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WATKINS SLAMS

SPLP & FNNM,

1 INDEPENDENCE
MARSH HARBOUR
representative Errington
Watkins predicted today that
when the Bahamain people
wOker n *#0 'Iy after
independence tt h-s..iould be
"weeping and walling and
gnashing of teeth.
"I want to be around when
the people turn on this
government when they realize
they have been takeA for a
ride," he shouted in theI'5use.
SThe government, he
declared, wanted independence
to "cover up their dirt."
Addressing members on the
adj mnt motion, the
member turned his full wrath
o. both government and the
position on the issue of
ed Deputy Prime
MIhisterArthur Hanna for his
immigration policy, Health
Minister Loftus Roker for his
statements about the health
standards of the hotels, and
Grants Town representative
Franklyn Wilson for his
references to Boone's Farm
wine as embalming fluid.
DON'T KNOW
# "The Opposition," he
declared, "could never have
dreamed up what this
government did to damage the
image of this country. It would
appear that members of the
government don't knqw when
tostop."
w As for the Opposition of
which he was once a member,
Mr. Watkins said he was sure
everyone in the country knew
who the traitors were and who
betrayed them. "Forty percent
of" the voters know," he
dslammed.
"If this is a democratic
society we will be seeing the
end of it on July 10. There will
be weeping and wailing, and
where there are no teeth the
gnashing of gums."
"We will sink or swim
together, but when a ship is
sinking the first to leave are the
rats."
Mr. Watkins said he had
noticed that "in any
community when you see the
Chinaman disappear watch out.
They have a knack for
smelling disaster." He couldn't
see- the Bahamas ready for
independence for the next 25
years.
The Opposition was like "a
ship in a hurricane without a
rudder." The government had
kept faith with its supporters
and carried out their promise
of independence.
Referring to his fight to
keep Abaco British, Mr.
Watkins said "we have fought
and failed and are now going
along with the programme. I
fe4 that although we see dark
days ahead and we feel the
country will suffer as a result
of-Independence and will be
Like Haiti in the next two
yarts, we will suffer together
o'..aucceed together."
dMeanwhile he assured
members that "we in Abaco
wit do nothing to disrupt your
izeipendence celebrations, but
we ?will not take part in it.




DINETTE SETS

Ny ISU O-
ASSAU PRKEPORT


By NICKI KELLY
WHEN MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE ROSE TODAY,
continuous years of its sitting as a colonial Parliament.



Isaacs, former FNM


leader, strongly



deies 'traitor' charge


By NICKI KELLY
F tl OPPOSITION LEADER KeAM IIsaacs claimed in
tih B today that fri bemi' "traitors" on The
iull-ile question, the Free ils Movement had acted
.qiety became it was the FNM t had pressed for an
ele4tli tmttle the issue.
Mr. Isaacs was stung to polidw0 of the government, we
comment by expelled FNM will act in what we consider
representative Errington the best interests of the
Watkins, 'who claimed the country.
party had broi6n faith with its "If wall, government and
sup~'Wse whenVt agreed to Oppoaitlea, dedicated
accept independence aftet hls ourselves ,to- 0s, then
general election, independence will be a success
Mr. Watkins, who fought an ... it must be a succet."
international campaign to keep Noting that this was the last
Abaco British, used the motion occasion the House would sit
for adjournment t lambast "in a colonial era," Mr. Isaacs
both the government's policies said he felt the record would
and the FNM, whom he show that the Opposition had
described as "traitors" to 40 acted responsibly and in the
per cent of the voters, best interests of the country.
A resolution by Mr. Watkins "As we move into
seeking an independence independence, more and more
referendum for Abaco split the responsibility will be placed on
FNM apart two weeks ago. the government, the
Four of the party's eight Opposition and the
representatives in the House, backbenchers. A lot more
including Mr. Isaacs, voted the responsibility will be placed
referendum down. The on the government because it
Opposition Leader has a very large majority which
subsequently resigned that may tend to make them feel
post. that their will should be done."
"I have been personally Members should be
accused of being a traitor to reminded however that the
the 40 per cent because I and people of the Bahamas were
my colleagues saw fit to accept sovereign and that there were
the will of the majority," Mr. minority groups who also had


Isaacs declared.
ELECTION
He wanted, however, to
remind members of a
statement made to the House
on May 15, 1972 by former
Opposition Leader Cecil
Wallace Whitfield, and by
himself in the Senate, that the
country could only proceed to
independence on the basis of
an election.
(This was incorporated in an
FNM communication to the
Legislature on the
government's Green Paper).
"We were the ones who
pressed the government to call
an election to settle the issue,"
Mr. Isaacs contended.
He had been able, he said, to
get an overwhelming majority
of the FNM Council to abide
by the promise the party had
made on the floor of the House
and the Senate.
"I feel the record must be
set straight," Mr. Isaacs
declared. If there are traitors it
is not myself and my
colleagues.
"I am proud to be a member
of this Chamber today and
shall be proud to be a member
whenever we meet again after
July 10. I feel that the people
of the Bahamas have spoken.
This is our country and the
affairs of this country should
be settled in this place and
another place (the Senate).
'oWe are human beings," he
continued. "We will have our
differences, but it is to be
hoped thay will be ironed out
on the floor of this legislature
and not in some foreign
capital.
BEST INTERESTS
"Although the government
may criticize us and we them,
we pledge ourselves as the
Opposition, that at all times.
'though we disagree with the


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rights.
Mr. Isaacs supported the
comments of Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna who
earlier had congratulated the
Opposition for "the manner in
which they have conducted
themselves in an attempt for all
of us to build an independent
Bahamas."

FOOD AND CLOTHING
PUSH UP THE COST
OF LIVING
A 1.04 percent increase in
the cost of living in March
pushed the COL up to 6.9
percent over the base period of
November-December, 1971,
the Department of Statistics
has revealed.
The 1.04 percent increase in
March contrasted with the
relatively small increases of
0.66 percent and 0.67 percent
recorded for January and
February.
Heaviest contributor to the
March increase was the increase
in the cost of clothing and
footwear, 2.88 percent.
Breadbasket food items,
which showed a 1.9 percent
drop in January from the
December level and then
registered a 1.34 percent
increase in February, moved
1.32 percent higher in March.
Recreation and reading
showed a 1.67 percent increase
in March over February, while
housing went up 0.86 percent
and transport rose 0.67
percent.
The, cost of health and
personal care remained stable
in March at a point 8.2 percent
over the base period.
Other goods and services
covered by the retail price
index crept up 0.19 percent in
March.


it marked the end of 243

Although theoretically
scheduled to meet on July 9,
the House is expected to be
prorogued next week.
Today's meeting did not,
however, end on a particularly
lofty note, despite efforts by
Speaker Arlington Butler to
keep members in line,
particularly those on the
government side.
The tenor of the debate was
sparked off by the comments
of Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna, who, on the
motion for adjournment,
praised the Official Opposition
for its contributions, but
damned Marsh Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins for "plotting against
his own country."
Mr. Hanna was followed by
Health Minister Loftus Roker,
who took the occasion as an
opportunity to hit out at
Chamber of Gommerce
president Holland Smith for
remarks made by him at a
Chamber of Commerce
banquet in May.
Next came Mr. Watkins who
blasted both government and
Opposition, and PLP
representative Sinclair Outten
(St. Barnabas) who levelled a
counter-blast at Mr. Watkins.
Then there was Mr.
Michael Lightbourn
(FNM-Clarence Town); Mr.
Cyril Fountain (FNM-Long
Island); Mr. George Mackey
(PLP-St. Michaels) and Mr.
Franklyn Wilson (PLP-Grants
Town).
As one member after the
other strayed off, Mr. Butler
was finally forced to comment
what a pity it was "and how
disappointing that we should
have reached this level in our
last days as a colonial power."
When members finally ran
down shortly after 12 noon,
the Speaker suggested that on
their return after independence
they not act "as if we have
been colonized and the
country decolonized."
He also advised members "to
erodicate selfishness" in the
interests of the country.
Mr. Butler expressed pride
that he was the one to bring to
a close the "243 continuous
years of colonial parliament"
in the Bahamas, and said he
hoped, that as the Adsembly
moved into a sovereign
parliament, it would continue
to uphold the principles
established.


A 15-year-old Ridgeland
Park youth, accused of the
June 8 cutlass attack on
widow, Mrs. Paula Styles, 35,
was remanded to the
Sandilands Rehabilitation
Centre for observation when he
appeared before the juvenile
panel this morning,
The youth was formally
charged with the attempted
murder of Mrs. Styles, a
Ridgeland Park resident who
was cut in the head several
times as she slept with her
15-year-old daughter in their
bedroom.
He is to appear in court
again on July 18 when doctors
at the Fox Hill mental clinic
are expected to submit a report
on his condition.
Police have salt brought
separate charges of burglary
against the youth. The charges
accuse him of burglarizing the
home of another female
Ridgeland Park resident, Mrs.
Louise Williams.,


Speaker bemoans level






of debate as Parliament






ends 243 colonial years


PM receives keys to his $42,000



Rolls-Royce from PLP, but



lie doesn't even get in it!
By SIDNEY DORSETT
"I DO NOT THINK MYSELF WORTHY of inch an expensive and magnificent gift," Prime
Minister Lynden 0. Pfdling said on Tuesday evening after being presented the keys to a new 1973
Robs Royce Silver Shadow saloon automobile in ceremonies held at Central Garnge, Oakes Field.


He said that the $42,000
Seychelles blue saloon, which
was bought for him as a gift
from his Progressive Liberal
Party "was a symbol of 'the
stuff' of which the party is
made." And, he said, he hoped
it would continue to be
symbolic of it.
Prime Minister was
repeatedly reminded by party
chairman Mr. Andrew ("Dud")
Maynard that the car was
bought solely for him and
would remain his when he left
office. Therefore, "we want
you to use this car and do not
park it in the garage," he said
before the keys were given to
the Prime Minister by veteran
P.L.P. member Mrs. Mary
Baker.
Presented to Prime Minister
Pindling in the presence of
almost 500 persons, who
gathered inside the Oakes Field
Central Garage showroom, the
car is also equipped with a
police radio and a separate
radio telephone.
EXTRAS
It was purchased at a cost of
$42,152.94 and had the
communications equipment -
police radio installed after its
arrival here on June 13.
It was not removed from the
Central Garage show-room, but
spent the night. there. Two


chauffeurs, members of the
police force underwent a short
period of training with a Rolls
Royce technician from New
Jersey some weeks ago.
The car Seychelles blue
with black vinyl top and red
hide upholstery was custom
built in England.
Present for yesterday's
presentation were several Rolls
Royce owners who drove their
cars to the function and parked
them outside the show-room,
giving the appearance of a
Rolls Royce gathering.
Mr. Donald Gloss, Dr. J.L.S.
Steele-Perkins, Cmdr.
Whitehead, Charles ("Charlie
Charlie") Lehman, J. M.
Templeton and Leslie Watson
who had his car parked
inside the show-room were
present.
Other guests included
banker Norman Le Blanc and
members of the Senate and
Parliament. Also present as
representatives of the car's
manufacturers were Mr. Peter
A. B. Bancroft, Caribbean zone
manager and Mr. Gustavo
Velasquez, an engineer.
The presentation took place
on Mrs. Pindling's birthday.
Entering the car at the request
of photographers, Mrs.
Pindling said she thought the
red hide upholstery was


"beautiful."
The Prime Minister,
however, declined to have his
photograph taken seated inside
the new car and walked to the
western section of the
showroom after posing with
party chairman Mr. Maynard at
the front of the Rolls Royce.
And he didn't inspect the
interior either as he pocketed
his keys.
PERSONAL PROPERTY
The car is to remain the
personal property of the
Pindlings, Mr. Maynard said
Speaking at the ceremony, he
told listeners that his warning
to motorists would be not to
hit the Prime Minister's ca
"cause we gonna fight."
He said he also wanted i
known that if anyone had been
fostering ideas of becoming
prime minister with hopes o
using the vehicle, they should
forget it as the car belongs t
Mr. Pindling personally.
The car number 539 ha
been licensed in Mr. Pindling
name according to the licenc
certificate attached to ii
windshield.
A cocktail party, given b
Central Garage and th
manufacturers of the car
followed the presentation.
Central Garage managing
director, Mr. Aaron "Kiki
Knowles, said in his vote o
thanks that he was gratefi
that the party had seen fit 1
purchase one of his companies
products. He wished the Prim
Minister "many happy years o
motoring."


put limit on attendance
THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE for the independence youth
rally decided in an emergency meeting late Tuesday to limit the
66 schools participating to 50 students each, informed sources
said today.
The meeting followed a 500. Many schools have over
rehearsal Tuesday morning for 500 students, and several have
the rally slated for the morning enrolments of over a thousand.
of July 10 at Clifford Park. For some reason, the sources
The confusion which marked said, the committee laid plans
the rehearsal was not the on the assumption that there
result, as earlier reported, of would be only 50 students
30,000 students converging on from each of the schools
the park. totalling 3,300.
However, the organising But well over 4,000 turned
committee did, during the out for the rehearsal yesterday.
rehearsal, have to contend with Three bleachers, with seating
hundreds of students they had capacities of about 1,250 each
not anticipated. were allocated to the school
Reliable sources said children. Matters were
originally the 66 participating complicated further by the fact
schools were told they would that one of the bleachers was
each be represented at the rally incomplete and could not be
by 10 percent of their student used for safety reasons.
bodies, or by 50 students if A fourth bleacher is to be
their enrollment was below occupied by representatives of
the numerous youth groups.


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THE CORAL Harbour Golf
Committee, unable to raist
$5,000 to buy essentim
equipment, has "reluctantly"
decided to shut down the
18-hole course as of June 30, a
press release said today.
The closure will leave only
one of the 2,000-acre Coral
Harbour complex's facilities in
operation.
The Coral Harbour
operation went into
court-ordered receivership in
November 1970, after the
proposed sale of the complex
to a New York firm for $18.3
million fell through.
Receiver Ron Strange kept
the complex going for a while,
but had to shut it down in
July, 1971.
In October the same year
the golf committee obtained
permission from the receiver to
operate the golf course, and
"since that time the committee
has run the club on funds
generated from member and
tourist activity along with
many popular tournaments and
steak dinners.
"However the club now
requires large capital outlays
for equipment to cope with the
growing season," the press
release said.
GRASS GROWS
Committee secretary D. N.
Radford explained that at this
time of year the course's grass
grows very quickly, and a
variety of equipment is needed
to keep the growth down. The
equipment would cost about
$5,000.
"Repoated requests for such
funds to the receiver and
various facets of the UMrist
industry have provedmfitless,"
according to the lease.
The lack of capital,
"combined with the low yield
summer season with regard to
support from members and
tourists has brought about the
decision to close."
Mr. Radford told The
Tribune that if the $S,000
were available, the committee
could re-open the course
"immediately."


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Without the capital or
equipment however, "as far as
the committee is concerned
there is virtually no prospect of
re-opening."
The committee's press
release placed on record its
gratitude to "diehard
supporters and to the
Bahamian staff who worked so
hard in keeping the club
functional."
The closure comes at a time
when golf is growing in
popularity among Bahamians
and residents.
CLOSED LATER
The complex's receiver, Mr.
Strange, re-opened the Coral
Harbour Hotel in January,
1972, but had to close it down
again five months later.
In December last year
advertising in the Wall Street
Journal offered the property at
a sacrifice price of under $5
million.
The complex, owned by
Hemisphere Hotels,
Incorporated, consists of the
Coral Harbour Hotel, a second
hotel, which was halted in the
advanced stages of
construction, the Ocean Beach
Colony Club a marina, the golf
course and a residential
development.
Of the two hotels, the club,
the marina and the golf course,
only apartments in the Colony
Club remain operational after
June 30.


2 maskedl mno rob & sheut

resident of Prospect lidge

TWO MASKED men armed victim's wallet before taking
with a revolver entered a off. Mr. Klainiuti was treated
Prospect Ridge home early this for his l*srles" at the Princess
morning demanded $1,000 Margaret Hospital and
from the occupant, and then discharged.
beat the man and shot him
through the leg when he said
he did not have that amount of
money.
Police said the bandits, who
made good their getaway,
entered the home of Mr. Oian
Klainiuti at about 1:15 am
through an unlocked door.
The robbers took $140
dollars in cash from their


VOL. XwI No. 180 WMinesday, June 7,1973.

HOUs :,OF ASSEMBLY TO BE PROROGUED

NEXT WEEK, BUT MEMBERS LET FLY 9' iHA


KEY PRESENTATION -
Prime Minister Lyndon
Pindling thanks Mrs. Mary
Baker of the PLP Gambier
branch after receiving the
keys to his new $42,000
Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow.
Standing behind Mr. Pindling
Is Mr. Andrew "Dud"
Maynard, chairman of the
PLP. Mrs. Baker Is to the
Prime Minister's right.
ADMIRES NEW AUTO -
Mrs. Marguerite Pindling,
seating herself beside her
daughter Monique in the gift
car last night declared that the
red hide upholstery "is
beautiful." The Rolls-Royce
Silver Shadow saloon was
presented to the Prime Minister
at the Central Garage
showroom.
PHOTO: Andrew Toogood


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WATERGATE TESTIMONY IMPLICATES THE PRESIDENT


SENATE BAS R ALL NSG PfR BMLARY ACTIVITY
WASHINGTON (AP) The iande. fnal Cmae lDionad approval
la today "a bfll n fu orU.6 bombing of
Cambodia. A top Tower of Texasaay he,
think sPr iden: N n W saIN Te PreMdent has teon day. after
receiving the bin to veto Is, er sdp teo geIM *
The Senate approved tlhe mase to tev The measwe ban all
spending for UJL tary a ys f tIWa 9r Leas ad Cambodla.
COLSON MAINTAINS AT DN U LYING
WASHINGTON (A)- o d P coaual John Dean told
Seatbe invatilptosnlay that he ht "a the trult concerning alleged
Whi House Ii*n e lm Inst Watee wiretapping and tsmipted
cover-up, and Deam testifld that he deed to talk to federal proascutors
after he was unmeeeg In s efrt ualer this yea to convince Pesident
Nixon to explain dlb 1 K, Nt1osa% vollWsnt.
Dean denied he agreed to appeal before the committee In hope or
being granted Iammnty forn prosecution
The White Helse fr ar hasrefused to comment on Dean' testimony,
but former apedl Home nasal Chailes Colon maintains Dean is
lying. ( SEE STORES THIS PAGE)
SENATE AIROVS THAT KELLEY HEADS FBI
WASHINGTON (A) Kaos City police chief Clarence M. Kelley won
the unanioue approval of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tueasday to
head th Feder al of Inveemtl on.
Sen. Jamtu 0. EaIad, -h, the committee chairman, e'd he
expect Selle confirmation Wedneaday of Klley's nomination.
"In my. Judgment, everyone rjalz6d he s an outstanding law
enforcement ofter and wil make a fine FBI Director," Eatland told
newsmen after the commIttee's closed session.
Kelley, 61, served with the FBI for 21 year before returning to his
home town in 1961 to become a chief of police.
Hi nofmialotn to be FBI Director, submitted by President Nixon on
June 4, dtw bipartie an support.
ARNETT NOMINATED TO HEAD OEO
WASHINGTON (AF) Pieident Nixon named a new director to the
embattled Office of Economic Opportunity today in the midst of a federal
court fight over his efforts to phase it out.
Nixon sent the Senate the nomination of Alvin J. Arnett of Maryland as
diaetoe after a federal Judge demanded that the government named
asomens to disburse funds already committed for the antipoverty agency.
Amrnett has been executive director of the Appalachian Regional
Commieion.
Earier, the Judge, U.S. district court judge William B. Jones had ruled
at acting OEO director Howard J. Phillips was serving illegally because
Nixon had never submitted his nomination as full-time director for Senate
onas has refund a government request to delay implementation of his
order removing Phillips, and the court of appeals upheld his refusal.
O3O b due to expire at midnight Saturday unless Congress appropriates
money for It by then. Nixon did not include any money for OEO in his
budget for fiscal 1974 which starts Monday.
Earlier, Jones ruled the President couldn't shut down. OEO without
congeasional approval and barred Phillips from actions aimed at shutting it
DAYAN MARRIES MIDDLE-AGED DIVORCEE
TEL AVIV (AP) Defense Minister Moshe Dayan was secretly married
Tisday to Mo loas-time companion, Rachel Korem, 18 months after he
divorced his first wife, friends of Dayan reported.
Dayan married a middle aged divorcee, mother of two daughters whose
p was not Immediately known.
Daya, 7, has been seen often with Mrs. Korem since he divorced his
ftit wife Ruth.
The wedding was conducted in strict privacy by the chief military
chaplain, Brig. Gen. Mordechal Piron, at the Rabbi's home.
VIOLENCE IN ANTIGUA POLICE AID FATALLY SHOT
ST. JOHNS, ANTIGUA (AP) Police were moved In today to control
angry crowds that demonstrated in the streets, of Sauteurs, about 20 miles
north of St. Johns.
The move came after the fatal shooting Monday of police aid Lester
Richardson by a regular policeman during a shoot-out involving supporters
of the two main political factions and the police, according to authorities.
There have been clashes since June 4, the day declared a public holiday
to mark the British government's decision to grant full Independence to
Grenada.
According to eyewitness reports, police intervened in a gun battle
between a gang from M. Rich, and another from Sauteurs.
Richardson reportedly was actually arrested, but the crowd, in an
attempt to free him, attacked the arresting officer.
4 blhds e v the n ihot In the lower abdomen from point blank range.
S The death baies to three tip number of fatal shootings by regular police
offers within the last two months, according to authorities.
USIA DENIES ACTION AN ATTEMPT AT CENSORSHIP
LONDON (AP) The British Broadcasting Corp., refused U.S.
Information Agency facilitiess in Washington to transmit a live programme
on the Watergate affair, said Tuesday alternative arrangements have now
been -ode.
lThe-proramnme will go out as scheduled via satellite,' a BBC spokesman
sa"d 4We will be usin a studio provided by station WTTG in Washington.'
The spiokemim declined to comment on the refusal of the USIA to
proved studio faltties for the BBC.
The programme it a phone-in during which BBC television viewers can
o Senator Dmlel K. Inouye (Democrat.Hawall) a member of the
serat Wtergate committee.
The phone-in wasplanned as part of the NBC's 'midweek' current affaris
programme which has devoted wide coverage to Watergate.
The USIA denied its block on the BBC was an attempt at censorship.
CHINA EXPLODES SMALL NUCLEAR DEVICE
3OMBAY (A') China exploded a smal nuclear device Wednesday in
the atmosphere over Sinkiang Province, Indianm scientists reported.
A spokesman for the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre near Bombay said
*e explosion, estimated at one to two million tons of TNT, occurred in
the Lop Nor region of Silkiong.
Tb spokesman said dthe mirobarogrmph netwok of the Indian
Department of Atomic Energy picked up indication of the test at about
9121 aa. Indlan time, or 2355 EST Tuaeay.
PWMIDOU ADROITLY SKIRS NUCLEAR ISSUE
PARIS (AP) Soviet leader Leeild LBeshnev has suggested to
P1aemdet Georges Pompidou that Franeo's independent nuclear policy le
lO M-esea y untenable in a world moving toward control of armies and
Thlt aemed t be a point made in a toeat Tusday night by Bfsahnov,
Wio to holdla talks with Pompidou en route home from his summit
naling with President Nixon. A second round of Soviet-French
dissMsel weaseheduled today before Bres nev leaves for Moscow.
kd-evn sid In the toast that the agreement he concluded with Nixon
m headiorf the risks of nuclear war dimlainelmd this threat for all
M tea T was Interpreted by French observers a a call to Pompidou
to jata the end by moderating the French refusal to join in any nuclear
In eplylig to Bremshnev's toast, Pompidou avoided the issue entirely. He
i caly that he w gratified by the Soviet Union's continuing interest in
ekege sleias with France.
Po-adu appently refused to soften the French refusl to participate
is eth dcu ons on force reduction Europe or strategjc arms

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PAPERS CARRY

ACCUSATIONS
LONDON (AP) Britain's
nationally-circulated morning
newspapers Tuesday headlined
former White House counsel
John Dean's first day of
evidence to the Senate
Watergate committee.
The Daily Express bannered
on page one: "Dean's damning
charge how Nixon lied."
The paper's Washington
correspondent Ross Mark
wrote that Dean's testimony
had forced President Nixon "to
the edge of the precipice."
The Times also led with the
Senate investigation and said
Dean "first lit a slow fuse"
under Nixon then let loose "a
searing blast" by accusing the
President of offering executive
clemency to Watergate
conspirator Howard Hunt.
None of the papers
published editorial comment
on Dean's evidence and most
emphasized different aspects of
the testimony.
The Daily Telegraph topped
its story with the headline: "I
hope Nixon is forgiven, says
Dean."
The Guardian in a front page
report said: "Dean tells of
Nixon's "casual" attitude.'
The Guardian in a front page
report said: "Dean tells of
Nixon's 'casual' attitude."
The story made only the
inside pages of Fleet Street's
three morning tabloids, The
Sun, The Daily Mail and The
Daily Mirror.
IN FRANCE
In France almost all Paris
morning newspapers carried
front page headlines on the
Dean testimony but withheld
editorial comment.
The L'Aurore headline was
"Star witness John Dean
accuses Nixon but treats him
with consideration."
La Nation: "No new
revelations."
Combat: "Watergate: John
Dean implicates Nixon."
Figaro: "John Dean
implicates Nixon ... he admits,
however, that the head of the
White House will be pardoned
when the facts are made
public."
Only moderate attention
was given to Monday's hearing
in the Belgian press.
Most headlines used the
Dean quote "President Nixon
knew but I hope he will be
forgiven." There were no
comments or editorials.
The story was lightly played
in Spain.
A headline in the Catholic
newspaper Ya said: "Dean
accuses Nixon harshly."
Politika, the influential
Belgrade daily', headlined:
"John Dean: Nixon was
involved in Watergage affair,"
subheadline: "Former White
House counselor believes U.S.
President did not realize the"
significance of the affair."
There was no press comment
in Norway, but the Dean
testimony was played.
Typical headlines in
Denmark were "Nixon directly
accused" (Politiken) or "Dean:
Nixon implicated" (Berlingske
Tidende).


were forced out of the white
House . why didn't you
resign, call a press conference,
and tell the entire truth about
the matter .. .7"
Dean said he was advised
March 28 by a criminal lawyer
that "I know you want to get
the truth out (but) he said you
don't have to run in a machine
gun to do it. You have a
constitution, you can protect
your rights." I have tried to
follow his counsel and
simultaneously get the truth
out."
The White House so far has
refused comment on Dean's
testimony. But former
presidential counselor Charles
W. Colson also accused by
Dean has said the young lawyer
is lying.
Sen. Herman Talmadge,
(D-Ga.) asked Dean why he
didn't go to the President last
year with what he knew.Dean
replied:
"I wasn't presumptuous
enough to try. My reporting
channel was Mr. Haldeman and
Mr. Ehrlichman and I was
reporotag to thO all knew."


Nixon was aware of coverup


for 9 months & didn't tell


nation the truth, says Dean

WASHINGTON (AP) John W. Dean III testlfd Tuesday that Priedi t Nixo has know
about the Waetet covemp oheme for e month and did not tell the tth thbisi sp a
disavowing amy involvement in the scandal.
The charges were the most if they wanted to fire me on H. R. Haldeman was Nixon'
serious yet in the former White the basis of the Involvement I chief of staff and Ebdicahma
House counsel's two full days had, fine. If we could re-elect was the President's toq
of testimony before the Senate the President, fine. John Dean domestic aide until thel
Watergate Committee and a certainly would not stand in resignations April 30, the day
nationwide television audience. the way of that. People were Dean was fired.
"The truth will out some removed from the White House Both Monday and Tuesday
day," Dean said as he neared for far less." Dean professed no first-ham
12 hours at the witness table. Q. What you are saying is knowledge that Nixon knew i
He will continue testifying that you had no concern for advance of the Watergat
today. your own welfare, but you just operation or of the cover-uj
Dean testified Tuesday he wanted to stay on to help-out effort that began with th
decided to unmask the others,? apprehension of the burglar
Watergate scandal after failing A. Well . I found myself He said the concern in thi
to persuade President Nixon to helping out others I was in White House always was no
step forward and state his the process before I began that there was a break-in, bu
involvement." thinking about (the cover-up). that the burglars had beel
The evicted Presidential WHY DIDN'T TELL caught. The cover-up, he
lawyer, challenged strongly by Thompson asked Dean why added, "became an instant wa]
a Senate Watergate committee he didn't tell federal of life ... and I participated i
member about his word against prosecutors when he first met it."
the President's said: with them in early April about Dean testified that Gordor
"I have been asked to come the President's involvement. Strachan, Haldeman's aide
up and tell the truth. I've told Dean said Attorney-client knew what was going on at the
t the best way I know how. problems, executive privilege Committee for the re-election
You've asked me a pubicand national security matters of the President in connection
relations question about by still needed to be resolved and: with Watergate and "my
credibility. I'm telling the truth "I frankly was hopeful that opinion is that he would report
as I know it." at some point when the everything he knew in some
The questioning reflected President returned (from a form to Mt. Haldeman."
the sharp divisions that California trip) I would have a And, Dean said, he acted 01
preceded Dean's first chance to go in and tell the instructions from Haldeman
appearance before the President, "This is the way I and Ehrlichman and other
committee Monday when he saw it, this is what I have administration officials.
spent six hours reading a done," and ask him, based on Asked whether Haldemar
novel-length statement that that, expect him to come would have reported the
accused Nixon of deep forward and explain his wiretapping and cover-up to
involvement in the Watergate involvement the way I thought the President, Dean said it wai
cover-up. he would." his opinion that:
"I hope I am not appearing "I had given him what I "I believe he probably
to be badgering you in any thought was the most dramatic would have reported it."
way, but I am sure you way I could, what the situation He also said, as he did
understand your actions and was. Nothing happened as a Monday, that he had told
motivations are very relevant," result of that," Dean replied. Nixon about cover-up actions
said Fred Thompson, counsel He said when Nixos as early as Sept. 15, 1972, and
to the Republican members of returned "there was a very that he finally told the
the committee. changed attitude about me at President March 21 thai
"If I were still at the White that point in time" and said it Haldeman, Ehrlichman and
House," said Dean, "I would was clear from the attitudes of Dean himself could be
probably be feeding yo6 the White House people "that indicted.
questions to ask the rson wa ew ce and Chief counsel Samuel Dast
who is sitting here!" there was a now concern and I
who s si TALKStinghad become the concern." asked Dean: "Whatever doubt
SECRET LDean's testimony was in the you may have had prior tc
Dean's th c tt s same monotone as when he Sept. 15 About the President'
-aswh tvt read his statement Monday. involvement I n' lIe tover-up
members leaked quickly 'to There was no expression of did you have any doubts
news media in an effort to remorseyoursf about hisafter Sept
destroy his credibility in yourself about his after Sept
advance. There were He admitted his attorneys 15?"
counr-leaks to shoe r up his sought and continue to seek "No, I did not," replied
statements in advance, various types of immunity Dean.
Thompson recounted a from prosecution for him, but Dash, questioned by a
Thompson recounted a said if he had not received television interviewer during
seradmitted he acted to conwere Dean immunity for his Senate recess, declined to say whether
admitted he acted to conceal testimony, he probably would Dean's testimony seems to him
White House involvement in be talking; with prosecutors. to be truthful.
the Watergate break-in at NOT CORRECT He said the American public
Democratic Party headquarters Thompson brought up that in effect, must act as a jury ir
June 17 last year. "the obvious question is the case and decide whether to
He asked whether Dean had whether or not you went to believe Dean or those whi
not decided at some point that the prosecutors, gave them might contradict hi
he wns involved and might as what you thought might be accusations against Nixon and
well participate in a cover-up, enough to get immunity; his former aides.
"If it had been merely John having failed there, came to The committee has some o
Dean, we would have had far this committee and offered a' the major witnesses still tc
fewer problems," Dean said, little more to get immunity for come. They include Haldeman
"Because I would have been t comEhrlichman and former Atty
willing to step forward as I di Dean said b'pjb "I believe Gen. John N. Mitchell.
with (John D.) Ehrlichman. that is not conest." .-_
"I told him exactly what my that is not nt." Your
involvement was when I Said Thompson: "Your
involvement was when I was statement is replete with
first asked by him what it was.
Th stakesd by him where too high was. references about your desire to
T takes were too high uncover the cover-up and your
regarding any personal feelings dre to tell the truth In all
that I had regarding myself, desire to ter the truth in all U
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WASHINGTON (AP) -
Atty. Gen. Elliot L.
Richardson gave his support
Tuesday to the right of a
President to withhold
information from Congress.
"All Presidents have on
limited occasions refused to
furnish information to the
Congress," Richardson said. "I
... cannot sit here and in effect
give away ..." the right of
executive privilege."
Richardson conditioned his
endorsement of executive
privilege by saying "the burden
of proof daould always be on
the executive branch to justify
non-disclosure."
Richardson, appearing
before a Senate judiciary
subcommittee, quickly found
himself embroiled in debate
with Sens. Edward M.
Kennedy, (D-Mass.) and
Edmund S. Muskie. (D-Maine).


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Both asked whether it would
be possible to legislate into law
the conditions under which a
President could refuse to
divulge information.
Richardson spoke against the
proposal.
"You just don't want to
define it," said Muskie. "You
want to see it (government
secrecy) grow."
Muskie said a subcommittee
staff survey of Senate and
House committees disclosed
160 instances in which the
executive branch failed to
provide requested information.
Richardson said a law
requiring disclosure of
information except by the
president invoking executive
privilege "could disturb the
kind of comity" the Congress
and executive branch have
arrived at over the years.


Secret UK mission


back from Rhodesia
LOSqwDG A eae (M -.b taMN- diptosiatic team led
by Pe p, om- di a9 eed, Csm wmr back Tueeday
from t wetderm Otlek a Ml-)y wOt Rlodedan Premier
laRsi l anld Aefrie. lead.
Orqebll diAed all Rhodesia's llegal white regime.
co-mmet On M missi-n, The Smith regime seized its
unduken without any Independence from Britain in
manmmement aut week. 1965. This country, however,
However, a Foreign Office still regards Rhodesia as a
spokesman later told newsmen: colony and Smith's
"Whie they were there they government as unlawful. The
saw Mr. Smith on two Rhodeaian government has not
ocasiles, Bishop Abel been recognized by any foreign
Muzorewa and a number of state and it is under a U.N.
other African leaders, economic and political
"Sir Denis did not take out boycott.
any new proposal, but went to
make an assessment of the ALL IRISH PARTIES
situation for the Secretary of
State, Sir Al DouglaeHome." ElN KILLINIS
DougalHomw returns from
a meeting of European BELFAST, NORTHERN
Community foreign ministers IRELAND (AP) The killings
in Luxembourg late Tuesday of a Roman Catholic politician
night. So his meeting with and a Protestant clerk cast a
Greenhill is not likely to take pall of horror Tuesday over
place until Wednesday. Northern Ireland's election
Greenhill came back on campaign.
schedule with his two The blood-soaked bodies of
colleagues, the Foreign Office Sen. Paddy Wilson and a
said. 29-year-old Protestant woman
However, the spokesman were found in a lonely quarry
declined to identify precisely early Tuesday on the outskirts
who, among the African of Belfast two hours after a
leaders other than Muzorewa, tipoff to a Belfast newspaper.
President of the African The caller identified himself
National Council, were seen by as "Capt. Black' of the Ulster
the British team. Asked if the Freedom Fighters, a Protestant
British officials met with assassination squad that has
Rhodesian African leaders who claimed responsibility for two
have been jailed for their similar killings in the past two
political activities, the weeks.
spokesman said he had no "We have got Sen. Paddy
information on that. Wilson and a lady friend. Their
The British official declined bodies are lying in the
also to say if General Yakubu Hightown Road," the caller
Gowon, the Nigerian head of said.
state, had been informed in Wilson, 2, w4s a founder of
advance of the Greenhill the tlelIt-old Social
mission during his recent visit Democra cand Labour Party,
to London. which represents the
IN SECRET mainstream of Catholic
The Foreign Office also nationalist 'opinion in
explained that the Greenhill Thursday's voting for a new
mission was undertaken in provincial assembly.
secrecy to stall speculation. His The dead woman was Irene
purpose, the spokesman said, Andrews, a government clerk.
was to assmess whether the Their bodies lay on either side
majority African community of Wison's red car near a
and the ruling whites had hairpin bend on the road to
moved sufficiently closer Belfast airport.
together to warrant resumption Friends said Wilson had
of the search for a offered Miss Andrews a lift
constitutional settlement, home after meeting in
'Th spokesman said several fcQte'5-.a centr bar.-
Africa leader- whomhe d used a enzv T
not identify had "urged us newsmen and politicians. ""
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S Bem Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH,PubitWer/lditor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G. D.Litt., LL.D.
Pibulr/EMftor 1917.1972
CoaMrtburtd Edtor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pubkasr/Edltor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
wI AM writing this article in a suburb of Philadelphia where my
wife and I are staying briefly with her sister.
It's a good thing I left a stock pile of 21 articles with my
daughter in Nassau and I brought with me from Coral Gables five
more that I plan to mail from London because so far the trip has
not been exciting ... nothing of great importance to write about.
,But I have observed a few things that may be worth reporting.
********
We could have flown direct to London from Miami but we are
breaking the flight with a stop in Pennsylvania.
There were two reasons for stopping off here. First and
foremost, of course, was to visit my sister-in-law. And secondly,
'because we have a small dog we had planned to leave with her.
Our Miniature Pinscher suffered a broken leg in Nassau a few
.months ago. Dr. Soltys had him flown to an animal hospital in
Miami as there are no facilities in Nassau to take care of this kind
,of injury.
When the leg was sufficiently mended I took him to my Coral
Gables apartment at the hotel where I have been staying. Oh yes,
this hotel allows dogs to stay in the apartments. There are a good
many in the building.
Unfortunately he was taken ill three days before we left on this
trip. I put him back in the hospital.
And so we came on here alone.

America has been having foul weather this year freak storms,
tornadoes and floods that have destroyed towns and laid waste
wide areas of farmland.
Some areas of Florida have been affected. The destruction in
one section of Florida was so severe that it was recently declared
a "disaster area" for financial aid.

We arrived at the airport in Philadelphia in a heavy rain and
. electrical storm. The long. drive in to town was both sticky and
hazardous. There had been several serious accidents on the route.
Bodies had been removed to hospitals or morgues but wrecked
cars were still piled up on the roadside in several places.

My wife and sister-in-law were sitting on the porch of the
house this afternoon. They called me to come and join them.
"Look at those leaves," my wife commented. "This is
hurricane weather."
SYou can tell hurricane weather in the Bahamaqsby cloud eddies
racing swiftly across the heavens and by the way the leaves on the
trees seem to twist and turn under pressure from a strange wind.
There is a calm foreboding in the atmosphere but still the
leaves twist and turn in a wind that comes in spasmodic puffs.
A little later a warning was broadcast over the radio and TV
alerting a large area of the U.S. to the danger .of floods and
tornadoes. Pennsylvania was included in the threatened area. The
tornado warning was for two hours only.
I was assured by my sister-in-law that the area where we are
staying was fairly safe. She had never known of a tornado striking
this section of the state although they had unsettled weather and
warnings from time to time.
Sections of Pennsylvania are subject to floods. People still talk
about the Johnstown flood that took place early in this century.
It was one of the worst on record in the nation. When I visited
Johnstown some years ago I was given some idea of the depth of
the water that completely inundated the town by watermarks
that had been so deeply ingrained in the stone of some of the
buildings that even paint could not eradicate the stain.

The weather was so bad in Indianapolis today that the start of
the racing classic was postponed for four hours.
Almost immediately after it was started there was a serious
accident in which several cars were involved. Several people were
seriously injured. The race was called off for the day.
Shortly after this accident TV showed pictures of tornado
damage in a town in Arkansas.
"If the town had been bombed the destruction would not have
been so complete," the news commentator announced.

You know ... when I hear of the many disasters from natural
causes that strike people in different parts of the world, I realize
how fortunate we are in the Bahamas.
Nature hasn't given us any natural wealth but she has certainly
given us the most perfect setting for a reasonably secure and
tranquil life.
Even more than that ... it has been demonstrated that, with
proper management, it is possible for the islands to turn its
limited resources into a form of wealth that has made the country
unique in the western hemisphere ... indeed, in the world.
In natural resources the Bahamas is in many ways the
Cinderella in the hemisphere ... the poor little girl with a fairy
S godmother that provides a rich prince just around the corner for
her ... provided she behaves sensibly!

SThe terrible thing about some disasters is that they strike
Sahlmost without warning ... in some cases without warning.
SI experienced an earthquake in Mexico a few years ago. It
struck without warning.
The warning broadcast about threats of tornadoes over a wide
area of the U.S. war only for two hours.
SWhen these warnings are given people hurry to their cellars
because nothing in the path of a tornado seems able to resist the
'force of its twisting winds. In many cases it develops so fast that
:there is no warning.
SIn the East countries are struck by typhoons. A typhoon is far
:worse than a hurricane and it is usually accompanied y a tidal
wave.
A hurricane sometimes creates a tidal wave but nothing like
that caused by a typhoon. Sometime last year a typhoon struck
in East Pakistan killing nearly a million people and leaving further


vast numbers homeless.
And the earthquake that completely destroyed the city of
,-Managua in Nicaragua shortly before Christmas last year is still
fresh in everyone's mind.
The May tsue of Reader's Digest published an article by David
-Reed on this disasmmter under the heading "The Night Managua
-:Died".
i: It interesting because it shows that even a coming earthquake
*may be forecast by strange weather.
"When darkness fell and a huge three-quarter moon rose over
dManagua on Friday, December 22nd," Reed wrote, "the holiday


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mood prevailing in the Nicaraguan capital was mixed with
growing uneasiness. The children were looking forward to
Christmas morning, when they would awaken to find gifts from
the Christ Child. But many people said, too, that it was
'earthquake weather'.
"For months Nicaragua had been gripped by the worst drought
in a century. The wind now was still and the heat oppressive.
Scientists have never established a connection between such
weather and seismic disturbances, but older people in particular
were uneasy. They remembered the earthquake of 1931 -
another year of severe drought which had struck at Managua,
killing 2,000 persons."
This last quake was the worst Nicaragua had ever experienced.
"No one will ever know how many people perished in the
quake," wrote Reed further on in his article. "The government
estimated the range to be between 11,000 and 12,000."
Islands in the West Indies Haiti, Cuba and Jamaica, for
example -- are subject to earthquakes. During the night of June 7,
1692 the city of Port Royal, then capital of the island of Jamaica,
was sucked to the bottom of the sea by an earthquake that struck
while people were asleep in their beds.
Just one small piece of Port Royal was left. In this section was
a church, one of the oldest in the West Indies, in which relics of
Britain's great Admiral Lord Nelson are kept.
A remarkable case of reserve is recorded on a tombstone in the
cemetery. It reports the case of a man who was sucked to the
bottom by a tidal wave that accompanied the quake and then
thrown up on shore by the same wave. He lived many years after
this experience to tell the tale.
But finally he died too, emphasizing the fact that the only
certainty in life is ... death.

By contrast with other parts of the world, the Bahamas has
only one natural hazard ... the hurricane. And that isn't too bad
when compared with disasters that strike other countries.
The tornado, for instance, gives only a short warning ...
sometimes none. And nothing seems able to stand up under its
attack.
Since an efficient warning service has been established in the
area, every movement of a hurricane is traced weeks in advance as
it approaches the Bahamas and buildings can be erected to stand
the wind pressure.
There were some disasters in the islands before this hurricane
service was established.
I remember a year when almost the entire sponaing fleet was
caught on "the Mud" by a severe hurricane. Thousands of sloops
and dinghies were destroyed and several hundred spongers were
drowned. This blow almost ruined the sponge outfitters.
Another year .1. E. Williamson, originator of undersea
photography. who maade the first undersea movie in history, was
caught on location while filming a picture somewhere in the
Exuma Cays. lie and the entire cast and crew barely escaped with
their lives. He was financially ruined by this hurricane. He never
recovered financially from this blow.
* * ** *
Another hazard that presents a threat is the waterspout but
this is not very real. I know of only two occasions on which a
waterspout has struck in the Bahamas. I happened to see one of
them. A Tribune photographer was in the area and he got one of
the very few pictures ever recorded of a water spout in action.
Like the tornado, a waterspout strikes without warning. It
follows a narrow path and destroys everything in its way.
All my life I have heard people .talk about waterspouts. You
can actually see a spout in the distant clouds. It looks like a small
cone in the distance. It is actually shaped like an ice cream cone.
This is a condition in which a funnel-like body of water is
sucked up into the clouds from the sea and moved rapidly across
the surface of the water. It seldom strikes land.
There is a common belief that you can cut a waterspout with a
knife. It was claimed that if you passed the blade of a knife across
the sight of a waterspout you could cut it in half and it would
dissolve.
As a child I often "cut" a waterspout ... at least I thought I
did.
The first time I heard of a waterspout threatening anything at
sea was told me by a friend many years ago. He said he was sailing
somewhere in the Exuma Cays when the wind went suddenly
calm. The sail of his boat was flapping uselessly from side to side
when he saw the waterspout. It was bearing right down on him.
He could not escape. But its approach created a current of air
that filled his sails. He just had time to sail his boat the short
distance needed to take him out of the narrow path of the spout.
The spout I saw in action struck the waterfront just west of
Deveaux Street, touched the fringes of Symonette's shipyards and
then disappeared. It seemed to dissolve after striking land because
I can't recall that it did any damage to shipping in the harbour.
But the damage to the small area it struck was devastating.
The second time a waterspout struck New Providence was on
the southern side of the island. It cut a straight path through the
bushland in this area. The few houses in its path were demolished
and it did considerable damage to the Niven Nutt poultry farm.
* ** * *


The Bahamas is fortunate in so many ways the people have
reason to be thankful for their blessings. They should not trifle
with their good fortune.
Why ... even sharks don't seem to attack in the Bahamas.
There have been isolated cases of a person being bitten by a
shark but there is always a reason.
The first case I know of took place a long time ago ... probably
50 years or more. A Spanish Wells fisherman was clearing his net
in which a shark had been caught. The shark bit him on his foot.
He was taken to the old Alexandria Ward at the hospital
forerunner of the Princess Margaret where I interviewed him
for The Tribune. I didn't see this man again until a few years ago.
He is still suffering terribly from this bite. In this case the shark
struck in self-defence.
We have the same specie of sharks in our waters that kill
swimmers on beaches in Florida and California.
I hae an experience with a school of tiger sharks off the coast
of Jamaica in 1916 ... they were certainly killers.
But they seem harmless in the Bahamas.
A scientist at the Lerner Marine Laboratory at Bimini, where a
study has been made of sharks, told me a reason for this strange
behaviour during a visit I made to that island a few years ago.
He said that a shark does not see clearly. He strikes at
swimmers in cloudy waters. He sees an arm or a leg or a head. It is
small and he strikes. A few months ago a tourist swimming in
muddy water around the coast of Grenada had his head bitten
clean off by a shark.
The scientist at the Lerner Laboratory said that the water in
the Bahamas is so clear that a shark sees the full outline of the
human body. It looks big and formidable ... and so he doesn't
strike.
It's this clear water that has attracted AUTEC to Andros where
the U.S. is carrying out tests in the detection of foreign bodies
under the sea such as submarines -- by the use of sound waves.
It was also this clear water that brought a contingent of Royal
Navy men to the Bahamas during the last'war to be trained as
Frogmen. The Commander of this training scheme wrote an
interesting book on the operation. These men were effectively
used by the Rt. Hon. Lord Mountbatten of Burma in his
remarkable Burma campaign.
Although AUTEC is an important part of hemispheric and.
indeed, global defence for the free world and the Bahamas
should be contributing to this operation, the Government is now
negotiating with Uncle Sam to receive a substantial subsidy from
the U.S. Treasury for the use of the waters surrounding Andros


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TOWN and AROUND


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Queen 'quite down to earth'


"Puss' ('Cat, pussy cat, where
have you been?
I've been to London to visit
the Queen.
Pussy-cat, pussy cat, what did
you do there?
I chased a wee mouse right
under the chair."
ENGLISH NURSERY
RHYMES AND stories are full
of interest shown in visiting the
Queen. In fact children's
stories universally are full of
kings, queens, princes and
princesses. In them the kings
are always strong, the queens
beautiful, the princes tall,
brave and handsome and the
princesses pretty and delicate.
Today's American, bereft of
royalty of his own, travels to
London to see the Queen
there.
Yet when one meets royalty
in the flesh one is often
disappointed. They just don't
live up to the mythology. As in
the old nursery rhyme royalty
are just people and London is
just a place, so the pussy cat
did there what he'd do if he'd
stayed at home he chased a
wee mouse right under the
chair.
The week before last a
distinguished Bahamian couple
went to London to visit the
Queen.
Governor-General Designate
Sir Milo Butler and Lady
Butler were received in
audience by the Queen two
weeks ago today at
Buckingham Palace where Sir
Milo was knighted and given
the insignia of a Knight Grand
Cross of St. Michael and St.
George. After the ceremony,
which Lady Butler was able to
witness, which she told me is
unusual, the Butlers were the
Queen's guests at a private
luncheon.
I spoke to Lady Butler on
Saturday morning about the
luncheon. Far from being
disappointed at the absence of"
the mythological trappings she:
thoroughly approved of the
ordinary family life-style that
was projected.
Lunch was served, Lady
Butler told me, in a very
simply furnished red-carpetted
room the only decorative relief
being provided by "antique
pieces on a cabinet".
The only lunchers were the
Queen, Princess Anne, their
"attendants" and the Butlers.
The food served was "quite
down to earth", Lady Butler
said. It consisted of lamb
chops, potatoes and wine.
Lady Butler liked the Queen
very much. She used the
following phrases to describe
her impressions: "just one of
us ... very, very calm ... just
like an ordinary family
nothing put on".


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Buckingham Palace, official residence of Her Majesty Queen
Elizabeth II, after Sir Milo had been knighted and had had
lunch with the Royal Family.


Lady Butler finds the Queen
to be a beautiful woman and
unlike many fashion
columnists thoroughly
approved of her dress. "Cleanly
clad", Lady Butler said would
be her way of describing her
general impressions of the
Queen's clothes. She wore a
flowered shocking pink and
white voile dress, which Lady
described approvingly as
"ordinary". The Queen wore
little make-up and her oldy
jewellery was a wrist watch, a
pearl necklace and pearl-stud
earrings. Her Lady-in-Waiting
was similarly dressed. Princess
Anne wore blue and white.
The old nursery rhyme
would have been much more
interesting if the pussy cat had
been asked "What did you talk
about?" instead'of "What did
you do there?". Lady Butler
told me that they talked a
"little bit of politics", but
most of the luncheon
conversation was devoted to
child-rearing methods. Sir Milo
"went to lengths" on this
topic, Lady Butler told me so
that the luncheon went way
past the scheduled time!
Lady Butler got the
impression that theQueen was
in complete accord with Sir
Milo's philosophy of
child-rearing which might
appear rather harsh to today's
parents. Princess Anne
managed to "chime in" now


and again and told the Butlers
that she too "was laid across
her mother's knees!"

The Bible has been on top of
the best-seller list for
thousands of years. Like other
classics it is eternally fresh
because it is neither dated in
time nor place. Its stories and
philosophy apply to all peoples
at all times.
The story of the Good
Samaritan happened in Nassau
last week.
This lady was approached on
Cockburn Street (which runs
between Market Street and
Blue Hill Road south of the
Southern Recreation Ground)
by three little girls to buy
raffle tickets. One of the little
girls must have been a potential
high-powered sales lady for she
refused to take "No" for an
answer and asked "Why?"
"Because I have no money",
the woman replied.
"You must have money",
persisted the little girl, "all
white people have money".
The woman explained that
many white people were poor
and indeed many black people
were rich.
The little girl looked her up
and down for a few minutes
and then pressed 25c into the
woman's hand.
A few days previously this
same woman had been driving
down a hill when her brakes


failed and she almaos ..
across the busy Eastmel
She ended up with .
horizontal across
dangeroudy block lA
from the Eastern road.
two babies in the car
unable to leave
unattended to push tble tal
the side. She stood in froM
the car holding two babl4-l"
warn traffic of the haa .4 A'
number of cars were able 1"
creep round the car, but a8M0 4
stopped to inquire what ti00
problem was or offered help.
As Jesus was asked "Who st'
my Neighbour?"

On display at the Arts and
Crafts section of Jumbty
Village will be an unusual item:
a hooked rug which is an exact
replica of the new Bahamian
flag.
This rug took its creator,
Mrs. Mildred Skelton, fifty
hours to make. It measures 28
by 42 inches Unlike other
items it will not be for sale.
Mrs. Skelton decided to make
the Prime Minister a gift of it.
Funnily enough Mrs.
Skelton is an American citizen.
but after living for sixteen
years in the Bahamas with her
husband, who is with Navios,
and raising her children here
she says that she cannot help
but identify with the Bahamas.
Mrs. Skelton got the idea
from first seeing the design of
the flag and then seeing the
announcement about the Arts
and Craft section planned for
Jumbey Village.
The staff at the
Independence Secretariat were
only too happy to show her
the design for the new flag,
which she measured to get the
exact proportions. Mr. Rolle at
the Ministry of Education
encouraged her in her plan
saying that the Arts and Crafts
section would welcome work
from all sections of the
community. Mrs. Skelton
followed this up by speaking to
the American Women's Club in
the Bahamas about further
contributions from
non-Bahamians.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Cartwright of Nassau announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Arlene Sandra, to
Mr. Ronald Eugene
Thronebury, eldest son of Mr
and Mrs. Ronald Thronebury
of Phoenix, Arizona. The
wedding date is set for earQ?
October.
Miss Arlene Nash, daughter
of Mrs. Olga Nash of West
Street, returned home this
week from the University of
the West Indies, where she
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anywhere today that combines
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have put Rolls-Royce at the
top of the list. The Silver
Shadow and the Corniche
models are only the latest
examples of the firm's
continuing quest for excellence
in automobiles.
This new Rolls is sensibly
sized for today's driving
conditions. It is as safe as
modem technology can make
it. It offers silent, effortless
performance and standards of
luxury, comfort, convenience
and workmanship equalled
only by other Rolls-Royces.
Quality and craftsmanship
are evident throughout the car.
The gleaming exterior is the
result of an average of 14 coats
of primer and paint. It is all
hand-rubbed so that the black
looks like onyx, and the white,
like porcelain. Paint used by
the Rolls-Royce undergoes a
great deal of testing at the
firm's paint and plastics
laboratory in Crewe, England.
Paint developed by
well-established paint
manufacturers, often in
conjuction with the lab, is
tested before it is approved for
use in or on the car. Once the
paint has been approved, a
sample of every batch received


no other mn ufactwr has been

is chemically and physically
tested to ensure that the
original specification is
maintained.
Sample paint panels undergo
natural weathering at several
sites, including Malaya, where
paint is subjected to tropical
conditions. Another test
method used is artificial
weathering carried out in a
machine called a
Weatherometer. Two months
in the Weatherometer is
equivalent to approximately
two years' service in a
temperate climate or about six
months in Malaya.
WELDED STEEL
Most of the car's body is
made of welded steel. In the
interest of lightness, however,
aluminum alloy is used for
removable parts which do not
contribute to the general
stiffness, such as doors, trunk
lid and hood. The doors are
braced internally as in aircraft
wings, for maximum
protection against side impact.
The interior of the car is
elegantly appointed with
top-grain English hide for
upholstery and inlaid
Circassian walnut for the
instrument panel and trim.
Deep pile carpeting with under
padding covers the floor. Even
the trunk has wall-to-wall


ROLLS-ROYCE AUTO PRODUCTION Is now higher than In any year since 1965,
when the Silver Shadow was Introduced Here, a Shadow four-door sedan is minutely


and English ash. The visible
woodwork comes form the
Caucasus Mountains in
Southern Asia.
When the veneers arrive at
the factory, they are stored
underground where air
humidity stays relatively
constant. Before any veneer is
used, it is inspected, the log
number recorded and the
moisture content checked. The
moisture content is carefully
controlled throughout the
veneering and polishing
processes to prevent cracking
and warping. The woodwork in
each car is matched so that
light and dark woods are not
used on adjacent panels and
the pattern of the veneer is
arranged so that it is
symmetrical.
Top-down motoring in a
Rolls-Royce offers no threat to
the veneers since they are
applied with a special cement
similar to those used to build
the wood-bodied Mosquito
bombers of Word War II, and
because they are sealed with
special moisture-resistant
synthetic lacquers.
The carpets are made of
wool. E ack i4 Riviall .t
and fitted to th far. They art
not cemented to the floor but
can be easily snapped out for
occasional dry cleaning.
HAND-MADE
Because the Rolls-Royce
cars are largely made by hand,


a wide choice of finishes, trim:
and upholstery materials and:
optional equipment is1
available. Any colour of paint:
or trim, for instance, may be:
specified at no extra cost. .
Optionals include stereo:
tape players, electric shavers;
and a special miniature boudoir
in the glove compartment. An -
interesting option is a special:
foot-operated horn which is:
specially useful for driving in:
mountainous areas when both .
hands are required for steering.;
Fitted luggage is also
available consisting of:
matching suitcases in genuine.
leather and blending.
beautifully with the car's'
interior.
Rolls-Royce actually began;
life in 1904 as racing cars.l
When Charles Rolls, 27, a:
racing buff, joined forces with
Frederick Henry Royce, 41, an
ingenious engineer. Rolls sold.
as many cars as Royce could:
make. Royce 'stepped up;
production and in 1906, they;
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After trying out the 10 hp,
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was so silently powerful and
infinitely removed in,
performance and quality from
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checked during final Inspection.


carpeting.
The seats are made from the
highest quality hide produced
only from the outer layer of
the animal's skin. The leather is
soft and durable and has a
beautiful natural grain not
present in hide obtained from
the inner layers of skin. Great
care and attention is taken in
selecting and matching the
hides for each car' and a set of
master patterns is used for
marking out by hand.
Various types of wood are
used within the car -
American black walnut,
mahogany, Yugoslavian beech


TWO MORE ROLLS ROYCE Mr. Aaron ("KIkI") Knowles, managing director of
Central Garage, receives the keys to two Rolls Royce on their arrival at Prince George
Wharf from customs officers. Central holds the exclusive franchise for Rois Royce here.


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spent the last school year
working for her teacher's
dlmonma.
Arlene attended St. John's
College in Nasau where she
received her "C" levels; she
attended Government High
School for her "A" levels and a
year ago was graduated from
McMaster University,


Hamilton, Ontario, where she
received her B.A. majoring in
#Itory.
Daniel Strachan, son of Mrs.
Florece Strachan of George
Town, Exuma. received his
Master of Arts degree from the
University of Miami during the
June commencement exercises.
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economics with a minor in
general business. He is planning
on a career in banking
finance. He also has a Bachelor
of Arts degree from Florida
Memorial College.
He is a member of Phi Beta
Sigma fraternity and is listed in
Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities
(1971-72).
Linda Johnson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. Curtis Johnson
(of Nassau Seafloor Acquarium
and Tortoise Shell fame) was
graduated recently from
McMaster University,
Hamilton, Ontario, receiving a
Bachelors of Music degree with
Honours.
Linda plans to attend
Althouse College of Education
in London, Ontario, this fall.
Mr. Oswald C. Munnings,
Acting Valuation Officer with
-the Real Property Tax Section,
Ministry of Finance, has been
notified by Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada, of
his success in the Institute of
Municipal Assessors Final
Examination, which was held
in April of this year.
The I.M.A. course is a
three-year course in taxation
with emphasis on a Real
Property Tax Administration.
This training course in
taxation, sponsored by the
Institute of Municipal
Assessors of Ontario, is
conducted under the auspices
of the Department of
Extension, Queen's University
and the University awards a
Certificate of standing to all
graduates in recognition of this
achievement.
Mr. Munnings first became
interested in the I.M.A. course
after having completed a
course in Assessment Practices
and Principles, with the
Education Branch, Municipal
Assessment Office, Department
of Municipal Affairs in
Toronto, Ontario, and was
urged by one of his lecturers to
begin studying for this
professional qualification as a
result of his academic
performance in the Assessment
Practices and Principles Course.
In July, 1970 he applied to
the Institute and was accepted
as a student member. He
succeededd in passing both the
4|t year finals and the second
year finals in April 1971 and
April 1972 respectively. As a
result of his success in the final
examination, which he passed
with an extremely high mark,
he is presently awaiting word
from the Institute as to his
status i.e. M.I.l.A. Member
or F.I.M.A. Fellow of the
Institute.
His experience as a tax
assessor will have a tremendous
influence on the decision of


Surveys) before
to the Ministry of
September 1968to
setting up of the
Tax Department
Valuation Section.
Mr. Munnings is a e
Mr and Mrs
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the Institute. notwithstanding
his high academic achievement.
During the course he
maintained a better than B plus
average. Mr. Munnings who is
the first Bahamian to complete
this course, as well as being the
first to attempt it, received his
early education at the Public


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Okra is back again

at the exchan ge
FOR THE PAST SEVERAL WEEKS, okra has reappeared at
the Potter's Cay Produce Exchange. Okra is a favourite vegetable
in the Bahamas and is well worth growing in the home garden. In
the meantime, stock up on okra during its plentiful time.


Okra freezes well and can be
kept for months in the frezw.er.
Scald the pods for four
minutes for the small and
medium sized, and five minutes
for the larger pods. This
preserves the colour and the
flavour. Remove the okra from
the boiling water and chill
quickly under cold running
water. Drain and dry on paper
towels. Pack in freezer bags or
containers in quantities
required for each meal. Press
the okra well to force out as
much air as possible. Label
each package with the date of
freezing. Freeze at zero degrees
U" ',


tor lower. The okra can be
cooked as needed in the same
manner as store-purchased
frozen foods. Take from the
freezer and place in boiling
water until tender. .
For simple stewed okra, cut
off the stem ends. Wash
thoroughly. If the pods are
very small, leave them whole.
If not, cut the pods into
half-inch sections. Boil in
salted water for 20 minutes.
Drain well and season with salt
and pepper to taste, butter and
a little vinegar.
Eggplants are available in
some of the supermarkets.
Combine a medium eggplant
with okra for an interesting
vegetable dish. Peel and cube


the eggplant. Place the cubes in
a saucepan and add a sliced
onion, three quartered
tomatoes, and a dozen or so
sliced okra pods. Season with
salt and pepper. Cover the pan
and simmer for half an hour or
until the vegetables are tender
and most of the liquid has
cooked away. Garnish with
chopped parsley.
Or stew okra just with
tomatoes. Wash and slice a
dozen okra pods and simmer
with two cups peeled and
chopped tomatoes until the
okra is tender.
Okra can also be baked with
a tomato sauce. Saute a sliced
onion until brown but not


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crisp. Add sliced okra and cook
for several minutes. Pour the
okra and onion into a casserole
and pour over a can of tomato
sauce or canned tomato soup
(undiluted). Bake at 350 for
half an hour.
Try okra with squash and
carrots. Slice two cups each
summer squash, okra pods and
carrots. Boil in an inch of
salted water for 10 minutes.
Cut a bunch of green onions
into inch-long slices and add to
the okra mixture. Cook for five
minutes more until the
vegetables are tender. Season
with salt and pepper and
butter.
For an okra salad, choose
the smallest pods and cook
them whole until tender. Drain
and chill Add a tiny bit of
horseradish to French dressing
and toss the pods in
the dressing. Line a salad bowl
with lettuce and place tle pods
in the centre. Chill until serving
time and then toss lightly to
distribute the dressing
Along with okra at the
Exchange, there is still a good
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ARRIVING TOMORROW:
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NOW $3.75
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NOW $2.75
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were 75c
' NOW 55c
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NOW $16.25
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NOW $3.75


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NOW $9.25
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By Abigail Van. Buren
I im ," carn Til- Y. .sN. v. s a. .
DEAR ABBY: I desperately need advice. I can't con-
sult a lawyer because I can't afford it. I am 38-year-old
expectant mother. The baby's father is married and has no
intentions of divorcing his wife or acting as father to my
child.
I have never been married. I know that what I have
done was wrong, but I was so emotionally involved with
this man that I wasn't thinking straight.
My baby is due in three weeks. I plan to keep it, but I
don't know what to do about the birth certificate. The
baby's father is urging me to leave his name off. He says
he will be ruined if I use his name. He has suggested that I
make up a name.
Please tell me what to do, Abby. If I make up a name
I'm afraid the baby's father will be relieved of all responsi-
bility for the support of his child, and that is not fair
because he is well able to help me. [He hasn't paid for
even a diaper pin so far.]
I am so alone and troubled. Please help me.
NAME WITHHELD
DEAR NAME: Get In touch with your local Legal Aid
Society. They will guide you. Make no decisions until you
speak with them.
DEAR ABBY: What is my responsibility in the follow-
ing situations? Mind my own business? Or stick my nose in
and look for a punch?
Example: Tots [2 years to 6] are climbing on top of a
convertible sports car and sliding down the back. Owner of
car working, mother busy inside, the kids having the time
of their lives.
Example: Three new homes being built and a sign
posted, "Parents! Keep your children away from construc-
tion site," but the 2- to 6-year-olds are exploring the half-
finished floors and calling to each other from the empty
window frames.
Fun is fun, but danger is danger. I have youngsters,
but I know where mine are all the time. Do I say some-
thing to the children or walk away? I've done both. The
mothers shrug and the kids return. MRS. N.C.B.
DEAR MRS. B.: You can't be a full-time self-appointed
policewoman, but you can continue to warn the children
when they endanger themselves and urge their mother. to
be more watchful. Structures In various stages of construc-
tion are considered "attractive nuisances" and every effort
should be made [by the builder] to keep children out. Signs
do not necessarily relieve the builder of responsibility.


Can father's name be

hidden from the law?
one. Was I wong?
Hw do you feel sbot husbands peaking tAr wvv
when they have it coming? HURT AND AIORY
DEAR HURT: I dlsmppreve oef p Bisal nhet
a8y form. A "good, osed upakng" *mer @M -M -0
purpose: It gives the saker a- Umrimmy to sVt Ms
angur. 8 I reeommende a ponmeiug ag-- am-r

DEAR ABBY: I have been going to a psydistrlst of
late, with moderate success, and then one day my mother
made an appointment with him [for what region I do nt
know] and went to see him, too.
Since then I have been totally unable to relate to him.
Doesn't this eem to you like a divorce lawyer trying to
represent both sides in a divorce?
WONDERING IN MILWAUKEE
DEAR WONDERING: Quit wondering sad sk ye
psychiatrist.


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NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED. smashed cups and plates against the wall, so I took her
SNacross my knee and gave her a good, sound spanking.
SORRY NO PASSES. Now she claims I "beat" her, and she's suing me for
divorce. Abby, she acted like a child so I treated her like



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THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Most of the shadows of this life are caused by our standing in
our own sunshine.
EMERSON

The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to
count our blessings.
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT I CARS FOR SALE I I UU IF


C 10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 1623.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen,
utility room and carport. Built
in range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10042


FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2V1/2 baths, living.
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
airconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C 10306
ONE COMMERCIAL
CORNER LOT in Highland
Park. 16,500 sq. ft. Phone
nights 34527 days 29293.
C10323
HARBOUR ISLAND desirable
elevated lot adjoining
Residency ground 82' x 123' x
93' x 141'. Phone 31252
before 8 p.m.
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.
C10297
FOR SALE
2 Bedroom house -
FURNISHED plus family
room, enclosed garage-
walled-in grounds 90 by 120 -
ONLY $30,000.00 finance
a vw l bl te ..
WOODLAND Spacious 3
bedroom 2 baths, furnished,
enclosed grounds fruited.
Was $45,000.00 come see and
make offer.
WOODLAND large house,
kingsize swimming pool -
spacious grounds fruited,
secluded. Has 3 bedrooms two
baths, plus family room extra.
Ideal for 4th bedroom. Asking
$85,000.00
WINTON semi-hilltop, views,
beach rights, split level house
3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
lavishly furnished, plus 1
bedroom and 1 bath furnished.
Live-in one rent the other.
Ideal for inlaws or guest.
Reduced for immediate sale.
WATERFRONT-
197 feet on WATERFRONT-
AGE OUT EAST. Dock,
beach, house with 3 bedrooms,
2 baths plus income producing
2 bedrooms 1 bath apartment.
All furnished-gorgeous views,
ideal tropical living.
HIGHLAND PARK houses
with three bedrooms, 2 baths,
as low as $44,000.00,
$38,000.00, $56,000.00 and
up.


GROVE lovely houses, from
$45,000.00 and up.
WESTWARD VILLA -
houses from $40,000.00 c up. Have beach rights.
CABLE BEACH 1271
water, has beach. Approx 2
acres. No restrictive covenants.
Reasonable in price.
WATERFRONTAGE approx
139 ft. on water, with old
Bahamian house, in disrepair,
plus 3 lots opposite approx.
2 acres total. Was $150,000.00
owner will sell for $75,000.00.
I-OUR BEDROOM HOUSE
on the water, east of
Ridgeway. Has dock, little
beach, ideal secluded area.
Garage. Nicely furnished and in
good condition. Asking
$85,000.00. See anytime.


AN ESTATE -- Eastern Area -
secluded Kingsize pool for
adults and area for children.
Two changing rooms, patio,
fruited spacious grounds. Even
a Tennis Court has four
bedrooms 3 baths. Furnished.
Separate dining, sitting, plus
den. Ideal for large family. Can
finance. Be Independent on
the way to INDEPENDENCE
by being your own
LANDLORD.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY
DAMIANOS REALTY CO. LTD.
DIAL 22033, 22307, 22305
evenings: 41197 and 41280.


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


C 10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C 10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
M ontrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10022
AI R C 0 N DITIONED
Efficiency apartment. Ring
5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.


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C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or.
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment. nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.
C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C 10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditionlng, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C 10244
INTERESTED in leasing home
on waterfront Eastern Road.
Possible purchase. Call Mrs.
Saunders between 8 a.m. 4
p.m. at 24001.
C10249
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350,.
C10248
STORE SPACE, East Street
Soqth, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon Phone 3-5350.
C10276
4' BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house, Bamboo Town. Phone
34694.
C10291
BLAIR ESTATES
1, 2 bedroom 1 bath
apartment, furnished. Phone
(day) 22580 (night) 32589).
C 10288
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.
C10314
HARBOUR MEWS CLUB.
Swimming pool, small marina
and beach, central TV
Antenna.
2 bedroom, 2 bath delightful
town house, fully furnished,
central airconditioned.
2 bedroom, 2 bath part
furnished in front courtyard.
Phone 7-7466.
C 10296
Apartments and office
space for rent in commercial
district Telephone 5-1324.


C10316
One 2 bedroom apartment -
furnished utilities Included -
on William Street near the
waterfront. $225 per month.
Telephone 53043.


C10332
AIRCONDITIONED one
bedroom furnished apartment
in Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, with laundry room
facilities and master TV
antenna. Also large parking
area. For Information call
5-3928 or 5-4258.
C 10324
1 2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment.
1 one bedroom apartment. All
completely furnished,
airconditioned. Harmony Hill.
Phone 3-1328.
C10317
DUPLEX in Blair Estate -
attractively furnished with
airconditioner. Phone Mr.
Albury 36313-9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

I CARS FOR SALE
C 10299
1969 Volkswagen Beetle.
$1000 O.N.O. Phone 41411
or 21404.
C10279
RELIABLE 1967 Flat 850 -
new tyres. $500. Tel. 55260.
after 4 p.m.


C 10292
HAVE TO SELLI!I
1970 GT6 MK2 red with neat
paint woik. Condition like
new. Going at $1,800.00 or
nearest offer. Contact Peter
Major at 5-7430/1, ext. 170 or
177. Owner leaving Island.


1970 TRIUMPH 13/60.
Excellent running order. Phone
31523 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
weekdays. $950 (o.n.o.)

C10304
1973 MORRIS MARINA: In
excellent condition. Only
6.000 miles. Phone nights
34527 days 28293
C 1032 7
GALAXY 500 $600. Phone
28800 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C10340
AT LAST MINI MOKE. 1968
30,000 miles $700. O.N.O.
Phone 5-8033.
C10294
1972 C.S. 124 Stationwagon,
38,000 miles. Phone 3-2149
after 6 p.m.
C10322


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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE -
$6850.00
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
good condition $2400.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
stick shift, blue $1150.00
1970 SINGER VOGUE SEDAN
automatic $950.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
white, nice interior $400.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
blue, stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green, automatic .$1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXIE
reconditioned $1000.00
1970 FIAT 124
stick shift $700.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
bargain, automatic $1500.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
good buy $2350.00
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
red, automatic $2500.00
1969 FORD FALCON
automatic $1200.00
1969 DATSUN S/W
stick shift, red $800.00
1969 FORD ESCORT
blue, 2 door $759.00
1971 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM
SUBURBAN white$3500.00
1967 FORD CORTINA
white, automatic $200.06
1970 HILLMAN MINX S/W
white, automatic $1200.00
1969 ROVER 2000
white, automatic $1500
1969 CHEVELLE MALIBU
good condition $1800
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-4711
C 10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTION
1970 MGB GT
Hard top, std. $1450
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA


2 dr., auto, blue $2400
1970 FORD CAPRI
automatic, blue $1595
1971 VIVA
2 Dr., Auto., Green $1695
1969 VICTOR
:2000 s/w Automatic $600
1969 VIVA
2 dr., auto. blue $875
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. auto radio,
orange $3500
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., 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 S14)
n1968 PONTIAC TEMPES
green $1200
1970CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed,
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


C10310
1969 PONTIAC. excellent
condition. Automatic, power
steering. Phone 58765 after
3:30 p.m. $2200. (O.N.O.)
C10397
TRIUMPH Spitfire MK IV -
overdrine radial tyres -
condition as new $2500 -
Phone 34541.
C 10303
1970 PLYMOUTH Sport
Satellite. Air conditioned nd
radio. In excellent condition.
Phone nights 34527 days
28293.
C 10302
1969 MORRIS MINI
TRAVELLER $450.00 for
quick sale. Call 4-2023 day.
31765 after 4 o'clock.


C10261-
6-5-Piece place setting of
Rosenthal China with extra
serving pieces. Call 41062
between 4-7Jb.m.
C10285
C-CRAFT 12' rubber boat wih
3 HP Evinrude $300.00
1970 Austin Morris Mini -
$1000.00
1970 Harley Davidson 150 cc.
-$100.00
Phone 7-7885.
C 10269
14 FLATS used previously
used by Kingsway Players In
their drama productions.
Phone 42158 for further
details.
C10277
ELECTRIC CLOTHES Dryer
$85.00. Easy parts recently
replaced. Phone 31318.

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.
C10295
WEDGEWOOD China set-
Stratford 'EDME'. Call Higgs
32391 weekdays
FOR SALE
C10259
STELLA MARIS MARINA at
Long Island, has for sale the
following: One GMC 671
marine diesel engine,
Model:6072A, 32 volt
starter/generator with GMC
hydraulic gear box, Ratio:
3.00/1 In excellent
condition; 1 5KW KOEHLER
marine generator, powered by
Waukesha diesel, Model: 180
DLC in excellent condition;
7.5 KW ONAN marine
generator, fresh water cooled,
Model: MDJE, almost new,
perfect condition; 2 GMC
diesel marine engines, V8, 4
cycle type "Toroflow", fresh
water cooled, complete with
gear box, heat exchanger,
exhaust manifolds, turbo
charges and mounts, In
excellent condition. Call or
write Stella Marls Inn, Long
Island.
C 10309
GOATS have been kept as
pets. Call 2-4892.
C10334
1965 CHEV. V ton pickup
truck. Excellent condition.
$1000.00 Cash. Phone 59540.
C10319
CORRUGATED iron sheets. S
ft. lengths second hand in
good condition. Phone 53743.
C10333
GARAGE SALE
All day Friday and Saturday
until 12 noon. First left off
Johnson Road from East Bay
Street, 2 storey yellow house
on hill. David E.Albury.

PETS FOR SALE
C10321
LEAVING FOR ENGLAND
Can't bear to put him in
quarantine for 6 months 6
week old Golden Labrador.
Phone 23083 from 9- 5.


C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht
Phone 3-2371.
C 10283
42' MATTHEWS -- 325 H.P.
Chryslers Flybrldpe, full
electronics double cab.
Shower In beautiful
condition 1963 registered
Bahamas. 665-5403. Miami -
6822 Mindello Coral Gables,
Fla.
C10305
19 FOOT THUNDERmlIRD
with 2 Evinrude 55, and
ship-to-shor radio, ne
nights 34527 days 2s29 -


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F.02U64
Found Drifting 12 ft. plywood
punt, fibreglassed, painted
aquamarine, bottom damaged.
Owner contact R. G.
Lightbourn 2-8293.



C10312
SPECIAL NOTICE
A $40.00 free bonus
pre-independence gift is yours
If you make a deposit now at
Bill's Real Estate. Good buys
include:-
SOUTH BEACH EST.
SEVEN HILLS ESTATE
SUNSHINE PARK
GOLDEN GATES
BEL-AIR
TROPICAL GARDENS
SANDS ADDITION
MARATHON ESTATE
SEABREEZE ESTATE
GLENISTON GARDENS
YAMACRAW BEACH ESTATE
WINTON MEADOWS
COLONY VILLAGE EAST
And many others.
Easy terms and good cash
discounts are available. Call
23921.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
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.

SCHOOLS
C10298
ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH
SCHOOL. We have a few
places, in the Infant
Department, for September.
Details from Headmaster
22198.
C10320
OUR LADY'S SCHOOL AND
PARISH Is sponsoring a
Summer Workshop in Maths,
English, Reading and
Recreation. Beginning July 6th
August 10th.
Registration: June 25th 29th
'!'4 an.m. to 12:30 p.m. A
t W forentimtlre course.
,lephone 2-3892.

TUITION
C10326
English, Spanish
Phone 5-2439.

CARD OF THANKS
C* a1t2,


THE FAMILY of the late
Maggle Darville wish to thank
their many friends for cards
and tokens of sympathy during
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Father
Collingwood Cooper and Mr.
Plnder of Pinder's Funeral
Home.


THE FAMILY of the late
Anthony Griffith who died
12/6/73 wish to thank the
many friends and relatives who
stood by them in their moment
of bereavement. Special thanks
to the Management and staff of
Senesta Beach Hotel and
Demeritte's Funeral Home.

| SITION UNTED

YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
g _|gu In your shop. Very
INM to work. Please write
Si C10159, c/o The Tribune,


C 10315
YOUNG MAN with High
School Diploma and three
years experience In customs
and general office work. Will
like to work in office. Have
ability to type. Send replies to
Mr. J.D., P. 0. Box 3528,
Nassau.

S NELP UNTED
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.
C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas?
Then consider the childcare
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live in &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live
in.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service training on a conractual
basis. Must be willing to live in.
Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N-1413.
Nasau.


C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
"4-10 years cement plant
U al aund
R/E NS( LITI
Co-ordinate and supervise
maintenance activities,
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10336
WANTED: Major Hotel resort
complex requires the services
of ASSISTANT CHIEF
ENGINEER. Applicant should
have thorough knowledge
of installation, repair and
maintenance of airconditioning
and electrical equipment and
have a sound understanding of
plumbing and refrigeration.
Should be able to handle
labour in all phases of
maintenance operations.
Applicant should be currently
employed, be energetic and
ambitious and keen to make
personal advancement on the
staff of a major hotel chain.
Applications, which should
include a detailed resume of
education and experience,
should be sent to General
Manager, P.O. Box N7108,
Nassau.
C 10293
Old established Bay Street firm
requires mature, experienced
shorthand typist with
bookkeeping experience. Five
day week, medical benefits and
excellent salary. Apply in own
handwriting to: The Office
Manager, P. 0. Box N-8164,
Nassau. Bahamas.
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspection and testing of
cement prior to release for
chlpment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C 10262
MAID WANTED from
September at Coral Harbour to
look after baby and do
housework. Mop-Fri., 8.15
a.m. 3.30 p.m. Own transport
an advantage. Phone 36808
(12-1 p.m. Mon.-Fri.)
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.
C 10328
EXPERIENCED BAHAMIAN
Book-keeper required for
position as Controller of large
established Bahamian Business.
Applicant must have ability to
maintain complete accounting
records and prepare Financial
Statements. Ideal working
conditions. Salary
commensurate with
experience. Apply in writing in
the first instance to Messrs.
Pannell Fitzpatrick and
Company, Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N-4665, Norfolk House,
Nassau, Bahamas.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C 10308
WANTED: young man with
Bachelor of Science Degree in
Agriculture or Animal Science
to Manage out island cattle
ranch. Applicant must be an
experienced cattleman
knowledgeable in artificial
breeding, calving techniques
and practical Veterinary
medicine. Salary according to
'*We11hnae.' Furnished
accommodation provided.
Apply to U.S.Y. & T.
INDUSTRIES INC., Box 41,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera.

C10337
SECRETARY required for
Nassau business consulting
company. Applicants should
be capable of fast, accurate
typing and shorthand, have
experience in a suitable
business office, and not expect
to be closely supervised.
Pleasant offices on eastern edge
of town. Write to Jones,
Bardelmeier & Co., P. 0. Box
N-7790, Nassau., Bahamas.

C10329
ACCOUNTANT WITH
approximately ten years
accounting experience for
position with multi-national
company with headquarters in
Nassau. Duties and
responsibilities will include:
Valuation of securities;
accounting for forward
exchange contracts, promissory
notes and commercial paper;
and assisting with
consolidation of financial
statements. Written
applications should be sent to:
The Personnel Department,
The Deltec Banking
Corporation, P. 0. Box N3229,
Nassau.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C10311
2 FARM LABOURERS TO
WORK ON FARM' Contact
Enid Grant, Nicoll's Town,
Andros.

C 10268
QUALIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS needed to teach at
Kingsway Academy for
September, 1973. If Interested,
call 42158.


C 10289
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.
C10331
YOUNG LADY wanted for
general office work. Typing
essential with a view to joining
sales staff in an expanding
wholesale agency. Must have
pleasant personality. Write for
interview to: Manager P.O. Box
N8717, Nassau,
C 7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHI'
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.

ENTERTAINMENT
C9964
ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?
call
Film & Equipment
Service


Rentals of:-


Full-length movies


Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders
Filmstrip & Slide Projectors
Screens
Phone 2J2157


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.
=10045
Phldrl' Celstms

Brokerge L Ud.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL.
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7743A

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






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REAL ESTATE
C6018
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
$1 2,000. Available
Immediately. 373-1977.
C6029
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 21
bathroom house with Bahama
room and study on oversized
corner lot. 'Well landscaped
with fruit bearing trees. Sale
price $35,000.00. Low down
payment.
Phone 352-5596 weekends or
weekdays after 5:00 p.m.

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

ELP WANTEDD
C6041
TEACHER needed to instruct
students in Catholic Religion
and Art. Religious education
and teaching certificates and
degree required. Previous
experience desired.
Apply to: Headmistress, Mary,
Star of the Sea School,
Freeport.


HELP WANTED
C10290
JOB TITLE -- Senior Branch
Operation Officer. Applicant
must have full High School
Education G.C.E. '0'
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.

C6038
PLANT OPERATIONS
MANAGER-ENGINEER IN
CHARGE Grand Bahama
Telephone Company has a job
-opening for a qualified Plant
Manager with management and
supervisory skills. Knowledge
of Station/Key/PBX
Installation Repair, C.O.E.,
Engineering, Traffic and
Service Centre Operations.
Must have at least 7 years
practical experience In United
States or Canadian telephone
methods.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone Co.,
Ltd., 2C Kipling Building, P. O.
Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone: 352-9352

Ci0073
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants haoe
several vacanciesfor Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office:
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.


C6031
Three TAILORS, three
DRESSMAKERS required.
Apply to Elegante (Putney
Holding Ltd). P. 0. Box
F-2223, 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
F 531, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTI ES/RESPONSI BILI TI ES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
Inspection and testing of
cement prior to release for
chlpment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6025
PEST CONTROL'
SERVICEMAN required, fully
experienced in rodent, insect
and termite control. Apply in
writing to: Rentokil
International Ltd. P. 0. Box
F-95, Freeport, Grand Bahama

C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
maintenance activities,
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
Inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6001
ASSISTANT SALES &
CONVENTION MANAGER:
Applicant must be presentable,
personable and willing to work
long hours; preferably with
Hotel/Sales and Convention
experience or one year's Sales
Experience.
PART-TIME SECRETARY:
Must have excellent typing and
shorthand skills. Hotel
experience in Sales office
beneficial.
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT TO RESIDENT
INNKEEPER: Must have
thorough knowledge of
Personnel work; must be
familiar with Hotel procedures;
must have excellent typing and
shorthand skills; must have
worked as an Executive
Secretary before; must be a
high school graduate;
Experience in Hotel work
necessary.
For all of the above please
apply to: Miss Stafford,
Personnel Department, Holiday
Inn, P. 0. Box F-.760,
Freeport. a73-1333.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and.
structural steel treating and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0, Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C6040
PILOT AND GENERAL
SUPERINTENDENT
Must have Multi-engine
Instrument Commercial Pilot
Licence, minimum of 1000
hours. Must know all phases of
Construction. Minimum seven
years experience.
Send Resume to: H.J.S.
Enterprise Limited, P. O. Box
F.15S9, Freeport, Grand
Bahanlma


C6028
CHEF At least three years
experience. Bahamian only
need apply.
Contact Mr. Pietrak, Andy's
Pancake House, Ltd., P. O. Box
F-835, E. Sunrise Highway,
Freeport.
C6042
Experienced legal
SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER
able to type at 60 w.p.m. and
take shorthand at 120 w.p.m.,
capable of keeping complete
set of accounts, banking, etc.,
Bahamians only need apply.
Call 352-7425, Freeport.
C7467
JOB TITLE: SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "0" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years In Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL HRPAI RMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment In a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


*


ROLLS-ROYCE
From Page 4
any existing car of the day that
Rolls undertook to sell all the
cars Royce could manufacture.
A satisfied Rolls owner wrote
to the firm: "I may say my car
is a perfect dream. It is so
reliable that I have done away
with my carriages and horses."
The implacable and
unyielding Gothic-grilled
radiator has not changed
basically in all the years. The
size and shutter arrangement
have had a few minor changes
but the solid shape has resisted
tampering since its
introduction on the Silver
Ghost in 1907.
The sleek body of the new
Silver Shadow, with its much
lower line, necessitated p
reduction in height of the
radiator shell. The radiator is
now very similar in size to that
designed in 1904 by Henry
Royce for the first
two-cylinder Rolls.. The
radiator is to this day made
almost exactly as it was over
60 years ago. Virtually all the
work is still done by hand and
many hours are spent polishing
the stainless steel both before
and after assembly.
Time only enhances the
appearance and appeal of a
Rolls, which, unlike most
automobiles, never becomes
stylistically obsolescent.
Rolls died in July 1910 in an
air accident. Royce died in
1933. During his life, Royce
was honoured with a
knighthood for his engineering
achievements. Their work lives
on in the automobile so
painstakingly produced today.
GABOR DIVORCES BROWN
AFTER 12 YEARS.
SANTA MONICA,
CALIFORNIA (AP) Actress Eva
Gabor, 46, divorced director-writer
Richard Brown Monday after 12
years of marriage.
MisM Gabor cited Irreconcilable
differences as rounds for the
divorce In superior court here.
The couple had no children. A
property settlement was arrived at
privately.


C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education 0
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F.100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6032
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
Will be expected to be able to
prepare and develop
accounting systems involved in
the manufacturing operations
of the company. Will be
responsible for completing
monthly financial .statements,
semi-annual budgets, and cash
flow reports for
multi-company, international
operations, in addition to
normal operational accounting
and bookkeeping functions.
Must have a good background
in manufacturing cost
accounting and should be
familiar with profit center
accounting. Must be willing to
assume complete
administrative responsibilities
of operations for short periods,
when necessary.
Those with experience in a
professional accounting office
will be given preference.
Some exposure to medical or
chemical fields desirable.
Salary commensurate with
qualifications. Phone enquiries
will not be accepted.
Bahamians only need apply.
Send resumes to: Personnrl
Director, Cooper Laboratories
International Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2529, Freeport, Bahamas. -


C6030
Three BARBERS required
immediately. Apply to thq
Arcade Barber Shop, P. O. Box
F-758, Freeport.


TOWN AND AROUND :
From Page 5

Munnings who live at Mastic
Point, Andros, and is one of
eleven children, two of whor4
live with him in Nassau and
attend Queen's College.
Mr. Munnings resides with
his wife, Grace, and daughters;
Marsha, four, Meredith, 2, and
Marissa, 3 months, on
Swordfish Road, Stapledon
Gardens and is presently
pursuing a Bachelor's Degree ir(
Economics from Queen'$
University of which he is art
extra mural student.

Students are now pouring
out of schools and colleges for
the long summer break and
many are looking for jobs -
some in vain.
However, Miss Betty Gray of
Coconut Grove, who is
studying business
administration at Fisk
University, let no grass grow,
under her feet on returning
home for the vacation.
Betty is running needlework
classes for men and women
during the summer at A. F:
Adderley High School on Blue
Hill Road every day from 16
a.m. until 9 p.m.
The lessons are of one and a
half hours duration and
interested in designing and/or,
persons interested in designing
and/or making their own.
clothes are invited to come to-
the school at any time during
these hours.
The fees for lessons are $
for ladies and $2 for men. Nov
before anyone gets the idea
that there's any discrimination
at work here, Betty explained
to me that the fact that men's
clothes are more difficult to
make than women's accounts
for the different charges.
In 1969 Betty got a
distinction at Robinson Road
High School in Needlework
and she's been sewing ever
since.


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FOR SALE

FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSC 194
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Lommercial
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
P.O. Box 4068
Peanma City, Florida 32401


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GENERAL TENDENCIES: A beautiful day to
look into the praet eal de of your affairs aad
to orglm them so you have mWe prosperity in the day
ahead. Whe you have my doubt, de't haitate to cossult
with a@ adviser who understands your position.
ARIE (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have the ability to add to
your presat income now, so put your efforts in that
di4ectio. Plan how to budget mee carefully. Keep an a eye
on your assets and cut dow n expenses.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You ae at your dynamic
beat now sd can impress important persons easily now. Show
good friends how much you appreciate them. Take in as many
social events as you can. Improve your image.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Study monetary affairs and
figure out a way to have more abundance in the future. Use
your Intuition which can be helpful at this time. Avoid one
who is detrimental to your progress.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Being with good
friends and finding out how they can help you get ahead is
wise. Get the support you need for worthwhile progress. Show
that you are a dependable person.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can make great progress now
whore your career is concerned, so don't waste a moment of
this precious day. Buy new appliances that can add to present
efficiency. Show that you are a thinker.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You are able to obtain new
facts now which can be helpful to your career. Develop a wiser
philosophy of living. Think along more practical lines than in
the past. Take health treatments.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Go over your financial
accounts and then discuss with those concerned how to make
greater progress in the future. Later forget the mundane and
concentrate on the romantic side of life.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Reach the right decisions
with associates where policy matters are concerned. Any civic
work you need to do should be handled now. More devotion
shown to loved one tonight is wise.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Happiness comes from
work today, so keep busy from early morning at whatever is
most important to your welfare. Improve your appearance.
Make yourself a more dynamic4ooking person.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have been working
very hard and should now think of having fun with good
friends. Showing mate particular devotion is right. Avoid one
who is trying to destroy what you have built up.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) If you handle those
practical chores at home that please kin harmony there will
increase. Try a different approach if you want to gain your
aims, whether personal or in business.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Contact key persons you have
meant to call for some time so that you get business matters
operating more successfully. You have fine ability and can
accomplish a great deal at this time.



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exceptfor the re In eh ct~~o no order the suM. One
hint by the comar T McKAY : The seven and e@mht-letter
words will set you on ve.ur way. Solution on Monday.


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Mr. Charles Lamb. (4
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Split. (4) Journey. (4)
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Huyler of Becks Bees,top


batter in the league
LEAGUE LEADING BIG Q MARKETEERS, who already had
a half game clipped from their three and a half games lead ,
following Becks Bees triumph over Del Jane on Sunday battle to
hold on to their lead when they take on third place Jet Set in the
first game tonight 7 o'clock at the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre.
A costly loss to Schlitz Beer on Monday saw Jet Set tumbling
one and a half games down from Becks with whom they were tied
only late last week.
Schlitz Beer who moved to within a half game of fourth place
Del Jane Saints following the win seek playoff chances when they
meet Paradise Island in the second game at 9:30. A win for the
Brewers will place them tied with the Saints. i
Last night's Jet Set/Schlitz Beer and Heastie Lumber/Del Jane
games were cancelled because of rain.


BATTING STATISTICS: base
A. Huyler
(Becks)
S. Johnson
(Paradise)
F. Taylor
(Becks)
S. Haven
(Becks)
W. Thompson
(Blenders)
V. Albury
(Big Q)
E. Ford
(Del Jane)
S. Humes
(Becks)
E. Moxey
(Big Q)
S. Outten
(Del Jane)


ed on 75 or more times at bat.
ab r h av,
90 32 41 .4:
78 24 31 .3,
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92 24 36 .391 CHARLIE ROBBINS in action with the Kentucky
Colonels during the playoffs against Becks Cougars earlier
82 18 31 .378 this year. Robbins, who was an asset to their championship
victory, leads the Bimini All-Stars Friday in the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball Association's Independence Basketball
91 19 33 .363 Tournament.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


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93 17 31
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PITCHING STATISTICS: (50 or more innings)


W L Inns. s.o.
9 5 65-2/3 59
10 3 89-2/3 67
12 3 86-1/3 94
7 1 53-2/3 51
6 4 50 56


era
1.52
1.561
1.564
1.77
1.80


Cambridge & McKioney star

in track & field eliminations

COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN GAMES hopefla Dwerk
Cambridge ai Andrew McKinney ecaseaptured two firsts in the
men's division last night as the Bahauas Amatsar Athletic
Association went through their final elhminations for the
Independence Track and Field Meet on July 6 at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.


Cambridge, who was
subjected to strong
competition from Sam
Williams of the Ambassadors
Club, won the 880 metres in
2:32.0 and the 1500 metres in
4:17.6. Williams took the 1500
metres from Cambridge during
the last track meet and kept
the place hot in yesterday's
1500 until nearing the finish
when he gave in.
Powerful McKinney showing
good form literally ran off with
the 200 and 400 metres with
times of 22.2 and 47.9
J*' respectively. His closest
competitor in the 400 metres
was Dudley Moxey who came
second nearly twentyfive yards
behind McKinney. Walter
Callender who captured the
100 metres took second in the
200 metres.
The following are the results
of last night's meet: MEN -
S100 metres Walter Callender
10.8; 200 metres Andrew
McKinney 22.2; 400 metres
Andrew McKinney 47.9;
880 metres -- Derek Cambridge
2:32.0; 1500 metres Derek


Cambridge- 4:17.6.
INTERMEDIATE BOYS -
M. Williams 11.2; 400 metres
- L. Turmquest 52.8; 400
metres P. Williamson 50.9;
800 metres E. Saunders -
2:14.4; triple jump L. Miller
- 42ft. 9ins.
INTERMEDIATE GIRLS -
100 metres J. Roberts -
13.7; 400 metres S.
Ferguson 1:3.2.
FIELD EVENTS V.
Vanderpool Long jump -
22ft.; triple jump D. Moxey
- 47ft. 6ins.

FOOTBALL MEETING
THE BAHAMAS American
Football Association holds a
special meeting tomorrow
night 8 o'clock at Deltec Bank.
The publicity programme for
the forthcoming season to
begin on August 1 and players
to be featured in that
programme will be selected.
Plans for the coming season
will also be finalized.


Boston Blackie to fight


Vincente Rondon July 3
THE NEWLY CROWNED West Indies Heavyweight Champ,
Boston Blackie, coming off a decisive victory over the former
West Indies heavyweight champ Carl Baker, tackles the toughest
opponent of his career on July 3 when he meets former light
heavyweight champ of the world Vincente Rondon in a ten
rounder at the A.F. Adderley High Gym.


This bout, which is pro
boxing's contribution to the
Independence Sports
Celebrations, is sponsored by
the Centreville Youth Social
and Cultural Organization
which will receive the entire
profits from the proceeds.
Also featured on the card,
which begins at 8:30 p.m., are
Bahamas Middleweight champ
Rennie Pinder, heavyweight


contender Bob Freeze and
Bahamas number one
lightweight contender Sugar
Ray Sears.
"Boston will be going out to
do what Gomeo Brennen tried
to do and failed," said Boston
confidently.
See tomorrow's Tribune for
an interview with Boston
Blackie who is also the
Bahamas Heavyweight Champ..


POLICE ROYALS All wesme's seeds

NOW TIEO FOR tkhrmt at Wimblehto


FIRST PLACE
S.A.C.A. DAMES jumped on
the Ministry of Education
15-7, 15-9, 8-15 and 15-4 last
night to snap their three game
losing streak and hold a third
place tie with the Paradise
Birds as the Bahamas
Volleyball's 1973 series enters
its half way mark.
The Police Royals, finding
themselves more seasoned in
volleyball, stopped Cold Front
15-12, 15-11 and 16-14 in the
second game last night to win
their sixth game and hold a
first place tie with the
undefeated Wardrobe Stars.
Wardrobe, however, should
easily take sole position of first
place by tomorrow night. They
meet S.A.C.A. Men in the final
game. The undefeated Paradise
Bees, who presently hold an
8-0 record including two
victories over defending league
champs Coke Jets, take on the
Ministry of Education in the
opening game tomorrow 7:00
o clock at the C. I. Gibson
Gym. Second place in the
Commonwealth League B.E.C.
play Prince Williams High in
the second game.


WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND (AP)
- Bullie Jean King started the
defense of her Wimbledon tennis
crown Tuesday at a gentle stroll.
The American star eased her way
past Lucia Bassi of Italy 6-0, 6-2 on
the centre court. It was such a
one-sided affair that the 15,000
fans hardly raised a cheer.
In fact Ladies' Day at
Wimbledon went according to
expectations all along the line. Five
of the women's seeds won without
much difficulty.
The only girl who ever
threatened an upset was 16-year-old
Australian left hander Dianne
Fromholtz who startled the centre
court by taking the first set from
Virginia Wade.
Miss Wade, Britain's leading
woman player, who has a
lamentable record at Wimbledon,
recovered to win 3-6, 6-2, 6-1. But
Dianne, one of a crop of youns
players who have already made
their mark on this famous
tournament, packed a powerful
service and showed she has a lot of
tennis in front of her.
America's Chris Evert, 18,
outgunned Fiorella Bonicelll of
Uruguay 6-3, 6-3 and Brenda Kirk
of South Africa lost to America's
Rosemary Casals 6-0, 6-1.
Australia's Margaret Court, who
is going for the grand slam and
could be Mrs. King's main rival In
the title chase, starts her bid
Wednesday.
More than 24,000 people
thronged the All England Club
which still showed no sign of losing
financially by the walkout of more
than 70 men stars.
Evonne Goolagong of Australia,
number three seed, volleyed well to
beat Betty Stove of the Netherland
6-3., 6-3.
In men's action, Roger Taylor of
Britain, one of the stars who defied
the boycott called by the
Association of Tennis Professionals
(ATP) hit his way past Herald
Ensenbrolch of West Germany 6-3,
6-2. 6-2.
Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia,
seeded No. 2 behind Romania's lMe
Nastase, eliminated Pietro Marzano
of Italy 6-0, 6-4, 6-3.
Owen Davidson of Australia, the
No. 7 seed, won 6-3, 6-4, 6-3
against fellow-Australian Barry


Starts Tonite
8:30 & 12:27


CAHILL U.S.

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and 10:32


'SKIN CAME'


Wmdnem y, Jue 27,1973.


Bimini & Grand Bahama All-Stars


clash in Independice game opener


By GLAD TONBIUETON
AL.LBAHAMAS ANMAEUR BASICETAUL. ASSOCATION'S t. 61m. forwd Ob
Robbl eads the ItkaW Al Sitams i the Gand mlimm Am Stars la tIhe n t e Fdpasy
night 7:30 at the CJ.GIbon Gymatbe B.A.B.A. be Its fkt ronmd of dimiedoeIatos dr
Independence aetbdw TounMamtL


Second place winners ii the
B.A.B.A.'s 1973 series, the
Classic Pros, take on the
Collegians in the second game
at 9 p.m.
On Saturday, the losers of
Friday's first game play the
losers of the second game in
the first game at 7:30 In the
second game Saturday night,
defending Nassau League
champions Becks Cougars meet
Budweiser Eagles.
All Star trophies will be
awarded Friday night, league
championship trophies will
be given out Saturday night and
individual trophies on Tuesday
night. League championship
trophies go to Carter's
Collegians and the Fox Hill
Saints in the junior division
and Becks Cougars and the
Kentucky Colonels in the
senior division.
All teams participating in
the tournament should register
with the secretary of the
B,A.B.A. Mr. Edward Carey no
later than 10 o'clock tomorrow
night at the C. I. Gibson Gym.
This is to allow teams to verify
their rosters, collect admission
cards for team members that
do not at present have players
cards, and lodge complaints
prior to the actual beginning of
the tournament. Also,
tomorrow is the deadline for
teams to submit authorized
releases for players who were
previously associated with
another club on their
Independence Tournament
rosters.
MEDALS FOR PLAYERS
Commemorative medals will
be given to players, coaches
and executives of participating
teams and associations,
excluding the most valuable
player award and the
championship team trophy.
The commemorative medals
will be presented at the time
the individual players are
introduced prior to the games.
The most valuable player and
championship awards will be


presented on July 3.
On Sunday, afternoon at 2
o'clock, the winner of the
Colleguns/Claac Pros pm
wil play the winner of the
Grand Bahama Al Star/BDmn
AN Stars ngam. In the second
game at 4 o'clock the winner
of the Becks Couars/Buda
weiser Eagles game play the
defending B.A.B.A. champions
Kentucky Colonels.
The championship pame will
pit the winners of the July 1
first game against the winner of


the second upm, on Jwy 9.
Also dated for that nilht wI
be a hlf mini-bahetbau ban4
a half glrbs baketballpn sa e
Fox Hill saints Juniors against
Carter's Coeglas, and the
official ceremmiue.


PART OF OUR



HERITAGE


AN EXHIBITION OF THE ART WORKS
OF:



MAX TAYLOR

JINE 2T11 T 31TI

AT VICTORIA ROOM
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
7:30 P.M. 9:30 P.M.

FOR INVESTMENT OR FOR PLEASURE,
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VIEW
THESE UNIQUE AND COLOURFUL
PAINTINGS.


with the strg action
against BACKACHE
and MUSCLE PAINS


BAHAMAS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


CORPORATION

Applications are invited

for the Position

of

ASSISTANT ENGINEER

Out Island Maintenance Department

EDUCATION: High School Education plus a Degree in Electrical
Engineering or a City and Guilds of London Institute Full Technological
Certificate in Telecommunications Engineering. Candidates not having all
necessary qualifications will also be considered.
The successful candidate will be required to travel throughout the
Bahamas to install and repair electronic and radio equipment at BaTelCo
stations and will be based at the Family Island Maintenance Workshop,
Perpall Tract, Nassau.
The salary paid will be within BaTelCo's salary range for Assistant
Engineers $742 $892 per month plus 5% Housing Allowance.
Applications should be addressed to M.S.A. Turner, Assistant General
Manager, Personnel and Industrial Relations, Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation, P. O. Box N3048 to reach him not later than July 6, 1973.


P. Johnson
(Blenders)
D. Taylor
(Becks)
H. Williams
(Schlitz)
F. Sweeting
(Del Jane)
M. Moss
(Del Janet)


bi'~


LI


BAHAMAS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


CORPORATION


has a vacancy for a Bahamian


BUILDING

SUPERINTENDENT


The Coropration needs an Officer to supervise building construction
projects and maintenance of equipment and office buildings.
The applicant should have had three years formal training in building
technology at some recognized school and at least two years practical
experience.
The Officer will be required to travel in the Family Islands and remain
with projects for indefinite periods of time.
Saklry will be dependent upon qualifications and experience and will be
within the Corporation's established pay scales for Engineering personnel.
Applications #tould be submitted to the Assistant General Manager,
personnel and h*ditstl Relations to reach him not later than July 6,
1973.

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