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VOL. LXX. No. 182


Friday, June 29, 1973.


Price: IS Cents


SENATE LEADER CHIDES SENATORS TO

EXPLAIN BILLS AND THEN CHARGES-


Skyward crew


& passengers


stricken by


mystery illness


Senate doesn't justify


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ta rubber stamp'


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE SENATE MUST CEASE to be a "rubber stamp" if its continued existence is to be justified to the country,
government Leader in the Senate Paul L. Adderley declared this morning.


Senators should instead
conduct Senate business in a
manner designed to promote
public understanding of
legislation, he said.
Sen. Adderley, Minister of
External Affairs, was
discussing the future of the


Senate in an independent
Bahamas at the conclusion of
the upper chamber's last
meeting before Independence
Day.
He pointed out that "the
existence of the Senate is an
enshrinement in the


Constitution capable of change
only by the most laborious
process.
"But there is a substantial
body of legitimate opinion
which today regards this
chamber as an -anachronistic
relic of colonialism.


Top hotel men charged over health.



requiremeInts,the. Crown drops case


By SIDNEY OORSETT
GENER4L MANAGERS AND OWNERS of iane New Providence Hotels, charged with failing
to meet with Miistry of Health tquirements, had prosecution charges withdrawn when they were
.summoned before Chief Magistrate-ilton Hercus in the lower court this morning.
Several other New Gra* Town representative garbage and other rubbish from
Providence property owners Franln Wilson also attacked her yard, "being the occupant
and landlords, as well as a the po4r health standard of of the property," she broke
female tenant were also some of the restaurants in the down and cried.
summoned beforer amo "B''h1 imas. .* "f "TheSe unitary. Inspectors
lower court magistrate, Mr. Mr. Wilson had.'said during don't be dbin their jobs. All
George Hannays, who fined the June 20 sitting of the yards in that
one of them $10 and Parliament that "the actions of neighbourhood are dirty. He
adjourned the cases of almost a number of restaurant must have something against
11 others until next Friday owners and the standard of me. He is row me all the time. I
upon the request of a Ministry health care in their establish- won't want him to be bugging
of Health official, Mr. Samuel ments go against that basic around me," she said of Mr.
F. Ince. desire. A number of these Ince.
Mr. Ince, who prosecuted in restaurants make a special "All the people in chapel
the case before Magistrate effort when it comes time for Street are asking why he is
Hannays, was al'o present in licensing, then they let the doing this to me," she said.
court with Legal Department health standards drop until it is Mr. Ince, however, told the
Crown Counsel Mrs. Janet time to re-license." court that Health inspectors
Bostwick who informed Chief Health Minister Roker said who visited her property found
Magistrate Hercules that the his Ministry intend to it "filthy." An order was made
Attorney General intended to introduce legislation for her to provide a rubbish bin
discontinue prosecution of the empowering the Minister to and to have the yard cleaned,
hotel representatives, suspend the licences of hotel which she said she rented from
Among those charged in operators who did not meet a Mrs. Brennan.
court were Emerald Beach the minimum requirements. She carried out the
Hotel General manager William "I want to tell members that instructions, but only after the
Storr; George R. Myers, Nassau the Ministry of Health has time given two weeks had
Beach; Robert Souers, Sonesta; found that more than half the expired.
Anthony di Scala, Sheraton major and smaller hotels in Mr. Ince also accused Arnold
British Colonial; Colin Nassau and Paradise Island do Heastie, Blue Hill Road, of
McNabb, Nassau Harbour Club; not meet our health refusing to move a "derelict
J. Wong, Harbour Moon Hotel requirements. vehicle" from property that he
and Restaurant; Trev Cooper, One of the hotel operators, had claimed as his own but
Lowe's Hotel and Mr. Bernard who had requested an withdrew the claim after the
Perron, Montagu Beach HoteL extension from the Ministry of Ministry of Health made a
The hotel operators were Health so that he could bring survey, which proved the
told separately of the his business up to standard said property belonged to
Ministry's unwillingness to this afternoon that he "was Government.
continue with the prosecution. surprised to see so many others Mr. Ince said that when
The magistrate told them, (hotel operators) there." Heastie, who denied the
however, that the matter could Two of the hotel operators, charge, had claimed ownership
be a continuing one. "If any Robert Souers of Sonesta, and of the land on Baillou Hill
new evidence is brought against Anthony di Scala of Sheraton Road opposite his home, he
you, they can summon you B.C., were represented by made a promise to the Ministry
back again." other hotel representatives as to remove two junk vehicles.
It is understood, however, they were off the island. DISMISSED
that the action this morning on Following the withdrawal of The case against Heastie wa
the part of the Attorney charges this morning, dismissed by the magistrate
General and the Ministry of prosecution of three health who said that the Health
Health was because the hotel offenders took place before Ministry "produced no
operators have brought their Magistrate Hannays who evidence showing that the bus
businesses up to standard since adjourned the cases of about was put there by Mr. Heaste.
the time of the health eleven others until next Friday. was put there by Mr. Heastie.
inspection. 'OUT FOR ME' Mr. Ince told the magistrate
HALF HOTELS Chapel Street resident, Mrs. that his Ministry was involved
This morning's action comes Julia Kelly, a tenant in a rented in a clean-up campaign or
nine days afer the shock house charged that Health Baillou Hill Road as it is the
disclosure in Parliament by officer, Mr. Ince, "must be out route to be travelled by Prince
Health Minister Loftus Roker for me." Charles, Prince of Wales, upo
that more than half the hotels Fined $10 for failing to his arrival for the Bahamas
in Nassau and Paradise Island provide a 55-gallon bin or a Independence celebrations on
were not up to the required suitable substitute to dispose July 10-
standard of his ministry. of refuse and to also remove The magistrate gave landlord
ARGEDAAT Fred Higgs time to correct
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ELROY FARRINGTON,
16, an unemployed mechanic
charged jointly with another
youth with the June 5
strangling death of Anthony

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-FREEPORT ONLY


Griffin, 21, of Rupert Dean
Lane was freed yesterday when
a lower court magistrate
refused to commit him for trial
due to lack of evidence.
His former co-accused,
Vernal Martin, 18, Market
Street was committed for trial
in the Supreme Court during
the July Sessions by Magistrate
Emmanuel Osadebay following
a preliminary inquiry
yesterday.
Martin, a busboy, is accused
of strangling Griffin following
a robbery attack on Market
Street near the Drumbeat Club.


"There is a certain amount
of reason to that argument,
and it is well that we not
ignore it and think that the
existence of this chamber is
sufficiently guaranteed by the
Constitution."
He said it seemed to him the
Senate would exist only so
long as it maintained sufficient
confidence on the part of the
country to justify its
continuity. He was "not
entirely sure" the Senate
presently enjoyed that
confidence.
RUBBER STAMP
"Under the present
Constitution and by the nature
of its composition
(Government always has
substantial majority) it has
been almost natural for the
Senate to be what it has been
accused of being, a rubber
stamp, and that's true."
The continued existence of
the Senate "would serve no
useful purpose if it merely
served the purpose of allowing
Government and Opposition to
repeat the same arguments on a
bill already given and recorded
when that bill was passing
through another place (the
House of assembly)
"To n~? thinking, it can only
justify its existence if it
*attempts to and succeeds in
adopting a different dimension
in its approach to legislation
which by the nature of things
(Government's majority) is
bound to be passed.


"It is a waste to the country
if we do not draw on the
intellect of our senators. More
time ought to be given to the
amplification, clarification and
explanation of bills in the
public interest. We should deal
with the manner of
administration of laws which
come before us, rather than
with whether the bill will
become law or not."
Senate President Gerald
Cash opened the floor to
comments on independence
after three bills were passed.
Opposition Senate Leader
Orville A. Turnquest took the
opportunity to reiterate his
party's stand that it was felt
"the timing for independence
was not yet right," but the
wishes of the people as
expressed in the September
general elections had to be
abided by.
It is now the intention of
the Opposition "to make this
country always abide by the
democratic process, always
adhere to the rule of law and
to constitutional government."
The Senate was adjourned
sine die after it had passed -
without debate, comment or
dissenting votes the
Financial Administration and
Audit Act, the International
Monetary Fund/World Bank
Agreement Act and the Flags
and Coat of Arms Regulations
Act.
SERVICE BROADCAST
FROM EXUMA
AN ECUMENICAL service
to mark independence is to be
held 3 p.m. Sunday at St.
John's Baptist Church in
George Town, Exuma, and
broadcast live over radio
Bahamas, the Independence
Secretariat reported.
Preaching the sermon at the
special service for Exuma
residents of all denominations
will be the Rev. E. J. Rolle,
J.P.
Representing the
Government at the service will
be Commissioner Cecil S.
Marche.


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Estate. Mr. Higgs said that
work was being carried out on
it.
He also adjoured the case of
Leander Minnis, another
landlord, charged with failing
to fix a septic tank at a house
rented to tenants in Parker
Street. Minnis pleaded not
guilty to the charge.
Mr. Minnis told the court
that the Health Ministry did
not have a case against him as
he had rectified the problem
with the septic tank after his
tenants had told him about it.


Students donate$2,000 to National Museum


EDWARD BUTLER AND JUDITH TAYLOR, students of the Donald W. Davis Junior
High School, presented Mrs. Sylvia Ross, chairman of the fund raising committee of the
National Museum and Research Centre with a cheque for $2000, which was a pledge the
school made In February of this year. The presentation was made on Monday morning at
the general assembly on behalf of the students of the school. Pictured from left to right
are: Mr. Tracey Strachan, headmaster, D. W. Davis Junior High; Mr. Edmund Moxey,
Parliamentary Secretary for Community Development; Edward Butler, the Hon.
Livingstone Coakley, Minister of Education and Culture; Mr. Sinclair Outten,
Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Education and Culture; Mrs. Sylvia Ross, Judith
Taylor, Mr. J. K. Hutchings headmaster of Queen's College Primary School; Mrs. Sybil
Strachan and Mr. L. Archer.


BWA man brands


Tribune story

on Anchorage


as'malicious'


BAHAMAS World Airlines
director and financial
comptroller, Madison
MacDonald, today branded as
"malicious" a Tribune story
last Saturday dealing with
reports that the airline was
planning a 200-room extension
to the BWA-owned Anchorage
Hotel on West Bay Street.
Mr. MacDonald would
neither confirm nor deny the
report, nor did he amplify on
his charge that the story was
"malicious."
Numerous reports of the
planned extension were
recently supported by
land-clearing and surveying
operations on 78,000 square
feet of land immediately south
of the Anchorage.
A night-club/meeting hall
and tennis courts were also to
be built on the site, the reports
claimed.
At the time no BWA
spokesman could be reached to
comment on the reports, and
Mr. MacDonald was contacted
only this morning.
The story Saturday went on
to recount the recent history
of the hotel, which included
several clashes with the
Bahamas Hotel and Catering
Workers' Union over late
payment of salaries and alleged
pay-cuts.
It also recalled the fact that
a BWA application for charter
routes between the Bahamas
and the U.S. was turned down
by the U.S. Civil Aeronautics
Board in January, when it
appeared to the CAB that the
airline's financial position was
"precarious and its
management staff "not
qualified."
The Tribune today also
reached Mr. Rudy Moultrie,
Anchorage general manager
and BWA sales manager.
However, Mr. Moultrie said Mr.
MacDonald "has more
up-to-date information than I
have."

SEARCH FOR MISSING
CESSNA CALLED OFF
GEORGETOWN, GUYANA,
(AP) A jungle search was called
off today for a Cessna 206 aircraft
with six persons aboard, Guyana's
civil director announced.
Authorities had looked for the
plane since June 10.
It's now presumed that the
American pilot Mitch Rushing;
copilot Brian Bascom; assistant
manager of BOAC owned Pegasus
Hotel; Roger Jobling
superintendent of Fortes Trust
Houses, Gerald Knowles; and
former Guyana defense force
captain Martin Nascimento and
British-born wife, Joan, are dead.
The plane had left on June ten
for a flight to Kaleteur Falls in
Guayana's interior, but bad weather
reportedly forced Rushing to land
the plane on a small airstrip called
Madhia in the interior.
Rushing again took off from
Madhia planning to return to Ogle,
about two miles outside
Georgetown, but never made it,
according to authorities.


PETER A. RAHMING


2 married Bahamian



Catholic men become



church deacons tonight

TWO BAHAMIAN men will bt the first to be ordained to the
permanent diaconate of the Catholic Church in services at
o'clock tonight at Our Lady's Church, Young Street.


Peter A. Rahming and
Lawrence E. Bethell, who were
among the first to become
interested in the diaconate for
married men, will receive the
Sacred Orders by the laying on
of hands from Bishop Paul
Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B., D.D.,
LL.D. Tonight's service is the
culmination of four years of
planning and preparation.
The permanent diaconate
was restored in the Roman
Catholic Church by decree of
the Second Vatican Council in
November, 1964. In June,
1967, Pope Paul VI issued the
general principles for its
renewal, and the bishops of the
Antilles Conference, to which
the Bahamas belongs, issued
their guidelines for the
permanent diaconate in 1971.
But already two years
before, in 1969, Father Preston
Moss had been recruiting
interested men and organizing
an educational and on-the-spot
training programme for
diaconal candidates. In the Fall
of that year the Priests Senate
approved the programme and
Bishop Hagarty endorsed it in a
pastoral dated September 28,
1969.
"The main function of the
permanent deacons," wrote the
bishop in his 1969 pastoral, "is
to baptize, solemnize
marriages, preside at funerals,
preach, and distribute Holy
Communion." In the area of
social work, where the
deacon's service is perhaps
more urgently needed, the
initiative is largely left to the
individual deacon, who
functions in that area
according to his personal
talents, his family
responsibilities and his
particular employment.
ACTIVE
To prepare themselves for
their responsibilities, Messrs.
Bethell and Rahming have been
active for many years in their
own parish of Saint Joseph and


in other Nassau churches. Their
more specialized academic
training has consisted of
weekly classes and discussion
periods, and these will
continue after ordination.
Seminars and workshops in
Scripture, Christology,
Sacramental and Moral
Theology, Ecumenism, Liturgy
and Catechetics form part of
the formation programme for
deacons.
Messrs. Rahming and Bethell
have attended seminars in
Jamaica and Barbados and will
be travelling to Trinidad in
July for the third annual
Antilles Pastoral Institute.
"Ordination to the
diaconate is permanent," said a
Chancery spokesman, "and so
is the on-going education
programme." The annual
January seminar for clergy and
laity, sponsored by the
diaconate committee, is now
an annual event in Nassau. Rev.
Silvan Bromenshenkel, O.S.B.,
pastor of St. Cecilia's Church,
is director of the diaconate
programme.
Mr. Peter Alexander
Rahming was born in Nassau
on November 22, 1926 and is
the son of Mrs. Albertha
Edgecombe of Peters Street.
He is married to the the former
Pearl Douglas, a nurse, and
they have four children,
Patrice, Antoinette, Peter Jr.
and Preston. Mr. Rahming is a
licensed aircraft engineer and
is employed by Bahamasair.
Mr. Lawrence Eugene
Bethell was born at New Bight,
Cat Island, on May 24, 1929,
the son of the late Matthew
Bethell and Catherine Bethell
nee Laramore. Mr. Bethell is
married to Sarah Bethell nee
Bethell. They have seven
children, Lawrence Jr., Mrs.
Linda Hanna, Andrea, Eugene,
Gayle, Joan and Raymond. Mr.
Bethell is employed at
Bahamas Telecommunications
Corp. as a technical officer in
the engineering department.


THE NORWEGIAN liner
Skyward, due to arrive here
Thursday, was instead sailing at
top speed for Miami with
nearly all its passengers and
crew stricken with diarrhoea,
fever and dizziness.
The ship is due to put in to
the port of Miami at midnight,
cutting short a seven-day cruise
that included stops at Cape
HIlaitien, San Juan, and St.
Thomas.
Cause of the mass illness has
_till not been ascertained. The
600 passengers and 300 crew
will be placed in quarantine
when they arrive in Miami and
will be examined by doctors
from the National Centre for
Disease Control in Atlanta,
Georgia.
Dr. William Barker of the
Centre said the outbreak was
not a serious form of illness.
"We only know the disease is
fortunately not serious; it is
incapacitating but the people
are doing all right," he added.
The Coast Guard flew
supplies of Gatorade, a drink
to combat dehydration, and
paregoric for diarrhoea to the
stricken Norwegioan Caribbean
Lines vessel Thursday
afternoon. The airlift was made


in a fixed-wing seaplane, a
spokesman said. None of the
crew or passengers required
removal, the Coast Guard and
cruise line said.
Al Wolfe, vice-president of
Norwegian Caribbean Lines,
said the 525-foot ship was
steaming at full speed from St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands. The
Skyward departed Miami last
Saturday, stopped in Haiti
Monday, San Juan 'Iuesday
and St. Thomas Wednesday
and was scheduled to visit
Nassau Thursday as part of the
seven-day cruise made weekly
from Miami.
Mr. Wolfe said passengers
and crew members began
coming down with the ailment
while the ship was in San Juan.
By the time the vessel reached
St. Thomas, the ailment had
spread to almost every one, he
said.
Dr. Barker said the illness
was probably caused by either
bacteria in food or water
aboard the ship or some form
of virus picked up in stops at
Haiti or San Juan, P.R.
"We are examining
specimens taken in San Juan
but we do not expect any
results until at least today,"
Dr. Barker said.
The Skyward is represented
in Nassau by United Shipping.

NEW RULING ON

GAMING DEBTS
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) The
state supreme court ruled
today that New Jersey
residents no longer can avoid
paying gambling debts incurred
in Puerto Rico by simply
claiming that gambling is illegal
in this state.
In a 7-0 decision, the court
ruled that the Caribe Hilton
Hotel of San Juan, P.R.,could
sue Marvin Toland in a New
Jersey court to recover a
gambling debt.
The court said that Toland
promised to pay the debt, but
stopped payment on cheques
Justice Worrall F. Mounhain,
Jr., in his opinion for the
court, said the question posed
by the case was "should New
Jersey any longer remain a
privileged sanctuary for those
who play but will not pay?"
He continued, "can it longer
be said that gambling is so
offensive to the public policy
of New Jersey as to justify our
courts in continuing to deny
relief to a suitor claiming the
fruits of a gambling debt which
has arisen in a jurisdiction
which legally countenances the
wagering transaction?
"We think not." he said




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WITE HOUSE ATEMPS AT INTIMIDATION
WASHINGTON (AP) Senator Low WecIker said he was "A Unk
mad" at what he called White House atteoms to intimidate him. He ma e
biN remark during yesterday's questioning of former White House counsel
Jobs Dean. Wecke said that several attempts had been made to intimidate
or discrdit him.
One such event he said included fabricated stories circulated by former
White House aide Charles Colson. Wickekr aMid Colson had tried to lure a
newsmen into saying that Weeker had misused funds contributed to him
through the White Hous t Mi 1970 campaign. Colson denle the char .
TheWaterate hearings continue today beginning at 10 a.m. (EDT) John
Dean again will be the witness. ( See Story This Page).
NIXON WILL VETO APPROPRIATIONS BILL IF .....
WASHINGTON (AP) Congress is expected to approve today a
conglomerate bill with three important provialons. Included In the bill is -
increase for thoas receiving Social Security benefits and an extension of the
federal debt limit; but alo tacked on the bill is a cut-off of funds for
Cambodian bombing operations. President Nixon is reported to have
warned Congress that he would veto the bill if it contains a cut-off of
Caunbodian operations.
The Preiident already has vetoed one such end the bombing measure,
but thne presently under consideration by Congress f not enacted -
could shut down the government. Because included in the three and a half
billion dollar supplemental Appropriations Bl Is needed money to meet
government obligation after the current fcal year ends Saturday.
E.S.C. CONFERENCE OPENS TUESDAY
WASHINGTON (AP) According to a senior State Department official
the United States is optimistic about the upcoming European Security
Conference. That conference opens Tuesday in Helsinki with 35 nations
taking part. Specifically, the chances an 50-50 that the Soviet Union will
eventually agree to the free movement of newsmen and non-interference of
radio broadcasts from the east.
N. IRELAND VOTERS TURN OUT IN RECORD NUMBERS
BELFAST (AP) Northern Ireland's voters apparently turned out in
record numbers yesterday to cast their vote in what was been termed the
"last chance for peace" elections. The first results are expected late today
and counting is expected to continue into tomorrow.
The vote counting began yesterday amid forecasts that 10 per cent of
the province turned out. If that is the case it would be the highest
percentage in 20 years. (See Story This Page)
FORMER POW SHOOTS SELF FOLLOWING CHARGES
DENVER (AP) The widow of former P-O-W Marine Sergeant Abel
Kavanaugh, says she blames her husband's death on the Pentagon and the
colonel who filed charges against him. Twenty-two year-old Sandra
Kavanaugh said yesterday she plans to file a lawsuit against the military
and against Colonel Theodore Guy of Tucson, Arizona. The Pentagon had
no comment on the suit.
Guy had charged her husband and seven others with collaborating with
the enemy while a captive in Indochina. The 24-year-old marine shot
himself to death Wednesday night, but officials still call Kavanaugh's death
possible suicide.
WILDCAT STRIKE COSTING AIRLINE $50,000 PER DAY
SHANNON, IRELAND (AP) Aer Lingus, Ireland's national airline
cancelled all its U.S. bound flights Thursday after striking security men
closed the country's three major airports. Incoming flights were diverted to
British airports.
The wildcat walkout, which spread to Dublin and Cork after a
flve.day-old dispute at Shannon, was coupled with the threat of another
stoppage by 250 air traffic controllers.
The trouble came at the height of the tourist season and if the strike
drags on could pulverize the Emerald Isle's lucrative tourist industry -
especially the estimated 27.5 million pounds, or 66.75 million dollars,
Dublin had hoped to earn from U.S. visitors this year.
Aer Linguas chairman Michael Drgan said the shutdown was costing the
airline 20,000 pounds, or 50,000 dollars, a day and incalculable prestige.
PERON'S GUARDS FIRED ON MOTIVE UNKNOWN
BUENOS AIRES (AP) Gunmen In a speeding truck fired Thursday at
police sentinels guarding the suburban home of ex-Proxident Juan D. Peron.
Polle said an unknown number of men in a covered truck first opened
fire on policemen stationed only 200 yards from Peron's chalet and then
shot again at other guards a block away. None of the officers was hit.
A police assault car went in pursuit but was unable to catch the vehicle,
polke added. They said reinforcements were sent to the Vicente Lopez
neighbourhood to increase security but the motive for the attack was
unknown.
The 77-year-old Peron, who returned last week from Spain after nearly
18 yeam In eale, Is suffering from a cold and was in his house at the time.
He continued meeting with government and Peronist leaders, including an
hour long morning conference with Finance Minister Josoe'lbard.
INDIA'S RICE CROP THREATENED BY FLOODS
DACCA (AP) One-sixth of Bangaldesh's 55,000 square miles has been
inuadstsd by flood waters, according to flood minister Khondokar
Mushtaq Ahmed.
At least 24 people have died in the swirling waters which ravaged
Ransimpur, Bogra, Sylhet, Comila and MymensinghS authorities said Friday.
The flood minister said the situation throughout the country is rave
land could get wores.'
The rice crop which was due to be harvested in about one week was
threatened with disaster unless their floodwaters receded within 48 hours.
FAILS IN ATTEMPT AT LEGITIMIZATION
GRASSE, FRANCE (AP) The district court here rejected the petition
of Mrs. Maya Widmayer, 38, to have herself recognized a Ulgitimate child
of the late Pablo Picasso.
Mrs. Widmayer, the wife of a French naval officer, was born during
Pliasso's relationship with Mare-Thrase Walter; but the painter was
married at the time of her birth to Olpg Kokhlova, a Russian dancer, and
the- ild could not be legally reconioed under French law.
TO INVITE BREZHNEV TO VISIT JAPAN
TOKYO (AP) Prime Minister Kakuehi Nouka said Friday he intends
to invite Soviet Communist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev to visit Japan
when he visits Moscow this fall.
Speaking at the foreign relations committee of the Lower House. Tanaka
also said that on his planned visit to the United Stated this summer, he will
discuss with President Richard Nixon a trip to Japan by Nixon and a visit
to the United States by Japanese Emperor Hirhilto.
NIXON ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA
WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of State William P. Rogers held out to
Conagress Thursday the possibility of a compromise over bombing of
Cambodia.
Senate antiwar critics indicated willingness to accept a definite cutoff
date, but said nothing specific has been offered.
Rogers spoke of compromise" to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee in a closed-door meeting.
He told newsmen afterwards, however, that he was not in a position to
define Its terms, nor would he Msy the Nixon administration is prepared to
accept a definits fund cutoff by Congress on a specific date.
Conress has been attaching the antiwar measures to money bills vital to
keep the government goalng. The President has been faced with the choice
of vetoing the bills or halving the bombing.
JAMAICAN CONVICTED OF FRAUD IN CANADA
TORONTO (AP) A 50-year-old Jamaican who sold "letters of
introduetlom" to psarantee landed Iumigrant status for new Jamaican
immalrants w sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in JalL
Vineent Victory Thomas was convicted last week of II charges,
including fraud, conspiracy to defraud and extortion.
Comu was told that Thomas, who came to Canada in 1969, received $60
for each letterr of Inltroduction" before the new immigrants would leave
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HArY and EUTTY WONO


NIXON BROKE THE LAW?


Dean declines to say


if Nixon failed to


uphold the laws

WASHIINGON (AP)- John W. Dean i testified Wenesday
ih~ni-IBating thing wre mid at some meetings with President
Nkiu But he declined to say whether the President performed
his constitutional duty to me the laws upheld.


"I have given the facts as I
know them," he told the
Senate Watergate committee.
"I would rather be excused
from drawing my own
conclusion on that at this point
in time."
In his questioning of the
former White House lawyer,
chairman Sam J. Ervin Jr.,
(D-N.C.) questioned whether
the President has upheld his
oath of office.
"Do you know anything the
President did or said at any
time between the 17th of June
(the day of the Watergate
break-in) to the present-
moment to perform his duty to
see the laws are faithfully
executed in respect to what is
called the Watergage affair?"
he asked Dean.
The witness, maintaining for
the fourth day of testimony
that Nixon knew of the
cover-up and that other top
aides were involved, replied
that he would rather be
excused from drawing a
conclusion.
Ervin appeared to be
challenging the President to
appear before the committee
after Dean said there were
White House discussions that,
at best, the committee would
be furnished only written
statements.
But Ervin said at recess:
"I'm not suggesting anything.
You can draw any deduction
you want from my question."
Committee counsel Samuel
Dash said the question had not
been resolved.
NO CONFERENCE
Elsewhere, Melvin R. Laird
the President's new chief
adviser on domestic affairs -
said Nixon will hold no news
conference while the
committee's hearings are in
progress.
"I would not think the
President would want to be in
a position where he is
responding to every single
question before a congressional
committee," Laird said.
"This idea that he will not
have news conferences to
answer questions is an error.
He will have them from time to
time." The sequence in the
hearing room went like this:
"I will ask you as a lawyer,"
Ervin said to Dean, "if you do
not think that surreptitious
entry or burglary and the
electronic surveillance and
penetration constituted a
violation of the Fourth
Amendment?"
"Yes, sir, I do," Dean
replied.
Ervin: The Fourth
Amendment provides that "the
right of the people to be secure
in their persons, houses, papers
and effects against
unreasonable searches and
seizures shall not be violated.
And no warrant shall issue
other than upon probable
cause supported by oath or
affirmation, and particularly
describing the place to be
searched and the personal


things to be seized." Hasn't it
always been a violation of the
Fourth Amendment under the
decisions of the court to resort
to burglary for the purpose of
getting information?
Dean: Yes, sir, it has been.
Ervin: And hasn't the
Supreme Court recently held
by unanimous opinion that the
use of electronic surveillance
and penetration to obtain
information concerning
persons allegedly guilty of
subversive of domestic
subversive activities is also a
violation of the Fourth
Amendment?
Dean: That is correct, Mr.
Chairman.
IN A MEMO
Ervin then asked Dean to
read aloud a July 1970, White
House memorandum from
Haldeman telling Huston that
"the recommendations you
have proposed as a result of the
review have been approved by
the President ... he would
prefer that the thing simply be
put into motion on the basis of
this approval ..."
Ervin: Now, that letter can
only be construed as a
statement on the part of Mr. H.
R. Haldeman to Mr. Tom
Charles Huston, the aide in
charge of domestic intelligence,
to the effect that the President
of the Uinted States had
approved his recommendations
above removing the limitations
,on..electronic surveillance andi
penetration, surreptitious entry
or burglary, the use of mail
coverage, and of sources of
information of the campuses
and the military undercover
agents for the purposes of
gathering information upon the
objectives of that.
Dean: That is correct, Mr.
Chairman.
Ervin asked Dean if he was
ever informed that Nixon had
indeed later rescinded hit--
approval of this plan. Dean said
he never was so informed, even
though he took over some of
Huston's responsibilities as
liaison with the federal
intelligence community after
Huston left the White House.
It was then that Ervin read
article two of the Constitution
that requires that the President
"take care that the laws be
'faithfully executed."
Ervin, a former North
Carolina supreme court justice
and a constitutional expert,
questioned Dean after the
witness had spent 75 minutes
replying to questions
submitted by the White House.
VIOLATIONS
"So we have here plans to
violate the Fourth
Amendment, which was
approved by the President
according to (H. R.) Haldeman.

We have people being branded
enemies whose mere offense is
enforcing the First
Amendment?"
"That is correct," Dean said.


V. GERMAN MARK

UP 5.5 PEt CENT

AGAINST 7 OTIER'

CURRENCIES
BONN, GERMANY (AP)-
West Germany revalued its
mark upward by 5.5 per cent
against aevn otber European
currencies Friday. The dollar
plunged in Frankfurt and
Zurich but rallied slightly
elsewhere.
Finance minister Helmut
Schmidt announced the
decision at a special news
conference in Bonn after an
emergency session of
Chancellor Whily Brandt's
cabinet.
He said the mark was
revalued upward 5.5, per cent
against the currencies of
France, Holland, Belgium,
Luxembourg, Denmark,
Norway and Sweden.
Schmidt said Bonn would
continue to float the mark
jointly with seven other
European currencies against
the dollar and other currencies.
He said the latest revaluation
had been made necessary by
heavy buying pressure on the
West German currency in
recent days.
Schmidt told the news
conference that in the last 12
days pressure on the mark had
increased the liquidity of the
West German currency by four
billion marks.
On Thursday alone, the West
German central bank had to
spend 2.2 billion marks to
support the jointly floating
currencies of the other
European countries, he said.
In recent days of drastic
dollar plunges, the German
mark has soared to the upper
limits of its joint float with the
other European monies, while
those currencies have remained
at the lower limit of theit
permitted fluctation.
DOLLAR PLUNGES
As Schmidt spoke, the dollar
plunged again on the Frankfurt
foreign currency exchange,
hitting a new low of 2.43 to
2.46 marks at the opening.
Schmidt said the West
German central bank would
not intervene to support the
falling dollar.
Unlike the situation in
earlier crises, most foreign
exchange markets remained
open in Europe but trading was
light amid uncertainty whether
Bonn's move would restore
monetary stability.
But the Helsinki and
Stockhold foreign exchanges
were closed as officials
evaluated the situation. Italian
exchanges were closed for a
religious holiday.
Since March 14, when the
mark was floated, the dollar
has declined in free-market
value from about 2.82 marks
to about 2.46 by Friday noon.
This is an indicated increase in
the mark's value against the
dollar of almost 13 per cent
only as a result of floating.
In addition to this, earlier
this year the dollar was
devalued by 10 per cent against
all currencies in February, and
in March the dollar-mark gap
widened further as the West
German mark was revalued
upward by 3 per cent.
The net effect of all these
monetary changes since the
1971 Smithsonian monetary
agreement has been a total
increase in the mark's value of
about 30 per cent against the
dollar.


Sen. Ervin says he'd 'rather


not' subpoena the President


HAMILTON, Ohio (AP)-
Sen. Sam Ervin said Thursday
night that he would "rather
not" have President Nixon
subpoenaed to appear before
the Senate Watergate
committee.
"No, no," the North
Carolina Democrat said when
asked about subpoenaing the
President. "I would leave it up
to him whether he wanted to
appear."
Ervin held a news
conference at Miami University


in Oxford, Ohio, before giving
a lecture here in a series called
"Computers and Privacy."
He said he is not aware of
anything in the Constitution
that would prevent the
committee from subpoenaing
the President. He also said he
would not be satisfied with
written explanations from the
President and repeated an
earlier statement, "you can't
cross examine a document."
Ervin said he feels that
ousted White House counsel


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John Dean has made "a very
good witness." He said Dean
was able to pass a "good test"
by recalling large parts of his
lengthy testimony despite
repeated cross examination by
the committee.
Earlier Thursday, Sen
Lowell Weicker (R., Conn.)
charged the administration
with trying to intimidate him.
Ervin said he knows Weicker
and didn't think anybody
could intimidate him. He
added, "I think the best thing
to do if they try to intimidate
you is to just don't pay any
attention."


Commenting on
discrepancies between Dean's
testimony and documents
furnished by the White House,
Ervin said he believes the
White louse counsel was just
trying to interpret events in the
way most favourable for their
clients. Ervin said that was
what he as a lawyer would
expect.
He would not say whether
he has decided who is guilty in
the Watergate case. "I spent 15
years of my life as a Judge ...
my practice is not making
decisions until I've heard all
the evidence."


Friday, June 29, 1973.


Chile crushes rebel insurrection


after Allende's palace stormed


BY WiisBm F. Nikholso
SANTIAGO, CHILE, JUNE 29 (AP) Chie's leftist government crushed n huwetion by
rebel troops of an army armored regiment today hours after they assaulted the presidential palace


There was no official
announcement on the
state-controlled radio network
imposed when the uprising
began but loyal troops were in
complete control of the
downtown area with a cordon
around the Mo .da Palace.
Several deaths were
reported, including that of an
Argentine news photographer.
Dozens were wounded in
fusillades of fire from
automatic weapons and
machine guns as rebel tanks
and troops stormed the squat,
grey palace.
Shortly after 1100 EDT,
President Salvador Allende
arrived at the palace from his
suburban home with an escort
of bodyguards and 30 police
vehicles.
The rebel tanks had already
retreated from positions
around the palace and there
was little gunfire except for
loyal troops firing shots in the
air to disperse huge crowds of
bystanders who wandered
through the traffic-deserted
downtown streets.
BLOODSTAINS
At one corner, sheets of
dirty newspapers stained with
blood covered a spot where
bystanders said a couple was

IRISN ELECTION

RESULTS SATURDAY
BELFAST, JUNE 29 (AP) -
Northern Ireland's voters
apparently have turned out in near
record numbers to cast their ballots
In the province's "last chance for
peace" election.
The first results are expected late
today with counting continuing
well into Saturday.
Vote counting started amid
forecasts that more than 70 per
cent of the electorate had voted
Thursday. If confirmed, It would be
the highest percentage in 20 years.
Fine weather and a sharp drop int
the scale of violence were credited
for the turnout. Twenty-five people
were killed and nearly 80 bombs
exploded in three weeks of
campaigning, but on voting day the
violent incidents were few and
minor.
The most serious was a mortar
bomb attack on a polling station
serving both Protestant and Roman
Catholic areas In a grim district of
West Belfast. But the missialle fell 50
feet wide, caused little damage and
no casualties, and voting continued.
The million voters had a choice
of 210 candidates from 19 parties
struggling for 78 seats in a
Provincial AsaemblyThe body was
replacing the Parliament dominated
for half a century by Protestant
Unionist Party.
London drew up plans for a new
assembly to ensure the minority
Catholics would have a greater
share of power. This was to be done
without going to the ultimate ot
pitching Ulster out of the Union
with Britain and into Union with
the overwhelmingly Catholic Irish
Republic to the south.
The real fight, however, has
turned out to be for political
leadership of the Protestant
majorlty.Many Protestants fear that
Britain intends to push them into
Dublin's arms.
Former Prime Minister Brian
Faulkner's Unionist Party is
pledged to maintain Northern
Ireland's links with Britain and
accepts, with some reservations, the
new governmental setup.
But a coalition led by Protestant
hardliners William Craig and the
Rev. Ian Paisley wants no part in
sharing power with Catholics.


gunned down by bullets.
Several hundred young men,
shouting "the left united will
never be defeated!" paraded
with a red, white and blue
Chilean flag through a
downtown street.
Bystanders cheered and
office workers hurled confetti
from upstairs windows.
Witnesses reported that they
had seen aircraft flying
overhead.
Allende took office Nov. 3,
1970, for a six-year term.
His administration was
formed of a coalition of
Communists and Socialists and
his announced aim at
inauguration was to make Chile
a Socialist state.
Since Allende has been at
the head of the government,
prices have risen and food and
other commodities have run
short. It has sparked
demonstrations by
anti-marxists from time to
time. Allende supporters have
held counter demonstrations.
GENERAL STRIKES
Last week, half of Chile's
ten million people were hit by
general strikes called by
Allende opponents and those


who support him.
The anti-marxistb were
protesting Allende's policies ,is
well as supporting 12,uoo
copper miners who had been
on strike for nearly two
months to enforce thlir
demands for 41 per cent wage
increases to meet a record
increase in the cost of living.
The commander if
Santiago's military garri in
said Thursday "secr4
civilians and low ranking arr.:.
officers had been arrested in an
alleged attempt to take over a
military barracks.
Brig. Gen. Mario Sepulveda
said the alleged incident took
place Tuesday night.
He said the alleged plotters
would be tried by a military
court.
"I can say no more because
I'm one of the military
judges," Sepulveda told
newsmen.
He is also chief of the zone
of emergency declared in
Santiago province Wednesday
night after a confused incident
in which Chile's army chief
fired a pistol at the vehicle of a
woman who stuck her tongue
out at him.


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Friday, June 29, 1973.


SEDiORBuilding for peace
Building f or peacel


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, June 1. Today I had a phone call from B. D.
Cayford, a former manager of BOAC in Nassau. He certainly
keeps up with my movements. Someone in Nassau sends him
clippings from The Tribune by airmail every day. It's amazing
how quickly he gets the news. I'm hardly in London before he is
on the phone and we get together later.
While he was in Florida a few months ago he ferreted me out at
my apartment in Coral Gables. He came for lunch ... prepared by
me ... and he said it was good. He was just a little surprised that I
could turn out a meal.
"Are you going down to the school?", was the first question he
asked me today. He was speaking of St. Donat's College in Wales.
"No," I said, "the school closed two days ago and so there is
no point in my going there now. I had a couple of the Nassau
boys in for lunch yesterday before they left for home."
"Well, I'll tell you," he said, "You had convinced me that it
was a first class school and so I paid a visit to it a couple of
months ago. It's absolutely fantastic, far exceeding my wildest
expectations."
"Boy," I laughed, "it's a good thing you didn't tell me that a
year ago. It would have cost you money. I would have squeezed a
donation out of you."

I was told by Lester Albury and John Fowler that Mr. and Mrs.
Sigied Amoury visited the school a few days before it closed and
spent a night in the special guest room at the top of the castle.
They were on their way back to Nassau after attending the
Rotary International meeting in Geneva.
Si Amoury, who gives a great deal of money to education and
charities in the Bahamas, is an active member of the Executive
Committee of the United World Colleges in Nassau. What's more,
he was the second contributor to the fund when I started the
drive for the St. Donat's Scholarship Fund in Nassau.
Si and I are old friends. We grew up in Nassau together and
have always been very close.
He came to my office one day. He was "on the road"
collecting funds for the new St. Andrew's School.
"A thousand dollars," I suggested as a figure when he told me
what he wanted.
"Not nearly enough," he pressed.
"How much do you expect?" I asked.
"Five Thousand," he said without batting a greedy eye.
"Okay," I agreed, "But I want five thousand from you for St.
Donat's."
He agreed. It ended by us exchanging cheques for $6250. And
that's the way I got my second cheque for St. Donat's.
How that Si has seen the school in action I'm sure he feels that
his money was well placed ... and he will go back to Nassau more
enthusiastic than ever for the success of this fund.
*** 4* ** *


The more I see of the results of the work of St. Donat's the
more I am pleased that I had some part in getting the fund well
launched.
I am completely "sold" on Stuart Munro, one of the first two
boys from the Bahamas to be awarded a scholarship at St.
Donat's. Stuart has kept in touch with me for the two years he
was at the college. He has not only impressed me but the people
here see in him a great prospect as a future leader in any country
in which he decides to live.
As soon as I arrived in London I got in touch with the United
World Colleges office here in an effort to contact Bahamian
students before they left Britain.
Stuart Munro had already left with his parents ona motor tour
of Britain. I hope to contact him on his return to London before
going home.
I also missed Niki Huyler. She had already left to spend the
summer with friends in France. She wants to learn the language
and this is the best way to do it.
I got hold of Lester Albury and John Fowler. They came to
the Savoy for lunch with my wife and me.
This school has made a great impact on these two boys. John
has now completed his two years at St. Donat's. Lester has
another year to go.
They told me that when the time for parting came the boys
and girls who had completed their two years broke down and
cried unashamedly because they had to leave St. Donat's and the
friends they had made there.
"What impressed you most about St. Donat's?", I asked Lester.
"The great variety of races at the school," he said. "This year
some real Chinese students came for the first time," he said with
enthusiasm. For the first time students were drawn from Red
China. This was a great break-through for the College.
"I was a little aloof during my first semester," Lester
volunteered, "but I opened up during the last term and it has
been wonderful."
Lester has a fine brain. Mr. Chaplin, headmaster of St.
Andrew's College in Nassau, told me that, in all his teaching
experience in Britain and the Bahamas, Lester has one of the
finest brains he has come across. But he had one drawback. He
was inclined to be an introvert. He didn't mix easily with people.
St. Donat's has changed all that. I was pleased to notice a great
change in him.
I asked both John and Lester which racial group they liked
most at St. Donat's. Without hesitation they both said Chinese
and Malaysians.
I have had too little contact with Malaysians to form a
judgment but they are certainly right about the Chinese. I love
the Chinese people. They make wonderful friends.
Lester told me that he plans to go in for engineering when he
finishes at St. Donat's.
"Where?", I asked.
"In America," he said.
"M.I.T.?" (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) I asked.
This is one of the leading engineering schools in the world.
"If I can make it," he said modestly.
He'll make it all right. I have no doubt on that score. He has
the brain and now he has developed the self-assurance of an
extrovert.
John has majored in chemistry. And I believe he will do well
too, although I don't know him as well as Stuart Munro and
Lester Albury. But I can see a great improvement in him after he
and his father came to my house at Camperdown in Nassau to
visit me after he was awarded the scholarship.
I am really sorry I missed Niki Huyler. She impressed me at a


NATION/


EXHIBITIC
MRS. MARGUERITE
Pindling, wife of the Prime
Minister, on Sunday officially
opened the Ministry of
Education and Culture
National Youth Exhibition
which is presently being
displayed in the auditorium of
A. F. Adderley High School on
Baillou Hill and Harold Roads.
All government and


YOUTHH


)NJ


STUDENTS view the arts and crafts section of the
National Youth Exhibition which is open to the public at
A. F. Adderley High School, Balllou Hill Road. This section
of the exhibition, which was done by primary and high
school students in Nassau and the Out-Islands, displays the
many ways that fabric was used In the Bahamas in the past
and present and what its use will be in the future.
Supervisors for this section were, Mrs. Veronica Ingraham,
Mr. Stewart Glasby and Mrs. Enid Lockwood. The
exhibition, which was open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
closes tomorrow.


PHOTO: Philip Symonette
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independent schools in Nassau
and the .Out Islands 6redi
represented in the exhibition,
which is divided into five major 'J
sections. These sections are:
social studies, arts and crafts,
maths and science, home
economics and language arts.
Mrs. Veronica Ingraham,
coordinator of the exhibition,
said that work on the
exhibition was spread out over 3
a period of five months. During
this time the students from the
various schools went out to i
collect information and
record their experiences.
MrS. Ingraham also said that
much of the work was not A HORSE with his rider, symbolizing the spirit of adventure, isone of the exhlbltsat
based on producing items for the Ministry of Education and Culture's Youth Exhibition at A. F. Adderley High School
an exhibition, but instead, on Baillou Hill Road. The horse, which is a project of the students of L. W. Youn Junior
emphasis was placed on the High School, is constructed out 9f strips of metal taken from local garbage cans.
acquisition of skills and -- s.L -
learning experiences.
Members of the exhibition
committee were: Social
Studeis; Mr. Charles Moxey "
and Mrs. Moss; Arts and crafts,
Mrs. Veronica Ingraham, Mr.
Stewart Glasby and Mrs. Enid
Lockwood; Maths and Science,
Dock, Mrs. M. Collie and Mr. h a
John Smith; Home Economics, b 0
Miss Julia Burnside and Miss
Dorothy R. Bowen. '
The exhibition will be open Na.y
daily until Saturday.
RUSSIAN PILOT ASKS FOR -
TRABZON, TURKEY (AP) A .
civilians aircraft landed in a field
Tuesday and asked for political
asylum, authorities reported.
Governor Ziya Kasakoglu aid
an Investigation is unde r way to
determine the identity of the
defector and the airport from THESE STUDENTS, attending the Ministry of Education and Culture National Youth
which he took off in the Soviet Exhibition, take time out to view this Science-Maths Project. The purpose of this project
Union. was to give the students an opportunity to learn about Bahamian soil.

first class choice by the Selection Committee in Nassau. brother and his nephew."
"She's great," both Lester and John told me. "She has made His father was a prince who was one of the very few people in
friends wherever she has gone." Britain who realized that Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany had designs
Niki has a fine brain ... and she is an extrovert. This is not on the British throne to which he felt he was entitled because he,
surprising. She comes from fine families on both her father's and too, was a grandson of Queen Victoria.
mother's side and she has confidence in herself. I feel sure she is a As Admiral of the Fleet Lord Mountbatten's father prepared
good bet for the future. ** ..*. the Royal Navy for the German challenge. When the war came
The whole purpose of the United World Collegesf is to prepare the Royal Navy was ready and, after the Battle of Jutland in
specially selected students for leadership llwhich Admiral Lord Jellicoe was in command of a Royal Navy
These students are drawn from all races, nationalities and squadron, the German fleet was bottled up in safe harbour and
religions around the world. St. Donat's is the first unit in a chain did not venture out again to challenge Britain's supremacy on the
of colleges to be established in mapy parts of the world. seas. It is interesting to recall that Prince George -- later George
Heading the United World Colleges is the Rt. Hon. Lord VI- was at Jutland.
Mountbatten of Burma, who is one of the really great men in his As you know, the Duke of Edinburgh is Lord Mountbatten's
own right in this century i rate him second only to Sir Winston nephew Hie served in the Royal Nay-, before he became the
Churchill this England. No one will dispute the fact that Sir husband of Queen Elizabeth 11
n l a n o nesledHisis Lordship's older brother inherited his father's title. Lord
Winston was the world's greatest leader of this century and one of Mounibatten has the satisfaction of having earned his own
the greats of all time.
A grandson of Queen Victoria, Lord Mountbatten comes from Earldom. It might well he said that he "won his spurs" on the
ao n e oftfield of battle. Now I feel that history will ward hlu a laurel
along line of distinguished naval and military leaders. wreath for his contribution to peace through the special
First in war, he now sees the urgent need to find a wa. of' wreath for his contribution to peace through the special
Ipsthin pWarce aMong s enu the writ ln, d ito bd sap of Preparation of youth for future leadership in different parts of
establishing peace among men if the world is to be saved from the world.
self-destruction in an atomic age. The Mountbatten exhibition at the Imperial War Museum is
And so it may well prove that history will also give him a top confined to great men of the family who have made a major
place in the ranks of men of peace ... first in war, first in peace, a contribution to Britain during this century. But the family's story
remarkable accolade for any man in any period of history. also goes far back into the history of Europe in which more mnan
His Lordship realizes that most wars -- if not all have sprung one military leader has won battles that have changed the course
from racial and national jealousies. He feels that the only way to of history.
overcome this problem is by bringing young people together from A stirring picture of Lord Mountbatten's greal grandfather
all over the world in the hope that they will go back to their Prince Alexander of Hesse and the Rhine appears in the book Life
homes realizing that, under the skin, all people are brothers in the and Times of Muntbatten
same original family. The picture shows Prince Alexander with drawn sword in his
And that there is only one race ... the human race. right hand and the banner of his regiment in his left. The banner
S* * * * * is planted firmly in the ground. Behind the prince re his troops
An interesting picture of Lord Mountbatten appeared in 77Te in battle array.
Daily Telegraph yesterday. Here the prince was in command of Austrian troops at the
The caption under the picture told the slory. It read "'Admiral decisive battle of Solferino.
of the Fleet Earl Mountbatten of Burma discussing with his * * * * *
daughter, Lady Pamela, and Dr. Noble Frankland, Director of the A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Imperial War Museum, an exhibition, 'A Century of Service'. Be not afraid of greatness some men are born great, some
which he opened at the museum yesterday. Exhibits illustrate achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them
Lord Mountbatten's naval service and that of his father, his SHAKESPEARE


Friday, June 29, 1973.


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$lt Grtilittit


Helen's Shoe Store can give you


greatest range of shoes in town


By DAPHNE WALl
HELEN'S SHOE STORE in
Palmdale, has expanded to nor
that it is now together with il
outlet of shoes in the DBhamns.
What advantages may both
the old and new customers of
Helen's expect to get?
The larger outlet has a
number of advantages over the
smaller one. Size and variety of
stock are greater, increased
volume of sales and turnover
result in competitive prices,
continual up-dating of styles is
made possible and proper
categorization of shoes is
facilitated so that the customer
can get an almost
instantaneous view of the range
of shoes in which he is


CUSTOMERS OF THE NEWLY EXPANDED Helen's Shoe Store get personal
attention and semice or can be left to browse among the neatly arranged racks as they
desire. Shown also are Jimmy Kionarls (serving at the back of the store) and his charming
mother-in-law Helen Constantakis, the founder. Crispin Dillette, shoe clerk is shown
seated in foreground.

Nigerian decree to


unmarried women


LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) An
order compelling all unmarried
women in the northern
Nigerian town of Minna to find
husbands within seven days or
"face the consequences" has
forced many single women to
flee the town, it was reported
here Thursday.
The order has come from
the chief of the town, Alhaji
Ahmadu Bahago, the "New
Nigerian" newspaper reported.
Chief Bahago has also
ordered all wives who have
deserted their matrimonial
homes to return to their
husbands within the same
period or face expulsion from
the town.
The chief's wrath is
particularly directed against
the town's prostitutes whose
profession, he said, not only
violates the Moslem law but
has tended to "make fortunes
off young men and disorganize
the homes of married people."-


But one aggrieved bachelor
disagreed. The New Nigerian
quoted him saying bachelors
are not happy at the departure
of unmarried women from the
town.
"They contribute towards
not only the happiness of
bachelors, but towards the
social atmosphere of the
town," he said.
One housewife said she fully
supported the order which
"will rid the town of these free
women." In another northern
town, Uchi, the continuing
severe drought in the area has
been blamed on prostitutes in
the town.
According to a report in the
same newspaper, the Emir
(traditional ruler of the town),
Alhaji Adamu Jumba, has given
all house-owners in the town
up till the end of June to expel
all prostitutes from their
houses or "face serious
-consequences."


"E -ACAMIIIIED"


WERE
$250.00
$198.00
$75.00
$90.00
$275.00
$294.00
$210.00
$76.00
$45.00


LACE WHITFIELD
n the Madeira ShoppI- Plaa,
e than double its odrial slae o
s Bay Street branch the latest


Mother marks T so girls


sterilized; but it's mistake!


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)
A mother marked her "X"
on a form she thought meant
her 12 and 14-year-old
daughters would get "some
shots," and the girls were
sterilized the next day, a
federal court suit says.
Lonnie Relf filed the suit in
U.S. district court here
Tuesday on behalf of his
daughters, Minnie and Mary
Alice.
The suit said a nurse from
The Family Planning Clinic of
the Montgomery Community
Action Agency asked Mrs. Relf
to sign the consent form. Mrs.
Relf is illiterate, did not
understand the nature of the
operation and thought the girls
were going to get "some
shots," the suit said.


The suit asks $1 million in
damages and seeks a court
order requiring the defendants
"to do everything humanly and
-medically possible" to reverse
the sterilizations.
Named as defendants are the
community agency; its
director, Joseph E. Conklin; an
unidentified surgeon; Orelia
Dixon, director of the agency's
family planning clinic; and
Howard Phillips, acting
director of the Office of
Economic Opportunity, which
funds the agency.
The suit said the agency gave
as its reason the allegation that
"boys were hanging around the
girls" and "they felt the most
convenient method for the
agency to prevent pregnancy
was sterilization."


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NOW
$225.00
$185.00
$68.00
$75.00
$245.00
$259.00
$185.00
$65.00
$38.00
$24.00 & UP
$110.00 & UP


interested.
Helen's was founded by
Helen Constantakis, the
mother-in-law of the present
owner who credits her witif
setting the high standards and
establishing the fine image of
quality and value that Helen's
enjoy today.
MOD STYLES
A rack of the absolutely
latest in with-it mod styles near
the door greets the customer of
the newly-expanded Helen's as
she or he enters the store. The
next rack is for sandals and
there is a large selection for
girls' school shoes and another
for girls' dress shoes.
The boys' department
contains a full line of high
fashion boys' shoes and also
school shoes or a more
conservative line of shoes.
The mens' department again
is divided. There is a
comprehensive line of way-out
platform, high-heeled shoes in
the economical price range of
$14 to $26. For those to
whom money is no object at
least for shoes there is the
Rolls Royce of the shoe line -
El Padrino beautifully made,
all leather shoes made in Spain,
in the price range $26 to $45 -
in which the proud Bahamian
may walk into Independence in
style.
For the more conservative
men's taste there is a full
English line of brand name
shoes George Webb, John
White and Tuff which are of
superb quality in the budget
price line of $12 to $22.
There is a fantastic bargain
in all leather Italian men's
shoes $7.95 which is less
than the wholesale price for
shoes which were selling for
$18.
In fact in the new Helen's
because of the continuous
renewal of stock there is a
perpetual sale. There is a long
rack at the rear of the store
with nothing on it but sale
sloes., These, it must be
emphasised, wil' nf' be fr
season's style but will be
with-it styles which are
continually being moved from
the main racks to make way
for new stock.


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EASTERN-ESSENCE
FASHION DISPLAY
WORK by some of New
York's top designers will be
displayed at the Eastern
ines/Essence Magazine
ion Show to be held at the
Ballroom of the
Island Hotel on July 4
p.m.
e first evening activity
Jiong the Independence.


celebrations, the fa
is in aid of th
Children's Fund, th
I ie Deaf and Dur
L tapledon School
Mentally Retarded.
Among the des
will have clothes
the show are: W
Scott Barrie,
Burrows,' Mr. Will


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shion show Creations; Connie Saunders,
e Crippled for Mindy Malone; Earl Lovel,
e Centre for Alvin Costello, for Pastime;
mb and the Jules Parker, jewellery, and
for the Hiroko.
Mrs. Gwen Kelly,
igners who co-chairman of the show said
featured at that the show being built
illie Smith, around the clothes sounds
Stephen fabulous, and to have the work
lie, Russell of these top designers too
for Key should make the evening one
I of the most memorable charity
functions n a long time.


SUPERMARKETS
DECLARE DIVIDEND
AT A SPECIAL meeting
held today the Board of
Directors of Bahamas
Supermarkets Limited declared
interim monthly dividends of 3
cents per share payable on July
31, August 30 and September
28, 1973 to all shareholders of
record of the company on July
16, August 15 and September
14, 1973 respectively.
These dividends represent
monthly dividends of the
company to be paid during the
first quarter of the fiscal year,
1973-74.
SCOUTS CAKE SALE
THE PARENTS and Friends
Committee of the 8th Bahamas
Boy Scouts, Trinity Troop, will
hold a cake sale on Saturday at
the Scouts' headquarters, the
Ramp, on Fort Charlotte,
starting at 6 p.m.
Proceeds from the cakes
assist in defraying expenses to
be incurred when the Troop


takes its annual
vacation in August.


summer


REGULAR SERVICE
EX LONDON & LIVERPOOL


DUE NASSAU
IN PORI


14th JULY


6TH AUGUST


ORDUNA 26th AUGUST



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THEY'RE OFF TO __

SEE DISNEY WORLD'


FLIGHT to Disney World
- Accompanied by teachers,
'these lucky children from the
Sunland School at Freeport
board their Eastern Airlines
flight on their way to the
magic kingdom at Walt
Disney World.
Shown assisting the group
to board is Mrs. Julie
Armbrister, Eastern
supervisor, while Mr. Jim
Boggs, Eastern manager,
Freeport watches with Miss
Julie Coolidge, Sunland
School co-ordinator. Not
shown is a part of the group
that left on an earlier flight
accompanied by Mr. Roy
Davis, Eastern sales manager,
who made all travel
arrangements for the group.
PHOTO: Martin Clemens.


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'Untouchable' attitude fi


should be unearthed
By Abigail Van Buren
e Ira mr cUmas tr"06 V. News S"Ms, c.
DEAR ABBY: I've got this problem which in getting
worse. I can't stand for a guy to touch me or kiss me.
I am a decent 18-year-old Mormon girl, and I've always
wanted guys to notice me, but I never like one to hold my
hand or try to kiss me. [It makes me sick to my stomach.]
I am going with a very respectable 21-year-old GI and I
really like him a lot, but I don't want any physical contact
with him because one thing always lads to another and I

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don't want to end up fighting him off.
This guy wll probably drop me If I dt let Id
me pretty soon, whieh I guess is why Im writing to you. I
don't want to lose him. Am I normal? Dent tell me to talk
to a doctor. I Just couldn't. He would think I am nuts. I
would be very grateful for any advice ym can give me.
TOUC ME-NOT
DEAR TOUCH: It Is normal to wat to teach, kiss and
embrace someone y w u r omr e oassim you h ve
denied and suppressed these normal feepIgs s a
degree that you w 't permit yourself to fed them.
Discuss this with a doctor. He won't think you're
"auts." He wel guide you in uding a esemsser. When th
reasm fr yo .a "m .m ata a nm--dk, M'k
have ao probee.
DEAR ABBY: My husband says I dress like a mission-
ary and look like an old lady because I think short skirts,
skintight clothes and bare-osom dresses look cheap on a
woman my age. [I am 45. So is he.]
Stanley also is crazy about miniskirts, Hotpants and
boots, and that's what be would likewould like to have me wear. I
positively refuse. He says I have only a few good years
left, so I should take advantage of them and dress like a
"broad." I don't want to dress like a "broad;" I want to
dress like a lady.
The arguments we have over how I should dress have
become so unpleasant I would rather stay home.
Abby, is there something wrong with my taste? Or is
Stanley in the wrong? You always say a woman should try
to please her husband, but I think he's unreasonable.
Please help me. NO BROAD
DEAR NO: I think your taste In clothes Is far superior
to your husband's, and be Is unreasonable. Stick to your
guns.
DEAR ABBY: My husband is a professional artist who
paints only from life. He considers it unethical to copy
from pictures or photographs as some so-called artists do,
and therefore if he wishes to paint a landscape he must be
out-of-doors at the actual scene.
Far too often, passersby will stand around as he works,
making comments to each other. It's almost as if they
think he is putting on a public performance. I realize that
many people don't mean to be rude or annoying. Some
even Imagine they are flattering the artist by watching
him, when, in fact, they are distracting and inhibiting him.
These same people would never glance over a compos-
er's musical score as he worked or look over an author's
shoulder as he wrote. Why haven't they the same respect
for an artist?
The problem is how to handle these people without
being rude or insulting. Perhaps just publishing this ttpr
will help. ARTIST'S WM
DEAR WIFE: Perhaps, but artists who work eutf-
doomn should realize that toe outof-door belongs to every-
one, and passersby caUnot be blamed lfor showing normal
curiosity.
DEAR ABBY: I work for an eye, ear, nose, and throat
specialist and we have a sign in our waiting room which
says, "Feel Free to Smoke ... and Make the Doctor
Rich."
That is far more effective than a "No Smoking" sign.
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THE DEFENCE RESTS


WHAT happens in Bridge
when the defence rests is
usually that the declarer makes
his contract. Defence demands
the most fierce and
unremitting concentration all
the time. This week I bring you
three examples of what
happens when the defence
relaxes that concentration,
even for one little unguarded
moment. Here's the first.


The bidding, with
vulnerable, goes like


S W
pass I (
pass 3 ('
pass 5 C


N
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pass
all pa


Your partner,
ventured a bid of I
West's opening, lead
of Hearts. You are S
hand is shown at ti
with dummy on the


8732
972
754
K62


deceiving both partner and
opponent, making partner lead
a third round, and making
declarer ruff in dummy,
reducing his trumps to the
point where only one finesse is
possible. Declarer's hand was:


J63
AQJ9873


i East-West An expert North might have
this: tried a third round anyway,
E but you make your ordinary
partner into an expert by
2 D making him an offer he cannot
3 S refuse!
ss In the next example,
who has South had a defensive problem
Heart over which apparently amounted to
ds the Ace a guess. North, non-vul against
kouth; your vul, opened a weak 3
he bottom, Diamonds. The opponents bid
right: all round the world, with a
scientific exchange of cue-bids,
K Q 10 5 asking bids and other gadgets,
8 4 and finally landed in 7 Hearts.
A Q 10 9 2 North led the 10 of Diamonds,
10 5 and again I give you the South
hand below, with dummy on
the right:


The Ace of Hearts wins, and '
is followed by the King, which
also wins. Partner gazes at
dummy for some moments for
inspiration, then leads either a
Spade or a Diamond. It makes
no difference, because a sleepy
South has already presented
declarer with his contract! The
10 of Clubs will be run
successfully, followed by the
small Club to the Jack. Then
declarer's Ace will bring down
your King, and he will claim
the rest of the tricks.
"Well", you say to partner
as you chuck in your cards,
"there wasn't much we could
do about that."
There admittedly wasn't
much HE could do. But it
ought to have occurred to you
that with 2 Heart tricks in the
bag, the contract was
inevitably doomed if only your
King of Clubs could take a
trick. And how to accomplish
that? By now, I trust you have.
seen it.
If declarer can be persuaded
to ruff a third round of Hearts
in dummy, the finesse of the
10 will still succeed, but your
King will be safe, as there will
be no farther trump in dummy
for finessing purposes. And
you can make sure that a third
round of Hearts is led, simply
by petering in Hearts, playing
first your 9, then your 2,


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The 10 of Diamonds,
covered perforce by your King,
is taken by declarer's Ace. He
now plays two rounds of
trumps, North discarding a
Diamond on the second round.
Then follows a Diamond,
ruffed in dummy with the
10, which is too high for you,
so you have to discard. All
depends on this crucial discard.
What is your choice?
In actual play, the South
defender, with the 4-card Club
suit in dummy staring at him,
decided he couldn't afford to


throw a Club, and instead
parted with a Spade. His first
decision was right: he could
not afford a Club. But his final
decision was wrong; the 4-card
Spade suit in dummy was
equally menacing. His only
way out was to under-ruff
when dummy ruffed. And I
trust you did the same.
Declarer held:
AKQ
AKQJ
AJ3
753
Providing you under-ruffed,
declarer has no way home. He
cannot set up a winner in
either black suit, nor can he
squeeze you out of a winner by
running his remaining trumps,
because dummy must discard
before you, and you simply
watch, and act accordingly.
For our final example, we'll
give you a good hand as South,
but despite your good hand,
West, aided and abetted by
East, arrives at a contract of 6
Clubs, which you double. You
have bid Hearts during the
auction, and partner leads the
4 of Hearts. Dummy is shown
on the right, with your hand
below:


AK 10642
J 10 7 3
95


Q J9
AQ986 5
KQ74
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Declarer calls for a small
Heart from dummy, you play
the Ace, on which declare's
King falls. What do you lead
now?
You will admit that a
Diamond looks best. Do you
lead one? Or perhaps you
might make life difficult by
leading a Spade honour? If you
did either of those things, you


NY Committee to raise $10,000

to aid 10 Bahamas students


THE BAHAMAS
Scholarship Fund, Inc. of New
York is setting up a committee
which will try to raise $10,000
within the Bahamas by August
to assist ten Bahamians hoping
to enter American colleges in
September.
Fr. Bruce P. Williamson,
chairman of the Fund, said the




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DESPERADOS
AND
AND


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THE SOUL OF
IGGER(PG.
CHNARLEY
FIRST NASSAU SHOWING


Episcopal Fund Commission of
the Diocese of Pennsylvania
has already pledged $3,600 to
the effort.
Fr. Williamson said the
students have already been
accepted by Cheyney State
College, Temple University and
the University of Pennsylvania,
all of Pennsylvania, Palmer
Business College of South
Carolina and St. Augustine's
College of North Carolina.
Fr. Williamson has been
involved in scholarship
programmes for many years,
and his efforts have helped 23
students through college.
UJIM-


ARRIVED TODAY: Andros
Venture from Miami; Mardi
Gras from St. Thomas
SAILED TODAY: Madri
Gras fro Miami
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Bahama Star, Joma, Flavia,
Emerald Seas, Freeport II for
Miami: Tropic Day from West
Palm Beach
SAILING TOMORROW:
Freeport II for Freeport,
Tropic Day for West Palm
Beach.
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Sets 7:03 p.m.


presented West with his
contract. As you will be able to
see from the full deal, you
would have been squeezed out
of your wits, because West had
another Heart!


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none none
> none


Probably, West would take a
trick with the 2 of Hearts, after
deceiving the rest of us with
that monumental false card at
Trick I.
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none Rises 4:16ajmn.
Again and small Spade goes Sets6:29 .
way. and amin you are fixed.


Pan Am gives them all to you through
Sour daily jet service to Miami connecting
with a domestic line to Los Angeles and on
to the Far East. Arrivals and departures arwe at
the same terminal to ensure quick transfers and
trouble-free baggage handling.
Send for free booklet on Pan Am escorted end
unescorted tours to the Far East.

Pan Am The worse most experienced airline
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel, Box N-900, Nassau, Bahamas


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Please send me your free booklet on Tours of the Far East.
For information: Call your Travel Agent or Pan Am 7-7441.
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BAHAMAS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

CORPORATION

Applications are invited
for the Position

of
ASSISTANT ENGINEER
Out Island Maintenance Department

EDUCATION: High School Education plus a Degree in Electrical
Engineering or a City and Guilds of London Institute Full Technological
Certificate in Telecommunications Engineering. Candidates not having all
necessary qualifications will also be considered.
The successful candidate will be required to travel throughout the
Bahamas to install and repair electronic and radio equipment at BaTelCo
stations and will be based at the Family Island Maintenance Workshop,
Perpall Tract, Nassau.
The salary paid will be within BaTelCo's salary range for Assistant
Engineers $742 $892 per month plus 5% Housing Allowance.
Applications should be addressed to M.S.A. Turner, Assistant General
Manager, Personnel and Industrial Relations, Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation, P. 0. Box N3048 to reach him not later than July 6, 1973.


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MAYMIA TO ISWM


IE IlEST IN
CHANNEL 1I
MINISTER of Tourism, the
Hon. Clement T. Maynard, will
be the special guest on WPLG
Channel 10's weekly travelogue
show, Ports of Call, July Ist. at
7 p.m.
The show features films on
various cities and countries of
interest. Mr. Maynard will
narrate a film on the Bahamas
prepared by the Ministry of
Tourism News Bureau.
WEATHER
Wind: South-southwest to
southwest 5 to 12 m.p.h.
Weather: Generally fair
tonight, showers and
thundershowers likely
tomorrow
Sea: Smooth
Temp: Min. tonight 75
Max. tomorrow 89

LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


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A new hobby: miniature boat design


CAPTAIN JAMES Eldon, a
native Bennudian who has
lived in the Bahamas for 15
years, is in the process of
introducing a new hobby


miniature boat design for
young Bahamian boys.
Captain Eldon, who is a
veteran of the US Navy, said
that his reason for introducing


this new hobby was because he
felt it would be something of
interest to keep some of the
young boys off the streets.
He did not thinks s a general
rule that Bahamian boys were
interested in boat-building,
which, he said, was very
important to these islands
because of their dependence on
a boating industry.
He said that if his olans
materialize, eventually he
would be able to form a club
to build larger boats and to
concentrate on the making of
other items out of wood.
Capt. Eldon is presently
seeking help from the Ministry
of Education to assist him with
his plans.


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'BahamaTrailblazerMaps'are free
TOURISTS are turning up in places only resident frequented a -
few months ago.
Look closely at those the product of months of '
venturesome tourists and you'll research, and the result of
see their guide the new nli ,,hi .... n .AUTI.......


ahama Trailblazer Maps.
"We published the maps as a
vice to our visitors, and as
4 excellent advertising
sdium," says publisher
1ienne Dupuch Jr. "The
vertiser is right in front of
reader for as long as he is
ng the maps."
Major hotels like the
teraton-British Colonial are
making the maps available to
ests directly in their rooms.
ey are also found at such
tces as Ministry of Tourism
information booths, hotel
vice and hostess desks,
s4ops, car rental agencies, and
fporm advertisers.
The Trailblazer Maps cover
in detail Nassau, New
Providence and Paradise Island.
There is also a general map of
the Bahama Islands showing
ports of entry, major
settlements, national parks and


the like.
The three-in-one


pui, U iiieman. mr. uupucn
recalls:
"I was making the rounds of
shops which stock our other
publications, Bahamas
Handbook and the Tadpole
Colouring Books. Everywhere I
went, salespeople said, "Why
don't you do a map? A map is
what people ask for all the
time."
Important sight-seeing spots
are marked on the maps in red,
and colour-keyed to
information on each attraction.
Golf courses, many churches
and schools, shopping centres,
hotels, parking lots and
beaches are shown.
The maps also act as a guide
to products and services. Blue
arrows are keyed to attractive
advertisements which border
the full-colour maps, helping to
locate where one can find
what.
From all reports, the
Trailblazers are proving useful


maps are Jo Bahama residents as well as


BAHAMAS


MISS ANGELA WELLS examines the new "Bahama Irailhlazer Maps."
Miss Wells is director of the Ministry of Tourism's Information Unit which
distributes the maps to visitors at Information booths.
visitors, showing names of Mr. Dupuch says. "The
streets some people never knew response to this publication has
before. -been tremendous. We're
pleased to fill the need for
maps while providing such a
good display medium."
The Trailblazers, which open
to 33" x 19", fold to a handy
pocket size and are circulated
free of charge.


TELECOMMUNICATIONS


CORPORATION



has a vacancy for a Bahamian


BUILDING

SUPERINTENDENT


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


INDEPENDENCE

CELEBRATIONS

AT LONG ISLAND
LONG ISLAND: Independence
celebrations in southern Long
Island will begin on Monday, July 9
with community singing and story
telling from 8 p.m. to 11:50 p.m.,
after which there will be a religious
observance. High point of the
evening will be the Flag Raising
ceremony and a gun salute at
midnight. This will be followed by
a fireworks display and motorcade
from Clarence Town to Gordons.
On July 10 from 9 a.m. to II
a.m., a programme will be held at
each school, followed at 11:10 a.m.
by a tree planting ceremony and a
flag parade from the school onto
the dock. Later in the morning
there will be games, dances, a
junkanoo parade, fireworks display
and dancing.
The celebrations will conclude on
July 11 with games, races, a dance
contest, parade and cocktail party
and dancing. At North End, Long
Island, the celebrations will begin
with a National Day of Prayer on
Sunday, July 8. The following day,
there will be an Independence
cocktail party at Stella Marls tennis
court and cabana followed by
speeches by religious and public
leaders and the Flag Raising
ceremony. The evening will
conclude with a fireworks display
at Simms Open Field.


CLASSIFIED


SECT


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT I CARSFOR SAF MIE SIPPUIES I


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 2-1727-3.

C10002
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C 10039


FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedroom' 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.
C 10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21/ baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18x36. Beautifully landscaped,
bearing fruit trees central
airconditioned. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.
C 10306
ONE COMMERCIAL
CORNER LOT in Highland
Park. 16,500 sq. ft. Phone
nights 34527 days 29293.


C 10383
WESTWARD VILLAS HOUSE
3 bedroom 2 bathroom house
completely furnished, was
selling for $55,000.00 now can
be bought for a bargain price
of $40,000.
Call Neville A. Hanna 22460

HILLTOP LOT 60 x 90.
Residential area, you can build
Immediately. Price $3,500.00.
Call Neville A. Hanna 22460

PLOT REALTY COMPANY
LTD., Tel. 22460, Box N1492,
Nassau

FOR SALE OR RENT
C10372
FOR SALE OR LONG TERM
LEASE
Fine, elaborately
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 see.

I FOR RENT
C10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
1iew telephone 2-1722-3.
C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10041
4500 square feet, warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .2-4777-8.


C10116
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, completely
furnished home, Nassau East,
near school. Available July 1st.
Call 3-6151 nights, 5-8141
days.
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.
C10276
4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
house, Bamboo Town. Phone
34694.
C10083
HILLCREST TOWERb
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool short or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.


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C10341


C10380
FURNISHED three bedroom
two bath house in Seebreeze
Estates, airconditioners,
telephone, garage, laundry
room, automatic washer and
dryer. $400.000 Phone 5-8512.

CARS FOR SALE I
C10279
RELIABLE 1967 Flat 850
new tyres. $500. Tel. 55260.
after 4 p.m.
C10292
HAVE TO SELL!!
1970 GT6 MK2 red with neat
paint work. Condition like
new. Going at $1,800.00 or
nearest offer. Contact Peter
Major at 5-7430/1, ext. 170 or
177. Owner leaving Island.


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

C 10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTION
1970 MGB GT
Hard top, std. $1450
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr., auto, blue $2400
1970 FORD CAPRI
automatic, blue $1595
1971 VIVA
2 Dr., Auto., Green $1695
1969 VICTOR
:?000 s/w Automatic $600
1969 VIVA
2 dr., auto. blue $875
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 Dr. auto radio,
orange $3500
1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto white $950
1970 FIAT
850 white $495
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto.. blue $1850
1968 FORD FAIRLANE
4 dr. auto, brown$450
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU
blue A/C $2800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 dr. auto, blue $1695
1968 PONTIAC
STRATO-tHIEF
Yellow $1400
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1969 FORD MUSTANG
A/C $1950
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
I dr, 2000 std., green $2950
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
$ dr., std., yellow $475
1973 VICTOR S/W
F.E. auto, blue,
856 miles $4400
1969 HILLMAN HUNTER
auto,green $750
1971 VICTOR S/W
2000 auto $1400
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST
green $1200
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S., auto, A/C $2700
Trade-ins Welcomed,
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


FOR SALE


FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSC194
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Commercial
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
P.O. Box 4068
Panama City, Florida 32401


C10304
1973 MORRIS MARINA: In
excellent condition. Only
6,000 miles. Pltne nights
34527 days 28293
C 10294
1972 C.S. 124 Stationwagon.
38,000 miles. Phone 3-2149
after 6 p.m.
C 10303
1970 PLYMOUTH Sport
Satelite. Air conditioned and
radio. In excellent condition.
Phone nights 34527 days
28293.
C10310
1969 PONTIAC, excellent
condition. Automatic, power
steering. Phone 58765 after
3:30 p.m. $2200. (O.N.O.)

C10375
1970 WHITE TRIUMPH
HERALD 1360 excellent
condition only 13,000 miles
- $990. Owner leaving island.
Telephone 4-1387.


C10190
3 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
airconditioned, fully furnished
house In Sans Souci. Large
enclosed garden. Safe for
children. Telephone 41562.
C10291
BLAIR ESTATES
1., 2 bedroom 1 bath
apartment, furnished. Phone
(day) 22580 (night) 32589).
C 10296
Apartments and office
space for rent in commercial
district Telephone 5-1324.
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.
C10324
1 2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment.
1 one bedroom apartment. All
completely furnished,
airconditioned. Harmony Hill.
Phone 3-1328.
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.


C10285
C-CRAFT 12' rubber boat with
3 HP Evinrude $300.00
1970 Austin Morris Mini -
$1000.00
1970 Harley Davidson 150 c.c.
-$100.00
Phone 7-7885.
C 10269
14 FLATS used previously
used by Kingsway Players In
their drama productions.
Phone 42158 for further
details.
C10277
ELECTRIC CLOTHES Dryer
$85.00. Easy parts recently
replaced. Phone 31318.

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.
C 10309
GOATS have been kept as
pets. Call 2-4892.
C10334
1965 CHEV. 1 ton pickup
truck. Excellent condition.
$1000.00 Cash. Phone 59540.

C 10339
U.S. Diver's regulator and tank
$125.00.
Avon g' dinghy and 34 h.p.
Seagull. $350.00.
Telephone 7-7842.


C10376
LARGE STURDY wooden
chest-padded 'id, Metal trunk.
Many books for children -
some sets. Cheap. 5-3901.
C 10388
GOLF CLUBS men's medium
weight Spaulding Elite,
excellent condition, 4 woods 8
irons original $400 asking $275
or near offer. Call 41323 after
5 p.m.

PETS FOR SALE
C 10321
LEAVING FOR ENGLAND
Can't bear to put him in
quarantine for 6 months 6
week old Golden Labrador.
Phone 23083 from 9 5.

C10385
PUREBRED (with papers).
(Pibetan Lion Dogs). (with
papers). Male Shih Tzus -
Black and white (Bruiser) and
brown and white (Rodney) 9
weeks old. $175 each Tel.
4-1088 or 2-8899.

1 ME SUPLES
C 10305
19 FOOT THUNDERBIRD
with 2 Evinrude 55, and
ship-to-shore radio. Phone
nights 34527 days 28293


C 10283
42' MATTHEWS 325 H.P.
Chryslers Flybridge, full
electronics double cab.
Shower -- In beautiful
condition 1963 registered
Bahamas. 665-5403, Miami --
6822 Mindello Coral Gables,
Fla.


C 10035
PACEMAKER 44 ff
Luxurious Cruising Yach'
Phone 3-2371.
C 10348


SAILBOAT 17' fibreglass.
$1350 O.N.O. Call 2-1871
3-5335.



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
occasion.

CARD OF TH KS
C10377


THE FAMILY of the lat
Elizabeth Ferguson, who diea
Saturday June 9th 1973, wist
to thank all those who sen
telegrams, cards, letters
wreaths and messages o
condolences during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks t(
Pastor E. J. Nottage, member
of the Bahamas Gospe
Mission, Doctor Farrington
the Nursing Staff of th
Princess Margaret Hospital, th
District Nursing Service, th
Community Nursing Servic
and the Staff of Butler'
Funeral Home an(
Crematorium.
C10330


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THE FAMILY of the lal
Maggie Darville wish to than
their many friends for card
and tokens of sympathy during
their recent bereavemen
Special thanks to Fathi
Collingwood Cooper and M
Pinder of Pinder's Funer
Home.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C10271
INDEPENDENCE CLEAN-L
OFFER: Roberts used Car Lo
phone 42981, will remo
abandoned vehicles fro
private properties at a great
reduced rate. Offer good un
July 10. Contact PetrcI
Roberts, phone 42981 7 a.
to 7 p.m. daily for prom
courteous service.

I SCHOOLS
C 10369
KINGSWAY ACADEMY
now testing for a llmi
number of vacancies in Gra
One. If interested, plea
contact the school at 42158.


C10320
OUR LADY'S SCHOOL Al
PARISH is sponsoring
Summer Workshop In Mat
English, Reading a
Recreation. Begning July
- August 10th.
Registration: June 25th 2.
- 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m
fee of $20 for entire court
Telephone 2-3892.


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C10342
1966 HILLMAN MINX, Good
Interior, Engine in fine running
order, $450. O.N.O., contact
Dr. Wilson or Dr. Fay at
P.M.H.
C10389
MORRIS MINOR 197C.
Excellent condition $950.
Telephone 52471.
C10374
1969 NUMBER SCEPTER,
new paint job, automatic.
$950.00 or nearest offer. Call
George, 5-2483.

FORSAE I
C10261
6-5-Piece place setting of
Rosenthal China with extra
serving pieces. Call 41062
between 4-7ja.m.











Friday, June 29, 1973.
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Phone 5-2439.



C10312
SPECIAL NOTICE
A $40.00 free bonus
pre-Independence gift is yours
if you make a deposit now at
Bill's Real Estate. Good buys
Include:-
SOUTH BEACH EST.
SEVEN HILLS ESTATE
SUNSHINE PARK
GOLDEN GATES
BEL-AIR
TROPICAL GARDENS
SANDS ADDITION
MARATHON ESTATE
SEABREEZE ESTATE
GLENISTON GARDENS
YAMACRAW BEACH ESTATE
WINTON MEADOWS
COLONY VILLAGE EAST
And many others.
Easy terms and good cash
discounts are available. Call
23921.
C10382
ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL
PARENTS MEETING A
meeting will be held at the
school auditorium at 3:00 p.m.
Saturday June 30. To hear a
report from the Board of
Directors.

POSITION WANTED
C10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl In your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
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. O. Box 3528,
Nassau.



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.
C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Dc
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas?
Then consider the childcare
field. The Ranfurly Home for
Children Is seeking the
following staff:
a) Women, 25/35 to live in &
care for children 2 to 6 years
old. Nursery or childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
chlldcare 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.
Lalie Oevies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N-1413


Old established Bay Street firm
requires mature, experienced
shorthand typist with
boolkkepIng experience. Five
week, medical benefits and
ulcellent salary. Apply In own
hondwriUing to: The Office
Manager. P. 0. Box N-8164,.
NmU1. bahlamas.


JOBTITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AN INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
im9 basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
t 9 years cement plant
Aulritfy experience.
aImiS/RESPONSIBILITIES:.
fmlnowte and supervise the
g .lW control procedures
n from selection and
of raw materials
te manufacturing
to the final
a and testing of
p* lr to re utee for

AT:D APPLICANT
,f -ACT. Personnel
..Bahama .ement
u = 0, p.lk0 Box P-100,
0=- *agown.


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.)
1 '


C 10328
EXPERIENCED BAHAMIAN
Book-keeper required for
position as Controller of large
established Bahamian Business.
Applicant must have ability to
maintain complete accounting
records and prepare Financial
Statements. Ideal working
conditions. Salary
commensurate with
experience. Apply in writing in
the first instance to Messrs.
Pannell Fitzpatrick and
Company, Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N-4665, Norfolk House,
Nassau, Bahamas.

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.
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.

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

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.
C10370
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.
C10368
SWIMMING POOL
Maintenance Serviceman. Must
have driver's licence and safe
driving record. Call 5-5708.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equIpment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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.


II. .. I To .... nU I"


YOUNG LADY wanted for
general office work. Typing
essential with a view to joining
sales staff in an expanding
wholesale agency. Must have
pleasant personality. Write for
interview to: Manager P.O. Box
N8717, Nassau,
C 10268
QUALIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS needed to teach at
Kingsway Academy for
September, 1973. If interested,
call 42158.
C7405
JOB TITLE- (EIGHT)
GENERAL HEPAI 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,
reportr, Grand Bahama.

C10378
RELIABLE MAID to care for
infant and two school children.
Call 56118.
C10381
THE BANK OF NOVA
SCOTIA requires a Consumer
Credit Officer for its Bay and
Deveaux Street Branch,
Nassau. Applicant should have
at least 8 years lending or
related experience. Must be
male and at least 30 years of
age. Only Bahamlans need
apply.
Please apply in person to Mrs.
H. Barrett, Bank of Nova
Scotia, Rawson Square.
C 10384
APPLICATIONS are invited
for the position of Assistant to
Manager (International and
Branch Banking).
The successful candidate will
be baled in the Bank's
International Headquarters in
Nassau.

Candidates should have had
previous Banking experience
combined with practical
experience in international
banking and credit appraisal;
fluency in Spanish necessary in
view of the need to
communicate with the Bank's
Spanish speaking clients.

Write giving a synopsis of
qualifications to the Personnel
Manager, Bolam, P. 0. Box
N1262, Nassau.

C10325
NEED a domestic helper or
babysitter, Nassau or Freeport,
Bahamas. Write to Pearlie
Downer immediately at
Berkshire District, Dundee P.
A. Westmoreland, Jamaica. W.

TRADE SERVICES

C10045
Plder's Catems

Brokerae tLd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
.NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2,3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C10037
PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, PANE
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.
C10046


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

FENCES
For your fence needs
Call 35491
QQSCAR 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.


S REAL ESTATE I
C6029
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 212l
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.

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.

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.


HELP 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, Freeport.

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.
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.

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.


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, Freeport, Bahamas.


I ELP WANTED |
C7467
JOB TITLE; SHOP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C6U35
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.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MIN IMUM 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
chipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Departme.;t, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
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
when 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 tvpinq
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
BuUlding, 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.
C6041
TEACHER needed to instruct
students in Catholic Religion
and Art. Religious education
and teaching certificates and
degree required. Previous
experience desired.
Apply to: Headmistress, Mary,
Star of the Sea School,
Freeport.
C6042
Experienced legal
SEC RETARY/BOOKKEEPER
able to type at 60 w.p.m. and
take shorthand at 120 w.p.m.,
capable of keeping complete
set of accounts, banking, etc.,
Bahamians only net apply.
Call 352-7425, Freeport.


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 Diane
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
heavy 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
lounge mats.
(1).CLEAN-UP-MAN: To make
coffee, keep area clean, also
bring in plates and ice.
(1) TECHNICIAN: To
maintain and repair all stage
equipment including
Ampli ers, Microphones,
Speaker 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.


C6025
PEST CONTROL
SERVICEMAN required, fully
experienced in rodent, Insect
and termite control. Apply in
writing to: Rentokil
International Ltd. P. 0. Box
F-95, Freeport, Grand Bahama
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.
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.


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

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 posseft
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.


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.
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 must be
mature and of 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, Hotel Ltd., P. O. Box
F-859, Freeport, prior to
arrangements for a personal
I vntruIw,


C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL.
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIESt
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.


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.

C6055
ASSISTANT LAUNDRY
MANAGER
Assistant Laundry Manager
required to assist Director of
large laundry operation in
directing flow of work and
supervising laundry personnel.
Applicant must be a high
school graduate and have
previous experience in similar
management capacity of
laundry operation or
experience in a related field.
Contact Princess Properties
International, Management
Services Division, P. 0. Bex
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6054
LAUNDRY WORKER (1):
Willing to do general laundry
work. Must know how to
operate Pressing Machine.
Female, 1 year experience
necessary.
GENERAL LABOURERS (5):
Must be able to do general
cleaning for large hotel and
other labouring classed work.

LADIES TAILOR (1): Will be
required to be able to alter any
style of clothes. Must be able
to Jse sewing machine.
Experience-, needed.
DRYC LEANER/PRESS
OPERATOR: Must be able to
handle large type of machine.
Male, with experience only.
DISPLAY & SALES
ASSISTANT MANAGER:
High school education
required. Five years experience
is required, must be able to
work on own, have pleasant
appearance and be able to
work with the general public


Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Elon
Martin Jr., Personnel Director.

C6056
MANAGER Individual
oversees the functions to the
following departments and
personnel of the Operations
Division; Customs
Brokerage, Equipment
Repairs, Landscaping, Building
Maintenance, Janitorial and
Road Maintenance. Secures
shipping documents on all
Incoming material and
equipment, sees that bonded or
duty paid entry forms are
prepared, secures approval
from Customs, maintains
mechanical repairs, body
repairs and painting to all
company vehicles. Maintains
present landscaping in the
bonded area, maintains
janitorial cleaning service for
all company property Including
International Airport, Customs
and Immigration areas. Sees
that all roads and shoulders are
free from debris, approves all
Invoices, billings and personnel
actions. Also establishes
divisional policy.

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY -
Individual is required to have
past experience in general
secretarial duties with accuracy
in typing at least 60-70 wpm
and excellent in shorthand.
This Is a responsible position
that requires one who is able to
work on their own initiative.

PORTER Individual should
be prepared to do janitorial
work which consists of general
cleaning of offices and toilets.
Only applicants who are
prepared to work each day will
be considered.


Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Company, Ltd.,
Personnel Department, 18C
Kipling Building, Freeport.
Grand Rahama.


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17. Neat
19. Mound
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50. Epochal
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Sourrylng up to' lauac r Rupert finds three
Water Mites waiting for him. "So you're in
league with that man called the Professor I"
ries aone. '" We thought you were our friend,
an enemy I" But I am your friend,",
ets Rupert. "And so is the ProfessorI"
-Oh no. he's not' screams the Water Mite.


4. Confess
5. Legacy
6. Adjoin
7. Silver fir
8. Panther
9. Rubber tree
10. Flower plot
16. Cheese
18. Yarn measure
21. Promise
22. Eggs
23. Longing
24. Some
25. Card game
26. Nettle
28. Wealthy woman
31. Tableland
33. Flier
36. River of
oblivion
38. Heron
40. Equipment
41. Soft breeze
42. Autocrat
43. Anguillas
44. Wife
45. Arctic bird
46. French marshal


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REX MOR GAN, M.D. BDAL CUTITS


0 CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOXPE

from the Carroll Righter Institute
/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are tied down
to finishing an activity that has become a
tiresome chore, but it is necessary you do this before you can
go on to new opportunities. The time is right to make
long-range plans while finishing present duties.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Make sure you follow through
with a promise made to a friend or there could be trouble later
on. A meeting with another may be delayed but take it in
stride. Do something constructive.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) There are delays in pushing
through with a project you have in mind, so keep rooted in
other work you have to do and make this a productive day.
Assist a friend who is in trouble.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get out from under all those
demands others are making on you and engage in new outlets
that are more interesting and profitable. Evening is fine for
attending favorite amusement.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Put a new plan in
operation that will be profitable far into the future, after you
have discussed it with an expert. You have fine ideas now.
Make a note of them for future use.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A friend may be disappointing
but only because of circumstances beyond your control. Use
your own ingenuity and you will gain your objective. Learn to
depend on yourself more.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Make sure you don't run off
on a tangent instead of doing important work that awaits your
attention and which must be done now. Listen to what a
higher-up has to suggest.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have a new plan in mind
which is good but requires more work on it before it can be a
success. A new contact has fine ideas which could help you to
advance. Listen carefully.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Smile even though
conditions around you may appear depressing. Attend to your
own affairs and all turns out fine. Show more true devotion to
loved one. Avoid one who criticizes.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) An associate wants
you to do your fair share of work. You should do so or there
could be trouble. Do what is expected of you, especially with
the public. Keep temper under control.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to persevere if
you are to finish all that work ahead of you and be rid of
pesky problems. Take health treatments you need during spare
time. Avoid strenuous exercise.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You want to have fun,
which is fine provided you don't go overboard. Stay within
your budget. A fine talent you have could easily be put to
good use and bring added income.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Stop feeling imposed upon by
kin and do your utmost to be of greater help at home.
Postpone entertainment at home until a better time. Study
business reports and make sure they are correct.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those ingenious young people who is determined to get
ahead, even before proper preparation. Teach to use the mind
along specialized lines with order and system, then this can
become a successful chart, especially if time is planned for
recreation. A fine family person here, with much love in the
nature. Give chance to choose own religion.

JARG


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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard |


letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word in the
list. No plurals: no foreign word:
no pror names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 229 words. good :
34 wor v, very good ; 39 words
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YENTKRDAY'S SOLUTION :
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every eyre fence fencer fern
ferny FERVENCY fever free
nerve nervy never reef veer
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16. Container. (3)
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20. Small fish. (5)
21. Relate. (4)
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3. By-psan. (4, 4)
4. Revenue. (3. )
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7. Modern beer. (8, 6)
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By VICTOR MOLLO
HOW do various coups get their
names? The Vienna Coup doubt-
lees originated In Vienna. Des-
chapelleswa a s a t whist
playes, Merrimac hi, while
The Morton Co-up, acordtogto
the Amrhtcan Bridge Wo to
named after Henry VU'a Chan-
eUor, who squeezed the nobles
on this principle: If they lvd
well, must be rich. If they
lived mpy they obvious
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"That man has angered our leader and we
are out for revenge. We'll spoil everything
that belongs to him." What has he done ? "
Rupert is mystified but he Is not allowed to
ask questions. "Come and see for yourelfl"
shout the little people, roughly pu thing him
away from the bank. AL.L wm neh a


South can get ns slam. Having
no profitable discard to make
on the 'VA, declarer ruffs the
?K, crosses to his hand with
a trump and leads the 42.
If West goes up with the 4A.
the dQ will yield South his
twelfth trick. So West plays low,
allowing the Q to win. South
comes back with a trump, cashes
the *VA, discarding a spade
from dummy, and ruffs his last
heart.
Now the 4K throws in West,
who is forced to lead a club
or to concede a ruff and discard.

Chess


White's next move forced
immediate resignation in this
position from Razuvaev v.
Kumnin in the 1972 Soviet
Championa:ip. What did
Raguvaev play as White. and
why did Kuzmin then give up?
Par times: 20 seconds, grand-
master; 40 seconds, chess master:
two minutes. chess expert; five
minutes, county player; 10
minutes, club strength; 15 min-
utes. average; 30 minutes,
novice.
SOLUTION NO. 9700 -
Chess Solution
I P--07 Resigns. I.. Kt x P
is forced, leading to 2 Q-K7 ch,
K-Bl; 3 iR-Bi oh. Kt-B4 (3
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5 R-B7 wins the knight): 4
BxKt. PxB (1/ 4 . .Qx; 5
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ch, K-Ktl;: Q-Q ch,. K-RI:
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QxP; 9 Q-QS ch. K-Ktl; 10
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Friday, June 29, 1973.


Bimini All-Stars under



Robbins'look impressive'

I By GLADSTONE THURSTON
THE BIMINI ALL-STARS looked impressive in practice last
night as the C.I. Gibson Gym where they worked out in
preparation for tonight's first game against Grand Bahama
All-Stars. They will be out to avenge a loss to Grand Bahama
earlier this year when they meet at 7:30 in the first game of the
Bahamas Amateur Basketball Association's Independence
Basketball Tournament at the C.I. Gibson Bym. "They have a lot
of talent," commented coach Charlie Robbins. "Only one thing
they are lacking is experience."
The Classic Pros who made a Tony Newton will play guards.
sensational debut in the Former Cougar Paul Cleare
B.A.B.A.'s 1972-'73 series has found a new home with the
taking second place, meet the Classic Pros whose task to stop
Collegians in the second game the Collegians will be difficult.
at 9 p.m. The Collegians are Sharon Storr, who paced the
made up of Bahamian students Pros during the B.A.B.A.
studying in the United States playoffs, is back. It is
Robbins, a Western New understood that Van Ferguson,
England sophomore returned to the sharp shooter for Pinder's
Bimini at the close of their Sport Shop, will be filling in
series and gathered quite a for the Pros also.
strong crew that intends to Making their return to
really make their presence felt. Making their return to
"The guys are looking forward basketball in the Bahamas and
to these games," said Robbins. playing for the C(ollegians are
"Tthey think it's the thing of Elisha McSweeney, Carl Minns,
"They think it's the thing of Sterling Symonette, Fred Laing
their lives." Sterling Symonette, Fred Laing
their lives."and Carter Lightbourne.
Adding to Bimini's power is and Carter Lightbourne.
forward Bennett Davis who Bimini/Granhe loBahamer of the
recently had been re-acquired Bimini/Grand Bahama game
by Becksently had been re-acquiredrs. Davis who tonight takes on the loser of
by Becks Cougars. Davis, who the Pros/Collegians game in the
was one of the mainstays first game tomorrow night
behind Aquinas College in the 7:30 a the C. Gibson ym.
schools basketball series. In the second game which
played his rookie senior year begins at 9 o'clock, defending
with the Police Royals. b at 9 olock defending
Backing up Davis at forward is Nassau League Champions
Allan Charlton. With Robbins Becks Cougars meet Budweiser
at centre, George Brennen and Eagles

VOLLEYBALL ALL-STAR TEAMS

PICKED FOR JUBILEE GAMES


THE BAHAMAS VOLLEYBALL
Federation have entered the
following names for the 1973
Independence All-Star games which
are to be played July 10 7 o'clock
at the C. I. Gibson gym.
LADIES TEAMS
COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE:
Coach: l)r. Norman Gay. Barbara
Knowles Paradise Bees, Celestine
Wilson Jets, Vivian Leckey -
Paradise Bees, 'langy Ambrister -
S.A.C.A., lnorence Rollec Jets,
Daisy Walker Jets. Cora Hepburn
S.A.C.A., Gwen Miller Jets,
Stephenie Mckenzie Paradise
Birds. Carolyn Smith Paradise
Birds, Sharon Thompson -.

US baseball roundup
NEW YORK, June 29 (AP)-
Tsmmy Hutton hit a pair of home
Sins and the Philadelphia Phillies
continued their recent domination
of the New York Mots with an 11-4
victory Thursday.
Hutton's fourth home run of the
season and second of the game in
the seventh inning drove in three
runs and ignited the four-run
outburst that put the game out of
the Mets' reach.
In other Thursday games, the
Montreal Expos defeated the
Chicago Cubs 5-4 in 18 innings to
complete the game suspended
Wednesday afternoon; the Cubs
then took the regularly scheduled
game 4-2; the Cleveland Indians
split a doubleheader with the
lntnn Red sox


Ministry of Education.
ISLANDERS:
Coach: Oswald Moore, Wendy
Jackman Paradise Bees, Margaret
Albury Paradise Bees, Linda
Davies S.A.C.A., Elaine
Thompson Paradise Bees, Patty
Symonette S.A.C.A., Ireddie
Carrol Paradise Birds, Muriel
Anderson Jets, Winnifred Russell
- Paradise Birds, Violet Francis -
Ministry of Education, Yvonne
Smith Paradise Bees, Madlyn
Smith Paradise Birds.
MEN'S TEAM
ISLANDERS LEAGUE:
Coach Caual Thompson,
Leroy l-awkes Wardrobe Stars,
Carl Minns Wardrobe Stars, Leslie
Cartwright Wardrobe Stars, David
Bullard Wardrobe Stars, Joseph
Demeritte Wardrobe Stars,
Brenville Ilanna Police, Garante
Lochard -- Police, John Johnson -
S.A.C.A., Tom Grant Gladiators,
Kevin Rolle -- Gladiators, Dennis
Forbes -? Rubin Demeritte -
Coldfront.
COMMONWEALTH LEAGUE
Coach: Leonard Archer, Oswald
Moore Paradise Giants, Eddie
Smith Giants, Timmy Barrette -
Giants, Ralph Burrows Giants,
Stephen Burnette Giants, Hubert
Williams Giants, Paul Clarke -
Pizza Solos, Ferrison Lochard -
Pizza, Stephen Benerby B.E.C.,
Alphias Forbes P.W.H.S., R.
Smith 1P W S


.


BALDWIN DARLING,
many times winner of the Mr.
Physique award

TO SEEK 'MR.

INDEPENDENT

BAHAMAS' TITLE
NINE SENIOR bodybuilders
headed by Mr. Northern
Bahamas 1973, Neil Dean, and
15 juniors topped by Michael
Palacious vie for the Mr.
Independent Bahamas title
when they compete in the
Independence Bodybuilding
contest July 11 at the A. F.
Adderley Gym. The winner of
this event is to represent the
Bahamas in the Mr. World
and/or the Mr. Universe
contest later this year.
Sponsored by the Chinese
community, this is expected to
be a yearly event with a
floating trophy being awarded
to the winner. Anyone winning
the trophy three consecutive
times has it for keeps.
In addition to the
bodybuilding contest, there
will be arm wrestling, chinning,
pushups, power-lifts and pie
eating contests. The audience
will be invited to participate in
these events.
Officials for this contest are
Keith Parker, Richard Barrett,
Meg Knowles and Minky
Isaacs. The judges for the
bodybuilding contest are Basil
Williams, Arthur Eldon, Cliff
Wilson and Dr. Norman Gay.
Dr. Gay will also emcee the
show.
Seniors who have entered
so far are Baldwin Darling,
Dwight Palacious, Neil Dean
Ezra Russell, Sam Williams,
Hercules Rolle, Richard Clarke,
Rudy Pinder and Emil Poitier.
The juniors who have
entered are Michael Palacious,
Tony Mortimer, Victor
Lockhart, Alfred DeCosta,
Russell Wood, Edwin
Lightbourne, Ivan "Elmongo"
McKinney, Junior Grant,
Thomas Cloud, Donald Pratt,
Jeremy Knowles Doyle
Adderley, Willie Pierre, Michael
Delaney and John McIntosh.


Bahamas Olympic boxers



will kick off 2-week



Ideependence sports


By GLADSTONE THUF
A TWELVE BOUT ACTION-PACK
Bahamas Olympians Nathaniel Knowles
staged by the Amateur Boxing Associat
Monday night 8:30 at the Nassau Stadiu
of sports in commemoration of the


Bahamas.
Having seen no action since
their Freeport tour earlier this
year, the boxers who are
close to 30 strong have been
progressing "very good," said
national coach Bert Perry.
There are over nine new
additions and standing out
among those rookies is
heavyweight Wellington Miller.
"We want to expose to the
world our amateur boxers,"
said Perry. Following this bout
competitors for a return bout
with Canada will be chosen.
Canada earlier this year took
three of five bouts from the
Bahamas. They are also
considering touring the Virgin
Islands.
This bout, which wilt take
the form similar to that of the
Golden Gloves, is expected to
be an annual affair. An
Independence Amateur
Champion will also be selected.
Despite the progress, some
boxers have the tendency not
to be consistent in their
training. "Boxing is a serious
game," said Perry, a former
two time heavyweight
champion of the Bahamas. "I
don't want to take anybody


out there to get hurt."
Perry picked out Knowles
and Davis as good examples of
consistency in training. "The
only problem I have is to stop
Knowles from training."
AS GOOD AS PROS
Perry has great confidence in
his crew and "I feel they can
beat any pro boxer in the..
Bahamas over five rounds," he
said. Besides Davis, Knowles
and Nathaniel Whymns, the
Golden Glove lightweight
champ, "there are some others
who might b be as good as
them but they don't train
enough."
To Perry, the boxers are
very co-operative and he feels
as if they have the potential to
go places. "Let's take our three
top fighters, they fight like
some of the amateurs I saw
with more than 100 fights,")
commented Perry. What is_.
needed though is more support
from the public to push the
boxers' enthusiasm. In their
venture to foreign competition
they also need financial


support
by the
boxing
cheape
bouts,


LONDON (AP)- Two Pakistanis
and an Englishman Thursday
pushed the West Indies cricket stars
into danger of the first defeat of
their English tour.
At the close of the second day of
their match against D. H. Robins'
eleven at Eastbourne the West
Indians were 100 for five in their
second innings. That left them 112
ahead going into the last day.
Geoff Boycott, England's top
batsman hit 114 runs in a stylish
innings in which he never made an
error during 41 hours at the crease.
He was finally stumped by Murray
off Julien's bowling.
Boycott's runs went toward a
total of 316 for eight declared by
the Robins team 12 runs short of
the West Indies first innings,
Pakistani star Mushtaq
Mohammad was livelier than
Boycott, hitting one six and six
fours in his 55 scored in just over
100 minutes. Mushtaq went to a
catch at the wicket off Foster.
The other Pakistani to sway the
match was lntlkhab Alam, the
Surrey spinner. Intlkhab, helped by
indifferent light toward the close of
play, dismissed Rowe, Foster and
allicharran for 23 runs in his first
eight overs.
Mushtaq lent a hand again by
missing Murray LBW withthe
last ball of the day.
SUMMARIZED SCORE: At
Eastbourne. West Indies 328 (A. I.
Kallicharran 113, B. D. Julien 55)
and 100 for five. D. H. Robins


Eleven 316 for eight declared (G.
Boycott 114, Mushtaq Mohammad
SS).
In the only other first class
cricket fixture, Warwickshire was
heading for victory over Cambridge
University. The country team
scored 304 for seven declared while
the University men made 68 In
their first innings and were 35 for
one in their second time at bat.

GOLFER CLAIMS
HE WAS ROBBED
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD
(AP)- Trinidad's Germany-based
professional golfer Sook Maharaj
today said "he was robbed" of the
victory in the Trinidad
international open golf
tournament which ended at
Tobago's Mount Irvine course at
Whit weekend.
The tournament was won by
George Phillips, who collected
$2,000 first prize.
Maharaj declared he was "given a
raw deal". He was penalized on the
first day by referee Dick Taitt for
not recording a correct score.
The 30-year old ex-caddy said he
was shocked when he was again
penalised "for improving his lie by
flicking away", instead of lifting
moveable obstructions from a
bunker.


IBM DATA CENTER SERVICES
Has immediate position available
in Nassau

PRORIAMMER/SYSTEMS ANALYST

Successful applicants must be throughly familiar with
systems programming design and implementation of
varied commercially oriented applications. Position
requires a minimum of three (3) years COBAL
Programming experience.
Applicants will be required to successfully complete
an Employment Aptitude Test prior to employment
consideration.
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization and Insurance
Programs, paid vacation, attractive starting salary and
excellent advancement opportunities
Qualified applicants should call Mr. McFadden at
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SWEDISH WONDER BOY WINS


WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND (AP)
Born Borg, 17-year-old Swedish
tennis prodigy with the blond
mane, produced another smash-hit
performance Thursday and reached
the last 16 of his first All-England
Championships.
His victim this time was Karl
Meller, West German Davis Cup
star. Borg finished in top gear to
win 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-3 after a
see-sawing duel on a packed centre
court.
As usual, hundreds of teen-age
girls screamed with excitement as
the young Swede surged to victory.
Three Americans won second
round matches. That meant that


of the 21 Americans who set out in
the men's singles six were safely in
The last 32.
Alex Mayer of Wayne, N.J., came
from behind to beat Roberto
Chavez of Mexico 7-9, 6-1, 9-7, 6-2.
Jeff Austin of Rolling Holls, Calif.,
downed Petr Kanderal of
Switzerland 9 8. 6-3. 6-3. Norman
Holmes of Melbourne, I-la.,
outlasted Frantisek Pala of
Czechoslovakia S-6. 2 6. 6-0, 1-6,
7-5.
Americans already through to
the third round were Jimmy
Connors. Pancho Walthall. and Bob
McKinley. None of these were in
action Thursday.


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m kicking off two weeks SOME OF THE TOP
Independence of the BOXERS who will be
participating In the July 2
t. This can be attained amateur show at the Nassau
public's support of the Stadium (from left) Nathaniel
shows which are Knowles, Bert Perry (coach),
r than professional Nathaniel Whymns Clifford
Perry said. Mcintosh, Gary Williams and
Dave Bullard.

WEST INDIES X1 FACES DEFEAT


In order to promote the sale of locally fresh
and processed commodities, the public is advised
to refrain from the importation of the following
items: -
Mangoes
Pineapples
Pigeon Peas (All sizes)
Coloured Beans (All sizes)
Cut Okra (All sizes)
Green Lima Beans (All sizes)
Black Eye Peas
Kidney Beans (All sizes)
Pigs Feet Souse
Conch Chowder
Whelks
Whole Tomatoes
Tomato Paste
Tomato Jam
Guava Jam
Guava Jelly
Guava Nectar
Guava Shells
Guava Pulp
Number 10 Paste
Number 2 paste
Small paste
Large paste
Number 2 Tomatoes
Number 10 Tomatoes
Tomato sauce (11 oz.)
Tomato Puree No 10
Tomato Puree 46 oz.
Number 10 Pigeon peas
Number 2 Pigeon peas
Number 1 Pigeon peas
1 lb. Poly-bag Pigeon peas
CARLTON E. FRANCIS
Minister of Development


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