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VOL LXX. No. 181t


Thursday, June 28, 1973


Price: IS Cent


WHILE RAINS HAMPER PROGRESS FOR BIG DAY

ON-JULY 10, SECRETARIAT CHIEF SAYS--




'We'll be ready one






second before celebration





begins on July 4th.'
CONSTRUCT(
in time for the st

THREE CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES have been working since April on the conversion of Clifford Park from fightinguthebadf
a playing field to the focal point of celebrations marking the independence of the Bahamas on July 10. prayer service on


The Independence M.P., is optimistic that the
Secretariat anticipates a crowd preparations will be completed
of 40,000 to 50,000 will "one second before the
converge on the park during celebrations begin" on July 4.
the night of July 9/10. Cavalier Construction
Secretariat chief George Smith, Company is building a


THANKSGIVING Weather

SERVICE AT f

WiSTMINSTER for IndepI
THE INDEPENDENCE _of MANY fOPLE ARE WOND
theBaohamas is to be celebrd1 aN du the July IndepeWnd
in London wi a Thanksr T at sa uMeteorologicaldepend
service tat Weminster Ab Tm Njau .Meteorological
to be attfeded by the Duke oy Department has established a
KeAt as the Queen's trend of July weather compiled
representatiAe. from figures vering a period
The announcement was of 20 years.
made today by the Ministry of The following is not a
External Affairs which' said forecast, however it may
that the morning service on furnish clues s to what
July 10 will be followed by a whether might be expected
mid-day reception at during July.
SMarlhorouq+(Wi +.ll.,tblA. Jully .qNesu is a warm,
evening trre will be a fairly umd 'month, with
flag-raising ceremony at the mainly light to moderate south
Commonwealth Institute and a to southeast winds, an average
reception in the Institute's of nine hours sunshine a day
galleries, and rather variable rainfall
The Commonwealth averaging six inches for the
Institute will also sponsor an month. The chance of being
exhibition featuri'rg the affected by a hurricane or
Bahamas on Independence tropical storm is very slight
Day. indeed.
Attending the Westminster TEMPERATURES:
Abbey service in addition to Highest temperature
the Duke of Kent will be the recorded over 20 years, 92.6
heads of missions in London of degrees F; Mean of daily
the countries invited to the maximum temperatures, 88.4;
Bahamas celebrations and Mean temperature, 81.5; Mean
representatives of of daily minimum
Commonwealth countries in temperatures, 75.5; Lowest
London. temperature recorded over 20
Bahamian students in the yeats, 68.8.
U.K. have been invited to take HUMIDITY:
part in the ceremonies as well Mean dew point, 74.2
as persons in London closely degrees F; Mean relative
associated with the Bahamas. humidity, 78% (normally
A 12-foot flag will be flown varying from 95% at dawn to
-all day July 10 from atop 63% in the afternoon).
Westminster Abbey in honour WIND:
of the occasion. 70% of winds come from
between east and southeast,


Jamaica girl tried to destroy


incriminating note in dope case

By SIDNEY DORSETT
LENA SMITH, a Peach Street switchboard operator charged
with posmeasing 11 Ibs. of marijuana, attempted to destroy a note
telling her not to be surprised at the amount of "grass" after
Customs officers discovered the note and drugs hidden in the
baek of a sofa she had imported from Jamaica on June 8.
Customs officer Gregory "After ripping the lining out
Smith, testifying in court this of the sofa, a quantity of a
morning said that the substance believed to be
22-year-old Jamaican woman, marijuana was found along
along with another woman with a note which read
who appeared to be in her something like this: 'Leave a
fifties and a man had c -me to bag or two for me Jeanne. Me
his section of the ( .stoms and you have to talk. Don't
cargo department to collect bother to look surprised
three pieces of furniture on because you have seen more
June 9. grass than this before. Laugh,
The furniture, a living room laugh.'
suite, had arrived here from "Smith tried to grab the
Jamaica the previous day, he Smith tried to grab the
Jamaica the previous day he note and destroy it, but I held
said. her hand aid told her not to
He said she had signed do so," Customs officer Smith
Customs forms and accepted said.
the responsibility for the He told the court that she
importation of the goods. had no invoice for the goods
Becoming suspicious, however, and he had to make an
he said he spoke to a senior estimate for her before he had
officer who examined the processed the goods. She was
goods in her presence. later found with receipts for
the goods after police were
contacted, he said.
The eleven pounds of
UPHOLSTERED marijuana, packaged in plastic
bags and concealed between
RECUNRS the springs and lining with
S given to police along with the
IIff 3 furniture, Smith said.
NASSAU- PREEPORT tSmith pleaded not guilty to
NASSAU- I the charge.


mammoth canopy to cover half
of the permanent concrete
seating built on the south side
of the park some years ago.
Just over a thousand
dignitaries including HRH



prospects


endence?

DERI P what sort of weather to
ence lAbrations.
and~~8% from between
northeast and south.
80% of winds are of speed
11.5 per hour or less, and the
chance of sustained winds over
24 miles per hours is negligible.
SUNSHINE
Mean duration of sunshine is
nine hours per day, with the
mean for the month in
individual years varying
from 6.3 to 10.8 hours. There
is a 57% chance on any one
day of having more than nine
hours sunshine, a 23% chance
of having six to nine hours
sunshine, a 12% chance of
having three to six hours
sunshine and an 8% chance of
having less than three hours.
RAINFALL:
The average rainfall for the
month is six inches, and over
the last twenty years the
monthly totals have varied
from 1.3 of 14.5 inches. There
is a 20% chance that rainfall in
any one July will be more than
7.5 inches, and a 20% chance
that it will be less than three
inches. Normally, there is no
particular pattern of rainfall
throughout the day, i.e., it is as
likely to occur during the night
as during the day. On the
average, some rain will fall on
half the days during the
month, and the number of
hourly periods during which
rain falls is 1 per day.
HURRICANES:
Based upon the experience
of the past 87 years, the
chance of Nassau experiencing
hurricane conditions any time
in July is about 1%.
SUNRISE AND SUNSET
Sunrise varies from 6:24
a.m. on July Ist to 6:37 a.m.
on July 31st, while sunset
varies from 8:04 p.m. on July
Ist. to 7:55 p.m. on July 31st.
(Eastern Daylight Time).

IOY 13) KILLED

IN SI.. OAD


A THREE-year-old West
End boy became Grand
Bahama's fifth traffic fatality
of the year when he died in an
accident on the West End main
road on Tuesday.
Young Mario Dean a
pedestrian, was killed when he
was reportedly knocked down
at about 5:45 p.m. by car
F8114, which was being driven
at the time by Cyril H. Louis,
also of West End.
At this time of year in 1972,
Grand Bahama had recorded
nine road deaths.
P.M. CHECKS BAHAMASAII
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling and Minister of
Tourism Clement T. Maynard
were present at a special
reception for Bahamasair at
Nassau International Airport at
4 p.m. today.
Legislators, Government
officials and representatives of
various airline regulatory
agencies were present to
inspect Bahamassir's facilities
and equipment.
The reception was held in
the pre-clearance lounge.


Prince Charles, the Prince of
Wales and Queen Elizabeth's
personal representative at the
celebrations, and the
representatives of over 59
foreign countries will be
seated under the canopy for
the pre-independence
celebrations late on the night
of July 9, and for the
flag-raising ceremony at 12:01
a.m. on July 10.
FINAL STAGES
Four sets of 20-tier
temporary bleachers, each able
to seat 1,250 people, are in the
final stages of erection around
the centre of the park. That
work is being done by the
International Supply
Company.
Mr. Smith said passes will be
issued to the general public for
bleacher seating to ensure
orderliness, but the method of
distribution has not yet been
finalised.
Altogether, there will be
seating at Clifford Park for
about S0QO people.
Also nearly complete is a
large stage on the north side of
the field. The stage will be used
for the Bahamas Christian
Council's ecumenical service on
Sunday, July 8, and for a
musical and cultural
presentation and prayer service
on July 9 shortly before the
flag-raising.
Multi-storey light towers
have also been erected.
Workers today set into its
base in the centre of the field
the 42-foot flagpole up which
the Bahamas' new black, gold
and aquamarine flag will be
raised just after midnight, July
9.
The park facilities are also
scheduled for use for a youth
rally on the morning of July
10.
A rehearsal for the rally this
morning came off with none of
the confusion, which had
marked an earlier rehearsal on
Tuesday.
On Tuesday over 4,000
school students turned out for
the rally, and the organising
committee had expected only
about 3,300. In an emergency
meeting Tuesday afternoon the
committee decided to limit
participation to 50 students
from each of the 66 schools.


Bill Riusk's wife

lies suiddily

MRS. Phyllis Rush, 46, died
suddenly yesterday morning at
her home Towerleigh, Eastern
Road.
She is survived by her
husband, William J. Rush; her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Johnson and one daughter,
Karen 10.
Mr. and Mrs Johnson, who
were in the United States,
returned to Nassau today.
Mrs. Rush was the
granddaughter of the late Hon.
W. C. B. Johnson, and the
family traces its history back
to the early settlers of Harbour
Island.
R Following their marriage in
1959, Mr. and Mrs. Rush
travelled extensively, living in
the United States, Switzerland,
where their daughter was born,
and England, before returning
permanently to the Bahamas in
1964.
A memorial service will
be conducted 4 p.m. Friday at
Trinity Methodist Church.
The family has requested
that in lieu of flowers
donations be given in
commemoration of Mrs.
Rush to the donor's favourite
charity.


upper right.


)N WORKERS are still busy rushing to complete works at Clifford Park
art of the independence celebrations on July 4. But at present they are
weather. In the foreground is the canopy to cover over 1,000 dignitaries,
t is the stage to be used for a musical and cultural presentation and a
the night of July 9. One of the park's four new 1,250-seat bleachers is at
PHOTO: Phillip Symonette.


Health Minister slams Chamber



president's remarks on blood bank

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESIDENT Holland G. Smith was accused in the House
yesterday of making statements concerning the blood bank and the hospital that were, in the
words of Health Minister Loftus Roker: "incorrect in every aspect."


MP's resolution on Speaker


dies for want of seconder

THE ABSENCE OF A SECONDER Wednesday forced Marsh
Harbour representative Errington Watkins to abandon his bid to
have a special constituency created for the Speaker of the House.


Mr. Watkins' resolution
.-would have placed the
Speaker's seat above ptftisan
politics and not subject to
being contested by any party.
"It is only right in an
independent Bahamas that the
Speaker of the Chamber be at
all times impartial," Mr.
Watkins said. Human nature
being what it was, any Speaker
who was a member of a
political party owed allegiance
to that party even if the whip
was withdrawn.
He pointed out that the time
might come when the House
was more evenly balanced than
at present, and the Speaker
might be called on to make a
casting vote.
"One would only expect
that he will cast his vote with
his party," Mr. Watkins said.
GOOD GRACE
"If the Speaker is alligned
with a political party his seat as
Speaker depends on the good
grace of that party and
particularly if that party is the
government."
Mr. Watkins did not feel the
Speaker should be placed in
such a position. "He should be
a completely independent
member of this body. Then no
one can say he had to vote that
way because he was a member
of a political party."
Dismissing a Guardian
editorial about the possibility
of a Speaker in perpetua, Mr.


Watkins said members if
dissatisfied with their Speaker
could dispense with him
through a vote of no
confidence.
"I don't have anything
against the present occupant of
the chair because I feel he has
always been and appeared to
be a man of honour, but life is
very uncertain and he may not
be here very long, and whoever
succeeds him may not be a
man of his calibre," Mr.
Watkins declared.
ARAWAK CAY
He recommended either
Arawak Cay or Paradise Island
as the prospective constituency
for the Speaker, as he did not
think any large amount of
voters should be deprived of
representation.
At present, with Culmerville
representative Arlington Butler
in the chair, Mr. Watkins said
he did not feel the district was
being represented. "This is the
reason for this particular
resolution. There is no ulterior
motive behind it at all."
Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna, when he saw no
one seconding Mr. Watkins'
resolution, said he would like
to do so, but part of it was
unconstitutional.
The Speaker suggested Mr.
Watkins try again at a later
date when he had taken out
the unconstitutional portions.


Hanna praises Opposition


ALTHOUGH the Opposition
was a small one, "it represents
a useful part of the Bahamian
community that we ought not
to ignore," Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna
observed in the House
yesterday.
Mr. Hanna was commenting
on the fact that it was the last
meeting of the House under
a colonial administration. He
noted that the segment
represented by the Opposition
FNM "speaks with some
authority and has a sizeable
following. The fact that it was
leaderless at this time should
not fool anyone because it
represented a following that
should not be ignored".
The Deputy Prime Minister
called on both sides to put
aside their differences and
work towards making
independence a success.
At the same time he
congratulated the Opposition
for the manner in which they
had conducted themselves "in
an attempt for all of us to
build an independent Bahamas.
"I know we have had
our ups and down with the
Opposition. They have


criticized us and we them, but
they were intelligent enough to
realize independence were not
a party issue but belonged to
all of us," he said.
This augured well for the
future that although
disagreeing on domestic and
sometimes external policy,
both parties could still put the
national interest first.
Mr. Hanna however,
dismissed Marsh Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins as "sitting down and
plotting against his own
country," for his part in the
Abaco separatist movement.
"It was the most heinous
thing I have ever seen in my
lifetime," Mr. Hanna declared.


Speaking on the
adjournment motion, Mr.
Roker referred to an address
made by Mr. Smith at the
annual general meeting of the
Chamber on May 16. Excerpts
of the speech appeared in The
Tribune on May 19.
Mr. Roker said he had
waited this long to bring up the
matter because he had hoped
Mr. Smith would have
corrected it before this.
In his address Mr. Smith said
that the Chamber had in April
turned down a proposal to
assist the Blood Bank in a
fund-raising drive for a
$10,000 bloodmobile because
it was not satisfied with past
results when it had tried to
help the Blood Bank.
Another problem mentioned
by Mr. Smith was the difficulty
in trying to get acceptance for
a proposal to assist the
Ministry of Health in equipping
the hospital extension through
a public subscription scheme.
NO LIST
"Nor were we able to get a
list of equipment which would.
be needed for the hospital
extensions under progress. On
both of these the committee
was given a definite 'hold' by
the Ministry." Mr. Smith said.
Commented Mr. Roker: "I
wouldn't like to think Mr.
Smith is trying to get at the
Ministry of Health through his
position. If there is any
honesty left in him I would ask
him to correct that statement."
According to the Minister he
had asked for a copy of Mr.
Smith's speech after reading
the press report. "He must
have known why I wanted it,
because he sent a covering
letter saying that the
comments had been taken out
of context."
After reading the speech he
had to admit that "this was
one occasion when I
considered that the newspaper
report was correct."
Mr. Roker said that the
Chamber president had been
told by that organization's
committee afterwards that his
statement was incorrect and
they had resigned as a result.
"But he did not correct the
statement and led people to
think that the Ministry of
Health was not doing
something that was in the
interest of the public.
The Chamber's Hospital
Committee chairman Brian
Free and the committee had
not been aware Mr. Smith was
making such a statement, and
had written the president and
sent a copy of the letter to
him. Mr. Roker said.
"If Mr. Smith is honest, he
will now correct those
statements." he added.


S,6 writ filed against ad. agency


T HE INTERNATIONAL
Herald Tribune, based in Paris,
has filed suit against
Trans-Atlantic Marketing
Partners Ltd. claiming
$5,313.41 as monies payable
by Trans-Atlantic for
advertisements placed in that
newspaper between April 6 and


BOARD WILL

MEET PARENTS

OF ST. ANDREW'S

ON SATURDAY
THE BOARD of St.
Andrew's School plans to make
its first statement regarding the
dismissal of headmaster John
Chaplin at a meeting with
parents to be held at the school
Saturday at 3 p.m.
Board chairman William
liolowesko today denied
reports he had said he would
first see St. Andrew's closed
before re-instating Mr. Chaplin.
"I have certainly never said
that and I think The Tribune
should check out the sources
before jumping into print with
things like this."
M r. Michael Stewart,
chairman of the parents'
committee, said Mr.
Hlolowesko telephoned him
Tuesday night and gave him
two possible times for the
meeting with parents: 3 p.m.
Saturday or 6 p.m. Monday.
While the Saturday
afternoon time was "very
inconvenient," Mr. Stewart
said, the earlier time was
chosen "in the interests of
getting this done as soon as
possible."
In addition, he pointed
out, Mr. Chaplin was told by
the Board to begin
pre-retirement leave from June
30 Saturday-and the parents
want to resolve the issue while
Mr. Chaplin is still headmaster.
Mr. Chaplin was advised on
June 18 that his appointment
as headmaster would not be
renewed. lie had served as
headmaster at St. Andrew's for
19 years.
The parents asked to meet
with the Board to get an
explanation for Mr. Chaplin's
termination of contract. Mr.
Chaplin -is. alU expected to,
attend Saturday's meeting, and
will reply to the Board's
statement.

U.S. MOVE HURTS

OUR FARMERS
THE U.S. Government on
Wednesday imposed an
immediate embargo on the
export of soybeans and
cottonseed, which are widely
used in animal feeds, and the
effect on local farmers is likely
to be to "knock us for six," a
spokesman for the Farmers'
Association said today.
The U.S. will announce on
Monday the quantities of
soybeans and cottonseed,
which will be available for
shipment overseas.
The restriction on exporting
the feed ingredients from the
U.S. is intended to reduce
demands on the total supplies
and thus reduce the U.S. costs
of animal feed, and
consequently lower food prices
for American shoppers.
The limitation on exports
will probably result in an
increase in the cost of exported
feed, the farmers' spokesman
said today.
He said both pigs and
poultry are fed a mixture
consisting primarily of high
protein soybeans, cottonseed
and corn.
If supplies of commercial
feeds are cut off by the U.S.
embargo, he said, local farmers
will have to either mix their
own feed, or resort to oats or
swill.
Cattle are grazing animals
and do not need commercial
feeds.
But there are hundreds o0
thousands of chickens and over
6,000 pigs on Bahamian farms,
and almost all live on
commercial feeds containing
soybeans and cottonseed.
The two staples are also
ingredients in a number of


other products, including
certain types of cooking and
vegetable oils.
U.S. feed prices have
skyrocketed from $7 to $1 1
for 100-pound bags here since
November as a result of a
soybean shortage and limited
supplies of fuel for drying the


August 29, 1972.
The advertisements are listed
as being placed on behalf of
the International Monetary
Fund.
The writ was filed by Hilp
and Johnson, and was served
on Mr. Anthony White of
Trans-Atlantic.


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W WAN FS TO RECANT HIS STORY
WASHINGTON (AP) Former Presidential council John Dean return
to h witness stand at the Senate Waterate hearing today. And he'i
expected to face the sharpest attempts yet to undermine his testimony an
a Wlarpo Affak.
T Whie Hour has cuast Dean as the mastermind and chief actor of the
Watrgtes cove w p. But throughout yesterday sometime Intus
creb 4lnastion, Dene refused to recant his story of how the Prideal
ad M sides weeu ftdly aware of the lengthy and elaborate cover-up. Doem
mabtelned he w always the messenger and never the master of
conspiracy to conceal the truth. (e SEE STORY THIS PAGE)


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HOUEE WHOLDS NIXON'S VETO ON CAMBODIA
WASHINGTON (AP) The House, s expected, has upheld President
Nixon's veto of legislation to halt U.S. bombing of Cambodia. The Houe
could not muter enough votes for the two-tird* necessary to override
veto. The Home vote today to override was 241 to 173. Senate majority
leader Mike Mansfield vows to offer the same amendment again and again,
until In Msi words the will of the people prevalls.
The vetoed measure's chief sponsor, Democratic Senator Thomas
Eagleton of Missouri, says: "If we back down on this, then we -m
indirectly authorizing a war in Cambodia which the people don't want."
The next test probably will come on a so-called continuing resolution that
contains funds for several federal agencies. The House already has e approved
an anti-bombing amendment to it, and the Senate is expected to do
likewise later this week.
in vetoing the anti-bombing measure etwer In the day, President Nixon
sad it would cripple or destroy chances for an effective negotiated
settlement In Cambodia.
NORTHERN IRELAND GOES TO THE POLLS
BELFAST (AP) Northern Ireland's electorate voted Thursday to elect
a provincial assembly seen by many as their k last chance for peace amid
sporadic bombings.
Guerrillas bombed two taverns in country towns, Toomebridge 20 miles
west of Belfast and Creagh near the border with the Irish Republic.
Theren were no casualties, but the explosions underlined the shadow of
violence that hung over the polling. Twenty-five persons have booeen killed
and nearly 80 bombs have exploded In the three weeks of campaigning
before the crucial elections.
One of those victims, prominent Catholic politician Senator Paddy
Wlbon, brutally stabbed to death by assassins with a Protestant woman
two days ago, was buried as voters filled In their ballots.
Hundreds of people walked through the city behind his coffin. His
widow, Brittet, had to be supported by two friends as she led the funeral
procession after a crowded service led by Dr. William Philbin, Catholic
bishop of Connor and Down.
A letter bomb, the fifth detected in the province In three days, was
intercepted in a Belfast postal sorting office and defused. It was addressed
to the Belfast Secretary of the British Legion, the ex-servicemen's
organization.
NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL IN JAMAICA
KINGSTON, JAMAICA (AP) Florlsel Augustus Glasspole, 64, a
veteran Parlimentarian and trade unionist, was sworn in as
Governor-General of Jamaica at a ceremony at King's House Wednesday
evening.
Glasspole is the second native Governor-General to be appointed since
Jamaica became independent In 1962. He succeeds Sir Clifford Campbell,
who retired last March.
Glaespole, by decision of the Cabinet and Parliament, will not be
knighted but the Order of the Nation a new Jamaican honour specially
creased for Governor-General was bestowed on him.
Gleapole, who was first elected to the House of Representatives in 1944
and has been a member ever since, was one of the longest serving Members
of Patlament in Jamaica.
SHANNON & DUBLIN AIRPORTS CLOSED
SHANNON, IRELAND (AP) Ireland's three major international
airports were closed Thursday after a five-dasyold strike by security men at
Shannon spread to Dublin and Cork.
The wildcat strike, plus a looming walkout by air traffic controllers at
the tree fields, threw Ireland's transatlantic tourist business into chaos.
All fNghts to and from North America were suspended.
Alrlites using the Irish airports diverted flights to Manchester, England,
and planned to carry passengers to and from Ireland by ferry and rail
Sough Liverpool.
The Shannon security men walked out over demands for more staff and
more money. Talks with the Irish airport authority broke down Wednesday
night and security men in at the other two airports joined the stoppage.
Until thn, hannon flights had been diverted to Dublin and Cork.
A ST mER OWNsHMB
fKYO, JUNE 21 (AP) China announced today it tested a hydrogen
bob for defense purposes and to break the "nuclear monopoly" of the
The Peking Radio announced it was China's first confirmation of the
explosion over the western part of the Chinese mainland Wednesday that
severaother countries hadaalready detected.
By superpowers, China meant the Soviet Union and the United States.
The Chinese let ws set off juttfive days after the U.S-Soviet summit
agreement aimed at preventing nuclear war.
CARIBBAN INVESTMENT CORPORATION FORMED
KINGSTON, JAMAICA (AP) An agreement was signed today
eeb ng Caribbean Investment Corporation new regional financial
amInstituton ed principally at aiding industrial development in leo
developed terriorles.
Captlalld at EC $15 million (Eastern Caribbean currency) the
corpor n is being supported by Jamaica to tihe extent of $1 million
dollar spread out over five-.yea period.
It will be supported by funds from regional governments in the amount
of 60 per cnut. Minster of Industry and tourism, P. J. Patterson, signed the
pesmeont Wednesday at a brief ceremony at the ministry. He was assisted
by Walte Burke, director of general services and administration of the
Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat, who came to Jamaica for
the purpose.
Pettealsonso signed at sam time a document of hmnoniation of fiscal
ncentlive to ndusry in the region which Is another apnement reached by
ml1ber countlri of tim proposed Caribbean Community and the
Caribbean Common Market.
PRENCH GOLD SNUFF BOXES AUCTION BY CHRISTIES
SLONDON (AP) A collection of French g sauff boxes put up for
auction by Bolivian tin maonimei J. Ortis-Pano was sold Wednesday for
316,623 pounds, or 791,"62 dollar at Chrte'so% the London art dealers.
The Ihest pris was 39,000 pounds, or 0.,710 dolls, paid by an
ualdentfled private buyer for an early Lous XV oval box made in Paris in
1753 by master goldsmith Noel Hardlvilers.
Ort-Pdtino collected the boxes over I yes from Europe and the
United States. They have been In the miolore'ols SwIs home for some
time end as considered one of the ftinest prlvately-owned collections in the
worlFd.
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LONDON (AP) Four persons wae stabbed Wednesday, three of them
erolys when a man wielding a diew of mirror g ra amok in the
sMeOss iMgo. es of Loadon's eamy disMles.
im ad of ol cmen overpowered am, believed to be an Arab, and
halmed of for questioning,
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a rmangelr pieo of -gla about IS Indes long, ran wildly through the
The i a th e vetims wee stabbed tin the abdomen and had to be taken
to hospital for treatment Tl fourth we sved by his wallt.
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WASHINGTON (AP) The
Dun III the prinpal act.
Wednesday and bmitted what
crourexamination of Mr. Dean
States."
The list of accusations from
the White House was read to
Dean by Senator Daniel K.
Inouye, (Democrat-Hawaii).
"All of us agree the President is
entitled to his day in court,"
Inouye said.
Dean commented on each of
the White House statements,
which were not in the form of
questions.
Dean testified earlier he gave
President Nixon no specifics
about the Watergate cover-up
last Sept. 15 but felt the
President knew because "this
was the hottest issue that was
going on in the campaign.
The ousted White House
counsel also made public what
he called a "political enemies
list," maintained by the White
House, including a
memorandum that discussed
"how we can use the available
federal machinery to screw our
political enemies."
PLEADS GUILTY
As Dean continued his
non-stop testimony to the
Senate Watergate committee
for the third day, a former
Nixon re-election official gave
the unfolding story a surprise
turn by pleading guilty to
conspiring to obstruct justice.
Frederick C. Larue made the
surprise appearance and plea in
U.S. district court, waiving his
right to grand jury indictment.
While Dean. said he had
always stood ready to repay
the 4,850 dollars he used
personally, he conceded under
questioning that there was not
enough money in his account
to cover a check with which he
replaced the funds.
Senator Edward J. Gurney,
(Republican-Florida), said
Dean's use of the money was a
crime, suggested it was
embeztlement. Dean's lawyer
said that was unfair; Dean
himself said it had not
occurred to him that use of the
money might be criminal.
Dean testified that he had
told Nixon directly earlier this
year about the Watergate
cover-up. By late March, he
said, it was becoming evident
to Nixon "that I wasn't playing
the cover-up pme any more."
NOT DIRECTLY
But Dean acknowledged
under Gurney's questioning
that when he met with Nixon
last Sept. 15, he did not
directly discuss the Watergate
cover-up. He said that while no
specifics were discussed, the
contact of the conversation left
him with the impression that
Nixon knew about it then.
Dean is expected to return
to the hearings Thursday for a
fourth day of testimony.
Gurney said Dean's charge
that Nixon had no knowledge
of the cover-up late last
summer seemed based only on
an impression.
Dean, the presidential
lawyer who was discharged
April 30, was questioned in
detail by Gumrney about as
meeting with- Nixon, Sept. 15,
when indictments of the
Watergate seven were handed
down.
Nixon's chief of staff, H. R
(Bob) Haldeman and domestic
adviser John EhrUchman, wern
at the meeting.
Gurney confronted Dean
with a series of detailed
questions about the Sept. IS
meeting, which included the
then-White House counsel, and
presidential aides H. R
Haldeman and John D
Ehrilchman.
That is the first point a
which Dean has said he hat
first-hand knowledge tha
Nixon was aware of campaign
and official involvement in thu


Watergate wiretapping and
cover.
Gurney: "It was at tha
meeting that you felt thi
President knew all abou
Water7e. ..?"
DEAN'S ASSUMPTION
Dean: "I would say this
when I came in, th
indictments had been
announced, it was a very
cordial circumstance. Th
President asked me to sit down
and told asme that Bob had tol
him what I'd been doing. H
expreased appreciation for it .-
you can tell when you
Talking to the Presiden
whether he. understand c
De has testified that s
that time, he was deeply
involved in the cover-up, a
had been report t
Heldeme and Bhrlithman.


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Lu1J. iJAaUA WASHINGTON (AP) -
Frederick C. Larue, senior
official of President Nixon's
o V er re-election committee, pleaded
guilty Wednesday in U.S.
. Rosenthal district court to a charge of
White Hoe 11 Js W. conspiring to obstruct justice.
White House lbeed Lame, a wealthy Mississippi
r in the Waterpte r oilman, made a surprise
a Senator called "a substitute for appearance before judge John
by the President of the United J. Sirica and waived his right to
grand jury indictment.
Gurney asked for specifics The single charge was
about the conversation. Dean brought by a special Watergate
said it included a discussion of prosecutor who described
the Watergate criminal case, in Laure as "very cooperative
which seven men had been with the government to this
indicted, about civil suits filed point"
in connection with the Sirica deferred sentencing
wiretapping, and about until after any other
prospects for a house defendants are tried.
investigation. The conspiracy charges
Dean said the meeting lasted carry a maximum penalty of
30 to 40 minutes, five years in prison and-or a
Gurney asked whether there 10,000-dollar fine.
was discussion of specifics Information presented by
about the Watergate cover-up, the prosecutor alleged that
"Given the fact that he told Larue conspired with unnamed
me I had done a good job," individuals to impede the
Dean said he assumed Nixon investigation of the Watergate
was pleased with what had break-in.
been done to keep the 'It charged that Larue and
Watergate case from being others "would and did
linked to the administration, participate in meetings to
Gurney: "How can you say develop and prepare false,
that the President knew all deceptive and misleading
about these things from a testimony to be given to the
simple observation by him that Federal Bureau of
Bob tells me you've done a Investigation, the U.S.
good job ...? attorney's office, the grand
Dean: "... this was the jury and ultimately, to the U.S.
hottest issue that was going on district court:"
in the campaign ... I can't The information said that
believe the fact that we were Larue and others "would and
going to contain this matter did covertly acquire, transmit,
would totally escape the distribute and pay cash funds
President's attention. It was to for the benefit" of the original
me a confirmation and a seven Watergate defendants
compliment that I had done "for the purpose of concealing
this ..." the identities of other
Gurney: "Did he say that participants in the violations
Bob has been telling me charged in said indictment and
everything you've been the scope of these and related
doing ...? activities."
NOT QUIBBLING Larue earlier was reportedly
Dean: "We're quibbling over under federal grand jury
words ... investigation concerning
Gurney: "No, we're not receipt of $70,000 from funds
quibbling over words, we've that financed the wiretapping
talking about something very of Democratic national
important... headquarters and for
Dean: "... my mind is not a obstructing justice in the initial
tape recorder ... it does recall Watergate probe.
impressions very well. The He has been identified in
impression I have welli thal public testimony as havingA
he told me that' Bob had been been in on approving plahs to'
reporting to him what I had wiretap the Democratic
been doing ... headquarters at the Watergate
Gurney: "Your whole thesis Hotel complex.
in saying that the President Larue reportedly also
knew about Watergate on Sept.' directed destruction of records
15 is purely an impression? at President Nixon's re-election
Dean: "Senator, I don't have committee offices that could
a thesis. I'm reporting the facts have connected the committee
as I recall them to this, with the Watergate affair.
committee. IN CHARGE OF SOUTH
Dean testified Wednesday Lame, 44, a wealthy
that he helped raise money to Mississippi oilman who has
buy silence from the Watergate divided his time between
burglars because "I was Jackson and Washington, was
concerned at that time that in charge of the south for
this thing would lead directly Nixon's 1968 presidential
to the President" campaign which Mitchell ran
He said Nixon's personal nationwide.
lawyer, Herbert W. Kalmbach, Later Laure worked as an
was fully briefed on the unpaid consultant for the
cover-up plot when he agreed White House. His duties there
to raise the money. Kalmbach were never officially explained.
has admitted to government In January, 1972 Larue
auditors that he secretly raised joined Nixon's re-election
210,000 dollars and paid it committee as an unpaid special
through intermediaries to the assistant.
wiretap defendants and their The information read in
lawyers. court today listed the
KNEW FROM START following overt acts:
Dean said Kalmbach told "On or about June 19,
him later that he thought he 1972, in the District of
was raising money for: Columbia, Fred C. Larue and
humanitarian reasons, but others unnamed herein met at
Dean said Kalmbach knew the apartment of a
from the start, on June 19,, co-conspirator unnamed herein
1972 that the money was and agreed to destroy or cause
intended to buy silence from to be destroyed certain
Sthe wiretappers. incriminating records relating
"Mr. Kalmbach had no to the break-in at the
e difficulty at all understanding Watergate office of the
that this money was for Democratic national
sileao," Dean said. "If it was committee."
to be done openly, why not The break-in was two days
put this on the campaign earlier. Prosecutor James
e expenditures?" Neally identified those records
S Dean read to the Senate as wiretap logs or transcripts.
committee documents to "On or about July 19, 1972
support his charges that the in the District of Columbia
White House kept an "enemies Fred C. Larue delivered a sum
t list" of politicians, newsmen, of money in cash to Herbert M.
d union officials and Kalmbach in an office of dtl
t businessmen. old executive office building.
W ATEilATE "on or about July 26, ain
e in the District of Columbia,


d AT A G LA CE Fred C. Larue delivered a sum
lA -"LHWA of money in cash to Herbert.
t WHITE HOUSE A White Kalmbach.
e House statement Wednesday' "Prior to Aug 9, 1972 Ln the
t accused John W. Dean District of Columbia, Fred M.
former presidential counsel Larue and others unnamed
of masterminding the herein, attended meetings on
' Watergate cover-up, at least in the fourth floor of 1701,
S part to coAeal his own Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., where
actions. Jeb S. Magruder's false,
7 DEAN- Dean told the Senate misleading and deceptive
* investigating committee of a statement previously made to
* White House "enemies list" the federal bureau of
and applied copies of memos investigation was further
that indicated the White House d"iscue 1, 1d.
e prepared to "use the available "On or about Aug. 16, 1972
r federal machinery to screw our In the District of Columbia,
t political enemies." J.B.S. Magruder gave false,
S MITCHELL The deceptive and misleading
MITCHBLL The testimony to the grand jury."
it t*mony of former Atty. Magder, former deputy\
y Gen. John N. Mitchell before chief of Nixon's re-election
d the committee, originally campaign, has told the Senate
o scheduled for this week, was Watergte committee he had
postponed until July 10. lied to federal investigators.


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union officials and buasiemnen.
The White House challenged
Dean to say whether he leaked
secret testimony about
Watergate as part of a strategy
seeking immunity from
prosecution for his own role in
the case.
That question was not put
to Dean immediately.
Dean gave the Senate's
Watergate Committee one
memorandum, dated June 12,
1972,' in which then
presidential counselor Charles
W.. Celsn said ',:tax aaudit
should be ordered against
Harold J. Gibbons, a vice
president of the Teamsters
Union whom Colson
considered an all-out Nixon
enemy.
Others marked by the White
House as enemies included
columnist Jack Anderson,
former NBC newsman Chet
Huntley, Democratic Party
chairman Robert Strauss, who
was then party treasurer, and
Columbus, Ind., businessman J.
Erwin Miller, a liberal
Republican campaign donqr.
In one of the memorandums
dated Nov. 17, 1972, Colson
said he had information from
an informer that Anderson had
been in a room with wiretap
equipment in connection with
the columnist's investigations
of the late Sen. Thomas J.
Dodd, Democrat of
Connecticut.
Sen. Edward J.; Garney,
Republican of Florida, probed
with a series of questions about
the extent of Dean's own
involvement in the planning of
the Watergate wiretapping.
Gurney asked why Dean
hadn't reported to the
President when Liddy first
proposed a $1-million scheme
to use wiretapping,
prostitution, kidnapping and
mugging as part of the
President's re-election
campaign.
Dean said he had objected to
the plan, assumed it would die


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BEFPAST (AP) Northe Irhelad's bomb'attered election
camp ea Id a climax Wedeseday wkh farear Prime
Miniater Irisa Pwskner flihti for his potlal life.
Faulkner's Unionist Party, campaign to bomb the North
for half a century the into a United Ireland.
dominant force in the A United Ireland has always
province, was deserted at the been anathema to northern
last ditch by leaders of the Protestants fearful of
Ornge Order, the powerful domination by the Republic's
Proteitant Freemasonry which Roman Catholic majority.
traditionally has been its Many Protestants see a Council
strongest ally. otf Irelanl as the first step in
Orange leaders instead urged that direction.
their members to vote for The Rev. Martin Smyth,
anti-Faulkner candidates grand master of the Orange
opposed to Britain's plans for Order, issued a statement
sharing power between urging voters to support
Protestant and Roman candidates who reject the
Catholic. Council of Ireland idea. His
S The electorate in the statement was backed by the
troubled province votes black Institution, an Inner elite
Thursday to choose a 7&-seat of the Order.
Provincial Assembly The effect of the Orange
supplanting the Protestant- es action could be to
-dominated Parliament which swing sport toward the
Britain dissoled"Loyalist coalition" led by
The British intend the new William Craig and the Rev. Ian
assembly should take some ofPaisley. They are hardline
the heat off the sectarian Protestant militants who want
feuding which over the past no part of sharing power with
four years has cot ore than Northern Ireland's Catholic
800 lives, minority.
800 lives. -Faulkner hit back with a
As a next step they hope to statement saying he stands by
set up a Council of Ireland to his party's support for an
foster co-operation between all-Ireland Council provided
Northern Ireland and the Dublin formally recognizes
Dublin-based Republic. The Northern Ireland's position as
British hope this Council will art of the United Kingdom.
undermine the outlawed Irish The voting will be held
Republican Army's guerrilla under massive security.


DEAN DISCLOSES WHITE

HOUSE 'ENEMIES LIST'
WASHINGTON (AP) Ousted presidential counsel John W.
Dean III Wednesday read documents to support his charges that
the White House kept an "Enemies List" of politicians, newsmen,


LONDON (AP) Howard
Hughes, American billionaire
recluse, left the sanctuary of
his blacked-out London
penthouse early today to dash
to Belgium and back to solve a
pressing problem renewal of
his viaitor's visa so he can stay
on in Britain.
The night-time flight in a
chartered executive jet got
Hughes a six-month visa when
he touched down on British
soil again before dawn.
Hughes' previous permit, a
three-month extension to the
visa he was granted when he'-
flew here Dec. 27 from
earthquake-shattered
INicaragua, expired at midnight.
There was speculation
Wednesday about what the
publicity-shy tycoon would do'
when the visa expired.
Hughes left his fortress-like
penthouse atop the nine-floor
Inn at the Park Hotel in
Central London before
midnight and drove to
rainswept Stansted Airport
outside the city.
There he boarded the
chartered jet and zipped across
the English channel to oostend
after a brief stopover, he flew
back to Stansted with the visa
problem solved.
The home office, which
handles visa matters, said
Thursday "Mr. Hughes arrived
in the United Kingdom this
morning and was admitted for
six months on a visitor's visa."
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Thursday, June 28. 1973.


he Wrtibunt
NmLUs Amacnm JumAm IN VZ0XA MACaM
Be Bound To Swear To The Dogma Of N/o Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PublU&aer/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH. O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
PubMuser/EdUtor 1917.1972
Contretburtv dtwr 1972.-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Se., B.A.. LL.B..
Publear/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


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Thursday, June 28, 1973.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, May 31. We could not have timed our visit to
England better. So many interesting things are happening right
now.
We heard the news of the engagement of Princess Anne to Lt.
Mark Phillips just before we boarded a plane at Philadelphia for
the flight to London. We arrived in time for the news to be given
in great detail in the London newspapers.
The news didn't come as a surprise to anyone but it has been
given full play by the newspapers. This is a popular romance, a
princess marrying the man she loves. It is particularly popular
because the commoner the princess is marrying is ALL man.
His popularity will go far towards further endearing the royal
family to the Queen's people.
Because the Duke of Edinburgh father of the princess is
also ALL man he has added strength to the natural charm and
deep sense of duty of his Queen.

The Prince of Wales, who will represent his mother at- the
independence celebrations in Nassau on July 10th, combines in
his character the best qualities of both his mother and his father.
There was a time when royalty was associated with privilege.
That day is gone. And a good thing too. But the House of
Windsor has endured and it will grow in strength so long as it
continues to produce women and men of the calibre of the
Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh who give the nation children
like the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne, who have earned their
own place in the hearts of the people for whom they are a symbol
of the quality and strength of character of Great Britain.

As readers of this column should know by now, I am a royalist
at heart and so I am pleased that the House of Windsor has like
pure gold comet safely through the global revolution through
which world society .has been passing since the end of the first
world war. This revolution is a natural consequence of the
dissolution of the greatest Empire in history. It is remarkable that
in all the upheavals that have rocked the world during this period
the'House of Windsor has not lost a single grain.
God save 'the Queen and bless the House of Wlndsor.May it
endure to set an example of quality and a high sense of duty in a
world that has lost all its props and is struggling to find a new and
secure foundation for future generations.

When we arrived at the hotel we found tickets waiting for us
for the Commonwealth service in Westminster Abbey which will
be attended by the Queen.
:They were sent by Lady Ranfurly. She secured first class seats
for us.


'We were hardly settled at the Savoy Hotel before we made
contact with Major General Sir Robert Neville.
:He informed me that he and his daughter, Emma, who was a
little girl when she was at Government House in Nassau (1950-53)
with her parents, were coming to London to attend the ceremony
of the presentation of Standards to the Household Cavalry by the
Queen. They had tickets for my wife and me.
.This ceremony, which takes place only once in every ten years,
was held on the Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall. And Her
Majesty was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh.
.Needless to say, it was a magnificent parade with all the age-old
pageantry of such an occasion.
In personal attendance on the Queen were her uncle Admiral
o0 the Fleet the Earl Moutbatten of Burma, Colonel-in-Chief of
the Life Guards, and Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer,
C61onel-in-Chief of The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards
arid 1st. Dragoons). They were described in my programme as
Gbld Sticks-in-Waiting. Men of lesser rank were described as Silver
Sticks-in-Waiting.
Music was provided by the bands of the Guards regiments.

This was an occasion when the process of change was in full

The feature of the parade was the Guards on horseback in full
dress uniform.
But in the background was a battery of Chieftain tanks which
is the real arm of the Guards regiment in modern war. The
men in the tanks wore drab uniforms.
The horses and colorful uniforms of the Guards are something
out of a dead past.
As a young man Sir Winston Churchill took part in the last
cavalry charge of a British regiment. That was a long, long time
ago.
The charge of a cavalry regiment must have been a glorious
sight. Thoughts of the Charge of the Light Brigade the brave
600 stirred my old blood while I watched the ceremony on the
Guards parade ground in Whitehall.

It is always a wonderful occasion when I get together with Sir
Robert.
It has been said that any man is fortunate who can say in the
course of a lifetime that he has found two friends on whom he
can really depend when the chips are down. If this is true . .
then General Neville must surely be one of my two.
He reads every line I write for The Tribune. And he never fails
tol'take a rise" out of me when I miss the smallest detail in one
of my articles.
tIe had read the article I wrote about a farm I carried on
successfully at Camperdown during the war in which I listed the
things we produced.
:As you know, I write entirely from memory and so it is not
surprising that I should forget that we produced choice avocado
pears.
Sir Robert said that I should not have left out pears because
they are so rich in food value.

Sir Robert also brought us tickets for the Trooping of the
Colour ceremony by the Queen on the Horse Guards Parade. He
and Emma now Mrs. Pilkington of the Pilkington Glass family


Cries shame

on St. Andrew's

directors


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please publish the following
letter to the Board of Directors
of St. Andrew's School.
Board of Directors,
St. Andrew's School.
Dear Sirs and Mesdames:
How can you all possibly
sleep at nights when, according
to your letter of termination,
you all gave Mr. Chaplin less
than three months notice with
pay. Shame! Shame! I can only
hope that this is not so.
Anyway let's get on with the
purpose of this letter.
Please stop and think of
what the students must think
about such short notice on the
dismissal of a man whom they
admire and respect. I am
positive that they must feel
frustrated about this whole
affair. Surely, there are those
who will say to themselves:
"What is the point of getting a
good job and working hard if
something like this shameless
affair can happen?" The Board
is actually killing the students
ambition. And just as surely
the students must be
wondering what kind of values
the Board has.
In The Tribune, dated June
18, it was stated that Mr.
Chaplin was fired that morning
and that the acting headmaster
would be taking over on June
30. That is a difference of only
12 days let's call it two
weeks. All I can say again is
SHAME, SHAME and add on
to SHAME DISGRACE,
DISGRACE.
Mr. Chaplin has put in 19
years of hard work in this
school. Is this to be his reward?
I will repeat an old saying:
'What is this world coming
to?"
Do we agree with this sort of
dictatorial attitude? I think
not.
MICHAEL N. ROBERTS
BRITISH BALLET DIRECTOR
COLLAPSES & DIES
DUBLIN (AP) Leading British
ballet director John Cranko
collapsed and died Tuesday on a
flight from New York to Stuttgart,
Welt Germanny.
The alirner made an emergency
stop at Dublin and Cranko, 46, was
miahed to a city hospital but was
dead on aulvaL


Parent wants St. Andrew's


parents to vote on Chaplin


EDITOR, The Tribune,
The various letters read, and
comments heard concerning
the problems facing St.
Andrew's School are indeed
interesting. These problems
have come about primarily
because a few people hold large
blocks of shares, and,
consequently the control of
the school. The control can be,
and is, manipulated by people
who no longer have children
attending school. It is quite
obvious that, having seen their
own children successfully
educated and started out in
life, under the guidance not
of a Board of Directors but
of Mr. Chaplin, by now using
their large blocks of votes they
have decided that our children
should be deprived of the same
benefits.
Surely these shareholders,
probably good respectable
people, '"'o were, and are, able
to afford the wherewithal to
purchase large blocks of shares,
would be mindful enough of
others to keep the status quo
and consider the wishes of
those who really count the
parents of the children at the
school, who above all else have
the welfare of their children
and the school nearest their
heart, and not for the pursuit
of power which would appear
to be that of the chairman of
the Board.
I therefore suggest that all
the parents of the children be
polled on the basis of one vote
per child attending the school,
as to whether or not they want
Mr. Chaplin to continue as
Headmaster, and then
everyone, shareholders,
parents, teachers, Mr. Chaplin
and the Board submit to their
decision.
Let us all realize that we
need a Board of Management
to run the business
administration of the school,
but even more, we need a tried
and proven educator to run the
real business of the school,
which is the education of our


- will go with us.
It is not, easy to get tickets for this annual ceremony that is
associated with the birthday of Her Majesty. Sir Robert got the
tickets for us through Lord Mountbatten with whom we spoke
briefly at the Presentation of Standards ceremony yesterday.
And he also brought tickets for the ceremony of Beating the
Retreat of the Massed Bands of the Royal Marines, his splendid
old regiment, which will also take place on the Horse Guards
parade ground.
I had always wanted to see the Trooping of the Colour but it
usually takes place at a tinm* when I am away on a press
conference somewhere else in the world.
I adjusted my plans last year so that we could be in London for
this ceremony. We were going to have two of our grandsons with
us. Sir Robert got four tickets from Lord Mountbatten.
But I cancelled this plan at the last minute because I felt I
should not leave Nassau with the most important election in the
history of the colony coming up.
Since I had made up my mind to leave the Bahamas if the
electorate returned the PIP to power I felt I should throw all my
time and effort into this struggle . because I didn't want to
leave my home.
When I told him I would like to have tickets this year he asked
me to make sure that I would be here before he asked the
Admiral for tickets. Good seats for this ceremony are too
precious to be wasted.
There was no problem this time. The Bahamian people set me
free by their decision at the polls on September 19th. There was
nothing to hold me back.
And so we have started another visit to Britian, which is so full
of everything that I love and admire that it will never go stale on
me.

But perhaps the happiest experience for us today was having
John Fowler and Lester Albury from St. Donat's College, and Joy
Chaplin, our neighbour at Camperdown, in for a meal.
Tomorrow I will tell you about Fowler and Albury and the
effect S. Donat's has had in developing their character and
broadening their outlook.
**** *** *
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Death shadows us every moment
of our lives. No one knows where he might strike next ... and
how.
Death is the only thing in life of which we are sure. Never
matter what we may do, one day he will come a-calling and he
won't be denied.
Strange as it may sound ... man is born to die.
But although we know and understand all this we never seem
to get adjusted to the presence of death, especially when a person
is struck down suddenly in the prime of life, leaving a young
family behind.
I was shocked when copies of The Tribune reached me in Coral
Gables last week reporting the death in a plane crash of Frank
Treco and Mrs. Audley Kemp in child birth.
Death overtook both of them while they were discharging a
high duty in the community.
I can't say I knew either Mr. Treco or Mrs. Kemp beyond the
fact that they had the reputation of being upstanding and highly
respected citizens.
This news has haunted my thoughts for several days now and
so I feel that I will get no relief from its pressure until I have
written some of my feelings out of my system.
My sympathy goes out to both these families.


A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Every man will have his own criterion in forming his judgment
of others. I depend very much on the effect of affliction. I
consider how a man comes out of the furnace; gold will lie for a
month in the furnace without losing a grain. D CECIL
RICH'ARD CECIL


children to properly prepare
them for the future.
May I, in closing, remind the
chairman of the Board "That
he who would be the greatest
of all, must first be the servant
of all". I sign this letter as a
parent who has had a child at


St. Andrew's from the dark
ages before Mr. Chaplin, and
would like to think that I will
have one there for a few years
to come.
ERNEST S. LARKIN
Nassau,
June 22, 1973.


PRIME MINISTER Lynden
Pindling acknowledged
yesterday that amendments
made by the Senate in the
1973 Statistics Act were the
result of recommendations by
the Opposition FNM.
The amendments were
brought back to the House for
its consideration and approved.
They require that permission
be first obtained before a
statistics officer can enter
either a dwelling house or a
place of business.
"I would have thought the
Prime Minister and the Deputy
Prime Minister would have
given the reasons for the
amendment because this point
was raised when this Bill was
debated in its second reading in
this House," Montagu
representative Kendal Isaacs
(FNM) said.
It was pointed out at that
time, he continued, that Clause
10 might be contrary to
Section 7 of the Constitution.
"That's why we moved that
the Bill go to a select
committee, but the Prime
Minister said there was nothing
wrong from a constitutional
point of view."
USEFUL
Mr. Isaacs commented that
contrary to the views of some
people, it appeared the Senate
did serve a useful purpose
because they saw the
possibility that the Bill was
unconstitutional and made the
necessary amendments.
"It certainly vindicates the
move by the Opposition to


send the matter to a select
committee. I am only sorry
that government did not
explain why the amendments
were made."
"It has always been the
position of the government
that it does not close its eyes
or ears to any point made by
any member in this House,"
declared the Prime Minister.
"It is true that the
Opposition made this
recommendation and although
the government did not have
time to go into this, it did so
later and the amendment was
made in the Senate by the
government ... which shows the
value of an Opposition that is
on its toes.
BLOWING UP OF CARS ALMOST
WAY OF LIFE IN CYPRUS
NICOSIA (AP) Four bomb
explosions in Cyprus during the
night damaged four cars belonging
to supporters of the island
president, Archbishop Makarios,
All the explosions in the
township of Morphou, 25 miles
west of the capital, caused
structural damage, but no
casualties.
A bundle of three sticks of
dynamite with a fuse attached was
also thrown against a local cinema
belonging to a leading local member
of the Leftist pro-Makarios Edek
Party, but this failed to explode.
The bombings are believed to be
retaliatory action by the EOKA
underground of General George
Grivas for the blowing up of two
cars belonging to Grivas supporters
in Morphou Sunday night.
The blowing up of cars belonging
to rival groups of Makarios and
Givas supporters has become an
almost nightly happening in Cyprus
"'over the past fortnight. "


CALLS ROLLS-ROYCE FOR

P.M. A SHAME TO PEOPLE


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Would you please print this
little note for me. I've heard
that the PLP has bought a
$42,000 machine for the Prime
Minister. I haven't seen the car
ior seen the news reports in
the press but if this is true
what a shame.
Now the Prime Minister
claims to be a lover of the
people. All he has done since
he came to power was to make
it so much harder for the poor
working man with all kinds of
taxes, now all this and yet they
bought him a car for all that
money, a Rolls Royce I
understand. Now lets face it.
The Prime Minister doesn't
need that car and if he wants
that kind of prestige car he can
afford to buy it with his own
money. He is a well off man. In
my mind if the PLP wanted to
do something good, why didn't
they give that money to the
Princess Margaret Hospital, The
Ranfurly Homes For Children,
or the Persis Rogers Home For
the Aged, Sandilands


Rehabilitation, Boys & Girls
Industrial Schools or the Police
to fight the wave of crime now
taking over our country.
So many people seem not to
care what happens in our
community today, it's a pity,
shame and a disgrace. People
wake up, the Lord is watching.
Where there is no vision the
people perish, and the devil
will keep watch over them
forever. Amen.
Thank you very much, Mr.
Editor, for your time and
space.

G.R. Johnson
Nassau, N.P.
June 22, 1973


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OVERTURNS CONVICTIONS
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A
federal appeals court 11
'hiladelphia has overturned
three convictions against former
nun Elizabeth McAlister, and trme
of the four convictions agint
anti-war activist Philp Brrlgan. AM
the convictions had been for
smuggling letters tI and out of
prison.
KELLEY CONFIRMED
AS FBI DIRECTOR
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Senate has unanimously confllaad
Kansas City police chief Clarea
Kelley as Director of the FBl.
Kelley la only the second person to
fill the post. The late J. Edgar
Hoover having been the first.
The agency has had two
acting-directors since Hoover's
death Patrick Gray and William
Ruckleshads.
TO DISCUSS REDUCTION'
OF FORCES & ARMAMENTS
VIENNA, JUNE 28 (AP) The
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
and the Warsaw Pact announced
today they would discuss "mutual
reduction of forces and armaments
and associated measures in Central
Europe" in a conference beginning
here Oct. 30.
The announcement was made in
a final communique issued after a
30 minute session of the 19
delegations of the two military
pacts. They concluded almost five
months of preparatory talks on the
issue of troop cuts.
The communique added that the
participants in the preparatory
meetings agreed that "the general
objective of the negotiations will be
to contribute to a more stable
relationship and to the
strengthening of peace."


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Did you know there are 1,672



registered wrecks in Bahamas?


By DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
"ARE YOU FROM ABACO?", quipped the young Bahmlian man as he watched the slender red-headed I1r
furiously stuffing the barrel of a large antique cannon.


The girl almost fell off the
Scaonm as she crumpled up in
guffaws of laughter. Miss
Joana Kelly, who looks like
an undergraduate of twenty,
but is actually a mature woman
of thirty, bubbles over with a
love of life and has a real
appreciation of humour
especially of a Bahamian
variety.
Joanne, a woman of peace,
was not of course preparing for
war. She is at present resident
at the Sheraton-British
Colonial Hotel preserving a
cannon for display at the Bay
; Street end of the hotel She is
alo putting the finishing
touches to a marine museum
she has set up on the hotel's
first floor at the top of the
stairs leading from the Lobby.
This museum is unique in
the Bahamas being the only
one of its kind and is
programmed educationally.
As you enter the exhibit and
to your left, at the side of case
number one, you will find an
antique grain grindstone,
salvaged from the 1780 ruins


of an old plantation of Acklins
Island.
What Joanne has attempted
to do with the seven show
cases which make up the
museum is to show the
uninitiated diver just what a
wreck site is like what the
materials look like before and
after preservation and what
remains after one hundred to
two hundred and fifty years
under water.
EIGHT YEARS
Joanne, who has been in the
Bahamas for eight years, has
been on various diving
expeditions herself and finds
these islands and waters a
ideal location in which to
pursue her main Interests of
anthropology and archeology.
She spent two years cruising
the Bahamian waters and
writing articles for yachting
magazines. Born in Boston,
Massachusetts, she has been
writing since she was twenty.
One book which is in
hard-back form is called
"Cuna", which Joanne
describes as an anthropological


COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS 1973
IN THE SUPREME COURT No?
Equity Side 1 6


IN THE MATTER of ALL THAT tract of land
'situate in the Eastern District of the Island of
New Providence.
AND

IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act,
1959.
AND
IN THE MATTER of The Petition of Harriet
MarshalL

NOTICE
The Petition of Harriet Marshall of the Eastern
District of the Island of New Providence,
Straw-Vendor, in respect of:-

ALL THAT tract of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence
about 220 feet south of Dunkirk Street and
being bounded on the; NORTH by land the
property of Edith Roxbury and running thereon
One hundred and Six and Forty hundredths
(106.40) feet on the EAST by a Private Road
,Ten (10) feet wide and running thereon One
hundred and Six and four hundredths (106.04)
feet on the SOUTH by land the property of
Felix Johnson and running thereon Ninety-three
(93) feet and on the WEST by a Five (5) feet
wide right of way separating the said tract of
land from land formerly the property of Thomas
and William Brace but now being Lots Number
Fifteen (15) and Thirteen (13) of Brace Ridge
Manor and running thereon One hundred and
Six and Sixty-three hundredths (106.63) feet.

Harriet Marshall, the Petitioner, is this matter,
claims to be the owner in fee j simple of the said
tract of land, and has made application to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands under
Section Three (3) of the Quieting Titles Act 1959
to have her title to the said land investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
Act.

COPIES of the plan may be inspected during
normal working hours at the following places.


(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court Public
Square in the City of Nassau aforesaid;

(b) The Chambers of Hanna & Stewart-Coakley in
Deveaux Street in the City of Nassau
aforesaid; Attorneys for the Pititioner.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or
claims not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 28th day of July A.D. 1973 file in the
Supreme Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a
statement of his or her claim in the prescribed
form, verified by an affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve the
statement of his or her claim on or before the 28th
day of July A.D. 1973 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

Dated this 21st day of June A.D. 1973.

HANNA & STEWART-COAKLEY
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
: Nassau Bahamas.
SMEAREDI


travelogue about the San Bias
Indians of Panama.
Four years ago Joanne
helped to build a display of
marine artifacts on the wall of
the Wharf Restaurant which
adjoins and is a part of the B.C.
In the near future Joanne
would love to set up a National
Museum in the Bahamas but at
present her energies are
concentrated on the hotel's
museum.
The first show case
contains a model of a wrecked
Spanish galleon that has been
underwater for two hundred
years or more. All organic and
metallic materials that would
have a chance of remaining
intact have been marked with
tags and coloured pins
corresponding to coloured pins
leading to the objects on the
wreck site modeL There is also
a small inset of what the
original galleon used to look
like before the wreck.
The second showcase
contians examples of as many
different metallic and organic
substances including silver and
gold as could be found on a
site, in the condition in which
they were surfaced, and before
preservation operations were
carried out.
In articles on Bahamian
Treasure sites for Skin Diver
magazine Joanne describes
what happens to a ship when it
sinks and becomes a wreck.
UNDERGOES CHANGE
"Immediately after a ship
sinks, it begins to undergo a
change ... Sea salts begin eating
at her metal parts and the
insatiable teredo worm starts
pawing at her stout timbers.
Coral begins to grow on
anything left for instance
metal such as iron cannon,
brass spikes and treasure".
However Joanne goes on to
explain gold is often brought
to the surface "clear of coral


growth because, being heavier
than a similar size object of a
baser metal, they tend to bury
themselves in sand. The sand
keeps coral from forming on a
gold object and since gold does
not suffer from electrolysis
(which turns unprotected silver
black and pulverizes iron), it
would be as new as the day it
sank."
Case Number three contains
a display of various small
ballistics over a period of two
hundred and fifty years from
small grain shot to large
musket balls, along with
illustrative photographs of
small arms which fired these
types of shot.
However it is the fourth case
that will probably have the
most appeal. This contains
items of "treasure" the
subject of many fictitious and
factual romances. In the
Bahamian waters, Joanne says,
there are one thousand six
hundred and seventy-two
registered wreck sites. Of
perhaps even greater interest,
because they are accessible to
everybody whether they dive
or not whether they can
afford expensive equipment or
not are Harbour holes&
Joanne explained what
harbour holes are "usually a
depression or collection point
near the harbour entrance
where tides, storms and
currents dump the sweepings
of the harbour bottom and
entrance". Where a harbour has
been in existence for two
hundred years treasures and
artifacts from wrecks and even
discarded household items
(including the old handmade
bottles for which antique
bottle collectors are paying
small fortunes) can be found in
these holes (along with rubbish
and garbage).
In case number four are the
marine museum coins, pieces


GIRL WITH CANNON Joanne Kelly is working hard
anchor for display at the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel.


of eight of both the Pilar and
Cob varieties, "change" coins,
ores, jewellery and other
"treasure" are displayed.
Among these is a coin from the
Grand Bahama Treasure find
from 1628.
The fifth case contains a
cross-section of ship's tools and
hardware most of which have
been taken out of their coral
sheaths to enable the visitor to
see what condition these
materials are in after prolonged
submersion. Joanne says,
"These were perhaps the most
difficult to preserve because
most of the materials are iron
which oxidifes rapidly when
surfaced and brought into
contact with air". We shall
return to this phenomenon in
more detail when we return to
Joanne's cannon.
Case number six contains
items that belonged to the
passengers, military personnel
and crew of the wrecked
vessels. Amongst these artifacts
are quite a collection of rare
and interesting military
buttons including an American
revolutionary era button an
eagle standing to a shield upon
which is an anchor surrounded
by thirteen stars representing
the thirteen original states.
Here too, are shoe and belt
buckles, military packet seals
and many other items.
Not yet in place are the
anchor and chain being busily
preserved by Joanne. In fact
Joanne describes her present
occupation as "baby sitting the
cannons". This involves an
enormous amount of work.


PHOTO: Philip Symonette
Iron, as Joanne said earlier
in connection with the fifth
show case, starts a rapid
process of oxidization as soon
as it is removed from the sea.
Iron objects therefore must be
immediately put into a
chemical bath and must be
continuously bathed for three
months until all salinity is
gone. After this process three
coats of Zinc-z-zide must be
applied and then three coats of
a very high quality black
enamel must be applied.
The anchor which Joanne is
preserving is from a small
English sloop from around
1800 and will be placed next
to showcase number seven.
The two cannon at the main
entrance of the hotel on either
side of the statue of Woodes
Rogers are Spanish
six-pounders dating from
around 1680. Joanne is
working hard preserving these
and has filled the barrels with
cement and fibreglass.
The new cannon, which is to
be placed on a cement stand
facing down Bay Street, is an
English twelve-pounder dated
about 1800. This was in good
condition and Joanne has
almost finished the preservative
procedure.
So, when early next week
you see an enormous cannon
pointing down Bay Street from
the Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel, do not think that the
Bahamian war of Independence
(or non-Independence) has
begun.
It is rather a result of
Joanne's and the hotel's fight
to preserve and project the
culture and history of the
Bahamas.


SHOWCASE OF COINS Pieces of eight of both the Pilar and Cob varieties,
"change" coins, ores, jewellery and other treasure are displayed in showcase number four
at the marine museum on the first floor of the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


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Doesn't want to apply

for daughter's hand

By Abigail Van Buren
S1na M c CMes TreMe"N. Y. seMs sa, eMe.
DEAR ABBY: Cindee and I want to get married, but
wi. have one small problem. Her father. He wants to be
sure I will be a good provider. He is the personnel manager
of a large company and he says before he decides, I will
have to submit three letters of recommendation.
I know this sounds silly, but he is serious. I don't think
getting married should be like applying for a job.
I feel certain I can support a wife but I don't think I
should have to dig up any references. What should I do?
APPLICANT IN SEATI'LE
DEAR APPLICANT: Would Clndee's father have sub-
mitted to such mumbo-jumbe to win her mother? After all,
you're not marrying Boeing Aircraft. If you want Cdude
and Clndee wants you [and you're old enough], tel her dad
you'll do your best to support his daughter but the letters of
recommendation are out.
DEAR ABBY: Several months ago I was seriously
injured in an accident. While still in the hospital and in
such shape I was wondering whether I'd pull thru, I re-
ceived flowers from the owners of a local funeral home I
can't tell you how this depressed me.
A few days later, these two morticians and their wives
came to the hospital to visit me. I knew these people only
slightly and had never socialized with them.
I think trying to drum up business this way is in very
poor taste. I can't imagine what other reason they would
have for sending flowers and visiting me.
How do you feel about morticians hustling prospective
customers this way? ANGRY
DEAR ANGRY: Sue hucksterism would annoy the
Feeral Direeters Assedatie more thasIt depressed yus.
For your eeealence. their address is 1N W. Wells 8t.,
Milwaukee, Wis. 532L The ethical meortdlans wes appre-
elate It If you'd report these duds.
DEAR ABBY: About two years ago I met an accono-
tant in a bowling alley. Every night we'd have a few bers
together and we became good friends. One night my friend
told me his sister had invested in some stocks and had a
very good week financially. Since I was going to make a
deposit In the bank the next day, I suggested to my friend
that I would give him $1,000 Instead to invest In the stock
market.
The next day I gave him $1,000 in cash, in my car [no
witnesses], and since we were friends I didn't ask for a
receipt or anything.
We agreed that we would split the profit from the stock
5M30-half for him because be was an accountant and knew
about stocks, and half for me because it was my money.
Then I started to work nights and couldn't bowl, but I
kept In touch with him by phone. After a year and a half,
the stock remained the same, so I told him to sell It and
return my money.
You guessed it I was stuck! He said I couldn't prove
anything as I had no receipt.
I went to three lawyers and they all told me to chalk it
up to experience. Can you help me get my money back?
STUCK IN AMSTERDAM
DBAR STUCK: If three lawyers told you the same
thing, you had better believe it. It seems a pty that you
have to suffer such a grave Injstlee, but wtheut some
pe of the transaction you are Iadeed seek.
DEAR ABBY: My momn lies to have company, and
when aha knows someone is coming over, she spends the
day fiag refreshments.
The problem s that some people do things lke the
followlg: Mem had her cub over last Thursday, and she
made some real fancy sandwiches, chocolate-covered
Imwnles and all kinds of cookies. Well, I wish you could
have een thome ladies!
One saM, "I can't eat very much because Fm on a diet,
but rd sure UIke to carry something home to my Herman."
[Thmea dhe wrap up a whole lunch in a paper napkina.]
Then someone else says, "My Milton loves sweets. Mind.
"i I take him a few?"
,My mom is t' o nic to my a"nt So the compay
' carries out all the treats. What is your opialon of this?
a BUGOED
S MMAR BUGGED: R doesat beg yor mammo, t
duheual-t hug ye
DAR ABBY: May I have the last word about the
e' ;gerr .had of allowing the prWeher exactly one
la wich dsaver his sermen, aad i he talked longer,


Isenn, i a waesne s. the world hp -ugh Uatmr- a
-fi~a. fo ltate-olate thee.


J. J. 0., WAUMKEN, ILL
P MIAWNYIAL TO "WOaRID ncAUUM I AM ALe
idlMD 0 PNKLUN" see a deer at em. are are
wMSaI I "NM what you mapeet yeou hae.


Prince Williams High School graduates
GRADUATION EXERCISES Sevonty-eight students were graduated from Prince
William High School Monday evening In ceremonies held at the Governor's Hall of the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel. Here graduates listen to headmaster Selwyn Smith's
address.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette


'AILL N. ALMOCANS LOOK
ALIKE SAYS CHINESE
HAMILTON, ONTARIO (AP) -
A voting Chine said on
Wedaeday tat all North
Anmlrnims look alke.
"We can't tel them apart from
the faces," said dretor Chu
Mu-C;dh of Haimhue, so Chtnesm
News Aecy.
Camheads a 2 1-ember pres
coatldgnt from Peldg on a North
American tow. He was aterviewed
when the deletion visited
Heaften to look at a Steel
Comply of Cmads plat.
BUS COMMANDEUERED BY
(MIAMI) "I was, a dear huu
of dotackins.' Thath how one
=t"es dearibed the take-over
Wednesday of a Miami bus by a
Geeman Shepherd named Duke.
Duke apparently boarded the bus to
escape a noisy thunderstorm, and
choosing retreat as the better part
of valour, the driver and 25
pasenlger abandoned the vehicle to
its canine captor. Duke remained in
c6mmand for nearly half an hour,
until his owner came and coaxed
him from the bus.
RELATIONS WITH VATICAN
EXCELLENT SAYS MOBUU
KINSHASA (AP) Zaire
president adl Seko Mobutu told a
mau meeting Sunday there was no
conflict between his country and
the Roman Catholic Church but
that foreigners, including
missionaries, were trying to
interfere in ithe internal affairs


Appfr n h nena far


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v. u Rr e f's
P.., -t


"Happy. to meet you...





Im e Helpful Banker"


"ull find me at any branch



of the R&u Bank"


The Royal The Helpful Bank

ROYAL BANK
Branches throughout the Bahamas.


TEN YEARS FOR SEEING UM FAMILY AANW
LIMA (A) Two mamm on of e sev weAlaMaeet fines bae
been semoaed to 10 yeaIms irimamet on ewp that they Mtlle te
oeqadvhat or 9.5 mion dones fom afemilveowmed bmk.
A speemd oourt, oad specUlly to her he case, handed down the
seansacee hlte yaofaai6 Mugeo leMiaci Pradto isaumort aid his
soe MIa* Praim both ormr dienclrsof URms's Samo Populf.
Thed ou l-siod ed tsr two to return to the bank, wMcht ws taken
over by Pwum's atary wyaraennt in 1970, the sum of 1.4 bMlon sales,
equivalent to 39.8 malon dollar.
lence .iwerfe handed out to a total of 43 other dsefeldmts,
form rftch of the Prado financial group, convicted of partldalpatiaf in
the drtMoa g of Beco Popular, oae one of Pnm's Internt bakils
asMltutdou.
Defense attorneys indicated that they would appeal the decision to
Peru' Supreme Court.





BOYS' SCHOOL SHORT PANTS $2.00
BOYS' SCHOOL LONG PANTS $4.50
BOYS' SCHOOL SHIRTS $2.25
(ALL COLOURS)
LADIES' WHITE UNIFORMS $600
LADIES' POLYESTER SLACKS $13.00
LADIES' POLYESTER DRESSES FROM $14.00


N 'S lmnIITl SiE
MARKET ST. next to Marding's Food Store
TELEPHONE 2-4161









Thursday, June 28, 1973.


Wiberg is new President $4.8m. SALE IF MAiORITY

n( uai . STICK BY RESORT FIRM IN


v! nutAlI oRN S cUhialion
T BAHAMAS Hotel A4ssociation hi aounced the election
of Mr. Anders Wiberg to the pogitio of Preddent.


Mr. Wiberg's election to the
position came as a result of the
resignation of Mr. Charles
Schlakmann. Mr. Wiberg is
expected to complete the term
of Mr. Schlakmann until the
annual general elections, slated
for January, 1974.
Mr. Wiberg is also treasurer
of the Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Board, treasurer of
the Bahamas Hotel Employers
Association and was previously
a vice president of the Hotel
Association. He has worked
and travelled extensively in


ANDERS WIBERG


promoting tourism to the
Bahamas. His travels in this
regard took him to the United
States, Canada and Europe.
A Swedish national, he has
lived in the Bahamas since
1964. He owns and operates
Hot.;' Cable Beach Manor, a
successful apartment hotel on
Cable Beach. He boasts a staff
that is 100% Bahamian.
He was born and educated in
Sweden, graduating from Law
School at the University of
Lund in 1961. He held a
commission as reserve officer
in the Swedish Army. After
working as a lawyer in Sweden,
specializing in international
business law, he lived for some
time in the United States and
in South America before
moving to the Bahamas.
He has been the Swedish
Vice Consul for the Bahamas
and the Turks and Caicos since
1969. In February of this year
he helped arrange the
successful visit of the Swedish
Naval Ship H.W.M.S.
Alvsnabben to Nassau.
He is married to the former
Jane Dillon McDermid of
New York. They have four
children. His wife who is a
leading tennis player was a
representative of the Bahamas
in the Caribbean Phillips Cup
Tournament held recently in
Nassau.



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GREAT NAISHI CAY

SOCA RATON, FL Ued Communnides Corp,
(OtC-UC KOM) has a Inlmed ci of a ettemr of tet to
pIr-eh- a majority sloc i I II in RA. D. Ltd., developersof
Gmnat rhom Cay i the Briry Iwdl chain of the Bdamms


The transaction involves an
agreement with Marc-Jay, Inc.,
to purchase 1,200,000 shares
(60% of the stock) of R.LD.
Ltd., currently traded on the
Canadian Stock Exchange, for
$4,800,000 in cash and notes.
UCC is a Boca Raton-based
diversified corporation engaged
in land development, utilities,
mortgage financing, and most
recently, manufacturing
The company this month
announced an agreement to
purchase the Eyelet Specialties
Co., from Insilco (NYSE) for
more than $9,000,000.
LR.RD. Ltd., a Bahamas
corporation, is developing and
operating Great Harbour Cay, a
major resort and residential
community in the Berry Island
chain, approximately 60 miles
northwest of Nassau and about
160 miles due east of Miami.
"This is a particularly timely
investment. United
Communities Corp., has
absolute confidence in the
Bahamas Government and is
knowingly making this
acquisition prior to the July 10
date marking Bahamas
Independence," said A. L
Guterma, President of UCC.
"We have been greatly
impressed by the quality of
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling's administration and


his handling of Bahamian
foreign affairs as a colony and
commonwealth nation.
Although I have not met Prime
Minister PindlinLg I have great
admiration for his leadership
and I feel certain that under his
guidance the Bahamas will
enjoy great prosperity and
ckwe relations with the United
States."

FLAT PARAIE IN

lILT 11 CHANGE
THE FIRST Independence
Float Parade on Ju!y 10 which
was previously scheduled to
leave Arawak Cay at 2 p.m.
will now leave from the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre at 1
p.m., it was announced by Mr.
Horace Wright, Chairman of
the Float Parade Committee.
Some 57 floats are expected
to take part in this parade and
60 floats the following day in a
second parade.
The route for the parade will
be from the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre, east on
Poinciana Drive, onto Wulff
Road, north on Mackey Street,
onto Bay Street, south on
Nassau Street, concluding at
the Sports Centre.
The schedule for the July 11
float parade remains the same.


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from 10 p.m. unil...
CANTONESE DINING FROM 7 P.M.
NO COVER NO MINIMUM
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AT VICTORIA ROOM
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
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FOR INVESTMENT OR FOR PLEASURE,
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VIEW
THESE UNIQUE AND COLORFUL
PAINTINGS.


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C10306
ONE COMMERCIAL
CORNER LOT In Highland
Park. 16,500 sq. ft. Phone
nights 34527 days 29293.
C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable,
for bonk, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
targe spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C10034
FOR SALE
By OWNER House in
Highland Park, 3 bedrooms. 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen,
utility room and carport. Built
In range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10042


FOR SALE
BY OWNER ,
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit. trees central
airconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
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
available.
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,
baths, phi family rom eitra.
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 VILLAS --
houses from $40,000.00 and
up. Have beach rights.
CABLE BEACH 127 ft. on
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.
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE -
on the water, east of
Rldgeway. 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.
DI AL 22033,22307, 22305
evenings: 41197 and 41280.

FOR SALEN ET
C10372
FOR SALE OR LONG TERM
LEASE
Fine, e qaborately
furnished house at Skyline
Heights. Four bedrooms and
baths. Main rooms designed for
entertaining. Suitable for
diplomatic or executive


residence. 1 % acres, beautiful
garden planted for privacy.
Phone 7-7205 for appointment
to m.


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KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

I FO RENT I
SC 10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C 10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
Immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10248
STORE SPACE. East Street
South, next door to Mae's
Beauty Salon Phone 3-5350.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .,2-4777-8.
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
viewy telephone 2-1722-3.
C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditloned, fully furnished
house in Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C10276
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house, Bamboo Town. Phone
34694.
C10288
LITTLE ORCHARD
COTTAGES and apartments to
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned -
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Village. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.
C10324
1 2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment.
1 one bedroom apartment. All
completely furnished,
airconditioned. Harmony Hill.
Phone 3-1328.
C 10314
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.
C10317
DUPLEX in Blair Estate -
attractively furnished with
airconditioner. Phone Mr.
Albury 36313-9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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


[10154
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the Parking Lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on Friday 6th day of
July 1973, at 12 noon
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
Lot of land situated in the
Western District of the said
Island of New Providence
being lot Number thirteen
(13) of Block Number Ten
(10) in a Plan of Westward
Villas prepared by W. E.
Brown, Civil Engineer, dated
February, 1952 and now
filed in the Office of the
Department Of Lands and
Surveys (formerly known as
the Crown Lands Office) of
the Colony as Number 21C
which said piece parcel or
Ldt of land is bounded on
the North by a Road
Reservation of the said
Subdivision known as
"Hampshire Street" and
running thereon Sixty and
Six hundredths (60.06 feet
on the East by Lot Number
Fourteen (14) of the said
Block Number Ten (10) and
running thereon One
hundred and Twenty-nine
and Seventy-five hundredths
(129.75) feet on the South
by Lot Number twenty (20)
of the said Block Number
Ten (10) and running West
by Lot Number Twelve (12)
of the said Block Number
Ten (10) and running
thereon One hundred and
twenty-nine and Sixty-six
hundredths (129.66) feet."
Mortgage dated 9th May, 1969
The Honourable Michael
David Morris to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1439
Pages 583 to 591.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms: 10% of the
purchase price at time of sale
and balance on completion.
Dated: 5th day of June A.D.
1973


4 Dr. auto radio,
orange
1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto white
1970 FIAT


$3500
$950


850 white $495
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. blue $1850
1968 FORD FAI RLANE
4 dr. auto, brown$450
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU
blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr. auto, blue $1695
1968 PONTIAC
STRATO-CHIEF
Yellow $1400
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1969 FORD MUSTANG$1
A/C $195
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr, 2000 std., green $2950
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr., std., yellow $475
1973 VICTOR S/W
F.E. auto, blue,
856 miles $4400
1969 HILLMAN HUNTER
auto, green $750
1971 VICTOR S/W
2000 auto $1400
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST
green $1200
1970CHIEVELLE MALSU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


Sas


1970 TRIUMPH 13/4
Excellent running order. Phqft
31523 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
weekdays. $950 (o.n.o.)
C10340
AT LAST MINI MOKE. 1968
30,000 miles $700. O.N.O.
Phone S8033.


C 10296
Apartments and office
space fr rent in commercial
district. Teephone 5-1324.
C10249
2 BEDROOM completely
furnished apartment -
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
3-5350.
C10116 *
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
C 10332
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.
C10379
3-BEDROOM, 2 Bath,
Unfurnished House, Highland
Park, Phone 7-7434 Day,
5-4947 Night after 6 p.m.
C10345
One efficiency apartment, and
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.

I C SFOIER
C10322


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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1968 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE -
$6860.00
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
reconditio aed $1000.00
1970 FfIAT tA' '"
stick shift $700.00
1971 DODO AM ENGER
bargain, automatic $1500.00
1972 QODGE 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 $200.0
1970 HILLMAN MINX S/W
white, automatic $1200.00
1969 ROVER 2000
white, automatic $1500
1969 CHEVELLE MAUBU
good condition $1800
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-4711
C 10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 L.TD
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
1972PONTIAC VCNTURA


C10259
STELLA MARIS MARINA at
Long Island, has for sale the
following: One GMC 671
marine diesel engine,
Modql: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
ycle type "Toroflow", fresh
water cooled, complete with
gear box, heat exchanger
exhaust manifolds, turbo
charges and mounts In
excellent condition. Cad or
write Stella Marls Inn, Long
Isandg


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C10304
1973 MORRIS MARINA: In
excellent condition. Only
6,000 miles. Phone nights
34527 days 28293
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 10292
HAVE TO SELLII
1970 GT6 MK2 red with neat
paint work. Condition IIle
new. Going at $1,800.00 or
nearest offer. Contact Peter
Major at 5-7430/1, ext. 170 or
177. Owner leaving Island.
C 10279
RELIABLE 1967 Flat 850 -
new tyres. $500. Tel. 55260.
after 4 p.m.
C10303
1970 PLYMOUTH Sport
Satellite. Air conditioned and
radio. In excellent condition.
Phone nights 34527 days
28293.
C10294
1972 C.S. 124 Stationwagon,
38,000 miles. Phone 3-2149
after 6 p.m.
C 10342
1966 HILLMAN MINX, Good
Interior, Engine in fine running
order, $450. O.N.O., contact
Dr. Wilson or Dr. Fay ,at
P.M.H.
C10375
1970 WHITE TRIUMPH
HERALD 1360 excellent
condition only 13,000 miles
- $990. Owner leaving island.
Telephone 4-1387.

I FO U I
C 10309
GOATS have been kept as
pets. Call 2-4892.
C10334
1965 CHEV. ton pickup
truck. Excellent condition.
$1000.00 Cash. Phone 59540.
C10277
ELECTRIC CLOTHES Dryer
$85.00. Easy parts recently
replaced. Phone 31318.
C10261
6-5-Plece place setting of
Rosenthal China with extra
serving pieces. Call 41062
between 4-7jh.m.-
C10269
14 FLATS used previously
used by Kingsway Players In
their drama productions.
Phone 42158 for further
details.
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.
C 10284
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.


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C10285
CC RAFT 12' rubber boat with
3 HP Evinrude $300.00
1970 Austin Morris Mini -
$1000.00
1970 Harley Davidson 150 c.c.
- $100.00
Phone 7-7885.
C10339
U.S. Diver's regulator and tank
$125.00.
Avon g' dinghy and 3% h.p.
Seagull. $350.00.
Telephone 7-7842.

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

CARD OF THANKS
C 10330


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


.THE iFAMILY 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
Sonesta Beach Hotel and
Demrltte's Funeral Home.

CI 103
C10373


MR. & MRS. Anthony
Arlington Kerr, who were
married 9th June 1973 wish to
thank the many friends and
relatives for the very lovely
gifts and messages of
congratulations extended to us
during this very happy


34135.

PACEMAKER 44 ft
Lxurious Cruising Yachl
3-2371.

4 i' ATTMEWS 325 M.P.
dtim Flybridge, full
double cab.
I In beautiful
1963 roeoldeed
665403 Miami -
SCoral Gables,


C 10305
19 FOOT THUNDERBIRD
with 2 Evinrude 55, and
ship-to-shore radio. Phone
nights 34527 days 28293
C 10026
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith,
5 8311.A


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-AI R
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.

1 AUOUCEUINTS
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.
TUITION
C10326
English, Spanish
Phone 5-2439.
C10320
OUR LADY'S SCHOOL AND
PARISH Is sponsoring a
Summer Workshop in Maths,
English, Reading r and
Recreation. Beginning July 6th
- August 10th.
Registration: June 25th 29th
- 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A
fee of $20 for entire course.
Telephone 2-3892.
C10369
KINGSWAY ACADEMY is
now testing for a limited
number of vacancies in Grade
One. If Interested, please
contact the school at 42158.

POSITION ANTED
C10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl in your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.
C10315
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.


C 10370
SECRETARY for out island
resort. Must have at least 3
years general experience. One
year hotel training. Salary
commensurate with education
and experience. Phone 2-8383
for interview 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 becomt6 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
ch Idcare background &
administrative potential, to live


in.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service training on a conractual
basis. Must be willing to live in.
Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children Box N-1413
Nassau.


_________________ I ___


FOR SALE
POFRMR NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSC194
S'etaW O Mul. Ideal for conversion to Commercial
'. ilVegi. Shrimp Spat or Yacht.
. '" COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
Mii~i,40. lrid 31401


~E,.


C10262
MAID WANTED from
September at Coral Harbour to
look after baby and do
housework. Mon-Fri., 8.15
a.m. 3.30 p.m. Own transport
an advantage. Phone 36808
(12-1 p.m. Mon.-Fri.)
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.
F Burrows 5-8650 between 11
and 3 p.m.
C10293
Old established Bay Street firm
requires mature, experienced
shorthand typisi 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.
C10258 I
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.
C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAI RMEN
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.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES:
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.
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.
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. O. Box F.100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10289


COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
AND TYPIST Ability to
keep accounts through Balance
Sheet for a large organization.
At least 5 years experience
required. Skill in typing. Must
be Bahamian. Salary
commensurate with
experience. Please apply in
writing with two references to:
Personnel Department,
Catholic Chancery, Diocese of
Nassau, P. 0. Box N8187,
Nassau, Bahamas.


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,
Bardeaneler & Co., P. 0. Box
N-7790. Nassau. Bahamas.


C10308
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
experience. Furnished
accommodation provided.
Apply to U.S.Y. & T.
INDUSTRIES INC., Box 41,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera.

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

C 10329
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.
C10311
2 FARM LABOURERS TO
WORK ON FARM' Contact
Enid Grant, Nicoll's Town,
Andros.
C10328
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.

C10368
SWIMMING POOL
Maintenance Serviceman. Must
have driver's licence and safe
driving record. Call 5-5708.
C10268
QUALIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS needed to teach at
Kingsway Academy for
September, 1973. If Interested,
call 42158.
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. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


TRADE SERVICES

C10045
Pla dr'wi Cutt

keketase Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING


FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
I ATA 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,
2-3797,12-3798
Airport 77434


C 10037
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.
C9838
FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
DOSCAR FENCES
Free estimates.
Terms arranged.


C10371'
CARTWRIGHT SWIMMING
POOL SERVICE can solve any
kind of problems with your
pool. Please call 31950 day or
night or write to Box N8830,
Nassau.


GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED

IN FREEPORT


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
$12,000. Available
immediately. 373-1977.
C6029
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 2
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.


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.
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
shipment.
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: Personnel
Director, Cooper Laboratories
International Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2529, PFreport, Bahamas.


I ELP WANTED
C 10290
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, Freeoort.
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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6053
HOUSEMAN Live-in. Must
be throughly experienced in
operation of household
including shopping, cooking
and serving, cleaning, laundry
and yard work.Must also be
capable of handling two very
spoiled dogs. References and
Police Certificate required.
Apply in writing to Houseman,
Box F847, Freeport, Bahamas
or phone 352-2800 for
interview.
C6025
PEST CONTROL
SERVICEMAN required, fully
experienced in rodent, Insect
and termite control. Apply in
writing to: Rentokil
International Ltd. P. 0. Box
F-Q5, Freeport, Grand Baharma
C6043
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES.
LTD., P. 0. Box F-2544,
Freeport has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport
for the following positions:
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd., has
a Temporary opening available
in their Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for a
Relief Superintendent
Specialist. Applicant must have
approximately 20 years
experience In Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
Refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport.


C6039
Applications are Invited for the
position of GENERAL
MANAGER for the Carib
Shops, Ltd, of Nassau to
control their retail outlets I
Freeport. Applicants muat be
mature and df sound education
with the ability to deal
personally with all clerical
work, costing, stock control,
inventories and disbursements.
A thorough knowledge of
horology, gem stone jewellery,
buying, selling and display is
essential together with a
general appreciation of Eastern
and North African
merchandising. Practical
experience of store
administration at managerial
level for the past ten years is
essential, together with proven
ability to train personally all
staff members In all facets of
retail distribution in a manner
that guarantees a continuity of
our progressive increases and
retains our present harmonious
management, staff, customer
relationship.
Written application with
resume of past and present
employment, together with
copies of business references
and personal testimonials
should be submitted to: Staff
Manager, Hotol Ltd., P. O. Box
F-859, Freeport, prior to
arrangennts for a personal
eivrewtIew


C6045
(1) GREENSMAN: Must be
able to drive, to clean up
building, sand traps, trimming
bushes. Should also possess a
valid driver's licence.
(1) HOUSEMAN: To clean and
vacuum carpets In hallways and
guest rooms, transport clean
and soiled linen to and from
linen room, to attend all
requests by Supervisors. No
experience necessary.
(1) CONSULTANT
ENGINEER: Must be able to
supervise own staff, is
responsible for the
maintenance of pool pumps,
filtration system and pool area.


(1) NIGHT CLEANER: To
clean ovens, tables, mop and
help keep back of hotel clean.
(1) SECURITY OFFICER:
Ability to deal confidentially
with visitors and general
public. Good handwriting and
speech. Should have knowledge
of First Aid, Military and Fire
Brigade. Should also possess
Police Certificate.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Personnel Department.

C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT).
GENERAL REPAIR RMEN
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.


C6046
(1) ASSISTANT GOLF
COURSE SUPERINTEN-
DENT: To supervise crew of
30 men, as well as maintenance
of fertilization and irrigation
equipment, ordering of
equipment supplies when
needed. Experienced applicant
preferred.
(1) GOLF CART MECHANIC:
To inspect, diagnose and repair
electrical and mechanical
systems on specialized
electrical recreation vehicles.
Also must be able to weld and
paint. Experienced applicant
preferred.
(1) ASSISTANT MAITRE D':
To prepare all stations, plans
and schedules for waiters
working hours, control
payrool, train and organize
dining room staff. Must have
experience in food, menu
planning and good working
attitude.
(1) MAITRE D': To take
charge of entire dining room
staff, makes sure that the room
is properly set up. Must be able
to cook all flaming dishes and
desserts, example: Steak Diabe
and Cherries Jubilee.
Experienced applicant
preferred.
(1) CAPTAIN: To assist Maitre
D' In seating guests, takes
orders when guest Is seated and
passes it on to waiter. Must be
able to read American and
European menu, also should be
able to supervise staff of about
six to eight persons. Minimum
of two years experience.
(1) ASSISTANT BAKER: To
prepare and bake all bread
Items, sweet rolls and Danish
pastry according to the daily
menu. Experienced applicant
preferred.
(2) COOKS: To make all types
of sandwiches and fast order
food preparation, such as
Burgers, Hot Dogs, Goulash,
etc., Experienced applicant
preferred.
(1) BREAKFAST COOK: To
prepare his station, re; eggs,
cereals or pancakes and dishing
out all items from waiters'
food orders.
(1) SAUCE COOK: To take
charge of the station, details
work to assistants and makes
sure all sauces for the menu of
the day are prepared, dishes
out all sauce Items on the
menu during meal hours.
(1) DISHWASHER: Must keep
all plates, cups, etc., clean.
Keep working tables clean at
all times, washing of floors,
walls and seeing that trolley for
dishes Is always clean.
(1) SET-UP-MAN: To lift
heevy equipment such as tables
and set up bars for Banquets
and Cocktail Parties.
(1) HEAVY CLEAN-UP-MAN:
To sweep pool and pool area,
empty garbage cans and replace
lou nge mats.
(1) ELEAN-UP-MAN: To make
coffee, keep area clean, also
bring in plates and ice.
(1) TECHNICIAN: To
maintain and repair all stage
equipment Including
Amplifiers, Microphones,
Speakers, Stage Lighting.
Dimmers and all portable
public address systems.
(1) MECHANIC: To maintain
and repair Water Softeners,
Boilers. Chilled Water Systems,
Air Handling Units, Pumps and
Exhaust Fans.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F.207,
Personnel Department.


C6044
KITCHEN PORTERS: Must
have previous experience of
cleaning large kitchen area.
CLEANERS: Must be able to
do general cleaning of pots and
pans in Kitchen area. This job
requires long periods of
standing.
COOK/HELPER: Must have
some knowledge of cooking
and be able to work along with
the other cooks. Male only.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3: p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.
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.
Enterprises Limited, P. 0. Box
F-1559, Freeport, Grand
Bahama
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.


C6050
JOB TITLE: REGIONAL
SALES MANAGER FAR
EAST REGION
EDUCATION: Applicant must
be college graduate with degree
in chemical, mechanical or
petroleum engineering.
EXPERIENCE: Applicant
must have had at least ten
years experience in oil or
chemical company and
preferably have had at least
two years experience in related
international business.
DUTIES: Applicant will be
responsible for Sales/Technical
Service in Far East Region.
Must be able to contact and
conduct business ,with top
management in national and
International oil companies.
Must have general knowledge
Far East business management.
Must be willing to travel
extensively.
Interested applicants should
contact: LUBRIZOL
INTERNATIONAL S.A., P. 0.
Box F-2481, FREEPORT.
C6002
ASSISTANT COMPTROLL-
ER: Must have five years of-
hotel accounting. Capable of
training staff for accounting
department.
CHEFS: To take complete
charge of station: Supervise
and direct assistants. Must be
able to prepare French and
International cuisine.
Apply: Oceanus Hotels, Ltd.,
Personnel Dept. P. 0. Box
F531, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C6051
BUYER/PURCHASING
AGENT Must be qualified
through extensive experience
to purchase materials and
equipment for group
companies. Procurement
includes office furnishings and
equipment, office supplies,
automotive equipment and
parts, electronic and electrical
and marine equipment. Must
control issuance of purchase
orders, maintain contacts with
vendors, expedite deliveries
wherl required and assume
responsibility for customs
clearances. Also must have
knowledge of management of
land, office and warehouse
lease management and
maintain full records of
property management
operation.
LEGAL SECRETARY Good
shorthand and typing skills
required. Experience in
preparation of contracts and
other legal documents also
essential. Accuracy in typinq
documents and letters
necessary. Apply either to the
address shown below or to the
Port. Authority office in Nassau
for interview and
consideration.
TRANSMISSION AND
DISTRIBUTION DESIGNER
- Design layouts and estimates
of primary and secondary
overhead and underground
transmission and distribution
systems. Field Inspection and
supervision of all underground
work performed by
contractors. System load
studies of existing facilities for
use in the design. of new
facilities. Engineering and
design of underground and
overhead construction
standards. Preparation of large
contract specification and
detailed bid analysis.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


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06041
TEACHER needed to instruct
students In Catholic Religion
and Art. Religious education
and teachIng certificates and
degree required. Previous
experience desired.
Apply toe Headmistress. Mary,
St of the Sea School,
Freeport.

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
t of accounts, bankng, etc.,
Callmns only ne2 apply.
Call 352-7425, *Freeport.


I ELP NTED
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 Rnhama.

C 10073
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.






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O King Features S diee. e.1. n.. 1973. Word ,gh. ,.ur .J.

"...The odds are also very good that I'll fire you for
tying up that phone with calls to your bookie."

Brother Jumper


"Now. where did I put that shopping

CROSSWORD

ACOS 24 Flural ending
25. Penetrates
1. Cowboy's 28. Meat roll
friend 29. There
5. Mimi Indian 31. Look for
8. Climax 33. Buckshot
11. Drug plant 34. Constellation
12. Space suit 35. Brand
13. Everyone 37. Arctic sea bird
14. Slander 39. Honey
16. Arenas mushroom SOLUTION C
18. Away from the.41. Uncertainty
mouth 42. Ex-G.I. 47. Pitch
20. Poet Nash 43. Sister 48. Appreh
21. Small bird 45. Largest DOWN
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23. hockey site 46. Prior to 1. Taste


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2. Pleas
3. Automation
4. Game animal
5. Ourselves
6. Type squares
7. Car
8. Corse woolen
material
9. NonItIzea
10. Party platform
15. I8elil
17. See eye to eye
19. FlIbs
25. Cheapskate
26. Shelter
27. Confuse
28. Deduction
29. Asian
peninsula
30. Sauce
31. Workhard
32. Amxios
34. Plase
36. Cannect
38. Idle
40. Hint
44. Fun CitytSbr


rtibunt


am m the CareM Rtlter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Your mind is swift
Sand thinking in a logical manner today so make
sure you ae this time to put in effect current conditions of
imp mrtaam to you. Communicate and correspond with allies
and let them know what Is on your mind.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you state your needs and
aims to good friends, they will assist you in every way
possible. Attend a social event that pleases you. Discuss your
Ideas with higher-ups. Get good advice.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You now know exactly how
to add to your present abundance, so don't waste time. Meet
with an important person who can give you the backing you
need. Put a new project in operation quickly.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) The right day to exchange
ideas with good friends and get their support for your aims,
which can be mutually profitable. Make sure you are steadfast
in your aims. Improve your health.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Meet with
personal advisers who are loyal to you and gain the knowledge
you need to get ahead faster. Show compassion for the
problems of others. Don't spend money foolishly tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Show the generous side of your
nature and gain the goodwill of others, and this could be true
where prae is concerned. Make plans for the future that are
to your liking. Be logical.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Forget the unimportant and
concentrate on big things today and you get along very well.
Impress bigwigs with your fine ability. Express the finest
talent you possess. Be sure of yourself.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A day for expansion in
whatever may be your scope of endeavor, but be sure to get
the aid of experts for best results. Communicate with
out-of-towners and get ideas you need from them.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Use your hunches and see
that business and governmental matters are handled to your
satisfaction. Increased happiness is possible with loved one
tonight. Make sure you don't criticize.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are now able to
gain the support of an associate and make a better plan for the
future. Reconcile with one who has opposed you in the past.
Show a willingness to cooperate.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Ideal day to look into a
new activity that can bring in more revenue in the near future.
Be sure to study modern inventions. Fine time to improve
your health and become more vibrant.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Attend to your duties
early in the day so you can enjoy the recreation that you
desire. Be sure to bring your finest talents to the attention of
higher-ups. This can lead to something fine.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Study conditions around your
home. Remove whatever is obsolete and replace with the new.
Do some entertaining tonight. Invite only those guests into
your home who are compatible.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those clever young people who early in life will know
how to get ahead and would do well in the field of selling. The
education should be directed along such lines, but teach to
specialize. Give as much spiritual training as the mind here will
take. Religion could very well be a fine outlet.


Chess
Sr wLEONARD BARDSN












White mates in three moves.
against any defence (by L. N. de
Jong).
Par times: 10 seconds, problem
grandmaster; 30 seconds, prob-
lem master; ode minute, prob-
lem expert; three minutes, good;
eight minutes, average; 20 min.-
utes. novice.
OL'UrON NO. M" .- -

Chess Solution
I R-QKt4, K-R2; 2 R(B3)-
Qt3 (threat Aj R--mate). B-
07; 3 R-"3 mate. Ifl...B-
110; 2 R x B and 3 .-J mate.
If I.. B-Kx; 2 RAx BadJ R
L-R3 mate.
Traps jor solvers are I R-
QKtj ? B-K6S! 1 R-K7? B-
K)jl or I t.-KB7 B--KBI


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list. No 1 ura.o rtoman wordf:
so proper iames. 0 )AV'M


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Then events take an alarmIng turn. One of and In s few moments the damage isdone.
the Wotr Mites has Me Mw bo Sea-Saw Water pours into the box through the out and
aSd, elIng beside the lils box he begins Rupert, now. ending danger, ruhs for the
t ut through the earne. Oh, oh please ladder. "I must goet out of here." he g" Ps.,
don't do that I" aoutc RupeMt, looking on "before the box is flooded. But what made
helplely. You'lI let toe waer In !'1 He the Water Mites do such a thing?"
reeleemthat the Water Mibe cannot hear him, ALL RIGHTS RESEaRVE


Bridge
Ut VICTOR MOLLO
Sponsored by the Eccentric
Club and by Cutty Sark, a
three.day triangular exhibition
match will start tomorrow at
the Eccentric. One team, cap-
tained by Omar harit, will
include Rose, Sheehan and Can-
sino. Another, with Reese and
Rodrigue, will represent the club
itself. The third team will be
Northern Ireland, captained by
Des Deery.
Deery was declarer here in a
Camrose Cup match against
Scotland.
Dealer East: Love All
North
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West led the 45 to East's 4A.
Going up w.th the 4J on the
spade continuation Deery had to
find eight more tricks without
losing the lead. How should he
play?
At trick three Deery led the
48, the key card. After the 6A
came three rounds of diamonds,
ending in the closed hand, then
the 410. West played low-and
Deery ran it!
He could count East for nine
cards in the majors and he had
shown three dIamonds. so his
45 had to be a singleton.
Had West covered the $10,
Deery would have later finessed
against the 48. The 48 would
have blocked the suit, but now
all was well.


No. 7,160 by TIM McKAY
Across
1. Sword blade. (4, 5)
8. Said on occasion to a goose.
(3)
10. iorlims tale. (4, 5)
11. Unfaaenaent. (4)
12. RefreshInK drink. (3)
13. Provide a strong defence.
(09)
15. Posessors. (6)
20. Old shilling. (3)
"1. Wood worker. (6)
22. Goes with a bolt. (3)
23. Old beau. (4)
24. Japanese pub?* (o. 3)
Down
1. Unaffected by alcohol. (4, 5)
9. Part of the metropolltan
3.n umort system. (6. 3)
3. Uei e. (3)
4. OGrl In the poem. (6. 3)
irm III allegiance. (5)
I. Strayed. (4)
7. lsh of nmeat. (4)
1. .Horticulture. (6)
1". Rw metlu (3)
1I. P r oved
v i I or.
Il. Plunder.
(4)
Is. F urious
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PULL UP TO THAT PHONE TO CANCEL AN APPOINTMENT FOR MY ... UT IT WOULD BE RIGHT!
BOOTH, WILL YOU, PLEASE ? HUSBAND! WOULD YOU CALL THIS EMBARRASSING FOR ME
NUMBER AND TELL THE SECRETARY TO MAKE THE CALL
YES, THAT MR. LASSITER WON'T 5E
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iIT'S GOING TO BE A PIP YOU REAP MINPY A STORY INCIPENTALLY, ISN'T THERE A G P
LOVELY PAY, LU ANN--- BEFORE SHE WENT TO BEP? TOY STORE ON FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET.
6009 MORNING, AND I HAVE A LIGHT ANP WHAT WOULP YOu U66EST FOR
PROFESSOR FOR TEACHING SCHEPUE AT YES ---ANP WITH THE PROSE A FOUR-YEAR-OL.P?.-
SOMEONE WHO THE UNIVERSITY/ THAT I'P RAP HER ANOTHER ov
SLEEPT GET MUCH WRONG WITH A
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World records expected to fall



in Independence Track Meet

OUTSTANDING PFRI OR1% \%( IS including the possibility of setting new world records are
expected on July 6 during the Bahamas' National Independence Track and Field Meet scheduled
for the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre beginning at 10:00 a.m. The committee heading the meet
has even invited two United States officials to be present so as to confirm any of these ..


performances.
The meet will be divided
into three sections which are
the under six to I 1 years olds
beginning their competition at
10 o'clock. the under 12 to
under 16 year olds beginning at
2:00 p.m. and the under 19)
and adults beginning their
competition at 7:30 p.m
* Qualifying meets for the
track meet began tromrn early
February throughout most o0
the schools in the Bahamas.
Throughout the qualifications.
especially in the under six to
11 year old groups, the record
shows that the standard of
performance was tremendous.
As a matter of fact, a number
of young Bahamian girls
performances better the
existing boys world records in
the six, seven and eight year
old groups.
Members of the public and
school students are invited to
attend the division appropriate
to their interest. For example.
parents with students in
primary schools, and all
primary school students should
attend the morning division
whilst all those no longer with
school affiliations should
attend the 8:00 to 11:30 p.m.
division.
As only competitors and
officials will be allowed inside
the track enclosure, seating and
other spectator accommnoda-
tions will be available outside
the main fence in six main
blocks. At the end of the
sports or division of the sports,
members of the public should
leave the centre by the same
rpute by which they arrived.
rivers are asked to exercise
extreme caution while driving
within the sports centre
throughout the day.
FOR COMPETITORS
All student athletes are
asked to wear the athletic
stripe of their own school or
district to aid in judging and
easy identification by
spectators. Senior athletes
should wear the track outfit of
their own club. Athletic stripe
of overseas schools or teams
should not be worn on this
occasion, although athletes
who have represented the
Bahamas many wear their
official Bahamas clothing if
desired.
Each competitor will be
assigned a competition number
and they must wear their
correct number both on the
front and back of their vest in
order to compete, an organizer
said today.
Competitors wishing to
warm up prior to an event may
do so on the baseball field.
Fifteen minutes before the
commencement of their events,
athletes will be called to the
competitors enclosure to be
checked in by the marshall.
When the event is called, the
mauahalls will accompany all
finalists to the start of their
event and following its
conclusion, will return with the


athletes to the competitors
block
Competitors having placed
lirst second and third will
proceed to the winners
platform to receive their
awards and then rejoin the
other athletes in the
competitors block.
The following athletes are
those who will perform in the
boys under 16 years and under
14 years. Athletes participating
in other divisions will be
announced later
BOYS UNDER 16
100m Ii. Woodside (N.
Andros). B. Albury (St.
Augustine's). Kevin Turnquest
(Dleadmans Cay), L. Turnquest (L.
W. Young),Danny Roberts (S.
l.leuthera.) I. Wong (Freeport
Highh, Stephen Cooper (Abaco).
(RISI, VI.S: Scott Saunders
(imini,) I.. Pyfrom (Queen's
College).
200m P Archer (Aquinas),
Cecil Delaniicv (Ahaco Secondary).
Williams (St. Augustine's), Grey
Beneb) ((;eroge 'ownii), R Davies
(Freeport High), Danny Roberts (S.
Ileuthera). Wayne Burrows (Long
Island). (RI SERVh.S: Smith
(Prince William), B. Woodside (N.
Andros).
400in P. Archer (Aquinas), N.
Munroe (St. Augustine's). L.
Turnquest (L. W. Young). C. Rolle
(Hawksbill), N. I lowers (Catholic
High G(;rand liahamna), B. Bowleg
(N. Andros). John Morley (Forbes
Hill), RI SI RV.S: Leward Russell
(Crossing Rocks), Ferguson
(Queen's College).
OO 00n Cooper (St.
Augustine's), Nelson Whyte
(Windermnere fligh Eleu.). D. Miller
(N. Andros), Kenneth Roberts
(I arrest .Xiuma), L. Turnquest
(Aquimnas), Barry Whylly (L. W.
Young), Mervin Dean (Long
Island), Leiand Russell (Crossing
Rocks), Gardiner (Government
High), Randy Lafrenier (S.
Eleu thera).
1,50. m Hooper (St.
Augustine's), M. Rigby (8 Mile
Rock), II. Chatton (Hlawksbill),
Cartwright (St. John's), C. Laing
(Freeport HIigh), Munroe
(Government High), Wilfred
Burrows (D)eadmans Cay), McPhee
(L. W. Young), Mervin Dean (Long
Island).
LONG J. Finlayson (St,
Augustine'), Stephenson Cooper
(Abaco), Black (San Salvador
Secondary). R. Davies (Freeport
High), Randy Lafremler (S.
Eleuthera), Greg Beneby (George
Town). RESERVES: Butler
(Andros), T. Wong (Freeport High),
Iarquharson (A. F. Adderley).
HOP. STEP, JUMP Finlayson
(St. Augustine's), C. Williams
(lFreeport High), Edwin Finder
(McLeans Town), Butler (Prince
William). Duke Stewart (Bluff
Eleuthera), D. Woods (N. Andros)
Cooper (Queens' College),
RESERVES: Longley (R. M.
Bailey)
HIGH JUMP Isaacs (St.
Augustine's). C. Rolle (Hawksbill),
Chase (Queen's College), D. Woods
(N. Andros), James Rolle (Bimini),
K. Culmer (West End), Ichail Butler
(S. Eleuthera). RESERVES:
Sawyer (St. John's College), Black
(San Salvador Secondary), Toote
(C. H. Reeves),
SHOT 10 LBS. E. Hepburn
(Abco Secondary), Foreman
(Freeport High), F. Palacious
(Hawksbill), B. Woodside (N.
Andros)., K. Thomposn (S.
Eleuthera), C. Bethel (Long Island),
Culmer (C. C. Sweeting),
RESERVES: Scaly (St. Johns
College). Kevin Russell (Bimini).
DISCUS Bullard (Government
High), Cecil Bethel (Long Island);
L. Missick (Catholic High). James
Deveaux (Moss Town), C. Cooper
(Hawksbill), Tony Douglas (Abaco


Secondary). RESERVES: Williams
(St. Augustine's) L. Laing (High
Rock) Leroy Whylly (L. W. Young)

BOYS UNDER 14
100M Wayde Cash (Abaco), S.
Williams (St. Augustine's). J.
Williams (N. Andros). K. Kelly (N.
Andros), C. Delaney (St. John's),
R. Moxey (Catholic High School),
Patrick Wright (S. Eleuthera),
RESERVES: D. Vogt (A. F.
Adderley), Rudolph Rolle (Long
Island), D. Parker (L. W. Young).
200M S. Williams (St.
Augustine's), Junior Cooper (Rock
Sound), Marion McPhee (George
Town), C. Delaney (St. Johns), A.
Capron (Hawksbill), J. Munnings
(N. Andros), I Handfield (Inagua).
RESERVES Bradford Russell (St.
Vincent). H. Johnson (A. F.
Adderley).
400M Curry (St. Augustine's),
H. Johnson (A. F. Adderley),
Gaidon Pinder (McLeans Town,
Hanna (St. John's),
C. Edgecombe (Catholic High).
Gregory Barr (Mount Thompson),
Lockhart (Government High).
BOOM Bradley Fox (Long
Island), J. Smith (Hawksbill), R.
Williams (Mary Star of the Sea),
Dorsett (C. H. Reeves), Curry (St.
Augustine's), Gregory Barr (Mount
Thompson), P. Saunders (N.P.
Catholic Sch.), J. Thompson
(Coopers Town), Pratt (St. John's),
RESERVES: C. Edgecombe
(Catholic High School), Thompson
(T. G. Glovers).
LONG JUMP Hanna (St.
John's), Williams (St. Augustine's),
A. Thompson (Gregory Town), I.
Handfield (Inagua), R. Moxey
(Catholic High Freeport), Dan
Newbold (Abaco Secondary), Gary
Sands (S. Eleuthera), RESERVES:
Lockhart (Government High), A.
Anderson (S. Eleuthera).
HOP, STEP, JUMP D. Parker
(L. W. Young), Vogt (A. F.
Adderley), G. Bodle (Freeport
High) D. Rahming (Government
High), Miller (D. W. Davis), E.
Bowe (Hawksbill) Ferguson
(Queens College) .
HIGH JUMP Wildgoose (St.
Augustine's), Pat Wright (S.
Eleuthera), E. Anderson (S.
Eleuthera), Kirkwood Robins
(Bimini), K. Neely (N. Andros), E.
Henry (Freeport High),
RESERVES: Levarity (C. H.
Reeves). I. Handfield (Inagua),
Lockhart (Government High).
SHOT L. Colebrooke (N.
Andros), Horton (St. John's),
Livingstone Romar (George Town),
Curry (St. Augustine's), W. Bums
(Hawksblll), McKenzie (C. I.
Gibson). Charles Jones (San
Salvador Secondary). RESERVES:
Griffin (T. G. Glovers).
DISCUS Moss (St.
Augustine's), B. Darville (Inagua),
0. Grey (8 Mile Rock, Simeon
Miller (Long Island), Cox (A. F.
Adderley) Larry Williams (Abaco
Secondary) Archer (Government
High) RESERVES: Knowles
(Queen's College), Dannie Sands
(Long Island)


U.S. BASEBALL
NEW YORK, JUNE 28 (AP) -
David Clyde made his much
publicized debut with the Texas
Rangers Wednesday night, allowing
just one hit over five innings to
defeat the Minnesota Twins 4-3.
The IC-year-old took the mound
before a sellout crowd of 35,698
and struck out eight Twins before
departing in the sixth on the long
end. of the score. Despite the
strikeouts, Clyde's control was not
sharp as he threw over 100 pitches,
walking seven.
The Baltimrore Orioles shut
out the New York Yankees 4-0; the
Detroit Tigers topped the
Milwaukee Brewers 6-3 and 5-4 in a
twi-night doubleheader and the
Cleveland Indians-Boston Red Sox
game was rained out.
The Chicago Cubs beat the
Montreal Expos 6-1 In the first
game of a twin bill, but play was
suspended after 12 innings of the
nightcap with the score tied at 3-3;
the New York Mets managed a 7-6
victory over the Philadelphia
Phillies in the first game of a
twi-nlghter, with the Phils coming
back to win the second game 7-1;
the San Francisco Giants downed
the Atlanta Braves 6-5; the St.
Louis Cardinals pounded the
Pittsburgh Pirates 15-4, and the
Houston Astros blasted the
Cincinnati Reds, 10-2.
In West Coast night action, the
California Angels defeated the
slumping Chicago White Sox 3-1
and the Oakland Athletics edged
the Kansas City Royals 3-2.

BOB FOSTER TO
FIGHT SOUTH AFRICAN
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW
MEXICO (AP) An Albuquerque
newspaper seys world light
heavyweight champion Bob Foster
will defend his title here later this
month.
The Albuquerque JoumrIl,
quoting fight promoter Paul
Chavez, reported Wednesday that


Feeleosr will fight Pierre Floure of
South Africa.
Chavez said Floure was named
by the World Boxing Association as
Foster's new opponent, the
newspaper reported.
It quoted Foster, an
Albuquerque resident and a county
sheriffs deputy, as saying, "I've
always wanted to defend my title
here. That was my dream when I
was boxing as any amateur."
Chavew said the fight will be held
In late July or August and predicted
the pgate will be about 250,000
dollars, the newspaper reported.
The title bout would be the first
In New Mexico since Jack Johnson
defended his heavyweight crown
against Jim Flynn In Las Vegas, Ne"
MtexIo, Julv4J912.
Floure's only loss since turning
pro in 1969 was a 10-round
decision to Dick Cuffy in his debut.
Flours, 29, wanted to fight
Foster in his home town of
.'olnr:iusbiirg, Soulth Africa


LEO ROLLE makes a
fantastic stretch to return a
volley in the men's doubles
which he won with his partner
Trevor Graham.


BROKERS POINT


WIN EXUMA


SWIM MEET

ROKERS POINT School
captured six firsts, five seconds and
one third of seventeen events to
take a first place overall in the
Exuma Schools Independence
Swimming Meet held in George
Town recently. Williams Town with
six firsts and two seconds and
George Town taking five firsts, two
seconds and one third was third.
RESULTS
BOYS 25m Freestyle under 10 -
(I) JUNIOR ROACH, Rokers
Point, 32.5s (2) Garth Rolle. Mount
Thompson, (3) Thomas Sears.
Forbes Hill.
BOYS 25m Freestyle under 8 -
H. Gray. Williams Town, 34.5s (2)
Steve Smith, Rokers Point.
BOYS 50m Freestyle under 12
(I) Julian Marshall) Geroge
Town, 55.5s (2) Warren Bain.
Rokers Point (3) Obadiah Clarke,
Iorbes Hill
GIRLS 50m Freestyle under 12
(I) LORRAINE MINNS.) George
Town, 1.2.5s, (2) Irene Williams.
Rokers Point (3) Mary Smith.
Forbes Hill
BOYS 50m Freestyle under 10 -
(I) Edward Knowles. George Town,
1.4.8s (2) JUNIOR ROACH.
Rokers Point, (3) Thomas Sears.
Forbes Hill.
GIRLS 50m Breastroke under
14. (1) BETTY DAVIS. Rokers
Point
BOYS 50m Backstroke under 14
(1) Livingstone Morris. Rokers
Point, Im.ls, (2) Robert
Thompson. Forbes Hill, (3) Kendal
Curtis. Rolle Town.
GIRLS 50m Backstroke under
14. (1) Beverley Bullard. Williams
Town, 59s, (2) Betty Davis. Rokers
Point.
BOYS 100m Freestyle under 12
(1) Julian Marshall.) Geroge
Town, lm.56s, (2) Arthur Rolle.
Mount Thompson, (3) Warren Baln.
Rokers Point.
GIRLS 100m Breastroke under
14 (1) Beverley Bullard. Williams
Town, 2m.38s
BOYS 100m Breastroke under
14 (I) Livingstone Morris.
Rokers Point, 2m.37s (2) James
Dorsett. Williams Town (3rd
Tyronne Bullard. Forbes Hill
GIRLS 100m Front crawl under
14 (1) Irene Williams. Rokers
Point, 2m.29s
BOYS 100m Front crawl under
14 (1) Harold Sears. Williams
Town, 2m.3s (2) Monty Thompson.
Forbes Hill
GIRLS 100m Free style under
14 (I) Karen Rolle. Williams
Town, lm.7.5s (2) Lorraine
MINNS.) George Town
BOYS 100m Front crawl under
14 (I) (Julian Marshall.) George
Town, lm.45s (2) James Dorsett.
Williams Town (3) Robert
Thompson. Forbes Hill
OPEN 100m MENS (1)
Godfrey Sweeting. Williams Town,
Im.27s, (2) Jackie McKenzie.
Stuart Manor, (3) Gregory Beneby.
Geroge Town.
OPEN 100m WOMEN (1)
Jenny Kettel. Rokers Point, (2)
(Lorraine Minns.) George Town.
VOLLEYBALL
IS POSTPONED
THE BAHAMAS Volleyball
Federation's series in the C. I.
Gibson gym has been
postponed until July 5 to allow
use of the gym by the Bahamas
Amateur Basketball
Association for their
Independence tournament.
The volleyball series
continues on July 5 with a
match between defending
ladies champions Coca Cola
Jets and the Ministry of
Education at 7 p.m.
Prince Williams High face a
BEC team in the closing game.
BASEBALL RAINED OUT
WITH JET Set leading 3-0, a
sudden downpour of rain
forced cancellation of their
battle to upset league leading
Big 0 Market during last
night's first game at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre. The
game came to a halt in the top
of the first inning.
Big Q return to the field
tonight 8 o'clock against
Paradise Island rain
permitting.
FIAT'S WORLD RECORD
WARSAW (AP)- A polish Fslat


car built here on Italian licence
Wednesday set a new world speed
record In the 1500 cc: class over
25,000 miles.
It reached an average speed of
138,140 kph, almost 20 kph better
than the previous world record of
"Ford Cortina."
Last weekend the same car set
the new world record over 25,000
kilometers.
The car continues the race
aiming to beat the record over
50,000 kilometers.


Margaret Court wins,


so does Jim Connors


WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND (AP)
- Rain that fell over Wimbledon
courts most of the morning cleared
Thursday in time for play to start
on schedule at 1300 GMT.
The day's programme if the
weather held long enough to get It
finished would have cleared up
all the men's and women's second
round matches, and a handful in
the men's third round.
Fifth-seeded Rosemary Casals of
the United States beat England's
Sue Mappin in two sets 6-3, 6-4.
Margaret Court, who has won the
Australian and French titles this
year and is going for the grand
slam, opened her title bid with a
6.2, 6-3 win over fellow Australian
Karen Krantzcke.
Mrs. Court has spent the last
week nursing a back Injury and
looked a little stiff at the start of
the match. Later she loosened up
and moved well around the court,
looking her usual self.
The scoreline did not tell the
true story of the match, however.
Mrs. Court had to battle a full hour
for victory, and there were long
games with recurring deuces. Misn
Krantzcke hit flowing ground shots
and was unlucky to see a lot of
them Just miss the line.
A packed crowd of 16,000
watched the match on the Centre
Court.
Jimmy Connors, the United
States' top hope in the men's
singles, beat David Lloyd of Britain
6-4, 6-3, 5-7, 6.2 and moved into
the third round.
The 20-year-old left-hander from
Belleville, Ill., controlling his
double-handed backhand well, had
a slight edge over the Welshman
through most of the match and
aeaared heading for a straight sets


victory when he broke to 4-3 in the
third set.
Lloyd recovered to win that set.
But the American quickly led 2-0 in
the fourth and took a firm grip on
the match after that. From then he
won three games in a row and
dropped only one point.
Bjorn Borg, the Swedish wonder
boy who is seeded sixth in his first
senior Wimbledon, got in the last
32 with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 second
round win over the experienced
Belgian Patrice Holmbergen, but
after winning the first two sets with
relative ease he lost his touch
midway through the third.
Up to then, Borg had been
stroking the ball to both comers
and keeping Holmbergen on the
run. The Swede's services were
difficult to handle, and until
midway through the third set did
Holmbergen get a break. That was
on the eighth game, just after Borg
had broken him to go Into a lead.
Borg's concentration
momentarily relaxed with victory
in sight, and he served a double
fault followed by a weak volley
Into the net to let Holmbergen
break back to 4-4. BuD then Borg
pulled himself together and some
deep drives brought hhia another
service break and a 5-4 lead.
That was enough. Serving with
authority, he needed only one
match point to take the set 6-4 and
the match 6-4, 6-2, 6-4.
Top-seeded lie Nastase of
Romania romped through his
opening set against 20-year-old Ivan
Moline of Colombia, but lost
concentration and dropped a set
before eventually winning 6-2, 7-9,
..-7-5, 6-1.


Thursday, June 28,



Leo Rolle takes all the



honours at Brut Open

LEO ROLLE, the Bahadmm top seeded player, ca.e out winnr
dd thAee of hi events inthe final day ofplayt the 1973 Brt"


Open Tennis Champl ships at
oan Sunday.
In the men's singles event,
Leo hammered Bertram
Knowles a devastating
6-1, 6-0 to prove himself once
again the Bahamas top tennis
player.
Teaming up with Trevor
Graham for the men's doubles,
Leo faced Bertram once again,
but this time it was a bit more
difficult as Bob Isaacs was on
the scene. Nevertheless Leo
and Trevor came out the
victors in a gruelling 7-5, 7-5
match.
His next win came in the
mixed doubles with Beaulah
Richmond, in a fantastic
match. They managed to fight
off an aggressive attack by
Trevor Graham and Kate
Seller. The Graham Seller
team went into an early lead as
they won the first set with an
im pressive 10-8 victory.
However Leo was not to be
denied as he came back with
the help of Beaulah and tied
the match with a 7-5 win. In
the third and final set another
battle took place, but the
Rolle-Richmond team came
out the winners 8-6.
WOMEN'S WINNER
In the Ladies singles event
top seeded Vicky Knowles
remained number one as she
defeated Jane Wiberg 6-0 in the
first set and a gruelling 9-7 in
the second.
Immediately after the game
a presentation ceremony took
place on the eastern patio of
the Hyatt Emerald Beach. Mr.
Bill Nesbitt, managing director
of Inter-Island Sales Company
made the presentations which
consisted of cash awards
donated by Faberge (makers
of Brut) to the professionals
and trophies and Brut gifts also
donated by Faberge, to
unseeded players. Winners of
the events were as follows.
Men's Singles: Leo Rolle -
winner, Bertram Knowles -
Runner-Up, Felix Rolle Best
Unseeded Players.
Ladies Singles: Viky
Knowles Winner, Jane
Wiberg Runner-Up, Ann
Parnell Best Unseeded
Player.


the Hyatt Emerald Beach D

Men's Doubles: LeP
Rolle-Trevor Graham
Winners, Bertram Knowlas-Bob
Isaacs Runaer-p, Felix
Rolle-Elias Antonas Best
Unseeded Players.
Mixed Doubles: Leo
Rolle-Beaulah Richmond -
Winners, Trevor Graham-Kate
Seller Runners-Up, Trevor
Graham-Kate Seller Best
Unseeded Players.


JIPCHO BREAKS RECORD
HELSINKI (A)- Ben Jipeho of
Kenya Wednesday set a new world
record here by running the 3,000
meters steeplechase 8:14 sees.
JIpcho, 29, beat his own old
record with over five seconds. Hb
held the old world record 8:19.8,
set at the same Helsinki Olympic
Stadium two weeks ago.
The prison guard of Kenya took
the lead after 900 meters and then
laid the ground for the record
between the 1,000 and 1,500
meters mark, sprinting ahead of his
competitors.

ITALIAN'S 800m. RECORD
MILAN (AP)- Marcello
Flasconaro of Italy broke the world
800 meters record Wednesday,
clocking a time of 1:43.7 minutes
in the Italy-Czechoslovakia track
and field meeting.
South African-born Flasconarq
broke one of the oldest records it
track and field, the 1:44.3 set by
Peter Snell of New Zealand In
1962.
The record had been equalled by
Ralph Doubell of Australia In 1960;
Fisaconaro had run the 800
meters In 1:44.7 earlier this year In
South Africa, where he lives during
the winter and part of the summer.
He comes to Italy during the track
season for the major events in
Europe.
Flasconaro was off to a fantastic
start and he covered the first 500
meters in 51 seconds flat. At the
600-meter mark he was clocked in
1:16.5 and he crossed the finish
line with no apparent effort.

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