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Publication Date: July 12, 1973
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Criminal investigation
Department flew to Marsh
Harbour, Abaco yesterday
afternoon to investigate the
theft of 100 cases of dynamite
from Seabreeze Ltd
Nir Lucun Strutton
proprietor of Seabrecies a
hardware. lumber and heavy
equipment business told The
Tribune toda that he and his
brother. Stuart, had gone to
their fmb orchard abow 7


rd 1 I 1 0
w th 100 cases of dynamite.
I ey oticed tl do to he

forced open. Mr. Stratton said.
All 100 cases were gone,
except rope ione stic of
dynamite .
Mr. Stratton said that the
container had been under
government control for the
past year "ever since they
had that trouble up here," he
explained. "Mr. Strutton was
referring to the three
explosions that rocked Marsh
Harbour damaging many
homes in the settlement on the
night of July 14 last year. The
explosions took place during
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling's visit to that island to
promote his independence
programme and for a special
tree-planting ceremony near
the Marsh Harbour dock.
At that tune, Mr. Stratton
said, then Commissioner Colin
MacDonald came to his
hardware-lumber store and
asked him to turn over to the
government the keys to the
dynamite container An
inventory was taken on July
18, 1972 and inventory and
keys were handed over to the
( onunissioner. The container
was locked and a government
seal was placed on it, Mr.
Stratton said. From then on
evervtime that Seakeeze had a
request from a customer for
the purchase of dynamite, a
1 f th had
< tasx-rt e C rel Mr. Stration d. A
po lan was then des (ched
to accompany the Senbreeze

unniember:
r re ra
th s container has been unde

s antttrj r eago ernment,


( s na" ii i st w

yt navahatoo artic idenei
any of the wooded areas
around Mars1h Harbo ar a

again today.
So far, he said, there were
no clues as to what had
happened to the dynamite.


Price


: I $ Cents


VOL. LXX. No. 191


Thursday, July 12, 1973-


AS --


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is b or n
By NICKI KELLY
THE NIGHT WAS STILL AND STARLIT. For more
than six hours before the midnight climax, the crowds
began to flow into the bleachers and up the hillside of
Fort Charlotte, blanketing the slopes in a kaleidoscope
of colour. But when the moment came and the Union 4
Jack was lowered slowly down the staff, Bahamians )
were suddenly struck by the sombre import of the
scene. 4
Only a faint cheer marked Aruaher nrement Mr the
the descent. As the turquoise, flay-Iaising emanent was Lord
gold and black Bahamian flag Th ants turno rt im es r of
rose slowly to the top precisely the H:th was. ac ainpunwd bi
at midnight. there was one Ladi lian
loud burst of sound and then ( Use to H Co Prine
silence. ( hales. nJul :uth mi
The loudest cheer was still Sir inhn PauL an driber
reserved for the crown. us the the in nt 0: the pa< um the
words "God Save the Queen Prive war man applaudal
flared out in a giant as a stepp. pyrotechnic display. Daile r us a
It was an emotional moment atten Hal on a 110 were

E
nearly 300 wars of an ern Sloud the R came to an end I he umbilical Bah in P ad had
cord was severed and the enternon vilh

::::Co. e
At a re than 50,000 plandm
lialulmians witnessed the H
ceremony, and they reacted in colon
the same subdued nuinner in cond m an
which the\ had approached the hists ht
wee k-long celebrations pre
attended b Prince Cha les as a na
the Queen repn:sent uti rk mm
As t wi en more m oved
the plan at showerinF th'
the dura DE 110< 00
soleninity conunned Voices June
hushaL H en wast no up


t i t 1 th
the seriousness it de erve nun

da it to I I
lqird shower Mondai up ap
alternolit threats j 1 are< 0 :lapsu n 1 tu

remained that way throuahout hauline Union not
(110 evening 5 ceremornet was sl<\ unwound one of
Invited guests began fillne: the t polic emeants
themyalpavilionarly men standitu ther cut nf th<
in dinner inckets. Indies in suit I rin Outies ined 0:
evening dress. Shortiv utte mult attenns a hand 0 J m
10 1 5 p.m. Prime Minisle salute
Lvaden Pindling and Mrs For t he at tune 11
end line arrived in their Silici Bahanus P land pus
Shadow Rolls Rovee. flanked the Briteb n inanal amban. I
byinatorcycleoutriders thebehbH(buniPd
As Mrs. Pindling stepped out Junmed, tir Union Jack we
of the car. there was a loud slowly Hilan d T he .il
"ovah from the crowd onlinued a the liahanus La
Alivoysdressedinperfecttaste \as offiled to the stan an<
the Prime Minister s wife were lowl\ ha tal to the strain<
a silver sequinned sheath from mahinidend
which fell a smoke gray chiffer \t preawly one annute pa
cape with long see-through nudnight. it teached the top a
sleeves. As the floods of the the no to be il!umiwtted hi
field caught the sequins, she sub 0 hnght light. In the son
literally shimmered in a glow ight. lw flag hung unniming,
of light. Then with a loud pop. and a
Shortly ufier Sir Roland shower ORolour. the fireworks
Symonette and Ladi Symonette drove up in the Oceank. out in the lurbour.
Rolls Royce to be greeted by a shot up f lure alter flare The
cheer from the crowd. paratechnics continued, but
Sir Roland wore a grey dw nowd had had enom:h
morning coat and carried hs Slowl\ the hunun auss
top hat. Lady Simonene began to flow Jown the full
looked striking in a rn again abillious to the
patterned sheath. As bar Inudspeaker instructions of a
Roland mounted the stairs to police anne: lorenuin in then
the dais, the Prime Minister Ath
went forward to shake his I he Pance s car finalli made
hand. Lady Symonette mored its wal through the crush
over to chat with Mrs. Pindling Charles and the governor
ne two couples tamed lar--chmbed in lhey droveoffand
some minutes before Sir one o! the most unportant
nor and and Lady Symonette moments in the history of the
were escorted to their seats Bahamas had come to an end.


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A he ohwifHe
Minister Loftus Roker left,
and others, attempt to
remove the collapsed canopy

o rn saHtehCd sod:2
instruments ceremonies at
Clifford Park. Prince Charles,
in the uniform of a colonel in
the regiment of guards,
pushes the rope down to keep
it from hitting his face.
Seated next to him is
teni7oog ods.lohn Paul.

45 AD FAREWELL

i'OR ROY AL PRINCE


sus C L
to the strains of Auld Lang

n to el s f ce

British colonial rule.
oc sionw ert afor stehntime
had fought hardest to bring it
about. T he 24-year-old Charles,
dressed in grey business suit,
arrived underescott at the
eastern side of Rawson Square
shortly before flam
rhere to meet hun were
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindline and Mrs Pindling,
Governor designate Sir Milo
Butler and Lady Butler,
E vternal Affairs Minister Paul
Adderley, Chief Justice
leonard Knowles and Mrs.
knowles. Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard and Mrs.
Mainard and Works Minister
Simean Bowe.
The Prince moved slowly
down the line shaking hands.
When he reached Lady Butler,
she gripped the Royal hanel
warmly and held on to it.
Although reporters were too
ful away to hear what she was
saying, her expression bespoke
a mother heaping blessings on a
departing son. Sir Milo reacted
in similar fashion, pumping the
Prince s hand several times
before releasing it
Last in line were the Prime
Miruster and his wife. Charles
flashed a wide smile.obviously
recalling the previous night's
dancing With the Prime
Minister he became more

li alkaswi hanpu ua

Chi alkivas dtime a g<>t
to s to the deck of the olice
1 Elatthl"a dr wn alo gs


Slowly the Eleuthera pulled
way, escorteds e ontroy of

r indo a in 31th th

liningtth docksideboat passed

the cruise ships Rotterdam,
Oc anTi eand B a rStar an

they saluted the departing
visitor with long blasts of their
horns.
The Minerva le ft
immediately for Freeport

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PLASTIC TREES


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OVER 32,000 BAHAMIAN YOUTHS jammed Clifford
Park on Tuesday to participate in a Youth Raily held to
commemorate the occasion of the birth of the new
Bahamian nation.PHOTO: Rickey Wells.




HRH tells youth rally



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By LYNDA CRAWLY
the a slid tF haCn iAnRLE ,thka te dithe tBritipot bro I tol
Clifford Park on Tuesday that Independence was far greater than
a new flag. a new national anthem and a seat in the United


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By NICKI KELLY
PRINCE CHARLES, banged on the foot by a carpet on arrival,
was bopped on the head by a collapsing canopy the day before


hisdeparture
The occasion was the

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specially bui: stage to the

rth sh in his ill a) er
in officially turning over a
bound copy of the country's
new Constitution.
The Prime Minister had
lifted the volume and shown it
tothecrowdofsomel5,000
gathered at the park. He then
stepped forward to the lectern
to read his speech of
acceptance.
Mr.Pindling had got through
the first page and was about to
begin the penultimate
parargraph of the second and
last page when the sall-shaped
yellow and turqoise canopy
poppeditstiesatthewestern
corner and came blanketing
down on the heads of the 50 or
so dignitaries sitting on the
stage-
There was a stunned silence,
then giggles from those under
the canopy. Prince Charles,
whose smiling face could still
be seen, lifted his end up as
police and protocol officers
fltuckly seized the corners and
pulled the heavy cloth away.
The Pnme Minister, who had
just uttered the words "quiet
revolution" when the canopy
came down, halted briefly
before ending lus address,
BLAZINGSKIES
The Constitutional
Instruments ceremony was
carried under the same blaming
skies that have rnarked all the
daytime activities during the
week-longcelebrations.
The Queen's message
remarked on the Bahamas' long
association with Britain and

Rhe pler nia assuchia emisofnk

list dm6 eb li sI
warmth of your welcome and
your friendship," she said "I
tin


bejust plot t be ups and
downs in the future, as there

ddep no w id p an
I er upon athe Te l rs
confident," said lier Majesty.
"that they will continue fully
to d is c hu r ge their
responsibilities in guiding you
towards a future of prosperity

andReonte ment."the Prime
winister said the the
Constitution was the supreme
aw the o noon gth

those principles and ideals
which we believe make it an
instrument most suitabic for
our circumstances in these


times.

ens'"?" s i'", a nb
s n e >


form, its phrasing and ts
ice fh prTa ri i I tl


present and the ideals,
aspirations and hopes for the
future," he said.
"I should like to think," the
Prime Minister continued,
"that th ceremonul
document, though inanimate
is symbolic of a living organism
which, planted in the
favourable social, economic
and political chinate in the
Bahamas, will grow and
develop as required by
changing circumstances and
consistent with the conceptsol
Christianity, Democracy and
RulcofLaw.
"This document wait be
greatly treasured and carefully
preserved. It will be publicly
displayed as a constant
reminder to living Bahamians
and Bahamians yet unborn,
that the universal principles
embodied therein constitute a
sure foundation on which to
build a stable, orderly and
flourishing society which will
f unction smoothie and
efficiently in a self-regulating
peaceful evolution and quiet
revolution.
Following the ceremony on
the stage, the dignitaries
walked across the field to the
covered pavilIon from whidi
point they watched an
aerobatic display by the Blue
Angels-

Alflil0 CIOSOS

'tSAptf8filf'

aft8f CraSII

I 4p rludra Airw sa e
operations following the crash
.1 r ad \ol ica tiv n er
Hye of tht's e ttetan



jn ntotasp sor na
the suspension The spokesman
emphasisedkthlatre-t enchat
no date was given.
Killed on the early Monday
afternoon crash in the Lyford
('ay area were pilot Clifford
Sunder II of MiamI and Royal
Bahamas Police Force Corporal

32 a ra dns e Opl.
Forbes is survived by his wife
a nd several children,

",11 n wdo also'conflii
that the corporal will be
accorded full military honours
f I ivel .
athedalled uonre rida teTualty 20so y, .


Nations.

a h Ho m


tr igt a ib i
labor ted
read a ul lently

\assau is high." he said. "and
this has resulted in a youthful
population over half being
tinder .'0 years old. Thus it is
that I see assembled before me.
this afternoon, the tangible
aidence of a statistic
contained in the central office
of infornation booklet.
I must say, he continued,
100 do look suitably youthful
and nuke me feel somewhat
agedunddecrepitaiready
whah for 1 mere 24-year-old is
'Ign of the march of time
l'nuce Charles also told the
inuth that when he was m
school a seemed as though his
adulthood would never come
blucation and all the misenes
that go with it some of which.
surprisingly, do help when you
are older and unable to face
ble with a for more realistic
and mature approach, appear
to stretch with monumental
natutony into the dun
tuture. he added.
1 hope that many of you
ine today will have the chance
at going to university. I had
three years myself and felt I
had benefitted in many
instances fr om t he
expenence,'hesaid.
IVORY lOWER
But don't forget, he
added, "that life in a school or
university has little to do in
many instances with what
actually goes on outside the
Walls, and in effect you are
living in a kind of ivory tower
covered in the ivy of pure

acqan any"'t t are born in


id I g on g peel le at
and asp rations too but one
ought to stop occasionally and
< t rational tt


Nassfhe unlue ittuatituri
economic and tax-free business
ince it es Inaelat blthat you

tling.in e denianyounttr s
have not had. But it is up to
the future planners and leaders
of the Bahamas, that means
.ou, to decide which way you
want to go and what is the best
rogramme for all Bahamians,
"From now on there are
great challenges ahead of you
tandnyou are tgo ng to is alled
11 th b f luck
.11ate er ud do to do a
I arn full of confidence, as I
look around at the assembled


napt onenddu oHhe


t y
day as official Bahamians their
untr nd ad cry

"We believe that our young
people would continue to build
the Bahamas." he added, "we
want them to realize that
building the Bahamas will
demandsacrificesofthem."
Mr. Coakley urged the youth
to "let our future be that of a
strong and beautiful people."
M r. Timothy Gibson,
composer and arranger of the
new Bahamas National
Anthem, "March On
Wh.an iland was presented to
the Prince at the rally. He was
also presented with a plaque by
Mr. Edmund Moxey,
Parliamentary Secretart
Ministry of Education and
Culture.
Ten other educators also
received awards and were
presented to the Prince for
their outstanding service to the
Bahamian schools They were.
Miss Molly Albury, Mr William
A. G Bain, Mrs. Clothilda
Bnce. Mr. Clement Bowleg
Mrs. Miriam Cash Dean. Mrs.
Roslyn Esple, Mr. Granville
Major. Mr. Robert Sawyer, Mr.
Milo Strachan and Mrs. Mamie
Worrell.
Members of the Youth Rally
who were responsible for the
involvement of all Nassau
schools were, Mr. Moxey'
honorary chairman: Malvina
Sands and Telzena Coakley-
director and coordinator
respectively
Music for the event was
provided by the A. F. Adderle
fligh School Band: Church of
2odchJun usBandRed arts
Radio1Balh ae Fr ethemRoyal

$90,000 THEFT
AT JOHN BULL


testi t

a 1orsare closed and
Thieves entered the building
b removing four sdteel bars td

over $90,000 worth of watches
and other jewelry.
The items were all stolen
from showcases inside the
store. It is understood that the
value of the goods is expected

toes si v tofbGle
assessed
Police are investigating the
br k nature Prorogued

BOTH Chambers of the
Lepslature were prorogued by
proclamation on Saturday,
July 7.


GAY YOUNG PRINCE: Grinning at a private joke, if
the Prince of Wales and Prime Minister Lynden Pindling's
wife, Marguerite, enjoyed a number of dances together on
Tuesday night during State Balls at the Paradise Island
Hotel, the Sonesta Beach Hotel and the Nassau Beach
Hotel. PHOTO: Bahamas News Bureau.


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COVER-UPNECESSARY TOSAVE NIXONSAYSMilflifl L
WASHINCTON (AP) The Senate Hatergate annonit-
closed-door session this morning to amuss the pusabehis ..1 tr
subpoena some White House documents. President lion. has and tin
documents are private and personal. A wrunatter ad s.ns la J n
expect any decision on the subpoena soon. Af ter the excent.x, sesson sh
S will resume open questioning at Mrtner attornes-p neral b in.
In two days ofquestioning, Mitchell has clung to the contents. th e
watergate cover-up was necessary to see Pressuent Nu .n .unl sh, .at
the presidency itself.
Following Mitchell today is expated to be whin House counvi
Rich ndfidMoo .s du ted W1ute "a >ut / (*SeeStoriesThisPage)
FRENCH TAKE ANTI-HIJACKING PRECAUTIONS
PAPEETE' TAHITI (AP) The French goverranent toda< put ann J
guards on all French commercial planes firm, into and .au ..t lieut<
Tahiti. The French apparentiv Jon't want or chase a proust lun
over the nuclear test site in the south P;ada. Obscriers at I rene, a
nucleartestseriesisimminent.
A French order barring all ships and plants troun the seas and 0.ws too
72 miles around the South Paulk test sale and alect yestersto Hut
several protest ships, including a New /caland now trigate, are nunk (10
danger tone.
PHASEANTI-INFLATIONPROGIL4MME UNPOPULAR
WASHINGTON (AP) The Nixon administsstion rk <0
what it calls phase four of the overnment's.Inti-innation prsuran
But one official who has participated III the phase tour pl.mning was th
tough nqw System soon to be announad util not enjo\ great ( upularit\
And the official, who asks not to be identilwd. saw flu dowome nt th
will come from the new economic phase will enable the administr un
drop wage-price control ultogether.
PEACE IN CAMBODIA THROUGH NEGOTIATIONS
WASHINGTON (AP) The Lnited States \looks ad<<1 the IN al,
Republic of China, the Solict Union, and other interested got
give their "serious and favorable government's officer to negotiate a cease fire with its adacrwarles
The State Department in a statement reflecting talks httween Pre uL,
Nixon and Huang Cgen of the Chinese liaisun offke .st San Clean
aforwardthrusttothepeaceeffortoftheCamboJrine ernme'
"The United States government believes that the r roman < to
Cambodia is a question to 1>< resolved threauch rn mann
Khmer(Cambodian)partiesthemselves."sposman I liare dect
LANDSLIDE KILL 38 IN MEXCALA
MEXCALA, MEXICa (Aly lia Jeath toll tran landma. un
by a tornado rose to 38 Tuesdus as twinspoopic retur a J t rn I
what remained of their homes.
"Mexcala is not Mexcela unimore, and I alel has ( ru;
town's 4,000 inhabitants. Crul' six thildren and lu< pretits a re
the 21 who died here when thousands nI vm .0 rsaks .aul noni re ih a
down a mountainside, taking with them about sohun
damaging many others in the path.
Two others wvre reported missing .mi 2 4 in ured in this ims
northern edge of Lake Chapula, 20 kilanwters tr on ifu 0.80 ..tt hapla.
The other known dead were in San Pedro invae a n the wher
mountain from this town and also on am northern ed;e of the inke
U.S.DOLLARSTRENGTHENSONEUROPEAN11ARKETS
LONDON (AP) The U.S. Juliar ratheJ strmut .el urop< a
exchanges Wednesdal and the price of gold declined.
The dollar maintained its upsurge for the we out straicht Jet
reflection of the determination hi l uropean a teamwnt End rs I I
the dollar back up from its record laws of last unk
Confidence in the dollar was boosted h\ 0
U.S. Federal Reserve on luesdas that state banks in in in I ur v
Japan are standing by with a tund of almost $18 bills..o a her
States on a short-term basis to support the Juliar.
Though the dollar closed generally< lower the a as a r 110
against major European currencies. Jealers sold n one or or I to
previous days.
KELLEY CONFIRMED AS HEAD OF F81
KANSAS CITY (AP) Clarence At blici n
the FBI Wednesday in a cereman attended bi I'rewrd at \use el
pledged "to serve only justice and to >>id am **(her t ru ..r nifluct
which hurts the cause of Justice."
Nixon, in his first public appear;uite in nearly a month stopp I here
route to Washington from the Western white House,
NO CONFIDENCE MOTION AGAINST BARROW GOV
an < inParliamenthere.svhich Adaun sought v. pie name at or I.y

meetrng, will he debated surnetone later af ter home plusa on the .rder
It calls on the administratson to useen or and criticizes government's handling of tim (anbben units and
C mmaond Markethdecision and its failure is, Iwik tlu L<\ >st of
The last elections were held here in a tomber 1971 and mu .*ne, are
not constitutionally due until 197A
POLITICIANS CUT SHORT VISIT FOLLOWING PLANE CRASH
TAlPEI, JUl Y 12 (AP) lwo visitrre Brushin somewanal leader
decided Thursday to cut short their Asian 0.0< h< Sen. lilinto Muller, president ni 13ranis plannunt politual part< iron
mass it tur aar crash in Irame, a st 4 man 1 7 th< Br.vilian
Petronio Portella. president of the Isr:valun a n.ne mil a >< 1aine.
Friday morning and fly dire Rep. Flavio Martilio, president of the thuss .t H Itave for Brui t H t du ed > 3 moned

ACCUSEDOF FABRICATING ENERGY CRISIS
WASHINGTON (AP) Senator Halter mill
companies of fabricating the energs crisis. And no Man
has asked the Senate to delay action on the projmsed tr ins-ALul a piperine
whilestudyinganalternativeroutethroughcauda.
in a senate speech yesterday. \landale Intrmon I
for the government to begin immediate neputathan \ pipeline. The measure also would require an eleven numb oudi ha dw
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confrontation on separation of
Penters
Mitchell suggested Baker and
,animittee chairillan Sani )
I nin Jr., might go to the
White liouse and discuss the
problelli directly with the
President,
MORF IENSE
As Mitchell grew more tense,
(Juliker repeatedly questioned
filL' IOTIT10f Calliptigil diffotal*
statellient that he kept Nixon
in the dark because he teared
Jisclosure of White House
skeletons and that the
President would "lower the
hooll) and cripple his own
edin 11
paly .
Mitchell said the decision
might have been incorrect
\ren't ion dead sure in
your Illind that that was I
mista <_ not to ing th
Plesident? Baker asked.
'Senator. lm not Certain
t 10 case. sullist s 11 Mitchell d
e re talking about the week
of ]11110 197' Where I still
bel (1 11 (
Lit to alow
important thing to this willitri
was the re-election of Richard
11100 Arid I was not about to
countenance unithing that
would stand in the way of (113!
re- kvtion you understanding

I n1 sure what enarillot
I arealitlill that l ou put oil
success . that tile concealt{Tent
from the President of facts
sitell as > on described as the
Willie House horrors and the
break-in at the Watergate on
June 17 that all of those things
were interim in importance to
the ultimate re-election of the
President?
Mitchell: I had no doubt at
that time and I have no doubt
about it now.
NO 1.VIDENCE
Baket asked whether it was
not unfair fast 11 t lit'is nod

111< TI1n< la neation M to1 11
a (10 was notte le redtilto

there has been no shred of
evidence that he was
knowledgeable of the break-in
or the emer-up
Joking. Mitchell said it
might hole been simpler had
those White House people
in\alked been taken on the
11110 limise lawn and shot.
lhut would have been less of
a problem than has developed
in the meantime. he said
ILiker asked Mitchell all
) ( J
I It' Ill Nixon what he knew
Chere is a mattel of
judgment you make in
connectims with these areas
11itchell alti
Baker Ihere are many
judgments. mine of thelli legal.
senicultilenlillegal. howdo
we go about making sure that
presidentul-lelel decisions
decisions of tremendot/
sportance. are in fact made
b the Presulent and not by
.
cleaned\^ Senator, this
happen every day in tilis
capital where the President
does not have information
shout a particular subject
matter
Haker Surely it does not
happen every day with respect

Coninlittee of efforts bl
puncipal white House staff.
t r s. 0/ st2< rTm per\\
or perjury or conspiracy --
Mitchell said even months
af ter the election he did liot
discuss Watergate at has
frequent meetings with the
Presulent because he believed
personnel changes in the White
House would prevent the

in re retim wn t <1 ,
more was no reason in my
'pinlan in East a pull over the
econd erind I ( 11 1 said

in the categ<>ri of what
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PARIS ~ Rt urging jetliner crashed in an onion patch


s,,,ss,,,, ,,
Jumms organization operating out
of basement backnunn was u ed
bi President Nixon former
law er nerbers wk nench.t"
im so ret 5 mm,',
Repunican senate compouns. the
\\ashington star News said
weard"
some of the mone\. the
newspaper said. went to the
campaign of Sen. Lanell P weaker
tr (It ( 5,note\\\aterateowninutice
quoting sources time 1<. the
watergate proceedings. th..
Star News said Rainthath used a
Jurnmi name, the publi<
institute, to Jastribute the mone'
senate imestigators hare been
told, the artsele said that the
himbach mones was distributal
for about two down candidates
under the direct supertist
former white House clues of run
11 R.llaideman
n si dr{itic st j k n
in has borne tman nt \ci pers
Beach. Lalit. and taritarded tin.
'slanes to washineton, the
newspaper said. lhe source <4 the
money, it said. as still unexplailwd
seriate investigator, the artule
said. ime been toni the cashier
checks untten in 'the paith
institute were sent b hanw'
white House aide J.uk \ Gk^
who split up the fund'
forwarded thern to a unlid ates
detailed by Haldem:m
lhe operation. Much the
Star News said worked last of ;'
basement backrnon
Hashington tm\nliouse. 11 twhoical
to have invested a total so so
nollion into Senate ami State house
shout half ti'"
report said. "ritten Jerectl1 to the man n
the other half. it said am own
kalmbach s check
Ni" aing ""j "
Star News said Heleker got in .000
from the white House tm his 1970
campaign Senate Inlestigate rs it
newspaper said, hate been
Weicker receiled .s < 0.000 <
check out of the miniRun n
made out to the IT < < mouse
tor Heicker


_
t ITOIII 11IXOD
Kep
81 Brooks Jackson
\\\SHINGTON (AP) John N. Mitchell said Wednesday
President Nixon tilthilately will defend his own good name in the
hatert'ate scandal, but wonceded that a President who withholds
infonilation aboul such a cow risks public suspicions.


therunwax waselearedbut
the jetliner never reached Orli.
the French National Ponce
said it plummeted on its belly
slightly\ less than 15 minute'
after the first report of trouble.

I he heat in (110 bilfillll?
plane melted away thefearICit
see son h
By the time I got to te
plane, the heat was so intense I
ld t closer thall '
cond ifePierre nvier.who
has in the nearby allage
111011 the fire enginOS UK
ICileapters JTrived
Firemen dug into the cares
< t 11 airetraft ivithe" or

the passengers while the
11el 1 b to fly
Icopters stoot
thelli to hospitals.
li racie (te DosteiS. 3
Portuguese-born nurse's
gasistant who was walking near
to cras sl e. 11 t dministered
heart massage and artificial
respiration to two of the crash
Met His.
they put the two men in
an ambulunce and I jumped in
to continue administering
.. .
tartlicial respiration, she soul
"On the way to the he pital
Illy crew rnember began
breathing. The other man
embraced hun, k ssed him and
continued to cry
(3110 of the survivors told
her, she said. that the fire
broke out in rear of the aireqtt
and spread inside the cabin
before the plane hit the
pound lk holeved, she said,
that the fire nu\ have started
in a toilet.


1110 Orig Airlines Hoesng
To w as unt six nules short of
its destitution at Orly Airport
af ter a 0.000 mile light from
San Paula. Mruil
1 nlimate and a hall more
and the Boeing could have
Until 111 Latel) perhaps aving
all the powengers said
Jean I ntants I wrot. the
control towel Elilel :il Orly.
[110 Emir let airliner Caine
antin in fumes outsule the
511 b 11 I bu n v Illuce 01
Sauls-1es Chartreal. It
011pinOS silli \\17191 A fl 1 119
unpa. t
Haines spilling from the
moral pretented farmbands
I ni winne near the wreckage
la rescue filow inside. 1hey
in luded lb crew members anti
1 8 ltivenues, none reported
m encan
itnewes seal the deal
along the ptwengers were
htH nod. helong
strapped ill
their was But the pilot.
waged with 'hare!\ J few
so.itches rescue workers want
lot 11 110 Orl
a tn
Innouncil
n board mine alter
flight 820 n'portal envine
tinish mpunt spokesliley,
sul \n the a.h sounded. but
< ininwilletely
suppLmled hi a fulbestle crash
\\ iting \\!1en the pilot
nts later that
I110 mport said the pilot
ked for permlwinn to
ag
knunny on a
(up


in kint 3 1 nm .11
(11 \( ) Channan ut the
Wateratic Emanittee
!ul need 1110 haund.iries of
0' 0110 lun & PC as defined
11 L10n.
rd Sea f loward II HAct
1! ( RII \\ ) (110 \lee
8 man. suggested aneli that
h Plesident elbous the case
Li \ Wit I in esti JUL
00.
questioning Mitche
Inn sm<

on taken hi 1 ten in
my to appear kfore the
10 1
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H isked \hich whether

point a Pro ident \\!0,

natter an JCl
a
Ch

HPht
\ (hut interence Her he
I that nsk hai 1 1 he
ghed in the contal 0! the
'llltillunal wpanition of
j th b n, ea Exons
.1)RI 1011 at mi nine
he P Jent uni thint
the H hite ib me

so I the
no Did the Pu salem

a def eate
ach H soul he 11 vi not
or n a Inne 30 p
t phone com elsailan
11 li .ud that at ths plant
in kn ttle <>1 the case
I the at didn I halt
tirilwin than that
he
n the President
mb1
H \ 11 \ 1)
if hallenced
\lit unt ntion that
lioln < H wouhi have
been t nod 11 he had
10 un uring the
the
lishelp
P huffall
an wilich
\ Due Law
'
f la
\ P.t'I had
haic male
la in than

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\rn Mie hiumed
\p ma rather
til rulit lot
wouting
th
h how

pate
o
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1 10 I mid
b that after
iour 1 oin the
Pre An uni to the
al n ur heanng
the
uhlect




tu on
in n \ \an
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b it 9 n [ II the
pe n um th 0 th t he
that
H to als
en
th H In e I

mad inut on
pel noder I
Mitchel DJ It
He bush art la make
suggestsn to hnit the
Presulen J handle th a


nutte pounon of

\lion used la upp




not a nee
but b
,"' ,1 no
n, u on o go
itiate unuse nu amous a
11 Ilitifill[1J


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Single 5 9
Double $1I
Triple $13
Quadruple 516

Home of the
AME RIL \\-BAHAMI
FEDERATION
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centluries u~ has ee locked away in the drunk tank of an old North


adventurers for three and a half

Filorida Countx hail. Ilanda
Wednesdal took custudi of
what treasure hunters say is a
portion of a 5000 milhan
fortune which his been 111dder1
in the wreckage of the Spanish
galleans Nuestra Senora de
Atocha and La 11ar arita since
-
( nder the watchful eye at
armed guards. the bill WJ
flown from Key West to the
state archlies, housed in an okl
leon ( unnt) Jul ft \\31
assigned space in all
abandoned. sub hownient
drink tank
Ireasure Salvors Inc.. a brill
of treasure hunters that locatal
the fortune. estimated the
value of the unid and silief
artilacts at 750,000 dollars
Ut archives director Robert
\Villiallis declined to lulk of
Inonetar\ \alue
"It s irreplaceable R is,,,,
said after personally escorting
the 500 pounds nt treasure to
fallahawee in a state air plan
"People hole been lookine 101
this treasure 10: 351 wars its
value for oweeds what 1
could sell it Mr
Selen armed Ilonda I
patrol officers stood guard m:1
the treasure at Kei West as it
was loaded aboard the plane in
four beer coolers 01 .1 v 11


treasure from detell all it'
'0ankle I "

t i e an a
except that treasure Hilk'"
said. But < nee the fled sli
laden cooler\ were hunted me
the falblinwee fall hurt
Willnuns sun 10 so
breathing a Lttle easier
Williams and his stal
sort through the t ed
et< re trustiskill all. It

bank
RICH IROVI

Spl si ate it it'll
62-pound silicr Mrs. a ofteel
salter spoons and plates and
rosary heads of golden coral
1here \\as also an astrniabe. un


I .>bwrling
adestial I'odies Ihe neigation
Instrun C used by 15th
anturi marine
1 lait the state is entitled
to keep 5 pl cent of the
'Wuun e lucil \\as disemered
und 3) ed of sand 30 mile
n k co List neck
him a f le treasure
nter at their share

til the 1 0 the
he in 000 la silver gold
Ireled In be part

let hi li It it b < h
H Il uns ul Wednesdu\
H re lial taken
he treeme to
no He H nd.1 gets its as
pe ent si si t 10 Un< .
it
in Man H soul. the
st to 1 1 the
\ 110.1 ure
01 1 ca ure
soon 1 DR I mi

it id is tt
pu to 9>00 nunion
re huble, in the wreckage
a the Spanish oil ., 'suestra
nor a \Lu ca n ta <\tchientda ta
b umme mR
() ft .th ui 1 nJ would

k perha wr
ca s,
of he n a the R al

'no s n\ an
of t Cape Kennels unt
I dollars
worth of po! teller Ind inbuhic artifu The treasure has to be kept
in 1Liter to st p :t deterit idling
a that a h it it s slupped
soul Bleth
1.1 ti < ? I resa le e lib I

,tucers aroud wall can
standing hi thisdisemer/has

la sti lm La
Quanta were reported to be
earning 5000 nullion in gold
and ashes when the\
damsppeared.


AN~


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The more you know about Scotch,
the rnore loyal you are to liallantine s.


BBC PAYOLA

SEX SCANDAL


CASE OPENS
LONIM)N ( lP) 181
blackmail. a nee house title
two wa mirrors and sex pan
plusr 101 a stol it 1
zusse pa la at flu lan
Broad, ting corpor to.n

Her son writer and unna nu
John nee. 3 a on
' 'r 1 0 MM MW
us the capitaL
severalarraignments;sive
Jones and the two men pr.
set for lilif rat in
producers in exchange 1.0
records plugged.
in prosecution statements a
evidence, the court heard of thwt
of violence to prostitutes
worked for Miss Jones : wh
talked to police. promises to
ov work in return for ,
producers; a morn in 111+ I Gi
apartment fitted with at tu
mirror so clients could watch as
basing sex. and expen is
gr ulic onn.
Apart from the three ac
one was named in court. Inn
avere referred to as 11r. 1 and
1 and a call girl who gaveeve1
\\as identified only as \lin .1
BARE isACK
liiss Jones more a leop.mi
audit that left her shoulder
gek here. Dee < genarns and Gilbert a former
led in landon who \saw
c 0 tI
h "clati 1 sti s we sun
Prosecutor lischael woulo
harge that Miss Jones treal
Ilire a man to murder Ike<
'lleard separately
its, 1 told the court an
accent that on one no
told to pose as an II 10 a li
having sex with he, el n
stepfather while 1\ pr
watched through

she s aid it" 1 uIJ ,
itiss \referred t > twn
mtel Iondon >I
he an other girls mi
ru hr usex 1.tltillie
11oner she milected I m
a to lii, am
'he n
==.@


FORMER ATT. GEN.TESTIFIES IN W ATERGATE121 of 134 die in

Mitchell sa s White NIXON LAWYER . .
Van Airhnes crash
If I & SECRET $1 5m
KIOUSO IlorrOYS Were * *
441 A
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Thursday, July 12,1973.


nations engaged in tas titanic struggle achieved m
cause of real freedom and hunum brotherhood
* * * * *
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Consistency ... thou art a voice.
Where is tl is pnzed quality to be found in Gove


Far away there in the sunshine are my highe
may not reach them, but I can look up and se
believe in them. and try to follow where the\ lead


I --I


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\ uulune no
INDEPENDENCE
ORDER AVAILABLE
\ 1111111 0 unnhe

Independence order 973 ac
us.uUN, O the 0 anna
I'ubucanons at nee Bank
line it a < 1 at 2 50 :RF
0 1000 0
annum in tin na ten


IllIE~Al A0AEC.1.


3


I


. .


ihe 1 NM has not been an ett
Legislature because it has d
Cooper ite mill Govelittlent,
independence on which the\ w


anti-black. even long after The Tribune had broken down the
hinders of racial discrinunation at great personal suenfice
I told 111111 a story that I have always ConSidered alllusilly
lears ago ... when The Tribune was making Inroads against
reactionary forces in the conununity, for which The Guardian
Was then the 1110milpiece ... the then Editor of The Guard/UN
Wrote an article stating flatly that it was a "White" newspaper
This was an appeal to the white Bay Street merchants to try to
Clipple tis by withdrawing their adverdSing from unt ColumnS.
The Mitor of The Guardian tried to brand lhe Tribune as a
black newspaper. I have since established that 7he Tribune has
been neither a black nor a white newspaper it has been a public
newspaper, belonging to all the people, regardless of race, colour
or creed. It has though for honesty and far dealing in pubhe
affairs
Anyway ... I quashed the unfair propaganda of this clearly
racist appeal by pointing out that The Guardian was printed on
white paper but it was not a newspaper until black mk gave it a
new physical character.
I went on to point out that the blend of white and black in a
newspaper represented the human character of the Bahamian
people. Until black and white became a united people with a
single purpose the leaders of the islands would have failed to
achieve their highest responsibility

My friend listened in silence. I laughed while I told the story
because I think it is funny and I refuse to be depressed but he did
not even crack a smile.
"It's the same all over, Etienne."he said gravely, "I had an old
friend of mine from Pakistan in for lunch yesterday. He is really a
fine chap. 110 was a member of the former government in
Pakistan. Now he is in exile and he is being viciously persecuted
by the :..'. all very sad."
I agreed.
"Anyway, old chap," he said smiling and slapping me on the
back."I'm glad your position is not so grim.
"Not yet," I agreed.laughing.
Not vet." he echoed in a whisper, once again unsmilingly.

The government in Britain are fully aware of what has been
happening in the Bahanuts ... and yet they have done it, while
pretending that it was not their wish but merely the wish of a
majority of the Bahanian people.
The Dutch are doing it another way. They too want to shed all
their colonial territories but they are not being hypocritical in

from all their possessions in the Western Hemisphere ... and that
the people of these territories must get ready for independence at
the earliest possible time.
The British approach is called diplomacy. I have another word

forlt I issdt ti{ I exchanged with an English lady with whom I sat during the
debate on the Bahamas independence Bill in the Lords.
"He knows the truth about conditions in the Bahamas." I
<-onunented to this woman when Lord Thurlow stood up to
speak, "how can he honestly stand up in public and condemn the
Ahaeo petition?"
"You know," she replied with a cynical curl on her lip."he is
Foreign Office."
\Vhich, I suppose, is another word for diplomacy.
* * * *
This fact probably explains why Lord Thurlow, a senior
Foreign Office diplomat, was sent to the BahamasasGovernor in
the f to he iskint 1 Bahamian friends thought he was "smooth". They

were not impressed. But I thought that both he and talented

113 tlThurlow were charming. Both my wife and I genuinely
fhe sad part about the hypocrisy of public men is the effect
their behaviour has on sincere trusting people.
"We fought very hard to stay with Britain," Mr. Errington
Watkins told his people at Ahaeo when he finally conceded defeat
in his fight to retair their British heritage. "but Britain fought
liard to get rid of us.
I urther on in his statement he declared. "Britain doesn't want
us so wh\ should we want to raise hell about the Union Jack
coming down
must admit that the day I walked out of the House of Lords
af ter seeing human beings I know stand up publicly and condemn
3 WortilV GUSC ... SOillething Very pf0Clous died deep down within
110.
lean now understand a statement made by a leading Australian
journalist at an 1.P.I. conference in Hong Kong a few years ago
that, with Britain's entiv into the Conunon Market, Australia
nutst now look to Japan for her future,
* * **** *
"Daddy," my daughter Mrs. Carbon said to me later when we
were discussing a mental obituary for a dead dream ... "at 43 I
lure armed at the same place you have reached at 74. I am
gratef ul tor this much anyway.
"I am glad too, my dear," I assured her, "but don't forget.
lioney, there'll always he a Santa Claus. Don't let anything sour
your life. There are still a lot of nchly unspoiled areas in human
expenence if you take the trouble to look for them.
"I know Daddy." she assured me with a brave smile. "I won t
forget. There IS alwais a Santa Claus.
* * * * *

I can now say that I am no longer sorry that my daughter lus
decided to stay and carry on The Tribune. It's a good business.
I am no longer upset bi the fact that I have been excluded as a
possible resident of Br itain. I agree with Mr. Watkins. Now that it
is abundantly clear that the\ don't want me ... why should I want
them"

I have now been treed to enjoy the rest of mi life without am
ties or obligations.
Thank God for the light.


* * * * *
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: I have often said in this column that
America never seems to learn that she cannot buy fnends.
There is also a lesson England needs to learn. It is that when
she sacrifices principles in order to appease the people who haic
lier, she loses the respect of her real friends and fails to win over
lier enemics. TIns has been the pattern throughout her funner
Empire.
* * * * *
A fact I overlooked in the article I wrote in the Independence
Day Special on Monday should be recorded at this tune.
It is that, when it appeared that the Opposition might haic a
Chance of victory in the September 19th election, a Kiwanis Club
named me Man of the Year. A date was set for presentation of
the atw:irrithe election a majority of the club run for their holes.

They were afraid to go through with it. The award was never
presented.
And so evil marches triumphant[\ on because too many human
beings. walking around in the shape of men. are afraid to stand up
and he counted when the chips are down.


=-9BeIREI'Ele P=
* * * * **
Last week I discussed the duties and functions of an
Opposition in Parliament. I pointed out that its single duty is to
oppose.


by the electorate.
How for have they cooperated Will} (Lovellullent
So much that at the independence Conference in London thei
received the praise of the Butish government wha have since used
the squalent that both the Government and Oppswition parties
in the Bahamas wanted independence.
The people in England were pleasantl\ surpused Naturally .
it saved them a lot of trouble,
And in the House of Assembly here both Purne Munster
Pindhng and Deputt Pnme Minister Arthur Hann.s have lost no
opporturmy to declare on the floor of the House how sweet and
reasonable the Opposition have been. This was the km aldeath
The Opposinan are not supposed to be sweet and reasonable
The\ are supposed to be a holy terror to the Government ... that
is. It the\ ever hope to displace the Government
* * * * *


I 1)I luR the Inhane

o> expre at w houcht
wit ur ountri us
1. Her ra that at a
v.J pend n unus it us
be to 1 un \ a on
'H ""
not on hu a he

I
int

and the neneth at the am
4
me 5 n the black and
Hw irone men who are
unable I b nor themselves
because of ChHdren born out of
wedlock are already forming
the ab 000 of somety.
Granton how .no young
peopk in the other
v rhy I wa tety but
it E b 0.00, thew
amuanton that fans the
t tt atit a
has the n nuann of
nioup often
on ,es.
une th
a ni we wHi
0 rupt an 1
pr al
he a n a slowly
but so n une the
taundanwn at .ur no >n to be
How on an an a sub un
eroding t.>undanon survive'
We c an surt au types of
construent as and

< ir< 1 < rd I st
the emath and the destruction
of thn interous elowth. But
they are manned to failure
unk s the nat uluab at down

in 1 n Ex

013 tel we ite I tI
are and the on i thn th
can he done no th ouch
reheatunan La pn gunmes
and propel charoung nditions
beans thus
treat the si mpton and nee
a an 1 ca \
Ihis a the < sense, du
emu erous we that produces
the synon uns that an
undenoming the touralanon of
nor anone, he

are: < \<0 to 1 am in
the due me or sm. I give to you
the rna Jesusichr i {: the way

the auth and the Life He a
the and w on ts au ake illn


The Tribune has Inst a genuine friend in the sudden passing of
Mr.Neville Sandsl:ut Saturday.
Mr. Sands was an unusual member of the Uid humJ During
the wars that tas group regarded me as Public 1 nenq \n. I and
organized boycotts of mi business, Mr. Sands came to see me one
day at the height of a campaign by the Bay Street politicians to
crush tlus news >er.
Although I hardly knew hun at the tune. He and "You nui
not know it but I am your fnend. Instead of mine in hut 100 I
wouki like to be able to come in and talk with \un !!-ni time to
time.
Whenever he disagreed with uniting I wrote atta that he
caine in and talked it out with me. In this was a was fuendship
was forged.
Ilad the polincians in the Old Guard taken this enhghtened
attitude in their hunun relations thei wnuld be sharine the
country with coloured people as equal partnes toda\ instead et
being canplete outcasts in public affans.
asses see


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
ONLY A FEW YEARS AGO Prime Minister Pindling was in
London on official business which was conducted satisfactorily
from the point of view of his Government.
After the conference he was interviewed by the London Press
who raised the question of independence for the Bahamas.
lie told the Press that independence for the Bahamas was an
academic question, something not in the forsecable future.
Some time afterwards the Bahamas Legislature was convened
with a speech by His Excellency the Governor.
In his speech ... made on behalf of the Pindling Government .
flis Excellenev actually fixed the target date of independence for
the summer of 1973.
Needless to say, this statement of policy came as a shock,
following so closely on the heels of the assurances given the Press
in London by Prime Minister Pindling only a short time earlier

e IT is att ettBahamas was a possibility but it was
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Tlus was a remarkable piece of political gymnastics that it was
not easy to explain, less easy to understand.

wh rje { sate but ilon Mr.shndr t dadal agePill ree dej< ni
for the Bahamas. * as= * * * * *

Mr. Pindling came home from this conference with a few
little trinkets ... the kind of external signs that have come to be
known as "status symbols" in our materialistic society.
The distinction between a political leader in a dependent
territory and an independent territory is that the former carries
the title of Premier and the latter is dignified with the name of
Prime Minister.
Mr.Pindling came home with the title of Prime Minister.
Another bauble he brought home with him was that the islands
would in future be known as the Conunonwealth of the Bahamas.
4,,, as 4,
All these strange happenings must have raised a big question

marl dei"mds of thinkingdo linean?
What had caused Mr. Pindling to do a complete somersault in
his attitude towards independence in such a short time?
Why had the British Government conceded a title to him that
had been withheld from othe dependent territories?


reg r dsm Ilneve usbehoa ci u nn eS nlthatt im Th
come to the level of consciousness to form a pattern and tell a
story.
Every move made by the British government since the PLP
gamed power has been a gentle shove in the direction of
independence. The British government constantly have assurances
that. under no circumstances would they give independence to
the Bahamas unless it was the express wish of the Bahanuan

a 4 4 4 4. 4 we
OW ... let me be honest with you. I can understand wh\
Britain wants to be rid of her few remaining colonies. They have
become an expensive burden to her. And certainly she has
received no appreciation for all the benefits her colonial
territories have derived from being under the wing of Mother
Britain.
The simple fact of the matter is that the British government
wanted to be rid of the Bahamas and, while they poured vaseline
011 the wound, they embraced every opportunity to shove us out
of the door.
The Bahamas is now out ... the door has been closed finuly
against another of Britain's nuisance appendages.
Now .. from where I sit I am inclined to believe that after Mr.
Pindling gave the interview to the London Press about
independence for the Bahamas being only a distant possibility.
someone in the British government or someone acting on
behalf of the government got hold of him and convinced him
of the advantages of leading an independent territory. 110 was
probably promised the "earth and all that therein lies" ... and the
baubles he brought home on that occasion were only a small
advance on favors yet to come.
** * **
While I was in England recently no one near to government
tried to justify the attitude of the British govenunent towasus the
petition from Abaco. Most of them said t1atly that Britain wanted
to get rid of the Bahamaslock, stock and barrel.
There could be no reasonable argument against the Abaco
proposal. The talk about fragmentation of the territory was only
a convenient red herring that was callously pulled across the trail
to ease an unjustifiable decision.
Abaco was not Cyprus where the people of two bitterly hostile
nations are forced to live together on a small island ... the furks
on one side, the Greek Cypriots on the other side with a definite
line drawn between them. guarded by an international force
under the control of the United Nations.
The Bahamas archipelago embraces 700 islands and thousands
of cays, all standing..ione out in the ocean, and so any suggestion
that separation of Abaco from the other islands would fragment
the nation was only a prime piece of hypocrisy.


Nor is the government in Bnta n unaware of the injustices that
are inflicted on loyal citizens that she has cut adrift all over the
world.
I had tea with a friend in Parliament while I was in London. He
has been a good friend to me and so I wouldn't embarrass him by
raising the question of the policy of his government. But he was



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staff which is now courageously carrying on. And they won't let
Inc sell the paper.
Worse still are the glaring cases of discrimination against The
Tribune and in favour of The Guardian which had been openly


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L. M. AI COT I


At this time it nught be interesting to recall a
took place in France dunne the first workl \ta
Both Neville Sands and ha brnther Whu
predeceased him, served in this war with a Unm
regiment on the Western Front


One day the West Indian unit in which I cried was winn

ra idaah kvt ilicltl if :n ji he I titu2 9 ing a 1 gl
They were certaints in ahurry to get somewhere.
Tlus was just after a heavy snow storm. The pound was deep
in mud from the tronip of troops and the movement of vehicle
Snow was piled high on the roadside. I stepped one a pile a

I As the battery dashed past I saw one of the Sands bois . I
don I remember which one now ... drivine the hows in the
leading hattery.
110 didn't see me. He was too much in a hurr\ to get lus guns in
action to see anybody or anything at that moment.
Tim young non ... like millions of other 1 oung an round the
workl ... was engaged in u grim battle to prescive human ficednni
Today one wonders whether tlus sacnike of the south of


SMUGGLING RING UNCOVERED IN U.S

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women are bleached theer lear 'en own


Mr Gribune


Thursday, July 12, 1973.


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have gone into the production
of this unusual presentation.
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centrepiece of the display stage
with its free-form lines and
underwater lighting, was
designed by Mr. Michael Myers,
who will be on hand to explain
how his efficient team of
workmen and their up-to-date
equipment can construct such
a pool anywhere in Nassau
within seven days.
Thelma McWeeney s
expertise in make-up will be
demonstrated, as also will be
the hair-styling experience of
Claude de Rue. Vernetta
Armbrister's native straw-work
will be on display, and there
will be an opportunity to see
the jewellery creations of The
Gr endurtle. to this evening of
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by invitation only. Anyone
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who has not yet received an
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ACTOR ROBERT RYAN DIES AT 63


NEW YORK OLP) Robert
loan, an actor who often Weed
rainie Le re 1
Ryan entered a New York
hospital about a week ago for
treatment of symph cancer, a
recurring ailment which had been
arrested by cobalt treatment in
1970.His wife writer Jessica
Ladwalader wlwm he met in
dramatic school and married in
1939. also died of cancer, in May
I 972.
Three children survive: Timothy,
24, Cheymey, 22, and Lisa, 20.


longer


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Janet Stiles. Thomusina fliggs
Maudiene Snuth and Charlene
Smith
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and pa funeral pants outfit,
and as nme gowns fhese will
he modelled hi Wendi Sands.


ELSIE SAYS


Psychiatrist: attempts at
forgery of foreign policy
papers from the former
administration : the
International Telephone &
Telegraph Corp. case involving
alleged administration favors;
surreptitious wiretaps: and a
reported suggestion that the
Brookings Institute in
Washington be firebombed-
Mitchell said had the
Presalent found out the truth
about those involved he would
have fired them. Including Jeb
Stuart Magruder the deputy
campaign director. and John
W. Dean 111, then the White
House counsel
Sen. Joseph M. Montoya,
(D-N.M.) took Mitchell back to
the three meetings in January,


discussed with him by
Magruder and G Gordon
Liddy, said to be the author of
the plan. Dean was at the first
two meetings only.
Mitchell said he found
Liddy's plans unacceptable on
all three occasions and
disapproved them The plans
he said, had started at $1
million, then halved and then
halved again.
"Was there any discussion
that he should go back and
scale the plan down?"
Montoya asked.
"No, the discussion was to
the effect that that's what the
individuals who were
participating in that meeting,
certainly Dean and myself, had
in mind," Mitchell said.


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D K SANDS,
Marketing Manager
ghs Wharm Limited
e first Hahaman to
ar plates de :cting the
Bahamas Nat and Flag
b. Namin I' 'us Co.,
a 110 wii It is a great
or wr me en be the first
unun v duplay my
w ily on my car.
specid significance to
that this presentation was
on ni hirthdal
ir Sands can musioned
11 11 len Taylor managing
do car of Namu Plastics Co.,
to design end manufacture
et at car plates for this
n The plate, which is 6
bes by 2 inches and made
plastic. leads depicts the
kd triall th it no ueps
on ours of the new National


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ghs Bahamas
ew Bahaman
ics Compant


u 3 often does one associate
noself with these events?
5 nne experiences are ones
which have a marked
PG ecological affect on a
person while others are not
' cry substantial, but whatever
the experience which one
undergoes, it affects him
whether consciously or
a onsciously.
Such events will he
0 scented at the Dundas Civic
( ntre July 13 and 14 and July
21 and 22 when the
1 liversity Players, one of the
Bahamas' top amateur
amatic groups will present
I rected by Fritz Stubbs and
in McPhee-
We have seen Fritz Stubbs'
d section before in "Five Miles

hi ,F x1Hill P. n
1 and it to be quite good. Fritz
i in no way a stranger to the
< uma world as he has been
w th the Players from its
in option some five years ago
and at their last general
meeting was voted in again as
president Hexin McPhee, a
i nung man who was first seen
in Five miles from Fox Hill, as
the prisoner is trying his hand
at directing for the first time
n th the Players.
Hexin is a student at The
L w York Academy of
Diamatic Arts, and has
anected several plays there.
Now you might add "what is
there to experience about


Wright and the thief played by
I lston Dean. Alter these two
relative topics one cannot
forget the most popular subject
nowadays and that is sex.
The sexual problems of
marital life become tou
pressing for simple housewife,
Charlotte, so she seeks
psychological help from a
well-known 1. nt- lank..r"
Dr. Fish, Charlotte, played 61
Joy Sergant and Lolethe
Saunders is a naive person,
while her husband, Marty
George Collie and Ilexin
McPhee add a touch of logic to
this pathetic situation. Dr.
Fish. \+ho is skillully played by
Andrew Wilson, is furious at
his grandmother, Irma Albury,
for her interruptions during his
interview. Should you wonder

hara ers nity be surp se
Altogether the entertainment
will be at its best and the
- I s.pen, no certainly one to
remember.


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MR. DONALD K. SANDS, Territory Marketing Manager of Burrou
L mited shown above receiving the first order of plates depicting the n
National Flag from Mrs. Helen Taylor, managing director of Nassau Plast
L mated'


comedies, they are onb
laughing matters". naturally
they are but they are also
situations having an overtone
of drama and truth.
SO CONFUSED
Their association of events
are so confused that Hubert,
Played by Farl Lighthourne
and flexing McPhee, and Muriel.
again double-casted with
Ana-Mac Johnson and Dorothy
Knowles, have trouble
remembering each others
names. They confuse the
experiences at the past with
events that have huntl.
occurred, and thoroughly
confuse themselves, and also
do the same to you, if you're
not 'hip'
"Lovers and other
Strangers" is about senility
while the "Militant Minister", a
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By Abigail Van Buren
o tm by Chicage TMun*N. Y. News Synd., lac.
DEAR ABBY: I am a female college student ma-
joring in education of the deaf. I love this kind of work and
ean hardly wait to go into it professionally when I'm fin-
ished.
My parents are very much against my working with
the deaf. They are afraid they will end up with a deaf son








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on the waterfront at East Bay & William Sts.


-- H IG HEST TRA DE POS SI 8LE I


ROBBED OF


4 4 To res ent,
returning home early Monday
morning, had his wallet stolen
from him by two men and a

oP ineeaei adgPa tl s
a.m robbery in which Mr
Jonlaetthanont nky$6hadstol
from him by the trio.
Crawled's wallet with the
money was reportedly stolen
when he was approached by
the two men who held him
down and forced him to
submit to a search whichewas
carried out by their female
partner.
He was, however, allo ved to
go without violence aftel they
took his wallet. reports said


FRED WHITE JUDY ALLEYNE SAM MITCHELL


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in law. Abby, I know my parents love me, and I love them,
too, but ustican't understand their s working with
the deaf. My grades have been outstanding and I have
,:""'dbeenbefferedpaatio afteragradualtion inaa so I
I dread summer vacation because I know my parents
will hassle me about changing to some other line of work. I
would like your opinion. TORN
DEAR TORN: There is a great need for dedicated
young people in the field you chose, and I commend you for
your choice. Stlek to your guns.
DEAR ABBY: I know a woman who is receiving public
assistance illegally. She claims to have no other source of
income, but the truth is she is living with a guy who has
plenty of money and she needs welfare aid like I need
another head.
I have thought about reporting her, but I must admit it
would be because I dislike this woman and the guy she's
living with. I'm afraid if I report her under these circum-
stances my conscience will bother me. What should I do?
NAMELESS" AND PLACELESS, PLEASE
DEAR N AND P: Judge not, that ye be not judged.

DEAR ABBY: Enough of this nonsense about the ef-
fects of the disparity of ages in May-December marriages.
When I was a young man punching cattle in Wyoming,
I remember when a 40-year-old sheepherder married a 10-
year-old girl. He was four times as old as she was.
After they had been married for five years, he was 45,
and she was 15, which made him only three times as old as
she was. When they had been married for 20 years he was
60, and she was 30, which made him only twice as old as

e o 1 ng will they have to be married before they are
ROYRCGENBERG
DEAR ROY: Aw, come on, Roy, you can't pull the wool
over my eyes with that kind of yara. Ten-year-olds aren't
permitted to marry in the U. S. A.
DEAR ABBY: The population of this town is 1,200.
There is to be a wedding here soon. Two hundred and fifty
invitations were sent for the service and reception.
Some of those invited do not know the bride and groom
or their parents very well. Two friends of the bride's moth-
er organized a shower with a guest list of 80 women. Again,
many invited were practically strangers.
The two hostesses of this shower gave telephone lists to
several women, who were supposed to invite the guests by
phone. They agreed to do so.
The night of the shower there hadn't been a single
regret, so 80 women were expected. A hall was rented and
chairs and tables set up, and food and drinks were on
hand for 80. Only 15 women showed up, including the bride-
to-be, her mother, and the hostesses!
I was there, and it was the saddest, most embarrassing
shower I've ever witnessed.
We later learned that the women who accepted the
telephone lists disapproved of this kind of shower. So they
just didn't call anyone. They also didn't bother to tell the
hosth eo ndo re not called said they would have
come. Others said they were glad they were not called.
Regardless of the rights and wrongs of such a shower, who
was responsible for this humiliating event?
AN INTERESTED PARTY
DEAR INTERESTED: Obviously, the women who ac-
cepted the telephone lists and decided not to call anyone,
but failed to advise the hostesses of their decision were
responsible. Shame on them
CONFIDENTIAL TO THOSE WHO WROTE TO THE
EUTHANASIA COUNCIL FOR COPIES OF "A LIVING
WILL": If you have not heard from them, please, please be
patient. They have been inundated with requests for copies.
Thirty thousand additional wills were printed, which were
gone in a few days. In order to handle the mail, extra help
was called in. Finally they had to move to larger headquar-
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Thursday, July 12, 1973.


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H.R.H TOURS

POLICE COLLEGE
HRll the Prince of Wales
went on a 30-minute tour on
Monday of the New Police
College in Oakes Field. along
with Pnine Minister and Mrs.
L O. Pindling and about a
doten unexpected guests
state delegates whose visit
came us a complete surprise to


Minister and 11rs Pindling
arrived at the $893,000 college
promptly at 10 25 a m., having
come directiv trom the
cornerstone-laying ceremony at
the site of the Central Bank on
Fredenck Street
The official party was met
by Police Commissioner
Salathiel IL Thompson and
Supt. Oscar L Burrows.
College Commandant The
Prince was introduced to the
staff helore beginning his tour.
The official party had
toured the administration
block, with its classrooms
auditorium and library, and
had just moved across the
courtyard to the mess hall
canteen, sick buy and officers'
lounges when, at about 10:40,
m drole six cars carrying some
of the delegates from the 52
nations represented at the
independence celebrations.
College staff members were
clearly taken by surprise by the


HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES (Below) is
escorted to lunch at the Halycon Balmoral
Beach Hotel by Speaker of the House of
Ar imeb GA ndg7nC br gh h idn
held on Monday, was hosted by the Speaker
and the President.
PHOTO: Bahamas News Bureau.
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unscheduled visit of the
dignitaries, but, led by ASP
( De p uty Commandant)
Garnett Beneby, they quickly
recovered and took the guests
on a tour of the facilities.
The college, financed by the
Bri b Government, was

th 3eiopened on February


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At PO CO COBOgO

PRINCE CHARLES paid
an official visit of 30 minutes
on Monday to the Royal
Bahamas Police Force
College. Shown in this
iPn erior M t areL nodmnlef

p thePri ience;Chart
Oscar Burrows, commandant
of the college; 5gt. Ivan

ss o o ihc
Police College visit followed
the Prince's laying of the
cornerstone at the Central
Bank in Nassau
(Bahamas News Bureau Photo'






RECOGNIZES




THE FEDERAL Republic of
Germany has recognized the
Bahamas as an independent
state and is prepared to
establish diplomatic relations
within.
In a letter to H.E. the
Governor Sir John Paul. Gustav
W. Heinemann, president of
the Federal Republic of
Germany, said "the German
people welcome the Federation
of the Bahamas as a new
member of the community of

ndetpndenttates
that the Bahamas will render a
valuable contribution towards
preserving peace and freedom
and will provide the family of
nations with a fresh impetus to
seek conciliation.
"It will always he the
endeavour of the Government
of the Federal Republic of
Germany to consolidate and
strengthen the existing bonds
of friendship between the
German and the Bahamian
peoples.
Wanting to Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling. Chancellor
Willy Brandt, Chancellor of the
Federal Republic of Germany
said:
"On the occasion of the da\
of independence of the
Bahamas I extend cordial
congratulation to you nd
yu vernmetnt on belimit of

RI 151 e at lar )yd


will in future he an
independent state
determining its own course in
the family of free nations. I am
confident that cooperation
between our Governments will
serve the welfare of our two
1 nations and enhance their
fiends ip








DAR ES SALAAM, July 12
(AP) President Nyerere of
Tanzania has saluted the
independence of the Bahamas
and said this would enable tte
islands to join the free world as
an independent state.
In a congratulatory telegram
to Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling, Nyerere said the
attainmes reofth nd p edea

right to the people of the
& Bahamas who have suffered
under colonial rule for the past
300 years.


THE PRINCE of Wales
trowels in the first dabs of
wet cement preparatory to

ch nkerdo ai gmtoh n r3
Prince gave a brief speech at
the function before patting in
the cement. WatchingH nid

I e Con cm nC
and Mr. T. B. Donaldson,
chairman of the Bahamas
Monetary Authority.
(Bahamas News Bureau Photo)


"A BAHAMAS NEWS
BUREAU photographer

:,t',HRHctithe Prince of
Sunday game of polo at
Haynes Oval. During the game
remarks by wealthy American
Tom Oxiey angered the
Prince to such an extent he
left his horse to tell Oxiey to
stop the "wisecracks." The
royal outburst made
headlines in the British press.


By MIKE LOTHIAN
HRH PRINCE CHARLES. THE PRINCE OF WALES, took the
State Ball on Tuesday night as another opportunity to prove his
ability to charm the people around him by discarding for a
moment the decorum and sedateness of pace expected of royalty'


and simply enjoying himself.
The hundreds of people
crowded into the Crown
Ballroom in the Paradise Island
liotel fell into expectant
silence when Prince Charles
Invited Mrs Marguerite
Pindling. wife of the Prime
Minister, to Jance with him.
The band began the sort of
slow tune with which one
associates royal dancing.
When the Pace strode onto
the dance floor and, with
expressive gestures, asked the
band to play something faster,
the crowd laughed and


II re le Charles aurdpr ed
Pindhng together demonstrated
the quick litheness which
marks excellent dancers the
audience laughed and clapped
till more, and crowded around
the dance floor
The step the couple dwas

nees I ti < n f abel
CLASH
The dance also brought on a
Clash bet wee n ne ws
photographers and officials
concerned with the Prince's
security.
The photographers were
warned in advance that Prince
Charles and Mrs Pindling
would be dancing and told
they would be allowed on the
lance floor in twos to capture
the scene on tilm.
As they were assured no one
else would be allowed on the
floor at the time, the
photographers were agreeable.
But as the first two
photographers left the floor

tit cl>gettilnge I es trturestha
audience decided to join the
Prince and Mrs. lang.
The photographers, worried
that they would be unable to
get clear shots once the crowd


gathered, dashed onto the floor
and onto the bandstand for
good views.
Several photographers were
ordered off the floor by
security men, and one Fred
Maura of Bahamas Information
Services who was kneeling
on the bandstand, was pulled
over onto his side when a
security man tugged at his
coat.
Other photographers were
angry because they were not
able to get a single good shot
of the Prince and Mrs. Pindling


tB tr n y tthh I
thoroughly, other invited
guests were outside arguing
with Andrew "Dud" Maynard.
master of ceremonies, who
insisted that persons without
tickets could not get into the

hal ell-known building
contractor Arnold Cargill
showed up with two tickets
and six or eight guests. Mr.
Maynard declared the tickets
entitled Mr. Cargill to only two
seats in the ballroom. Mr.
Cargill and his party left
angrily.
The Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper,
president of the Bahamas
Christian Council, arrived with
his wife, but he had forgotten
to bring his tickets. lie was
reft ed admistsjf@ happened to

prominent Baptist minister the
Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown
There were unconfanned
reports that three deterates of
foreign countries officially
rep re se nted at t he
ind n n elebrat no

with their wives, but without
their invitations.
They, too, it is reported,
were turned away by Mr.
Maynard.


STATE CAKE The beauty of a cake (Shown
Top Right) baked for the enjoyment of guests at the
State Ball at the Paradise Islands Hotel's Crown
Baltroom Tuesday night drew the attention of
Governor Sir John Paul, HRH the Prince of Wales.
Lady Paul, Marguerite Pindling and Prime Minister L.
O. Pindling as they entered the ballroom. PHOTO:
Rickey Wells.




thePRINCE CtHAoRn S aSrhownhFlight) 24-bear-olEdlebu etra
Wednesday morning at Rawson Square prior to sailing from
the Bahamas aboard the frigate HMS Minerva. Hundreds of
Bahamian and tourists lined the dockside to see the Prince
off. Saluting with back to camera is assistant commissioner
marine division Lawrence Major. PHOTO: Frederic Maura


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PRIME MINISTER LINDEN PINDLING met U.S. Senator Julian Bond and hiswife,
left, at the Prime Minister's reception in the Nassau Botanic Gardens on Tuesday. Making
the introduction was television journalist Billy Williams, right, of station WZB in Atlanta,
Georgia. Sen. Bond is the youngest U.S. Senator in history. PHOTO: Howard Glass.


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By DONITA ROLLE

- h CsonDdsant
Junkanoo as hundreds of

Na ut dnet the ourf
Independence Day Float
Parades with over 100 floats
taking part.
The parades were a two-day
event which began at 1 p.m on
Independence Day, July 10, at
the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre and followed up
Thompson's Boulevard. turned
off at Poinciana Drive, on to
Wulff Road and Mackey Street,
Bay Street, West Bay Street
and back to the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
On the following day, the
parade began at 3 p.m. on
Arawak Cay. This was its
route: West Bay Street to
Nassau Street south, on to
Poinciana Drive, to Wulff Road,
Mackey Street, Bay Street,
West Bay Street and back to
Arawak Cay.

mi i ndies.bott llcm ligal
were thrown out to the
cheering crowd
Although both days of the
float series portrayed hard
work and creativity, the
spectators expressed more zest
and fervour on the first day.


AN MBRLLAMAEFO HRETe akf


Nova Scotia's float glides
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


DRF 55ED AS GUARDS
no o ago, these two men
a gates of a 1680
Ministry of Home
Prison Dept) second
winner in the

nal ernedern
we Day Parade, on
Photo: Toogoods


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HONOURABLE MI \lln\
la 50. Bahamas
Esociation of Hks: No. 14.
tarrolls Nurseri & Miss
Chippingham: No. I6, Prince
liall liasons: No. 8, Moskos
I urniture: No, b. Nassau Bank
& I rust Co : No. 4. Bahamas
s o, .. s
Pharmacy; No. 54. G. M. &
Son< Co Ud.:No 55. Buhamas
Air Sea Rescue Association: No
25. \hnistry of Education.
All of the winning sponsors
will he awarded scrolls of
placenwnt. All participants will
receI < e certificates
of participation


Genthell I andscapine
Company
110ST Bl \tilH1 &
Al TRA(flV I
1st Prue No 4th Nassa"
Beach Hotel: 2nd Prize No. 43.
11ademoiselle LuL. 3rd Prize
, e n ... n a .
Bahama
BEST D F Pl CH \G
ix CUPATIONAL 1110111
1st Prize No. 2. Balumas
Telecommunications
Corporation: 2nd Prize No,
31, Bahamas Broadcastm?
C orporation: ?r J Prve No 45.
Ministry of Works.
2 **Fr we


\lany of the onlookers BEST DIPICTIN (;
complained that the second 11111 PI \III \( I THEME:
day float were too far apart- 1st Prize No. 3. Freetown
Hecause of this some of the Constituency: 2nd Prite No
... x useto wea e., ... -, .. s .. s o, sea ... .
catch up. However participants Seventh Day Adventists: 3rd
on the G.M. and Sons Agencies Prize No 4[ Land & Surveys
float made things lively with Department
their Calypso beat of "Burma MOST BAllAMIAN IN
Road." and some dance-happy CONCEPT:
boys and girls swung to the Ist Prize No. 9. Bethel
rhythm. Brothers 11orticians: 2nd Prize
Lowes Pharmacy which No. 15. Straw Vendors
depicted a drug store scene. Association: 3rd Prize No. 47


Department of Pul


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added humour when they
shouted out "what's holding
things up? Give the man some
castor oil and let's go." and
"Get your conch juice it 11
make you strong again.
SLOGANS
Several of the floats
employed catchy slogans.
Pedican s Variety Store, which
won first prize for most
beautiful and attractive, read
"If you have the head for
Independence, we have the


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THE U.S. NAVY S world
famous "Blue Angels" flew
over Clifford Park Tuesday
morning in a salute to the
Bahamian flag. The aerobatic
team's exhibition thrilled

P\to t


hats.
The Bahamas Liquor and
Importers Association warned

HCON::. "td Bu
advised, 11..J t o,..0 Please.
The Ministri of fiu.ation

-"d und esn
Treasure.' Including both
inning parade days over one hundred
nesday 110ats entered,
The winners were divided
5200 1 to stor ategories. They were
Arms JULY 10: Float winners
ahamas MOST ORIGINAL FLOAT:
1st Prize No 14 (Joint
d 5150 float): Kelly's Lumber Yard.
L-.au Thompson s Department Store.
0 pri^ Pyfrom's Department Store,
to the Kelly's liardware, Carib Shops,
winning G. R. Sweating & Sons Ltd.
dence. John Bull & Bahamas Iron &
zes of Steel Co. Ltd.
to the 2nd Prize No 20 (Joint
eman. float): City Pharmacy. Nassau
national & Perfume Shops
Flag of 3rd Prize No 23 Chase
Manhattan Bank
n pri BEST D F PICTING
Curri s 1101 I'i \I)1 \ll THEME:
model Ist Prize No. 40. St.
, an Augustine's College: 2nd Prize
unoo No. 54. Roywest Banking
y John Corporation: 3rd Prize No. 57.
Pin wood Gaddel s Lt N IN
castifa (ONCEPT:
Central Ist. Prize No. 49. St.
p Road Barnabas Constituency 'nd

iditt rna in 3r lays Bank
ing to Department of Agriculture &
gs Fisheries
juvenile MOST BEAUTIFUL &
parade. ATTRACTIVE:
ade for Ist. Prize No 19. Pedican s
n tlus Variety Store: 2nd Prize No.
ere not 25. Paradise Island Ltd., 3rd.
lack of Prize No. I1. Bank of Nova
It is Scotia.
BEST DEPICTING
dividual OCCUPATIONAL THEME:
ward of Ist Prize No 2, Bahamas
Bartlett Electricity Corporation: 2nd
y "The Prize No. 4. Her Majesty's
nd was Prisons; 3rd Prize No. 24.
entry C av alie r Co instruction
hich was Company.
Cedric IIONOURABLE MENTION:
received No. 31. Stapledon School
d $125. for Retarded Children: No. 6,
Key to Bimini & West End
Terrence Constituency: No. 37.
fourth Automotive & Industrial
Flamingo Distributors. No. 42, Greek
ed fifth Community & The Order of
and 575 Ahepa: No. 1. Bank of
Montreal; No. 35. Flamingo
prves of Airlines: No. 45. Bahamian
o winners Liquor Importers: No. 28.
pendence Bahamas Red Cross: No. 21,
the New Three Queen's Restaurant: No.
and "The 32, Action Sign & Printing Co.

of $200 JULY 11: Float results
e entries MOST ORIGINAL FLOAT:
Flag and 1st. Prize No. 49. Maura
"Fish." Lumber Yard; 2nd Prize No.
"Fringed 38, Bahamas World Airlines:
3rd. Prize No. 26, (Joint float),


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I he h:gh!< olour!ul crepe
ind thru pay pectacular,
which see led man impressive
with its he rows stanons 01
bids. :A .0wars and
ather undres was newed bi
wieral thousands <\ho lammed
But Street and other places
long the new parade route.
Receiving the top award of
5 L000 we the I repigas
nored thos who
took the lead our seleral other
staups that wea also awarded
prue mone
I he\ in:Lided the Vikulgs
gr up hi Cit Markets and the
non group sponsored b\
Hahand Hiers as ,and and and and received
lift and 500 ach
respyelibe!>
Pinlet 1 a:ai i ph rs, Ith
id ups receited
SMU and each with
walate 0 $75 each

man Han k
lini
Pre ent of the bnhant
pageant a harmonious
blending a !!ond equine
and other <4 birds sea
creatures and repules. its
Pu mp 111nuter Laden
Pindling who took time to talk
wnh well-wishers in the crowd.
Pace ( barles, although
wheduled to attend the parade,
unable to do so after
a participating in activities earner
that evenin?
Also pan ipating in the
adult suchen of the per ide
were or nhers of the Hest
Indian conununiti, entered bi
Bishop a Hank and frust The
group milbed the Innidadian
stee! pans Mr music and it gave
off a mellow ound. adding to
the pre dawn undence heard
along the new route lhe
new route. implemented after
the practicahts of the parade
being held sole!\ on Ba.\ Street
had been questioned bi
numerous persons last year,
had the groups moving along
Bay Street. Into Frederick. east
along Shirley and back onto
Ba\ trom I ast Street
Winners in the adult
e Bahamas individuals category were, the
oup placed Bahamas Blenders design."The
dependence Rising Sun," which placed first
d on a base and won S300. second was
"Jungle Flamingo" by Tropigas


ivinch was awarded $250
went to the Cout of
design also entered by B
Blender'
I ugene Bnce receive
for lus versmij of the "
Straw Market and 510
money was awarded
fifth adult individual
entry. "llappi Indepen
Five consolation pri
550 each were given
entries "The Polic
"National Hower". "N
Anthem," and "The
Independence
The other consolutio
entries were John
Coat of Arms.' the
ship, "Santa Maria
abstract Pretiv Junk
and "Strail Market, b
Bow^ 1 OUR GROLPS

Four groups li
Lumber Yard. $500,
Food Fair. 5400 Kem

I al ende (30, and
received 5200. accord
their entri placin
participated in the
categort of the
Provision had been m
consolation prizes i
category, but they w
awarded because of the
juvenile entrants.
understood.
In the luvenile in
categor\. the top a
5175 went to Gregor\
for his winning entr
Santa Maria. seco
Wilbert Sweeting s
"Fishing at Bimins, w
awarded 5150.
Adderley's "furtle"
third place rating an
The entry. "The
Independence" by
Delaney was judged
runner-up, with the "
tn Andy Sargeant rat
They received 5100
respectively
Four consolution
S40 each were given t
of the entries "Inde
Flag." "The Old and
Flag." "The Sunfish"
Blue Marlin.
Consolation prizes
was awarded to th
"The Fisherman". "
Conch Shell.
"Indians and
Costume.


A FLOAT LOAD OF BEAUTIES from Pedicans Variety Store wave to the crowd
during Tuesday's independence parade. They came first in most beautiful and attractive
division.Photo: Rickey Wells.

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MR. TIMOTHY GIBSON, composer of the new Miamas National Anthem h on
Bahamaland," proudly displays his award presented to him at the Youth Rally by HRH
Prince Charles. Standing behind Mr. Gibson from left to right are: Mr. Livingston
Coakley, Minister of Education and Culture; Mr. Sincisir Outten M.P., Mr. Edmund
Moxey MP; HRH Prince Charles and Mrs. Timothy Gibson.PHOTO: Rickey Wells.


7- =. 7 **R .
Pv e '-
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FOOT PROPELLED this winning design of th
Coat of Arms, chosen from the Bahamas Blenders gr
third m the adult individual section of the ind
Junka 0am.de The entry, large in size, was mounted
and roll do any the street. PHOTO: Rickey Wells


Ghr Grthur


& Over 100 floats displayed through town


in IMIepe0(180Ce float parade


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DANC OFTESAEoeoftepnrmcsqene ntec ua


AS FLAG COMES DOWN HRH Prince Charles, the
Prwee of Wales, salutes as the Union Jack came down for
the last time at Clifford Park at midnight July 9, to be
replaced one minute later by the black, gold and
aquamarine Bahamian flag. At right are Governor Sir John
Paul and Lady Paul and Prime Minister Lynden Pindling
and Mrs Pindling. PHOTO: Howard Glass.


THE UNION JACK IS LOWERED for the last time
minutes before midnight Monday at Clifford Park.
Officiating at the ceremony were sergeants Irving
Taylor and Alfred Williams. The lowered flag was
folded in military fashion by the two police officers,
presented to a detachment of Royal Marines, and -- ...
carried off the field. In the back the Royal Bahamas
Police band plays the British national anthem. Photo: .. ,
Rickey Wells. '1~ P 4.. e
suggage


THIS ABSTR AC T
PATTE RN of exploding
fireworks showers down over
Ft. Charlotte and the 50
thousand Bahamians and
visitors attending the
flag-raising ceremonies at
Clifford Park midnight
Monday. The display
continued for nearly half an
hour. Photo: Toogoods.


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PROUD NEW FLAG
PROUD NEW FLAG
caught by a stiff breeze, the
Bahamian flag, which had
hung still the night before,
unfurled to its full size
Tuesday morning during the
ceremony marking the
handing over of the Bahamas
Constitutional instruments by
Her Majesty's representative,
Prince Charles. The royal
party took its place under
presentation had been made
on the large stage erected at
the northern end of Clifford
Park. Photo: Toogoods.


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THE ROYAL BAHAMAS
Marine Division march
smartly past the pavilion at
Cilfford Park Monday night
where Prince Charles and the
representatives of 52 nations
were gathered for the raising
of the Bahamian flag. Others
taking part in the march past
were men and women of the
police force, members of the
fire brigade, the British
Legion and sailors and
marines from the frigate HMS
Minerva, which brought
Prince Charles to the
Bahamas.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


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RAID


TARGET


12-02.


CAN


FRANICO AIMERICAN


PEFRUIT JU
STOKL
7 GRAPEFRUIT


6


PIEACH ES ......... 69 ....


if'& GREEN GIANT GIBLETS
CORN


2= 7 9 4


5


10 OZ BIRO EYE
BRUSSEL SPROUTS .55
6 01 MINUTE MAID
ORANGE JUICE 2ron.78
0 S 2 ton.78
war monous
CREAMPIES 2ton.99


2-LB,


3


TIDE GIANT SIZE


TANG


II S CHOICE
DELMONICO STEAKSta2.38
we att MEAT on
DINNER FRANKS 1.09
W 0 HICKORY SWEET
BACON 1.19
W 0
BOLOGNA e .99


us notes
CHUCK ROAST e .99
II S CHOICE
RIB ROAST e1.79
US CHOICE
RIB STEAK e 1.89


LIBBYS
FRUIT COCKTAIL


2 ONZ.


LEMONS........... 10 FO0 .99


EYS


QUARTS KRAFT SECTION
GRAPEFRUITS 1.28
12 OZ WINN OillE
PIMENTO CHEESE .99
stacu ous
GRAPE PUNCH 1.49


KOOL POPS


WESSON OIL


ORE IDA HASH BROWN


IRISH SPRIMS
BATH SOAP

5-02,
BARS
99


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IED SECT

CARS FOR SALE FOR SME
C10469 C10457
1970 PLYMOUTH SPORT RECORD PLAYER and radio
SATELITE, airconditioned, for sale. Asking $85. Phone
radio. Excellent condition. 22507 from 9-5 ask for Miller
$2775. Phone 34527-28293. C1047
5
C10294 1970 AUSTIN MORRIS MINI
1972 FIAT 124 station wagon, MARE. 51000.00 o.n.o. Call
4,000 miles. Phone 3-2149 7-7885.

af ler 69.m. ON4@BIKE kick start.
CORTINA 15,000 miles, Excellent condition. Owner
registered April 1971, one leaving.Phone41326.
English driver, excellent
c on diti on, maintained MARINE SUPPLIES
regardless of expense, $1,200. C10350
kend7s.7530 evenings or PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C10474
1 9 6 7 CHR Y SLER C10498
AUT MAra o. N for 29 sh r NrinaCRPh SeER12

nerrefu e good f200 a C10355
7-7885. BROADWATER 25' Straight
C10454 Drive Cruiser, 225 h.p.
Chrysler. Contact Smith
5-8311.
at- C10496
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED
T(DAY'S Dist. e
SPECIAL BUY 28' BRR M3 3CHT
1968 CAOILLAC This yacht is for sale with
delivery in August ofthisyear.
FLEETWOOD Therielaarbeleno hmuYachts
LIMOUSINE considerable waiting period
and this flybridge cruiser is

Al v a e onia n ailab en duep e son I
circumstances of a customer.
1969 ROVER 2000- Basis price $28,20690 includes


:(:gg-H O duty.
SUBURBAN-whitee $3500. C10460
1969 FORD ESCORT- NO PROPERTY at Grand
blue, 2 door $750 Bahama, owned by the late
1969 DATSUN S/W- Milton Martin, can be sold
stick shift, red $800 without our authority.
1970 PLYMOUTH VICTORY McKINNEY
BARRACUDA-- red, LUCILLE ANDERSON.
automatic $2500
1972 DODGE AVENGER C10491
G.L.- good buy $2350 NOTICE
1971 DODGE AVENGER-- Goods left over 30days will be
bargain, automatic $1500 sold. Nassau Bicycle Company
1970 FIAT 124- Limited.
stick shift $700 "" "
1969 FORD GALAXIE- C10488
blue, automatic, radio $100 BILL'S REAL ESTATE
1967MERCURYCOUGAR AGENCY tLTD. Extends Best
greenV8,automatic $1000. Wishestoa1.
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA.. As we take our mdividual
u6e4 cNkCsh tN $2250 as mayawe t de
CONTINENTAL-white, for Guidance, Peace, Liberty
nice interior $400 and Prosperity.
1971 DODGE AVENGER_ e Ihoeok focwasred sesrviengdy

9 6T D8S BILE $1015500 ds ov ncEstatned b hmi
cFondi8oCnORTINA The first ten persons
stick shift, white $1850 purchasing property through
' 1971 FORD CORTINA our office beginning July 12th,
SEDAN -stick will be presented with a lasting
shift, green $2500 and useful gift value at $40.00.
Call us today for appointments
1970 T IUMiPtH 1100- $1000. at 23921.

w t1eVaEGoAmS $2500 PUBLIC AUCTION

FINANCING AVAILABLE CITA RY D. MALONE will
Comeandseeus sell at his premises on Albury
Oakes Field near Lane, situate five (5) doors
Police Barracks from Shirley Street, on the
Phone 3-4711 right hand side on Friday the
20th day of July A.D., 1973
C10410 at 12:00 o'clock Noon the
ISLAND MOTOR following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
COMPANY1970LTD. lot of land situated in the
1971 VIVA 2 Dr. Western District of the
l Auto. Green $1695 Island of New Providence
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA- and bounded NORTHWEST-
2 Dr. Auto. Blue $1795 WARDLY by Farrington
1968 PONTIAC STRATO Road and running thereon
CHIEF Yellow $1400 Seventy-seven and Twenty
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER Hundredths (77.20)- feet
4 Dr. Auto. White $995 NORTHEASTWARDLY by
1968 JAVELIN- A/C $1200 land the property of the
1972 VAUXHALL VICT$2R50 nof Se beerteSmith and
1967 TRIUMPH 1300. hundred and Fifty-three and
Red Std. $800 Sixty-four Hundredths
. 1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR ( 1 5 3 6 4 ) feet
4 Dr. S/W Yellow $475 EASTWARDLY by land the
1973 VICTOR S/W F.E.. property of t he
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400 Estate of Sephet Smith and
, 1970 FORD CAPRI running thereon sixty-nine
Automatic Blue $1595 and Thirty Six Hundredths
1970 RAMBLER SST- (69.36) feet and
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100 SOUTHWARDLY by land


1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU S.S the property of Louise
Auto A/C $2700 Whylly and running thereon
1971 MERCURY Two Hundred and Eight and
A/C 4 Dr., Maquis $5500 Thirteen Hundredths
f 1970 TRIUMPH 1300 $1450 (208.13) feet.
e 1968 HILLMAN- Mortgage dated 8th January,
e 1971 FORD CAPRI A. D., 1962, Bahamas Estates
l Auto, Blue $1950 Limited to The Honourable Sir
1968 VAUXHALL $895 George William Kelly Roberts.
VICTOR STD.- Recorded in Volume 482 at
pages 306 to 311.
, Trade-ins Welcomed The Sale is subject to a
. Located Oakes Field reserve price and to the right
e Opposite Ice Plant for the Auctioneer or any
0 Phone-34636-7-8. persononhisbehalftobidup
to that price.
- rAB Terms: 10% of the purchase
h Equ price at the time of the sale
r and the balance on completion.
L CI G ROOM and Dining A. TED2.his2nddayofJuly
Room f furniture, vacuum HARRY D. MALONE
cleaner, bicycles, stereo etc. Public Auctioneer.
Call 42537.
C10404
o HEAVY DUTY Commercial
m Carpeting. Rust Tweed. Va price C10419
d $6.00 per yard. 12 x 15, 12 x SALESMAN 10 years
t 14, 15 x 6, 12 x 8. Spectrum II experience. Hard working,
e Interiors, 3-4068. honest and reliable. Phone
51828.
C10473
d BR OT HER C ON SOLE C10467BABYSITTING
f CABINET, ZIGZAG SEWING
, MACHINE $250.00. Call 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
7-7885. Phone 5-2439


d CLASSIC

REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE


C10423
.4 FOR SALE B
a ON THE WATE R'S EDGE B
OUT LAST L H
d
PARADISi "
p
family ha tour b n 3
R
baths plus
sun pe:Ch he hd Y
SK -F!5Hd NI[1

41497
L
C10344
L
FO0 5
BY CT
House n I hat.I ?
0
id{noq< tch
and carport, util tv r 1
F
? -. 2 lots of and b
b

OC 1plot I III
C
. HEPBURN. (LEFT) r < onea
Unusual opportune
his year telephone 2 172
e
hed a campaign to raise $4,000 C104
OUT I 51 c
LOCATION 2
first meal over the past years baths, song a c

til St"tuonsti< llhe sent > er lose groun i
Box ll 5 Nassau nO ejAND C 0 l
The camp is also in need of a family p near ?
refrigerator. hooks and sports Has 3 bedroom
equipment sitting, dn n
Furnish
CORNER H US

BAY L 3 n
large on
a 550 (300 nr

cil of Y
chard C. Demeritte, the "Y" DI AlmS
nted to the World Council of
July 26. 1973. C10365
CHOIC COM
full time professionals. 100 SITE, Madeira Steer 90:
volunteers. partime help for bank, offices, howr ou
and facitities t ha t etc. 2 storcy building a t
include a 25 Meter Olympic large spacious builde
Swimming Pool, 10 acres of $95.700 Call 5 If,?
Playing Fields, a Programme
Centre with capability for all C104B!
BLAIR ESTATE
manner of activity, along will FOR SALE BY OWNER
an outdoor Games (ourt. 3 bed m 2 Dath
The vacA is starting up an dining morn. annily anon
Outreach Programme which aircomminnea fun, turn d
wil serve the residents of the Mrge dchen on, 2 pn, a
outlying areas on Grand corport laundr moniw'h.
881 d I wade: Walled a Labrapot
formal, anexl Opiannn nt ws go dens ith gah F sh viate
facilities to include a $52500 00 Phone 32675 a
gymnasium, showers, lockers 31263
and earcise areas. C10420

a < into meri 1 laend hitso WOODLAF F VI LA E
World councill meeting, hate two corner has twn a
(seen active in the YMCA tor lots Fruited 20 x 40 PonL
about one year, and in the last PATIO Are for two <.0
six months many honours how servants qu tors, weeksh
come the President's way. 110 generator, Lanna An
recently was appointed to the water problems as THRE
National Council of YMCA's of BEDROOMS HAT H
tr deth ted States.8 hich As ingt, $8'2E^ 33, n,
in the States and includes the 41197.
Bahamas. Mr. Demeritte in CIC.435
heing appointed took part in a JEDROOM,2BATHS un
the National Council meeting room. dining ?000, bro
lield in Chicago. and has also on m, aen boo
participated in the Financial rnished. aut oniti an.
VHlage Road Mu
Deve pment Works apshil ki available $55.000 00
.
ennessee. 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH,
As the Deputy Treasureral living room, day
the Babumas Government, Mr. family Icom. Cor port
nemenue was also able to laid pano, noden,
his expertise in the area of furnished
fiscal management during the $45,000 00
year 1972 when he served as
Treasurer of the YM( A 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS.
in addition to attention (11. 1 com din
H inconditioned, put i 9
h'orkl (louncil meeting, where furnished Mortgage avabb
N itio 11 FI g IPthtt abatt < News East $39 000 00
to the World Body in a special 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS.
ceremony. Mr. Demeritte and room, dining 1
his wife will also be visiting >om Large int.
Ethiopia. Kenya, and Egipt sepairs N.usan
where they will meet with 533,000.00
government officials and how
the opportunity to see the 2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH
YMCA in action in other livi g d orng rno
put o L1tra Mt
developing nations. The VM( A 528.000 00 Unforms d
in I thiopia for example, has good bov.
about 60 operating units anti
"orks very closely with the 13 UNIT APARTMENT
Government in providing BUILDING, 10 two bedr<
services that improve the 3 one bedroom fur nb
quality of life for all. laundry room L\two lot
pakng Askiny $280.000
INDEPENDENCE SERVICE All rented
AT MARY STAR 12 APARTMENTS 8 st"


parking lot. good conun I
area, round intestinent A Una
SUN 1) A Y. July 8 $350,000.00.
Independence Sunday, was
observed at Mary Star of the COMMERCIAL BUILDING
Sea Catholic Church, Freeport. CENTREVILLE Has 3 <
with the continuance of the lease 5850.00 a man h
novena or nine days of prayer Asking 578,000 00
which ended on July 10. The
"act of consecration" of the LOTNIN HIGH VIS As.
new nation, and benediction of $5,000.00
the most blessed sacrament
were given at all the masses. 2 LOTS IN CORAL
^<,ae n.so mass..a, new HARBOUR A good buv.
flag of the Bahamas was LOT IN NASSAU EAST. Only
presented to the pastor, Father $6,000.00
Brendan. O.S.B., by Mrs. Sheila
Glinton of the independence IF YOU WANT TO RELL
secretariat office in Freeport. YOUR HOUSE OR LOT LIST
The new flag occupied a TUSI ETSHS. US, WE MEAN
position of prominence in the
sanctuary with a bouquet of NASSAU REAL ESTATE
flowers in front of it, the gift Phone 59600 (day)
of Mr. and Mrs. Kendal 41584 (nite)
Nottage. F O. Box N884, Nassav.


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aymnt frm 80 al Pt os








uthe; iirrfor ihd at 14 r cme t
the Model House, in om
cunatiaw Bec Easttes. T


'$ hy10rly 5-5800Trs


'Iged DIAiL 22305. 2230 pe
10449 ~ ~Tlpoe50


aliqthroom, house. iChableBech



Houe i Hihlad Park -

i, litrr; jo lehn ktbc vige


rpetf andm dhrapes, complete
,lurcntfllhed. Iargepaice nudit
andsguta ds.< tifruiittres ca


untur nished. $200 per month
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH hom
thgh Vista furnished.$30
per month,
I BEDROOM CONDOMIN
IUM Love Beach wit
swimming pool. $300 pe
in"RthALL YOUR RENTA
INQUIRIES CONTACT:
McPherson & Brown
Telephone 2-2680 2-2683
C10494
REGINNING the 31st July tw
bedroom and one bedroom
unf urnished apartments Boy
Subdivision for rent Jus
completed, New. Telephon
28032 3-6516.
C10437
Two bedroom partly furnish
apartment, Fastern End o
Lancaster Street, Shirlea
Inquire apt. next door.


ENTIRELY NE W DEC



04 is gall golill I Ill CIWIIIS
Continuous dancing except Thursdays
from 10 p.m. until
Cantonese Dining, Tasty Snacks from 7 p.m.
NO COVER, NO MINIMUM
BRITANNIA BEACH HOTEL PARADISE


the camp, run hv the Star
of the Bahamas Charity Guide,
will be opened for boys frmn

ill Ityo28 uag t .girls
Bahamas Charity Guide has
sponsored a boy's and girl's
camp at Whale Cay in the
Berry Islands every year since
1950 and has taken an average

m ch2 children to the
"At the modest cost of 525
per head. a child desperately in
needi f cal lii
Elepburn.
For many it lias proved a
landmark in physical and moral
development, coming as it does
at the most formative time of
life
Donors will have the
pleasure of knowing that for
every 525. a child could have it
fortitight's holiday of unmense


as re e
frOM tiredneSS
and discomfort
If you often feel tired and
Unco lodurselfc ts birr to
quote'flushing of impurities
from the body. Ths condttor'
m De relse dP th Do as
n re the


ratiestobelpyou
(qel better.
Dodd'sPills
For relief from
tiredness and
discomfort.


(FGAMERLY THE MARLBOROUGH ARMS)

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5:30p.m. 6:30p.m.

ON FRIDAY, JULY 13 1973


COMPLIMENTARY BEEFEATER DRINKS

& HORS D'OEUVRES WILL BE SERVED
(AH other highball drinks $1.00)


iMEARED j


Thursday, July 12, 1973.


ene it in the future "

larstahr 11 intie1d I
( bristic Over the past 22 \cars
of existence t has received
more than 4 000 Hahanuar


in ster
Em 8 el that

the clil l burnlntt Ttt ational
donatedmover ll <\0iti iblest

children with spiritual food,
and Kentucky Fried Chicken
has provided then vith the


a a


a

Spp010ted 10 World Coun
FREEPORT The Grand Bahama YMCA has announced that R
President and Chairman of its board of directors, has been appoi


YMCA's which will be meeting in
Representatives from the Mb
countries where the Y11CA '"
active will be attending to
make pulley decisions on
matters of an Internatinal
( oncern
Although the YMCA in the
Bahamus is a young
organvation, starting m
Freeport an the early part or
1966, the "Y" has been
remainmn, some 130 years
having been founded in
on nilVill rigland MI H'h I

the YMCA started out as an
evangelistle movement willy
its primary concern the
development th


the Mind, and the
men, women, boys
adding up to the b
Christian personaliti
society based on
.eleul s.


Kampa~la Uganda July 17 through


I ri lb i f its
Body of amelopinent, the "Y"has been
and girl an innovator, having developed
uilding of the game of Basketballin 1802
es, and a at Springlield College under
( bristian the uidance of Dr. Mines

isinjit< li kileyl>qui s clh st

YMCA(ki sident Camping at
(amp cl.
The "1 films also helpollite
8"
organizations like the Hot
Scouts, bi providing lay
leadership in its formative
stages the Toastmasters
OR International, Learn-to-Swini
Progranunes all over the world,
1 1
allelillirue mucilla nas, the
.,
us grown ... an
organvation of about 100
inembers meets in an office
with a concept and a lot of
enthusiasm, to the present with
an operating budget ut
5120.000 annually 1,600
ISLAND members, am\additioral 2,000
progranune participants, three


Ehr Grthune


LAST YEAR'S WHALE CAY CAMPERS WITH THEIR SUPERVISOR, REV. PRINCE A


9
Whale Cay camp needs $4 000 t

REV. PRINCE A. HEPBURN and Mr. Percy Christie, supervisors of the Whale Cay Camp, have launc
to send 200 underprivileged children to camp for a two-week holiday.


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HELP WANTED :_ TRADE SERVICES I


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sequ ed for Bo
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TRADE SERVICES


Pinder a CMS#0MS


ankey neet
& Ru evelt Avenue
Ass/1U. HAHAMAS
1 n no N3714
v UU TY I RUCKIN
PK UK I RENTAL
\HILAL I IANDLIN
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LF tbRANCE
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Mela n MMac KPERIENCE: 10
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

DeOaNrtTr AnC LBaha Pe rsonn
Corn n ,Gr ndOBa maF~-100,

C6080
TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN
required. Minimum of 7 years
experience, knowledge of
telephone installation, lA key
equipment and central office
repair and maintenance. Must
be able to work on his own.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,

"f5 MAENDPERSGORNANND
OFFICE, between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
-
C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR)MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION-
Good basic education
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background*
M IMUM EXPERIENCE:

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
011 mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.


C10363
NY PATIO AWNINGS AND
( REPORTS
rs HURRICANE
dy AWNINGS Ski
1 PANELS UTTERS,

di S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and promp
ervicecall28421.

%"AND T.V. SERVICE
VC f 5t eetcan rely on
\[ Ar enn s rv es Boosters
P care 2 o8d O BoSxMN327

830to5:30.

C10352
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
G Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe, 5-9404 WORLD OF
G MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Fr ank's Place.
19416
CUSTOM DESIGN
to your specifications at
ECONOMY PRICES
CAVALIER
CONSTRUCTION
Phone:3-5171,3-6011
D. A. HUDSON
n VARCO-PRUDEN
METALBUILDINGSYSTEMs
l)/ trilutted world wide in
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INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Crand Rahama.

C6081
CAREER OPPORTUNITY

"o?"' /ne5. wu ns?
growing Bahamian Company.
Apl wiarng eq enrneet the
Age 20 40 years, reliable
transportation
Basic High School Education
Three reliable character
references.
For appointment call:
352-723 9 A.M 5FP Lo

GUOA B XAN-62N1 FROEPOTRD

C10358
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
seve er adici c r Chanrttsert

their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be

xc lic th sh;$,
Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co.. P. O. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Rahamas.
C6083
SOUS CHEF (Assistant Chef)
for 400 room hotel. Successful
applicant will be responsible
for supervising the whole
kitchen brigade including
stewards, organize banquets
and control food cost. Must
have at least 4 years previous
periencee in lahge hotel |
substitute for the Executive
Chef on days off.
CHEF PATISSIER for 400
room hotel. Successful
applicant will be
for the supervising and
production of bread and
pastries and organizing staff.
Must have previous experience
as Chef Patissier in large hotel
and must be excellent
decorator with ability to
produce show pieces in 'drawn
sugar and icing'.
BAKER & PASTRY COOK for
400 room hotel. Successful
applicant will be responsible
for preparation of all pastries
and must be good baker and
pastry cook with at least 5
years experience in similar
position. Will be expected to
relieve the baker on days off.
CHEF TOURNAMENT (Relief
Cook) for 400 room hotel.
Successful applicant must have
experience of 5 years in
continental cookery and must
be able to prepare continental
dishes. Will be expected to
replace the Chef de Parties on
days off, such as Sauce Cook,
Garde Manger and Vegetable

Relative to the foregoing, only
Bahamians need apply: with
current police and medical

as andCo aod worrk
anncaenett, ion Assistoad
for an interview


C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN VARD &
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUC Ul ON
Good basic education
Experience in quarry
excavating and mining and raw
material handling.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE. 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI TIES
Supervise activities of a
limestone quarry and crusher
including loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
cr usher, 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, Baharna Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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C10453
YOUNG BAHAMIAN SALES
EXECUTIVE with working
knowledge of Spanish recently
returned from long absence
abroad, requires responsible
rsi7tionor wi rgeinte national
gan at ohno Ma4 be c6onta ed
Box 5751, Nassau.

IN MEMORIAM

Cn1004vTg memory of our dear
brother Huberth sa f J

1972has solved it Life's
wonderfulproblem
The deepest, the strangest, the
Iast,
And into the school of the
angels
With the answer forever has
passed.
Sadly missed by 5 sisters, I
brother, father, w fe and 6
children
C10493




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In sad but loving memory of
my dear husband Benjamin
Rolle who departed this IIfe
fuly 11th 1964,
God takes the best for reasons
divine
But memories la'st until the end
of tirne
Sadly missed by his wife Elsie,
four children, mother, one
sister, three brothers and a host
of relatives and f friends.


HELP MNTED

D QU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted to
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
Our new Bahamas? Then

cT sideRar rlychildcaree fie

Co w g st f: seeking the

a) Women, 25/35 to live in
and care for children 2 to
years old. Nursery or
helpdcare experience


C10367
JOB TI TLE: (EIGHT
GENE RAL REPAIR MAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education Cond
Cement Plant mechaniu
background
M IN MUSM EXPE RIL NCF

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILiTIES

','' adj ps arid r < ft

nt non f l prnent

NTF RESTED APPLICAN

POp tnrt Tiddhan in rs inu
Company. P. O. Box 0 100
E report, Grand Rman

C104bb
LAND SURVEYOR required
by the Nassau Engineering Co
Ltd Suitable qualditation
desuable but person with good
experience and r recommend
t on only considered The work
e s riPngam yo sla
where all hving expenses are
paid Cenerous salary, free
medual sohorne, and
pernunent staff position to
conscientious person
Telephone 22557
appointment.


L104<8
SECRETARY with
English and comp<>
know shorthand or
Permanent puttau
3 .211-2
C 036

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MNIMUM E UR T IC
MINIMUM EXPERIE MF
least 5 years turnout pl
chem stry exper
DUT ES RESPONSE 0 L
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uppsoon and
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chipment.
INTERESTED 71[
CONTACT T: P
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Cornoony, P. O 0
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C10366
JOB TITLE : SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent.


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C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER --
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
eMju eU% EXPERIENCE: 2-3
yD IES/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
defr ard9whent quanti% on

F-oTrd nt APP CN
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
paintingetc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

DeOaNtTmAnCOBahaPersonn
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C6082
C AR EER OPPORTUNITY
FOR THE RIGHT MAN WHO
WANTS TO SUCCEED WITH
FAST GROWING BAHAMIAN
COMPANv


(( A Hiig School Eiducation
sales experience
(3) Three years experience in
supervising salesmen
(4) And you are in possession
of a licence to sell insurance
Then call or write to The
Family3Gua7r2d an InPs. Co Ltd,


FS 17, Freeport.
JOB TITLE- SECRETARY
TREASURER
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be
skilled in reviewing legal
documents, agreements and
contracts. Must be skilled in
international accounting
methods including audits
Letters of Credit
Documentation and foreign
ec angetransfers.Musth cra

experience in a position of
related responsibility. Must be
bondab0, of high moral
character and provide written
references attesting to past
experienceandcharacter
interested applicants contact:
LUBRIZOL INTERNATION-
AL S.A., P. O. Box F-2481,
Freeport.

C10367

GOBERATLqEP IRMAENGHT)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
5-10years.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

aspects, adjrepair d opi/1 r
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT

CDOpN TmA CtT Baha Pae rson r eit
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C6034
JOB TiTLE: PAlNTER
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate
eM 1 M EXPERIENCE
510years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steepit
Jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating one
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTAC T: Pe rson to
Department, Bahania Cement
Company. P O. Box F-100
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
C6070

NE POWER HOUR
MINIMUM E DUCATi ON

< ledgeba C chica or'
electronic and pnoumatic
conhols. Good Power Plant
operations and meintenant
knowledge
"- MUM EXPERIENCE: 35
yea


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C6086
Gdenerindireiqdui dmin em
25 years of age with family
responsibilities. Must have
previous knowledge of
landscape maintenance, able to
operate all lawn maintenance
equipment including farm
tractor and able to follow
written instructions. Forty-two
hour week. Saturday, Sunday
and Holiday work required as
needed. Bahamians only need


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60 [>
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
fOREMAN YARD &
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience quarry
excavating and mining and raw
ater n RIENCE: 3-5

TIES RESPONSIBILITIES:
per acti itiesd c shea
ncluding loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, haulingto
ci n or 1ill copSo t veyi
crushed [mestone and sand to
storage ULos by beltacon eyor


Yopes mf tacc o id
conveyor to transport to
storagesilosandoverallgoneral
av v of theA LdCCAew-

CONTACT : Pe rsonnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company. P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

CGO85
GOLF CART MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR required,
Will be n charge of
End ten ast oe ltdichao

minimum of 3 years experience
war king on automobiles or
other machinery and should
have a knowledge of body
repair work
Apply to. Bahama Reef
Development Company, P. O.
Box F-241. F reeport. G.B.1 .


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
basis, turn activities including
operations and maintenance of
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.
e eee t Ibino6 eneratoWs ated
M.W. and 12.5 M.W. and
accessories.

INTERESTED APPLIC
CONTACT: PersoANeT
Department BahaBox Ce 0

Freeport, GGrand Bahama.


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DUT 5 RE5PONSSIBilLITIE

be tu v sterr n
Pows at personne engaged

bno me a truha
cementplant Prtrnaryfacinties

inoct 1 be as aTi 3ace sirTs0
Three Turbine generators rated
respectively, G.0 U.h., 7.5
nor< 12 5 M.v:. anti
WINTER 5 1PPUCANT
CONT I PC son,
Departne tp Baha a CE 10(1

Freepor t, UG:a U Ba 3
C6071 *
FOR TITLE
(FOUR)MILLV.RIGas
MINIMUM LHUCATION
Good bout educatt,
education Gouo a nont Plan
mechanical tn4gra d
FAINIMUqY E
DUTIES M SPONEHOU HE S
Inspects, r open Ieplace
ulstails, adjusts ad naint,
all mecharacal ownpment in a
cement manu'a
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT Pe r5unHPI
Department. Bahama Cemerit
Company. P. O Box F -100
Freeport, Grand Bahama
C10487
CHART F 0 L [ O
CERTIFIED ALLOUNTAPJ
required for base pr 3faironal
practice in Bl. RMUDA Goo salar v corruensurate up,
experserice Ra vvr it, glany
age, quabbations and mous
career to P O B 14 /S
Hamiltog or
r rnuda.

C10472
LAUNDRY WOMAN to live sn.
Duties include. Wash, trun,
took and keep yard Her $30
weekly plus food and board
Write: Mr. Ornean Mass. Fo>
Hill Post Office.


b)Mature


c)


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Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have Iri
ce rcaetuT r dnsi M osnt b
willing to live in,


inspection
entire plant
INTERESTi
CONTAE
Department,
Company, I
Freeport G


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Only Bahamians win be
considered.Applyinwriting
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children. Box N1413
Nassau.


JOB
CH

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said a

MINIMU F 911
years in <
DUTIES HE 5 QMB
Supervise nu we s
field moniten e of
cement plant

INTE RES Ti U AP
CONTAL T E
Department By a
Company. P. O Ho
Freeport, Laund I un
CG079
JOB TI TLI I /Pl
PURCHARIFML &
MINIMUM 1 HU
4
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MINIMUM E XPE 10(
years
DUTIES'Ri BPONSi
Reviews at
correctnew; costs to
to Karde< eard
values; posts charg

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rdeir card vb{ t<
re-order point
INTERESTED AP
CONTACT: P
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report. Grand Baha


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1. suent soac as.s. to)
9. Make goopd. (8)
li tablbee er (AI
12 Baser. (4)
altno sta\ players (3)
a stna aeoln Geramany. (4)
st eo (S)
srs Gown. ( )
all Plas (4)
Down
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place. (4)
6 Optic (3)
7 Quick run. (6)
8 seashore feature. to
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16 Mot or

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J UD GEPARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS
*
SAM, I I SUPPOSE FO! HE SEEMS DO YOU THINK IT'S CERTAINLY POSSIBLE, BETSY!
LOVE YOU...THAT'S WRY I DON'T TO KNOW EVERY MOVE I HE MAY HAVE WHY DON T YOU CALL KATHERINE,
WANT YOU INVOLVED IN MY MAKE...WHEREIGO... GOTTEN IN AND ASK WHETHER HE'$
PROSLEMS..,ESPECIALLY WHOM I SEE! TOUCH WITH THE CONTACTED THEM
WITH RICK LASSITER! JUDGE AND
KATHERINE ?
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APARTMENT 3-G BU Ales Kotsky

I'M AFRAlp MY M THE PROFESSOR'S SEP LOOKS JUST SHE'S A SHE IS THAT! HO# LDNS
SISTER'S INVITA- EE BARELY -ARGE ENOUGH FOR YOU, LOVELY HAS MRS. CASPER BEEN
WRE'S TN URPOES TR A MINPY! HAVE A GOOP N HT CHILU! 91VOE ? POES E
NO ONE 7 IV THE CHILDREN?
1 CAN DAUGHTER, ANN. 4
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A LETTER FROM'ZANDRA ALL ASOUT IT,
KLEFFT THIS MORNING, $TEVE!-**WHAT
HOklEYDEW!--5HE DOE6 SHE
DEFfWITELY 1507 SAY?
HAVING n


-- CARROLL BRIGHTER'S

'HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: The early part of
the day is excellent to get a head start in going
directly after the benefits you want in life. State your views,
but remember, too much frankness could be resented. Use
diplomacy and avoid sharp comments.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Many new ideas occur to you
early in the day, so put them in operation as soon as possible
before attending to other duties. Friends require your
attention tonight. Give it willingly.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your hunches help you
communicate very well with others in the morning. A
monetary problem can be easily handled over the telephone.
Come to right understanding with mate this evening.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) State your finest views to an
associate early in the day and gain full cooperation from this
person. Steer clear of one who opposes you. Your mate can be
most cooperative at this time.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can
accomplish a good deal during the day when you are full of
ideas and creativity, but tonight the planets keep you docile.
Plan how to have more harmony with fellow workers.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make plans early for having a
good time this evening and then attend to important duties
with enthusiasm. Take health treatments and improve your
appearance.Eveningisfineforrelaxation-
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Mentally plan how to
improve your home and later when you have time, carry
through. Remove whatever is ugly or obsolete. Arrange
entertainment there for the future. Avoid extravagance.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Attend to important duties
early before doing routine matters. Later discuss businen
projects with a financial expert. There could be some
unexpected tension tonight, but keep calm.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are thinking in terms of
expansion and can do that successfully in the early part of the
day A clever business expert can give the data you need.
Exercise great care with money tonight.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Do whatever pleases
you the most during the early hours. Make sure you appreciate
the good qualities of friends. Others are moody later in the
da AAPvo umentsof2 tkobdan 20) Some study of your
present position and how to improve it is wise in the morning.
Try to help yourself today instead of others. Rely on your
intuition more. Engage in hobby tonight.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan how to make your
friends happier by being your gregarious self. Sidestep findinS
faults. Attend a social tonight, but make it in new directions
and meet new people.
PISCES (Feb. 20, to Mar. 20) Morning is the best time to
handle career matters. Others are too demanding and will not
cooperate later in the day. Civic matters should be handled
early in the day. Think wisely.

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'io PLACE ...I WAS 60ROV HERE.


CROSSWORD

ACF>UZZLE
1 Standarddose cr stuff
5 Rechannel 33 That girl
goddess 0 she re
13 Norse poems 41 Doctors'
14 Sensitive association
16 Parson bird 43 Mail code
it Scottish river 44 One of the
IS Arithmetic Dwarfs
19 Flavoring plant 46 European rive
21 Vineyard 48 Again
23 Card game 49 Named for an
24 Observe award
ams t ok Uti ilieesnce


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
4. Tryout
DOWN 5. Woodland deity
6. Shade
1. Extreme 7. Coffee makers
seh point 8 aan lump
10 Biblical
7 8 9 Character
12 Mal
12 vicious
burning
17 Expert
18 rengpal quince
entertainers
2 25 i do
I k of herons
29 Grieves
30 Tempt
5 36 31 38 31 Muffin
34 19th President
1 MS 36 Mercury
37 Chthesmoth
38 Hurried '
9
40 Air pollution
42 Mischievous
45 Golf instructor
nature 7-14 47 Hawk parrot


AP Newrfe


Dor time 29) min


Winning

Bridge
St VISTQR MOLLQ
Today a hand, hte yester*
day 4, la taken from Hugh Dar-
won a anage Jesagac, pasonsand
tas week Dy Paogr & dkber. It,
as not an everway hand ano as
presented as one of the Curies.
Nerth
43
VAQ108
4AKQJ10987
Wet East
4 K --- -
OA K QJ 10 9 8
4 4 5 4 3 2 7 8 6 4 3 2
South
4 A J 10 8 7 6 6 4 2

E-'-"
Contreet 86: lead QA
Technique calls for a zeckso-
tion < declarer's immga unitl
be has no more man the de-
fender wah the two
honouaw. 'Ithen, the
been set, he leads a
honour. away from the ace.
foraing his eat to win and
lead away his second
honour labo declarert tenace
(6A 10 above).
Haviar nine to West1s
three, how can d r reduce

d M3n MmMM
The ver, is wate two
entries! South rats QA in
dummy aintl saderew wZh

trwo. as the
crosses to times in
hearts and cham an Sap
way baR
After anot4 ten tricks, he (4
J 10 and
4A ensures sluse W
tricks sal the contreet.


I ve put the pet fish into the lake, Professor.
These Water Mites won t give you any more
trouble And this is the Sea-Saw I told you
about. The Professor smiles wanly while
i stoning to Rupert. Well, that s something
to be thankful for," he says. But we are
stri) stranded unless my servant sees that

Rupert and th


distress flag I ve rigged up." He studies the
Sea-Saw intently. So this is the thing that
works wonders," he mutters. Looking thought-
ful, Rupert points to the landing-stage.
Could t we use the Sea-Saw to make a raft
out of some of those planks ? he suggests.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
e Sea-Saw---29


away." fle is soon at work with the Sea-Saw,
amazed at the ease with which it cuts through
the wood This won't take long," he chuckles.
Rupert stands by holding the camera chain,
and when the end of the landing-stage has
been cut free he is able to stop it from floating
away. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Ah, that a the very notion I Heartened by
Aug 's suggestion, the Professor hurries to
thel nding-stage. A quick glance at the
tirribers and the old man is satisfied. If I
out thbse side beams and then saw off the
togie of those four upright posts, he says,
the whole of this end piece should fall



FEARED


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By LEONARD BURDEN











(9711)
Robe-t Bell:n, 20-year-old
winner of the Evening Standard
chess congress, plays in the

O i o h \ n k
Standard, the Robert, Silk
Fellowship and his school in
Great Yarmouth, will meet top
grandmasters from the Unhed
states and other countries The
prize fund of 15,000 dollars is

m tnis t, ess
Barnstaple 1971. HOW does
white endgame ?
m ertime 10 & o ass
expert; 1 minute, county player;
2 minutes, club atrength; 5
mini average, 15 minutes
SOLUTION No 9711 - -
Chess Solution
1 RPxP, PxP; 2 KtxP cht
PxKl; 3 RxR. R-K5 ch; 4
K-BJ. BxR; 5 RxB. White
has won a pawn He son toon
another by R-qKtS, and Black
then resigned the lost position.


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Nassau, a plan of which is filed in the Crown Lands Office
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In the men s game which
followed, Heineken Gladiators'
rookie Kevin Rolle served a
total at 15 points while David
Bullard and Joey Derneritte
team:J up for 25 points
leading the Bahama islanders
to a 18-16, 15-17, 15-9 and
15 13 Lictory at the A. F.
Adderles byrn.
Coached by Lady's National
Com h Dr. Norman Gay, the
islanders Dames with Rolle's
tour point service took an early
ti- lead. Tangy Armbrister
hen temned up with Knowles
and Hephurn on the defensive
to hold off the offensive of the
Corninanwealthers which was
pated hi Margaret Albury and
[ mda Dav ies.
1)aindson then went to the
he ad ruled off five straight
points bringing them to an
11-3 command. One more
point w as all the
( a ni mon wealthers were
Oluded as the Islanders took a
1-0 Wad in the best of five

S fANI) SUPREME
Hamed by the first set, the
( onunonwealthers held a slim
3 2 lead which was given them

Ikis e Ithe mpsoni ss
kin n simSd supremtha aint

keep the edge 9-8. When the
routMn carried Albury and
l ukinan to the back court,
lies an mmpson to TI ok
ener.
Hauling back to a nine all
c. Role and Hepburn saw the
(Orders to a 13-9 lead before
\v< une Smith of the opposing
aJe started a dangerous rally.
U knian tried to continue it
. I Wilson on one of her
M ili spiket hroke service and
ht the islanders one
beinnd at 14 1.'
I ames the service
it <1 until a foot fault on
its Jouced the game. The
innwealthers twice took
the advantage point but were
nobit to hold out against the

':1"' .'";,: ', ";:."
took e -o lead
An Servant coach, Oswald
Moore at the (ommonwealth-
er< p abably tend the
> ii 1 et le 1 fl s
and Pat ts St monette on the
forward line with Thompson

iTifttlij r hathse cb
to be in advantage and they

I uld i le lead from 5-- and
b t throughout the set.
Altheunh the Islanders
Ir uled h\ one through most of
lb et thus finally dropped
bi ft e. Insing the r first.
0 PORT SI R VICL

far hs so flie ta th hu
ntisbuted an early six point
erv ice t ak in g t he


Thursday, July 12, 1973.



Grand Bahamian Neil



Dean wins 'Indep8Rd8Ht



Mr. Bahamas' title

By OSCAR MILLER
FIVE-FOOT EIGHT-INCHES, one hundred and eightyfive
pound Grand Bahamian, Neil Dean walked away with the Most
Beautiful Body Contest Award, the Indervndent Mr. Bahamas
Title, and the Most Muscular award in the Independent Mr.
Bahamas Contest and Strength show Wednesday night at the A.F.
Adderley High School Auditorium.
The Independent Mr. for fourth place.
Bahamas Contest, sponsored 22-year-old Jeremy Knowles
jointly by Wong's Health out classed 10 other
Studio and the Chinese contestants to capture top
Community of the Bahamas, honours in the junior division
was the finale of a week and Knowles was also named the
a-half long independence Most Muscular contestant
Sports Celebrations. along with the Most Improved
A packed auditorium saw Body. Anthony Mortimes
five of the top local finished second followed by
body-builders vie for the title Victor Lockhart.
of Mr. Independent Bahamas. "I feel great being a winner.
Last night's victory for Dean My immediate plans are to
was an important one as he enter the senior division then
now will represent the from there I hope to compete
Bahamas in the Mr. World and in world class contests," a
Mr. Universe Contest scheduled proud Knowles said.
to be held in Geneva later this Peter Burrows yanked 540
year. lbs. in the dead lift exercise in
According to judges, Dr. the independent Power Lift
Norman Gay, Arthur Eldon, Contest to lead a three-man
and Cliff Wilson, Dean field in capturing first place
donimated the contest through laurels. Burrows out-mmeled
the five different poses his opponents when he lifted a
ex posing muscul at combined total weight of 1310
development in various parts of lbs. Dwight Palacious was
the body. second with a combined total
Dean with an expanded of 1280 lbs.
chest of 50% inches, moved his The evening activities, whkh
sleek brawny body graciously lasted far beyond midnight.
throu g h his po se s was highlighted by a karate
never forgetting to maintain his exhibition performed by
poIse, his manner, and his members of the Nassau School
general appearance. of Defense under the direction
The 29-year-old soft-spoken of instructor Frankie Adderley.

mx melynianitasaki ho "E WEISK0PF LEADS

r lil neo a achaan wmen IN BRITISH OPEN
ever for his upcoming contest TRooN, scoTLAND (Aly
later this year. Dean, who also Tom Weiskepf conquered chill
holds Mr Western Grand gusts winds off tim lirth of CI>de
with a hard-won as and led :0,
Bahama title, has been American domination of the
undergoing intensive training at first-round of the 102nd British
the El Mongo Gym in Mn sday"I championsing
Freeport* The tall and sometimes nined\
RUNNER-UP man who suddenly has come into
The first runner up to Dean his solving maturity wins three
was Baldwin Darling, several usern-s this sea m, esital list a
Umes winner of Mr. Physique Ilert voice, and nunwany back
award. Dwight Palacious, Mr. Nicklaus.
eassmas anternanones, placed Nicklaus and lance tashioned
third in the contest and Rudy cir are ar11 in use a 1 hr use
Pinder, who won the Most conditsons h.RI hettered enh
Improved Body Award, settled slightly when Weiskopf pland


Commonwealthers to an 8-0
lead. The Commonwealthers'
determination was further
amplified by the spiking of
Jackman and the receiving and
setting of Symonette. This was
shown in their 11-3 command.
The offensive power of
Rolle and Davidson
momentarily came alive
brinains the Islanders two


NEIL 1)EAN, 18 5 pounds, seen twitching
virtually every muscler in his body during one of
numerous poses in last nights Independent Mr.
ashamas contest ones strength show at the A.
A ks tu djij m.qe nig
Independent Title arTd also the Most Muscular
A.......a


JEREMY KNOWLES displays a bulging,
brawny, 48% inch Independent Mr. Bahamas junior division.
Knowles, who never lost his poise, his graceful
ink and ntTedJ r la pewadseabiteitl
the Most Muscular Award, and also the Most
ImpfOVed Body Award.


THE BAHAMAS INDEPENDENCE G <)LF
TOURNAMENT drew an international field of professional
and amateur golfers including, left, U.S. touring pro Lee
Elder, currently enjoying his best year on the PGA Tour.in
the centre is Davie Zink, executive director of theCanamdian
Professional Golfers Association, and at right is RoyB owe,
resident pro at Paradise Island Golf Club and presideritof
the Bahamas PGA.


DUNCOMBE RE Aly
TO DEFEND HI 3
IMI
'tM"** " *
ACF AMATE UR golfer Jini
Duncombe seeks his second
consecutive a tr late ur
championship next month
when he heads caller---s in the
Pnn Uni r' uti ri

tournament whichisscheduled
for August 5-6 hegins a very
busy schedule for the E3allainas
Golf Association On August
12 there is the "ltry lin3"
Memorial Tournament at t he
Sonesta Beach/Nassaw Golf
Club and on AugusI 1 9 is the
Ladies, Juniors and Seniors
Championships at the South
Ocean Golf Club.
For the first time ifin many
y ears, t he A nide ur
Championships for Nen is
separated from the I loonna
Cup playoffs due to the
Independence Schedule. It felt that with the separallon,
moreemphasiscouldlizuveheen
rightly placed own the
pr est ageou s Airate ur
cha ni pionsh ip.
"My ganw is yes enth as
good as it has ever been," said
a contident Duncombe This he
pointed out "is evide nt from
my performance in t he
IIoerman Cup play<> ifs. I'ni
ready for the titledele rice."
This year, the chain pionship
will be divided into three
flights championsh in O-9
(handicap), "A" FligF il lD- 16
(handicap) and "B' Flight
17-24 (handicap). The Prime
Minister's Cup for t lie gross
amateur cham arid the
President's cup for the viet
champ willbe contestedal the
South Ocean Gall Club
a .
, nq ,7 no
scheduled for June 24 bill \vas
pushed back owing ten tight
schedule Contestedin ineinary
Of Jill1 MCPilerson 0 11001 the
first local golfers to t-oreak the
colour barrier at the Nassau
Golf Club this tourr namen t is
being combined as a fund
raising Calcutta aSwell usa Net
Bestball Championship event.
The Calcutta iv ill help
defray expenses of the four
International events oI F)73 at
Kingston. St. Cruit, Dominican
Republic and Vennon t.10 t his
Calcutta, instead of having a
team draw at the auction,
playerS are allowed to select
their partners, who will be
alletioned at 3 hocial event to
be announced later,
The defending champions
for this event are Charley
Saunders and Beryllli ggs.
Defending Junior Cha mp
and Arnold Palmer J\cadarny
bound Vernon Lockkart seeks
his second junior chair apionship


behind. This however came to
rio good as Jackman and
Symonette served the
Commonwealthers to a two all
fifth set show-down.
Again the Commonwealthers
took the early lead by zip but
they were unable to hold out
against the experienced
Islanders whose victory by two
points gave them the series,

Ap e re started
things off for the
Commonwealthers' Men with a
five point service. This
command was short lived when
Rolle came to the line and
dished out eight consecutive
points. Hubert Williams
threatened the Islanders with
four points bringing them one
behind at 16-15. Joey
Demeritte and Rolle however
saw the Islanders on to victory.
The Commonwealthers again
took the lead by rip and
together with the serving of
Brockholst Barrett and Oswald
poore tied up at one all.
The Comnu>nwealthers in
the third set tound themselves
no match against theservingof
I)emeritte who went to the line
when the Islanders were
trailing 9-3 and dished out 13
consecutive points for a 2-1
lead.
David Bullard was the key
server in the final set and
together with Lemy Fawkes
outplay > ed the
Commonwealthers and won by
two points.
* * * * *
Volleyball action returns 10
the C. 1. Gibson Gym tonight
with S.A.C.A. playing the Bees
in the first game at 7 o'clock.
B E.C. take on Paradise Giants
in the second game and
Wardrobe meet Cold Front in
the nightcup.

US Baseball Roundup
NEW YORK. JULY I2 (AP)
1 rit: Peterson and Sparkv L\Ie
umbtihnedNte)wp Y ra four11k srbthat
into first place in the American
League s Fast INvasion as the
Yankees heal the Chicago white
501 2 I Wednesday .
see a al) Lanier doubled and Horace Clarke
singled him borne in the 1ourth..
In National League day actmar
the Houston Astra coasted past
the New York Mets 7 I und the San
I rancisco Ciants rallied for five
runs in he seventh inning to hear
the Chicago Cubs 7 3.
he ee at H us w co-r 4
goodson slammed two home runs
and Gary Mathews one to power
the Giants to victory.
in American League night games,
lialtimore beat California 7 1,
Detroit dumped Texas 14 2 and
Milwouker battered Kansas City
ak in tional t1eague lay u
Cincinnati 4 3 and Philadelphia
nipped Atlanta 6.s.
in a pair of National League
su rout d ae et ust2
.end Los Angeles downed St. Louis
3 I.


4


1


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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Dayssion L 11(. no

7
milton, a 43 as sal to
R out 45 42 .517 29
115 ad c 43 43 .500 4
an jest Ibvis 57 .345 17
a unt 49 39 .ss? --
40 42 .538 I

45 41 .523 3
Wednesday R ul
0 noa riculan13

'" '
lib ukee 8 mas ( it< 1
I le Ill ) I Suits
( JIlfornia 10. 1) Itimore 8. 10 anning
netrait 5. le 4
( < 0 k 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
Chicagn j ( 00
St, I ouis 44 41 .518 4 2
lientical 41 43 ,488 7
Pittsburgh 39 44 .470 70
I'luladciphia 39 47 .453 10
ni nrk 30 47 434 I 1'
I as in I DIVISIGII
(inann ti 49 39 557 5
1 sit ticisco so )
Atlanta 41 50 .451 15
San they 31 56 .356 23
ednesdov's Results
thauston 7, New ork I
son I convino 7, Chstage 3
I hil.ukiphia G. Attenta 5
t < I I), sim..iti 2
" esd, (. I ",j'
flanta 4, Philadelphia 2
Cincinnati 6. Montreal 2
"' f 3
Chicago 4, San I rancisco 2
St. Louis 5, Los Angeles 4


Bahama Islanders win


tense 5-setter in AII



Stars volleyball game

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
FORWARDS FLORENCE ROLLE, Winsome Davidson and
Celestine Wilson behind the setting and receiving of Barbara
Knowles and Cora Hepburn survived a two set rally by the
Bahamas Commonwealthers pacing the Bahama Islanders to a
15-4, 1416, 1415, 9-IS and 15-13 victory during Tuesday
night's Bahamas Volleyball Federation's ladies All-Star games.


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LOCAL TENNIS star Larry
Rolle was stopped short today
in his bid for the men's single
title when he yielded to second
rank player Bertram Knowles
6-2, 6-0 in the semi-final round
of the Anthony Roberts
Independence Open Tennis
Classic at Montagu Beach Hotel
Tennis Courts.
The 20-year-old tennis
professional from the Lucayan

heeachell 1,am e this way t

DoT de &Arch esoda
a ternoon.
Knowles will now meet
24-year-old Bahamaschampion
Leon Rolle in the men's single
championship game scheduled
to be played late this afternoon
at the Montagu Courts.
Knowles earned his spot in
the semi-final round when he
defeated Steve Norton 6-3, 6-2
in the quarter Unal match abo
played on Wednesday
anemoon
Eldwith Roberts was ousted
from the semi-finals in the
ladies division when she was
stopped by No 2 seeded Jane
Wiberg 6-2, 6-2. Wiberg will
meet six-times Bahamian
champion Vicky Knowles in
the finals

$3$88811 SCh8dill
DEFENDING league
champions Del Jane Saints who
found themselves in fifth place
,. following the reshuffling of the
^ .** schedule that saw Heastie
AW Lumber and Paradise Island
UW exit when they failed to pay
defaulted bonds, vie to take
PRO one game from the one and a
half games they trail fourth
CS place Schlitz Beer tonight
ennis during the second game 9:30 at
been the Queen Elizabeth Sports
o at Centre.
Club. Second place Becks Bees
made meet Bahamas Blenders in the
perty first game at 7 o'clock.
Though Paradise Island has
onesta been deleted from the
ity a remainder of the Bahamas
natural Baseball Association's
with schedule, it is understood that
e was they are filing a protest
ry of perta in in g to their
tennis "constitutional rights" in
g the regard to the payment of the
default bond.


WA BallV It AA pt M
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SONESTA TENNIS
SAMMY ISAA
well-known Bahamian t
player, has recently
appointed Resident Pr
Sonesta Beach Tennis
The announcement was
by Walter Palmer, pro
manager at Sonesta Beach
Isaacs brings to the S
Beach tennis common
wealth of experience in n
instruction, especially
children, Palmer said. H
in charge of the Minist
Education junior
programme before joining
Sonesta.


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