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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: July 4, 1973
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2 TEACHERS

DENY BOARD




cS.T;,T.Mz.-T

TWO STATEMENTS made
in The Tribune last night by St.


ad o y woh
school's teachers.
In giving the Board r ns
r mists gilwad ohn

\ir. (lolowesko an d Mr.

in, \ i sent ang
support in his ass, ith the
heard.
110 also accused 11t Diaplin
of dislegarding the board s
instructions. As an exame:e he
said that last year the board
had discussions in connection
with salar\ increases The
hould revised the sub.
but laund when they 0, ed
the formula they woul are
cast the salaries of several <
members. Iky. therefore, 1:.
Mr Chaplin s presence, agre.d
not to apply the formula, Mr.
Iloloweska sad.
But char ged M r.
flolowesko, when Mr. Chaplain
reported back to the staff he
elated unrest by saying the
board intended to cut salaries,
In a let ter to I he Tribune
today, teacher Allan Tarmey
Jenied thic Litement "In this
I fear that Mr. thdowesku has
been sadli obsints rmed. Since
he was non-r at any such
meetim:s beta at st Andrew s
he would haic hd to have this

nafo ina l rr t to

1 113c t the t n

Intti hell attlink

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salary lot any member of talI
since there were four
horitantal levels in the salary
scales and that I or anyone else
affected would be put along
this level so as not to be
earnitngi unfortunate wrote


eetine i that evenjist 1


C eill al I isr ent
to remain anonymous wrote a
letter todal questioning the



resignation last year when he
submitted it
AMng 0 th Chaphn.
eteel lini rest il li usly
October. 197
f he I r\hn or I epor t
contmued
"1he chairman an! these
was consulet ble utic a

members to a apt the
resignation immediately. But it
was decided not to do so at
that (Ime because there was no
deputy headmaster to take
over the school's day-to-day
operation. (Mr. Lew Morgan
was subsequently hired as
deputy head)."
The teacher, in his letter to
Ihe Iribune. san that this
statement "Is incorrect There
was a depull headmaster at the
school at the time of Mr
Chaplin s resignation All
Chaplin s letter of resignation
to Mr. Holowesko was dated
Septanber 20, 1972.
Saul the teacher "Mr. Lewis
Morgan was appointed deputy
headmaster by the Board of
Directors in July or early
August, 1972 and began his
duties as deputy headmaster on


O lbL CA HSUES.
wAsnINGTON (Ar) The
Mornac Energy commission says


the airborne follow of China s
cent I ban test is herisiste d ieve
not edpectatife present any heah
,rA I, unfk nan saw the
fallout originativ was thought
capable of reaching the American
west coast us early as tonight. But
tw says it won's arrive until
tomorrow or even later,


itegrietered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX, No. 186 Wednesday, July 4, 1973. Price: I $ Cents


_1 IINi~-~S~-M~-TEniED 1 :~


after 91 days of freedom.
Det. Sgt. Garth Johnson was
listed in "satisfactory"
condition at the hospital. He
suffered wounds in his leg from
the pellets of a shotgun blast.
11umes, a 21-year-old waiter-
was arrested after the gun
battle along with another man
police have so far declined to
identify.
The shooting started at
about 3 a.m. as armed police
moved into positions around a
house on Grove Avenue off
West Bay. The house was
owned by Mrs Stella
11udiman, who was not in
Nassau at the time.
in command of the police
party was A ssistan t
Commissioner (Crime) John
Crawley.
Mr (raiviev said the
occupants of the house opened
fire as soon as they saw
poileemen beginning to
surround them They were
urnit I tbshotgur and two


The Assistant Commissioner
said "I couldn't count" the
number ed shots fired, but

RI 8 i'DSON NEW BANK
OF ENGLAND GOVERNOR
LONDON (AP) Gordon
Richardson.a 58 yearold lawyer
and Merchant banker took over
Monday as Governor of the Bunk
of England for a five year term.
Richardson succeeds Lord o'Brien,
form *\t rLeslieno'Brwn, who is

Engljenan enjp rt icer ti tor
I banki 1 r i I


"there were a lot
Mr. Crawley said the fighting
ended at about 5:45, when the
occupants of the house began
to run low on ammunition, and
when "they realized we didn't
have anywhere else to go!--
IIumes, Jointly accused with
another man of armed robbery
and of the September 5
shooting murder last year of

ayhmo dx Barrty jor escape
basement cell in the Supreme
Court building at 3:20 p.ni
April 4, after two of
were beat dp seemen
en an one was
locked in the lavatory.
The other six escapees were
re captured by police within 24
hours
The police sought the aid of

U.S. ENVOY TO
BAHAMAS NAMED
SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF


4 nNot f
the Bahamas have been
announced by President Nixon
William P. Stedman, 50,a

>ru trrelidpilr tr wohr A n enen
Paraguay and Uruguay, was
named Tuesday to be envoy to
Bolivia.
ixon nominated Ronald L.
Skiers, 47, as the first U.S.
envoy to the Bahamas which

S ni per rnit Tu sday.

fic t teh se r neelinect) e


(politico-milit y As


the public in locating plumes
but warned against
approaching the escapee if he
was sighted flumes was
considered dangerous by
police.


ON THE BENCH Chief Justice Leonard J. Knowles on


P~


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180nald Know les sw orn-in as fitst

a a a a



By SIDNEY DORSETT
"NOTHING LESS THAN DIVINE WISDOM is sufficient for this time," newly-appointed Chief
Justice of the Bahamas, the Hon. Leonard J. Knowles, C.B.E. said this morning as he assumed his


FA oGsh HEthOATHon
th nmr rn gt shtg(ri: 1
while being sworn into office
by His Excellency, Sir John
Paul (FAR RIGHT) in
ceremonies held in the
Supreme Court. (ABOVE)
Outside the new Chief Justice
also inspected his first guard
of honour.









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season s first hurricane, hit the

=". :land g
trapping 10,000 holidaying
Americans in their hotels and
shourd their cruise slups
Ll.S. weather reconnaissance
planes and the U.S naval air
i ttic heinet rmud firepor
wall was due over the island
b thecentrete the comi it
P J
island, about 600 miles off the
(arolina coast
fhe National Hurricane
Centre in Miams said Alice
picked up strength as it
approached the British colony.
and its maximum sustained
ivinds rose to an estimated 90
nules an hour, with gusts to
I15
Ileavy rains and tides three
to five feet above normal were
also reported, but the ample
\varning of Alice's approach

lexpectedd dto mini ze
c el aab ut 2aOma 1 et s
ed 100 1 t of eas
( nu es wes c
so I n reis expected to
continue on a north to
north-northeast course today
ti c rricante ('ent r s


strength may occur "
Che storm was advancing at
about 10 miles an hour
Weathermen said it posed no
danger to any other land areas
at preser tLIGHTS CUT
.
Allee was spawned by a low
pressure system about 800
notes east of the Florida coast,
and reached hurricane strength
tuesday morning, about 12
hours after she surfaced as a
tropical storm far north of the
usual hurricane breeding
grounds in the Atlantic.
As she approached Bermuda,
residents and hotels at which
some 9,000 American tourists
were staying battened down.
Outgoing flights were
cancelled.


office after being sworn-in by


I 1' r ize liatdt irit
that would not be enough to
enable me to fill the post,' saul


"8"
This morning's swearing-in
ceremonies, one of the first to

n sa
occasion were over 30 specially
invited guests as well as
Parliamentarians, their wives
and members of the public
who filled the lower gallery.

sueTc dneSir. I illi jti(ior n
Bryce, C.B.E., was
congratulated by His
Excellency the Governor
following his swearing-m. and
also by Prime Minister Pindhng
who felt that Mr. Know les
"will no doubt bring further
distinction to the Bahmnas
But Sir Gordon left Nassau
on Monday for Somerset.
England.
Prime Minister Pindling and
that he was sure the new Chiel
Justice's "high moral and
Christian character will seric
him in good stead as he holds
the beacon high and that he
also had "the full confidence
of the entire Bar-
Sir John, considered today 5
ceremony a very singular

ocelas$' re t til t was rglad
to have the privilege of wearit
in the last Chief Just d tl


.ip pv 1) ei
proud to perform it," he said.
His Lordship helore
declaring the July Criminal
Sessions formally open.
ac k no w lodged the

colngratu to remarks.
e sal shall do his
utmost to maintain and foster
the present courteous relations
which exist between the Bench
and Bar as only so can the
administration of justice truly
survive."
Thanking them all, he said it
was highly gratifying for him
to be the object "of the
confidence of those responsible
for his appointment, the
Governor, the Prime Minister
and the Leader of the
Opposition."


His Excellency. Sir John Paul. in ceremonies held in the Supreme


wit'll a sxtiner art ei at
majority a Bahamian should be
appointed as Chief Justice. 1<

1""""?""' "'"'
I am not the first Balannian
to have been appointed to tlus
h 0 last B tan

Ormond Malcolm who was
appointed in 1897 and died in
1910."
From an acceptance speech
made by Sir Ormond from the*

lenet r referred to a Doyle and
Anderson and others who had
been Bahamian Chief Justices.
110 said that he was aware
that the office had been held
h\ many judges, "not least
along whom is a very great
lawyer, Sir Gordon Bryce."
His appoint me nt ,
acknowledged by the members
of the Inner and Outer Bar, the
Prune Minister aint Attormey
General during the ceremonies,
also received the approval of
the large crowd outside the
courthouse who applauded
loudli as he made his
appearance accompanied by
the Puisne Judges and the
Prmost Marshall. The
procession was led by Supreme
Court Bailiff Mr. Arthur K.

igratulations came froni
1 A (


tril i attorney er lo t
Chief Justice knowles, sat on
the bench with Puisne Jud es
Messrs. Justice James Smi ft
Maxwell Thompson. Samuel
Graham and recently-appoint
ed Provost Marshall, the
( commission of Police \ir
Salathiel II. Thompson.
PLAYING FIELDS
Mr. Dupuch said he could
"still recall with some pleasure
and nostalgia the happy days
spent together on the
playgrounds at school" with
the new Chief Justice.
"You are the second
Bahamian chief justice in
memory. I think that there
are still some of our senior
citizens who remember Sir
Ormond ... but, that has been a
long time ago, a great deal has


its timd nr I < 1 r gr ea t ad venture of
Independence-

::"5]"
inner Bar, to the Provost
Marshall, Mr Thompson. "a
I un of whom we am he

lie said His Lordstup, like
himselt and Mr Thompson.
had "grow n up in his
profession
Mr. fhompson, while a

nton comn ssicalled polism
impartial and fair and he felt
he would "bring to his post
ability. firmness. Industry, and
above all, Independence," Mr
Dupuch said. Mr Johnstone-
partner in the law tirm of Iliggs
and Johnson of which the new
Chief Justice was also a
member, said that if. at an>
time he had to appear before
Ilis Lordship. he would like
him to take into consideration
the many years that the\ hal
spent together
110 said Ills Lordship \\as
assuming his offlee as a person
with "ungue qualifications
wide experience in all branclus
of the law and long years of
practice.
"You yourself as an
advocate. have known the joys
of triumph and the bitterness
of defeat; you have learned the


> tr yl e dril ugi
in the arena of life which is the
arena of those courts and
indeed in the entire arena of
the practice of law "
He said that the
appointment would be a credit
as the new Chief Justice also
brought to the Bench "really
great learning, scholarship. an
analytical mind and sound,
good commonsense.
Mr. Johnstone said "we have
known all through our lives
and our legal careers the saying
British Justice. It is the
distillation of a long and
uneven period of the
administration of the rules.
"It is a priceless heritage .
we must regard it as just that,"
he said.


"I hee unioItal so wants St
Andrews headmaster John
Chaplin, whose termination on
June 18 after 10 years in the
post prompted the union's
hard-hitting statement and
threat on June 25
The union s threat followed
a statement in the press by Mr.
Chaplin in which he said his
contract entitled him to a
twin s notice. The Board, he
maintained, should have given
him notice during the Easter
vacation in April for
termination of his services on
August 31.
The union said on June 25
that unless the situation was
resolved to the satisfaction of
Mr. Chaplin and of the union.
BU T. would write affiliates in
the West Indies, the U.K and
the U S. urging them to
instruct members not to apply


it s i t is n aa
h f k
prevent te granting a wor
permits for any new expatriate
tealethe interview yesterday
Mr. Holowesko claimed that
Mr Chaplin had no formal
contract with the board
although contracts with other
teachers on the staff did





WLAQUES



? NASSAU FREEPORT


it al n ortone term notice
He said that the board, at
the same time it handed the
termination letter to Mr
Chaphn on June 18, informed
him that they were prepared to
pay him and his wife a full
term in lieu of a term's notice
a gratuity for long service
totalling over $30.000 which
is in excess of Mr. and Mrs
Claplins' combined yearly
salaries,
He said that the Chaphns
had benefitted from a scheme
which paid teachers ten
.percent of their salaries
payable every two years in
lieu of a pension plan.
Contacted this morning
B.U.T president Cecil N.
Curling, who had not seen The
Tribune report of the
flolowesko interview, initially
declared the union intended to



set ne I 1 1 < ws
sa d the board s still prepared
to make, Mr. Curling admitted

w ullvere not aware odi
complexion on the situation
"We will have to meet and
reconsider if what ha b n
sai is correct, ie to e
Tribune. In view of this new
development we will not take
any inunediate action. The
executive committee will have
to meet and discuss the matter
and have a talk with Mr.
Chapun.
MAN'S CARR R
Despite the ne w
information, however, Mr.
Curling re-emphasized that "a
man's career is at stake." He
indicated that even if the terms


of Oil settlement outlined by

(1 owes tilivere corret .
c iceur te lord's eatt of a man who had s headed
the school's lead ea efforts
for 19 8
years
lie said the executive
committee would probably
meet "sometime this week" to
discuss the matter,
The board has said it chose
to notify Mr. Chaplin at the
end of the school year that he
would not be rehired when his
term of employment expires
on August 31. because it was
felt such an announcement
during the school year would
have caused a disruption at
Interferred with the school s
educational process. In
addition there had earlier beeri
no deputy head to take over
the operation.


tt **pl I clue
school board
The termination sparked an
outcry from concerned parents
who demanded an explanation
from the board
The board met with the
parents on Saturday. However,
the majority of the parents
were not satisfied with what
the board told them. and an
effort is being made to force an
extraordinary general meeting
of shareholders in the company
which operates the school, to
lieve Mr. ChapHn reinstated.
Signatures representing ten
percent of the outstanding
shares are required on a
resolution to force such a
meeting.


5he


Wrthano


DANGEROUS ESCAPEE, FREE FOR 91 DAYS,


1. a


Sb attle bywanted


ma n


BERMUDA BANKER




ARM 0 M

A BERMUDA BANKER
here only because Hurricane
Alice prevented his BOAC
flight from landing at Hamilton
yesterday and a female
companion were held up by
two armed men outside the
Nassau Beach Hotel early this
morning and robbed of $25.
Although one of the
assailants tore the woman's
skirt neither she nor bank
manager G. 11. Powell was
harmed by the two men, who
were armed with a gun and a
knife
Mr 0- .. I' said he and the
woman left the hotePs har at
ab on 3 a nt for a breath of
insh or "
the\ walked westward less
than a hundred vards and had
at turned not ad to return
aben the two own jumped out
of the roadside hedge.


Inth is I le In gi ing t kill
tron her purse and ripped her
skirt Mr. Powell recalled.
"lve never been so

I mda : .ave any money on nee
which was true and they
dashed off through the hedge
and across the race-course,
Mr. Powell, general manager
of the Bank of Butterfield
Executive and Trustee
Company of Hamilton, said
this was his first visit to the
Bahamas "and I'm never


of I tick after I rtNsident
with her daughter

'


By MIKE LOTHIAN


A


T UB m ay


`r


consider' Its blackhist


tilitat, to see St. And rew s head

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) is to meet this week
to "reconsider" its threat to blacklist St. Andrew's School, in the light of a statement yesterday by
school board chairman William Holowesko.




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DEAN TO T TIFY ABOUT SAN CLEMENTE PURCHASE
NEW YORK (AP) The Senate Watergate contmittee's chart lawyer,
Samud Dash, is quoted as saying John Dean will be recalled before the
committee next full to testify about President Nixon's purchase of has Sun
l iemente tat Todady'sw teh rY involved.
Nixon purchased the house in 1969 for $1.5 million. The Times quotes
Dean associates as saying the fired lawyer is convinced that the White
House covered up the full financial affairs behind the purchase of the
california estate.
NOT CONSIDERING RATIONING GASOLINE
hoN vi ul s tal ou hd f Jul mot< rists at t7ri g d)i I
The American Automobile Association warns motorists in many of the
nation's resort areas to be particularly cautions because of low easoline
sup ent Nixon's oil police committee chairman, William Simon. sus
mandators fuel allocation controls are being considered ... But the federal
government, for the time being, is not considering out-and-out rationing nt
fuel.
READY TO IMPLICATE HALDEMAN
WASHINGTON (AP)- Two proteges of former white House asde II.R.
Ihideman are reported ready to plead guilty in the watergate cover-up, and
also read\ to imphone Haldeman. The "New York Daily News" reports
s ainw $ p cetierbert Porter have agreed to cooperate with the
Porter is reported reads to plead guilty to obstruction iu committing perjury\ before Hutergate investigators. The news sals Strachan
is willing to Testits with inununity from prosecution that Haldeman knew
ofthecover-upfrarnthestart.
NO BREAK IN CASE OF ALONE'S MURDER
wASHINGTON (AP) rhe federal Bureau of Investigation reported
little progress luesday in its nationwide search for persons who shot and
killed an Israeli diplomat outside his bethesda, Maryland, home Sundal
nqrqin' e still at the stage where eversone issuspect,"said I 01spokesman
Jack lierington. "I don t think this is going to be quick investigation unless
we get lucky."
Co leringt< > said the I 141 a twthers itshe tirq of
non-political sqir i m sses Air and Naval urache. was shot as he left his
car upon returning home from an embawy parts His wife 1)esura, who hisJ
let thaniar a nj are herr stigation, the Ius as checken, no
whetabouts at the time of the shooting of militan Arab supporters
known to be in the L.S.
ROYAL COUPLE WILL VISIT REGINA TODAY
THUNDFR BAY UNIARIO (tP) fhe Queen and Prince Philip
arrived here luesday at l?57tafI for a twohour 15 minute appearance
prior to a two das Regina visit where the\ will attend RC11P centennial
ceremonies
They were met at the turport h\ a cheering.fing-waving 300which included Primier William Davis of Ontario.
H1lile here, the Queen as to open old lort William, meet a number on
Ojihway Indians, watch a display of Appaloosa horse riding and attend
welcoming ceremonies at City HalL
She arrived here following a five-hour flight from CharInttetown where
the royal couple spent the July I weekend commemorating the island
province's centennial.
The stop here was made during the ninth day of 4 1-dar rmal tour that
began June 25 at forman,
PAINTING SETS WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR A PICASSO
lONDON (AP) 4 Picasso painting terched 270,000 pounds 675,000
d her atdcurre t enhantee I11 The picture was Le Mort (Mise au lumdeaul. painted in 1901
it was among a collection of 26 paintings anJ sculptures from the
collation of the late American movie star Idward G. Robinson.
It went at a special evening sale of impressionist and modern paintings
andscupture at Sothchs's.
The previous record for a Picawn the artist died earber this lear wa"
created in 1968 when La 11ere et L Enfant (mother and child) went for
1906000 pounds. or an 000 Juliars t todafs rates. That sale was also at
U.S. TO PAY N. VIET WAR DAMAGE REPARATIONS?
PARIS (AP) The United States and North Vietnam agreed luesdal to
continue their economic aid talks bound the deadline set by Henry A'
Kb ny{c siln)r ak hl < en gr ss behind closed doors since
shortly after Kissinger and The agreed on their resumption. No details have
been disclosed of the discussions between Maurice J. Wilhams. deputy
administrator of the Agene for International Development. and Nortit
Vietnaqn se Hrimarwe Mini Un jiet Chsu withdraw from the units on
April 19 as a protest against alleged North Vietnamese violations of the
cease fire agreement. In the new cease fire accord signed June 13, Kissinger
and The agreed that the Joint loonomit (ornmission comprising Hilliants
and Chau 'shall remain its meetings tour Jus trom the date of signature of
this joint communique and shall complete the first phase of its work within
15 dus thereafter.
The matters to be discussed to the 'first phase' were never spelled out.
but fho told a nests conference last month Hilliams and Chau would
discuss the total amount to be paid bl the Printed States for 'reparations or
war damage' in North liemain. -
GROMYKO DELIVERS KEY ADDRESS AT CONFERENCE
ill LSINKI (\li Soviet Ioreign Mulister Andrei Gronit ka made the
"dreiss I h openij Secretary of State Rogers, the somet ( nion has no intention to fence itselt
off from the rest of the world.
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SAN CLEMENTE, CALIFORNIA (AP) The California White
House said Tuesday President Nixon is appalled by what he
regards as malicious reports that suggest wrongdoing was involved
ill the purchase of his Oceanside estate here.
Press scactur\ Ronald I. House has representedly
fleder sual Nixon \ fact ion ref used to name the investment
\\as e of dishelict when he company which is reported to
read a report in I nesdal min the bulk of the San
man ng editions of the 1as Clemente land. Ziegler said
nge unes whah reported "we do not have the
that special HOermite responsibility for, and indeed
prosecular Archibald Em hal will not provide, information
begun I preliminary inquir) oil another individual s
into the purchase anti financial activities.,
Impmlenient ni presidential Millionaire industrialist
homes here and :st Kei Robert II. Ahplanalp, a Nixon
Bise..int, Florida. triendhas been identified as
The Times reported head of the investment
intestigatt isn i"ccording to '0 company.
source 1 liar with the Ziegler also was asked about
IIlgility p rticularly Hamed a report in Tuesday's Orange
to and 1 ally Reptibilean Comity Register at Santa Ana,
canipetign funds or nionel train Calitornia, which said Nixon's
unions of Eurpordlions licipal ball ( lemente home has been
to finance the puuluse of the undertated because of a low
San ( lemente w illa. assessment that, the newspaper
ZI al id mishaul notic n at eparitedl, is being i < t gated
to a 1 Ilenient bl 00\ 1 ?10 emulliation, which monitors
that no unisideration had been assessment parctices,
gilen at this point to Litin inny The press secretary said the
J formal inhstleath n amle left the suggestion that
Nin n's real estate .u tu a \ixon or someone at the White
cr said I15 Ob Househadintelvenedtoobtain
"\\ IISSONSment. 110 went oil
funds or in fi VAl ( ATION
are mali mound out "We have absolutely nothing?
ye typg),, tile and dic 10 do with tax asseSSments -
itegorica untrue the in Jssessors should assess
T he Hlute House spoke l hats their job.
reported the Plusiolent I Ihe Register (plated Orange
p. .,0..1 h\ what / gle
descried as Militri Assessor Jack Vallerga
10) illy the 0001001 Willie
persistent citor1 it> ited on Nixon's property is
wrongdoing. nullion dollars. Nixon
Asked it Nixon ten an ,nal 1.5 nullan dollars for the
One was < ul In get [ 1 fell) ill 1969 and 1110
110 til \ b. <1.11 10flices Jdnlinistration
le pictured as .if 3111 at ?< ( Ip if ted on June 21 speltilng
367 Jullars for
'and. "I us not <}urge gments most of theni
indilidual mill lilullelt I I Miled 10 Securit\
Responding to gilesive it
flath denied that an\ o Mmallons
corporate or union tumb i Register also noted tlut
involied in the put those 11< purchase 111<
Sun Clemente property 11- go quurst
msisted that the H hite House 8 n estalled as a gift to
has given an "icculare, pz and factual account of the I illies Stated NiXull's
circumshinces ulmlindilly the p (3 transactions 11ad
San Clemente pureliase. <1111 ted the attention of


SANTIAGO, CHILE (AP)
Chile's 15 government
Snilnisters resigned fuesday to
give President Salvador Allende
.
an iencethard in f nin(madile
nation
The resignations. whidi
followed last week s abortive
revolt by part of an army unit'
came alnkl r ports that Allende
additional mi rting naming
I < nde, Latin Americas
only elected Marxist President.
got a boost in his efforts to
restore order from settlement
o an extended, bitter strike at
Chile s major copper mine.
The striking miners at FI
Teniente. the world's largest
underground copper mine high
in the Andes about 60 miles
south of Santingo, went back
to work after voting to accept
the Allende government's latest
settlement offer.


polls, spying on opponents use
other corrupt practices-
re< nl71n endelletonnsitCrist 13c
proposals to make a camlidate
for federal office :m
responsible for the condu his campaign and to unseat uni
official convicted of engagjng
in illegal campaign practices

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The committee said the case
demands not special studies, as
Nixon recommended, but firm
pro caution of Watergate
In < r statement filed with the
Senate Privileges and Elections
Subcommit (c e, the
nonpartisan private
organization said:
"The essential problem the
Watergate affair dramatizes is
not inadequate laws but the
breaking of laws and the
conspiratorial thinking behind
the lawbreaking."
The committee
acknowledged that campaign
laws, especially in the areas of
fund-raising and spending, need
to be strengthened but
disagreed with Nixon's call for
quick action by Congress.
on May la the President
called on Congress to create is
17-member nonpartisan
Commission to do "nothing less
than a co in plete
re-examiqution of our sy stem
act em & Elre 11pa j
Alanges by Dec. 1. lie
suggested an\ changes he made
effective h\ the start of the
1974 congressional compaign.
The conunittee said of
Oxonqrecommendation:"He
would made questions about
the president's term of office,
which was one of the most
controversial topics at the
constitutionl Convention of
1787 and has been the subject
of I 6 0 proposed
constitutional amendments
FAMOUS CONDUCTOR
CANCER DIES AT 65
TORONTo (All Karel Ancerl,
musiq director and conductor of
the I runt 8 mphant, died
Anced was director of the
Czechasimakia Philharmonic for 17
years before coming to lawns.
permanently in 1968. He had
announced earlier his intention of
resigning the loronto post when his
prevait contr.ut expired in August
The Ctechoslusakian-horri
moductor had been plagued with
health problems all inst season,
14 st nducts/gi as want u"jj
illnesses go back rn the time tw
spent in prison camps during the
World War IL
A graduate of the Prague
Con servatory, Ancerl studied under

ge::,=>.="i=ract
Ancerl made his Canadian guest
conducting debut in loronto in
1967. His decision to make his
home here came in 1968 during the
Sov ie t-Ied inv as ion
Czechasimakia. Before that he was
engaged for only part of the
loronto season and \\as to retain
his post a chiet condu techasim kia Philharmonic.



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He wou in id clude the
question of the term of office
n the House of Representa-
tives, which has also been the
sub thteof ebutse totr these
and oth r problems on the
President's comprehensive list
do not warrant serious
attention." the committee said,
"Precisely because they do.
they should not he addressed
on a crash basis within 6\i
months"
In its statement to the
S t 1, the committee
s e tedpa lat any new probe
of campaign ethics "should
tself th the
concern a wi ted
< akg"eprW aasso air,
including personal vilification,
falsification of letters and
dvert t stacki of
a semen s, ng


The strike lasted 76 days
and cost Chile an estimated 60
ni to ictit>dollarsStri -rela
violence also cost two lives and
resulted in injuries to more
than 100 persons.
yg
violence els axed rulipsjiu\
the insurrection bi about 100
members of the 2nd armoureil
regiment who assaulted the
defense minister and
presidential palace in the
capital with tanks and
automatic weapons.
The gtinfire killed 22 and
wounded 34 others. mostly
civilians
Chile 5 stumbling economic
and tooming intl3tionari rate
has sparked increasing
esentinent against Allende5
opti al nity cod illon
government. It has pledged to
transform the nation into a
SOCialist State.
The cost of living had risen
more than 235 per cent by
May over the previous 1.'
months, with the consequent
melting of the average
L'hilean worker's buying
power. There also have been
serious shortages of basic
consumer goods and food.

LIZ TA Y LOR





NI YORK 4 AP) Actress
/ a fli avioranT i
Burton are separating and she
is going to California. She said
she hoped the split-up would

Miss Taylor has been staying
here at the Regency Hotel.
while Burton was reported on
Long Island at the home of
their lawyer and friend. Aaron

surenel. susw v.v,.

i am convinced it would be
a good constructive idea if
Richardand lareseparated for
a while. Maybe we have loved
etwh od? r to li v d suchroa
thing was possible but we
have been in each others
pockets constantly. never being
apartex cept formattersoflife
and death, and I believe with
all my heart that this
separation will ultimately bring
usa 1 khtu i t should be
I think in a few days I shall
ri of r I < idndbecli=
many old and true friends out
there as well And friends are
to help each other, uren t they?
isn I that what it 5 supposed to
he all about
'll anyone reads anything
"" ""..,!il,

r iterbe in he nund::J
friends or my husband.
Wash us well. please.during
this most difficult time
Miss Taylor s announcement
followed published reports that
on a visit to Beverly Hills last
week she had two dates with
Peter Lawford. Burton was said
to have remained in New York
to pick up their adopted
daughter. Maria. upon the
latter s arrival from I urope.

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( 01 Mail because of White
1100 e reluctance to disclose all
;',', ..,;- o
iliturnel Herberl w. Kalmball
#110 raised ninney for the
egg defendants.
reporter told Ziegler the
life lothe had offere(1
lb nillic (10 dualillentailo!1
10 estabbsh the source Of the
ninfle) used 10 purcil:1se the
Calatorom estate. He insisted
(110 Unctimentation consisted
of a recent White House
st al ement outlining the
(Milbut lion.
10 1 VII)ENCE
Referung to sy< I;..ms of
wrongdoing, Ziegler added,
there is absolutely no
documentation or shred of
evidence contained by anyone
'0"'
to "" 1: ., en, n..s
1 < huse and t he
unpro 1 anents Z iegler said .
we do unt intend to issue any
hth statement on this
Asked it Nixon felt there
was some sort at campaign
afoot to destral him. Ziegler
replied :
"I simph will let you draw
\our own eialuation as an
obscrier of things that are
lial I mung in mu ociety. imes
part stated that Cox is also
nic at ly (11e is t
mson wno ra nt former
R 810001 President Jones R.
lieflu in I)eteniber 1971.


Reminded that the 11ilt
KIDNAPPING FO1LED


HUENOS AIRI ha 11) Poh rescued luesdal a nealthi \'
ranch owner, wounchy .au of her
kidnappers in a .usnight and
recovering 100.000 ransom monet
sic ra liaril
freed unharmed at or the batti t
jw he sel jhere sl in st
Buenos Aires. he woundeci
kidnapper anti us analisplae
surrendered, the\ .ubial Mim
salagorts had been ,,,ea on her
ranjr c art at he
few successes stored a ne n,
the wave of kidnap on ce, ns
irgentina.

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source said Grinh un a
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nearred in Buenos \ires. I at
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nonth and twed hun for 60000
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800-partisan panel rejects Nixon's
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WASHINGTON (AP) The Fair Campaign Practices CommitteeltTde2 eedctedalvh t it
termed President Nixon's implication that the Watergate scan resu 4 sws


NIXON IS APPALLED


ALLI CHILE'S


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Wednesday, July 4, 1973.


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I hate to leave an unfinished job ... and so this situation
gnawed at my pride and I resolved to do something about it if it
ever became possible.

Now then ...let us f ill in a little more background.
As I have told you before ... hack in 1970 when the truth
about the government had not yet sunk into the consciousness of
foreign investors, monied people were still rushing to Nassau to
enjoy the advantages of investment in the world's leading tax
haven. At that time I could have sold The Tribune for seven
million dollars.
I decided not to sell ... not because I ha.' any faith in the
future of the Bahamas under the new order but because I had
faith in the intelligence and sense of honesty and decency of the
Bahamian people. I felt I should stay at the hehn of this free
public voice and help to point a way out of the darkness for my

peB january last year I fully realized that my faith in the people
was probably misplaced. At that time I could still obtain three
million dollars far more than my family needed for The
Tribune but I decided not to sell because a vital election was
coming up in September and I would never have it said that I had
walked out on my people in their hour of greatest need. But I
made my position clear. I definitely stated that if the government
were not changed I would leave the Bahamas and, if necessary,
close down The Tribune and forget about any financial value it
might have in the market.
* * * *
The government was not changed and so I left as I said I
would.
But I was faced with the serious obligation of making some
provision for the staff. The one big mistake I had made years
earlier was not to go through with a proposal made to me by an
insurance company to cover my staff for such an emergency. I
never dreamed that this could happen.
All of my senior staff have been with The Tribune for 20 to 45
years. One member retired on full salary and a substantial honus
only a short time earlier after completing a half century of
devoted service to this newspaper. Fortunately, I could leave
without hurting my staff because my daughter and son-in-law
the Carrons were prepared to carry on until I could find a
burer to take over.
We decided that the new owner of this newspaper, which had
become part of the bone and sinew of my family, must not be
ordinary people. They must be people with a sense of human
responsibility.
We found such a family in Virginia. These people had owned a
~chain of small newspapers for three generations of their family.
This meant that they would have feeling for people in their
employ. In addition, they were wealthy bankers with a long
family background of financial responsibility. I felt that this
family would be an asset to the colony. They were, moreover,
: terested in making other substantial investments. They asked
me to recommend other areas in which they might put some
money.
They were prepared to write me a cheque for three million
dollars on the spot but I told them that they should see the Prime
Minister before they put their money in The Tribune because it
would be impossible for them to operate if the government were
not prepared to give them some measure of cooperation. And so
they went to see Mr. Pindling. They had a preliminary discussion
which they felt was satisfactory and they went back to Virginia
to put their proposal in writing to the Prime Minister.
They sent me a copy of the proposal they sent to Mr. Pindling.
in it they told him of plans to take Bahamians to their offices in
the U.S. and train them as journalists, in execute positions and
as technicians. They told him that they would run a free
newspaper in which they would cooperate acovely with any
sound proposals advanced by Government ... in other words, they
would greatly soften the present policy of The Tribune
My daughter also went to see Mr. Pindling and she came away
with the impression that he was prepared to be reasonable.
The whole proposition seemed to be so good for the colony
that I felt that the deal would go through.
At that time Fr. Brendan Forsyth, O.S.B.. pastor of Mary Star
of the Sea at Freeport was in a hospital in Miami. I went to see
him. I told him about the sale of The Tribune and discussed with
him my plans to put a very large sum of money into establishing a
science lab and providing permanent scholarships for Bahamian
children. 110 wasn't surprised because years ago I told him of my
plar.s for the future.
I make this statement as further proof of my plans to make
this final contribution to the future of Bahamian children before
I left a country that had been home to six generations of my
family. Ask him about our talk and he may also recall that I told
him of my intention to subscribe the balance needed to buy a
permanent scholarship at St. Donat's.
What I didn't tell him was of a further scholarship that came
into my plan because the idea had not yet been put to me,
In 1966 I was gravely ill in a hospital in Miami after an
operation performed on me by Dr. Milton Coplan. There were
serious complications and I feel that this doctor saved my life.
Since then we have become warm friends. I go to him for
periodical check ups. On one of these visits I told him of the sale
of The Tribune. And he talked me into the idea of buying a
permanent scholarship at Miami University for a Bahamian
student.
"Your family has done so much for the Bahamas," he urged,
"the name must not be allowed to die in this area.'
This good doctor had done so much for me in my serious
illness that I agreed to do what he asked. He is a friend of the
President of the University of Miami and so, when I agreed to the
idea, he wanted to arrange a luncheon meeting immediately.

unr sonbablet eltaimebthte hadn be nihat e dw inbe t
proposal of the Virginia group. I was no longer sure. And so I told
Dr. Coplan to wait until I had heard something definite from the
,Government. (See Dr. Coplan's letter on page 9).
The answer finally came through from Mr. Pindling. It was NO.
His government did not approve.
Needless to say, I intended to do something very substantial
for my staff. far more substantial than I did when Mrs. Hall
retired two years ago after completing 50 years with The Tribune.
Although at least 75 percent of The Guardian, which is much
favoured by the Government, is owned by foreigners, the excuse
to us was that they didn't want foreigners owning The Tribune. If

IB ha do sell, The Tribune obviously it would have to be to
You know ... the same old squeeze given to other business
people who wanted to leave the colony who finally sold to a


member of the Square Deal Club at a greatly depressed price!
Through all this period of stress experienced by The Tribune
under this government there hasn't been a single squeak from the
Bahamian people.
Fortunately, my daughter is prepared to carry on for the time
heing to protect the interests of our faithful staff.
And I am happy to fall in with the new idea that we should
now do as the new leaders of the colony have done from the
start. """"
All I can say is . God help the Bahamian people. They will
Certainly need His help if they are to survive the greed and
incompetence of the new order which they are responsible for
Creating and maintaining in the seats of power in the islands
a * * * *
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: It must be understood, of course,
that because the Government has blocked the sale of the paper
ble to carr through an of these plans. Maybe it is
j lst as well. In the light of recent events the idea doesn't seem so

go n a oI m pleased that my daughter has decided to carry
on in order to protect the staff. I was inclined to shut down the
operation and forget about it.
* * * * *
I had finished writing this article when I suddenly remembered
something. Today June 15th is the 45th anniversary of our
New York

I nd a ul ro/it .. it has taken us a helluva long time to
* * * **
Nassan. July 1. Last week I wrote of the great tragedy
experienced by a community when death strikes down a
well-known person in the prime of life. Page 13, CoL 5


b .
GI r GI rabune
NULLIus ADDICTS URARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCHPublisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E.. K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor l972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


By IT II NM DUPUCli
TORONTO, Canada, June 15. Now that the Bahamas is
moving from the area of freedom into the new order .of
independence the Bahamian people must learn to adjust their
sights to the ways of the new day and what it means in the realm
of human relations and social obligation"
Under a regime of British treedom I felt a great obligation to
share my blessings by making a substantial contribution to the
life of our people in the area of education, health and recreation.
This was the British way.
The new order has introduced a way of life in which its leaders
clearly feel that it is their right to take from life all they can
extract and to give very little if anything in return.
Strangely enough, the people who have benefitted in the past
from freedom-with-giving seem to like the new way of
independence in which every man seems to be for himself and
God for us all. They seem to feel that if they take good care of
themselves God can be left to take care of the rest.
Since this seems to be the acceptable way of life for the
majority of our people, I wouldn't presume to say them nay, I am
happy to fall in line with this element of thought in the new
order . remembering always that a people get what they
deserve.
Happily for me, all In\ commitments in the areas in which I
had been involved expire this year ... and so I can move right into
step with the new way of life.
Why should I, for example, he concerned that the government
may no longer be able to contribute to the support of private
schools which have filled an important role in the colony
Why should I he concerned about the health and recreation of
youth in the islands when the Health Ministry find no further
need for mature and experienced American specialists who had
given free service to the crippled children of the islands for over
19 years ... and there was no outcry from the people against this
outrage?
After all ... what more should anyone expect when it is recalled
that a former Minister of Health in the new order visited one of
the clinics held by the Florida specialists for the original Crippled
Children's Committee.
His only comment to the doctors was that if mothers fed their
Children buttermilk there would not he any crippkd children in
the colony!
The doctors still laugh when the\ tell this story about a man to
whom was entrusted the responsibility for the health of the
Bahamian people. Since then this man has been still further
elevated!
Such is the standard in this new order.
Boy, oh boy ... that's something, hel?
* * * * *
Now I will tell you a little story.
I had decided that when I retired I would do something of
permanent value for Bahamian youth in memory of my late
parents and of the late Very Rev. Chrysostom Schreiner, OSB.,
V.F., founder of the Catholic Church in the Bahamas, who was
named Catholic Missionary to the Bahamas by His Fminence
Cardinal Hayes, Archbishop of New York. now deceased
Next to my parents Fr. Chrysostom helped me more than
anyone else to lay foundations that determined the course of my
life. 110 has been responsible for any measure of success I may
have achieved.
I had been a teloping tlus plan in my mind for a long time.
I took the first step in this direction while the Old Order was h
power when I wrote the Board of Education some \:au ago
requesting that they sell me the school building west of The
tribune for the purpose of turning it into a first class science
laboratory. I had intended placing this facility under the control
of the Catholic Bishop and the head of the Government's
Education Department for the use of all higher level science
students in schools of any denomination in the island.
The building was then being used by one of the Board of
Education's primary schools. And so they refused to sell.
This correspondence should he on file at the Ministry of
I education today. Certainly Mr. Ted Glover, retired Assistant
Director of Education, will remember my approach to the
department with this plan.
I wanted it to be near to The Tribune so it could be a part of
the monument this newspaper would mean in the memory of my
father and mother who gave their lives to laying secure
foundations for this "free" public institution ... the one
nwaver ri eaighthouse of truth for the people of the colony for
* * * *
When the Board refused to sell I pigeon-holed the idea for the
time being.
When two houses across the street, on the eastern side of The
Tribune, came on the market a few years ago, I thought them ...
had the buildings pulled down ... and on the open lots I planned
to creet a modern building and furnish it with the finest science
equipment on the market today. I had earmarked at least a half
million dollars for this purpose.
* * * *
In addition, I proposed to establish at least two permanent

Tr 1 s St. John's is conducted by St John's Abbey, a Benedictine
monastery, that gave Fr. Chrysostom to the Bahamas. Fr*
Chrysostom, an intellectual giant, was Vice President of the
University when the Abbot was advised to send this young Priest
south for reasons of health. Several of the young Priests at St-
John's had developed isumption (tuberculosis) and died. Fr.
Chrysostom's lungs w affected and so he was told by a do tor
in St. Paul that if he were not beyond the frost line by the winter
he would be under it.
I was one of the earliest Bahamian students to attend St.
John's. This was one of the happiest experiences of my life ... and
so in later years my younger brother Eugene and my three sons
also went to St. John's for a part of their education. This means
that, apart from the gift of a great Catholic Priest to the Bahamas.
I have warm personal ties with this American centre of learning.
And then a couple of years ago the Rt. Hon. Lord
Mounthatten of Burma introduced the United World Colleges
idea to the Bahamas and he entrusted me with the task of
collecting funds to finance scholarships for Bahamians to St.
Donate's College in Wales.
By this time I realized that the future of the Bahamas was
uncertain under the present Government and so I set out to
collect enough money to buy a permanent scholarship to this
college.
Because many people who had supported my fund collecting
drives in the colony in the past were upset and justifiably so


by the inhuman attitudes of the new government, this was not an
easy job to do in addition to collecting $60,000 a year for a
ri pled ri gs da\ alld I ticallet heo rD n u

when I decided to leave the colony and seek a life in an area
where people were still reasonably free and were in a position to
expose and destroy evils when they were discovered in their
parliamentary system. Watergate in the U.S. and the sex Ministers
in Britain are examples.


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stitution without careful
consideration and the consent
of the people."
He also hopes to make the
voters aware of their true
power in this country.
"Should they (the Bain's
Town voters) vote to return me
to Parliament." he said, "that
would certainly be a clear
indication to the Government
and the country that the
people in fact have them (the
Government) in check. It
"oulti bealettuit alPpeoTveknj.'
UNEMPLOYMENT
Mr. Cooper feels that the
"I"Letenill be ever v
shaken up. "It is common
knowledge to every single
person in this country that
unemployment is rampant and
no o'Colin?"t::"T:
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THIS LETTER from Dr.
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firm of Coplan, Woods, Melvin,
Raim and Banks, urologists of
Miami, Fla., will serve to
confirm statements made in
ther Editor lumn Doudaychy
Contributing Editor:
PAGE NINE COPLAN
E Kn on
sess...ssumes
Dear Sir Etienne:
I am sorry to learn that after
our many conversations
regarding your desire to
establish at the Umversity of
Miami, a scholarship fund for
worthy Nassau boys and girls
who are desirous of a college
education that at this time you
are not able to carry through
with your plans.
Kingh anf P sd t h
University of Miami, on several
occasions regarding your desire
and he tw auenthusiastied
philosophy to do something
worthwhile but for the actual
nt ed oul t
from your philanthropy. Dr.
Stanford was very anxious to
meet you personally to discuss
this matter further with you
and has asked that as soon as
roanetuprunt e aMiaa e
to arrange for an appointment
for you and me to have lunch
wth Pn.when you can arrange
your finances to carry out your
desires in this regard, please let
me know because I shall
patiently wait for the time
when you can consummate
your desires in this respect. I
trust that you and Lady
Dupuch will have a very
pleasant summer and I look
??::idolo a h
soon as you do come back this
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THE CABINET Office has
announced that His
Excellency, The Governor,
acting on the recommendation
of the Public Service
Commission, has approved the
promotion of Mr. Neville K.
Adderley to the post of
Deputy Director of the
Department of Statistics.
aniheMason Mrs. re
originally of Deep Creek,
Andros, Mr. Adderley, 27,
"',';nd dNSa s Augustin esdHi
B.A. Degree in Mathematics
from St. John's University,
g:::ot de Mt stero
Economics from the London
School of Economics and
Political Science,
Before joining the Public
Service in 1969 he worked in
'etectidg thele ron er
received extensive experience
and training in Guatemala,
t""boAn na Nedw lo
in the public service he
acted as the co-ordinator for
ene rovocensusonoveronons
and performed in a number of
senior capacities as head of the
Economic Statistics Section
and special research projectsin
the Department of Statistics.
Mr. Adderley is a fellow of
'e":n"::""""n't ".'rselfriti
Control Commission since its
'enoignon, enow, .,now
educational vice president of
the newly formed Bahamas
Organization for Scientific
Studies (B.O.S.S.).
Married to the former Miss
Aramintha Gay, Mr. Adderley's
hobbles are tennis, golf, movie
photography and researching
into new discipline
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GRADUATION AT
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STUDENTS attending
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Study Centre are preparing for
their grada 'ion exercises, to
be held in the Polaris Hall of
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students. The Primacel
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ons, communication
English Language and
l reasoning, has attracted
orty students, seeking to
their prospects by
g a close acquaintance
those skills and abilities
ed day-by-day at
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Richard Crawford,
pal of the centre, said
in accordance with
usly established practice,
ccessful students will be
ented with their
cates by two former
acel students, who
gushed themselves in the
e, and who will be guests
nour on this occasion.
are Mr. Anthony
gton and Mrs. Prieta
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OLD AGE pensionersresiding
in New Providence will be
treated to gifts of food baskets
which are to be distributed on
the occasion of Independence
ur. c.x.e. sman, vermenant
Secretary to the Ministry of
Labour and National Insurance
announced.
The food baskets, to be
distributed locally on
Saturday, will be given to
pensioners residing in the Fox
Hill and Mackey Street areas
between 10 a m. and 6 p.m. at
the East Bay Street City
Markets.
Those in the Wesley liall
area may collect from between
10 a.m to a p.m. at the Oakes
Field City Markets and
pensioners in the Carmichael
Road area may collect theirs
from 9:30 a.m. at their
designated Old Age Pension
Depot.
Pensioners at Adelaide and
Gambler may collect at 11 a.m.
and I 1:45 a.m., respectively, at
their designated depots, he
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along their old age pension
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RAINFALL in New
Providence last month
exceeded the total rainfall for
the January-May period by
almost 50 percent The
Tribune has learned.
notHtohwer s It f n anlceM
rainfall during June, but of
extremely low rainfall in the
previous fWeemonths. for the
Climatology section of the
Meteorological Office said
rainfall last month came to
9l!4 ce hTh2e averagedfor
1951-70 was 9.23.
During January, February,
March, April and May, a total
of only 6.4 inches fell,
1rn5 red with the average
Total rainfall for the first
half of 1973 was 15.88. The
24year average was 20.8
There were several periods
of days and one of weeks
earlier this year when the
Meteorological Office
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MANGOES are still available
at the Potter 5 Cav Produce
Exchange but smee the spring
season does not last too long, it
is best to take advantage of the
fruits while you can.
This njango dessert can be
served with ice cream or just
by itself. Peel three pounds
npe mangoes and cut the pulp


into thick slices. In a saucepan,
put one and a quarter cups
sugar and half a tablespoon
lemon juice. Add the mangoes
and cook stirring until the
sugar has dissolved. Cover the
pot and simmer over very low
heat for an hour. Transfer the
fruit to a serving howl with a
slotted spoon. Add a cup of


whipping cream to the sauce in
the pot and boil over high heat
until the sauce has thickened
Let the sauce cool for about
five minutes and pour it over
the mangoes. Serve it with a
dollop of ice cream or as a
dessert on its own.
Mango ice is made in the
freezer ice trays. Scoop the
pulp from three large mangoes
and put it through a food mill
or puree it in a blender. Add a
third of a cup of sugar in a
saucepan with a cup and a hall
of water. Boil for five minutes
Let the syrup cool and stir it
into the mango puree. Pour the
mixture into the ice trays and
place in the treezer. stir every
half hour for three hours
Mango ice cream is made the
same way. You will need two
cups of mango pulp. Simmer
half a cup of sugar and half a
cup of water for five minutes
Let the syrup cool. Add the
mango pulp and a quarter cup
of lime juice. Mix well. Whip a
cup of heavy cream until it is
very stiff. Fold the cream into
the mango mixture and pour
Ltor ce trays. Freeze for three
For a very attractive mango
mold again you will need two
cups of pureed pulp. In a
saucepan sprinkle an envelope
of gelatin on a third of a cup


cold wate r. 11e at .
stirring, over low heat until the
gelatin has dissolved Let II
cool. Combine the mango pulp
with half a cup of sugar a
tablespoon lime juice and add
the gelatin. Stir well. Whip a
cup of heavy cream until vert
stiff and blend thoroughly\ with
mango mixture. Pour into a
chilled mold and chill until set.
Unmold on a serving plate and
garnish with shoes of many
COLl) DESSHol
Another cold mango dessert
calls for a cup of mashed
mango pulp. Add a cup of
apple juice to the pulp and a
little sugar Chill for half an
hour seat won and sold in two
cups of whipped heavy cream
and a little nul meg Chill for
several hours
Many turns ers are east to
make with commercial pull
pastry from the supennarket
Roll out the pastry on a
floured board and cut intn tour
inch circles. Place a few slices
of mango on half of each
circle. Dat with hutter and
sprinkle with sugar Fold the
tr dover I br sit alli t
water. Brush the turnoves
with mixed egg yolk and wata
and chill for halt an houE Hake
the turnovers at 45 degrees
for 10 minute then reduce


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From Page 3
I was writing about Frank
Treco and Mrs. Audley Kemp.
in the last week death has
claimed two more victims who
were taken away in their
prime.
Mrs. Phyllis Rush phoned
her husband at his office and
told him she was feeling very
ill. By the time he got home
she was dead.
Mrs. Rush is descended from
an old and distinguished
Bahamian family.
Her grandfather was the
Hon. W. C. B. Johnson, O.B.E.,
Speaker of the House of
Assembly and Manager of the
J. S. Johnson Co. canning
factory during a period when
this factory was one of the few
places in Nassau that provided
employment for working
people. At the height of the
pineapple season the factory
employed about 600 people.
The Johnsons pioneered in
pineapple cultivation during
the period when pineapple
farming was the colony's most
important industry.
During the war Mr Johnson
placed his factory at the
disposal of the War Materials
Committee and personally
directed the canning operations
of the Committee who made
the second largest gift of food
to Britain of the entire British
Empire.
de he othe ictimel y, su en
also descended from old
Bahamian families.
H is grandfather Kelly
founded Kelly's Bakery. For
probably a half century this
was the only major bakery in
the island
His great grandfather on his
mother's side was the Hon. J.
F. W. Turtle, President of the
Bank of Nassau and one of the
leading business men in the
city. His grand uncle, Morton
Turtle, left a generous income
to several charities in Nassau.
Nicki Kelly, senior Tribune
staffer found her husband very
ill when she went home on


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BAHAMAS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


CORPORATION


has a voconcy for a Sohamian


BUILDING

SUPERINTENDENT


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


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Since that time, whenever
Colin has travelled in the
United States,. he has
repeatedly been mistaken for
the son of the dead hero
Americans apparently have
never forgotten the flyer's
place in American history.
Now he too has run his
course, removed in the prime
of life.
Our sympathy goes out to
the sorrowing families.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
A people get the kind of
government they deserve.
ANONYMOUS


Thursday afternoon. He died
on Friday.
Colin, who had a fine brain
and was endowed with many
talents, had the same name as
Colin Kelly the pilot who was
the first American flyer to die
in World War II. At Pearl
Harbour he dived his plane into
the funnel of a Japanese
battleship, blowing the ship up.
Colin Kelly the pilot had an
infant son at the time when the
Bahamian Colin Kelly was 13
years old. At the suggestion of
the then government, Colin
wrote a letter of condolence to
the family.


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WEEKDAYS:


Closed on Public Holidays
Try our delicious Sunday Buffet Lunch,
served from 12 noon to 2 p.m.. for only
$4.00 per person, children under 12
years. 52.50.
Contact us for all your catering needs.


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C10246
DRYGOOD BUSINESS FOR
SALE.Phone 28197


LOST
C10406
REWARD will be given to
finder of black leather wallet
lost in or in vicinity of
Maternity Ward, P. M-
Hospital, with important
documents.
Please return to Sister's Desk,
Maternity Ward or contact Dr.
Siqulgtelephone51641.Thank
you.
C10417
SMALL BLACK POODLE in
vicinity of Princess Margaret
Hospital, Saturday afternoon,
Answers to the name of
"Pinto". Anyone having
information please call Dr.
Prendiville 2-4927.

PUBLIC FICTION
C10430
NOTICE
HARRY D. MALONE will
sell at his premises on Albury
Lane, situate five (5) doors
from Shirley Street, on the
right hand side on Friday the
20th day of July A.D., 1973
,
at 12:00 o'clock Noon the
following property:--
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situated in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
and bounded NORTHWEST-
WARDLY by Farrington
Road and running thereon
Seventy seven and Twenty
NuOnRd H ST R2 LY y
land the property of the
Estate of Sephet Smith and
running thereon One
hundred and Fifty-three and
Sixty-four Hundredths
( 1 5 3 6 4 ) feet
EASTWARDLY by land the
property of the
Estate of Sephet Smith and
running thereon sixty-nine
and Thirty Six Hundredths

O H6WARDLeetby a d

hyll"r er nn gthLe
dn d d

Mortgage dated 8th January
Aim tedl906 h H nmoausraE eat
George William Kelly Roberts
Recorded in Volume 482 at
Pages 306 to 311.
e Sale is subject to a
reserotee h sd to ord

to that up
Term cl % of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
andDtheEbal se2onndedoam y
A. D.. 1972
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

CARD OF THANKS
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The family of the late Mrs.
Ethel Kemp, wife of Mr
Audiey C. Kemp, wish to
thank their many friends, who
made t rsastwe as thnos

sincere sympathy during the
family's recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Bishop
Michael Eldon, Fr Gilbert
Thompson, Canon Wilham
Thompson, Fr. Dudley
Strachan, Dr. R. E. Cooper and
the many Christian contingents.

C10428
THE FAMILY of the late
Albert Edgar Curry w sh to

ri vethe manyhenek daend
shown during their per od of

C b v etha rt


and Morticians Butler Brothers.


MARINE SUPPLIES

C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurrous
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


POSITION MNTED


,
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Goodbasicaducation
MIN MUM EXPERIENCE:

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
Capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material usin
gas and electric weldin9
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport. Grand Bahama *

C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

r tpaTstbadit paiasd mn 5.
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT P I
Department, Bahame rCen
Comp P. O. Box F-100
Freep t Grand Bahama


FOR~ SALE


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C6068
REFINERY OPERATORS
GRADE"B

i inedCobn pan71maadSe "7'
Operators. Applicants should
have at least a high school
education. Must have at least
five (5) years experience in
operations of large scale
petroleum distillation
equipment and/or related
facilities.
Mail resume in confidence to:
Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C10358
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &

Cro po Ba arpEtox F-2415,

C6067
Qualified Nurse or Trained
Aide wanted to assist Doctor
to run his Clinic. Hours 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. daily, Monday to
Friday Suit married woman
with family responsibilities.
Salary related to qualifications
and experience.
Apply in writing, giving full
particuldf5 IO: Dr. Robert
Bailey. Antoni Clinic., P. O.
Box F-2575. Only Bahamians
needapply.

C6070
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
ccmtroilsmG d ProaTarten re

MnlowMedgM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

DeU ES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervise on a swing shift
se tit naatedtivitletei
we Rantrper or3e eng


eme plant. Pr rnary fa6c I es
pound boilers and accessories.
Three Turbine generators ated
res ctiveld 1 a7r

accessories.

OTNRT CET A ANeT
Department, Bahama Cement
Coem nt G raO B a F-100,

C6069
1-SALAD CHEF GARDE
MANAGER: Three years
experience in first class hotels
or restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.

NEGETM LER: C OeKyears
experience in first-class hotels
or restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.

Applicants must apply in
person to: Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Limited. P. O.
Box F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C10367
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAlpr.17-'.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MIN IMUM EXPE RI ENCE:
5-10years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES.
Inspects, repairs. replaces,
installs, adit sts and maintain
all mechanical equipment me
cemen manu acturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CON TAC T P I
Department BahamacrCer t
C P. O B F 100
Froem nt Grand Raho

C10433
EXPERIENCED INCR IT
TIONAL LOANS

ab k Can ate Iti it

n tee na to all empb k in9
statement analysis, loan
negotiations, documentation
exltonwaecit rm ms
should include GCE A level
in two subjects and GCE "O"

celu inat lea tn I hsubjects
Mathematics, and institute of

ul ntDipl Po el
Spanish essential Qualified
pe of nvrted to ML bmit
world Bank C tger,
Limited P Boo al On
passau
0432

ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
(Part Time)
Applicants for the above
position should have had at
least five years commercial
experience as senior
bookkeeper or assistant
accountant and preferably will
have spent some tme with a
professional accounting firm.
although a professional
qualification is not obligatory.
Proven experience in off-shore
company bookkeeping to final
accounts Stage, working in
dif f erent currencies is
essential, together with ability
to work accurately, neatly and
quickly. Hours of work 9 a.m
to 1 p.m., five day week
Salary according to
qualifications and experience.
teellent dreferend

Applications n own
handwnting, giving full
personal and career
anformation to P O. Box
N.8338, Nassau..
C6070
JOOBRETMTALNE: POWER HOUSE
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumat c

nsGood Proa e
knowledge.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 35

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:


os un adiry ti inne ice

o e nerea ra os otfach
comment plant. Primary facilities
include: Two 165,000
pound ballers and access ies.
Three Turbine generators rated
respot tively, 6.0 M.W., 7.5
ssor nd 12 5 M.W. and

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Cool ntyGiraO a 100,


C6062
6 GARBAGE COLLECTORS
APPLY IN PERSON-
SANITATiON SERVICES'
KEA ST., P. O. Box F771
ORT.
C6064
ADMINISTRATIVE Assis-
tant to the Treasurer of
Intercontinental Realty Ltd...,
Should be able to handle
administrative duties in
connection with detailed
accounting procedures,
financial and statistical reports
and tabulations. This position
also requires excellent
secretarial skills with great
accuracy in mathematics as
well as a substantial knowledge
of the real estate business.
Telephone 373-3020 or write
P. O. Box F-260, Freeport.
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
GMONd bMa CMeducaEtUCATION:
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspection and testing of
cement prior to release for
shipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
education. Good Cement Plant
mechanicalbackground.
MIN IMUM EXPE RIENCE:
5-10years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
aspects, repairs, replaces'
rst h e maitntia na
cement manufacturing plant,

INTE RESTED AP CA T

apartment, Bahat x CernOnt

Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN N- YARD &
QUARRY
MON IMU Ma sic EDUCATIt o
Experience in quarry
actae nha n ining and raw
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

yD iES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise activities of a
limestone quarry and crusher
including loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
crusher, operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed limestone and sand to
storage silos by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary slurry
Stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
conveyor to transport to
storage silos and overall general
supervision of the yard crew.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


FOR SALE

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

HELP WANTED
C6060
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
Electrical Engineer required.
Duties will include the design
and installation of electacal 2
phase 3 phase systems.
Supervising the installation of
all radio communication
equipment. Overseeing of
electrical rn technical
equipment (generators, pumps
and other motors). five or
more years experience.
ma ans 1 ycneed rPopp ties
International (Bahamia
Nursery Division), P. O. Box
F-778, Freeport, Grand
Bahama or telephone 352-8301
forinterview.
C6034 TITLE: PAINTER

PERVISMOR EDUCATION

vale hool graduate or
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:

UO RESPONSIBILITIES:
rofe ion nasuda b sti s e


striuctu alet steel treating and
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rson nel
apartment Baha xCem t

Freeport, Grand Bahama. '

044HEN PORTERS: Must
have previous experience of.

andngERrSe tche arae e to
do general cleaning of pots and
pans )n5 Kitchen arpeeari This j
standing.
COOK/HELPER: Must have
Some knowledge of cooking
and be able to work along with
the other cooks. Male only.
Interested persons apply: The
Grand Bahama Hotel &
Country Club, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
()ffice, between the hours of
:00 a.m. and 3: p.m., Monday
through Friday Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.
C6059
HORTICULTURIST
Horticulturist required to
oversee the landscape
maintenance of major hotel
operation. Must have extensive
knowledge of verticutting.
mowing, insecticides and
herbicides. Must work seven
(7) days per week, including
Holidays. Five years or more
experience. Bahamians only
needapply.
Contact Princess Properties
ne a p rt Ba r

Bahama or telephone 352-8301
for interview.


HELP WANTED
C6063
BOOKKEEPER required.
Successful applicant will be
responsible for keeping City
anddTravel Agentbat.aendgerswi
General Ledger control
accounts. Must handle own
correspondence, and must be
proficient in the operation of
NCR 3300 accounting
machine. Will also be
responsible for handling the
advanced deposit accounts and
credit card billings.
Relative to the foregoing,
current Police Certificate and
work references required.
Only Bahamians need apply to:
Miss M ir iam Adderley,
Person nel M anageress,
InternationalHotel.
C60351TLE: WELDER

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
h or i zontal vertical and
overhead endingg, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
RE TED APPLICANT

CONTmAnCT:BahaPer nI

Fom n .GrPandOBaBomaF-100,

C6037

FOOBREMT NL EC GENERALL
viAINTENANCE AL
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:

ecOhan ceaa ackcement plant
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Co-ordinataenceand ac v tri

including field forces, machine

srhateannadicgarai t laprovidai
inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLiCANT
C ON T AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6058
COBBLERS req u ired.
Minimum of four years
experience in all leathercraft
and shoe repair. Trainees
accepted.
Apply to: The Boot Shop,
Churchill Square or P.O. Box
F-141.
C6061
YOUNG BAHAMIANS (MALE
AND FEMALE) TO TRAIN
AS PROFE SS IONAL
DANCERS FOR BAHAMAS
AMUSEMENTS LIMITED'S
SHO W LOUNGES .
APPLICANTS MUST BE 15
YEARS OF AGE OR OVER.
APPLY IN PERSON TO MR.

FJOHNSON, PERSONNEL
AMUSEMENTS LIMITED.

06054
LAUNDRY WORKER (1):
Willing to do general laundry
work. Must know how to
operate Pressing Machine.
Female, 1 year experience
necessary.
GENERAL LABORERS (5):
Must be able to do general
cleaning for large hotel and
other labouring classed work.

LADilES TAILaORe tl)alt ra

sE r cceothe ustm h le

OPR RACTOR.AMuE RbeP RbE SS
han ge pie ofe mach neS


A ShlSTAcNhTool MANAGE R-
required. Five years experience
is required, must be able to
work on own, have pleasant
appearance and be able to
work with the general public

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


L


CG'65
To JR ESCORT (2): This
position of Tour Escort
req ires extensive periods of
time away from home. Must
have experience in dealing with
guests and also speak French
and English fluently. Be able to
help prepare activities for
guestsi"he p arha c MF ma


NIGE NitJhDITORdit/\ssisMa

have kn ledgbecof toig r e


ces. Male wh h gh

MEuctREeT Re ofO AUDITOnRd:
at a rate of 100 words per
minute, gyping required at a
rate of 65 words per minute,
must have 1 to 2 years
experience.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, PERSONNEL
OFFICE, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Elon
Martin Jr., Personnel Director.


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C10419
SALESMAN 10 years
experience. Hard working.
honest and reliable. Phone
51828.


HELP MNTED
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMI5f
ANDINSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspection and testing of
cement prior to release for
Shipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F 100
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C6034
JOB TELE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES.
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
painting, etc
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Crand Bahama.
C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
7vtAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement p ant
mechanical background
DU ES RESPONSIBLE

cal ireg telcdeforcactivitns.

pte adnc ral t laprovid ng
tree nt services for the

ONRT TE APP CA T
Department, Bahama Cernent
Company, P O. Box F-100.
report, Grand Bahama.


pr r aNo ANT WI TH
t y on years
9 ot ningwith it t nation
company with headquarters in
rNapsosnast litiesD ut es incitadne
Val uat on of securities;
accounting for forward
exchange COntracts, promiShory
notes and cornrnerC al paper
"" ""' "' -
ConsoHdation of finant a

pa tcat renSth atOd bW5rent {
The Personnel Departme
The Del tec Bank
Corporation, P. O Box N32 9
Nassau

C10408
EXPANDING HAHAM AN
INSUPANCE RROKERE
requno ambitious young man
as Tra nee Manager General
insurance oxpenence useful but
not essential The applicant
should be prepared to study
of London Chartered
InsurantP institute diplome
and shrudd have already
obta ed ObLevel G C E. in at

Apph I it Id a
own handwnten stat
experience nd edue t
Lk)0 fu 5 t Adv. 1810

4 3207. Nassau, Bahamas

C10366
JOB TITLE : 5 H OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
G.C.E "O Level or City ard
Guilds or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

de nt a mof Sthh en d
cement plant
INTERESTED AP CA T


Department, Bahama Cement
e t GrPandOBa maF 100.

LY FORD CAY CLUB
LYFORD CAY CLUB requires
a Water Sports Director
Applicant must be able to
teach water skling, sailing and
have 10 years experience as a
pMof so nal Scuba Chdere Bas
petrol r oard gin 'bo rs
necessary. Write for interview
giving full data 15 of past
experienxeNto no I Manager,


L10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
1 wish their help children

to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas? Then
consider the childcare field.
The Renturly Home for
Children is seeking the
n ...,,,astaff:

a) Women, 25/35 to live in
and care for children 2 to
6 years old. Nursery or
childcare experience
helpful.
b) Mature woman 35/50
with childcare background
and administrative
potential, to live in -
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or waling to have in
Service Training on a
contractual basis. Must be
willing to live in.

'rl5yidere ham ans w
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children. Box N1413,
Nassau.


TUITION


03G6S9
now tVVAY ACADEMimite
numberof vacanciesinGrade
One. If interested, please
contact the school at 42158


L 10431
FARM LABOURER to Irve on
for m and care for animals
Saler v: $35 $40 per week
Write to: Ns. AllanSmithP.
O Box 4867. Nassau.
C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD &
QUARRY
M IN IMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in quarry
xcavaUnga nmining andraw
9
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 35

F RESPONSIBILITIES:

me tone quarry and coushea
it ud"tooad(k'flimestor

85 re pe t it
storage ns RM by3 belt conveyor

stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
stoon 5rgostond ae Tg neto
supervision of the yard crew
INTERESTED APPLICANT

C O)N tTmA CT Bahat r on
Company. P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama '


RADE SERVICES
C10363

PATIO AWNING5 AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE

AAWNNINGS. SHUTTERS.
Ltd.
John 5. George & Co. Ltti
For free estimates and p/campt
servicocall28421

C10352
T.V.ANTENNAS.Boostersfor
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe, 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.

C10351
$1 a
f liqgg? $ $ SMS

.
Mack
& Rosevee t rv r ue
NASSAUoBAHAMAS

HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLE
EQUIPMENT NG
1ATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMSCLEARANCE

MO 1 G SVTEORYAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING

SE C AOL QUO ARTIONS
LE RATES

CONTO ET ANP N ER

2A3797 347398


C10 OL9AND T V. SERVICE

Dw sw I STeuetcan rely on
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.

C10347
TLRAORUGBELES SMALL OR
Call the Plumbe
ROBERT Mr on Wheels:-
BAILEY
p.TOjeBpohx N-56,Nassau
one 5870.


C10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
agesgirl in your shop. Very
wailing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune
P.O.BoxN-3207,Nassau. *


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Wednesday Jul 4 1973


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POII O WATE Polln wr~


P LEII WANTED


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C10341 FORSALE
FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSCI94
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to commercial
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
P.O. Box 4068
Panama City, Florida 32401


S C TE

CARS FOR SALE


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C10414
YAMAHA 200cc purple
deem dition. $450. Phone
24130 (day) 57726 (night)
Monday thru Friday.
C10413
ELEGANT BLAC K
LACQUER dining table chairs
and buffet $550 plus one
large "traditional" style bureau
and mirror $130. One small
'traditional tvb d udreeau 75.
$50. Two single beds and
headboards $135. Phone
77508.
19416
CUSTOM DESIGN
to your specify cautions at
ECONOMY PRICES
AVALIER
CONSTRUCTION
Phone: 3-5171, 3-6011
D. A. HUDSON
e VARCO-PRIDEN
METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
Distributed world wide by
IPAKINTERNA TONAL -
NASSAU. BAllAll/AS.


C103403


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






C10356

ractme mo lt arge oswl nn
poolc ahrtorlog erm $400 b
pmer mothl. Conta t 2-841
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C103046

imedialetey Modtontrose
Afnu0e. To iew, toelepghone
C10364
LARRGE OINE EROO 1
$250 pert modtonth Cal $9
ETATEphn 524777-.


C10344
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
diroom tch2n, ily ri
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
oms ae ly walled and lovely
Aircondit odtuni .mnhy w
telephone 2-1722-3.
CIO424
FOR SALE
LOT PYFROM'S ADDITION
60 by 100 only $5800. Terms
arranged. DIAL 22305, 22307,
22033.
g g g gy
= n a n 5

FTR37S2ALE OR LONG TERM
LEASE
Fine, elaborately furnished
house at Skyline Heights. Four
bedrooms and baths. Main
rooms desi gned f or
entertaining. Suitable for
diplomatic or executive
residence. 19-acres, beautiful
garden planted for privacy.
Phone 7 7205 or 2-8162 for
appoint ment to see.

FOR RENT
C10288
LITTLE ORCHARD L)
COTTAGES and apartments to
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
3 2n9g7pooll IIage. Road.
CIO332
AIRCONDITIONED one
bedroom furnished apartment
in Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, with laundry room
facilities and' master TV
antenna. Also large parking
area. For information call
5-3928 or 5-4258.
C10379
CnBuErDiRhOdO ouse,2 High


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Dewgard Shopping Plaza
Madeira Street
9 *. Box N3692
& Tel: 5-8144


C10404
Carpeing Rust Twed. Wpicen

LIVIN Rurn turean vacu
cleaner, bicycles, stereo etc.
Call 42537.


C10322


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TODAY'S


1968CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE -
$6850.00
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
good condition $2400.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
stick shift, blue $1150.00
1970 SINGER VOGUE SEDAN
automatic $950.00
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
w Vn X L FIRMOO.00
blue, stick shift $2250.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green, automatic $1000.00
1969 FORD GALAXiE
reconditioned $1000.00
1970 FIAT 124
7k sl) DGE AVENGE700.00
bargain, automatic $1500.00
19 DODGE AVENGE3R5 .
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA
red, automatic $2500.00
1969 FORD FALCON
automatic $1200.00
1969 DATSUN 5/W
stick shift, red $800.00
1969 FORD ESCORT
T9u Pd MOUTH CUS$759M00
SUBURBAN white$3500.00
1967 FORD CORTINA
white, automatic $200.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX S/W
w t9 R Em 000 $1200.00

cC3 V E MALI
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Comeinandsecus
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-4711
C10434
1971 DODGE CORONET, 4
door, air-conditioned, power
brakes, steering, automatic
transmission, vinyl top. $2950
o.n.o. (Days) 77766 (Evenings)
77764.


some sets. Cheap. 2-3901.


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CARS FOR SALE
C10411
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used cars.
Best value for your money-
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA -
7020 a %nOn ioVnE 00
7o2ma cRtDa mbssdon $3,300
standard $1,800
1972 FORD CAPRI -
automatic transmission
as9 conditioned $2,900
t71 FORD LTD -
au omatic transmission,
air conditioned $3,600
5971TVOANUXHALL VICTOR
yooma noni onA-$1,400
00n tMaASNm6ss onTE51,200
4-door, automatic
transmission, radio $1,100
19700oCHEVROLET IMPALA-
transmission, radio $2,500
1970 RAMBLER SST. -
automatic transmission $1,800
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON.-
4-door standard $800
1970 TOYOTA COROLLA-
1 ORINO $1,200
2-door *As Is* $1,000
1969 FORD CORTINA -
4-door $1,100
1969 FORD TORINO G.T .
2-door $1,500
1969 MORROW MINI -
6 VdOLKSWAGEN $600
FASTBACK- $900
IC NT NECNOTLNL-
air conditioned
automatic transmission $3,500
ABC MOTORS
Coins Avenue
Centreville
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8.00 a.m. to 5 p.m

FOR SALE
C10394
MYERS MOVING SALE
Furniture Early American

i re e
of Soldier Road on Prince
Charles. Turn right on
Yellowsilk Lane.


FOR SALE
C10390
SOLID MAPLE bedroom suite,
dining room suite, end tables,
bookcases and various other
household goods. Call 5-8210.
Shiriey Park Avenue.

C10386
1967 Chrysler
Sewing machine
Massage Vibrator
Vacuum
Bicycle
Bookshelf
Side tables
Car (battery)
Toys and Games
Telephone 77885.


C10365
CHOICE C OM MER CI AL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
large spacious building in front.
$95,700. Call 5-1623.
C10423
FOR SALE
ON THE WATER'S EDGE
RA ASTIdealTROPI Ae
family has four bedrooms 3
baths, plus maids quarters,
sun-porch beach, dock.
KI FI2S2H- W4 Seeearer ime
41197
C10400
RESIDENTIAL LOT 101' x
81 Sapphire Ridge in Sans
Souci. Price: $6,500 or nearest
ee Call 2-1751 days 4-1122
C10420
FOR SALE
WOODLAND OFF VILLAGE
tRw CDrnersSp uwoho eio
lots. Fruited. 20 x 40 POOL
PATalOs Ar rtfor t woorck hs
generator Central Air, on
water problems. Has THREE
BEDROOMS 2V2 BATHS.
Asking, $85,000.00
F tion dial 22033, evenings


C10345
One efficiency apartment, and
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.
C10397
LARGE 4 bedroom, 3
bathroom house with study,
family room and breakfast
room. 2 car enclosed garage
Q uset neig h bourhood.
Rte m$ O Pmoth.S re
43742.
C10415
FURNISHED Apartments on
the cean aircond ebd, fu
monthly basis suitable couple.
Phone Mrs. McGinty 7-8341
after 11 a.m.
C10380
FURNISHED three bedroom
two bath house in Seebreeze
s, a condi o
room, automatic washer and
dryer. $400.000 Phone 5-8512.


C10354
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2% baths, living
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, ,?il to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished. Iarge patio and cool.
11a8dscaped, aring r tt
central airconditioning. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10421
FOR SALE
OUT EAST GOOD
LOCATION. 2% bedrooms 2
baths, sitting. dining den, plus
enclosed grounds garage
maids quarters Water rights.
Under $4 5, O 0 0 O 0
WOODLAND Corner Plot. A
farnily3 pleaser. 2-storey afatai
Sitting, dining, porch.
Furnished only $42,000.00
CORNER HOUSE EAST
BAY. 3 bedrooms 2% baths'
sitting, dining, den, f furnished'
Oe,0p)Iot00f la n und
substantial mortgage. Has
income $600 month. Better
class homes since 1945.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, 41197.

C10435
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS living
room, dining room, breakfast
room den, beautifully
f uirnistled, aiRcordditionMdrtga
available. $55,000.00.
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH, sunken
living room, dining room'
fam ly roomed "arpor it e

4Ti 00. High Vista.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS, living
room. dining room,
airconditioned, patio, large lot,
furnished. Mortgage available
Nassau East. $39,000.00.
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, living
room, dining room, family
room. Large lot, needs little
repairs Nassau East.
$33,000.00.
2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH,
li dine g traoom{ot kitc n
$28,000.00. Unfurnished. A
good buy.
13 UNIT APARTMENT
BUILDING, 10 two bedrooms,
3 one bedroom, furnished,
laundry room. Extra lot for
parking. Asking $280,000.00
All rented.
12 APARTMENTS 8 Stores,
parking lot, good commercial
area, round investment. Asking
$350,000.00
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
CENTREVILLE Has 3 years
lease $850.00 per month.
Asking $78,000.00
LOT IN HIGH VISTA, selling
,000.0market price. Only

HARBLOOUTRS AgNoodbCORAL
LOT IN NASSAU EAST. Only
$6,000.00
IF YOU WANT TO SELL
YOUR HOUSE OR LOT LIST
IT WITH US, WE MEAN
BUSINESS.
NASSAU REAOL ES TE

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C10410
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
1971 VIVA 2 Dr.
Aun.V XHALL VIVA$1695
2 Dr. Auto. Blue $1795
1968 PONTIAC STRATO
CHIEF Yellow $1400
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER -
4 Dr. Auto. White $995
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. 2000 Std. Green $2950
1967 TRIUMPH 1300 -
Red Std $800
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. S/W Yellow $475
1973 VICTOR W F.E -
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970 FORD CAPRI -

rO a eR SST 0
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU S.S
AutoA/C $2700
1971 MERCURY -
A/C 4 Dr., Maquis $5500
1970 TRIUMPH 1300 $1450
1968 HILLMAN -
1971 FORD CAPRI -
Auto, Blue $1950
1968 VAUXHALL $895
VICTOR STD.-
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field


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VW 1967 in good condition.
$500 or nearest offer. Owner
leaving island. Phone 4-3046-

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son 2RO RTS.
:::: :n, 2, di llere
s3tada In M ia
Bay as part of the
Independence Celebrations
sports agenda.
A spokesman for the
Regatta Conunittee said that
the Independence Regath will

I plargetree:ti o he I
entr\ of boats for this special
event Also sailing will be a
number of internationally
known skippers from Florida.
Accord ing to the
spokesman, the ( onunittee has
seen busy all week towing
working boats to Nassau from
ca, unance un, ,sana me,
Andros for the race.
,
and all large class A & 8 heats
at .'.30 p.m.
The soute will begin Hons
att-shore Montagu lini and will
go all the wal to the south side
of Polyi Rock, whwh lies
adpcent to Rose island
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