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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: July 7, 1973
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A TT EMPTIED MURDEl

"
<"Polka") Humes,
-1. accused of armed robbery
and abetting the September 5
"'""'" ., meanston user,
25. was charged Friday
afternoon with the attempted
murder of pohee detective
Garth Johnson.
Also charged with Humes
was Andrew Thompson, 18, an
memployed youth, discharged
rom the police force
Appearing before Magistrate
George Hannays Friday
afternoon, the two were
remanded in custody for seven
days upon the request of court
Prosecutor. Insp. Wilfred Jack.
They are to next appear in
court on July 13 when a
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sh ng ep lic ed teedcti
on the early morning of July 4
when investigating officers
from the C I.D. surrounded a
house in Grove Avenue, off

WestuBai Stre d
court with his ahp arneat
plaited in the "guinea-row'
style, had been on the police
'wanted" list for 91 days
following his escape from a
Supreme Court basement cell
on April 4 with six other
prisoners who were
subsequently re-captured.




\tR NI VILLE Sands, 76,
died suddenly at about 11 a.m.
today at his shop on Collins
Avenue
11< was found dead in the
bathroom of the Tiny Shop by
his sister-in-law, Miss Julia
Crawford. Mr Sands suffered
from a heart condition.
Mr. Sands, a member of an
old Bahamian family, was a
secretary to the Board of
Agriculture as a young man. He
later joined Mr. Alan Kelly in
the liquor business. About 47
years ago he went into business
on his own and opened a
drygoods store, The Tiny
Shop, on Bay Street. Several
years ago he moved the store
to its present location on
Collms Avenue.
Mr. Sands served with his
late brother, Arthur, in an
artillery regiment on the
Western Front during World
H'ar 1.
fle is survived by his wife,
Marian, his brother, Fred, and
t wo sistd*rs -law, the Misses

lia an hertha Crawford.
Stavas the uncle of the late
Sir rddSands, Manister of
inane an Tourism in the
UBP government.


VOL. LXX, No. 189 Saturday, July 7, 1973. Price: 20 Cents


RED CARPET ROLLS OUT AND HITS ROYAL VISITOR


THE BEAUTY OF THE BA
vulnerable the islands can be u
sensibly preserved," HRM the
yesterday.
Pnnce Charles, here to
represent Queen Elizabeth at
the dependence celebrations,
was making a humour-filled
reply to an address of welcome
by Prime Minister Lynden O.
Pindling, who noted the
Bahamas' "impressive history
of entertaining members of the
British Royal Family.
The full text oa the a so.u
Minister's and Prince Charles'
addresses follow.
The Prime Minister said:
'YOUR ROYAL
HIGHNESS:
On behalf of the
Government and people of The


r ntwe nie a sp a

Th Beahama t this times an
impressive history of
entertaining members of the
British Royal Family on
official as well as private visits.

report nti ownlythatfewPrinur
Alfred, later Duke of
Edinburgh, arrived in Nassau
on 3 December, 1861; the
Duke and Duchess of Kent
chose The Bahamas for their
honeymoon in the 1930's and
Your Royal Highness' late
grand uncle, His Royal
Highness the Duke of Windsor
was Governor of The Bahamas
during the last war, from 1940
to 1945. More recently, The
Bahamas has been honoured by
the visits of Her Royal
Highness Princess Margaret
your Royal Father on three
occasions, Her Majesty the
Queen Mother and Her
Majesty the Queen herself in
1966.
The real interest which
members of the Royal Family
have taken in the Bahamas is
most highly appreciated. Your
Royal father's love of the sea
has found ready response
amongst Bahamians who also
treasure a long and colorful
tradition of seamanship. As I
recall, the Duke attended the
Exuma Regatta in 1959 and
actually sailed in one of our
local yachting events in Nassau
the same year. Your Royal
counsin Her Royal Highness
Princess Alexandra and her
husband. Hon. Angus Ogilvy
vacation in the Bahamas almost
annually.
NO COMPLAINTS
We believe the Royal guests
have all enjoyed their sojourn
with us certainly we have
had no complaints!
I am aware that Your Royal
Highness has yourself visited
The Bahamas on two previous
occasions earlier this year
when, as I understand it, Your

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20,000 at Rawson Square for


arrival of HRH Prince Charles


By NICKI KELLY
BAHAMIANS YESTERDAY rolled out the red carpet for Prince Charles -


figuratively and literally.
The carpet, an afterthought
that came suddenly thumping
open at his feet, was only one
of the several episodes that
gave a comic opera touch to
the arrival of the Prince of
Wales for the official start of
the Independence celebrations.
The Prince, managing with
aplom 19hide h niti

strode mto Parliament Square
to take his seat unde the


covered dais.
Unlike the rest of the rainy
week, nature was at her most
dazzling, as wave upon wave of
heat enveloped the more than
20,000 people who crammed
Prince George Wharf, Bay
Street and the adjoining
rooftops to catch a glimpse of


taheEvi st i ay Ah
given a preview of the various
sites at which they were to be
located, but someone
obviously failed to tell the

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interesting shade of Bahamian
pink when promptly at 4
p.m.-and on schedule-the
Minerva hove into sight across

thca firing ae un I e
royal visitor
The vessel was preceded by
the four, flag-decked blue and
red police boats, with officers
at attention on the deck. And
I about the bi h like
h of of minno ss ipas a
flotilla of brightly-decorated
small(d ELY MOMENT
-
This sail-in across the
silver-tipped blue waters of
Nassau harbour was probably
the loveliest moment of the
day.
At 4:10 p.m. sharp Minerva
drew alongside Prince George
wharf, her complement ranging


thteTo gth belowher odneck t

gkside S
Lynden Pindling drove up to
discharge Mr. and Mrs. Pindling
and the Prime Minister's
personal bodyguard Inspector
OscMr SaP Ing wore a white
short-sleeved suit and blouse.
navy-blue pumps tipped with
white and turquoise, and a
wide-brimmed white muskateer
hat held back by a red rose.
The Prime Minister wore a
double-breasted black
pinstripe suit with a red
handerkerchief in the pocket.
At 4:25 p.m., five minutes
before Prince Charles was due
to disembark, Sir John Paul. In
his official blue serge unifonn
with head plumes, suddenly
appeared with Lady Paul
walking at a somewhat frantic
clip down the dockside.
ON THE HOP
The normal procedure
would be for the governor to
he driven to the dockside in his
Daimler. The Tribune later
learned that the Rolls Royce
had become trapped in the
traffic jam at East Street and
Sir John and his wife had no
choice but to get out of the car
and hop it as fast as they could
down to Prince George.
Despite the unexpected trot,
Lady Paul managed to retain
her cool in a sheer black and
white v oile with
white-brimmed lavender hat
that dipped in front.
Promptly at 4:30 p.m.
Prince Charles emerged on
deck dressed in naval uniform
decorated only by the blue
sash of royal rank.
He saluted his ship's officers
smartly then turned and faced
the waiting crowd for a
moment before striding down
the gangplank to greet first the
governor and his lady and then
the Prime Minister and Mrs.
Pindling. Boat whistles burst
into a blast of welcome.
It was at this point that all
the so carefully planned
security measures of the police
went a n mloke.

G parttyh led by the
governor an e rince,
started to move at a fast cliP
down the raised walkway. So
did the crowds who were
solidly packed on the lower


level planned initially only for
the press to move ahead swiftly
for photographs and television
shots.
in the ensuing mayhem,
press and public turned into a
stampeding mass, as the photo
men fought to get shots of the
Prince inspecting the honour


no et e eSquaremth
frantic. The platforms
promised for photographers
failed to materialize. Instead,

e5 oundhthemseoves mbmed
Parliament. The beds had. for
the moment, became stands for

== -r and t
what, as photographers
jockeyed desperately for
photographic positions.
At one point it seemed they
would come to blows with
police who were trying to keep
the entrance to the square
clear,
It was just as he was taking
his first step forward into the
legislative enclosure that Prince
Charles got the carpet.
All the while it remained
rolled up at the foot of the
dais. Then Bahamian
photographer Franklyn
Ferguson realized the blunder
and gave it a push at the
eleventh hour.
At the dais Prince Charles
was introduced to
Governor-General designate
Milo Butler Sr., the various
denominational church heads
the Chief Justice and member
of thee gislature.his seat on the

atforPmu t i a i

and Lady Butler
Sir Milo was for the first
time seen to be wearing in
public the chain and sash of
a Knight Grand Cross Orderof

St.FM ha 1and Gw Ir ming
address by the Prime Minister
and his reply. Price Charles
drove off for Government
House at 4:50 .m. for a brief
stop before proceeding to the
QueenElizabethS ortsCentre
Left behind wepe dozens o
obviously wilted guests, man

eiw mtsluid been a cu ym

o ho g h tA- r
shine-brought along their
umbrellas. Those on the

ne' utu ethe square who
re .
But the piece of the da\
came when this reporter
decided to walk through the
Boyle Building Arcade in
r Whoss eithi hcuor yino
n from the East Stref
it but Mrs. Pindl
enTanceP M t ing. .
e rime ints er s wt e
had more on her mind at that
moment thalnovvater h wevser.
a swi er s e
disappeared into Mar-Dec s
beauty salon to repair the
damages of the afternoon,
SilOut don East Street the
ver w Rolls proceeded
on its way with its single
occupant in the back seat-


e t in elnm sG e


theH HM irC R a \,the c iia y r
Prince George Wharf to the welcoming ceremony in
Rawson Square, while police cleared the way. [*TWO
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80 On t 8 0 Of6 S 0 W

By MIKE LOTHIAN
HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES and the four other leading
persons in the Bahamas the Governor, the Prame Minister and
their wives were among 800 invited guests who last night
tph gh11 enjoyed the BahTastIndependence Folklore Show at
-


~HAMAS offers "vast potential ... so long as it is realized how


the Royal toes so you see I
carry a piece of the Bahamas
with me wherever I go! I
realized then, when I was in
Eleuthera, the vast potential
that such attractiveness offers
and likewise the chance it can
provide for Bahamians in all
walks of life, so long as it is
realized how vulnerable the
islands can be unless careful
control is exercised and that
unique attractiveness sensibly
preserved
The phenomenal
development and expansion of
Nassau in particular and of the
Bahamas in general has excited
many people's imagination and

nemrs ritboe at theera 1 .

it

h
and ast te moment ot
epen ence oathe Pni e
wee tean the Constitutional
inis uments to symbolize the
to fer oo mpletelenational

Bah om e peop t I
trusamasc od fa e un nt
an cons ion am pruct that I ure
will cdontnbute to tohe welfare
an opmen e
islands that constitute the
C nmonwealth of the
amas.
During the course of my
stay in Nassau, I am greatly
looking forward to meeting as
many Bahamians as possible
and to witnessing the various
events that have been arranged
to celebrate Independence. It
will also be very enjoyable to
live ashore for a few days and
to escape from the clutches of
my senior officers albeit
temporarily.
The last time I attended any
Independence celebrations was
in Fiji and during their
welcome ceremony I was given
a splendid drink called kava
which you are supposed to
drain without stopping. I
couldn't help wondering today
whether you are going to offer
IC b
ecial ceremo raunk mho
hesitation. The result could
have been very interesting
But as you haven't produced
a ceremonial Goombay Special
I can only thank you for
welcoming me here with such
warmth and friendliness, and I
can assure you I shall always
have a special affection for the
Bahamas, and will do my
utmost NOT to resist your
Irresistible shores. 4)

p
rince tCrhdarles arrived tMS
m. yes ayL r Cl

frigate n which s servings
an acting lieutenant
lie stepped onto Prince
George Wharf right on time at
4:30, to be greeted by HE the
Governor Sir John Paul and
Lady Paul, Prime Minister
Pindling and Mrs. Pindling, and
senior police officers.


Royal Highness was introduced
to the fascinating amenities of
sun, sand, sea and warmth of
friendship which these Isles of
June afford in such
superabundance. I like to
think that on those previous
visits the proverbial sand stuck
in the Royal shoes and will
guarantee Your Red
Highness' repeated returbs to
our irrestible shores.
On this occasion. Your
Royal Highness comes as the
Royal Visitor to perform a
most important historic role at
our Independence
Celebrations. We note with
utmost pleasure and

i to et edhei tto or

ursehCT n lat
unique authenticity to what we
expect to be a splendid and
memorable occasion.
Your Royal Highness, on
behalf of the Government and
peop eofBtah Comnaonwea

personal greetings from my
wife and myself, you
are most welcome
Repl the P d
ying, rince sai
Thank you. Mr. Prime
Minister, for all your kind
words of welcome. Ever since 1
left the United Kingdom in
HMS Minerva some five
months ago I have been
looking forward with eager
anticipation to visiting Nassau,
so that when the Queen asked
me to be her representative at
the Independence Celebrations
of the Bahamas I was delighted
to accept. I know too that the
sailors on board HMS Minerva
have been looking forward to
this visit so if you want your
town painted an interesting
shade of red you have only to
give the word.
Having heard so much about
the islands of the Bahamas
from members of my family
and having read the multitude
of statistics that have been
produced about the number of
square miles the Bahamas
cover, the miles of beautiful
beaches and superb hotels that
exist I thought I was prepared
for my first introduction, out 1
could not have been less
prepared. In the last four
months I have visited several
parts of the Bahamas including
the island of Grand Bahama
with its amazing tourist
development and excellent
deep water harbour the
Tongue of the Ocean, which
has such superb conditions for
underwater research, and the
island of Eleuthera, with which
I fell hopelessly in love. The
latter provided me with a
week's opportunity to discover
the peace and fascination of
life on a Bahamian beach
something I had never
experienced before and which
gave me great happiness and
contentment, that is until I
discovered those proverbial
grains of sand wedged between


The extent to which the
official party, at least, enjoyed
themselves and relaxed during
the 6(>minute presentation was
evidenced at the grand finale,
when dozens of balloons were
released from the theatre's


PR ESS E110 Y

. .
PRINCE Charles met the
press today in an informal
reception at Government
Ilouhse. heir to the throne,
tanned from his time at sea, is
far handsomer than his
photographs make him out to
be. Today his smile, so
reminiscent of his mother
Queen Elizabeth, flashed
frequently as he moved easily
from group to group
exchanging anecdotes.
The conversation was
"strictly off the record," but it
revealed that Prince Charles has
a delightful sense of humour
even at the most solemn
occasions.
The reception was held in
the recently re-decorated
drawing room of Government
liouse. (e See Feature Page
Inside.)
Also present in addition to
the Prince were Governor Sir
John Paul and Lady Paul who
will be leaving at the end of the
Inonth.
From Government House
Prince Charles was to proceed
to Ft. Montagu to view the
Independence regatta.
This evening state delegates
to the Independence
celebrations will be presented
to His Royal Highness at
Government House before the
start at 8.30 p.m. of a large
reception in the grounds.


ceiling.
Governor Sir John Paul and
Lady Paul and Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling and Mrs.
Pindling immediately started
having great fun batting the
balloons around with their
hands.


: "E,
w int ob e ett t
floor more or less out of sight
... then sent them flying with
the toes of his shoes.
After a minute or so.

te < vth1e Prine)e okT k
the baboons away with the
royal fingertips.
Among the 800 invited
guests visiting state
delegates, members of the
legislature, high Government
officials and major industry
figures was controversial
financier Robert Vesco-
ENJOYED
Everyone enjoyed the
folklore show. excellentiv
performed by Bahamian singers
and dancers.
The show took segments of
Bahamian history and set them
to music and dance.
It depicted the harsh
drudgery of slavery, relieved
only by spiritual singing and
frenzied dancing. It focused on
the influence of the "obah
man" in the isolated
settlement, and humour was
injected by representations of
the carefree way Bahamians
switch lovers, and of the
over-dramatisation of grief at a
typical Bahamian funeral,
The Prince showed hi.,
appreciation for the show hy
spending several minutes on
the stage talking with the
artists (he also investigated the
source of the distinctive
rhythm of the cow-bell) and
congratulating producer.
-director Alek Zybine.
Accompaniment was provided
by pianist Clement Bethel.
While the dignitaries enjoyed
the folklore show, motorists
were fuming and their cars
overheating in the massive
traffic jams precipitated by
security precautions. Roads
along the Prince's route from
Government House to Paradise
Island were closed to all other
vehicular traffic.
Although policemen at all
intersections did creditable
jobs of directing traffic the
roads over which vehicles were
diverted simply could not cope
with heavy traffic which was
worsened by numerous
motorists who were out to see
the decorations that festoon
the city area.


A SPECIAL 80-PAGE
COLOUR SOUVENIR
EDITION to commemorate
Independence will be
published by The Tribune on
Monday morning and will be
on sale from The Tribune and
throughout Nassau all day.
Price for the Souvenir Edition
is 50 cents,
Included in the issue are
special colour photographs,
special articles by Dr Paul
Albury on "The beginning of
our history" and the Early
Settlers, by Dr. Cohnan Barry


on The Tribune, the Hon
Eugene Dupuch Q.C., on our
Constitution by Gail
Saunders on Emancipation
by the Hon Leonard
Knowles on our Judicial
System and a special article
by Sir Etienne Dupuch.
There are also special
feature articles on Prime
Minister Pindling, Sir Milo
Butler and our last Royal
Governor, Sir John Paul.
Be sure to get your copy of
this Special "Independence
Souvenir Edition."


i~hro


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Nassau and Bahama Islands Lead ingt News ae


Prince acts with royal


aplomb


Prince gets no Goombay Specila


80-PAGE INDEPENDENCE




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US$ SHAKY

IN EUROPE,

VALUE DROPS

FRANKFURT, GERMANY
(AP) The American dollar
hit new lows for the ninth
consecutive day Friday,
i{h estunnoilruttorol uo an
new realignment of major
cu neieheoverothethweek"itt
Nat 1 Bank said the
iona
monet ompisittiatio ut had
control." He asked how long
the United States was prepared
to "watch idly" the continued
dollar slump without
intervening in the market to
buy dollars.
The value of $1 dropped
three per cent in 24 hours on
the hectic Zurich market, to a
record low of .705 Swiss
francs.
In Paris, the dollar fell
through its psychological
barrier of four francs down t
an all-time low of 3.86 franc
in West Germany. the value
of the dollar slumped a
sharply that several maior
Frankfurt banks halted dollar
trading an hour early became
they could find no buyers
This meant that Amerman
travelers who through most of
the 1960s paid 25 cents for
each mark now were having to
pay nearly 45 cents a mark.
On the tumultous London
market. dealers reported New
York banks came into the
market to sell huge amounts of
dollars. There, the dollar
strengthened slightly against
the weak pound

An interesting
program about

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husband. Richard Burton,
The couple had created an
itnternat nud stithe rs l964 to complete a mud'
publieved romance begun
during the filmingof Cleopatra
two a earliersaid then that
Burton was a "very sexy man.
who has "jungle essence."
Burton said he "had no idea
what total love was" and
couldn't see himself "falling in
love with anyone else."
Now the couple who
weathered a storm of scandal
to become husband and wife
have announceduseparation.
Miss Taylor has flown to Los
Angeles: Burton is secluded on
Long island. But both say the?
hope for a reconciliation.
"There's no question about
Our mutual love and devotion
for each other." Burton said in
a statement released
Wednesday. "Maibe we have
loved each other too much,
111ss Taylor said.
The raven-haired actress and
the British actor were married
on March 15, 1964. in
Montreal. The marriage came
10 days after Miss Taylor's
divorce from Eddie Fisher was
final and it helped squelell
outeries of public indignation
which had trailed them since
the Burton-laylor romance
began. .
Witti g i'T'k patrain ll
q Taylor was living there
w th Fisher. her fourth
lu sband. Burton was married
to his British wife. Sibil
"Co tra."theurt< in to 11i
lawior often were seen on
dates while Fisher stayed
home.
Soon Fisher flew back to the
United States and filed suit
Mr divorce, and Burton s wife
Sibil divorced him. The
romance made headlines,
Italian newspapers branded
I Ivaheth a scarlet woman and
called for her banishment from
Rate. The Vatican newspaper
called her an unfit mother.
COULDN T HELP IT
..v Un us. on
11is/ f aylor said later "I felt
n"ibleinl n hepets ausive
involved. but I couldn I help
losing Richard
Miss Taylor had prestousli
married and divorced the late
( onrad Nicholas 'Nick\'
Elilton Jr.. and actor Michael
Wilding. She also was the wife
of movie magnate 11ike Todd
when he was killed in a plane
erast in 1958.
11 favior had sold she
married 1111100 10[ 3
rose- vered cottage, Wilding
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on the witness stand that her
I otel heir husband cared more
for the gambling tables than
inn on their European
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I he wholesale price
I led I (1
Te- onth panal in le < t
arm products.4 d deer1"
mi 1 I t
un1at it tt < aditist//l 1 trli etine
hidest rates since January
1651
1he disappointing economic
news was certain to lessen ever
fur thr confidence in the dollar
aterseas, where it plunged to
" trar i I'ar}/c rag n note in the
co>ntonic picture was the
I ahr Tr Del artinent s report
that 1 < n at mn 5
inemployment 4ate et g
latin in une la 8 per cent
0 t he work torce. It mar ked
t Ir l ismhee I 1197
per cent.
[ ast mont i's price report
I arto it 111< wed ""
inflattun:m surge continmil l
th in at le icleti tw indel
nt whoksule prices is atten :1
Net wit at coming changes ill
lances of retail products
holesale rices have
areased at 1 seasonalli
usted annual rate of 4 4
c "nit dost
dent \lion's phase 3
r gr ni
pe cent during the 14
at of the phase
n ."e. soluch had stri ter
on wasonal basis, June's
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etail and unuf .. Main
prR1 unleh the eltects of the
trace \\ill not show up until
price report is issued
a me nt tI b
ilm or men iC A i:::
F ypot .
Ind, he ulde n the pn s ot hean meal. Lunch are
ubwelt to export quotus, has
wide amilt11j truce. prices of
turn pruducts, including fresh
e et es. F e)stoc7. Pp >u .
last month, the uniornment
said.
In at her economic
desch unientitwr < thanks and



inunediatel to announce


1 tit n mi tillic 133
now ime to study the
Nets uns announced on
lursday h\ three federal
I ill truerestrates
Paul A. Volcker,
Lndersecretari of the Treasury
for monetari athurs, ruled out
another dealation of the U.S.
Jollar. (* SI I SFORY THIS
PAGI I He stud the current
decline in the value of the
*dollar on sonw world monetary
markets results from the
'speculatlic movginent that
leeds upon Itwit to solue


O SON DB KHA\ RS n

he asn ow. I< real re ora three a nn
own open p. frament
m it non .
0 a aim refused a anage an other
r menti sons leaden to a
r on on a ni nuenus into at June :*0

0 rE CKEST POSSlhLE SETTLEMENT
im in user heannins talks e sti chua
8 ur i. nwr .na the t mted state"
anhouts


married Wilding, a suave British
1 r locy hsad ivyear*nsh
their 4 2-year marriage. A
spokesman for the couple
blamed "career trouble" for
the splholourful. cigar-chewing
fodd was Miss Taylor's third
husband. Miss Taylor, then
nearly 25, and Todd. 45. were
married Feb. 2, 1957. Best
inen were Fisher and Mexican
comedian Cantinflas. Fisher's
wife. Debbie Reynolds, was an
attendant. On March 8". 1958.
Todd was killed in a plane
crash
Six months after the crash,
the widow, trying to forget
Todd. left for Europe. On the
way. she encountered Fisher in
New York. After a few days
there she cancelled her
European plans
Fisher and Miss Reynolds
were divorced on May 12,
1959. and 3": weeks later
Eddie and Miss Taylor were
inarriett
Burton and his first wife,
Sybil, were divorced in 1963.
They had two daughters.
lie said before he met
Elizabeth. "I had no idea what
total love was. I was thrown by
it very badly. I was in a terrible
state of shock. Now, thank
God, I can't see myself falling
in love with anyone else. Oh, I
it a r with some pretty little blonde
E beth
101 ilove minute .mbditforli at, I
think
After their wedding Miss
acle a ahp leda
And I love him enough to
stand hv him no matter what
n
11e lighstdo.to be separated,
the\ made several films
together.


In Friday's wholesale price
rel at, fr sit ba2tul et le
higher than a year ago, grains
tip 89 per cent. livestock 32.4
gh ent, poultry 79.3 percent
()nly the first sale of raw
agricultural products at the
farm is exempt from the price
freeze, leaving processors and
wholesalers to absorb higher
farm prices. This is expected to
increase pressure to pass on
these costs when the freeze is
lifted with the unveiling of
phase 4 controls.
Prices of farm products,
processed foods and trains
combined went up 5.6 per cent
last month and 5 per cent after
seasonal pricing patterns were
subtracted, both the highest
rates since last December.
Sharply higher prices for
gasoline and fuel oil were
mainly responsible for a
nine tenths of 1
nine-tenths of 1 percent
unadjusted jump in the price of
gasoline.
"or consumer foods
twisically what supermarkets
pay to get their commodities
prices rose 2.2 per cent the
lyighest rate since March.
conTshjnerate g< dsincreas(ad rig
foods was the highest since the
Korean War inflationary period
two decades ago. They went up
1.7 per cent on an unadjusted
b)ast herbi9ggest jump since
LESS UN MPLOYED
Last month s drop in the
unemployment rate indicated
the expanding economy was
beginning to absorb the
increase in the labour force and
offered the administration
hope of achieving its goal of
reducing the jobless rate to 4.5
per cent by year's end. A rate
of 4 per cent is considered full
employ ment by most
economists.


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sonalist guerrillas bac
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use n eight-tenths per
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tualli as sted on samelliu;
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last a smNt e3, ,,
an with the death-
out guilts nt manslaughter n
a ntt was sentenced to 2o war


18. the government said Friday.
By late Friday evening
Rhodesian security forces had
rescued 19 I of the hostages
Those still nussing include
58 women and the only white
taken. Father Clemence Freye'
German born Jesuit priest, who
it is understood volunteered to
vt Ithd the chil ri potant tl e


area which runs along
1 d sia'sm northeast border
Th s has been the centre of
much of the fighting since the
guerrillas launched their latest
offensive towards the end of
last yell Suit misslan is run $1
theWestBerlin-basedEast
German province of the
Societyof Jesus
An official government
Communique issued Friday
night said security\ torces are
in close pursuit of the
suerrillas it said one of the
raiders had died from wounds


during a clash with security
forces.
Meanwhile the Jewit fathers
Friday related the story of the
raid <>n their mission
Father Lorent von Walter
said he came out of his rooni
and saw arms one had a
avex am. round the



them to to to hell. One shoved
tall d kitProt gl11ily rille into me
-
Fath r su eri tend
walked five kilometers to alert
the security forces after the
guerrillas left, said they had
tIdidrhunortitunuwaedhitnha
Father Maurice Rea, a
63-year-old Canadian Jesuit.
said he was punched by a
young guerrilla when he argued
with him. Father Rea said he
asked him who he was and he
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LOS ANGELES (AP) "I really don't believe in divorce,"
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URO FOSE 10 all time
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high before freeze
By Robert A. Dobkin
WASHINGTON (AP)--Wholesale prices shot up at the highest
rate in more than a generation last month before president Nixon
trote prices for 60 days, the government reported Friday.


GETS UNDERWAY
CHRISTI lls liD ST
CROIL Virgin Island
(AP) Four employes of the
Fountain Valley Golf Club
described in U.S. district court
I ridal what they saw last Sept.
igh peensogunm linassacred
The employees, two of them
wounded during the bloody
slayings, were the first
wernmarnt witness to t saif
robbery trial of five Virgin
islanders accused of using
heavy weapons. including a
machine gun. to kill the
victims.
Bettina Tuitt. a waitress at
the club said she was inside the
women's restroom when she
heard popping sounds and
came out to see what was
happening.
She said a man with a 'long
aun was pointing it at four
tourists in theelub'ssnack bar.
lier eyes met the gunman's for
an instant and she froze in fear.
holding her head in her hands
and closinc her eves..
"Oh my God," she
exclaimed and ran with her
eyes shut back to the restroom
\\here she hid until police
came She felt a little sting that
later she discovered was from a
shotgun pellet wound, which
bled profusely.
Vincent James, the cluh's
took Isaac Anthony. the
bartender; and Justine Herman.
a cart delivery boy. also
testified they heard shots fired.
the\ succeeded in running to
rit/an itnuthe jIleje t truck
achrows and in the legs
James testified the only
gunman he saw forced him at
gunpoint to the cash register in
the r)iack bu the witnesses
testified they saw more than
two men.
Defense attorney William
Kunstler of New York and one
of the other defense lawyers.
Ler\ Mercer, in cross
examination, 11ad the
withnesses state they were
unable to identify any of the
defendants when they saw
them mgare than a month later
in a police lineup with several
Other young black men


AffiC80 gu8ffillaS ShdUCI

WISSIOR kidS 10 IIllOdSSIS
SALISBURY, RHODESIA (AP) African nationalist guerrillas
in Rhodesia Thursday broke into a remote mission and abducted
a total of 273 people, mainly schoolchildren aged between 13 and


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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

EDITORIAL

A world of blackness?



By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON. June 14 I am told that many people in Nassau
were surprised when it was announced that Dr. Richard Morgan'
radiologist at the Princess Margaret Hospital, had been informed
by the Minister of Health that his contract will not be renewed.
Dr. Morgan has held this position at the hospital for 16 years
and three of his four sons were born in the Bahamas. The Tribune
published a picture of the Morgan family a fine looking group
of wholesome people who would be welcomed in any normal
community.
This decision to part with the services of this doctor is
supposed to be a part of the Government's Bahamianization
programme but it goes much deeper than that because there is
not a Bahamian radiologist in existence ... nor will there be one in
the foreseeable future as I have been told there is no Bahamian
being trained as a radiologist.
What is more .... radiologists are in short supply in the world. It
is not easy to find a radiologist. They are in such short supply
that it is harder still to find a good one.
After 16 years and with three Bahamian children., Dr. Morgan
was more than just a radiologist .... he had become a part of the
Bahamas, as near to being a Bahamian as any man not born in the
islands could become
assessess
I am told that when it was pointed out to a certain member of
the Government that three of Dr. Morgan's sons were born and
have grown up in the Bahamas he "blew his top" at the
suggestion that people looking like the Morgans could in essence
ever become a Bahamian,
What is a real Bahamian in the eyesight of the present
Government of the Bahamas and the people who slavishly follow
their line of thought*>
This question can best be answered by telling you of an
incident that took place at the International Airport in Nassau
recently.
A young girl student, arriving at Nassau to spend the holidays
with her parents, was being processed by an Immigration
Officer.
She had handed him her Bahamian passport and an
Immigration card identifying her as a Bahamian but he had not
looked at these documents. His eyes were glued on her pink skin
and blonde hair.
"f low long do you plan to visit the Bahamas?", he asked.
"But I am a Bahamian," the young girl protested.
"You are too white to be a Bahamian," the Immigration
otticer declared, thus revealing his state of mind as he grudgingly
allowed her to pass through the barrier.
**********
This is not an isolated incident.
Visitors who have homes in Nassau had been accustomed to
coming and going at will.
Now they are often grilled by Immigration when they arrive at
the airport and sometimes they are given a limit on the time they
can stay in the island.
My wife visits me in Miami every weekend. Passengers are
pre-cleared in Nassau for Miami by American Immigration
officers. They have all grown to know her and pass her through
without question and sometimes with a cheerful word.
On the return to Nassau she is sometimes grilled by an
Inunigration Offleer when they see that she has an American
passport. I flew to Nassau with her recently to attend the funeral
of Tribune employee Sam Pinder.
I stood behind her when she presented her passport to an
Immigration Officer. He took one look at her and started to grill
her. I listened for a few seconds.
"For God's sakes man," I finally exploded. "Don't you know
my wife?"
"Excuse inc," he said. confused. And he passed her through.
**********
What do incidents of this kind mean?
I can best answer this question by repeating a story I have told
in this column before.
A few years ago my wife and I attended an International Press
Conference in Nairobi. which was opened by Kenyatta.
On a state visit to Kenya at the time was another dictator ....
Kunnda of Zambia.
After the formal opening of the Conference an Indian Editor
from Ethiopia put a question to the platform.
"How can Indians in Africa become a part of the new Africa?",
he asked.
"By thinking black and living black," Kaunda replied without
hesitation, and all the black newspaper reporters in the room,
who were covering the meeting..;tood up and cheered.
**********
What is thinking black and living black?
One of the best qualifications for this status in any
predominantly blac k community toda y isfora persontobe
black.
As I frequently pointed out in this column in the days of white
UHP control, pigmentation of skin is an accident of birth for
which no one is responsible. And so, any philosophy that requires
a person to think black or white or any other colour in the
rainbow is robbing him of his primary right as a member of the
human family.


Until some years ago immigration cards required a person
arriving in a country to list his race. I always wrote in this space:
"Human race". I had many stand-up 11ghts with Immigration
Officers over this question.
We are all member of the human race, offspring of the first
parents, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. We have all
developed certain physical characteristics, largely as a result of
the influence of climatic conditions under which our forbears
have lived for countless number of centuries.
**********
In the Bahamas today thinking black and living black is more
than being just black.
Soon after the Hon. Clement Maynard, Minister of Tourism.
was elected to the House as a member of the PLP ... after
emerging from behind what appeared to be a good UBP facade
when it was "safe" to reveal his true state of mind ... he declared
that he would not be satisfied until the Bahamas was 100 percent
2 -
This meant that, in addition to being black, a person must
conform completely and absolutely to what party leaders
consider "PLP blackism".
This also means, of course, that no one who isn't black or
near black can ever hope to qualify because he is constantly
under suspicion,
This is borne out by the fact that even black Bahamians who
do not confirm absolutely and completely to the "black line" are
isolated from the pack and treated like)a pariah.

In this "pack" a man has to prove himself to be fully accepted.
I did a great deal to help some of the men holding high


ease


posittdons in the party today when they were struggling for a place
in e community. They are among my worst enemies in the
government.
In the early days I was pained and slightly confused by their
behaviour. When I asked someone for an explanation I was told:
"It is known that you befriended this man. Now he has to prove
himself a true member of the party by showing that he is against
you .
A man is even denied the right to retain his friends under this
regime, recalling the inhuman Ilitlerian Nazi approach to
Judaism.
**********
I have never done anything to help Prime Minister Pindling
personally but I have told you in this column of two letters he
wrote me while he was a student in England. These letters
revealed that while he and his "blackness" were out in the
wilderness struggling for a place in the sun. The Tribune was their
Only star and their only hope.
For nearly seventy years my father-and then 1-stood out in the
middle .... most of the time alone .... receiving lashes from a blind
reactionary white group in a struggle to tear down racial barriers
in the colony in the hope that Bahamians could become one
people all members of the human race in the brotherhood of
man under the common fatherhood of God.
**********
There is no denying the fact that racial characteristics are
largely the result of physical surroundings over centuries of time.
To emphasize this fact I will tell you two stories I printed in
this column some years ago.
Forty six years ago I accidentally walked into a meeting of the
Pan African Congress in New York.
Speaking at the time was a professor from the Universit\ of
Illinois who had just completed a study of black people in
Harlem, New York.
His study revealed that these people were physically different
from their forbears in Africa. All their physical measurements
weredif fe rent aswerealsotheirret 1 c x esandmental reactions .
A year later I was travelling on a Dutch ship from New York to
Inagua. This man and his wife were also passengers. They were on
their way to Brazil to study indian tribes in the forests of this
South American country that had not yet been contacted by a
white man.
Go into Hawaii and study the people there. Hawaii is the
melting pot of races, mostly out of the East. Look particularly at
the women and you will see immediately that these people have
undergone a remarkable physical transformation and also a
mental change in this new environment.
**********
And so .... we are now faced with the inescapable fact in the
Bahamas that blackness is the order of the day. And there is no
security for anyone who does not blindly conform.
It is more than just pigmentation of the skin. It is an unhealthy
state of mind which I reject absolutely and completely because I
refuse to be anything more or less than a member of the human
family in which all men are my brothers and we are all children of
the one and indivisible God.
This is why I have left the Bahamas.
Many times I have been asked how I can leave my home so
easily. My answer to this question is that the world is my home
and I will sink my roots where people still live and behave like
civilized hujan beings.
**********
I thought I did my last article in London yesterday but I woke
up at 5 o'clock this morning and found that my subconscious
Inind had been at work while I slept on the Morgan story I had
read in 7he Tribune bethre going to bed.
Now that I know I must go on writing for The Ribune for the
time being I have switched my mind on and now it's in the groove
again. When I thought I could withdraw from The Ribune I had
switched my mind off thoughts of the islands and their future
** * * * -
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
True nobility is exempt from fear.
SHAKESPEARE.


-- I I I II


Free National Movement and Leader of the Opposition, a
position which he admits he never sought but which, under
the circumstances, it appeared his duty to accept. Since
that time Mr. Isaacs has conducted himself in his usual
gentlemanly fashion and with honour.
Under his leadership. the FNM took the honourable
course on the issue of independence and accepted the
decision of the Bahamian people as it said it would once
that decision was made
Others, of course, took the dishonourable way by urging
the party to go back on its word. They indulged in
expensive but useless exercises designed to exploit the
emotions of some of the people while Mr. Isaacs led his
colleagues into the worthwhile enterprise of writing a
decent Constitution for the country.


I


Saturday, July 7, 1973.


A


A WRITER IN THE NEW STATESMAN. the British
Socialist publication, lamented recently that some of the
finest people never become involved in politics and
suggested that perhaps a way could be found to draft them
into the service of their country at that all-important level.

of polieti at ee ed5vi ssn vCeuT o
is that there always seems to be a shortage of the best.
Why is it that a man like Adam Clayton Powell that
lovable but less than saintly character was in there
scrapping and struggling for the top from the break? And
Martin Luther King, near enough to saintliness and fully
endowed with greatness, had to wait fi>r an accident of
history to get him involved and then not really in politics?
The answer to these questions have to do with human
psychology and can be quite complicated Simply as
possible: some good people will not risk their serenity of
soul in a profession of irretrievably lost virtue. as politics
Inust sometimes appear to be. That ma be a fault
Among those who do get into politics are some whose
motivation is to achieve worthwhile, sometimes noble,
objectives. Others are motivated primarily by a consuming
lust for power and glory which springs from deep
ers ail ty problems, perhaps a sense of inadequacy or

This latter group sometimes produces leaders who pursue
and achieve greatness in the sense of goodness. All too
often., though, it has brought forth men like Hitler who
afflict the race with nothing but degradation and sorrow.
They decorate the pages of history with incredible evil and
they succeed m totally reversing the civilizing process of
man, the promising primate.
Even in religious politics you find these monsters. The
Roman Catholic Church became such a stomping ground
for them at some points in its history that it seems almost
miraculous that it has managed to survive with the message
of Christ. Maybe the secret lies in the later determination of
that church to the effect that the best wav not to become
Pope is to show an interest in the position.
That may never become a rule of secular politics here nor
anywhere else. But certainly it is not too much to hope for
that a man who is not prepared to battle ungraciously for
and hang on tenaciously to position, that such a man can be
appreciated by the Bahamian people.
Such a man is Kendal Isaacs. Mr. Isaacs has served his
country well as a soldier and as a civil servant in the legal
profession. The respect he earned in that capacity and in his
private practice of the law led many to hope that someday
he would be called upon to serve in the highest judicial
office.
Those who do not know any better believe that Mr.
Isaacs was never interested in politics. in the progressive
movement specifically. There are others who know better,
who know of his interest prior to 1967. They know that
that interest was never demonstrated beyond the bounds of
the honour and integrity which was demanded of him as a


Just recently Mr Isaues tendered his resignation as
leader because of a levolt in the ranks of the Opposition.
Again, it was the honour able thing to do having regard to
the Constitution of the country and the Constitution of his
" n party. A real leader must lead with the consent of his

1. tn i th whoc at so power and
let there are those who are so biased or just plain stupid
that they cannot recognize decency or who believe that
there is no place for decency in politics. Because Kendal
Isaacs might have said that he had no burning desire to
become Prime Minister in their twisted little minds makes
him unworthy of leadership.
There have been men who never had any burning desire
for authority who have nevertheless warn the mantle with
greater distinction than those who would pay any price or
stoop to any level to have it. Mr. Isaacs might just be such a
nian. If that is so he could bring a Bahamian politics a new
and refreshing dimension. The need for it is there.
......


civil servant
in politics Mr. Isaacs never pushed Mr political
advancement but there are those who know. Including
Prime Minister Pindling. that in 1968 he was reads to serv
in any capacity that might have been asked of him by the

Pivt la n t rdth nd is I 1 ed progress in this
In another time of crisis in the country Mr. Isaacs came
forward and put his weight behind the fledgling Free PLP
because he, too.had become disappointed and disallusioned
with the way the PLP was going. lie inunediatels became
identified with the Dissident Eight and was in fact referred
to in the group as Number Nine.
The results of the 1972 election made him Leades of the


INDI PENDENCE PRAISE

th time Minister Pindling this week issued an invitation to
in e a ceto < li i ti t s runion n "regardless of the colour of your skin or the complexion of
1
yo rr i ng also asked the nation to join him "in asking
God's guidance in the successful discharge of our
responsibility to each and everyone of you throughout
these islands of ours
Perhaps one of these days Mr. Pindling will reco nize
that words alone are not enough. The more hi h-sour di
g ng
the words, the greater the sham if they are not uttered with
sincerity and if they really have no meaning.

politiesan everyone egardless of the complexion of his
There are members and supporters of the Opposition
who have already demonstrated their abihty to ut
common national interests above parusan polities. Somepof
th h d tl
I em ade loine le preparations for independence and
Tave ma outstanding contributions. They have done it
because they are Bahamians and the\ want the country
t tey ove to have its best foot forward.
But what about Mr. Pindling and his Government? Since
the September elections they have engaged in or allowed
other Bahamians to be victimized most cruelly because they
dared to exercise their freedom of choice in politics.
Old people have been fired from jobs which they have
field for years mul there is nothing in sight for them.
Children have had their fathers uprooted and departed
because somebody in the lanuly supported the Opposition.
That is shameful enough on the face of it.
()n top of that some of these same fathers were by

MI 1 ani 1 etjsl it silxantl al nil c nodera in
home for many years
The Prime Minister knows all about these things but
vet these people have been allowed to punish now for
months, particularly the children at inatua.
On the ght of Jul 9 tl ll bably b t
God for a government audi Ps nel nister w tl 1 ite
and more compassion,


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Governors of the Bahaul:6.
stands on the hill herween
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a 1' $Tn "DI.
the a ways unwing twiluone
etr r'>t 11 ssa 1 harbr alls
painted by the Minist:1 of
work in white and pace,
pink.
I he interior has been
transformed by Lady Ann
()rr-l ewis, Interior Designer
t collence he it d 01
(lub Windermere Island Club
1 leathera and the Coloni Club
at Palm Beach within
.s.n .. anasson, a un,
and budget
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an earis 1 nd,
utreflect eron a
t race to heat the do k
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n uned at panic 0 in
/pe stid quiet ordinated the househok!
IM anier, the first Wimpse
0 the intenor that guests get.
heralis the decoratmp whenges
Government House has
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lach room isbursting with
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maids, but I hate to hurt this girl's feelings. I talked it
over with Doug and he said he wouldn't be offended if I
told her no. But how can I tell her and keep peace in the
family? HATES TO HUR'P
DEAR HATES: Tell her the truth--that you are having
your closest friends for your bridesmaids. Period.
CONFIDENTIAL TO ROLLIE IN DES MOINES: Yes, a
rooster does have a male organ, but it is very small. I
suppose a hen would submit that it is adequate for her
needs, but by human standards, it's nothing to crow about.

Problems? You'll feel better if yes get it off your ebest.
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By Abigail Van Buren
@ 1973 by Chic*M Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc
DEAR ABBY: I am a wife and mother. I have a lovely
home, two wonderful children and a marriage of 20 years
which is rapidly deteriorating. Our sex life is a complete
washout. We no longer enjoy sex together, yet we are both
too loyal to each other to look elsewhere.
Ours escannotecentmuni te eaWe Iwh rmot expre s
fact, I don't think either of us knows what is wrong.
In 20 years we have both changed so much that I am
not the same girl he married, and he is not the man I
married.
We don't fight, argue, yell or fuss at each other. We get
along fine, as friends, but deep down, we are both empty.
We stay together for two reasons: 11 We don't want to hurt
our children. 2] A known evil is better than an unknown
evil. [We're both afraid we might be worse off apart than
together.]
I am 42. He is 48. I wonder how many other couples
have the same problem? EMPTY IN MEMPHIS
DEAR EMPTY: The most authoritative statistics say
about 50 per cent. I say that's conservative. There is much
more to a marriage than you are getting, which is not news


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Saturday, July 7, 1973.


20-year


to you, or you wouldn't have written to me. If your husband
is as eager to revive your marriage as you, ask your doctor
or clergyman to recommend a good counselor or therapist.

DEAR ABBY: This is my second marriage. We con-
sented to have my husband's son stay with us "for a little
while" while he was in the process of getting his third
divorce.
The son has been with us for a year. He is quiet and
unassuming, pays his room and board money regularly,
Ven e ethat our privacy is more important than his
I have suggested to my husband that he ask his son to
get a place of his own. My husband insists that we can't
"kick him out." I don't see it that way. The son is 40. Am I
wrong! ANONYMOUS
DEAR ANONYMOUS: No. Suggesting that he find other
quarters is not the same as "kicking him out." If after you
make the suggestion he refuses to leave-then kick him out.

DEAR ABBY: Here is a real sticky wicket for you.
How do you say no graciously when it involves the cousin
of your fiance?
On several occasions this girl [she is 161 has asked me
if she could be a bridesmaid when Doug [not his real
namel and I get married.
I avoided committing myself by saying I haven't
thought much about it because we weren't officially en-
gaged yet. [True.1 Doug and I plan to announce our en.
gagement next Sunday, and I know this girl is going to
bring up the matter of being a bridesmaid again.
I intend to have my very close friends for my brides-


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IN THE MATTER of all that tract of land
containing Seventy-three (73) acres situate in
the vicinity of Hoopers Bay and Tar Bay
approximately three (3) miles
Northwestwardly of George Town in the
Island of Great Exuma originally granted to
Philip Bullard and known as Jolly Hulls Tract
and Perserverance Tract


AND>


IN TEMTE fTe


(!uiieting T`itles~


AN I)


IN THE' MATTERK of the


Petitio~n of Bue~nu


TO: The heirs of


a) Isaac Mulnroe, Jr.


b) Catherine Anne Munroe
(the wife of Thomas Curtis)
c) Emerita Munroe
(the wife of Albert Bruce Taylor)
d) Benjamin Everett Munroe


nfelxL o M n oI E


Buena Vista (Exuma) Limited claims to be the
owner of the unincumbered fee simple estate in
possession of the above described land and has
made application to the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have
its title to the said land investigated and the nature
and extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Copies of the plan of the said land may be
inspected during normal office hours in the
following places:

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court. Public
Square in the City of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.

(b) The Chambers of Messrs. Sawyer & K nowles,
Suite 3D in the Nor

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court. Public
Square in the City of Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.

(b) The Chambers of Messrs. Sawyer & Knowles,
Suite 3D in the Norfolk House, Frederick
Street in the said City of Nassau. Attorneys
for the Petitioner.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
blaim not recognised in the Petition shall on or
before the 30th day of July, A.D. 1973 file in the
Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or the
4mdersigned a statement of his claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidovit to be filed
Therewith. Failure of any such person to file and
serve a statement of his claim on or before the
30th day of July, A.D. 1973 will operate as a bar
to such claim.
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shareholders support dt
decision of the Board, an
Mr. Chaplin goes, St.dAndrew's
Tendmlao r an rS f who wila
have to adjust their educational
thinking to coincide with that
of a group of businessmen.
with absolutely no professional
training at all.
so .,,ea, to es"
shareholders. For the future of


I IN1UR. the Tribune
I would be most grateful if
Lou would publish thisletterin
v our newspaper. -
Much has been said and
irr i al f oebt pl indfro
St Andrew s School There
have been allegations and
ounter-allegations from both
sides there have been few
positive answers. Though there
nil'tunmyS go n
re nta ed. t ful nistse do
not appear to be enough The
late of one man lies in the
hands of a relatively small
group of shareholders. We are
told that the Board of
1)irecors have convassed and
ed the majority of these
votes It is this fact that has
caused me great tear. not
wreli concern, a word much
usest recently, with the
resulung loss of any real
meaning Fear for Mr Chaplin.


a specialist one Those who
ent or the profession
educators require
deli ac ice w n te alo
considerable specialist
professional training. In many
cases. however, ttus is not
enough Experience, in a field
of human relationships such as
teach ng, is almost as
important as academic and
q Th
academic and professional
abilit) together ith
experience in his field A
head teacher is more than an
ordinary teacher: he is one
who has excelled in the
ordinars aspects of his job and
has added to his qualities those
leadership and
adnunistrative ability A
uccessful head-teacher is one
who has. oler the years
excelled in his job
A problem arises when a
school. or education centre, is
a comoany. There is implied in
this term business and a
business should he run by
business menl)i^ c rdingli tS
Andrew s School Ltd should
kethea company rso hatS t
Andrew s is a non profit
making company, so that it
stays out of debt. If no
member of the Board of
Directors of St Andrew's
School is an educator, it seems

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1 DITOR The Tribune,
I noticed the headline in the
June 20th issue of the Nassau
Guardian which read as
follows
Taxi Cah Driver Made
Offer to Fat Woman
Passenger '
fhe purpose of this letter is
to express my surprise that
cannibalism still exists in the
Bahamas 1973 the year of
Independence
JOHN THOMPSON
The Grove
\assau.
June 0 1973


St. Andrew s School 100 ni
choose between a success<
headteacher who has excell
at his job over the years. and
group od insinessinen ii
I o ruin t mu
teacher, the choice is 01
ALLAN 11URR \}
St. Andrew s School
July 6.1973


side of the school. No teacher
would presume to be a business
man in the specialist world of
business today
Now we come to what I
consider the crux of the
problem at St. Andrew s
School. The Chairman of the
Board has stated that there
were numerous examples of
Mr. Chaplin's disregard for the
z oe'se tsine"".1
d dntoetae eure awitteh t uec nna
on how to run the business side
of the school. One can only
assume that these businessmen
issued Mr. Chaplin with
instructions as to educational
matters. And if these
instructions seemed to the
professional and experienced
educator to be wrong, or
specthav eeect thChapl







ISNEE 0 ED
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your most valuable columns to
make a few comments.
Sir Etienne, who is in
semi-exile continually
eatensTtMos d e an
tragedy were it to happen
Radio Bahamas, The Nassau
Guardian and other news
media do not appear to be
objective in their approach to
journalism. For the most part
The Tribune would appear to
be the most objective of all the
news media. We cannot afford
to lose it at this time.
There is much wrong-doing
m our country today, both
inside and outside the
government. Left unexposed,
the persons concerned would
be in a position to perpetuate
more evils on an unsuspecting
populace
anPolitice n 11Flave been mn
threatening remarks against
T7nunit ec e statement
must be recorded for posterity.
A good newspaper does not
have to apologise to anyone
when it reports objectively.
People, especially politicians,
inake the news. When they
make good news the paper
shonald np>rintneitS when,:::
should ignore them, and when
they make'bad news. via bold
ultdhrraneba nent tohs:\
away with them
say., s. .as man
writ isa s of o ri s uda e
discovered they should be
exposed and when things are
done in th normal course of
events they should be
commended We see evidence
of favouritism throughout the
Public Service and in certain
instances junior personnel seem
to have more authority than
Permanent Secretaries. In a
particular case a certain
individual (female) seems to
exercise more authority in the
Ministry than her minister
People in the know jokingly
refer to her as the "Lady
Minister" and perhaps with
some justification.
What our leaders do not
seem to realize is that when
such information is discovered
it is the duty of a free press to
print it on the front page so
that it can attract the attention
of the taxpayer who, in the
final analysis, hs to pay for
such skulduggery
exlnsteadare \vhden these
ulk of this person or that
person trying to overthrow the
government and destroy the
country The politicians should
take note. The Profumo


Scandal overthrew the
o nnwndidinn 13riti r twitth
country My advice to some of
these power hungry mortals
and their gods is that if you
can't take criticism then stay
out of pubhe life
yoT nd ixpa rsareareot i
'right" m their sights then y
criticized and then some
To Sir Etienne, I say, keep
the faith and don't give up.
contrary to your present
feelings your labour has not
= ---t ,= = "
remember what you tried to
do. Take comfort brother, I

': dntoh nidea sus
My battle cry is "Right On."
JAMES E. BROWN.


Board's prm mitk,


mistake is the tragic state of St.


nothing either honourable or
admirable in hazarding the
future of a fine school.
The Board is composed of
intelligent people who can
surely see that goodwill and
conciliation would achieve
better results at this time than
stubbornessend intractability.
PAUL ALBURY
Nassau
July6,1973


EDITOR, The Tribune,
What a sorry turn St.
Andrew's has taken!
Just a short time ago, this
school was vibrant with spirit
and harmony: today it is sullen
and disjointed falling apart.
The children are bewildered,
the parents angry, the teachers
fearful. the shareholders
f d
conAusecision made by the
Board of Directors is totally
responsible for what has


would put matters right again,
or which would allow others to
put matters right. Sometimes
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admirable. But I can see

Inde endence

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EDITOR, The Tribune,
I have been in your beautiful
Nassau several times in the
past, always with someone. But
this time I came alone. I am a
deaf man from Toronto,
Canada. I read your wonderful
paper from cover to cover and
receive it at home through my
roommate. I have found many
changes here since my last visit
in 1970 but the people have
not changed, they are as nice
and friendly as ever. The hotel
Ocean Spray, its manager and
staff are just wonderful to me,
very helpful and I shall in
future stay here at the Ocean
Spray on my future visits.
th ene ho m ur teadxi
drivers They all wear ties
O h nt tmbo e swhe el
see those many dogs lying
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Albertson. Ernest Borgnine.
Roddy 1kilowall. Carol
Lynley. Stella Stevens, Arthur
O Connell and Gene Hackman
all take the lead in this exciting
sea drama.
The movie itself was filmed
in the 20th Century Fox studio
in Califon:ia and shots of
scenes were also taken aboard
the luxury cruise liner "Queen


Mary," as she lay docked at
Long Beach, Calif.
It is based on the best-selling
novel by Paul Gallico, of the
same name. The burden of
"The Poseidon Adventure"
becomes the desperate struggle
of 10 survivors to make their
escape from the capsized ship
after it has been struck by a
90-foot high tidal wave.
The stars of the movie itself
are all Academy Award
Winners and Gene Hackman
"Male Star of the Year" for
1972 takes the part of an
activist preacher,
SUNDA Y THRU
THURSDAY' "FISTS OF
FURY" matinees at 3:00 and
5:00, evening 9*00. Suggested
for mature audiences, parental
discretion is advised.
"Fists of Fury", a Chinese
made acti on film
mhT a d eung-Tutei oof
of the first movies to star
martial arts expert Bruce Lee.
Acting on the theme of
"Blood and Revenge," the
movie. "Fists of Fury", allow
its American-born star to
display a combination of
Karate and the ancient Chinese
art of self-defense, Kung-fu.
The movie finds its setting in
modern-day Hong Kong and is
based on the story of
trafficking in illegal drugs. It
allows Lee to show off his
amazing use of fists and feet
against overwhelming odds of
men, vicious attack dogs and a
man known as "Big Boss"
whose Kung-fu mastery is
equal to that of the hero-
The National General
Pictures Release is directed by
Chinese film veteran Lo Wei,
and has the highest grossing
motion picture toeverplay the
Orient. It also features two
Asian beauties, Hong Kong's
Maria Yi and Taiwan's
Malalene.
Lee, who stars in this film is
no newcomer to the screen, he
has appeared before in the
Green Hornet television series
and was seen opposite James
Garner in the film "Marlowe."
"Fists of Fury" has proven
the highest grossing film ever
to play in Hong Kong. It has
outgrossed the movie "The
Sound of Music" and also
"Tora, Tora, Tora," the former
record holders by more than
$600,000.
STARTS FRIDAY, "A
WARM DECEMBER" matinees
at 3:00 and 5:00, evening
9:00. Suggested for mature
audiences, parental discretion
is advised.
Bahamian film star Sidney
Poitier, taking the leading and
directional role of "A Warm
December" has come up with
nothing but stunning success.
Mr. Poitier directed the film
for his own company, Verdon
Productions Ltd. and First
Artists Productions.
Written by Lawrence
Roman, he takes the role of an
American doctor closely
identified with the World
Health Organisation who races
motorcycles as a past-time.
It is through his hobby that
he meets up with stunningly
beautiful Esther Anderson who
portrays Catherine, the niece
anni ast African Ambassador
Finding himself deeply
moved by the young lady's
personality. Poitier, along with
his young daughter Stephanie.
played by Bermudian Yvette
Curtis. invite Miss Anderson to
spend a vacation with them in
theT unto e itself pictures the

i eleme tr w laria young
found herself mother and
fatherless because of the
headed sickle-cell blood
She herself is soon to
succumb, but not before she is
able to experience that which
all women find the love of
another.


NOW SHOWING THRU
MONDAY, "COFFY" plus
"COOG AN'S BLUFF"
Sunday showings continuous
from 5 p.m., Monday matinee
it continuous from 2:00, evening
8:30 p.m. No one under 17
will be admitted. No passes
accepted.
Pam Grier stars in the
Samuel Z. Arkoff presentation
"Coffy" based on the attempt
of a young hot blooded and
attractive hospital nurse who
seeks to kill everyone
directs and stars responsible for causing her kid
u f rc @us sister to end up a maniac
n "A WARM DE- through the use of narcotics
The moviedrunas dilys
"Coffy's" next move as she
also engages in several fights
RE with hot-blooded women like
herself, one a huge black
NIGHT THRU lesbian and the other, the
"WONDER sweetheart of a pimp.
plus "THE The gun-toting nurse, quite
WN AFFAIR" adept at driving in
onday matinee fast-powered motor vehicles,
2:30, evening also ploughs her car through
the hideout of a group of dope
en who sides peddlers, running one of them
beautiful Faye down as he attempts to shoot
rs in "The at her while running up an
Affair" as a embankment.
ho plans a William Elliot plays the part
dollar bank of a young black policeman in
"Coffy" whose partner isa
millionaire a crooked white police officer,
urbane and McHenry, acted by Barry
he gets his Cahilll.
g robberies and Booker Bradshaw, Ruben
t of Boston's Moreno, Allan Arbus, Sid Haig
ring its busiest Lee Broux, Robert Doqui, Bob
Minor, John Perak all side up
ys the part of a as dope racketeers with Linda
fighter with a liaynes and Carol Lawson
d who stumbles acting as their women friends.
's identity, but The movie follows its theme
tuning him, is with a screenplay written by
him and the Jack Hill.
turns to love. TU ESDA Y AND
rests on the WEDNESDAY, "NIGHT OF
by a woman THE BLOOD MONSTER,"
nd yet devoted plus "Vengeance" matinee
loves. She has continuous from 2:30, evening
ionanddoesso 8:30. Suggested for mature
suspected and audiences, parental discretion
er. is advised.
d Wednesday, Richard Harrison takes the
RADE" plus lead role in the Sam Lang and
" mat inee J. Arthur Elliot presentation,
2:15, evening "Vengeance."
Produced by A. Leone in
A Y AND Panavision and Eastmancolour,
CAPONE" plus "Vengeance" co-stars Claudio
DI LL INGER," Camaso, Sheyla Rosin, Freddy
ous from 2:00. Unger and Allan Collins.
e Friday night. It is based on the ruthless
be midnight killing of a cowboy who
, and morning refuses to tell a band of
at all theatres. marauders where he and his
hi friends one whob
a.m. and L54 mysteriously killed had
hidden a large sum of gold.
a.m. and 7 53 His body, mutilated and
badly ripped apart after the
gangsters tie his hands, legs and
neck to their ropes while they
in spur their horses, is found by
his partner.


What else happens is a tale
of "Vengeance." The
mutilated body of their victim
is found by the surviving
'partner, Harrison, who cuts off
five pieces of bloody rope and
swears to return it to each man
who held onto it,
It happens though that only
one of the men was murdered.
the other being responsible for
the killing after double crossing
his partners in an attempt to
gain the gold for himself.
Tracked down, he is given
his just rewards.
STAR TS THU RS DAY.
"DEEP THRUST" plus
GUNNV TGAHTIO TOatineA
continuous from 2:30, evening
8:30. Parental discretion is
advised'
MOON
Sets 7:04 p.m.
Rises 12.38 p.m.
First quarter 3.26 a.m.


Sidney Poitler both
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THURSD
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Minister Pindling claps his
hands in agreement with the
Governor's words of welcome
to Prince Charels. Looking on
is Mrs. Pindling and seated
behind her is Governor-Gen-
eral designate Sir Milo Butler.


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GOOD VIEW These
people looking from the
Bernard Sunley Building were
luckier than most as they got
an excellent view of the
arrival of Prince Charles at
Reason Square.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


GOVERNOR AND
PRINCE The Prince set a
brisk pace as he strode from
HMS Minerva across Rawson
Square to the dais in front of
1 Queen Victoria's statue where
he was officially welcomed.
Here he is accompanied by
the Governor and Deputy
Commissioner of Police
Gerald Bariett.


PRESS SECTION These
photographers were at the
ready for the first shot of the
Prince as he walked quickly
before their lenses. However,
poor crowd control spoiled
many shots of yesterday's
arrival. PHOTO: Rickey
Wells.


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inspects a special police guard of honour drawn up at the dock.
He is accompanied by Commissioner of Police Salathiel
Thompson, Supt. Charles Fernander, honorary A.D.C., and Supt.
Avery Ferguson.PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


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HRH THE PRINi'E OF
WALES, having already
greeted the Governor Sir
John Paul, Lady Paul and
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling, takes the hand of
Mrs. Pindling before moving
on to Police Commissioner
Salathiel Thompson and
aide-de-camp Assistant
Superintendent Harold Cole,
shortly after stepping onto
Prince George Dock from
HMS Minerva. At left is the
Prince's honorary aide-
de-camp, Superintendent
Charles Ferander.

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HMS MINERVA steamed
majestically into Nassau right
on schedule Friday afternoon
to bring H RH Prince Charles,
the Prince of Wales, to
represent Queen Elizabeth II,
at the Bahamas independence

Royal Bahamas Police Force's
Marine Division and by a
flotilla of pleasure craft.


THE PRINCE OF WALES
and Governor Sir John Paul,
followed by Police
Commissioner Salathiel
Thompson and aide-de-camp
Supt. Charles Fernander,
walk at a brisk pace along the
causeway linking the old
Prince George Wharf with the
new extension, on their way
to the inspection of a Royal
Bahamas Police Force
Honour Guard between the
Customs Warehouses and the
Churchill Building.


GOVERNOR-GENERAL DESIGNATE Sir Milo Butler, resplendent in the


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July 9 Flag-raising ceremony
at midnight. July 10 Flag
ceremony in all schools at 9
a.m. July 13 Representative,
Joesph Ford, and other
Government officials will arrive
at noon. They will be taken in
a motorcade from the airport
to town for a welcoming
ceremony at the Parade
Grounds. There will be a sport:
meet followed by cocktails and
dinner at the Commissioner'
residence in the evening. July
14 Mr. Ford and party will
visit Mayaguana. Before
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EXUMA: July 9 sunset
lowering of the Union Jack and
march to St. Theresa's Church
for an ecumenical service. The
service will be followed by a
candlelight procession to the
Parade Grounds where the new
flag will be raised at midnight.
July 10 Flag ceremony at all
schools at 9 a.tn. July 15
Tour of Great -and Little
lixuma followed by
community singing. July 21
Sailing regatta followed by a
fashion show and Goombay
parade. July 22 Prime
Minister, the Hon. Lynden O.
Pindling; Minister of Education
Livingstone Coa kle y,
Representative for George
Town and Ragged Island; and
Rolleville Representative
George A. Smith, will visit. The
Prime Minister and his party
will take part in church
services, a beauty pageant, a
float parade and the Bahamas
Police Band will Beat the
Retreat.
De aTEWoR en'Juay4 of
Prayer. There will he a sailing
regatta and discussions on
I independence among
cut Ize ns, July 11 .
Parent/Teacher Association fair
and programme.
KEMPS BAY, ANDROS:
July 9 Boys Bri



Boston Blackie, will sponsor
four bouts in the evening.July
12 Prime Minister Pindling
will visit. The Prime Mmister
will be taken by motorcade
from the airstrip to the
Government Compound where
he will take part in a
programme of services and a
regatta.
I ll O ERNOR'S HARBOUR,
Pnme Minister Pin10ng wil
arrive and take part in various
sports activities, an ecumenical

raKos x r)alie and n
I LEUTHERA: July 8
Declared a National Day of
ec er{ic rreiceivdl4 m
Ocean Hole Park. July 10
lag-ra sing ceremen y f we
Junkanoo parade. July 11
cocktails and dinner at I'ape
Eleuthera at 7 p.m. July 14
Prime Minister Pindling and
Representative, Preston Albury


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Thanksgiving services in aU
churches in the district
beginning at 9 p.m. The
flag-raising ceremony will be
performed at midnight at the
Independence Monuments in
each settlement. July 12
Deputy Prime Minister, Arthur
D. Hanna and Minister of
Transport, Darrell Rolle,
Representative for the
constituency, will arrive at
Fresh Creek Airport at 9a.m.
They will be taken by
motorcade and float parade to
the centre of town where an
Independence ceremony and
church service will take place.
The official party will then
make a tour of the district. At
3 p.m. a drama and art display
will be held at the Fresh Creek
School followed by a reception
at 7 p.m. July 13 The
Deputy Prime Minister will
open the Inter-School
Independence Sports Meet at 9
a.m And there will be a regatta
in the afternoon at Small Hope
Bay. On the afternoon of the
r th M oRollM and party (
settlement where they will he
met by a Scout Guard of
Honour at the Clarence A. Bain
Airport. They will then be
taken by motorcade to the
Independence Monument for
an official ceremony. At 3 p.m.



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evening.
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ABACO: July 8 There will
be an ecumenical service at
3:30 p.m. at the Government
Dock. July 9 At I1:30 p.m.
there will be a civil ceremony
followed by the flag-raising
ceremony at midnight. July 10
Flag ceremony at all schools
at 9 a.m. In the evening an
and pende yrniswi neb'
residence for Government
officials and community
leaders.

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it is still most unportant to
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but Perry has courage you can
be sure he'll win again many
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you, Mr. Editor, and all your
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ANDROS: July 8 there will
be ecumenical service at San
Andros at 3 p.m. July 9
Flag-raising ceremony at
midnight. July 10 Flag
ceremony in all schools at 9
a.m. July 11-12 Sports days
including track and field events
and water sports. July 13
Deputy Prime Minister, Arthur
D. Hanna and Minister of
Health, Loftus Roker, the
Representative, will arrive,
They will take part in a float
parade, beauty pageant, and
parties for the elderly.
GREAT HARBOUR CAY,
BERRY ISLANDS: July 14 --
Deputy Prime Minister, Arthur
D. Hanna, will arrive at Great
Harbour Cay and will be taken
in a motorcade to Bullock's
Harbour where he will take
part in a float parade, beauty


island at 10 a.m. and an
ecumenical service will be held
at Fight Mile Rock at 4 p.m.
July 9 There will be a
commemorative ceremony at
High Rock at 10:30 p.m.
followed by the East rnd
Festival also at High Rock. At


10 p.m. there will be a music
musical and cultural
presentation at the YMCA
Field followed by the
flag-raising ceremony at
midnight. Parliamentary
representatives Henry Bowen
and Kendal Nottage will arrive
at the field at I1:!S p.m. July
13 Prime Minister and Mrs.
Pindling will arrive at West End
Airport at 11 a.m. and will
dedicate a new park in the
settlement. Afterwards, a
motorcade will take the official
party to Eight Mile Rock for a
short welcoming ceremony and
then continue through Pinder's
Point, Lewis Yard and
IIawkshill to Freeport. At I
p.m. there will be a luncheon
hosted by the Representatives
and followed by a float parade
at 3 p.m. A 5 p.m. there will be
an Independence Rally at the
YMCA Field and a State
Banquet at 8:30 (>.rn. Three
State Balls will be held at
different locations beginning at
11 p.m. July 14 There will
b ra n pendene Goow
the Prime Minister and his


will arrive. They will
participate in a float parade
from the airport followed by a
welcoming ceremony at the
Public School. The Prime
Minister will plant a tree at
Ocean Hole Park,
LONG ISLAND
(SOUTHERN): July 9 There
will be a flag raising ceremony
and gun salute at midnight
followed by a motorcade from
Clarence Town to Gordons.
July 10 Flag ceremony at all
schools at 9 a.m. followed at
11:10 a.m. hy a tree planting
ceremony and parade from the
school onto the dock. Later in
the morning there will be a
Junkanoo parade.
LONG ISLAND (NORTH
END): July 8 National Day
of Prayer. July 9 Cocktail
party at Stella Maris followed
by speeches and the flag-raising
ceremony at midnight. July 10
- there will be an agricultural
fair and bazaar.
ACKLINS: July 8
National Day of Prayer. There
will be an ecumenical service.
July 9 There will be a service
ag-Irsnp.m.followedbythe
midnight and a rally. July 10
There will be an Independence
Party at 1 p.m.
CROOKED ISLAND:
July 8 National Day of




service followed by the
id I nd a reInin t ra$
at the Central School. July 10
Independence party at
1abbage Hill School. Youth
rally at Landrail Point at noon
followed by a joinkanoo
parade. July 13 Family
Island All Star Games at
Colonel Hill Park Beach. July
ces. Swim Meet, and boat
SAN SALVADOR: July 9
There will be a church service

I sabt I id ig ag-raising
exhibition at the Central
School at 9:30 a.m. There will
he a ter's pl30 de e tl
the evening. July 21 Float
ant n annkanoonipara les22will
Prayer Day. There will be an
ecomenical service followwl by
an Independence Omner at the
Teachers Training College.
NIC 11 OLL S TO W N.


FOLLOWING is a resume of
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planned on the Family Islands
to celebrate Bahamian
Independence
GRAND BAHAMA: July 8
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ddition, wthe l aundryroom

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apatent. To rgew balcpony,
per month. Co t t 218 1


C10406
REWARD will be given to
finder of black leather wallet

er ty or Wianrd vicinity of
-
oc ts with important
Please return to Sister's Desk
Maternity Ward or contact Dr.
Siquig telephone 51641. Thank
you.

MARINE SUPPLIES
Cln950

"isnMAKaERt4 h n uxu2r 1
C10355
BROADWATER 25 Straight
Drive Cruiser. 225 h.p.

hr3151er. Contact Smith
C10452
YACHTS and BOATS LTD.

CHRIS-CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

56 foot flushdeck offshore
cruiser 1970 Boat has twin

G ler n r5 aEnxdte5vkw
equ ppe sa wif racd fti i4

7e9,00B0 OmAasskingDuty paid
43 foot diesel double cabin
glass cruiser with f ly bridge. An
"As New" boat with
everything. Must be seen. Call
us.


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
Wrap-A50und M k $D1i8.0 At
at the Dive Flag Awning.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869.

PETS FOR SALE
C10480
INDEPENDENCE SPECIAL
One attractive Colliedor Puppy
(Hait Collie and half Golden
Labrador) black and white
female 11 weeks old. Ideal
watch dog or family pet. Only
$75.Phone3-1356.

ENTERTAINMENT

C103 ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?

Film & Equioment
Service
Rentals of:

Fult length movies
Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders

Filmstrip & Slide Projectors

Screens
Phone 2 2157

C9922
BRIDGE PLAYERS
Duplicate Games every
WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL
at 8:00 p.m sharp.
AII local and visiting players
are welcome.

Master Points awarded.
Card Fee $1.50 per person.


C10471
K EN NETH CECIL
CARTWRIGHT of Nassau, N
P. Bahamas hereby gives notice
that in consequence of the
purchase of the motor vessel
Genelois from Genelois

em r me >have ap d toathe
Industry under Section 47 of
the Merchant Shipping Act,
1894, in respect of the ship
Genelois of Nassau, N.P.
C)ff9cialto ^lumbe22. 25 ist

tonneau blS.08 tn haes

permission to change her name
to Chelique II and to have her
gistered inN h na"r name
KenrmithnCec C tewrightpA

change of name must be sent
to the Registrar of Shipping at
Nassau, Bahamas withil seven
days from th: appearance of
this advertisement.
Dated at Nassau, Bahamas this
7th day of July, 1973.
*

POSITION WANTED
C10419
SALESMAN 10 years
experience. Hard working'
honest and reliable. Phone

5 3

OUCNUGTIE3AHA N woAki
le gere u res so

position with international
Firm or large Bahamian
organization. May be contacted
thru telephone 4-2526 or P.O.
Box 5751, Nassau.
C10467
BABYSITTING
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Phone 5-2439


HELP MNTED
L10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to elp children
deprived of their ormal homes
to become usef citizens of
our new Bahartias? Then

coresideRan rlychild are field
Children is seePaing the
following staff:

a) Women, 25/35 to live in
and care for children 2 to
6 years old. Nursery or
childcare experience
helpful.
b) Mature woman, 35/50.
with childcare background
and ad min istrative
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 be
willing to live in.

cOnrsidere ha ans wi ritit>e 9

'Loer an Dnterview to Mr. & Mrs
f Chiavies. Ranfurly Home
Norssata dren, Box N1413'


NI IMUSM EXPERIENCE:

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
inspects repairs replaces
installs, adjtsts and maintain
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
o rsonnel
Department BahaBoxCement

Freeport, Grand Raham


D CGE BROMEA
require ambitious young man
as Trainee Manager. Ceneral
insurance experience useful but

ui dreprhd st
Insurance institute diplorne
and should have already
obtained 'O Level G.C.E. in at
leastfoursubl4cts.
Applicants should apply in
own handwriting stating age
experience and educational
qualifications to Adv. C10408
c o2 eN BahPamO Box
C10366
JOB TITLE SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:

G5I s or cu av ntor City and

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10

DUTIESMachine shop.ILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance of the entire
cement plant,
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cernent
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and

iT ES ED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10465
LAND SURVEYOR required
by the Nassau Engineering Co.
Ltd. Suitable qualification
desirable but person with good
experience and recommenda-
tion only considered. The work
entails spending about half
time in the family islands
where all living expenses are
paid. Generous salary, free
medical scheme, and
permanent staff position to
con sc ientio us person.
Telephone 22557 for
appointment.


T(X)A
'
YS
SPECIAL T. BLTY
1968 CROILLAC
p LEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE
$6850.00
Also available

w t9eRuOVERti2000- $1500

196t7eFOtRD CORTINA- $700

U6B9UPROBRAMN U OcM00.
blue, 2 door 750
1969 DATSUN S/W-
stick shift, red $800

BRORPACYMDOAUTHed,

to2mD DGE AVENGER2500
G.L db 2350
goo uy
r71aiDOaDGoE7AVENGER1500
1970 FIAT 124-
stick shift $700
1969 FORD GALAXiE-
blue, automatic, radio $100
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
green, V8, automatic $1000.
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA -
blue, stick shift $2250
1964 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL white,

511 cekir GEmAVENGERS4

19E6L6TOL8D85Mt()81LE
go d cFond: %ORTINA $1050
stick shift. white $1850

7DIAFNORD CO RTINA
shift, groon $2500
1970 TRIUMPH il 00-
blue, stick shift $1000.
1971 VEGA S/W
white, automatic $2500

FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come and sec us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-4711


Ti cilt2e
ON 4
Rd
brakes, stouring, automatic
tr ansmission, vinyl top. $2950

,n (Days) 77766 (Eveninq5)

C10479
CORTINA, 15,000 miles,
segistered April 1971, one
English driver, excellent
conditi on, maintained
regardless of expense, $1,200.
kerwi7S7530 evenings or
C10410

C MAAN lO9TORTD
1971 VIVA 2 D
Auto Greori r.
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA$1695

8 O TI TSTRATO$1795
1970 HILLM HUNTER1400
4 Dr. Auto. Whd "
1968 JAVE e $995
1972VAUX NL ICTO1200
4 Dr. 2000 St
1967 TRIUMPH 0 $2950
Red Std. $800
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. S/W Yellow $475
1973 VICTOR S/W F.E.-
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970 FORD CAPRI .
Automatic Blue $1595
1970 RAMBLER SST -
4 [ v th VBll E MALl 2U S


1971 MERCURY -


70 T3IUL -300 0
1971 FORD CAPRI -
Auto, Blue $1950
1968 VAUXHALL 5895
VICTOR STD.-
Tr ade-ins Welcomed
orated Oakes Field
out e3 18t


FOR SALE
C10404
HEAVY DUTY Commercial
C:arpeting. Rust Tweed. V2 price
$6.00 per yard. 12 x 15, 12 x
14, lb x 6, 12 x 8. Spectrum 11
interims, 3-4068.
< 10390
SOLID MAPLE bedroom suite
(1 ning room suite, end tables,

g s itis5
Shaley Park Avenue.

L 10394
PAYERS MOVING SALE.
Furniture Early American
Appliances colour TV
Freezer, Sewing Machine, etc
Clothing. Go three blocks east
of Soldier Road on Prince
Charles Turn ri ht on
Yellowstlk Lane

C10386
1967 Chrysler
Sewingmachine
Massa e Vibrator
V acuum

BB ksch If
Side tab on

TCar (bat es
Telephone 77885.


C10288









COTTAEDR S an aprtets o

mothy Arconditioned, dorl
fullyfurnisehoed mtaildsevie
Gavaiben. Loely garden and 5

C103597
LARE 4ERO bedroom, 3
batihroom house with study,
famlypoe proomg and banreafat

Sailtreet $50 pear montht. Phone
43742. or37


C10447
FOR SALE
HIGHLAND PARK 3
bedrooms 2 spacious
bathroom p tionercomhpaete

Room. Can convert to 4th
bedroom. Grounds 100 by
170. Enclosed. See anytime,
only $48,000.00 DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033, 22305,
41197.
C10449
NICELY FULLY
FURNISHED 2 bedroom 2
bathroom house. Cable Beach
sea and private pool. Phone
7 7530.
CIO323

HARBtOUR ISLAND desirable
eRees e d 82'ax) n3Ing
ncy groun
b ore 8 p4rl hone 31252
C10481
BLAIR ESTATES
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3 bedroom 2 bath, living
dining room, family room,
airconditioned, fully furnished,
large kitchen, den, 2 patios,
carport, laundry room with
washer. Walled in landscaped
gardens with gates. Fresh water
well with pump etc. Asking
$52500.00. Phone 32675 or
31263.

FOR RENT

C OR OSHED three bedroom
two bath house in Seebreeze
Estates, airconditioners'

tel 4 wi0a) Sa

C10415
FURNISHED Apartments on
the ocean, airconditioned, fully

emqo tppydbasis s I ecoup
Phone Mrs. McGinty 7-8341
atter 11 a.m.


.
Call 42537
C10457
RECORD PLAYER and radio
for sale. Asking $85. Phone
22507 from 9-5 ask for Miller
C10246
DRYGOOD BUSINESS FOR
SALF. Phone 28197
C10170

CAMERAS
L Ike-new Mami a C-33, 203
2 TLR y x
rn m. f 3.camera with 105
pr'\01; pistol ens; ey Itevel
Uses 120 filgrip; our ers.
slides: St90 0.n.o colour or

NEW PENTAX SPOTMATIC
3.5 m.m. SLR camera
Body with 28 m.m. f 2.8: $195
135 m.m. f 2.8 lens: $50
300 m.m. f 5.5. lens: $65
Electronic flash: $25
Light meter: $10
Metal carrying case: $40
mbinatio can1 be arSran d


C102478
397 BEDROO ful Stfurnished
houe0 corner. Mount Roya and
Madeir. $2 pe mnh.Cal


C10462
AT MOTOR CENTRE
LIMITED
WEAVE

THEOURSEDOCAR
1 9 7 3 PLY MOUTH

S ITEL TiE A-Conly 5,000
tyres. like new for ON( V
$5,000.00 A steal.
1970 OLD'S CUTLASS
convertible top A-T P-5 PH
A-C, big daddy tyres, if v
like nice things this is the La
for you at $2,800.00. Once
a life time offer.

MECHANICAL SPECIAL
1967 Chevy II radio, A-T, 4
good tyres. $300.00.

1969 FORD FAIRLANE.
radio A-T P-S W-W, tyres, 6
cyl., a very good used car.
$1,200.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX A T.
radio, For only $800.00.

1970 V-WAGEN BUS in very
good condition, radio W VV
TYRES, for ONLV 51,200 00

1969 BUICK SKYLARK A-(
A-T, P-B, radio, W-W tyres
vinyl top. $2,500.00
1971 FORD PINTO AT
radio, W-W, tyres, $1,950 00

1970 HILLMAN MINX
5 W, radio A-T. $1,350.00
1969 DODGE CORONER,
2-dr. Coupe A-C A-T, radio P-E
W-W tyres, new paint job, vinyl
top. $1,450.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER 5-T
radio, W-W tyres, low mileage.
$1.650.00.
1969 RAMBLER REBEL A-T
A-C, radio, P-S P-B, the perfect
used car at only $2,300 00
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.
P.O. Box N-3741*
NASSAU N.P.
BAHAMAS

C10456

E9TOATETRolnUMPwH erHEcRe enD
condition BS950; and 1968
TRIUMPH TRS 32,000 miles.
good condition, many extras.
8 only. Phone 21384 or


C10341 FOR SALE

FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSCl94
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Commercia
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC

P.O.itBoxF r da 32401


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crii he ir we
to t rd< C pet
ompletely walled and ovely
andscape.
Airconditioned throughout.
Unusual opportunity To view
telephone 2-1722 3.
C10423
FOR SALE
ON THE WATER'S EDGE
C )T EAST TROPICAL
PARADISE Ideal for lar
nly hasfourbedrooms

c Itt eat acidoSck quarters,

3W 5S3eeeveCtir"
4 1 7
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( 10444 FOR SALE


kestigiousEleig siden
"Prime area. Three
bedrooms, two baths,
maid's bedroom and bath,
living room, separate
dining r oom, por ch, patio,
kitchen, laundry, carport.
Tool room. utility room.
Pump house, Ltility shed.
dependent autor at

pumps chlot inator
Spec al features, bunker
I suge walk rini
tl 1
hil if er nce

n hed a $157.000


1 1< la < iri
bedr ooms, two baths
la*go modern W tchen,
spacious ...r..r 1....
patio. corport, etc
$55,000 furnished Offer ,


WOODLAND Cone P
family pleaser. ?storey affair.
3 bedrooms 2 baths'
sitting, dining, porch.
I urnished only $42.000.00
CORNER HOUSE EAST
BAY. 3 bedrooms 2"2 baths,
sitting, dining, den furnished,
large plot of land under
$50.000.00 Can offer
substantial mortgage. Has

Income $600 month. Better
C ass homes 5 ceNl945. 22033,


C2305541197.
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
e bankore ueibi oiwroe ,

a es0pacboteibulild2inginfront.

C10424
FOR SALE
LOT PYFROM'S ADDITION.
60 by 100 only $5800. Terms
arranged. DIAL 22305, 22307
22033.


A LOT i Y
Beach Estat Yn amacraw
now if es. Ou can build
you wish. $75 down.
aoyrne tesre oruEas8y monthly
Rutherford at 4-1141 at

ima reaw Me Es Ht or co e
CIO420

WOODLAFNODR EVILLeAGE

two corners, has two spacious
lots. Fruited. 20 x 40 POOL -
PATIO. Area for two cars
servants quarters, workshop,
generator, Central Air, no
water problems. Has THREE
BEDROOMS 21/2 BATHS.
Asking, $85,000.00
For action dial 22033, evenings
41197.
C10354
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished. Iarge patio and pool
18 x 36. Beautifully/
landscatpedas tifruiit tre

view telephone 2-1722-3.
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 swimming pool and
patio. Asking $42,000.00.
Owner d Willing Seller. Ring
DAMIANOS 22033, evenings
41197.


Attractive Westward Villas
lesidence with spacious
bedr ooms, each witti
private hath and walk to
close large living room
opulate dening room
powid rcomos n potct)
laundry modern k tr
a with 1
I L
landsJ wd As no
of $501000 fur nist ed
offals not discoura d
owner must leave C on
Pmpetual <)1hts to

H. G CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street
P. O. Box N8164, Nassau
Tel 2-1041 2-1042
0435
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS hvin0
U. dining twin, breakfast
>rn, den, beautifully
turnished, anconditioned of f
silage Road Mortgage
allable $55,000 00

2 BEDROOM 2 BATH, sunken
Oving room dening room,
family room. Corport, large
patio, modern kitchen.
for nished HIqh Vist e
$18.000 no

r3 DROO I iBATHS, livirTig
am condition. palm large lot
furnished Mar tgage available
N Pau Last $30 0mi nn

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, living
1. dining room, fantly
1 Large Int, needs little
r. pairs Nassau East
$33.000 00
2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH,
fiving dining rown, kitchen
patin Stra lot only
$?8,nOO 00 Unfurnished A
good bu
13 UNIT APARTMENT
SUILDING, 10 two bedrooms,
3 une bedenom. furnished,
launds v v com. Ex tr a lot for
parknag. Asking $280,000 00
All rented.

12 APARTMENTS 8 stores.
parking lot, good commercial
area, round nvestment. Askin9
$350,000.00
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
CENTREVILLE Has 3 yeat
lease $850.00 per month
Asking $78,000.00

LOT IN HIGH VISTA, selling

> 0.001arket price. Only

2 LOTS IN CORAL
MARBOUR A good buy.

LOT IN NASSAU EAST.Only


UR OUWANOR LO1T T
IT WITH US, WE MEAN
BUSINESS.

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


C6070
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
controls. Good Power Plant
operations and maintenance
knowledge.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise on a swing shift

titurn activitailerSteincluding
Power Plant personnel engaged
in the generation of electrical
power for the operations of the
cement plant. Primary facilities
include: Two 165.000
pound boilers and accessories
Three Turbine generators rated
respectively, 6.0 M.W. 7.5
M.W. and 12.5 M.W. and
accessories.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
C ON T AC T: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, GGrand Bahama.
-C10458
WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRf ENCE COREGE
G C.E. O and A Icycl<. a London
u:::::Loft.'s". or .;o"toe
HalifoundedinlR94givesyou
*^of 22.i'ol"




I ca h ba I ho of
ana 0 lon somes your precise
Lowkespa ablebyinstalments.
",, e Fr"'sti'ruit fo
*,n Free prospectus to
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( 10429
LIVING
Room
elc ans


ROOM and Daning
furniture vacuum
cib ycles stereo etc


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
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise activities of a
limestone quarry and crusher
including loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
crusher, operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed limestone and sand to
storage silos by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary slurry
stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
conveyor to transport to
storage silos and overall general

pTeEvdsdon of theAPPr CcAeN -
C ON T AC T Pe r I
Department, Bahama m t
Com n ,Gr ndOBa mal"-100.

waiso-

MOVING?


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Co.x (Nassau)93Ltd.,P n
2:4511.



APPROVED CARGO AGEN s'


If you need a partner, Phone


3-1737or -72 eve6nng


BRIGECLUB


ECONOMY RICES


D. A. HUDSON

METLAB sILDINGSrsYSTMS
Distriburted woorld wide by
*ANlVINITER NA TION~Al -


C1036<

TRAVELLING ,



it a icient Wor d
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.

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APPROVEDPASSENGER AGENTS


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C10347
TROUBLES ... SMALL OR
LARGE.
Call the Plumber on Wheels:
ROBE RT M. BAILEY
P. O. Box N-56, Nassau
Telephone 3 5870.


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C104
ONE GARDENER. Only
Ba2hlamians need apply. Phone
C10433
EXPERIENCED CREDIT
ANALYST INTERNAL.
TONAL LOANS
required by multinational
bank. Candidate should have
approximately five years
internation at ba nk ing
experience, with emphasis on
statement analysis loan
n or to tend cume ation
edouu ic de GC u*
two snubjelce t v CuEbj ts

Mathematics, and Institute of
Bankers Diploma Part I or
equi7vi ent.esse wie uealifi
persons invited to submit
written resumes to Manager,
World Banking Corporation
Limited P. O. Box N-100
Nassau
C6071

FOORUTI)TM LWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
Goc Cement Plant mechanical
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.


aNr 2 t BahaA
Company. P. O. Box F-100
Freeport. Grand Bahama
C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST.
AND INSPECTOR
MONdlMa cMeduc t UCATION
MINIM5UMeEr eR NC la
chemistry experience,
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspection and testing of
cement prior to release for
shipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama. '
C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
maintenance activities,
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
inspection services for the
R aS ED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10366
JOB TITLE : SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION
ul Es or qu vea nr City and

Mela nUMacE nPE ENCE: 10
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintamance of the entire

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama

C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD &
QUARRY
MoN IMU Ma sic EDUC Ta)t
Exxcpeartii caend m ing uawy
material handling.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5


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


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JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER

P CqAS NG E& SA R
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 23
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews Stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values, posts charges to spread
sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expense code; pulls
der ard whentcjuanti low

E rES D APPLICANT
CDe aNrrAnC :B aPer 9

Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C U DRY WOMAN to IIve in.
Duties include: Wash, iron'
cook and keep yard clean. $30
weekly plus food and board
Write: Mr. Omean Moss, Fox
Hill Post Office.
C10476
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED
Painter with at least 5 years
experience required for Body
fMpdOng it k
need apply. Contact: Mr. Fid
McCartney, Body Shop
Foreman.

C10439
MANAGER / SENIOR
EXECUTIVE required for

a er sg rn

Experience in business
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admshn trati d tan n fa
e ential.e A Iticaantd must o
en rrn ipondC panies
sa t ab) tno w d
Adv. C10439, c/o The Tribune
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.
Please write.
C10463
WANTED immediately.
Young woman with previous
experience as a cashier. Some
typing and bookkeeping
experience also necessary.
Reply in own handwriting to
Adv. 016463, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207. Nassau,
giving resume of personal
details and previous experience
and quoting references which
are essential-
Salary in the range $80.00 to
$110.00 per week depending
on age and previous
experience.
C10468
SECRETARY with good
English and composition. Must
know shorthand and typing.
Permanent position. Call
36211-2.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
IMUsM EXPERIENCE
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material usine
gas and electric welding
equipment
INTERESTED APPLICANT
DeOaN TmAnC LBaha Pe r m t
Coem nt Gr ndOBa maF-100*


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TRADE SERVICES

C104PAND T.V. SERVICE
ror service you can rely on
Dowdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327,
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.
C103 1 5


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Mackey Street
N SR AAH S
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING


FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PONDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796.
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


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ORnTITLE* C6034
MFOUR)UMdLLWR H TION: OB M TS LE:EDU NTOEN
Good basic education High School graduate oi
education. Good Cement Plant equivalent
mechanical background. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5-10years
5-10 years DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Professional high pressure
Inspects, repairs, replaces, boiler insulating, steeple
installs, adjusts and maintains jacking, sand blasting and
all mechanical equipment in a structural steel treating and
cement manufacturing plant. painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT ONREACET A CANe
C OaNtTrnAnC T:Baha Pe r nn Department BahaBax Cerne


55Gr ndOBa maF-100, FCr 6r7 TGraTnLdEBahamaEIGHT
TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN GENERAL REPAIRMAN
required. Minimum of 7 years MINIMUM EDUCATI ON
'instaTaTo le Geo ntbasicA educate oncha coa
equipment and central office background.
repair and maintenance. Must
be able to work on his own MIN IMUM EXPERIENCE
interested Persons Apply: 5-10 years.
GRAND BAHAMA ROTEL
WEST END, GRAND DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
BAFHAEM betwe EtReShOONNsEoL i t est, adj pair d a atca
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., all mechanical equipment in a
Monday through Friday, Elon cement manufacturing plant.
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director. INTERE

C6078 CONTRAST ApPeprLs nAnNeT
AUTO MECHANIC, minimum Cepartment Bahama Cement
5 years experience have Fompany, P. O. Box F-100.
thorough knowledge all phases report, Grand Bahama.
unto repair, automatic C6077
transmission and front end Experienced CHEF/MEAT
alignment. Must have all CUTTER, Prof iciency in al
necessary hand tools, 50% aspects of food preparation


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The Tribune
Nassau and B shama Islands
Leading Newspaper

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PATIPOO TSAWNINGS ANC
HURRICANE
AAWNNINGS, SHUTTERS,
Ltd.,
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.


FOR SALE
06009
STEEL HULL Boat 65 x 18,
twin GM 471 3' draught
$25,000 Cash See Eddie
M5c2B ?.Fishing Hole, Phone
C6073
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 20:,
bathroom house with Bahame
room and study on oversized
corner lot. Well landscaped
with fruit bearing trees. Sale


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IIELP MNTED

C6037
OREMT NL ECGENERA

bMU N AUCTION
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES.
Co-ordinate and supervise
maintenance activities.
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
inspection services for the
entire plant-
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: at
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspectioprioando f
shipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T : Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10477
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HASANCTIES:- FOLLOWING
Ch Technied e pre/ous

ex pe r lence in Chemical
Laboratory work and be able
to carry out routine analysis
dd calcp i lalyti I resu s
Previous experience in aced and
base titrations, thin layer paper
dntialgas chromatography
Lead Painter
Applicant must be capable of
directing the work of a team of
painters in the preparation and
treatment of masonry, wood
and metal surfaces for the
application of various paints
and coatings used for
otectiveeast rs IHndu"

paini rw ptehienc earedse
thinners, activator and
re sa re ac I enamel,


WLP WANTED
C6075
EXPERIENCED FENCE
FOREMAN and TECHNICAL
WELDER required. Must be
orouas ectsexpeoiencedenc gh
fabrication of mechanical
gates, decorative ironwork, etc.
Phone Freeport Fence &
Awning Co. (Noelco Group)
352-9055, P. O. Box F-1235.
Freeport.
C6074

x6o yd c u E
phases of technical and x-ray
welding, pipefitting, and
carbon steelwork. Must have
knowledge of ironwork layout
and design.
Apply Noelco Steel & Plastic
p e 5 -9 Ico OSx
F-1285, Freeport.
C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER --
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
C ON TAC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6070
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATiON:
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
controls. Good Power Plant
operations and maintenance
EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise on a swing shift
basis, turn activities including
operations and maintenance of
Power Plant personnel engaged
ow f nt e ra os ot(tch
c plant. P mary fa6cilitbes
ed T e deraaccesssoasesd
res ctived 1 0 a7r
accessories.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CO NtTmA C T:Baha F'e r nrel
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, GGrand Bahama.
C6065
TOUR ESCORT (2): This
position of Tour Escort
requires extensive periods of
time away from home. Must
have experience in dealing with
guests and also speak French
and English fluently. Be able to
ts prhe ret ha ivit sust
in appearance. Female

NIGHT AUhDITOuRdit AssisMa
have knowledge of night audit
en aee, kwitpre re
peortnce nee coat oan and
SECRETARY TO AUDITOR
Must be able to take shorthand
at a rate of 100 words per
rnmute, 65yping e ir inauttea
must have 1 to 2 years
experience.


C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


Interested Persons Apply-
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
WEST END GRAND
BAHAMA, PE RSONNEL
OFFICE, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m
Monday through Friday. Elon
Martin. Jr., Personnel Director.


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2 7 -- CARROLL RIGHTER'S

'HOROSCOPE 2, o,,ac Pay,
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Startling, dramatic REX MOR G AN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS
and unexpected conditions where others are
concerned can occur today and tonight. You would be wise to
----- accept standpoints and interests of others in the spirit in which 5fgECHEA8 OT FEo oTJ A ,UI U SHE D
--..... they are presented, for there are some highly beneficial results THE rasoN I WANT TO THE LAST COUPLE SE HAPPV TO SEE FOU IN HER IN THE SAREEARA'S MURPER / I ALMOST
if you do-not resent or become upset by suggestions TALK TO JO4N IS TO FING OF MONTHS/ A FEW DAYS---AFTER THE MORNING, FEEL AS THOUGH
***- ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Try not tobe harshwith OUTWHEH TR A OCLHASWORNOFF/ GORDY? I'YEGOTTOCLEAR LOOKEVERYONE
others, or you could get into a good deal of trouble right now. OME OTHER THAN ME M SEL --- TMAT NO KNOU SW omND
Listen to what others have to say even though you do not ( ^"8^<^
Ks Features Syndicate. Inc 1973 World reshes reserved agree with their wishes. State yours quietly Come to a real
understanding.
"It 5 either a Peeping Tom or your boss checking on TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You can handle that job now
hoty you're doing with the work you bi-ought horne." ma unique way and impress others with your intelligence. A
co-worker may be acting in a most unusual way, but this is
v..u because the creative mind is at work. Be patient.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) An invitation can be
extended to you unexpectedly which you should accept, since
it presents a fine opportunity to get ahead because of it, which te
you have been waiting for. Show more devotion to the one
you love.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't get angry at J UDGEPARK ER
home, or there could be serious results. Keep your cool. Show By PAUL NICHOL S
m a section ther instead. Make sure you get your financial $4HilMfaEdgR 5 TE AT YOU DON T HAVE TOf THERE I KNOW HIM, SAM! JUST

LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) More care in motion of all kinds AN APPOINTMENT W TH IMPU IVE HE FR GHTEN BE AFRA 0 OF ARE ME KNOW NG TRAT YOU'RE A
ls wise now, or you could get into much trouble, expense. ME, BET6Y BUT HE ME MORE THAN I CAN 61 ORK & NEER WH E OF M NEOWILL MAKE

Ma et sw e ouoshop) wisely anbd not leave eyou pu sen CANCELLE IT ELSE PROV1 E ACT E AN E 6 DANGEROU
reasonable. THING THAT YOU MAKE YOU
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Take care you do not commit F. ,, WON T SEE 8 N FEEL
yourself to expense unknowingly, and show you are moderate 4 e BETTER,
in all that you do. Use good judgment. Take time for I WON T
recreational activities you like in p.m. Have fun. SEE RIM!
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Try not to scatter your forces
so much, or you accomplish very little. Know what is best to .
do and carry on in a positive fashion. You can make yourself
look very attractive now and keep important appointment. Ti
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are able now to get
that data you have long been searching for. Handle that .. am
business deal in a most wise way. Know your mate's moods
IS WONT HELP. IT C T//// 7'/ and then you can have more rapport romantically. G
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) A charming friend can APARTMENT 3- By A lez K otsky
come up with an inspiring idea that can be most helpful to
you. Out to the social in p.m. and meet interesting persons THAT'LL BE IT S TIME FOR YOUR BATH, DARUNG! YES YOU LIKE WALTER, DON'T YOU?
How many ten t one right-h-tter word to the Dress in fine style and impress others favorably FINE, MRS. YOU'RE HAVING DINNER WITH THE PRO ---------------<
I E wores or ns .soancess: no scores mess CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can add to prestige I'LL GET MINUY IN HER CASPER! FESSOR AND MISS POWERS THIS EVEN N HE'S ALL RIGHT
ur letteers we ever daunses.rdsfOt toY'S by handling that civic or career matter very wisely. A SLEEPERS ANP BRING --- BUT I UKE THE
you mn k P IA words. Cer]; good ; 10 words, higher-up who operates in a modern manner can do much for HER UP TO YOUR ARE YOU GOING PROFESSOR
0 T on M'Mimionoonson (1** you. Get your credit affairs in better order. Think APARTMENT IN OUT WITH BETTER!
I arke n to e ft I ouforerett re j AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Ideal day to get out to A TO EON GHT,
ord, a one on ter on er refoot rett new places and be with new acquaintances, contacts, but make
ar t rn< ( ran, it at re f ref sure you drive with utmost care. Learning new systems is fine.
word must contatri he Isrr one af ter a RHerts are Be dynamic and get ahead faster. o
letter, and there must he at for a ruler true turf user. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You can understand now how
to get your finest desires quickly. Put your best talents to
CROSSWORD R D PT CAMP work wisely. A cooperative attitude toward mate is wise.
A E XII O VER Avoid one who has an eye on your assets.
PUZZLE DI EN MAN a 4 7 so. Piece or unrness (0 r
A ROSS 21 aver island tis us.d'
I Pl like fish 22 Thatching E PE PAINTS sa. over awasn. <0
4 Sm gin grass RETINUS DO L : tonsumes to
7 Bookof the 23 Timely AVI AS TI MS "es on setter <8> STEVE R0PER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard
Bible 27 Quaver LY CESS ESSY E. It may mean disaster (S. 4)
11 New Zealand 29 Resort city g 4 9 g b o ad .ral 5, 4 y? BLACK WIDOW(/ H THERE MIS6 KLEFFT FM
vine 30 Small fish CALM AID E : unit < Ma e an neal 0' YOU 5A THERE BITES ARE FATAL -50 1 DIN HAWKI 6 -THE DRIVERS SOMETHING?
12 Devon s river 31 Buffalo A I AG TU 6 7. The best part. (5) ARE SPIDER$ WOULD T LIKE FEEL MY DAD- HANK. MATTY THE1001<
4 13 Ruo r n rken ANE 5 I rE n s; C) 44, IN THI6 COTTAGE 7 AROUND U DER THE -g'j DOE$NT LIKE
range 36 Israeli dance SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE 23 4 re.co ur. to> ---- URMTURE. YOU
14 Chancel seats 37 Approve DOWN au 1 .F
16 Southern 40 Death notice at the
university 41 Globe No. 7.1418 by TIM McKAY rk
, 17 Fresh-water 42 Creek L Hydrogen 5 Corn Illy Across (5)
porpoise 43 Boom 2 Forever Maors 6 Cha 1. Itetu)rn to former conditions. at le r OU A FON
18 Attached 44 Supplement 3 Diffuse 7 Theater 3. e. (3) to. Arld (3> men t. GOTTA RUN
19 Mitigate 45 Secretive 4 Falsify 8 Gast @; f k8e no < alt346) 1 rt of OW AND RX
9 Gate receipts 14. Canadian animal (3) t b e
I 1 & 9 6 6 7 9 9 to ,10 Pung 15. Posed. (3) agenda IN THESE PARTS DI NER'
0 12 13 15 Browbeat r & n o ) 18 Spruce
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20 Jujube draw ? This en unane from the
17 18 21 Mindaana0 Br LSONARD BARDEN p fe e sone of th am r A LA E 1 LTALK PO A ER
sq o I 23 Porter dtoaleh e arl SERVE ON THE H GHEST TO OWEN NO, MRS CANTRELL .
2 3 204 26 26 gravates m ,tee ayshe loes. a 500 .EL TEN couRT N THE 2? RA RS
ain in and the black pawns are advan- THEL WORLD YOU
28 29 Palestine cing from top to bottom of the I alutt 0 7 lE HERE IF M t OUGHT TO
26 Herr page. Ti MPer, T PROVABLE CONSULT!
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33 Vagrant utes, club strength, 15 mmutes,
6 37 38 39 34 Seed covering average; 30 minutes, novice
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P 9 25 rnin. AP Newsfeatures 7-10 39 Time unit 9707) R-RS xP x P ad Ba a

Rupert and the Sea-Saw---25 "I.'"i'A'dR?- 1 ,
and draws The black rook can- L 'E TMAT ? Pl.AGTIC
not simultaneously escape rom


the bishop's attack, guar its
own KKtP and prevent the 44
advance of the white QRP.


Winning

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Oh, Professor, 1've found out why the Water Po essor. I can soon make amends." Us ng 4 4 2 4 J 4 3 e 1HAT GOOD 1' IT'S A
Mit s are so angry I Rupert leads his old a small net he gently lifts the fish from the 0 10 9 8 QQJ 4 2 HOw/ COME OU OOMEONE IS A g'90gg*ggy-
frietd into the building where the fish tanks tank and puts it into a bowl of water. Now OJ 7 2 O 10 9 5 4 ONLY PLANTED NVENTED A COTTON GIN wlTH A LITTLE
areedroused. It's because you took their you can take it back to those line people and & QJ 9 5 4 ON THIS COTTON GIN d? VERN\OUTH AND
leaggr's pet fish from the lake," says the tell them Im sorry." he says. I hope this South VEAR E A GREEN OU\/E,
litti bear. It's that brightly coloured one. will put an end to all the trouble they ve 4 6
WieN, if it s as simple as that," murmurs the caused me ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Rupert and the Sea-Saw---24 South A 8Nodh 7 e
t's an excetient tract, and r
a reasonable, if imacialtitl< 2

that he has all the stight cards a ,
and his only fear as that a cold 1*** -

after winning the heart lead, U.
M 47* a da and at SA LE TER O SN HATSWEET W-41WOULD UDBURYSS N FT DOWTCOME IN
4, Mw' FOR vou PROM TS A GET WELL CARD YOU A GET- ELL CARD AT LEAST ONCE AWEEK
/ How should dedInter pliay ? Tu ceuR Y s TH Ev' "TH INK
0 a ANALYSIS : South a 4 Ms DERARTMEN' L'M ge)
a he and plans to strip West sToRE
0 ofM Abut taxanps, then to #snow

and out. Three
he t the Water Mite describes the pet fish calls out, as he runs towards the building. and & West t omeeTte
Flupert remembers it well. That was the I simply must tell him why you were so way, the is set for the cou .
One ) IIked best in the Professor's collection," angry." Meanwhile the old gentleman has de a e fourth diamon
h# ches. It was more bright coloured than b paring a makeshift SOS flag and he
the (thers. The Professor to d me it was a een pre Very one. Of course, he didn't know it glances round in surprise when Rupert GE he ruffe high, he will tawe to
to your leader or he would have put shouts Professor J have news for you! tend a trump away team his
it in the lake. 'Please wait here." he ALL AfGHTS RESERVED 44td)9.



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GhrP Girtittit


Saturday, July 7, 1973.


THIS ~ONCS S'POSD TO FBE A60tT A TRTOISE AN'A


B'e seeing you. Harry. Have a nice weekend."


Brother Juniper


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Saturday, July 7, '1973.


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J UDGEPARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS
LETS GO SOMEWHERE I'M AN ATTORNEY AND MEANWHILE, AT THE SHE DIDN'T
,..at TOGETHER.' I WANT I HAVE CLIENTS WHO PARKER HOME "' KNOW! I
RAVING TOLD $AM TO GET AWAY FROM DEPEND ON ME, BETSY.' BETSY DIDN'T TELL WANTED TO
THAT SHE HAD BEEN RICK LASSITER, MY I HAVE TO MAKE PLANS US THAT YOU WERE SURPRISE
MARRIED TO RICK CAREER... EVERY- TO GET AWAY EVEN COMING TO TOWN, HER.'
A E F8ET THING! .. FOR A DAY! MR. LASSITER!
HER LOVE e
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WHAT NEITHER OF US KNOW ...OBVIOUSLY THAT'S THE ...THEN HES BEING FORGETFUL-SUT HONEST
IS WHBTHER OR NOT TOUR HUSSANP WAY HE WANTS IT TO BE. IT SEEMS TO ME POUR JOB IS TO MBLP
FORGOT HIS UTTLE CAR THIEVERY.. HIS SECRET. NOT EYEN HIM SY SCRUBf5NG THE WHOLE SORPIP
IF HE pipN'T-ANP IS CONCEAUNG HIS WIFE IS CONFlPED IN. MATER FROM THE RECORDS.
THE INFORMATION... IF HB S TRULY ERASED THE


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,.s
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from the Carroll Righter Institute
\ GENERAL TE NDENCIES: An influential
person today is in the mood to give you the
support you need for a personal project. It's wise to direct
your questions in a resourceful manner to gain best possible
results. Arm yourself with facts before appointments.
crd a t(Mard2ol tow yolu9r)id tco a od pro
Show closest tie how devoted you are. Think alon8
constructive lines. Think logically
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) The planetary positions are
fine for making new arrangements with an associate, but try to
appreciate his standpoint. Study any plans you have for civic
work before you step into it.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Attend to those duties ahead
of you with enthusiasm and you get excellent results. Come to
a better understanding with associates and you build a new
and better security for yourself.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Forget those duH
duties for now and take advantage of an opportunity to get
ahead. Join with good friends who are an inspiration to you.
Stop bomg so prejudiced about others-
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you are diplomatic at home,
you can get good results with a matter that has been annoying
to you for some time. Bring new harmony into an important
realm of your existence. Entertain tonight.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Handle regular routines more
carefully and get better results. Co-workers can back a
worthwhile aim you have. Communicate better with those you
like. Show that you have a sense of humor.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Obtain ideas from a clever
business associate so you can add to your holdings. Make
payments on time. You have good hunches and should use
them at this time to better you position in life.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) You are dynamic today and
should engage in interests that appeal to you. Show co-workers
that you have ability. A good command of the English
language can make this an interesting evening.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Don't divulge new
plans you have made to others or you could lose out. Meet
with an adviser you can trust and get fine advice. Show much
devotion to the one you truly love.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get together with good
friends whose cooperation you need to make mutual plans
work out better. Engage in social events you enjoy. Plea.
those who are in important in your life.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Happiness comes in your
work today so keep busy. Show that you are a good citizen
Search for the appliances that can make your duties easier
Avoid one who wants to waste your valuable time.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Engage in activities that will
help you to expand in your line of endeavor. Obtain important
data you need at the right sources. Don't become excited over
a small emergency that may arise.


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A er ian city
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ansdee
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25 Educational
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110150 OW110TS that haVC ShiliOils they HTO USing, Of
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it. Zonicle 7.5 Centreville;
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McKay 13.0 I) W. Davis: girls
under 16 100 metres S. Router
13.5 Andres boys under 12
200 0. Isants 28.0 G.II.S. heys
under 14 2oometres R. Mate>
- 23.6 Grand Hahama: heys
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Games.r WilliaTirwoin in 19th0e
Bahamas Amateur Athletic
Association, nearly 3,000 fans
#tn nu iena ad/e u eetn
in weather that was conducive to
good track and field. Despite rain
the day before that left a few
fpaudodu ble rne thr hout da
eliminated the excess and left a
warm light breezed night.
This seemed to be the ideal
condition for stirring up the
Dynamos Sporting Club who. in an
excellent performance, took I3
firsts, eight seconds and eight
thirds. Their nearest rival were the


a few representatives from the
Family Islands displayed force in
their res ectwebfael ents was when
Williams lined up with Cambridge
for the 1,500 metres for the third
time in as many meets put on by
the B.A.A.A. this year. Up to last
night atha st ra hti as improved a lot." said the elated
Williams. No wonder he is. He now
stands a chance to be picked to
a ets e e s in one of the
williams. formerly was a sprinter,
but turned to the distances "after I
saw the guys were able to beat me,
I tried the distance he says
Together with the com bing of Earl
Deveaux, he has developed into
quite an athlete. However, to
qualify for the gam s will not be
easy for williams with Ed McPhee

EL:! '"-'-=
The Dynamos in their splendid
contribution to last night s
niemorarbleanodes ,many t 1ses
were able to capture the first three
positions. Adding to their grand
rformancied wee the f eld everas
Adderley in a 111' SV2" discus
throw topped that event while his
tplarrone Rol 4"ant etpond>r ri a
was repeated in the open shot put
when Rolle was first with 46 9
and Adderley got second with 38
Adding to the 1)ynamos' triumph
were first and second winnings of t..
lister and G. Mortimer in the
ladies 400 metres. Huyler did it in


__ .
MARATHON SWIM WINNERS .. Andy Knowles took
his fourth consecutive marathon swim race today ahead of
John Lindley, left, and his younger brother, Bruce
Knowles, right, who came in third. Photo: Rickey Wells.
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seconds short of his
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swim marathon record

By OSCAR MILLER
FALLING A BARE 26 SECONDS SHORT of his old record,
18-year-old Andy Knowles won his fourth consecutive marathon
swim trophy today when he out-swam a field of 76 competitors
in the Independence marathon Swim Meet.
A confident Knowles swam pleased with the prevailing
the 2!: miles course, from calm conditions of the water
Prince George's Dock to and wind for today's race.
Montagu Bay, in a time of
36:58 sees. compared to his
record of 36:32 sees. set in
1971. But in fact the course
today was an extra 75-100
t ards longer '
"My intentions in today's ) E
lace were not to break any


I e


records but just to win it. I was


it. I would have been happy,"
an elated Knowles said.
Capturing second place was
John Lindley, clocked with a
creditable 38:37 sees and
linishing some 50 yards behind
knowles. Third place went to
Bruce Knowles of the junior
division with a time of 38:37
secs. Robert Butler, another
innior was able to finish in an
overall fourth position with a
time of 38:46. (The juniors
started off the race two
minutes behind the seniors
Peggy Pritchard was the
winner in the Ladies Division
and finished 9th overall.
Second place went to

12 it a -0 d Sc B
a tinish the race; he placed
14th in thljo e ) sitdons.

A total of 70 competitors
out of a start of 76 finished the
challenging contest.
T he meet was officials
opened hi the Ilon. Simeon
bowe. M.P.. Minister of Works.
8 me said that it was always
a belief that the Bahamas
bould he a country that
produced swimmers of world
s itanipionship calibre.
From the beginning of the
lace, knowles led the field
as 0 in a manner similar to
Mark Spits.
As in previous marathons,

idt is i dstti lwaiteBf t
to view the contest. On passing
the Bridge, Knowles had built
up a comfortable lead on
I alidley who was in second,
On turning into Montagu
Bay, one could see the entire
Bay dotted with the sails of
boats in Competition in the
independence Regatta, but all
<}CS tentained fastened on the
5 Immerse.
FINE FINISil
Knmiles swam his last
quarter of the race in a brilliant
tashion which led many
spectators to believe that he
was after his record. Lindley
;the finished with a strong
burst of speed that led many to
wonder where strength for this
km r I fron oke out

froni the crowd when Bruce
Knowles, who finished third,

att< eithde desi
aL I ortunately, he was able
o dile and splash his way to
the ofticial boat to maintain
bl> position over Robert
Bu'lel
Many of the swimmers were


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THE SCENE at the finish
line of today's marathon
swim meet at Monta u Beach

HR5 AT TENDS

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50NT ASU BA Y
HIS ROYAL Highness
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales,
was part of the Independence
Regatta scene this afternoon
when he witnessed boats in the
"A" Class in competition at
Montagu Bay and thus brought
the 3-day festive occasion to an
end.
Accompanying his Royal
Highness aboard the luxurious
yacht Hustler, were Prime
Minister the Hon. Lynden O.
Pindling, Governor General
Designate Sir Milo Butler, the
Ho eArHE ontBut ,nN) rkrel
Rolle, Minister of Transport
and Telecommunications, and
other dignitaries.
II.R.H. Prince Charles
boarded the Hustler at the
Nassau Yacht Club dock. The
vessel then proceeded to the
starting line where it la at
anchor until the start of the
race.
At p.m. the starting gun
sounded and the anxious
sai ors pulled in their anchors
and hoisted their sails to begin
competition. The Prince's
yacht cruised abreast the field
as the Avenger led the early
part of the race.
Up to press time the
Avenger (Andros) skippered by
Alfred Bain was still in
command of the race followed
by Rolly Gray's Tidal Wave

xturmaa railedLtythirdMuriel
At 3:00 p.m. His Royal
Highness' yacht returned to the
Nassau Yacht Club where he
returned to Government House
to prepare for tonight's big
reception.


thing but in spite of their
competitiveness had to play
tel iefiddle to chjn the Pa tw
came in the 200 metres open in
which Andrew McKinney breasted
less\ ult r dullenc1sme ck 8133
took the 100 metres open in 10.<
edging out P. Delaney of the
II to w0in2gs >Tw first plan
results for the senior events:
Ladies high jump C. Wilson
Dinamos 5' 2/2 : 200 metres open
tri {Kinney bPa hers d2 3
Bahama 48' 2"; cauyler Dynamas 6s.o; .o
triple jump intermediate L. Miller
put trnbiassad s 42' 3 1 ". stud
38' 10 discus R. Adderley
Dynamos sil' sw", soo metres
intermediate E. Saunders

B"l"" b";oD.e"'E
W. Callender Pioneers 10.5
100 metres intermediate boys M
Williams Dynamos 10.9; 800
metres open G. Brennen
Panthers 1:58.2; 4 x 100 open
Panthers 42.7; ladies 100 metre
J. Roberts Pioneers 12 9
high jump open V. Vanderpool
11ynamos 6 3"2"; 400 metre
intermediate boys W. Thompson
Pioneers 52.5; 1,500 metres open
S. Williams Ambassadors
4:19.0; long jump intermediate
A. Newton Dynamos 19' 11'
400 metres open boys A
McKinney 48.1: long jump ladies
1 Rolle Pioneers 15 2
ladies 200 metres L. Knowles
27.2. long jump open V
Vanderpool 1)ynamos 23 as
two miles D. Kerr 10.31.7
shot put open J. Rolle
')ynamos 46'9 If4".


<80 flat while Mortimer was 1.6
seconds behind. Emmett Saunders
.21s NJgjirstan eco pe
third respectively in the 800 metres
intermediate Saunders' time \\as
2:o jmidsate Michael williams
added two firsts for the Dinamos
in the 200 metres and 100 metres.
tile3clioj1 1202/8m re A ng
this was Vincent Vanderpool's two
tirsts in the high lump and long
jump and a third in the triple jump.
4 2' i id th n lin the in igtl6c
triple jump.
rhough not sw impressive ns the
1)vnames the Pioneers did their


Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia
defeated Alex Metreveli of
Russia 6-1, 9-8. 6-3 in
Saturday's final and became
the first European Wimbledon
Champion since Spain's Manuel
Santana won the title in 1966
The 87th All-England
Championships. hit by a
boycott by more than 70 men
stars of the Association of
Tennis Professionals (ATP),
drew crowds to the end. The
total attendance figures for the
two-weeks tournament reached
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devalued by the ATP boycott.
but Kodes, 17, was a worthy
Wimbledon champion. His
return of service was as good as
anything seen in a final here in
recent years.
Kodes had previously won
the French title twice and
reached the final of Fe rest
liills in l971.
Chris Evert, 18, seemed
overawed by the occasion and
didn't show a glimpse of her
best form until the match was
almost over.


n ie aa
r
Tti e E L Db te e dly4arter
A packed crowd of 16,000 lunch in the thrid test at Headingly,
w the finals on the Centre to make 255 for four by the tea
urt. Hundreds of fans had intervaL
New Zealmid captain Bevan
pt out all night on the congdon shook England just after
dewalks outside the lunch when he took the wickets of
l-England Club. Geoff Boycott and Tony Greig in
Mrs. King, 29, was in three balls.
mplete command of the But England recovered. with
Fletcher on 74 not out at tea and
men's final over her young captain Ray Illingworth on 31 not
merican colleague. She had Boycott had made 115 in 221
eviously won the title in minutes. Greig was out for no
66, 1967, 1968 and 1972. score.
New Zealand were all out for
The men s event waS 276 in their first innings
FIRST IN NEW SOFTBALL SERIES


During the New Providence Inter-Schoolastic Sports Meet earlier this
year, it was conceded that St. Augustine's College, who won four of six
divisions, was the top school (athleticalls), in the Bahamas. This was
further amplified with the knowledge of S.Aef.'s champion hip in the
majority of sports that are competed inter-scholastically..


Evidence to the contrary was
displayed yesterday during the first
two portions of the Independence
Games when athletes from Grand
Bahama, in a command
performancedisplayed that there is
competition still to be reckoned
with. They swept ten firsts, six
seconds and seven thirds of 40
events in the intermediate class that
was the second portion of the day's
schedule.
This was just a continuation of
their splendid form which saw thern
dominating with nine firsts, eight
seconds and seven thirds including a
new world record in the 34 event
schd du t)a t cir <
co s from hthedjre ious war
14.9.
ProA nt e tose >ols'acsetimtetNet
r othecostpring fr TMEx
and Androcse These slict dueSdgr e
Forest Hill, Exuma in the girls
under six So metres. She returned
dePs I r ri 1 cl to I
in 17.8. Shannon Colebrook of
Andros in the boys under seven 400
sm tialereasonable 2:5.5 with
And yet, in the heat of the
t> edNu do ea es rd
of Yellow Elder Primary and
liabledrt Teco S Am 's set 1
50 metres and under seven 50
cec ssarrespectivel PVithmat t
athlete on perhaps these markers
ardso ant Om sinse
seconds and Treco did it in 8.2
se n s.the opinion of many that
st. Augustine's the New
Providence championship school
or any other top athletic school in
rNPwesProvident was n tigns 1
inter-school sports. Nevertheless, it
can be hoped that the first and
second portions of the National
D reof Track ajda I ield ILiceitan
representatives from as man
schools inithe Bahamatsdrorn til
champion.
yesTehreday'ssecomdet 4 it <>fs
complimented with the arrival of
His ROCd it er hart
thanks to meet director Keith
rates the a at licenetwr
n nti r eFlFn pi ft

day before and a clouddy build uo
earlier on, clear, sunny skies greeted
the athletes yesterday.
resT IIo ngthTetthea ird Ip ac

n h e
12 100 metres K lientey
'9000jOmesLad sMtxys adual
Itabama:nb s unde -100 metres


This means that the
Deet-footeiness of the player is,
fit f e
of the pitch and the catcher's
throwing arm,
haThe rules go ra dbas steahng
occasions during the past five years,
yet, essentially there has been little
change. The baserunner always had


to remain in contact with the base
until the delivery of a pitch. A
t it b ndtil pl
However, what he could do
between deliveries has been altered.
waPc idtettisir a t depi rha
he stood on the rubber and the
catcher was ready to receive. A hase
tr to au set trefaor t ma as
wished as long as final contact was
t iv the pitcher being
The first rule change limited the
runnerbe en th H vont
placed the burden of ensuring that
er nner returned it at ae
not return to base, the pitcher had
ak g ahim backto ht efa r

"nom. b t h sn ose and tng a
executed from within a radius of
St roe s u2eeigh feetistron, u"
no longer required to be standing
on the rubber for a runner to be
calil1kou section 9r, of the 1973
Rules as adopted by the
International inthas
altered the pitcher/baserunner
realationshipit T ie f rrule an
concentrate on the batter rather
er t Ingt nc hpth thaa
turned to face the batter.
Nhee r <1 ssbili f j sr ud
that the runner was played back to
a e 1973 rule change has takes
"e nowrp jun on use iitche.
a basel hadtvancmg to anomeWnh
tl er has the ball 1 hea,

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places as PIoneers trail with only 4
oy obADSTONE THURSTON
TWENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD SAM WILLIAMS of the Ambassadors Atheltic Club continued to
make his presence felt in the 1,500 metres and outstrode the Pioneers Athletic Club favourite
Derek Cambridge by one second during last night's senior Division of the Bahamas' Independence


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tape far ahead of his closest rival Henry Chariton, also of

= d im ndw c Gal,500 metres in 4:38.9 during


King & Queen at Wimbledon
WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND (AP}--Billie Jean King, the 'Old
Lady' of tennis, swept to a 6-0, 7-5 triumph over 18-year-old
Chris Evert Saturday and won the Wimbledon Women's crown for
the fifth time a post-war record.


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