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ALLEGEDLY WEEKS RENT OWING

SO COURT ORDER IS SOUGHT




Bahamian firm to claim


ownership of Blue


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MINIStRY OF

EDUCATION

EDUCATION Minister
Livingstone Coakley confirmed
today that Mr. Hugh G. Sands,
permanent secretary to the
Ministry, has submitted his
resignation and that the matter
is now before the Public
Service Commission.
Mr. Coakley said the
resignation was submitted
earlier this month but was
unable to recall the date when
it becomes effective.
The Tribune understands
however that this will be on
SMr, Sands has reportedly
given as his reason ill health,
although there have been
persistent rumours that the
permanent secretary has, for.
some time, been under pressure
from certain political
appointees associated with the
department.
A former headmaster of
Government High School, Mr.
Sands was appointed deputy
permanent secretary the
the tenure as Minister of Mr.
Cecil Wallace Whitfield.
Two other appointments
made by Mr. Whitfield to that
Ministry were terminated
earlier following allegations of
political pressure.
Both Mr. Joseph R. Flint,
principal of the C. R. Walker
Technical College and Mr. Lou
Morgan, Ministry of Education
director, ended their contracts
by mutual agreement with then
Education Minister Carlton
Francis.
Mr. Sands, B. A. (Durham),
M.A. (London) was appointed
permanent secretary in March
1971 in succession to Sir Brian
Marwick, who left the Bahamas
shortly after.
Previously he had taught at
Government High School for
seven years and served as
headmaster for one year before
being named deputy
permanent secretary.


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Iy MIKE LOTHIAN
EXPERTISE (BAHAMAS) LIMITED, who claim ownership of the 114-room Blue Vista Hotel on Cable Beach,
will seek a court order on Monday for the eviction of Canadian lessees Granite Enterprises, on grounds that Granite
are allegedly three weeks behind in rent payments.


Expertise, although the
owners of the hotel, operated
it from October 10 to
December 18 as management


agents for Granite. When
Granite allegedly failed to meet
management expenses,
Expertise terminated the


management agreement
Dec. 19 and sought
repossess the hotel.
However, Granite claimed


BRUTALLY ATTACKED Flamingo staff to seek legal
gass 1 No w


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BACK AT I
MRS. PAULA
was brutally at
slept in her I
home on June
home from
Margaret Hospi
weekend, the pl
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successful."
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shared her be
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slashed by a c
assailant at 4 a.m
Mrs. Styles was
side of her face
top of her head
tip of the little
right hand' an
fracture of the fa
a hair-line fractu
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would lose one o
A member of
The Tribune
respondingg w
comfortable."
able to save her
was no brain da
surgeon was
Jamaica to repair
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arrests have been
The attack o
came 10
American-born
Ashton was kn
after a "terrific
Westward Villas
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had driven her
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Bahamas Nationality Ai


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SStyles, who
tacked as she
Regency Park
e 8, returned


advice on their reduced pay

THE BAHAMAS ENGINEERING UNION is to take legal
advice to determine the position of former employees of
Flamingo Airlines who have been accepted by BAHAMASAIR
but at a reduced salary.


me rrncess Approximately 80 Flamingo
ital over the staffers applied to join the
atic surgery to national flag carrier when the
i been "very two.year-old airline shut down
on June 17.
Id widow, who They all received letters of
ed with her acceptance but on new wage
Jtughter, was terms less than those paid by
utlass-wielding Flamingo.
cm. on June l8. Engineering Union president
cut on the left Dudley Williams said today
and across the that the wage issue was
d. She lost the complicated by the fact that
Singer on her Flanifio hadwritttn a letter
id suffered a to all it staff terminating their
acial bones and employment from June 17 and
re of the scalp. advising them that all domestic
eared that she routes would be taken over by
f her eyes. BAHAMASAIR.
the family told "This means that when they
that she joined BAHAMASAIR they
veil and is started out new and at a
Doctors were disadvantage since there
eye and there appears to have been no
mage. A plastic agreement signed between the
flown from government and Flamingo."
r her face. Tourism Minister Clement
lice are still Maynard announced on May
he case, no 16 that negotiations had been
made. concluded with Out Island
:n Mrs. Styles Airways to acquire their assets
days after and phase them out
Mrs. Diane preparatory to the start of
iifed to death operations by BAHAMASAIR.
struggle" in her Mr. Maynard said at the time
bedroom. Mrs. that negotiations with
three children Flamingo were still continuing
r English-born and the Tribune has since
nker husband learned that these have yet to
ort from where be concluded.
York on one of Flamingo raised the salaries
On Back Page of employees two weeks before
announcing that the domestic
routes serviced by it would be
taken over by the national flag
Ct carrier. All of Flamingo's
routes, except lnagua,


passes Senate without debate

THE BAHAMAS NATIONAUTY ACT passed through the
Senate without debate this morning, although Opposition Senate
Leader Orville A. Turnquest warned that "in the wrong hands and
with improper motives it can cause untold harm to the country
and Its citizens."
Sen. Turnquest made it clear properly discharging the
when he rose to speak on the functions of this bill will do so
measure that "categorically guided by the highest
and without reservation this principles of fairplay." He said
bill is not controversial, it was necessary that the
"The underlying principles minister responsible "be a man
on which the citizenship of a in whom there is no question
country is normally., gr ided of his integrity or of political
are good and'are contained in partisanship in the
this bill:." administration of the Act.
However, while it was "The world is watching," he
"necessary" that the Cabinet noted.
Minister responsible for the The Nationality Act spells
administration of the act be Te Nationality Act spellS
given absolute discretion in out then qualifications for and
deciding whether to grant or restrictions placed on the
reject applications for acquisition, renunciation and
citizenshipthosesweeping deprivation of citizenship in an
citizenship, mose sweeping independent Bahamas.
discretionary powers could Only it and a bill prescribi
convert the legislation into a oaths for high Gpvernmeng
weapon of victimizationn." officials were passed in the
Sen. Turnquest said "it is 45-minute Senate meeting this
my hope that any minister morning before the Senate
charged with the task of adjourned to 10 a.m. next
Wednesday.
CORRECTION
IT WAS incorrectly stated in
STATUES last night's Tribune that Mr.
I Giovanni Parris, injured in a
fire at Victoria Court, was an
Employee of Hamilton
[llB E lE i00110 International Ltd.
NASSAU FREEPORT Mr. Parris is in fact an
employee of the Paradise
Island casino.


Mayaguana and Haiti were on a
temporary basis.
The salary increase has been
a contributory factor to the
wage discrepancy between the
two groups of employees.
Neither Flamingo nor Out
Island Airways had a
recognition agreement with


any union, although the-
Airport Airline and Allied
Workers Union and the
Engineering have been vying
for recognition.
Mr. Williams said the
Flamingo employees had
authorized him to make a joint
approach with Airline Workers
Union president Reg Grant to
have the matter thrashed out
with management.

'IE IN TIME'
MEMBERS of the House
were given a subtle knuckle-rap
by Speaker Arlington Butler
for turning up late for the start
of meetings yesterday.
Observing that the Bahamas
would soon be a sovereign
power, Mr. Butler said that "as
such we would like to live up
to those standards by starting
at 10.30 a.m. That is very
difficult when we don't have a
quorum."
The House will meet again
Monday.
TREASURY BILLS
THE TREASURY Bill
tender of BS2,500,000 held at
the Monetary Authority on
June 19 was oversubscribed,
according to an Authority
statement today.
The average rate at which
successful tenderers obtained
Bills was approximately 98.48
per cent, equivalent of a
discount rate of approximately
6.1 per cent per year.
FREEDOM FROM
WRONG ATTITUDES
DR. Timothy McCartney,
Sherry Minnis and Kendrick
Williams will discuss
"independence freedom
from the wrong attitudes" in a
Bahamas Mental Health
Ass ociation-sponsored
programme scheduled for
broadcasting over ZNS-1 at 8
p.m. on Monday.


be legally entitled to possession
under a separate
lease-to-purchase agreement.
On December 20 Expertise
filed suit in the Supreme Court
seeking an injunction to
restrain Granite from entering
or remaining on the premises
until the dispute over ownership
was settled.
On February 16 the
injunction was granted.
However, Expertise and
Granite agreed that the
injunction would be stayed as
long as Granite paid Expertise
$2,000 a week rent and $500 a
week for utilities, payable in
advance each Monday.
MONEY OWED
On June 14 J.A.H. Duffus of
Darrell Rolle and Company,
attorneys for Expertise, wrote
to Granite's attorneys,
McKinney, Bancroft and
Hughes.
"We refer to the Order by
way of Injunction made by the
,Supreme Court of the Bahamas
on Feb. 16, 1973," Mr. Duffus
wrote.
"Our instructions are that
the weekly sum of $2,500 due
and owing by you, on Monday
of each week, has not been
paid since Monday, May 21,
1973.
"In view of this, the
condition under which the
injunction granted by the
Order of the Court was stayed
no longer applies. On behalf
of our clients, Expertise
(Bahamas) Ltd., we now
therefore formally request you
to vacate the premises known
as the Blue Vista Hotel and the
adjoining property known as
Stella Maris, forthwith, and to
deliver possession thereof to
our clients.
"In default of the said
premises being delivered to our
clients as requested, our clients
propose to apply to the
Supreme Court for process of
execution for the purpose of
compelling you to obey the
Order by way of injunction.
We give you notice
accordingly," Mr. Duffus
concluded.
On June 19 notice was filed
in the Supreme Court Registry
that on Monday morning Mr.
Justice Maxwell Thompson
would be asked by Expertise to
approve the issuing of a "writ
of assistance" against Granite
"for its contempt in disobeying
the order of this court."


NEW LOOK FOR INDEPENDENCE
THERE'S A NEW LOOK TO BAY STREET these days as the independence bunting
goes up around the Public Square. This view from the Rawson Square side shows the
Sunley Building. The marlin in mid-air is attached to one of the lamposts In the square.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


IA, rMl..I NT 'I-I I rI --I
Arguing this week In then
Bahamas Supreme Court over
ownership of $1.6 million
were from left to right
attorneys Julian Maynard,
Ralph Seligman, Muir Hunter,
Q.C., of London and Peter
Curry, Q.C., also of London.
Mr. Curry appears for
depositors to British
American Bank after that
bank's licence was suspended
on February 4 last year. The
other lawyers appeared for
the bank's official liquidators.


PM TO RECEIVE

HIS $42,000

ROLLS ROYCE

ON TUESDAY
PRESENTATiON of a
$42,000 Rolls Royce Silver
Shadow sedan to Prime
Minister L. 0. Pindling will be
made on Tuesday evening by
Mrs. Mary Baker, veteran
member of the Progressive
Liberal Party.
The event is scheduled to
take place at a cocktail party at
Central Garage, Limited,
Thompson Boulevard, the
franchise holders in the
Bahamas for the luxury
automobiles.
Representing the
manufacturers, Rolls Royce
Incorporated of New Jersey,
U.S.A., will be Peter A. B.
Bancroft, zone manager for the
Caribbean, who is to arrive in
Nassau on Saturday especially
for the presentation ceremony.
Aaron H. (Kiki) Knowles,
managing director of Central
Garage, and other officials of
the parent company of the
motor firm will welcome Mr.
and Mrs. Pindling, members of
the Cabinet and Government
party, officers of the P.L.P.
and invited guests.
The magnificent car,
powered by a 412 c.c.
aluminum alloy V-8 engine, is
the gift of the Progressive
Liberal Party to the Prime
Minister two weeks before the
Bahamas becomes independent
under Mr. Pindling's leadership.
The keys of the Rolls Royce
were turned over to Andrew
"Dud" Maynard last Monday
when, as chairman of the
P.L.P., he presented Mr.
Knowles with a cheque in full
payment of the purchase price
of $42,152.94.
The Prime Minister's new
official car is the second Rolls
Royce sold through Central
Garage this year and the
twelfth since the company was
appointed Rolls Royce
representatives in the Bahamas.
Earlier a technician from the
New Jersey plant spent some
time in Nassau training two
members of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force who will
be the chauffeurs of the Prime
Minister's long-wheel base,
royal blue Rolls Royce, which
was custom built in England.
The limousine is fully
automatic with torque
converter and disc brakes to all
wheels. There are three
independent footbrake
systems, plus a mechanical
handbrake system, fully
Independent suspension of all
Four wheels and compliant
suspension on the front wheels.
The weight of the car is
I approximately 4,850 pounds.
Central Garage's policy is to
have one standard Silver
Shadow Rolls Royce in stock,
Although in the past the usual
procedure has been to place
orders with the manufacturers
for delivery as required.
Recently, for the first time in
their records Central Garage
sold a Rolls Royce off their
showroom P"or.


1,000 depositors seek te



regain $1.3 million from



British American Bank

MR. JUSTICE JAMES SMITH this week reserved judgment In
the case to decide the ownership of U.S. $1.6 million deposWited
with British American Bank after government sdented the
suspension of its licence on February 4 last year.


Arguing the case for the
class of customers who made
deposits on or after February 4
and the bank's liquidators were
two leading English Queen's
Counsel and three local
attorneys.
The group of depositors,
who made deposits after the
suspension date, are claiming
$1,300.QO out of the
$1,500,000 being held in a
suspense account in Billings,
Montana, under a U.S. court
order. They are represented by
Mr. Peter Curry, Q.C., of
London, with Mr. Patrick
Toote of Nassau as his junior.
Liquidators Graham Garner
and Sydney Morris are
represented by Mr. Muir
Hunter, Q.C. with Mr. Ralph
Seligman and Mr. Julian
Maynard.
Mr. Hunter left for London
this week to appear in court on
Monday in the well known
Poulson bankruptcy case,
which brought about the
resignation of British Home
Secretary Reginald Maulding.
The case continues in London
on Monday.
In the British American
Bank case the liquidators are
claiming that all the moneys
held in the Montana bank
should go to British American
Bank.
Mr. Curry, instructed by
Lennox Paton & Co., who
represents Mr. Woods and his
group of depositors, conceded
during the hearing that because
of their efforts in recovering
the money that was taken to
Montana by the bank's director
and major shareholder, Puerto
Rican Dr. Frederico Cruz, the
bank should get all or a
proportion of its costs. The
costs will probably be awarded
13 to two because of the
liquidators' efforts to safeguard
the depositors' money. The
costs would not then fall
unfairly on the assets should
judgment be awarded in Mr.
Curry's favour.
EX-CONVICT
On February 4 last year Dr.
Cruz, who purchased British
American Bank in 1971 four
years after being released from
California State Prison where
he was serving a five-year
sentence for grand theft, was
ordered by the Finance
Ministry to suspend the bank's
operations.
On May 4 the Ministry
revoked the licences of British
American Bank Ltd. and
British American Bank Nassau
#.A


is under dispute both in Circle
and in Nassau.
The money totalled about
$1,600,000 out of which
$1,300,000 came in before
February 4 and $300,000 came
in after the bank was
legally open. Dr. Cruz then
drew out various cheques
totalling about $100,000. He
then tried to take out another
$ 1I mfion in the form of "
cashM cheques.
In april last year Mr. Bernard
Gadd was appointed official
liquidator of British American.:=
by the Supreme Court.
ON NOTICE
Mr. Gadd discovered that
the British American money
had been sent to Montana. Mr...
Seligman, his attorney, advised
him to send a telegram to the -
Circle bank to put it on notice
and to inform it that it would
be held responsible if it parted
with any of the money. This
prevented Dr. Cruz from
cashing his cashier's cheques.
The Circle bank then took the
question to the Montana courts
for a ruling on ownership of
the money. This matter is still
being litigated in the Montana
courts between Dr. Cruz and
British American Bank
liquidators.
Meanwhile the Montana
court has ordered $1 % million
to be taken out of the Circle
bank and put in a special
account in Billings. The court
ordered Dr. Cruz to deliver up
the cashier's cheques that he
was holding, because he tried
to cash them in Spain. The -
cheques have been recovered.
It is expected that the _
proceedings should be
completed within the next few
months and the money paid to
the liquidators.
Mr. Gadd, who recently left
the Bahamas for Paris, was
succeeded by Mr. Morris and
Mr. Garner as official
liquidators.
The proceedings now before
the courts in Nassau weon
started by Mr. Woods, who
deposited $15,000 from Hons
Kong with British American
Bank after the bank's licence
was suspended.
He claimed that he should
have his money returned to
him in full, because at that
point the bank would have
been acting as a trustee for
him. Mr. Justice James Smith
then appointed Mr. Woods to
represent all the 1,000-odd
persons who made deposits
after February 4. Their claims
t l t Sal lE i tnn a ..0 .t.0a.


tL d. ,uta n1- %Uw t Iiey
want payment in funl.
When the bank's licence was want payet in full.
suspended on February 4 the
Monetary Authority directed
Dr. Cruz to lodge all money
received after that date in a
special account in Butlers
Bank. Instead of doing this the
podiatrist turned
B ahamas-banker sent all
moneys received after the
suspension to a bank in Circle,
Montana. It is this money that
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WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid
Breshnev are planning to sign a surprise agreement today. White House
officials have not disclosed any details of the signing, but its expected that
the document will be a declaration of intent to reduce the risk of outbreak
of nuclear war. The two leaders have arranged for a mid-day signing
ceremony at the White House. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
FRANCE ASKED TO REFRAIN FROM TESTING
THE HAGUE (AP) The International Court of Justice has asked
France to refrain from nuclear testing in the South Pacific pending a final
decdon on the legality of the teat series. The Court's ruling today followed
applications last month by Australia and New Zealand seeking an
injunction against the French test series.
The Court said it would schedule further hearings on the matter in
September and December, but It did not say if France would be
represented at the hearings. France boycotted last month's hearings.


PLANE EXPLODES JUST BEFORE TAKEOFF TWO HURT
TORONTO (AP) An Air Canada D-C-8 passenger plane exploded and
burned during refuelling at Toronto's airport last night only minutes before
120 passengers were to board it for a flight to Zurich and Vienna. Hospital
officis samy two ground workers, who were badly burned in the incident,
win recover.
Authorities are uncertain as to the cause of the explosion. An
Investigation is underway. The passengers took off several hours later in
another D-C-8 plane.
CRASHED MEXICAN PLANE LOCATED
PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO (AP) The wreckage of a Mexican
airliner that crashed Wednesday with 27 persons aboard was located today
25 miles southwest of here, an airport tower official said.
The wreckage was spotted by a federal electricity commission helicopter
three miles north of the village of Congregacion.
There were no immediate reports of whether or not any survivors were
seean.
BRITISH CHRYSLER TO STOP PRODUCTION
COVENTRY, ENGLAND (AP) The Chrysler Auto Comoany said
Thursday it would atop all car and truck production at its five British
factories nextweek because of disrupted engine production and a
three-week-old strike at Its Coventry plant.
The shutdown was ordered after 16 hours of talks between n..nagement
chiefs and strike leaders at Chrysler's Ryton factory broke down in
disagreement earlier In the day.
Chrysler has four plants in England and one in Scotland and employs
29,000 workers.
The dispute at Ryton closed down the factory after management
allegations of "shoddy work" by assembly line men. Union spokesmen said
the company had failed to back up the charges.
SUPREME COURT RULES ON OBSCENE MATERIAL
WASHINGTON (AP) By a five-to-four margin today the US. Supreme
Court severely restricted the range of obscene material protected by the
constitution. The decision In effect gives the states much greater authority
to move against obscenity. The court said juries and courts may determine
whether a work taken as a whole lacks serious artistic or other value.
Chief Justice Warren Burger wrote the decision, the guidelines for juries
and judges to use in determining what is obscene. Basically, Burger wrote,
the guideline must be whether the average person applying
contemporary community standards would find that the work, taken as
a whole, appealed to the prurient interest. (* SEE STORY THIS PAGE)
IWO DIE IN LESS THAN TWO DAYS
BELFAST (AP) A British soldier was killed In an explosion in
Northern Ireland Thursday, the second trooper to die there in less than 24
hours as guerrilla violence swept the province.
The blast come as a squad of troopers searched a house In a housing
estate in the mainly Catholic town of Strabane. Two other soldiers were
wounded.
Strabane is a frequent trouble spot near the border with the Irish
Republic.
The trooper's death raised the known fatality toll in nearly four years of
sectarian bloodshed In Northern Ireland to at least 828.
The blast climaxed a day of bombings in the province and followed a
night of widespread violence apparently unleashed by the outlawed Irish
Republican Army (IRA).
An army captain died in a bomb explosion early Thursday in
Loadosderry, storm centre of the guerrillas' night-time assault with bombs,
mortars and gunfire.
A 16-year-old Protestant boy was also found shot to death In a Roman
4 Catholic district of Belfast early today.
In Londonderry, army headquarters said 20 youths who tried to storm a
military personnel carrier saidsil weapons were dispersed when a soldier
opqned fire. No casualties were reported.
RUSSIA SUPPLIES MISSILES TO EGYPT & SYRIA
TEL AVIV (AP) The Soviet Union has supplied Egypt and Syria with
its most advanced antiaircraft missile, the SA-6, a senior military officer
confirmed Thursday.
The admsle system was believed to be deployed along the Sues Canal
ceage-fire line in Egypt, around the Syrian capital of Dama Cusnand on the
Israel-Syrian frontier.
The new equipment was delivered in a Soviet airlift which began last
summer, but so far the missiles have scored no hits. Israeli planes raided
Syria five times since last September with no losses, according to Israeli
statistics.
It was not known If the SA-6 had been fired during these raids.
IMMUNITY REQUESTED FOR DAVID YOUNG
WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate Watergate committee today asked
federal judge John Sirica to grant immunity to former White House aide
David Young for testimony he will give. The 36-year-old Young worked
with EkU Krough at the White House in supervising the so-called
"p1lmber"1 who were Involved In the burglary at the office of Daniel
Eberg's poychiatrist.
An aide to special prosecutor Archibald Cox said today Cox is
oomiderilng a grand jury Investigation to determine If President Nixon's
campaign fund raisers used extortion in collecting 50 million dollars in
contributions. The aide said Cox is considering empaneling a special federal
grand Jury to study whether illegal methods were used by Nixon fund
raisers to collect money.
BAHAMAS ENTRY TO U.N. WILL RAISE NUMBER TO 135
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., June 22 (AP)- The entry of East and West
Germany into the United Nations was expected to get the Security
CouMld's formal unanimous recommendation today.
The final step in seating the two Germanys in the world organization
wil l be a vote of the General Assembly, expected on Sept. 18, the opening
day df the annual session.
The timetable for German entry was arranged by agreement of the two
countries themselves and of the allies of World War II, following decades of
cold war delays.
The Security Council started its formalities Thursday, with all IS
members favouring admission during a closed door session on entry of new
members.
The admission of East and West Germany, plus the Bahamas, which
becomes independent from Britain on July 10, will raise U.N. membership
to 13u.
Together; the Germanys are expected to pay a total of about eight per
oset of U.N. operating expenses. Their dues will more than make up for
the scheduled reduction of the U.S. share from 31.52 to 25 per cent.
COURT REFUSES TO REMOVE JUDGE
PHILADELPHIA (AP) The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals here has
blocked an attempt by attorneys for five persons accused of multiple
slyla lin t he Virgin Islands to have the judge in the case removed.


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11-million mile trip

ABOARD USS TICONDEROGA (AP)--Sylab's astronauts
came home safely from man's longest space journey Friday and
shunned stretchers to wak smartly but unsteadily across the deck


of this recovery carrier.


Tew l6sesrm a Jll y Z .
The whobbly 60 steps from The astronauts almost wer
the Apollo ferry ship to a held over in orbit Friday to tr
medical laboratory indicated to repair a refrigeration
Charles Conrad Jr., Dr. Joseph problem in their space station
P. Kerwin and Paul J. Weitz But Mission Control decided
had suffered some effects from there was nothing th
a record four weeks' exposure astronauts could do and tol
to space weightlessness, them to come home.
But Commander Conrad Ten minutes behind
reported as the Apollo schedule, Conrad, Kerwin an
parachuted toward a pinpoint Weitz undocked their Apoll
landing in the Pacific after an ferry ship and executed a series
I 1-million-mile journey: of manoeuvres that sent there
"We're all in good shape. slamming into the atmosphere
Everything's OK." above Thailand for the fiery
They splashed down right on descent.
target, just 61/2 miles from the AT DAWN
Ticonderoga. The Apollo craft hit th
Thirty-nine minutes later, calm blue waters at 1350 gm
still inside the Apollo, they about 830 miles southwest o
arrived on the carrier deck. San Diego, Calif. It was jus
Doctors, not knowing how after dawn off the West coasi
they might react to Earth's The 42,000-ton Ticonderog
gravity after their long quickly steamed alongside th
weightless exposure, were three-ton Apollo and tossed
prepared to lift them out on line to frogmen in the water.,
litters, crane then lifted the craft and
But, after consultation with the astronauts to an elevator
doctors, Kerwin, a physician, for a ride to the hangar deck
said they could walk to the The landing completed an
medical trailer where they historic space mission tha
began six hours of extensive lasted 28 days and 50 minutes
medical debriefing. During that time the spacemei
They emerged smiling from circled the Earth 395 times.
the hatch and saluted as the
ship's band struck up "Anchors Mission Control was kept il
Aweigh" for the all-navy crew. suspense for most of the fin
HESITANT STEPS 76 minutes of the flight -
Conrad walked with hesitant period when the Apollo shin
steps at first but gradually was out of radio contact wit]
picked up steam as he reached ground stations.
the medical lab door. Kerwin p The Ticonderoga's rada
was slightly stooped and both picked up the streaking craft a
he and Weitz were somewhat a distance of 188 miles, I
unsteady in their steps. minutes before landing.
Doctors assisted both While out of radio contact
Kerwin and Weitz by holding at 9:11 a.m., the astronaut
onto one arm of each. conducted the critical
Experts immediately began retrorocket burn that slowe
removing thousands of feet of their 17,100 mile-an-hou
film and tape and equipment speed by 130 miles, allowing
from medical, earth resources Earth's gravity to tug th
and astronomy experiments spacecraft out of orbit an
that may tell man much about start the long glide through th
his Earth, his Sun and his atmosphere to the easter
physical being. Pacific.
How well Conrad, Kerwin The refrigeration troubi
and Weitz fared in the created considerable concern
weightless world will play a A manoeuvre intended t
major role in determining if correct it caused a brie
man can function efficiently in gyroscope problem that cause
future long-duration flights. the 10-minute delay in the
The first of the two S6-day astronauts' departure from th
Skylab mission is scheduled for orbiting laboratory. .

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LONDON (AP) Britain Thursday recognized Iceland's special'
interest in managing fishing stocks around its coasts but vowed to
resist Iceland's claim for a monopoly there.
Government White Paper, or become the innocent victim of
policy document, reaffirmed British aggression. These
British readiness to negotiate a accusations arose after three
stop-gap compromise of the Royal Naval frigates moved in
dispute that has embittered the troubled zone May 19 to
relations between the two protect trawlermen against
fellow-members of the North what Britain called harassment
Atlantic Alliance NAT. by Icelandic gunboats.
'But at the same time the "The reason that they (the
British accused the Icelanders British government) have never
of defying international law, before had to use the Royal
breaking promises and using Navy to protect British fishing
force against British trawlers in vessels," the document said, "is
manoeuvers at sea that have that no country other than
imperiled the lives of British Iceland has ever used force
seamen, against them."
The government statement Iceland has given two major
was published hours after a reasons for unilaterally
new clash between vessels of extending its fishing limits
the two countries in Iceland's from 12 to 50 miles:
disputed 50-mile fishing zone, The urgent need to
proclaimed last September. An conserve stocks endangered by
Icelandic gunboat, the Odinn, over-fishing.
came into physical contact The almost total
with the 2,000-ton British tug economic dependence of
Lloydsman. Reykjavik Icelanders on their coastal
authorities charged Odinn, a fishing industry.
1,000-tonner, had been The British White Paper
rammed. London claimed the rejected both arguments.
vessels had collided. "Stocks are not in
Formal presentation of imminent danger," it asserted.
Britain's case seemed to have "Existing international
the aim of countering Icelandic arrangements are fully
accusations that the small adequate to ensure their proper
mid-Atlantic republic has management."

PArS TALKS II VIETNAM TI RESIDE


PARIS (AP)- Minister of the
Saigon government and the Viet
ong's Provisional Revolutionary
Government agreed Thursday to
resume their political talks next
week after a break of nearly a
month. The meeting was scheduled
for June 28 at the Chateau of La
Cells St. Cloud near Paris.
The deadlocked talks were
broken off early in June to allow
Henry A. Kissinger and Hanoi's Le
Due Tho to find a new bsis for the
negotiations during their review of
the Jan. 27 peace agreement.
The Joint communique signed
June 13 by Kissinger, Tho and the
rival South Vietnamese regimes
called for "aeement on the
Internal manttemrs of South Vietnam
as soon a possible" and urged the
parties to "do their utmost to
accomplish is wisthn 45 days."
PRO Misadter of state Nguyens
Van Heu accused the Saigon
ovenmnsst last week of rafuing to
comply with ts and other
proviskns of the communique.
geu said the Saigon delption, led


by Deputy Primer Nguyen Luu
Vken, refused to set a date for
resumption of their talks.
A, communique Issued" by the-
Saigon delegation mid the two
ministers agreed through their
Halson offleer to resume the talks
next Thursday.
The communique said the Saigon
deletion would continue the
negotiations "In a spirit of
reconcliation and concord." At the
same time, however, the
communique warned of "disastrous
consequences" if the Communist
side continued to Ignore the new
peace accord and refused to "put
and end to infiltration of troops
Infiltrating Into South Vietnam or
to withdraw hundreds of thousands
of North Vietnamese troops
illegally present In South Vietnam,
Laos and Cambodia".
The talks resuming next week are
to seek aprement on a National
Council of Reconciliation and
Concord, which was to organize
South Vietnamese elections under
the original peace agreement.


UA AUSAR W W SMM AGREEMENT TODAY
WObbl ste s after


CLEAR TESTS
PAPEETE, TAHITI (AP)-
France.will hold six to eight
atmospheric nuclear tests at its
South Pacific test site in its
controversial 1973 test series,
French opposition Radical
Party leader Jean-Jacques
Servan-Schreiber said
Thursday.
Here to lead a mass
demonstration Saturday
outside Papeete City Hall
against the tests,
Servan-Schreiber said in an
interview that "the tests must
begin by the end of July or
they will have to be cancelled."
Observers here said the
Radical Party leader's
statement that "I know for
sure France plans six to eight
tests" may indicate France is
trying to squeeze its 1974 test
plans into this year's series.
The test plan has brought
world court action from
Australia and New Zealand and
a formal protest in Paris
Thursday by Japan.
Getting two years' testing
over this year would mean a
break until preparations were
ready for underground testing
in 1975, probably at Eiao
Island in the Marquesas Group,
observers said.
Servan-Schreiber, heading a
"batallion of peace" against
the tests with other opposition
politicians and church figures,
also said there would be a
"spectacular development" in
Tahiti Friday with the arrival
of more important French
protesters from a "surprising
political context" on which he
declined to elaborate.
Servan-Schreiber said France
"needs a certain period of time
to fit all the tests in."
"High altitude winds are
only favourable until the end
of August. They must begin
testing by the end of July." He
said the tests were scheduled to
begin "early June. Then they
were postponed until June 20
and now they have been
cancelled again," he said.
TRUDEAUS EXPECTING.
SECOND CHILD
OTTAWA- (AP)- The Prime
Minister's office Thursday
confirmed reports that Margaret
Tiudeau is pregnant and the second
child of Prim Minister Trudeau
sad his wife is expected near the
n4"d of the year.


'INPENIINS'

VISLEICE IN
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to per manently limit
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nuclear arms by

By Bary Sckweid
WASHINGTON (AP)-The United States and the
Thursday signed an arsement of principles
permanently limit unclear weapons by the end of 19


- In a
ng a
toward
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WASHINGTON (AP)
5-4 decision reverse
decade-long trend
permissiveness, the
Supreme Court Th
severely restricted the ra
pornography protected
U.S. Constitution.
In an opinion writt
Chief Justice Warren E. I
the court held.
local comn
standards rather than n
standards may be us
determining whether n
is obscene and therefo
protected by the Consti
that juries and coi
longer need to find
material is "utterly" m
redeeming social value
they declare it obscene.
Instead, Burger wrott
may determine wheth
work "taken as a whole
serious literary
political, or scientific
"Hard core" porno
was the target of B
opinion.
"One can concede ti
'sexual revolution' of
years may have had
by-products in striking
of.prudery from a subje
irrationally kept from
ventilation," Burger wro
"But it does not folli
no regulation of p
offensive 'hard core' m
is needed or permit
Burger continued i
majority opinion.
He was joined by th
other appointees of Pr
Nixon, justices Har
Blackmun, Lewis F. Po1
and William H. Rehnqu
veteran court members
R. White.
Burger noted that
first time since the
declared obscenity
beyond the protection
first amendment in IS
majority of this coi
agreed on concrete gu
to isolate 'hard
pornography from exi
protected by the
amendment."
Critics of a standard
on local community a
have complained that i
require publishers,
picture producers and o
produce material that
meet the standards
nation's most
community.

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unity President Nixon and
national Communist leader Leonid I.
sed in Brezhnev -signed for their
material nations at the White House.
ire not The agreement, the
tution. outstanding accomplishment of
urts no their summit talks, was
that. cemented at the President's
without Camp David retreat in the
before Maryland mountains.
The two nations agreed as a
e, they matter of principle that efforts
er the by one or the other to obtain a
e lacks nuclear advantage would be
artistic, inconsistent with the goal of
value." strengthening, peaceful
graphy' relations.
burger's The agreement is designed to
spur negotiators for both
hat the countries at now recessed talks
recent n Geneva. Significantly, the
useful arms limitation envisioned by
g layers the end of next year would
ct long include not only numbers but
needed the quality of the missiles
te. 'themselves.
ow that Nixon and Brezhnev also
)atently agreed that limitation on
materials strategic offensive arms must
ssible," be subject to "adequate
n the verification." Both nations
would be permitted to
ie three modernize and replace
resident weapons only under conditions
ry A. to be agreed upon at Geneva.
well Jr., 10-YEAR PACT
ist, and At the same time, Nixon and
s Byron Brezhnev signed a 10-year pact
to expand cooperation
for the between the two countries on
court peaceful uses of atomic energy.
to be It succeeds a series of two-year
of the agreements.
957, "a The major areas of the joint
irt has arms effort include: (1)
sidelines Controlling thermonuclear
core' fusion; (2) research on "fast
pression breeder" reactors which create
first more fuel than they consume;
(3) research on the
,d based fundamental properties of
attitudes physical matter.
t would Nixon and Brezhnev flew
motion down by helicopter from the
others to Catoctin Mountains to sign the
t would historic document' oni 'the'
of the fourth day of their summitry.
pr A similar arms understanding
prudish between them in 1971
produced, when Nixon went to
Moscow to see Brezhnev last
spring, an initial but limited

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nuclear weapons a
Dr. Henry A. 1
President's nation
adviser, told ne
Nixon and Br
convinced an
agreement by the
would be
contribution in
danger of an
nuclear war."
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The president
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Geneva.
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siid the two co
dedicating the
limiting "not onl
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At another point
that the United
seek and we
strategic parity.'
that it would b
negotiators to
complex qu
determining
considering both
quality of nuclear
On another pc
was firm in sayii
States would nev
security interests
its allies, hinting
bases for missile
submarines will 1
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FiR SliNlNI TAT
WASHINGTON, June 22 (AP)-
President Nixon and Soviet leader
Leonid Brezhnev, planning to sign
another surprise agreement today,
already are looking ahead to a
reunion summit in Moscow in 1974
- the target date for formally
limiting the awesome atomic
arsenals of the two countries.
The two leaders arranged for a
midday signing ceremony at the
White House of a compact cloaked
n unusual secrecy. Indications were
that the document was a
declaration, of intent to reduce the
risk of outbreak of nuclear war.
Nixon left Breshnev just before
midnight at the Soviet -Embassy
after a banquet of Caviar, borsch,
Russian beef and fish, two kinds of
vodka and Soviet champagne. The
two leaders announced at the
banquet plans for their third
summit.
White House sources confirmed
the document signing intentions
but refused Thursday night to give
details, saying only, "It's going to
be an important one."


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SKYLAB MEN BACK SAFE


SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP)-Police in
9 f\f the tiny Caribbean Island of
S-Dominica are braced for what a
9 7 5 governmental source called
"impending" violence.
A tate of emergency was
decreed last week in an effort to
Soviet Union head. off trouble after the civil
designed to Aservant on this British-owned
Asoiaatea State went on strike.
74. The walk-out was prompted by
the transfer of a popular disk
agreement. jockey from the government radio
Kissinger, the station, a move the civil service
nal security association denounced as a career
twsmen that wrecking action.
Firemen and police remain on
rezhnev are duty, and airline service reportedly
expanded continues. Dominica is serviced
end of 1974 primarily by the Leewards Islands
"a major Air Transport (LIAT).
a major u formed rse rLsays a
reducing the British warship is in the vicinity, -
outbreak of ready to send a landing party
ashore to maintain order... .
NCIPLE In a telephone interview with the
NCIPLES Associated Proe, a government
were agreeing officer said that as of this morning
sic principles no British navy units were in the
urgency." harbour of Roeeaw, the island's
tial adviser capital and chief port.
Asktial adviser ed if a British man-of-war is
lict a specific expected, the source said "there are
citation on some things I don't like to say."
d nuclear Under the stite of emergency
te said these decree, he said, residents of
Dominica are barred from divulging
e a principal information of a sensitive nature.
gotiations at Dominica, a lush and
mountainous island perched
t seek midway between the French
to seek Caribbean islands Martinique
ols, Kissinger and Guadeloupe, forms part of the
countries were British-linked Windward Islands.
mselves to Like its sister Windward Islands,
y the pace of Dominica is a substantial producer ,
y the pace of of bananas.
t its nature." The export of bananas to Great
nt he declared Britain from the Windward Islands
States "will has been disrupted this year by
will attain labour trouble in St. Lucia, the
will aain closest of the British Windwards to
" He added Dominica.
>e up to the So far the emergency in
resolve the Dominica reportedly has not
estion of affected farm production.
Farming provides the livelihood
parity by for most of the 70,000 residents of
numbers and Dominica.
r weapons. Executive authority is vested
point, Kissinger in a London-appointed Governor
td a seven-man Cabinet.
ng the United
er separate its FOR 3 in 1
from that of LAWN SERVICE
stronglythat FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
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NaTIus Amecrus Jumma IN VumA MAGIcm
Brind Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubUjhWr/Edltor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
PubMaHr/Editor 1917.1972
Comtrbutft Editor 1972.-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PubUiaher/EdIror 1972 .
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Friday, June 22, 1973.




axation-the only way


By ETIENNE DUPUCH

ONE of the pieces of propaganda that is often used by
self-seeking politicians in Britain's colonies to cause defection
among the people has been to say that Britain has never done
anything for her colonial empire.
A Jamaican, who sprang up from nowhere some years ago and
has since disappeared, went so far as to claim that Britain drained
wealth from her West Indian possessions. On. one occasion he
circulated a claim that Britain had drained millions of pounds
from her West Indian colonies and that the time had come for
Britain to return this money to its original source.
Except for the period of sugar prosperity in cane producing
West Indian islands in the 1600's, I can not think of any financial
gain Britain derived from her holdings in this hemisphere.
During the period when "Britannia ruled the waves" and
policed the seven seas with the powerful Royal Navy to keep
world trade flowing, the islands in the West were of strategic
importance but, as far as I know, these islands had always been a
drain on the British Treasury. Certainly it cost a fortune for the
Navy to police these waters.
***********
The Bahamas was one of the few colonies of Britain that was
so well managed that it had been self-supporting and required no
direct help from Britain.
It was a matter fo. pride in January 1964 when Mr. Nigel
Fishlr, who represented the Queen at the ceremony on Clifford
Park when the colony moved up from a Representative form of
Government to the status of Responsible Government with a
Cabinet headed by a Prime Minister, mentioned the fact that the
Bahamas had long been one of the few places in the Empire that
had managed its affairs so well that it needed no direct financial
help from Britain.
***********
But there have been many ways in which the Bahamas has
denied substantial benefits from the Mother Country.
SThe first and foremost, of course, is defend. The islands will
never be in a position to provide their own defence from external
aggression. Until now Britain has performed this function as a
duty.
The Bahamas will take over responsibility for its own defence
after July 10. But it will still have to depend on Britain and the
U.S. to provide defence for the islands.
Our long association with sterling made it possible for us to
trade in the markets of the world.
During the second world war Britain built the major airfields
in New Providence that have .made the island a centre for
commercial aviation in the hemisphere.
After the war Britain gave these fields to the people of the
Bahamas!
Britain has provided opportunities for training of
parliamentarians, police officers and members of the Civil Service
in England. She has helped to finance scholarships to this end.
Britain sunk a large sum of money in the Bahamas after the
second world war in an effort to organize and stimulate
agricultural production in the islands. This effort failed because
there was no market to absorb the products of the islands.
Recently Britain built a police, college in Nassau for the
training of NCO's and officers for the Royal Bahamas. Police
Force.
And she has financed a sewerage survey in New Providence.
Adequate sewage disposal is a matter of urgent importance to
New Providence if the danger of a feaer epidemic is to be headed
off.


And now Britain is handing over to the Bahamas Government
the chain of lighthouses which she built during the last century
and has since quietly maintained with the British taxpayers'
money. The cost of running these lighthouses is one of the many
hidden benefits the Bahamas has long derived from close
association with Britain.
In handing them over to the Bahamas Government Britain has
generously agreed to pay the pensions of the men who served
under her in this service. She will also meet any other obligations
immediately falling due in the lighthouse service.

The PLP Government has tried to. make the Bahamian people
believe that independence will not be a financial burden.
The Government will now have to find a half million dollars to
carry on this light service. This is just one of the many hidden
financial obligations the people will have to face when the
Government takes on the meaningless trappings of independence
on July 10th.
There will be only one way to meet these added obligations ...
and that will be through still further TAXATION!
******C***
When the P.L.P. took over the Government in 1967 the people
were led to believe that taxes and the cost of living would go
down.
Both taxes and the cost of living have risen steadily since then
... and you may expect still further rises in the future.


I earnestly wish someone would tell me a single benefit the
Bahamian people will derive from independence.
There has been a lot of emotional talk on the subject but I
have yet to hear a single sound and common sense argument
advanced in its favour.
Maybe the Government may then be in a position to hold a
pistol to the head of Uncle Sam. But certainly this wouldn't b'
anything in which the Bahamian people would take pride.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Blow, blow, thou winter wind,
Thou art not so unkind
As man's ingratitude:
Thy tooth is not so keen,


Supreme Counci of masons to meet here this weekend


A SUPREME Council
meeting of Modern Free and
Accepted Masons will be held
in Nassau from June 22 to
June 24, it was announced
Tuesday.
Members of the Bahamas
Grand Council of Masons, in a
press conference Tuesday
announced that the
convention, the 50th to be
held, is also expected to be
attended by "just over 250
dei. gates from abroad."
It will be the first
convention of the Modern Free
and Accepted Masons to be
held outside the United States.
Grand Master Duke Smith
there will be 81 delegates
sitting on the Supreme
Council. The meeting will be
held at the Nassau Beach Hotel
with workshop sessions being
held for members of the
organization.
A banquet, under the
patronage of Tourism Minister
Mr. Clement T. Maynard and
Mrs. Maynard also will be held
on Saturday and the
convention is expected to
climax with a parade from
Elizabeth Avenue to the
Southern Recreation Grounds
where a grand rally is expected
to take place.
The Modern Free and
Accepted Masons has a
membership totalling 30,000
Mr. Smith said with 300
members in New Providence
and Freeport.
The Bahamas Branch was
organised in 1968, he said "and
so far there are ten chapters
and lodges, nine in New
Providence and one at
Freeport."
He also said that the
"purpose of our organisation is
to unify the people and create
more brotherly love and trust.
With this we feel we have the
key to utilize the talent that is
in the organisation. Members
of the Modem Free and
Accepted Masons consist of
merchants and professional
people who are eager to assist
others and help build the
economy."
He said that his organisation
has "given scholarships to
many students and made funds
available to many other
charitable societies. The same
trend is intended as we accrue
local funds to be distributed
'locally and there are also plans
for assisting with our social
problems."
Also present, at the press
conference were Anthony
Weech, Frederick Arnett,
Deputy Grand Master, Miss
Annabel Dean, Grand Worthy
Matron, Michael Hamilton,
Chancellor and Mark C.
Knowles, Worshipful Master of
Ishtar's Lodge Freeport.
It is the intention of the
lodge to open a second branch
at Freeport very shortly, Mr.
Knowles said.
Expected to attend the
convention to be held here is
the Supreme Grand Master
Henry Williams of Colombus,
Georgia. The convention will
be the first to have ever been
held outside of the United
States since the formation of
the Modern Free and Accepted
Masons in November 1917.


TOlEiSN MINISTER
T l i0lRESS


MASONS' CONVENTION
MINISTER of Tourism the
Hon. Clement T. Maynard will
be the main guest speaker
Saturday at the 50th annual
convention of the Modern Free
and Accepted Masons of the
World to be held at the Nassau
Beach Hotel's Princess Room.
Mr. Maynard will address
over 200 Masonic delegates
from a total of 1600 lodges
and chapters from around the
world including the Supreme
Grand Master, Mr. Henry
Williams of Columbus, Georgia.
Mr. Maynard will speak at
the banquet to be held
Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
On Sunday the Masons will
parade to Zion Baptist Church
where the Nassau Lodge will be
permanently chartered.
WED IN LONDON
THE MARRIAGE took place
quietly in London on June 20
of Robert Anthony Carmichael
Hamilton, 13th Lord Belhaven
and Stenton, only son of the
late 12th Lord Belhaven and
Stenton and Mrs. B. W. Seager
and Rosemary, only daughter
of the late Sir Herbert
Williams, Bt., M.P., and the late
Lady Williams.


TO HOST CONVENTIONEERS Modern Free and Accepted Masons officers
pictured in the ante room of the Nassau Beach Hotel where their upcoming convention is
scheduled to be held this weekend. (from 1. to r.). Frederick Arnett. Deoutv Grand
Master; Grand Master Duke B. Smith; Public Relations Officer Anthony Weech; Grand
Worthy Matron Miss Annabel Dean; Chancellor Michael Hamilton and Worshipful Master,
Ishtar's Lodge, Freeport, Mark C. Knowles. The convention is the first to have been held
outside of the United States.


TRIBUTE TO 'TEACHER'


EDITOR The Tribune,
Kindly permit me space in
your columns to express my
humble gratitude and to pay
tribute to the memory of Mr.
Errol D. Lawrence, former
Education Officer of The
Royal Bahamas Police Force, a
warm and humble man whom
God has seen fit to recently
remove from this life to a
better world.
One of the kindliest and
most sympathetic personalities
I have ever encountered, Mr.
Lawrence was a man seemingly
possessing a vast storehouse of
knowledge, which he passed on
unselfishly to those fortunate
enough to have come under his
tutelage. In his own quiet way,
E. D. Lawrence was a giant,
and his contribution to the
educational betterment of the
many police officers and
schoolchildren who sat in his
classes during the time he has
been in our country should by
no means go unheralded. I
personally, shall always be
grateful to "teacher" for the
fragments of his wisdom which
he so quietly and unselfishly
imparted. I feel certain that the


loss of this inspiring and
wonderful soul has left an
indelible mark on the
memories of my colleagues in
the Force and all those,
including the Lawrence
family, who were close enough
to really know him.
I find the lyrics in the last
stanza of the well-known
Black/London song-poem to be
a fitting tribute to the memory
of E. D. Lawrence:
The time has come, for closing
books
And long last looks must end
But as I leave, I know that I
Am leaving my best friend
A friend who taught me right
from wrong
And weak from strong, that's a
lot to learn
What can I give you in return?
If you wanted the moon,
I would write across the sky
In letters that would soar
A thousand feet high
"To Sir With Love!"

In memory of SIR with love!
WENZEL N. RAHMING,
Fire Department.


Parent wants

headmaster

reinstated


EDITOR The Tribune,
I would appreciate The
Tribune publishing the
following letter to Mr. William
Holowesko, chairman of St.
Andrew's School Board.
Mr. William Holowesko
Dear sir,
I understand that you were
invited to attend the parents
meeting at St. Andrews' School
on the night of June 21st, so
that we, the parents, could find
out why you and the Board
fired Mr. Chaplin. You, nor
any member of your Board saw
fit to attend this meeting in an
official capacity to explain
why.
That of course only left us
guessing as to which of the
below was your reason for this.
(1) You do not think
enough of our children.
(2) You are scared to
FACE the public to say why
you fired him. (Mr. Chaplin is
not.)
I do not know who is wrong.
How can I when you all failed
to come to the meeting?
But I do know that Mr. John
Chaplin was at least MAN
enough (and concerned enough
about his pupils) to come and
face the Public while you
were not.
To tell the truth I should
not have to write to you. The
Board should have come and
told the parents their reason in
such an important matter -
unless you all believe that you
are all GODS and can do as
you wish.
I realize that you have the
power. But what about a little
common decency (like showing
up for the Mqeting)?
This man has put in 19 years
at St. Andrews, remember. Not
only that, but it took him at
least 12 years of training a
total of 31 years and as far as I
can see, his record at school is
A.O.K.
Under his administration the
school has come a long way. At
least I can see what Mr.
Chaplin has done.
Now for what you have
accomplished as a Board
member or chairman at this
school or any other we just
don't know!
Let's say that you have a
reason I was taught in school
to measure the good against
the bad. So if you write down
the good and bad compare
them and then use your
conscience, I am certain that
even you would have to say
without hesitation reinstate
him.
As far as I can determine -
St. Andrews has been without
any major problems for 17
years then upon your being
chairman of the Board -
suddenly St. Andrews has
problems which can only be
solved by the dismissal of its
Headmaster of 19 years. Is this
what you would have us
believe?
In my opinion it all boils
down to who is best for St.
Andrews you or Mr. Chaplin.
Since you are unable or
unwilling to give us a reason
for Mr. Chaplin's dismissal,
then there is no doubt in my
mind who should go!
MICHAEL N. ROBERTS


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THt- VAST room is South is the dealer, i
humming with suppressed three passes, tast
excitement. Over 500 tables partner bids 2NT.
are in play, and as you take out of the question,
your cards out of the board prime need is to f
the very last board of the whether partner has
tournament you wonder, .1Spades or 4 Hearts am
what fate has in store for you treasuresre.
You and your partner have had/. So you bid 3 Cl
an exceptionally good session,. 'clever Stayman devfi
and you feel a quiet optimism, enables a playerI
but the fact remains that one position to gelt
bad result can throw you both information. East rei
a long way down the ladder, Diamonds, denying
while an unusually good one major. But now South
might catapult you to the top. diversion, and double
Your side is vulnerable, the doesn't bother you
others are not. As West, you obviously a lead-
find yourself looking at the double, and as you
following unprepossessing intention of letting
collection: play in No Trumps, yo
QJ 10 7 5 to ignore it. You bid 3
10 8 7 2 rather hoping that par
j allow you to stay there
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bidding.
As expected, a Diamond
opens the attack, North leading
the 9. Your partner, looking
slightly guilty, ,aq well he
might, puts down. hiO dummy,
which we will lst.alongspide
your hand:


QJ 1075
10872
864


AQ6
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This is the kind offldttery you
could do without,' you tell
yourself, but you thank him
nonchalantly, and settle down
to ask yourself some questions.


u decide The first one is: how did I
I Spades come to get him as a partner?
tner will But you dismiss that as unfair,
e. But he since if you yourself held the
Dd to the King of Hearts instead of the
u to 4 two Jacks you do hold, you
I would have bid the same way,
but then you would be glad
you were in Game.
So next you ask yourself,
what will the rest of the room
be doing with these cards? If
they know their stuff, they will
be in a nice safe 3 Spades, with
every prospect of making it. If
they are in 4 Spades, they will
have had every bit as much
trouble as lies in store for you.
On balance, you reckon that
most of them will stay out of
Game, and that therefore there
will be a string of plus scores
against which to measure
whatever you finish with.
Next, what are the chances?
Given a reasonable trump
break, you assess them as
about 50-50. You must lose a
club and a Heart. In addition,
you may lose the King of
> Spades, and maybe another
Heart.
Does that complete the list
of dangers? No, you realise.
You could conceivably run
into a Club ruff if you played
that suit too early; and finally,
if you got forced in Diamonds
too many times, you could lose
control of trumps.
That makes quite a list, so
you apologise to the rest of the
table, and go into committee
with yourself to see how best
to tackle your problems. The
straightforward line would be
to take the Ace of Diamonds,
Iff a Diamond, then run the
een of Spades. If that


succeeded, you'd have at least
9 tricks, with excellent chances
of the tenth. But if South has
the King of Spades and returns
another Diamond, you would
be forced to ruff, reducing
your trumps to two. Later,
South could well come in with
either the Ace of Clubs or the
King of Iearts, and shoot yet
another Diamond at you to
finish you off,
You don't like it very much.
There is no point at all in
playing Clubs for a discard,
since not only might you get
one ruffed, but the suit may
not yield a discard anyway.
Why not play Ace and another
Spade? Principally because you
will look foolish if North has
the King all the time. But you
will look even more foolish by
going down after taking all
night to make up your mind,
so you compromise by leading
a small Spade away from
dummy's Ace. That way, you
retain trump entries in both
hands.
South frowns suspiciously at
the small'Spade, and eventually
goes up with the King. You are
relieved. The finesse would not
have worked. He returns a
Diamond, which you ruff. Now
you play a Club to dummy,
and the King holds the trick.
You follow with two rounds of
trumps, Norh throwing a
Diamond on the second round.
You begin to be fairly sure


that the complete
something like this:
,x x
Kxx
Axxx

QJ 1075
10872
J864
864


deal was


A8 2
AQ6
A53
KQJ2


Kxx
K 1xx
KQ lOxx
xx
The chances are, that at this
vulnerability, South would
have risked an opening bid
with 11 points. He has shown
up with the King and Queen of
Diamonds and the King of
Spades, so he almost certainly
does not hold either the Ace of
Clubs or the King of Hearts.
Feeling optimistic now,


you set about making yur
contact. You took their last
trump in your own hand, so
now you lead a small Heart to
dummy's Queen. It holds. You
play the Ace and a small Heart,
which North takes with his
King, but which promotes your
10.
North leads his last
Diamond, which you ruff with
your last trump. You cash the
10 of Hearts, then lead a Club.
North, with a sigh, goes up
with his Ace, and makes the
third and last trick for the
defence, because he has only
Clubs to return, and dummy
has only Q, J.
"Well played", says East.
"Well bid", you reply.
A little gentle perjury
doesn't do much harm at the
Bridge table especially as
everybody else does it all the


SFiMy id Jul22, 1973.



time. And half an hour later
you g onem further, when the
emults ae a announced, and you
find that a good score on that
lat board has given you first
place.
"If you'd have left me in 3
Spades, I'd have never forgiven
you", you say with a grin. And
hope to be forgiven for saying
it.
RC.
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WEATHER: Generally fair,
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laniaican woman fined |


$150 for false passport |


A 26-year-old Jamaican
woman who aid her father
told her she had been boon in
r the Bahamas was fined $150
by Chief Magistrate Wilton
S Hercules this morning after she
had been found in possession
of a false passport, which she
used to travel from Nassau to
New York.
Milleent Victoria Fair of
Kingston, Jamaica told the
,court that she thought it was
perfectly legal to use the
passport which she had.
- obtained from a Baptist
minister, the Rev. Cassiano B.
Fulford after going to him for
help in obtaining a birth
certificate.
She pleaded guilty to
ossession of a false document
The magistordered dismnded in
custody until her fine was paid
beenor to serve a three-month
Alternative prison sentence,
Swhchwas also onductimed by nsp. osedbythe
BurkChief Magistrate.
The magistrate dismissed a
Charge of having a forged
document. No evidence had
been offered to the charge by
the prosecution, which was
conducted by Insp. Hugh
Burke.
F Pair was arrested and
; charged following her arrival
-here on June 17, Insp. Burke
said. He said she arrived here
from New York and presented


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P.M. throws out challenge to accountants


the passport to Immigration
Department officer John Rolle.
TAMPERING
Mr. Role discovered there
had been some tampering done
to the passport BHS 18114
- which Fair had presented
him upon her return from New
York.
He landed her, but
impounded her passport and
requested she report to the
Immigration Department the
next day, Mr. Burke said.
At the time of her return
from New York, she claimed
she was a Bahamian who had
been visiting abroad, he said.
She told police officers
that she arrived here in March
1968 from Jamaica. Her father,
Aaron Fair, had told her that
she was born here.
She said in her statement
that after consulting with the
Rev. Mr. Fulford, he promised
to get her a birth certificate.
He did this after going to the
Registry.
She said that sometime later,
Mr. Fulford also gave her a
Bahamian passport. The
passport contained an
American B-2 visa, which
enabled her to travel to the
United States, she said.
She had used the passport
for her trip to New York as she
thought it was legal.


challenge that he hoped they
would accept to make
accountancy entirely
indigenous in the Bahamas.
The Prime Minister also
told the accountants that he
would give them his moral
support. He added that he
hoped that the accountants
would continue to show the
willingness that they've*
displayed in the past and not
the skepticism.
Following the dinner, Basil


Sands, president of the
association, gave the opening
remarks and the vote of
thanks was given by the
vice-president, Mr. Donald
Britchford.
Other guests attending the
meeting were, Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna;
Minister of Development
Carlton Francis and T.
Baswell Donaldson, chairman
of the Bahamas Monetary
Authority.


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have ratified, will succeed the
non-governmental
International Union of Official
Travel Organizations (IUOTO).
The new body will continue
and expand IUOTO's work in
all sectors. Of the six regions
composing the worldwide
IUOTO structure, South Asia
has so far registered the highest
percentage of ratifications.
In 1972, nearly 200 million
m tourist arrivals were recorded
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Apple Wine affecting health


branded false by importers
RUMOURS THAT BOONE'S FARM APPLE WINE adversely
affects health are false and "definitely originated with importers
of other products," a statement from Bahamas Blenders Limited
has declared.


The apple wine wan
condemned in the House of
Assembly on June 13 as
"embalming fluid," and,
according to the Bahamas
Blenders press release,
"rumours have been persistent
that the wine causes swelling of
the ankles and was the cause of
other medical abnormalities."
However, Bahamas Blenders,
importers of the product,
contacted the U.S. Federal
Bureau of Alcohol The
Bureau's Dr. Alex Mathers was
quoted -as ..saying "we have
examined Boone's Farm Wine
many times and have found it
to be a perfectly good, sound
wine."
In addition, the press release
said, "Dr. Mathers advised that
he would be dispatching a
signed letter from the director
of the Bureau to substantiate
further that the wine is 'bona


Robert H. (Bobby) Symonette
said that three bottles of
the wine were sent to the
"but no results from the tests
have been received, from the
Ministry.
9 P.C. ALCOHOL
"Boone's Farm is 100
percent apple wine and
contains only nine percent
alcohol and is a light,
refreshing, beverage-type
drink," Mr. Symonette said.
,& It definitely would not be
the policy of Bahamas Blenders
to import an inferior product
even though the price was
attractive, Mr. Symonette
added.
The wine's low price has
contributed to its
"phenomenal success" on the
Bahamian market. In the first
ten weeks of sales here an
average of 2,000 cases of the
wine were sold each week.


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Goombay fashion show at


Nassau Beach
AS THE GOOMBAY
SUMMER spirit spreads around
Nassau, many of the
fashionable set will be heading
out to the Nassau Beach Hotel
on Monday, June 25, for the
Goombay Summer Fashion
Show and buffet luncheon.
The luncheon, which was a
tremendous success last year,
will be held at the hotel's
popular outdoor restaurant,
Pineapple Place, starting at 12
noon. A splendid Bahamian
buffet luncheon is being
prepared for the occasion and
Bahamian culinary expert Eric
Taylor assures us that all the
favourites will be on the menu,
including turtle pie, conch
stew, curried lamb and stewed
fish, plus fried plantain,
macaroni, and peas 'n rice. A
tempting selection of desserts
like coconut pie, guava mousse


Hotel Monday
and pineapple upsidedown
cake are guaranteed to make
you forget that diet.
The provocative rhythms of
Ronnie Butler and his
Ramblers will keep your feet
tapping and will also provide
the music for the fashion show.
Joan Neely and Jean
Wilkinson, of the Trend
Bahamas Modelling Agency,
say that they are rehearsing for
a really exciting show with a
fabulous array of outfits
provided by the Aquarius
Boutique. Giving this show a
vivacity that only Bahamian
models know how will be
"Miss Bahamas" Cypriana
Munnings, Ella Mae Bastian,
Deidrie Munroe and Glenda
Bethel. To put the men well
into the fashion scene will be
Colin Knowles, Andrew
Kinney and Leon Lorenzo.


HOW BARCLAYS

RESCUED A MAN

FROM DISASTER
By KAREN DUNCOMBE
MANY OF US don't stop to
think too seriously about the
bank we use, but on the
morning of June 4, Mr.
Durward Mills, of Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, was very glad
that his bank was Barclays
Bank International.
In the small hours of the
morning of that weekend
holiday, Mr. Graham Jones,
manager of Barclays Bank
International, Marsh Harbour
branch, was awakened by Mr.
Mills, a customer of his bank.
Mr. Mills, accompanied by
the Chief Fire Officer from
Marsh Harbour, had arrived at
Mr. Jones' house in the early
morning hours. He asked Mr.
Jones if he could open up the
Bank in order to check and see
if the insurance on his house
had been renewed, as his
residence and all the contents
had just been destroyed by
fire.
At this point, quite
naturally, Mr. Mills was
completely distraught, not
only because of the extensive
damage done to his property
but also because he was sure
his insurance premium had not
been paid. All he could
remember was receiving a
reminder from the Barclays
office that the premium was
due for renewal. If it was not
paid, it meant that he had in
fact lost everything he owned
and would not get any
monetary compensation
whatsoever.
However, due to considerate
thinking on the part of Mr.
Jones, the manager, a loan had
been authorised for the
insurance and Mr. Mills was
completely covered.
SIGH OF RELIEF
Breathing a sigh of obvious
relief, Mr. Mills returned to his
family to tell them the one bit
of good news he had received
that holiday morning.
Barclays Bank had saved Mr.
Mills a tremendous amount of
frustration and worry, not to
mention a great deal of
expense.
Additionally, the staff of
Barclays in Marsh Harbour
have started a collection for
Mr. Mills and his family, and a
fire relief fund account has
been opened in the books to
receive contributions.
The next time you go to a
bank, stop to think what they
might do for you, and whether
they will be as helpful as
Barclays Bank in Marsh
Harbour was to Mr. Mills, just
one of their many customers.
After all, it's not everyday that
a Bank saves someone financial
strain because his house burns
down!


MOON
MOON: Rises
Sets 11:11 a.m.


11:31 p.m.


Cable Beach announced


Mr. Shaw-Sadler explained
that because risks must be
minimized in a commercial
venture of this kind, local
Bahamian professional and
construction firms of proven
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reputation and performance
wil be used, and that
Robjohns Clarke and Company
have already been retained as
architects and development
consultants,


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NOTICE


GRAMCO MANAGEMENT LIMITED
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT
IT HAS CHANGED ITS NAME TO
ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT LIMITED
Cloughton House, Shirley St. P. 0. Box N4883,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas

Audited financial statements of Gramco
Management Limited and Subsidiaries, for the
fiscal year ended 31st December, 1972, have been
issued and are available upon request at the
following locations:

ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT LIMITED
P. 0. Box N-4883
Nassau, Bahamas
Banque De Paris et Des Pays-Bas pour le Gran
Duche de Luxembourg Blvd. Royal,
Luxembourg-Ville, P. 0. 51, where the articles of
incorporation and by-laws of Atlantic Management
Ltd. are available for inspection.

As a result of the Company's change of name,
Bearer Certificates issued in the name of Gramco
Management Limited will be stamped with the new
name, and Bearer Certificate holders should
arrange to bring or to send by registered mail their
certificates to Banque de Paris et Des Pays-Bas to
have this done. The stamped certificates will be
returned to the holders within 14 days, by
registered mail, with appropriate insurance free of
charges at the address indicated.

While Atlantic Management Limited will support
the risks of any loss of any certificate from the
time they have been received for stamping by
Banque de Paris et Des Pays-Bas certificate holders
however have to support the same risks until the
certificates have been received by the bank above
mentioned.

Whether such Bearer Certificates are stamped or
not, they will remain in full force and effect
However, the Luxembourg Bourse has indicated
that only stamped certificates will be accepted for
trading purposes after 22 December, 1973.

Shares will be listed on such exchange under
denomination Atlantic Management Limited
(Gramco Management Limited).


POUR LA SOCIETY
BANQUE DE PARIS ET DES PAYS-BAS


[ SS Emillio hoWisbt cople for
I4Z.NIU Win $6 illon OUSINg complex for


RANCE CO, LT1,

PHONE 5-6621

HOLDERS OF
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TRUST PRICES

1973
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A NEW six million dollar
housing complex on Cable
Beach has been announced by
Peter Shaw-Sadler, developer
of the property. During past
years, Mr. Shaw-Sadler has
been connected with
residential developments such
as the Towers of Cable Beach,
Carefree, Delaporte Point and
was the guiding light of
Harbour Mews.
The new development, said
Mr. Shaw-Sadler, "will perhaps
herald a new dawn in private
residential development an
uncomplicated way of life in
pleasant surroundings.
"Although Harbour Mews
and Delaporte point suited the
prevailing social and
economic conditions when
they were built, and have
proven themselves by
remaining fully occupied, there
is now a void to be filled in
providing accommodation and
a way of life attractive to both
the winter and permanent
resident. Problems of absentee
ownership, security, return on
investment, are well on their
way to being solved, and the
amenities to be offered in this
development will be elaborate.
"This is is not planned to be a
low cost development.
Location and facilities to be
provided dictate otherwise.
However, over a year's research
in the United States and
Europe has revealed building
methods and ideas which could
well prove beneficial in the
future to low and moderate
cost housing in the Bahamas.
"Financing of this
development, both long and
'hort term, will be from
overseas and knowledge of the
development has already
resulted in positive requests
from both Bahamians and
winter residents.


Amounton deposit Period Monthly income for 30-day month*
2,000 1 year 14.39
3,000 1 year 21.68
4,000 1 year 28.76
A Monthly lent t wi# vrysightly dependVng on nua wds Ine th month
Deposits can also be placed for longer fixed periods of
up to 5 years at attractive rates of interest.
Write today for details of our full range of Deposit
Schemes and a copy of Deposit Booklet No.4a2o


SLombard

North Central
*Bankers
Lombard North Cmentral Limited is member of the National WetmlneeM rBa* Gatp
whose Caplol and ReMserve eiced 470.000.000.
Head Office: LOMBARD HOUSE. CityOffice: 31 LOMBARD ST..
CURZON STREET, LONDON WIA 1EU, LONDON EC3V 98D. ENGLAND.
ENGLAND. TEL: 01 -499 4111 TEL: 01 623 4111


PRIME MINISTER
Lyndon Pindling, in an
informal address to over 50
accountants at the Bahamas
Institute of Chartered Ac-
countants second annual
general meeting and dinner,
held Monday night at the
East Hill Club, congratulated
them on the achievement of
their formation and urged
them to encourage and train
more Bahamians into their
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IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE BAHAMAS
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1972


NOTICE
The Petition of Elizabeth Brown of the Forest
Exuma Bahamas in respect of: -
ALL that piece parcel or tract of land Situate
Westward of the Settlement of George Town in
the Island of Exuma, containing 158 Acres
bounded on the North by a Public Road on the
East by land originally granted to one Nathaniel
Hall on the South by the Sea and on the West by
land originally granted to Mary Robinson which
said piece parcel or tract of land is coloured Pink
on a plan thereof filed in this matter in the
Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence.
ELIZABETH BROWN the Petitioner in this matter
claims to be the owner of the unincumbered fee
simple estate in possession of the said parcel of
land and has made application to the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands Under Section 3 of
the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have her Title to
the said piece parcel or tract of land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
The Court in accordance with the provisions of the
said Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
,prl)al office hours at the following places.

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

(b) The Commissioner's Office George Town
Exuma.

(c) The Notice Board of the Justice of the Peace
Situate Moss Town Exuma.
(d) The Chambers of David Bethell, The Bernard
Sunley Building, in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or any adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on'or
before the 3rd day of July A.D. 1973 file in the
Supreme Court in The City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner a Statement of his claim in
the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be
filed therewith
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his Claim on or before the 3rd day of
July A.D. 1973 Will operate as a Bar to such Claim

DAVID C. BETHELL
Attorney for the Petitioner
Bernard Sunley Building


1973 FORD

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John S.George can supply the best



of the old & the best of the new
By ....
DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD


AS WE APPROACH
nationhood more people are
becoming properly and
increasingly aware of our
Bahamian history.
Expulsis Piratis Restitutia
Commercial, inscribed on the j
old coat of arms of the
Bahamas for the past three
centuries, is also part of the
new coat of arms.
However, the history of
Bahamian commerce cannot be
written without reference to 1
Nassau's oldest mercantile
store John S. George which
was established in 1855.
In 1846 Mr. John S. George
arrived from England to work
for the merchant company of
Claypole.
The story of young Mr. John
S. George is the classic one of
the ambitious young man
leaving the old country and
making good in the new. Mr.
George arrived in the Bahamas
from England in 1846, worked
for Claypole & Company,
general merchants, courted and
married one of the boss'
daughters and thirteen years
after his arrival formed his own
company of John S. George.
In those days the store was
located in a classical Bahamian
building on Bay Street and the
George family lived in an
apartment above the store.
In 1959 the store moved to
the wide open spaces of
Palmdale after suffering from
congestion of Bay Street.
HISTORIC LINK
In the modern spacious
store, which sells every modern
appliance for the home and
garden with fishing and marine
supplies the link with history is
still there in the person of Mr.
McKinney, the great-great-
grandson of John S. George's
first employer, Mr. Claypole.
John S. George has supplied
the hardware needs of
Bahamians for generations yet
it has always kept bang up to
date. Last week the new
Bahamian flag was on sale
there. Price-wise it has
struggled not to keep that
up-to-date and their many
regular customers vouch for
the fact that many hardware
items are less expensive than in
the other hardware stores.
John S. George was also
"first" in Freeport and up until
a short time ago was the only
hardware store there.
This store, which prides
itself on combining the best of
the old with the best of the
new, can justly boast of the
fact that it services the
appliances it sells throughout
the whole of the Bahamas.
There are five main
departments within the one
store: retail department,
speciality selling, wholesale
department (for retail stores in
Nassau and the out-islands),
service department and the
central airconditioning
department.
Tribune readers are probably
as familiar as I am with the
retail goods, lovely
Westinghouse appliacnes,
Singer sewing machines, Black
& Decker power tools, smart
quality Antler luggage, pans
and household goods of every
description, beautiful*
Corningware which can go
from oven to table to freezer


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SMMOTORSO
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A SELECTION of some of
the lovely crystal and Royal
Albert bone china in the gift
section department of JOHN
S. GEORGE & CO.,
Palmdale.
and Royal Albert china. For
those buying for the June bride
and for those planning to
celebrate Independence by
entertaining graciously Royal
Albert bone china would be a
monument to their good taste.
SPECIALTIES
The specialty selling is of
particular interest. John S.
George sell emergency lights
which come on automatically
when the power fails.
There is a glass tinting
service called Sun-Stop. This is
a plastic coating for window
glass which in invisible. it
prevents heat, fade and glare
on widows. It will make your
home more comfortable in the
summer if you have no air
conditioning and it will reduce
your electricity bill at home or
in your business where there is
air-conditioning. John S.
George will give you a free
estimate and demonstration,
the cost is not high and
Sun-Stop which comes both in
clear and tinted coatings is
guaranteed for three years.
And while we're on the
subject of Air Conditioning
John S. George has an
unimpeachable record in this
field. They did the central air
conditioning in South Ocean
Club, the new police
compound and the I.B.M.
building they also have the
contract to centrally
air-condition the new
government building at Oakes
Field and the Central Bank.
John S. George have the
dealership for the well known
Bayer products. Two new
interesting products which are
now going on the market are
Autan and Delial.
Autan is a new insect
repellant body spray and I am
assured this one really works.
What is more it is convenient
to apply, coming as it does in
an aerosol spray can, is
pleasant smelling and not
greasy.
Delial is a brand new sun
shield and skin lubricant.
Unlike the usual sun tan
lotions it is not oily and it
quickly disappears into the
.skin leaving no excessive shine.
As a lubricant it can be used as
a beneficial skin lotion and it
does not stain clothing. It has
also been found to be
beneficial for the treatment of
other burns besides sun burn.
John S. George has the
agency for Dixie and Interstate
paints and for the rest of this
month paint-up month -
there is 20% discount. This
paint, which is manufactured
in Brunswick, Georgia close to
the border of ,Northern
Florida, is tested in a similar
climate to that of the Bahamas
and is used throughout Florida.
Because of this the
management of John S. George
firmly believe that it is much
more suitable for use in the
Bahamas than other brands
manufactured in Northern
climates.
June is also the month of
gardening and this year in
particular much emphasis has
been put on beautification.
John S. George carry a
complete line of garden tools
and fertilizers. The O.M. Scott
brand of lawn fertilizer is well
known throughout the
Southern states of America and
is believed again to be
particularly suited to Bahamian
climate and conditions. Even
the lazy gardener has little
excuse not to have a perfect
lawn for Independence. To
apply you just dump it in a
spreader and take a leisurely
walk up and down your lawn.


By Abigail Van Buren
0 17m by CMcaE Trail N. Y. NeWs 5TC'. lac.
DEAR ABBY: I am in the United States Air Force. I am
a married man, but I have spent more time away from my
wife than with her because I have been stationed overseas
in places where dependents are not permitted.
I love my wife with all my heart and nothing could
ever change that. We have had a good marriage in which
we have always said that we would be absolutely truthful
with each other. Well, that is my problem. I have failed in
my part of the agreement.
I have told my wife that she was the only woman I
have ever had an affair with. That's a lie. Before I was
married, I had an affair with a married woman. While I
was overseas I had two "one-night stands" with a different
girl each time. They meant nothing to me. I can't even
remember their names.
I have prayed for forgiveness and feel that Jesus has
forgiven me, but I feel as guilty about' lying to my wife.
But if I told her the truth now she would never believe
another word I said.
Should I confess these lies to het or not? Abby, you are
the only person to whom I've told this.
At the bottom of your column in the Stars and Stripes it
says: "Write to Abby, you'll feel better if you get it off
your chest."
I think I do. Now tell me, should I tell my wife?
OFF MY CHEST IN GUAM
DEAR OFF: No, no, no! Confessing to your wife would
only make her unhappy. You've confessed to Jesus. That's
enough.

DEAR ABBY: There is an unwritten law of ethics
among hairdressers. One operator does not deliberately
steal another operator's patrons. If the customer herself
decides to switch of her own accord, fine and dandy. But
for an operator to try to lure away a co-worker's best-paying
or most interesting customers is unethical.
As a shop owner who is also a hairdresser I have seen
some excellent operators fail victim to such piracy and
coequently ose their self-conIdence. By the time the
owner of the shop becomes aware of what has happened,
the offending operators have made themselves so valuable
to the shop that the owner can't afford to fire them.
How are the victims to fight back?
NAMELESS OUT WEST
DEAR NAMELESS: It's conceivable that a salespersoe
might successfully lure away a co-worker's customer. But
W's highly unlikely that a hairdresser could "steal" a satis-
fled patrei from a eo-worker. If the patron eaan be 'lred
away," she's net satisfied, In whleh ease It's her privilege
to swith.
Prlmeam? TYeN fed better V you get I ff yew heet
For a pere al reply, write to ABBY: BS Ne. ISI, L. A.,
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CAER O U0ITNITIS

H3Y1 UE9 CNnUAM InlEI

invites applications from suitably qualified Bahamians
who are Interested in a career with a major
Development Bank. This position is suitable to those
who are prepared to engage in such further study as is
necessary and who are willing to apply themselves to
their daily duties to build a rewarding career. An
opportunity presently exists in the following area:
LOAN OFFICER
The services of an experienced loan officer are
required. Applicants should possess approximately 10
years banking experience In which a minimum of 4
years has been spent in credit analysis. It is essential
that some knowledge of Foreign procedures,
Exchange Control regulations and accounting
routines be possessed. A working knowledge of the
Spanish language would be an advantage.

Applications should be submitted in handwriting,
accompanied by a full resume, to:
The Menager,


RoyIEST
P.O. BOx N4-.,
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N THE SUPREME COURT
)F THE COMMONWEALTH
)F THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
EQUITY SIDE


1973
No. 14


IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING
TITLES ACT (Chapter 133) 1959


AND


IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith and
Miriam Neely

AND
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT tract of
land being a portion of a larger tract of land
originally granted to James Kelly situate at
Corrie Sound on the Island of Eleuthera
containing by admeasurement 108.36 acres.

AMENDED NOTICE

By Order dated the 25th day of May, A.D., 1973

The Petition of George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith
and Miriam Neely in respect of: -


NOTICE is hereby given that any persons having
dower or right of dower or an Adverse Claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the Sixteenth day of July, A.D., 1973 file in
the Supreme Court of the Island of New
Providence aforesaid and serve on the Petitioners
or the undersigned a statement of his or her claim
in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to
be filed therewith. FAILURE of any person to file
and serve a statement of his or her claim on or
before the said Sixteenth day of July, A.D., 1973
will operate as a 6ar to such claim.


JAMES THOMPSON
Attorney for the Petitioners.


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JEWELLERY HAMMOCKS ETC.
SAT. JUNE 16 to SAT. JUNE 23


AMUARIWM

BOUTIQUE
CHARLOTTE STREET


George Trevor Smith, Merle Smith and Miriam
Neely the Petitioners 'in this matter claim to be
the owners in fee simple of the said tract of land
and has made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have
their title to the said tract investigated and the
nature and extent thereof determined and declared
in the Certificate of Title to be granted by the
Court in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
Copies of the plan filed herein may be inspected
during the normal office hours at the following
places: -


1. The Registry of the Supreme Court, Supreme
Court Building, Public Square, City of Nassau,
New Providence.
2. The Chambers of James M. Thompson,
Frederick Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
3. The Commissioner at Harbour Island,
Eleuthera.
4. The Public Notice Board at The Bluff.
Eleuthera.


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"ALL THAT tract of land being a portion ot a
larger tract of Three hundred and Twenty (320)
Acres originally granted to James Kelly situate
at Corrie Sound on the Northwest coast of the
Island of Eleuthera containing by
admeasurement 108.36 Acres which said tract of
land' is bounded NORTHWARDLY partly by a"
portion of a tract originally granted to Richard
Thompson and now believed to be the property
of Dennis Underwood and partly by a pond and
running thereon jointly One thousand Two
hundred and Thirty-five and Forty-four one
hundredths (1,235.44) Feet
NORTHWESTWARDLY by an inlet of the sea
called and known as Corrie Sound and running
thereon Three thousand Four hundred and
Ninety-eight and Seventy-one one hundredths
(3,498.71) Feet SOUTHWARDLY by the other
portion of the tract of land originally granted to
James Kelly which portion is now believed to be
the property of Austin Kelly and running
thereon One thousand Four hundred and
Sixty-six and Thirty-four one hundredths
(1,466.34) Feet SOUTHWESTWARDLY by a
pond and running thereon Three thousand Six
hundred and Foureen and Forty-one hundredths
(3,614.41) Feet which said tract of land has
such position shape marks boundaries and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan
filed in this matter and is thereon shown
coloured Pink"


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CLA SSIFIED SECTION TO PLE YUR ADV. TELEPHONE 210


EAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE F RENT I CARS FORSALEOOR SALE I I MARINE SPPLIES I ELP I EI I 1 TE
CM021OM04


N ON TERRACE 2
bedroom 1 bath home extra
iedrom or study, fully
-urnished including
tiro iionng, T.V. and
$25,000.00. Call

t10183
FOR SALE
-AN ATTRACTIVE furnished
;two bedroom cottage on a
large lot Adelaide Beach -
reasonably priced. A selection
.6f beach lbts at Adelaide -
oPrlce starting at $12,000.00.
'For information call 23921.


C10188
FOR SALE
2A large attractive corner lot
WMount Royal Avenue, size 98 x
110. Ideal for commercial
prposes With substantial three
unit apartment building which
could be adapted for offices
and other purposes. Price low
for quick sale. Call 23921.
Z10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining; kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
Throughout. Unusual
opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House In
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen,
utility room and carport. Built
In range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
.To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10172
1 FOR SALE BY OWNER:
3 bedroom 2% bath, double car
jprage, 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. Sweating 22738
.-- 9 to 5 Mon. thru. Fri.
S14042 .
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
e rpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
1arconditioned. To view
Vtlephone 2-1722-3.


PRESTIGE HOMES
Phone 28851
P.O. Box N-1469, Nassau

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

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

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

BLAIR 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
living room, dining room,
office, double carport. aill to
lII carpet, laundry room,
conditioned. Patio, den.

IIGH VISTA 2 bedrooms 2
b*th, living and dining room.
Family room, den, large patio.
Wall to wall carpeting.
Furnished.
EAST SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 bedroom apartments. Living
and dining room, kitchen, near
Montagu Beach.

QREAM HOUSE on
waterfront Call for
information.,

4 UNIT APARTMENT 2
bedrooms, living and dining
room, bath. Completely
furnished.


COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Centreville 30x100 has 3
r lease. $850 per month.


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
75x100 warehouse 2000
sq.ft., 3 bedroom apartment
asd 1 bedroom apartment.

2 LOTS Coral Harbour.

LOT HIGH VISTA Best buy
of the year ONLY $4500.00
FOR QUICK ACTION LIST
WITH US


- C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Striet. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.


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

FLUENT
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
M ontrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C 10022
A IRC OND ITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring,
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10049
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments ,on, ElIzabet,
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking T.V. Antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.


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


C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone-41562.


C10087
DOWNTOWN PARKING
ELIZABETH AVENUE
Monthly $20 per car.
Hourly 50c first hour.
30c each additional hour.
ELIZABETH CARPARK
7-7387 or 2-4727
C 10083
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.
C10206
Completely furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted.
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8112.
C10216
1 BEDROOM furnished
apartment airconditioned.
******t*


Extra large 2 bedroom
furnished apartment,
airconditioned.
GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
107 Shirley Street, Phone
27662 or 28966.
C10236
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment -- Centreville. Call
3-4128
C 10169
3 BED 1 BATH home in Blair
$375 per month. Available
20th June.


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


C10267
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Cooper's Terrace -
fenced in yard. Monthly or
weekly payment. Phone
32688.

WMTS TO RENT
C10272
CANADIAN COUPLE require
nice 3 bedroom furnished
house for long term. Preferably
in west end. Phone 7-8203.

SCARS FOR SALE


C10235



PRO EVIDENCE



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C10low
1972 %TOYOTA 1000,
ExceUlent. Condition Available
1st July, Call 42050 after 6:00
p.m.
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 10231
1964 VALIANT. Excellent
engine. Ask at Coakley
Apartments, Farrington Road
opposite Treglown. Thursday
to Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
C10232
One XJ6 4.2 litre, air,
conditioned, radio, A-1
condition. Phone 2-8079.
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.

C10250
1964 BUICK SPECIAL. Very
relab le $350. O.N.O. Phone
31355.


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headers, Corvette 4 speed, 4:11
rear. Mag wheels, big skins.
Interior: rolled, white,
Naugahyde, stereo tape.
2.000.00 Freeport. 352-5730.


C10177
BRAND NEW Minnesota Fats
Pool Table. Phone 2-8851
(days) 58979 (nights).
C10240
PATIO SALE
Clothing, household articles,
records/books and
miscellaneous items: Saturday,
June 23rd from 9:00 to 12:00.
Wild Tamarind Apartments,
Sandford Drive left off golf
course road (Prospect Ridge).
C10225
LEAVING ISLAND
16' Boston Whaler 100 h.p.
Johnson-trailer, skis, tanks,
anchors, etc. -$2900.

RCA colour T.V. $250.
**.** *-** *
Stereo -$200.
Phone 7-7155.
C10226
Small Couch $90.00
Coffee Table $35.00
MInc. Lamps $5.00 up
Phoe S-4380
MOTOR BIKE


C10181
72 Suzuki 250 cc. Phone
24635 ask for Larry 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. $550.00.


C10251
DOUBLE BED, two chests of
drawers, bedside table. $100
the lot. Phone 31355.
C10269
14 FLATS used previously
used by Kingsway Players in
their drama productions.
Phone 42158 for further
details.
C10261
6-5-Piece place setting of
Rosenthal China with extra
serving pietes. Call 41062
between 4-7 p.m.
C10273
8 PIECE TRADITIONAL
bedroom suite. Including twin
beds $450. Complete excellent
condition. Phone 7-7508.
C10223
BABY FOLDING Dressing
'Table $15; High-chair $15;
Walker $6; Convertible
Relax-a-chair $12. Phone
4-2101.
C10220
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can be seen
at Nixon's Upholstery. Bernard
Road. Telephone 4-1298.


0244 I
TERES*ED In leasing homer
waterf~pot .Eastern Road.
ssible purchase. Call Mrs.
under between 8 a.m. 4
n. at 24001.
0248
ORE SPACE, East Street
uth, next door to Mae's
muty Salon Phone 3-5350.
0249
BEDROOM completely
rnished apartment -
ipledon Gardens. Phone
5350.
0265
BEDROOM 1 BATH town
use Second Terrace. $285
r month.

FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM
'ARTMENTS in town $150
$250 per month.
BEDROOM 2 BATH well
rnished home High Vista.
50 per month.
and 2 BEDROOM
*ARTMENTS in town,
Ilage Road and Westward
Ilas. From $160 to $285 per
month.
Dr all your rental inquiries
ntact: McPherson & Brown,
phone 2-2680 to 3.
10276
BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house, Bamboo Town. Phone
4694.


C 10255
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 FAI RLANE
4 dr. auto, brown$450
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU
blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2dr.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
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST
green $1200
1970 CHEVE LLE MALIBU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed,
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


C10200
GOOMBAY SPECIAL
16ft. Glastron Ski Boat with
50 h.p. Mercury and trailer,
also skis, ski rope, belt etc.
Bargain offer at $1750. Phone
J. Churchill 21061 (9 to 5:30)
42192 (after 5:30 p.m.).
C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht
Phone 3-2371.
C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan.
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
Phone 54011 Mon. to Fri.

I PETS

C10254
GOOD HOMES WANTED for
kittens two months old. Phone
day 2-4874, evenings -
4-1102.



C 10186
SPECIAL NOTICE
BILL'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
offers lots 70 x 100 in a new
subdivision with all utilities.
Available at $75,00: down and
$80.00 per month. ENJOY
BEACH RIGHTS AND
PRIVATE LAKE. Call 23921.

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.


C 10260


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

FI FOUND
C10264
Found Drifting 12 ft. plywood
punt, fibreglassed, painted
aquamarine, bottom damaged.
Owner contact R. G.
Lightbourn 2-8293.



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

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

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

C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas?
Then consider the childcare
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live in &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live
in.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service training on a contractual
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.
J Nassau.


C10241
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 own
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.


C10201
AIR CONDITIONING AND
APPLIANCE TECHNICIAN -
Ability to design and erect air
conditioning systems. Maintain
and repair alrconditioning
systems, maintain and repair
refrigeration systems, maintain
and repair Laundromat
equipment, maintain and repair
general household appliances.
Preferably be in possession of a
Bahamas Electrician
Certificate.
The successful candidate will
be expected to inspect and
repair in order to uprate
reliability of equipment, and
set up an executive planned
preventative maintenance
programme in a large Out
Island Development.
Send resume to:- P. 0. Box
N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas.
C10243
CHIEF INVESTMENT
OFFICER
Trust Corporation of Bahamas
Limited requires the services of
a Chief Investment Off'er.
The candidate selected will
have extensive knowledge in
securities 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.

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 haf
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.


C10195
BANK LEU INTERNATION-
AL LTD. requires the
following qualified personnel
for its office In NASSAU:-
VICE PRESIDENT who will be
in overall executive charge
of the operations of the
Bank. This extremely
responsible position requires
sound international banking
experience of executive level
over a minimum period of
10 years, together with
fluency in at least German
and French and preferably
in Spanish in addition to
English.
ASSISTANT VICE-PRESI-
DENT who will deputize in
the absence of the
Vice-President. He must also
have extensive international
banking experience over a
minimum period of 5 years
together with either a
professional qualification In
law or a degree in business
administration. Fluency in
the same languages as for the
position of the
Vice-President is required.


TREASURER either male or
female who will generally
be responsible
independently for the
administration of the office,
the handling of the
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
Salaries commensurate with
experience and the position
filled together with the usual
benefits will be paid.
Please reply in writing with full
background details to P. 0.
Box N-1447.


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C10268
QUALIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS needed to teach at
Klngsway Academy for
September, 1973. If interested,
call 42158.


C 10271
INDEPENDENCE CLEAN-UP
OFFER: Roberts used Car Lot.
phone 42981, will remove
abandoned vehicles from
private properties at a greatly
reduced rate. Offer good uritl
July 10. Contact PerclIa
Roberts, phone 42981 7 aen;
to 7 p.m. dally for prompt
courteous service.



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Mackay Street
& Ro aevelt,
.NASSAJ,
P.O. Box N3714
HEAVY OJTY TRUCKING
FORK llFT R NTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGET
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTAT)IOS
EXCELLENT sla

CONTACT LYMAN PNCDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2.37965,.2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely n"
ell Street.4 -
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. O. Box N327, Nassau
Monday-Saturday
8:30to 5:30 .-


C10037
PATIO AWNINGS"'54
*CARPQ~TS .
HURRI .
AWNINGS, SHUTTER
John S. George & CO Ltd,
For free estimates ad prompt
service call 2421.


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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 fibreglass. 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, "O0" 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
C10280
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED
P. 0. Box 5453.
Nassau, Bahamas.
USED BOATS
29' WOOD SLOOP AUX.
SAILBOAT with dinghy and
Seagull. Excellent condition
$6,000.00
SLOOP AUX. SAILBOAT with
dinghy and Seagull. Excellent
condition $6.000.00
24' SEA RAY 1972 with twin
140 h.p. Mercrulsers
$11,800.00.

24' FJORD with ship-to-shore
fathometer sunlog -
accommodations in this boat
difficult to find in a 31'
$13,500.00.


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BARGINS AROUND
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
BARGAIN -- 1972
CHEVY 6-ton FLAT
DUMP VEHICLES
LOCATED OPPOSITE
LAUNDERETTE ON
GIBBS CORNER, DON'T
BE DISAPPOINTED ..
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C10171
ORGAN- Spinet Model
Hammond, cherrywood finish,
as new.
MAGNAVOX, Stereo Console
Combination, Cherrywood
finish.
Call 3-1595 after 6 p.m.


C10233
One F23-Trojan priced to
sell. Phone 28079.
C 10266
15 FOOT BOAT and trailer, 40
h.p. Evinrude. Priced to sell.
Phone 32744.
C 10256
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE
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AVON INFLATABLES


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MAYIMENTS START


AT $300?

AMERICAN CARS

EUROPEAN CARS

JAPANESE CARS

AUTOMATIC

TRANSMISSIONS

STANDARD SHIFTS

SOME
AIR-CONDITIONED

SOME SUITABLE
FOR TAXIS



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20' BERTRAM SPORTSMAN
(1969) with 160 h.p.
Mercruiser just spent $1,400.
second. engine and outdrive
$4,750.00.

20' BERTRAM BAHIA MAR
with 150 h.p. Mercruisers -
recently antifouled with
auxiliary motor and ship to
shore. $4,500.00.
19' CHRIS CRAFT 1969 with
327 Chevy engine (new) as is
where is $3,300.00
16' FLAGSHIP 1972 with 45
h.p. Chrysler engine. Good
condition. $2,000.00


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C 10242
LYFORD CAY CLUB
REQUIRES
AN EXPERIENCED FRONT
DESK CASHIER
-Female
-Must be able to operate
N.C.R. 4200.
Must be able to type
accurately.
-Handle and balance M
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. O. Box N7776.
Nassau, Bahamas.
C10198
EXPANDING BAHAMIAN
INSURANCE BROKERS
require ambitious young ean
as Trainee Manager. Genr-l
Insurance experience useful bIt
not essential. The applicant
should be prepared to stu*
for London Chart-d
Insurance Institute di.l0"a
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. C10196,
c/o The Tribune, P0.. ox
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
C7405
JOB TITLE- (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechaeicali
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
Installs adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment In a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10274
ONE WOODCARVER for
workshop 10 years
experience. Telephone 3-4545
W. H. Toote jr.
C10270
WANTED: DIrector of Sales
and Marketing for 375-room
hotel. Applicant must possess
minimum of 3 years expeien-
in this field. For anoliaIeIt
contact Executive Secreary
phone 78001, Hyatt Emerald
Beach.
C10262
MAID WANTED from
September at Coral Harbour to
look after baby and do
housework. Mon-Fri., 8.15
a.m. 3.30 p.m. Own transport
an advantage. Phone 36808
(12-1 p.m. Mon.-Fri.)


Wawa


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I TRuE SERVICES


'hug
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOnrCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.

PETSFURSASK
C 10237
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS
for sale. Already wormed,
shots. Call 21886 ask for
Armstrong.

mI To MY
C 10263
GOOD USED washing
machine. Call 3-1284.


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


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


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


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ILP WANTED
C1278
GOLF COURSE
SUPERINTENDENT
Required Golf Course
Superintendent. Must havd 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
neu maticides, 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.
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.
1-WINE 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..
C1272
Required immediately --
Business Manager 7 to 8
years experience, University
degree or equivalent. Business
Administration Certificate.
For appointment, please
telephone Freeport 352-2446.
C1273
WANTED: FEMALE
SEC RETARY/BOOKKEEPER
- MUST BE IN POSSESSION
OF AN 'EXECUTIVE
SEC RETAR Y 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
CO N S T R U CT I 0 N
PROCEDURES.
PLEASE REPLY IN WRITING
TO: -- GLENERIK
INTERNATIONAL LTD.,
YELLOW PINE STREET,
BOX 265, FREEPORT
3524186.
C74M7
JOB TITLE: SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "0" Level or City and
Guids or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
I ES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supevise machine shop and
field malstenance services for
maintshence of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CON TACT. Personnel
Oepaeitment, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freaport Grad Bahamea.

JIg$DENT.MANAGER
.' ,iyiNO D DEVELOPMENT
"WWW sels male Individual
Wits minimum of five years
aNVice Iin land use


nd maintenance experience.
-.u. -'tinal requlr"ments.





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C6013
I-LABOURER required for
garbage collection. Apply to:
Sanitation Services, P. 0. Box
F-557, Freeport.
C6012
SALES CONSULTANT
required for international
trading concern. Applicant
must be a High School
graduate, and have had
previous experience in sales
and export procedures. Must
be prepared to travel in the
Caribbean and Central America
for 6/8 months per year.
Written applications to
Mercantile Group Inc., P. 0.
Box F-456, Freeport.
C6006
ACCOUNTANT: Individual
should possess a thorough
knowledge of international
investments. Depositing of
various Incomes In many
assorted currencies to the best
advantage of the company.
Individual should also have the
ability to reconcile
international bank accounts In
many currencies to books kept
in Bahamian DOLLARS, and
have a thorough knowledge of
exchange rates and interest
computations as well as current
banking service charge
schedules.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company
Personnel Department, P. 0.
Box F-2666, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6008
CHEF DE PARTIES: Two (2)
Chef de Partie; preferably
European trained; must have
apprenticeship papers; must
have complete knowledge of
Gourmet dishes and
International Cooking; must
have two years experience as a
Chef de Partle.
ASSISTANT FOOD &
BEVERAGE DIRECTOR:
Must be fully experienced in
Food & Beverage operation,
payroll analysis; menu
planning, dining room design,
cost accounting; labour
relations; convention
procedures and co-ordination;
operational knowledge of all
standard food and beverage
equipment. Ability to train and
develop all Food and Beverage
Mid-Management personnel.
Recognized Hotel and
Certificates preferred.
For all of the above please
apply to: Miss Stafford,
Personnel Department, Holiday
Inn, P. 0. Box F-760,
Freeport, Grand Bahama,
373-1333.


HELP WANTED
C 1277
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 adva anao. Past
experience is essentia.
Contact Princess Properties
International Management
Services Division, Caribbean
Utilities, P. 0. Box F-684,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island.
C1274
WANTED: LABOURER/
JANITOR FOR CLEANING
OFFICES, ISSUING TOOLS,
ETC., GENERAL
HANDYMAN.
GLENERIK INTERNATION-
AL LIMITED, YELLOW PINE
STREET, BOX 265,
FREEPORT 352-8186.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT).
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,'
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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 ExecutLve
Director, Grand Bahama,
YMCA, P. 0. Box F-263,
Freeport, G.B.I.
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.
E X PE R I ESN C E D
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, Baurn pier
folder, stitcher and collator;
Idntfflcatlon, storing and
handling a wide range papers;
bindery hand operations.
CAMERAMAN to operate
non-calIbrated camera shooting
half tones and line copy,
reducing end 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 filet
Reply by utter to: Grand
Bahama Printing Co., Ltd., P.
O. BoS F-Il, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office:
Successf l candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and.
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-.2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.


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C6002
ASSISTANT COMPTROLL-
ER: Must have five years of
hotel accounting. Capable of
training staff for accounting
department.
CHEFS: To take complete
charge of station: Supervise
and direct assistants. Must be
able to prepare French and
International cuisine.
Apply: Oceanus Hotels, Ltd.,
Personnel Dept. P. 0. Box
F531, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6001
ASSISTANT SALES &
CONVENTION MANAGER:
Applicant must be presentable,
personable and willing to work
long hours; preferably with
Hotel/Sales and Convention
experience or one year's Sales
Experience.
PART-TIME SECRETARY:
Must have excellent typing and
shorthand skills. Hotel
experience in Sales office
beneficial.
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT TO RESIDENT
INNKEEPER: Must have
thorough knowledge of
Personnel work; must be
familiar with Hotel procedures;
must have excellent typing and
shorthand skills; must have
worked as an Executive-
Secretary before; must be a
high school graduate;
Experience in Hotel work
necessary.
For all of the above please
apply to: Miss Stafford,
Personnel Department, Holiday
Inn, P. 0, Box F-760,
Freeport. 373-1333.

C6020
FREEPORT FLIGHT
SERVICES invite applications
for: ASSISTANT GENERAL
MANAGER/OPERATIONS
MANAGER. High school
certificate required with 15
years experience in the airline
industry of which 7 in
management. Supervise and
have all around knowledge of
airline operation including
charter flights, aircraft ground
handling, flight servicing,
refuelling and tankfarm
procedures and Inventory
control, general administration
and safety requirements.
Know how to operate ground
and fuelling equipment. Willing
to work holidays, weekends
and nights. Speak French,
other languages helpful. Must
be bondable. Salary negotiable.
Minimum age 30 years.
Send handwritten application
with police record extract
naming previous
employers/positions held and
salary requirements to P. 0.
Box F-359.
C6005
ONE CHEF/SAUCIER Cook, 5
years experience. Apply Jim
White, Freeport 373-3033,
Ocean One Restaurant.
C6004
ONE CHEF GARDE/
MANGER, 5 years experience.
Apply: Jim White, Freeport
373-3033, Ocean One
Restaurant.
C6007
SITUATION VACANT
Administrative Assistant to
Manager, Special Sales and
Resales Department of large
real estate company. Must be
able to deal with clients,
handle administrative duties
and make decisions in absence
of Manager. Several years
experience in similar position
and knowledge of secretarial
skills essential.
Apply .to Intercontinental.
Realty Ltd., P. O. Box F-.260,
Freeport. Telephone 373-3020.

C7494 B -a
BODY REPAIR MAN ,ANP:
PAINT'ER reqMired
,immediately. Must be.
experienced "and Be able. to'
wbrk $vlthod't supervision.+
QCalifled Bahamians please
apply to: Manager, Grand
Bahama Motors, Ltd.. Queens
Highway, P. 0. Box F-14,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Island Bahamas.

C10073
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered


HELP WANTED

C6021
MANAGER -- OUTSIDE
PLANT: Electric Power
Transmission and Distribution.
Must have very extensive
experience in construction and
maintenance, overhead,
underground, substations,
street lighting, metering.
Experience must include work
on 69 KV overhead and 15 KV
underground transmission, and
maintenance of switchyards,
substations, and all associated
equipment such as OLB's,
transformers, capacitors,
reclosers, etc. Must coordinate
work with engineers prepare
and control budgets, keep
records, handle'- related
correspondence. Professional
Engineer status distinct asset.
I NSPECTOR/COORDINA-
TOR: For Utility Company
(water). Must be able to
coordinate with engineers and
contractors on specifications
and design of all new water
plant equipment including
pumps, controls, mains. Renew
water plant equipment
including pumps, controls,
mains. Required to prepare all
estimates for new construction
and order all pipe, valves,
fittings and pumps. Must
qualify tO inspect and specify
malnrnance of pumps and
hnotorp arid low voltage, control
systems. 'Must .prepare 'plant
ml sloAification and cOntract
d.p'cu. e n t s for
tnoh-major projects, and
prepare as-built drawings of
Installations. Must maintain
accurate records and statistics.
MANAGER WATER
UTILITY Extensive experience
required in operating all facets
of water pumping, distribution
and control of quality and
quantity. Must be capable of
preparing and reviewing plans
and specifications for pipe line
construction, analyzing bids
*and awarding contracts. Must
follow construction to
authorize proper payments.
Must be capable of continuing
analysis of supply sources and
quality of 159 wells. Must
administer staff responsible for
water supply of approximately
4,500,000 gallons per day.
Fully responsible for entire
water utility operation,
including all areas of supply,
distribution, repair and
metering.
BUILDING INSPECTOR -
Extensive experience needed.
Must be able to handle
Inspection/re-inspection
buildings for complete
conformity building code:
electrical, sanitary, air
conditioning, elevator, boilers
and basic construction. Jqb
involves ability to contribute
to deslln and engineering
specification for company
facilities. Requires reading,
understanding plans and
coordination with architects
and engineers to ensure proper
design.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Umited, P. 0.
Box F-2666, or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport. Grand
Bahama.


,TEL.352-608


OUTSTANDING BUY!







BASRA chose the 31' Bertram for its rescue craft.
Here is a great opportunity to get a similar yacht at a
very attractive price.
TELEPHONE 5-4641


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sm : or


hELP WANTED
C7484
MEDICAL OFFICE NURSE
required for Doctor's office.
Must be registered. References
required.
Telephone Freeport 352-6735,
ext.33, 2p.m.4 -pirm.
C7468
JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
10-15 years cement plant
maintenance-experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Co-ordinate and direct
mechanical maintenance
activities including field forces,
machine shop and garage in
providing maintenance and
Inspection service for entire
plant, includes the installation
of new machinery, and
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
SFreeport, Grand Bahama.
C6019
AUTO MECHANIC with no
less than five years of
experience In air-condition and
front-end repairs, Including
alignment. Must also. have
.knowledge. In -training of
personnel. Jones Aptomnotive
SSpecialties, Ltd., Freeport.


C6003
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
Ideal candidate should have
experience at the SENIOR
level in supervising and
maintaining all accounting
functions and all necessary
supporting schedules, also
construct and prepare
complete Financial report at
year-end. Minimum acceptable
experience at senior level -
TEN years. ,
Interested Applicant mail
complete RESUME to Mr. R.
B. Mullen, General Manager,
KELLY'S LUMBER YARD
rFREEPORT) LTD., P. O. Box
F681, Freeport.

REAL ElTATE"i
C6018
ONE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment, 6th floor
overlooking ocean and canal,
docking facilities, has tenant.
352-6730.


C6014
THE FAMILY of the late
Beatrice Shepherd with tb
thank their many friends and
relatives for their flowers and
condolences during their recent
bereevement. Special thanks to
Rev. Mills and the Doctors and
Nurses at The Princess
Margaret Hospital.



C6009
STEEL HULL Boat 65' x 18',
twin GM 471, 3' draught.
$25,000 Cash. See Eddie.
McBride, Fishing Hole, Phone
3524-827.


E ULST NOT WWYOUCA I:NMY*PM'TWU6. -
I WAS ASEEP? .
Brother Juniper.:


C10197
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F2404, Freeport
requires confidential Executive
Secretary able to type at 50
w.p.m. and take shorthand at
80-100 w.p.m. Applicants must
have at least 3 years
commercial experience.
Bahamian only telephone
352-8391.

EXECUTIVE Secretary
required for trust department
for private merchant bank.
Should be able to type 70
w.p.m, take dictation, use
dictaphone and be familiar
with accounting and trust
practices. A knowledge of U.S.
legal and tax terminology
desirable.
Replies to General Manager.
Mercantile Bank & Trust Co.,
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-2558,
Freeport.


C6016
GARDENERS
Three Gardeners required,
stable, mature individuals,
minimum 25 years of age with
family responsibilities. Must
have previous knowledge of
landscape maintenance; able to
operate all lawn maintenance
equipment including farm
tractor and able to follow
written instructions. Forty-two
hour week. Saturday, Sunday
and Holiday work required as
needed. Bahamians only need
apply.
Contact Bahamla Nursery at P.
0. Box F-778, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island or telephone
352-8301 for an interview.
C6011
CONTROLLER required for
international commercial
group. Chartered Accountant
with five to ten years
experience to be directly
responsible to the Chairman
for the entire accounting
function, and for rendering
advice to an international
clientele. Qualified Bahamians
are Invited to submit written
applications to the Chairman,
The Mercantile Group, P. O.
Box F-456, Freeport, Grand
Baharyla, Bahamas.
C6015 *
HEAD GARDENER must be
able to supervise and dpsi'gnate
worklpad;: kpdwledg.- of
tropical plaits and planting,
cutting of mini golf course and
greens. Experienced applicant
preferred.
POOL AND BEACH WATER
SPORTS DIRECTOR to
supervise and maintain Pool
and Beach area. Arrange and
conduct Pool, Beach and water
sports activities. Knowledge of
scuba diving; life saving
certificate required.
COOK to assist in
preparation of salads and
vegetables according to daily
menu. Experienced applicant
preferred. -
RELIEF COjOK to act in
absence of Executive Chef,
Sous Chef and to relieve all
other cooks. Must be prepared
to work on any station
assigned by Executive Chef.
Apply Lucayan Beach Hotel, P.
0. Box F-336, Freeport,
between 9 a.m. to 12:00 Noon,
Monday thru Friday.
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.
.AppllcatioIs in writing should
be addremd to: The Managing
Director, .Bahames Tractor &
Equipment, Ltd., P. 0. Box
N-3236, Nassau, Bahamas.


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1973.


"My wife says she can't afford a
salary you pay me, that's why."


)SSWORD
>UZZLE
ft 31. Steers
33. Information
I chest 35. Pronoun
36. South African
ye State fox
ak ore 38. Upbeat in
lump music
work 40. Owns
lering 42. Crowning
I glory
n road 44. And: Fr.
inatory 45. Swelling
47. Rubbish
50. Mixture
4if force 52. Bacchanal's
cry
fall 53. Afterthought


AP News


"PUZZLE
ACROSS
"1. Eucalyptus *28. Converged
4. FRench pronoun. 29. Limb
7. M ts' stadium 30. Ostrich
11. Oueation 31. Scarab
12. Scrap 33. Docks
13. New York 14. Reproduction
sketbal 36. Differ
team 39. Part of an
'14. Ialtionad Ouard : aiotamw
16. PArt of a foot 42. Mars
17. ImprWed 43. Caviar
19.&tgre 44. Mister
21. dndvtuft 45. Topic
25. Musical work 46. Finis
26. Tsverh 47. Utmost
27. Compass point hyperbole


Whe ortnbun


baby-sitter on the


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
54. Old cars 3. Playground
55. Marquee attractions
4. One addressed
DOWN 5. Instigate
6. Sun god
1. Scion 7. Seasoning
2. Mythical bird 8. Hatchet
S b r 8 iF 9. Octave of a
A I feast
13 10. Hang fire
13. Loafs
6 15. Place
- 19. Girl's name
21. Formerly Tokyo
S 22. Vases
24. Close
2 o 27. Notion
29. College fee
4t 3S 30. Road curve
32. Picture stand
I 34. Weed
S 37. Alan Ladd role
% 39. Wait on
B 4 40. Rope fiber
41. Beverages
" 52 43. March date
46. Spoil
48. Wager
49. Adjusted
sfootures 6-23 51. Travel


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DOWN
1. Muffin
2. Site of the Tell
legend
3. Sled dog


sd to a post of the landing stage is a
Ir chain, and hurriedly the Professor
to haul the rest of it out of the water.
Oamem is attached to this," he mutters.
Mared It Into the lake some days ago and
bent taking pictures ever since. It's so
It to my work. Aaah, look, the camera
I Rupert and th


The d Protesor s deeply upet at the loss
O( hl underwamter camera. "It J a very costly
Ihetrumet" he says. "The only one I have.'
'Well, If the Water Mites did take it." says
et,- ieV are sure to throw It out of the
IR* We would search along the bank when
W llP beak." Yes, yes, we must do thatt"


4. Polyphonic
composition
5. Ireland
6. Arena
7. Malicious
8. Layer
9. And so forth
10. Hard wood
15. Rascals
18. Flow back
,19. Crypt
,20. Fencing sword
22. Practice
23. River to the
Elbe
24. Oceans
,26. Get ready
29. October brew
30. Food taple
32. Secret meeting
33. Amassed
35. VIP
36. Large tub
37. Land measure
38. King
40. Lubricant
41. Depression era
agency


CARROLL RIGHTER'S




GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when you
N and most persons are likely to have
considerable compassion and want to help others who are
having a difficult time. It is also a day and evening when art,
music, romance and culture in various forms can be most
rewarding to those who now take the time to engage in
them.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get private affairs solved
satisfactorily. Tonight be sure you are thoughtful with mate.
Rid yourself of whatever is tiresome and improve conditions
around you. Do some constructive reading.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Discussions with good
friends can help you gain your finest aims now, then enjoy
the recreational activities with them. Visit with a bigwig
friend in late evening and make fine new plans for the
future.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are able to make big
headway where civic work is concerned, so start this early
for best results. Get know-how from a new acquaintance of
note. Think wisely, justly.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) An
out-of-towner has fine ideas to discuss with you, so spend
enough time with this person. Write to those at a distance
and show your devotion, desire to see them soon. Make your
life more worthwhile.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Use your intuition where the
romantic side of life is concerned and you get better results.
Handle your responsibilities with a smile on your face and
you win. Happiness is yours for the making.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A long conversation with
an associate brings forth worthwhile information that had
eluded you before. Do some entertaining of all partners. Tap
the mental bank and make the future brighter.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Those around you are apt
to be quite upset today and would appreciate your
thoughtfulness and kindness. Do something about having
better health. Let professionals guide you properly.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Mate may not be in the
mood for fun so don't pressure to go out with you to
recreational places that could be too strenuous for him or
her. Concentrate on creative matters instead. Avoid one
who is a troublemaker.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Plan how to handle
those family matters in a most intelligent fashion. Quickly
get rid of tensions that have built up in that most important
realm of your existence home and hearth are very vital
now.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Much care in motion,
especially in driving on the highway, etc., is necessary if you
are to avoid expense and trouble. Get rid of tensions
between you and regular associates. Don't step into some
needling trap.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Study the right outlets
so you can add much to present income, since this is what
you need to get out of a slump. Improving quality of your
work is also very helpful. Budget carefully.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You feel discontented,
which is a sign you are not feeling well, or need new
inspiration, so perk up and do your best, or get help you
need. Forget any unworthy habits you may have. Replace
with the finest.


No. 7,155 ... by TIM McKAV
Aerom
I. She's dead. (5. 4)
1). Invisible. (6)
10. Lax. (4-5)
it. Kitploys. (4)
14. Start of the hattie. (A)


N K tour letters
or more cJan
y o u make
from the
S letters shown
here? In
word. emachn
rA G 0 ts th l""
S1 he ised one
word must contalsin thr lr


has gone I With a cry of dismay the
Professor st0w Rupert the other end of the
chain. "But surely the Water Mites wouldn't
mistake it for rubbish I cries Rupert. Could
it have become unfastened?" "No, there
are signs that the chain has been cut," says
his friend. ALL RIGHTS RESEW.
~' .,~


sighs the rrofemor. Then he leads the little
bear to a square building tmdk, taing him
through the rooms, s ,!. many
containing fish and othew o1 m twM
lake. "This is simply wonderOfl1" crie Aupurt.
" It must have taken you a long time to collect
them."- ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


16. Over-tidy. (5)
18. One way of goins nut. (3. a)
1I. Censor. (4)
I2. Catch. (3)
S creation (snax.). (a)
Told an untruth. (4)
2. Series ofr battle. (3)
Down
lt LtUa aup ..a. lM It0 .
(5. 4)
i. irn's name. (3)
4. Di easshe matter. (I)
.. Some other time. (4)
6. Amid the elamour. (At
7. Numsler. (4)
S. Hreakfast Item. (2)
'12. l nner.


I1 4 d .
11. Voided.
(4)
20. Scd edWi lebIF
(4) Vetrreig's ,tkSlio


I Comic a e I


REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS


JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHoLS

H HEARD PERHAPS YOU WHAT DO YOU I FIGURE THAT GOOD60 LOOK, RICK..
YOU DON'T MAKE SENSE, ABOUT A KNOW HIM,...HIS WANT WITH OLD EAM AND I WILL DON'T KNOW WHAT
RICK! WHAT DO YOU MEAN VERY OUT- NAME IS SAM SAM? HAVE A LOT TO TALK YOU HAVE IN
.YOU CAME TO TOWN STANDING DRIVER ABOUT! AND WE HAVE MIND...B UT,
T E A LAWYER? LAWYER! AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE...
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letter, and there must he at
least one imht-letter word in the
list. No plural;: no forei1n words:
no proper iismue. TOIAY'S
TA4KlKT: 27 words, oood :
32 words, very Mod words. u
excellent. goolftin tomorrow. Z
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Chess
By LEONARD BARDIN













a grandmaster s in ths position
from Ljubojestc v. telYa in the
1973 Lt Paklnas tournament
Whites queen is attacked, and
he has to ddie betweenmoving
it to (a) f, 14, (c) 2 or (a)
sacrificing by 1 Q x B ch.Grand
er Ltoojevic failed to solve
he puzzle; can yos do better ?
Par tisa: 10 seconds, grand
mater; 20 seconds, ches master;
46 second, chemo expert; 3 W
minutes, county player; 5
minutes, club atreth; 10 mnm-
utee, a&veraMge; 20 mutes, novice.
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B-AS; 2 Q"-t 3, or1 Q-B4.
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is inferior, but Black has
nothing% "onoluslve.
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B--3 Boak brings another
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White enough for the sacrificed
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poeftlon after I . t x BP
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Wimbledon 'irrevocable'

LONDON (AP)--The international tennis rebels insisted on
going through with their boycott of Wimbledon Friday and the
world's most famous championship became a ghost tournament.


After a meeting lasting most
of the night the militant
Association of Tennis
Professionals (ATP) snuffed
out flickering hopes of peace
and confirmed that 78 of its
members were walking out.
The announcement came
exactly seven hours before
officials of the All-England
Club sat down to make the
draw. The tournament starts
Monday.
It meant that dozens of
lower ranked players who
normally would have little
hope even of qualifying for
Wimbledon were thrown into a
hunt for prize money totaling
52,000 pounds about
130,000 dollars.
Ilie Nastase, ordered by
Romania to play, became a
runaway favourite.
With defending champion
Stan Smith among the
boycotters, Nastase found
himself challenged seriously
only by men like Jan Kodes of
Czechoslovakia, Alexander
Metreveli of Russia and Jimmy
Connors of the United States.
Connors, a 20-year-old left
hander, is the only prominent
American player who is not a
member of ATP.
ATP first announced its
boycott plan two days ago
after a British high court judge
refused to interfere in tennis
lawmaking and lift the
suspension of Nikki Pilic ot
Yugoslavia.
Pilic had been suspended by
his national federation -
unjustly, said ATP because
he refused to play for his
country in the Davis Cup.
The draw, originally
scheduled for Wednesday, was
put back 48 hours in hopes of
a settlement.
Then Thursday hopes began
rising that the rebels might find
a formula for abandoning their
boycott without losing face.
Cliff Drysdale, ATP
president was called to a
meeting with British Minister
of Sport Eldon Griffiths and


said afterward a new factor had
arisen.
He did not say what it was,
but ATP executive director
Jack Kramer said the Yugoslavs
might reconsider their position
on Pilic.
FINAL, IRREVOCABLE
The players went into
conference. It was 0300 Friday
when Drysdale, looking
haggard and drawn, came out
to tell newsmen the boycott
was "final and irrecovable."
He said the executive, which
includes Smith, had voted 6-2
for the walkout.
Wimbledon was left with a
slim hope that some players
might desert the ATP camp at
the eleventh hour and play.
Declarations of withdrawal
were not being handed in by
ATP until just before the draw
was due to start.
Wimbledon originally
accepted 112 players for the
men's singles and left 16 more
places open for winners of the
qualifying tournament which
has been going on
intermittently between rain
showers since last Monday.
More than half of the 112 were
involved in the boycott plans.
Officials had an alternative
list of 128 made up of the
non boycotters plus the
hopefuls who entered the
qualifying event.
The women's singles goes on
unchanged. Billie Jean-King,
reigning Wimbledon queen,
called a meeting of the girls
Thursday night and formed a
35-strong women's association
to fight for higher prize
money.
But she said there were no
plans to boycott what she
called "the greatest
tournament in the world."
TENNIS RESULTS
LONDON (AP)-Results in the
London grass court tennis
championships at Queen's Club
Thursday included:
Men's singles, quarterfinals:
Roger Taylor, Britain, beat Cliff
Drysdale, South Africa, 6-3, 6-3;
Alex Metreveli, Soviet Union, beat
Juergen Frassbender, West
Germany, 6-4, 6-2.


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KEN PRATT powers
another of his overhand top
spin services that contributed a
total of 32 points to B.E.C.'s
3-1 victory over Ed's Dugout
last night.


TOP WRESTLING CARD
TOUGH AMERICAN Black
Angel meets Germany's aggressive
Count Von Hess in an all-star
wrestling match tomorrow night
8:30 at the Birdiand on Mt. Royal
Avenue and Carew Street.
In other matches Buddy Taylor
battles Speedy Gonzales, Prince
Kukukaya takes on The Turks,
Miguel Serrano meets the Black
Panther and Golden Gladiator
battles with the Raider.
By special request, the referee
for tomorrow night's bouts will be
West Indies and Bahamas
heavyweight champ Boston Blackie.
VOLLEYBALL RESULTS
Defending league champs Coca
Cola Jets picked up a 6-2 record
when wiping out S.A.C.A. Ladies
15-8, 15-0, 8-15 15.2 in last night
opener at C. L Gibson Gym.
Pizza Solos leaned heavily on the
shoulders of Brock Barrett, using it
as their main weapon to beat Prince
Williams High 15-8, 10-15, 15-5,
15-6, and 15-7 to hold second place
with B.E.C. in the Commonwealth
League.
SOFTBALL TOMORROW
The All Star of the Ministry of
Works seek their second
consecutive victory tomorrow when
they meet Pabst in the second game
at 2 o'clock The Blazers, who
took their first loss in two when
they bowed to the Ministry a week
ago, play Batelco in the first game
at 12 noon.
Ladies champions Pabst Pearls,
undefeated in two games, take on
Becks Raiders in the final game at 4
o'clock.
All games will be played at the
Southern Recreation Grounds.
TONIGHT'S BALL GAMES
Jet Set's ace hurler Eugene
"Sucky" Thompson who was on
the disabled list for the past two
games will be needed tonight to
help tame the batting of Becks Bees
when they clash in the first game
7:00 o'clock at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre. Both tied
for second place, Jet Set will be up
against the hitting of league leading
batter Anthony Huyler, Fred
Taylor and Sonny Haven.
Paradise Island takes on Heastie
Lumber in the second game at
9:30.


KEN PRATT

IN FINE FOIRM

FOR B.E.C.
KEN PRATT, in magnificent
form last night, served a total
of 32 points pacing B.E.C. to a
15-2, 15-5, 12-15 and 15-1
victory over Ed's Dugout giving
them sole possession of second
place in the Commonwealth
League of the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation's series.
Pratt served 12 in the first
set, nine in the second and
third sets and two in the fourth
set.
B.E.C. took advantage of the
unsettled rookies in the first
set and ran to a quick 7-0 lead
behind the serving of Pratt. A
time out called by coach Tom
Grant of Ed's Dugout came to
very little good as Pratt went
on to serve five more giving
them a 12-0 lead.
An inaccurate bump by
Alfred Johnson gave Ed's the
service for the first time in the
Set. S. Brown contributed a
two point service and that was
all for the rookies, as S.
Adderley served B.E.C. to a
one set lead.
Pratt, adding to his nine
point service in the second set,
teamed up with Stanley
Adderley and simply took
advantage of the setting of
Stephen Benneby, to again
belittle the rookies. Sherman
Brown served three points for
Ed's.
Confident of a sure win,
B.E.C. brought their rookies to
the court. This seemed to be
what Ed's was looking out for
and Brown and Creswell Pratt
defied Ken Pratt's nine point
service to take their first and
only set of the game.
Learning from their third set
loss, B.E.C. returned full force
in the fourth set and behind
the all around playing of Pratt
and Benneby again demolished
the defence of Ed's to win
their fourth game against two
losses.
GOLD CUP WINNER
ASCOT, ENGLAND
(AP)-French challenger Lassalle
won the 25,000 pounds 62,500
dollars Gold Cup, Ascot's
premier endurance race over 2'A
miles, at the Royal course
Thursday.
Ridden by Jimmy Lindley,
Lasalle took command in the last
200 yards and raced five lengths
clear of second placed Celtic Cone,
with the Admiral another four
lengths farther back in third place.


FIRST BASEMAN Willie
Thompson's rbi triple in the
bottom of the third broke a one all
tie as Bahamas Blenders went on to
whip Paradise Island 4-1 in the
second game last night at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Pacing the Blenders' eleventh win
was Panzy Johnson's two for three
performance. He scored two.
Winning pitcher Paul Johnson
collected two hits during three at
bats.
Defensively for the Blenders
Thompson collected 11 put ouis.
Short stop Ronald Smith and third
baseman John Rolle contributed
five and four assists respectively.
Second baseman Charlie
Mortimer's rbi single was
responsible for the Islanders sole
run when, in the third inning he
drove in Billy Gilbert. Gilbert got
on with a double.
The Blenders took the lead 2-1 in
the bottom of the third on Smith's
and Thompson's rbi's.


The Blenders took the lead 2-1 in
the bottom of the third on Smith's
and Thompson's rbi's. Johnson who
scored on Smith's rbi and Smith
who scored on Thompson's rbi
both returned in the bottom of the
fifth on two unearned runs topping
the Blenders' victory.
BAHAMAS BLENDERS
ab r h rbi
K. Graham 3 0 0 0
Pan Johnson 3 2 2 0
R. Smith 2 2 1 1
W. Thompson 3 0 1 1
J. Kole J 0 0 0
E. Nelly 3 0 0 0
P. Johnson 3 0 2 0
C. Moss 2 0 0 0
S.Smith 2 0 0 0
PARADISE ISLAND
P. Demeritte 3 0 0 0
C. Mortimer 3 0 1 1
K. Gomez 3 0 1 0
S. Johnson 3 0 0 0
F. Watkins 3 0 1 0
L. Johnson 2 0 0 0
M. Demeritte 3 0 1 0
B. Gilbert 2 1 1 0
B.Hall 1 0 0 0
W. Brown 2 0 0 0


England all out for 253,


N.Zealand 190 for 2 attea
LONDON (AP)-England added 13 runs Friday morning and
were al out for 2S3 against New Zealand in the Second Test
match at Lords.
The score at the end of play Hastings 44 not out. It was
Thursday, the opening day of slow but absorbing cricket,
the match, was 240 for 9. with the England bowlers
Dick Collinge, New backed up by sharp fielding,
Zealand's left arm pace bowler, desperately trying to break
finished off the England through, and the New Zealand
innings by getting Norman pair carefully and quietly
Gifford caught at the wicket, keeping the game in their
This was after 20 minutes play. control
England's total was a The steady bowling
disappointment, considering restricted Hastings, normally a
the easy paced Lord's pitch, brisk scorer, to only 15 in 135
But when the New minutes before he hit his first
Zealanders went in to bat they boundary, and it took the pair
fared equally badly and by the just over three hours to raise
lunch interval had scored 32 the 100. This came when
for the loss of both their Congdon slammed Gifford
openers in one hour and 20 through the covers, and in the
minutes. next over he reached his 50
Disaster struck early for with another four off Gifford.
New Zealand, when in Snow's Gifford, brought on after
second over, Parker groped the quick bowlers had left the
forward and edged a catch to firing line, started off
Knott at the wicket. dangerously. His first five overs
5 FOR 1 cost only four runs and in his
This put New Zealand at fifth he nearly had Congdon's
only five for one wicket, with wicket when the New Zealand
Parker out for three. skipper jumped out to drive
But worse was to follow. ad mishit.
Glenn Turner, hero of the
English cricket season when he
became only the seventh player
in history to score 1,000 runs
in May, was smartly sent back
by. Arnold when he idged a NOW SHOWING
catch to slip for only four. This..
was the. third time in three Tesat :20 11:5:
innings Turner has been caught ., i i
*at slip an'd his total so far', .
only 24. : i "
Bev Cyongdon, the New
Zealand: skipper who all but
saved the fast Test last week,
.and Briaif Hastinps,. miiag to A "ND
survive som hostil overs from, .
Arnold aiid Sr'4v befpp. the I mdbn:is:
lunch *tar4K.with4Coggdenaat V ** *
17 and Hastin on. OF
In the afternoon session
-England, on A pitch getting I G easier, were quite incapable of
capitalizing on their pre-lunch
successes. Congdon and CHARLLE
Hastings dourly dug themselves
in, saw off the fast bowlers. FIRST NAMSAU SHOWING
and found little difficulty in
coping with spinners
Illingworth and Gifford. UW I
SProm 3.fo ,r they took ,
she sqre lwly lut surely to
111 Ip whilt looked'likebling a
repeat of'thelf Aatqb-Uavig
stand id the firt Test lat
week. Cq igdol again played '
true skipper's innings as he
slowly but surely got the
measure of the English
bowling, while Hastings played
a sound supporting role.
In the two hours from lunch
to tea, the pair put on 79 runs,
with Congdon 55 not out and


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THIRD BASEMAN LIONEL NEILY, in a splendid two for
three plate appearance when he scored one and knocked in two,
saw Jet Set gathering further offemive power from Sidney
McKinney and Eddie McQuay clobber leastle Lumber 14-2
behind the two-hit pitching of David Jobason to hold a second
place tie with Becks Bees as the Bahamas Baseball's Asociation's
1973 series nears its close.
McKinney, who collected innings, Heastie against
one hit during three at bats, Johnson was good for only one
scoring two runs, highlighted hit while Jet Set bombed away
Jet Set's third inning with a for nine insurance runs two
two rbi triple. McQuay in the fourth and seven in the
followed in the fourth with a fifth giving the Lumbermen
two rbi in the park homer, their 32nd. loss against only
Heastie's markers came in one win.
the top of the second and third Johnson who faced 19
innings on rbi's by Wenzel Lumbermen struck out three
Ferguson and losing pitcher and walked two. Knowles
Colin Knowles. Ferguson in the struck out two and walked
top of the second drove in three. He hit two batters with
Alfred Phillips for an unearned the pitch.
run. Phillips who was safe on JET SET
Louis McQuay's error stole ab r h rbi
second and reached third on a L McQsy 2 2 1 0
throwing error by catcher Les S. McKIney 3 2 1 2
Gardiner. Knowles in the i Gardner 2 1 O 0
following inning doubled and R Sawyer 3 1 0 0
drove in Nicky Miaoulis. L. Nelly 3 1 2 2
Neily's two rbi's in the D. Johnson 3 2 2 1
bottom of the second gave Jet HEASTIE LUMBER
Set a 2-.1 lead. This they N. Miaous 3 1 0 0
C. Knowles 2 0 1 1
increased 5-2 by the bottom of R. McPhee 0 0 0 0
the third on McKinney's triple. A. Minus 2 0 o o
A. Phillips 2 1 0 0
McKinney went on to score the W. Ferguson 2 0 0 1
third run in a close play at S. Burrows 2 0 1 0
home. L. Tumrnquest 2 0 0 0
home. R. Thompson 2 0 0 0
For the remianing two C.Carey 2 0 0 0


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