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UNITED BAPTIST
CHOIR CONCERT
I Ml United Baptist Choir
will present .i summer concert
at 8 tomorrow .it th
Baptist Chui
and Shirley Streets. This public
concert will be in connection
w 11 h s pei !.i I Bapl i-i
pre-Independence sen i
I he 100 voice choir, under
the direction ol Rev. Dwight C.
Clark, is composed of members
from 20 Baptist Churches in
and is undei the
ship ot the Bahamas
Baptist Missionary and
Educational Convention, Mr.
Lincoln Cox is chairman of the
. Committee
and Mr. Maxwell Stubbs is
president of the choir.
\ for the
mil be Mrs. Ruin Ann
Darling and Mrs. Dwight C.
i I ured soloists will be
Mrs. Lillymae Brown. Mr.
ChiUian Portier, Miss Pamela
nd Mr. Brendolph Butler
: let will be Rev.
Alfred Brown and Mrs. Manna A men's chorus, a
women's chorus. and a
women's mo composed of Mis
Mutelyn Dorsett, Mrs Edith
Mackey. and Mr- Mariam
Strachan, will also sing.
New Providence is a small
m.l with most places not far
in other placet and most
people travelling by car. As
traffic builds, so do the
problems and manoeuvring a
(icon can give large
dachas. This is where the
[ Mini Clubman comes into its
I: IS both a saloon car
and a wagon. With the back
seat m place, it has all the
luxurv ol a touring car. fold
the back seat down and it turns
into a vehicle with enough
space to be a local delivery van.
You really get two cars for the
price of one.
Swing open the double rear
doors. Inside, with the rear seat
folded down, there are 36
cubic feet ol space. With the
real scat up, the car becomes
quite a spacious four-seater.
And the seat can be moved
easily and effortlessly within
seconds.
Some estate wagons have
side- which, stick out and get
bashed In. The Mini is smooth
and straight from front to rear.
Ihe whole exterior has a look
nt a much more expensive car
with a si ululated wood
live wide strip running
along the sides and across the
rear double doors. The longer
wheelbase gives much better
roadholding.
The interior of the Mini
Clubman 1 state also offers a
great deal. The fascia has been
re-designed and there is a new
steering wheel. Fresh air
ventilation nyikcs driving ,i
even on those hot
I he floors including the
real are covered with
felt-backed carpeting and the
body itself is all-steel of
.notary construction. Seat belts
can be ordered. as can
automatic transmission,
r.ikc-adjusting front seats.
radial-ply tires and wheel trims.
The new fascia incorporates
a read dials and gauges
speedometer, fuel and water
temperature gauges, warning
lights to show flashers working.
headlamp high-beam, low oil
pressure and no charge in the
battery.
FOUR-SPEED
Standard on the Mini
Clubman Estate is a four-speed.
all synchromesh transmission
with a centre-floor gear change
lever. The engine has
four-cylinders and a 998 CC
capacity.
Electricity is supplied by a
12-volt battery, and a single
lever on the steering column
controls the horn, headlamp
flashers, dip-switch and
self-cancelling direction
flashers.
The Mini Clubman Estate
isn't the only small car
produced by British Leyland.
There are four others the
850, the 1000, the Clubman
and the 1275 GT.
These are saloon cars with a
capacity for four people to ride
easily and in comfort in spite
of the samll size of the vehicle.
The Mini 850 has a
direct-acting gear lever and the
1000 has a sporty
remote-control gear shift.
Automatic transmission is
optional on the 1000. There
are five-and-a-half feet of trunk
-pace which is considerable for
so compact a car.
Hie Clubman is the latest
addition to the Mini family.
This car too is a four seater
with new, soft, wide, contour-
ed seat. It has a longer, more
sleek hood with a stylish grille
and built-in headlamps. The
Mini Clubman also offers
all-round independent
SHIPPING
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ARRIVING TOMORROW
Mardi Gras from Miami
WEATHER
WIND: South-easterly to
south 5 to 16 m ph.
WEATHER: Eair, few
showers likely
SEA: Smooth to slight
TEMP Min tonight 73 Max.
tomorrow 89
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Thursday, July 5, 1973.
Zhs Irtbunr
Charles Revson claims the ultimate in skin care
By Daphne Wallace Whitfield
BEAUTY HAS BEEN THE PREOCCUPATION of poets, artists, and men throughout history
consequently the cultivation and enhancement of beauty has been the preoccupation of women
throughout history.
Advances in science have
doubled the average life span
of man over the last five
centuries, but this in turn has
given women a preoccupation
with retarding the aging
process. In the Western world
women may be getting their
civil rights and equal job
opportunities but there is still a
double aesthetic standard. The
face and body of an old, lined
be-jowelled woman produces
shudders hence the
phenomenon of an old film
actress being carefully
photographed in heavy stage
makeup inside with flattering
soft lighting while Picasso is
photographed outside in
bathing trunks over which
hangs his protruding belly yet
his devoted young mistress
adored him to the end.
Ultima 11 Charles Revson's
luxury line of cosmetic,
fragrances. suncare, nail
treatment, body contour and
buffing collection is being
introduced to Nassau at The
MR. CHARLES REVSON,
one of the "Beautiful People"
and creator of beauty
products for aspiring
beautiful women.
and dare I say it in print? -
Well, this is supoosed to be a
column for Women sagging
breasts?
Charles Revson is confident
that his skin care products to
which he has given his own
initials C.H.R. will retard the
degenerative processes of aging.
All his C.H.R. skin treatment
products contain collagen This
product is neither a hormone
nor a synthetic, but is a protein
which has long been known to
be the underlying factor in all
young firm skin. At last this
factor has been isolated and
stabilized and put into a pure
water soluble form.
Charles Revson believes that
this product "may be the
crowning accomplishment of
my 40 years of research in
skincare".
Serious skin care treatment
should begin at twenty-five
experts say. but so confident is
Mr. Revson of his new product
that he claims that fifty or
sixty is not too old to start.
Tropical
Exterminators
Pest Control
MRS. MARGUERITE PINDLING, wife of the Prime Minister, is seen with MissEstela
Principe, left, Ultima II International Beauty Consultant and Miss Patricia Benjamin, the
local representative for Ultima II. Ultima II. Charles Revson's luxury line of cosmetics, is
being introduced at the Nassau Shop this week. Miss Benjamin and Miss Principe will be
on hand to lend their expert guidance.
NOTICE
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to the public at 1:00 p.m.
MONDAY JULY 9th.
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ASPECTS
LIVING
Nassau Shop. Miss Patricia
Benjamin, the local
representative, told me on
Tuesday that Ultima 11 is
Revlon's prestige line in
make-up the ultimate and
as such had to be located in the
best shop in Nassau.
The Ultima 11 counter is
located immediately at the
entrance to the Nassau Shop.
Miss Benjamin and Miss Estela
Princ ipe, Ulti ma 1 1
International Beauty
Consultant, who is in Nassau
for the week to lend her expert
guidance in this introduction
of these fine cosmetics, have
been rushed off their feet. Miss
Benjamin says that it is the
ordinary Bahamian woman
who has shown such an interest
and willingness to accept
beauty advice.
"I find the Bahamian
women are very conscious of
their looks now They insist on
the best" says Miss Benjamin
who is confident that Ultima
11 is the best.
Miss Principe says that
Ultima 11 is the most refining
cosmetic created by Charles
Revson and that it is up to date
in treatment, colours and lines.
Miss Benjamin likens her job
to that of a doctor and
pharmacist. She prescribes for
the individual beauty problem
and then fills in the
prescription with detailed
instruction on how to use it.
The cosmetics like all
quality cosmetics are
glamourously packaged and
have such evocative names of
colours as navy blue red. status
red and pink pongee. All the
new bright pinks are there
including the brand new pinks
and mauves in eye shadows.
The Ultima 11 consultants
at the Nassau Shop keep cards
on all their clients with
detailed information of
products used This is intended
to facilitate their customers
who might perhaps forget the
name or colour of the product
they use and to encourage and
facilitate gift buying. You have
a gift to buy for a friend? Just
go to Miss Benjamin at the
Ultima 1 I counter. She will
extract your friend *s card from
her files and inform you in
detail the exact products used
by your friend. This removes
all wondering, guessing and
liklihood of mistakes
Are you wondering by now
how come Ultima II? I was
also curious about the name
and learned that it was the
name of Mr. Revson's yacht.
Any guesses whose yacht is
Ultima II?
Is skin care and treatment
your problem rather than
cosmetics? Do you worry
about crows eyes, sagging chin
MARCOS SEEKS MANDATE
CEBO CITY, PHILIPPINES
(AP)- Philippine President
I crdinand E, Marcos said
Wednesday he will seek a mandate
to continue his martial law regime
Juring the national referendum
July 27.
Marcos said this in a conference
with some 200 local elective
government officials in Cebu, 360
miles (579 km) routheast of Manila.
He said: *We want lo see to it
that we know the answer to the
question whether our people will
give us a new mandate.'
It was the first regional meeting
of provincial governors and
municipal mayors with Marcos
Mtuc lie deciareu a national martial
law nine months ago.
Marcos said that the mandate
would be in consonance with the
provisions of the new national
constitution which came Into effect
last Jan. 17.
iDtm^Ubt
By Abigail Van Buren
6 l7J n CMcan Tiltaaa-N. V. Nawi in*., lac
DEAR ABBY: My sister and her husband have never
had children of their own, so they have taken a special
interest in ours. I think this is very nice, out I resent very
much having my sister tell my children EVERYTHING
from the year one that has happened in our family.
There are things I have not told my children because I
feel that no good purpose would be served in their knowing.
Besides, people have a right to turn over a new leaf and
live things down in their past, and I've never believed in
passing along gossip that has been dead and buried for
years.
Now my kids are telling me they didn't know Grandpa
served a year and a day in prison. [He did. But so what?
He has paid his debt to society.] Also, that Aunt Marge
"had to" get married. And a cousin they never knew had to
be put away in a mental institution. Things of that nature.
Every family has a few skeletons, and ours is no differ-
ent, but I resent this sister hauling them out for our
children to see, if I prefer to keep them in the closet. If
I am wrong, please tell me so. UPSET
DEAR UPSET: I can't mmxle your sifter and neither
can you. But do tell her exactly what you have told me.
and hope If there are any other skeletons the hasn't hauled
out. the will leave them be.
DEAR ABBY: Robbie and I are both 26 and have been
as
She wants the family's
skeletons left in closet
happily married for over a year. But one problem, which
will probably sound ridiculous to you, has me at the end of
my rope. Please don't laugh.
Abby, his heels are so rough that sleeping in the same
bed with him is actually hazardous! His heels rake and
scrape my pc r sensitive legs and feet at night and leave
my skin sore.
I have tried every way I know to end this nocturnal
battle. I've purchased softening lotions and pumice stones
and have placed them in or by the shower where he has to
see them. The result? Zilch!
Please, Abby, suggest some way I might persuade him
to use something on those heels of his to relieve my dis-
comfort. ROBBIE'S MUTILATED SPOUSE
DEAR SPOUSE: Quit playing garnet. At bedtime, tell
Robbie you have a treat for him. then YOU tenderly apply
the lotion to his rough heels. Presto! Problem solved.
DEAR ABBY: In my dentist's office there is a sign
which reads, "For your health's sake and the comfort of
others, please don't smoke."
How do you like it? A FAN IN BOULDER
DEAR FAN: Like It? I love It!
ProblemiT You'll feel better if you get it off your cheat.
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By LYNDA CRAWLY
OVER 1,400 FASHION CONSCIOUS BAHAMIANS assembled in he Crown Ball Room of the
Paradise Island Hotel and Villas last night to view the Eastern Airlines and Essence Magazine
fashion show. The show, held to commemorate the occasion of the Bahamas Independence, was
given under the patronage of Mrs. Marguerite Pindling, wife of the Prime Minister.
M rs. Pindling was half an Hehumas fashion shows. that it provided by Paul Hanna's Trio
hour late for the show. which left the audience spell-bound Among the political
was schedule for opm it and wanting to see more. The personalities present were Mrs
eventually got under wa\ at 10 glamourous trip through time Marguerite Pindling, wife o
p.nl featured the creations of top the Prime Minister, Mr. an
in keeping with th<. Black American designers Mrs. Arlington Butler: Ministe
historkal significance of the Scott Barrie. Russell of Tourism. Clement Maynar
occasion the show "A Fushion Boulangelaire. Alvin Costello, and Mrs Maynard, Hom
Odyssey From Then fo Now Milton Farguar. Willie Affairs Minister Anthon
And Beland." was s<> short Ferguson. (a Bahamian Roberts and Mrs. Roberts.Sen
and out of the ordinary working in New York). Hiroko. and Mrs. L. 8 Johnson, Sen
compared to the usual Byll Lester, Earl Lovell. Bert and Mrs Diville Iurnques
t
N kileto 110 njilli aun s Mr 1( aritte ul rairberabenefit th

CH ARGED WITH e.3, s... ,,. we... ..i s o, on e ve n-
Runnic Williams Committee, the Centre for th
BAllAMIAN MODELS Dealand Dumb andStapledo
Egygg Bahamian models who were School for the Mentall

MilDR D THRAV lected by Eastern and Retarde .
IMURU R I UUR I I ssence representators to SIR MILO TO
RITERT Seymour. 43. a 1rst jere is halicas
McPherson Street stevelore Cyprianna Munnings; Princes BE HONOURED
who was arrested by police Hanna. (a Bahamian who is
Wednesday, was charged this now a New York model), Ella
morning with attempted Bostion. Theodore Ingraham "" """ "

nmSrdemour is jointly charged I I neyKn leslive P 1' SIR MILO and Lady Butl
with stevedore Norman Clare and 1)aphanic White "ill be guests of honour at t
h
of the June '0 stabbing >f \cw York nmJels selecteel Bahamas Chamber
longshoreman lligah Campbell were Hillie Blair. Yvonn< lommerce Independen
on Bay Street near Union Clark. Pat Clelend Rosliti banquet \Yednesday, it w
Wharf Fulton. Suble Emgh Beeriz announced today. The banqu
will take place in the Polar
chi epleaded n n
separately in connection with fashons for Bla km from S k f th
the stabbing on June ll before slaval to freedom, wasdilided pear or Jamese elveningh
Magistrate Im manuel ine> six enes, the list wing President of Howar
()sadehay. called ( ration in t us scene University wluch earlier th
lie also pleaded not guilty the models wore a sturne year awarded an honor

art to unrtakr preliminary inquiry into the Th s was fnllowed by a scene Lynden O Pindling

cli jil <1!& itered a stab talled lierital r raPv htile Wu lun t od td at n
yound in the abdomon. He is cotton picking dresses designed the ( commonwealth
li ed'ri ce r ass rjul ti t by Mintd v1Lill 11 tons from the Independence celebrations. I

N was met at te airport
OPERATIC SOCIETY it... "'1otto '""!en ?";"""In???neen,""?"n
designed h\ Billy Snow. 11ind Stephen Strachan.
Malone, lbroke and 1:ar Programme for the eveni
LevellSLl\KY BOlill S "eludes cocktails at 7:30 p.m
EXPATRIATE EX ODIIS dinner at 8 30p.m.,address
following tu scene. Dr. Cheek, a fastuon show a
Till \\SSAl Amateur tashings front the 40 s. M) s Jancing.
oper ial to ots \ 1le, I ( 1ar ul In[its;I11 JdTh <5 HAITIAN SKIPPER

the next two weeks designed by Stephen Burrows.
The mounts are teachers (winner of the Codi Award) FINED FOR
prom I ngland who are going and 'do tour <>wn thing OVERSTAYING
back home tasiums h\ Bert Middleton rAPTAIN Joseph Lubi
gr. Michael Stewart. t wo Andsom work garnients and charged with overstaying t
president of the Society said fashion accessories for the time granted him by t
todaythatthisisa"bigbiteof show werecontributedby ImmigrationDepartmentw
the membership. t he we \assau stores- fined $80 or 30 days in priso
"Every year we have one or Madentmselle, Mic-Mac, on Tuesday
cloth Closet d 8 II
two people leaving and tius is es an onevi e Lubin, in charge of the sm
not too bad." he said, but this a w York she >s who IIaitian sloop 1rois Ro
b
yea t is staggeriqd' that thus contnbuted were. Famouslurek Mages" egi trationilt ratm

are losing a great deal of their (shoes), Alexis I rks charge.
"valuable performers." ( jewellery ), Ju es er He was accused of remain
The Society has presented (jewellery) and San ler o in the colony for more th
such operas as "Guys ural Boston (shoes) I h the 72-hour period given h
Dolls." "Fiddler on the Root 110 ordinator <(ll t to sk by the Immigrati

nidernorett c) re e 1 1 ut totg he exac y laat lievans r njeu e pon his arri
one of New York s top models
we tr t tell r 1 1 ha le is Lynn Taylor, public relations fle was arrested
director for Essence, narrated migration o icer R.
received a few more the entire show which was on Johnson on June 29 when
applications from expatriates, to we was noticed his boat was stil
We are also actively loolong IMembers of the fashion port.
for Bahamian members, he show committee were: Gwen

said4t present the society's Forbes Kelly, Vernice Cooper,
membership is 75 per cent Cherry Bethell, Stella Cox,
expatriate Lillian Major, Irene Bethel
Mr. Stewart invited Mildred Dillette, Roy Davis,
niembership to anyone Harold Munnings and Ernest
interested in joining. Strachan.
There are openings for Master of ceremonies was
singers and people interested in Charles Carter, programme

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By MIKE LOTHIAN
SCORES OF OFFICIAL STATE DELEGATES,
members of the Press and just ordinary tourists are
pouring into Nassau as dozens of craftsmen work at
fever pitch to complete last-minute preparations for the
Bahamas independence celebrations.


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testivities, ha own are
racing the niussile ,ob averting
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maior atticial activities until


has a player service scheduled
there on Sundal.
Structural work on the
pavilian to accommodate
official guests appears to be
completed The 8.000-seat
bleache are finished, as are
the light towers and the stage.
But toda\ work had only just

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inde De nden ce Secretariat
r nains confident all the
pm paration will he complete
in time for the celebrations.
As the preparations near
a replenan the programme of
vients celebrations are slowly building
up to the climax on the tenth.
le terday, the national pool
11:1pionships were held.
I .,day the cycling
unpionships were held and
three-day independence
egatta got underway in
10atagu Bay.
TOMORROW'S EVENT
Iamorro w s eve nts,
although highlighted by Prince
harles' arrival at a p m.,
ad the welcoming
cranony in Rawson Square
hard\ after, include the
independence Games, where a
number of track and fwki
records are expected to be
broken, and a folklore show.
On So t or da y the
nd < pendence ga It
dumpions!ups are heduk O nig nith the marath swin
race. .It Government lin:m .
hinee Charles will men i
the members of the Cabinet
the Press and state delegates
Saturday s programon Jun
..th the national all su
baseball game at the Queen
1 lizabeth Sports Centre.
Sunday will be marked hi

title estunenical ru tyer writi
unning, the opening of the
\ational Arts and Crafts
1 thiNnon at Jumbey Village
in the afternoon and
ussau Bantonical Gardens in
he elening.
Events on Monks will begin
with the cornerstone laying for
the Central Bank and a visit to
the Pace College hi Prince
Charles in the morning.
On Mondal night (liff ord
Park will he the centre at
attention. A musical and
cultural presentation is
wheduled to begin at 10 pin.
followed by a short plater
service.
At 1.':01 am l ugsaul, Jull
10, the Bahamas will become
independentandthatnew
status in the international
Community will be marked b)
the raising of the flag at
Clifford Park, followed by a
massive fireworks display.

Betitl3LUE9AS GI 1 1 10:30
Tuesday morning the world
ta mous "Blue Angels,"
precision aerobatic team of the
RS, Navy, will perfor n over
Clifford Park.
Meanwhile, at Clifford Pa1rdk
Prince harles wIII has
the constitutional instruments
"ver to Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling and read a
message to the Bahamian
people from his mother, the
Queen. The Prime Minister and
the Leader of the Opposition
* 11 reply. Shortly after, the
Prime Minister will receive
state delegates in his office'
and will host a reception at
Government House before
lus ch. the afternoon a float


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THIS WOMAN WALKS AWA7FROM REASON SQUARE TODAY, but tomorrow it
will be the focal point of interest when HRH Prince Charles arrives to be welcomed in the
Square and spend five days here before handing Prime Minister Pindling our
constitutional instruments for our independence from Britain. Workmen were busy today
la r carpet on the floor of the gold crown-topped dais, shown centre. Photo:


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Seven nations have sent their
regrets. The are Austrut,
Guatemala, Japan, Norway,
Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
The Secretariat has released
a partial list of the names of
heads of delegations from each
country that has accepted an
invitation. No word has yet
been received on who will
represent the United States,
although the acceptance is in.
Thelistincludessevenheadsof
Government, 14 Cabinet
Ministers, two Senators, three
deputy heads of Government,
25 ambassadors, one general
and one count. Some
individuals hold more than one
title.
Following is the list of 52
countries:
Antigua The Ilon. G. 11.
Walters, Premier; Argentina -
His lixcellency, Loerte ousano,
Ambassador to Jamaica;
Australia II.E., Sir James
Plimsol tatembassador to the

Barbados Senator, the
lion. George Moe, Minister of
Foreign Affairs; Belglum -
II.E. Walter Loridan; Bermuda
Sir Edward Richards,
Premier; Belize Senator, the
Ilogi. Joesph C. Gray; Bolivia -
II.E., Sr. General Federico
Arana Serruda, Ambassador
li xtrordinar y and
Plenipotentiary (E.P.); Brazil -
11.1., Sr. Carlos Federico
Duarte Goncalves Da Rocha,
Ambassador to Panama; British
Virgin Islans The Hon.
Willard Wheatley, Chief
Minister.
Canada The Rt. Hon.
Warren Almand ,
Solicitor-General, and 11.1:.,
J.M. Harrington, High
Commissioner-designate;
Cayman Islands The Hon.
W.W. Connoly, Executive
Councillor: Chile II.E.,
IIumberite Daiz Casanueva,
Ambassador; Costa Rica The

n{stel)r.M(Sol gn AFaaci
Cuba Dr. Raul Roa, Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
I)enmark H.E. Vagn
II offmeer Hoel g ga rd .
Ambassador to Mexico
Dominica The Hon. R.O.P.
Armour, Deputy Prime
Minister; Dominican Republic
- Licenciado, Carlos Goico
Morales, Vice-President.
Ecuador H.E., Dr. Isido De
Icaza Plaza, Ambassador to
Venezuela; El Salvador II.E.,
Dr. Jos Roberto Jovel Pineda,
Ambassador to the Dominican
Republic.
Federal Republic of
Germany The IIon. Dr.
Laurity Lauritzen, Minister of

pire motl'rance General

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Plenipatentiary, GIcece 11.1 .
Cleon Katsambis; Canada -
The Ilon. Eric Guiry, Premier;
Guyana II.E. Mrs. Winnifred
Gaskin, High Commissioner in
Jamaica.
Haiti (no information yet):
Honduras The Ilon.
Licenciada Richardo Pineda,
Minister of foreign Affan s.
leeland II.E. Hamidur
Kroyer, Ambassador to the
United States: Isreal 11.1.
Simcha Dinita. Ambassador to
the United States; itals 11.1
ligidio Ortonu, Ambawalor
E.P.
Jamaica 11.1. Adolphe
Thompson 11 Ipb
Commissioner/ Resalent, and
Senator, the Ilon. 1)udles J.
Thompson, Minister of Stag in
the Office of the Paine
Minister..
Luxembourg -- t he am.
M.M. Mart, Minister or
Economy and Mmister of

Totrrism, Iransport and
Mexico -- 111. Jnse
Caballero, Ambassador
Monaco Count 130 1 esseps
Ambassador lixtraorthnarl an<
Plenipotentiar\; Montserrat
The Ilon. 1.A. her.
Netherlands -- 11.1. Andre
Marie Brink, Ambassador:.
Nicaragua The f low 1)r.
Alehandre Mentiel Arquells.
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Nigeria The Ilon. 1.O.
Okunnu.
Panama (no information
yet); Puerto Rica -- Ihe lion.
Victor M. Pons. Jr., Secretary
of State. St. Kitts-Nevis-
Anguilla The ilan. Robert
Bradshaw, Premier; St. Lutia -
The llon. John (;.M. Compton,
Premier; St. Vquent The
Hon. James 1 Mitchell,
Premier; Sweden -- The Ilon.
(.. Lonacus. Swedish
( onsul-General in New York.
Switzerland li.E. Dr. Rene
Keller, Ambassador: Trinklad
and Tobago ThtPilon li to

Caicos -- The lion. A.V.
Butter ield, I xecut ive
Councillor,
United Kingdom -- Lord and
Lady Bainiel, Sir Duncan and
Lady Watson, and Mr. John
Treadwell 11 Igb
Com missioner-designate:
United States of America (no
information yet). United States
Virgin Islands -- The IIon.
Athniel C. Ottley. Lt.
Governor; Vene/uela -- 11.1.
Ramon Adolfo Illaramendi,
Ambassador.

U.K. TO GIVE US
ROSE BOWLS
LONDON: The British
government is to present silver
rose bowls to the Bahamas to

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Corporation has hung the new
independence decoration
Jews Ba:, Street to replace the
(mainbov sununer ones.
Coloural ni ar lins
flaningues, pincupples, conch
shelb and I'.ibn trands hung

la 1 atT{ 1 along witil
Other nual points where
decaut ions at Un ion knuis
appeared include the
light house at Ihe astern end at
Paradise island the Enx Hill
Parade, the Water Tower.
Prince Georee Wharf (where
the Minerva \\ill tic opt Nas.au
International Airport, the
roundahouts at Poinciana
Drive-Nasson Street-Thompson
Boulevard and Paradive
Bridge-Mucket Street-Bay, onel
along the length of
Independence ilighwal (the
Fast-West Highwas h:tween
lurout Road and Robinson
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HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS
Prince Garles, who arrives in
Nassau tom. rrow at 4:45 p.m.
aboard 11 MS Minerva
accompanied by a flotilla of
local boats, is likely 1.. -
gr*eted ey rain, if the recent
weather pattern continues.
So far this week, we have
been experiencing warm sunny
morn ings, bu t rainy
afternoons.
According to a
Meteorolo gic al off ice
spokesman, the weather
conditions are "quite normal
for this time of the year."
And. not quite full of
confidence, the spokesman said
that this weather pattern
"could continue for the next
couple oldaysormonths."
The Prince will represent his
mother, Queen Elizabeth, at
the Bahamas independence
celebrations which began
yesterday 11< will remain in
the Bahamas until July 11
Immediately after the Prince
arrives, he will inspect the
Guard of Honour. Shortly
after eala < ni i"eRemo%

Square
Later tomorrow evening, the
Prince will attend the
Independence games at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre: and a Folklore show at
the Le Cabaret Theatre. .
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
A PRELIMINARY inquiry
into a charge of entry by night
against St. James Road butler
Robert Bethell, 27, opened in
the lower court before
Magistrate Emmannel
Osadebay on Tuesday.
Bethell is also charged with
stealing. He pleaded not guilty
to both counts.
The youth is accused of
entering the Pilot House Club
HotelroomofMr.Jacqueline
Francois and steahng 2,350
guilders and U.S. 5280
together valued at $35 .

POLICE PROBE FIRES
THE FIRI S which damaged
an abandoned wooden house
on Quarry Mission C orner, oft
Nassau Street and the Fox
Brothers Used Furniture store
on Dowdeswell Street, are

under polif eis ur ig last
mght o thin no

the inside of the buildings, a
spokesman for the fire brigade
said.





POLE LAMPS


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FIFTY-TWO COUNTRIES and seven heads of state have
accepted invitations to the Bahamas' Independence celebrations
phich begin today. The Independence Secretariat is still waiting
for replies from Colombia, Iran and Sierra Leone.




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THE CUSTOMS DUTIES (ONIONS,
(NO. 1) ORDER, 1973


In the exercise of the powers conferrul
Llpoll the Governor by section 9(1 ) of The
Tariff Act. the following Order is hereby
made:

1. This Order may be cited as The
Customs Duties Onions (No. I ) Order,



2. The duties of customs on onions shall
be the Minimum duty of thirty cents (30c)
)er 100 lbs. as set out in Article 23 of Part
1 of the Second Schedule to the Tariff Act,

3. The Customs Duties (Onions) Order.
1973 is hereby revoked.


ORDE RED this 29th day of June 1973.


Sgd JOHN PAUL
Governor
BY HIS EXCELLENCY'S COMMAND



CARLTON E. FRANCIS
Minister of Development


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WASHINGTON (AP)
Special prosecutor Archibakt
1,::.,; ::: io:::,::
now on who will be indicted

to Wa adte e. Anest as d
if he finds that a member of his
staff was the source for news
reports on indictment
n'commendations, the man will
*
( ox made his statement
following a broadcast news
report Wednesday that
conspiracy indictments against
tour of President Nixon s
former advisers were

recommended last week by the
tree original Watergate
pr< CSuto .ews said three

20; istant ptros cuto .ater at

positions last Friday, told C ox
that the investigation of the
political-espionage scandal and
its cover-up was 85 per cent
complete
This morning, Cox issued
the following statement:
It would be irresponsible
and unprofessional for me to
make any statement about our

ri et ne ivith cirpect h
likelihood."
"I am confident that no
member of my staff has been
guilty on so gross a breech of
professional ethics. If the
contrary develops, the
individual at fault will be
immediately dismissed.
"Although it will be my
usual policy neither to confirm
nor deny such speculation as
the CBS report, the unusual
circumstances make it
appropriate to point out that
the grand jury investigation is
>ot nearly complete. It would
)z grossly premature for us or
anione else to reach even
nut)t ve concillisiollits as to wh<
prosecuted."

ARIi0IIS 10 110

W idlOld M 8 fillS
WAS11INCI Senate H 0 rol colunlittee
has dropped a rather pointed
111nt that Martha Mitchell not
attend the alergJte h0Jnngs
next week when her husband,
former Attorney General JohIT
..
N. Mitchell, testif ies.
it is understood that the
flamboyant and outspoken
Mrs. Mitchell has rejected the
.
committee softer to provide
her with a colour television set
in a private room if she11staY
away.
1 he 1 1. s Irn t P
much up to her whether she
attends the heanngs. and he
doesn t know if she 11 be there.
One of the points Mitchell is
expected to be questioned
Closely on is whether ht
resigned as chairman of the
President s reelection campaign
because of Watergate or
because of an ultimatum from
his wife.
BOY CHARGED IN DEATH
OF HIS BABYSITTER
FLOKIDA (AP) An Syear-oh!
*' atalictuarge wi st eerr

/ q\< dg n
Tueson after windsor Miller died
in a Jacksonville hospital. On June
21e iI li o e n king after
Hamitide Detective LC. Wilson
a iner as vern ryinC<
hecame angered when ordered to go
insjachhisle inpparendy went
inside the house, tound the
babysitter's revolver and fired three
ots,>refeedry \s0nTakd.MiHer in
Police said Miller was treated at a
hospital and released but returned
later when his head wound refused
w heat
"We wrote murder on the report,
but I don't know exactly what they
call it over there (at the juvenile
home). The was they talked thev
are going to try him," Wilson sail
However, a juvenile facility


counselor said the how was charged
with murder "just as if he were an
wait."
""""n said after the shooting the
how was released in the care of his
parent, but was "hooked into the
venile shelter" after Miller died


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ALICE BRUSHES BERMUDA DAMAGE NEGLIGEABLE
MIAMI (AP) Hurricane Alice plowed toward the North Atlantic with
teakerding winds Wednesday after brushing past the resort island of
The National Hurricane Centre in Miami placed Alice at 150 miles north
of Bermuda at 1800 EDT near latitude 34.6 North and longitude 65.1
ice ended a three-month drought on the British island colony with
two inches of rain but caused no major damage
No injuries were reported but the hurricane confined 10,000 Americans
on hRoe oar st heir hote s and a uise sh afternoon indicate that Alice is
beginning to weaken as the hurricane moves away from Bermuda towards
the N hoAt8aO milest7erHh ra ee rpen e at the centre compared to
maximum sustained winds of 90 w.p.h. earlier. Gales extended outward
r a tersee e for 200 miles to the east and 100 miles to the west,
The Centre said Alice was moving toward the North at 10 m.p.h. and
was expected to turn to the northeast Thursday, posing no threat to the
U.S. mainland.
KISSINGER AND CHOU EN-LAl TO MEET SOON
SAN CLEMENTE, CALIFORNIA (AP) Henry A. Kissinger will meet
with Chinese premier Chou En-Lai in Peking later this month or early in
August, sources at the California White House said Wednesday.
dise ssedian d tri by Presidenre i IPlapol ve bi rd tP@
recently estabHshed liaison office in Washington

R MEA ) AIR a kAFT t <71au arently en route to Cuba. and five personswere allowed to leave
Aerolineas Argentwnas's Boeing 737 landed at Joroe Chanvez
International Airport at 201 est and parked, its engines still running, some
100nmete35 from the rmear an hour before five persons, apparently men,
descended and walked to the terminal building. They were quickly ushered
inside b\ airport police
It was not immediately clear how many hijackers were aboard the plane,
hiracked sah< dydafter it left Buenos Aires with 74 passengers and six crew
Several of the 49 passengers permitted to descend during an hour long
refueling stop in Santiago. Chile, described only one hijacker, a young.
n th wever, airport officials in Lima said the pilot, identified as Edgardo
1)ursi, liiaddadvised by radio that the plane had been taken over bl 'six very
Meanwhile aps/ all airport truck approached the darkened plane and a
lone airport employee began carrying what appeared to be boxes of food
to the craft'
th a rsSS red ts is an< f rnanve m n nt aboard the plane. due to
PASSENGERS HELD AT GUN POINT WHILE BUS SET ABLAZE
BELl AST (AP)- Screaming bus passengers ran through a gaunlet of
flames we da after guerrillas ho t them at gun point while setting the
Seven persons were burned, two of them seriously, while escaping from
the burning bus which was one of seven hijacked and set alight in
predominatly Roman Catholic West Belfast.
voTi emo a e it cry minute riot m the M et ri
suspects and convicted terrorists are detanned.
DEAN PERFORMED EXCEEDINGLY WELL INOUYE
HONOLULL (AP)- liawaii Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, member of the
Senate Watergate committee, said: "if the testimony of John Dean is

cl3 1 \ 1 r 9p gt a pnrtole nswI somehow
The Democrat said he hopes the President will voluntarily appear before
the Senate committee becaused now "it's Dean' word against no one."
commi e rtmjur abudsint et< shatcjteestj1 nidl ha
group at the Universiti al liawaii. "But if he wishes to present his ease to
us, weasat>< tn afterd lu3m I the courtesies and accommodate him on his
During a question and answer period, Inouye refused to say whether he
thought neans accusations unking President vixon to the watergate
A co up were truests that Dean performed exceedingly well "It takes an
extraordnurs person to sit there for five Jan under the lights with all the
pressure and respond with a straight face. without batting an eye. It s not
east
ENGLISH COUPLE RESCUED AT SEA OFF MEXICO
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The rescue of a shipwrecked English couple
after drifting 117 days in a lifeboat in the Pacific was reported by the
coast Guard on wednesday.
Michael C. Bailey, 41, and his wife. 32, were picked up last Saturday by
the Korean freighter Wolmi about 100 miles southeast of Acapulco,
Mexan, the coast Guard said.
There was no report on the Southampton, England, couple a condition,
but the Holmi apparently is proceeding on its voyage to Korea
The coast Guard said the woImi reported the Bailes's otht Auralyn
sankla ttMt : t be I17 days from March 4 to June 30." the Coast
Guard spokesman susu.
The Itaileys were on a cruise from Southampton to Korea.


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information, he said in the
first policy address by a major
Western government to the
35-nation conference
Specifically, Scheel appealed
for a right of journalists to
travel and file dispatches
without censorship and other
restraints imposed upon them
in Comm inists ountr me, he

I o[osedothatWfamblies divided
to reunite, taking their
property and other belongings
ivith them
NEED OF HOUR
"It is a need of the hour. it
is a requirement of our
conference not only to
improve relations between our
governments but to organize
new ways and means for
contacts between peopled

Lei e saidgroups an
Scheel thus advanced one of
the West s principal aims. He
received strong support froni
Canadian Foreign Minister
Mitchell Sharp. who said the
question of human contacts is
in many ways, "the touchston
of the success of the
conference.
CO EXISTENCE
"Coexistence may be
peaceful in purely physical
terms but can be warlike ni
psychological terms." he said.
There must be a broader
and more dynamic concept of
coexistence of people as well as
ates.dol deas mie aT s

systems
The United States. West
Germany. Canada. Denmark
and others are expected to
press these points when
\\ox king coj1Tdi e rneet hi

b f I
declinatiO 13reparing ina
8 V COntrast Foreign
Minister Otto Winzer of East
Germany, making his nation's
speaking debut at a major
international gathering, warned
that the Communists would
not permit a free inflow
of ideas it deemed to be
' antthumanistic-
Winzer did not elaborate
The Soviet Union, in a neiv
declaration circulated among
all the delegations, gave only
passing notice to "contacts
between organizations and
persons.
Instead, the Soviets stressed
their call for Western
recognition of the boundanes
of the Communist states in


unprofitable for them to
produce livestock and poultry
for the market place. They
say the 60-day price freeze is
forcing them into a financial
squeeze. Leaving them with the
alternative of refusing to
produce.
RATIONING
Export controls serve the
purpose of rationing supplies
tan ro{a i r Tilapure1 en
home. PROTEINS

The world market price or
rnany prot ni nrs at t
domestic price, thus attracting
agricultural commo ities
oveDrseas. said that orders
accepted after June 13 on the
commodities affected will not
he licensed until further notice-
The Commerce Secretary
did not disclose the amount of
supplies of the commodities
that would be permitted to be
shipped. Presumably that will
be announced soon*
He said that orders accepted
before June 13 for export prior
to Oct. I would be licensed
fully, meaning that exporters
could ship the full amount
ordered.
The 6(Aday price freeze
started June 13*
in expandmg the list of
commodities subject to export
controls, Dent said the
Commodities involved also
were generally high in protein

I inesubecitn f eign

(orn was not on the list
amon son "'" "ixo
a minis I as sal
wouledd tine d sud n ps
in price.
Among the items were
pr aredee oult arall. ?
ca mea ,
alfalfa meal, prepared livestock
feeds, peanuts, sunflower
seeds, bone meal and flaxseed.
Various oils made from
soybeans and cottonseeds were
also included on the new list.


Commerce Secretary
Frederick Dent said the
control s, e ffect iv e
immediately, were imposed
under authority of a 1969 law.
He said Agriculture Secretary
Earl Butz approved the action.
Dent's action expands on an
earlier move to limit the
exports on soybeans and
cottonseeds and their

bykproducta erT ossimo erit c

tess bore tme nsoy an
comes in this fall.
The list of 41 commodities
includes some soybean
by-products, such as soybean
oil, but it also includes
peanuts, alfalfa, sunflower seed
oil and other products
Farmers have been
complaining that the high cost
of feed is making it


8 LACK MAGIC

* *

LONDON (AP) Black
magic killers may have
hypnotized three men into
hanging themselves in macabre
ritual murders around England
in the last few weeks, police
said Wednesday.
Police in Hampshire County,
Southern England. Confirmed
they were investigating the
deaths after one of the dead
men's families and a 'white
witch told them the victims

li h it iprnixed up with
The family and others who
knew at least one of the dead
men sense murdered during black magic

i""" bin which dthey could
traw eesn ore heir deaat
couldlooklikesuicide
Police were cautious about
cmilmenting 011 the bizarre
knestigation. but a spokesman
sa d the witc cra cory was
fielng treated objectively "at its
lace value
However, he stressed there
was nothing whatever so far
to suggest these wises are
linked.
The trio who died were
28 year-old chef Leslie
Dobson. construction worker
Robert Rodda. 25, and
20-year-old Colin Shillen. They
died several weeks apart in
different parts of South
lingland.
Dobson was found hanging
on the stairs leading from his
apartment in Southsea with a
alon cord around his neck.
Besides a slain goat police
also uncovered a pack of tarot
cards, an ancient method of
telling fortunes usually
associated with the occult. and
a diagram of "the goat of
Mendes-
Mrs. Ruth Bryan, who runs a

r w DI n s id to o lands

I bol itithe ccuTi m.'feaPh
goat usually represents satan in
witchCraft.


Eastern Europe.
Winter discussed with
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers a bid by his government
for diplomatic relations with
Washington.
RECOGNITION
The east Germans are
expected eventually to gain
U.S recognition once East

mob nship.Uni
R er id ahea any sa n

by Finnish President Urho
Kekkonen Tuesday night did
not necessarily advance
consideration of the proposal
in the new Soviet
declaration Moscow proposed
that all states promise not to
intervene in the internal affairs
of other states and to recognize
the right of all people to
choose their own form of
government.
The provision would not
tieter the use of Soviet troops
to bring Communist regime
into line as in Czechoslovakla
in 1%8, a Soviet spokesman
s.ud;
in regard of Czechoslo-
takla. there was no
interference in internal affairs
but a request for assistance
from the (Zechoslovak
government." the Soviet
spokesman said The same
goes for the future.
180 TO 240HOLIDAY WEEK-ENI
DEATHS FORECAST

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fuel they needed. There had been
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fourth shortages, but an A.P. check
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the Memorial 1)al weekend
U.S. SERVICEMEN FEEL
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$naends igot Ameri ar ra Idiers
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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCHO.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt..LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
ContributingEditorl972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
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Published Daily Monday to Saturday


EDITORIAL

What of the future?


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, June 5 A lot of interesting things are happening
in the world at the present time that give a student of human
behaviour a good view of contrasts in national character.
My wife and I were in London for the coronation of Queen
Elizabeth II in June 1953.
Ten years later I attended the Constitutional Conference in
London at the time when the John Protumo scandal broke on the
nation.
John Profumo was Secretary of State for War in the Macmillan
government when he became involved with Christine Keeler, a
common prostitute.
Questions were asked in the Commons about his behaviour. He
kne it ast tanboi71e t act lieT IttheT. reknew t sigirl An
He quietly resigned and withdrew completely from public life.
it was said at the time and since maintained that Profumo
was not crushed because of his association with a common
woman but because he had lied to the Commons.
This affair had a great impact on the nation. It came at a time
when a general election was approaching and resulted in the fall
of the Macmillan government.
The British people were not concerned about his extra-marital
affairs. They were concerned because he had lied in the greatest
public hall in their society the House of Commons.
The British people feel that they should be able to trust the
word of their public men.
From time to time one hears of John Profumo being very
active in social work in the nation. I am told that he is doing a
fine job but he has completely disappeared as a public figure ...
and he will never rise again.
* * * *
Today ten years later another sex scandal has struck the
nation. This time two Ministers of government are involved. And
once again they have promptly resigned from government and the
Housedot ormToona/1d Lord Jellicoe, two important names in the

nation, have been smeared by common women. .
Once again it isn't sex that has brought them down but the tear
that Government secrets might have been revealed as a result of

thiba o ac e business is something comparatively new in
governments,
One only has to read books about the lives of some of the great
men and women of the past to find that many of them lived
double lives. But in this atomic age governments have become
very sensitive to security and so a man in public office has to be
careful about his associations ... he must walk the straight and
narrow path in his human relations if he is not to be caught out.
*********
I have always been impressed by the easy way men are moved
off the stage in Britain when they become involved in a public
scandal of any kind.
There is no long talk. There is no great public discussion. They
just know they must go ... and they go.
I recall two other cases before the Profumo affair in which
men were eased out of the Commons as a result of an
indiscretion. And only a short time ago another Mouster resigned
when his name was remotely connected with a questionable
at tau.
These were all very able men ... a great loss to the public life
of the nation. But the British people demand a high standard of
behaviour from their public men. And they get it.
This recalls a statement I often make in this column that a
people get the kind of government they deserve.
* * * *


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was as well aware as anyone at
the strict code which the legal
profession imposes upon itself.
IIe is possessed of a dry and
wry wit, and he is well aware
that neither the Chief Justice
nor myse would allow past

pon to n utet.any effect
G. A. D. JOHNSTONE


EDITOR, The Tribune
I have read with dismay the
erroneous account published in
your edition of the 4th July of
my speech in the Supreme
Court on the occasion of the
swearing in of the new Chief
Justee.report reads in part as

follows:-
' MR JOH NS TON E,
PARTNER IN THE LAW

p IM SOO OF ( THI
NEW CHIEF JUSTICE WAS

AHA MEM R, S
HE HAD TO APPEAR
BEFORE IIIS LORDSHIP,
'IE WOULD LIKE HIM TO

today.


hostility. In fact, so well
established is that principle
that, amongst lawyers and
judges. any reference to either
advantage or disadvantage by
virtue thereof is a cause for the
greatest merriment.
thellieT e erm )r fnro' s fd
to whom I refer in my speech


TAKE INTO CONSIDER R-
ATION THE MANY
YEARS THAT THEY HAD
SPENT TOGETHER"
Now, admittedly, the legal
profession is esoteric, and very
n lawyers and h sa
either mi understood or not
understood by others. It is for
this reason that we approach
humour twith sonwdicaut n.

considerable cost on this

o nusit wounded beevetiui
suggest that the long and close
relationship between the new
Chief Justice and myself


of utc. I s q ie


should have an effect
whatsoever upon th discharge
of our respective duties in the

s I ifl>e to t.itaswo id I
possible verbatim. the remarks
made by me on the above

siornp wr I isb atso
sai have it at first hand

indeed. I have it from the
horse's mouth, that when
Your Lordship was saying
goodbbet ai tnoe obu t r=

just one thing I would like
to ask you, and that is, if I
ever ha otuodappkeear twfore

take into consideration the
the long years we have work-
ed together'. Now, My Lord,
since I have no intention of
appearing before Your
Lordship otherwise than in a
representative capacity, I
have no intention to ask any
such favou e r facttol m

that, where the equities are
equal, Johnstone shall
prevail, although, of course,
I am entirely in
Your Lordship's hands. All
that I ask is that Your
Lordship shall not hold
agai ve et eog rivbich

The words were of course,
spoken in a humorous vein.
all who were pre-
nt recognized, and
because I lay such store upon a
sense of humour, I am
reluctant to even write you on
this subject lest I be thought of
as taking myself too seriously.
However, one cannot take any
chances with the
administration of justtee, and 1
believe it important that I
should set the record straight.
The fact of the matter is
that lawyers and judges impose
upon themselves a strict
regimen Neither friendship nor
ilits n itsThe Irow ann'
interfere with the discharge by
them of their respective
functions in the administration


Questions are not properly answered in the House of
Assembly, the Opposition is denied committees with the
indefensible excuse that it is not necessary, the Government is
openly accused of bribery and corruption and no attempt is made
to explain or justify these allegations. And, perhaps worst of all,
good men, long established in business in the islands, are being
pressured out by an abuse of power in the hands of spite'id and
vengeful Ministers.
One day perhaps the Bahamian people will wake up to the fact
that they are now living in a public sewer and that they face the
danger of being drowned in their own filth,

FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY: Yesterday I wrote about the
rapidly changing racial climate in the U.S.
The article was very long and so I had to cut it off before I had
fully developed the subject.
Until recent years it required courage to enter into a mixed
marriage. This was also true in the Bahamas of becoming a
Roman Catholic. When I joined the Church nearly a hall century
ago my friends told me that my political career was over.
Thereafter I had to ride the bogey man of both race and
religion ... which I faced and was able to conquer.
These taboos no longer exist. Most surprising of all, the racial
restriction has disappeared. even in the Southern States. In some
parts in the South it was against the law for even white and black
men to appear together in public. And, as for any mixture in the
races, no one dared because this was a sure invitation to a
lynching,
This has all disappeared. And now that the schools are being
integrated. mixed marriages will develop rapidly because it is
through contact that love springs and bursts into full bloom.
This, of course, is the only solution to this problem.
No two races can live separately forever without conflict. For
centuries the Jews have striven to maintain the purity of their
race and they have succeeded to a surprising degree because they
had something to go back to. Eventually they returned to
Palestinc.

in ri< he thaesepof theodbtph r mtil at tl ace
divided by tribal boundaries.
Where there is a willingness to merge, time takes care of any
racial situation. The British people are a seat mixture of
continental blood strains. That's what makes them a strong and
sturdy race. They combine in their nature the gifts of many
peoples.


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There is an old prophecy that says a brown race will rise up in
the West to rule the world.
Will it be white and black America blended into a bronzed
race?
This is a long way off but one must think in terms of hundreds
even thousands of years to make any forecast of the distant
future.
When we flew in to Miami from London and Toronto recently
an Immigration Officer asked me how long I planned to stay in
the U.S.
When I told him I had left the Bahamas and that my
movements were uncertain, he looked up at me and quietly
remarked: "A large number of Bahamians have left the islands.
I'll give you the maximum time."
This was six months. I really didn't need this much time
because I plan to move around quite a bit for the rest of this year
until I find new and more fertile ground into which to sink my
roots.
A quiet evacuation of Bahamians to the U.S. and Canada
mostly Florida has been going on for some time now. Some
families have gone as far away as Australia. This emigration has
been particularly heavy during the last two weeks.
In addition 106 members of the English colony left Nassau in
the s.s. ORONSAY on Monday evening. A large number of the
English colonists also left by an earlier ship.
Quite a number of Chinese people have also left Nassau for the
U.S. and Canada.
So many Americans have been forced to leave the Bahamas
especially Freeport that they have formed a Freeport Club in
Miami where they can meet and check up on the latest victims of
an Immigration policy that seems determined to drive especially
white settlers out of the colony. Freeport is now like a ghost
town compared to the throbbing city it was only a few years ago.
The result of this movement is that the building industry has
collapsed. Many houses and apartments are empty and so there is
no possibility of an early revival of this industry that had
employed thousands of Bahamian people,
And shops that cater to the local trade report a heavy falling
off in business because of the large number of unemployed
Bahamians. Two theatres have closed down.
"The people don't have any money to spend" was the way one
shopkeeper put it.
Worst feature of this situation is that the Bahamas is suffering a
brain drain. The danger is that it will now sink slowly into
mediocrity.
I will write a full article on this subject later in the month
showing how the politicians get richer and their subjects get
poorer,
*******
In this column yesterday I told you of an effort I made several
years ago to buy the school property west of The Tribune
building for the purpose of establishing a science laboratory on
the site as a gift to Bahamian children but I could not find a
record of the correspondence with the Board of Education.
Purely by accident I came across the record while looking
through some old papers last night.
I offered the Board twenty-two thousand pounds not dollars
for this property in a letter written to Mr. R. E. Bain, Acting
Director of Education. on November 2. 1963.
I also found a record of the fact that I had discussed the plan
with Bishop Leonard. Fr. Cornelius and Donald d'Albenas, a
member of the Board who tried to help me to secure this
property for the plan I outlined to him.


Across the English Channel at the present time a scandal'
threatens the West German Chancellor Willie Brandt.
The German Press alleges that an East German secret agent
offered bribes to an Opposition Christian Democratic Union M.P.
only five days before a critical parliamentary ballot 13 months
ago. "This deputy s abstention in the secret ballot," reports the
Sunday Times of July 3rd. "resulted in Brandt winning by a
single vote and thus remaining in power. East Germany was
anxious to see Brandt stay in power so that his policy of
Ostpolitik would be maintained.
"The MP is Julius Steiner, a 58-year-old former mineral water
salesman. He retired last year from his seat for Sigmaringen,
Baden-Wattemberg. after 25 years in the Bundestag. The
Christian Democrats have alled for a ft 11inquiry.

And in the U.S. the nation is being rocked by the Watergate
scandal in a case that has swept some of the most important men
in the White House out of office and will land some of them in
pnson.
Even President Nixon's position is shaky today as the hot fires
of impeachment creep nearer and nearer to his feet and threaten
to consume what had promised to be a great presidency.
All over the U.S. today men are being toppled from office by a
new consciousness among the people-
A senior judge has been sent to prison for bribery. A Deputy
Governor has been censured for a form of irregularity that was
generally accepted as normal practice in the past. When this man
offered as a defence that he was only following a line set by his
predecessors in office, he was bluntly told that the day of public
indulgence must now be a thing of the past.
Mayors have been impeached. Indeed, hundreds of men all over
the nation are either being imprisoned or run out of office by an
aroused public opinion.
* * * * *
The Watergate affair has hit the nation a severe blow. both at
home and abroad. It has weakened the almighty dollar and it was
feared that it may have seriously undermined the progress
President Nixon was making in brmging about a healthier
atmosphere in East-West relations ... all of which is most
unfortunate for the U.S. and the world.
It looks bad at the moment but I feel confident that, on the
long stretch. America will be stronger for this purging.
There is reason for thankfulness that there is somewhere left in
the world where people still set a high standard of conduct for
their public men and where they have the power to probe and
expose misconduct in public places.
This is democracy in action.
********
By contrast, look around you in the Bahamas and see what is
happening to a "free" people as they approach a new day which
is labelled "independence".
There is evidence of oppression, dishonesty and a standard of
conduct that would not be tolerated in any really free society


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"I find the Bahamian
women are very conscious of
their looks now. They insist on
t obiestc' saidse Missh Benjlunin
11 is the best.
Miss Principe says that

Reason and that it is up to date
in treatment, colours and lines,
to Nisss Benjamian clients her b
pharmacist. She prescribes for
the individual beauty problem
h il 1

quality cosmetics are
glamourously packaged and
have such evocative names of
colours as navy blue red. status
red and pink pongee. All the
new bright pinks are there
including the brand new pinks
and mauves in eye shadows.
The Ultima 11 consultants
at the Nassau Shop keep cards
on all their clients with
detailed information of
products used. This is intended
to facilitate their customers
who might perhaps forget the
name or colour of the product
they use and to encourage and
facilitate gift buying. You have
a gift to buy for a friend? Just
go to Miss Benjamin at the
Ultima 1 1 counter. She will
extract your friend's card from
her files and inform you in
detail the exact products used

I 1 i ta si gm n
Are you wondering by now
how come Ultima 1 I? I was
also curious about the name
and learned that it was the
name of Mr. Reason's yacht.
Any guesses whose yacht is
Ultima II?
Is skin care and treatment
your problem rather than
cosmetics? Do you worry
about crows eyes, sagging chin
MARCOS SEEKS MANDATE
CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES
(AP)- Philippine President
Ferdinand E. Marcos said

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July 27.
Marcos said this in a conference
with some 200 local elective
government officials in Cebu, 360
miles (579 km) southeast of Manila.
th He said no theans er a h
$1sdon whedundaour pople will
it was the first regional meeting
ofu& o ac yongovernorsM ad
ni daa national martial
Marcos said that the mandate
would be in consonance with the
provisions of the new national
constitution whichcameintoeffect
last Jan. 17.


Advances in science have
doubled the average life span
of man over the last five
centuries, but this in turn has
given women a preoccupation
with retarding the agans
process. In the Western world
women may be getting their
civil rights and equal job
opportunities but there is stdl a
double aesthetic standard. The
face and body of an old, lined
be-jowelled woman produces
shudders hence the
phenomenon of an old film
actress being carefully
photographed in heavy stage
makeup inside with flattering
soft lighting while Picasso is
photographed outside in
bathing trunks over which
hangs his protruding belly yet
his devoted young mistress
adored him to the end.
Ultima 11 Charles Revson's
luxury line of cosmetics
fragrances, suncare, naU
treatment, body contour and
buffing collection is being
introduced to Nassau at The


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MRS. MARGUERITE PINDLING, wife of the Prime Minister, is seen with Miss Estela
Principe, left, Ultima II international Beauty Consultant and Miss Patricia Benjamin, the
local representative for Ultima II. Ultima II, Charles Revson's luxury line of cosmetics, is
being introduced at the Nassau Shop this week. Miss Benjamin and Miss Principe will be
on hand to lend their expert guidance.


MR. CHARLES REVSON
one of the "Beautiful People,!
and creator of beauty
products for aspiring
beautiful women.
and dare I say it in print?
Well, this is supposed to be a


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By Abigail Van Buren
a ma av calcase Tresume-n. Y. News syne., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: My sister and her husband have never
had children of their own, so they have taken a special
interest in ours. I think this is very nice, but I resent very
much having my sister tell my children EVERYTHING
from the year one that has happened in our family.
There are things I have not told my children because I
feel that no good purpose would be served in their knowing.
Besides, people have a right to turn over a new leaf and
live things down in their past, and I've never believed in
passing along gossip that has been dead and buried for
years.
serv arb da d 0 pmeso .know Granhda
He has paid his debt to society.] Also, that Aunt Marge

apdut w im r nta idnsait t ing of h at .to
Every family has a few skeletons, and ours is no differ-
ent, but I resent this sister hauling them out for our
children to see, if I prefer to keep them in the closet. U
I am wrong, please tell me so. UPSET
DEAR UPSET: I east massle year sister and aelther
can you. But do tell her exactly what you have told me,
and hope if there are any other skeletons she hasn't hauled
out, she will leave them be.

DEAR ABBY: Robbie and I are both 26 and have been


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skeletons left in closet
happily married for over a year. But one problem, which
will probably sound ridiculous to you, has me at the end of
my rope. Please don't laugh.
Ab%, his heelac al h dthat sbe pi en e am
scrape my po sensitive legs and feet at night and leave
my skin sore.
I have tried every way I know to end this nocturnal
battle. I've purchased softening lotions and pumice stones

and thave p ced thetm mcor by the shower where he has to
e resu
Please, Abby, suggest some way I might persuade him
to use something on those heels of his to relieve my dis-
comfort. ROBBIE'S MUTILATED SPOUSE
DEAR SPOUSE: Quit playing games. At bedtime, tell
Robble you have a treat for him, then YOU tenderly apply
the lotion to his rough heels. Presto! Problem solved.

DEAR ABBY: In my dentist's office there is a sign
which reads, "For your health's sake and the comfort of
other please don tesmoke. A FAN IN BOULDER

DEAR FAN: Like it? I love it!

Ableast Yea'll feel better if yes get B eR year sheet.
Per a personal reply, write to ABBY: Bex Ne. WWW, 6 A.,
Calif. $gA#. Emelese stamped, self-addressed envelope,
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officer, is about to take to
himself a wife. After the
ceremony the bride and groom
will honeymoon in Mexico. All
best wishes accompany them
from the Abaco community.
* * * * *
The Rotary Club of Abaco
recently set up an essay
competition on the subject of
conversation through the
schools in Abaco. There were
three age groups. The winners
of each group read their essays
at a recent Rotary meeting,
The winners were:
Colin Kehm, under 12 years
from Treasure Cay School.
Rickey Sweeting, under 15
Hope Town School and
Rodney Smith, under 17 years,
Abaco Secondary School.
* * * *
The Guana Harbour Club
was visited for the second time
in two weeks by Capt. Dan
Garncey's Helen S. of
Pompano Beach, Fla., with 21
and 23 people aboard on each
of the two trips. They fished
and went sightseeing daily out
of Guana Harbour Club.
A good time was had by all


NE HACKMAN ERNEST 0
SC ESIED FOR .11ATERI
PARI VT lL DISCRET/U
Reservations not claimed by 8:
on first come, first served


Tulsa has the Hilliand
Alburys, and Ben Alburys, as
crew this trip to West Palm
Beach. Hilliand goes for
supplies for Brigantine Court
his building project next to the
Treasure Cay Beach and Tennis
Club. Ben and Barbara will
shop for furnishing for their
new house at Man-O-War.


and Capt. Dan assured the club
that there will be many more
of these visits in the future.
Capt. Dan has been
sportsifhing in the Bahamas for
over 30 years and we are glad
to see him extolling the beauty
of Abaco to his clients.
* * * * *
The m.v. Geja arrived
recently at Guana Cay with the
supplies for Cathy and Charles
Sands' new home, which they
are starting to build in the
settlement.
* * *
We are happy to have
Edmond Pinder and Randy
Roberts back with us. They are
two aggressive young residents
of Great Guana Cay who have
been on an extensive tour of
the northern United States.
They spent much of their time
in Chicago and Nashville.
* * * * *
Mr. Clarence Sawyer, of
Cherokee Sound, has had his
fishing smack, Winnie Rose, in
dry dock most of the week at
the William H. Albury
Boatyard undergoing general


overhaul.
Mr Sa w yer is
understandably restless to get
back to sea fishing in the
neighbourhood of Andros and
the Berry Islands. His son,
Surgeon, on the other hand,
has been noticeably cheerful at
the week long stay in
Man-O-War. So has his fiancee,
Molly Weatherford, a usident
of the settlement.
Gerry and Robin Bourne
have been in Mrs. Calvert
Russell's seaside house for a
two week holiday with sons
Christopher and Gordon. It has
been two weeks filled with
activity. They have worked
hard to start future planting
while they were here on their
Man-O-War lot.
Gerry's interest in tropical
fish took them out over the
reefs for a good part of each
day. They left with new species
for his aquarium at home.
Gerry is president of Anderson
and Bourne Advertising in
Orlando, Florida.
* * * * *
Mrs. Robert Christiansen's


which discussed aspects of
island improvement. A large
group gathered for a lively
exchange of ideas. It was
agreed to meet again in two
weeks at which time
suggestions and constructive
ideas would be presented, and
committees formed if it were
thought they would be usefuL


brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Sherwood of
Pittsburg, P.A. are visiting at
Sailor's Rest with the
Christiansens. They will stay
on for a week after their host
and hostess leave for home. We
are happy to see the
Christiansens making so much
use of their Dickey Cay house.
Their visits come with such
frequency, and such is their
generosity to their friends that
the hou is rarely empty.

Ray Weatherford and Phil
Sands have gone to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Laury in Boca
Raton on what might be called
a working vacation. They are
looking forward to a good
time. Some time during the
visit they will have to get to
the new roof the Laurys are
looking forward to. This is
really a family affair as Ray's
brother Scott, is the Laurys'
son-in- w.e seas .

Tony Albury chaired a
men's meeting Saturday night


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JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent

IEM ESPEXPEBRIENE
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, Grand Bahama-
C10366 TITLE : SH OP
FOREMAN
MICNEMUO LevEDUCC O
Guilds or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama. '
C6071
FOORUTI)TM LWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
o Ce ts EX u

5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
stpaTstbadj tpsai ,d me e
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD &
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in quarry
excavating and mining and raw
material handling.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
Ts ES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise activities of a
nmieus n Iqadir af im t ee
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
crusher operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed IImestone and sand to
storage silos by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary Sturry
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
C ON T AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C10433
EXPERIENCED
ANALYST -
TIONAL
required by m
bank. Candidate s

a pree en t ei
statement analy
negotiations, doc
and credit extension
educational re
should include GC
in two subjects and
level in at least fi
including Eng
Mathematics, and I
Bankers Diploma
equivalent. Know
ani iess t al.
written resumes t
or ded Banking
Nassau.
C6070
JOB TITLE: POWE
MOREMUM ED
Good basic
Knowledge of Po
electronic and
controls. Good P
operations and m
knowledge.
MINIMUM EXPERT
years.
DUTIES/RESPONS
s rnoantiaiti
operate ons and mai
Power Plant person
nh

pound boilers and
Three Turbine gene
res ecti ly, 1
accessories,
INTERESTED A
CONTACT:
Department, Baha
Company, P. O.
Freeport, GGrand B
C10446
ONE GARDEN
Bahamians need a
5-2140.
C10448
FRONT DESK C
Front Desk Typ
Previous experience
Contact Paul Th
Holiday inn.
C10439
MANAGER /
AXvEeCt s g Eom
Applicant should
and have had ex
advertising particular
Experience in
administration
shorthand and
essential. Applican
able to negotiate a
correspondence
International Com
above all be
enthusiastic and a
at top executive lev
Adv. C10439, c/o
P. O. Box N-32
Please write.


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Out island Maintena

EDUCATION: High School Educatio
Engineering or a City and Guilds of L
Certificate in Telecommunications Eng
necessary qualifications will also be consi
The successful candidate will be r
Bahamas to install and repair electronic
stations and will be based at the Fam
Perpall Tract, Nassau.
The salary paid will be within Ba
Engineers $742 $892 per month plus 5
Applications should be addressed to
Manager, Personnel and Industrial Relat
Corporation, P. O. Box N3048 to reach h


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FIEDSECT Ecu
MI MB
ED FOR RENT TRADE SERVICES 0 hristi
a
1 announce
ER 03 TITLE* GENERAL C10352 which h
UCATION: FOREMAN N-M EC H AN IC A. T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for national
n MAINTENANCE homes, apartments and hotels. wI be
a
ERIENCE: MINIMUM EDUCATION: Sales and services. Call Douglas at Cliffo
r
Good basic education M we, 9404 WORLD OF lhe S
ABILITIES: MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: FUSICPMackey Street nextto service w
ed welder 5-10 years cement plant ran ace. Minister
performing mechanical background C10351 Royal Hi
ical and DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
razing and Co-ordinate and supervise ( $2 $MS
erial using maintenance activities,
welding mctudin fi da r spmoay
PPLICANT maintenance, installation and Mackey Street
Personnel inspection services for the & Rosevelt Avenue The f
a Cement entire plant. NASSAU, BAHAMAS on Indep
ox F-100, INTERESTED APPLICANT P. O. Box N3714 in the
ama. CONTACT: Personnel Hospital,
Department, Bahama Cement HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
Company, P. O. Box F-100, FORK LIFT RENTAL of the
CREDIT Freeport, Grand Bahama. MECHANICAL HANDLING "The
INTERNA- EQUIPMENT Account
LOANS C6036 IATACARGO AGENTS Scotia, m
multinational JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST CUSTOMS CLEARANCE Mrs
hould have AND INSPECTOR & DELIVERY Alicia s
ve n ars MINd UUM AC MOVE BS ORAGE vera
o

sis loan least 5 years cement plant
umentation chemistry experience. & SHIPPING are solic
. Minimum DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: SPECIAL QUOTATIONS certific
quirements Co-ordinate and supervise the EXCELLENT SERVICE businesses
E "A" level quality control procedures REASONABLE RATES has c
GCE "O" ranging from selection and CONTACT LYMAN PINDER certificat
ve subjects blending of raw matenals OR JACK CASH Other
lish and through the manufacturing PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796. made by
institute of processes to the final 2-3797, 2-3798 and Mrs
Part I or inspection and testing of Airport 77434 Ifiggs
ledge of cement prior to release for G l
toQus id mR STED APPLICANT C10363 (;on a
o Manager, CONTACT T: Personnel PATIO AWNINGS AND Bethel.
CoxrpoN Department BahaBoxCFrn0 CARPORHTU5RRICANE In nyo
Freeport, Grand Bahama. AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, send or
o
PANELS the acc
TRADE SERVICES Ltd., Nova Sc
R HOUSE John 5. George & Co. Ltd., Those
UCATION: C10 L9ANDT.V.SERVICE zFe i aest m4a2tes and prompt certificat
education. For service you can rely on IIutches
wer Plant Dowdeswell Street Edreg at
pneumatic T.V Antennas Boosters
ower Plant Sales and Services KUWAI
maintenance Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327, NAVAL
Nassau Monday Saturday KUWA
ENCE: 3-5 8:30 to 5:30. prepared
tP anto
IBILITIES: country,
swijlusd= WAND BAHAMA E
ntenance of coast gua
nel engaged and 'the


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accessories. laillion
rators rated @1 I Ids
a'd IIELP WANTED HELP WANTED so "
with no
C6054 C10367 Sheikh Sa
APPLICANT LAUNDRY WORKER (1): JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
Personnel Willing to do general laundry GENERAL REPAIRMAN SUN
ma Cement work. Must know how to MINIMUM EDUCATION: Rises
Box F-100, operate Pressing Machine. Good basic education. Good m
ahama. Female, 1 year experience Cement Plant mechanical
necessary. background.
GENERAL LABORERS (5):
ER. Only Must be able to do general MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
pply. Phone cleaning for large hotel and 5-10 years.
Other labouring classed work.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
LADIES TAILOR (1): Will be inspects, repairs, replaces,
LERK and requiredtobeabletoalterany installs, adjusts and maintain
ist needed style of clothes. Must be able all mechanical equipment in a
e preferred. to use sewing machine. cement manufacturing plant.
ompson at Experience needed.
DR Y C LE AN E R/P R ESS INTERESTED APPLICANT
OPERATOR: Must be able to CONTACT: Personnel
SENIOR handle large type of machine. Department Bahama Cement
Male, with experience only. Company, P. O. Box F-100.
quired for DSSPSLTA NT MANSAAGLEES Freeport, Grand Bahama.
be female, C6076
perience in High school education SECRETARY/ADMINISTRA-
arly in sales. required. Five years experience TIVE ASSISTANT Must
business o quiredo mushav7 pl aesa have extensive high level
and fast appearance and be able to secretarial experience and in
trying are addition experience in and
t must be work with the general public ability to prepare monthly and
nd carry out quarterly financial statements,
e wi th Gntae sted p sons appity Ti statistical reports and to
pansies and Countr Club West Emi prepare data or, receivable
keen and Y ' accounts for multi-company *
ble to work Grand Bahama, Personn el operation. Must qualify to
el. Office between the hours of assist group controller in all
The Tribune 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. aspects of involved accounting
07, Nassau. Morn yJrthrPeutnF eid r EIrn work.
ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL)
Must have experience in
design of overhead
transmission and distribution

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rights of way for power lines.

NICATIONS :Re n ingondap paraing


Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
ATION :: Au2 to om K H
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
re invited coo70
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE
SRION FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant

NGINEER :':0,"',?' Goard Poprmumatic
operations and maintenance
knowledge.
nce Department MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
n plus a Degree in Electrical Supervise on a swing shift
ondon Institute Full Technological basis, turn activities including
ineering. Candidates not having all e atiPnsn pder eTe ae
dered. in the generation of electrical
required to travel throughout the power for the operations of the
c and radio equipment at BaTelCO pecme plant. Primary fa6C I eS
ily Island Maintenance Workshop, pound boilers and accessories.
Three Turbine generators ated
TelCo's salary range for Assistant re ctiverd 1 M a
0/, Housing Allowance. accessories.
M.S.A. Turner, Assistant General
ions. Bahamas Telecommunications INTERE ED AP
im not later than July 6. 1973. Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, GGrand Bahama.


IIELP WANTED
Cf0408
EXPANDING BAHAMIAN
IN SU RA NC E BR OKE RS
require ambitious young man
as Trainee Manager. General
insurance experience useful but
not essential. The applicant
should be prepared to study
sruran ondotute C ored
d should have already
tainted 'O' Level G.C.E. in at
least four subjects.
Applicants should apply in
own handwriting stating age,
expe ii tieonsa A .uCa nOa8

cN 32 eN ah mC). Box
-


ERS of the Bahamas
n Council have
ed that on Sunday-
as been set aside as a
Day of Prayer, there
n I ecumenical Service
d Park from 9:30 am
scripture lesson for this
ill be read by Prime
LO Pindling and His
ghness. Prince Charles.




rst baby that is born
endence Day. July 10
Princess Margaret
will be entitled to all
money contributed to
Independence Baby
," at the Bank of Nova
ain branch.
Teresa Erdeg, of
Bridal and Boutique

f hnetempl t
iting money and gift
ates from local
s. So far Larry's Ltd.
contributed a gift
e.
donations have been
Mrs. Roy Brayen, Mr.
. Errol Fox. Lisbon
Mr. and Mrs. Jose
"
e shmin lliddyr talip

ne int dt n aki

take their money to
unt at the Bank of
otia, main branch
who have gift
es may contact Jane
on at 5-5361 or Mrs.
2-4127.
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FORCE
IT (AP) Kuwait has
plans to build a naval
avaltch its sh /dn t
Kuwaiti Defense Minister

-A al declared
rd boats, torpedo boats
most modern equipment,'


EE
dollar armament bill
et>y the Supreme Council
"o'>'sissq o nov ann
conditions attached,'
ad added.

5:25 a.m. Sets 7:04


liaison officer with the
cooperation of members of
parliament, religious leaders
and Out Island commissioners.
were able to organize religious
services in Nassau and the Out
Islands in connection with the
Independence celebrations,
Christian Council members
attending the press conference
were, Dr. R. E. Cooper,
president; Rev. Albert E.
Hutchenson, liaison officer;
Canon William Thompson and
Rev. Edwin Taylor.


Prince of Wales.
Members of the council have
asked all executive members of
the Christian Council and the
heads of churches, who will
participate in this service, to
assemble at 8 30 a.m in
Xavier s ( oilege auditorium
It was also announced that
the council will conduct a
Flag-Raising ceremony, on
Monday At this ceremony, a
prayer service will be
conducted from 11:20 p.m. to


11:30
During this week, services
also will be held at the various
churches throughout Nassau,
and special Independence
guests, will act as guest
speakers.
On Thursday, July 12, at 10
a.m, a service for the Flag
Ceremony at the Geriatrics
Hospital will be conducted by
the Christian Council.
Dr. R. E. Cooper, president
of the Chrisian Council, and
the Rev. Albert E. Hutcheson


C6035
JOB TITLE: WELD
MINIMUM ED
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXP
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSI
Must be a certify
capable of
horizontal, vert
overhead welding, b
cutting of any mat
suipmed electric
INTERESTED A
CONTACT:
Department, Baham
Company, P. O. B
Freeport. Grand Rah


e tiS $rt Matt


medical Service marks Hadenal Day of Prayer


A Complete line of Men's

POly98ter SuIt

and Pants


AI80



Ladies and

Children Wear











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SREAIL ESTATE 1 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC AUCTION CAIRS FOR SALE POSITIONS MNWTET-CID CARD O THAN


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SC10436


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C10354 C10421 C10345


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1


C10410
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
1971 VIVA)- 2 Dr. $1695

29 1 VAUXBHALL VIVA 1
1968 PONTIAC STRATOS 795

C970 HILL AN HUNTER1400
4Dr.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 S/W F.E..
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970FORDCAPRI.
Automatic Blue $1595
4 rO RAtMBLER SST $2100
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU S.S
Auto A/C $2700


P 300 $


I


FOR SALE
OUT EAST GOOD
LOCATION. 2V2 bedrooms 2

batc asittinggr dining de r *

maidd quarter 4 Water0 righ0ts0
WOODLAND Corner Plot., A
Osmily3 pl sder. ?-storey affa

sitting, dining, porch
Furnished only $42,000.00
CORNER HOUSE EAS
BAY. 3 bedrooms 2V2 baths,
sitting, dining, den, furnished
large plot of land under
$60,000.00 Can offer
substantial mortgage. Has
income $600 month. Better
classhomessincel945.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, 41197.

C10424
FOR SALE


ra d DRI 2 005 2 0
22033
C10420
FOR SALE
WOODLAND OFF VILLAGE
ROAD Spacious house on
two corners, has two spacious
Iots. Fruited. 20 x 40 POOL -
PATIO. Area for two cars -
servants quarters, workshop,
generator, Central Air, no
water problems. Has THREE
BEDROpMS 202 BATHS.
Asking,585,000.00
For action dial 22033, evenings
41197.
C10344
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living
dining, kitchen, family roon)
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
f urnishedr vvail to twra t

Completely walled and lovely
landscape.
Airconditioned throughout.
Unusual opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722 3.
C10447
FOR SALE
GHLAND PARK pac iou3
bathrooms, plus one complete
screened in patio or Bahama
Room. Can convert1t00 4th
bedrooEmclo(3rounS e any0timbe,

TAMIAN 202 2 AL
41197.
C10449
NICELY FULLY
FURNISHED 2 bedroom 2

bids aoo d hpTvSaee o Po
7-7530.
C10445 FOR SALE

HIGHLAND PARK CONDO.
TWO BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
airconditioned spacious
sitting-dining, gorgeous views
of the sea and Golf links
Access to water. Furnished.
Use of swi rning$4po OanOd

OD MebNOwill g03 even

C10450
BUY A LOT in Vamacraw
Beach Estates. You can build
Now lifter t.wish $75mdowrt
payments from $80. Call Pat
Rutherford at 4-1141 or come

pamareawBe EstHtouse in
C10365
CH OI CE 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 S-1623.

FOR SALE OR RENT

AnS2ALE OR LONG TERM
LEASE
Fine, elaborately furnished
house at Skyline Heights. Four
bedrooms and baths. Main
rooms desig n ed f or
entertaining. Suitable for
diplomatic or executive
residence. IV2-acres, beautiful
garden planted for privacy.

entm to e.2-8162 for


FOR RENT
C10380

FwoR Sh hu thri e Sbeedr orn
Estates airconditioners,
telephone, garage. Laundry
room, automatic washer and
dryer. $400.000 Phone 5-8512.


Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Phone 34636-7-8.

C10443
AT MOTOR CENTRE
LIMITED
Y/E HAVE
THEUSEDCAR
OR YOU
1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE
only 5,000 miles radio A-C P-S
W-W tyres like new for ONLY
$5,000.00 A steal

1970 OLD'S CUTLASS con
vertible top A-T P-S P-B A-C
big daddy tyres, if you like
nc h n2 OtOh. OisO e icaa (

time offer
1969 FORD FAIRLANE radio
A-T, P-5, W-W tyres, 6 cyl. a
very good used car $1,200.00
1970 V-WAGEN BUG in very
good condition radio W-W
tyres, for ONL.Y $1,200.00

'dl V-WAGEN BUG in Al
cO L ti 204)000 miles for
-
1969 BUICK SKYLARK A-C

t pT BOraddo W-W tyres vinyl
1971 FORD PINTO A-T radio
W-W tyres $1,950.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX S-W,

ladd A-D D EO CORONET
Dr. COUPE A-C A-T radio
B W-W tyres $1,450.00
rl9 DODGE AVENGER S-T
%1,650.00 yres low milage

MECHANIC SPECIAL1967
CHEVY 11 radio A-C, 4 good
tires. $300.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX A-C
radio. For only. $800.00

MOTOR CENTNRNE ITED

NASSAU N.P.
BAHAMAS
Phone 56739

FOR SALE

Y MOVING SALE:
Furniture Early American.
Appliances colour TV*
Freezer, Sewing Machine, etc:
Clothing. Go three blocks east
of Soldier Road on Prince
Charles. Turn right on
Yellowsilk Lane.
C10390
SOn r gDr AmLSEi codm

r r aoAodsnu m5

C10386
1967 Chryster
Sewing machine
Massage Vibrator
Vacuum

B ksc at
Sidetables
Car (battery)
TToeyshandM

C10429
LIVING ROOM and Dining
Room furniture, vacuum
deane 3 cycles, stereo etc.


POSITION MNTED
(10159
YOUNG GIRL seeks job as
salesgirl in your shop. Very
willing to work. Please write
Adv. C10159, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.


C10355
BROADWATER 25' Straight
Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith
5-8311.
C10452


C10379













C10397


Street. $500perotPhonse o
43742.~ely Mnrs





C10288

COaTTAGES land apartmentto
mothy Arconditionedg -- min
Swimmin portu ol. VIIra. Road.


pem meditel. Montatre 214
dAven. To ve ,tlp ne


KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
102 9
HARRY D. MALONE

ursdLa e uaptreed (051
doors oman isri e oStr idon

July 6th 1973 at 12 o'clock
noonthefollowingproperty:-
ALL that piece parcel or lot
ofneland b Ma Lp nN mt
bdivi s Pearcda an

on the South side of Wulff

Roadt the Eastern DisNr
ovibdence whtichdschi pie
bounded on the North by
Wulff Road and running
thereon Sixty (60) feet on
the East by Lot
Number Two (2) on the said
plan and running thereon
One hundred (100) feet on
the South by a portion of
Lot Number Three (3) on
the said plan and running
thereon Fifty-eight and


ahunt We I 1
but now the proper ty of
various owners and running
thereon One hundred and

T100.20) feethunhdrhedt)E
piece parcel of lot of land
haS Such position shape

anr sionst>oundarmsowrla
a copy of the said plan
attached to an Indenture of
Conveyance dated the
Sixteenth day of January,
A.D. 1954 made between
Peardale Limited of the first
part Camion Limited of the
second part and George
Meshach Blatch of the thod
part Raeng st ofofR ral

dCt ofndNeauO

407 tO 410
Mo e dated the Thirteenth
day of September. All 1971
and made between Bahamas
Plumbing and St ea rn
Contractors Limited of the one
part and The Royal Bank of
Canada of theother partanci

Re st orecoercdor inthVe sin

i'sie"is'iodit fo itser ve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.

pricT'at 10% of he I w ho
andthebalanceoncompletion
Dated this 19th day of June
A.D. 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer

CARS FOR SALE

AUSTIN MINI-MARE
$1000.00 Call 7-7885.
C10294 .
1972 C.S. 124 PStationwa2fon9
38,000 miles. One
after 6 p.m.


FOR SALE
BY OWNER
eHxoe uetivin HighlandhoPark 4
bediroor mil ki a d b
car garage and utility room on
2ar ts ad a eswa n iewe'

finished, large patioB ud
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
central air-conditioning. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10423
FOR SALE
ON THE WATER'S EDGE
OUT EAST TROPICAL
PARADISE Ideal for large
family has four bedrooms 3
baths, plus maids quarters
sun- orch beach, dock '
SK FISH--SWIM. See anytime
-- Dial 22033, 41053, evenings.
41197.


1.104P4r4estiF R sSALEesidence
Sky I ine Heights in
"Prime" area. Three
bedrooms, two baths,
maid's bedroom and bath.
living room. separate
dining room, porch, patio.
kitchen, laundry, carport.
Tool room, utility room.
Pump house, utility shed.
Independent water
supply, two automatic
pumps, chlorinator,
Special features: sunken
bar, huge walk-in closets,
ceiling fans, imported
Italian tiles. This
beautiful residence is
being offered fully
furnished for $157,500
2. Extremely good buy in
Cable Beach residence
with beach rights. Three
bedrooms, two baths,
large modern kitchen,
5)pa ious carIiving-dinin
$55,000 furnished. Offer!
3. Attractive Westward Villas
residence with spacious
bedrooms, each with
private bath and walk-in
closet, large living room,
separate dining room.
Ta id sroom.aStuhnr Dorch,
laundry, modern kitchen,
garage with overhead
door Large lot

oands5cap0edO sk ngMpr e

r nmoutstdi n
Perpetual rights to
Governor s Beach.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE

P.O.3B0o9x 81 assau
Tel 2-1041 2-1042

C10435
dEDROOM,2BATHS Wang
room, dining room. breakfast
room, den, beautifully
furnished, airconditioned off
Village Road. Mortgage
available. $55,000.00.

2 BEDROOM 2 BATH, sunken


n e o ode i
$48,000.00
3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS, I vin9

ai c mditioneddi, anj0, large imi.
furnished. Mortgage available
Nassau East. $39,000.00-

38EDROOM,2BATHSliving
room, dining room, family
room. Large lot, needs little
repairs Nassau East.
$33,000.00.
2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH,
living-dining room. kitchen
patso. Extra lot only
$28,000 00. Unfurnished. A
good buy.


UIoLn UN o A
d '
guki roor E TO,0 0
AII rented.

12 APARTMENTS 8 stores,
parking lot. good commercial
area, round investment. Asking
$350,000.00.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING

CeENTR ILLE Has 3mye s
Asking $78,000.00.


LOT IN HIGH VISTA, selling
below market price. Only
$5,000.00
2 LOTS IN CORAL
HARBOUR A good buy.

LOT IN NASSAU EAST. Only
$6,000.00
IF YOU WANT TO SELL
YOUR HOUSE OR LOT LIST
US ETSHS. US, WE MEAN


Filmstrip & Slide Projectors

Screens
Phone 2-2157

IIELP MNTED
C10367
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
CementundPlant mechanical


MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

ilnstpectsadjreCair d a tea
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICAI\ff

Department Bahama Cement
Foemp t GrandORa m F-100.

C10432

ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
(Part Time)
Applicants for the above
position should have had at
least five years commercial
ex enecro oas ass sn


esn I co i

qualification is not obligatory.
Proven experience in off-shore
company bookkeeping to final
Efuni'nt""'lleve"no pen, in
essential, together with ability
to work accurately, neatly and
quickly Hours wda 9wet
Salary according to
qualifications and experience.
Excellent references regarding
both character and ability will
be required.
Applications in own
handwriting, giving full
personal and career
information to P O. Box
N.8338, Nassau..

1003 U LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work elyo I themi drDo
deprived of their norpm I h
a omes
too rbecnome u im ?"enTh
consider the childcare field
the Ranfurly Home for
Children as seeking the
following staff:

a) Wnnea r Ud ein
6 years old. Nursery or
childcare experience
helpful.

b) Miatthu ildwaormab ckg3 u5n
and administrative
potential, to live in.
c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service Training on a
contractual basis. Must bc
willan, to ov....


d45 fo SSh r eEy tEeet 50
approximately 1700 sq. ft of
airconditioned office space
with ample parking, available
Aug6ulst 1st. For details call
C10440
SEM FUR tmEn N

location Oxford Street off
Mount Royal Avenue. Carey
53471.
C10442
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATH
*un furnish ed h ouse,
airconditioned, double car
garage, telephone Staptedon
Gardens. Telephone 34815.

FOR SALE
C10404
HEAVY DUTY Commercial
Carpeting. Rust Tweed. W price
$6.00 per yard. 12 x 15, 12 x
14. 15 x 6, I 2 x 8. Spectrum II
interiors, 3-4068.
19416
CUSTOM DESIGN
tO YOur specifications at
ECONOMY PRICES
AVALIER
CONSTRUCTION
Phone: 3-5171, 3-6011
D. A. HUDSON
VARCO-PRIDEM
METALBUILDINGSYSTEMS
Distributed world wide bi.
PANINTERNA TIONAl
NASSAll, BAllAMAS


HARRY D MALONE
PublicAuctioneer

CARS FOR SALE

C10454

0 A
*
-at-

(f@ 0
TODAY'S
SPECIAL SUY
1968CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE
$6850.00
Also available
1969 ROVER 2000

70FO D ORTINA $1500
white automatic $700
1971 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM
SUBURBAN- wMe $3500.
1969FORDESCORT-
blue, 2 door 5750
1969 DATSUN S/W
stick shift, red $800
1970 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA ad,
automatic $2500
1972 DODGE AVENGER
OD AVENGER 5

stick shift $700
1969 FORD GALAXIE-
blue, automatic. radio $100
1967 MERCURY COUGA1RO00.
1972 VAUXHALL FI RENZA -
blue, stick shift $2250
C N4TNNECNOTLANL white.
nice interior $400
1971 DODGE AVENGER -
stick shift, blue $1 150
1966 OLDSMOBILE
DELTA 88- but k,
good condition $1050.
1972 FORD CORTINA 5/W -
stick shift, white $1850
1971 FORD CORTINA

Sh A stick $2500.
970 Ik sMPH 000- $1000.
1971 VEGA S/W
white, automatic $2500

FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come and see us
Oakes Field near
P eBar cks
C10425

(sio n o od ncht: n
leaving sland Phone 4 3046

C10374
n969 p MBE S Eo
$950.00 or nearest offer. Call
George, 5 2483.

C10418
1969 AUSTIN MINI. $690.
Owner leaving island. Phone
53032.
--


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_


iciency apartment, and
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.

APR ONDI Ti ONE D one
bedroom furnished apartment
ddiDundaswitCourtnd m
facieities and masteparkTng
area. For information call
5-3928 or 5-4258.


KMS HINSEY will sell at
the Parking Lot cast of the

H(e on MTdnay H e3ayB
IIowin9 operate 12, noon
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
of laDndtr tu f h st

Bd Newb roty r
(13) of Block Number Ten
(10) in a Plan of Westward
Villas prepared by W. E
Brown, Civil Engineer, dated
February, 1952 and now
filed in the Office of the
Department Of Lands and
Surveys (formerly known as
the Crown Lands Office) of
the Colony as Number 21C
which said piece parcelor
Lot of land is bounded on

R servNoi h by tahe Ro
Subdivision known as
Hampshire Street" and


unr r dt e
Block Number Ten (10) and
running thereon One
hundredandTwenty-nine
and Seventy-five hundredths
(129.75) feet on the South
by Lot Number twenty (20)
of the said Block Numbe'
Ten (10) and running West
by Lot Number Twelve (12)
of the said Block Numbe'
Ten (10) and running
thereon One hundred anti
twenty-nine and Sixty-Six
hundredths (129.66) feet."
Mortgage dated 9th May, 1969
- The Honourable Michael
David Morris to Finance
Corporation of Rahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1439
Pages 583 to 591.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person 01
his behalf to bid up to that
price aseT j at e f si!
and balance on completion.
Dated: 5th day of June A.D.
1973


p3JBL!C AUCTION
HARRY D MALONE will sell
at her or erruses on Albury

tF h e ( ors
July 13th at 12 OE ck noo
the A T f land

1 to t of that janSot tl ern
Pr evidence in the
5 ubdavi 5 ion called
Kennedy s Subdtvision laid
out according to the Plan
thereof pionaled by R
War aen & Associates
Limited and reto:ded in the
Registry of RecoIds in
Volume 1083 at page 499
besig lot Number Three
hundred and forty-two
(342) of the said Subdivision
to to ites witt lereut1
belong ng but subiott to the
Restnctions and Conditions


oe a n
Limited of the one part and
the Borrowers of the other
part and about tobe
recorded in the Registry of
Records
Mortgage dated 30th day of
July, 1968 Calvin Ural
Missick and Ruth Mac Musick
to Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited
Recorded in Vo urne 1308 at
Pages 437 to 443
This sale is subject to a reserve
plsco and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person oil
his behalf to bid up to that
,,, ,
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
halanto an completion
Dated: 12th day of June 1973
11 D


O G BAHAMIAN SALES
EXECUTIVE with working
knowledge of Spanish recently
bruor d re u relonresp enb
F st onor rgeinte natio an
gan ation. Ma44be c6onta ed
B 575elp, N sau. or .

LOST
C10417
SMALL BLACK POODLE in
vicinity of Princess Margaret
Hospital, Saturday afternoon.
Answers to the name of
"Pinto". Anyone having
information please call Dr.
Prendiville2-4927.
C10406
REWARD will be given to
finder of black leather wallet
lost in or in vicinity of
Ma rru W dSistie


Maternity Ward or contact Dr.
Siquig telephone 51641. Thank
you.

gggagg ggg gro
",ngswa so LILO
C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. L
Cruising Yacht. Phoneuxu2r us


C10403
Furnished Rooms in
Home on Prospect
Kitchen privileges.
3-4068 '


Lovely


The famil of the late M
Ethel Kemp, wife of MF
Audle C Kemp, wish t
thank their many friends, who
made calls as well as those who
sent cards, telegramsflowers
and letters expressing their
n i 'srnpatbereadvue entthe
5 ecial thanks to Bish
M chael Eldon, Fr. Gilborp


o Chrris ia Coo
e y an con engents.

ENTERTAINMENT
C10357
ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?
call
Film & Equipment
Service
Rentals of :

Full-lengthmovies
Children'sCartoonShows


L
1971 FORD CAPRI -
Auto, Blue
1968VAUXHALL
VICTOR STD'


$1950


16; mm Sound Projectors


AVON INFLATABLES


56 foot flushdeck offshore
cruiser 1970. Boat has twin
G.M. 6-7, diesels and 12 kw
Kohler generator. Extensively
equipped and with a draft of 4
t it ideal forduising

$79,000.00 Asking.
43 foot diesel double cabin
gi s cru ser with flybridge.v h
everything. Must be seen. Call


AT THE DIVE SHOP


New Bahamas Marine Flags all
sizes.

POT LUCK WEEK. Used Back
Packs for $10,000 Cressi Fins
5-7 $9.00, used Masks and
Fins, new 6 gal Outboard Fuel
Tank $18.00, new 27 gal Fuel
Tank $70.00.

SPECIALS THIS WEEK
Ski Belts $6.95, U S. Diver's

at iounFd Maskn$ 8.00h
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869.

IN MEMORIAL
C10441










.-

.


C10343
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. I bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10437


urnished


Two bedroomF p tly f
p as
Lancaster Street,
e


In loving memory of our


dear


Gone but not forgotten
Steep on dear father and take
Weyoubresyou but Jesus loves
youbest.
Sadly missed by Six sons, one
da8terd ndchhdrf e sd

CARD OF THANKS
C10428

AHbErt FAdM YCuof tw shla
thank the many friends and

;i':'"'esdur g tdh rp ddness
bereavement. Special thanks to
Dr. Meldolson of Green Turtle
Cay, Abaco, Rev. C. C. Curry
and Morticians Butler Brothers.

IIELP MNTED
C10431
FARM LABOURER to live on
* farm and care for animals
Salary: $35 $40 per week
Write to: Nr. AIIan Smith, P
O. Box 4867, Nassau.


C10341
,
FOR >ALE
FORMER NAVY MINE WEEPER MSCl94


C10434
1971 DODGE CORONET. 4
door, airconditioned, power
brakes, steering, automatic
transmission, vinyl top. 52950
o.n.o. (Days) 77766 (Evenings)
77764.


145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Commercial
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
P.O. Bo: 4068
Panama City, Florida 32401


Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
L.eslie Davies, Ranfurly Horrie
for Children, Box N1413
Nassau.


C10419
SALESMAN
experience.
honest and
51828.


NASSAU REAL ESTATE
Phone 59600 (day)
41584 (nite)
P. O. Box N884, Nassau '


Thursday, July 5, 1973.


I . ..... ......... ....
get the job done


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m













Thursday, July 5, 1973.


front the Carroll Righter institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A finedayand
evening to put your most attractive articles and
accessories in the pink of condition. Look at your clothing,
furnishings and update them so they shine and are in good
condition for the days ahead. Also a very good time to study a
new and a better diet by which you can have health.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have many chances to
advance now, but first be sure you show allies and co-workers
that you will cooperate with them. During spare time be sure
to take exercise that will improve your vitality.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get into the recreations that
are most appealing during spare time, and show others how
much you like them. Plan that party that willbring you much
popularity, goodwill. Avoid one who bickers.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take the time to make
conditions at home more ideal so you and immediate family
will be happier there. Make plans to start an up trend for the
future. Avoid one who brings you nothing but trouble.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Set up
appointments early for whatever your best purposes are,
information you need; become more knowledgeable. Show
more wisdom in shopping and get your affairs in better order.
Steer clear of trouble.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Think out how to make more
money so that you can keep up with expenses and soaring
prices. Plan your budget better also so that it is more
workable, easier to follow. Take no chances with those who
are not dependable.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get together with those you
really like and make better plans for the future with them.
Attend meetings that are fascinating and make new and
interesting friends. Make sure you pay your bills early.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Get together quietly with
persons who can help you get what you need the most. Then
carry through with care. The evening can be particularly
charming with mate who is in a romantic mood.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You need the aid of good
pals in order to gain whatever is uppermost on your mind now,

rs 1 macouta ro aICnow wihat jm ndouitali t Hava
fun tonight.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Some public work
you handle well now could bring you the added prestige you
want and be most helpful to others as well. Improve your
image via constructive work. Show you are most creative.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to study more
if you are to extend your interests far beyond their present
boundaries. Sit down with some higher-up who has fine ideas
and suggestions. Show due respect and all goes well.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Get to work early on
business matters so you can satisfy both debtors and creditors
later in the day. A kind word to attachment brings the favors
you want. Show you have a fine sense of humor. Avoid

ob SxioEuSsindividu2als.to Mar. 20) Find out what it is that
associates expect of you and if you back them loyally, much
good can come of this. Do whatever civic duty will bring you
more esteem Avoid one who has a chip-on-the-shoulder
attitude


Test your skill in pawn end-
ings .n this position by D. Gur-
genidze. As usual, Wtute move) is playing up the board,
so if he chooses the obvious plan

n cs RdoP 1
queen and the ending is then a
strnple draw.
so wt ulddo r-and if
Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
master; 20 seconds, chess master;
to seconds, chess expert; 2
minutes, county er; 5
entinPaev 5 a mi
Solution 9765
1 K-Q6? K-Kt3; 2 P-Rd,

c 4 I
potential queen and forcing a
draw), K-Ktd: 4 P-RS, P-BS:
P-KS d7, K K3t,5; K-KP 68
P-R7, P-B7; 9 K-92, K-Ktt
10 P-R&{Q) check, K-Kt8; 11
d d in I a2t
should know alre y-hence the
seemingly un generous par times
lor these hig er grades.



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22. It grows even in desolate
23 t ut ame. (2. 7)
Down
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re nture.
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10. Retute.
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NIGHT AUDITOR: Assistant
to the Night Auditor. Must
havre kn le ecoftnight audit
o prepare
icatements. Male, with h
experience need only apply.
SEC RE TA R Y TO AU DI TO R
Must be able to take shorthand
at a rate of 100 words per
minute, gaping required at a
rate of 65 words per minute.

emxup nellave 1 to 2 years
Interested Persons Apply
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
WEST EN D, GRAND
BAHAMA, PERSONNEL
OFFICE, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.,
M day through Friday. Elon
artIn. Jr., Personnel Director.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
M IN IMUM EXPERIENCE:

UO RESPONSIBILITIES

z tala ocertirfi dow
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


By VICTOR MOLLO
Few meanders, sitting South,

wouldTMon
leading doolorer estasy.
North
4 K J 9
/4
6 A J 5
West East
4 Q 10 5 4 6 4 3
0 10 9 7 3 6 5
4 K 9 8 8 hQ 10 7 4 3 2
4 A 8 7 2
QA 6 5
OA Q 8 7 3 2
4 -
CONTRAC,'I': 70.
West, led the 010. Dediarer
drew trumps, discarded a heart
on the SA and cashed the QA

an e n ,
came up in the finals of the
Vanderbilt Oup, one of Amedcas
at in set
simple finesse in a grand diant.
He looked for something better
and West set out to encounage
him by discarding on the second
M of
tale unpression that East had the
4Q. If so, the best abance of
Enaklh38 the contract was to find


played the K and
ho fully ran the 4J-to West's
est was weld champion,
Whly E' His spade die.
card cos for his 4Q

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No. 7,166 . by TIM McKAY
Across
M nko mmitments. (5-4)
D. Yorkshire river. (4)
malik al.of t)aploca. (4-5)
14. Ring up. (0)


C6074
Experienced PIPE FITTER
WELDER re r nc u tn

phases of technical and x-ray
welding pipefitting, and
carbon steelwork. Must have
knowledge of ironwork layou
and design.
Apply Noelco Steel & Plastic
Corp. Ltd. (Noelco Group),
phone 352-9055, P. O. Box
F-1235, Freeport-

C6067
ada ificadnt u e as st cn
to run his Clinic. Hours 9 a.m
to 1 p.m. daily, Monday t
Friday Suit married woman
with family responsibilities.
Salary related to qualifications

aAnpdpexp ie ing, giving full
particulars to: Dr. Robert
Bailey, Antoni Clinic, P. O.
Box F-2575. Only Bahamians
need apply.

C A9AD CHEF GARDE
MANAGER: Three years
experience in first-class hotels
or restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
I-VEGETABLE COOK -
ENTREMETIER: Three years
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
9ahama.
C6071
FOR TITLE.
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MoNIMUMasicEDUeCdA ON.

eua 6G C

UO RESPONSIBILITIES:
aspects, repairs, replaces,
st had se maintain
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


Large furnished 4 bedroom, 2%
bathroomho ewithoBearzmd

corner lot. Well landscaped
with fruit bearing trees. Sale
price $35,000.00. Low down
eemeenn oPhojeeekd35s2- t^
5:00 p.m y er
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
C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FORNETMA MECHANICAL
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
M IN IMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
maintenance activities*
including field forces, machine
aop t and cgarai t a rovidaing
inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER

RMVISMOR EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 arsRESPONSIBILITIES

Profeerssioniar sulahii p su
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Ccun nyGrPandOBa maF-100,


CTO6tlELP WANTED
TOUR ESCORT (2): This

peoqs r ex nsivTo eriodSscort
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
guests while at hotel. Must be
neat in appearance. Female
only.


O NG BAHAMI ANS (MALE
AND FEMALE)ESOIONAAN


DMNSEMENFOR BA A S
SHO W LOUNGES
APPLICANTS MUST BE 15
YEARS OF AGE OR OVER
APPLY IN PERSON TO MR.
B. JOHNSON, PERSONNEL

OMUFSECMEENTS LIB1ATH AM AS
C6068
REFINERY OPERATORS

GeRqA Ed ty Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, Grade "B"
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
fa i me in confidence to:

Personnel Officer, Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, P. O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C10366
JOB TITLE SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:

.Es qu vea ntor City and
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Sielpd ntema ie of sthh enTrd
Cement plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Baham

0361TLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience-
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-o inate anrd supervicel the

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.
C10358
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in

tSh essfulF id es ffic
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicant should
apply in writing to the Staff
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co P O. Box F-2415,
Fr port, Bahamas.
C6075
EXPERIENCED FENCE
FOREMAN and TECHNICAL
WELDER r up i ncMustwi

all aspects of fencing.
fabrication of mechanical
gates, decorative ironwork, etc.
Phone Freeport Fence &
Awning Co. (Noelco Group)
352-9055, P. O. Box F-1235.
Freeport.
C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD &
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in quarry
excavating and mining and raw

Me nE ERIENCE: 3-5


SDEIS/RESPON ABILITIES
limestone quarry and crusher
including loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
r r3ill coup at nveyi
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
Com r yGr ndOBa ma F-100'


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BAHAM AS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


CORPORATION


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DOS O YOCORCy' TOr 0 5000171100



BUILDING

SUPERINTENDENT


The Coropration needs an Officer to supervise buikling 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
expfflence.
The Officer will be required to travel in the Fa mill 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.
] 97


Thursday, July 5, 1973.


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AMATEUR CYCLIST


""S.:6 Ra

Bncheding MLednardChr h
"Deuce" Thompson and Noel
"Donna" Brown, to take top
honours in the Bahamas
C In depended nc e C y cling
m ..... .... W Championship today. Brown, a
I- -- professional, came in second
overall and Jeffrey Burnside,
another amateur, came third.
Sears, riding a Raleigh
International, held his own
,. .. amidst the top professionals
and never dropped below
fourth place throughout the six
lap route.
NATIONAL The race which began at
N, Glenroy Montagu Beach, travelled west
takes steady along Bay Street, south along
the final of Fo w ler Str eet onto
ShirleyStreet, south along
U Village Road, east along Prince
Charles Drive onto Fox Hill
Road and back onto Bay Street
AT A ending at the Montagu Beach
for completion of one lap.
Jeffrey Burnside topped the
first lap with Nathanial Munroe
taking the second and third,
Frankie Dean and Pedro
I LLER Edwards won the fourth and
LANGUID fifth laps respectively.
m.p.h., 29 Over 24 cyclists (amateurs
y class began and professionals) took to the
independence road late this morning under a
agu Bay at blazing sun in an 89 degree
temperature. Only about 15
vision, the finished. Adding to the
ong Island), dropout was a freak accident.
rge Knowles, Among the dropouts was
d the rest of senior amateur cyclist
first place. Laurence Burnside, who had
xuma) under problems with his cycle.
Rolly Gray On reaching the bottom of


Ta na irel dh Ine n oorts T
kept the pros in check to the
very finish line.
Miller for most of the race
paced the lead. Donna Brown
d Christop r aTho son

Bertram "Cowboy" Musgrove
did not bother to find a
position in the battle until
nearing the finish. He kept an
easy pace around eighth and
ninth
- *, ..,* -
1. ** -


Village Road on the second
lap, all his spokes ran slack and
he was forced to stop when the
race crossed into Soldier Road.
He was then loaned a fixed
wheel which he rode for three
laps before he got his own bike
back again. Not used to riding
a fixed wheel, it took too
much out of him and he was
forced to drop out'
Nevertheless, Sears and
Laurence's brother, Jeffrey'
*


'Mr. Pool'--Glenroy



Saunders--sweeps



pool championships
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
SUPPRESSED TALENT is like having no talent at all and such
a situation can restrain many world champions in the making
before they even start. That basically is why it is not surprising to
some that the Bahamas has not yet pmduced a world champion.
As naturally talented as we it's a scientific game from the
are, unless it is developed in way you can control that little
competition, then not only white ball.
does the individual lose interest "There hasn't been one good
but his talent never develops pool room where you can take
This happens to be the case in the family. There isn't even a
the game of pool in the recreational centre." Saunders
Bahamas. pointed out that in Florida
Last night at the A. F. there are among other parlours
Adderley Gym. eager fans were the Family Billards Centre and
treated to some of the "best the Golden Cue. "They are
competition ever seen in years places where you can really
in the Bahamas." take the family.'
Topping the competitors Continued Saunders, "I
and winning his second think it's a really good idea to
Bahamas Championship was teach pool in schools because
pool player Glenroy "Flo" there are a lot of kids who
Saunders. lie took three want to learn and if they can't
straight of five sets from find any place to learn they
Donnie Lee to win the will end up in the bar room "
Championship Class and went in or gani z in g t he
on to demolish Charles Gibson, tournament. Mr. Williams said
the amateur champ, to be the that he met people who
top pool player in the downgraded him because of his
Bahamas. Last night's matches endeavours. "I've been told by
were the finals of the Bahamas supposedly intelligent people,
National Championship Pool there is nothing educational or
Tournament. cultural about the sport." Mr.
In the first match which Williams said. "Any player of
preceded an L ..hII.uo.u hY the sport would agree pool is
former pool greats Charhe one of the most relaxing
Major Snr and Arnold pastimes of friends and a most
Flowers, Beverly T ador cordial introduction of total
defeated Cleome Charlow in strangers '
three of five games to win the DR/AM IN FUTURE
Ladies Championship. Steve Because one has to think
Sands, in a well fought match ahead three or four strokes of
beat Wayne Minns for the his opponent, Saunders
Junior Championship before explained that pool develops a
Gibson came along and child's mind and makes him
stopped Leo Ferguson for the think ahead and competitively
Amateur Class ChampionshlP at an early age.
Saunders teamed up with "If our Miss Bahamas couki
William Malone and defeated represent the Bahamas abroad
Ben Rolle and Audnel Clarke with nods of approval from so
for the tag team championship man\. why can't the best
Pool was once a booming bilhard plaier in the Bahamas
sport in the Bahamas some represent us at the World
seven years back when besides Billard Championships?-
Saunders there were other queried Mr. Williams. "This is a
notables like James "Rattler" dream of mine and this
Lockhart, Craig Flowers, tournament is the first step to
Kenneth "Lefty" Bullard and that dream becommg a
Basil "Six" Francis. realits.'
'Like life's vicious story of S aunders, who has
birth, matunty and death. pool Enult a legend around himself
in the Bahamas had seemed a in the pool world, noted that
game on the way out and is there are a lot of pool players
existing now only because of who have been playing for
the few who love and play the inany years and have advanced
game." said tournament to a certain stage and stopped.
director I dgar Williams To What has happened. Saunders
me. pool does not seem to be said, was that after reaching
dying of old age, but is being their peak in the Rahamus they
admired less and less because lacked further competition to
of somethmg I ve termed 'the in rease their capability.
Bar room stigma.

Thisnts < s 8 4D"t te, Mr. Ider the stetr e I
H Ghan said, has resulted in
the falsehood that those who edCthamh oth petit onl d
play pool are drunkards' without the er back
gamblers, hustlers and vagrants found himself irri three ye ng
and surprisingly, "this thought pre-retirement. He started back
is shared hi mank ot society s .
about a year ago. "I figured I
mainstays and can be called had nothing to do at that time
hypocritical It is un r and everybody was talking
tunate no one ..as 1 1 about how good they were,"
deemed it necessary to invest he said
in a pool parlour that caters to GOOD OLD DAYS
th f ly, but d
poolenta71esan in be it staY th bleve theless h found that
found in just about every retail improve. It is his opinion that
liquor store or club as a nicans should the old pros return to
ofpassingtime. the scene "they can beat

by1h sanw it tion i h" net\pl ere ntnot the glestd

s' e in thbar gain said After the old pros lacked
,, the competition and quit,
n od edngrSaul ett 1 om e ionpttli en thheam


BAHAMAS
POOL CHAMPION
"Flo" Saunders,
aim before sinking
his set.
T A Up


I


IlliklM 8

By OSCAR M
DESPITE A
\VIND of about 5
boats in the Dingh
the 3-day I
Regatta at Mont
9 30 this morning.
In the C d
Golden liind (L
skippered by Geo
clearly cut-distance
the field to take
The Sea Hound (1
the command of


came m second and the Sea
Wind (1 xuma) captained by
Burnest Gray took third place.
Sherrel B. (Andros), pile d
erguson, was e
winner in Division D. Second

I n trium takenib\ PP
11uthern Rolle. Quick Silver

Green came in third.
The winner in the E division
was Morning Dove (Andros)
shippered by Jerry Johnson.
Jett B. (Andros) with3 Babl in
Charge took second place an
the Victoria (Andros)
captained by .sifred Johnson
settled for the third spot.
(by, ggs vigaggly go wing
blowing at 9 a.m.. the
schedule starting time,
( onsequently, the start was
deluked for hall hour, but
once the boats cleared the
unmediate hai area. the sailmg
became good.' one skipper
pointed out
Nearly 50 local boats have
entered the Independence
Regatta. One from Acklins, 20
Tom \ndros. Seven from Cat
Island, eight from Exuma. tive
I >niallLCong I and.m ve fron

island.
110st of the skippers are
anticipating k eener
Competition when the races
resume tomorrow The
following is the schedule of
tomorrow 5 races
( Its < 0<100 suse for all Dinght
I irst Race for all Racing Classes
Star Class 10 05 a.m Bahamas
Yacht Squadron 10 10 a.m.
Snipe Class 10:15 a.m.
te prise Cla lo)2no a m.
Sailfish Class 10.45 a.m
Secomi Ra e tw Class A & B
second Ra/ for all Racing
Clawes or [ t25 u dnon 2:10

p.nisnipe class 2 is p m.
Enterprise Class 2:20 p m.
i\ti I


< samer 1 eminaummement we
BAHAMAS INDEPENDENCE CYCLING CHAMPION,
Herbert Sears, is lifted shoulder high by cheering fans who
greeted him following his 66 miles victToOy tod .Symonette


..
ki

go '4
a
'

!E CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS IN THE BAHAMAS
Glenrcy "Flo" Saunders with his championship trophies
following last night's Bahamas National Pool
Championships. PHOTOS: Richard Rodgers


INDEPENDENCE GOLF DRAW
THI FOLLowlNG 15 TH< 1 RAw and tee off times for the unhamas
independence Golf Tournament to be held at the Paradise Island Guit
course, the sanesta Beach Golf course and the Blue Hill Golf course this
Saturd"


7 50 li. Maycock, L Seymour,
E. notics. J. Dunn.
s:oo IL Johnson. L Alburs, i.
"ill 0 all i'Smith, L. King, 5.
Hall, R. Ste art
wa 1 1 ) SKit (
Russell, J. Mores D. Munnings.
8:40 a.n .(Nh ff' Aitken J
Colebrooke, D. liall E. R:uns 's.
8.50 RIt mnt, IL Russell, G
nso n. nucle G. Russell. c.
ann, L. nalgicish
in9!3i, it ..t-hil lis 1 Pro. it
9:20 linitard Archer-Local Pr<>.
untiumillnn, R. Adderim, C.
9:30 Peres Major Local Pro,
"le Ra roll / In
( mum. F Robinson, Om. Sagen.
inn, Holbert fa lor Jr.

* 13[iti amRob to II Pr
10 00 Courge Turnquest-Local
]i'/jore, 1. Adorline. J. L
10 10 Ma\ Atherden Local
,tw ek.Stubbs. w. Wisdom. U.
11 smI sla
is la
8 00 am H Stewart. 3 Major.
S A.11 Snuth 3 Mackey.
ft 0 3 0 klwell, D. limgden, C.
8:20 L J. Johnson, P.11atsus, C.
T. Rogerson. 1. I litarde.
8:30 W Major. S. Quant, 1.
Johnson, I I ernander.
it $to ps 1 noistad, L
8:00 a.m. 11 Jo 10 Corn. M
110sko, 1 Curr
Lin!i.. o '

rt nd,
Me on g *
SH

a linine Pr
Mike Rolle I'inn\ (wedes, Brian
I lans. Amli Hill.
Userone fleeburn. I ri< Gibson
Jr., Lloid H hitten it
thwaine Ilephen, Thomas
Sands. Walk Ikthel. I rancis
hiderk\.
Pierre Howe. \nnette 19111,

t"O"LE FIELD
DAY TOMORROW

:".'El ?2:$
tomorrow for the N: tional 100 of

'%"2 ...1,
into three sections seek the under
II \car olds in action between 10
o'clock in I pons. Competitors
hdween the dues at 12-10 lears
will begin at s an .,na and
approtiniatell at 7 p.m the final
section, which I for senior
competitors. \till he lichi usaler (11<


"tD BUlu) RS H u
won Senior "Mr. 800 beautiful
independence Title at a
competition held on Jul 3 at the
enant Rowan of to ne's lan
se isS's I neral use, neue nin
scremy Knowles. .,ss, a Nassm,
became the title holder of the
Junior Mr. lindi Iteautifial
Independence'.
WENTY FORD WINS
2nd GAME OF WEEK
nAnANUAN righthander, won
can I lis .n
agas when he led the Richmond
0> a 2-1 edge over the
Ford, in his first start. gave up
two hits, struck met one butter and
walked one enroute to victors. the
lone Mets' run was unearned.


47 paggygy:
ist To
7:oo a m. 1. Marshall, J. Butler,
a leTruarnfiluesti. Antonia.
R. Macm an, C. Neshitt.
ol$8. I of. Lynch, a
7:30 M Taylor, I). R. Jenkins, 1.
Pri F. Most
Russet, A. Guties r. D. Garcia, 1'
7:50 A. Clarke, J. Smith. (L
unrr Tirelli B. ra, is, u sands.
Sm A. tel > A. It see, w.
a20 L nelane, 1. \tiller, s.
'o itf(rit .(1rwint n Itall
M. Wolstencroft, P. Hall. '
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