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Publication Date: June 23, 1973
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Hugh Sands denies



he will be going



to St. Andrew's School

HUGH SANDS, permanent secretary, Ministry of Education,
has denied he is to become the next headmaster of St. Andrew's
school in place of dismnined head John Chaplin.


Contacted today Mr. Sands
said: "It is not true that I am
gog to St. Andrew's. They
have not approached me and I
have made no approach to
them."
Mr. William Holowesko,
chairman of the St. Andrew's
Board, also denied that Mr.
Sands was to join the school.
"1 have no idea what Mr.
Sands' plans are," Mr.
Holowesko said.
There have been persistent
reports that Mr. Sands, who
had submitted his resignation
to the Ministry, was earmarked
for St. Andrew's on the
departure of Mr. Chaplin.
The school head was advised
by the St. Andrew's Board on
June 18 that his appointment
would not be renewed after
August 31.
In its letter, delivered in the
offices of attorney Orville
Tumquest, the Board said the
decision not to renew Mr.
Chaplain's contract was
unanimous.
BOARD CONCERNED
"The Board is concerned
that you have, over the past
three years, advised the Board
on several occasions of your
intention to resign, or
alternatively not to seek
renewal of your appointment.
"This and other factors have
caused the Board to determine
that in the best interests of the
school and its future
management, it is desirable
that your retirement as
headmaster of the school
should take place at this time,"
the letter said.


The 300-foot by 260-foot
property, between Nassau
Street and land formerly
occupied by the now
demolished Bahamian Club, is
said to be owned by Esplanade
lHoldings a BWA subsidiary
which controls the Anchorage.
Reports indicate that 200
hotel rooms are to be built on
the site to supplement the 112
now in use in the Anchorage.
In addition, provision is
reportedly to. be made for
tennis courts on the site, and
construction has already


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P.M. PA


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE CLEARING AND SURVEYING of 78,000 square feet of land immediately south of the Anchorage and
Dolphin Hotels on West Bay Street has lent weight to unconfirmed reports that the Anchorage, owned by Bahamas
World Airlines, is to undergo massive expansion.


Out of court settlement


by owners to reposses



Blue Vista Hotel

By MIKE L&HANN
IN AN OUT-OF-COURT SETL T arched in London
late F iday. Expertise (Bahamas) L will e-posse the Blue
1ita E1 on Cable Beach and wl M operate the hotel as well as
Vita To, the To to travel ae which has been selling
package tours to keep the hotel filed


Expeti. owners of the
14.14-roonts.otel, will take over
-..j hbtl's operation from
ns of Canada.
-A telitS,-1- on Monday
morning.
In addition, Expertise has
bought and will operate Vista
Tours, formerly a Granite
subsidiary.

TURKS ISLAND

WANTS UNION

WITH BAIAMAS
A PROMINENT Turks
Islander living in the Bahamas
has recommended that the
Turks and Caicos seek union
with the Bahamas to ensure a
"worthwhile existence in the
years to come."
Mr. Colin Tatem, who is
associated with the King:s Inn,
Freeport, expressed his views
in a letter to the editor of The
Conch News, Turks and Caicos
Islands.
He said he had received a
two-page circular authored by
an unknown writer who gave
numerous arguments for the
Turks and Caicos Islands
forming a union with the
Bahamas as opposed to the
once rumoured alignment with
Canada.
Mr. Tatem said that the only
"respectable and honourable
way" for the people of the
Turks and Caicos to be certain
of a worthwhile existence in
the years to come would be to
have that tiny group of islands
"cast its lot" with the islands
and people of the Bahamas and
"hand in hand attempt to build
a better and enduring way of
life."
"It is no secret that Turks
Islanders are hard-working
nation-builders. We have
proved this over the y cars here
in the Bahama Islands where
many thousands of us have
assisted in our small way in
building the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas." Mr. Tatem said.
"The Turks Islands and her
people are presently too
dependent on the Bahamas to
walk away and seek alignment
with some other country," he
continued.
"The Turks Islander in the
Turks Islands can only look
forward to continued
colonization as long as those
islands remain on their own.

TESTS LENISg
IROBERT T. HIRST
Optomeirist
S. Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 352-6906


WithuGranite allegedly three
weeks i- arrears on $2,500
weekly rent payments,
.Expert.-' Us" week filed notice
that ,on Monday the firm
would go to the Supreme
Court to seek re-possession of
the Blue Vista on the basis of
an injunction granted on
February 16 to restrain Granite
from remaining on the
premises.
The injunction was
originally sought to force
Granite to vacate the hotel
until a dispute between the
two companies over the
ownership of the hotel had
been settled.
STAYED
The injunction was stayed
on condition that Granite pay
Expertise $2,000 a week rent
and $500 a week for utilities
until the dispute was settled.
When Granite fell behind in
the payments, Expertise filed
notice of intent to seek
enforcement of the injunction
on Monday.
When attorneys for the two
companies meet before Mr.
Justice Maxwell J. Thompaon
Monday morning, Granite's
Attorneys will consent to
Expertise's re-possession of the
property.
What is to happen now in
the ownership dispute is not
clear.
Granite had been in the
process of buying the hotel
under a lease-to-purchase
agreement.
Granite opened the hotel on
October 10. By a separate
agreement, Expertise was
managing the hotel on
Granite's behalf. However,
Expertise withdrew its
management services on
December 18 last year and
tried to close the hotel,
claiming Granite had failed to
meet management expenses.
But Granite took over the
management and kept the
hotel open, claiming it was
already entitled to possession
under the lease-to-purchase
agreement, and Expertise filed
suit in the Supreme Court to
settle the ownership dispute.
No date for hearing the case
has yet been set.
The Blue Vista has been
enjoying high occupancy due
almost entirely to the efforts
of Vista Tours. Vista sold
low-cost package tours which
included round-trip
transportation on charter
aircraft, a week's stay at the
Blue Vista and some
meals.
It was speculated that if
Expertise had merely won
possession of the hotel. it
would probably have had to
shut down. However, having
bought Vista Tours. it is
expected Expertise will be able
to maintain the sanme high
occupancy with the same
package deals.


paid up, however.
There was a further
confrontation between the
hotel management and the
union when the hotel closed on
November 15 for a month's
renovation work.
A dispute arose over the
payment of two weeks' salary
to 35 employees management
said would not be re-hired for
the re-opening. The union
claimed that in addition to
severance pay the 35 were
entitled under the work
contract to pay in lieu of two


YOUTH HELPING

POLICE IN


CUTLASS ATTACK
A 16-year-old youth is today
helping the police in their
investigations into the cutlass
attack on Mrs. Paula Styles,
which resulted in her having to
undergo plastic surgery of the
'face.
Mrs. Styles, 35, was
attacked with a cutlass as she
slept in a bed that she shared
with her 15-year-old daughter
at her Ridgeland Park home.
The youth is also assisting
,police in the case of Mrs. Alice
McKenzie, sister-in-law of Mrs.
L. 0. Pindling, who was
threatened in her Ridgeland
"Park home about a month
before the Styles attack.

No StatsWlt u

BaTelC talks
T tll BAHAMAS
Te I ec o in m u n icat ions
Corporation and the BaTelCo
branch of the Public Services
Union agreed late Thursday
that neither side would make
any more separate statements
on progress in negotiations
toward new pay agreements to
replace contracts which
expired in June and December
last year.
All future press statements
would be issued jointly, it was
agreed.
However, no joint statement
is expected until a settlement is
reached.
Early on Thursday union
sources reported the talks were
"pretty near" a settlement.
A It is understood new pay
A scales have been agreed for
both monthly paid workers,
whose old contract expired on
June 30 last year, and for
hourly-paid employees, whose
old contract ran out on
December 31.
Negotiators are still working
on fringe benefits and
conditions of employment.



I~e~j^.


reached the belt-course stage 'wcaks notice of their
for what is expected to be a -teaininationr


nUl tlUb meetingtg all.
No BWA official could be
contacted today for comment
on the reports.
The estimated cost of the
project is not known.
Last -yevr there were
indications that the Anchorage
was in financial difficulties,
and there was evidence earlier
this year of similar problems
faced by BWA itself.
Early in June last year one
week's payroll for the
Anchorage's 80 employees was
five days late, and in mid-July,
the Bahamas Hotel and
Catering Workers' Union went
to management over
complaints that workers were
receiving as little as half the
pay to which they were
entitled, and that the money
was again being paid out
behind schedule.
ASSURANCES
The pay-problems were
straightened out and
management gave the union an
assurance they would not
occur again.
They in August it was
learned that the hotel was two
months in arrears on
ground-rent.
The hotel was built on
property owned by the late
George Morley, and paid a
weekly ground rental of some
$2,000 to the Morley family.
But reliable sources said on
August 5,that no payments had
been made in June or July.
The rent was subsequently

I


The Labour Ministry
recently ruled in favour of the
workers, and most of the 35
received their back pay
yesterday at the union's Wulff
Road offices,
Evidence of BWA's alleged
financial problems came in
January this year, when the
Associated Press reported that
the U. S. Civil Aeroniutics
Board had turned down a BWA
application to operate charter
flights between the Bahamas
and the U.S.
AP reported that the CAB
rejected the application
because "BWA failed to show
that it was owned and
effectively controlled by
citizens of the Bahamas" as
required by CAB regulations.
The CAB added that the
company's financial situation
was "precarious," its
management staff was "not
qualified," and it lacked "firm,
economically feasible plans for
the proposed charter service."
BWA, according to AP, was
appealing the ruling. The
outcome of the appeal is not
known.
PLANE CARRYING MARIJUANA
CRASHES IN JAMAICA
KINGSTON. JAMAICA (AP) -
A small plane carrying marijuana
crushed today on Jamaica's north
coast, police said.
The pilot, still unidentified,
escaped unhurt from the crash and
made a getaway in a waiting car,
according to one report.
Police said that the plane was
registered in the United States.


Public disclosure of what has
been a long-running battle
between Mr. Chaplin and the
St. Andrew's Board came in
the same week that it was
learned Mr. Sands planned to
leave the Ministry of
Education.
Mr. Sands submitted his
resignation to the Ministry
earlier this month on health
grounds, but has not yet
received an official reply from
the Public Service Commission.
He told The Tribune he had
no definite plans but said he
would like to take a vacation.
Since the press
announcement of Mr.
Chaplain's contract
termination, parents have
sought an explanation from the
Board which has however
refused to go beyond the terms
of its letter to the headmaster.
NAME MENTIONED
The question of Mr. Sands
and St. Andrew's was raised by
Works Minister Simeon Bowe
at a parents' meeting held
Thursday night.
Mr. Chaplin, who has been
with St. Andrew's for 19 years,
first clashed with the Board in
June 1972 when he dismissed
two teachers without
consulting the Board.
The Board reinstated the
teachers within 48 hours, and
Mr. Chaplin submitted his
resignation stating at the time
that he would not seek
re-appointment when his
contract expired in August this
year.
According to Mr. Chaplin his
resignation was unanimously
rejected by the Board at a
meeting on October 3, 1972.
He maintains that the
termination clause in his
contract stipulates that in the
case of termination by either
:)arty a full term's notice has to
*)e given by the party
.erminating.
On those grounds, Mr.
Chaplin said, he should have
)een given notice during the
Easter vacation, which was in
April.
The Board's letter to Mr.
Chaplin, signed by secretary
Mrs. Molly Chapelle, said that
all salary to which the
headmaster was entitled would
be fully paid and satisfied upon
the completion of his present
term of office.
"In order to provide for
continuity," the letter added,
"there will be appointed an
acting headmaster of the
school to act until a new
headmaster is appointed."
In the meantime Mr. Chaplin
was advised that the Board had
given authority for him to
begin pre-retirement leave as
from June 30, on which date
the acting headmaster would
be instructed to assume the
duties of his post.
Mr. Lou Morgan, former
education director with the
Ministry of Education, who
had his contract terminated by
"mutual agreement" with the
Ministry in May 1972. has been
appointed acting headmaster
.


AN INDEPENDENCE DAY CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN
started at 10 o'clock this morning In Fox Hill through the
combined efforts of the Bahamas Boy Scouts and the Fox
Hill Division of the Drum and Bugle Corps. The clean-up
was organized by Mr. Lionel Davis, M.P. for Fox eHiO
assisted by Mr. John Davis of the scouts end Lenora
Rahming of the Bugle Corps. The group started to cleanup
the area north of Bernard Road, South of Step Street and
east of Adderley Street.
PHOTO; Roland Rone.


TO UNDERGO MASSIVE EXPANSION ? I
TO UNDERGO MASSIVE EXPANSION?


calypso singer, today called for the
abolition of work permits for
entertainers throughout Caribbean
region.
Brynner asked that the action be
taken when the (ec.wpetown anord
is slimed by heads of government In
Trinidad an July 4.
A telegram to this effect has
been sent by Lord brynner to beads
of govmmrnent of Trinidd and
Tobaio, Bart.dus and of Gyanams.


8DUDLEY'S
COR. AOtETTA ST. & MT. ROYAL AVE.
PREMIER a
PERCUSSION
INSTRUMENTS 4 4


BWA


planning to add


DEFENCE TLKS

RESUME, NT

,UNLIKELY TI E

BEFORE JUMY 1
TALKS between the
Bahamas. United Kingloin and
United States oa mN ltary
installations here rammed
Friday snd are expected to
continue until Tuesday.
The meetings, to decd* the
future of the U.S. and' the
British bses, ar being held at
(overnnent House "aMl
virtu ally the laine
representatives are involved,"'* a
government t house spokemman -
told The Tribune.
It had been hoped that .j
settlement could be reached"
before Independence but this
does not now appear likely in
view of the short time left. The
Tribune has been told.
The talks opened last month
and a brief statement issued at "
the close said that they had
proven "useful, informative
and satisfactory." They are still
being conducted at the official
level.
INSTALLATIONS
The United States now his
three active installations in the
Bahamas, including an
underwater missile firing dnd
testing range.
Agreements for these
facilities were negotiated
between the U.S. government
and Britain as the sovereign
power.
With the independence of
the Bahamas they now have to
be renegotiated with the
American government,
although Britain has arranged
in principle in advance with the
U.S. to have access to some of
the Bahamian facilities,
especially those for testing
underwater weapons.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling sauid EhrlerjHs rno_ ,
that the h 4k i 'ri rfbW ni
the three governments thus far
concerned "the terms and
conditions under which both
the U.S. and U.K. governments
might continue to operate the
facilities they presently have
on terms acceptable to the
Bahamas having regard to the
internal and external security
of the Bahamas and the
country's economic potential.
He told The Tribune at the
time that the Bahamas
government had not put forth
any request for guaranteed
protection, should the need
arise.

BITMC UNENS

TI K SPEll TI

PUIC TIUSHI0
NASSAU's Botanic
Garden will be officially
opened to the public at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow with an address
by the Hon. Carlton E. Francis,
Minister of Development.
The gardens are located on
Chippingham Road just off
West Bay Street, which was
formerly the Ministry of
Agriculture's Chippingham
Experimental Station.
Master of Ceremonies for
the official opening will be Mr.
Lionel Davis, M.P.,
Parliamentary Secretary for the
Ministry of Development. A
history of the Botanic Garden
will be presented by Mr. Oris
Russell, Permanent Secretary
for the Ministry of External
Affairs.
Mrs. Carlton Francis will cut
the ribbon officially opening
the gardens and Mrs. Leslie
Higgs and Senator EJ. Rolle
will plant a tree.
Mr. Earl Thompson, M.P.,
will deliver a vote of thanks.
SUGGESTS ABOLITION OF
WORK PERMITS
KINGSTON, JAMAICA (Al') -
"l.rd Brynner." a Trinidad-bornm


Hotel, its


reported


WYS PRIMARY SCHOOL A VISIT


THE STUDENTS OF CARMICHAEL PRIMARY SCHOOL were all smiles Friday
morning when a very special visitor drove up to the front door. The children, who've thus
far admired their Prime Minister from afar, asked their teachers if it wasn't possible to
have Mr. Pindling come for a visit. The Prime Minister agreed and arrived on the dot as
good as his word, despite a drenching rain. Here Mr. Pindling, right, is shown with
Killarney representative Cadwell Armbrister, left, in whose district the school is located.
Next to him is Miss 0. M. Snalam, Grade 4 teacher and Mrs. K. Davis, the school's
headmistress. With them are the students of Grade 4.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


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HISTORIC DECLARATION


Nixon and Brezhnev


peace


ert war

Schweid
sident Nixon and Soviet leader
declaration Friday pledging joint
disaster.


WASHINGTON (AP)-Presdent Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid
Brezhnev have dpned their summit agreement pledging joint efforts to
avert war and nuclear disaster. They pledged to avoid military
confrontation between the two superpowers. After e and Nixon ad a t
signed the agreement In ite White House today. Brezhnev slaid It was "a 0 ac t i
truly historic ceremony."
In an apparent reference to China, they also agreed action together
should any other country act to endanger International peace and security.
The agreement applied not only to relations between the U.S. and the By Dry
Soviets, but to relations ether has with any other country, large or small WASHINGTON (AP) Pm
Brezhnev also said he bellevea this and future summit meetings could Leonid I. Brezhnev siped a new
consolidate the dvae made In the joint effort to free the world of the efforts to avert ar and nucle d
fear of nuclear war. Later In the day. Nixon and Brezhnev will fly to the e o ave w n a
Western White House to continue their discussions. (e SEE STORY THIS In a reference aimed
PAGE) apparently at Communist
TWO FURTHER ACCORDS SIGNED China, the United States and
WASHINGTON (AP)-The U.S. and the Soviets also signed two accords the Soviet Union also agreed to
to expand and improve business and commercial relations. The agreements
provide for new offices for commercial counselors in Washington and work together when any third
Moscow. country acts to "endanger
The agreements were signed by Treasary Secretary Shultz and the international peace and
Russian Foreign Trade Miniater.security"
HOLDING OF TWO JOBS VIOLATION OF LAW The two world leaders
WASHINGTON (AP)- A Congressman ha made public a letter from the e two wo lee
Controller-General Indicating General Alexander Haig is violating the law signed the pact, the eighth in
by holding a job as assistant to the President. Haig joined the White House their current round of summit
staff in May as a replacement for H. R. Haldeman, who resigned. talks, in the White House East
The White House has said Haig will retire from active military duty Room.
August first, but California Democratic Representative John Moss wrote
Controller-General Elmer Staats stating Haig is violating the law by holding Later they were to leave for
two government jobs at once. Staats declined to say categorically Haig is California for a stay at the
exercising the functions of a civil office, but he said a violation of statute President's San Clemente
would seem to be indicated, home.
WATERGATE HEARINGS CAN INFLUENCE A JURY Three years ago the Soviet
CHICAGO (AP).-There's a very serious possibility, says Union tried but failed to
Attomey-General Elliot Richardson, that the Senate Watergate hearings convince the United States that
may hamper further prosecution attempts. He said the coverage of the
hearings is sure to influence a jury and give it preconceptions about the it should stand shoulder-to-
case. shoulder with Moscow to guard
Richardson told a news conference in Chicago today he and special against Communist Chinese
prosecutor Archibald Cox are very concerned about the situation, military thrusts. Henry A.
Richardson said he is not satisfied that hearsay evidence has been
eliminated in the hearings or kept to a minimum. Kissinger, the President's
WHITE HOUSE MIGHT HAVE BEEN AIDING FUGITIVE national security adviser, said
WASHINGTON (AP)-Formner presidential aide Charles Colson says two the "practical effect" of this
days after the Watergate break-in he asked White House counsel John Dean new two-nation pact "would
the whereabouts of Howard Hunt. Colson says Dean told him Hunt had be to prevent the outbreak of
been ordered out of the country, and Colson says when he objected, partly hostilities against any other
because the White House might be aiding a fugitive, Dean made a phone
call in hia presence and sad he has gotten the order rescinded, country."
Colsoa made the remark in an interview with the Associated Press. K issinger, in briefing
Senator George McGovern describes himself as indignant because many newsmen, was asked
Americans think both parties engaged in Watergate-style politics in last specifically about application
yeaw's campaign. McGovern says he may ask the Senate Watergate pec ay a application
committee to give him a chance to challenge that impression, to China. He skirted the
NIXON ILL-SERVED BY CLOSEST AIDES subject somewhat, while also
WASHINGTON (AP)-Charles W. Colson, former White House special saying: "We have no intention
counsel, said Friday the "great tragedy" of the Watergate scandal is that of being an arbiter between the
President Nixon was il'leerved by his closest aides. Soviet Union and the People's
"It was a very, very easy thing for people to hide significant facts," p ic fhina."
Coson said in an Interview. Facts about the break-in at Democratic Republic of China
headquarters were kept from him, and "if they could hide them from me, However, he said at another
think how easy it was to hide them from the President." point, "clearly under this
Colson said he saw the President nearly every day for four years and "I agreement the use of force
know the President of the United States was not involved in the Waterpgate against another country which
break-in or the cover-up. would have wide repercussions
He also said that if former presidential counsel John W. Dean III testifies would hae cluded." repercussions
before the Senate next week that Nixon knew about the cover-up, he will would be precluded.
be lying. KEY POINTS
USSR WANTS TO EXPAND TRADE WITH U.S. Key articles of the
WASHINGTON (AP)-Soviet party leader Leonid Brezhnev told some of agreement include:
America's top businessmen Friday that the Soviet Union is anxious to (1) A mutual promise by the
forget the paat political differences with the United States and to push two countries "to act in such a
ahead with expanded trade. two countries to act in such a
During an hour and a half talk to the businessmen, Brezhnev expressed a manner as to prevent the
ery sincere desire" to expand trade and ease political relations between development of situations
two countries, said one businessman who was there. capable of causing a dangerous
r nev conferred w h usn at the Blar House, the exacerbation of their relations,
social residence for distinguished foreigltV 6*'to Washington. e erbation of their relations
The Soviet leader said he was not going to assess the cause of the cold as to avoid military
war, telling the businessmen that tha was a milestone of the past, confrontations, and as to
businessmen who attended the session closed to newsmen said later, exclude the outbreak of
He was reported to have said that the voters of the Soviet Union and the nuclear war between them and
United States should support any government that favoured between the parties
rapprochement between the two nations, between either of the parties
After Brezhnev's talk, the United States and the Soviet Union signed and other countries."
new agreements designed to expand trade relations. (2) A mutual promise to
The businessmen who attended described Brezhnev as warm, friendly "refrain from the threat of the
and humorous.
STUDENT THRILLED AT BREZHNEV'S COMMENTS use of force" against each
WASHINGTON (AP) A 20-year-old college student, working at the other, the other's allies and
State Department for the summer, was thrilled Friday when she received other countries "in
the personal thanks of Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev for typing the circumstances which may
agreement on prevention of nuclear war. endanger international peace
Ann Fisher of Greensboro, Pa., said Brezhnev told her in the receiving and security."
line, "I want to congratulate you on all the work and wish you happiness
the rest of your life." (3) If the risk of nuclear war
Miss Fisher said she has been working for about a month in the State rises they "shall immediately
Department's office of the legal adviser, treaty division. enter into urgent consultations
Asked If she was excited about being involved in the agreement signing enter ntourgentconsultations
ceremonies and meeting President Nixon and Brezhnev, she said with with each other and make
emphasis, "you better believe it." every effort to avert this risk."
Also receiving Brezhnev's thanks for work done on the treaty were two (4) Nothing in the
regular State Department employees- Mrs. Eleanor McDowell of New ff th
Rochel, N.Y. an attorney adviser in the same office, and Charles I. Bevans agreement affects the inherent
of Arlington, Vs., assistant legal adviser for treaty affair. right of self-defense by the
UNANIMOUS RECOMMENDATION GERMANYS BE ADMITTED United states or the Soviet
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The Security Council unanimously Union, alone or with their
recommended Friday that the General Assembly admit East and Vest allies.
Germany to the United Nations. With the agreement, the
The Assembly Is expected to vote both Germanys Into the organization United States hopes to have
on Sept. I, the opening day of its next session.
Along with the Bahamas this will increase U.N. membership to 135 additional means of reassuring
countries. Peking, with which it is
Jacob Malk of the Soviet Union, Preaident of thyCouncil for June, said improving relations, that it has
the admission of the two Germanys would be "a substantial further acted to restrain the Russians.
contribution" to international peace and security. acat is becausetran the ussians.t
Tih Council acted by general consent without a vote. That i becaue the
The resolution recommending membership for the two Germanys was pledges Moscow and the
unanmlously approved earlier by the Council's committee on admissions. United States both to avert a


BONN, GERMANY (AP) -
French and West German leaders
ended a two-day summit Friday in
continued disagreement over now
Western Europe should deal with
the U.S. proposal for reshaping
trans-Atlantic relations.
Despite earlier hints of progress
In some areas, French President
Georges Pompidou and Bonn
Chancellor Willy Brandt remained
far apart In their views on this key
question, their spokesmen indicated
at a news conference.
On a day that was ending with a
ala castle banquet marked by
toasts to friendship atd
cooperation observers said little, in
the way of substantial agreement
emerged from the talks.
Spokesmen indicated the main
progress they had achieved was a
French agreement that the
European Common Maket could
work out a united policy for
upcoming world trade talk in which
U.S,-Europeap relations will be
affected. I r
But there was apparent failure to
narrow differences over the broader
question of how the Europeans
would deal with the Amerlcans;in
redefining U.S.EUropea ties. frm
PompIDou did not budge from
his earlier demand that Common
Market members deal individually,
not as a solid bloc, with President
Nixon when he makes his Europien
tour this faL Brandt rejects this
approach.
Brandt wants Nixon to have' a
summit with European government
chiefs or foreign ministers, meeting
In a bloc as members f tf
Common Market's policy-mak1lb
ministeril council In Brussels, a
sign of common market unity.
Pompldou, apparently fearing
France would be outflanked at such
a meeting, wants each of the nine
Common Market members to del
separately with Nixon in pie
U.S.euAropean dialogue on trade,
monetary and defense matters. -
A Bonn spokesman said d tt
French and West German "attitudes
obviously are different, now as
before."
Accompanied by their top
cabinet members, the French add
West German leaders s etltnued
to disagree over Eat-Ws tbop-qut
tals. Prance opposes Oae current
exploratory talks In Vienna on
mutual, balanced force reductions
In Europe.
On another key question,
progress toward Western Furopean
Integration, a Bonn spokesman told
newsmen It may not be possible for
the Common Market to meet the,
deadline of next Jan. I to begint a
4Aeond ptuue of steps towad
conaomij and monetary unMion
He said French and West German
economics ministers diuesead this
and aeed it would be difficult to
meet the deadline.


government officials and
Congressmen that it was "a
truly historic ceremony" and,
illustrates the consolidation of
earlier steps taken toward
lifting from the world the fear
of nuclear war.
As at other signing
ceremonies this week, the
robust Soviet leader engaged in
a bit of lighthearted horse play,
reaching at one point to pluck
away a pen Nixon had used to
sign the document. After
peering at it closely, Brezhnev
stuck it in his pocket. Later he
dug it out when Nixon told the
audience that everyone present
would be given a souvenir pen.
And, after the two leaders
had their initial sips of
champagne, Brezhnev took
Nixon's glass, held it up beside
his and, after examining how
much each had drunk, shook
his head in a display of mock
amazement.
Then, Brezhnev pulled out a
cigarette lighter and burned a
piece of paper, saying to the
laughter of the businessmen.
"that's what I'd like to do to
protocol."
SOFT SELL
The Soviet official spoke
mainly in generalities, however,
in recounting the political and
economic relations between
Russia and the United States
back to World War Two.
Asked if Brezhnev made a
hard sell for more trade, E.
Douglas Kenna, president of
the National Association of
Manufacturers, said, "it was a
very soft sell."
The Soviet leader referred
indirectly to moves in the
United States to deny
favourable tariff treatment the
the Soviet Union because f its
Jewish emigration policies,
businessmen reported.
They said Brezhnev asserted
that the Soviet Union has ,tts
domestic political concepts and
the United States has its and
neither had the right to
interfere with the other.
The 50 or so businessmen,
representing the cream of the
crop of American capitalism,
applauded several times at
Brezhnev's jokes. One said later
that the Soviet official
appeared to be there to
"discount the image of the
fearful Russian. He talked
about trust and mutualty."
Brezhnev talked with each
of the businessmen individually
as they came through the
receiving line but there was no
reference to specific trade
deals, several businessmen said

Freack-W1.irnai

summit failure


COSTS OF CONCORDE CONTINUE TO SOAR
LONDON (AP) The BrItish government Friday announced a hike of
m 240 mi don l dolars n the oaranx development costs of the
COfaCde IpeuOk FSM. The Mannounement came only a day after
disdanu that nine moe airlines have cancelledoption to buy the plane,
eviuam only nine frs ciatomera.
MWe I H ftltse, Miinter ftr Aeroppee, told the House of Commons
total devO t cost for theCoftode hvew acre d by 9S mamon
potu or 27.Al mlin dollars to 1,0U mlel pound 2,62 milaon


'4


risK of war.
Asked whether he consulted
with the new China liaison
office in Washington before the
understanding was made final,
Kissinger avoided a direct
response. However, he said,
"The United States consulted
with several countries but I
don't want- to go into
enumeration."
The presidential adviser said
the agreement would not apply
to U.S. bombing operations in
Cambodia since the Indochina
conflict began before the
understanding was reached.
And yet, he added:
"As a general proposition it
is not possible under this
agreement for either side to use
force in circumstances that can
threaten international peace
and stability without breaking
the letter and spirit ...".
MOSCOW INITIATIVE
Kissinger aid the purpose of
the pact was "to legalize and
simplize restraint on the. part
of the two superpowers In their
international law." He said the
"original impetus" for the
agreement came from Moscow,
but "both parties made a
substantially equal
contribution."
He would not say
specifically to which trouble
spots, such as the Middle Eat,
it would apply. But looking
41-k Kissinger said the
agreement might have avoided
the 1962 Cuban missile crisis
a#d several crises over Berlin.
After the signing, Brezhnev
told the assembled diplomats,


ATT. 1. WIES AFTER 28 DAYS IN SPACE


-Ushihigt


WASHINGTON (AP) Here
are the latest Watergate
developments:
WEICKER: Connecticut
Republican Lowell Weicker of
the Senate Watergate
committee says the Nixon
administration, as Weicker put
it, "stepped on" anyone willing
to search for the truth about
Watergate.
LEAKS: The Senate
Watergate committee is
considering holding all sessions
in public because of
widespread leaks of
information from closed-door
sessions.
ICHORD: Democratic
representative Richard Ichord
of Missouri, chairman of the
House internal security
committee, says the committee
will conduct hearings on why
the Nixon administration was
forced to form its own group
to investigate security leaks,
instead of relying on the F.B.I.
or Central Intelligence Agency.
MITCHELL: Martha
Mitchell, who has complained
of being made a prisoner in her
New York apartment by
newsmen standing at the door
step, packed her bags and left
for an unknown- destination.
PROSECUTORS: An
assistant to special. Watergate
prosecutor Archibald Cox said
a special grand jury may be
convened to investigate
whether President Nixon's
fund raisers used extortion to
get campaign contributions.
U.S. $ DIPS IN GERMANY
LONDON (AP) The US
dollar sank to a record low In West
Germany on Friday and weakened
across Western urope. But then
wen rigns that the danger of
another monetary crisis is
retreating.
The Italian lira, the shakiest
currency In the European Common
Market, strengthened on the news
that It would be supported by |1
billion n new credits from France
and Germany.
in the long run, this could help
stabilize money markets.
In addition a key barometer of
monetary jitters, the gold markets,
ended the week on a dull note. The
metal closed down a dollar in
London at $19.75 an ounce and
was unchanged in Zurich at
S120.2 an ounce. When the dollar
has been under heavy pressure in
recent weeks, the- gold price ha
soared.
Trading in money market was
alo moderate. For the most part
the dollar' decline was relatively
mual.


Skylab astronauts


reported to be


'in supershape'


ABOARD USS TICONDEROGA (AP) The Skylab
astronauts, completing in triumph a mission which started with
threatened failure, returned to earth in "supershape" Friday from


ANSI WATERATE

PLIC KAMUIS

WASHINGTON (AP)- Atty.
Gen. Elliot L. Richardson said
today there is "a very serious
possibility" that the Senate
Watergate hearings will hamper
further prosecution attempts.
Richardson told a news
conference that news coverage
of the hearings would influence
a jury. "It would be impossible
not to give a jury
preconceptions about the
case," he said.
He said he and the special
Watergate prosecutor,
Archibald Cox, are very
concerned about the situation.
Much of the testimony given
in public to the Senate
Committee is hearsay,
Richardson said. "I'm certainly
not satisfied that hearsay
evidence has been eliminated
or Lept to a minimum," he
s.;id.
Richardson said he would
press that the Senate hearings
be suspended until after the
justice department concludes
its investigation of former top
White House officials.
He said the hearings are not
fair in that "they do not
adhere to the safeguards that
would apply in a criminal
trial," citing cross-examination
as an example.
Cox is proceeding with
complete independence in his
investigation, Richardson said,
and is dealing with other
justice department officials
only on "a limited scale." Cox
basically is using the
investigative resources of the
department.
NOT TO NIXON
Richardson said he is not
relaying information about the
investigation to President
Nixon. "I've had very little
information communicated to
me (by Cox) and none by me
to the White House," he said.
There may be a "legal bar"
to getting President Nixon to
testify before a grand jury,
Richardson said. "There are
strong constitutional
safeguards that would point to
the conclusion that he could
not be" forced to testify, he
said.
"Lawyers are used to
thinking in terms of precedents
but here we have no
precedents," he added.
Richardson, in Chicago to
attend the midwestern and
eastern regional United States
attorneys conference, said he
has ordered a justice
department review of its
bugging policies to make sure
current bugging attempts are
clearly authorized.

Latest develepmets


the longest space voyage ever.
Astronauts Charles Conrad
Jr., Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin and
Paul J. Weitz ended 28 days in
orbit with a precisely on-target
landing in the Pacific Ocean
about 830 miles southwest of
San Diego, Calif.
Despite medical fear of
weaker condition after four
weeks in weightlessness, the
spacemen felt well enough to
walk, wave and laugh as they
strolled with unsteady steps
across the deck of this prime
recovery vessel.
"They look quite good," a
space agency doctor said.
The astronauts went
immediately to a mobile
medical laboratory for
extensive examinations.
Conrad, Kerwin and Weitz
left behind them in orbit a
salvaged space station which is
ready for the planned 56-day
missions of the Skylab 2 and 3
crews. When the men of Skylab
boarded the orbiting
laboratory 28 days earlier, it
was overheated, underpowered
and even destined for failure.
But in a series of daring repair
efforts, the astronauts patched
up the ailing spaceship.
They also returned with 80
per cent of their assigned
science mission completed.
They brought back hundreds
of biological samples and
thousands of feet of film and
tape which experts believe will
provide precious new
knowledge about the Sun, the
Earth and about Man himself.
President Nixon hailed their
accomplishment as "a source
of intense pride for the
American people."
"You have given conclusive
evidence that even the most
advanced scientific and
technological support in the
world, the courage and
resourcefulness of good men
are still central to the success
of the human adventure," said
a telegram from the President.
'IN SUPER SHAPE' -
Conrad. Kerwin and Weitz
undocked their Apollo
command ship from the end of
the Skylab space station early
Friday morning and started
their homeward journey from
275 miles in orbit. They guided
the command ship through a
series of rocket firings which
slowed it down and brought it
soaring through the
atmosphere on a fiery path to
Earth.
Three bright orange and
white parachutes blossomed
above the craft at 10,005 feet,
and the straining nylon
mushrooms lowered the
fire-streaked spaceship to the
precise pinpoint splashdown.
"Everybody is in
supershape," said Conrad as
the craft bobbed on the water.
The spacecraft returned
from space through a heavy
layer of clouds which obscured
the view of hundreds of
white-suited sailors lining the
deck of the carrier.


Saturday, June 23, 1973.


YARD ARREST

2 IN CALL


GIRL SCANDAL
LONDON (AP) Warrants
were issued Friday for the
arrest of Norma Levy, the
Irish-born call girl at the centre
of a sex scandal that led two
British government ministers to
resign, and her husband.
Scotland Yard said.
The warrants were issued by
a London court soon after
detectives arrested two women
on vice charges in connection
with the scandal and a massive
investigation into a big-time
vice ring in the British capital.
Mrs. Levy and her husband
fled Britain when the scandal
broke last month before they
could be questioned by police.
They were last reported in the
French Riviera resort of St
Tropez.
The warrants were issued
under the Sexual Offences Act
and alleged Levy lived oft
immoral earnings while his wife
tried to procure a girl to
become a prostitute.
Scotland Yard said no
extradition application has yet
been made to French
authorities. However, the
couple's attorney, David Jonas,
told newsmen he had discussed
the question of extradition
with Scotland Yard chiefs, lie
did not elaborate
One of the ministers who
resigned, Air Force Minister
Lord Lambton, confessed he
had been photographed in bed
with Mrs. Levy in her plush
London apartment.
The day after Lambton quit.
Lord Jellicoe, another
government minister, admitted
he had "some casual affairs"
with call girls and resigned.
The two women arrested
Friday were named as Mrs.
Jean Horn of London and
Helga Abray, a German living
in the British capital. Both
were charged with prostitution
and released on bail after a
brief court appearance.
Mrs. Horn was named at the
weekend in the British press as
the madam behind a ring of
prostitutes who specialized in
catering for prominent people.
Police sources reported more
arrests allegedly involved in thr
so-called'" Ldib'ifb affair 'nay
be made soon, but gave no
details.
DANGERS IN TAKING
CONTRACEPTIVE PILL
LONDON (AP) Women who
take the contraceptive pill double
the risk of developing gall stones, a
team of American doctors reported
today.
The doctors said in the British
medical magazine the Lancet that
about 80 women out of 100,00o
between 20 and 44 suffered from
gall stone attacks. The figure
increased to 160 in 100,000 in
women who took the pill, the
report said. .
The doctors based their findings
on a survey carried out in a group
of hospitals near Boston during 10
months of last year.
The report also estimated that 66
women in every 100,000 taking the
pill developed thrombosis every
year as compared with 11 women
who did not take the pill.


anchor.
The Ticonderoga skipper,
Capt. Norman K. Green,
manoeuvred the 42,000-ton
carrier beside the three-ton
spacecraft in gentle Pacific
waves. A line was attached and
25 sailors, hauling in rhythm,
pulled the spent spaceship next
to the 900-foot-long carrier.
A crane normally used for
boats and aircraft, lifted the
command ship, with the
astronauts still inside, 25 feet
to an elevator deck, placing the
spacecraft on a platform.
Because of medical concern
about the deconditioning
effect on the astronauts after
four weeks in space, provisions
had been made to remove the
astronauts from the command
ship on stretchers.
Quick medical tests by
Kerwin, a physician, however,
removed any question about
the spacemen being carried.
Conrad, then Weitz and
finally Kerwin climbed out
singly through a spacecraft
hatch while the ship's band
played "Anchor's Aweigh" for
the all-Navy crew.
RUBBERY LEGS
The astronauts, wearing
flight suits and blue
baseball-style caps, walked on
rubbery legs, with doctors
hovering at their elbows. But
the men smiled and waved at
cheering sailors nearby, and
walked the 66-foot-long red
carpet.
Both Kerwin and Weitz
received light assistance from
the doctors as their steps
faltered slightly.
The doctors wore
surgical-style face masks, a
precautionary measure.
Kerwin seemed the most
bothered by the reintroduction
to gravity. He woobled slightly
and walked4'witt awwide gait:
Conrad, a four-time space
veteran and the Skylab I
commander, led the way and
seemed the steadiest.
The astronauts entered a
silver trailer-like mobile
medical laboratory equipped
with a wide range of
instruments designed for
meticulous tests. The extensive
medical examinations began at
once.
Dr. Lawrence F. Deitlein,
deputy director of life sciences
at the Johnson Space Centre.
said in a Houston news
conference that preliminary
tests showed the astronauts in
excellent health.
"They look quite good," he
said. "Far better than I
expected."


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LEON E. H. DUPUCH ,PubHitr/EdilM90J. 1914.
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, OB.E.,K.CSO.G.D.Litt., LL.D.
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Coxrbufftv Editor 1972. '
EILEEN PUPUCH CARRON.M.c.., B.A:; LLB.,
Pub'ir1r/Edltor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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Saturday, June 23, 1973.


EDITORIAL

"Power to the people"


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GOVERNMENT, industry and business generally in the
Bahamas are experiencing labour troubles. Reports of strikes and
rumours of strikes seem to crowd the pages of The Tribune every
day.
Government seems to be coming under the most pressure from
BEC, BaTelCo, teachers and public servants generally.
All these people are now earning more money than they ever
expected to but no one is satisfied. Everyone wants more. And
now they know how to get it ... by the exercise of united power.
It is not their concern that perhaps an industry cannot absorb
any more overhead. They want more. They feel they must get
more. They will get more .... because they have power and they
have been shown how to use it.


Why this sudden exhibition of power by a once friendly and
contented people?
Perhaps we will realize what this is all about by reviewing some
events of the recent past in the Bahamas.
We will change the complexion of Bay Street. This was the
voice of power ... L 0. Pindling.
Now we have political power we will get economic power.
The voice of power ... L O0. Pindling.
Freeport must bend or break. The voice of power ... L. 0
Pindling.
Immigration used to squeeze people out of business and to
drive expatriates out of the colony. A form of Aminism, harshly
applied in Uganda but more mildly used slower but equally
effective in the Bahamas .... a dose of Arthur Hanna.
The awarding of contracts to Square Deal Club boys at top
prices.
The arbitrary extraction of additional entertaining
allowances from the Public Treasury by some members of the
Cabinet.
The avoidance of supplying information on the excessive cost
of the new Post Office, suggesting that something more than
cheese might "stink in Denmark".
The mystery surrounding treasure found in a wreck in
Bahamian waters. It is rumoured that some of the gold may still
not be accounted for.
The truck scandal at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
These people have guns and they can shoot straight. Answer
given investors by L. 0. Pindling several years ago when they
complained that they had bought land at the island and local
people refused to give it up.
It doesn't matter what England writes in the constitution for
the Bahamas. The Bahamas House of Assembly has the power to
change it ... and we will change it. Statement made by Arthur
Hanna about the recent independence conference held in
London.
Motions for Committees by the Opposition in the House are
being rejected by the Government in a brazen exhibition of blind
power.
I suppose I could go on listing columns of what appear to me
to be irregularities and abuse of power by the Government
equally as bad as the Watergate Scandal that is now rocking the
U.S. The difference is that America is a free country and its
cesspit can be cleaned up by the voice of the people. But there is
no real freedom in the Bahamas today ... and Mother
Britain has so completely closed her eyes to injustices in the
islands that she is prepared to hand a whole people over to this
form of tyranny. Shocking really, you know.
But the incident I want to recall at this time is the stevedore
strike in February, 1968 when Randol Fawkes was Minister of
Labour.
At that time the union signed a three-year contract with
shipping agents that would give stevedores a 32 percent
across-the-board wage increase. The agreement wis explained to
the stevedores who accepted it 101-9 and agreed to return to
work.
But by the following morning the stevedores refused to end
their two-day strike. They refused to honour their agreement for
which they had voted the previous evening, and which was signed
by their union chiefs.
Mr. Fawkes made a personal appeal to stevedores to honour


their contract. But when his plea was ignored and the men
persisted in the strike, Mr. Fawkes announced: "I have today
referred the entire matter to the Prime Minister for action."
Mr. Pindling met with the men, but they refused to budge. Mr..
Pindling then advised the shipping agents to reconsider their offer
... despite the fact that the agents already had a binding
agreement with the men. After the strike dragged on for a week
the shipping agents capitulated in order to prevent severe
hardships, which would threaten the people of New Providence
should the strike continue.
The agents agreed to the one-year contract proposed by the
union ... despite the fact that they had already had a valid
three-year agreement.
Apparently ignoring the legal document that the union had
signed with the agents, the Premier commented that the agents
had reached the position that day (Thursday, Feb. 22) that the
union had reached on Sunday (Feb. 18).
He said he assumed that if the shipping agents had agreed on
Sunday to what they had agreed to that day "you would have
been back to work Monday morning."
And then Internal Affairs Minister Jeffrey Thompson made the
classic remark to men who had just repudiated a three-year
agreement signed by their leaders and ratified by themselves.
Said Mr. Thompson:
"I'm pleased that you were able to conduct yourselves in such
a noble fashion ... ahn example for the future."
Since then the unions have gone wild. The course was certainly
set for the future! Now the Government would like to check the
course but they are beginning to realize too late that power has
passed from Government to the unions.


YES, THERE ARE OTHER MOTHERS at Inagua who
suffer like Mrs. Wellington Smith and there are other
children like the Smith children who suffer because of the
political victimization of their parents.
It appears that some Bahamians living in Nassau were
unaware of this, though most of the facts have. been
published in the newspaper before. ZNS, the Government's
radio station, has, of course, neglected to give publicity to
this sad* situation and there has been no inspiring
sermonette by Ed Bethel at the end of the news
condemning.this wickedness.
Nevertheless, the tragedy has been gnawing away at the
consciousness of the people on Inagua since every day they
are aware that 'he persecution of 30 or more children cry
out to heaven for vengeance. The conscience of the rest of
the Bahamian nation must also be deeply troubled when
they come to realise that this is a matter of which their
government has been fully aware for some months and has
allowed to continue, in spite of the human suffering
involved.
In February of this year, Mr. Kendal G. L. Isaacs, as
Leader of the Opposition, brought this whole matter to the
attention of the Prime Minister himself. He made personal
representations to the Prime Minister urging him to take
some action on behalf of the families that have been
affected by political victimization at Inagua, mostly by the
deportation of the fathers who happened to have been born
at Turks Island.
There is the case of Donald Harris and his wife, both
Turks Island-born. After 20 years in the Bahamas, his work
permit was not renewed after the last election and he had
to leave Inagua. Five children suffer.
Robert Lightbourne, after seeing the axe fall all around
him and having been threatened himself, did not wait to get
formal notification that he was no longer welcome in the
Bahamas, but left on his own accord. Two children suffer.
Mrs. Hubert Williams is believed to be a supporter of the
PLP, but Mr. Williams had to leave anyway after 20 years or
so in the Bahamas. Ten children suffer.
CRUELTY OF GOVERNMENT
Henry Henfield has been living at Inagua for about 10
years and he, too, was suddenly unable to work after the
election. Ten children suffer.
There are other people who happened to have been born
at Turks Island, like Claude Lightbourne, who suffer
because of the incredible cruelty of the Government. And
that is, of course, where the blame has to be laid at the
feet of the Government.
Even though the PLP Representative for the district
might have been able to frighten away some of these people
merely by uttering threats, it must be evident that the
Government effected or co-operated with action taken
against others or was at least aware of what was happening.
The systematic, uncivilised destruction of these families


at Inagua is a terrifying symptom of a disease which cou!d
destroy the peace of this country, precipitate strife and
bring untold suffering to many more people.
Why is it that such senseless cruelty can be perpetrated
by powerful men? The fact that this is not exclusively a
PLP nor a Bahamian disease does not make it a bit more
excusable. As a matter of fact, the grim experiences of
other countries should be a lesson for us on the eve of
independence.


There is political victimization in many places on the
globe, unfortunately, but no responsible Bahamian leader in
politics or religion should merely shrug it away by making
that particular observation. The disease must be treated at
its root, otherwise it will go on and on and will become a
set way of life in this country for generations, a systemic
affliction.
The political prisons of Spain and Russia are still filled
with people who are just as loyal, and perhaps more loyal
to their countries, than the tyrants who hold them in
chains. They rot physically and mentally while the lucky


QUESTIONS ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL CHAIRMAN


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Would you be so kind to
publish this letter to Mr.
Holowesko.
Dear Mr. Bill Holowesko.
I do not know you
personally, but I wish you
would clarify which is
considered the main feature in
a School:
Students
Headmaster
Board of Directors
Since you have been
involved in various positions on
various boards in as many
various schools, then I am sure
that you should be an
authority on such matters.
Who then is the most
important flag-carrier of any
school? Wouldn't you agree,
Sir, that the students would
have to be classified as the best
way to judge the standards of a
school? Then you will also


agree that St. Andrews excels
in this feature.
Again, Sir, wouldn't it
appear that the obvious high
standards would be a reflection
on the Headmaster's continued
interest and guidance? It would
appear that in this area Mr.
Chaplin excels.
The students seem to
generate a strong devotion and
high respect for this man.
In what position does this
leave the Board? My own
personal feeling is "not to
change a good thing".
Christ was crucified not
because he had sinned, but
because the Jews were jealous
of his popularity and they were
afraid of him.
Is this also to be in the case


Well ... what are they complaining about?
Wasn't one of their vote-getting slogans: "Power to the
people"!!!! And wasn't it one of their own members who praised
the workers for their "noble" behaviour. Yes, a valid contract was
torn up!

Something is really sadly wrong with people at all levels of life
in the Bahamas today.
When I told a friend of mine in Coral Gables that I was going
to Nassau to attend the funeral of an old member of my staff she
asked me to get a Mary Quant item for her. This is an English
product that is not sold in shops in the U.S.
I phoned a shop on Bay Street that I thought would carry the
Mary Quant line. The call was answered by the owner of the
business who is one of the most successful merchants on Bay
Street. I thought I recognized his voice.
"Is this Mr. So and So?", I asked.
"Yes," he replied in a gruff voice. "But I am busy. Hurry up
and say what you have to say and get off the phone."
I asked him if he carried the Mary Quant products.
"No," he replied and hung up the receiver.


Needless to say, I was shocked, particularly because this young
man is a friend of mine.
I didn't call back and reveal my identity because I didn't want
to embarrass him but it is sad when an ordinarily decent chap
allows himself to become so screwed up inside that he can be
rude to anyone who calls his phone.
This is not only bad for his business ... it is bad for the whole
colony.
By contrast, I recall a short story that appeared in a recent
issue of The Reader's Digest to illustrate the character of an
English gentleman.
A man was striding hurriedly through the corridors of the
House of Commons one day when he was stopped by a stranger
and asked a few questions.
He answered the questions and then said gently: "Now, if you
will excuse me, sir, I am in a bit of a hurry. My house is on fire."
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THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
The accursed power that stands on privilege.
BELLOC

I repeat .... that all power is a trust that we are accountable
for its exercise that, from the people, and for the people, all
springs, and all must exist.
DISRAELI


of Mr. Chaplin? Crucify him
although he is innocent?
If he is not innocent then
why can't someone, anyone,
come right out and accuse
him? Believe me, he is just as
anxious as anyone to hear the
accusation.
Can 18 years of being able
to work in full accord with
many different highly
respected chairmen and their
various boards be disregarded?
If Mr. Chaplin were so
undesirable then, Sir, why
would you have wished your
children to become a part of


such an institution? Looking at
their progress in school events,
they seem to have gotten along
very well.
Taking John Chaplin away
from St. Andrews School
would be like taking a father
from his large family. Isn't it
obvious to everyone the deep
love and dedication which this
man has for the children and
the school as a whole?
Could it be possible that you
and your Board made a
mistake in your decision?
A Concerned Parent
J.H. ALBURY


Questions St. Andrew's Board


EDITOR, The Tribune,
The following letter has
been sent to the Board of
Directors of St. Andrew's
School.
Dear Sirs:
Ask yourselves these
questions?
(1) Why do you think the
parents are willing to pay St.
Andrews School fees?
(2) Is it because of the
Board of Directors?
Three quarters of the
parents do not even know who
is on the board. Or at least


they didn't until now.
(3) Is it because of the
buildings and facilities?
The answer again is a
resounding NO.
(4) -- Is it because of the
Headmaster and Staff?
The answer will be a
resounding YES.
We know what sort of
Headmaster we have now. He is
a winner. I will repeat he is a
winner.
He has proven himself. So,
why change?
It's as simple as that.
MICHAEL ROBERTS


ones are shot. But the root cause is the same.
It is a poisonous mixture of arrogance, paranoia and
power-madness which lead those who rule for the time
being to believe that all truth and justice, all national
aspirations are wrapped up in their pompous little souls and
personified exclusively in their miserable beings. Such a
state of mind could.be pitied or .laughed at if it did not
produce such dangerous consequences for other individuals
and the countries .which happen to fall into the hands of
these misfits. .
This disease, with its fearsome complication of racial or
tribal prejudice is what results today in the savage slaughter
of hundreds of men, women and children in Burundi and
the enslavement of millions in South Africa.
The same disease also is at the core of the political
scandal of Watergate which has caused the great democracy
of the United States of America to tremble and totter.
Fortunately in that country, with as much as there is to be
criticised, there appears to be a very healthy impulse to
fully expose the scandal and its motivations. Democracy
lovers all over the world watch with anxious care and
pray that America will come to grips with the disease which
caused some men to carry out criminal activities against
fellow citizens who, because they were opposed to the men
in power, were apparently regarded as enemies of the state.
And the Bahamas?
JUSTICE AWAITS
On the eve of independence, Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling has an opportunity to set an example for all the
prime ministers who hopefully will follow in constitutional
government in the free and independent Commonwealth of
the Bahamas in the generations ahead. It is for him now and
for all of us to set the style of noble political traditions
which will guide us in the future.
Will we be able to recognize civilised partisan conflict
inspired by love of country and genuine political
differences and so conduct ourselves?
Or will we allow our political conflicts to be so
consuming that we will descend to the level of beasts
seeking the total destruction of each other?
The answer to those questions will predict the future
state of the Bahamas with greater certainty than any crystal
ball, and the sooner the answers are given, the better it will
be.
One single day of unnecessary suffering for the Smith
children at Inagua could result in years of misery for the
entire Bahamian nation. Justice is waiting to be done. The
future is waiting to be made.




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of the Bahamas.
Music to dance to is perhaps
the most important
ingredient of night club life
and at Nassau's SHOW
MAGAZINE CLUB Paul
Hanna's trio plays from 10
p.m. until 4 a.m. every
night, except Thursdays.
Paul is an up and coming


is described as a musical history
young Bahamian. Ile will be
twenty-seven next month.
Hie began to play the piano at
the tender age of three. lie
was introduced to the
instrument by his mother,
Mrs. Louise Hanna, who
might have regretted the fact
as from that time on she
rarely played herself.
"I took up all the time at the
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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
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their daily duties to build a rewarding career. An
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spent nine months in Canada
where he played at "Le
Pottage" and "Bachelors 3"
in Montreal.
Before going to Canada Paul
had a quartet and was
engaged at the Sonesta
Beach.
The present group came
together at the end of April.
Paul is the pianist and
vocalist, Fitz Gerald is on
the bass guitar and Simeon
Rolle is the drummer. Paul
has high hopes for this group
which is working towards
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versatility. "I like this group
very much", he said,
"together we have
potential".
Paul has cut some records.
His album with his first
group was entitled:
"Introducing the Paul Hanna
Quartet" and also a 45
"Keep growing strong".
The SHOW MAGAZINE CLUB
have an excellent sound
system. This week they
announced yet another
addition to their attractions
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NEAR OAL
The Independence Clean-Up
Committee has received
donations totalling some
$18,387.22 to date, only
$1,600 short of their goal of
$20,000.
The money collected is to
defray the cost of
approximately 1,000 black,
yellow and red steel litter bins,
with tip-proof concrete bases,
which are being placed along
all of New Providence's major
highways.
Manufacture of the drums
with the Committee's $20,000
goal has been made possible
only by the cooperation of the
staff of H. M. Prison, Fox Hill.
who are allowing prisoners to
construct the concrete bases,
paint the steel drums and make
the wire-top deflectors by
hand.
The Committee has
acknowledged receipt of the
following donations received
since their last published list of
gifts: American Friends of
Bahamas Foundation, Inc.,
$1,990; Milo Butler A Sons,
Ltd., $250; Major George L.
Webb, $200; Jones Bardelmeler
& Co., $150; R. R. Fatrington
& Sons, $100; Marcons Ocean
Industries, Ltd., $100;
Canadian Women's Club, $100;
Kelly's Hardware Ltd., $60;
Arima Department Store, $20.


SONDRA HEASTIE is now
on the staff of the club and
plays recorded discs during
the short break taken by the
Paul Hanna Trio. Sondra will
be there every evening from
10 'tl closing time to help
entertain the patrons of this
club with her keen
knowledge of music.
Other nightspots to visit: -
COYABA ROOM (Britannia
Beach Hotel). features
Bedie McKenzie & the
Citations plus Swain & the
Dynamics (closed


Thursdays.
BAHAMAS ON TV


A HALF HOUR film on the
Bahamas is to be shown on the
programme "Montage" to be
presented 7 p.m. today on
Wometco's WTVJ Channel 4.
The film was put together
by Channel 4 and features
various aspects of life in the
Bahamas.
The 8th Bahamas Boy
Scouts, Trinity Troop held a
Bike-a-Thon today beginning at
9 a.m. to raise funds to defray
expenses when the troop takes
its annual summer vacation.
L. W. YOUNG FAIR
THE L. W. YOUNG Junior
High School will hold a fair
Monday June 25 opposite the
Ranfurly Home for the
purpose of raising funds to aid
their Independence Day
efforts.
The fair, set for 3 p.m. to 9
p.m., is being organized by
Mrs. M. Walcott, headmistressof
the school. Games, raffles and
a variety of activities are
planned.


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An Independence Commemorative Medal is to be struck In sterling silver and bronze In
proof condition. A good portion of the proceeds from the sale of these medals will aid
The Ranfurly Home for Children.
The obverse of the medal portarys the Hon. L. 0. Pindling and Sir Milo B. Butler. The
reverse depicts the Coat of Arms of The Bahamas.
As the issue will be limited, these medals will become a sought after addition to any
collection as well as a remembrance of Independence. One does not have to be a collector
to admire the quality of these medals.
They would also make a most impressive presentation to visiting dignitaries, and tourists
who come to share our Independence Celebrations will most certainly want one of these
medals as a souvenir of a most memorable event. Jewellers will arrange to mount your
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ELRIHS Y STREET THEATRE


Now showing thru Monday,
"SOUNDER" matinees at 2:30 and
4:50, evening 9:00.
Starts Tuesday, "THF
POSEIDON ADVENTURE"
matinees at 2:30 and 5:00, evening
9:00. Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion is
advised.
An all time most exciting sea
drama produced in the classic style
which made Hollywood the film
capital of the world,"The Poseidon
Adventure" Is In the tradition of
"Around the World in 80 Days,"
"The High and The Mighty,"
"Executive Suitse," "Airport" and
other great motion pictures of the
"Grand Hotel" genre.
Producer Allen, an Academy
Award winner himself, assembled a
distinguished cast including five
other Oscar honorees: Gene
Hac!kmak Ernt Borgnine, Red


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Buttons, Shelly Winters and Jack
Albertson.
Other talents include ('arol
Lynley, Roddy McDowall. Stella
Stevens, Pamela Sue Martin. Arthur
O'Connell, Eric Shea and Leslie
Nielsen. There are IS Academy
Awards distributed among the cast
of the movie "The Poseidon
Adventure."
Ronald Neame, famed for his
sensitive portrayals of human
relationships "The Prime of Miss
Jean Brodle", "Tunes of Glory"
and others, directed this
imaginative sea adventure story
wh ose essence is
action.
He has carefully identified his
main characters and then submitted
them to fantastic perils.
The movie is based on Paul
Galieo's best selling novel of the


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same name, the story tells of the
final voyage of an ocean liner of the
Queen Mary class enroute to a
ship-breaker's yard in Greece.
Her greedy new owners refuse to
take time to ballast her properly
and, when she is struck on her
beam by a huge wave created by a
submarine earthquake, she capsizes.
The burden of the story becomes
the struggle of 10 survivors to fight
their way up through the inverted
ship to possible rescue through her
hull.
Some of the early portions of
"THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE"
were shot aboard the Queen Mary,
now permanently docked at Long
Beach, California the first feature
film ever to be made aboard her.
However, the bulk of the film,
the capsized part, was
photographed at 20th Century-Fox
studio on some of the most
extraordinary sets Hollywood has
ever seen.
The most spectacular perhaps
was the inverted engine room, a
mass of ruptured pipes, shattered
generators and turbines, rdfilled with
steam and lit by burning oil.
AH this made "THE POSEIDON
ADVENTURE" an extremely
physical film for the stars. With
their Academy Awards and other
honours they might be expected to
project the more subtle nuances of
their art which they did but
they also climbed high into the
wreckage; swam under water; were
wet most of the time and smeared
with oil.
They did these things themselves
without resorting to doubles,
perhaps inspired by director Neame
who believes that good acting is as
important to action as it is to a love
scene.
Screenplay for this Ronald
Neame film was written by Stirling
Silliphant, Oscar winner for "In the
Heat of The Night" and Wendell
Mayes.


WHT' O


Now showing through Monday,
"FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH"
plus "THE FIVE MAN ARMY"
matinee continuous from 1.15,
evening 8.30. No passes will be
accepted
Although considered a 'western'
drama by some, "THE FIVE MAN
ARMY" is really a 'Southern' for
Its story is set in Mexico in 1914,
during a peon uprising against its
dictator Gen. Huerta.
Its screenplay recounts the
daring diversion of a $500,000 gold
shipment from a heavily armed
train by a quintet of loners, banded
together at first through greed, then
inspired by nobler motives and
sympathy for the revolutionaries.
To keep American, European
and Asian box offices happy, a
quintet of international stars was
lined up.
From the U.S., top TV
personalities Peter Graves of
"Mission Impossible" and James
Daly of "Foreign Intrigue" and
"Medical Centre" From Italy
popular juvenile Nino Castelnuovo,
"The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" and
Bud Soencer, an ex-Olympic
swimming champ. From Japan its
no. 2 TV-film star, Tetsuro Tamba.
With its accent on action and the
mixed motives of its heroes,
because of its carefully.
authenticated detail of setting and
costume and because of its
big-name, big-budget filming in
Metrocolour and widescreen, "THE
FIVE MAN ARMY" looms as a
mighty entry in the Italian western
genre.


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Now thru Tuesday Sunday thru Tuesday -
Matinee starts at 2:15 Sunday continuous from 4:45
Evening 9:00 Monday continuous from 3:00
"DANGER ROUTE" PG. "PANCHO VILLA" PG.
Richard Johnson Telly Savalas
Carol Lyntey Clint Walker I


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Stephanie Powers
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Saturday night thru Tuesday.
"DANGER ROUTE," plus
"MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE"
Sunday thru Tuesday matinee
continuous from 2:15, evening
9.00. Plus late feature Tuesday
night.
Richard Johnson takes to the
screen as a karate expert hired by
Government to do the job of
eliminating from the scene -- and
the earth such potential enemies
of his country who cannot
otherwise be neutralized and in this
he has been eminently successful as
he makes the lead in DANGER
ROUTE."
An espionage drama, the film is
in colour and released through
United Artists, a TransAmerica
Corporation.
It stars Carol Lynley, Barbara
Bouchet, Sylvia Sims and Diana
Dors along with Harry Andrews,
Gordon Jackson, Maurice I)enham
and Sam Wanamaker.
Johnson acts the part of secret
agent Jonas Wilde and in his
death-making position, he finds
that he wants to quit after making a
lot of money at the trade.
What Johnson also realizes is that
he has also made a lot of enemies
who would like to eliminate him
just as he had eliminated their
friends.
One of these is beautiful
Joycelynn, portrayed by Carol
Lynley, who is in the employ of a
government )ut to kill him.
His first intention after leaving
his job, is not to go into retirement
but to get married and live in
London but he is forced to
eliminate Joycelynn his girlfriend
after he discovers that she is
employed by a government out to
eliminate him.
It ends up that this was just what
his government had intended for


him to do. Now they have got
something on him. He can't quit -
yes, Jonas continues in his odd
profession.
Wednesday thru Friday,
"HALLS OF ANGER" plus "TWO
PEOPLE" matinee continuous from
2:00, evening 9:00. Plus later
feature Iriday night. No one under
17 will be admitted.
A long hard look at the current
high school scene where white and
black students are in daily
confrontations which have led to
school closing across the United
States provide thle central theme of
the Mirisch Production Company
presentation "HALL OF ANGER"
starring the sensational
Bahamas-born Calvin Lockhart.
Lockhart who attracted
international attention in his
performance in the recent
"Joanna" plays the role of a black
teacher in an all-white school in Los
Angeles.
Since its locale is Los Angeles, a
city where white-black
confrontations have not yet been
rare, some that city's schools were
chosen for the action of the new
film.
Co-starred with Lockhart In
"HALLS OF ANGER" is the lovely
Janet MacLachlan who plays the
role of a discouraged teacher in the
school. Fans of TV's "I Spy" series
will recall her as the love interest of
Bob Crosby. Her "HALLS OF
ANGER" role is her first major
appearance on the screen although
she will soon be in three others, one
from the famed Jules Dassin.
Co-starring are handsome James
Watson Jr., as a militant student
leader. The supporting cast include
Jeff Bridges and Bob
Reiner.


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CLASSIFIED SECTION 1


REAL ESTATE |


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.


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

C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
a I rconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10188
FOR SALE
A large attractive corner lot
Mount Royal Avenue, size 98 x
110. Ideal for commercial
purposes with substantial three
unit apartment building which
could be adapted for offices
and other purposes. Price low
for quick sale. Call 23921.
C10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape. Airconditioned
throughout. Unusual
opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C10217
SPACIOUS EXECUTIVE
HOME
For gracious living and
entertaining on 150 foot
waterfront Lot, this the buy
of the year for the person who
wants something just a little
ilcer.

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.
C10090o
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,
airconditioned.
LITTLE BLAIR Duplex. 2 2
bedroom, kitchen, living and
dining room. All rented
BLAIR 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
living room, dining room,
office, double carport. Wall to
wall carpet, laundry room,
alrcondltioned. Patio, den.
bIGH VISTA 2 bedrooms 2
bath, living and dining room.
Family room, den, large patio.
Wall to wall carpeting.
Furnished.

MT SHIRLEY STREET 2
2 bedroom apartments. Living
and dining room, kitchen, near
Montagu Beach.
OMAM HOUSE on
Waterfront Call for
Information.,
4 UNIT APARTMENT 2
bdrooms, living and dining
room, bath. Completely
furnished.


2 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
- Cente ille 30x100 has 3
yer lease. $860 per month.


CtM!lPOIRAL PROPERTY
Norsk "2000

dt.t N0m0 apartment
.oTS Coral Harbour.,

S TA Bet buy


REAL ESTATE


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


C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitabkl
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear.
large spacious building in front
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C 10093
JOHNSON TERRACE 2
bedroom 1 bath home extra
bedroom or study, fully
'urnished including
airconditioning, T.V. and
washer. $25,000.00. Call
51884.

FMORENT
C 10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.
C 10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or.
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10 16
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.

C 10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C 10206
Completely furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8112.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.

C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C 10236
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment -- Centreville. Call
3-4128
C10022
A IR C 0 N D I TI 0 NEL
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10248
STORE SPACE, East Street
South, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon Phone 3-5350.
C 10244
INTERESTED in leasing home
on waterfront Eastern Road.
Possible purchase. Call Mrs.
Saunders between 8 a.m. 4
p.m. at 24001.
C10267
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment Cooper's Terrace -
fenced in yard. Monthly or
weekly payment. Phone
32688.
C10276
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house, Bamboo Town. Phone
34694.
C10169
3 BED 1 BATH home in Blair
$375 per month. Available
20th June.
3 BED 2 BATH HOME -
Montagu Heights $300 per
month. Available July 10th.
2 BED I 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.
C10265


2 BEDROOM I BATH town
house Second Terrace. $285
per month.
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS In town $150
- $250 per month.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH well
furnished home High Vista.
$550 per month.
1 and 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS In town,
Village Road and Westward
Villas. From $160 to $285 per
month.


I For all your rental Inquiries
contact: McPherson & Brown.
taloha"e 2.2680 to 3.


FOR RENT CARS FOR SALE


C 10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTION
1970 MGB GT
Hard top, std. $145(
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA


C 10249
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350
C10291
BLAIR ESTATES
1, 2 bedroom 1 bath
apartment, furnished. Phone
(day) 22580 (night) 32589).

C10282
Two 2-BEDROOM unfurnished
apartments overlooking East
Street off McCotlough Corner
east. Phnne 5-1569.
C10288
LITTLE ORCHARD
COTTAGES and apartments to
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned -
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Village. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.

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

CARS FOR SALE
C10208
FORD CORTINA ESTATE
1969, excellent condition, one
owner, expatriate leaving
island, MUST SELL THIS
WEEK! Reduced to only
$1,200. Tel. 36189 and 21901.
C10232
One XJ6 4.2 litre, air
conditioned, radio, A-1
condition. Phone 2-8079.
C10281
1970 MORRIS 1300
Automatic Mint condition.
$1500. Call 74031.
C 10279
RELIABLE 1967 Fiat 850 -
new tyres. $500. Tel. 55260.
after 4 p.m.
C 10224
FIAT 124 Sedan, 1970, gear
shift. Phone 31518.
C10235


PROVIDENCE

LEASAnG

UNITse
Collins Avenue


"WILLYS JEEPSTER" with
307 Chev engine, cam and
headers, Corvette 4 speed, 4:11
rear. Mag wheels, big skins.
Interior: rolled, white,
Naugahyde, stereo tape.
$2,000.00 Freeport, 352-5730.

C 10294
1972 C.S. 124 Stationwagon,
38,000 miles. Phone 3-2149
after 6 p.m.


C10284
1967 CHRYSLER 4 doors,
auto. factory air and heater,
radio $1,200.00.
Comet, 20 inch 3-speed fan -
$20.00
Brother Console Cabinet,
Zigzag sewing machine $300.
Water Skis, new $30.
Massage Vibrator $80.
Hoover Vacuum Cleaner -
$15.00
2 coffee tables -$15.00
2 drawers metal file cabinet -
$25.00
Phone 7-7885.
C10251
DOUBLE BED, two chests of
drawers, bedside table. $100
the lot. Phone 31355.
C10221
Small Couch -$90.00
Coffee Table $35.00
Misc. Lamps $5.00 up
Phone 5-4380
MOTOR BIKE
C10181
72 Suzuki 250 cc. Phone
24635 ask for Larry 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. $550.00.


C10246
DRYGOOD BUSINESS
SALE. Phone 28197


C10043
MEMLLMI I


FOR


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
1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto white $950
1970 FIAT
850 white $495
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. blue $1850
1968 FORD FAIRLANE
4 dr. auto, brown$450
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU
blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr. auto, blue $1695
1968 PONTIAC
STRATO-CHIEF
Yellow $1400
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1969 FORD MUSTANG
A/C $1950
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr, 2000 std., green $2950
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr., std,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 400
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST
green $1200
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed,
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8
C 10222
1972 TOYOTA 1000,
Excellent Condition Available
1st July, Call 42050 after 6:00
p.m.
C10250
1964 BUICK SPECIAL. Very
reliable $350. O.N.O. Phone
31355.
C10230
1970 MORRIS 1000. Excellent
condition. 15,000 miles. One
owner $1,100 O.N.O. Phone
5-3353.


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EUROPEAN CARS


JAPANESE CARS


AUTOMATIC
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STANDARD SHIFTS

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SOME SUITABLE
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BAIUNS AROUM


THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
BARGAIN -- 1972 For efficient friendly
CHEVY 6-ton FLAT iadvioe on Worldwide
DUMP VEHICLE esntlntions by AirliCneor
r *v.n ,, mj Steamships. Contact
LOCATED OPPOSITE MUNDYTOURS at 24512.
LAUNDERETTE ON
GIBBS CORNER DON'T a )
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COME EARLY. | Amwi PA NN


FN MULE !RIME SUIPPLES


C10283
42' MATTHEWS 325 H.P.
Chryslers Flybridge, full
electronics double cab.
Shower In beautiful
condition 1963 registered
Bahamas. 665-5403, Miami -
6822 Mindello Coral Gables,
Fla.

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


C10140
WE BUY Soldier Crabs in large
quantities. For details write:
CANCER RESEARCH, 217
47th St. N. W, BRADENTON,
FLORIDA, 33505.
C10263
GOOD USED washing
machine. Call 3-1284.

ENTERTAINMENT I
C9922
BRIDGE PLAYERS
Duplicate Games every
WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
at 8:00 p.m.sharp.
All local and visiting players.
are welcome.


C 10220
QUEEN size foam rubber 6"
mattress covered in cotton and
turquoise sailcloth. Can be seen
at Nixon's Upholstery. Bernard
Road. Telephone 4-1298.
C 10273
8 PIECE TRADITIONAL
bedroom suite. Including twin
beds $450. Complete excellent
condition. Phone 7-7508.
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 pieces. Call 41062
between 4-7 p.m.
C10286
ONE 8-speed blender
4 slice toaster
1 hair dryer
1 heating lamp
2 handmade wool rugs.
1 electric coffee maker.
Call 4-2706.
C 10277
ELECTRIC CLOTHES Dryer
$85.00. Easy parts recently
replaced. Phone 31318.
C 10285
C-CRAFT 12' rubber boat with
3 HP Evinrude $300.00
1970 Austin Morris Mini -
$1000.00
1970 Harley Davidson 150 c.c.
-$100.00
Phone 7-7885.
C10275
OWNER LEAVING 2 Girl's
bicycles, AM-FM Shortwave
Radio, Household Articles
priced for quick sale. Call
74031.


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.

W-E FuWS s
C10256
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS-CRAFT
CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES
19 foot Aqua-wet fibreglass
runabout with 200 h.p.
Interceptor fresh water cooled
in/out board, just overhauled.
Asking $1800.00 O.N.O.
19 foot Piranha cabin cruiser
of 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, "0" 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 NIS"8
Telephone 24692
C10233
One F23-Trojan priced to
sell. Phone 28079.
C10107
31 FOOT Chris Craft Sedan..
Sleeps six, excellent condition.
Phone 54011 Mon. to Fri.
C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht,.
Phone 3-2371.
C10200
GOOMBAY SPECIAL
16ft. Glastron Ski Boat with
SQ 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.).
C 10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
58311.
C 10266
15 FOOT BOAT and trailer, 40
h.p. Evinrude. Priced to sell.
Phone 3274


Master Points awarded.
Card Fee $1.50 per person.
If you need a partner, Phone
3-1737 or 7-7722 evenings.
BAHAMAS CONTRACT
BRIDGE CLUB.

SANOUNCEUENTS I
C10271
INDEPENDENCE CLEAN-UP
OFFER: Roberts used Car Lot,
phone 42981, will remove
abandoned vehicles from
private properties at a greatly
reduced rate. Offer good until
July 10. Contact Percival
Roberts, phone 42981 7 a.m.
to 7 p.m. daily for prompt
courteous service.

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



C10187
SPECIAL NOTICE
Now is the time to buy at Bill's
Real Estate where any
purchaser receiving a
pro-Independence bonus gift
value at $40.00. For
information call 23921.
C10186
SPECIAL NOTICE
BILL'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
offers lots 70 x 100 In a new
subdivision with all utilities.
Available at $75,00-' down and
$80.00 per month. ENJOY
BEACH RIGHTS AND
PRIVATE LAKE. Call 23921.

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

NELP ITED li

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.


C10201
AIR CONDITIONING AND
APPLIANCE TECHNICIAN -
Ability to design and erect air
conditioning systems. Maintain
and repair airconditioning
systems, maintain and repair
refrigeration systems, maintain
and repair Laundroriat
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.




For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-1893, Phone:.
2:4511.



APPIEDYEDCARGOi AGENTS'


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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 chlldcare
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live In &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or chlldcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live
in.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service training on a conractual
basis. Must be willing to live In.
Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply In writing
for an Interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N-1413,
Nassau.
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 some 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 wiln be paid.


Please reply in writing with full
background details to P. O.
M imi 1 1 7-


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.)


CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 23795, 2.3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


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C10258
LAND SURVEYOR required
by the Nassau Engineering Co.
Ltd., Suitable qualification
desirable but person with good
experience and recommenda-
tion only considered. The work
entails spending about half
time In the family Islands
where all living expenses are
paid. Generous salary, free
medical scheme, and
permanent staff position to
conscientious person.
Telephone 22557 for
appointment.
C10274
ONE WOODCARVER for
workshop 10 years
experience. Telephone 3-4545
- W. H. Toote jr.
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.
C10198
EXPANDING BAHAMIAN
INSURANCE BROKERS
require ambitious young man
as Trainee Manager. General
insurance experience useful but
not essential. The applicant
should be prepared to study
for London Chartered
Insurance Institute diploma
and should have already ob-
tained '0' Level G.C.E. in at
least four subjects.
Applicants should apply in
own handwriting stating age,
experience and educational
qualifications to Adv. C10198,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.


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C10270
WANTED: Director of Sales
and Marketing for 375-room
hotel. Applicant must possess a
minimum of 3 years experience
In this field. For appointment
contact Executive Secretary,
phone 78001, Hyatt Emerald
Beach.
C10268
QUALIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS needed to teach at
Kingsway Academy for
September, 1973. If Interested,
call 42158.
C10287
MANAGING EDITOR
Looking for first-class,
polished, editor who can run
department with supervision.
ETIENNE DUPUCH JR.
PUBLICATIONS. Telephone
3-5666.
C10289
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
AND TYPIST Ability to
keep accounts through Balance
Sheet for a large organization.
At least 5 years experience
required. Skill in typing. Must
be Bahamian. Salary
commensurate with
experience. Please apply In
writing with two references to:
Personnel Department,
Catholic Chancery, Diocese of
Nassau, P. 0. Box N8187,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C7405
JOB TITLE- (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education. Gooo
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: Personne
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
FrEeport, Grand Bahama.

TRANE SIEVI S
C9925
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
"For service you can rely on"
Dowdeswell Street.
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618
P. O. Box N327, Nassau
Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30
C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.

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.

FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
Q9SCAR FENCEr
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.

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

C10045
Phlfodr'eCentseM


Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES


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EAL ESTATE

ONE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment, 6th floor
overlooking ocean and canal,
docking facilities, has tenant.
352-5730.
C6027
FREEPORT
Beautiful family home, 4
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2
Bahama Rooms, sauna bath,
fully furnished. Full Price
$39,000, minimum down
$12,000. Available
Immediately. 373-1977.


SLP WANTED
C7467
JOB TITLE: SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "0" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT),
GENERAL 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
Sdevelop 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
dJgree preferred, should have
trv in rg.W a #dpr-expe lince in
community organization,
administration, delivery of
social services, leadership
recruitment and development.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Apply in writing to Executive
Director, Grand Bahama,
YMCA, P. 0. Box F-253,
Freeport, G.B.I.


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 Bahamia 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. 0.
Box F-456, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C6013
1-LABOURER required for
garbage collection. Apply to:
Sanitation Services, P. 0. Box
F-557, Freeport.
t6008
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:
flust 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,
873-1333.


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, ana
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
maintenance of pumps and
-motors and low voltage control
systems. Must prepare plans
and specification and contract
d o c u m e n t s for
mon-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 INbPECTOR --
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 design and engineering
specification for company
facilities. Requires reading,
understanding plans ani
coordination with architects
and engineers to ensure proper
design.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Gidlad Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666, or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


HELP UNITED
C6010
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.
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.
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.


C6003
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
Ideal candidate should have
experience at the SENIOR
level in supervising anod
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
(FREEPORT) LTD., P. 0. Box
F-681, Freeport.
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. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport. Telephone 373-3020.


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.
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.


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I HELP WANTED
C 10290
JOB TITLE -- Senior Branch
Operation Officer. Applicant
must have full High School
Education G.C.E. 'O'
level in 5 subjects with 5 to
7 years experience in
International Banking.
Bahamians only need to apply,
interested persons should apply
in writing to Canadian Imperial
Bank of Commerce, P. 0. Bow
F2556, Freeport.

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.

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 Automotive
Specialties, Ltd., Freeport.


HELP WANTED
C6024
CABINET MAKER/TRIM
CARPENTER basic
education, 5-8 years
experience, stable person with
references and past history in
field. Tools of Trade essential
and own transportation.
Apply in writing to: G & 0
Construction Co., Ltd., P. 0.
Box F-2477, Freeport.

C6026
GARBAGE COLLECTOR
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.
PLEASE SEE OR WRITE TO:
ERNEST PINDER, WEST
END, GRAND BAHAMA.
C10197
BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F2404, Freeport
requires confidential Executive
Secretary able to type at 50
w.p.m. and take shorthand at
80-100 w.p.m. Applicants must
have at least 3 years
commercial experience.
Bahamian only telephone
352-8391.
C6015
HEAD GARDENER must be
able to supervise and designate
workload, knowledge of
tropical plants 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 COOK 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.


C6009
STEEL HULL Boat 65' x 18',
twin GM 471, 3' draught.
$25,000 Cash. See Eddie
McBride, Fishing Hole, Phone
352-6827.


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

C6004
ONE CHEF GARDE/
MANGER, 5 years experience.
Apply: Jim White, Freeport
373-3033, Ocean One
Restaurant.

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11. Skips
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17. However
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23. Card gaine
26. Mortar beater
21. Bushy clump
30. Musical theme
32. Parson bird
33. French pastry
34. Star roles
35. DOirtilonal
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master: 30 seconds. ohem aer:
2 minutes. chess .pet; 4
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novice.
No. 906.

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OARR OLl RIGHTERWS




N GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until early in the
afternoon this is an adverse time and you
could get into much trouble if you try to force matters or
take risks. However, the afternoon and evening find a new
awareness of what can be done to improve your position in
almost any department of your life, so take such action
then.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning influences can be
quite confusing, but if you relax all works out to your
benefit by p.m. Evening will then be just fine for social
activities. Show your artistry.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Rather unfavorable
influences are all around you during day, but take in your
stride and by evening all will change. Erjoy the
companionship of mate then. Lend a helping hand to needy
persons.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Argument could start with
friends during day, so avoid, but evening is then just the
opposite and social activities most pleasurable. Some aim
should be thought out well in a.m. Then go after it with a
vengeance.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Morning is not
good for starting projects, but after lunch all works out well
and continues throughout evening. Don't argue with a
higher-up early; then you can get the support you want.
Stop being so unyielding.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have new ideas and
projects in your mind early, but need to wait until afternoon
before putting any of them in action. Do some careful
studying of detail, etc. Steer clear of one who has a bone to
pick with you.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Instead of arguing about
bills, study them with care and you know just how to
handle matters in a peaceful and wise manner. Attachment is
Aot in a good mood during day. Keep cool and by evening
all changes.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) After lunch is best for
talking over certain matters with associates, otherwise there
could be arguments if attempted earlier. Civic work is best
done on another day. Don't waste your time with a bore in
p.m.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Cooperate with
co-workers, accomplish much, and you are rid of
nervousness. Restore energies tonight. Light reading is good.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Evening best for
amusements since daytime finds you doing important work.
Don't neglect this, or you will regret it. Set up appointments
early.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't try to
straighten out matters at home in a.m., but wait until after
lunch when it can be done wisely and intelligently. Show
you are devoted to kin. Control temper at all costs.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Early evening is best
time to put new systems to the test so you improve routines
greatly in the future. Your mind is working very rapidly and
you can reorganize your ideas to make them more workable.
Avoid one who bickers.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Those monetary problems
are best handled in the evening since the morning is apt to
be quite confusing; your thinking is muddled. Get property
improved. Add to its value and beauty as well.


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DEAR ABBY: I am jealous of my husband's secretary.
It's not her fault, and it's so ironic because I was once in
the same situation she's in. I'll explain.
Before I married, a church youth director started en-
joying my company. He was trying to help me with some
of my problems. Before I knew it, he was getting serious.
He was married and had children. I don't think I conscious-
ly led him on, but I must have contributed to it or he never
would have gotten serious.
I thought things were getting out of hand, so I told him
I couldn't see him any more His wife was extremely jealous,
and altho words were never exchanged between us, I felt
so guilty. I left the church. He kept calling me, but I never
saw him again.
Now, four years later, my husband's secretary has
problems, and he says he is trying to help her solve them
in a Christian way. However, he's not very convincing to
me, and now I'm the jealous wife. He pulled strings to get
her promoted with him. He even explains HER needs to
me, without realizing that I have needs, too. I need to feel
that he is all mine.
How can I get over this intense jealousy so I can feel
like a wife again? JEALOUS
DEAR JEALOUS: You won't get over your intense
jealousy until you are convinced you have nothing about
which to be jealous. That kind of reassurance can come
only from your husband. How do you figure it's not his
secretary's fault that you are jealous of her? She has no
business crying on your husband's shoulder. And he has no
business letting her. Furthermore, why Is he telling you
about her "needs"?
You were wise to have told the church youth director
to get lost before things got out of hand. And it took character
to keep him at arm's length. His wife sensed something
was wrong, just as you do. Tell your husband to knock off


The Tribune Comics


Husband's counseling


is way out of line
the counselig bit. And tell Mm why.

DEAR ABBY: Without commenting on the legal, moral,
or social aspect of the situation, hee are the facts:
My son and his girl friend, who are living together,
have announced that they are going to have a baby. They
are very happy about it. The girl's friends have "show-
ered" her with gifts. As far as I know, the prospective
parents have no plans to marry in the immediate future.
My question: How may I announce the birth of my first
grandchild-an event I am looking forward to with great
anticipation? Is there a way I can show my love and accept-
ance of this child-just as I love and accept my son, without
seeming too inconsiderate of others who may have a strong
opposition to such a situation? NO JUDGE
DEAR NO: Don't make an official announcement. Your
obvious love and acceptance of the child will speak for itself.
The "others" who oppose such a situatioA must surely realize
that you awe not responsible for your smO's actions.

DEAR ABBY: I hope you won't think I am off my rocker
when you read this, but I need an answer. I am a woman,
over 40, self-supporting, and never married, and I live alone.
I'm active in my church and have some nice friends, mostly
church people. I never really wanted boy friends and am
happy with my life, except for some strong moods I get into
once in a while.
Sometimes I wish someone would turn me over their
knee and give me a good hard spanking. I have tried spank-
ing myself with a wooden spoon but it wasn't very effective.
A leather strap would be better.
Don't get me wrong. I'm no nut. I just occasionally feel
the need of a good sound spanking on my bare bottom with
a leather strap, but if I were to ask someone to do this they
would think I am off my rocker. Can you help me? No name,
please. This is a small town. WANTS TO BE SPANKED
DEAR WANTS: I don't think yon are "off your rocker,"
but I do think you should talk to your doctor about your need
to be punished. It's not as unusual as you think, and if it's
a problem to you, you can be helped by learning more
about it.


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Saturday. June 23, 1973,


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Roy Bethel will add to Big t's



chances of a double championship

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
OUT THERE IN FRONT by three and a half big games and with eleven more left to play,
defending playoff champions Big Q Market (formerly Marie Kelly) have fair winds in their favour
S they sail towards what could be a double 1973 championship.


Big Q play their third of
four games with last piace
Heastie Lumber tonight at
7:00 o'clock at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre, Del
Jane Saints take on Bahamas
Blenders in the second game at
9:30.
Having three more outings
with Paradise Island, two with
Jet Set, two with Heastie
Lumber and one with each of
the remaining teams could very
well seal the pennant for the
league leading Marketeers.
Jet Set and Becks, who are
both tied in second spot, had
their game of decision called
off last night. A brief squall
that morning left the short
stop/second base area quite
unplayable.
"Things are looking good,"
said Big Q's player/manager Ed
Moxey. "You see how they are
beating up on each other
now." Hie was referring to the
Jet Set and Becks' battle for
second place. Both Becks and
Jet Set have a battle going on
and on Sunday Becks play Del
Jane, Jet Set has Schlitz on
Monday and Big Q on
Wednesday.
"I don't think anybody is
going to catch us up," said
Moxey. "All we have to do is
play. 500 ball. The other teams
can't afford to lose."
WIN STREAK
Big Q in the opening game
of the Bahamas Baseball
Association's 1973 series was
taught a 9-1 lesson by
defending pennant winners Del
Jane Saints (formerly
Kentucky Saints) and from
that they went on a grand 15
game winning streak -
probably a record in the B.B.A.
During this time, Del Jane took
a dive and Becks and Jet Set
made their presence felt.
From then on it was a
struggle for Del Jane to keep
among the top four for a
playoffs chance. Schlitz,
Bahamas Blenders and Paradise
Island were also viewing for that
fourth spot. Heastie Lumber
found the competition stifling








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First baseman Roy Rodgers.
. out with Injured shoulder.


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Roy Bethel ... an asset to
Big Q during last year's
playoffs... Will be back.

and a 5-3 win over the Blenders
was the farthest they got.
Big Q also found themselves
in a slump and following their
first loss in 15 to Becks Bees
dropped from a five game lead
to three. They soon picked up
again and with more hitting
power once more defy any
challenge for first place.
"We just start hitting," said
Moxey, a former major leaguer.
"The last two games proved
it." In their game against Becks
they came up with ten hits
although they fell 13-5. "It's
just that we were not putting
our hits together," he said. "It
was like two hits and the third
out."
HITTING POWER
Looking into the playoffs,
Moxey believes it takes hitting
power to win a short series like
that. "The team that hits the
best will win," he said. Coming
against the offensive power of
Becks Bees with league leading
batter Anthony Huyler, Sonny
Haven, Willie Knowles and
Roosevelt Turner, "I think our
batting is more productive than
theirs," pondered the veteran
manager. "This was
particularly so at the beginning
of the series. I don't see why
we can't do it in the playoffs"
Highlighting Big Q's quest
for double championship will
be the return of A.A.A. hurler
Roy Bethel who is expected
back on July 8. "That's added
strength," smiled Moxey. "He
is as good a hitter as he is a
pitcher."
Bethel, who won four
playoff games for Big Q last
year, presently pitches A.A.A.
for a Mexican baseball club to
whom he is on loan from the
Houston Astros. For the games
he played with Big Q last
season, he batted near. 500. At
first, Bethel played on the
outfield but with such a strong
arm he was taught the mound
duties. Since then he has been
doing very good. Actually,
Bethel is pretty versatile and


can be used effectively in all
positions.
In spite of all this, Big Q tas
a big disappointment. Their ace
first baseman Roy Rodgers
might be out for the rest of the
season recuperating from a
dislocated shoulder. Roy will
be greatly missed especially for
his defence. "I don't seec
anybody that can play first
base better than Roy,"
commented Moxey. "Roy
definitely can play first base in
the big league right now.
"IF Roy can go in the league
and hit. 250 he can spend 10
years in the big leagues," said
Moxey, a former major leaguer
himself. "If he had to play first
base for a living he will be
living easy." Of Rodgers'
ability to catch, Moxey said:
"If you throw the ball in a
range where he can get a glove
on it, he'll catch it. "Rodgers
has proven this many times by
turning what might have been
throwing errors into
spectacular outs.
To fill the vacancy, Moxey
moved Roy's brother Adrian
from the mound to first.
Without affecting the pitching
lineup, "it has added hitting
power to the team right now",
said Moxey with Adrian now
playing regularly he is hitting
over 400," said Moxey. To fill
Adrian's vacancy, Dencil Major
was moved back into the
pitching rotation. The pitching
staff now consists of Godfrey
Johnson, Andre Rodgers and
Major.
GOOD ROOKIES
Big Q this year contains two
rookies Adlai Moss and John
Martin. Moss in an excellent
performance is making a
definite bid for the coveted
rookie of the year award. "You
can see that he has a good idea
of what he is doing," observed
Moxey. "This all comes with
playing with a team that
constantly reminds you of
your mistakes," Controlling
second base, Moss has
improved with both bat and
glove. "Other than Roy
Rodgers he is the best fielding
infielder in the league," Moxey
pointed out. Martin, a backup
first baseman, is not too
polished with the bat.
However, with improvement in
his batting he can probably
handle first base next season
while Roy gives help on the
outfield, explained Moxey.
And yet, among other things
there are surprises. One of the
things Moxey is surprised at in
his club is that he is leading the
club in rbi's and stolen bases.
"I am surprised," he admitted
looking at Higgs, Moss and
Randy Rodgers. Moxey has a
total of 20 rbi's, 16 stolen
bases and 24 walks. Moss has
16 rbi's, six walks and seven
stolen bases. "Would you
believe that, as good as that kid
can run," said Moxey observing
the stars.
Higgs has 12 rbi's one walk
and eight stolen bases. "I can
see his problem," said Moxey.
In 77 times at bat, he struck
out 22 times." Higgs however
is still hitting .286. "I guess he
is like Bobby Bonds," said
Moxey. "Most of the times
when Bonds is out he is struck
out. When he hits the ball it
goes."
BASEBALL STANDINGS
W L GB.
Big Q Market 25 7 -
Becks Bees 21 10 3%
Jet Set 22 11 3%
Del Jane 18 14 7
Schlitz Beer 17 15 8
Paradise 14 17 11
Blenders 11 23 15
Heastie I 32 2A


ANDY KNOWLES
..to defend his tla

CENTRAL GARAGE

GOLF TOURNEY
THE BAHAMAS Amateur Golf
Club tournament sponsored by
Central Garage will be held
tomorrow morning at the Sonesta
Beach Golf Course with the first
group of golfers teeing off at 8:30.
Golfers who have not officially
entered and want to compete may
register at 8:30 a.m.
The following is a list of the
players and their tee off times:
FIRST TEE
8:30 W. Hudson, H. Munnings,
S. L. Key, P. L Adderley.
8:40 C. A. Smith, B.
McFadden, D. Cartwright, W. J.
Wennick.
8:50 E. GIbson, P. Tirelli, F.
Roberti; I. James.
9:00 B. Cooper, C. Cooper, R.
A. McSweeney, T. Hepburn.
9:10 C. Bernardino, C.
Rogerson, S. Sawyer, P. Matsas.
0:20 N. Coerbell, R. Cooper,
V. Ring, W. Smith.
9:30 N. Rolle Jr., R. Higp, F.
Adderley, T. Sands.
9:40 E. Gibson Jr., R. Godet,
A. Ifill, S. Gibson.
9:50 S. Quant, E. Leach, H.
Lloyd, P. Martens.
10:00 J. Wakeman, C. Miller,
M. Zanetta, P. G. Hall.
10:o10 J. Gibson, F. Adams, V.
Symonette, K. Rahming.
10:20 P. Pinder, H. Cleare, J.
Thompson, P. Hall.
TENTH TEE
8:30 Z. Stubbs, A. J. Johnson,
T. Blum, L. Jenkinson.
8:40 J. Duncombe, C.
Flowers, C. Saunders M. Hamilton.
8:50 B. Godet, W. N. Wisdom,
J. Harris, A. Tufl.
9:00 L Sweeting, C. Gardiner, B.
G. Sands, S. McKenzie.
9:10 N. Wisdom, C. E. Albury,
H. Johnson, B. Bonaparte.
9:20 E. Lockhart, E. Dean, S.
Bennett, L Bethel
9:30 B. Chea, L. Bostwick, J.
Albury, D. Linnett.
9:40 J. Butler, M. Stubbs, H.
Stewart, R. Adderley
9:S0 C. Marcier, M. Panaylotis,
W. Timmins, M. Ellzarde.
10:0O0 E. Edwards, A.
Thompson, G. Smith, E. Dorsett.
10:10 A. Johnson, W. Beach,
N. Alonzo, R. C. Emanul.
10:20 W. A. C. Smith, L.
Parker, C. Poitier, T. Jacobs.;

WEEKEND GAMES
VOLLEYBALL
DEFENDING League Ladies
champs Coca Cola Jets go after
their sixth win against two losses
when they take on the Ministry of
Education in tonight's volleyball
opener 7 o'clock at C.L Gibson
gym.
Undefeated Islanders league
leading Wardrobe Stars eek to
maintain their winning streak when
they take on Heinekins Gladiators
(2-4 record) in the second game.
Another fine performance by
fowards Winsome Davidson,
Margaret Albury, Wendy Jackman
and team captain Barbara Knowles
contributing accurate '.ips and
sets might easily give Paradise Bees
their 8-0 record when they take on
their sister team Paradise Birds to
take the nightcap.
Coke Jets is highly favoured to
win over the Ministry, but
nevertheless the Ministry could very
well show their great competitive
spirit. The Ministry's team, playing
far better than in previous games,
can possibly extend the Jets to five
sets.
The Wardrobe Stars which
consists of some of the National
squad key players would give the
determined Heineken rookies a
chance to witness what the squad is
really like. The Gladiators being far
younger and less experienced show
great promise and are expected to
put everything into tonight's game.
SOFTBALL
ST. MICHAEL'S Dodgers, who
were squeezed out of a win against
Paradise Island when their pitcher
gave up a walk with bases loaded,
vie to silence the Blazers when they
meet in the third game tomorrow
afternoon 2 o'clock at the Southern
Recreation Grounds in New
Providence Softball Association
action.
In other games tomorrow,
Customs meet Golden Glades in the
fit game at 10 a.m. Heineken
Stars go for their first win of the
season against the Centrevtie
Sisters at 12 noon, and St. Bernrds
play Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
in the final game at 4 9'clock.


Andy Knowles to seek



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swim win on july 7

EIGiTEEN-YEAR-OLD MARATHON SWIMMING CHAMP
Andy Knowles fiesh from setting a new record in the Bahamas
Nationals 1500 metres freestyle will be eying his fourth
consecutive marathon win when he heads 76 competitors in the
Kiewank Club of Fort Montagu's two and a half mies race on
July 7.
Knowles has won the Carey, Jeffery Waugh, Stepehn
Marathon easily for the past Lowe, Alfredo Burrows,
three years and presently holds Jeffery Martinborough,
the record in 36 minutes and Timothy Martinborough, Bruce
32 seconds. He set that record Knowles, Clinton Sayers,
last year. Robert Butler, Cepeda Moss,
Also entering this year's Chris Eldon, Guy Morgan,
competition are Jeffery Clive Morgan, Phillip Darville,
Martinborough, last year's Andrew Jones, Dexwin Higgs
junior boys champ, Peggy and John Vanderschoot.
Pritchard-Johnson, last year's LADIES DIVISION Jane
ladies champ and Bernard McCorquadale, Gerarda
Butler of Freeport, a former Sawyer, Clare Toogood,
men's champ. Rosemary Lowe, Debbie Sayer,
Held in conjunction with the Camille Adderley, Deninez
Independence Regatta, the race Moss, Tammy Cole, Dawn
starts at 10 o'clock at the Cole, Charlotte Knowles,
Prince George Dock and travels Cheryl Eldon, Peggy
east along the harbour, under Pritchard-Johnson, Sheila
the Paradise Island Bridge Delahey.
ending at the Montagu Dock. MEN'S DIVISION Andy
The main course will be Knowles, Jorge Maurieio,
marked with red drums. All Wilfred Bastian, John Lindley,
marshal boats should keep the Michael Knowles, Gary
final 100 feet of the race clear. Knowles, Stepehn Eldon, Peter
Due to the regatta which Higgs, lan Fair, Frank Hoy,
follows the marathon in John Taylor, Anthony Taylor,
Montagu Bay, all swimmers Andrew Pennerman, Bradley
will have to cease competition Allen, Leon Reckley, Andrew
just after 11 o'clock. Barr, Jimmy Pearce, Gerald
Swimmers still in the water Colebrook, Bernard Butler,
when the time has expired will Edward Brown, Michael
be taken out of the water. Toogood, Godfrey Brown,
Nevertheless they will be taken Mark Plakaris, Michael Moss,
to have completed the race. Charles Moss Jr., John
The Competition will be Adderley, Rudolph Lindsay,
divided into three divisions, the Berkley Smith, Victor
junior boys for those 16 years Johnson, Kenneth Minns,
and under, the men for those Eugene Mackay, George Dean,
16 and over and the ladies Benjamin Brice, Charles Cooke,
division which will be open. Jay Albury, John Thompson,
Trophy presentation will be Jim Pritchard, Paul Ambrister,
made that night during the Andrew Kemp, Thomas
Regatta presentation when Mackey, Chris Eldon, Phillip
nine major trophies will be Dorsett and John Crawley Jr.
presented to the first three
finishers in each division. All
those who finished the race or
had to be tkaen from the water
will also receive an award.
COMPETITORS
The following is a list of
competitors for the marathon:
16 YEARS AND UNDER -
Greg Geiselman, Mark Sumner,
Donald Martinborough, Mario


NEW ZEALAND

35 FR15 AT TEA
NEW ZEALAND SKIPPER Bev
Congdon scored a careful 175 at
Lords today to lead his side to a
commanding lead over England on
the third day of the second test
match.
At the tea interval New Zealand
were 356 for 5 103 runs ahead of
England. Burgess was 64 not out
and Pollard 3 not out.
The big breakthrough for
England came with the score at 330
when Congdon, looking tired, tried
to cut Old but nicked the banll to
wicketkeeper Knott. Congdon's
175 took eight hours, 35 minutes
and included 12 fours.
Yesterday the tourists had
finished the day only 53 runs
behind England's first innings score
of 253 with seven wickets still to
fall
Heroes of the day were Congdon,
who scored his second century in a
row against England and Brian
Hsstings, unluckily out Ibw to
John Snow five minutes before the
close of play.
The pair had salvaged what could
have been disaster when the tourists
were 10 for 2, but in 4% hours
batting put on 190 runs a record
for the third wicket in
England-New Zealand tests.

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NOTICE


The Racing Commission requests that ALL
horse owners that have stallions they are using, or
have used, for siring purposes to present their stud
books and all other related information, name of
mare etc., to the Commission office before July
14th.
All such stallions must be registered with the
Commission office immediately, any foal that is
the get of an unregistered stallion may not be
recognized for racing registration.
ALL foals that dropped in 1972 and to date in
1973 must also be registered immediately with the
Commission office. Failure to do so may result in
such foal not being eligible for racing registration.
ALL such stallion owners must also register the
location where such covers took place along with
the names and addresses of witnesses.
As is already known, the Commission is
permitting the importation of thoroughbred mares
for racing registration. All such importers are
reminded that the horses concerned must be
transferred into their name through the Jockey
Club, New York, or the ruling registration body of
the country from which they are imported,
BEFORE they are shipped to the Bahamas.Failure
to do this will result in the horses not being
registered for racing.
It should also be noted that the importation of
all horses is subject to the rules and regulations set
out by the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries.
The co-operation of all those involved will be
greatly appreciated, not only by the Commission ,
but by all parties concerned with the breeding of
horses to race in the Bahamas.

Sgnd. B. W. SNOW.
Executive Secretary.


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NASTASE WINS,
GOOLAGONG LOSES
LONDON tAP) Ie Nsestme*
playing brant tennis between
spell of caree snes and clownins,
wriggled out of a tight corner
Friday to reach the final of tit
London grass court championships
at Queen's Club.
The Romanian, newly named as
top eed in the revised draw fur
next week's Wimbledon, overcame
Alex Metreve of Russia 3-6, 9-7,
7-s.
Nastase's opponent In the flad
was. RoeTaylor of Britain, who
hit his way pat Owen Davidson of
Australa7-5, 6-3 in a battle of two
left-handers.
In the final Nastase beat Taylor
9-8, 6-3 to'win the men's title.
Olga Morozova, Russian tennis
star, upset Evonne Goolagong 6-2,
6-3 Saturday to win the women's
title in the London hard court
championship at Queen's Club.
She was the first Russian player
ever to win a singles title in this
tournament, which is traditionally
the last warm-up event before
Wimbledon.
Miss Goolagong, the 1971
Wimbledon champion, was well
below her best form. Mis
Morozova served well throughout
and did not drop a single service
game. She volleyed her way to two
service breaks in the first set and
one in the second.
FEZLER LEADS
AMERICAN CLASSIC
AKRON, OHIO (AP) Forrest
Fezler, victim of a heartbreaking
loss earlier this season, fashioned a
five-under-par 65 and swept into
sole control of the second-round
lead Friday in the 160,000-dollar
American Golf Classic.
The stubby, 23-year-old Fezler
didn't have a bogey in the first 36
holes as he put together a
two-round total of 132, eight under
par on the 7,180-yard Firestone
Country Club course, one of the
longest and most demanding
layouts the touring pros play all
year.
Fezler, who lost to Lee Trevino
in the nationally televised final
round of the Jackie Gleason Classic
earlier this season, owned a
four-stroke lead over defending
champion Bert Yancey.
Yancey, who blazed over the
final nine holes with a stunning
seven-under-par 28, also had a 65
and a 136 total for two rounds.
Newly crowned U.S. Open
champion Johnny Miller, tied with
Fezler at the end of the first day's
play, matched par 70 on the long,
lush layout and was tied at 137
with Australian Bruce Crampton.
Crampton, a three-time winner
already this year, had a second
round of 67.


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