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Publication Date: July 13, 1973
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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE BAHAMAS

w as
the Price Control Regulations
brought into force on March
28, a spokesman confirmed.



On March 28 Government
increased tariffs, emergency tax
and stamp tax to push the tax
payable on cars and parts
""Cli,(a non on nweam
of the value to 38% percent.
Cars from non-Commonwealth
countries becamJ subject to a
53% percent tax as opposed to
the former 3816 percent.
Simultaneously. Gov-
enunent slapped on price
controls to restrict dealers
inark-up on both cars and parts
to 25 percent of the landed
cost plus tax.
After almost three months
of negotiations, Government m
:,....i::Tdm d June the
changed the maximum
re ies fm 2 recent
65 percent. The mark-up on
cars remains the same. and the
dealers have no complaint on
that score.
It was in the parts

ine I he bl
sought the change it is
understood the dealers naked
for more tha 0' '
mark-up on the parts, but are
subject to analysis and
experience, satisfied with the
compromise.
The d it will take about two weeks
more for dealers to change
their prices on all of the
abousands j ilit"es iwilstock,
figures on the general increase
be availa revision will result
in an increase in retail price,
and not a decrease as reported
earlier, the spokesman had no
doubt.
He failed to see how there
onlTwit a -d e es
currencies are constantly be ng
evalue n eelsoon to so
ris oilara and freight
Only a vast and unlikely
th
increase in ide volbime of
I smess wou ena e any
wenng o costs, one source
The revision of regulations
on auto and auto parts
mark-ups was approved by the
Prices Commission, Deputy
Prime Minister and Finance
Minister Arthur IIanna and the
Cabinet before coming into
force, isnnso o hat stage

h isaboanti reached at pos
revisions in regulations
covering breadbasket food
items
It is known that at the
beo so h dnag ed tels
the Bahamas Wholesalers'
Association that prices for 111
of the 152 controlled items
needed change.
Baltron Bethel, permanent
secretary to the Deputy Prime
Minister, would say this week
only that the list of proposed
revisions "is receiving
consideration."
The wholesalers asked for


the changes on the basis that as
a result of rising costs at the
source, many of the controlled
items cost the wholesalers
anore than they are allowed to
sell them for.
Sources said today that the
revision system is so slow that
some of the proposed revisions
are already out-dated.


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By NICKI KELLY


Questioned concerning the
report, Mr. H. C. Walking,
under sec re tar y for
Immigration, said he would
"rather not comment."
The Tribune understands
however that the government
has decided to allow the six or
eight men involved to be
re-united with their families
"in accordance with the
agreement reached between the
gov er nment and the
Opposition Fwe National
Movement at the London
Constitutional talks," an
informant said.




SA TS TH ANKS

TO 8AHAM AS
PRINCE CHARLFS h ,
trooga Governor Sir John
Paul, communicated his
"gratitude" for the "warmth
and kindness" shown him by
le Bahamian p ledduiri g e
independence celebrations.
"After five such memorable
days in the Bahamas I find
myselftle nt N auh t
telegraphed. Wherever I have
ngin t la de end
celebrations I have met with
consistent warmth and
kindness from everyone and
felt instantly at home among
such happy people."

HaeTa ed tha h v
hard to make the independence
celebrationsthesuccessthey
well is, he said, was a good
omen for the future happiness
and progress of the new
Bahamas and he would watch
with interest and affection the
development of the Common-
wealth of the Bahamas.
"Although I have not had
time to collect much sand
between my toes I leave with
enough grains to make me
want to return as soon as I can
and I also leave with rhythm,
Thdrl "ar h in my soul'
24 ear-aold te S ro J n
conveyed, on behalf of the
government and the people of
the Bahamas "our very warm
appreciation and most grateful
lae lafod n
in the independence
celebrations.
"Your Royal Highness's
generous and whole-hearted
participation in these
celebrations was made in a
manner which has won our
admiration, respect and
affection and the deep
impression made by Your
Royal Highness will long
remain an outstanding memory
of an historic occasion," the
governor cabled.
B O TAIATLOR,
ROME (AP)--Riched Burton
arrived in Rome Thursday amid
speculation of a reconciliation with
EHzabeth Taylor in the city where
their once torrid love affair began.


SPANISH
ACCESSORIES


The case of the Inagua Turks
Islanders was first brought to
public attention by the FNM,
which said that they were
being persecuted for being
sympathetic to the Opposition
although they were not
qualified to vote in the
election,
A statement from the party
in January said that work
permits were being refused to
the husbands and fathers
working for the salt company
at Inagua, even though they
had lived in the Bahamas for
many years, married Bahamian


women and raised a Bahamian
family,
The plight of these Turks
Islanders was forcefully
brought to the attention of the
Senate by FNM Senator Arthur
Foulkes in April. He said that
these people had been led by
the government to believe that
they would be considered as
Bahamians-
UPROOTED
Senator Foulkes said the
Prime Minister had given them
that assurance and no sooner
had he done so than the
government turned "callously


and viciously on these people
and uprooted them fr -n their
homes."
The Senator aimed that in
at least one case a politician
gave direct instruction to the
immigration officer concerning
a young man who had lived in
the Bahamas for 20 years, was
married to a Bahamian wife
and had nine Bahamian-born
children.
The individual concerned is
believed to have been
Wellington Ferguson, although
all the other cases cited by the
FNM also involved Turks
Islanders resident in the
country d tot oat least iny ar
issue of the matter in the
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circumstances of each case and
asking Mr. Pindling to do
something about this matter
FNM chairman Orville
Turnquest said today that the
party had received no official
::oth t tbh m tu h dhh n
that the government has taken
a favourable decision in this
matter,"he added.
"If that is so we would be
highly gratified that this tragic
> belsate y o .
Mr. Turnquest said the FNM
would continue to pursue and
expose other cases of political
victimization that had occurred
and would occur in the future

etbe f tatar e awl
of an independent Bahamar,"
declared.
During April's Senate debate
government Leader Paul
Adderley said the question of
the Turks Islanders had already
been brought to the attention
of government and would he
taken into consideration in
determining who would
become a citizen of the
Ba nna r Adderley said he
was not in a position to
comment on specific instances,
although he was aware that a
great many Turks Islanders fell
shnow r, 'ctal tTim ly
play justice and good sense"
would prevail.

MRS. SANDS DIES 5
DAYS AFTER HUSBAND
MRS. MARION Maud
Sands. 73, died at her home on
Shirley Street about noon
yesterday five days after her
husband, Neville, 77. dropped
dead in his store on Collins
Avenue-
Mrs. Sands, who had been ill
for some time, will be buried at
6 p.m. today in the Western
Cemetery. Funeral services will
be conducted at the graveside
by Dean William Granger and
Capt. John Fisk of the
Salvation Army.
Her husband was buried at
the same time on Monday in
their Westeta Cemetery family
plot. The funeral was
conducted by Capt. Fisk.
Mr. Sands was found dead in
the bathroom of the Tiny
Shop, which he started about
47 years ago. by his
sister-in-law, Miss Julia
Cnodor offered from a
Mrs. Sands is survived by
two sisters, the Misses Alberta
and Julia Crawford, and a
brother, Andrew, who lives in
the United States.


-- hiefisnMia s t he ule
housebreaking and stealing
against David Albury, who was
jointly charged with his
17-year-old cousin, PhiliP. 3
mechanic, said he took a "dim
view of the matter.'
The Chief Magistrate said he
nstdan s ingmatnhe b ar
n medical evidence. in a report
pitaP mPrm essd Marga ert
Duarte, confirmed that the
menhadbe ebeatenwit reiig
them, the period they were
reTrt ly inedpolice custody.
so ru against to use
of the statement which was
reportedly extracted from the
young man by police brutality
it was induced by
ea ing 11 e not tl nk it

officer to beat a man 0 any
ha.n n feyiainn a
this ... I intend to send a report
of this matter to the
Commissioner of Police myself .
along with the copies of the
medical report."
CHARGES DISMISSED
Dismissing the charges
against Albury, he said that
evidence showed so far that he
supposed to have been stolen
and as a result of his taking
the articles there, he was
subjected to a beating by the
pol(lee.said Philip Albury also
gave the same impression that
he had been beaten by the
police, however, he was not
objecting to the admissibility
i the tstatementasM de
against him by the prosecution.
The matter arose from the
*rial of the two men who were
jointly charged with the theft
of a quantity of clothing,
swimming gear, jewellery and
luggage valued at $2.006 from
the home of San Souci
attorney James G. Knowles.
Both men pleaded not
guilty. Ehey were also charged
Jo ntly with the theft of a
quantity of assorted goods
from the Golden Gates
Supermarket vained at $983 on


Mo wanesses at me thal
said that the two men were not
beaten. The police said they
had admitted lighting with
each other over the stol a
goods when one had tried to
take them all for himself.
The Chief Magistrate'
n mingdolice offices Riahmit
manner of this police detective
in the witness box, I cannot
eden ta redence to his
hol'roseenstt d 1 ma
that an investigation had been
started into the allegations, but
the two men refused to
cooperate with the police
officers making it. When asked
to make another statement
about the beating, they told
[ an hSup nntnend


DON'T ARM POLICE'
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A FORMER Scotland Yard
deputy Commissioner today
warned the Bahamas against
arming its police force "at all
costs
sew dRaj B th in
Gambling Commission of
Inquiry, told East Nassau
Rotarians that "wherever there
is or ever has been an armed
police force there has been a
hmSp Iki t horubur. plagl i Inn
e sal at we m tain
decided long ag< t that unless
t ings ecome qua e impossil e
\ve shall never arm our

hol reni nulph also advised
t at the police be alterli
impartial No political
influence or other mfluence
should affect police officers 81
carrying out their duties.
Touching on the matter of
finance. the ex-Scotland Yard
official said that the country
could not have an efficient and
a cheap police force.
Particularly with independence
more money would be needed.
it is a principle that must be
in everyone's mind," he stated.
Also sharing the platform
with Sir Ranulph was Mr.
Frank Lindsey, former
Commissioner of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police'
Mr. Lindsey, who served on
the 1970 Royal Commission of
Inquiry on Freeport, told
Rotarians that he was
responsible for writing the
section on Immigrat on and
SeBuo mnt er r for a
board meeting of International
Intelligence Corporation
(INTERTEL) which is a
subsidiary of Resorts
International.


Th licat d
d leactio pnd is 18s on
P d db the P
Mi et tire, signe dispatchedrinw
4:40 a.m. to Dr. Kurt
WaldU itnedSecar tarsy-Genelrall8'
The application said: "On
behalf ofn n GolvernrnentT
Bah nd in t
PrimrnasM nist nly capan > s
h t fer, %at th
Bmiour o inform yott tt e
Ind amast aving 10th ainle


Right d Dut attached
theretso.anshouldieaccaordingly
be grateful if this application
could be submitted to the
Security Council at its next
meeting. For this purpose, I
attach a Declaration made in
pursuance of Rule 58 of the
Security Council s Rules of
I'rocedure.
The Declaration under Rule
58 of the Security Council's
Rule of Procedure reads as
follows:
"In connection with the
application by T he
/nonwealtMemb rship The
the United Naions, I have the
honour on behalf of The
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas and in my capacity as
PnmeCMinister toIDeclare th
Bahamas accepts the
obligations contained in the
Charter of the United Nations
and solemnly undertakes to
fulfil them .
In accordance with article
4(2) of the Charter.
applications for membershiP
are considered first by the
Security Council. The Security
Council is then expected to
make a recommendation for
membership to the General
Assembly of the United
Nations.
The Security Council is
expected to consider the
application for membership of
the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas this month.
The application, along with
the Security Council's
recommendation, will be
referred to the General
Assembly for its vote at its
;;; son so ena
application is approved, the
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas would become a
member of the United Nations
before the end of September.


BRIDGETOWN, Barbados
(AP) A twenty-one year old
Bahamian university law
student, Arthur Dion Hanna'
has been acquitted of a charge
of illegally possessing five
u sar.of marijuana earlier
City Magistrate Edmund
King said he was not satisfied
beyond a reasonable doubt
that the son of Bahamas
Deputy Prire Minister Arthur


Hanna knew some of the long
playing records he was carrying
contained the drugs.
Hanna was arrested at the
Bridgetown harbour in
February shortly after arriving
on a federal ship from Jamaica.
Some 2.246 grams of the
drug were found in some of the
sealed record jackets.
Hanna disclaimed any
knowledge of the drug.


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High Commissioner takes up UK post
LONDON, England, July 12 His Excellency Alvin R. Braynen, High Commissioner
for the Bahamas to the United Kingdom is pictured above at his new office, 59 Pall Mail,
London, receiving the key from Mr. John E.F. Codrington, C.M.G., who, prior to July 10
was the Commissioner for the Bahamas in London.


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By SIDNEY DORSETT
A SPECIAL REPORT on the case of a 21-year-old Wulff Road
painter, who said that he was beaten by police and forced to sign
his name to a statement incriminating him with a May 30
housebreaking, is to be forwarded to Police Commissioner
Salathiel H. Thompson by Chief Magistrate Wilton Hercules.


PM'S MESSAGE
TO OUT ISLANDS
A IMREBEMBEMit?
U IRUCTERULittp[

Oult I alrnes don s a"
the flag-raising ceremony at
eactiders i lirPgdma d tMinist
raised flag was the signal of a
new era for all Bahamians. It
was a signal, he said, "tor us to
take our place among the free
nations of the world. We must

EF:::E'"i.Bail
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Following is the Prime
kiinister's message to the
people of the Out Islands.
( MY FELLOW BAHAMIANS:
On this great and proud day
e n e o ouNa
colleagues and fellow
Bahamians in Nassau. Although
I would like to be with you in
glso tem ty bre eg at
flag of our new Nation is
I o sible How verphycsic 11
everyone of you is on my mind
and in my thoughts. We are
one in spirit, the only division
being the miles of aquamarine
ocead that bathes the shores of

or it a th Tovernmer
responsibility in leading our
country into independence
taln aonpse y rem I
share this feeling and sense that
many new and pressing
demands will be made upon
them in the interests of our
beloved Nation.
You would know that it
took a great deal of hard work
to reach this glorious point in
our history, but as the proud
flag of a new Bahamas goes up
this day we know that we must
all work harder in order to
fulfi outs truee liand gmatr

i t hsain rias inarch on to glory steadfast in
Our Christian heritage. With
faith in God and faith in our
country and people, we can
seiretat<\vius vetrheji
achieved by our continuing
efforts.
My fellow Bahamians, our
raised flag is the signal of a new
era for all Bahamians a
signal for us to take our place
among the free nations of the
world. We must remember that
all of us are partners in this
great effort to build a better
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas.
I wish you a glorious
and happy Independence


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UN membership

APPLICATION for membership of the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas in the United Nations had been made to the
Secretary-General of the United Nations, it was announced today
by the Ministry of External Affairs.


CONGRESSIONAL

R ESO LIITIO1

0N BAHAMAS

(AH'ASHINhCeTO JULY I
ouse
Represents tiv es h as
unanimously adopted a
resolution welcoming the
Bahamas as the newest member
of the fami nat r an

the House Inter-American
p sr subcohmmitricolutiaon
noted that adoption of such a
measure by either the House or
the Senate is highly unusual.
"This uncommon action shows
the special concern and
affection which we in the
United States have for the
citizens of our new neighbour.
Bheh Commonwealth of the
I maasspeech to the House.
Fascell expressed the hope that
U.S. Bahamian friendship will
grow and said, "this newly
independent neighbour is so
at o ourmshores that I
countrymen will find it
difficult to imagine it as a
foreign land. .
"In truth, it is far fron?
foraerigna iis asge grrap ical
close.
The resolution resolves that
the House of Representatives:
"Welcomes the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas to the family
of nations.
Extends to the citizens
and the government of the
Common wealth of the
Bahamas heart felt best wishes
upon this significant occasion,
and "expresses the fervent
hope that a spirit of mutual
affection, understanding, and
cooperation will forever
continue to characterize the
relations between our countries
and our peoples-
FOUR KIDNAPPING
IN FOUR DAYS
CHICAGO (AP) A high-speed
a Thursday with the arrest of a man
sought in connection with four
,f }=,g*, driven
away from officers running a
routine check on a traffic violation*
The chase covered 15 blocks,
naretalve jrienta a dc mdTi
for the curbs to avoid being hit.


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NIXON AGREES TO MEET WITH ERVIN
WASHINGTON (AP) The White House sun President Nixon will meet
at some future time with the chairman at the senate watergate committee,
Sam Erym, but it says there will be no change in Nixon's refusal to turn
over presidential papers to the panel. Irvin Thursdal sent a letter to the
White House asking a meeting with the President to discuss the matter of
theT tteb a se committee had requested u rnecting with eresident
Nixon to forestall a confrontation between Congress and the presidency.
Committee members say the President responded 51 proposing a private
mT ng wi the committee < ainni ve and Joseph Montoya said the
committee had authorized the chairman to have a meeting with Nixon
with no other committee members and no committee staff present,
WOULD HAVE TOLD IF NIXON HAD ASKED SAYS MITCHELL
WASHINGTON (AP) The Watergate manalittee has resumed its
questioning of former attorney-general and Nixon e t "an urs it >rr n it J a 1 eget
Committee counsel Samuel thish asked Mitchell in his testimony if the
President ever asked him, and Mitchell said, "rn\ statement is exactl>
that." Mitchell also testified the President has been lowering the hunm- as
Mitchell put it, hr ousting aides implicated in Watergate.
DENIES THERE WAS REQUEST FOR CONTRIBUTION
DFTROIT (AP) The Chrysler Corporation ha< Jenied a report that the
firm s top executive was approached for a corporation campaign
contribution in 1972. The Detroit "Iree Press" had quoted board
chairman Lynn Townsend as contirming that Nixon's then personal
attorney, Herbert halmbach.requested the contribution in Detroit.
A Chrysler spokesman says at no time did Kalmbach suggest the
p at nake an entribu a to7tlls rea I) )dE 1 ^nir
the Iree Presson theChryslerstatement.
MEETING WILL COVER PROCEDURAL MATTERS
co : i s TuCzTe)a a tri da on I 0istt in r 1 vi 1,
deput news secretary Gerald warren wars that in the coure of the
is-mmute conversation, Nixon agreed to meet with I rvin. However.
arr ai s a to j tod cover procedural matters between


WEATHER GOOD FOR FRENCH NUCLEAR TESTS
Th at t)he I crich <, r < /< ri re a se> 1 cit 12 ur"
before expiration of the two-das period that has traditionath separated the
start of tests from the last warning to amoon.
If the I reach tutinw the pattern the\ b.ne user ed since won the fir *
I wisrt sio najrn!r tutinatin sitr c larjrili
the Mururoa Atoll test site took effect.
The New Zealand frigate mage, will sailing within cle I rena
proclaimed 72-mile anger tone around the atoll, reported impro n
weather in the area, an important requisite for the atmospheric tests.
Yr< c < r lia, or ; 3 est ulatin torr 4 he mi said
nevenw 11misers here avelined to consent on am nect innxementr ar to
special the whereabnut at a private 1.5. protest aunt, the Iri, reputed
Wednesd:n within 40 unles of Mururn
'CAN'T RUN U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS FROM ROOM S-116
wAssilNGlas an The senate Thurson confirmed without least,
and without objection the nomination of William 11. Sullitan to be
t si st Plhillijinest submi n sus ants < Senate 1oreign Relations Continittee MednesJ 0 tor his new assigranent,
Meanwhile. Senate Republiain leader Hugh Rutt committee's action in blocking the nomination of b. 110Murtrie Godlet
Assjistant secretary< of state for last Asian uul Nati< irtairs.succeedure
su win.id committee members "only want people in toreign some pnst
who agree with them.
"We don't believe 31ou can run the foreign relations at the I nited State'
from room si te. J scott. reterring on the mannistee's unital meetn"

CALL FOR PERON TO AGAIN ASSUME POWER
801Nos ilRos. \RGI NTIN1 (110 several Persist leaders uned
Thursday tar ex-president Juan D. Peron to agant assume power, 4 giant
workers rally was called tar next Saturdas.
Pres t 2or / >0 /tt u neensif $< $ <
for new elections with the 77-sear old Peron running for tlw president v
The rumours fed on statements hv Peronist &putt Roldown tree and
liaenus Aires vice-governor Victorio Calabra.in adition to the report of
ttw grtanned Intiour utila luncheon attended Es dirators at the powerful
General labour Confederation (CCT), sad Argentina could not have two
presidential palaces 'one on Gaspur Grapm. the street in suburban
vincente Lopez where Peron lives) and the utter at the Pink to use,' which
is the preddeintiah>ffice wh eat amp a \< r as sked abat the rails and
said, 'the anix person who can exems, pa n, Peron.'
'IT WAS A NIGHTMARE SHEER HELl.
KI V \vi si, 1 1 1 (1P) "lve held on bi agemps." a cold soon"
it ajol ertur Thtjtain }1 rs.o in'
"I just kept talking to stop them falling asleep Surbis sold he told his
wife. parents and six children as the\ waited to tw rewed. "It \\as a


His 26-toot fishing boat broke apart Tueshi and sank while the tunall
was returns to Kes \\est from the Dr> lortueas lands after a Jax s
outing, he said.
and'wnrit a tdise-to t slave, surtus said, "The trnut ed the Not spist open
Surfus sold he managed to get four children into late lackets before the
boat flipped over about 30 miles west of Key Hest in the Gult of Mexico.
Mex me of us climbed onto the hull and others held n tr< in the water
surfussaid."w heldon by ournngernails."
Surfus and his wife, Mar\. 41. tried to stal atop the bull holdine their
44car-old daughter I milt in her arms,
CANBERRA AGROUND OFF GRENADA NO DANGER
SAN JEAN, PUI R10 RICO (AP) the trusse sly Canberr" "
reported aground toda< 3ust off the uland at 1,remula but there was n
indication of anger tu the Amerstan tourists and so crew member
aboard.
Police in St. George 1, the capital of Grenada, said the 44.mistan British
liner went aground about 200 yards outside the hathour thursdar
Harbour officials said first attempts to rethat the ship tailed, aJ a top was
standing by.
DINAR FIRST COMMUNIST CURRENCY TO FLOAT
Eu ureMcies us.doll rst reasingins in via "tstbc
Bn sh ju>pnd.of gold rose n it normal does when the dollar shows
de< ne.dollar's performance was a turnround after imprownsents earlier
this week against Western European eurrenues,


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the Watergate affair he would h
and verse.
"Is it your statement still
that the President never asked
I intl'"
who was before the Senate
Watergate panel for the third
as
111 Statement is e\actl\
that, the former Attornel
Genegal say
You are still not sur rised
that he didn't ask"
In still not particularly\
so ,,,0 about (
JO persisted. "If he had
asked lou what \our
knowledge was. especially
hefore the election, would \ou
have told the President?"
Mitchell replied I would
have laid out the chapter and

serI to r c lijl tin ni
ended Chursday and during a
luncheon recess the sevenian
unittee met to decide
whether to subpoena White
House papers and thus
inmate the constitutional
confrontationthathusbeenu
hackdrop over the six weeks of
hearings.
\lion said last week he
would not appear before the
Comnuttee and would not
suppli the documents. fhe
committee sent him a letter
I hursdai. a male seen as a last
chance to avoid a head on clash
between the execuuve and
Welslatile branches
Alitchell has insisted that he
didn t volunteer to his good
friend Nixon what he knew
about Watemate and other
..White House horrors before
the election because the
President would have taken
actions hurting his own
re election chances. And.
11stchell said. he dian t tell
\tion alter the election
because he didn t want to cast
11 pull over the second term lie
stud he believed those involved
would hale left the
administration
WHAl BOOM?
San Daniel K. Inouve.
i l)-Hawaii) asked Mitchell what
evidence 11e saw that the
President had taken action
uttel last March ll when
Nixon said he first heard
accusations about White House
involiement in Watergate.
I or the record." asked
Inom e. could l ou tell us
\\here the President has really
loweled the boom
Mik lell had it was done by

the bite House those
involved
Inous said that if. R.
lialdeman and John D.
Ehrlichman, the President's
Chief aides. resigned "and the
"resident most reluctantly
accepted tlus and said publicly
that these were the two finest
111en he 113< ever known is this
lowenng the boom Sir
Said Mitchell No but it
shows the streak in the
President of warmth and
kindness that most people have
,,
not attributed to him before.
NO E SATISFIED
t he senator was not
sati fic n trying to find out

"he e the President has, since

th ibo 1' ^ctivillet
tc hell It is my opinion

n the at tth o aAtteul

t ou'" ns nt ednin
e auth what he should have
done in lowermg the boom by
r moving the people from the


ave told the President "chapter

for the special prosecutor.
Within our system of

el eccjttiv s oud 'the
Haldeman and Ehrlichman
resigned April 30, the same day
that Nixon fired White House
lawier John W. Dean III.
"Do you believe that with
this soft lowering of the boom
the lid would have blown off?"
Inouye asked.
"It has."said Mitchell. "And
1 don't think it was necessarily
soft."
Inouye said it was intense
pressure from Congress that led
to the appointment of special
prosecutor Archibald Cox.
But Mitchell said that was
Nixon s action. "... What were

ahe ca soie etn oi nio
upon," Mitchell said.
The White House had
resisted appointment of the
special prosecutor, finallY
authorizing the step on April
30.
Mitchell, who is under
indictment in New York for
conspiracy to defraud. perjury
and obstruction of justice, was
asked by Dash whether he had
been promised executive
clemency of or had requested
help in legal actions against
lum.
"I hope." Mitchell said-
"that with respect to matters
in New York the question is
absolutely not, and will
respect to circumstances dolv1
here, I trust that it is not
necessary."
You have expressed a
hope it is not necessary. Dash
countered, but you haven 1
answered the question."
The answer is absolutely
no. Mitchell said.
NOT TALKED
Mitchell said he had not
talked with 10.*.0 since a
meeting March 22 in the White
House Oval Office, which also
was attended by former top
White House aides.
Mitchell said. however, that
he has had social contacts or
"condolence calls" from
persons close to Nixon,
including the President's
personal secretary Rose Mary
Woods and multi-millionaire
Robert II. Abplanalp, the
President s trend.
Dash bore in on Mitchells's
statement that he had not
communicated with Nixon
since the March 22 meeting at

Dean discussed the Watergate
case, including making Dean
the liaison with the Senate
Committee and matters of
executive privilege for White
House aides.

Mittil011 IIlltStiORGII
9
stalS8 ISStilllOR Y
WASHINGTON (AP)
Former U.S. Attorney Gen.
John N. Mitchell defended
himself Thursday against
suggestions that he may have
lied under oath as part of the
Watergate cover-up.

falsSi einT inlaydhave ""'
prior occasions is there any
re e y urd esst omn ittb fotro
this committee? asked Senate

la amteonDm tee chief

yo IT agn=e.t a onou twi01
said I think they can judge
my testimony and draw their


his first presidential campaign.
The President, wearing a
blue suit, was met at the
hospital entrance bom laaTdi
officer of the naval hospital.
Nixon seemed surprised to
see him and told the
white-uniformed naval officer
he did not want to
inconvenience him
Nixon arrived at the hospital
at 9:12 p.m. after about a
25-minute drive from the
White House.
Later, press secretary Helen
Smith said that both Mrs.
Nixon and Julie Nixon
Eisenhower were at the White
House and were waiting to hear
the results of the tests on the
President. They did not go the

theThospitalPim dnitately. older
daughter, Tricia, was at her
home in New York City and
Mrs. Smith said there was no
word that she was coming back
to Washington immediately.
NO COMPLICATIONS
Nixon was occupying a
third-floor suite, which had
been used by the late President
Lyndon B. Johnson during his
illnesses in office.
Ziegler said the President
was "going to bed." and that
there would be no more
information about his
condition until today. 110 also
said that Dr. Tkach would
leave the hospital as soon as
the President retires for the
night.
Haig, who had driven to the
hospital with the President, left
with Ziegler and other aides.
Dr. Tkach said the President
had "no complications." He
said he prescribed rest and
medication,
Ziegler said Nixon had been
running a fever of between 101
and 102 degrees, but was in
"excellent spirits even though
somewhat weak."
Ziegler said the President
would carry on his necessary
work from the hospital "while
resting and recuperating."


The President was driven to
the hospital in nearby
Maryland. He looked shaky as
":,'?"ad thesteptsdntot
elevator to the presidential
suite.
Press secretary Ronald L
Ziegler, who accompanied him
in the motorcade, said the
President had insisted on going
through his schedule for the
day, including meeting with his
staff, despite feeling ill and
running a high fever.
Among the other activities
Thursday, Nixon held a
one-hour conference with West
German Foreign Minister
Walter Scheel and spoke by
telephone with Sen. Sam J.
Ervin Jr., chairman of the

SenHaeealWater tea comm ttee
conference with his national
security adviser, Henry A.
Kissinger, before leaving for
the hospital.
Wednesday night, the
President met with a group of
10 conservative Republican
senators. Sen. Carl T. Curtis
(R., Neb.) who led the group
of senators, said afterward,
"The President looked well.
His mood was good."
Ziegler said the President
had called in his White House
physician, Dr. Walter Tkach, at
5:30 a.m., complaining of
discomfort in his right chest.
Preliminary examinations were
made and the President went
to work.
But in the evening at 6:30 or
7, Ziegler said, his doctors
decided he should be
hospitalized for a period of
about a week, Ziegler said.
Nixon was also accompanied
to the hospital by his chief of
staff, Alexander M. Haig Jr.
and a number of Secret Service
agents.
Ziegler said the 60-year old
President, who has bragged
about his good health, had not
been hospitalized since 1960,
when he injured his knee
hitting it on a car door during


JOHN N MITCHELL
...grilledbycommittee

STEWARD TELLS

HOW VARIS


PARIS (AP)- The pilot of the
Brazilian varig Boeing 707
crash landed the aircraft within
sight of Orly Airport becuase he
thought the crew could not last
another minute in the smoke-filled
lantejda survivor told newsmen
Alain Tersis, a French steward
who escaped uninjured from the
crush in which 117 passengers and
6 e aev died t7athe fi t pnu e
final minutes of the Rio de
Janeiro Paris flight.
t t it ac of h
outside the hospital room where
nine other crew including Capt.
ilbetr 4.Araujo da Silva are
"We were well into our descent
for landing. I called a crew member
to help me and we fought the
niel 'extinguishers.Alasit
Black smoke suddenly filled the
passenger cabin, he said. "I took
refuge up front just behind the
cockpit with two other crew. They
I ksont) becau ed of eir oxygen
damp towel on my face saved my
life."
asiiSf d liwdse e repl w in
oxygen masks available.
in the cockpitCapt.da Silva and
his officers threw open their slide
ivindit cand2 mkiltheir heads out
to gulp lungfulls of fresh air.
liut. said Tersis, as the plane
neared the runway they had no
more strength. The extra minute to
oridosul h dktiolegeth m.t
1)a Silva took the decision to crash
land in a field. he said-
As the aircraft slowed to a halt'
flant t errTsns the rear of the
Near fainting, he managed to
open the emergency door using his
shoulder and rolled out onto the
youndj rath scial information
about the progress of the inquiry
into the crash was being released,
but the 'black box' had been
dd intact, officials


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Clash may be over


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White House paper s

WASHINGTON (AP) John N. Mitchell said Thursday that if
President Nixon had asked about his and others' involvement in


SECURITY RISK'

CVP I
g g U

LONDON (AP) A Brt..,
commission reported I hurs1
two -- -, .xt. ...4
in 3 SEX SCandal With
prostitutes betrayed no state
secrets but one of them. I ura
Lambton, luid become
definite security risk.
In a report to Prime \hnistpr
lidward Heath the fivean
commission suitl n
5(v arl t)glo or tanr i

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become wide open to
blackmail' because of due
taking in a call girl's hoodoir
The Committee said that the
second member of patran.,
accused of using call girls, Lotu
Jellicoe, had not beconse a
security risk.
Jellicoe. 55, had been a
member of Ileath's Cabinet
and was government leader m
the House of Lords. I wice
married, he has seven children.
The security comms
under Lord Diplockajudge.is
a permanent body with the
so uritydarran 0 1 1 It v
asked by Heath five weeks ago
to check into the scandal that
11ad blown up around Lamhton
an icoe in order to
establish if secrets may have
been leaked directly
ind etlytopotentiulenemies
e can answer the question
categorically: No. the
commission reported.
SECURITY RISK
On a second issue subnutted
to the commission to:
investigation whethn the
two ministers by virtue of their
conduct had become see inti
risks the report said "We
find it necessary to
differentiate between the cases
of Lord Jellicoe and lord
Lambton. In the case of Lord
Jellicoe we should not hate
Considered it necessary on
security grounds that he ,5 uid
be derned further acc secret and top were
information. In the ,
Lord Lambton we should have
felt compelled to reconunend
that he should be denied such
access.
Turning to a third ni Her
whether existing ss urity
procedures are adequate the
commission said there at aids
is room for improvements


Nixon in hospital;


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,,
*

pneumoma -doctor s

WASHINGTON--(AP)- President Nixon entered Bethesda
Naval Medical Center Thursday night for treatment of what his
White House doctors diagnosed as viral pneumonia.




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Nexams ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
ContributirgEditorl972-
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRONM.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

EDITORIAL

On course!



By ETIENNE DUPUCH
I SPENT the last two weeks of "freedom" before
"independence" in Nassau. I \vas there on business.
When I left Nassau of my own choice on September 19th, ZNS
looked around for a reason. The only reason the commentator
could arrive at was that I must have been running away from
something. He couldn't understand anyone acting on principle.
Since I wasn't running away from anything and especially
since the Government has blocked our efforts to sell The Tribune
and permanently sever our connections with the islands I will
have occasion to return to Nassau for business reasons from time
to time,
********
This was an interesting visit. I did not make a serious
investigation of the situation in Nassau because it is no longer my
personal business but I came away with some very definite
impressions that I formed as a result of casual contacts which I
made, especially with merchants who are in contact with the
working class of people.
********
Now let us look at two sides of the coin.
First we will look at a small group of people who have
suddenly started to live like millionaires. When the Government
was changed six years ago these people had practically nothing.
Some of them couldn't pay their house rent. Now they give the
impression of being wealthy.
It is known, of course, that the first thing the new breed of
politicians did was to vote themselves high salaries . they are
among the highest paid politicians in the world . perhaps the
highest paid if the small population of the islands is considered
as a factor. They also gave themselves heavy entertaining
allowances which some have collected in advance, making it
literally a part of their salaries. Some of these allowances have
since been increased on two occasions, once without prior House
of Assembly approval, and once soon after heavy taxes were
imposed on the people. .
The May issue ofReader's Digest published an article on John
Diefenbaker, a former Prime Minister of Canada, whom they
described as "Politician Extraordinary". The occasion for this
article was the completion of thirty-three years in the Canadian
parliament, where he served for a time as Prime Minister.
"During an austerity period in 1962," the article stated, "Dief
personally ordered a $1,000 cut in the operating subsidy of his
own residence. His expense accounts on state visits would have
put the average city alderman to shame."
And this is the difference. Dedicated public men give to life ...
the other kind of public men take all they can get and give as
little as possible in return.
********
But it goes deeper than that. The men who now control the
country must have a remarkable genius for finance ... not public
finance because the country sinks steadily deeper in debt. But they
seem to be whiz-bangs where personal finance is concerned.
Some of these men and their families are buying businesses and
extravagant houses. I am told that a recent acquisition was for over
half a million dollars.
Until a few years ago only one Rolls Royce was in the
Bahamas. This was a second hand machine at Freeport, owned by
millionaire Jack Hayward, better knwon as "Union Jack".
Now I am told that there are over a dozen in the island and the
prospect for future sales is so good that the agent now keeps a
machine on exhibition in his display room. One of them was
recently sold right off the floor!
This is all very remarkable. If it is being done on credit it is
remarkable. If it is being done from "earnings", then it is still
more remarkable because, with a few exceptions, the only
business of some of these men is politics.
In many countries the people would be concerned by this
trend, especially at a time of unemployment and increasing taxes.
I have not sounded out public reaction to this extraordinary
situation. But I have talked with a friend who has made a private
investigation.
He tells me that he finds the people completely different.
They seem to feel that this is normal practice. I wonder how true
this can be.
********
Now let us look at the other side of the coin and see how the
"grass roots" . on whom PLP power has been built . are
faring.
*The hotels are losing money. As a result they are reducing
overhead. This means cutting staff.
*I' am told by management of the Wometco Theatre chain in
Nassau that their business has dropped by 50 percent. As a result,
they have closed down two theatres that were patronized mostly
by working people.
*The Chinese restaurants have closed down and some Chinese
families that have been in Nassau for over 50 years have pulled up


roots and left the islands. All over the world it is said that when
the Chinese move out of an area, that is the beginning of the end.
*I talked with two friends who have shops that cater to
working class people. They both told me that their business is not
only down but that the people who now come into their shops
are rough and demanding, with little or no money to spend.
*Thousands of skilled workmen are still unemployed because
of the collapse of the building trades.
*And from the Out Islands come reports that the people are
having a very difficult time.
********
This is an extraordinary situation. At one end of the line a
small group of politicians have become the new elite in the
nation. From apparent poverty six years ago some now have the
appearance of wealthy lords of the realm.
At the other end of the line are the poor working people
vno evidently did well under the former Government but who
are now passing through a period of financial stress.
And, in spite of it all I'm told by a friend who sounded out
public opinion, that the "grass roots" are happy.
********
But are they really happy?
Ten thousand working people demonstrated on labour Day. In
the past the main speeches of the day were made by Ministers of
the Government.
On this occasion, not a single politician was invited even to
attend the parade. And those who did failed to be recognized by
the crowd.
One of the speakers, president of a powerful union, declared
that they were better off under a white Government than under


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their present black rulers.
How can the two reports be reconciled?
I interpret this situation to mean that the "grass roots" may
not object to their leaders getting a big slice of the cake but they
feel that they want a big slice too.
This means that, because of the grasping example set by some
members of Government, just about every level of life in the
community today is on the grab.
I cannot think of any more unhealthy condition in any society.
********
At the moment, we seem to be developing a social structure
very similar to that of Haiti.
But, as I have said on many occasions lately ... I have set my
own course and I won't presume to tell other people how to
order their lives,
As long as I write this column, however, it will be my job to
tell my readers the simple truth. They can take it or leave it.
That's their business.
********
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: Since writing this article I talked
with the owner of one of the large dry cleaning and laundering
plants in the island.
He told me that his business has just about collapsed. There is
still some dry cleaning work but the laundry business has almost
disappeared. Laundry was the largest part of the operation.
This plant, which formerly employed a large number of
Bahamians, is now operating on a skeleton staff. He told me that
one of the branches of another major laundry had been closed
down because of poor business
Asked for an explanation he attributed it to several causes.
*The hotel business has fallen off.
*Business from yachts has not only fallen off but it is of a
lower standard.
*The evacuation of a large slice of the expatriate colony, who
were among his best customers.
******
Just before I left Nassau on my last visit to the island I went to
see an old friend who is a Belonger.
The last time I saw him he had just built a quarter million
dollar house of which he was very proud. This seemed a strange
thing for him to do at the time because the economy was then
already on the decline.
"I've just made a trip around the world," he told me, "and
Nassau is still the best place." He said this because he knew that I
felt he had been unwise in making such an investment at that
time.
The purpose of this trip, he told me, was because he wanted to
see the world for himself before he sunk so much money into a
house.
It was a different story this time. He is closing down his
business and moving with his family to Canada where they have
been accepted as immigrants.
********
It's fine for people to dance and sing and shout about their
new power but the situation in the country is serious . far more
serious than even many intelligent people want to admit.
There must be a day of reckoning .. and soon,
This will be a sad day.

What the Government fails to realize is that every time a house
is closed down by departing families . every time a business
curtails its operation or closes down entirely . every time an
investor turns away from the Bahamas . this means that
Bahamian people are losing jobs that are not being replaced with
anything new.
The Government seems concerned with promoting Bahamians
at the top . often to jobs for which they are not yet prepared.
it is like the buildings they have erected with borrowed money.
They point to these glamour activities and say to the people:
"See what we have done for you".
But it's the grass roots the working people who are.
suffering while the leaders go around with their heads in the
clouds . and money jingling in their pockets.
********
I have been called the prophet of doom. Call me what you like
but the cold blooded fact is that I am the purveyor of the kind of
truth God Almighty likes,
As long as I wnte this column I refuse to fall in line with
empty dreams and false hopes. I bring my readers the hard facts
oflife.
And, as I have said on more than one occasion, my business is
to print the truth. The Bahamian people can take it or leave it.
That's their business


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Frdy, July 13, 1973.


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EDITOR. The Tribune,
Upon the appointment of
Leonard J. Knowles as Chief
Justice of the Bahamas, one
cannot help but upon
considering this great reform in
the procedure of appointment
of men in the judiciary, also
consider the other avenues in
the very wide legal profession
needing consideration.
It was very welcoming to the
ear indeed to hear Mr.
Johnstone. upon welcoming
the Chief Justice on behalf of
the Bar, make mention of the
administration of Bahamian
Justice. When one considers
the depth of the conservatism

ailic e sn fotr d o n
that he perhaps offended many
outstanding gentlemen of the
Bar who hate the idea of
leaving the jealously-guarded
procedures of the English
supreme court and for which
they will substitute none other
even if it means the
non-development or the
der-devellopament of a

the a s eg teBuderving
people. amian
It may at this time be
appropriate to consider the
very means by which the
English Law is received here.
Basically one sees ad verbatim
1.e. receiving statutes exactly as
they were drafted in the
English Pa rli ament .


to less touchy grounds and
eased the mind nodoubtof
both Bench and Bar by making
a few jokes fearing perhaps
that he might have offended
the gentlemen and ladies of the
Bar who so jealously guard the
English Law from alteration.
for it is upon this that their
families do eat bread
Is it an inferior complex in
our society that has hindered
the development of law to
more fully serve our needs?
Why have the men who
excelled at the Bar failed to
implement measures or tight
for measures to more
adequately fulfti the needs of
this society?
Men well qualified to
spearhead reforms have to

ft e Ik r ttitled tin in el e
should they attempt to
formulate a local unit it will be
branded inferior because it I
from the region. But it is nov,
time for these men to at least
try the formation of this unit
The substantive and procedural
rules need to be changed to tit

lo lzneeds hilsenticessa tetr
of the U.K. are snowe
experiences, winters in the
Bahamas are cool-breely
experiences far from snow.
With the appointment et
Leonard J. Knowles as Chic1
Justice of the Bahamas it is me
opinion that Bahamians will
not continue to be indifferer
visa vis the profession. As th

people wills be wi ching
any to effect some re for n
which ar. very much needed in
the profession. These reforms
should aim at the effectil
implementation of measure,
regarding all as equal in the
balance of justice thus
providing the non victimisava
of minorities.


Furthermore one is able to see
laws received with slight
alterations to fit the needs of
the local recipients and one
may also make mention of the
bulk of law brought over by
settlers inhabiting these islands.
It is essential to realize that the
Law as it has developed over
the years has not centered
around the needs of the bulk
of the population i.e. it has,
among other things. not taken
into consideration the high
note of illegitimacy in the
islands thus not affording full

id ssue ssiott ot such
wedlock
The Bahamas like all other
newly independent nations
throwing off the yoke of
Colonialism, will be given the
chance of either continuing to
apply English Law or
developing its laws so as to
serve the needs of the
community fully. The question
to be asked now is what route
will tetake/ther independent

countries of the Caribbean,
Jamaica. Barbados. Guyana
and Trinidad have altered their
legal systems very slightly.
Among the aforementioned the
most radical has no doubt been
Guyana who has appointed her
own ultimate Court of Appeal


and has discarded the
supremacy of the Privy
Council. The Bahamas, one
may note, has retained the
Privy Council as its ultimate
Court of Appeal.
With a Bahamian Chief
Justice at the Bench one is
indeed looking forward to
seeing changes in both the
substantive and procedural
laws of the sovereign Bahamas.
This may be achievable with
some liberal mindedness on the
part of both Bench and Bar.
But considering the present
conservatism of the present
system one cannot help but
come to a perhaps premature
nclusi nn t eMn PfruMuwillO

noted politician-barrister was
quoted as saying that there is
no legal profession without the
wig and gown. These apparel
worn by the personnel of the
Bar serve no more than
ceremonial purposes. Perhaps
they do achieve some ends as
Tunaiithe acesomplishmentb
it is indeed false to ever believe
that they aid the advocate in
gaining perfection at the
practising of the law which is
the most important factor at
hand
Some may criticism this view
but the development of a
regional legal system is
no doubt the remedy to so
long depend t AveoopMeo

laws received in the region
were drafted by the U.K
parliament for use by the
people of the U.K. With the
creation, therefore, of a
regional court of appeal one
may see the gradual
introduction of law indigenous
to the region.

maThe evil t nst ofinefot"
implementation due to


criticism by colleagues or
victimisation in a profession
where jealousy and ethics are
prevalent. Present practitioners
should aid the present law
student as much as possible. He
ought to forget about the
student coming solely to
challenge his position but
should regard him as one
coming to contribute much to
a newly formed legal system. It
is necessary for practitioners to
realize that the profession is
one dealing with justice for
those who are unable to say for
themselves what they would
ave at they been duly
qua to say it effectively.

the fore nat aok taedvanshou
Haitians simply because many
of them are unfamiliar with the
laws of the land, and charge
them high fees for slight
advice..etc.
Legal aid should take a more
effective form so as to allow
those unable to pay for legal
services to de ndeupo nu h

the courts.
Mention should lastly be
made of the need for the
publishing of Bahamian Law
Reports. In a system depending
so heavily on case law one may
see clearly that unless some
form of reporting becomes
effective the dependence on
I ng cases wi ow tfaltiew

descent rom w proae tor
hazardous to Bahamian legal
development.
Lastly. pertaining to Mr.
Johnstone's remark about
Bahamian Justice.
One upon hearing him
venture on such touchy
grounds sort of wondered how
ol ng he would continue to


authorities would use thew
common sense and good
judgment.
I would strongly advise the
proper authorities not to push
this business of having an
Import Licence when
clearing goods on Request

Ordeh "Request Order shows
the invoice amount, plus the
Customs Officer stamps and
signs the number of invoices
given
When the entry goes to
Customs for processing it is
examined very carefully by the

a hne i off r:Un 1)nte
ivith that of the "Import
Licence" so why complicate
matters more than they are.
Mr. Monetary Authority You
are there to solve problems not
complicate them any further
The only way your most
recent ruling will work: if your
department decides to station

asto scepos t act an e e
processing of "Import
Licenses". If not there is gain,
to be one big hell of a bungling
at your present location
Not onli will it be
bunghng: but your department
will undoubted 1 s
inconvenience the pubbe
badly that there is going to be

urb 1101 ill s lott 0 e
the public, who is put ting
aloney into the Treasur\. can
only take so much.
Thanking you in advance for
listening to my advice
B. E. BASTION. JR.


should sit down amicably with
the merchants a nd
representatives of the Chamber
of Commerce and work out
agreements on such important
matters, which affect the very
root of our economy.
I for one do not agree with

rnanbe gthe upi Irulings t e
heads of the various
Government departments to be
dished out to the public
immediately. For example.
there is a list from the Ministry
of Agriculture and Fisheries
which stipulates various items
that are restricted. Among
tnem are such items as pigeon
peas, pineapple and lima beans
In my opinion the above
mentioned goods should never

haavembeen restrichteech for til
a very short period flood the
market and afterwards the\
hardly could be found.
Why not the Ministry
concerned impose a high rate
of duty on these goods, when
they are in abundance. Now if
the importers and the public

8stp cf da tigr spria
well and good. In the
meantime the Public Treasury
would be so much richer,
because of the higher rate of
duty imposed on such items.
I for one do not like the idea
of restrictions on any imported
goods; not at this point and
time, because the Bahamas has

p destanb ish d tseltUasila an
time, I wish that the proper


EDITOR, The Tribune
I would be grateful if this
letter could be published in
your paper so that I can
express myself concerning
some important things that
have happened and are
happening in the arena of
Government.
in our country today most
of our goods are imported; and
this covers a very general range.
Since we rely so much on

ibn orted g ods, ou eve e
from such goods
I have made these points to
show how important it is for
Our revenue by these goods.
The Monetary Department,
which is an independent body
of Government, has just come

o d tth1aa memoics ting that
%Request Opder" pmust
have an Import Licence before
Customs can give the clearance.
Most of the big importers
have what is known as a "ten
days bond", whereby they can
clear their goods and have their
entry processed within that
pe s goo elaus t

perishables without undue
delay: thus preventing such
things as pilferage to a greater
extent and destruction of
goods by means of being spoilt.
When the entry is processed
the "Import Licence" is
attached to the entry so that
the Customs department could
scrutmiaztedhe irwot 'alms

Licence" to see whether they
agree -
I have made tlus
observation, so as to point out
that when an "Import
Licence" is given the Customs
department knows whether
what the entry calls for is
correct or not.
Since this can be done so
effectively by Customs during
the processing of the entry,

o bcul mtphl cimporte sh tih
the Monetary Authority trying
to prove?
Most goodsareaccompanied
S f
amin ice lane TpvoesseMia
with a cargo of meats at 3:30
p.m. It reaches the
International Airport in Nassau
at 4 o'clock. By the time the
plane is through clearing
Customs it is about 4:15 p.m.
If the importer has to get an
Import Licence" before he
can clear that shipment on his

mTen Dh s sBi nt itdwoulad
would have to rot in the
airport cargo shed until 9:30
a.m. the following morning
when the Monetary Authority
is opened to the public for
business.
.1 think Government, along
with the Monetary Authority,


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Honest labour bears a lovely face.
-THOMAS DEKKER
********
it is wonderful for politicians when they are dealing with
people who are easily fooled because they are blind to the truth
hv cancerous prejudices.
-DUPUCH


Mro Gribtme


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JacksonviBe.
WEATHER
Wind : South to
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Weather: Mainly fair
Sea: Smooth
Temp: Min, tonight 76
Max. tomorrow 90.


Bahamas firm first to use new technique of insect control here
By DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
SUN. SAND AND SEA are the ever present qualities promoted
in advertisements for the Bahamas. Roaches and their many
relations are not part of the promotional picture obviously but
their unchecked presence can do much to counteract the
beneficial aspects of the life style in the Bahamas.


Tropical Exterminators have
a new weapon in the war
between Man and Roach a
technique that might very well
prove to be as near as science
has got to providing a final
solution.
This new technique was
conceived by Daniel M. Stout
of Whitmire Re search
Laboratories Inc., Saint Louis.
Missouri fourteen years ago
but. according to Mr. Stout,
who recently paid a visit to
Tropical Exterminators on
Dowdeswell Street to oversee
the introduction of his
technique, was not put into
effect then because it was too
advanced.
thelrop al cl xt rrnna ors th
.
"
although many companies in
the USA are using this new

E': a b
This new treatment is called
IL L V w he el u
the insect must be diluted
atnl ifiter or tnaenntoiWi
U.L.V. the chemical is diluted
with flourocarbon which when
under pressure in the hands of
1 spes ont It
to the air changes from a liquid
nt trab s whthreriroach e
cee uraitneT ins itai e ra
than the weak diluted kind
The 11 FO)(dRACaKpSplication
enti chemical is inserted by a fine
beic tow erthe track riand
.
popualtlon live. If five hundred
roaches are deposited in your
kitchen within seconds they 11
be all out of sight having found
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excursions for food and water
which they need to survive.
The larger the kitchen e.g.,
hotels and restaurants the larger
the population of roaches it
can support. And, of course

tp )pl tsorhygtehneeal r d e
colony of roaches become.
Mr. Stout emphasized the
importance of commercial
institutions within a tourism
economy such as our's
employing a total programme
of insect control. Hotels,
:"t...adeco my that
trying to get away with the
minimal in pest control are

ai up ca ocuo teRoac
pe 4 oa lertideiforts of
U Vwasisal temp ath
itself but is used in
conjunction with other
methods including the
elementary practice of hygiene.
Recently it was brought to the
attention of parliament that
mir ollo sbeal ianT n
standard of hygiene. For large
commercial institutions a high
standard of hygiene and
garbage disposal together with
a total programme of pest
nttroll areofessent I foirnste
po 01 oi but nobody wants
to share his dinner with a
colony of roaches.

CANCOEULLLEDVISITEBECAUESEEN
LONDON (AP)--Buckingham
Palace announced Thursday
President Joseph Mobutu of the
Zaire Republic will make a state
visit to Britain December 11 to 14.



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SOME OF THE 32 children who graduated from Wee
Wisdom Kindergarten recently shown with Mr. John
Ramsey, Administrator, and class teacher Mrs. Nancy
Pinder in risar.



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we(IRArDUATIO eld exercise
students of Wee Wisdom
Kindergarten School.
The graduation class, led by
Mrs Nancy Pinder and Miss
Joan Mackey, teachers of the
school, presented a programme
co itinclofksongsrecitatio
the Bible, the "Gospel Hand
There was also a spelling bee
by Marlon Johnson, reading by
Michael Dean and the telling of
the time by Chet Roberts
ad urnistratJohn of Ramst
Christ thaolp and R Cah

graduates with certificates h
The students wore brig t
seelgownstahnede r na d
graduates were. Gabrielle
Clark, lan Adderley. Gene
Calmer, Michael Dean, Charles
Mountfort. Marney Pinder


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Chr tina (laLewis. RolTeamm
David Russell
Patrick Curtis Sheryl
Ferguson. Hal Tynes. Vaughan
Ferguson, Joycelyn Moss
Kelly Watkins, Pamela Lowe
Susie Chan. Paulette Frazier
ahtrightRo at\ Swerra
Rachael Bullard. Clifford
Sevmour and Dionne Knowles

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NORMAL FOR JUNE

weTEMPERtATURES in Nassa
month of June, according to
the Meteorological Office.
alt r tedandwitsun we riaon
thunderstorms caused by
tropical waves affecting the
s rouglands th hout the month
Winds were generally light

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1970 Fiat 124 Stick Shift
1967 Mercury Cougar Green, V8, Automatic
1972 Vauxhall Firenza Blue, Stick Shift
1964 Lincoln Continental White, Nice interior
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1966 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Black
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (AP)
- Gale Ann Benson was brutally
< ut t{did 3ix Jr d

r-yes el ngliMand orceeof the
Ou ni2 the pmse ut
before her burial in a makeshift
grave was one straight through the
throatwilthaem he .Abbott, 35,
and Steve Chadee, 31.
Abdul Malik, former London
I Tn ekd 1 tl e ,t ed m
eMatu barher, but has appealed to
Britqin's Privy Council against
constatonit same trial Abbott was
found guilty of manslaughter and
jailed for 20 years.
Mi le ruirsd dn bra

a cdam s 3
ngSh inardammarnHakim Jamel
Jamal, an American, was
assassina< i eintheasso soja .3 'CI
murder as an execution by an
extremist group called, the 'Mau
Mau.
Fifteen witnesses have been
summoned in the Benson case

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B~ahamias, emnerginig as a ntew
nation at th~is timec Isno
ecep~ltiol Lto th~is as is e~videcnt
inl its national anthem hich
exhiorts its citizens to "miarch
con to, glory your bright banners
waving high".
it behoves us, therefore t
this time to stop anid ponder
carefully the questions. what is
gpet ness a to dW at m~akes a

aspire to in our desire to be a
great little nation? '
Now, in the case of nations
greatness is usually conceived
of in terms of three factors



UPHOLSTER BSIERVIC


Phon 2-68 P.O. Box N86 a t erCalteS.


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Friday, July 13, 1973.


By J. EMMETTE WEIR
"And I will make of thee a
great nation"
Gen. I 2 2
"Righteousness exalteth a
nation; but sin is a reproach to
any people"
Prov. 14 34
ONE of the most significant
developments of modern tunes
is the emergence of new

at olns. hes natit < < luarynif
natural resources and history.
have one thing in common
the desire to be great, to show
themselves worthy of a place
of recognition in the world.




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mihtary might. political pow
and influence, economy
development. These are all ve
important But are they t
only criteria by whi
greatness is to be measured?
True greatness is not to
found only in military migh
for it has led to mu
destruction and suffering in t
past. foday man has at h
disp
know it. Nor can greatness
measured only in terms
political influence a
economic development.
There is another factor to
taken into consideration
thilingottheegrtetemof

the development of its citize
as human beings and to t
development of mankind. Th
means that not only t
"Super powers" can be gre
but that every nation,
matter how small, can ma
son lain to rea Tecs
the people of a small count
on the shores of t
Mediterranean man\ century
ago Israel. In popular term
as a small nation, a "buff
state" in the grip of the Gre
"Super Powers" of antiquity.
was not great. It based its clai
to greatness on the Divi
Promise to Abraham.
I under, "I will make of th
a great nation".
Those in Israel who thoug
of greatness in popular twi
were wnuantis rebuked by
prophets and Wise Men. Israe
role was essentially religious
So the writer of Prover
declares: "Righteousne
exalteth a nation: but sin is
reproach to an\ people
Significantli. the wo
translated exalteth mea
literally in Hebrew 'to ma
great". Thus the prophet se
greatness in terms of the mo
qualities of its people. And
we aspire to be a great natio
we must seek to develop t
lives, the minds, the outlook
our people. Let us then thi


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Swiss gather to meet their state delegate
A COCKTAIL PARTY for the Swiss nationals residing in the Bahamas was hosted by
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Merger on July 11 in honour of H. E. Dr. Keller, Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Bahamas independence Celebration.
Ambassador Keller had visited the Bahamas three years ago in his former capacity of
Swiss Ambassador to the Court of St. James. The gathering took place on the pool patio
at the Pilot House featuring especially prepared Swiss food. From left to right: Mr. H
Schenk, Mrs. Schenk, Ambassador Keller, Mrs. Merger, Dr. J. J. Merger, manager &
director Credit Suisse (Bahamas) Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Schenk, manager & manageress
of the Pilot House.


families grow stronger, the
nation as a whole will become
greater. The welfare of the
nation and the welfare of its
families are closely related.
H on esty, responsible
citizenship, stable family life
these all are essential for
nation-building. But how can
these be achieved? The people
of a nation need an ideal. a
vision of greatness, faith in
God if they are to practise
honest\. to be responsible and
secure
Throughout the ages debates
as to relations between Church
and State have been carried on.
And in the Bahamas today the
role of the Church is again
being seriously considered; and
this is good. We cannot go into
all the "pros and cons" of this
issue here But we must
remember that there has never
existed a great nation or a
civilitation without some form
of religion. Christian or pagon,
primitive or advanced.
And we recall that in the
shaping of the Bahamas in the
past the Christian faith has
been a very important force.
Moreo\cr. it is expected that
this will be the case in the
future. For in the White Paper
it is stated that "the principles
which will govern the welfare
and orderly development" of
our country are in
"democracy, Christianity, and
the rule of law". (White Paper.
paragraph 141).
Let us then devote ourselves
to making ours a great nation.
Let us pledge to excel
"through love and unity '. And
while we strive to bring about a
greater degree of prosperity\ tor
all its peoples, let us, trusting
in God, seek to promote
honesty responsib le
citizenship and stable family
I;fe.


ri .of those qualities which are
he essential for nation building
es honest 1 respon si b le
s, citizenship, stable fa mill life
er and faith in God.
at 'Righteousness means in
it its simplest sense "straight" or
m "upright it refers to that
ne quality of sincerity (sometimes
its called common sense ethics")
ee which we admire and readily
recounite in actions of
ht kindness and consideration for
ns others \nd we need to see
its honest\ Jemonstrated in all
l's the affairs of our emerging
s. nation political, social,
bs econom:
ss "Sin a Indeed a reproach
a to an\ people And it is our
own social sins that will hinder
ul our progress as a people The
ns high inculence of crime. the
ke traffic in dope. indiscipline on
es the part of children in our
ral schools hole to be dealt with
as seriously if we are to become a
n. great nation There must be a
he constant urging bi the leaders
of of Church and State to
nk encomage our people to be
kind and considerate to others,
to be courteous to our visitors
and honest in all their dealings.
There 1 a real need for
responstal eimenshi,! stan?
are annous to enjoy the
philleges of estizenship: but
are thei also prepared to face
and hear its .e-p...ns.I ib..'
(he words of the late John
I itigerald Kennedy are most
relevant to us as a people at
this time "ask not what your
country can do for 100; but
what you can do for your
country".
So often we hear people
asking the question "What I
the Government doing about
it? "or" What is the Church
doing about it?" or "What is
the Press saying about it?" But


when we ask these questions'
we must be aware of the fact
that the government, church
and all organitutions of society
are composed of us as citizens.
And ultimately, it is the
responsibility of us all to do
something about improving
conditions under which we
like and move and have our
being". .
The materialism of many of
progress only in terms of their
own gain has to be overcome.
it is essential that more of us
give our time in voluntary
organizations, especially those
dedicated to the development
of qmth the Boy s Brigade'
lbws Scouts, Girl Guides. Red

And we must show respect
:or our national symbols the
ily, the national flower. For
>ur attitude to these symbols
rethets our attitude to
ourselves and our country. We
must pray (in the words the
national anthem of a sister
Caribbean country) "teach us
true respect for all .
it has often been said 'a
Chain in no stronger than its
iveakest link". Now the links
which form the chain or any
nation are its families. And. nt>
nation can be great without
stable family life!
What is the state of family
life in the Bahamas now? Rev
Colin Archer of Abaco has
observed that the number of
children reported as killed on
our highways reflects a general
neglect of children in our
society. And there are
indications that the rate of
divorce is on the increase.
liere again, the leaders of
Church and State are called
upon to promote family life as
much as possible. For as the


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my husband really liked him.
Ib g chad never happened, but & HMbc
DEAR IN: Your neighbor is both safest and eMidish to
bear a grudge against your husband for something yea dM.
Perhaps if you were to let him know that yea sad yee
alone reported him it might help. [P. S. He may be a goet
mighbor, but no "reasonable" man taras a .25 ea a dog.]
DEAR ABBY: I have a gentleman friend who is 15
years my senior. fl am a widow.] My girl friend [another
widow] and I were seeing him off at the airport after be
had visited me
Just before he left he kissed me goodbye, then he took
$20 out of his wallet and handed it to me, saying, "I didn't
know what to buy you. Get yourself something.
I became very angry and said, "That's an insult. I
don't charge for my kisses
He became angry and departed on that note.
My girl friend said I was wrong to have acted that way
because he didn't really mean to insult me by offering m*
money. I can't imagine any gentleman thinking it would be
all right to offer money to a lady
Was I wrong? Or should he be excused because he was
raised in Italy? WONDERING
DEAR WONDERING: He should have been excused set
because he was raised in Italy, but because he probaMy
meant well. You should have accepted his somewhat clam*
sy gesture with grace.
DEAR ABBY: I am a 30-year-old divorced woman. No
children. I have some vacation time coming and want to go
to Europe with a friend of mine. He is a very nice person.
We are just good friends, with no romantic involvement. In
fact, he has no interest in women. He and his roommate
[another fellow] just broke up after a two-year relationship.
This fellow would pay his own way and I would pay
mine. We both like museums and art galleries, and I am
sure we would have a great time together.
If either one of us met someone attractive on the trip,
the other would understand, and we could go our separate
ways of an evening.
My mother thinks I am out of my mind, Abby. She says
for me to go on a trip with this fellow wouki be bad for my
reputation, and it would "disgrace" her.
How do you feel about it? ONLY A FRIEND
DEAR ONLY: What's "disgraceful" about good frleads
vacationing together? You're an adalt. Do as yea please.
DEAR ABBY: I have just won $500 in a contest, and
my husband is furious because I told him I am going to
give the money to our church. Our church is in dire need of
funds for an important project. I prayed hard to somehow
get the money for this project, so when I saw this contest
advertised I entered it. I made a promise to God that if I
won the contest, I would give the money to the church.
My husband doesn't believe in God, and says a promlae
like that means exactly nothing. He says I am crazy for
feeling the way I do and be thinks we should spend tta
money on things we need for ourselves. I must admit we
could use it right now, but I feel it w the power of prayer
that brought us that money and it be to the church.
My husband is barely speaking to me. Abby, we honor
commitments to people. Why not to God? What shall I do?
CONTEST WINNER IN N. Y.
DEAR WINNER: You won the money and it's years, a
give it to the church if you wish.
DEAR ABBY: I am a 14-year-old boy with a question
to ask you. What do you think of long hair on a boy?
My father is so old fashioned it's pitiful. He thinks it a
boy has long hair, he is on drugs or something. He make
me wear my hair real short, and I feel like a freak. Abby,
I wouldn't think of taking drugs, but I want to be one of the
crowd How can I get my father to let me wear my hair a
little longer? GEORGIA PEACB
DEAR PEACH: I think it's what is IN a head that is
important-not what is ON it. I see nothing wrong with leag
hair if it's kept clean and neat. However, a sign of mated-
ty is being able to play by the rules. Don't nag or whtee.
When your father notices your maturity, he may change his
mind.
CONFIDENTIAL TO "HUNGRY FOR LOVE" IN RU-
RAL VALLEY: A woman likes-ladeed "aeeds"-to be told
that she is loved. And I will let yea in on another note-
well-kept secret. So does a man. So, if yea want to be loved
jgypy
Problems? You'H feel better if yes get It aff year chest.
For a personal reply, wrlte to ABBY: Bez No. GSIM, L. A.,
calit. ***65. Eaclose stamped, self.addressed eaatep*,
please.


ENTIRELY NE W DECOR



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 ISLAND


* * . ..
SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY g
MATINEE 3:00 & 5:00 WH
gyygpy ygg g a p gy n
ru arson I HL n v an

1 Starr in g
LLOYD BRIDGES ANDREW KEIR gg

Except Sat Matinee. Evening 9 00 Phone 2-1004 2 100555 NOW SHOWING g
5 Sunday Matinee 3 00 & 5 00 Evening 9:00
I .
5
ll

noo on .suses
ano ou nuse
$DEER g
GE;/NTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES
PAREXT4L DISCRET/O AD USED
Reservations not claimed by 8:45, will be sold
on first come, first served basis.


I Saturday Matinee Only Saturday Only
Matinee Starts at 2 15 Continuous Showings

Guy Stockwell Doug McClure "BEAU GESTE" PG from 3

5 PLUS 'TERROR IN THE
"RIDE TO HANGMAN S JUNGLE" PG.

1 TREE" PG Robert Burns
Jack Lord Fawn Silver am

I e------ PLUS
Starts Saturday Night 9:00 "HILLYBILLYS IN THE
Sunday Matinee at 1:15 & 4:10 HAUNTED HOUSE"
Evening 9:00
1 Lon Chaney
"THE GODFATHER" R John Carradine m

1 Marlon Brandon AI Pacmo PLUS Latae Fle re
1No one under 17 will he admitted.
Phone 2-2534

5 1
'

1 SA TUR DA Y M AT INEE ON LY
MATINEE STAh TS AT 2 15
1 "INCIDENT AT PHANTOM HILL"
Starring

I ROBI RI 11 L L1 R JO(T LYN LANE
-PLUS- m

"BLACK BEAUTY II
Starring
MARK LESTER WALTER SLEZAK
1 5
NOW SHOWING
Except Sat Matinee. Evening 8:30 'Phone 3-4666 I
Sunday Continuous from 5 p.m.

. . . . g

sum




g g

g 5
"K" for Karate. of L
PLUS -
Yul stynner in "Invitation To A Gunfighter" PG.
SUGGESTED FOR MA TURE AUDIENCES
PARENTAL DISCRETION AD VISED


plus
Dancing to the rhythm of

TONY SEYMOUR
and the Nightbeaters


: 8 8 0


Friday, July 13, 1973.


ti hw tNteo W die leb re
of Willard Patton Primary. In
the Family Islands the prize
went to Sandra Taylor of
Barraterre, Exuma. Runner up
was Miss M. Pintard of Duncan
Town, Ragged Island.
To date the raffle has
to i 07ap imat
$16,500.

Rises 5:03 a.m.
Sets 2:55 p.m.
SUN
Rises 5:27 a.m.
Sets 7:03 p.m.


In first position was Willard
Patton Primary. In second
position was St. Thomas
More. Deserving of special
mention was C. I. Gibson
Junior High.
Family Islands:
First position went to Rum
and ient h s

special mention were:
Cherokee Sound, Abaco,
Lower Deadman's Cay, Long
Island and Marsh Harbour.
Abaco.
There was also a
competition between the
children of the schools to see
who would sell the most


FOLLOWING are the
winners of the raffle, in aid of
the National Museum and
Research Centre, which took
place at the Bahamas Teachers'
College on July 4. Mrs.
Lavingstone Coakley wife of
the Hon. Minister of Education

we to e a o
Street with ticket number
3018.
Second prize: A Honda
Scooter, went to Ann M.
Taylor of Lily of the Valley
Corner with ticket number
34962.
Third prize: Two return
tickets to Luxembourg, went
to Susan Smith of Hatchet
Bay, Eleuthera with ticket
numbe Ir e: A television


set, went to Veronique
Adderley of Sandy Point.
Abaco, with ticket number
2685.
Fifth prize: A ladies/gents
wrist watch went to D.
Edwards of Poinciana Avenue
with ticket number 14126.

S hC ret
Andros with ticket number
29264.
Ticket holders are requested
to bring their tickets to the
Bahamas Teachers' College.
During the raffle there was a
competition between the
schools to see which one would
sell the most tickets. This was
calculated on the basis of the
school population and the
results were ias follows:


Man who shot at dog


lS HO good n eig hb or
.
By Abagal Van Buren
a im w anage Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I reported a neighbor to the sheriffs
office when I saw him shooting at a dog in his yard with a
.22 rifle. I probably should have complained directly to the
a el a ed n an ood neighbor. But I
The neighbor hates dogs in his yard because he takes
pride in his beautiful yard, and works on it constantly.
Now this neighbor is angry at me and my husband'
which is my problem. He and my husband used to be good
friends, but he hasn't even spoken to my husband since I
reported him four months ago.
I feel terrible about ruining their relationship because


F '


Have no fear...
the Count is here



#0.1 Bay Street


TON IGH T


with his all-Bahamian revue


o11 1). a.. IInnous rOIacco CO.


Elle Ediliatt


'Bab Of South Street wins Avenger car


HA DD H
H/IKK H
AT THE

ANCHOR A GE HO TE L

DAILY 5:30 TO 7:00 P.M.

DANCING ON THE PATIO TO
THE MUSIC OF THE JB'S
ALL DRINKS 0.90c.


Ify it JOU E & El


IN A


IEither way, new crush-lproof box or regular pack, ,


3NKSMI




I


h rIbun


friday, July 13, 1973


LL


13


ie


lers


Bank


Bahamas Commonwealth


invites you to


Cele brate, Ce leb rate


at thre Somestia Beach


Friday,


,July


5:30 p.m.


to 8 p.m.


14, July


Food, Drinks, Dancing, Cames .. .


Music by:


& the Ramb


Ronn


Rupert & the Ro


Cy Roberts


ing Coins,


Everybody Welcome to Celebrate, Celebrat~e


MEARED .











Friday, July 13,t,3873.


8~Qb Whr Grbitti


SECT

NOME
C10460
PORT NO PROPERTY at Gr
ioned, Bahama, owned by the'
d Milton Martin, can be
wit rRT o PNNEY e

LUCILLE ANDERSO
w


/CL ASS IFIED





uI


__


C10424
FOR SAL
LOT PYFROM'S A
60 by 100 only $58
arranged. DIAL 223
22033.
C10420 FOR SAL

WOODLAND OFF
ROAD Spacious
two corners, has tw
lots. Fruited. 20 x
PATIO. Area for t
servants quarters,
generator, Central
water problems. H
BEDROOMS 2V2
9ti 5diT 20003


FM RE
C10407
HIGHLAND P
"Wi LD TAMARIN
storey, two
town-house avai
sub-lease. Facilities
furnishingnten rc

private landscaped
and recreational
swimming pool.
gardener inclusive.
C10442
4 BEDROOMS.
un furnished
airconditioned, d
garage, telephone
-
Gardens. Telephone
C10349

FaFr t OnRaTB
Inquire 4-2017.
C10346
4500 sq. ft. wa
office space,
i immediately.
Avenue. To view
2-1722-3-
C10345
One efficiency apa
one 2 bedroom
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pri
C10288 O
TTA nd ap

uont urnis rd T
available. Lovely
swimming pool. Vi
Call 31297 or 3109
C10343
2 BEDROOMAAPA
furniture. 1
airconditioned, w
view telephone 2-1
C10332
AIRCONDITION
bedroom furnish
in Dundas Cour
Addition, with la
facilities and
antenna. Also la
area. For infor
5-3928 or 5 4258.
C10459
ONE BEDROOM
f urnished, air
telephone, parking
facilities Blair Es
23029 or 32723.
C10 6LCREST
T
Spacious 2 bedro
apartment, large
airconditioning,
pool, abort or long
[wr month. Con
ys.
C10364
LARGE ONE
apartment, nicely
$250 per m
CHESTER THOM
ESTATE 2-4777-8
C10437
Two bedroom par
apartment, Faste
Lancaster Stree
Inquire apt. next d
C10494
BEGINNING the
mheandpao
Subdivision for
completed, New
28032-3-6516.
C10497
2 E O OOMM



Mr R OM
IUM Love
swimming pool.


R ALL YOU
INQUIRIES CON
McPherson & Brow
Telephone 2-268

' E0T9 RALLY
completely f
bedroom apart
tel ne. $230


CARS FO

C10474
1 9 6 7 CH
AUTOMATIC,
steering, radio. N
Owner leaving
Won't refuse a go
7-7885.

C1050S
'69 CHEVELL
. $1800. Call Mrs.


I


lagluln~lr~i


C10488
BILL'S REAL ESTA E
AGENCY LTD. Extends Best
Wishes to all.
As we take our individ b
places in an indepe
Bahamas, may we look t
for Guidance, Peace, Li
and Prosperity.
We look forward to serving


b ndes
The first ten perso s
purchasing property through
our office beginning July 12th,
will be presented with a lasting
and useful gift value at $40.00.
Call us today for appointments
at 23921.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C10498
26' CABIN CRUISER at
Bayshore Marina. Phone 41298
nite or day.


C10473
BROTHER CON SO LE
CABINET, ZiGZAG SEWING
MACHINE $250.00 Call
7-7885

0 G ROOM and Dining
Room furniture, vacuum
cleaner, bicycles, Stereo etc.
Call 42537.
C10495
MINI-BIKE kick start.
Excellent condition. Owner
leaving. Phone 41326.

C10501
PATIO SALE: Saturday, July
14. Household appliances and
miscellaneous items. Location:
First road west past
Sandilands Hospital first
house. Phone 41368.
-
C10499
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS:
Stereo Record Player
Electric Mixer
t Fan

Clothes etc.
Phone 53821.
C10506
19" ZENITH Portable, $150.
Call Mrs. Blanc, 24571.
C10510
Floor Lamp $20
Hand Lawn Mower $20
Fully automated clothes
tp g de3 water 10evels $125
Small vacuum cleaner $10
1969 Cortina, air-conditioned,
radio $800
1970 Fiat 750 $700
COLLETT Phone 4-2026.
C10475
1970 AUSTIN MORRIS MINI

MA8RE. $1000.00 0.n.o. Call

IN MEMORIAM

C10503









-


a '


in loving memory of my dear
husband Vivian Raymond
Sears who departed this life

ep and take your
rest
We love you but Jesus loves
you best
The blow was hard the shock
severe,
We little knew you time was
Lenea mourn: Wife Olga, 2
sons, mother, father, 5
brothers, 4 sisters and a host of
relatives and friends.


I --I _-


1


I


,1" ,


E

FUNERAL services for Mr.
A tin V.hilobertstiMan Del

Town Seventh-Dai Adventist
Church on Sunday at 5 p.ni
Pastor S.G. Cole will ottlerate
and interment will be made in
the ex-servicemen's cemetery
ChppinR /s. 82, a member

of the Bnds OLegion, w
Bahamas to volunteer for
active duty during World War I
He was also a well known
tailor.
He is survived by his wife
Maysie, a son 1 In 6. three
daughters. Mrs Ellen Grant.
Nurse Susan Roberts and Miss


nt 1 shil RR < 1 ts 7
Ministry of Health. tour
great-grandchildren, a sister.
Mrs. Ida Johnson at Miami and
a brother Mr. William R.hen<
of Harbour Island.
Friends may pa\ their last
respects at Derneritte a Funeral
Home from 10 a.m. Saturday
until I p.m. and on Sunda)
from 1:30 p.m. until funeral
time at the church.
3 CHOIRS TO GIVE
SUNDAY CONCERT
BA 11 AMAS C 1
mom my
Summer Sundal concerts will
continue on Sundal at the
Royal Victoria Gardens with
three choirs performing,
including a visiting chair from
the United States.
The Sumston Church of God

a lhn 111 1 1wa
the Sunda1 afternoon
performance. The 60-voice
choir is under the direction of
Sarah Glover.
Also pertoriningum Sunda
will be the Chamber Singer
featuring Bahaman sopran
Kayla Lockhart, the Stra
VendorsUnionChair 60
singers Patrick Rahming a
Derek Burrows.
The concerts start at 3
and admission is tree.
USS DESTROYER
VI TE LL R AU)G-11


4 s0r was iuided/ /uSr
the independence celebrations
from July 9 to July 11. As she
entered the harbour she
announced her arrival with a

21-agins 1 a fiRiH P 1
Minerva.
The Sellers. which was
commissioned in October
1961, is from Charleston,


then
saving inung Bridge pusers

le I li

Bowerv it would turn out that
he was there because he faileti
to draw trumps in these more
enlightened days. It nught he
assumed that he was there
treause he drew trumps too

ourse trumps should he
st is safe to do so and in most


1 I


th etok


senture from
yardsticks
West led
Diamonds. a
saw the du
brightened c
110 ts

n a lie

to hun that


1968 CHEVY BUS in good
running condition. Needs POSITION WANTED,
r dy
nwork.
MR
7easo
se C10467


E
ADDITION,
00. Terms
05, 22307


E
VILLAGE.
house on
o spacious
40 POOL -
wo cars -
workshop,
Air, no
as THREE
BATHS.

3, evenings


NT

ARK
D". three
bedroom
lable for
include full
onditiomrt
court-yard
area with
Water and
Call 56131.

2 BATH
h ouse, *
ouble car
Stapiedon
34815-

PACE
ESmediate



rehouse or
available
Montrose
telephone


rtment, and
apartment.
tchard.

ORCHARD
artments to

iati dvice
gardens and
llage. Road.
3.

ITTME BTs

bedroom
asher. To
722-3-

ED one
d apartment
t, Pyfrom's
undry room
master TV
rge parking
motion call


aoartment-
conditioned.
and laundry
tates. Phone


OWERS
om 2 bath
balcony,
swimming
term.$375
tact 2-1841


BEDROOM
furnished.
onth. Call
PSON REAL
.

tly furnished
rn End of
t, Shirlea,
oor.

31st July two
{reenbedrBooo
rent. Just
. Telephone







CONDOMIN^
Beach with
$300 per


R RENTAL
TACT:
n
0 2-2683.

Io ca ted
furnished 2
ment with
. Telephone


R SALE


R Y SLER
air, power
ice for taxi-
$1200.00.
od offer. Call


E MALIBU.
Blanc 24571.


C10469
1970 PLYMOUTH S
SATELITE, aircondit
radio. Excellent con
$2775. Phone 34527


C10423
FOR SALE
ON THE WATER'S EDGE
OUT EAST TROPICAL
PARADISE Ideal for large
family has four bedrooms 3

rc acma osckquarters.
SKI--FISH--SWIM. Seeanytime
-- Dial 22033, 41053, evenings.
41,.$97 -

C10365
CHOICE COMMERCIAL
SITE, Madeira Street. Suitable
for bank, offices, showroom
etc. 2 storey building in rear,
la e s0pacbota building in front.

C10344 FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 tots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and dtrapesliedthrou t.
Complete y wa an y
r cnad ioned throughout.
Unusual opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

0421
Cl FORSALE
OUT EAST GOOD
LOCATION. 2V2 bedrooms 2
baths, sitting, dining den, plus
enclosed grounds, garage.
maids quarters. Water rights.

LeNsDr e fi
Has 3 bedrooms 2 baths.
sitting, dining, porch.

R Ho ySE$42,000.00
BAY. 3 bedrooms 2U2 baths,
sitting, dining, den furnished.
large plot of land under
550,000.00 Can offer
substantial mortgage. Has
income $600 month. Better
class homes since 1945.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033'
22305, 41197.

C10354 FOR SALE

House inBYH gWNaER Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 2V2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
sthe ,dlad p ti orndpletoe%
18 x 36 Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
central airconditioning. To
view telephone 2-1722-3

10450
BUY A LOT in Yamacraw
Beach Estates. You can build
now if you wish. $75 down.
No interest. Easy monthly
payments from $80. Call Pat
Rutherford at 4-1141 or come
to the Model House in
Yamacraw Beach Estates.

C10435
S BEDROOM, 2 BATHS living
room, dining room, breakfast
room, den, beautifully
furnished, air-conditioned off

Vv ila e. $5Ro0a .00 Mortgage

2 BEDROOM 2 BATH, sunken
living room, dining room,
fam ly roorm d arportit rge

furnished t-ilgh Vista.
$48,000.00.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS, living
room, dining room
air-conditioned, patio. Iarge lot,

arsns Eso g00 able

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, living
room, dining room, family
room. Large lot, needs little
repairs Nassau East.
$33,000.00.
2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH
li -dininStraoom{ot kitc

$28,000.00. Unfurnished. A
d
goo buy.
13 UNIT APARTMENT
BUILDING, 10 two bedrooms
b m



12 APARTMENTS 8 stores
parking lot, good commercial


area, round investment. Asking
$350,000.00.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
CENTREVILLE Has 3 years
e sael $850 00 er m nth


Sout wo an e matters a
the Ace of little more carefully.
nd when South After ruffing the original
mmy, his spirits Diamond lead, he leads the 9
onsiderably The of Spades, again covered by the
and tuheex t 0 King nd AceaAlssume t


nisildel"ui rnatters takes tim en dummyht eg
being captured by West's
he was going tt>
the Ace, and also Queen.
ades, with luck West now leads a red suit,
oubled and made! and South ruffs. The Spades
he set about his are established, so South can
now lead his King of Clubs.
the Diamond lead, liast wins with the Ace, and
he King of Clubs attempts to punch declared
d no it a n ard t South i


r honour card the rest of the adverse trumps,
the Ace of Clubs. even though he has to use up
Heart. South's all his own to do so, then lays
covered by the down his Spades and claims his
mmy's Ace. Now contract.
o his own hand to By drawing trumps at the
drawing trumps tirst opportunity, South went
choice between 3 down. By deferring that job
e red suits He until the other job had been
mond and ruffed attended to, he could have
ut the Queen and made his contract. Quite a
. difference, and all through
d was now: observing the need to keep
trump control.
5 3 BAHAMAS CONTRACT
BRIDGE CLUB: JUNE
WINNERS
June 6: Mr. and Mrs.
urred to him that Medcalf
st slast triumph June 13: Mrs. E. Dugdale
own to only one and Mrs. T. Johnson

e dlineoto fore he could set June 27: Mr. and Mrs. A.
s. He decided to MacDonald.
ast trump where it M.H.A. COOKOUT
ime being He led THIS SATURDAY
ades, which was
rn by the 10. King THE BAHAMAS Mental
ast led another Health Association swings into
at was the start of f und-raising action this
weekend with a cookout
ed the Heart. and planned for Saturday.
er Spade to West s From 12 noon to 6 p.m., St.
establishing the George's Hall and churchyard
his own Spades on Montrose Avenue will
was unsportmy be the scene of activities for
n Tue litear s t so and t:1 e B mi7


LS atwmial it along. Therchwill the Itakeawa
abruptly by East. or eat-on-t e-spo o
with the 9 of crab 'n rice, fried fish, cone
ook the balance of fritters and other Bahamian
down! delicacies.
Aim of the association is to
as cm may vo e edthf r rte di tne nati s

he trumps at the I health f to b
South drew them. 'h)eldta in Nas n erla this
ame contract and ninth, hosted by the Bahamas
lead. and now Mental Health Association.


C10294


,
cases, taking out tr
onl1 the Inst in
safest I or exampl
the I I the
lan< on
With umne oppos
AK 0 1
K 4



Only the raw
would go wrong
perhaps not even h
raw enough or se
to try for Diamo


C10504
1970 TRIUMPH 1360 with
insurance. $750 Phone 54703.

C10410
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD
71 VIVUA 2A L VIVA$1695

2 Dr. Auto. Blue $1795
1968 PONTIAC STRATO
CHIEF Yellow $1400
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER .
4 Dr. Auto. White $995
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1200
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. 2000 Std. Green $2950

1967STRIUMPH 1300- $800
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
4 Dr. S/W Yellow $475
1973 VICTOR S/W F.E.-
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970 FORD CAPRI -
Automatic Blue $1595
1970RAMBLERSST-
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU S.S
Auto A/C $2700
1971 MERCURY -
A/G4 Dr., Maquis $5500
1970 TRIUMPH 1300 $1450

F MCAANP-RI- $1950

1968 VAUXHALL $895
VICTOR STD -
Trade-ins Welcomed
LocatedOakesField
Opposite Ice Plant
Phone 34636-7-8.

AB@Air
WR @RLL
C10511 FOR SALE


umps as not lose a Club to
h. but the just two Sp
e, you hold I our Clubs d
left bel With relish
ow task
it< lic ruffed
7 3 then played t


41() us f or 1 1 ht
~ now another
beginner I ast, in with
here, and returned a
e would be Queen being
edy enough King and du


nd ruffs in


to get back t
continue d
South had a
either of th
played a Dia
it, then led o
Jack of Clubs
South s han
3 8
none
none
,

it now occ
If he drew Ea
would be d

trivnil hine
but twice, be
up fus Spade
leave last s l
Was for the t
the 9 of Sp
covered in tu
and Ace. E
Heart and th
thecollapse
South ruff
played anoth
Queen thus


dummi after a Spade lead
against his contract of 4
Hearts li you unmediatel)
draw trumps here, you
guarantee sour contract against
an\ elistribution But it you tr>
r Dunted runs in dtinank
the pial may go lose
Dumond inse Spade tut L Inse
Club inse further Spade ruit
Result I down. and utte'
ignonun\
Ihere are, howeler, as the
expenenced plaier knows.
'nan times when it is mor"

1 11telt5dirtr I t'"P'

ub on this hunti


C10496
BAYSHORE MARINA
LIMITED

Pep2U833
28' BERTRAM YACHT
This yacht is for sale with
delivery in August of this year.
There are no Bertram Yachts
available without a
considerable waiting period
and this flybridge cruiser .is
only available due to the
change in personjil
circumstances of a customer.
Basis price $28,20690 includes
duty.


A 7 54 2


no
\ R 4 '


a3


remainder of
But West

\t Go n 111 \test dealt <> 11 11 ca
nJ the m enon went like his tnitmp ow

I11 "as stopped
@55 -NT dble who ruffed


BABYSITTING
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Phone 5-2439

C10453
YOUNG BAHAMIAN SALER
EXECUTIVE with working
i
abroad, requires responsible
position with International
Firm or large Bahamian
o gan ohn. Ma 2c6ontacteOd
Box5751,Nassau.

HELP MNTED
C10476
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED
Painter with at least b years
experience required for Body
Shop. Only personnel capable
of producing high quality W 2
need apply. Contact: Mr. 6
McCartney, Body Sh6p
Foreman.
C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATIONf
Good basic educatiotT
education. Good Cement Platti
mech icaMbackETPT3ENC6

5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIE'S:
inspects, repairs, replaces-
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical tui mentp iantat

INTERESTED APPLICAldT
CONTAC T: Pe rsonnet
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


a ) dble pass 4C
ons pass dble pass
pass pass
The bidding was enterprising
to the point of recklessness.
but it is the kind of auction
one would find among four
players who were not afrant to


Clubs then t
the tricks 3
And
cannot id
inu draw t
stage when
Given the s
the same


p o .
Asking $78,000.00.

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

LOT IN NASSAU EAST. Only
$6,000.00
IF YOU WANT TO SELL
YOUR HOUSE OR LOT LIST
IT WITH US, WE MEAN
BUSINESS.
NASSAU REAL ESTATE
Phone 59600 (day)
41584 (nite)
P. O. Box N884, Nassau.


SE R
EnglisETAdRYompwsitt on. o
know shorthand and typing.
Permanent position. cast
36211-2.
C10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN


re v I t t ?

oorbecome u e imatizenTh
consider the childcare field.
The Ranfurly Home for

Co ng st f- seeking thd

a) Wndmcea fr ildoe
Sh e da rold. Nursery o
helpful one
b) M
wiatthu ild aorma ckg3 u
and administrative
potential, to live in.
c) Co les wi he c c garo
dfor willing to have is
mice Training ort.a.
coln ractual basis. Mushbe
wi ing to live in.

Only Bahamians will be
consider t rv to r. wri

Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Home
for Children, Box N141,S
Nassau.


KEEPING TRUMP CONTROL


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C6081
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
de r trneSnucwi lita an

pp ntElahamian Comtpanye
following 4e0quirements:reliable

Ba por ioSchool Education
Three reliable character
re erences.
35 723 ppo ntmen5 PM a
ARDPAN ITN E COFAM
P. O. BOX F-621, FREEPORT.

C10366
JOB TITLE : SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field maintenance of the entire
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C6080
TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN
requi d. Minirnum of 7eyears
telephone installation, 1A key
equipment and central office
eand maintenanceN Must
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAH AM A, PE RSONNEL
OFFICE, between the hours of

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NeWSpaper


PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORHTUSRRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
L n S. George & Co. Ltd
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421

C10352
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
gms n v ceens C IdDhooutgela
Lowe, 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.

C10409
ISLAND T.V.SERVICE
For service you can rely on
Dowdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters,
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327,
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.


Brother Juniper


GRANDBAHAMA I


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DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
ilrutp ssadj pair d reapilate s.
all m hanical equ ment lannta
-
INTERESTED APPLICANT
C ON T AC T Pe rsonnel
Department Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Raham
C10487
CHARTERED OR
CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANT
required for busy professional
practice in BERMUDA. Good
salary commensurate with
experience. Please write giving
age, qualifications and precis of
career to P. O. Box 1475,
Hamilton Bermuda.


C110N465SURVEYOR required
by the Nassau Engineering Co.
dirablSuthuatblpeers cual c
"perience and recommenda-
tion only considered. The wor!
ein e i faem s ah e

paid. Generous salary, free
medical scheme, and
permanent staff position to
con sc ientio us person.
Telephone 22557 for
appointment.

C10366
JOB TITLE SH OP
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
G.C.E. "O" Level or City and
Guilds or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 10
years in Machine shop
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise machine shop and
field nma ntenance of the entire

INTERESTED APPLICANT
DeO aNrtTmAnC DBaha FT r m t
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport Grand Babam


Freeprrt, Grand Bahama.


A OW COpies of
,, ..
I he Trabune
(80 a )
p ge

Independence Souvener Issue

ARES TILLA VA IL A 8L E

Call or Visit The Tribune Office Tomorrow Morning
and Secure Your Copies of
"THE LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED
IN THE BAHAMAS"


C10341
FOR SALE
FORMER NAVY MINE SWEEPER MSCl94
145'x28' Wood Hull. Ideal for conversion to Commercial
Fishing Vessel, Shrimp Boat or Yacht.
COVE CONTRACTORS, INC
Pana i ,xF r a 32401


REAL ESTATE
010507
THREE LOTS zoned duplex
LUCAYA 4 min. to
SHANNON GOLF COURSE, 1
min. to seashore. All facilities
in. Small cash plus payments
takeover now V2 paid. This a
bargain! Also single-family lot
On Grand Bahama Waterway,
125 ft. Bulkhead facilities in
and all-time maintenance paid,
in now sold-out PINE BAY.
Write Adv. C10507, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207
Nassau.

IIELP MNTED
C6085
GOLF CART MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR required.
Will be in charge of
maintenance of all electric golf
carts. Applicant should have
minimum of 3 years experience
workingna ineautomobilsehsou

have a knowledge of body
grwoto: Bahama Reef.
Development Company, P. O.
Box F-241, Freeport, G.B.I.

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
experience in large hotel as
Sous Chef or Chef and will
substitute f or the Executive
Chef on days of f .
CHEF PATISSIER for 400
room hotel. Successful
applicant will be responsible
oduct n supery gd d
pastries and organizing staff.
Musthhave io ex r tcee
and must be excellent
decorator with ability to

ucbs pieces n drawn
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
Cook.
laativiea the for ng, o
current police and medical
certificate and good work
re fe rences.RussContacAssistMn

Manager, International Hotel
for an interview.


Freeport, GGrand Bahama. 11 I
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60872 TITLE: GENERAL
F" OREM AN-Y ARD &
NRMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
'E'kperience in quarry

ebctava nha d mining and raw
NlfNIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
Ot.JTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
"Supervise activities of a
limestone quarry and crusher

u rd e t omueiston
hammermill crusher, conveying
Crushed limestone and sand to
storage sitos 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
CONT AC T: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE
5-10years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Wopartment Baha xCF
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

XO RIENCED CREDIT
NAOL NSTA L LNOERNAS
required by multinational
bank. Candidate should have
approximately five years
international al ba n king
experience, with emphasis on
statement analysis, loan
negotiations, documentation
and credit extension. Minimum
educational requirements
should include GCE "A"level
its two subjects and GCE "O"
level in at least five subjects
including English and
Mathematics, and Institute of
Bankers Diploma Part I or
equivalent. Knowledge of
Spanish essential. Qualified
persons invited to submit
v#YTtten resumes to Manager,
World Banking Corporation
Limited P. O. Box N-100
Nassau.

C6034
08ERV TLE: PAINTER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:

a valeSchool graduate or
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler msulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
Dairiting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Corriphey, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10508
THE FOLLOWING positions
are available for the coming
winter season starting
November Ist, 1973:
Chefkde Cuisine
Assistant Manager
ree ionist (NCR operator)
Scuba Diving instructor
Assistant Laundry Manager

3bpenrso s wihth device dsyears
Elauthera South Island Resorts
P. O. Box 28, Rock Sound ,
Ef*uthera.
Applicants should state
requestedsalary.
C(i)70
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE
FQ8EMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
controls. Good Power Plant


operations and maintenance
knowledge"
MI IMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5

UTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

,r no ti aitiewii lusdg
tions and maintenance of
ower Plant personnel engaged
o e f r elsecotfritch
tement plant. Primary facilities
rictude: Two 165,000
e T e deraact rsss d
respettively, 4.0 M.W., 7.5
c ssorTsd 12.5 M.W. and
INTERESTED APPLICANT
Ott T AC T: Personnel
tment BahamBax CF 0


C60361TLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MONdlMaUicMeducE.DUCATION:
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
cDtmlTSTN N ILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufact '2

riopdo r ans f
shipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EX PERl ENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
Sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rson nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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OO EMT NL-1EC GENERAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
M Nd basiMedu PERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
ma maintenance activities,
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing
maintenance, installation and
inspection services for the
entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10367
JOB TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.


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C6086
rtdenerindir qdui2dmi u

2e5sp bi te ge witsht fama2
previous knowledge of
landscape maintenance, able to
epe e I lai lu aintenaan
tractor and able to follow
written instructions. Forty-two
hour week. Saturday, Sunday
and Holiday work required as
needed. Bahamians only need

aCpopr ct Bahamia Nursery, P.
O. Box F-778, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island or telephone
352-8301 for interview.

C6087
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
exchange transfers. Must have a
minimum of five years
experience in a position of
related responsibility. Must be
bondable, of high moral
character and provide written
references attesting to past
experience and character.
interested applicants contact:
LUBRIZOL INTERNATION.
AL S.A., P. O. Box F-2481,
Freeport.
... ............................
C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS

MONIMUMasicEDUe A N
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background.
" MUsM EXPERIENCE:
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100*
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C10367
JOB. TITLE: (EIGHT)
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background-


C6072
FOO R E1TAL GENERA
MUNRMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
E
exxc t ad mining cluarrry
MaNel UMnEX ERIENCE: 3-5

D ES/RESPONSIBILITIES -
t itia dc shea

ou 0 to k ames
crusher, operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed limestone and sand to
storage salos by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary slurry
stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
conveyor to transport to
storage silos and overall general
supervision of the yard crew.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Must be a certified welde,
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

CD ma r AnCt, Baha
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6A EER OPPORTUNITY
FOR THE RIGHT MAN WHO
WANTS TO SUCCEED WITH
FAST GROWING BAHAMIAN
COMPANY
If you have
(1) A High School Education
(2) A minimum of five years
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
Family Guardian Ins.Co., Ltd
Tel: 352-7233; P. O. Box
F 261, Freeport.
C10477
SYNTEX CORPORATION
HAS THE FOLLOWING
VACANCIES:-
Chemical Technicians
Applicant must have previous
experience in Chemical
Laboratory work and be able
to carr out routine analysis
and cal ulate analytical results
and physical constants.
Preeioi acopneri linacidand
sdntialgas chromatography
Lead Painter
Applicant must be capable of
directing the work of a team of
painters in the preparation and
treatment of masonry, wood
and metal surfaces for the
application of various paints
and coatings used for
protective finishes. He must
haveaticastsixyearsindustrial
painting experience and be
familiar with the proper use of
thinners, activators and
gardeners for acrylic, enamel,
phenolic and epoxy paints.


MINIMUM


EXPERIENCE:


"'Now, remember, men: If you can't lick 'em, TRIP 'em."


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintain
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

CDOpNTmACtTBahaPaersC wi t
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
AND INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. .
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES,
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
processes to the final
inspection and testing o
Pper1ntprior to release for
INTERESTED APPLICANT

CDeOaNtTmAnCOBahaPer nrml
Company, P. O. Box F-100,


MINIMUM


EXPERIENCE:


"Forgive me, sir, if I doubt your total sincerity."


HELP MNTED
C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate o'
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expense code; pulls
order card when quantity on
hand is equal to or below
re-order point.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTER
SUPERVISOR
Mi SUhMool EDaUCATIO
eM M EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama-
C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 yearsackcement plant
D ha EbSPO% BILITIES:
m n taenceand act triv e
including field forces, machine
shop and garage in providing

mai5teSncese stallat n at
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
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:
rvt n ontivaiti swijlusd1ing
operations and maintenance of
Power Plant personnel engaged
ow f nt e ra os otfNtch
eme plant. Primary fa I,

pound boilers and accessories
Three Turbine generators ated
respectively, s.o M.w., 7.5
ac sora d 12.5 M.W. and
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CDeO NrtTmAnC LBaha Per nnel
Company, P. O. Box F-100.
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write P. O. Box N1316'
NassauBahamas.

TRADE SERVICES
C10351
$

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Mackey street

N AS

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


Brother Juniper


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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

RIOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when your
keyword should be "organization" of whatever
you need to put in perfect working order. You are able to
expand in areas that are important to you. A full moon
stimulates much activity. Avoid any arguments.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) You have to be diplomatic
with higher-ups today, otherwise you could have seriOUS
setbacks where career matters are concerned Don't forget to
pay an important bill. Seek good advice
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have responsibilities to
take before planning a trip. Try not to fall for a charmer's plan
and save yourself trouble and expense. Show that you have
willpower. Consult the right people
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make sure you keep promises
you have made Show that you understand your business very
well. Loved one could be in a bad mood, but use tact and all is
fine. Sidestep an annoying troublemaker
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Have little to do
with associates today, since they are in an irate mood. One in

pukbelianlife Idho se hou oweb t take it in stride Don't
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Although you are irate at having
so much work to do, keep busy and you can gain the benefits
you seek Health treatments can improve your appearance
now Show devotion to mate
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Make plans for inexpensive
pleasure now and have more fun because you know you can
afford it Look into a new outlet that could be profitable in
the future improve on your credit.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) There could be a serious
argument at home now if you are not careful so use tact. Keep
busy making necessary repairs Not a good day to start an
uptrend toward greater success
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Make sure that you use
much care in motion and don't be belligerent with officers of
the law or you could get into trouble An ally should be
treated wiih understanding at this time.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Use more honest
methods instead of trying to force your way into whatever
you want, which would not be appreciated by others Show
others that you like them and add to happiness.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) You may be bitter to a
good friend you feel has been disloyal, but this is not the case,

soo pp eDi n a deengage in more social activity. Show
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Don't think that others
are imposing upon you Keep busy by attending to the tasks
ahead of you with enthusiasm Use your finest judgment now,
since your intuition is not working well.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) A friend appears depressed,
but this is because there are problematical matters you have no
control over. Not a good day for attending group affairs Make
long-range plans for the future
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he or she will be a
born organizer and would do well in such fields as real estate,
business, merchandising and the like. Teach early to be a good
listener, otherwise your progeny could talk away many of the
fine opportunities that are in this chart. Give spiritual training
early in life. Don't force sports on this youngster



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th shown excellent. Solution tomorrow.
mak lar a YESTBBDAY'S SOLUTION :
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Chess Solution
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1 Edge 32 Molten rock
4 Author 34 Enlisted man
Connolly 35 Robotplay
8 Turmeric 36 Not barefoot
Puticphy fruit Sm t horse
13 Jujube 40 Independent
14 Comedienne Ireland
16 Home of the 42 Answer book
Crimson Tide 44 Insurance plan
18 Palm leaf 47 Beckon
20 Biblical 50 Onassis
character 51 Bearded
21 Before noon monkey
21 Source of 53 Inlet
linseed oil 54 Peace
25 Twinge 55 Swiss painter
28 Circuit 56 Burmese
30 Jumbled type demon


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8 Land broker
9 Shade tree
10 Arab s coat
15 Fairy
11 Finest
19 Skiing resort
21 Wellaway
22 Chicken feed
24 Three toed
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27. Polar explorer
29. Arizona capital
31. Subside
33. Blue-pencil
34 Leave
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38 Evergreen
shrub
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43 Story
44 Half sole
45 Italian
daybreeze
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48 Through
49 Devour
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the latest, against any defence
(by A. Rena). Not Ofle World's
hardest chess problem. but
containing an unexpected key
move. As usual. White plays up
the board, frcm bottom to top
of he page.
Par times: 1 minute. problem
master; 2 minutes, problem
expert; 6 minutes. good; 12
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' How's that for a ready-made reft ? The
Professor is pleased with his handiwork.
" Now, will it take our weight ? Rupert
jumps aboard first and finds the raft will
support him, but when he is joined by the
Professor the wooden staging will hardly keep
afloat. I'm too heavy for it." sighs the old


man. Please let me Oo alone." begs Rupert.
Then I can run for help." The Professor
ponders anxiously, but at last he agrees, and
the little bear begins the trip, using an oar
to paddle his way across the lake. Do be
careful," calls out his friend. We don t want
you tumbling off ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Whr Grthtittt


Friday, July 13, 1973.


Riupert and the Sea-Sawc~-30





The Tribune ComlesPage


Friday, July 13, 1973.


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THE FL~INTSTONES




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Gym.
in the second game Paradise
Island Giants behind the
setting and bumping of captain
Oswald Moore and the steady
service of Ralph Burrows
outlasted B.E.C. 15-8, 10-15,
15-0, 15-9.
During the early stages of
the first set S.A.C.A.
demonstrated good form and
fitness but this was short lived
as Winsome Davis on-grounded
herself to the service line for
six straight points.
Down by a score of 9-1,
Patti Symonette, captain of the
S.A.C.A. squad, called a time
out in order to re-group.
Coming back with renewed
spirits and under the supreme
spiking of Linda Davis
S.A.C.A. were only able to
rally for two points before
yielding 15 bn the fkst set. .
The Islanders never lost their
momentum. Returning in the
accond set they quickly
smothered S.A.C.A.'s hopes by
jumping out to another early
lead as Barbara Knowles and
Elsine Thompson continued to
set Winsome Davison for
pie mgnsp&hee s ots, Wend
Jackman served into a
weakened dS.A .A. back court

an nt eo ve t slast igha
9-2 lead. enise Whylly, in a
vain attempt, picked up two
points for the losers be are
bowing out 15-4 in the second
set.
invVith t obstrong substl
dinks from Linda Davison
S.A.C.A. took an early 3-0 lead




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on behalf of Ida Maude Moss to have Mr.
Reginald Moss, formerly of the Settlement
of Savannah Sound in the Island of
Eleuthera, one of the Bahama Islands,
presumed dead because of his absence for
Seven years, anyone who has knowledge of
the whereabouts of the said Reginald Moss
is asked to contact Messrs. Isaacs.
.IOhnSOD 80 ThompSOn.
P.O. Box N.1372.
Nassau. Bahamas.


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Friday, July 13, 1973.


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BAHAMAS' STAR

== :=.:::dp ked
up his third victory against two
losses Tuesday our
independence Day followinR
a 2-1 victory over the Perunsula
NVhipsteahe FMontrplays AA
ball with the Richmond Braves.
in the first game of the
doubleheader, Ford gave up
five hits, no walks and struck
out one placing his earned run
average to a commendable
1.75. over 36 innings he has
pitched in A.A.A. So far, he
has given up seven earned runs.
The sole run against Ford
during Tuesday night's game
came via a second inning
homer. The Braves in the third
inning rallied for two winning
runs
Ford obviously found AAA
ball "definitely tougher than
AA ball" but nevertheless. "all
I do is go out there and
Inake good pitches," he said. "I
want to show them that I
could pitch and so far, things
are going on all right.
Known for his athletic
ability in most sports played in
the Bahamas, Ford was one of
t wo, sto::- ste:d
victory last season. He left the
Bahamas during March and
played AA ball with the
Savanna Braves where he
earned a deserving seven and
two win-loss record over 85
innings for a 2.52 earned run
average. He was promoted to
AAA about three weeks ago.
Ford's first win was against
the Peninsula Whips. His
second was against Tide Water,
the Mets farm team. His two
losses came by only one run.
So far. he has started and
completed three games,
A few more fine
performance*, by this naturally
talented athlete could very well
see him among the Atlanta
Braves for action late this
season

HUGHES CONGRATU
TROON, SCOTLAND (AP)
Billionaire recluse Howard
Hughes telegraphed his
congratulations to Gene
Sarazen Thursday for Sarazen s
hole in one in Wednesday's
first round of the British Open
golf championship.
"Congratulations. You have


TROON,~ ~ ~ ~ ~B SCTAD(P)-Ln o b W isk npangwtthnefoddsclnen
controlled power that has dominated the American tour in the last two months, slogged to a wer
and soggy 67 and stretched his lead to three strokes Wednesday in the second round of the British

Weikop's ouns o 68and I did get it in the fairway I'd his round that included fv
2nd i steac d intsmis te an rs8earol Crit birdiesdand no bogey .fisa
a 15 ttal a old nne troesO'Connor fashioned a 68 in the pitch-and-putt cus-n
unde pa onthe7,04 yrdschill weather and was next at particularly in an op
ofsute robe ha aks p 141. championship and on a course
theSeaideOl Corseat he Bernard Gallacher of like this any time you can
TroonGolf lub.Scotland had a 69 for 142 and get around without a bogey ifs
The30-earol Weskofwas followed by three a gratifying thing.
whohaswonthre tmesand Englishmen at 143 veteran "~I hit the ball very crisp
has't inshe loertha fith Neil Coles, Peter Butler and with my irons. mplyg
in is astsixstatsownd aBrian Barnes. Barnes matched about as good as any time this
heathymarinover Johnny Weiskopf's 67 while Butler and year from tee to green. I'm just
Mile, hereenlycrowned Coles matched par 72. not making that mn
U.S.Ope chmp, nd ert American Lanny Wadkins mistakes "
Yaneytid fr ecod t 18.had a 73 and 144 and South
Miler ad 68before a African Gray Player improved CRICKET FIXTURES
drizlngran el fomgray to a69 for 145. takCAn h LP 1ce oal sat Ha ne
Scotis skes nd ampned While the winds abated Oval tomorrow as action i h
others o th lades.Yaney considerably from the gusty rahania f1@ Assoclah
ranin 2-fot irde utton gales of Wednesday's opening interruption during th
thefinl hle it hung on the round, Old Troon still was Independence celebrations. In other
letli oratantalizing tough enough to send some of contst. mer yards theSt. Uerid
momet beoredroping n -the world's finest players Park and the Prison Officers play
fora ecod 9.reeling back into the pack. Para lSlnay' tals Wse Agnes
Whil Weskof's eadwas CRAMPTON SLUMPS play st. G~eorges atHansvl
impesiv, e as'tyet Australian Bruce Crampton, yni3 r k~p~ rn s mee~t St. Albans at
coutin tis ncinttite hsthe leading money-winner on
Not y ay mens.the American tour this season,

kr?"'vehp ydhe ougkgsol greo p ao la4876in ddeld4 rn~oh Be the man
evn ix i nthngatthis Palmer, defending champion a t e
stag. Nohing Thee'stoo ToyJcnLee Trevino and England's youwa t obe
many ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n hole let"h s. TnyJcln
"I'v go tocontnueto lay The 43-year-old Palmer, who adb h
goo orthee gys ifyou've won the British Open on this man they
gotguy lie illr ad Jcksame course in 1962, took a Want to .f -
NickausandYaney p terehorrendous seven on the par 3 See i
theyll o rghton y yu."eighth and finished with a 76.
ERRATIC"I just fell asleep a little,"
Nickausthepre-tourney Palmer said.
favorite towinhisthird He put his tee shot in a
Britsh pentite ad beak bunker on the 126-yard hole, .
Bobb Jons reord f 13 the famed "postage stamp,"
majr hapinsip, adan and failed to get it out on his
erai 0 five birdies and next two swings. He hit it I
thre boeys and was alone across the green on his next
at 39 s he ourtogheed stroke -his fourth and it
Ameicas cntiuedto hold went into another sandtrp Kep itw h


Paradise Bees easily


defeat SACA; Paradise

a

$188ts outlast BE Csq oad

By OSCAR MILLER
WITH SUPERB PERFORMANCES from forwards Margaret
Albury, Barbara Knowles, and Elsine Thompson along with an
eight-point aggfice by Wendy Jackman, defending play-off
champions Paradise Island Bees handily defeated S.A.C.A. 15-4,
IS-4, 15-4 in a match played Thursday night at the C. 1. Gibson


in the third set. But the Bees,
showing winning form and
class, quickly bounced back to
a 4-4 tie.
Wendy Jackman soon found
herself seeing into a
disorganized S.A.C.A. hack
court and again the Bees began
to ease away when they took
their score to 9-4. All efforts to
catch up were made futile for
S.A.C.A. when Elsine
Thompson confused her
opponents with alternate
service in the back and front
courts
In the secon game a

pt d earl a nlel udt ic
contest dra d on as four
coreless t ices changed
between the contestants
Ralph Burrows changed the
r f ur an letilvil in
to give the Islanders an I1-5
lead Under the able spiking of
Player/coach Oswald Moore,
the Giants went on to win the
first set 15-8.
B.E.C. came out a bit more
determined and under the able
services of M. Johnson again
jumped out to a 3-0 lead. But
ace spiking from Eddie Smith
and II. Williams combined with
a four-point service hv Oswald
Moore took the Giants to a
comfortable 9-4 lead
Under the competent service
of S Glover, who tallied seven
points, B.EC. rallied to defeat
the Islanders 15-10 in the
second set-
Revengeful, the Grants came
out and quickly developed a
7-0 lead under the services of
Ralph Burrows. Moore picked
up another five points and
carried the score to 12-0.
B.E.C. never saw the light as
they were crushed 15-0 in the
third set.
The Giants continued to
show winning form as they
snatched the fourth set I5-9
under brilliant spiking troni
Smith and Williams.
Cold Front lost the
scheduled third game by
default to the Wardrobes.


I


Wenty Ford . a strong arm and lots of determination.


Knowles scar es Leo Rolle, who


W IR St ill0 10 10 ug h 5-se tter
DISPLAYING AGILITY, supreme strength, and endurance,
local tennis professional Leo Rolle battled his way from a two-set
deficit to defeat a fatigued Bertram Knowles 5-7, 5-7. 6-0, 6-1,
and 6-2 to capture the men's single title in the Anthony Roberts
Independence Open Tennis Classic played Thursday afternoon at
the Montagu Beach Hotel courts.


was tiring as he finally howed
out to a 6-0 loss
After working his opponent
into a virtually helpless state,
Rolle cloud the door and
handill won the remaining two
ets
in the ladies' tinals, No 1
ranked Vicky knowles
defeated June Wiberg 6-2 6-0
to capture top honours.
Two well-earned trophies
were presented to Rolle after
the match Rolle, who has seen
competition in the United
States, I urope and throughout
the Caribbean has been the
recipient of a host of awards at
home
Carlton Wilhams. James
Croshi, Perci Munnings,
Sidnet Poitier and Bernard
Petron were all recipients of
awards Mr outstanding support
of the tournament.


So for Thursdai ,
championship match \\as the
best local men's single final
held anywhere in the
Bahamas." said Br>kl\
Demeritte, tournament
director
In the first two sets an
indications pomted to the tact
that an upset was in its
embryonic stages for second
ranked Knowles who simply
outplayed Rolle for two
consecutive victories
Both please battled to a 5 5
tic in the first set until
Knowles powered his way to a
7-5 victory. A repeat
performance in the second set
again gave Knowles a 7-5 win
Rolle, realising his imminent
doom. poured the heat on 11ith
a great service and tantastic
volleys. Throughout the third
set it was evident that knowles


Del Jane Saints who lost
chances of topphng Schlit;
Beer last mght when their game
was cancelled, take on third
place Jet Set in the second
game tonight 9:30 at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
A win for the Saints last
night would have placed them
a half game from fourth place
Schlity Beer who moved into
that position following the
ousting of Paradise Island and
ileastic Lumber. Both the
Islanders and the Lumbermen
defaulted games and failed to
pay their default hand in
accordance with the Bahamas
Baseball Association's
constitution, an Association


It is Thompson a' Habunas11;I B~lnderTs


official plnd.


understood that the Paradia
Island's appeal \ down.
Big Q Market cuntmue to
lead the league hi three games
over second place Becks Bees
who are one and a half games
away from Jet Set let Set is
also one and a halt gaines away
from Schliv Iker Wilhe


are in sixth place seven games
from IM June and 140 games
out of tirst.
A Junim League All Star
team comprising many of the
top innior league players, some
at which will he graduating to
senior teams next season, will
take on Becks Bees in the first
game tonight at 7 o'clock.


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THROVICvOuRY leads British OpeR by three strokes


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