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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: June 30, 1973
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COR. ROSETTA ST. & MFT. RoYtAL AVE.


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VOL LXX, Nb. 183


Saturday, June 30, 1973.


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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE U.S. NAVY'S
world-famous precision flying
team, the Blue Angels, might
demonstrate their aro~batic


was learned today.
A report on preparations for
the celebrations, released today
by the Bahamas Tourist News
Bureau primarily for overseas
consumption, mentioned that
' 'an aeoaic ho by the IpS
keep visitors busy."
It was the first time the Blue
Agnels have been mentioned in
aillea tes on them ceratins
Attempts to get further details
proved fruitless.
However, it is undersuxrli
that the flying teamn's
appearance, despite today)'s
seleaset, is not yet certain, as
clearance from aviationr
auhtorities has not yet been
received.
A spokesman for the U.S.
Consultate had "no comment "
nl epuh ti understood ah
statement sometime after
Monday.
The Blue Anpils are no
strangers to the Bahamas. They

cnunctiorfort fuh raising
events for charity several times
over recent years.
The team flies six $2.5
million, 20-ton F4 Phantom jet
fighter-bombers capable of
speeds up to 1,600 miles per
hour, although during
demonstrations they rarel
exceed 600 mph.
The performances consult of
adaptations of combat fying
tactics only in much tighter
formation and 'considertibly
closer to the ground than in
actual combat
The Angels have thrilled
millions of people around the
world since they started
performing in 1946 with
propellordrdiven Grumann F6F
Helicats.

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A VN RUrLPdHo BANEN


Alvin Braynen to be






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MR. ALVIN R. BRAYNEN, whose 35 years of parliamentary experience was
wilb h aaa'frtHg omsinrt h ntdKndmcapped by more than five years as a controversial Speaker of the House of Assembly,


The Cabinet Office
announced that Prime Minister
Lynden O. Pindling intends to
advise the G~overnor-General to
appoint Mr. Braynen to the
post. The appointment is a
virtual certainty.
The former House Speaker
and his wife, Ena, leave for


sea-sawed between support of
the riling United Bahamian
Party and "independent"
status in the legislature as an
Eluther rpresen ative,rwhich .

than 29 years.
His refusal to back the UBP
Mfter the 1967 general elections
was a major factor in the
coming to power of the
Progressive Liberal Party.
The elections gave the UBP
and the PLP 18 seats each,
with Mr. Braynen, an
independent at the tin e, and
Labour Party member for,St,-
Barnabas, Randoi Fawkres,
holding power to tip the
balance.
BACKED PLP
Three days after the January
10 elections Mr. Fawkecs threw
his weight behind the PLP, and
on the following day Mr.
Braynen pledged his "fuH
support to any government"
the PLP formed
With the PLP's slim
majority, the Governor called
onitsaleader, L. O. Pindling, to
Mr. Fawkes was appointed

Mab t (eL was Micmedout o
the Cabinet when the PLP
strengthened its -position by
catur 29 seats. in the April,
1968 rigneral elections.) Mr
Bfae owas elected~ Speaker

The BIAS CSpR ker was
cons atly acued by the U P

the Gt ernment band theF e y

National Movement when that
party was formed by the
merger of the UBP with PLP
dissidents.
The Opposition's criticisms
grew stronger after April last
year, when Mr. 'Braynen,
wearing the Speaker's
ceremonial robes and
accompanied by the mace, the
symbol of his authority,
attended a Gtovernment-spon-
sored National Independence
Conference and led the


conference on three cheers for
the Prime Minister, at a time
when the country was deeply
divided over the independence
issue.
"OBNOXIOUS" ENGLISH
Later during the conference
Mr. Braynen told the delegates
he would welcome
indepe ndee because it won d
"obnoxious Ennlishman. As far
as colonial officials and
authorities are concerned, I
Ig~1l be happy to see the last of
theOEnghehmane" he declared.
Braynen's open partisanship in
the independence issue, then
FNM leader Cecil Wallaus
Whitfield tabled in the Hod~rlr
resolution of no confidence in
the Speaker.
Mr. Whitfield subsequently
reftsed to proceed with the
motion when he claimed Mr.
Braynon "strait-jacketed" him
itr dip Jconntent of his
in~troducflry remarks.
The FNM leader accuses Mr.
Braynen of being "biased,
partial one-sided and
lop-sided" the last word a
play on Mr. Pindling's initials.
DEFEATED
Mr. Braynen's parliamentary
career was ended in September
last year, when he was defeated
in the St. John's constituency
by the FNM's Noel Roberts.
During his 35 years in the
legislature Mre Braynen served
He was at various times a

inelm ng t ose 68kpnsibl f r
agriculture, health, education,
tourism and out island
development
Between 1952 and 1958 he
washch unaan of b ds deln

dHe Deputy Speaker of
the HouseE1x9e95 a men Ir

1 63-6 and t eke 1967 7 .
He was a delegate at both
the 1963 and 1968
constitutional conferences in
London, and mn 1970-72 was
chairman of the standing
committee of the Conference
of Commonwealth Caribbean
Parliaments.
Alvin Rudolph Braynen was
born at Current, Eleuthera in
December 1904, educated at
the Current Public School and
Boy's Central School, Nassau.
From 1923-1025 he served as


headmaster of the public
school at Bimini and Tarpum
Bay, Eleuthera. In 1930 he
went into business in the oil
industry.

the coBrmen ewi m mhe
Bahamas independence

Wesm nermgbbey, an at th
Independence Day ce ea in
House and the Commonwealth
Institute e.


JUBILEE DECORATIONS
DECORATIONS KEEP GOING UP all over the place in
day si f. Alhuh isr II muhdlo ao dn
look. Th ono tN overn t High kchoo i rym cTl o
Columbus' landing in the New World. His thnre ships are
atop the pole whil a symbolic wave patte rn eves up to
the pole-top. It is to be #iuminated at night time.





B am


I KELLY
cer with 21 years in the police
d to tote boxes on weekly trips
tment and the Cabinet Office in
at victimization.
The writer said that in 1958
Mr. Brown was sent to New
York "and New Yorkers still
remember that tall, stately
Bahamian policeman directing
traffic in Times Square, the
busiest spot in all New York.
Mr. Brown was interviewed
on television and has been
described as the most
piptoger~h*d policeman on
the force, the writer said.
"He was later seconded to
the Immigration Department
and as a law enforcement
officer of that department
almost single handedly curbed
the influx of Haitian nationals
that were coming into the
Bahamas illegally.
SUGGESTION
"He suggested at that time
to a high-ranking immigration

Hitci nstoasnd ecorui t hem e
the same mhannte as Bahamia

the southern U.S. This sensible
suggestion fell on deaf ears.
"Today this man is still
being treated as an upstart in
the Immigration Department
byhmen and to doubt wom n
p rej ud iced," the writer
claimed.

"plcke ad dlgence,"B 'sd
that some years ao ma e s

culprit came to the Bahamas.
His picture was sent around to
the ImmigrationDepartment.
Two weeks later the wanted
man was passing through
Nassau when Mr. Brown
recognized him and alerted the
police. As a result the man was
apprehended and sent back to
England to face trial.
"If another officer had
shown such pluck and diligence
to duty I am sure he would
have been promoted or
honourably mentioned in
public, but not this officer,
because many Bahamians are
still petty in their dealings with
other Bahamnians."
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By NICK
A SENIOR Immigration offir
service behind him is being usel
between the Immigration Degge
what is alleged to be an attempt r
The disclosure was made to
The Tribune in a letter to the
Editor and a photographer was
subsequently .able to get a
photograph of 59-year-old
George Brown lifting the heavy
cartons into the Cabinet
Office.
The letter writer described
Mr. Brown, who has been with
'srmigration' for abinif~ ten
years, as a "devoted Bdlitmian
officer" who was being treated
"in a dastardly manner by
someone whom he failed to
cow-tow to, for reasons k own
only to that particular person
or persons.
"Go to Rawson Square on a
Thursday or Friday and you
will see this officer, along with
another senior officer, lifting
big boxes, while younger men
are allow steo watch and make

adm nistra ion ts uld tr at n s
senior officials?" he asked. He
said it was known that Mr.
Brown was an ardent supporter
of the government. The writer
questioned whether Mr. Brown
was being victimized "because
nse frmer government was
COURTESY
Said the writer: "I followed

tte pmancefoarceo Hi ou to s
manner to old and yung arickh

made him the envy of many o
his superior officers. Therefore
whenever there was a
promotion this man was
by-passed while many of
inferior breed were given the
highest praise.
"In 1964 when our tourist
industry was young, the former
government recognized this
policeman as a stellar tourist
attraction and sent him to
represent our police force in
the windy city of Chicago.
"The results of tha visit are
still seen today, because I think
I am right in saying that more
tourists even today come from
the Chicago-Detroit area than
any other city or state in the
United States."

*cili i

Thomas Rolle a resident of
Palm Tree Avenue and Market
StmFet, is listed in satisfactory
condition at the Princess
Margaredt Hospital after he was
collision at Carmichael and
Balo eil RaR s ny %daur
NPW-15, driven by Vernon
Moss of Market Street South.
Neither Amos Felton, driver
of the truck, nor Moss we
injure .


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PERMANENT DEACONS -- His Lodrdhip Bishop Paul Leonard Hagerrty last night
otrldaia Peter A. Rahming and Lawrncel E. Bethell as permanet dacons of the
Catholic Church. They ar the first Saamians to join the permanent disconste for
married men. They rceived Scred Orders at a srwvice held at Our Lady's Church, Young
Stnret, last nigt. PHOTOs Philip Symonette


T RICKSTER



MR. ARCCORN Aranha of
Kenilworth Street told The
Tribune today that a man of
about 30 years came to his
h ne this morning to borrow

The man explained that the
reason he needed the money
-,2 ..s h woked fo

apl smne G nee but cud
not pay him until next week
because he was off the island
until Sunday or Monday.
The man said his wife had
given birth to a baby that night
and he needed money to buy
clothes for the child.
Mr. Aranha, who was at one
time a neighbour of
Commissioner Gomez, believed
the man's story and lent him
the money.
After the man left, Mr.
Aranha telephoned Mrs
Gomez and told her the story.
Mrs. Gomez sai that they had
never had a man working for
them and so her husband owed
no money to anyone of that
description. However, she
recalled that the week before a
alan had called at her house
and told her the same story.
Mr. Aranha, who was upset
by the incident, said that he
wanted the story published to
protect other members of the
public from what he had
experienced.

QUEEN OPENS NEW CIVIC
QGIeIN CNDA
batoons sese late te air and a
waterfall egan to flow as Elizabethr
kp bsNb a i 5o or
tour by officllly opeablg the new
Scarbaorouh Civi Cooke Friday.


8F OIL DAll(ER

invioNCemEnA iN e oil andu t

danereou stsumti to erirng
over an independent
Bahamas," the Vanguard
Nationalist Socialist Party
warned today.
"Oil Industry Hurts National
Development," declared the
headline in the June issue of
The Vanguard, the party's
official organ.
The story under the headline
pointed out that tourism is the
nation's prime industry, and
"it hangs on clean water and
beaches, sport-fishing and
sailing.
'The Bahamas Government'
like all Caribbean governments'
promising a better standard of
living for the impoverished'
continues to lure the dirty
industry of oil to the country
in a growing tide.
"This tide could very well
one day develop into a
catastrophic tidal wave that
can burst upon us with
suddenness and leave us
destitute in regards to our rich

bauiful bacher bo a fu
fish ing grounds and
non eo Vago d pointed to
the establishment seven yean
ago of the Bahamas Oil
Refiming Company in Freeport'
announced plans for the
development of a deep-water
oil re-transhipment port at
South Riding Point, and to the
recent agreement in principle
by the Government to the
construction of a $300 million
refinery, also on Grand
Bahama.
"It is now clear that the
puppet Bahamian Government
seems willmsg to allow the
imperialists to establish a rin
of refineries surroundingf us.


ChriStian Youth Association


188ch sl Smmr project
THE INTER-DENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN Youth
Association today launched a summer youth programme designed
to promote mn young people of the Grant's Town and St. Agnes
areas "lnot only physical fitness, but a sense of fairplay, discipline
and responsibility.
The ICYAi hopes with their the Rev. David Hartry,
recreation programme to Diocesan Youth Officer for the
reveres the trend whereby Anglican Church here.
"young chndren with limited Abu40othatndd
home resources and without t boda'frt mmyots te d
wholesome recreation tend to tdysttprogra '
seekt questionable amusements The ICYA release said the
lead in a to j uv enile programme might be extended
delinquency." into the school year if response


to the summer programme is
good.





MR COLIN Kelly, 43, of
West Bay Street, was admitted
unconscious to the Princes
Margaret Hospital Thursday
aftemtoon and died about 4
p.m. Friday.
Mr. Kelly had been involved
in a traffic acident a wek ka

cause of death has not yet been
d termined p k is understood

scene was not the cause of
death,
Mr. Kelly was a well known
languages teacher in both
Miinistry of Education and
private school systems for a
number of years.
He is survived by his wife,
Nicki, daughter, Catherine,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert C.
Kelly, a brother, Michael, and a
sister, Anne.
Funeral arrangements are
pending the arrival of famny
members from the U.S.


Scheduled for four hours
every Saturday afternoon for
eleven weeks, the programme is
intended for youngsters of
seven years and over. Most of
its activities will be held in the
St. Agnes schoolroom.
There will be arts and
crafts, movies, indoor and
outdoor games, sports, dances,
drama and discussions. In
addition, there will be
occasional special events,
including talent shows,
excursions and social

"This programme will be
oteh of supervised rea eatlio
that will ensure the
inv olyement of a 11
participants an ICYA press
release said.
The programme was
launched at 2 p.m. today with
a discussion of the problems
faced by the youth of the area*
Discussing those problems and
pledging support to the
programme were Senator
Arthur Foulkes, Grant's Town
M.P. Frnlklyn Wilson, St*
Agnes M.P. Bruce Brayne4
Canon William Thompson and


MIAMI, FLORIDA, JUNE
30 (AP) Passengers who had
been stricken by a mysterious
'intestinal ailment lined the
deck Saturday as a luxury
cruise ship docked in Miami
after cutting short a Caribbean
tri.he passengers seemed
tired but were in good spirits as

examine them.
Health officials said 50
persons still were confined to
their cabins. But the rest of the
1,000 passengers and crew
aboard the Norwegian
Caribbean Lines ship Skyward
had recovered from the ailment
marked with disirrhoea, fever,
stomach cramps and dizziness.
"The bug is on the wane,"
said Al Wolfe, vice president of
the Miami-based shipping line.
"Most of the passengers are out
of their quarters and moving
abou t freely," he said.
Passengers filled the ship's bar,


which was serving
complimentary drinks.
Wolfe said no quarantine
would be placed on the boat.
He said a medical team in
Miami would carry out routine
examinations.
Ce(ffic asD as te oNr lbs
they believed the outbreak was
temi ed a vis nat rby
The Skyward left Miami
June 23, with stops scheduled
at Haiti; San Juan, Puerto
Rico, St. Thomas, Virgin
Island, and Nassau, Bahamas.
The outbreak began Tuesday
while the ship was enroute
from Haiti to Puerto Rico.
The passengers, from
throughout the United States,
paid from 260 dollars to 750
dollars for the cruise. Wolfe
said the company has not
considered whether they would
get their money back.
The Coast Guard dropped
emergency medical supplies


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DEAN STICKS TO HIS GUN NIXON KNEW
belivrJh a is Ft a 8to implct H ea ntok li han a any th leg
affair to save blmself from criminal poroscution. And E~hrilchman says he
has evidnce to as he put it "Ytrp up" the sorn testimony of the
oursed White House counsel.
in lds atorst a knt rtck to shkbEhrlichman cherd Dean was -
Ehdihman's statements came in separate latteview ysrterday as Dean
endd fle dys of exhaustive testimony before the Senate Watergate pantl.
Throughout his testimony and sometimes flerce ctrossexamnantionr, Dean
alatailneds tt the ~resdent knew of the outlines of a cover-up a nearly n
Dean als sid that Ehrilchman and former White House Chief of Staff
H. A Haldeman shared that knowledp, with the Psrsident.

CAN NIXON BE MADE TO TESTIFY?


recTedH Gm o lnos is~ i ft o whet ArW th Wlrtc krn1
jury can force President Nixon to testify, and whether It would have the
power to ladict him. A spokdhmra says Cox has not decided which
opns ekoamnan ryomoctgpobably won't make a decision unless the
pnroscutors reach a point in their investigation where they belelve they
need Nixon's testimony.
FUNDSB TO SUPPORT ANTI-WALLACE CAMPAIGN
thWASHINnGTO (AP The Senste Wrabrgkt c mlt 00 7%l tod
400 thousand dollars to the campaign of Albert Brewer against George
Wllaer for Governor of Alabama. There have bee nrpotrt of such aId
previously in the past, and they hawe been denied. Ousted presidential
cn lobskDan t d ae commtte tbo ut theme when chartman
Brewr, ar Democrat, hasr sid previously he wa not aware of any money
fkom a White House source*
EXERCISE A MUST FOR GOOD HEALTH IN SPPACE
HOUSTON SPACE CENTRE (AP) The thre Skylab astronauts,
Chaste Conrad Psal Welts ad Dr. Josph Kerwin, held their first news
conatrnce today since ending their record-breaing 26day mission*
Conrard aid exrcise Is essntial to good health in space, and without it he
Ilhr n gou rvr a o m coudred tia n rpace without
sridous effcts, if they have exercise. All three reported they have
completely rcovered from the effects of prolonpd weightlessness
THREEi BROTHERS AND A SISTER HAVE HIEAR~T SURGERY
STPANFORD, CALIFORNIA (AP) Three brothers and their sister am
dpe har pab Theb for, ad cMLl onm Mr ad an 1 ac& no la
undwweat operations jointly ysterday.

&Ip BARBADOS SIGN FISHING AGREEMENT
ofBRbadoLI, (AP) IrB greed Fdr yo mlow te Caribbean nation
Abassador V~alei T. McCode and Foreig Minister Marlo Glbon
Barboss excha ~d notes to culminate negotiations held her May 15-17.
This is Brasil fourth fishing areement with a nation which does not
nlrrtocr m the halted States, Surinam, and Trinidad Tobago.
JRispimnary taks with Jap~an imed at reaching a sim~r areenmet have
Wide tn agreement Barbsdos can have up to to boats fishing inside
age.- Beasllan tearit~orial aters at any one time. Trinidad, by comparison, is
Tim pusm e i da foem un to Nov. 30 this year.
TO DISCUSS MERGER OF IABYA AND EGY;r
CAIRO (AP) As Pnsident Anwrm Sadst and Libyan eader CoL
om merKhry p tan other rl fuM k ofte 8thl an he m ard
fbderaton of the two with Syrs.
Syria deputy premier Abdel Katllm Khaddam, who is also Foreign
MMiater, ad acting Libyan Foeign Miplratr Abdel Ati Al Obeldy were
ex anbd haFriday night for the fourth session of the fedtration's
K~haddy, who arrived i Egypt a wak ago, and Sadat ar to meet
Saturday with a pattlementary gup to discuss the mergr of Egypt and
Thetw Idd hsw m pln rt O through next week with
political and executve leaderships in Carlo, the Egyptian Gaztte reported.
RhLjdicy's'~ *viwol thus be the lonpst he ~ha made to Egypt,
obstrn sid.
DUCHESSI OF WIINDSOR SELIS FRENCH ESTATE
PARIS (AP) The Duchess of Windsot r has od her 54acn property,
la Mosli de la Tullede' in tin Chvrease Valey near Paris, to a Swfu
bdur~rt, Mrofficethes n ucd a ilr. The w i~nai asi price
The proprty Includes a villa with he roomay 14-room~ house, two
garaps b and mptuous pdrds. The house i located at Glf*Sur-Yvette
whe reany of the Vietnam peace negotiations betwan Henry Kissngr
and Le Du The took place'







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Sakturday, JCune 30, 1973.


MICIO ClY Mv~tY in fourtanks in
executlv escaped tnharmerd Fkiday

;en Cile naickly cr
the executive's family asid.
Melvn H. zalm, 34, prealdestt of ay W$11MBr F. INicil0150B
ch ian brg o a die lawa SANfTIAO, CHILE (AP) Riebels fra
esndow in la htha where h am cehtrtca tgC1t~ rr~ w ise
from Chicago. rr~~~ ct ct~r h lrrt sIlrtra
Zahn flagged down a passing car oemntusl
driven by Edward Wojesinski, an eHcrgelly wa im~poud throtohahot th sgaba.
f-dut authoriteema As oZahn Personsr including six inateb the two
police to the area where he was civilians, were killed and 22 palace, unfurled
held, he saw his captors fleeing in wounded in the attack by an and blue Chile
separate automobiles and a chase estimated 100 soldiers and four balcony of an 1
enseillam Calhoun, 47, and Geory tanks of Chile's 23,000-man machine-gun
Ferris, 53, both of Chicago, were army. igrough the pla
captured after they wrecked The first assault came during Several of
their cars trylag to flee, posoes sdd the morning rush hour in squads of rei
ki nappiavre care wt downtown Santiago shortly then peeled o
Zahn disappeard Wednesday before 9 a.m. Allende defense minpr
at hohln oe thee sopnp s announced in a nationwide Plaza Bulnes
a western suburb of Chicago. I broacs eoeno htte plc*
luxury car was found abandoned insurrection was put down and Ministry se
with the engine running in Franklin that a majority of the rebel the fireas loya
strk anothws aubrb soldir ha dmore d br fered. eealerted s
drug firm, recelwed a telephone call the 900-man 2nd armoured half dozen o
at his home in Oak Park, another regiment were reported to have the capital.
suburbnThe caller said, "We've got taken part in the uprising. Allende saiC
The elder Zahn received another Te ruh ortnsu o ldb
call Thursday instructing him to go the doors of La Moneda Palace ambitious milil
to a certain location in Oak Park but the tanks' guns were not Astonishe
where he would find a ransom note fired. Machine guns opened nP pedestrians ga
wr todnboI his son asking for l.smlo dlas on the palace guard. Allende convoy roare
The FBI said the younger Zahn was not there at the time. automobiles a
told them he wrote a note at the It was the first action of sides of the stl
insistence of his captors. The note open rebellion against Allende When they
astrctdthat athirddoll b since he came to power in soldiers rakei
another third in 10 dollar bills and 1970. the palace w
the remainder in 50 dollar bills. It was the second time this from automat
But the elder Zahn received no week that military men had civilians
instructing Idbat kdwhere the madeass~aultsoncivilianrulein stumbled for c
Zahn told BIantatehe the bottom half of South Merchants
escaped that he was firt held in an America. opened shol
apartment on the northwest side in The government in Uruguay, quickly rang (
Ceh shaod tFB pagnst ta lohdi acting under heavy armed shutters after
"guns, pieces of chain, pieces of forces pressure, dissolved the the pedestrian
rope, pieces oftape and blankets." Congress in Montevide9 on Half a doze
beZahn hh scap enbuhe cuffed Wednesday and moved that are based in t
befre e scaedbutth cufj country more firmly mnto the and the art
prmissio to dgo no he btheom group of six South American Carlos Prats, (
The Zahn frm servesI,400 retail nations where military men them to c
r gr s ars In the mduest. The hold direct control or have downtown are
wleZhic became oeo the county, heavy influence on government A paratroop
largest drug wholesalers, in 1931 decisions. also brought
wl ha a secondhand truck and I.000 About 130 million of South just south of t
dolr n rdt America's 200 million people Speaking
SEBER AL RlESERVE live under some form of during the atl


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SPACE CENTRE, HOUSTON

ushed rnndtogo- ghelh i

serious PI effects, but theu re
"going to hawe to do some
na a15ranourd Skysh l atronaunrCharles Conrald
'I nder, 1rda k8~rJW isn Dosphl
houn.A stte o contemnce since the end of their
28-day space mission, said their
*?eren showed that a body in
storey concrete beconw a space travellwr. a
ed a red, aht 11 think the average man or woman
an flag from the can fly in space."dsaid Conrad, the
upper window as Skye I cmsman e. "I think they
fire rttled The physical strain of readapting to
Lza. gravity after lIving for lons periods
the tanks and of time in wellhtlessness he sarid,
bel infantrymen can be overcomes by doing exercise
ff to attack the "NI you tke a factory worker or
try, across the scientist and Isawe him up there for
t the rea of the h30 drys,d'sid Conrd, es going to
Conrad, Kerwin and Weltz all
~ntriesr returned suffered some effects from the
l army regiments deconditioning of their bodies after
andsspoid toward hvnl hn knandwsrt f r i a
theirr garrisons in misson anded last Friday.
Living and working in space, said
d the assault was Kh Maan, ted nrt pace-nying
smallgroupof **t was a continuing and pleasant
tary men." surprise toi me to find out how easy
d rush-hour ft wa," he sid, and howgood you
rped as the rebel felt. You Bet a position glow of
d pastforcing ho kit's reay to move, it's easy
nd buses to the He said, however, that prolonged
reets. living in space causes a physical
arrived, the rebel adaptation which must be reversed
d streets around when the astronauts return to
vith long bursts "Our post flight conditions
ic weapons as the demonstrated there are changes and
screamed and there is price tobe paid in that it
ortakesKtmn to ret r" to nora
who had just that within two days of their return
ps and stores, to Earth, "we wereatll bleto carry
down their metal out nanomalday'swork."
allowing some of Kurwin rd hel suffkrt]< ntm
s inside. had some dissiness, and Conrad
In army regiments said he had a brief spell of vertigo
:he Santiago area, k h~te the heavyh
my chief, Gen. "ito ht oLr h ev
ordered several of Cnd. 'Fo a hite allms hat
ordon off the to sufflemy feet."

a. reietws cmm nder, may betheS aser to
p regmentWaS llowing man to stay in space for
in from it~s base blo period s o f time. Hesid he and
:he capital. his cre mtes worked out daily on
from ~ ~ hshm a think the bicycle argometer
tack llend told exerciser contributed significantly
radio audience to our well-being," sid Conrad. "If
ation was under ii we en't for dhe bicycle dl think
of the aps raft "av a so
ho celebrated his Asked if their experience gavet
y on .Wednesday, Indlestionsif tamnwaould e able .~
o the palace in a withstand a mirsson of two years or
0 police vehicles. cm 4 tto Mat Kerwin sakid8 tI am
;e, he addressed, ablet work tout "
again and told Conrad aid heand his crewmates
:Prarts "obtained left behind in orbit a smoothly
of the majority operating Skylab spac sato
nt trops.,, which Is ready for the 5-a
nt roor." misson of the Skylab 2 astronauts.


be rrmoved so that wye can have


this (US.) government that must
effective govermnent."
Without expressing remorse
for having been a central figure
in the cover-up, Dean said "it
has been most difficult for me
because I have had to speak
against the President of the
United States, some of my
friends and former colleagues."
But, he said, he attempted
to end the cover-up initially
from working within the White
House "and when that didn't
work I took it upon myself to
work from without."
Di[eane vas thoe firs w tness i
involve President Nixon
directly in the cover-up of the
break-in of Democratic Party
headquarters, saying that the
President knew since last Sept.
IS--or maybe before of
efforts to hide the truth
"I earnestly pray tl at this
committee reaches the truth in
this entire matter and reaches
it as quickly as possible
because I think there is a
terrible cloud over this
government that must be
removed so that we can have
effective governmentt" Dean
said.
He had spent four times
more hours before the
committee than any previous
witness beginning with the
first day when he read a
24 5 -page statement
meticulously outlining the
cover-up sequence.
The rest of the time was
spent in going again and again
over details, as each of the
seven Senators in turn
questioned him.
But he stuck fast to his story
that he was at the centre of the
cover-up, that he acted with
the k no pledge and
encouragement of his
superiors, former chief of staff
H.R. Haldeman and domestic
adviser John D. Ehrlichman,
Haldeman is scheduled as a
witness sometime in July. The
committee recessed for the
American Independence Day
holiday until July 10, when it
will hear from former Attorney
General John N. Mitchell, the
campaign manager for the
Nixon 1972 re-election
campaign at the time of the
break-in, June 17.
Dean charged that he was at
two meetings with Mitchell in
January and February last year
when illegal acts were discussed
with Job Stuart Magruder and
G. Gordon Liddy. He said he
was not at the third when the
plans allegedly were approved
by Mitchell.
And hre said he
communicated everything that
had happened to Haldeman,
the man who staw the President
most often.
He also admitted being
involved in procuring money to
keep the Watergate defendants
quiet, of prompting Magruder
ki cmmi 85rejur oiand o
committee funds to finance his
honeymoon money that he
said he later returned.
Dean underwent close and
aharp questioning by thre
Senators, particularly Senator
E wardd 3 G ur ney,
( Repu bl ican-Florida). and
questions submitted by the
White House and read to Dean
by Senator Daniel K. Inouye,
(D~emocrat-Hawaii).
"I have souht to provide
this committee with all the
facts and information that I
know regarding this matter, to
answer all of the questions that
have been asked of me and to
hide nothing of my own
invol em tt trthh asIow it '
Dean said.
He enlisted the Senate
committee' itelor poyn a s


a nationwide
that the situ
control.
Allende, wl
65th birthdaJ
later drove te
convoy of 3(
From there
the nation
Chileans that
the surrender
of the insurrle:


rmiltary domination.
Neighbouring Argentina
switched. over larst month to
civilian government after
nearly 10 years of military
rule.
'SITUATION CALM'
'Tfhe situation throughout
the country is calm and
absolutely tranquil," Allende
said over nationwide radio
after the attack. He was in his
suburban home when the
assault began.
Allende said the majority of
the rebels surrendered after the
palace area was surrounded by
loyal army troops.
The rebels had arrived in the
four tanks and half a dozen
armoured personnel carriers
and trucks.
The rebels stationed a tank
with its cannon pointing at the
frnt door of the palc i

outside its main entrance. The
cannon did not fire,
The rebels swept the
buildings surrounding the plaza
with gunfire, breaking a
number of windows and
pinumng down pedestrians.
Then palace guards
belonging to the Carabinerosr,
Chl' paramilitary e tce
automatic weapons and
machine guns from inside the
building.
One unidentified person


indicated fears they may be
destroyed .
"I would hope the
committee would put the
White House on notice or they
may not be there when I get
there," Dean said after
testifying the answers to some
of the panel's questions are in
the files.
Chairman Sam J. Ervin Jr.'
(D-N.C.) directed the
committee staff to make
arrangements,
faDealn wdas caught in the first
testimony in the last of five
nonstop days before the
committee.
It was a question of which
Washington Hotel it was where
he met with Herbert W.
Kalmbach last year when he
says they discussed hush
money for the Watergate
defendants and the cover-up of
White House involvement in
the break-in of Democratic
Party headquarters.
As the committee readied
for a 10-day Independence Day
recess, there were these other
developments.
-Sen. Howard H. Baker Jr.,
(R-Tenn.) vice chairman of the
c om mittee, appealed to
President Nixon to give a
sworn account of his
meeting with Dean, saying the
Constitution prevents the
committee from compelling
the President to testify. On
Thursday, after other signals
from the committee that it
wants to hear from the
President, the White House said
Nixon will not appear at the
hearings.
A spokesman for special
prosecutor Archibald Cox said
no action is in the works on
the vital questions of
subpoenaing the President. but
that he has called for a'hd
received differing opinions on
the matter-
Former Atty. Gen. John
N. Mitchell, scheduled to be
the next witness after the
recess, has no information
implicating Nixon in the
cover-up, his attorney said.
Sen. Edward J. Gurney, who
has challenged Dean's
believability the hardest,
brought out that Dean testified
three times the meetmsg with
Kalmabach last June 29 was in
Kalmbach's Mayflower Hotel
room. Gurney then produced a
letter from the hotel saying the
President's former personal
lawyer wasn't registered that
day.
The Senatol produced a
record from the Statter-Hilton,
however, that showed
Kalmbach registered there June
29-30.
Dean suggested Kalmbach
may have been registered under
different name at the
Mayflower.

dis"M sd Ka tmr cih a co
anae," he said. "For example,
after our discussion, he began
referring to (H. R.) Haldeman
as 'the brush.' He began
referring to Mitchell as 'the
pipe.' this might explain the
fact that he decided not to use
his own name in registering in
the hotel n
Said Gurney:
"Why in the world would he
register under his own name at
a nearby hotel, the Washington
Hlon, and t en engage
another room over in the
Mayflower to meet with you?
It just does no add up."
In saying that, Gurney, too,
had his hotels mixed up. The

Hos. h W shin tohne Wilt
is more than a mile away.
Dean bcked tifid th

Mayflower and I am never sure


WASHINGTON (AP) The
arida to Itei tenor furhernowd
nation's money supply, boostin
the interest rate charged to member
banks to seven per cent the
highest ever.
The board also increased its
rsrv trn2 uiosnennds o~n adbut te
at member banks by one-half of
one percentage point.
res h moes tn undesigned "to
expansion in money and credit ..
the board said. '
b ke inerest rate that the central
known ma h dimember bua ks
increased from 6.5 per cent ot 7 per
cent effective Monday.
highest rate sice My 1t1 Fa he
brief time In 1921. the New York
d rcu t rat wPsve wad a nt
The board's move was aimed at
cooling off the nation's
fast-xpanding economy and
reducing inflationary ptsressures
The discount rate change is

system. Usually, all other latwest
rates are scaled upward from the
discount rate.
Nix n Admlmlotatio 's sh ot the
Poto *re rno oulty durn t
Phase 4 wase-price controls that
wutl folow.
HOUSE CUT OFF FUNDS F;OR
NEW FOREIGN AID
WeAte N T~te to cutoff fund
for new foreign aid projects and
commitments for the next three
months. A continuing foreign aid
rcml tion endl 5 Septemabelt 301
Agency for Internatienal
Development.
The proposal to end the .L~D.
organization would not interfere
with some four billion 600 mullion
dollars committed for mgltary and
economic asbursiac programmes.
The proposal is subject to action by
a Senate and House conference


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prdry would be diminished If Pasdent Nixon appeared before the

wt:::'. ':e:.br':.7 ,l:.As tubk Iu it" my abaot 8h tergR te accH88tioR
Wah~nrae womalttee ldader have ladicated they would Ilke Nhron to V
apoear to abut fetinmoy by foraser White Hous counsel John Den.
aam mre~ rtu ok Itas Truus Lnt HomrH d B~r WASHINGTON (A )- Endinga e nhausting week of dnramtic
Stho ruka Repubr sonm panel r y a day urd tho P to di tso disclosure and accusti~fons, Johtn W. Dean Ill told the Senate
hav ladicated that ucha move is unlikely. (* See Stories) Watergate committee Friday that "there is a terible cloud over


"Oreright ak~txst
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Wht irthane
Nottle Annacrus JUans IN VERBA kl- T
Beirtg Basend To Swear1 To nTh Do~g~ms Of No, blaste
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubsaersr/Bditor 1903. 191
SIR ETIENNE1 DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Pubrlishr/Editor 1917-1972
Contrtherlsa dlror 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Ph6Maker/Editor l97).
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Saturday, June 30, 1973.


EIDITORAL

GOdds and ends in the neos


accent .
We have breakfast in our room and so I have a chance to talk
with the waiters. So far we have had a Frenchman, Italian twins, a
Spaniard, a German a Mexican and, most surprising of all, a
Thailander.
****+****
In England tourism is a business. It is recognized that
Europeans particularly have mastered the art of service. Their
manners and their accents give them a special flavour in a dining
room.
Efficiency and charm are two of the attractions to life for
tourists in England and on the continent. As a result tourist travel
is on the increase in these countries by contrast with the Bahamas
and islands in the Caribbean where standards have gone down as a
result of over-emphasis on nationalism.
The slogan Bahamas for Bahamians ... Jamaica for the
Jamaicans ... Barbados for Barbadians, Trinidad for Trinidadians,
and so forth, carries a fine ring in the vioce of a politician but in
some areas it doesn't make the essential ring in the cash register
which is the life-blood of any business.

Now ... don't misunderstand me. I believe in protecting jobs
feat toerwn people. But carried beyond a certain point ... it
The Government now has a committee Investigating the reason
for the financial problems faced by the hotel industry in the
Bahamas today.
The manager of a hotel told me that this is a wasted effort. The
answer to their problem is lack of competent staff. As a result the
"quality" tourist who brought money into the Islands in former
years is no longer coming to the Bahamas because he feels he is
paying too much and getting too little in return.
**+*******
Just about every tourist resort in the world has Chinese
restaurants owned and staffed by Chinese people. Take Chinese
faces and Chinese cooks out of a Chinese restaurant and it is
no longer a Chinese restaurant. It's as simple as that.
The Chinese restaurants in Nassau are now closing down. And
with them goes a bit of flavour that added charm to the island for
visitors'
Now they can get Kentucky fried chicken and burger-kings in
Burgher houses imrs~gpeal to the cruise ship and student type of
tourist ... not to the wealthy tourist who has cultivated a taste for
Chinese food.
It is possible, of course, that Government won't be sorry to see:
Chinese restaurants disappear from the city, now that some of
their own "boys" are buying up the restaurant business in the
island.
This, of course, is a short-sighted policy. A successful tourist
resort goes out of its way to create the kind of atmosphere that
attracts monied visitors to their community.

On Monday I will write about the Commonwealth Day
ceremony at Westminster Abbey.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
One half of life is luck; the other half is discipline and that's
that io itat hhyf ur with ut disciplineCyou wo ld' Aknow

Ignorance is a form oenvion~mentdl pollution.


3


*By deporting their relatives or friends, in some cases
destroying whole families;
e By refusing them licences to do business for no good reason;
By forcing them to sell their businesses using licences and
Immigration power as the weapon.
These things have got to stop and they have got to be rectified
in individual cases wherever that can be done, as it can be done in
the case of the persecuted mothers and their children at Inagua.
Otherwise dangerous pressures will build up in groups and


The Prime Minister in his acceptance speech tried to give the
impression that this was a PLP thing and that only PLP members,
and old PLP members at that, would understand the significance
of this event.
He is wrong.
Nobody understands it. if he means by that that
understanding is approving. Even very old members of the PLP co
not understand. Even some of his parliamentary team are quite
embarrassed by it.
So are many other Bahamians who are not PLP but who like to
believe that we have certain standards which cannot be classified
by political labels.

Save the Flam ingo
well. the airline which was promised by Dr. Doras ohnson, to
these many moons ago, Is upon us. From early reports the birth
of the national flag carrier was characterized by confusion but let
us all hope that things will work out since it seems that
Bahamasair will be all we will have.
The PLP Goavernme~nt very unwisely brought about the collapse
o aaa s e laa n c g a sehIrv etyhis country 1el foremand
and improve their Fservice to the Bahamian people.
Then came the Flamlngo fiasco. Some thought that that was
the promised airline while yet others thought that it might have
been B~ahamas World Airways. But Bahamas World has flown off
to other parts and Flamingo is nothing but a crippled bird.
The Government alrltne has swallowed up Out Island Airways
which used to be a fine Bahamian operation giving excellent
service to the people. Out island was particularly appreciated
after th t lasa kf hshalms nAirways be ause the ucked up so

Now the Government was reported to be negotiating with
Flamingo in connection with the establishment of the national
airline. It could not be because they wanted to take over their
assets considering the situation with the bank and all that.
Perhaps they just wanted to get F-lamingo to stop flying as
gracefully as possible and give up the one nice thing they had
going for them: the national bird as their emblem.
If Bahamasalr is going to be the only one then Bahamasair has
got to have the flamingo and let us all hope that somehow, some
way, the new aitline will fly our beautiful national bird to
restored respectability.

Education nex t.

The PLP G;overnment has wrecked so many good things. Good
things which they met and good things which they created or
improved right after taking over the Government.
Now it seems that the one thing the PLP could justly boast
about and loudly is coming under the destructive hammer:
education.
It is unbelievable but it appears that there is an almost
deliberate effort to turn our education system into one big mess
and thus deprive thousands of Bahamian children of that bright
hope which they had every right to cherish.
It would be astonishing if all that is now happening is a direct
result of policy decisions. It is more charitable to think that it is
as a result of confusion and the lack of direction which now
afflicts the Government. In either case it is madness.
Much more needs to bJe said on this subject but for the time
cbtin ih P neds tosbemreminde dfit riaina nhooph y
United Nations Committee of Twentyfour in 1965:
"If education is the key to tomorrow then the avenge
Bahamian boy or girl born in the average home may miss
tomorrow for he will ever be given the key."
Are we now going to turn the clock back so, that better
education will be provided only for the children of the upper
economic strata? The way things are going that is in fact what the
final result will be.


IN THE OLD DAYS when the Opposition or their supporters
felt that they had a serious grievance against the Government and
the Government would not listen, they would collect some
money and despatch a delegation to London. London had the
power. But more than that there was confidence that London
would also come down on the side of justice.
And so it was, as Senator Paul Adderley pointed out in a talk
some months ago. London almost always did come down on the
side of justice. Many will remember the meetings on the Southern
Recreation Grounds when a fellow by the name of Lynden
Pindling and some others would proclaim: "We are going to
London to get this straight!"
Back to the Southern Recreation Grounds after the London
mission the delegates would relate what had happened and receive
the cheers of the crowd for a job well done. London had
straightened it out, or had gone a long way towards it.
The people would be happy even though they did not, perhaps,
agree with the policies of the Government of that day. They
knew that somehow fairplay would always be protected as a
Bahamian way of life. The Government could not go too far in
their dictatorial ways. Furthermore, the people knew, too, that it
was really only for them to change that Government whenever
thy saw fit by simply voting it out of power, as they eventually
That was why Bahamiansr never really felt the need to make use
of violence as a political weapon. Justice was always available and
in spite of the hell-raising about election chicanery, they knew
they had the power.
In just a few weeks things will be different. Not the justice,
hopefully, and not the election chicanery, regretfully. London
will be out. The Bahamas will be self-contained in most of these
matters. Justice will have to be a native thing. Bahamians of all
colours and persuasions must have that confidence that justice
will be done
And that does not mean justice in the sense that it is
administered in the courts. They are always pretty sure of that. It
means justice mn the sense that power will not be abused by any
government even when that abuse could be cloaked in perfect
le alty t sus nottoube so oohiewsse t ats r lenc u'henho
sovereign state.
The pity is that there are some Bahamian politicians who do
not seem to understand this. Because they happen to belong to
the governing party they think that justifies them in trying to be
just as nasty as the nastiest politicians in the previous
government. Some of them actually achieve that and become a
little nastier.
If they are allowed to continue under the protection of the
Government then those who are in the Opposition or supporters
of the Opposition parties will conclude that justice cannot be
expected to emanate from the Cabinet room in an independent
Bahamas. And since, whether the ruling party might like it or not,
there will always be Bahamians willing to criticize the
Government, opposition is not going to evaporate.
Bahamian politicians have got to stop victimizing people who
happen to disagree with them:
By having them fired from Government jobs;
By pressuring private businesses not to hire or to fire them;

CHILEAN ARMY TROOPS REBEL SEVEN KILLED


By ETIENNE DUPUCH


LONDON, June 3. The Trooping of the Colour ceremony on
the Horse Guards parade at Whitehall and the Commonwealth
Day ceremonies at Westminster Abbey are now behind us*
I will not attempt to describe the Trooping of the Colour
parade. It was too magnificent for my feeble oen to do it instice.
I will do a full article on the Westminster service Monday
because there were angles to it that had broader significance than
appeared on the surface.
For today, I will tell you of a small but interesting incident
that took place at the entrance to the Abbey where lady
Ranfurly introduced us to a number of important people who
were involved in the service.
Their names didn't register on my memory and so I can't tell
you who they were.
One man, who is involved in Commonwealth affairs, became
very enthusiastic when he heard i was from the Bahamas.
He started to tell me about the "glorious day" of July 10th
when the flag of an independent Bahamas will be added to the
string of Commonwealtliflags already placed in the Abbey.
"There will be a grand ceremony ...," he started to say but I
cut him off.
"I'm sorry," I told him, "but I feel I should tell you that I
don't consider this occasion a 'glorious day' at all."
"Oh ," he exclaimed, looking at me more closely.
"I ha pen to be one of those who think .that independence is
not a good thing for the Bahamas," I explained. "I don't want to
embarrass you but I just couldn't leave you believing that
everyone in the Bahamas is looking forward to the change."
We immediately changed the subject ... as civilized people can
do on such occasions ... and talked quite happily about something
else
And this is probably the extent of my discussion of Bahamian
independence while Iliame here. I'm not seeing the newspapers and
Im not seeing any po iicans..
I am safely away from the islands and so I am not going to do
anything to help create propaganda by whipping a: dead horB0.
The Bahamas will have enough problems to face in the future
without me adding final to a smoulderin~fire.
feel that independence is a dead issue here. It is now a matter
between the Bahamian people and the Pindling Government in
Nassau who have already built up internal forces with the
intention of dealing with anyone who may not want to change
"freedom" as we knrew it in the past for "independence", of
which many of us have already had an unpleasant foretaste*
*+*e+***
My wife is very definite in her likes and dislikes.
One of her strongest dislikes is a hat ... she actually hates a hat.
All her life she has defied the rule which requires a woman to
wear a hat on certain occasions.
The one exception is in church. She has always covered her
head with a vell in church. She continued to do this long after
women were freed from this custom by their pastors. Even now,
when she goes into a church without a covering on her head, she
whispers to me :that she doesn't feel right about it.
But everywhere else ... no hat.
During this week she broke down when she realized that the
Queen would be at several of the ceremonies we would be
attending. She finally agreed that she had to have some kind of
hat.
And so we went to Harrods in search of something that is
appropriately called a "spider". This is a sort of a stiff veil in the
shape of a cage with a bow on too. It sits on top of the head and
covers a part of the face and back of the head. A simple but very
becoming piece of headgear.
A most attractive black girl served her at Harrods. She was
young and pretty and polite but I just couldn't place her by her
accent. It certainly wasn't West Indian.
And so I.asked her.
"'Ghana she said smiling and revealing a double row of pearly

"Do you like being in London better than in Ghana?" I asked.

"Well ... n-o-o-o-o," she said hesitatingly, "You see, I am here
with my husband," she explained.
"'What's he doing here?", I asked,
S"He's at the university, taking banking," she said.
And I was forced to wonder whether he will be another of
those young people who come from distant places in the
Commonwealth to learn how to go back home and drive the
Englishman out of their country.
The Englishman is already out of Ghana, of course, but this has
been the history of anti-English agitation mn all of Britain's former
colonies, including the II amas which is on the threshold of
independence, sparked I e,ly by English-educated Bahamians.
*+**++***
Er have lived at the Savoy Hotel whenever we have been in
London. This place has a charm that pleases me. But the cost of
everything in England has skyrocketed so high that I feel that I
should stay in simpler lodgings at my club here on future visits.
`I was introduced as a member of the East India and Sports
Club by Sir Raynor Arthur,~ former Governor of the Bahamas,
several years ago. He told me that several generations of his
family had been members of this club and so he wanted me there
with him.
I have paid my dues all this time but have been there for lunch
ofnlj once. The Jlub has rooms for its members but I like the
Savoy so much that I resisted the temptation to economise. Now
Ih wil pobly is of the finest hotels in England. Sir Robert
Neville says it is the finest in the world. And, of course, you "pay
the earth" for everything you get here. Things have to be
expensive in order to maintain the standard. I understand this

f ac tel oeuv aoet et e t tao frpart clar rasonedbt

although England has a sizeable number of unemployed people, a
farge percentage of the staff at this hotel is foreign, especially in
the dining room where just about everyone speaks with a foreign


individuals and since there will be no London to act as a safety
valve, the steam will blow off here.

1h RO W. 18 W IOny
There Is so much wrong with that Rolls Royce affair that it is
difficult to pick a point to begin.
For one thing, even though the country should be happy to
provide an appropriate standard of living for its Prime Minister,
there is a right way to do that and a right time to add the
trimmings.
Now is not the right time for the Prime Minister to be
blossoming out in a $40,000 Rolls Royce when so many of his
people are on the street looking for jobs. Those who are workinS
are straining to share their income with the Public Treasury, their
unemployed relatives and the growing band of robbers who roam
the streets.
pr isentterlyt selfs ad shhow sas dsp nin takh pa snet o
Prime Minister, since he obviously encouraged it all by agreeing to
participate in the fanfare.
Furthermore, nobody is being fooled by the transparent claim
That the car represents a gift from the wonderful rank and file
,people of the PLP.
Absolute rubbish.
'That money was not raised from conch fritters and fried fish
and hoopla.


SANTIAGO, CHILE, 29 (AP)-
Sme pnon, andemen mnd two
aone duin man thresto b
crushed by loyal soldiers, the
government radlo station
alnnounced,
soAd of the mvictisaswaresT h
Palace where the assault by rebels
from a Santiago armatd egiment
took nplae.
bOne of the aed Eg1 ietfd
Heinrichsen, a cametr man for a
*unost els tsion ration and
victoria sanches, a' yousl


Chilean journalist, was also killed
whlewat hing the gunfire in the
na young naroi ec~oeler ch a
down by aI hall of automatic
weapons fire at a street corner next
to the hotel Crillon, one of
Sandp's best h bel which is just
The other dead were an
unidentified civilian, an army
sods and soffbank emp 0 "
Del Estado near the pallace when he
was struck by a bullet.
ra tle d3psni wuded th
be hospitakled. The others were
sent home after treatment.


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Pape sars
By EDWARD MLAGBI
VATICAN CITY (AP) -
ohePope's office in chag of
Wednesday stipulating that the
firts duty of at bhopR is

Pot f' in all matters of faith
and morals.
The directive also declared
that a bishop must be chaste
and poor, bequeath to the
church any income he receives
while mn office and avoid public
discussion of church problems.
It was handed down at a
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int oviwed R f te wht1 res w..
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Raltelsh, North Carolina. She also
had a short radio interview which
ta toar fNort C ostadions in the
Documents contain to
information ont the Bahamas exist
in the National Archives, the
L brasy tf Congreassand mostd of
visited. The lists to these holdings
were copied where available.
Mrs. Saunders thinks that
pr gammes of this nature ae m
similar professions together and
enables them to see the latest
methods and techniques in their
field whkch can help in planning for
Soon after her return from the
visitor programme, Mrs. Saunders
attended a Fourdaty meeting of the
aicbba Archve fsoat on hthd
in G~uadeloupe, French West Indles
Plans were formulated at the
meeting for the second Caribbean
Ashieh Confer ac which is
G~uadeloupe in September 9t4.


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Applications are invited for the following posts in the Professional Law Schools
of the Council of Legal Education in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago in the West
Indies:
2 Tutors Jamaica 1
Trinidad 1
2 Research Assistants Jamaica 1
Trinidad
Successf ul applicants f or the posts of Tutor will be expected to take up
appointment by 1st August, 1973, or as soon as possible thereafter.

SALARY SCALES:
Tutor JS6,000 x J$400 J$8,000
ECS 14,400 x EC$960 EC$1f9,200.

Research Assistant J$5,000 x JS400 J59,800
EC$1,200 x 960 EC$13,920
Housing: Unfurnished accommodation is provided for the first three years of
Service at 10 per cent of salary. After the first three years, the Council's liability for
actually housing a staff member ends. Whenever the staff member then takes over
the tenancy of a house or finds his own accommodation, he is paid a housing
allowance equivalent to 10 per cent of his salary*
Passage and Study Leave: Up to five full passages on appointment, on normal
termination and on study leave.
Penson Scheme: A contributory pension scheme on the basis of five per cent
personal contribution and 10 per cent contribution by the Council.
A Chld Allowance payable to the Research Assistant only of J$300 for the first
child, J$200, for the second child and J$100 for the third child will be paid.

For the post of Tutor practical professional experience Is essential
For the post of Research Assistant applicants should possess a good first degree in
law and should be interested in research in West Indian legal material. The
successful applicant will be required to travel to West Indian territories as part of
his duties.
Detailed applications (six copies) giving full particulars of qualifications and
experience, present salary, date of birth, marital status and the names of three
referees should be sent by July 7, 1973 to the Director of Legal Education, Council
of Leg)al Education, P. O. Box 231, Mona, Kingston 7, JAMAICA, W.I*

June, 1973.


MRS. D) GAIL Saunders of the

ni th Co nenalthn of
Bahamas. recently returned from
the United States where she
participated in the international
sorea of Eua nunnalpondr Cutuba
Affairs, United States Department
of State-
While in the United States she
vi ad the Nrtoat Archives, the
Smithsonian archives, all in
Washington, and the state archives
of Georgia, South Carolina,
Vigna, ac tsysvania, Maryland
She also visited the archives of
the Widener L~ibrary, Harvard
University, the historically restored
cit of tllamb in Viga eth
the North Carolina State Library,
the John Hopkins University
Library (Baltimore), the North
Carohnibrar an th Vrg la Stta
Museum. Also visited were several
record centres where non current
record materials are stored.
Duns n t sher visits nd t mn
Important contacts. meeting many
prominent archivists and librarians,
oe then U [ted Ster ond
Keegan Harmer, assistant librarian at
the Library of Congress. All the
archivists and their staff welcomed
her admshoweod in eest alnhitha


puis ithRosa~necCatholic
pontiff, other bishops, priests,
nuns, the laity and civil
authorititS.
There are around 3,500
bishops in Roman Catholicism.
The paper acknowledged the
basic tenet that bishops are not
bureaucrats appointed by the
Pope but derive their authority
from the "fullness of priestly
powers" they receive in the
consecration. But it said they
must exert this power "in
union with the Roman pontiff
and under his authority ,,
CULTIVATE
The directive said a bishop
could hardly prove to be fully
dedicated to the good of his
diocese unless he "cultivates"
his faith.
"In matters of faith and
morals the bishop regards as his
duty to be tuned in with the
Church, to agree with the
Roman Pontiff," it said.
'"The bishop," added the
paper, "adheres with religious
devotion also to the ordinary
teaching of the Pope."
It told prelates to avoid
discussing publicly the
problems of the church "even
if urgent, still very complicated
and difficult." Otherwise, it
said, the bishop's statements
may be reported widely
"especially if in contrast with
the common opinion of the
Pope and bishops."


amng erc ckt liay h htC,
notably in the Netherlands
also have run into trouble witl'
the papacy over church
doctrine and Vatican control.
The '50-page directive was
issued on the eve of Pope
Paul's 10th anniversary in
office by the congregation for
bishops. Approved by Pope
Paul, it outlined the role and


THE REV. Leroy Roker,
J.P., (ABOiVE) will celebrate
his 23rd anniversary as pastor
of St. Paul's Baptist Church,
Fox Hill, on Sunday, July 1.
The first pastor of St. Paul's
was the present pastor's
great-grandfather, the Rev.
Kohma Roker, who was
succeeded by his son the Rev.
Johnny Roker. The next pastor
was the Rev. Levi Roker, a
nephew of Rev. Johnny Roker.
Rev. Mr. Roker, the present
pastor, is the son of the late
Elisha Roker and was ordained
to the ministry in July of
1950. He is married to the
former Leonora Adderley.



I15 ILOIliRE
THE 12th Bahamas Scout
.Group, under the leadership of
John Davis, will conduct an
investiture ceremony on
Sunday, July 1, at St. Anselm's
Church, Bernard Road, Fox
Hill, beginning at 4 p.m.
Chief Scout, the Governor
Sir John Paul, will inspect the
group and present them with g
membership badges.
Mr. Lionel Davis, M.P. for
Fox Hill and the Chief
Commissioner, Mr. Macco
Coale also : il be atendn
friends are invited to attend.
Music for the evening wili be
provided by the scout band.

INDEPENDENCE

CIIRHCI SERVICE
OFFICIAL independence
services will be held by all the
churches of the Island
Missionary Society throughout
the islands at 11 a.m. Sunday,
July 8. Special prayers for the
government, leaders and nation
will be said at this time. The
pastors of each church
represented in the Island
Missionary Society will be
giving Scriptural exhortations
concerning the Christian 's
responsibilities to his
Al mmnSandchou cs will
convene at 8 p~m. on Monday,


on Independecme morning,
July 10.
"By this it is hoped that
from Grand Cay Island in the
north to Great Inagua in the
south, the rising sun on
Independence Day will not
only find a new flag waving,



God that the new Bahamas
may be a nation whose God is
the Lord," said Rev. E. H.
Godet, field director, in a press
release.
INDEPENDENCE

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IT WAS announced
Wednesday that a novena, or
nine days of special prayer, will
be observed at Mary, Star of
the Sea Church, Freeport, for
God's special blessing on the
Bahamas. The "act of
cnse ration dof tebNatio t

at all the masses on Sunday
and every day ~during the
pre-independence novena.
Sunday, July 8, is observed
by all the churches on Grand
Bahama as a special
pre-independence day of
prayer.

blesende scc ent will be giv n
at all the masses on July 8 at
Mary Star of the Sea.
MAIN IRISH PARTIES
RUNNING NECK & NECK
BELFAST (AP)- The vote count
continues followlag Thursday's
balloting In Northern Ireland. In
results tabulated so far, it appears
ta oems tOhaveh rejectted the
snain Porotesat parties are nrutnni
even while hardame rs pparen/lu
have failed to claim majorities. The
balloting had been described as "a
last chance for peace in the
province," and a record number of
c dtersturned ou to el ct
Assembly.
The majority Protestant parties
-Brian Faulkner's Unionists and
the "Loylitst Coalition" of William
Craig and the Reverend lan Paisey
"were rnnaing


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Baharma Star, F~lavia, Emerald
Seas, Freeport II from Miami;
Tropic Day from West Palm
Beach
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Day for West Palm Beach
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
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Prince, Spain Maru from Miami
TIDES
TIDES: High 7: 16 a.m. and
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By Abigail Van Buren
a tma a cuanes ren-. v.m kes ea., 1..
DIEAR ABBY: Mly busbantd told me he had met a girl
he wanted mne to share him with. I was shocked when he
suggested I meet the girL, The three of as met. She is quite
pretty, my age [30], and seems intelligent and serious.
She said: "I have a great capacity to love and so has
John, and we feel that the more people we can touch with
love during our lives, the better." Then she said: "I don't
want marriage or a family because nothing in this world is
permanent, and people change as hey grow. I don't believe


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in deception, pad notesa I have your permission to love
John, I will never see him againa"
Meanwhile, Jobn )ust sat there *
I wats amazed at mny slf-control. I told her I wouldn't
consent to such an arrangement, but if John wanted her, I
would give him a divorce.
John said he wanted six months to think it over. But
while thinking it over he wanted to see her. I said I
wouldn't live with hims while he was seeing her, so he said
he wouldn't see her. Somehow I believe this girl, but I'm
not so sure about John. H~elp me. JOHN'S WIFE
DEAR WIFE: Yes say yout believe the girl, so if she
said she wouldn't see John without your permissilo, sand
yo u sd: "No die."~ yes den't have to worry about John's
seeing her. But yea do haew to worry about being married
to a man who wants swdlglag privileges.


wASummCoN (flr) M~en
Repubgilta leader Gerald Ford says
President Nixon hasr pbromid
either to stop aB U.S. military
activities in Indochina by August
tSth or to come back for specific
approval by Congress for futrther

conversation with Nixon.
The statement came as congrrss
hear v/ot non ctianc off Fnr
said Nixon agreed to sign a1 bill for
an August 15th fund cut-off but
said he would veto a bRI cutting off
funds soonter.

A presidential veto would sharply
reduce the amount of mroney
federal unencies could spend


DEAR PHISONER: If yea et ecl lds m
Iew you will be a "prisoner" forever. And as for the alghtly
"third degree." there is an eld French asyla: "A man i I
nlot Ilkecly to look behlad a door saless he has rstod .the

CONFIDENTIAL. TO "YOUNG PHILOSOPHER": No
one said it better th~a Horace Greeley whea he said
"Fame is a vaper, popuri~rty sa aceldnt, rlehesr take
wings. Onlyr ee thing endalre, sad that Is charactr."

Preoest Fe'l feel beuer R yes gt 8* er shc~t,
Per a perseaal reply, wrte to ABBIY: bex No. Grte~, L. A**
'IIY "d Eo'r rtp ,n-dn n
pease*


DEAR ABBY: A married
finally wore me down. He said
--his wife hadn't made one affe
for more than 10 years and i


man chased me until he
he couldn't live without me
rctionate gesture toward him
if I didn't live with him he
cee and live alone.]
n amftrnished apartment and
rooms of furniture out of
was a 1, 00mile haul. Well,
ted t c t makeen at go
leave her!
's lease for this apartment
without his h lp.s le:d t

plenty. Don't tell me to see a
STUCK
another lawyer, this time for
8. There's a moral here:
natil you're sure the new oe..


n married for six years to a
an excellent provider. How-
SWhy he is jealous is beyond
Shim any reason to be.
itnyw rued ane. Whn on r
y on something, he goes with
not alone for a minute.
hing "wrong" to do; I would
I'd like to feel trusted. He is
t did you do today? Did you
anybody?" Every evening I

just possessive and needless-
n, but he is making me very
Shis behavior, please tell me.
. All the mail is saved--to be
gets home. PRISONER


MOON:
7:28 p.m.


Rises 5:24 a.m. Sets


would kill himself. [I'm a divorce
I floally agreed. I reated at
had my mother tbak my six
storage and shrip It to me. It ~


their marriage and he couldn't
Abby, I signed a one-year
adin I gane upa reall e
jellyfish!]
Should I sue him? He has i
lawyer. This man IS a lawyer.
DEAR STUCK: Yeal seed r
pswfessional advice enly. [P.
Don't dhrow away the old pot u


DEAR ABBY: I have beer
man who is a good father and
ever, he is a very jealous man.
me because I have never given
is doesn't alld e to
If I want to buy lingerie or trl
me and "~waits" for me. I am 1
It's not like I have sometl
just like a little privacy and i
always questioning me. "Whal
tl aybd~yDid you see
Abby, he's not sick. He is
ly jealous. I care for this ma
nervous. If you have a clue to
And don't send me any letters
opened TOGETHER when HE


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Tlhe applicant should have had three years formal traininlgg ini building
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Applications should be submitted to the Assistant General Manager,
pecrsolnnel and Industrail Relations to reach him not later than July 6.
1973.


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for $6.00 per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.
See a Travelogue of "FIESTA CENTRAL
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Reservations not claimed
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Now thru Tuesday
Matinee starts at 2: 15 S
Evening 9:00 M
BAD MAN'S RIVER" PG.
Lee Van Cleef
Gina Lollobrigida
PLUS
FIVE MAN ARMY" PG;.
Peter Graves
James Daly
'Phone 2-2534


NOW SH
Sunday continuous from
Monday Matinee continue


utaS rday, June 30, 1973.


N~OW showlag at the Shirley

and 5:00, evening 9:00.
S elctd for m nature
Is adiecsed pannd disction
G~ene Hlackman, E-rnest
Ewnine, Re dButtonesD Carol
Shelly Winters, Jack Albeot on,
Arthur O'Connell and Leslie
Nielsen star in Ronald Neamne's
film "The Poseidon
Adventure released by 20th
Century F~ox
The movie, filmed with an
approach to glory with its high
display of glaor tells th
diiiga of a ha mour of survivors
seekingdto escape from a huge
ca onedocean liner "The


This sea drama was actually
'"""sd '": :"..:board uch
Mary" which was actually in
port at Long Beach, California.
T~he mv e itetf ws~s
which made Hollywood the
film capital of the world and
was made in the tradition of
"Around T'he World in 10
Uys and other great motion
pictures of its genre.
The film is based on the
best-selling novel by Paul
Gallico which tells the story of
the final voyage bf an ocean
liner of the Queen Mary class
enroute to a shipbreakers yard
Thn shp turns turtle after it
is struck by a 90-foot tidal
wave mainly because her
greedy owners refused to take
time to ballast her properly.
T'he burden of the story
becomes the desperate struggle
of' 10 survivors to fight their
wa p t brre dthe inverte
hull.
Shelly Winters purposely
gained 35 pounds for her role
as a vacationing grandmother
in the Irwon Allen production.
Shelly's weight is a major story
point in the production in that
she has to be pulled and shoved
along with the little panty of
survivors attempting to escape
from the capsized ocean liner,
In the end she dramatically
repays in full all that the others
have done for her.
Gene Hackman, who was
named "Male Star of the Year
1972." has the part of an
activist preacher who helps to
calm down the remaining
survivors, terrified as menaced
by the encroaching sea.


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TUIRE A UDIENCES
~ETION ADVISED*
d by 8:45, will be sold
served basis,

Sunday thru Tuesday
unday Continuous from 4:45bi
monday Continuous from 3:0
"THE MECHANIC" PG.
Charles Bronson
Keenan Wynn
PLUS
"OPERATION KID
BROTHER" PG.
N*i connery I
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causing him to experience
withdrawal pains and plants
razor blades in her hair when
about to be attacked by
another woman, and even
crashes her car into the
hideaway of' a group of drugs
dealers and stalks their leader
down with a shotgun.
Morris Buchan plays the part
of an unfortunate pusher who
has his head blown off with a
senue him int hr bdoo .
William Elliot portrays a
black policeman who is
interested in Coffy and Barry
Cahill acts the part of a corrupt
policeman who is Elliot's
partner.
Hier boyfriend is Booker
Bradshaw, a city councilman in
the movie whose pal is a
former policeman turned
racketeer. Reuben Moreno
Produced by Robert
Papazian, the movie was
directed by Jack Hill
T'he arrival of a ghostly
train into a small Western
depot with all1 its passengers
dead, except for one, who dies
in a matter of moments torms
the background of the motion
picture "God Forgives, I
Don'tt" which stars Terrence
Ilill as a fast-shooting man
determined to find the
perpetrator of the train
massacre who also stole a huge
shipment of money.
Frank Wolff, the alleged
ringleader of the desperadoes is
teu untedh in stheafilrn aid
chance to rid himself of Hill
and a pokey insurance
;; ;tie played by Bud
The colourful outdoor
dra ma by American
International release also
co stars pretty G;ina Rovere
who is manhandled by Hill
when he invades a desperado
hideout.
fland to hand combat,
shootouts and a real dynamite
explosion all form a part of the
action and suspense of "God
Forgives, I Don't".
Starts Tuesday, "Coffy"
plus "Coogan's Bluff" matinee
continuous from 2:00, evening
8:30. No one under 17 will be
Admitted. No passes accepted.
A manhunt from the streets
of Arizona to the swinging and
upbeat New York city takes
place in this Universial Pictures
suspense drama, "Coogan's
Bluff," which stars Clint
East wo od at his virile be st.
Eastwood portrays a deputy
serf rhko isassigne to go to
wanted criminal who is located
onr atLBS etriep in the prison
Don Stroud, the wanted
criminal, co-stars along with
Lee J. Cobb, Susan Clark,
Tisha Sterling, Betty Field and
Tom Tully.
Fast paced action also form
a part of this film when
ias wo loses ei meadn at th
group. A wild fight gives way


Now showing thru Monday,
"Coffy" plus "God Forgives I
Don't" matinee continuous
from 2:00, evening 8:30. No
one under 17 will be admitted.
No passes accepted.
Continuous showings from 5
p.m. on Sundays.
Pamela G~rier stars in the
Samuel Z. Arkoff presentation
of "Coffy" as an attractive
young nurse who is determined
detdosy g hoere eoevn ya-l
sister who has lost her mind
through the use of drugs.
Part Afro. part Mexican,
part Indian and part Filipino,
she forms a picture of
vengeance when she steals the
stash of dope from a
drug-distributor and pimp,


CAROL LYNLEY, starrd in Irwin
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Now showing thru Tuesday'
"Bad Man's River," plus "Five
Man Army" Sunday thru
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 2:15, evening 9 p.m. Plus
late feature Tuesday night.
Wednesday through Friday,


"Goodbye Colombus plus
"The Lawyer" matinee
continuous from 1:45, evening
9:00. No one under 17 will be
admitted. Plus late feature
Friday night.


PLUS AT 10:10 "BLACK B Y"


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CLEMENT T. MAYNARD, Minister of Tourism, on
."dnadav Ba k nprt~td inmhaigs bfic wit ha Gop of trhe J
and publisher of the magazine.
Black Enterprise, which has BIMlack I nterprluce" is the
a controlled circulation of mnost serhious and pr-ofessional
150.000 and is carried aboard of the black Amnerican
all major airlines, features may v!.line~s. Inludingrl perennials
Prime Minister Lynden like I~hony. Iusecnce and
Pindling on the front cover of I nlase~ Recent issues\ hate 1
its July edition which is a1 included articles on the black
special issue on the "E~conomic~ travel indlustry, tle black
Review of Bermluda, Th lwer xcs frblc n
Bahamas and the Caribbean." the armeld ser vices and pnroiles
This edition also includes a1 of black businesses
Miter andw theat rie on I~~h
Bahamas After Independecnc~e
A Strugg~le To Reach
Ex p an d ing :c o no I in ic
Horizons."
The magazine is a successal
publication directed to black
business and professionally
people. It was begun three
years ago by' 1'rl (;. G;ratcs. a
37-year oldf fonrmr aide to the
late U S. Sen. Robe~rt I'
Kennedy.
Graves a Morgan State
graduate. started~ ;In uthan11 Continuous dancing ever
affairs c~onsulting firm1. I all from 10 1
Gravs Asocitesand n 170.CANTONt
with a 5150 000)( loan fro~nt
New York s Chla\e Ma~nhall.lniOCV
Bank. G;ralve\ and w(Ine~ of1 lus\ BRITANNIA BE _ACH H
friends fo~undtled Bl
Enterprise" magd.vline. I all
Graves Ltd. now,\ includles .
marketing resea,rlh comipilnlr
ancompany~aln Excitin~g

happening al
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Trade Winds Ba* &r Loungle
Paradise Island


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R~ISPONSI: to the1 Joneis
crh sahhi indtependen e
announced by P'aradise Island~
Limited has been exccepiti nal.~l
according to oftlc~ials at the
island.
Mr. 1. G; D~avis. President of1
the resort. said todayV thadt sinlCe
the plan was announced a few
days ago, moreTt tha1 f~orty
enquiries have been received
from members of staff and
their inuinediate families who
intend to eventually app~ly fo~r
the award scheme.
The finer details of how thle
scheme will be admiiniste-red
are now being. worked out, Mr.
Davis said, and we shall shortlyq
be able to announce exact
procedures of application, and
points regarding acadenuec
requirements for the various
hotel courses at F~lorida
International University.
Comment ng on the
response to date, the president
said that the int~e st shownt:
James Crosby, Chairman of
Resopras Internatiorm I psi $
Limited was equally enthused
about the response.
TIhe James rosysy
Scholarship Award schemec, in
honour of Bahamias
Independence, came into being
several weeks ago at aI joint
Inetn ecl'aradise erslt
and C'huck Perry, P'residernt of

for the awarding at tave
scholarships to Paradise
employees or their immediate
families to study at the H:U for
a bachelor's degree in any
chosen area of tourismr and thec
hotel industry.


MANHANDLED: Terence Hill uses fore on pretty Gina Rovere
to keep her quiet as he invades a desperado hideout in the
America Intemrntional nlrela, "God Fo~Vrgies-1 Don't,"
SAVOY THEATRE


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C10390
SOLID MAPLE bedroom suite,
dining room suite, end tables,
bookcases and various other
household goods. Call 541210.
Shiriey Park Avenue.
C10394
MYERS MOVING SALE:
Furniture Early American:
Appliances colour TV,
Freezer, Sewing Machine, etc:
Clothing. Go three blocks east
of Soldier Road on Prince
Charles. Turn righrt on
Yellowsilk Lane.
C10339
U.S. Diver's regulator and tank
$125.00.
Avon g* dinghy and 3H h.p.
Seagull. $350.00.
Telephone 7-7842.
C10285
C-CRAFT 12' rubber boat with
3 HP Evinrude $300.00
1970 Austin Morris Mini -
$1000.00
1970 Harley Davidson 150 c.c.
Phon 70885.

PETS FOR SALE
C10385
PUREBRED (with papers).
(Ppbertsan Lon Dogs)Tz (with
Black and white (Bruiser) and
brown and white (Rodney) 9
weeks old. $175 each Tel.
4-1088 or 2-8899.
C10401
ATTRACTIVE COLLIEDOR
PUPPIES (half Collie and half
Golden Labrador) Black and
wie wemated 9 we old
Only $75. Phone 3-1356 from
6 a.m. to 101 p.m.


C10035
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yachk
Phone 3-2371.
C10283
42' MATTHEWS -- 325 H.P.
Chryslers Flybridge full
electronics dou le cab.
Shower -' in beautiful
Bao{as 665- 4303- rim as
6822 Mindello Coral Gables,
Fla.
C10305
19 FOOT THUNDERBIRD
with 2 Evinrude 55, and
ship-to-shore radio. Phone~
nights 34527 days, 28293

BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chryster. Contact Smith,
58311.

0301 35ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander Sports Cruiser
with 2 state rooms and shower
-- in excellent condition. Fully

eeg 8o~r, 3 unrstav 0i
telephone, fishing chairs and
many other extras. Price:
$37,500 Call 22680 or 32020
ask for Geoffrey Brown.
C10396

YACHTS and BOATS LTD.
CH RIS -CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFI.ATABLES

60 foot offshore flush deck
cruiser. Built in 1970 it is
6owered divth n ha G.M.
12K.W. auxiliary generator.
Must b a seen.a A prarcticalli
price.
25 foot Bertram Sedan with
twin 120 h.p. Mercruiser
engines in exceptional
condition. $7800.00


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Successful applicants must be throughly familiar with
systems programming design and implementation of
varied commerclIaly 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 applicats should call Mr. McFadden at
3235 1/4 for personal interview.


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Out island Maintenance Department

EDUCATION: High School Education plus a Degree in Electrical
Engineering or a City antd G;uilds of London Institute Full Technological
Certificate in Telecommunications Engineering. Candidates not having aill
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 Maintenlance Workshop
Perpall Tract, NaSSaU '
The salary paid will be within BaTelCo's salary range for Assistant
Engineers $742 $892 per month plus 5%E Housing Allowance.
Applications should be addressed to M.S.A. Turner, Assistant General
Manager, Personnel and Industrial Relations, Bahamas Telecommunications
Corporation, P. O. Box N3048 to reach him not later than July 6, 1973.


C10255
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
SUBSTANTIAL END OF
SEASON REDUCTION
1970 MGB GT
Hard top, std. $1450
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA
29 DMC 7PRI lu $2400
automatic, blue $1 595
1971 VIVA
2 Dr., Auto., Green $1695
1969 VICTOR
:2000 s/w Automatic $600
1989 VIVA
2 dr., auto. blue $875
192 PN IAC VENFURA

orange $3500
1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto white $950
1970 FIAo e
850 white $495
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. blue $1850
1968 FORD FAIRLANE
4 dr. auto, brown4l50
1968 FORD THUNDERBIRU

197 oAU ALL VIVA
1968 PONTIAC
STRATO-CHIEF
16 AVELIN A/C 810
1969 FORD MUSTANG
C92 VAUXHALL VICTO190
4 dr, 2000 std., green $2950
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
4 dr., std., yellow $475
1973 VICTOR 5/W
F.E. auto, blue,
856 miles $4400
1969 HILLMAN HUNTER
auto, green $750
1971 VICTOR 5/W
296 PTI AC TEMPES$100
green $1200
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU70
S..,ra e-n CWelcomed,

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Telephone 34636-7-8

C10304
1973 MORRIS MARINA: In
excellent condition. Only
6,000 miles. Phone nights
34527 days 28293

Cn729C.S. 124 Stationwagon*
38,000 miles. Phone 3-2149
after 6 p.m.
C10389
MORRIS MINOR 1970.
Excellent condition $950.
Telephone 52471.

C10374
19 9 pHUtMBER SEo aEi2
$950.00 or nearest offer. Call
George, 5-2483.

GLA Y 500 S60. Phone

PB SAL

ELC8RI asLaTrHsES Dr e
replaced. Phone 31318.
C10309
GOATS have been kept as
petsr. Call 2-4892.
C10284
1967 CHRYSLER 4 doors.
auto. factory air and heater,
radio $1,200.00.
Comet, 20 inch 3-speed fan -
$20.00
Brother Console Cabinet,
Z1gzag sewing machine $300.
Water Skis, new $30.
Massage Vibrator $80.
Hoover Vacuum Cleaner -
$15.00
2 coffee tables $15.00
(2 rawers metal file cabinet -
Phone 7-7885.
C10388
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.
C10376
LARGE STURDY wooden
chest-padded lid. Metal trunk.
Many books for children -
some sets. Cheap. 5-3901.

C10319 '
CORRUGATED iron sheets. 8
ft. Iangths second hand in'
good condition. Phone 53743.


C14 TOR SCOOTER
Honda 70. Like new. Ideal for
zipping around town. $225
(O.N.O.~) Phona 3-1423.
C10398
2 NEW 30,000 BTU air
conrditiohner Sear's Best, in
cronsa r50fr ohora$ 50
Hotel Sunday 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.

C10043



F ke efficient worre al
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.

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furnished home, N
near school. Availal
Call 3-6151 nigh

C10296
Apartments an
space for rent in
district Telephone
C10332
AIRCONDITI ON
bedroom furnished
in Dundas Court
Addition, with la~
facilities and n
antenna. Also lat
area. For Inforn
5-3928 or 5-4258.
C10345
One efficiency apa
one 2 bedroom
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pr


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C10279
RELIABLE 1967
new tyres. $500.
after 4 p.m.
C10310
1969 PONTIAC,
condition. Autom;
steering. Phone 5
3:30 p.m. $2200. ((
C10303
1970 PLYMOU'
Sat lite in Ac nd

Ph8 n nights 3~
C10375
1970 WHITE
HERALD 1360
condition only i
- $990. Owner le
Telephone 4-1387.


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executive director of the Freeport/LucaYa Tourist and Convention Bor
was announced by Albert J. MUller chairman of the board.


C10306
ONE COM ME RC IAL
CORNER LOT in Highland
Park. 16.500 sq. ft. Phone
nights 34527 days 29293.

2 OIE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
targe spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C10034

By OWFOR SLHous in
Highland Park, 3 bedro ms, 2
bath, living, dining, kitchen'
utility room and carport. Built
in range and baker on lot 90 c
150. Nice home in nice area.
To view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10039
FOR SALE
By OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms. 2 bath, living
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, uility eoumis,u o
furnis e, wal to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.

tr 9u g ou Unusual
toelepponue 2-1722-3 f iw
C10042
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park --a
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2M 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
Si r 2diined .2 To view


W1 WARD VILLAS HOUSE
3 bedroom 2Y2 bathroom house
completely furnished, was
selling for $55,000.00 now can
be bought for a bargain price
of $40,000.
Call Nevillie A. Hanna 22460
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Ledn ial aea yo 60 x build
immediately. Price $3 500.00.
Call Neville A. Hanna 22460
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PLOT REALTY COMPANY
LTD., Tel. 22460, flox N1492,
Nassau


C10033
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnihed.
$250 per month. Call
CHEStER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE .;2-41777-8.
C 10040
2 BEDROOM apartment -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furn ture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1 722-3.
C10324
1 2 BEDROOM 2 bath
apartment.
1 one bedroom apartment. AH
alromnpdici ed. Harn hHed .
Phone 3-1328.
C10288
LITTLE ORCHARD
COTTAGES and apartments to
rre thly. Ai on iied or
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. ViIlage. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.

FURNISHED three bedroom
two bath house in Seebreeze
Eae e, girondi d ers
room, automatic washer and
dryer. $400.000 Phone 5-8512.
C10397
LARGE 4 bedroom, 3
bathroom house with study,
family room and breakfast
room. 2 car enclosed garage.
Q uiet neigb bour hood.
Retirement Road off Shiriey
Street. $500 per month. Phone
43742.
C10391
2 BEDROOM (air
2 BEDROOM (aironditioned)
house pleasant Montagu area.
Fully furnished, walled garden,
rp ti carport, I unnde str
3-1219, 3-1295.
C10399
BAYCROFT -TOP FLOOR
OCEAN VIEW
2 bedrooms bath. Living
room carpeted ait
conditioned; private balcony -
plenty storage, central T.V.*
ra edomartkg a oland patio,
longer Attractively
furnished. Basically furnished
$250 per month. Fully
furnished $300. Utilities extra.
Regret no children or pets.
Contact Maury Parliament
Hotel Sunday 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.

FrI hed Rooms in Lovely
Home on Prospect Ridge.
Kitchen privileges. Phone
3-4068.


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tht hhas been said "home is whe
Malcolm's new position brlRg hh
back home. From his birthplace
Florida, Mr. Malcolm moved
whre rhhs mll tt ok ovr t
management of the Pink Sands,
we hao nd d s holo InHrbo
Island for two years, then return
to Florida to attend Pinecr
Preparatory School in Fc
Lauderdale. He was graduated
is0 nd ntere atch U university
in psychotosy in 1964. He et
attended Lewis Hotel Traini
Shoeo ha Washist ofhis Ifre in o
form or another of the hospital
industry. While still in college
worked summers as manager
Mslgo Sands Inn at G rvenh r
Inn, G~len Lake, Michigan. -
In 1971, he joined the New Yo
office of the Bahamas Ministry
Tourism as sales representati~
Eight months later he w
promoted to regional manager
the Mn stry Wu hi gn a ic
and acted as italson between tl
Bahamas hoteliers and the tra~
Indu ompanying Mr. Malcolm
Freeport is his wife, the form
Jers and ahi trede chrn
"It is just great being back In t1
Bahamas, and I'm delighted to I
affitiated with the Flreeport/Luca:
Tourist and Convention Board.
believe that I can contribute
tourism in this area," Mr. Malcol
stated.
There Is one thing Mr. Malcol
enjoys even more than promote
""=***= saig.Wt 1 Oh0hopd
his credit and a commercial ar
instrument ucence, he foresees are
opportunities to combine! fyil
Tlhro ssmpn upieces .t
the ridprton pel a, Mdr. inol
maintains. "Anyone with a priva
li"""t id gro e ornasol ownse
world, in and around tI
Bahamas "
In making the alnnouncemen
Albert J. Miller said, "Richard
sold Bahamian background In bo
thp m tol bru inesh andthtooird
p ro m o c a d hi r t e in t
convention Board. I feel confid r
that he will be a decided asset, ne
only to the Board, but the Freepo
community."


RICHARD L. MALCOLM


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RESIDENTIAL LOT 101' x

8 uci Price ,5R ori nra t
offer. Call 2-1751 days 4-1122
evenings.

HARBOUR ISLAND desirable
elevated lot adjoining
Residency ground 82' x 123' x
93' x 141 Phone 31252


AO SIE O1 RENT
C10372
FOR SALE OR LONG TERM
LEASE
Fine, elaborately furnished
house at Skyline Heights. Four
bedrooms and baths. Main
rooms desig ned f or
entertaining. Suitable for
diplomatic or executive
residence. 1H-acres, beautiful
garden planted for privacy.
Phone 7-7205 or 2-8162 for
appointment to see

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officedias ace, Mavailable

A 17mu2 3 To view, telep on


C10083
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large ba lcony,
oirconditioning, swimming
pool sh'ort or long term. $400
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.


AT THE DIVE SHOP


C10032
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.


Have you seen the new U.S.
Diver's Dual Gauge? A~
capillary and oil depth gaugea
in one for safety. Also Dacors
newest Oil Gauges and S.O.S.
HeimeGaugee, allagu ranteed
Flag Awning.


P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24889

LOST
C10406
REWARD will be given to
finder of black leather wallet
lost in or in vicinity of
Maternity Ward, P. Mi.

*las rtrn hoSiatrs ek
Maternity Ward or contact Dr.
siquig telephone 51841.Thank




TUITION


4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom
housit Bamboo Town. Phone

C10050

@$$47 IO
For Expert Packing &
aorardin by Sea or Air
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., 1. O.
Box N-1893, Phone:
2:4511*


ghn to:-
The Tribune:
Pleas resrve m* t oples of your
Souvenir independence isue.

to be collectd by me at 50c,

r~i advance ando Wt to be maled away at 75c.

atld at dia Tribuneoffice Monday, IjI enctou a to cover order.
#rsdy, Julty 12th, or thereafter.
Nam

Addnres

Wilid . . . 788 G~dht

(List MAIL AWAY names and addr sses on separate shee~t of paper)


C10292
HAVE TO S
1970 GT6 MK2 re
paint work. Col
new. Going at $


clout FOR SALE

FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSC1
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Com
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
P.O. Box 4088
Panama City, Florida 32401


C10326
English, Spanish


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SPECIAL NOTICE
$ '40.00 free bonus
giredndependence gift i, yours
if you make a deposit now at
IBilil's-Real Estate. Good buys
include:_
CiOUTH BEACHi EST.
SEVEN HILLS ESTATE
SUNSH INE PAR K
GOLDEN GATES
PEl,-AIR
TROPICAL GAPUENS
SSANDS ADDITIlON
MARATHON ESTATE
SEABREEZE ESTATE
GLENISTON GARDEF:NS
yAMACRAW BEACH- ESTATE.
WINTON MEADOWS
ClOtONY VILLAGE EAST
Ansdmanrmoth j oo csh
discounts are available. Call
23921

CAIRD OF THANKS
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THE FAMILY of the late
Robert Oswald Symonette
(Dentist) wish to thank their
milny friends for cards, flowers
anti tokens of sympathy during
their recent bereavemnent-
Srjecial thanks to Dr. H. W.
Br10wn, Dr. R. E. Cooper, Rev-
A. $. Colebrooke and Bethel
Brothers Morticians.
C10392















TH~E FAMILY of the late Mary
L uise Morley wish to thank
Sth tr many friends for cards
and tokens of sympathy during
thesii recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Dr. & Mrs.
Meyer Rassin and nurses of
Rassin Clinic, Canon William
Thompson and Bethel Brothers
Moricares E. Morley

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THI- FAMILY of the late
Elitab~eth Ferguson, who died
Saturday June 9th 1973, wish
Io gtan all tos who ent
wreaths and messages of
co iddlences during their recent
be pavement. Special thanks to
Pas or E. J. Nottage, members
of! the Bahamnas Gospel
Midpibp, Doctor Farrington,
the~ Nursing Staff of the
Pribicess Margaret Hospital, the
District Nursing Service, the
Corhmunity Nursing Service
and the Staff of Butler's
F uln e ral H-o me and
C atorium.



Cl 393


In dmvnmehmo~ry aour eo
it i) four years today since you
left us-dune 30th 1969.
t h~vianchoredmny south in tle
haven of rest.
I sapl the wide seas no more
The tempest may sweep over
Wild stormy deep
But Jesus Iam safe for
(Vertnore.
We have missed youir smiling

But Jesus loves youi best,

Left to mourn: Her loss 2
daughters Annie Hollinsed and
Edith Godfrey, one brother
and sister, 3 grandchildren
eig teen great grandchildren'
and'is host of relatives.


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Mackey Street
R osevelt Avenue
ASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
rY DUTY TRUCKING
RnK LIFT RENTAL.
-1AN ICAL HAN DLI NG
EQUIPMENT
A CARCO AGENTS
TOMlS CLEARANCE
& DE:L I VE RY
OVING, STORAGE
& PAC KI NG
;TEESLHBAN DING
CIAL QUOTATIONS
CELLENT SERVICE
ASONABLE RATES
'ACT LYMAAN PINDER
OR JAC K CASH 1
ON1E: 2-3795,. 2-3796,
2 3797. 2 3798
Airpo~rt 774134


WRIGHT SWIMMING
SE RVICE can solve any
fi (, oblemns with your
leasc catll 31950 day or
,r wll l to Rox N8830,


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DOSCAR FENCES


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C7405
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
ntodbasicP dtucation.h Go
background .
M NIMUM EXPERIENCE:

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces
istas hadjust se maintain
cement manufacturing plant.
INO NRESCED APPL CANT
Department, Bahama Cement
Copn, P. O. Bo F-100
Foem rt, Grand Bahama *
C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOR EM AN-M EC HAN I CAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
ma intenance activities,
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
C ON TAC T: Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10329
ACCOUNTANT WITri
approximately ten years
accounting experience for
position with multi-national
company with headquarters in
Na ssa u. Duties and
responsibilities will include:
Valuation of securities:
accounting for forward
exchange contracts, promissory
notes and commercial paper;
and assisting with
consolidation of financial
statement s. Written
applications should be sent to:
The Personnel Department'
The Deltec Banking
Corporation, P. O. Box N3229'
Natssau .


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HELP WANIITED

C6040
PILOT AND GENERAL
SUPE RI NTENDENT
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. O. Box
F-1559, Freeport, Grand
Bahama

C6055
ASSISTANT LAUNDRY
MANAGER
Assistant Laundry Manager
required to assist Director of
iarre tiundry operation ar
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.
Cont atioPincessa aoertemen
SevcsDivision, P. O. Box
Ser ces Fre ot, Grand
Baama.


C60B3 TITLE: PAI NTE R
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate orj
equivalent
M IN IMUM EXPERIENCE:

DUOEs/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
INEES ED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahamal.


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5O ITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:

DUI /ESPONSIBILITI ES
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing

hoerrhzeod eldinve r zing ad
cutting of a mterial usn
gas gano a ec aic we dn
equipment.
ONRTEACESE APP ICA T

CDeputrtment, Baa x en
Freeport, Grand Bahama

C10325
NEED a domestic helper or
be ysitater, Nasstau or F~re~epa i

Downer immediately at
Berkshire.District, Dundee P.
A. Westmoreland, Jamaica W.


CAPOP3L8CATIONS are invited
for the position of Assistant to
Manager (International and
Branch Banking).
The successful candidate will
be based 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

comun cate wth th Bankt'o
Spanish speaking clients.

Write giving a synopsis of
qualifications to the Personnel
M nageraBolam, P. O. Box


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C9922
BRIDGE PLAYERS

W E NDAY GNmG T aeve e
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
at 8:00 p.m sha rp
AII local and visiting players
are welcome.

Master Points awarded.
Card Fee $1.50 per person.
If you need a partner, Phone
3-1737 or 7-7722 evenings.
BAHAMAS CONTRACT
BRIDGE CLUB.
C9964
E NTERTAIENMMENT


Filmr & equipment
Service

Rentals of:-

Full-length movies

Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders
rilm.trip P, Slide Projectors
Screens
Phone! 2-2157

POSITION WANTED
i10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl in your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Ady. C10159, c/o The Tribune
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.

HELP rMATED
C10370
SECRETARY for out island
resort. Must have at least 3
years general experience. One
year hotes training. Salary
commensurate with education
and experience. Phone 2-8383
for interview appointment.
C10122
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN'
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to 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. Nuise~ry or childcare
experience helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50, with
childcare background &
administrative potential, to live
in.
c)Couplewt chilcr b u

Service training on aconractual
basis. Must be winning to live in.
Only Bahamians will be
considered tl rvtoBn. wr tns

Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children Box N-1413
N!assau.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Highl School graduate or

eM NMM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
atkig sandM braes ing and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10368
SWIMMING POOL
Maintenance Serviceman. Must
have driver's licence and safe
driving record. Call 5-5708.

C7467
FOB BMTITL E: SH OP
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or e uivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine sho
VDUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire

c TREST D APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rson nel


Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST

MNNINSPECTOEDUCATION:
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
CONTAC T: 'Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C10308
WIANTED: young man with
Bachelor of Science Degree in
Agriculture or Animal Science
to Manage out island cattle
ranch. Applicant must be an
ex peri enced cattle man
knowledgeable in artificial
breeding, calving techniques
and practical Veterinary
medicine. Salary according to
experience. Furnished
accommodation provided.
Apply to U.S.Y. &r T.
INDUSTRIES INC., Box 41,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera.


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C10381 C10045
THE BANK OF NOVA 91
SCOTIA requires a Consumer
Credit Officer for its Bay and Br
Deveaux Strteet Branch,
Nassau. Applicant should have
at least 8 years lending or
related experience. Must be &
male and at least 30 years of NI
age. Only Bahamians need
apply. HEAL
FO
Please apply in person to Mrs, F\E~
H. Barrett, Bank of Nova ME
Scotia, Rawson S uare. I
IAT
C10378CU
RELIABLE MAID to care for
infant and two school children.
Call 56118.
C10408
EX PENDING BAHAMIAN SPE
INSURANCE B BROKE RS EX(
require! ambitious young man RE
as Trainee Manager. General CONT
insurance experience usef ul but
not essential. The applicant PHC
should be prepared to study
f or London Chartered
Insdura eoulInstitutlt diploma
obtained 'O' Level G .C L. mn at C R V
least four subject: POOL
Applicants should .Ipply in kinido
own handwiitingc ,Itaung age, pool. P
experience anrd Idt alctlonal night o
qualifications to Ad~v. C 0408 Nassau~
c/o The Tribunc. P' O. Box
N-3207. Na~ssau, [ihan~iJa Ci1004

TRADE SERVICES Cani 1
C10046 P.
'T.V. ANTENNAL5 Untc,,trs fc: 1
homes, apartm:!nts ,ind hotoh-.
Sales and services. CGill D~ougla' t '9838
LoweFI 5-9404 WhOF!PL CF
M'JUSIC, MaIJIckey Stlcet next: to F
Frank's Place.
C10037
PAT IO AWNINGS ANr
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS. SH-UTTE RS. PANE
John S. Georgo 8< C(, Ltd.,
For free estimates Jrnd plompt
szlrvice: call 28421


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Im of four years
nce in all leather craft
;hoe repair. Trainees
id.
to: The Boot Shop,
ill Square or P.O. Box


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
pr ed d landscaping In ta
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, bittings and personnel
actions. Also establ ishes
divisional policy.


EXECUTIVE SECRETARY -
Idividual is required to have
ast experience in general
!cretarial duties with accuracy
Typing at least 60-70 wpm
nd excellent in shorthand.
his is a responsible position
hat requires one who is able to
,ork on their own initiative. *

ORTER Individual should
e prepared to do janitorial
,ork which consists of general
leaning of offices and toilets.
)nly applicants who are
prepared to work each day will
~e considered.


rpply to: The Grand Bahama
developmentt Company, Ltd.,
personnel Department, 18C
;ipling Building, Freeport,
Randd Bahamla.


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C6054
LAUNDRY WORKER (1):
Willing to do general laundry
work. Must know how to
oerat 1Pre srn eM cin .
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 use sewing machine.
Experience needed.

DOPRRACTOR: Must be a~blE tS
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: Th
Grand Sahama Hotel (
Country Club, W er En
Grand Bahama, h rsonn l
Office between the hurs o
9:00 a~m. and 3:0 pm
Monday thr ugh Fridy recton
Martin Jr., Prsonnel Diet


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your reusable but unwanted


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Clothing, toolS*

appliances, clocks'

fans, etc... CIear out


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to someone else.





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FtOSETTA ST REET

TW~Or DOORS1 WE~ST OF

MONTROSE AVE


C6046
(1) ASSISTANT GOLF
C OU RSE S UPE RIN TEN-
DENT: To supervise crew of
30men llativell as maitirdnaance
equIp ment, oi during of
equipment supplies when
needed. Expellenced applicant
piefesied.
(1) GOLF CART MECHANIC:
To Inspect, diagnose and repair
electi Ical and mechanical
systems on specialized
electrical recreation vehicles.
Also must be able to weld and
paint. Expernenced applicant
preferred,
(1) ASSISTANT MAl TRE D':
To plepare all stations, plans
,ind schedules foi waiters
working hours, control
pays ool, train and oiganizre
dlnlngg loom staff. Must have
cxpel r ceandn fod,w amnu


() tMAITRE 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 Jublice.
Ex per ie nced 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
oftw~oS ars exp~erieAM R To
prepare and bake all bread
esmr sawee d Ils and D ns
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.
arp AUCEhCOtO nTod lae
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

Keep working tables clean at
all times, washing of floors.
walls and seeing that trolley for
dishes is always clean.
e1)avSe UP)-M N* To li t
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

(1 nCLEm sUP-MAN: To make
coffee, keep area clean, also
bring in plates and ice.
(1) TEC HN ICIAN: To
maintain and repair all stage
eg uipment Inctuding
Amplifiers, Microphones,
Speakers. Stage Lighting,
Dimmers and all portable
Public address systems.
(1) MECHANIC: To maintain
and repair Water Softeners,
Boilers, Chilled Water Systems,
Air Handling Units, Pumps and
Exhaust Fans.
Apply Monday through Friday
between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00
Noon only, to King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207.
"ersonnet Department.


REAL ESTATE IIHE
C6i027 CO b
FREEPORT PES: T
Be~autifurl family home, 4 SERVIC
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 exp~erienl
Bahama Rooms, sauna bath, .;nd terr
fully furnished. Full Price we iting
3192000, Ominimuma id70bte Ior trn
immediately. 373-1977. CO5

(1) GR
FOR SALE able to
building
C6009bushes.
C6009 LLBot65 18', va'lid dr
STEEL HUL Boat 6' x auht (1) HO~
25nOOGM Cah See rEddio vacuum
McBride, Fishing Hole, Phone guest ri
352-6827. and soil
linen
requests
IIELP IIIIITEDexperier
(1)
C6037ENGINI
JOB TITLE* GENERAL Supervise
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL respo'
mant
MAINTENANCE c
MINIMUM EDUC ATI ON:
Moo basic educto RIECE NI N
5-10 years cement plant help ke
mechanical background (1) St
DU'TIES/RESPONSIBI LITIES: Ability
Co-ordinate and supervise with
maintenance activities, public.
including field forces, machine spe c
shop and garage in providing Bri ade
ma nennce,e istallatio atd Polcde
insecton ervcesforthe Polce
entire plant. Apply I
INTERESTED APPLICANT between
C ON TACT: Pe rson net Noon i
Department, Bahama Cement Golf C
Company, P. O. Box F-100, Personn
Freeport, Grand Bahama. C00
JOB
C6036 SALES
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST EAST F
AND INSPECTOR EDUCA
M IN IMUM EDUCATION: b ol

MNMM e P RI NCE: At iero
eat5years cement plant EX PE
chemistry experience. mt h
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITIES: mes
Co-ordinate and supervise the chemi
4ual ty cntroele pocnedurned prefer
bledin ofraw materialsinen
through the manufacturing DUTIEI
processes to the finalreon
inspection and testing of Service
cement prior to release for Must b

INEETED APPLICANT ana
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel initernal
Department, Bahama Cement Must h
Company, P. O. Box F-100. FarEa,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Must
extensi~
C6053 Interesl
HOUSEMAN Live-in. Must conta
be throughly experienced in INTER
operation of h ouseh ol d Box F-;
including shopping, cooking
and serving, cleaning, laundry C6058
and yard work.Must also be CO8BB
capable of handling two very Minimu
spoiled dogs. References and experie
Police Certificate required, and s
Apply in writing to Houseman, accepted
Box F847, Freeport, Bahamas Apply
or phone 352-2800 for Church
interview. F-141.


LP WANT ED

CONTROL
rMAN iequired, full
rced I1 lodent, insect
mite coits ol. Apply in
t o Rentl okel

eep rt1 rland B haiox

IEENSMAN: Must be
dllve, to clean up
,sand traps, trimming
Should also possess a
iver'r licence.
USEMAN: To clean and
carpets in hallways and
ooms, transport clean
led linen to and from
room, to attend all
by Supervisors. No
nce necessary.
CONSULTANT
EER: Must be able to
~e own staff, is
nsible f or the

na eytem an popluam ,
eHT CbIEANrER aTd
ep back of hotel clean.
ECURITY OFFICER:
to deal confidentially
visitors anwrigenerad
Good and riing an
S Iud hav knaon e~dg

Should also possess
certificate .
Monday through Friday
n 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
only, to King's Inn &
lub, P. O. Box F-207,
rel Department.

TITLE: REGIONAL
MANAGER FAR
REGION
rTION: Applicant must
!ge graduate with degree
um rgimec anical or
RI ENCE: Applicant
raehad at least t n
eax erience in oil o
cal company and

y~5e pie de in relateae
tional business
S: A pI at wIII be
it le forp Sls/Te hnical
in Far East Region.
,e able to contact and
mebusiiresnawtoi I d
tional oil companies.
tave general knowledge
st business management.
be willing to travel
vely.
ted applicants should
rct: LUBRI ZOL
NATIONAL S.A., P. O.
2481, FREEPORT.


IIELP WANTlED

J746 TITLE: SHo 01
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance services for
maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnet
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Bahama.


C7405
JOB TIT LE (EIGHT:
GENERALMREPDIRUMEANIO.

Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITIES:
inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
I NTE RESTE D APPLI CANT
CONTAC T: Pe rson net
Department, Bahama Cement
C pnt, GPandO Box F-100,


WATD: Major Hotel resort
complex requires the services
of ASSISTANT CHIEF
ENGIN ER.oAphplicaknt so l

of kistallation, re air and
maintenance of airconpditioning
and electrical equipment and
have a sound understanding of
plumbing and refrigeration
Should be able to handle
labour in all phases of
maintenance operations.
Applicant should be currently
employed, be energetic and
ambitious and keen to make
personal advancement on the
staff of a major hotel chain.
Applications, which should
include a detailed resume of
education and experience,
should be sent to General
Manager, P.O. Box N7108,
Nassau.


KT4HEN 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 Bahamna Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3: p.m., Monday
through Frlidy. Eton Martin,
Jr., Personnel Diretor.


Brother~ Junipnes


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P LEH WANTED


P LEH WANTED


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mne 30, 1973.


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Im't planningy a fishing trip and I'd like y~ou to core
;alonrr. We'll need someone to clean the fish ..


J UDGE PARK ER__ By PAUL NICHOLS


.APARTMENT 3-G as Alces Kcesky


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Aftetr sacriiclngp a Itl~t

neeliminating coutesrt amons
Rusatan Stlors to decde ther r
player for the wPord cuamplan-
amtp cte~selde.
defend to alove; hour 7o~ 4
hef bo~ tl6 gad* ilih
maser: 30e 1 seoands, chseanastr,
one annate, emportgd thaee
minutes. countty :lJ~ 10 mia-
ute s, lub afntlron1 minu~tes.
average; 40 stue, novice,


Chies solutionn
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I PON'T THINK 1%b EVER T THAf' NOT SURPRISSIO.
HEARP OF )OUR PUBLIC W HE OPERATE MosTLY IN
RELAtIONS FIRM, MISS EUROPE. HOWRVER...
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become depressed. Keep yourself under perfect control and
avoid the temptation to undermine the good intentions of
others. Try not to hurt the feelings of others.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) More courtesy at home can
work wonders now. You need more backing but won't get it
until tomorrow, so be patient. Make sur you attend to
routine duties at home. Avoid arguments.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Particular care is necessary in
motion today. Hold your tongue and don't alienate an
associate who has personal troubles. Reading can be most

Cen MeN fMr 2obtinin dat) o~n' take any risks because
you think you don't have enough for your needs. Work a little
harder and all is fine. If you consult with a financial adviser,
you can begin new project.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Friends could be
annoying now, but it is only because they are in trouble of
some kind. Take steps to improve your appearance. Make an
excellent impression at social tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't give way to negative
thoughts and influences and you wBl come out all1 right today.
S mile as you quietly attend to your duties. Avoid a
troublesome situation later in the day.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Others are busy and cannot
go along with you to places of amusement, so carry through
by yourself. Since "I Serve" is your motto, do just that and
derive fine benefits therefrom.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Try not to take any chances
where your credit is concerned or you could regret it later on.
Forget civic work for the time being. It could lead to trouble.
Keep busy at routine duties.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You want to get into a new
venture but this requires more study before it can work out
successfully. A letter may bother you, but don't be so
disturbed. Do a favor for one in trouble.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Your intuition is not
working accurately now so do not follow it. Use only your
very best judgment. Mate could be acting strangely now, but
don'Pe COR usec .2B2c tan. 20) If a friend has been
negligent it could be that there have been difficult conditions
at hofte to contend with. Study the situation carefully and
show understanding. Be logical.

moo to wr, chn o a~t iudle ca m ou cocompihn
a good deal. Plan your time and activities well and all goes
smoothly. Be more optimistic.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Not a good day for recreation
you want since there are more important matters to attend to
first. Being cheerful with those who are in trouble helps them.
Take it easy tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. .he or she will be
one of thoew young people who will want to engage in any
argument. This could easily lead to trouble if not taught to
handle own affairs well and not to interfere in the business of
others. Direct the education along artistic lines or whatever
requires precision. Save now for a college education,


ti tn~ole c3)


to Otvr extra power ctS)
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2 Janity. tb)
3I Ywlf ulee Deuper ,cninines


10) C ienl river t4,
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:5 ls toa

(3) Veserays sluio


"'Now remember: Beg like you've never begged before."


1. Superlative
ending
4. Horned viper
7. Fratricide
victim
11. Red wine
13. Formula
14. Cure
15. Exasperated
16. Wields
17. Son of Eber
19. Guide
22. Afflict
24. Bone
26. Ranch in
"Giant"


27. Entertainment
group
28. Stabilize
30. Motionless
32. Toward
33. Aluricle
34. MIl in music
35. Earthquake
37. Palm of the
hand
41. Lament
42. Romantic
44. Stake
45. Communica-
tions satellite
46. Caama


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West North East outh
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Ah 5t eoth sS OJ d s'
6K and dummy a OA. Next,
comes the 43, to which East,
follows with the c~, and West

defence.
What should West do next
ANALYSIS: It appears that
West must guses. If South


is dete ol opeal
In fact, there's no guese-so
lepas defenlders use trump
ft can't have another
trump.


SOLUTION OF YASTERDAY'S PUZZLE


47. Seniority
48. Galena
DOWN

1. Light ten


2. People of
Fukien province
3.0Occasion
4. Includi g


1


"# Its 00 laeI ateY n is coming back I" Mites. Rupert t*Ils the Profesor all that has
The VlWar Mite r in their treele withr a taken place and the old gentlema ruefully
JShit Muln w Twhose h b rwr eyes thbj glas box now filled with water.
FL aun~ d rush the lakeW. "nu Tht f So this was done in revnge," he mutters.
muirnr t nd us rs I gpipe one. n But what s it that hs made them so
Into Use wate ad by the time anNY gry ? " Iwish I kne~w." sigh Rlupert.
: rrive there i no tras of the terr ALt stMsII assla(VID


sr~~ C~n; pl~


"I WANNJA 14ELP THIE MISSIONARIES! I'M GONHA SEND'FM All
MY VEG'TAgtSS FOR A HS111/ #~k! "



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SSerturday, June 30, 1973.


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BAS RA chose the 3 1' Bertram for its rescue craft.
Here is a great opportunity to get a similar yacht at a
very attractive price.
TELEPHONE 6-4641










Applications are invited for the positions of
Project Manager, Assistant Superintendent,
Welding Superintendent, X-ray Supervisor, First
Class Fitter and Area Superintendents on our
Borco Extension Tank Farm Program.

Applicants must be qualified and have field
experience in heavy steel plate construction.


Apply in writing to:

CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON COMPANY LTD.
P. O. BOX F 2437
Freeport Grand Bahama.


WATER PL.MPS

P. O. BOX 6275 -TELEPHONE 2-8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.


S Boston said that the Baker patriotic. hv w ti
Fight was the best of his career, fight."
SFightinlg a different type of Rondon who stopped
boxer with a far different and Bahamas' Gomeo Brennen two
advanced style, Boston has years ago dropped his title to
added a few tricks of the trade hard punching world champion
to his schedule. These Bob Foster.
toge~ther with his own thing are Tfhe edge Boston has over
to be seen in Boston's sparring Rondon is that Boston
observed him in his bouts with
WimbedanNo~lboth Brennen and Foster. "He
1WIII1100$0.1never saw me Eight and I hope
no one tells him," warned

8 8 8 8 believes he can tap Brennen.
J ~The opportunities Boston is
WIMHLEDION, ENG;LAND (AP') getting now are really coming
-- A virtual unknown American late in his career as the champ
tennis player, Alex Mayer, will be 36 years old next
surprisingly knocked out the top month. "I should have gotten
sedm N astminof Rom ania led, them when I was 29," he said.
chamlpionships Saturday. "Nevertheless, the better the
Mayer, 21, won the United opponents, the harder I
States inter-colegiate title on clar fight." And yet, the champ,
lravs ti wee anarr veddn ~nfrnacnedont-looking into the future pointed
ther weekend. out that he has about four
Mayer served for the match twice more hard fights or about one
at 5-4in the third st ad again more year in the pame. "I
5-m f toe fo rh.tNlrstawlefougCt think I'll probably retire next
back at set, but in the fourth set year," said Boston. He started
Mayer held on for victory. his career when he was 12
It was the biggest upset at years old. "When Istarted, you
hd maddeNayae ars Thel okds sddr figt for a couple o
Nastase, opening the match with said.
service, double faulted twice. He NEED COMMISSION
then netted a smash and despite In his retirement, Boston
folown ap rpm an ole lost the cited that he will probably
Mayer, volleying deeply and spend most of his time
giving the Romanian littre room to promoting boxing in the

ER:"" ,"Chad is i dr nteh toh
blood and go 2-0 up. He won the boxing commission to stop
set on a hotly contested ace which "bum" fighters from coming
ruled as at fault by a lineswoman around and to disallow the best
and~ up hen vrue nb h Olympic prospect from turning
Nastase played well under par pro too soon.
throughout the second set, Elisha Obed, the
11 nying Mwithout confidence ann welterweight champ, would
baseline by his opponent's deep, have been a sure gold medal for
accurate volleying. He began to the Bahamas is the amateur
..heckle the umpire, finding fault division explained B()ostn.
with the cads and f .rning st te boAmon father youngdpro

game, hit what appeared to be an well for the Bahamas in the
ace. But it was calld out. Nasltase amateur division are Kid Barr
disagreed, explicitly awarding and Sugar Ray Sears. However,
oayr the game, and the unspir "pro boxing Is looking good"

mluts sho nto it Maou .serve tua Oy Kin hd .Bu ad
^'"\.the oA ean n mped a Cleveland Williams maktinS
Mayer broke service in the flfth exceptional strides.
game as Nastase netted three Boston Blackle, a man for all
consecutive volleys. But Ntastase sports and former Sportsman
pulled himsel together anrd broke of the Year, will once again
bUespite s hulpn oi rsita .ev seek to put the Bahamas on the
gg time after time, Mayer held hs lead boxing map and Rondon on
to take the set* the canvas*


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The Racing Commission requests that ALI
horse owners that have stallions they are using, o
have used, for siring purposes to present their stut
books and all other related information, name.o
mare etc., to the Commission office before Jul:
14th.
All such stallions must be registered with th
COmmiSSIOn OfflCe immediately, any foal that i
the get of an unregistered stallion may not b
recognized for racing registration.
ALL foals that dropped in 1972 and to date i
1973 must also be registered immediately with th
Commission office. Failure to do so may result i
such foal not being eligible for racing registration
ALL such stallion owners must also register tl
location where such covers took place along wil
the names and addresses of witnesses.
As is already known, the Commission
permitting the importation of thoroughbred mar
for racing registration. All such importers a:
reminded that the horses concerned must

Claub ew Y tor hen ring r uit atitn boody
the country from which they are imported
BEFORE they are shipped to the Bahamats.Failu
to do this will result in the horses not beil
registered for racing.
It should also be noted that the importation
all horses is subject to the rules and regulations E
out by the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries.
The co-operation of all those involved will
greatly appreciated, not only by the Commissiol
but by all parties concerned with the breeding
horses to race in the Bahamas.

Sgnd. B. W. SNO'
Executive Siecreta


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Saturday, June 30, 1973.:

IS Baseball rlasda
NEW YORK, June 30 (AP)- Jim ruining a pitchdr dul betweed~
Bibby registered his firt American Nola Ryan and Bert Blyleve to'
League victory with a sparking help the Twins ad Blylevenalcore
ondhttter Fddr ida agt, pitchdnl 4-0 victory over the Californir
the Texas Ranprs to a 3-0 victory Angels
over the Kansas CUiy Royals. Chicago' Ed Hearmnun Mt a
Fran Healy's sixt~halagr dourbl home run to back Sta Balmsent
was the only hit off the 28yeapol lOth victory of the seasn to beat
Bibby, 1*2, who came to Texas the Okldand A's 4-3 rad return thai
from the St. Louis Cadrdia June Chicago White Sox to first plac bis
6. He was making his third Al start. the American Leage's west
The 6-foot-4,225-poundritght In the National League, the
hader srbuck out seven and walked Chrrr atbnipdthe N Ym
Elsewheret in the Asnerican topped San Digo 4.0, Pittsburgh
League, the New Yorkr Yankees 'Manked Montreal 0,1 Sea
boat Clevelnd 7-2 and Baltimore Francico beat Housrton 14-3, Los
defrte Dei t osonw Anreles dsebated Atlanr 2-9 2n5
rained out after one innin of play. Pkhadelphis 2I his 10 indnin.
Minnesots's Bobby arcwin Mt a Hank Aaron hit Ms 20th home
eight-inning grrand~ela home run, rn of seaon and~pr No. 693


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
"ONE BI1G WIN LEADS ON TO ANOTHER BIG FIGHT for
the progressive boxer," quoted a boxing fan. No less is true for
the newly crowned West Indies Heavyweight Champ, Babamas
Heavyweight Champ Boston Blackie. "I always have good
opponentss" said Boston citing his upward trend in boxing. "I
never fight anybody who go down with one punch."
fisFti 1 i n othchigreatest sessionsswith Bo F ez anig
talkes o~n former world light and conditioning he goes
hecavy weightl champ) Vincente through, Boston still cannot do
K~Rlondon of Venevue~la on July it all by himself. He admitted
3 bighllighmirrg professional it. "I want the people to back
boxing~'. c-ontribution to the me all the way. I can make it if
Ba as "ltins. A~l Tct feaued n pa ro iz the peo ... If dt 9y
the samre card which begins want anyone asking me next
8:30 p.mt. at the A. F. day who won the fight, come
Adderley G;ym are Bahamas out and see it," said Boston.
Middlcewelght Champ Rennie 1A win in this fight gives me a
Piuledr, hcaovwei htlitcont nde Caane po oet nt ot eB rag.

ntendry ar ugarfigR( forig represent the Bham s, th y
contendlers yet to be named. (the foreigners) treat me well,
Looking forward to this but when they pull, they pull
bout! with much confidence, against me," Boston recalled.
"Ihis is one of the best Knowing that his home-town
~on~dit ions I have ever been fans are with him gives him
int," said Boston who works more incentive to pound his
out atthe Southerners way to victory, he said. "I am
Spo~rting Lounge. "I am in not worrying about Rondon
better shape for this fight than like I am worrying about the
Iwas in against Carl Baker." Bahamian fans," he said. "I


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Baaas Hea ylht Cham
with Tribune sports reporter
about his bout with Vincente
Rondon on July 3. With his
training and the backing of
h .fans, Boston see a sure




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WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND
(AP) Chris Evert relied on
deep, accurate shots, and a
series of errors by her
opponent and beat fellow
American Juli Craeldman 6-3,
6-1, Friday, the fifth day of
the Wimbledon Grasscourt
tennis championships.
The fourth-seed Miss Evert.
who has been playing
erratically during most of her
European campaign, appeared
to be in trouble early in the
first set of her third-round
match but Chris, I8, who
admits playing better under
pressure, reeled off four
straight games to settle the first
set then took a 4-0 lead in the
second.
Britain's Virginia Wade,
seeded sixth, showed few
symptoms of her usual
Wimbledon nerves and
devastated Pam Teeguarden,
v.s., 6.2. 6-s.
After only an hour of play'
all eight seeded women moved
into the fourth round.
Both top seeds, Margaret
Court, No. I from Australia,
and defending champion Billie
Jean King, romped to 6-2, 6-3
triumphs over unseeded

plMes.Court, seeking an
unprecedented second grand
slam, beat Kate Latham, U.S.,
and Moe. King ousted Kerry
Harris of Australia.
In an all-Australian match,
third -seeded E von ne
Goal ing6%une dbac Ken
Melville, another Aussie,
pulverized Pat Pretorius of
South Africa 6-1, 6-1
Olga Morozova, the first
Russian to be seeded at
Wimbledon, had trouble living
up to her No. 8 seeding. She
fought Joyce Williams of
Britain to 7-5 in the first set
but breezed to a 6-3 triumph in
the second.Conr ofte

United States had little
difficulty in beating New
Zealand's Jeff Simpsin 6-2, 6-1,
6-2, for a place in the last 16.

was neve n ally N th malad r
His service was weak and his
volleying erratic, and Connors'
d ouble-fisted backhand
pounded his forehand
mercilessly
Ilie Nastase of Romnania,
strong favourite for the men's
title was back in his best form
to beat Toshiro Sakai of Japan
7-S, 6-2, 6-4. That took
Nastase into thle last 16.
The Romanian, who had
back trouble in his previous
match two days ago, appeared

mvenob isly aout t coue
and played a wide range of
cultured strokes.
Sakai, after dropping a

soo the mavo rite by wnne g
three games in a row and
moving from 2-4 to 5-4. The

foehnd acrs the court i
same.
But Nastase came back with
devastating power and won
Thns he mrhen astersl at
victory .
Juergen Pasabender of West
Gemny ath No, 8 seed sa ed
set and overcame Ray Keldie
of Australi 6-2, S-7, 4-6, 7-5,
15-13.


Keldie was one of H
player who trisked his Intture
by defying the Association of
Tennis Professionals (ATP) and
nfresin to join the boycott of
Wimbledon.


ALL-STAR SOFTBALL




Inrl FOLLowsNG; ARE PLAYERS SELECTED by the New
Providence Softball Association to play mn the National All Star
Softball games on July 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Queen Eizabeth
Spot Cnre.


LADIES GAMES
VICE-PRESIDENTS
Naomi Bowleg Pabst,
Barbara Knowles Blazers, Pat
Saunders Pabs't, Barbara
Arnett Centreville, Cheryl
fTurnquest -- Del Jane, Cheryl
Armbrister St. Bernards,
Linda F;ord -- Pabst
Evangeline Bowleg Pabst,
Maria Duncanson - Heineken,
Patty Symonette -- Blazers,
Karen Turnquest -- Bahamna
World, Erica Lighthourne -
fleineken, Joyce Thompson -
Jet Set.
PRESIDENTS Doral Bain
St. Bernards, Hazel Seymour
Batelco, Christine Humes -
Batelco, Audrey Sears Pabst,
Ann Johnson -- St. Bernards,
D~enise Reckley - Bahama
World, Era Thompson -- St.
Bernards, Florence Rolle
Blazers, Mavis Bowleg -- Pabst.
Allardyce Smith -- Police,
Adline Higgs -- Schlitz, Cora
Hepburn St. Bernards,
G;lenice Thompson Becks.

Pialmr's patter

IrlS Stt18 8 81
CHICAGO (AP) Arnold
Palmer's red-hot putter turned
stone cold and former collegiate
football star Hale Irwin swtept into
te sto bond lea FM dyb I
tournament.
Irwin fashioned a solid,
five-under-par 66 and took a
tw a mok 33d taf a through
nine-underpar on the compact
6,654-yard Midolthian Country
Club course and four in front of the
AsudA ian Buce Cra pton, the
season's leading money winner, and
a lonpshot, Rik Massengale, shared

Ca~mpo and are k etled
of the first I8 holes, each had 690'
in the mild, cloudy weather.
Veteran Billy Casper, winner of
tphlye a Mid to htan w nea wl b
a 69 136*
Palmer was one of four at 137*
His st Frdor included 12 mt s
from laside six feet*
He was tied with Australim
Bruce Deviln, rookie Tom Kite, and
Rihardk Cr od d Crawf d ad
14* Trevino was six strokes off
the pace with a 70 139. Jack
Nicklaus, U.S Open champlan,
Jhny Milterbaend Tom Welskopf



EASTBOURNE, ENGLAND
(AP)- The West Indles slumped to
their first defeat of the tour Friday
when the Derrick Robins' all star
selection stormed to a 10 wickets
venic l Amiss and Go~ff Boycott
cracked 172 runs in I15 minutes as
oftr te turit hd om td ar lue
five wickets for only 59 runs in the
morning*
Scores: West Indles 328 and
IS9 (Intlkhab Alam flvr for 53). D.
H.dRolrmrXI 36 faeight dcla e
not out. Boycott 74 not out).


MEN'S GAMES
The Men National Team is
expected to play the Puerto
Rico National Team. Douglas
Sands Eleuthera, Hasting
Campbell Eleathera, Glen
Bethel Eleuthera, Roy
Rodgers Raylor Industries,
Anthony Huyler -- St.
Michaels, Lorenzo Lockhart --
Blenders, Roosevelt Turner -
St. Michaels, Peter Haven -
M.O.W., Willie Knowles -
M.O.W., Eddie Ford St.
Michaels, John Adderley -
Taylor Industries, Robert
Sawyer Bahamas Blenders,
Charles Rolle Taylor
Industries, Charlie Mortimer -
Paradise, Harold White -
Pabst, Godwin Blyden
Taylor Trucking, Samuel
Johnson Blenders, Kendal
Munroe Paradise, Adlai Moss
-B.E.C., Fred Taylor y.O.W.,
Foster Bethel Golden
Grades, Carlton Robinson -
Bahamas Blenders, Mellie
Johnson.

NE W SOFT'BALL.

RULES WILL

a~EC 6P A A g

THE INTERNATIONAL
SfbaHl F dr lon, the h overnin
world has adopted rules for 1973
showing more changes over the
rules of pre sins earshthan has ever

shat do these changes mean?
How will they affect the current
softball series?
Conpeaddition,ththelnVerna ad
Softball Federation which recently
concluded in Montreal, Canada
r gr ing part lpaatin b
competition. This resolution was
introduced at the seventh congress
of the General Assembly of
hel 1n Okoma duing Myra nh
three-day World Congress was
attended by delegates from 17
d fferent countries, a n <]dg rhe
Michael Moss, president of the
Bahamas Softball Association.
This resolution, together with
te new rlr o 7 Is car in t

Bahamas and throughout the world.
During the next few weeks The
Tribune in co-operation with the
eara t rtb luAssociationn wl
eac a rualteocl geen detai ad wH l
have on the current series.
IRISH DERBY WINNER
DUBLIN IRELAND (AP)
Trish~owneN, Weaver's Hall stormed
down the home stral ht and won
th IrshS aestaksres y at the
Second came Ragapan, with
un asld red W adver's Haa 3rhy
complete outsider in the betting,
noduouhi111 mml sento icnh t s
worldwide interest throwg the sale
of Irish Hospital eispstake
t tskt. n oHe6 41ted at Iss.240dollars.


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NOTIICE


WAIMI


EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF

EX EPIONAALB EXE RI NCH
REQUIRED FOR CHAIRMAN AND
PRESIDENT OF LARGE BAHAMIAN
COMPANY. MUST BE THOROUGHLY
CAPABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY AND
HAVE THE: HIG HEST
Q QUALIFICATIONS AND
REFERENCES.
SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH
EXPERIENCE. BAHAMIANS ONLY
NIEED APPLY. TELEPHONli MRS '
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