour buckets all
through the peak vacation months
of the summer, parched Britain will
suffer its worst fall drought for a
century.
Water authorities, alarmed by the
lowest rainfall since 1749 in a
country famed for the moistness of
Its climate, are already rationing
supplies in some areas and making
dire predictions.
SHousewives are complaining
about vegetable prices. A pound of
good quality tomatoes costs on
average 75 cents, and onions retail
at around 37 cents a pound. Thase
prices are double last year's level


return, force him to


cancel his appearance


By Wlam F. Nkholon
BUENOS AIRES, June 21 (AP)- Argentie stro"pma Jan
Domingo Proa bfhome aiMn today, his trump turnt turn -n
exaie p a tagic pamodeun of shoo.'n/
deathsi


Police reported 13 known
dead and 250 wounded when
gunfire from automatic
weapons and small arms
crackle through a huge throng
of two million gathered
Wednesday near Ezeiza
International Airport to greet
the 77-year-old leader.
But local newspapers, after
checking hospitals, put the
death toll at between 20 and
30 and the number of
wounded around 400.
Meanwhile hundreds of
thousands of disappointed
Peronists straggled through the
night toward Buenos Aires
train stations and bus terminals
for the return trip to the
provinces.
The government made
passage fee on the State
transportation system.
Rival Peronist factions
and snipers were blamed for
the hail of bullets that turned
the joyful welcome home
ceremony into a scene of panic
punctuated by the cries of the
wounded and the wail of
ambulance sirens.
The violence forced a
chartered Aerolineas
Argentinas jetliner, bringing
Peron to Argentina' from Spain
after his ouster from power 18
years ago, to land at a secure
air force base several miles
from the civilian airport.
CANCELLED OUT
After his arrival, Peron
cancelled his appearance before
the vast crowd at a
stage erected across the airport
highway. But he spoke on
nationwide television and radio
Wednesday night to express his
sorrow at the clashes.
'I give you a thousand
apologies for not having had
the opportunity to greet you
personally,' said a sombre
Peron. By his aide was
president Hector Campora, a
Peron' loyalist elected last
March on a campaign platform
of "Campora to government,
Peron to power."
Peron and his third wife,
Isabel, spent Wednesday night
at- the official presidential
residence in suburban Olivos,
where security was tighter than
that around his own chalet in
another neighbourhood.
He planned to hold a news
conference tonight.
The shooting tragedy was a
bitter blow to the Peronists
because the ceremony was to
have marked their leader's
return to influence in
Argentina, a once-proud nation
beset by economic malaise and
runaway inflation.
The Peronist efforts to unite
as one to ensure joyful
homecoming collapsed despite
weeks of feverish planning
because of feuding between
radical and moderate wings of
the movement.
The ceremony organizers
planned to release 18,000
white doves at the gathering,
1,000 each for every year of
exile. But their plans went


awry with the gunplay.
There had been r ,.joaic
shooting incidents earlier in the
day as the huge crowd
thronged the rural meadowiand
bordering the highway.
Peronist security men, armed
with pistols and automatic
weapons, supplanted federal
police around the huge red and
white stage.
About an hour before
Peron's blue and white jet was
due to touch down after its
6,000-mile journey, however,
left-wing elements of the
Peronist youth movement
scuffled with bands of
moderates.
Then a hail of bullets from
snipers poured into the crowd
from clumps of trees at the
edge of the meadow.
Peronist youth leaders
claimed the snipers were
members of the Trotskyite
People's Revolutionary army,
which has refused to observe a
truce with the Campora
government. The group has
been largely responsible for a
wave of kidnapping of foreign
businessmen.
Peronist security squads
quickly unlimbered their
weapons and returned the fire
as the panic-stricken crowds
dived for cover.
Newsmen, photographers
and members of the 400-piece
National Symphony Orchestra
on the stage threw themselves
on to the wooden deck in a
jumble of folding chairs and
musical instruments. Several
members of the orchestra were
reported hit by bullets.
"There was pandemon-
ium," one newsmen said.
"everybody was diving to the
floor."
'HANG HIM'
Several Peronist .youths,
grabbed a man anid shouted'
that he was one of the snipers.
They dragged him to the
speaker's stand as the angry
crowd shouted "Hang him!
Hang Him!" but the youths
refused and formed a ring
around the prisoner to protect
him.
As fighting swirled around
the stand, Leonardo Favio, one
of Argentina's best-known
actors and .a Peronist
supporter, climbed to the stase
with a pistol in hand and
pleaded for calm.
Volunteer doctors and
nurses attended the dead and
wounded where they fell as
ambulances, their sirens
shrieking, fought their way
through clogged traffic to
transport the injured to
hospitals. Helicopters were
later pressed into service.
Downtown Buenos Aires
was calm today with most
stores and offices closed to
observe the religious holiday of
Corpus Christi. The
Peronist-controlled general
labour confederation had also
called a 48-hour work stoppage
to observe heron's return
which was not due to end until
later today.


FEARED KILLED

PUERTO VALLARTA,
tMEXICO, June 21 (AP) An
Aeromexico passenger pime with
27 person aboard cruhed near a
village south of Puerto Valerts
Wednesday night. Aut-ortIMa ld
they had no indication there were
asWivon.
The fiery crash occurred about
10:30 pam. after the paiiie
apparently exploded over bandear ,
Day while on final approach to tha
Puerto Vallarta airport but there
vyere no firm reports from the crab
ite hours later.
Several Puerto VaUrta residents,
and the airport traffic control
officer report,' seeing a brigt
fiery flah in th ky over the see as
the place at. coached Puerto
Valiarta.
Pedroo Vga. the Puerto Vailrta
police commandant, said the plane
crashed against a hill near the smaUl
village of Chimo about 25 mfles
down the Pacific coast from Pur6fo
Vailart. Rescue teams had to use
boats to get there because of the
difficulty of reaching Chimo by."
land along the rugged mountainous
coast.
Vega said a school teacher from
Chimo made his way to Puerto"
Vallarta with the first accurate
report of where the plane went
down.
A partial passenger list indicated
there may have been severe
Americans on the flight. Fourteen
of the passengers who started the
flight in Houston, Texas, remained
aboard after the first stop of flight
229 In Monterrey, Mexico. Nine
other passengers boarded there
Aeromexico said. The flight was
scheduled to make further stops in
Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco and
Mexico City.
The control tower officer said
Capt. Carlos Fernandez de Lara
apparently had no problems as he
was cleared for final approach at
about 14,000 feet over the Pacific
Ocean. His last radio contact with
the tower was at 10:23 p.m. cat.
The officer said Fernandez Dellara
tested his landing lights and
suddenly there was a bright fiery
flash.
A RED FLASH
"We saw a red flash at low
altitude over the sea," said Luis R.
Reosales, a Puerto Vallarta resident.
"It was a bright light in the sky. We
didn't hear anything but we saw
this bright flash."
Aeromexico, formerly known as
Aeronaves de Mexico, is a
government owned airline which
has many international flights. This
was the line's first major crash In -
several years.
Puerto Vallarta, once a tiny
fishing village, was swept to
international fame when Elizabeth
Taylor filmed "night of the Iguana"
here and turned it into a jet set spa.
She and her husband, Actor
Richard BUrtop, still maintain a
house overlooking the bay. In the.
peet decade if has becomit a popular
vacation spot for Mexican and
foreign tourists.
The plane, a DC9, had
reported no trouble on the flight
from Houston to Monterrey and
departed on schedule for Puerto
Vallarta. The control tower officer
said the pilot gave no indication of
trouble before radio contact was
lost.
Officials say more than 40 boats
are searching the bay of the
Mexican resort city and heading
for the fishing village where the
plane may have hit. The village lies
along a rugged, almost inaccessible
strip of the pacific coast.



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A market: the only solution


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THERE is a great deal of talk at conferences these days of
improving the economy of places like the Bahamas and the
Caribbean islands by increased production.
There is no great problem about increasing production in these
islands. But all these efforts will lead only to disappointment and
failure until a sure market is found for their products.
There is a very limited internal market in any of the islands,
either because the people are poor and their purchasing power is
low or like the Bahamas where people have a high purchasing
power but the population is too small to absorb enough products
to accommodate large scale production.

As I have pointed out in this column before, the banana
industry in the West Indies is kept alive by an indirect subsidy
from Britain.
The sugar industry for this area has been sustained by quotas
from Britain and the U.S., guaranteeing a controlled market at a
profitable price.
I don't know what will happen with the banana market when
Britain goes into the Common Market but certainly this new
European alliance will tend to restrict rather than expand
opportunities for export from former British colonies.

The only market capable of absorbing large scale production
from the islands would be the U.S., which long ago has passed the
saturation point in its own production.
You will recall that some years ago the U.S. government paid
farmers to slaughter hundreds of thousands of pigs and plough
the meat into the ground because the pork market was glutted.
And many farmers are now paid not to cultivate all their lands
because the demand is already adequately supplied. I have a
friend in Florida who tells me he is practically exempt from
taxation because he has farm land and the government pays him
enough to cover more than all the other taxes he has to pay.
"The government owes me money, man," he laughed.
And so it is unlikely that the U.S. will open its market to
agricultural products unless, of course, the Government decides
to appropriate a large sum of money in the form of a subsidy to
boost production in the islands.

From time to time one hears of large shipments of food from
the U.S. as a gift to an area that has suffered a disaster. All this
comes from surplus stock.
Earlier this year the U.S. off-loaded 773 million bushels of
grain in a large-scale sale to Moscow because the Russian wheat
crop had failed.
Normally this would have been a piece of good business for the
U.S. but soon after the sale was made disaster struck the farm
lands of the U.S. with storms, tornados andy floods that not only
destroyed crops on millions of acres but also drowned the area
out for a long time so that new seed could not be sown.
This has had a disastrous effect on nearly every food
product in the nation. lBcause of the shortage of grain, the price
of animal foods has skyrocketed, resulting in a rise in the price of
meats, poultry, dairy products and every other kind of food that
originates with ground produce.

This ill wind for the U.S. provided a good wind for farmers at
Exuma who have been able to make substantial shipments of
onions to Florida.
Exuma has a large area of swampy land that is ideal for the
production of onions but their only market has been Nassau dnd
so the industry had to be strictly limited.
Had not farms been flooded in the U.S., most if not all the
onions that have been shipped to the U.S. would have rotted in
the fields.


This incident proves what I have said all along that the farmers
of the islands don't need anyone to show them how to grow
crops any more than the islands' fishermen need anyone to show
them where the best "drops" are to be found.
It is true that some of the farming and fishing methods in the
islands are not very modern but, even so, more produce is now
being grown than the available market can absorb.

It would be a great help if local citrus and vegetables were
properly graded so that they could be used in the hotels in the
Islands.
Long ago, when Sir Charles Dundas was Colonial Secretary of
the Bahamas and Chairman of the Agricultural and Marine
Products Board, he said that the money spent on bringing tourists
to the islands would not be justified until tourist money
percolated down to the farmer. He launched a vigorous
agricultural policy. I was a member of the Board and helped him
to promote his programme. Some progress was made .... but not
enough.
When I had my. farm at Camperdown during the war I used to
sell my surplus crop to the hotels. Oh yes, I used to drive to town
in a horse-drawn wagon and deliver my produce at the back door
of the hotels like any other farmer.
A great deal more could be done about disposing of Out Island
produce in the Exchange if someone in Government would take
the trouble to go around to the foodshops, the hotels, hospitals
and prison and solicit business for the Exchange.
There are times of the year when there is a great surplus of
bananas or pumpkins or watermelons or okras or citrus fruits at
the Exchange.
When this happens the Exchange should solicit the cooperation
of the newspapers and ZNS in promoting Banana Week among
housewives. Or Pumpkin Week, as the case may be. The Nassau
market is small but a great deal more local products could be sold
if it were promoted to maximum absorption. Publication of
recipes would be helpful. I was surprised when I kept bees to find
a book with more than a thousand honey recipes.
Another thing ... some effort should be made to use local fruit
in making drinks, especially for visitors to the Bahamas. In most
of the islands in the Caribbean native fruit is an important dish.
This is particularly so in Haiti and Jamaica. During a recent visit
to Jamaica I always enjoyed breakfast because a large variety of
locally grown fruit was placed on the tables as an extra to a
diner's order.

Unless America is going to do it at the sacrifice of her own
farmers I don't see any possibility of a major market being


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VENCIL TAYLOR, (centre) manager of City Markets on Frederick Street, winner of
the City Market Award shown with Mr. Gerald Fryers, City Markets general manager,
(left) while Paul Wells, manager of City Markets, Oakes Field receives his second prize.



Demands to know the truth about


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I would like to join Mr.
J.R.B. Henderson in an
expression of shock at the
action of the Board of
Directors in firing Mr. John
Chaplin, headmaster of St.
Andrew's school.
I am a parent and tonight
a very worried and concerned
parent. I am paying my child's
fees regularly so that she can
benefit from the academic
excellence that has been
provided other children over
the past 19 years by the staff
and headmaster of St.
Andrew's School. For 19 years
the Chaplins have dedicated
themselves completely to our
children and our school.
Mr. Chaplin came to the
Bahamas a young man, with a
young bride of a year. Their
two children were born here.
They became one of us. They
took pride in our school.
Between them and their able
staff they have built it from
nothing to what it is today -
an institution of which we are
justly proud. For 19 years they
worked harmoniously with at
least six different boards and
board chairmen.
But today, all of a sudden,
my child and your child are to
be deprived of their dedication.
Why? I have asked that
question over and over again.


St. Andrew's headmaster


Why? To date I have had no
satisfactory answer. And why
have I had no satisfactory
answer? Because I honestly
believe that the Board of
Directors are unable to give a
satisfactory answer.
Oh, yes there have been
answers of sorts. There is a lot
of whispering and lobbying
going on. But when I
investigate I find that much of
what I have heard is either a
half'truth or an outright lie.
Doesn't it make you sit up
and ask yourself who is at
fault? For 19 years John
Chaplin has worked well with
six board heads. They found
no fault. For a long time he
was a respected head of the
Headmasters Association. He
has kept the academic
standards high as a matter of
fact his school leads in
academic excellence!
And then, all of a sudden
John Chaplin is no longer
suitable to be headmaster of
St. Andrew's! Says who, I ask?
A Board of Directors some
jonny-come-latelies who were
nowhere around when the
school was being molded from
nothing. I believe it was about


opened in the US. for the products of any of the islands.
Whenever the U.S. has imposed a tariff on a Bahamian product
it has been as a result of a farmers lobby in Washington. This
happened to our tomato industry while Sir Charles Dundas was
chairman of the Agricultural Board. Florida farmers lobbied the
government in Washington and, although our crop matured
several weeks ahead of the Florida reaping, Florida farmers
wanted protection during the period their crops were on the
market. As a result the entire American market was closed to
Bahamian tomatoes by a prohibitive tax barrier.
**4*******
The only time Bahamian products get an opening in the
American market is after a freeze in Florida .... or, more rarely
still, after a disastrous flood has ruined crops over a wide area in
the nation .... such as the present time.
Foreign capitalists have gambled on freezes in Florida. They
have cultivated lands in Andros and Grand Bahama on the chance
of a Florida freeze. An investor might lose a great deal of money
for several years but he could recover all his losses and make a
good profit if the freeze came early enough.
But it would seem that there are now areas in Southern Florida
where crops are so seldom affected by a freeze that all the
ventures of this kind in the Bahamas folded up after a few years.
In one case a man stuck out several seasons without a "break".
He finally gave up. The freeze came the year he gave up.
This idea of gambling on a freeze in Florida is a big risk. I have
been in Florida for over eight months now. I was here right
through last winter and I cannot say that I noticed any
appreciable difference in the climate of Florida and the Bahamas.
Indeed, Florida has an advantage over the Bahamas for
ordinary living because houses here are heated to take care of
occasional cold spells. It can be bitingly cold in the Bahamas too
but there is no heating to take care of such an emergency.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: The Chaplin affair must be
exercising the concern of all fair and reasonable men and women
in the Bahamas. In 19 years John Chaplin, with the assistance of
his wife, Jean, and a devoted staff built St. Andrew's College
from almost nothing into one of the finest educational centres in
the colony today. The action of the school board in feeling they
have the right to dismiss this man without giving him a justifiable
reason for their action is not only immoral in my opinion, but, if
left unchallenged, would do incalculable harm to his professional
reputation.
The report of the affair in The Tribune says that this was a
unanimous decision of the Board.
I know some of the men on this Board and feel that this surely
must be a mistake. I suggest that The Tribune news staff should
make a closer check of the facts in this case in an effort to find
out what are the real influences behind this shocking decision
which must do great harm to this school, and therefore, should be
of personal concern to every parent of a child who is enrolled as a
student in this fine institution.


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Grace is given of God, but knowledge is bought in the market.
ARTHUR CLOUGH
**********
This little piggle went to market;
This little piggie stayed at home;
This little piggle had roast beef;
And this little piggie had none;
And this little piggie cried wee, wee, wee!
I can't find my way home.
Nursery rhyme from
The Famous Tommy Thumb's
Little Story Book.


two years ago that the present
board chairman moved his
children from St. Francis
Xavier's School and introduced
himself onto the scene at St.
Andrew's. Another member is
neither a shareholder nor a
parent of the school.
And, in my opinion, all the
Bahamian members of the
Board should hang their heads
in shame particularly the
coloured members for being
a party to such action. Wasn't
it the liberal John Chaplin
working with an enlightened
board chairman (I believe it
was Dr. Paul Albury) who
broke down the racial barriers
at St. Andrew's. No mean feat
I can tell you and something
of which I think they should
be justly proud. But then that's
gratitude for you!
John Chaplin can justly in
the words of Sir Christopher
Wren say with pride if you
want to see my work look
around you.
Yes, John Chaplin has
proven his worth. Can any
member of the Board of
Directors say that he has
proven himself as a director?
I as a parent am paying for
what St. Andrew's offers to
students under the proven
worth of John Chaplin. I am
not and I repeat I am NOT -
paying for a Board of
Directors.
As far as I am concerned any
Tom, Dick or Harry can be a
board director. But no Tom,
Dick, or Harry can be a
headmaster.
I refuse to let this Board
deprive my child of what I am
paying hard-earned money for.
I urge all parents to demand
to know the truth. Stop
listening to what is told you
behind closed doors. Demand
to meet with the Board (the
whole Board) in the presence
of the teachers (all the
teachers, including Mr.
Chaplin) and all the parents
(not just a "representative
body" I personally am sick
and tired of these hand-picked
"representative bodies"). Let's
get to the bottom of this whole
matter and find out the truth
for the sake of your child
and mine. If the board appears
unconcerned for our children
then it is up to us to do
something about it.
I personally feel that you
are going to find that the
Board has been meddling; that
there is probably a conflict of
personalities as a result of
which verbal swords have been
crossed. If this is the case -
remove the board. For God's
sake, give us back that
harmoniously-run school to
which we have grown
accustomed where
headmaster and staff work as a
team and where students
admire and respect their head.
I am damned if I am going
to continue to pay school fees
to assuage the egos of a group
of directors.
I hope that an extraordinary
general meeting will be called
and the board will be removed
forthwith. Give the headmaster
a board with which he can
work and let's get on with the
job of educating our children.


A VERY, VERY
UPSET PARENT
(We agree with this letter
writer that for the sake of
your children and your
school you should demand
the truth the whole truth -
and nothing in half measures.
It will then be up to you to
make an honest and an
unemotional decision . ,
remembering always, of
course, that the welfare of
your child must come first. -
Ed.)


Winners of City Markets 'share



in profits' scheme announced

VENCIL TAYLOR, manager of the City Market Store on Frederick Street. received the largest
contribution from the most recent City Markets "Share in the profits" payoff. Mr. Taylor who has
been employed with City Markets for over 14 years, received $835 as his share of the staff bonus.
Mr. Taylor, with the cooperation of his store employees, managed to pull in over the past three
months a bonus of $4,58for his store.


The programme, which
started last October, pays a
bonus to each store and or
meat department which
achieves a combined increase in
sales and net profit over the
previous year. A percentage of
the increase is put into a bonus
pool for each store or market.
Full time employees of the
store or market eligible for a
contribution, receive a share of
the bonus based on his or her
salary as a percentage of the
entire store salary.
Paul Wells, manager of the
Oakes Field Store branch of
City Markets, drew a cheque of
$435. His store received a total
contribution of $2,564 for
their efforts.
The other store receiving a
cheque was the Market Street


CALLS ON

ISAACS TO

RESIGN
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Recent events have proven
what many of us felt all along
- that Kendal Isaacs does not
have his heart in the FNM. He
simply backed the wrong side
and got caught short.
The voters of the Fort
Montagu constituency backed
Mr. Isaacs to the hilt on
election day and we were then
let down badly. If the
constituents who are
dissatisfied with Mr. Isaacs
were to write to the Press there
wouldn't be enough space to
put all the letters in.
I understand that Mr. Isaacs
said that if he didn't feel that
he had the support of the
majority of the voters in his
constituency he would resign.
If Mr. Isaacs is now a man of
his word he will resign. You
simply cannot be a P.L.P. at
heart and call yourself FNM.
It is unfortunate for the
FNM that their real leader lost
his seat. If he had been
re-elected the FNM would be
the strongest political force in
the country today. However,
without a real leader the
various anti-Government
factions are scattered to the
four winds rather than being
united ALL TOGETHER.
D. V. THOMPSON
Nassau,
June 15. 1973.


branch with a total of $1,393.
The meat department
employees of the Lyford Cay
and Palmdale store received
$180 and $450 respectively
for their efforts.
Mr. Gerlad Fryers, General


Manager of the City Markets, '
said that the results were w-
achieved through the combined.
efforts of all employees of the "
winning stores in reducing,,'
expenses, inventories and
increasing sales.


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The back seat is easily
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There is also loads of luggage
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and numerous large and small
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The bench seats are available
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and vinyl. This is standard.
And the rubber floor mats are
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The Custom Coronet has
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on the Custom is a simulated
wood-grained instrument panel
as well as simulated
wood-grained door trim inserts.
This finish is carried through
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colour keyed steering wheel.
The Dodge Coronet is in the
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compared favourable with any
other make for room for
that matter, with any other car
of any size.
A new item for the 1973
model is the Torsion-Quiet
Ride, a combination of
suspension items and
sound-deadening materials that
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characteristics previously
found only on the bigger
Dodge. And all this goes with a
wheelbase manoeuvrability and
quick handling response.
The Coronet has a single
horn. The Custom Coronet has
dual horns. There is a
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windshield wiper, front and
rear bumper guards and
hubcups.
The transmission is
three-speed manual with
column mounted shift or
depending on the engine size,
Torqueflite automatic


transmission is optional.
Safety features include a
cleaner air system with a
vapour sowver, an anti-theft
steering coluiin Iok, back-up
lights, a breakaway front
ashtray, dual braking system,
an energy-absorbing steering
column and wheel, a warning
buzzer if the key has been left
in the ignition, day and night
rearvie minor, padded
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visors, and soft knpbs on the
window cranks.
The Dodge Coronet is
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the assembly line but if you
want a super-perfect model,
here are some of the
optional.
You can have
air-conditioning, automatic
transmission. wire wheel
covers, all types of radios and
stereo. equipment, three speed
windshield wipers, upper level
fresh air ventilation, power
windows and power steering,
tinted glass, __door edge
protectors, inside hood release,
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who really want a sporty car.


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So even with that sporty look, you're still
getting a car that's practical to drive. Very
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Crust said the county's action brings the number of major law enforcement agencies using
AMC cars for patrol and administrative functions to approximately 100 nationally.


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OFFICERS OF THE PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL PARTY toojc delivery Monday
evening of a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Sedan which is to be presented to Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling Tuesday evening, July 26. The car, purchased at a cost of $42,152.94, is
a gift from the party. Shown presenting the cheque to Mr. Aaron H. (Kiki) Knowles,
managing director of Central Garage Ltd., is party chairman Andrew "Dud" Mavnard,
second from right. Others in photo are from left: Everette Archer, 3rd vice-chairman of
PLP; Gustavo Velasquez, Rolls Royce engineer; Anthony Esp, president of Central
Garage; Mr. Knowles, Ezra Thompson, council member for Centreville; Mrs. Thelma
Lockhart, assistant secretary-general; Cleanwith Dean, secretary-general; Mr. Maynard and
acting first vice chairman J. Otis Brown. The vehicle was paid for In full one week prior to
delivery.


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"SHARE


THE PROFITS PROGRAM"


46 employees of City Markets received their cheques this week representing their share of the profits created by their combined efforts over the past 3 months. City Markets
"Share in the profit" programme pays quarterly bonus cheques to each store and or meat department which can increase their sales and cut their expenses over the
compearitive period from the previous years. This programme must show the desired results to the entire operation for the company to be able to continue to make this
contribution. With unprecedented rises in the wholesale cost of food, City Markets decided to encourage their employees to increase sales and cut down on expenses. The
purpose was to keep dollar profits equal to the previous year, which means that it took a less percentage of mark up from wholesale prices to achieve the same results. City
Markets is committed to keep a fair percentage of mark up on food and to contribute in as many ways as possible to the welfare of the Bahamian community. Although prices
have risen at a tremendous rate, we have lowered our markup to make food available to the consumer at the lowest price possible. We are pledged to maintain this policy.
City Markets also makes a substantial contribution to the Bahamian people each year through our scholarship programme which was started in 1970. A total commitment of
approximately $350,000.00 has been made by City Markets to 62 deserving Bahamians since 1970.
We at City Markets wish to take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers for their patronage. It has been through your patronage that we have been able to give these
young Bahamian men and women the opportunity to get a College Education. It also is providing employment and career opportunities for many young Bahamians.


Mr. Paul Wells (right) manager of City Markets store No. 2 In Oakes Field is shown receiving a cheque for $435,
along with Mr. Vencil Taylor (centre) manager of store No. 8 on Frederick St., who received $835. Both men
were participants In their company's most recent "Share In The Profits" program. Presenting the cheques is Mr.
Gerald Fryers, General Manager of City Markets.

MARKET 2 MARKET 4 MARKET 6 MARKET 8 MARKET 10
OAKES FIELD LYFORD CAY MARKET ST. FREDERICK ST. PALMDALE
R05VIYSD A TOTAL OF RECEIVED A TOTAL OF RECEIVED A TOTAL OF RECEIVED A TOTAL OF RECOIVD A TOTAL OF
$2,S64 $180 $1,393 $4,583 $480


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By Abigail Van Buren
S197 Wf CCaMs TVllsmt. Ne. Sin., Im


DEAR ABBY: My wife and I are installing a swimming
pool, and already everyone we know is asking if they can
come over and use it when it's finished. We are not
rich. We both work and are paying for this pool with our
hard-earned money.
If we wanted to swim with a bunch of people, we'd go
to a public pool. We are putting in our own because we
want our privacy.
How do we tell these people that we aren't looking for
company after our pool is completed? Or worse yet, what
do we say to the neighbors when they come knocking at our
door in their swimsuits? HIS AND HERS
DEAR H AND H: People with pools must have rules,


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ANNUAL CORPUS
CHRISTI PROCESSION
THE ANNUAL Corpus
Christi procession in honour of
the Blessed Sacrament will be
held at Mary Star of the Sea
Church Freeport, at 5:15 p.m.
Sunday.
Corpus Christi (Latin for
"body of Christ") is a feast of
special celebration in honour
of the Blessed Sacrament
which was instituted at the
Last Supper on Holy Thursday.
The procession is not only
one of adoration and gratitude,
but also of reparation for the
crimes committed against the
majesty of God and for the
indifference of so many toward
the sacrament of unity.
The Blessed Sacrament will
be carried by Father Frank
Severin, S.J., a visitor from St.
Louis, assisted by Father
Brendan Forsyth, O.S.B. and
Father Cornelius Osendorf,
O.S.B., O.B.E. The flags of the
various nations will be carried
in the procession.
Benediction of the most
Blessed Sacrament will be given
three times during the
procession.


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but there's ase t in allen lag everyeae befre year
pool s finished. Walt til It's ready for use. sad aemats
nthem by ome.
DEAR ABBY: Women are getting so nervy now with
the Women's Lb thing, they ae asking men to dance.
I had a harrowing experience the other night when my
wife and I were at a public dance hail She left me to go to
the powder room, and you wouldn't believe the number of
klutses who moved in on me, asking me to dance with
them. I am 68, bald and no bargain, but that didn't seem to
make any difference.
Next time I'll go to the powder room with my wife.
Phocey on equal rights! BALDY


DEAR BALDY: Don't "phoeey" fast. Why shaldmt
women be able to ask moe to danee? Some men wedM be
delighted. And those who aren't can always say no.
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are legally separated,
and I am expecting.next month. The doctor says it will be
twins. [I already have one child.]
I want to send out birth announcements. Is this proper
under the circumstances? If it Is, should I write in my
name only where it says, "Parents" on the oucement?
Or should I include his too?
I hadn't even thought it might not be proper until my
family raised the question. They all have different opinions.
EXPECTING TWINS
DEAR EXPECTING: Under the reumtaoes, forego
th. no4t.at annmusemaft. Write a PeroUal ad 60 Yeow


DEAR ABBY: I am till chafing ovr the doctor who
wrote that he resents his parents for aeowlng him to be
circumcised as an lfant.
Point on: What mature pra would harbor su
resentment for a temporary discomfort that he can't even
remember? And point two: If he know his buaea, be
would know that cervical cancer among women w ee bo-
bands are circumcised i far lees freqo t than among the
others. SIGN ME GLAD
DEAR ABBY: I was invited to attend the wedding of a
girl who works where I started working about a month ago.
[Il cal her Role.] I accepted. Another co-worker who was
also invited added f we could buy Rode a wedding present
together. I said okay. We bought the gift and had It deliv-
ered to Rosle's home.
Both the co-worker and I got a "thank you" note for the
"shower gift". We weren't invited to any ahowe, and the
card we enclosed with our prePent plainly said, "POR
YOUR WEDDING." Well, anybody can make a mistake, so
I didn't care about that, but listo to this:
The day before the wedding, Rosle calls me up and asks
me NOT to come to her wedding because she "over-invited"
and there wasn't enough room. She called the other co-
worker and told hebar the same thing.
Do you think Rose should have offered to return our
gift? Or at least try to patch things up by offering to bring
us a piece of wedding cake? Thank you.
"LOST OUT" IN N. J.
DEAR "LOST": Elther your friend Resoe has cern
flakes where her brains belg, or he became addled by


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ARRIVING TOMORROW:
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41' 4FR SALE
SOWNESR House in
and Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
living, dining, kitchen,
uit, room and carport. Built
g and baker on lot 90 c
1I. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C103
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.
C10093
JOHNSON TERRACE 2t
bedroom I bath home extra
Iroom h or study, fully
?(r nlis hfed including
Nirtonditiohing, T.V. and
-washer. $25,000.00. Call
51884.
C10204
FOR SALE
DANOTTAGE ESTATE -
Fine residential lots from
$5,550.
HIGH VISTA A Good Deal
Lot 90 x 100 ... ONLY
$4,500.
SOUTH BEACH AREA -acre
size lots.. Price $7,000. 10%0/
Down with Low monthly
payments.
CANTERBURY PARK near
Prince Charles Drive In Theatre
... Lots 75 x 110 ... $150
Down ... Easy terms.
HAROLD ROAD ... 2
Commercial Lots opp. school
appx 3/4 acre Price $36,000
FARRINGTON RD. opp
RA.F. Cemetery Lot 75 x 160
Asking $18,000.
BEAUTIFUL LOT ... SOUTH
BEACH SHORES ... 75 x 150
ONLY $10,000
WULFF RD.. Large
commercial lot adjacent to
House of Labour Bldg ... Price
$45,000.
CARMICHAEL RD ... 2
commercial lots.. Each 106 x
166 ... Package $15,000 or
separately $8,500.
MONASTERY PARK ... Nice
lots from $5,950 $300 Down
... $100 per mth.
SEA BREEZE Lots 100 x 100
Frow ... 20% Down ...
Terms,
IMPERIAL PARK Lots 95 x
100... All utilities ... Price
$8,300 10% Down ... Terms.
LITTLE HYDE PARK 1 Lot
60 x 100 ... $3,900.
BLUE HILL ESTATES -
Hilltop corner lot ... all utilities
80 x 100 ... ONLY $6,000.
BERKLIY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATEFrederick Street
Ph. 21238 -- 24913
P. O. Box N4278,
iNASSAU
C10090
PRESTIGE HOMES
Phone 28851
P.O. Oox N-1469, Nassau

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

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

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

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

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

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


EAST SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 bedroom apartments. Living
and dining room, kitchen, near
Montagu Beach.
DREAM HOUSE on
waterfront Call for
Information.


4 UNIT APARTMENT 2
bedrooms, living and dining
room, bath. Completely
furnished.
2 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
- Centreville 30x100 has 3
year lease. $850 per month.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
75x100 warehouse 2000
Sq.ft., 3 bedroom apartment
'and 1 bedroom apartment.
I LOTS Coral Harbour.

LOT HIGH VISTA Best buy
o~f the year ONLY $4500.00
ifOR QUICK ACTION LIST


iMT4 US I


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.
C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
airconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10188
FOR SALE
A large attractive comer lot
Mount Royal Avenue, size 98 x
110. Ideal for commercial
purposes with substantial three
unit apartment building which
could be adapted for offices
and other purposes. Price low
for quick sale. Call 23921.
Ci0039
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 well 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 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
frontaqe. 84 ft. dock. Hoists to
accommodate 25' boat. Only
three years old. $80,000.00
Seabreeze Estates.
Call: G. L. Sweeting 22738
- 9 to 5 Mon. thru. Fri.
C 10207
FOR SALE
EAST BAY STREET 2
storey 4 bedroom 34 Bath
with living room & Ig f ill(
room ... oFef4Obks Ocean. Price
$150,000 ... View by appt.
EAST BAY STREET 4
Bedroom 3 Bath house with
study & sitting room. 2 way
water system fully A/C...Guest
cottage Salt water swimming
pool on well landscaped
grounds over 1 acre ...
$160,000
CHIPPINGHAM 4 bedroom
3 bath with Bahama Room ...
walled in grounds ... complete
privacy Extra bedroom &
bath with Den can be used as
efficiency $50,000.
HIGH VISTA 2 storey 3
bedroom with 1 bath & extra
lot Living room has fire place
...patio ...$65,000
WINTON HIGHWAY 4
bedroom 3 bath 2 Patios-view
of ocean asking $85,000
HIGHLAND PARK Lovely 3
bedroom 2 bath house with
family room & screened in
porch ... carporte & utility
room asking $55,000 ..
Furnished.
HIGHLAND PARK 3
bedroom 2 bath house -
furnished Like new $55,000.
PRINCE CHARLES AVE -
Near entrance to Glenniston
Gardens ... Large 4 bedroom
house with 2 Baths ... $55,000
... Open to offer.
WE HAVE HOUSES IN
NASSAU EAST FROM
$33,000 ... SEA BREEZE
FROM $40,000
BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE
Frederick Street
Ph. 21238 24913
P. 0. Box N4278,
NASSAU
C10203
Hospital Lane Shop, House &
Lot reasonably priced for
quick sale Phone 36104.
C10217
SPACIOUS EXECUTIVE
HOME
For gracious living and
entertaining on 150 foot
waterfront Lot, this is the buy
of the year for the person who
wants something just a little
nicer.


OTHER HOMESAVAILABLE
from $23,850 up. Call us if
you want to buy or sell Real
Estate.


GROSHAM PROPERTY
LIMITED
Serving the Bahamas in Real
Estate Sales
since 1947
107 Shirley Street
Next to Sassoon House
Phone 27662 or 28966.

r F0 RENT
-C 10087
DOWNTOWN PARKING
ELIZABETH AVENUE
Monthly $20 per car.
Hourly 50c first hour.
30c each additional hour.
ELIZABETH CARPARK
7-7387 or 2-4727


C 10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C10083
HI LLC REST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
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.
C10206
Completely furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 1-8112.


C 10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. Antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
%tircondition d, ly furnished
house t h bnfoucI.-"Lrg
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C10022
AI RECONDITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5.8679 Mr. Pritchard.


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.
C 10236
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment -- Centreville. Call
3-4128
C 10244
INTERESTED in leasing home
on waterfront Eastern Road.
Possible purchase. Call Mrs.
Saunders between 8 a.m. 4
p.m. at 24001.
C10248
STORE SPACE, East Street
South, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon Phone 3-5350.
C10249
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350.

C S FOR SALE
C10232
One XJ6 4.2 litre, air
conditioned, radio, A-1
condition. Phone 2-8079.
C 10208
FORD CORTINA ESTATE
1969, excellent condition, one
owner, expatriate leaving
island, MUST SELL THIS
WEEK! Reduced to only
$1,200. Tel. 36189 and 21901.
C 10222
1972 TOYOTA 1000,
Excellent Condition Available
1st July, Call 42050 after 6:00
p.m.
C10230
1970 MORRIS 1000. Excellent
condition. 15,000 miles. One
owner $1,100 O.N.O. Phone
5-3353.
C 10224
FIAT 124 Sedan, 1970, gear
shift. Phone 31518.
C 10231
1964 VALIANT. Excellent
engine. Ask at Coakley
Apartments, Farrington Road
opposite Treglown. Thursday


C10250
1964 BUICK SPECIAL. Very
reliable $350. O.N.O. Phone
31355.
C10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
'SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTION
1970 MGB GT
Hard top, std. $1450
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr., auto, blue $2400
1970 FORD CAPRI
automatic, blue $1595
1971 VIVA
2 Dr., Auto., Green $1695
1969 VICTOR
2000 s/w Automatic $600
1969 VIVA
2 dr., auto. blue $875
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. auto radio,
orange $3500
1967CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto white $950
1970 FIAT
850 white $495
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. blue $1850
1968 FORD FAIRLANE
4 dr. auto, brown$450
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU
blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr. auto, blue $1695
1968 PONTIAC
STRATO-CHIEF
Yellow $1400
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1969 FORD MUSTANG
A/C -$1950
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr, 2000 std., green $2950
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr., std., yellow $475
1973 VICTOR S/W
F.E. auto, blue,
856 miles $4400
1969 HILLMAN HUNTER
auto, green $750
1971 VICTOR S/W
2000 auto $1400 SI
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST
green $1200
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed,
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8.

C10235



PROVIDENCE

LEAtlNf

UNITED
Collins Avenue


liE SKEIION

1l91l VEIIILES

lul iisWRis


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IOWN

PAYMENTS START

ATt*300?'

AMERICAN CARS

EUROPEAN CARS

JAPANESE CARS


AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSIONS

STANDARD SHIFTS

SOME
AIR-CONDITIONED

SOME SUITABLE
FOR TAXIS



S HSCOUNT



IAK -Il0ACElEI

NO BETTER

BARGAINS 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.


C10247


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TOAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD LIMOUSINE
$6850.00

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, nice interior $400.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
blue, stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green, automatic $1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE
reconditioned $1000.00
1970 FIAT 124
stick shift $700.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
bargain, automatic $1500.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
qood buy $2350.00
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
red, automatic $1500.00
1969 FORD FALCON
automatic $1200.00
1969 DATSUN S/W
stick shift, red $800.00
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
1071 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM
SUBURBAN white $3500.00
1967 FORD CORTINA
white, automatic $700.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX S/W
white, automatic $1200.00


FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-4711.

FORSALE I
10177
RAND NEW Minnesota Fats
ol Table. Phone 2-8851

MOTOR BIKE
10181
2 SUzuki 250 cc. Phone
4635 ask for Larry 8
6.m. to 5 p.m. $550.00..
C10171
ORGAN. Spinet Model
Hammond, cherrywood finish,
as new.
MAGNAVOX, Stereo Console
Combination, Cherrywood
finish.
Call 3-1595 after 6 p.m.
C10226
Small Couch $90.00
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
'toad. Telephone 4-1296.
C10225
LEAVING ISLAND
16' WHALER 100 h.p.
4ohnson 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.
C10238
LARGE DOG'S Travelling
cage, used once.
Cost $20 accept $9. Super 8
indoor movie camera light.
Used twice. Cost $12.95 accept
$6. Telephone 52173.
C10240
PATIO SALE
Clothing, household articles,
records/books and
miscellaneous Items: Saturday,
June 23rd from 9:00 to 12:00.
Wllt Tamarind Aparto nt,
Sandford Drive left .off g
course road (Prospect Ridge).
C10251
DOUBLE BED, two chests of
drawers, bedside table. $100
the lot. Phone 31355.

PETS FOR ALE
C10237
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS
for sale. Already wormed,
shots. Call 21886 ask for
A#mstrong.

PETS i


C10254
GOOD HOMES WANTED for
kittens two months old. Phone
day 2-4874, evenings -
A I I*%.-


LOST DOG
C10166
BLACK AND TAN one year
old male Doberman. Last seen
In Marathon Estates. Please call
2024. Reward is offered.-


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

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


C 10200
GOOMBAY SPEC IAL
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.).
C10233
One F23-Trojan priced to
sell. Phone 28079.

C10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
58311.
C 10256
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES
19 foot Aqua-wet fibreglass
runabout with 200 h.p.
Interceptor fresh water cooled
in/out board, just overhauled.
Asking $1800.00 O.N.O.
19 foot Piranha cabin cruiser
of fibregliss. Boat is powered
by a 120 h.p. Chrysler Electric
outboard in new condition.
Sleeps 2 with head. Has
ship-to-shore and many extras.
$3000.00

28 foot Crystaliner flybridge
sport fisherman with twin G.M.
453 diesels. Has complete
equipment. $18,000.00.

AT THE DIVE SHOP
Don't dive with unsafe
equipment. Remember, we
stock parts for most diving
equipment. Included are, dust
caps, "O" rings, exhaust valves,
hoses, pressure seats, mask
straps, fins, knives snorkels,
decompression meters. Also
wet suit zippers, purge valves,
underwater light parts. Have
your equipment in top shape
for the diving season.

GOOMBAY SPECIALS
U.S. divers new "Mariner"
back pack with quick release,
carrying handle, unbreakable
construction. This week
$20.00. Beginners set with
mask, fins, and snorkel $12.00

Still have room for two In the
July 8th Scuba class.
Come see us at Nassau's most
complete professional dive
shop at the red and white dive
awning.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869
FOR SALE
C10259
STELLA MARIS MARINA at
Long Island, has for sale the
following: One GMC 671
marine diesel engine,
Model:6072A, 32 volt
starter/generator with GMC
hydraulic gear box, Ratio:
3.00/1 in excellent
condition; 1 5KW KOEHLER
marine generator, powered by
Waukesha diesel, Model: 180
DLC in excellent condition;
7.5 KW ONAN marine
generator, fresh water cooled,
Model: MDJE, almost new,
perfect condition; 2 GMC
diesel marngi engines, V8, 4
cycle type "Toroflow", fresh
water cooled, complete with
gear box, heat exchanger,
exhaust manifolds, turbo
charges and mounts, in
excellent condition. Call or
write Stella Marls Inn, Long
Island.


C10187

SPECIAL NOTICE
Now is the time to buy at Bill's
Real Estate where any
purchaser receiving a
pre-Independence bonus gift
value at $40.00. For
information call 23921.
C10186
SPECIAL NOTICE
BILL'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
offers lots 70 x 100 In a new
subdivision with all utilities.
Available at $75,00: down and
$80.00 per month. ENJOY
BEACH RIGHTS AND
PDIV ATF I AIK f*ll 921A


to Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. I
4.1102. itl A L a .


C9964
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

CARD OF T KS
C10253


THE FAMILY of the late
Audley Edmond Thompson
who died Wednesday June
13th 1973 wish to thank all
those who sent messages of
condolences, cards, telegrams
and letters during their recent
bereavement.
THE FAMILY.
C10252














IN sad and Iorng memory of
my dear beloved wife and
mother of five Ilean Corrine
Munroe who departed this life
June 21st 1970.
We have loved her very much,
But Jesus loves her best.
Left to mourn: Husband, 5
children, 2 sisters, 4 brothers
and a host of relatives and
friends.


C 10260


Betty Ann Barthlomew please
contact Howard Patterson in
Straw Market or Tourist
Information area between 9
a.m. 3 p.m.

NELP HNTED
C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN
MINIMUM E:.)UCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-S
years industrial instrumentat-
lon experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, Indicating or
graphic electrical or
mechanical Instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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-I00,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


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


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.
C7429
JOB TITLE: (THREE
PAYLOADER OPERATOR!
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
'years. Must be fully qualified
to operate 6 cubic yard 981
payloader.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Operate payloader to loa<
limestone Into trucks an<
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personne
Department, Bahama Cemen
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 chIdren
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas?
Then consider the chlldcare
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live in &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live
In.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have In
Service training on a conractual
basis. Must be willing to live in.
Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an Interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children. Box N-1413,
Nassau.


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/RESPONSIBILITIESt
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.


C 10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS
( F 0 U R ) M I N IMUM
EDUCATION: Good baskic
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.


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C7409
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
LEADERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
cement plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM Experience: 5-10
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct and work In Inspecting,
repairing, replacing, installing
and adjusting and malntnlIng
all mechanical equipment In a
major producing unit or
assigned area in a cement
INTERESTED APPLICA
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama cemset
Company, P. 0. Bex PF-10S
Freeport, Grand Ahama.


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JOB TITLE: (TWO)
OPERATIONS FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education. Training
and experience In cement
manufacturing process.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIESI
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry,
clinker and finished cement of
the type, quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING AND STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5.10 years in Industrial
Purchasing and Stores
functions.
OUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
Company Purchasing and
Storekeeping programme.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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 Cemen.t
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.
C7407
JOB TITLEs X-RAY
TECHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:.
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:,
Control, review, Investigate test
results and make repairs to'
X-Ray equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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
bulidozwrs.
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 BAhanm


AIR CONDITIONING AND
ALLIANCE TECHNICIAN -
Ability to design and erect air
conditioning systems. MaintaIn
and repair alrcondltionlng
systems, maintain and repair
refrigeration systems, maintain


and repair Laundromat
equipment, maintain and repair
eral houhod appliances.
Pr ty e n ssession of a
Bahamas Electrician
Certificate.
-The successful candidate will
be expected to inspect and
repair in order to uprate
eahmity of equipment, and
aet up an. executive planned
preventative maintenance
proanwmm In a large Out-
Island evelopment.
Send resume to- P. 0. Box
N-3 29, Nassa, Bharnas.


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JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
o Itd bokc ed ucat
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
1-1s years cement plint
melfntenan-ceexperience
DJTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate ard direct
mechanical maintenance
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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. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.


C7465
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI 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/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.
C10242
LYFORD CAY CLUB
RECQUI RES
AN EXPERIENCED FRONT
DESK CASHIER
-Female
-Must be able to operate
N.C.R. 4200.
Must be abie to type
accurately.
-Handle and balance cash
daily.
--Willing to work shift work.
-Able to work a 6 day per
week from Nov. until May.
-Must be Bahamian.
Apply in own handwriting to:
Accounts Supervisor,
Lyford Cay Club.
P. 0. Box N7776.
Nassau, Bahamas.
C10243
CHIEF INVESTMENT
OFFICER
Trust Corporation of Bahamas
Limited requires the services of
a Chief Investment Officer.
The candidate selected will
have extensive knowledge in
securlItles research and
portfolio management, and will
have worked with substantial
portfolios for some years.
Administrative experience is a
prime requisite as training is an
essential aspect of the position.
Securities knowledge must be
In-depth relating to at least one
of the major securities markets
of the world, preferably the
U.S. or Canada, with a working
knowledge of other world
markets.
Please reply in writing to:
The Managing Director,
Trust Corporation of
Bahamas Limited,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas.


C10195 "
BANK LEU INTERNATION-
AL LTD. requires the
following qualified personnel
for its off Ice In NASSAU:-
VICE PRESIDENT who will be
In overall executive charge
of" the operations of the
Bank. This extremely
responsible position requires
sound international banking
experience of executive level
Over a minimum period of
10 years, together with
fluency in at least German
and French and preferably
in Spanish In addition to
English.
ASSISTANT VICE-PRESI-
DENT who will deputize in
the absence of the
Vice-President. He must also
have extensive International
banking experience over a
minimum period of 5 years
together with either a
professional qualification in
law or a degree in business
administration. Fluency in
the same languages as for the
position of the
Vice-President is required.
TREASURER either male or
female who will generally
be responsible
Independently for the
administration of the office,
the handling of the
day-to-day business and for
.the maintenance of full
accounting records. Ability
and experience in
supervising a small staff is
desirable. Fluency In
German and French in
addition to English Is
essential
Safaril commensurate with
Experience and 0he position
'flled togthwer with the usual
bM Hi- will be paid.
Plese reply In writing with full
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LYFORD CAY CLUB
REQUIRES
AN EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY FOR A YEAR
ROUND POSITION
- Must be experienced
-Willing to work a 6 day per
week from November until
May.
-Able to compose owin
correspondence and work with
a minimum of supervision.
-Enjoy meeting the public.
-Must be Bahamian
Apply in own handwriting to:
The General Manager,
Lyford Cay Club,
P. 0. Box N7776,
Nassau.
C10258
LAND SURVEYOR required
by the Nassau Engineering Co.
Ltd., Suitable qualification
desirable but person with good
experience and recommenda-
tion only considered. The work
entails spending about half
time in the family islands
where all living expenses are
paid. Generous salary, free
medical scheme, and
permanent staff position to
conscientious person.
Telephone 22557 for
appointment.
C10257
DIRTY DICK'S requires :-
2 steel drummers.
1 Limbo dancer
1 Bottle dancer
1 Belly Dancer
3 dancing girls
For personal interview call Mr.
E. Burrows 5-8650 between 11
a.m. and 3 p.m.

POSITION ENTED
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 S
'C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.


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10038
JOB TITLE: MACHINIST
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use Precision
measuring Instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement,
P. 0. Box F-100, Freeport,
rarand 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 servl:e
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-I 00,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10023
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIR RMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial Instrumentat-
ion experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES;-
Install, repair, calibrate test
and adjust any type of
Integrating, indicating or
graphic electrical or
mechanical instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C7494
BODY REPAIR MAN AND
PAINTER required
immediately. Must be
experienced and be able to
work without supervision.
Qualified Bahamians please
apply to: Manager. Grand
Bahama Motors, Ltd., Queens
Highway, P. 0. Box F.14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island Bahamas.


HELP NOTED
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 actlvltleI
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 Kilos and
production of Clinker. Cement
plant rotary Kiln burnrman.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3.5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: 1 Personnel
Department, 3ahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10031
JOB TITLE: STEEL.
FA B R I C ATO RS
( FO U R ) M I N IMU,
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.
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.


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Brokereg Ud.
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
C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. 0. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C 10046
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.
C8107
TIRED OF CLEANING? PUT
YOUR FEET UP AND CALL
ABCO -TEL: 51071-2-3-4.
C 10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.

C10044
TROUBLES.... small or large
call The Plumber on Wheels:-
ROBERT M. BAILEY
P. 0. Box N56, Nassau
Telephone:3-5870.


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WP WANTED

title: CONTROL
OQM OPERATOR
RUM EDUCATION:
blthIc education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

1S5ES/%ESPONSIBILI TIES:
on"o. raw and finish grinding
S"brning process in
odtclng finish cement.
TiEREfTED APPLICANT
ONTACT: Personnel
hitmnt, Bahama Cement
company, P. 0. Box F-100,
report, Grand Bahama.
7407
0 TITLE: X-RAY,
CHNICIAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
ood basic education
INWmUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
r .
TUlES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
control, review, Investigate tesi
sus and make repairs tc
.Ray equipment.
NTfRSTED APPLICANT
;ONTACT: Personnel
epartnt, Bahama Cement
company, P. 0. Box F-100,
report, Grand Bahama.
409
OB TITLE: (F-OUR)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
EATERSS
MINIMUMM EDUCATION:
Iooi basic education. Good
ement plant mechanical
background.
I1NIMUM Experience: 5-10
ears.
UTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
Irect and work in inspecting,
epiring, replacing, installing
ndadlusting and maintaining
ill mechanical equipment in a
naj(r producing unit or
issued area in a cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
ON TACT: Personnel
e nt, Bahama cement
or pany, P. 0. Box F-100,
report, Grand Bahama.

OZE. TITLE: (EIGHT),
E IERAL REPAIR RMEN
IINIMUM EDUCATION:
-odd basic education. Good
:enrnt Plant mechanical
9ackround.
I f I(MUM EXPERIENCE:
-10years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIB! LITI ES:'
nspects, repairs, replaces,
Instils, adjusts and maintains
al Itechanical equipment in a
CN0 tt manufacturing plant.
IN RESTED APPLICANT
O*TACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
7496
JOB'TITLE: (TWO) PROCESS
ATTENDANTS
INIMFUM EDUCATION:
o0d basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3

!U'IS/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
patrol equipment circuit
making field adjustments or
hangs as required to correct
trolss and equipment
robems.
NTgRESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Fr port, Grand Bahama.

OS. TITLE.: (TWOI
BULLDOZER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good... basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 2-3
years. Must be fully qualified
a operate D-8 and D-9
Iuldozers.
DUTtES/RESPONSI BILI TIES:
Operates bulldozer for leveling,
road work, backfilling,
excavating and moving
,materials.
INTER .STED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
eprtment, Bahama Cement
Colpny, P.O. Box F-100,
Fr1abOrt, Grand Bahama.

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,OR FOR CLEANING
ISSUING TOOLS,
., GENERAL
H IAN.
S"RIK INTERNATION-
AI'IMITED, YELLOW PINE
ST'ET, BOX 265,


TTITLE: SUPERINTEN-


MECHANICAL
AI ITNANCE
,.UM EDUCATION:
W ilc education
OtjM EXPERIENCE:
0 years cement plant
ilmlnce experience
PU RESPONSIBILITIES:
0oh- &nate and direct
me a ilncal maintenance
CtH including field forces,
W shop and garage In
O a maintenance and
Ii *ion service for entire
.1*Iludes the Installation
i I machinery and


BBTED APPLICANT
'.CT: Personnel
Ment, Bahama Cement
1, P. 0. Box F-100
Grand Bahama.


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C7464
JOB TITLE: SUPERVISOR -
PURCHASING AND STQRES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years in Industrial
Purchasing and Stores
functions.
DUTI ES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Co-ordinate and supervise
Company Purchasing and
Storekeeping programme.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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 efficies
in the cement manufacturing
process while making a quality
product.
INrLRESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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 .Tracto.. &
Equipment, Ltd., P. 0. Box
N-3238, Nassau, Bahamas.
C1273
WANTED: FEMALE
SEC RETARY/BOOKKEEPER
- MUST BE IN POSSESSION
OF AN 'EXECUTIVE
S E C R ETA RY'S
CERTIFICATE HAVE A
THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE
OF BOOKKEEPING
PROCEDURES, MUST BE
ABLE TO MAKE UP A
PAYROLL IN ITS ENTIRETY
FOR OVER 100 EMPLOYEES
WEEKLY.
MUST HAVE SHORTHAND
SPEED OF 150 WPM, TYPING
65 WPM. MUST HAVE
KNOWLEDGE OF LOCAL
CONST RUCTION
PROCEDURES.
PLEASE REPLY IN WRITING
TO: GLENERIK
INTERNATIONAL LTD.,
YELLOW PINE STREET,
BOX 265, FREEPORT
352-8186.
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
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C7465
JOB TITLE: .LANT
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. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Randd Bahama.


C1279
RESIDENT MANAGER
FOR LAND DEVELOPMENT
Company seeks male Individual
with minimum of five years
experience in land use
planning, development, sales
promotion, public relations
and maintenance experience.
Educational requirements:
College level bachelor's degree
in business administration
and/or engineering Must be
Insurable to handle money.
BAHAMAS DEVELOPERS
LIMITED, P. 0. Box F-160,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Bahamians only need apply.


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C1272
Required immediately -
Business Manager 7 to 8
years- experience, University
-degrer or eqqlvalent. Business
Administration Certificate.
For appointment, please
telephone Freeport 352-2446.

C10197
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMI-TED,
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.
C1278
GOLF COURSE
SUPERINTENDENT
Required Golf Course
Superintendent. Must have at
least ten years experience in
running 36-hole golf course
maintenance operation.
Capable of Identifying and
treating all types of turf grass
diseases. Must also have
experience in using
neumaticides, Insecticides,
fungicides and selective
herbicides. Full knowledge of
golf course maintenance
equipment and willing to travel
to other company projects.
Contact Princess Properties
International Management
Services Division, P. 0. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.

C1275
GENERAL MANAGER with
extensive experience directing
all aspects of offset letterpress
print shop including; sales,
work orders, planning,
co -ordinating and
proofreading; responsibility for
typesetting, camera, presses
and bindery operations;
administration including all
accounting, quotations,
pricing, billing, collections and
purchasing.
EX PE RIENC ED
LETTERPRESS/OFFSET
PRESSMAN capable of setting
up all press operations
including 2 colour unit; hand
type setting, composition and
lock-up; overseeing camera,
press and bindery operations;
mechanical repair and
maintenance of all equipment.
BINDERY SPECIALIST
experienced In setting up and
operating cutter, Baum piler
folder, stitcher and collator;
identification, storing and
handling a wide range papers;
bindery hand operations.
CAMERAMAN to operate
non-calibrated camera shooting
half tones and line copy,
reducing and enlarging,
developing, opaquing, stripping
and ruling B & W and hair line
colour registration negatives;
burning, developing, Including
step-ups, a variety of plates;
storage and maintenance of
negative files.
Reply by letter to: Grand
Bahama Printing Co., Ltd., P.
0. Box F-11, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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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.
C1271
4-CAPTAINS: Minimum of
*three years experience in First
class hotels and restaurants
with French service.
Knowledge of preparation of
flambe items essential. Good
references and police
certificate required.
"'INE STEWARD: Dining
Room. Must have knowledge
of wine cellar operation, stock
and requirements; ability to
suggest, taste and serve
complete variety of European
Wines. Three years minimum
experience In First class hotels
or restaurants. Good references
and police certificate required.
Applicants must apply in
Person to: Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited, P. 0.
Box F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C1277
FIELD ENGINEER
A Field Engineer is required
for the supervision of
development schedule for
major Freeport sub-division.
The successful applicant should
be a graduate of an approved
college, specialising in
Mathematics, Law, Surveying
and Building Construction.
Knowledge of the operation of
waste water treatment plants
and all related mechanical and
electrical equipment would
also be an advatae. Past
experience is essential.
Coptact Princess Properties
International Management
Services Division, Caribbean
Utilities, P. 0. Box F-684,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island.
Ci0073
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.
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.


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rneO 21, 1973.




IN


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Big Q, in pennant form,



thrash Blenders 14-1 j


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BIC Q MARKETEERS increased their lead to three and a half
games over second place Becks Bees last night when, behind the
hitting power of rookies Adlai Moss and Eugene Higgs and the
three hit pitching of Andre Rodgers they thrashed Bahamas
Blenders 14-1 handing them their twentythird loss against ten


t-,s. who is making quite
an *ipiessive showing for the
cut dI rookie of the year
ard ii hni'ed out two hits
du(10 tiirce times at bat when
lie sco icl three and knocked in
Iw, D)tcensively at second he
h.id two put outs. Iliggs
lrion.,rlv of Flamingo A's
wh',St batting power lately has
been showing great form
r,, ,r,'d Iw" and knocked in two
lliv ng his two for two plate
.Ippea,,nce.
With eleven more games to
pl'.i including three with
Pi.Hadl>,: Island, two with
llcj'i t .umber and two with
.lit St. Big Q seem set for a
,tirc pennant victory this
Si ,I h1liey have one more
'gan' each to play the
Blenders. lDel Jane, Schlit/ and
Bckks.
Andr>- Rodgers, getting great
as,,istane from his infielders,
retired 14 oI the Blenders in
liim nninigs for two hits.
Rd,'ers watched his shutout
<) v .h,1in he wild pitched Paul
ihoils'1 liome for the
Bh-ln i-c sol- run. A two base
t hlicd crror on relief right
l ielIdl Mii shall Cooper put
Johnson on second. lHe then
,iclI tlhrd before he scored the
tliean2t'd rutn.
A 12-man second inning


-AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W 1, I'Pct. GB
New York 35 30 538 -
Milwaulkec 34 30 .531 V
Ilaltiniore 30 2h .517 I /2
Iktroit 32 31 .508 2
1tih(on 31 31 .500 2/2
('leveland 24 41 .369 11
West Division
hicago 33 27 .550 -
Minnesota 33 28 .541 '
Oakland 35 30 .538 %
Kansas City 36 32 .529 I
Calilornia 33 30 .524 1 V
Texas 21 39 .350 12
Wednesday's Results
Cleveland 7, Detroit 6
New York 2. Baltimore I
Chicago 8, California 3
Boston 3, Milwaukee 2
Texas 3, Minnesota 0
Oakland 4, Kansas City 5
Tuesday's Results
California 3, Chicago I
Minnesota 7, Texas 3
Oakland 11, kansas City 6
New York 5, Baltimore 4
Cleveland 8, Detroit 7
Boston 8-4, Milwaukee 4-1, 2nd game,
11 inning.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GD
Chicago 40 28 .588 -
Montreal 31 28 .525 4Vi
St. IAouis 30 33 .476 7'/i
New York 28 32 .467 8
Philadelphia 29 35 .453 9
Pittsburgh 27 34 .443 9V
West Division
los Angeles 41 25 .621 -
San I rancisco 40 29 .580 2 %
Cincinnati 36 29 .554 4%
Htouston 37 30 .552 4'/i
Atlanta 28 38 .424 13
San Diego 20 46 .303 21
Wednesday's Results
Cincinnati 7, San I rancisco S
Philadelphia 4, New York 3
(Chicagio 5, littshurgh 3
Montreal 5, St.. Louis I
San Dicgo 6, hlouston 2
I os Angeles 6
Atlanta 5
Tuesday's Results
Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 0
Los Angeles 3, Atlanta 0
tiouston 7, S n Diego 3
Montreal 3, St. Louis I
1'hiladelphia 6, New York I
Chicago 6-3, Pittsburgh 3-4


which was complimented by
Hliggs' two rbi single topped
the Marketeers' victory. They
pounded starter and losing
pitcher Barry Carroll for six
runs in that inning before he
was relieved by Joe
Pennerman. Carroll in that
inning gave up three hits and
three walks. Pennerman gave


FRANKIE SWEETING ....
his strong right hand one hit
Bahamas Blenders.

up five hits, one walk and hit
one batter with the pitch.


Fdwin Newbold who batted
twice in that inning officially
once scored two and
knocked in two. With bases
loaded, Newbold during his
first time at bat drew a walk.
During his second time at bat
he drove in Higgs. Moss who
scored on Ed Moxey's sac fly
in the first inning came back
and scored two and knocked in
two in the second inning rally.
Moxey drew a walk with bases
loaded in the second inning for
his second rbi.
Marshall Cooper scored Big
Q's final run in the bottom of
the fourth when he was driven
in by Randy Rodgers' infield
hit. Cooper doubled and stole
third. The third hit of that
inning came from Vince
Albury.
Everette Neily's single,
Ronald Smith's double and
pinch hitter Stan Smith's
double were the Blenders hits.
Neily and Smith went one for
two.
Defensively for Big Q,
Adrian Rodgers at first, catcher
Ed Moxey and Randy Rodgers
at short had three put outs
each. Andre Rodgers and
Randy Rodgers had two assists
each.


TONIGHT'S GAMES
A WIN for Jet Set tonight
will place them in a tie for
second place with Becks Bees.
Jet Set (21-11) meet Heastie
Lumber (1-31) in the first
game 7:00 at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Bahamas Blenders (10-23)
takes on Paradise Island
(14-16) in the second game at
9:30.


FRANK SWEETING

PITCHES INE-NITTER

FOR IEL JANE
PACED BY THE
OFFENSIVE and defensive
playing of first baseman
Michael Major together with
the one-hit pitching of Frankie
Sweeting, Del Jane Saints
remain contenders for the
championship playoffs by
defeating Paradise Island 4-1
last night to win their
eighteenth game while holding
sole possession of fourth place.
Maior. who started Del
Jane's two-run third inning,
collected two hits during two
official times at bat and scored
one. He collected eight put
outs and one stolen base.
Sweeting in picking up the
win struck out four, walked
one and hit two batters with
the pitch, The run against him
was unearned. Basil Hall, who
took the loss, struck out four,
walked four and gave up five
hits. Two of the runs against


him were unearned.
Major who got the first hit
of the game, was followed by
second baseman Carlton Neily
with a valk. A sac bunt by
Sweeting advanced both
batters. John Adderley then
drove a liner past the pitcher to
the short stop who got the
assist putting out Adderley at
first. However, a throwing
error on the first baseman saw
Major and Neily scoring the
first two.
Joe McPhee's sac fly in the
bottom of the fourth drove in
John Williams moving the
Saints ahead 3-0. Williams got a
walk and advanced on Wardy
Ford's single.
A two-base error in the top
of the fifth destroyed
Sweeting's shutout as Paul
Demeritte, who got to second,
scored on Leslie Johnson's rbi
single.
Adderley topped Del Jane's
victory when, with two stolen
bases, he stole home. He took a
walk, stole second and
advanced to third on Benny
Bain's single.*
DEL JANE SAINTS
ab r h rbi
J. Adderley 2 I 0 0
B. Bain 3 0 1 0
J. Williams 2 1 0 0
W. Ford 3 0 1 0
S. Outten 3 0 1 0
J. McPhee 2 0 0 I
M. Major 2 1 2 0
C. Nely 2 1 0 0
F. Sweeting I 0 0
PARADISE ISLAND
S. Adderley 2 0 0 0
V. Wathins 0 0 0 0
C. Mortimer 3 0 0 0
K. Gomez 3 0 0 0
S. Johnson 2 0 0 0
B. Hall 3 0 0 0
PI. Demeritte 3 I 0 0
L. Johnson 2 0 I 1
B. Golbert I 0 0 0
M. Demeritte 2 0 0 0
VOLLEYBALL GAMES
BOTH BEC and Pizza Solo will
try to break their 3-2 win-loss tie
for second place in the volleyball
standings when they meet Ed's
DugoUt and Prince Williams
respectively in the second and third
games tonight at the C. 1. (ilbson
gym.
Ed's Dugout are working against
five loses with no wins so far
Pizza Solo blasted Prince Will
when they last met, 15-7, 15-7,
21-19.
The Paradise Giants lead the
standings with five consecutive
wins.
In the 7 p.m. opener tonight, the
Coca Cola Jets take on SACA


STILL STRIVING ALONG THE COME BACK TRAIL,
Del Jane Saints now hold fourth spot with hopes of
upsetting the playoffs. The team (from left-standing) Eddie
Ford, L. Culmer, Michael Moss, John Williams, Wardy Ford,
Carlton Neily, Benny Bain, Charles Williams (manager);
(Kneeling): Jim Woods, Michael Major, Joe McPhee,
Glenroy Saunders, John Adderley, Dave Woods and sitting
is Sidney Outten.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


Thurda y -June 21.1973.

WASliINTM lRISKINS PFlSPECT LEAVES JILYT I



Allan Ingraham will be 'idln hisl



thing' for the Bahamas a MJly

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
ON TUESDAY, JULY 10 when Overy other Bahamian is celebrating our birth as an independMlt
Bahassms, Allan Ingraham will be working. The 24-year-old -foot six-inches. 225 poItA
linebacker leaves July 9 for the Wushington Redekins Football Camp where he will continue 9W
S training with high hopes of making the Radddms team this coming seon. e


"I believe I can do more for
the Bahamas on July 10 in
Washington than I can if I was
over here," said an enthusiastic
Ingraham. "If I am over here
I'll only be celebrating, but
over there I'll be learning."
In fact, Ingraham has a right
to be enthusiastic because four
weeks ago he was invited to the
Redskins camp for the second
time. This time he was the only
rookie there. During the
four-day session he worked out
with the three veteran
linebackers including Steve


Prime Minister presents sports trophies
VOLLEYBALL'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Florence Rolle and basketball's most
valuable player Sterling Quant respectively receive the Sportswoman and Sportsman of
the Year Award the Prime Minister's Trophy from Prime Minister Lynden Pindling
this morning at the Cabinet Office. At left is Dr. Norman Gay, president of the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation and vice president of the Bahamas Federation of Amateur Sports.
At right is Mr. Vince Ferguson president of the Bahamas Amateur Basketball Association
and president of the B.F.A.S. Quant and Rolle were nominated Sportsman and
Sportswoman of 1972 during the B.F.A.S.' awards presentation on March 17. The
trophies have only just arrived.

U.S. BASEBALL Greig saves England collapse


ROUNDUP
NFEW YORK, JUNE 21 (AP) --
Who was that designated hitter?
That was no designated hitter -
that was Cy Acosta.
The Chicago White Sox player
Wednesday became the first pitcher
to hit for himself in the American
League's year of the designated
hitter.
Acosta, who struck out, batted
in the eighth inning and the White
Sox went on to whip the California
Angels 8-3. Angel hurler Nolan
Ryan struck out six White Sox to
boost his major league lead to 155
but didn't last through Chicago's
seventh-inning explosion.
George Hendrick knocked In the
winning run with a single In the last
of the ninth inning to power
Cleveland over Detroit 7-6.
Hendrick won Tuesday night's
game for the Indians in exactly the
same manner.


Designated hitter Jim Ray Hart
hit a two-run homer and Sparky
Lyle rescued Mel Stottlemyre from
an eighth-inning jam to help New
York beat Baltimore 2-1.
Stottlemyre had a one-hitter going
until the Orioles mounted their
biggest threat of the night in the
eighth.
Kurt Ievacqua delivered the
winning run with a sacrifice fly in
the 12th inning to give Kansas City
its triumph over Oakland 5-4. The
A's tied the game 4-4 with two runs
in the ninth on an rbi double by
Gene Tenace and a sacrifice fly by
Joe KRudi.
Rick Miller and Reggie Smith
belted home runs and Bill Lee
scattered nine hits to lead Boston
over Milwaukee 3-2. It was the
Brewers' third straight loss after 10
straight triumphs.


as they struggle to 240 for 9
LONDON (AP) Battling Tony Greig steered England's
cricket team away from disaster in the Second Test against New
Zealand Thursday with a heroic 63 as his colleagues tumbled


around him.
South African-born Greig,
suffering with internal bleeding
from a rib injury and strapped
up in a corset to enable him to
play, smashed two mighty sixes
on his way to half a century in
102 minutes.
Greig only decided one hour
before the match started that
he is fit enough to play. It was
just as well for England that he
did.
After a fairly efficient start,
England collapsed dramatically
from 155 for three to 175 for
six following the tea interval.
By the time he was out,
Greig had taken some of the
sting out of New Zealand's
virile attack and England were
on 240 for nine wickets at
close of play.
Greig's downfall came just
five minutes before the end
when he attempted another big
hit off Dick Collinge, got an
outside edge from one that
moved away, and was caught in
the gully by Hedley Howarth.
Earlier, Geoff Boycott and
Graham Roope made valuable
contributions of 61 and 56
respectively. But after New
Zealand captain Bev Congdon
won the toss and put England
in to bat it was always on the
cards that his bowlers wpuld
break through. But the bowling
of Dick Collinge and Dale
Hadlee was spiteful as the
pacemen took advantage of the
fast green pitch. But several


half chances went begging and
most of the luck was with
England.
Hedley Howarth, brought
into the New England lineup
after missing the First Test
through injury, also caused
plenty of problems with his
cleverly flighted slow left arm
spinners.
Collinge was rewarded with
the valuable wicket of Boycott
and later the priceless trophy
of Greig, while Howarth's
victims included Roope and
Keith Fletcher, who made a
promising 25 before trying to
hit out of the ground.
Howarth finished the first
day as New Zealand's most
successful bowler with three
wickets for 42, while Collinge
took two for 62.


SCOREBOARD:
ENGLAND first innings:
Geoff Boycott c. Parker b. Collinge
61
Dennis Amiss, c. Howarth, b.
Hadlee 9
Graham Roope, LBW Howarth 56
Keith Fletcher, c. Pollard b.
Howarth 25
Tony Greig c. Howarth b. Collinge
63
Ray Illingworth c. Collinge b.
Hadlee 3
Alan Knott b. Hadlee 3
Chris Old b. Howarth 7
John Snow b. Taylor 2
Geoff Arnold not out 2
Norman Gifford not out 2
EXTRAS 7
TOTAL FOR NINE WICKETS:
240


Champion Stan Smith joins 32


others in Wimbledon boycott


LONDON (AP) The
Wimhledon tennis tournament
began falling apart Wednesday as a
large group of militant men stars
pulled out in sympathy with Nikki
i'Plic. ihe suspended Yugoslav. The
girls alsu threatened to join the
hbo cott.
Bi evening 33 men had signed
forms withdrawing from next
week's championships in response
to a strike call b) the Association
of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Stan
Smith. reigning Wimhledon
champion., was amung them.
Some 40 more were expected to
follow.


ALLAN INGRAHAM
Kiner and Harold McLinto.
From that session, Ingraham
said that it appears that he will
be the number four man they
need. "They (the veterans)
have been exceptionally
helpful to me," he said.
The four-day workout
included two one and a half
hour sessions each day of


whole training camp
programme," said Alien in a
letter.
"Training is hard when you
first get into it," said Ingraham
"but when you get in shape
there is no turning back."
Right now Ingraham said that
he can train excessively hard
and go through a routine day
with no problems of fatigue.
TOUGH TRAINING
His training sessions in
Nassau consists of running over
a mile a day excluding sprints
and running backwards which
is very important for a player
in his position. In the
afternoon he does his gym
work. Sometimes, he tries to
get in two gym sessions per
day, if not he does the final
workout extra hard. "I will not
get kicked out of camp for
being out of shape," he smiled
confidently. "The only thing I
have to work on now is my


classroom and practical work. class room work.
The classroom work dealt with "They don't waste any time
audibles, viewing of football in camp," Ingraham pointed
films and diagrams. On the out. "They don't keep
field, they put into practice anybody there doing nothing."
what they studied in class. Working towards the coming
'Their class instructor is Jack series he says: "For me to
Parade, the Redskins make the team will be a big
linebacker last year. "What I achievement for me and it will
learned in class, I never learned pave the way for a lot of other
in Nassau all my time I've been Bahamians. If I make it, I
here," said Ingraham. believe a lot of other guys will
Ingraham, a former safety try harder." As a matter of
with the Stingrays was picked fact, Ingraham's name will be
by Redskins' head coach on the lips of many other
George Allen for trials along coaches in the United States
with Jets defenseman Godwin who in turn will come to the
Blyden, after he viewed their Bahamas in search of talent.
performance, in an all-star game After seeing the other
on February 21. Ingraham was players work out, Ingraham
among 15 players selected said that he saw a lot of local
from 438 others. Blyden failed natural talent that can very
to make the list. well top those in the United
BETTER LINEBACKER States. "That's why I have to
Although Ingraham with pave the way," he said. Among
nine interceptions to his credit the local talent lngraham
during last season won the best. pointed out Godwin Blyden,
safety award, Allen after Minky Isaacs, Don Huyler,
observing his performance was Fletcher Dillett, Porky Dors.tk
convinced he was a better and Basil Hall as being good
linebacker. "The coach felt prospects.
that my talents would be Since Ingraham returned
better used as a linebacker from camp, he has' imported
because I'm a very agreesive his knowledge by way of
player and I hit hard and clinics to many players in
often," said Ingraham. Freeport and New Providence.
Actually, due to the retirement This is one of the many good
of Parde, there is a vacancy in points why Bahamian athletes
the Redskins lineup. Ingraham should see more major league
was the only playerin camp to action. "Freeport," Ingraham

tryout for two positions husaid, "Hastic." Freeport will bemost
safety and linebacker, enthusiastic." Freeport will be
Although he is elated ver enter ing a teams American
his success in such a sior football Association's Ameriaes.
period, Ingraham fully reaises All in all Assoiation's series.
that it has only just begun and All in all, "nothing but good
it is important that he keeps in things," are happening now he
the best physical shape. For said. "It's better now than it
the past two months he ever was. I'll be doing my thing
worked out every day and now forth Bahamas on July 10.
that spring training nears he GEORGE FOREMAN
has increased training to three FILES FOR DIVORCE
times per day. HOUSTON (AP)- Heavyweight
champion George Foreman, 24, has
It is an advantage to report filed suit for a divorce from his
to camp in tip top shape wife, Adrianne Ray Foreman.
because he plays his first game Robert Lord, Foreman's lawyer,
a scrimmage on July 14 said demands on the boxer's time in
a t imoe Con lts a meeting responsibilities of a world
against the Baltimore Colts at championship were partly the cause
the Navy-Marine Stadium. of the marital problems.
"Getting off to a good The suit, filed Tuesday. asks the
beginning in the scrimmage court to award the couple's
eg-ng Smonth old daughter, Michi Helen
could set the tone for our to Mrs. I'oreman.




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The ATI' boycott forced a
48-hour postponement of the draw.
oriphinally scheduled for Wednesday
Capt. Mike Gibeon. Wimbledon
tournament referee, said: "We shall
have a full draw of 128 an always.
lle Nastase. the colourful
Rumanian who lost to Smith In a
memorable final last year. became a
short-odds favourite for the title.
He is a member of the ATP but was
ordered by the Romanian National
Association to play Wimbledon.
"I spoke to Bucharest on the
phone," Nastase said. "I was in a
difficult position, but It is now
settled. I will play."


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