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S ^CARROLL RIGHTER'S
HfaiOROSCOFE
from the Carroll Rijhtsr Inrtitute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Exercise caution
today Use spare time in the afternoon for
reorganizing day-to-day activities more effectively. Don't be
afraid to utilize charm in handling routine duties. Associates
will approve Avoid taking any risks.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) You don't have time for
chatty associates today. Concentrate on putting your
financial affairs in order Review property holdings and bank
statements Make sure you get your due.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Today's chart is well
aspected for handling personal matters efficiently. Postpone
involvement in public or civic affairs. Good friends can be
helpful in something especially important to you.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take the initiative in
revising old arrangements that are unsatisfactory for your
present needs. Secret negotiations will speed progress.
Evaluate your position and correct errors.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Stop guessing
and find out what close associates expect. Your frankness
will encourage them to help you. Be,guided by experience
instead of intuition where loved one is concerned.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Follow through on business or
civic promises. Someone prominent may request a favor
Your cooperation will be appreciated. Expect encouragement
from a higher-up in return for being loyal.
Vlp.GO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Take pleasure in exploring
new places. Prospects ate fine now for meeting fascinating
people They may offer helpful ideas that you can act upon.
Remove unnecessary clutter at home.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Emphasize the practical for
best results Be precise in handling responsibilities. Someone
you care for may behave unusually. Express your concern,
and think objectively instead of emotionally.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) A new arrangement is in
the offing Make sure associates spell out details precisely.
Conservative behavior is indicated if you want to succeed in
new activities Use evening for stud..
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Don't let an
impulse rule you now Reject risky opportunities and attend
to routine duties If you make appointments now, people
will expect promptness Don't disappoint them.
CAPRICORN (Dec 20 to Jan. 20) Use your spare time
delightfully while pursuing current interests with friends you
truly like Someone especially devoted needs more affection
now, so give it generously Be wise
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 lo Feb. 19) You can improve things
at home considerably by refusing to argue. Concentrate on
making habitat more comfortable. Any purchases you make
now should please others Use good taste.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Routine duties should be
handled without delay Any letters you write now should be
discreet Those hearing from you will apppreciate your
wisdom and understanding Relax tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people whose personal
magnetism attiacts otheis effortlessly. The ease with which
others are charmed should not lead to overconfidence if tact
and consideration are stressed early in Ufe. Emphasize the
need to be attentive so that details don't cloud the
important issues Give ethical training .
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU!
A6AIN, I APPRECIATE YOU* ) WORRY ll-
LETTIN6 BETSY STAY HERE, /ABOUT HER1
ABBEY.' ILL 610" BY mgf SHELL BE
TOMORROW.' _^& ALL RIGHT.
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MEANWHILE, BETSY HAS CALLED RICK
LASSiTER JUST AS HE WAS LEAVIN6
FOR THE AIRPORT | TMOSgARgTHt^
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back to newj heard in a lon6
york with wltime, darung.'
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5 Romaine 31 Baste
8 Rascal 33. Dirt
11 Bread spread 34 Greeting
12 Eggs 36 Mayday
13. Extinct bird : i. Rakeoff
14. Custard
15. Palm tree
17. Digest
19 Study
20. Hinder
23. Rainbow
26. Butter
container
28. Silent
43. City in
Wyoming
45 Thor's lather
46. Midianile king
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48. Rave
49. Kindergarlner
50. Sail deposit
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2. Misfortunes
3 Yarn measures
Par lim 32 min.
AP Nwifafuri
7-25
4 Bracer
5. Smoke tree
6. Elliptical
7. Menu item
8. Force
9 Low
10 Mis Ninon
16 Article
18. Witticism
21. World War II
area
22 Fiery
23 Hard wood
24. Mahogany
streak
25. Guilty one
27 Beg
30 Entreaty
32. Conquered
35. Abalone
37. Reserve
39. Quote
40. Hebrew month
41 Snare'
42 Grafted: Her.
43. Hindra.u-
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mate.
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Bridge
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against any defence (by Pel
Senkol. This curious puzzle,
composed bv a grandlniuster. has
an actual play look about It. Not
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master player admitted spending;
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A sudden noise makes Rupert glance along
the water's edge, and he gasps at what he
sees The mischievous elephant is on the
raft, and is using his trunk to haul the chain
out of the lake. "He is up to his pranks
again exclaims Rupert I wonder if I can
catch him this time." He creeps behind the
bushes until he is close to the little creature
make sure you don't gel away from me
twice He bursts from hiding, breaking into
a run and hoping to cut off the truant's
escape By then the elephant had dragged
up the whole chain, and on the end of it is a
large round object Why, I've seen that
before cries Rupert
ALL RIGHTS RffSl
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Ccn.ract ?: Lead ?
Declarer wins trick one in
his hand. How should he play?
When this hand came up at
the Eccentric Cluta declarer
went down. Claude Kodngue. a
spectator, deputising tor the
.Senior Kibitzer, reports a long
and spirited argument about
the merits of taking the dia-
mond finesse before the club
finesse and vice-versa.
The odds are long In declar
rr's favourso long aa In takes
neither.
If the diamond finesse loses
and a club comes back, declarer
won't know what to do. Should
he finesse or hope for a S-3
diamond break or for the 10
to come down? He must gueas.
The answer Is to lead the v>A.
then the 03. If East has the
OK, there's no further problem
Either he goes up and the *-'
can be discarded on dummy s
OJ or he plays low, allowing
declarer to five up a club.
Should West turn up with the
<>K. declarer will have time to
test the diamonds. If need be,
he will later take the club fin-
esse He will have given himself
every chance, without having to
guess anything.


QJhr Sribunr
Monday, July 23, 1973
get the job done
Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. -Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.
TRADE SERVICES
C10351
Pindtr iCastomi
Brokerage ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. O Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
* PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SFRVICE
REASONABLE RATES
:ONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795. 2 3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434
TRADE SERVICES
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED
C10409
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
Eor service vou can relv on
owdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. O. Box N327.
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.
C10352
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe. 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSiL, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.
MARINE SUPPLIES
C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
POSITION WANTED
C10472
DO VOU need a clerk/typist In
your otflce? (I am willing to
work hard). Please write Adv.
C10472, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
GRAND BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED
IN FKEPIIT Til. 352 III!
HELP HINTED
C6110
CONVENTION MANAGER:
One male to be in charge of
guest relations incoming groups
and group functions after
arriving at Hotel. High school
education with 5 to 7 years
experience, police certificate,
ages 30-50. $500 to $700 per
month.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: To
assist in the running of all
phases of the Hotel Business,
belonging to the Executive
staff of the hotel, male, with
experience only. Police
certificate required, high
school, with at least 5 to 10
years experience, ages 40 to
50. $600 to $800 per month.
EXECUTIVE HOUSE-
KEEPER: Responsible for
looking after the everyday
cleaning and preparing of
housekeeping department.
Female, with 5 to 10 years
experience, between the ages
of 35-50. $360 per month.
Interested Persons Apply:
Grand Bahama Hotel, West
End. Grand Bahama Personnel
Office between the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.
C6108
PASTRY CHEF: To supervise
and direct sweet goods
department of commeicial
bakery; at least three years
experience in a similar
operation. Must have Master
Certificate.
Apply: Grand Bahama Bakery
Ltd., Queen's Highway,
Freeport, G.B.. P. O. Box
F-797.
C6116
PUBLIC RELATIONS/
E NTERTAINMENT
CO-ORDINATOR: Works
closely with Sales Manager and
Music Director. Must have
three years experience dealing
with Entertainment booking
agencies and wholesale and
retail travel agencies. Must have
superior administrative ability.
COOK: Must be fully
experienced, preferably
European trained, with
apprenticeship papers. Must
have complete knowledge of
Gourmet cooking and
international dishes. Must be
able to supervise kitchen staff
and run it when Chef is absent.
Must have two years
experience working as
Assistant to Chef.
NIGHT STEWARD: Must be
able to take charge of cleaning
entire kitchen from Midnight
to 8 a.m Must have at least
two years experience as Night
Steward. Must be willing to
work long hours if necessary.
Must keep Garbage areas clean.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
INNKEEPER: Must have
worked as Assistant Innkeeper
in large resort Hotel before.
Must be fully experienced with
all phases of Hotel work
REFRIGERATION &
AIR-CONDITIONING
MECHANIC: Must have at
least five years experience in
the field of Refrigeration and
Air-Conditioning.
FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE,
PLEASF APPLY TO THE
HOLIDAY INN, P. O. BOX
F-760. FREEPORT 373-1333,
MISS STAFFORD
HELP MINTED
C6115
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER
(C.O.E.)
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company has a job opening for
a Professional Engineer
(C.O.E.). Knowledge of
communications equipment,
automatic switching and
engineering additions and
changes to electro-mechanical
and computerized central
offices required. Must be able
to prepare specifications for
manufacturing proposals and
have engineering knowledge of
the North American Direct
Distance Dialing system. Must
have at least 10 years practical
experience in central office
equipment engineering.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone Co.,
Ltd., 2C Kipling Building. P. O.
Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone (809) 352-9352
C6099
JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6U1
FRONT OFFICE MANAGER:
Responsible for operation of
Front Office Clerks and
Cashiers and be able to
supervise all Front Office Staff.
Must have at least five years
experience with Police
Certificate. High school
education, male, between the
ages of 35-45, Sober, mature
and reliable. $650 per month,
with room and board.
SENIOR FRONT
DESK-CLERKS: (2) Male
Clerks, must be able to work
on your own. Group handling
and other regular Guest. Five
to seven years experience,
Police Certificate needed,
letters of reference necessary,
high school education. $450
per month, ages 25-45.
GOURMET CHEFS
(SAUCIER): (2) Gourmet
Chefs to prepare Roast make
Sauce and other Gourmet
meals. Male, between the ages
of 30-50. High school
education and 5 to 7 years
experience needod, $750 per
month.
SECOND COOKS. Two second
short order cooks to prepare
breakfast, light lunches and do
other cooking. Police
Certificate and health
certificate needed. Male,
between the ages of 25-50,
$500 to $600 per month.
ACTIVITY DIRECTOR Male,
to prepare activities for guests,
responsible for the preparing of
functions for hotel guest.
Police Certificate needed, with
high school education. $600
per month.
Interested Persons Apply:
Grand Bahama Hotel, West
End. Grand Bahama Personnel
Office, between the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday
through FrMay. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personn.. Director.
C6119
REFINERY PROGRAMMER
required by Grand Bahama
Petroleum Company an
associate of Bahamas Oil
Refining Company.
Duties will consist of the
administration of crude oil
supply and product shipment
program. Negotiation and or
administering contract with
suppliers and customers.
Experience must include oil
supply operations, tankering.
chartering and allocation of
documents and upply
economics.
Applicants should have high
school or college education and
at least five (5) years
experience in this field.
Apply in writing to: C. E.
Ambrister, Personnel Officer,
P. O. Box F-2435, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C6118
WROUGHT IRON
DESIGNER
Must possess 10 years
experience in all phases of
Wrought Iron Design,
fabrication and installation of
Wrought Iron GriVwork.
Technical knowledge of
welding is necessary (ARC &
ACETYLENE), must be able
to supervise work in progress.
APPLY: NOELCO STEEL &
PLASTIC CORP., LTD.
(NOELCO GROUP), P. O.
BOX F-1235, PHONE:
352-9055 FREEPORT.
C6120
CHIEF OPERATORS required
by Bahamas Oil Refining
Company.
Responsibilities will consist of
training all men assigned tc his
shift. Direct operators under
him to assist Trainees in
learning their jobs and will
evaluate trainees.
Applicants should have a high
school education and seven (7)
to ten (10) years experience in
operation of large scale
petroleum distillation
equipment or related facilities.
Apply in writing or in person
to: Personnel Department, P.
O. Box F-2435. Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C6096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE.
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
510 years
DUTIES/RESPONSI Bl LI Tl ES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
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 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 expence 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.
C6107
KITCHEN HELPERS
POTWASHERS/DISH-
WASHERS HOUSEMAN -
YARDMEN /GARDENERS:
Previous experience necessary;
to perform all duties related to
landscape maintenance of hotel
grounds.
ELECTRICIANS: To maintain
and repair electrical equipment
serving the needs of hotel
operation Must be capable of
testing circuits, analyse faults
and repair them. Electrical
Technician certificate or
diploma required.
CARPENTER: Master
Carpenter required to carry out
major alterations and repairs
for both hotel properties.
LIFEGUARD: To maintain
surveillance ol hotel pool. Must
have pleasant personality, neat
and clean. Life Saving
Certificate and Character
reference required for this
position.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Oceanus Hotels Ltd., Royal
Palm Way. Freeport. G.B., P.
O Box F-531.
C6114
POSITION AVAILABLE -
MANAGER OF
RESTAURANT.
APPLY: LUTHER MARTIN.
COZY RESTAURANT AND
BAR. EIGHT MILE ROCK.
C6113
JOB TITLE: TECHNICAL
TRANSLATOR/EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Must be a High School
Graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Must have at least 2-3 years
experience in similar position.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Translates various documents,
letters, etc. in Italian into
English and English into
Italian. Records all kinds of
dictated or other matters in
shorthand and transcription
into typewritten form. Perform
clerical duties, including filing
and relieve Supervisor of
routine tasks. Ability to
speak other foreign languages
will be an asset. Must be able
to speak Italian fluently.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS
SHOULD CONTACT:
SNAM PROGETTI S.P.A., P.
O. Box F-2405, Freeport,
GRAND BAHAMA.
C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repaiis, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
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 weldei
capable of performing
horizontal. vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, tjahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6098
JOB TITLE: STRUCTURAL
STEEL ERECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Qualified in steel construction.
MINIMUM F.XPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work on structural steel
erection during modifications
of buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company. P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6103
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD.. P. O. Box F-2544,
Freeport has |Ob opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport
for the following positions:
Catalytic West Indies. Ltd. has
temporary openings available
in their Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for six
(6) Oil Refinery Turnaround
Specialists for 2 to 3 months
only. Applicant must have
approximately 20 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer. Ministry of
Labour Freeport.
C6102
Tailor, experienced in fine
men's clothing, able to make
complete garment and do hand
finishing.
Experienced Suit and
Dressmaker, must make
complete garment and do hand
finishing, also able to sell.
Experienced Sales Clerk, at
to do inventory controls, write
reorders for men's and
women's department.
Experienced Merchandise
Specialist in ladies' wear, ible
to do displays, inventory
controls and write re-orders.
Reply to: Callahan's, P. O. Box
F-10, Freeport
The Tribune
in Freeport
call
352 -6608
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BAHAMAS BUSINESS LEAGUE WRITE TO MINISTER

OF FINANCE TO BREAK STALEMATE ON PRICES i ,




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'Unions are warm'



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FACED WITH RISING FOOD COSTS and disappearance from
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and General Workers Union has warned that the "unions are
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H. R. 'RUSTY' BETHEL


RUSTY BETHEL

LEAVES TRIBUNE

IN SEPTEMBER
M R. HARCOURT R.
("Rusty") Bethel, advertising
manager of The Tribune, will
take over the management of
Hope Town Harbour Lodge
Club at Hlope Town, Abaco, on
September 22.
Mr. Bethel has been
appointed managing director of
the club.
Born at Cherokee Sound,
Abaco, 60 years ago. Mr.
Bethel is a veteran in the field
of communications. He spent
32 years with radio station
ZNS before retiring in April,
1970.
'Three months later he took
up the appointment of
assistant advertising manager of
The Tribune. Later that year
he was promoted to advertising
manager.
Mr. Bethel expressed regrets
today on leaving The Tribune.
but said the time had now
come for him to return
"home".
"I have always been very
happy at The Tribune," hie
said.
When Mr. Bethel leaves The
Tribune in September, Mr.
John Cash, assistant advertising
manager, will move up to the
managerial post.
BATELCO SERVICE
HIT BY RAINS
BAHAMAS Telecommunica-
tions Corporation today
apologized to the public "for
any inconvenience caused by
any disruption of telephone
services as a result of the recent
electrical stormi"
The areas mainly affected
are Lyford Cay, Shirley Street
between East Street and Kemp
Road, Soldier Road and Oakes
Field.
The BaTelCo spokesman
said repairs are being hampered
by the continued rains. "The
Corporation," he said, "is
doing everything possible to
expedite all repairs and restore
services to normal."

VELVET ,
THROW

CUSHIONS

DOU1yMASON F11II1E
S NASSAU ONLY


Mr. Dudley Williams told
The Tribune that at a meeting
last week of his union a
committee was appointed to
study the food crisis on the
island. Hie said there are many
basic food items that the stores
no longer have "and the people
want them "
The committee has sent a
letter to the Minister of
Finance. They also have an
appointment on Wednesday
with the Minister of
Development and another with
the Minister of Labour.
'Ihe iii tina, calledd by the
union primarily to discuss staff
wages at Bahamasair, the
Bahamas' newly formed
national flag-carrier, also
discussed wages in general in
the face of rising costs.
The union has objected to
Bahamasair staff having to
provide their own
transportation to the airport
while other government
departments and airline staff
have their transportation taken
care of.
Ile said that some
Bahamasair trainees took home
S30 per week with a family to
feed and having to get to the
airport the best way he knows
WAGE TALKS
"This situation could reopen
a. lot of wage talks." he
warned. "If the price of 100
basic items are going to be
raised we are not going to sit
down for that. The merchants
are probably justified in what
they are doing, but we are
justified too.
"No doubt the merchants
will get what they want, but it
will trigger a lot of wage
demands," Mr. Williams said.
"The unions are warm. I
don't think any union has had
any satisfaction although they
have had pacification. But
there's nothing the Ministry of
Labour can do as costs are
going up.
"They may try to keep the
unions down, but I don't think
it is going to work because
people are really feeling the
pinch and with the economy
how it is it is difficult to
squeeze an extra five cents out
of the employer," he said.
"Everything is going up
school fees, insurance, food,
etc. everything is going up,
but the worker is going down."
FIRE IN HAITIAN
PRESIDENT'S PALACE
SAN JUAN, P.R. 23 (AP)
Fire damaged the Haitian
Presidential Palace early this
morning, but the U.S. Embassy
in the Haitian capital of
Port-au-Prince has flatly denied
published reports of gunfire in
the streets.
The embassy source said a
fire began about 2 a.m. inside
the downtown presidential
palace and that flames
exploded ammunition stored
inside the Palace.
In a telephone interview
from San Juan, Puerto Rico,
the spokesman indicated that
the destruction is limited and
that the fire had been
completely controlled. But as
of 9 a.m., the source reported
"there was still quite a bit of
smoke around."


selling


By NICKI KELLY
SMALL FOOD RETAILERS are beginning to reach
the desperation point in their efforts to obtain certain
breadbasket items from wholesalers, The Tribune was


told today.
Items such as cream, sugar,
rice and flour have already
disappeared off the shelves of
the small dealers, and they say
they are unable to obtain
replacements.
"I have been ringing all day
trying to get stock, and the
wholesalers just won't sell,"
one storekeeper said.
The Tribune understands
that the Bahamas Business
League has written Finance
Minister Arthur Hanna asking
that some action be taken to
break the stalemate over prices.
Wholesalers have already
made it clear that they are not
reordering any more items on
which they can expect to take
a loss, and have decided not to
sell goods already here on
which they would have to take
a loss.
NO STEPS
Although repeated appeals
have been made to the Minister
through the Prince Control
Commission, no steps have
been taken to adjust prices in
line with rising costs overseas.
One supermarket operator
said today that certain brands
of foodstuffs have already
disappeared. He cited in
particular Riceland and
Carmen rice.
"We are at the point where
we will soon be selling at a loss
if prices continue to go up in
the United States," he said.


One large wholesaler told
The Tribune last week that in
no way were they prepared to
continue selling at a controlled
price less than what it cost to
bring the goods in.
The cost of breadbasket
items was expected to go up
still further on August 1
making the margin of loss to
the wholesaler still greater.
At the instigation of the
Wholesalers Association the
Price Control (Commission has
reportedly made
recommendations to the
Minister to have the whole
method of price fixing
reviewed.
The Commission has
recommended that wholesalers
be allowed to put a specified
percentage mark-up on landed
costs. This suggestion has
apparently been ignored.
Merchants therefore who
already hal orders on these
' 'bread ask et'' items
outstanding, have cleared then
goods and put them into
warehouses where they say
they intend to keep them until
the government is prepared to
face up to facts.
One wholesaler said that by
delaying action the government
was penalizing the public and
particularly the small
storekeeper who depends ont
local wholesalers to obtain his
supplies.


Grand Bahama schoolgirl



tells of rape and threats

By SIDNEY DORSETT
A WEST END, GRAND BAHAMA STUDENT, testifying in
the Supreme Court trial of Joshua Knowles, 20, this morning said
Knowles had forced her to have sex with him by threatening to
cut off her head with a knife and throwing it into a canal on the


evening of March 2.
The 15-year-old girl told the
court that Knowles, whom she
had known only for six
months, struck her on the neck
when she screamed and begged
him to take her home.
The accused, a West End
sheet metal worker, pleaded
not guilty to raping the girl at
Bootle Bay, a remote area
about three miles east of West
End, on March 2. He is
appearing without counsel.
Led by Crown Counsel Mrs.
Janet Bostwick, the girl told
the court she saw Knowles on
March 2 while waiting at a
tailor's shop when it was
raining.
She was going to a friend,
Joanne Ileild, to have her hair
plaited when he drove up to let
somebody off, she said. iHe
agreed to drive her to the
Hleild's house, she told the
court.
She said Knowles drove in a
direction away from the
lteild's home when he started
the car. When she told him he
should go in the opposite
direction, he told her he was
going to turn his car around,
but he never did.
"He said aren't we supposed
to be friends, can't we just go
riding?" I told him I wanted to
go to Joanne's ... I said take me
back home but he did not,"
she told the court.
PARKED CAR
He took her to a remote area
and parked the car near a canal
and then told her that he had
wanted her a long time ago and
all she was doing was charming
him.
She had, on two occasions,
tried to open the door of the
car, but he told her not to do it


again and took a knife out ot
the glove compartment of the
car lie put it to the back of
her neck when he threatened
her, she said.
After being struck in the
back ot the neck with his hand,
she said he went into the back
seat of the parked car and told
her to join him there. She said
that he raped her after she
moved to the back seat.
After the incident, she said
he drove her near her friend's
home but did not stop.
Instead, he drove to his house.
She said Knowles, the
boyfriend of Joanne's elder
sister, also asked her what she
was going to tell her parents.
"Hle said I will be too ashamed
to tell them anything," she
told the court.
When she left his home, she
said she went to her house and
later called her mother frorn
upstairs. Her mother 'vas
downstairs in their restaurant
and bar and did not hear her.
She went downstairs and called
to her and later told her what
had happened.
The girl's mother, who
testified that she had seen the
accused around but was not
very familiar with him, said
that her daughter told her
Knowles had raped her.
2 INJURED BY N
TWO teenagers were injured
Sunday night at 9:35 o'clock-
when the motor cycle that
they were riding along the
East-West highway was
involved in a collision with
motor car CM 11, driven by
the Hon. Darrel Rolle, Minister
of Transport and
Telecommunications.


DR. FRITZ JESSURUN, president of the Caribbean Federation for Ment
delivering the welcoming address at the Ninth Biennial Conference of the
Federation for Mental Health, presently being held at the Uriah McPhee Prima
on Kemp Road. The conference opened on Sunday and will last for one weel
from left tc right are: Lady Butler, wife of the Governor General-designate who
also but not 5een in, the picture; Hon. Loftus Roker, Minister of Health; M
Coakley, conference director, Most Rev. Paul Leonard Hagarty, Catholic
Nassau; Dr. Matthew Beaubrun. Mrs. Matthew Beaubrun, Professor Michael
president of the Caribbean M.H. Association and Miss Sandra Dean, presid
Bahamas Mental Health Association. SHOWN INSET: Professor Lloyd B
principal and pro-vice chancellor of the University of the West Indies, deli
keynote address yesterday. Photos: Philip Symonette.


HIT-AND-RUN Unemployment in Cai


VICTIM IN -va serious problem

FAIR CONDITION o i nnfornn..o
Irnunntfa imnnfoarnv.a


Mr. Tom Kenmit of I Il i
Apartmtcntts. Third II crr.a.
Centetville was in i .tti
condition at the I'PiniCss
Margaret IHospital todla, atetc
being struck by ltit atid iti
car w ile standing Ont Jtldc h ti
apartment buldingt
Th'e incid.'nt o'cc rI .rr i' -
Mr. John Ransoiin. i ,.n.
Mr. Kein 's had drive '
apartment to use hits 'pi.iN itW
call the police anid t '; li 1 1.
that an attempt w.is b k
made to break itt l I,:,
Bank, Paaiind lie
Mr. Rantsom. a s. ir :.
officerr at Barclays B.Ita i It.,
and Dunmore, ocLc '. '
apartment above t
Palmdale branch.
According to police it' heard
sounds in the bank li ''a .t
about I a.m.. came do\'*st '- ,
got into his car and :'
his friend's house t.' it.M
phone. as hie has none
While thlie two ni -i V.-
wailtnn' outside the aup nt.,'a t
building for the police, '-i .-i
headed straight ort ;h. ti
striking Mr. Kemim.
Police said that \shit th ,\
checked thci foutid Ii.,i 'ti,
batik safe htd beetin ..;ll,: ;
with and anll acet' lcin,' i
used. 1 entry w as said .i'
been inladi.ei' t r ni il .'J
window ANccording to,- ;p' ;d-n
there \tere t t mic ;rt :-
lit-and-itun car.
In a separate ntidtii t (tt ;i
Rolle of Ktempi Road, r;pol,tud
Friday night that h,' ,.s,
attacked by tour ott01111 teHi
and robbed oI s 5 mrr
Road near Shirlcy StreetI
here was also an aticipted
robbery of the sale in the
Crown Lands Office slnitl
before midnight Saturlas I\I,"
men were seen to fleer tI l! .'
after police were called It the
watchlian. An acet'lcnC' trh
was also tsed itn an atc'!:ipt t I
break mitt the safe
A t 4, 20 a.m t. '. .
miiskedil inen entieed Ke'itlits
Chicken Shack and heldt11 up tI
employ ees with a '.\C ed Oit
shotgun, rhey made oitt within
about $300.

MINISTER'S CAR
Kendal Ferguson, 1. driver
of the cycle, and Morris
Minnis, 18, both of Warren
Street were detained at the
Princess Margaret Hospital.
An afternoon report from
the hospital said that Ferguson
is "still semi-conscious". He
sustained a fractured leg and
head injuries.


IUGJIIU1u bUNIUDW0Ic ;


Bs L' NI) \CRAWLFY
\BOLT 135 D1) I.( AIGATS from count
Africa, the Netherlands and South Am
yesterday foi the op(.nint of fthe ninth bienn
C.aribbein edeiatnr tor tMental Health.
Pr' toesso, r II ,. tt'. "'W e arn'
I' li i pi' ' \lce "'and we \
I I 1, *ll i ; |h" i .! I 1I l" e\ penitl-se t '
lthe West ]ndi. s 5', \inst mt e, \I. will!
initial '." ' .' ,e nole turthierain
speaker. tiii knlid
Protes'sor l;.It i .. ':: .' ,p ,ke "' \"s pil
I II . ,.,i i intlnil M citita II
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lit I t( renI ,' inIIet tiL!
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emiplh ed } : ";., -, 'e ct inkl sed
tlh e I.te ti ," i .' l I field Iol n
thi (C i i 'I.:,. i.i]\s derive e grc
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t,'iio tries


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S l "i h l CIt i l t
told wale d l te 't dei eilt, d cl

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the relii,iom' is p !it acom' tn t
des eltihimi i.' t nd miteit eImental
he vilth. whit hi sit re mitilly
i o nd,1. ,it ,kt 'c' s nil toi hfind
oil'iallns oti ned .it 4 p reach
those Minister o, Iici ilp i they
elon loftuic s i m,. ei t i
In his e adire th ul have been:
fuold the deleg l i there
cnild be a lengllh\ d ,seoiitse onl
lile relationship *t econl iiiill
development and mental

hound, but it "'\ lail to find
those in need of help that they
may acti\el\ pa i ncipetv in
economic development, then
this exercise would have been
futile."


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Mental He.


BITCO CHIEF

DIES IN


MARYLAND
A RI Ql, r Isd Mass for
Dudley lutghi AI hsis Wright,
C(aairmnan of the Board of
Bahamas International Trust
('o company limited will be held
at 11 a. n, t ll rs ow at
DouIghoregan Manor ( chapel in
IHoward (County, Mar land.
I- Mr AWright, was ,)was 00, and
i a resident of Nassau, died
yesterday at his surnmmer
residence after an illness of
tal Health, several months.
Caribbean A native of Ilngland. Mr.
ary School Wrihit was educated at St.
k. Pictured rancts Xaviers ('Cllege,
was there Liverpool. ngland, and joined
Bishop of btrclayn Batik ).(.( now
Beaubrun, ,li t, tIs Interna o I :n
ent of the I'00 Dt)uring the 261 ears that
raithwaite, he was employed b, Bariays
ivering the Bank 1) (.0 lie was stationed
st. cessivel3 in Barbados, West
Indices New York. I'.S A.;
\ IJ* I a assu aha;ias ard
ribbean K I ng






speaker


:is tar awav as
,a were prese'it
ittlerene'- of ti e

I'1 hvadded. MR. HUGH WRIGHT
't li'ltrdnr oln ... founder of BITCO
a It he ii and World ilWar i11. NI Wrigiht
1' 1 'it in the s;ened with the Bs,.lal Air
%Cweli,! ,)I Force inainls rik In-la
II. t195c, I ta ;i tri id to
tla Ba iatas \assa to establish Bahamas


I ii h\ e retirement in No eibet 1972.
d thew M_. WrightA i,, e stWablished
11i mC'th, nid I ('aynian Inierwitalth .l Irust
: 1e l.; '3a lris a \kl mi i i i ll [he
S !i' t ih!'s Intern.ititonal 'I rust 'tmpariy
of B rnittida Liitht'J : ,nd The
*'ih. N\ .i. ; h.as'd lMlanesma Intert.im l.t : I rust
I :.v,',, al ( I'll (I'ttn\ any Limnited
,: 1 !.' i the lit' was thiirm .in 'lf British
and Methane L[niitedd. gale
; t ''cdvpoti Ssitces ,l initcd. ''h i' l'leming'
S I ntioth I"'nd S \ ard deputy
\ I i n I c a l chairmann of I ngainyika
: ii nr C(t' 't"',i s [' t It itn J M r
S ,l th'sc \\ [i lt ;stvi i!so a d .lrc lor of a
h .ir held in ll tim hl)e ,). tltIe wo linp sic-s
. tI tlhe i .luidinsl' t rse> \t rnal ru.sl
S ca rs. is u tlnite d, t np nrial Iisiirani.
1' probleIms (cIllopin'. li llited, 'Pegaus
l.. a; lth .nd lntean nIationa.i S.AJ Swan
S,," genera.i litter i lnternatiol.i limited
S,[ !l'li ,i:r il at! Barclays l inance
S.. ,rpo i a lon ( Bahamas)
0 ir ,l ntied
':... A t Ih Mi Wright was also a
i ; rri all Rotarnan atnd former chairman
n ti' of the BIoy' Scouts Association
..ct. c\s Fiheitt s in the Bahamas.
'|nt t'icn'e loi havs' lie is survived by his wife,
.ailc,,hIltm 't i the former Helen ('arroll, three
nd Itiorn stork to sons. Vernon II. C. Wright of
Baltimore. Maryland; Wilfred
lt,,in. prcsidntl ( Wright of Hloward ('ounrity,
hcan I edcralion Maryland: and C. R. Ilarper
lHealth. gav\, the Wright of Nassau; and four
ddrt ss 'esterda grandchildren
from ilthe \Arld A memorial service will be
or Mental Health held in Nassau at Sacred Heart
Piolessol Michael ( church. Shirley Street, on
estdent FIriday at 5:30 p.m
of thanks was The family requests that
Miss Sandra.i Dean. in lieu of flowers,
Sthe Bahamas contributions be made to the"
lth Association Ranfurly Homes for Children


I lii was followed by a
reception given tinder the
patronage of the Minister of
Health. the ton. A. Loftus
Roker. and Mrs. Roker.
PRINCE CHARLES IN CARACAS
C A R AX tAS,. VI'NF7ttI'I A
(At') Prince Charles of Britain, in
Vene/uela as a crew member on the
HMS Minerva. arrived in Caracas
Saturday.


INK-SMEARED


II


] DUDLEY'S
COR. ROSETTA ST. MT. ROYAL AVE.
HEAR IT ALL
ON RADIO!!
AT HOME -
OR IN YOUR CAR.


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NIXON SEEMS FIT -NO SIGN OF FATIGUE
('AMP DAVID,. MAR YI. AN) (A') President Ni\in. lust re,,'sred
from viral pneumonia, is reported showing io) sign ofi lat lue '.1,spite ,
fairly busy weekend at Camp DIavid. lie conferred Sunda\ \ith his hilt (,t
St:ff. Alexander Haig. and News Secretary Roiinald /l'wler.
COX MAY SEE TAPES BUT NOT CONGRESS
WASHINGTON (APt) 1 former White House aide Gordon Strathan ;as,,
the scheduled witness when the Seante's Watergate hearing resuunled
Monday. Two other \White Ilouse aides were scheduled to tollow him II R1
Htaldeman and John 1hrlichnmin. The Senators also, are due t) get l .111
answer from President Nixon this week n() their request for pertinent
White Itouse tapes. Nixon has clearly indicated his answer will he no)
There has been talk that tile Senate imay subpoena the tapes It the' re
not forthcoming which shouldd create a confrontat ion I here Ailso, is tilhe
possibility. that the special \,atergate prosecutor, Archibald Co\. may want
access to the tapes. His office is part of the e\ecuti\e branch, which means
that the separation of powers argument advanced b\ President Ni\oin ill
refusing documents to Congress would not apple\
PREDICTS PHASE FOUR WILL STABILIZE PRICES
WAXSIIIN(;GTI()N (A P) Chairnian Herbert Stein ofi the I'resident's
Council of 1"conomic Advisers predicts that phase tour eclonomin, controls
will bring stable prices, high emplo ment and high level economiii activity.
He adds: "We knew when we started it that no one was going to like it."
but he also says it's designed to get the country. through certain transitional
periods
An immediate result of last week 's economic announcements is expected
to be higher food prices beginning this week. All stood prices except for
beef were released from tile price freeze. as were som111e other items. Stein iII
his broadcast remarks (on iC 1 S) sa s phase tour will slow c liosn price
boosts anid allow increases where necessary to stimulate production
ROMAN CATHOLICS TORTURED IN SAIGON
SAIGON (AP) A tale of torture has been recounted b\ tour Roman
Catholics who() sas tile\ spent a total of one lear in SOiuth Vietnamese
prisons The inenlbers ofi e sunllg christian workers sa t theii ere jailed
for six months and then found innocent of alleged anti-government acts
However, they then spent six months more behind bars for unexplained
reasons. The\ sa\ their torture included beating in a varnet ot was.
including the forced hitting of a wall with their own fists,
Two ofi tile \ming Vietinmese, who spoke tor the quartet, ,l,, said
burning cigarettes were pla(ied against their skiin ,aind thii tiht\ )iuld I'e
slapped on both ears simultaneously 1 his cant damage a person 's eardruns.
They also say they were hit isith furniture
South Vietnamese officials refuse to sa% whsl the four iw\ere held after
they had been found innocent. I he Saigon regime denies usnin" ILrt lure
ULBRICHT SUFFERS STROKE
BI RLIN. (;I RMANY (.\P) l'st Gertman news vmedin did notl hijloe
the condition Sundas of former Communist leader \\alter :lbricht alter an
official report a da earlier that li he suffered i stroke.
'The official last G(;erman News Agency -DN released aI three sentence
dispatch Saturday announcing the 80 \ear old founding either otf ast
Germany had suffered a "brain circulation disturbance" on I hursda' The
stroke resulted from "a chronic heart and high blood pressure ailment.
ADIN said.
East .German authorities did no,t reveal where tlbricht was being treated
PAA 707 JET CRASHES INTO SEA ONE SURVIVOR
PI'IAPl I lt FlItltII (,\N ) N\ 'ianalmericin 707 jetliner plummn eted into)
the sea shortly after taking oftf for Los Angeles Sunda, niti:ht I lour hours
later one survivor and 12 bodies had been lfountd fr,)ol tile i) passengers
and 10 crews members aboard
The lone survivor, a Canadian citizen. wa.s, being treated in the lPapec['t
Military, hospital.
A witness, a man iamed Ie\. said ij''s soon as the plane took off, it
turned to the left.I 1 thought it' pil)t wanted to avoid the fui lI tanks along
the edge of the runway,, or else the town. lThen it continued to gco down
Before it crashed into the sea, I sad a red flare and when rackinv like
someone was breaking a pIlwood hoard"
REPORTS REBOZO'S BANK BEING AUDITED BY IRS
MIAMI, I. LA.(-h\P) \ tMiami tclevision station, s.s it has learned from
a spokesman for the Internal Iesenue Service that lIe aIeni \ is auditing
the records of the bank operated b\ President Nixon's friend and I lorid
neighbour I G.. "Bebe" Rebo/o.
The station, WPL(G, reported I-ridas the spokesman confirmed that the
IRS has asked for Rebo7o's personal financi.il records but said he added
that the action does not imphll ,I wrongdoing bi Reh',,/
The station said Reh,)/oie was out of tonwi and a vie president )It tie
bank. Key liscayne Hank & rust Co reused commeitnt.
Among the directors of the bank is million.iire Robert .\bplanalp.
another Nixon friend
BELFAST A GHOST TOWN GRIPPED BY FEAR
BE 1.1 AST (AP) A nmafr security cl.impdown turned elilfast into a
ghost town Saturday is the British rnim warned thit terrorist bombnis ma\
be planted throughout the cit\
Thousands stayed huome on military advice, fearful ta threatened surge
of terrorism in retaliation for thile arrest t S leader oft the utkilawed Irish
Republican Army two days agoi
Many shopping streets were desert,I,,I rlf fi v, i, ut to .a niimnum
Parking lots,. usually crowded it thti start of [hli weekend w-re hall
empty
More than 4,000 British troops sealed off in.Hil] arteries with tieckp)oint,
for all vehicles moving into Northern Irland s neri'ous capital ars 1\\re
searched and civilians were screened
The warning that guerrillas mia\ ilre.itv I sli e placed L ombs in I list
came in ;in army statement broadLcisit ,i i) i nd television
URGE PERON TO ASSUME PRFSIl)E\(Y FORTHW1ITHl
BUI'1NOS AIRt.S. JiL' 21 \1'I \'.ear 20.)000 chanting. ti annr
waving Peronist youths rnarched tl'd.' ,,' tl'e tiouse ot e\ president Juan
)D. Peron. demanding that 'Per1)n .ttiii' the presidinc\ immediately
Peron, mean\hIile. ialls ''ut lie as ,ai the presidential residence in
nearby Olivos conferring with provisional president Raul L.istiri
Lastiri became temporary chle esx'Iite after former president Hectort
J Campora resigned last week to inluk rn .m tor IPeron
Radical Permist youths. iieit i ipro P'eronist guerrilla group ,
organized todas 's ralls inl ai et,rti t, lore tile il e crnlncnt it l name i' nt'i
president right a was
SHAH OF IRAN & ALI BHUTTO IN LONDON FOR TALKS
LONDON (AP) The Shah 'it Irii ,td Prime Mlinister I d\ward Heath
Monday conferred in top secret o'r tlhe ,uup it \tglinani.stan .ind other
major issues in the security. of Soit lest \la
As the two leaders held their )0 minute meting at the lianian 1 tribss.
President /ulfikar 'Al Hl hutti it t',akist i tlc- i i til I oid.in ftr a, tis,, dcIi
visit.
Pakistan, like Iran a ne a i iibt ,,t \i'h.iiilstnll is t.clIll; lll| < ia't'rnied
about developments in the region thies, selm to suggest thit the Sovliet
Union is progressing towards its ,,hfet l i t tith to the lPersiarn ;ulf iand
Indian Ocean

JAMAICAN LEGISLATORS MLST DECLARE HOLDINGS?
KINGSTON' JAMAIC'A (AP) \ legislative nleasure calling for annual
declarations of income and assets hi\ rwn rhers of Jamit.ca's Senate and
House of Representatives has been passed I hi.th bodies niul'. the assent
of the Governir Generalt remains pendi ing fr tie bill to becoiec laes

U.S. AND BRITISH CURRENCIES WEAKEN
LONDON (AP) I'he value of the I' S. dollar fell in lurope today, but
American currency isn't alone this time The British pound weakened also
The dollar dropped min I rankturt, /unrlch, and Paris and indications were
the pound was declining as well lin Lo Indon, the pound lost value against
the dollar.


HIJACKERS OFF AGAIN



Girl hijacker dies


in accident, 143 still


held on JAL jumbo


DUBAI (AP)t Hijackers of a Japanese Airline jumbo jet with
143 persons aboard prepared for takeoff Monday evening and
told the Duban control tower "from now on we are to be known
as the Mount Carmel Martyrs".


It was not immediately
known whether the hijack
group was planning some kind
of suicide mission or simply
referring to the death of a
female accomplice killed in a
grenade explosion when the
plane diverted last Friday-
In a first radio exchange
with the control tower, the
hijackers asked for the aircraft
to be refuelled and told
authorities to "provide
mechanical support for
takeoff "
They -also asked for the
body of the dead girl, a Latin
American identified only as
Peralta, and the return of a
Japanese purser wounded in
the same grenade blast.
Purser Yoshihisa Miyashica
is in a local hospital and Jal
spokesmen said he would "not
he permitted aboard under any
circumstances."
Dubai defense minister
Sheikh Mohanmmed Bin Rashid
appealed once again to the
hijackers to release the "women
and a four year old child from
among the passengers.
The guerrilla spokesman
replied: "Your appeal has
touched us very much.
Continue to get us ready for
take off. We will answer later.
"If I do not do what you ask
it is bccuase I am a soldier and
have to obey the orders I have
received."
MI SSAGF
Takeoff preparations came
90 minutes after the hijackers
received a message from West
Gernmany signed off in code
numbers a regular feature of
Palestinian Guerrillas radio
broadcasts,
Jal president Shizuo Assada
and the vice minister of
transportation of Japan, Bunsei
Sato, offered to go aboard the
aircraft as hostages if the
hijackers would release the
passengers.
The request was refused.
"We will keep the people
aboard the aircraft alive and in
good condition," said a
guerrilla spokesman. "We will
take them to a safe place."
Troops were loaded aboard
trucks at the airport terminal
and two refueling tankers sent
to the huge hoeing at the
hijackers' request.
A\ guerrilla stood in each
open door of the jetliner to
isatchl the refuelling.
A airport authorities at
Karachi, Pakistan. had said
earlier Monday they had
"'positive indications that the
aircraft is coming to Karachi."
IHu rried security
arrangements were made at the
airport which has been
cordoned off by police.
WARNING
The message relayed to the
hijackers by the control tower
at Dubai warned the tower not
to "miss one word".
The message said: "If you
intend to kill the passengers oni
hoard jumbo 444 do it at once,
otherwise be human enough to
release them.
"It sounds ridiculous if you
picrinit those whomn you
obviously want to kill to
receive refreshments and meals.
"Please give up your
intentions. There are other
means of unbloody possibilities
to reach your political aimts."
TI he message was signed off
"1356(), inhabitants of Federal
Republic of Germany."
I The message was relayed to
the hijackers at 3:45 p.m. local
time. earlier Monday. the
hijackers had indicated they
expected instructions "very
soon" from an undisclosed
headquarters.
The hijackers are believed to
include at least one Palestinian
guerrilla, a Latin American, a
-turmpean and a Japanese
member of the United Red
Arnt.
The hijackers did not
indicate where they might head
if they took to the air again, an
airport security officer said.
DI"MANDS
The hijackers have
demanded freedom for the


only survivor of a Japanese
Red Army suicide squad that
massacred 26 people at Tel
Aviv airport in May 1972. The
prisoner, Kozo Okamato, is
serving a life sentence at a
maximum security prison 10
miles from Tel Aviv.
Israel gave no immediate
response to the demand, but
the Israeli government has
frequently rejected blackmail
demands in the past.


A Beirut newspaper said in
an unconfirmed report that the
hitiackers also were demanding
S5 million.
The Boeing 747 was
commandeered by a team of as
many as five hijackers after it
left Amsterdam on Friday for a
flight to Tokyo. The hijackers
identified themselves as "Sons
)of occupied territory of
Jerusalem," a previously
unknown guerrilla group.
Yoshlihisa Miyashita, au
purser on the plane, was
released for hospitalization
after being wounded in a
grenade explosion that killed
one of the hijackers shortly
after the plane left
Amsterdam. lie said Sunday
the pirates told the passengers
after landing here:
"We have placed bombs at
all the doors, so don't touch
them or we'll all be blown up."
DEADl) lIJACKED
Miyashita said the sky
pirates included the dead
hijacker, who he identified as a
Latin American woman, and
three men carrying guns,
pistols and grenades. liHe said
the three men were a Japanese,
a Lucopean and a tall, bearded,
dark-skinned man who he
assumed to be either a
Pakistani or an Aralb.
Mi.yashita said stewardesses
told him of another hijacker,
possibly a Latin American mian
who had accompanied the
woman who was killed The
stewardesses said the man was
in the cockpit after che plane
was taken over.
The hijackers permitted the
woman's body and the
wounded crew member to be
taken off the plane two hours
after it landed here earls
Saturday morning.
The grenade apparently
went oft accidentally when the
purser was trying to hlielp the
woman adjust her seat.
lie said the blast splattered
him with blood and bits of
flesh. lie suffered shrapnel
wounds ofl the face and chest
but was listed in good
condition Sunday.
A police spokesman said the
hijackers had asked for his
return to the plane Sunday and
he responded that he was
willing to return.
All traftic at the Duhai
Airport was halted Sotme 100
policemen surrounded the
jumbo jet, but they kept about
300 yards from the craft.
110 DEG(;RI-F Hll-AT
A small generator was
hooked to the plane, but
authorities said it would not be
powerful enough to cool the
interior of the plane as
temperatures Sunday rose to
over 100 degrees.
Japan Air lines President
Shizuo Asada arrived early
Sunday to help in the
negotiations. His plane landed
at an airport 86 miles to the
southwest of Dubai "because
we feel the hijackers might be
excited at seeing another JAL
plane," a spokesman said.
The plane also brought
about a ton of food, medicine
and clothing for possible use
for the hostage passengers.
Shiek Mohamed Bin Rashid,
defense minister of the United
Arab Emirates, boarded the
plane Saturday in efforts to
negotiate with the hijackers,
but he emerged with no visible
agreements.
Among the 122 passengers
and 21 crew members aboard
the plane was a cousin of
Japan's C('rown Princess
Michiko. Akira Shoda, 44, is a
professor at Keio University in
Tokyo. His father and
Michiko's are brothers.
D)uabi officials reported
there were Japanese, German,
Dutch, Peruvian and French
passengers on the plane.
Instead of flying to Tokyo as
planned, the plane was ordered
to )Dubai's desert airstrip on
the Persian Gulf where it sat
through the weekend tndcer a
broiling sun,

GLUSMAN-CARROLL


DIVORCED AFTER 4 MONTHS
RENO, NI-V. (Al) A divorce
has been granted to singer D)iahann
Carroll and her husband, I reddie
Glusman, a Las Vegas dress shop
operator.
(iusman filed for the divorce in
Washoe district court here June 22.
In his filing, (liusman claimed
incompatibility as the grounds for
the action. lie said
"insurmountable differences and
diverse disputes" led to the
complaint. The divorce was granted
I riday.


PROTESTS IN


WAKE OF


NEW FRENCH


CLIMAX IS NEAR


Monday, July 23, 1973


LIBYA IN CHAOS


Watergate committee AS KHADAFY



nears showdown with GIVES UP POST


NUCLEAR TESTS
Nixon n file. tanes


1


Tuesday by a French man of
war, gave his version of the
confrontation on the high seas.
The skipper, David Moodie,
27, of Sausalito, Calif., said
French "frogmen commandos
armed with knives" took over
the schooner. He said some of
the 13 others aboard the sailing
boat scuffled with the French
sailors.
Moodie said the schooner
was towed to Mururoa and he
and the others aboard were
flown to the French island of
Hao, halfway between Tahiti
and Mururoa.
Officials there said that after
the tests Moodie will be
returned to Mururoa where his
craft will be returned to him.


WASHINGTON C AP)
which has crept ulp the
information, is near-ing a


IN The Associated Press
AN international protest
erupted Sunday in the wake of
France's start of another series
of nuclear tests over the South
Pacific.
The first device was
detonated Saturday. It was
suspended from a balloon
2,000 feet over Mururoa Atoll,
had the force of an estimated
5,500 tons of TNT and was
believed big enough to be a
trigger for a hydrogen bomb.
The French government did
not give details of the tests or
respond to the protests. But if
the French follow past practice
in the tests, conducted since
1966, there could be two more
explosions shortly, and then
three more nuclear blasts in
late August.
The French in the past have
waited as little as a week or as
long as two weeks before
triggering a second device.
Japan, Australia, New
Zealand, Canada and Sweden
all expressed their opposition
to the tests.
T he Japanese foreign
ministry called on France "to
stop the tests immediately."
New Zealand will keep one
of its warships in the Mururoa
area as a "silent witness" in
protest of the tests. Prime
Minister Norman E. Kirk said.
lie said the New Zealand
frigate Canterbury would
relieve the frigate Otago and
stay in the area, 850 miles
south of Tahiti, until the tests
are completed.
Prime Minister Gtough
Whitlam of Australia charged
that France had betrayed its
traditional respect for the law
by ignoring requests by the
International Court of Justice
to halt the tests.
"I xploding the bomb
deinionstrates the disregard
of the French government for
Ihe well-being of the peoples of
the Pacific region," Whitlain
said.
BOYCOTT
The Australian council of
trade unions will continue to
boycott French goods as long
as the tests continue, said the
secretary of the labour group,-
Hlarold Souter.
Foreign secretary Mitchell
Sharp of Canada said in reply
to a newsman's question that
his government hopes this will
be the last of atmospheric
nuclear tests.
"Canada is opposed to all of
them, and we hope that both
China and France will wake up
to the fact that we are living in
a different world, a world in
which we are concerned about
our survival."
France and China did not
sign the 1963 treaty banning
atmospheric nuclear tests. The
world's other nuclear powers --
the United States, the Soviet
Union and Britain signed the
treaty .
In Stockholm, the foreign
ministry said "Sweden has
consistently repudiated all
nuclear tests, both in the
at mosphere and below
ground."
In Brussels, the international
confederation of free trade
unions appealed to world
leaders to demand an
immediate end to the tests.
The secretary general of the
labour group, Otto Kersten,
said the organization's 50
million members are more
determined than ever to try to
stop the tests.
lie said the tests were
"proof of the contemptuous
cynicism toward millions of
men, women and children and
the further aggravation of the
dangers threatening their
health."
DENIAL
Australian and New Zealand
scientists have contended, and
the French have denied, that
the tests result in radioactive
fallout in sufficient amounts to
be a health hazard.
The American skipper of the
schooner FRI, towed from the
Mururoa danger area last


would violate the constitutional
doctrine of separation of povvers.
That argument wol Idn't a Ipply to
a request from Cox, %,,vhosei office is
part of the executive Wbranch-
At a news conference a month
ago, the prosecutor speculated at
length on how he mighl procceed if
the White House balb over information he felt was needed
for his investigation.
"If there comes a time when I
am not getting the information that
I think I have bean assured is
necessary then, of course, I will
report to you (the pr ss) and to the
country," Cox said,
And he made it clear le wouldn'tt
hmit his actions to a public appeal
for cooperation.


- The Senate Watergate committee,
White House steps in its search for
showdown with President Nixon, who


appears determined not to let
offices.
The committee expected to
have in hand by TMonday a
letter from the President
rejecting its request for "all
relevant documents -and tapes"
relating to Watergat e and has
scheduled an execute ive session
to consider the inatter.
Unless the letter coffers some
compromise, the panel likely
will issue a subpoer-ia for the
materials and leave the next
move up to Nixion.
The President held a
90-minute Watergat c strategy
meeting Saturday wi th chief of
state Alexander M. Itlaig, press
secretary Ronald L. Ziegler and
two presidential attorneys,
Leonard Garment anrd J. Fred
Buzhardt.
The W white 11t use,
meanwhile, was s-ctting up
defenses on other fronts to
keep the c11ommnnittee
investigators fronI coining
through a side entrax'uceas they
did last week by elic:.iting from
a peripheral witness the
revelation that Nixc-in's offices
and telephones were bugged.
When corntnitt ee staff
members tried to interview
Rose Mary W>oods, the
President's co 'afide ntial
secretary and executive
assistant. White Homse officials
objected.
NIXON ORI>lR
When the Senator-ssoutght to
question secret ser-vice agents
about the installation of
electronic eav esdropping
equipment in presidential
offices, Nixon ordered his
bodyguard force not- to talk.
White House of ficials said
the President wasr-'t backing
away from earlier p-rroniises of
cooperation w- ith the
committee. They said he was
following long-stancding policy
that executive privilege I.would
be invoked to p prevent the
Senate panel from cJelving into
White House proc .edures or
straying outside til e scope of
the investigation in mandated by
the Senate.
Sen. Sani J. lrvin Jr..
chairman of the Watergate
committee, contends that the
tapes of pr- side ntial
conversations with Watergate
figures and certain documents
in their files do "r -elate to the
matters the selec ct nc iii ttee is
authorized to invest igate." And
lie told Nixon in -- letter last
week that "access to relevant
documents should not be.
delayed if the coinm nittee is to
perform its mission. "'
By withholding ttle materials.
Ervin told a wee kend news
conference, the Pr-esident "is
making it more difficult for the
members of the co ininittee to
cling to a presui nilpion of
innocence of wrox-gdoing on
his part."
ERVIN WAR-NING
There is a rule of law and
logic, Ervin said, tl-'at "when a
person refuses to produce
evidence which is within his
power to produce- ..., those
who are seeking til e truth can
draw the inference and are
justified in the inf-erence that
the reason he does rmotproduce
that evidence is because it is

Cox may acdl to


let Nixon's tapes
WASHINGTON (f 1P) The
toughest challenge Ic' re-sident Nixon
faces to a decision th withhold
tapes of White House conversationss
may come not fro"' Ihe Senate
Watergate commilteet but from
special prosecutor Archiiliald Cox.
If the President .nnounr eis he
will not release Ihe tapes, Cox is
likely to responc-d with a
combination of legal and political
pressure.
So far, attention iwn the dispute
over access to Ihn Iapes has
centred on the Watergate
Committee's efforts thts convince the
President to turn then over
voluntarily.
Chairman Sam J irvin Jr.,
(I)-N.C.) has said he -,would vote to
subpoena the tapes if the White
House doesn't volunteer them. In
response to earlier requests for
White Ilouse documents, President
Nixon has said he t elves giving
them to a congressioiralcornmittee


t investigators probe his files and

adverse to him."
Meanwhile, the committee's
public hearings draw nearer to
the President's Oval Office
with the two men once closest
to Nixon scheduled to testify
this week.
After the questioning of
former White House aide
Gordon Strachan, John D.
Ehrlichman will be called
before the committee,
followed by II. R. Ilaldeman.
Until they resigned on April
30 because of the growing
scandal, Ehrlichman was the
President's chief adviser on
domestic affairs, and Haldeman
wis his chief of staff. Strachan.
who testified briefly Friday
afternoon, was an aide to
Haldeman.
The latest Gallup Poll shows
Nixon's popularity has
dropped to the lowest point of
his presidency. The nationwide
survey of 1,544 adults
conducted in early July and
published Sunday found 40 per
cent approving of his handling
of the job and 41) per cent
disapproving.
Eleven per cent expressed no
opinion.

Filipino wins Miss

Universe title

AT II ENS ( A P)
twenty-year-old student Maria
Moran of the Philippines.
crowned the most beautiful
woman of the world for 1973,
had breakfast in bed Sunday in
her hotel in Athens, Greece.
Maria, who is 5 feet ( inches
tall and weighs I 16 pounds,
burst into tears as she was
crowned Miss Universe
Saturday and awarded the
510,000 prize money.
Miss Moran wants to reign as
Miss Universe and not MS
Universe as beauty queens
front New Zealand and Hlolland
said they would have. had they
won.
"I believe in cooperation
and equality between the
sexes," Miss Universe said.
"not in women's crusades for
fighting mien."
She dedicates her triumph to
her parents she is one of
eight children in a family from
Mandaluyong. Rizal atnd
considers President Nixon to
be the greatest person in the
world today.
"lie is a great mnan and the
mian of peace she said.
But it was finance rather
than romance that Maria was
tnost concerned about.
"I have no plans for
marriage," she repeatedly
assured everyone and faces lit
up hopefully when she added:
"I don't even have a
boyfriend."
The business administration
college student wants to invest
her $10,000 cash prize,
together with money she'll
inake for appearances, in a
hotel complex. She also wants
to continue her studies and
modelling.


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BiNGHAI./I. I IBYA (AP)
Libya was threatened with the total
collapse of executive authority%
Monday unless Col. Moamnimar
Khadaft withdraws his resignation
as leader of the country.
he IS man Libyan Cabinet has
submitted its resignation to the
Revolutionary Commnand Council, a
group of young army officers who.
under Khadafy. are the top
decision making body in the land.
The council, in turn, issued a
warning t hat its 10 members
themselves wiill step down unless
KhadafY goes back on his
resignation as chairman and chief ot
state.
Khadafy resigned July 1 1 but the
council rejected his move outright
Together with the Cabinet, thi
council has continued to run this
oil-rich country of two million
people while trying to persuade the
31 year-old leader to change his
mind.
Khadafsy later Mondal is to
address a mass rally in this coastal
city to explain the reason for his
resignation and discuss the recent
crisis with I'gypt.
Iripoli Radio did not say
whether the Revolution Council
had accepted the resignations of the
ministers. Two members of the
Cabinet Prime Minister Ahdel
Salam Jalloud and interior minister
Kheweildi Ilamidi also are
members of the Council.
It was annotucned in C airo
MNonday that Jalloud and IHamidi
had flown to Cairo and met with
Egypt's President. Anwar Sadat.
late Sunda% There was no word on
vhiat happened at that meeting.
Officials here indicated the
Cabinet stepdown and the
threatened resignation of the
Revolution Council were the climax
of a campaign of official and public
pressure on Khadafy to resume his
post
It is widely expected here that
Khadafy will agree to withdraw his
resignation during Monday's mass
rally rather than seemingly abandon
the country to executive chaos.
The officers of the Revolution
Council, led hb Khadafy. overthrew
the Libyan monarchy in September
1969. \%nth Khladafy as its
chairman, the Council has since
been taking most decisions, leaving
their execution to the Cabinet.
But the wildly popular Khadafi
is the strong mil of thle regime, and
(he Council and Cabinet could not
hope to govern effectively without
him
Since the resignation became
public I riday night, thousands of
Libyans have been converging on
Bengha/i. clamouring emotionally
for Khadafy to return as leader.
lhey said only he could continue
to guide the revolution.
amnlong those expected to attend
Monday's rally were some 30,000
Libyans who last week marched
into Egypt in a bid to force the
union of the two countries by Sept.
I as scheduled.
This precipitated the crisis with
the reluctant FIgyptians and it was
then that Khadafy's stepdown swas
announced. The "unity marchers"
have since all returned to Benghavi.
A communique issued in Cairo
said that Sadat firmly believed that
Khadafy should return as leader of
Libya.



ABBEY

INTERNATIONAL


FUND





A short Editorial in The Miami Herald of July 13th brings the
situation in its correct perspective.
Under the heading "Changing Times, Changing Guard", the
Herald's editor wrote:
"There was a time for Martin Luther King in the history and
progress of the United States. lie arrived at that time and he
played an important role in opening American society for his
people.
"Back in the beginnings of resistance of Southern white to
black demands for equality under the law, Dr. A. D. Albright of
the University of Kentucky said, 'integration is more important
to the Negroes than the white man realizes and segregation is
more important to the whites than the Negro realizes.
"Dr. King made white society understand and appreciate the
black man's anger and refusal to continue his second class status
in America. When he was killed in Memphis, he had already been
to his mountain and he had already seen a new day for his people.


"The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy succeeded Martin Luther
King as leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
lie was a good man in heart, but he never seemed to understand
that the struggle for freedom must change with changing
conditions. Rev. Abernathy kept fighting old demons. In his
resignation, he lashed out at Dr. King's widow and at other blacks
for failing to support him.
"The time passed Ralph Abernathy. It is too bad he did not
recognize it."


The assassination of Dr. King was a bitter blow for his widow
and children but they refused to allow it to embitter their lives.
They had enough intelligence and Christian stability to recognize
that the death of their loved one marked the turn of the tide for
the people he gave his life to serve. And they moved upward with
the cleansing stream.
The time had come when the white people were making a
conscious effort to amend for the injustices of centuries. The
King family recognized the signs and accepted the new trend in
good faith.
The result of this quiet leadership by the widow of Dr. King
has paid rich dividends for his people.
It is, I am sure, as he himself would have wished it.

I can tell you that prejudice is not a natural condition. Put a
white child and a black child together. Leave them alone and they
will behave like normal human beings.
I believe I have a deep understanding of this subject because I
have lived and been involved with it all my life. I have never
had any really serious racial problems because I was reared in a
tradition of service and so I have never known prejudice in my
own life. I have liked people for what they are ... not for what
they are supposed to be. And so, when I have been confronted
with racial barriers I have been able to rise above and
eventually conquer them.

Prejudices are bred into a people by their training and social
environment.
After 1 succeeded in breaking down racial barriers in Nassau in
1956 a friend came to see me. I had always been conscious of the
fact that he had a racial problem but I liked him none the less
because he was one of the finest and most honest men I had
known in public life.
lie was perfectly frank. Hle told me that from earliest
childhood it had been drilled into him that the coloured man was
an inferior person. When he grew to manhood he found it
difficult to adjust to life in the Bahamas because he felt this was
wrong but still he could not overcome his prejudice. lie said he
wanted me to help him.
This man .... by his own conscious effort .... had reached the
point where he was beginning to think clearly for himself because
he had met a few coloured people who ... as he said .... had higher
standards than his white companions.

In the special Independence edition published by The Tribune
a passage from a history of the Catholic Church in the Bahamas
by the Rev. Dr. Colman Barry was reprinted with the permission
of the author and the publishers.
It was the story of my relationship with Fr. Chrysostom.
founder of the Catholic Church in The Bahamas. In this story I
told what this pioneer priest had meant in my life.
I related how I thanked him one day for all the help he had
done for me. He said t. it he owed me more than I owed him
because althou, he was a Priest working among coloured people
in the Bahama: ie had never learned to love them. I had taught
him how and, in this way, I had helped him to overcome the one


bhr ribunte


-Attorney General Adderley


denies Guardian r


Monday, July 23, 1973

The ribunt
NULmaU ADDIerUS JURARE IN VEBBA MAGISTM
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Aw,, er
LEON E. 1-1. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.-


because the system will
continue to be administered by
judges.
"It they meant that they
will no longer have trial by jury
they could forget about that,
because trial by jury happens
to be written in the
fundamental rights provisions
of the Constitution.
And we are not going to do
without trial by jury just
because Englishmen started it
first. It's good for us and \ve
are going to keep it.
"On the other hand, Mr.
Adderley said, if they meant
law reform, then there was
always room for law reform
and that was a continuing
process that has been going on
since the P.L.P. was the
Government. If there was going
to be need to have law reform
to make the streets of New
Providence safe for children

p^^ ^I^^^^^^^^^^^r


RAPS ESFAKIS LETTER


EDITOR The Tribune
Your Saturday evening issue
of the Tribune contained a
statement from a member of
the Board of St. Andrew's
School Dr. Andrew Esfakis.
Mr. John Chaplin is not in
Nassau to answer the detailed
charges for himself and it
would be unjust for anyone to
presume to do this for him.
But what do these charges
really amount to?
In the beginning Dr. Esfakis
himself states "as single
instances they amount to
common idiosyncrasies". It
appears that he is saying that
taken one by one they would
not have required Mr. Chaplin's
dismissal.
Hle proceeds to enlarge on
each "idiosyncrasy" to add
weight to his claim that added
together they show "a


disturbing pattern".
YET NOT ONE OF HIS
EXAMPLES TOOK PLACE
SINCE THIS BOARD WAS
ELECTED IN 1972!
Why therefore in the name
of all honesty is immediate
"irrevocable' dismissal of Mr.
Chaplin necessary now'?
I feel sure that Mr. Chaplin
would be the first to admit
that he has made mistakes
who amongst us, except
apparently the School Board,
would want to imagine that he
is incapable of error?
Let us stop this stupidity
right now. We don't need any
more meetings we need Mr.
Chaplin back where he belongs
as Headmaster of St. Andrew's
School.
ENRAGED PARENT
Nassau
July 23. 1973


barrier he had experienced in his life as a Christian.
Fr. Chrysostom had been reared in the U.S. at a time when the
black man was considered an inferior person. This idea had been
so deeply ingrained in his consciousness from childhood that it
became an obstacle to the fulfilment of his priestly life.
Through close contact with coloured people of quality he had
been able to conquer the demon in his life.

I have always believed that barriers could be broken down by
contact and association among intelligent people of different
races.
I felt that we had reached this point in the Bahamas when the
racial barriers were broken down. After that steady progress was
being made in evolving a united Bahamian people with a single
objective in life.
But, unfortunately, a seed of hatred was kept alive in the
coloured people and, as a result, discrimination has swung in the
opposite direction.
This means now that, if the new nation is to thrive, a conscious
effort must be made by its new leaders to bridge the gap they
have created with their racist propaganda and harsh policies.
They can start by subjecting themselves to a close
self-examination and then carefully selecting public officials for
posts that bring them in close contact with the public...
especially foreigners who desire to become .,ii'icl. identified
with the islands. They should start with Immigration and
Customs.

Perhaps the clearest example of how prejudices can be
overcome was the recent result of the election in Catholic Ireland
where Erskine Childers was elected President of this nation.
A news despatch from the Los Angeles Times Service reports
that Childers was "born in England. a nation some of his
countrymen still despise; a Protestant in this predominantly
Roman Catholic state: a man who does not speak Gaelic. Ireland's
native language; the son of an anti-British, pro-Irish American
mother and an English father."
It is difficult to understand how this could happen in Catholic
Ireland when, just across the border in Northern Ireland Catholics
and Protestants are engaged in a senseless blood bath fanned by
religious hatreds for political reasons.
In Northern Ireland, where brutal crimes are being committed
every day in the name of religion, the old animosities are kept
aflame by individuals who have selfish ends to serve.
In Southern Ireland .... Catholic people have elected as their
President a man whom they normally would be expected to hate.
What is their reason'.?
All they say is that "hlie is a good man".


ON AU 'Sl : '


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cost of the order. The


Office Will issC ., os '; ., ttanLe should by made by
stamp arid ao soneeir v. i i)., I t nsy Order, Postal Order,
*. 0 o :i c. :. Bank I)raft or certified cheque.
appointment ot Sir i ,n1 Order storms are now available
and adults to walk in Butler, the tri lj ,an :, I'. ... '. I,1 it Post Offices.
unmolested, then there will be (Gove rnr-(dneral n (u] .t I: I stamps and souvenir
law reformit to do that because ('olinon llwlcalth ol ,: :. sheets are displayed at the
we do not intend that Nassau Bahiam- _.!:- ;,* l. 01 .. h, (senceral Post Office, East Hill
become a hety like New York The stamp ill dep: ., I Street, at Mackey Street Post
new ( Wo, eaernor-(;ncra ,. . .. r d 01 fice and at Ereeport Post
where it is unsafe to walk the new (overnorenend at report Post
streets. Souvenir Sheet will io p : Office


COMMEMORATIVE STAMP ISSUE


Senator the Hon. Paul
Adderley, Attorney General
and Minister of External
Affairs today categorically
denied a statement attributed
to him by a Nassau Guardian
reporter, who attended a P.L.P.
meeting in the Bains Town
Constituency on July 17.
The following release was
made by Bahamas Information
Services.
"The Guardian quoted
Senator Adderley as having
said: 'It is no longer safe for
children and adults to walk the
streets of this island anymore'
"What Mr. Adderley said at
that meeting was that he did
not know what some people
meant when they said they
wanted to restructure the legal
system. If they meant they no
longer want judges they had
better forget about that,


I EDITORIAL

A good man overcomes


By ETIENNE DUPUCII
IN THIS column recently I discussed racial problems in the
U.S. and Great Britain and predicted that .... because the
American Negro is an American who speaks the same language
and worships the same God .... racial barriers will disappear in the
U.S. far sooner than in the U.K. where the dark races are an
imported mixture of racial, religious and language conflicts.
The time comes in any community, where two races have lived
together under different social umbrellas for a long time, when ....
with a conscious effort on both sides .... the gap can be bridged
and the umbrellas removed.

The breakdown of social barriers in the U.S. is now moving at a
fast pace. It will take a long time to disappear, but every
reasonable person on both sides in the nation today can look to
the future in the sure knowledge that everything in the field of
human relations is moving in the right direction.

In my article I cited the case in Los Angeles where a black man
was elected Mayor of the city by a predominantly white
electorate. Almost every day the newspapers report black men
and women being elected or appointed to a high office foi
the first time.
I pointed out that the time will come when individuals and
groups who preach racism to serve their own selfish ends will no
longer have an impact on the nation.

Since I made this prediction the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy
has resigned as head of the Southern Christian Leadership
Conference. lie succeeded Dr. Martin Luther King in this position
when Dr. King was assassinated by a white radical for his crusade
on behalf of black people. Since then Dr. King has become a hero
for both black and white people in America.
His martyrdom for a great cause served to bring the nation to
its senses. Since then a conscious effort is being made by white
leaders to give 'ieir black brother his place as an equal in the
nation, based of course, on individual achievement.
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Mrs. ('ril A huri\ and
grandson. Randy, were a well
dressed pan as theo departed
for Disney .,i Ii recent %itrs
Al hu r had 1c, 'lx \ outtitted
herself in l ,; i and t[ nnlis
shoes. lTho, w ho knows
tour-year-olds t.L'dcIstand swii
Rand has eaicned thIe lip I
being the good hbu t his
grandmother prescribed. All
went well until the plane
mounted into turbulanee
between Marsh Hlarbour and
Ireasue (*Cay. l)isnex World
was just not m st Iit 'Ill
suffering Randy de ided. When
thex landed to take passengers
at Treasure (ay Rand\ arise
from his seat, announced he
had seen l)isnei V\ rld. and
departed thie plane. A ib. c h<, i
knows ,ii, iwn mind.

(veorge AtteihitbuI br,.iOght
' 1ill'n .' to+, Man-0()-W r lltis
week wit!i son. ilarr, .ihab aid.
and the (Colin (lardiiner. Ml.
Atterburo 's son-in-law and
daughtci. (ienrge Ji ami ht1

cr\ ii i %%i the BI ahaii as I or ten c
\ a sI buth sime'i llchow 'ice iot
up t.) A c'ha I, I uiill tIhleir
delight ;t all the- have scen
tis trip. we believe Abah i ma
see then rieC ilarl\ e\el wecintler
hentcfo)rtli. WVe ire tId \ Mrs.
\tt erbu i rumaind in
P1hiladelphlia f'eati l iahian'ian
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Blaltin joIt, d her' h t ie- '! iii
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god-daulghtei. .,it(i her intign
friends. B, inn\ ii lX' i' at nd
Mar Ingler. Sherwoi,,d and
I lane's, Daniel Hall, id lis
boat giesl. Patcicia Okeek .

CROWN LIFE
APPOINTMENT


Crown Lfe Insurance-
Company announces the
appointment of Lindy L.
Darville as Insurance
Consultant in their
Bahamas Agency. Mr,
Darville has had over 16
years experience at all
levels in the Life In
surance Business
During this time he has
demonstrated conr
sistent sales leadership
and extensive ability in
life insurance matters
and will continue to
provide professional
service to his wide
clientelle. He is also a
graduate of the Institute
of Insurance Marketing
at Louisana State
University.


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By Abigail Van Buren
t 1973 y Chticao Tribune-N. Y. News Synt, Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I'll soon be 30 and I want very much to
get married [preferably to a nurse or teacher] but I have
trouble finding marriageable girls because I don't drink,
smoke, or dance.
I'm a college graduate, not repulsively ugly, and I'm a
stay-at-home person. So how does a stay-at-home person
meet another stay-at-home person?
Pickings are mightly slim-someone else's castoffs [di-
vorcees with kids] or a girl with a face that only her
mother could love.
Guys tell me to go to a bar and order a soft drink, but
bars are so noisy you can't hear yourself think, let alone
carry on a conversation with someone.
Mom says go to church, an idea which doesn't appeal
to me much. And computer dating is a "bad trip."
When I was working I met girls who only made it thru
high school. If I'd say I was interested in anthropology,
they'd say something like, "Oh, I like gardening, too."
If I don't find work by September, I'll go to technical
school where the girls will be 10 to 20 years younger than
me, and unless you are Sonny and Cher I don't think that
will work out.
Any suggestions? B. B.
DEAR B. B.: Volunteer work and community-sponsored
social programs attract the kind of girl you want. And
don't put down your mother's suggestion. "Stay-at-home"
girls usually go to church.

DEAR ABBY: I have been married for seven months to
a real "he man"-or so I thought until recently.
Now I find that he puts himself to sleep by sucking his
right thumb and rubbing his left earlobe! I have caught
him at this several times and it really bothers me to be
married to a man who has such baby ways.
I haven't said anything to him about it because it's too
embarrassing. Now I'm wondering if maybe I should tell
him I have seen the way he puts himself to sleep and ask


-i, .. ,. along with hi- I english
''erl creW. who claim to be
I dilcl aii can c chami pions s
,I!' tlli)\\in i oilt ie chal lnge to
.An', it1h l clibbage JAla\eis otM
th- island anil cin he t iund at
i ('onhl i n anc e' c liilg.
I', pl I uesday

l AillIhew huuri als tell
\ 'ir- ld tion the fiftncc th.
\lhi\si (lenn. Jamie. Ruthiie
\i\ Jail. Randy and brother.
16.ill, aithe.lrcd to help him
ci' hbrt'. (e'rrv Swecting.
\l.i k Ro berts. (reog DLIincaii.
.nd (iordon and (lihris Bturne
'.ere i '-ests pso. With lhe
e C \ c ep clop ti p e\ liial'te'l
pal cnis, tlhe part\ riln the
coult isMost small boys' parties
do. ciood t,,,dc, noisy games,
over exciled celebrant. Marcell
and Christine look it all in easy
good lin iir. Matthew's new
pul ple bi ,cy le pl'eases hinl


\ il1ii. bI lhdai\ \\as the
s utlllp I ii'' s ien Miss Betty
ccid c\ ;l' \1 ii cc \\ 'lll C tl if
liher i) pii, i'llcup. It had been
pl( tc led \\hii sich secrecy b )
Karen Alcii\. classic Albury,
J ("I l i, il c Jo11anine
Sal dil,. lhiil k c l l\ had Ioi
sulspqlci)'n. Sl,. c. delighted.
and deeCpl\ l eiihed to fitld her
young t liii it i I'annie and
Mcellanii .iiic Jl..in ll! Donna
AlbiU li gtlherecd ,'n i he porch
oi Karicci'- hic'ine. A vert
atliiraIclic I icill \cas served
ifter Bet\ opened her gifts.
She li l 'i,)ced el\et ione carry
hlio l uc ie-, ii'--. ,'iden slabs of
heI bit!ll \il. cakeI
I + ,
Il iililli n L 1 1 i ) iclud these
dai s l' ci, t lie Queen's
Iligiwi\, -.1st of tihe
settlement rie Johni Stouts'


house is being renovated by
Mr. Eddie Albury and his
associates, Mr. Tweedie
Sweating, (iurney Roberts, and
Bill Albury have divided the
lower level of this, one of the
older houses, so that the
bedroom space will be greatly
increased. Earlier during spring
the same crew rebuilt the dock
to accommodate the Stouts'
yacht, Anne Bonney. She has
been moored in Hope Town
for the past several years prior
to the Stouts purchase of the
Philip Wick house.

Just a bit further along
Harcourt Thompson is general
in charge of extensive
remodelling on the Smithwick
house bought by Mr. and Mrs.
Whetzel- Here only the shell of
the original house remains.
Door and window openings
have been doubled: the
enclosed kitchen now flows
into the living area; a
hteavy-hrowed porch will
undergo a roof lift It will be
ready for the Whetzels'
imminent visit: not finished,
but livable. Initially Harcourt
pursued this herculean task
alone. Recently he has been
joined by Leonard Thompson,
Wilson Sands, and Perley and
son. Richard Roberts, for their
specific specialties. There is an
adjacent house Harcourt will
covert later in the summer.

Joan Russell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Russell,
left Sunday for a fortnight's
holiday in Nassau. She will be a
guest of her sister, Anne, Mrs.
James Harris. Joan postponed
her departure from Saturday so
that she might be one of the
hostesses at Betty Reid's
birthday


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He's ready to wed


-he just needs a girl
hin to please try to get over it.
Abby, this man is 6' 2", loves all kinds of sports, and
he's seen active duty in Viet Nam, so I can't understand it.
How should I handle it?
"BABY'S" WIFE IN ARKANSAS
DEAR WIFE: What possible harm is your husband
doing to himself-or to you-by putting himself to sleep in
this manner? Leave him alone, and thank your lucky stars
he doesn't need sleeping pills!

DEAR ABBY: When Rudy [he's my husband] was
stationed in Kentucky about 18 years ago he became friend-
ly with another soldier. Rudy spent a lot of time at this
buddy's house.
At the time Rudy was 26, and single. To make a long
story short, he had an affair with his buddy's wife. Rudy
says he really didn't care much for her, but she was handy.
I have known about this for a long time and it never
bothered me because my husband hardly ever mentioned it.
Now all of a sudden he is talking about it a lot and I
find myself becoming very jealous over something that had
absolutely nothing to do with me. I've even had nightmares
about it.
Rudy is 14 years older than me and we have had a
good marriage.
Do you think he keeps talking about this affair because
he feels guilty and wants to get it off his chest? Could he
be proud of it? Or do you think he just does it to hurt me?
I have never told him how much it bothers me because
I believe he should know that. You can print this. All Rudy
reads in the newspaper is the sports section. UPSET
DEAR UPSET: It doesn't matter why Rudy talks about
It, but I think you ought to tell him how much it bothers
you. Ask him not to mention it again.

DEAR ABBY: I am married and have three preschool
children. My husband has a good position with a well-
known corporation.
My problem is the lady next door. She is around 40,
divorced, and has teen-age children. We live in townhouses
and our front doors are side by side.
About a year ago she told me that she was the reincar-
nation of Cleopatra and has had visions as proof. Later she
told me another neighbor, who was trying to possess her
body, was making her stink! Then "Cleopatra" started
leaving her garbage by the front door, which attracted
flies, so my husband asked her to please remove it. She
insulted my husband and accused HIM of making her stink,
too. [My husband removed the garbage himself.]
When a friend called on me a few days ago, "Cleopa-
tra" met her on my doorstep, announcing that SHE was
now the Queen of Austria! She also told her that I was
making her stink. Later that day she rang my bell to tell
me that she knew my husband and I had entered her house
while she was away. She used insulting, abusive language.
She must be sick. What can we do? Is there some
society we can call? One almost hates to get involved.
INSULTED BUT FORGIVING
DEAR INSULTED: Contact your County Welfare Infor-
mation Service and report your neighbor's peculiar behav-
ior to them. They will investigate the matter without using
your name. She appears to be disturbed and in need of
help.
CONFIDENTIAL TO M. M. IN GREAT FALLS, MON-
TANA: It's a great deal easier to forgive an enemy after
you get even with him.

Problems? You'll feel better If you get it off yew r het.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. WO0, L. A.,
Calif. IWO. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
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OPEN:
ALL DAY FRIDAYS
'TILL 7:30 P.M.
SATURDAYS 'TILL 8:30 P.M.


BaH&MaS

GOOMBAY

SUMMER'72


GEORGE DELEVEAUX SAYS...
MR. BAHAMIAN BUSINESSMAN! Start this
Goombay Summer off with a "SMASH" by
putting each one of your employees in
colourful uniforms with your company emblem
or crest attached.
Call me or come out and see us on Farrington
Road for that "Jumping Dancer Look" for
your employees. WE RENT OR SELL.


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FARRINGTON ROAD PHONE 35576 35548

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AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE MAJOR APPLIANCE VALUE


GEOFFREY JONES
Cr. Rosetta & Montgomery Sts.


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Phone 2-2188-9


THE FANTASTIC FINALE to a fantastic fashion show took place at the
Halcyon/Balmoral Hotel last Monday as the Goombay Fashion Show moved to Cable
Beach. For the finale, Trend Bahamas Modelling Agency had all the girls in the show don
Goombay Summer tee shirts. Seen here on parade are, from left to right, Ella Bastian,
Madronna Watkins, and Colin Knowles. This week the fashion show, which is sponsored
by the Nassau/Paradise Island Promotion Board and the Ministry of Tourism, will be held
at the Flagler Inn, Paradise Island.

Some sample views on our


Bahamas Goombay Summer

By Daphne Wallace Whitfield
IN A PRESS CONFERENCE prior to this year's Goombay Summer Mr. Basil Albury, Assistant
Director of Tourism, in response to a question, said that in order to properly measure its success in
the area of tourism Goombay Summer would have to be shelved for a year, which, of course, his
Ministry had no intention of doing.


I decided to attempt a little
measuring myself albeit
inexact and random at last
Friday evening's Goombay
parade and jump-in dance on
Bay Street,
There was a fairly good
turnout with the audience
being roughly divided between
tourists and Bahamians. Three
yqung Bahamians, two
musicians from Ghana and an
expatriate couple were
interviewed and in all cases the
reactions were favourable and
suggestions interesting.
The first young Bahamian
made ten points.
Goombay he said (1) is good
for young people as the music
and activities provide an outlet
for self expression.
(2) relates to Bahamian
culture (more about this in
following weeks in this
column) in respect of street
and fire dancing
(3) helps the Bahamas
economically, socially and
culturally
(4) promotes tourism.
He noted and approved of
the following improvements:
(5) this year he felt
goombay summer was 100%
more successful than the
preceding two years this year
a stage had been erected which
provided for much better
vision
(6) the 1973 promotion had
been better probably as a result
of the Independence
celebrations
(7) costumes were superior
(8) local food vending was
improved.
Hie concluded that (9) No
real improvements could be
made
but he regretted (10 that
participation was limited to the


jump-in dance and rushing.
NOTHING NEW
The second young Bahamian
approved the increased
proportion of tourists this year
and hazarded an opinion that
the reduced number of
Bahamians was a result of
Goombay Summer being three
years old and holding nothing
new for Bahamians. He even
suggested that Bahamians be
limited and that goombay be
restricted primarily to tourists.
He came out himself he said to
listen to the music.
For the third young
Bahamian this was his first
experience with goombay
summer and said that it
provided him with a total
relaxation from work. He
noted that the goombay music
was "sweeter" than Junkanoo
where the emphasis is on the
elaborate costumes. He
suggested that the music,
dancing, local straw work and
food vending should receive
more promotion and that, in
order to keep goombay fresh
and spontaneous, there should


SANDY'S -- Lay-a-way early
for your back to school needs.
Polyester boys long & short
pants Polyester & cotton boys
long and short pants Perma
press shirts socks Hanes
underware.
NEW ORIENTAL
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
LTD. Independence day is
now over the festivities are
finished. All Bahamians must
now make sure more than ever
that they look the best at all
times. Have your garments
cleaned at Oriental.
MASTER TECHNICIANS -
Whirlpool heavy duty washers
and dryers, Washer $370.00
15% discount, Dryer $330,.00
15% discount.
ORIENTAL LINEN &
HOUSEHOLD SERVICES
LTD. Mr. Bahamian
businessman! Start this
goombay summer with a
"smash" by putting each one
of your employees in colorful
uniforms with the company
emblem or crest attached. Call
or come in to see Oriental we
rent or sell.
CARLA'S FABRICS See
Carla's for your dress for Gala
Functions. Also hats, braids,
straw, fabrics & panamas. New
shipment of fabrics just
arrived.
RODGERS SPORT SHOP -
SCHOOL UNIFORMS for
Queen's College, Stephen
Dillet, Uriah McPhee,
Kingsway Academy. Columbus
Primary. Perma Press Pants
from $3.95.
SEVENTEEN SHOP
Goombay Summer Specials.
All short dresses $17.95, Long
dresses $22.95.
THE ASSOCIATES -
Just arrived remnants of
material for curtains and
upholstery.
ORALEE'S FASHIONS-
Shop N' See, More for Less.
Just arrived large assortment,
the latest in ladies blouses &
halter tops. Also, ladies arnel
dresses in half sizes low, low
price $18.50.
GEOFFREY JONES & CO.,
LTD. Washers General
Electric $345.0 See Ellis
Stuart, Salesman.


be fresh dancers every
week. It was also the firs)
time at goombay in fact the
first time in Nassau for the
two musicians from Ghana
who are performing at Tiki
Village.
They were enjoying
themselves and noted that the
goombay music itself is very
similar to the music of West
Africa. The costumes and
dancing, however, appeared to
them to be more western and
specifically American in origin.
The expatriate couple who
have been in Nassau for four
years were also experiencing
their first goombay activities.
They enjoyed the colour and
also noted that the music was
superior to Junkanoo.
They thought the goombay
programme to be a
promotional success as in their
opinion all festivities bring in
tourists. They entirely
disagreed with the young man
who advocated limiting the
festivities to mostly tourists as
this would disastrously detract
from the crowd atmosphere.
One suggestion they made
which is well taken (and bears
relation to a subject I intend
going into in future weeks in
this column) is that some sort
of brief should be given to
tourists to explain goombay.


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VENIIA CLAHE SAYS...


Independence Day is now over the -
festivities are finished it was no doubt
the greatest day in the lives of all
Bahamians. We must make sure, now
more than ever, that we look our best at
all times.
Have your garments cleaned at Oriental.
r JL Bring them to me at Mackey & Madeira
Streets, I will take care of them
personally.


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be most rewarding for the lucky
Family Islands.
For the hundreds of other
attendants, the evening was
informative and entertaining.
The programme Thursday
evening in the Governor's Hall
at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel was sponsored
by the Ministr. of Tourism,
Bahamasair and the Out Island
Hotel Association to launch
the domestic tourism campaign
for the second year. The
campaign is effective July
through the end of October
and offers discount holidays
reduced air fares and hotel
rates to Bahamian residents.
The lion. Clement T.
Maynard, commenting on the
advantages of visiting Family
Islands, said it was important
for Bahanians to achieve closer
ties with the other islands.
"'In this our year of
Independence, we need to
understand each other, to have
an atfinity wvitlh all islands, not
just Grand Bahama and Nassau.
I feel that if wt e can achieve this
we wouIIld have done a
trellmendous iobh
IIe also siI d more jobs
would be created if Bahamians
vacatiCIned at home instead of
abroad '\s \ on know,
Bahamans arc great travellers.
Four \. ars ago. for example.
we made some ic 8,000 trips
outside the Bahamas."
IN Bt'SI NISS IF
\Mr \la\ ,ird said that if
onl\ 25 per cent of these trips
were taken in the Fanmiil
Islands, 0not onl\ would the
resorts he opened year rouLnd
hut the belief its would be
spree 1it I iiore people.
"If we are to build our
nation. we must build tip our
salesimaniiship If out of every
dollar spent. \ oi spend 25
cents in the Bahamas, we
would he in business," the
Minister said
Biahimiasair participation in
the campaign was outlined
hriefly by Jesse Boynton who
stressed the importance of
ticketing in advance, at the
same time of reservation. "A
reservation over the phone is
not enough." he said, "one
must also buy the ticket in
advance."
Balihamaisair requires that
reservation and purchase of
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LADY PAUL, wife of
Governor Sir John Paul and
president of the Girl Guides
Association Council, seen
planting a Ficus Benjamina
tree at the Guides camp-site
that was recently leased from
the Government. The


winners of free holidays in the
ticket he made at least a week
in advance and that airline
reservations be made in
conjunction with hotel
booki.gs.
Discount is applicable only
if overnight is specified and on
return fares only.
Page Arey, executive-secre-
tary of the Out Islands Hotel
Association showed slides of
the various resorts and gave
brief descriptions of the
facilities and amenities.
A 20-minute colour film,
"Fly Away to the Bahamas"
was also included in the
evening's rogramme.
"An Evening in the Family
Islands" was nicely
interspersed with Goombay
and Folk music provided by
Family Island entertainers:
George Wiley and the Inn
Crowd, representing Out Island
Inn, George Town; William
Bullard, singer and guitarist
and lames Major from Romora
Bay Club, Harbour Island:
Seabreeze Bethel and Ellingotn
Johnson from Coral Sands
Hotel, Harbour Island; Charlie
and his Calypsonians of Club
Peace and Plenty, George
Town; the Deltones from
Treasure Cay Beach Hotel.
\baco.
Fourteen drawings were held
throughout the evening for free
holidays to: Treasure Cay
Beach Hotel, Abaco; Las
Palmas Hotel, Andros; Great
Harbour Club, Berry Islands:
Club Peace and Plenty. George
I own: Coral Sands Hotel,
Harbour Island; Out Island Inn,
George Town: Rormora Bay
Club. Harbour Island; Riding
Rock Inn. San Salvador:
Roberts Harbour Club. Spanish
Wells: Stella Maris, Long
Island: Cotton Bay Club,
Eleuthera; Bucaneer C('lub,
Fleuthera; Elbow Cay Club,
Abaco; Cape Fleuthera Club
and Arawak Cove Club,
Fleuthera.
Attending the performance
were several members of
Parliament Hon. Darrel Rolle
(Minister of Transport), Mr.
Joseph Ford, Errington
Watkins. Cyril Fountain and
members of the Hotel
Association and the Out
Islands Hotel Association.


occasion was marked also as a
farewell by the Association to
its president, Lady Paul, who
leaves the Bahamas at the end
of this month. Plans for the
future development of the
si'.e were also discussed, Seen
from left: Ranger Guide,
Barbara Brown, Mrs. Ivern
Davis, Lady Paul, Mrs.
Clement Maynard, Dr. Cora
Davis, Mrs. Dean and Mrs.
Clarice Granger, Guide
Commissioner, who is
keeping a close eye on Lady
Paul's planting.




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ON THE OCCASION of the
Independence of the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas, Nestle's Products
Ltd., parent Company of the
world-wide Nestle's
Organization, donated a
cheque for $10,000 to the
Ministry of Health to be used
to purchase equipment for the
Maternity and Children's Ward
at the Sandilands Hospital.
Pictured (at left) during the
presentation of the cheque,
from left to right, are Mr. Ken
Williams of the Ministry of
Health; Mr. John Thompson,
Administrator, Princess
Margaret Hospital; Mr. George
R. Menoud,Director, Nestle's
Products Ltd.; Hon A. Loftus
Roker, Minister of Health: Miss
M. Virgill, of Sandilands
Hospital, and Mrs. M.
McDonald, Permanent
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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT CARSFOR SALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED ELP NT W T


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Lot MONTAGU HEIGHTS -
near school and shopping. Size
118 by 155. Asking only
$19,500.00.
16 acres with 400 feet frontage
orn WULFF ROAD. Ideal for
shopping centre, Drive-in
Theatre, School, or
Commercial Venture. Build
with our New Nation, Price
upon inquiry.
-HGHLAND PARK three
bedrooms 2 baths plus large
family room, furnished, with
one of the largest lots at
Highlaand. Size. 100 by 178.
Only $48,000.00. Immediate
possession.
DIAL DAMIANOS, 22033,
22305, 22307, Nite 41197.


FOR SALE
WOODLAND OFF
VILLAGE ROAD
A very attractive 2 bedroom 1
bath house, completely
furnished with garage and
laundry, three way water
systems on lot 100' x 80' with
extra lot 100' x 82',
beautifully landscaped with
fruit trees and vegetable
gardens. Both lots completely
walled in. Phone 31310 will
consider offers.

C10354
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
-.. central airconditioning. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.

,C 10450
BUY A LOT in Yamacra'.
Beach Estates. You can bull':"
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.

C10344
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape.
Airconditioned throughout.
Unusual opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

C10612
FOR SALE
HOUSE MONTAGU
HEIGHTS. Enclosed grounds,
fruited 100 x 150. Has three
bedrooms 2 baths, furnished.
Asking $50,000.00 come see
anytime. Old Bahamian house
in a high class area.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate Phone 22305. 22033,
41197.

C10616

SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
EFFECTIVE TO July 31st

1 Residential lot South
Beach Estates. Price $3000.00
1 Residential lot Emerald
Ridge Price $3000.00
1 6400 sq. ft. Bernard Road
$4000.00.
Be one of the first ten
purchasers after Independence
and receive also a free bonus
gift value at $40.00. Call Bill's
Real Estate 23921.

C10541
SPECIAL SALE VALUE
REAL GIVE AWAY
BARGAINS
OWNER LEAVING NASSAU
Extensive property on Soldier
Rd. slightly South of Robinson
Road junction. 500 feet deep
3 bedroom house with
adjoining 1 bedroom
apartment airconditioned.
Plenty fruit trees, well
landscaped, very congenial
neighbourhood, 1700 sq. ft.
enclosed patio. Will sell
furnished or unfurnished for
35% below replacement value.
Long term lease may be
considered.
Also 2 lots on Robinson Road
East
2 New Morris Marina's 1-130C
1-800 T.C.

A CASUAL INQUIRY MAY
BRING GREAT SURPRISES.
PHONE 32527 or 32140.
C10591
FOR SALE
House, land and contents
SEABREEZE has three
bedrooms 2 baths, sunken
sitting, large kitchen, maids
quarters, and patio, grounds
100 by 100 tastefully
furnished with Air. Garage.
Asking $42,500.00. No water
problems, City & well system.
UNFURNISHED -
SEABREEZE. 3 bedrooms 2
baths unfurnished, only
refrigerator stove. Now rented
for $350.00 monthly. Asking
$40,000.00.


C10356
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool, short or long term. $375
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.


C10521
FURNISHED three bedroom
two bath house in Seabreeze
Estates, airconditioners,
telephone, garage, laundry
room, automatic washer and
dryer. $400.00 Phone 5-8512.

C10524
TWO 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS consisting of
living dining room, kitchen and
bathroom, basically furnished
- Twynam Avenue. Phone
5-8185


S10622UO
NICE LOT near sea,
McPherson's Bend, 250 ft. x
100 ft., Lights & Water, Phone
4-1200.
C10610
FOR SALE
12 One bedroom, 1 bath,
furnished apartments. Out East
- with swimming pool, patio.
Fully rented. GOOD INCOME.
Price negotiable. DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033 evenings
41197.

C 10609
FOR SALE
HOUSE WESTWARD VILLAS
- rights to Sandy Beach. Was
$55,000.00. Now only
$49,000.00. Owner will accept
$12,000.00 cash and offer a
big mortgage of $37,000.00.
This house is furnished and has
three bedrooms, two baths.
Come see and lets make a deal.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, Nite: 41197.

C10611
FOR SALE
HILLTOP GORGEOUS
VIEWS situate Out East. 21/z
level. Enclosed grounds,
swimming pool, patio,
manicured grounds. Spacious 4
bedrooms, plus ground floor
bedroom,. plus ground floor
pool room plus complete one
bedroom 1 bath living quarters.
Suitable large family. Fully
carpeted, Tastefully and
expensively decorated,
without a doubt, one of the
best offerings. If you like
high-class living in a high class
area with high class house, ring
us to view. Above
$300,000.00 No curiosity
seekers please. DIAL
DAMIANOS, 22033, 22305,
evenings: 41197.

C10551
LOVELY 3 bedroom house on
Canal Seabreeze. Includes 2
lots furniture etc. Landscaped
and fruit bearing trees. A real
bargain. ZERVOS REAL
ESTATE, 22633, Between
2:30 -5:30.

FOF RENT
C10437
Two bedroom partly furnished
apartment, Fastern End of
Lancaster Street, Shirlea,
Inquire apt. next door.

C10345
One efficiency apartment, ana
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.

C10442
4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH
unfurnished house,
airconditioned, double car
garage, telephone Stapledon
Gardens. Telephone 34815.

C10346
4500 sq. ft. warehouse c.
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.

C10343
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.

C10332
AIRCONDITIONED one
bedroom furnished apartment
in Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, with laundry room
facilities and master TV
antenna. Also large parking
area. For information call
5-3928 or 5-4258.

C10349
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.

C10364
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 2-4777-8.

C10288
LITTLE ORCHARI.)
COTTAGES and apartments t.
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned -
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Village. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.


CARS FOR SALE

C10570
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
automatic Green $1693
1971 VIVA-- 2 dr.
automatic Green $1695
1969 VICTOR 2000
S/W Automatic $600
1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Automatic, White $950
1973 MORRIS MINI
Automatic $1895
1968 PONTIAC STRATO
CHIEF Yellow $1400
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
4 dr. Automatic, white $995
1968 JAVELIN
A/C $1200
1967 TRIUMPH
1300 Red. Std. $800
1973 VICTOR S/W F.E.
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970 RAMBLER SST
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S. Auto. A/C $2700
1964 CHRYSLER $800
1968 HILLMAN S/WGN
Green Auto. $1100
1971 FORD CAPRI
AUTO Blue $1950
1966 MORRIS 1100,
4 Dr. $500
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Phone 34636-7-8


C10535
ONE 2-BEDROOM HOUSE,
fully furnished, airconditioned,
Mount Royal Avenue. Phone
5-8795 or 3-1914.
C 10545
NEWLY FURNISHED
apartment with wall to wall
carpeting, airconditioned, T.V.
and laundromat. Located on
Roosevelt Avenue off Mackey
Street. Phone 53301. Live in
comfort.

C10573
STORE SPACE for rent, next
door to Mae's Beauty Salon.
East Street south. Telephone
3-5350.

C10563
LARGE 1-bedroom apartment,
airconditioned with all modern
conveniences, Twynam
Avenue. $200 per month.
Phone 3-1628 22693.

C10572
TWO BEDROOM apartment -
completely furnished.
Stapledon Gardens. Telephone
3-5350.

C 10588
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large. one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Streets. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C 10605
1 2 bedroom 2 bathi
unfurnished apartment
Harmony Hill. Telephone
3-1705.

C 10486
THREE BEDROOM dwelling
on Mt. Royal Avenue, Shirley
Heights near Madeira Street
near City and within easy reach
of Shopping Plaza and Banks.
Comfortable for large family
with four sleeping rooms,
spacious living and dining, area,
extra Large Kitchen with
kitchenette, extra large room
on large porch suitable for
private office or study.
The same premises can be
easily converted for very large
business office or Insurance
Office.
Available July 15. Further
information call Mrs. Nottagc
c/o 23457.



C10618
TWO SHIP'S cannon 6 or 12
pounders, or old great guns.
Call 21149 or 58481


FOR SALE

C10590
ONE GENERAL ELECTRIC
4-burner Range with large oven
and storage drawer $250.00;
any reasonable offer
acceptable. Tel. 2-4329.

C10615
SOME LIVING ROOM and
Dining Room furniture. Stereo
$350.00. Owner leaving. Phone
4-2537.

C10617
1-N.C.R. CASH Register (4)
Total $800.00
1 N.C.R. Cash Register (9)
Total 1200.00.
1 Anker Cash Register
700.00
1-Desk 50.00
1 Filing Cabinet 50.00
Can be seen at Merchandise
Suppliers Ltd. Warehouse.
Shirlea Telephone 2-3982.


FINANCING AVAILABLE
Come in and see us
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Phole 3-4711

SCHOOLS

C10547
LEARN TO DRIVE NOW
First Woman Driving
Instructor. For information
call Mrs. Cooper 3-4227.

C10552
NASSAU CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY Office opens daily
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for
registration and collection of
fees.
A few openings are still
available! Pay now and
guarantee your seat for
September. Phone 3-264 1.

C10554
ENROLL NOW at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following classes.
Typing with spellings
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Maths
Filing
French
German
Spanish
Common Entrance Preparation
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassay Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone 24993
(Located at Shirley Street
opposite Collins Avenue.


C6099
JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expence 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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C 10543
1973 Pontiac Ventura --
Owners leaving colony. $3995.
Phone 21830.
C10567
1969 AUTOMATIC
ARCADIAN BEAUMONT.
Owner leaving island. Call
5-4113 after 6 p.m.
C10614
AT MOTOR CENTRE LTD
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
-S-T, low mileage for ONLY
$1200.00.
1970 V-WAGEN 1 30C tape
- For ONLY $1300.00.
1971 MORRIS 1100, A-T
radio. For only $1400.00.
1969 WOLSEY 1300 -A-T.
For only $900.00.
1970 DODGE CHALLENGER
-A/C, radio, P/S P/B, vinyl
top, V8, W/W tyres. The
Sporty car for the sportsman at
ONLY $3200.00.
1970 HILLMAN MINX A/T,
radio, new paint work at
ON' Y $1200.00.
1973 PLYMOUTH
SATELLITE, A/C, radio, P/B
W/W tyres at ONLY $5200.00.
1970 FIAT 124 in good
condition, one owner at ONLY
$1300.00.
COME IN AND SEE
THE FOUR MECHANICS
SPECIALS
1966 ACADIAN
1967 CHEVY II
1966 V/WAGEN STATION
WAGON
1965 CHEVY MALIBU

MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
P. O. Box N-3741,
THOMPSON BLVD.,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.

C10537


-at-

Central Garage

TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY
1972
VAUXHALL VICTOR
$2250.00
Also available

1967 FORD CORTINA -
White, automatic $700.00
1971 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM --
Suburban White $3500.00
1969 FORD ESCORT -- Blue,
2 door $750.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
Good buy $2350.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Bargain, automatic $1500.00
1970 FIAT 124- Stick shift
$700.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
Green V8, automatic
$1000.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
Blue, stick shift $2250.00
1 9 6 4 LI N CO L N
CONTINENTAL -- White, nice
interior $400.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER
Stick shift, blue- $1150.00
1966 OLDSMOBILE DELTA
88- Black $1050.00
1972 FORD CORTINA S/W
Stick Shift, white -- $1850.00
1971 FORD CORTINA
SEDAN Stick shift, blue
$2500.00
1970 TRIUMPH 1100 Stick
shift, blue -$1000.00
1971 VEGA S/W White
automatic $2500.00


C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
,10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN:
Have you always wanted t-
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahamas? Then
consider the childcare field.
The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking th?
following staff:

Women, 25/35 to live in
and care for children 2 to
6 years old. Nursery or
childcare experience
helpful.

b) Mature woman, 35/50
with childcare background
and administrative
potential, to live in.

c) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have in
Service Training on
contractual basis. MI st b
willing to live in.

Only Bahamians will Do
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Homp
for Children, Box N1413
Nassau.


C10367
JOB TITLE: (EIGH'
GENERAL REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Good
Cement Plant mechanical
background.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILI TIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjLsts and maintain
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT. Pe rsonnel
Department Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100.
Freeport, Grand Riharm

C6036
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIS,'
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 of
cement prior to release for
chipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
Frpanort. Grand Bahama.

C6034
JOB TITLE: PAINTEit
SUPERVISOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Professional high pressure
boiler insulating, steeple
jacking, sand blasting and
structural steel treating and
painting, etc.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freuport, Grand Bahama.

C6097
JOB TITLE: CRANE
OPERATOR AND RIGGER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates crane as required to
perform erection of structures
and equipment and loading of
materials. Makes minor repairs
and adjustments to crane such
as changing cables, booms,
buckets, etc..
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahamas Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATIOPr
Good basic education
education. Good Cement Plant
mechanical background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.'

C10578
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
Applicant must either have a
Bachelor of Science degree in
Electrical Engineering or be in
his last year of study for same
or equivalent. Job will consist
of the applicant eventually
assuming complete
responsibility for the
maintenance: and correct
functioning of all electrical
and pneumatic equipment
presently in the Plant and
which may arrive in the future
Please call 3-6211 between 9
a.m. 11 a.m. after July 23rd
and before July 27th.


C10592
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
Has immediate position
available in Nassau.
SYSTEMS ANALYST
Successful applicants will be
thoroughly familiar with
systems design and
implementation of varied
commercially oriented
applications.
EXPERIENCE
Position requires a minimum of
five years in programming and
Systems/Analyst work. Must
be able to manage people. IBM
OFFERS: Hospitalization and
insurance programmes, paid
vacation, attractive starting
salary and excellent
advancement opportunities.
Interested applicants should
call Mr. McFadden at 32351/4
for personal interview.


C6070
JOB TITLE: POWER HOUSE-
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plrnt
electronic and pneumatic
controls. Good Power Plant
operations and maintenance
knowledge.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
'UTI ES/RESPONSIBILITIE-S
Supervise on a swing shif+
basis, turn activities including
operations and maintenance of
Power Plant personnel engaged
in the generation of electrical
power for the operations of the
cement plant. Primary facilities
include: Two 165,000
pound boilers and accessories.
Three Turbine generators rated
respectively, 6.0 M.W., 7.5
MI.W. and 12.5 M.W. and
accessories.


INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, GGrand Bahama.

C 10366
JOB TITLE: S H I',
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
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.

C6037
JOB TITLE: GENERA/.l
FOREMAN-MECHANICAL
MAINTENANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years cement plant
mechanical background
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise
ma Itenance 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. 0. Box F-100.
reepcrt, Grand Bahama.

C 10585
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
required. Must be fully
knowledgeable in1 all phases of
double entry bookkeeping
through Trial Balance together
with the knowledge of
operating an IBM System 3
Model 10 Computer.
Professional requirements must
cover at least five years
experience in commerce at a
position of responsibility.
Technical requirements should
cover ability to do programme
maintenance in RPG 11 and to
supervise tabulation input and
output of data processing.
Only Bahamians need apply.
To Solomon Bros. Ltd., P. 0.
Box N-3218. Nassau.

C10577
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED requires
automotive Mechanic with own
tools. Experience with a garage
or fleet owner preferred.
Previous experience with G. M.


vehicles and/ioi
an asset but
Contact Mr. J
Manager.


diesel engines
not essential.
Smith, Service


C10468
SECRETARY with goon
English and composition. MusL
know sholthand and typing.
Permanent position. Call
36211-2.
C10579
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Applicant must eit!rcr have a
Bachelor of Science degree in
Mechanical Engineering or be
in his last year o0 study for
same or equivalent.
Job will corsit of the
applicant eventually assuming
complete responsibility for the
maintenance and correct
functioning of all mechanical
and process equipment
presently in the Plant and
which may arrive in the future.
Please call 3-6211 between 9
a.m. 11 a.m. after July 23rd
and before July 27th.

C 10613
GENERAL MANAGER
B$15,000.00
MOTOR DEALERSHIP
Applications are invited for
aggressive men, who have the
ability to run and control a
thriving Motor Dealership. The
successful applicant will have a
thorough knowledge of vehicle
sales, service parts and
accounting.
Please reply giving full personal
and business background to:
THE MANAGING
DIRECTOR, P. 0. Box N1525.
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.


C10608
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED
required:
A Bookkeeper for its
Accounting Department.
Applicants should have
experience preferably in the
Accounting Department of a
Trust Company or an auditing
firm.
Applicants should submit
resumes to Mrs. E.
Lightbourne, Official Assistant.
They will be contacted for
interview.


C10550
RECEPTIONIST TYPIST
Apply in writing to P.O. Box
N1110, Nassau.

C10593
GARDENER/SLEEP-IN-
HOUSEMAN. References
required and also police record.
Apply Tel. 24891.

C10594
CAR DEALERSHIP in
Freeport requires an
Accountant/General Manaqer.
Applicants for this position
must be capable of the day to
day running of a Franchise Car
Dealership including service,
parts and sales departments.
Salary to be negotiated. Please
apply only in own handwriting
stating previous experience and
enclosing two references to P.
0. Box N-3006, Nassau,
Bahamas.

I M Z
C10604
NO PROPERTY at Grand
Bahama, owned by the late
Milton Martin, can be sold
without our authority.
VICTORY McKINNEY
LUCILLE ANDERSON
C10584
THEV'S REAL ESTATE
OFFICE
is now located on No. 9
Virginia Street, opposite Wongs
Grocery Store.
NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER
24762, BOX N803, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS.
C10629
ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL
LIMITED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an Extraordinary General
Meeting of the Shareholders of
St. Andrew's School Limited
will be held at the
School premises, Yamacraw
Road, at 7:30 p.m. on
Tuesday, the 7th August,
1973. The business to be dealt
with at the meeting is as
follows:-
1. To receive a report from
the Board of Directors
2. To discuss the action of
the Board of Directors in
not renewing the contract
of Mr John Chaplin. .

A member of the Company,
entitled to attend and vote at
such Meeting may appoint a
proxy to attend and vote in his
stead, and such proxy need not
be a Member of the Company.
By Order of the Board,
Mrs D. M. Chappelle,
Secretary.


C6096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
reportr, Grand Bahama.

C6072
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN-YARD &
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in quarry
excavating and mining and raw
material handling.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise activities of a
limestone quarry and crusher
including loading of limestone
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
crusher, operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed limestone and sand to
storage silos by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary slurry
stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
conveyor to transport to
storage silos and overall general
supervision of the yard crew.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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C10353
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ENTERTAINMENT
C10357
ENTERTAINMENT
PROBLEMS?
call
Film & Equioment

Service

Rentals of.

Full-lenqth movies

Children's Cartoon Shows

16 mm Sound Projectors

Tape Recorders

Filmstrip & Slide Projectors

Screens
Phone 2-2157


TRADE SERVICES

C10363

PATIO AWNINGS AND
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
Ltd.,
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.











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Monday, July 23, 1973


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Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a

TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES IELP WANTED I ELP WANTED


C 10351

Ploder's Cestoms

Brokeraeg Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2 3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


C 10409
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
For service you can rely on
Dowdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters1
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. 0. Box N327,
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.

C 10352
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douqlas
Lowe. 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.

MARIE SmiKES
C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

POSITION UNTEO
C10472
DO YOU need a clerk/typist in
your office? (I am willing to
work hard). Please write Adv.
C10472, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.


GRAND BAHAMA.




CLASSIFIED

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HELP MNTED
C6110
CONVENTION MANAGER:
One male to be in charge of
guest relations incoming groups
and group functions after
arriving at Hotel. High school
education with 5 to 7 years
experience, police certificate,
ages 30-50. $500 to $700 per
month.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: To
assist in the running of all
phases of the Hotel Business,
belonging to the Executive
staff of the hotel, male, with
experience only. Police
certificate required, high
school, with at least 5 to 10
years experience, ages 40 to
50. $600 to $800 per month.
EXECUTIVE HOUSE-
KEEPER: Responsible for
looking after the everyday
cleaning and preparing of
housekeeping department.
Female, with 5 to 10 years
experience, between the ages
of 35-50. $360 per month.
Interested Persons Apply:
Grand Bahama Hotel, West
End, Grand Bahama Personnel
Office between the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.

C6108
PASTRY CHEF: To supervise
and direct sweet goods
department of commercial
bakery; at least three years
experience in a similar
operation. Must have Master
Certificate.
Apply: Grand Bahama Bakery
Ltd., Queen's Highway,
Freeport, G B., P. 0. Box
F-797.
C6116
PUBLIC RELATIONS/
ENTERTAINMENT
CO-ORDINATOR: Works
closely with Sales Manager and
Music Director. Must have
three years experience dealing
with Entertainment booking
agencies and wholesale and
retail travel agencies. Must have
superior administrative ability.
COOK: Must be fully
experienced, preferably
European trained, with
apprenticeship papers. Must
have complete knowledge of
Gourmet cooking and
international dishes. Must be
able to supervise kitchen staff
and run it when Chef is absent.
Must have two years
experience working as
Assistant to Chef.

NIGHT STEWARD: Must be
able to take charge of cleaning
entire kitchen from Midnight
to 8 a.m Must have at least
two years experience as Night
Steward. Must be willing to
work long hours if necessary.
Must keep Garbage areas clean.

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
INNKEEPER: Must have
worked as Assistant Innkeeper
in large resort Hotel before.
Must be fully experienced with
all phases of Hotel work.
REFRIGERATION &
AIR -CONDITIONING
MECHANIC: Must have at
least five years experience in
the field of Refrigeration and
Air-Conditioning.
FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE,
PLEASE APPLY TO THE
HOLIDAY INN, P. 0. BOX
F-760, FREEPORT 373-1333,
MISS STAFFORD.


HELP UNITED I
C6115
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER
(C.O.E.)
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company has a job opening for
a Professional Engineer
(C.O.E.). Knowledge of
communications equipment,
automatic switching and
engineering additions and
changes to electro-mechanical
and computerized central
offices required. Must be able
to prepare specifications for
manufacturing proposals and
have engineering knowledge of
the North American Direct
Distance Dialing system. Must
have at least 10 years practical
experience in central office
equipment engineering.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Grand Bahama Telephone Co.,
Ltd., 2C Kipling Building, P. 0.
Box F-2478, Freeport.
Telephone (809) 352-9352

C6099
JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6111
FRONT OFFICE MANAGER:
Responsible for operation of
Front Office Clerks and
Cashiers and be able to
supervise all Front Office Staff.
Must have at least five years
experience with Police
Certificate. High school
education, male, between the
ages of 35-45, Sober, mature
and reliable. $650 per month,
with room and board.
SENIOR FRONT
DESK-CLERKS: (2) Male
Clerks. must be able to work
on your own. Group handling
and other regular Guest. Five
to seven years experience,
Police Certificate needed,
letters of reference necessary,
high school education. $450
per month, ages 25-45.
GOURMET CHEFS
(SAUCIER): (2) Gourmet
Chefs to prepare Roast make
Sauce and other Gourmet
meals. Male, between the ages
of 30-50. High school
education and 5 to 7 years
experience needed, $750 per
month.
SECOND COOKS: Two second
short order cooks to prepare
breakfast, light lunches and do
other cooking. Police
Certificate and health
certificate needed. Male,
between the ages of 25-50,
$500 to $600 per month.
ACTIVITY DIRECTOR: Male,
to prepare activities for guests,
responsible for the preparing of
functions for hotel guest.
Police Certificate needed, with
high school education. $600
per month.
Interested Persons Apply:
Grand Bahama Hotel, West
End, Grand Bahama Personnel
Office, between the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personn.. Director.


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CARPENTER: Master
Carpenter required to carry out
major alterations and repairs
for both hotel properties.
LIFEGUARD: To maintain
surveillance of hotel pool. Must
have pleasant personality, neat
and clean. Life Saving
Certificate and Character
reference required for this
position.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Oceanus Hotels Ltd., Royal
Palm Way, Freeport, G.B., P.
0. Box F-531.
C6114
POSITION AVAILABLE --
MANAGER OF
RESTAURANT.
APPLY: LUTHER MARTIN,
COZY RESTAURANT AND
BAR, EIGHT MILE ROCK.


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Experienced Merchandise
Specialist in ladies' wear, bible
to do displays, inventory
controls and write re-orders.
Reply to: Callahan's, P. 0. Box
F-10, Freeport.


The Tribune

in Freeport

call

352 -6608


C6119
REFINERY PROGRAMMER
required by Grand Bahama
Petroleum Company an
associate of Bahamas Oil
Refining Company.
Duties will consist of the
administration of crude oil
supply and product shipment
program. Negotiation and or
administering contract with
suppliers and customers.
Experience must include oil
supply operations, tankering,
chartering and allocation of
documents and upply
economics.
Applicants should have high
school or college education and
at least five (5) years
experience in this field.
Apply in writing to: C. E.
Ambrister, Personnel Officer,
P. 0. Box F-2435, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C6118
WROUGHT IRON
DESIGNER
Must possess 10 years
experience in all phases of
Wrought Iron Design,
fabrication and installation of
Wrought Iron Grillwork.
Technical knowledge of
welding is necessary (ARC &
ACETYLENE). must be able
to supervise work in progress.
APPLY: NOELCO STEEL &
PLASTIC CORP., LTD.
(NOELCO GROUP), P. 0.
BOX F-1235, PHONE:
352-9055 FREEPORT.
C6120
CHIEF OPERATORS required
by Bahamas Oil Refining
Company.
Responsibilities will consist of
training all men assigned tc his
shift. Direct operators under
him to assist Trainees in
learning their jobs and will
evaluate trainees.
Applicants should have a high
school education and seven (7)
to ten (10) years experience in
operation of large scale
petroleum distillation
equipment or related facilities.
Apply in writing or in person
to: Personnel Department, P.
0. Box F-2435, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

C6096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6079
JOB TITLE: EXPEDITER -
PURCHASING & STORES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High school graduate or
equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews stores requisition for
correctness; posts requisitions
to Kardex cards; calculate
values; posts charges to spread
sheet by cost centre and work
costs and expence 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.

C6107
KITCHEN HELPERS
POTWASHERS / DISH-
WASHERS HOUSEMAN -
YARDMEN/GARDENERS:
Previous experience necessary;
to perform all duties related to
landscape maintenance of hotel
grounds.
ELECTRICIANS: To maintain
and repair electrical equipment
serving the needs of hotel
operation. Must be capable of
testing circuits, analyse faults
and repair them. Electrical
Technician certificate or
diploma required.


C6113
JOB TITLE: TECHNICAL
TRANSLATOR/EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Must be a High School
Graduate or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Must have at least 2-3 years
experience in similar position.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Translates various documents,
letters, etc. in Italian into
English and English into
Italian. Records all kinds of
dictated or other matters in
shorthand and transcription
into typewritten form. Perform
clerical duties, including filing
and relieve Supervisor of
routine tasks. Ability to
speak other foreign languages
will be an asset. Must be able
to speak Italian fluently.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS
SHOULD CONTACT: --
SNAM PROGETTI S.P.A,, P.
0. Box F-2405, Freeport,
GRAND BAHAMA.

C6071
FOR rlTLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. 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 welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, dahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6098
JOB TITLE: STRUCTURAL
STEEL ERECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Qualified in steel construction.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work on structural steel
erection during modifications
of buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6103
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD., P. 0. Box F-2544,
Freeport has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport
for the following positions:
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd. has
temporary openings available
in their Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for six
(6) Oil Refinery Turnaround
Specialists for 2 to 3 months
only. Applicant must have
approximately 20 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour Freeport.
C6102
Tailor, experienced in fine
men's clothing, able to make
complete garment and do hand
finishing.
Experienced Suit and
Dressmaker, must make
complete garment and do hand
finishing, also able to sell.
Experienced Sales Clerk, at
to do inventory controls, write
re-orders for men's and
women's department.


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Monday, July 23, 1973


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"-and THIS herd gives the low fat milk."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 Residue 29. Bouillon
5. Romaine 31. Baste
8. Rascal 33. Dirt
11. Bread spread 34 Greeting
12. Eggs 36. Mayday
13. Extinct bird 38. Rakeoff
14. Custard 43. City in
15. Palm tree Wyoming
17. Digest 45. Thor's father
19. Study 46. Midianite king
20. Hinder 47. And so forth
23. Rainbow 48. Rave
26. Butter 49. Kindergartner
container 50. Salt deposit
2& Silent 51. Gaelic


Par time 32 min.


AP Newsfea


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN


1. Lounge 4. Bracer
2. Misfortunes 5. Smoke tree
3. Yarn measures 6. Elliptical
7. Menu item
8 9 10 8. Force
9. Low
13 10. Mrs. Nixon
16 Article
16 18. Witticism
- 21. World War II
area
2Z1 2.2. 22. Fiery
23. Hard wood
S28 24. Mahogany
S__ streak
331 25. Guilty one
27. Beg
330. Entreaty
40 141 L 32. Conquered
o m 492. 35. Abalone
S37. Reserve
39. Quote
q -40. Hebrew month
8 1 41. Snare,
5l 42. Grafted: Her.
43. Hindra, I
tures 7-25 44. Coin of Mat.


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HuOW many
no words of
C A T four letters
or more can
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f rom the
K G letters shown
h e r e ? In
m making a
A R word. each
letter m a y
She used once
onl y. Each
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No 7.181 by TIM McKAY
Across
I. scottish mountains. (9)
7. Volcanic deposit. (4)
8. lilh. :(3)
III. Water creatlure (9)'
II. Toys. (5)
12. Ocean. (4)
13. They are the miarrlin kind
(6)

Chess
By LEONARD BARDIEN


White mates in three moves.
against any detence (by Pal
Benko). This curious puzzle,
ccmposed by a grandnnaster, as
an actual play look about it. Not
so easy to solve; a German
masteer layer fitted spending
"a hard quarter of a n our
before finding the ke.


Rupert and the Sea-Saw--38


A 'sudden noise makes Rupert glance along I'll make sure you don't get away from me
the water's edge, and he gasps at what he twice He bursts from hiding, breaking into
sees. The mischievous elephant is on the a run and hoping to cut off the truant's
raft, and is using his trunk to haul the chain escape. By then the elephant had dragged
out of the lake. He is up to his pranks up the whole chain, and on the end of it is a
again I exclaims Rupert. I wonder if I can large round object. Why, I've seen that
catch him this time." He creeps behind the before !" cries Rupert.
bushes until he is close to the little creature. ALL RIGHTS RFSf~ vrr-


letter, and there ml"t he at
least one eight-letter word in the
list. No plurals; no foreign words:
no proper names. TODAY'S
T.AIGET : 26 words, good;
31 words, very good ; 36 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Actor airy aortic arty cart coir
Ivory nary orea ovary racy ralt
ratio riot rota taroc tiro tore
tray trio troy tyro vair vary vicar
victor victory VORACITY votary
rate.
SI 'lihe sun-god. (3)
1H. Smith'. Itenm (i5)
19. IHy friend. (4)
21. Refreshing drink- ( I. 5)
21. Flllhedl. 14)
21. Approve. <5)
23 Slars. Is it (laninc.) I9)
Dom n
I. ta.shed D1an aniss. I 14-.5)
i. Unuell. (3)
3. Go off on the spree (9)
4. Waits behind. 14)
.. Short letter. (4)
6. Additional supplies 0o)
8. Bounders. (4)
kind of
r ;i hhlt. lMg S
(3)
1, Serious HELO ERS
(4)
15. I s I and LE OUTDU
p r I son. R IN C E
(4) IT E
li I rophets. 0I -F P
I. Pa ddle US- R I E
implore.
(3) Vesterdav's oltarm,


Chess Solution
I B-QB4. If 1 . K-B4: 2
Q-R5 ch, and i6 2 . K-B3;
Q-Q5 mate. If 1 . K-K4; 2
Q-Q5 ch. K-B3, 3 Q-Kt5
mate.




Winning

Bridge
my VIOT 0ISOLLO
SK 10 9 8 7 3
A J 9 3
West Erat
97 K KQ1J 8 4 3 2
9876 7K102
K8K1098 6447: 5
8-uth
SA 10 6
0Q 5 4
A J
cor- t 6: U l 46.
Declarer wins trick one in
his hand. How should he play?
When this hand came up at
the Eccentric Clu declarer
went down. Claude Rodrigue, a
spectator, deputising for the
Senior KWbitzer, reports a long
and spirited argument about
the merits of taking the dia-
mond finesse before the club
finesse and vice-versa.
The odds are long In declar-
er's favour-so long as he takes
neither.
If the diamond finesse loses
and a club comes back, declare
won't know what to do. Should
he finesse or hope for a 3-3
diamond break or for the 010
to come Gown? He must gues.
The answer Is to lead the A
then the 03. If East has the
OK, there's no further problem.
Either he goes up and the 4J
can be disarded on dummy's
OJ or he plays low allowing
declared to ive up a club.
Should West turn up with the
OK, declarer will have time to
test the diamonds. If need be.
he will later take the club fin-
esse. He will have given himself
every chance, without having to
guess anything.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
S from the Carroll Righter Institute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Exercise caution
today. Use spare time in the afternoon for
reorganizing day-to-day activities more effectively. Don't be
afraid to utilize charm in handling routine duties. Associates
will approve. Avoid taking any risks.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) You don't have time for
chatty associates today. Concentrate on putting your
financial affairs in order Review property holdings and bank
statements Make sure you get your due.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Today's chart is well
aspected for handling personal matters efficiently. Postpone
involvement in public or civic affairs. Good friends can be
helpful in something especially important to you.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take the initiative in
revising old arrangements that are unsatisfactory for your
present needs. Secret negotiations will speed progress.
Evaluate your position and correct errors.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Stop guessing
and find out what close associates expect. Your frankness
will encourage them to help you. Be,guided by experience
instead of intuition where loved one is concerned.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Follow through on business or
civic promises. Someone prominent may request a favor
Your cooperation will be appreciated. Expect encouragement
from a higher-up in return for being loyal.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Take pleasure in exploring
new places. Prospects are fine now for meeting fascinating
people. They may offer helpful ideas that you can act upon.
Remove unnecessary clutter at home.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Emphasize the practical for
best results Be precise in handling responsibilities. Someone
you care for may behave unusually. Express your concern,
and think objectively instead of emotionally.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) A new arrangement is in
the offing Make sure associates spell out details precisely.
Conservative behavior is indicated if you want to succeed in
new activities Use evening for stud..
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Don't let an
impulse rule you now Reject risky opportunities and attend
to routine duties If you make appointments now, people
will expect promptness. Don't disappoint them.
CAPRICORN (Dec 20 to Jan. 20) Use your spare time
delightfully while pursuing current interests with friends you
truly like Someone especially devoted needs more affection
now, so give it generously Be wise
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) You can improve things
at home considerably by refusing to argue. Concentrate on
making habitat more comfortable. Any purchases you make
now should please others Use good taste.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Routine duties should be
handled without delay Any letters you write now should be
discreet Those hearing from you will appreciate your
wisdom and understanding. Relax tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those delightful young people whose personal
magnetism attracts others effortlessly. The ease with which
others are charmed should not lead to overconfidence if tact
and consideration are stressed early in life. Emphasize the
need to be attentive so that details don't cloud the
important issues Give ethical training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU!


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgardj


THIS NEWSPAPER
IS SOAKING
W/ ET
F'O0M THE
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THE CITY PHONE BOOK./ BK, EITHER. MR. CORWIN NOT TOUCH THE
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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

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Southerners take good



command against Saints,




score 204 for 6 wickets

Bv GLADSTONE THURSTON
TWENTYTWO-YEAR-OLD JAMES PETERSON and veteran
right hander George Ferguson in a splendid 85-run second wicket
partnership steered the league leading Southerners Sporting Club
to a commanding 204 for six wickets Saturday in the first dav's
plain of their two-day match against defending champions St.
Bernard's.


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do C 1 tml tI d tI h;,k lllnItps who
prenci/tl stand third with 20
I' i \ give tI t I them t i oital t20
11 1 p itiin a fotl-polint lead
C; thei Southicrners. A first
n:i ictory I will tie both
l.itis ('ntr all's 'Advetnturt rs
.ire pr-sentI\ second within 24

t-iilihlerni s' skipptc' (.c(oigec
I) V .itu\ v, on ttliet tos(c s and l
1n e1e' c' ted toi hat tirst onil
l! s ain o.Iked lield. In tlihe
dn/lte lhal continued until
.i'i liet l it'j in rial dIh ll and
Pclcl I. 'fU I tcIt(d tiI e pace
S ".,v, IML I "I (WddiC I'ord and St.
.tilt!J",, Iaplaln JilCames Wood.
i l' a e<' idlent thit the slow
p 'I. I lI o Ild ti h baI;tsmell
::t ie. lhai ie oI- Ito lcrs who
v.t' tin;blc to (Itecctively turn
i '; iHll as iThe wouIld like.
Sp si:i i I rc l ra is Scott t was
I!; ,, 1: I stIIke alld oil tile
i i ,I ', ill Ilits tilist over, hel
h.i ll,1ll trapped c leg before
. t' r I S and thie
< i,,h.. i, s 2 ior ontic. Scott
S i Phtc herd Ptcron
.j .1 lL.: .1 i niiimum aind
t, t. i I wI t o nly ftoItl runsL
P ". rTi'is l tie .
tI i i ;.I w I. o tlie third
I \\ ninth over
'. is;i Tn tiei.inw while played
Ie I I.,llht d ct n eC "atlihouglih h
! C t. 11 h C i ] igUSo, U oII k in'd L iIIn.
!i o il\ si\ ru t ns.
t Ih Ing the tea inteCrval
hent tlit. itdri//le had stopped,
Ptt e1"s,.n gathered his
; i t I hi'h i'tt score tor the
"I. s just ii tng to get
1: 11 nit A back" said Peterson
tlul'.Ihest s cre pret iousc '
.ti)t'h ts s it 'c' prc' t ittli l,


Bernatd's used a total 0t1
-,\\lers to, t \ iland brel'ak

I r:" !riall\ broke through
P ', t'ci'erson. at tc iiitl' t t to'
i'. ..! \ oo s' toil Ie bo1 hndail\
S1 t e shot t Ii tlie sate:
i'.. t %1 i>i t' M a I ord jt
; f ,I bieak ', lle 5 tu11
!! 'it I t ters si s i tta! i clI itded sti\

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--i Vll i r ,ii i r 4.1, C'iii -. I 13
St. I.tULs 5. I ts AnA gtcles 4
'c -,-rk 3, houistosn 2
Saturday's ResAults
%t I mt In M I ,,%S lilT, s I
N\ itrk 5,. iHoustoni 3
" ui in n .iti 6, Mfm tri.il 4
l'ililitc lplii.i 8, 'Althitl I 4
a 1t.I I'iItSu trgh l pI l ., I ral
idaa'" (Cattims
'tttt" i tt h, l,


howlcr tfi a total of eighlit uscd.
Cdlic' through itlih effective cle
and tilt spins. It wak s .ill
unpredictableC gooMigl t tlin
I ord that carried Pl'nn.e
Stuhhs' ithe fourth hatter
nltiddl anl (1ilt stcul ,ps fol t l,.
I cergiuson, who seemIel c
headed lt or i Sti-C celntur\ attci
lifting spin bowler Flanc i,,
Scotti f It for I t0 Con seilt 1\ C
s'i\s, went i or a third bNut
I ddic I'ord \as there waiting
ai long on Toil the safe catch.
Basil l1all, S McPhece and
Mackc\ Batin added another 30
bIcot' sitt im pis \were dra.. n.
lh.ill and Bain wcrc respc'' i\c el
14 ai c nd il c i t. t .t t
Scotlt bagged l hrec w ,ict.ct
tor 0 ) runs iln I overs with iIl
maidens. \. I Ford gott two fr
4 Ili t ik. oicrs. V .....J tot li'
Ithi'r toh tInom 17 / o\ct, inclLidinL tITrcIcc
SI n\ ll \\tri,1a i ltidcl "'l ,c.'ci
hi\es, ttircc leg i'ycs aand oit' t.,
ball.

SKIII 1 R I l RI S(t
S I I A 1) 'N h a t i
pc iformance's hi ski, cip r
I \roine W\ilso and Nathan.ialt
Blain pulled St. A\gn-es (Cric l
(luh troini a near collapse to .1
respectable 155 all out
\cstcrda.u following the ti."
did's phll in a two day maith '.
at.' inst St. (ieorgets at !ha.res,
) ial. St. Georges rephlid .i,ttI
o)i !or twoat ; stumps.
()pe ingi bov) les1 Ke:',
(uinberbatchl and (IladstIon
Rankine played havoc with the,
St Agnet's hiitsment. and il less
than four others hlad tIhe 'l
struggling with three oul andi
onl\ lour runs onill the board.
Vianill\ Jacqutes was runi out.
( iary Wilson was bolecd ib
('iumbebrbatc'h and Phillip
D)evaux was cdau.ht b llthie
swicketkecper. \Adding Ito tlh
already steady bowling po cter
was the unpredictable spinners
oft Georgc I urnqueLHst. In1 teni
t\crs he hbaigged lhcc Itor 31.
RalnkiCne took tour for 3. iln 10
isers.
Bain. who \went in fourthI
tdoi\wn. scored lan inning s high
ot 41 including four i' urs.I
\k ilston, wli)o followed t\s o
bitters later, scored 3(t. addingg
ito the comeback \ s a 27-rtii
ontrihution ro eorge
S lidI Itlln .
The first 45 minutes of plau
Iprtduccd onll ten runs. that
\\as until Bain gt his tactics
together anid pouiidedL'
('uit hberhatch lfoi 12 r ilns
including itwo f lours in Itilt'
v er. Hain watched I I anl\ iin
inrd )Dclray Witikc fall ht. cl re
ti' was joined by Wilson. Allen
came outit aggressive and in ourtr
dchveries had 13 runs t, his
credit. However, h lie as good
itor onl]\ Itwo lIt a Rianktiic
in the sixth ball o i his tilthi
ove(r ihad hli t hi \ .le'd.
d 1ai 1 ,nd \,ilk- ll <,i ieCdJS0.
\gnic' to (7 li, st\' b\ ti .
Bt iltn wai Is It.lI t si irt gto
I t hil O Il t lea. Ici t cint r.al.
()dli re I ntiacs al dccp iMid
\wickct hiad hliinit .aightt ofI tlhe
(co' d ball l I urnIttiuiest's
c vr. Shantnon then partnered
,Wilston t lifting St. A ignsc to
I t. One otf Incas' enticing leg
spins drew Wilson out of the







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JAMES PETERSON
54 against St. Bernards
Saturday
c'e.ie onl\ to he stumped outl
liii the seentlh down. hat was
I nc.is' sole' oit in five overs ill
whic he gave tip 38 runs.
\ired Ingraham's pacing
"silnlecrs opened against St.
Gcipgc's in the bottom of the
tit0l inning and had Carlton
\1,ii soln howled with tour
scored.
\itmston Baldie and Vernon
\ltkonli then set the pact with
someu s,,ound batting mlov:,ng St.
(etiges to (i7 tor <,.e wlien
Bdidthc Las caught oft
Shantion's howling. Prior to
thi,. Alien helped St (Georges,
whi cni he gae uip 14 runis Itow
tmtii and a si\ in this onl,,
Ot \i o ttie day. Malcolllm was
3 not out. The match
1 tn tc's I tto Sitllday, 1.30
p l. it Ilayncs Oval,

In olicir matches started
o'ci tlie wcck end: R.
K clltian's 75 and (;.
B ritlhwaite's 54 paced the
Pson Officers t( ain exciting
i( tor sevc lI declared against
l'ir:idise Island. 'and. liandeits
replied with 50 for two.
CRICKET STANDINGS
1 11 1 tlahamias Crick I
\s.s it ti lI s tiiingi
S \\ 1. I.'t
s uhicrrltT s '3 0 (I 2ti
SrrIlls, Adventurers 4 3 1 24
aisc I nd 4 3 I 2i
t2. I '. 2 1
I' ih I,, s 3. I 2 1
Mi. 1\ht s 3 i 2 2
( ; rf 4 I 3 I I
IT' .,.1, Hlk mt 3 1 2 2
s.urns 4 O 4 4

KENT BATSMEN

POUND NORTHANTS
I () IM)l (Al) Kent. rated a
II I bettlin i l shot to \\in llnglisll
incl't, i' linir inmair titles. smlliShtcd
Nothaimplt,,nshire t1 defeat in the
JIlhin ll I'NiTer Lt.n'lt Sullda .
111 ',e1\ 1 1 Wher o, chnchcd
til i Vl h' t the glalld ,l;lii
S laturlt,i\ f lnii.ng the i'le soin
andi hidtgs ('up, stretched their
Clead Ithe Plaxl I cLr I .cagu toi 1 3
pi llls \' th I I .sive iio runs
I Ih\i so.rt d 257 htr seven
\i ke ts in tI i t' alllo ttd 40 Oiter and
then Jdisini'S,'d Northamipto(nshire
ttr (7 Bria;n U i ckhurst tiand
(.r.hilam Ji nilis n i g;i\ e Kent i
poi- rt u I t.irt 'it purindil itg 1 5
runs im i tit t irst 20 pi erS Spinner
litrck tI indermii d tmipleted the
I,t bI tI kit s t-, I ur \ii% kI ts tur i i ineIt
1 s .it it hls v t 111hc ltlt s l erii kcrit.t urg.Ll
i. L iit'" O th X it s i ,slil l t %tLI \w ,uld hAti li. add the
Lunit\ liAni pii2 iship, theh ,ill( tti
c'tup and the I'l.i\ er Le.ague title t
their fiis trnpt i i
la 1, I/1 ) S( ORI S. AtI
I \ dni \ uce tr li s e 113 (1) A.
\lairnritt it\ t,,r 13) 1iddlese\ 48.
It 'uce ste'ltshire \(tin t., t 65 runs At
13r.iAckle' Kenit 257 lor seven ((;.
\\ Jlhns,,i ii i. \ l.uckhiurst
'), R It I I ttali lii r t r ) s46).
Noitthimp 67nlitre 67 (1 1
Itlilrv., ,in l lour hor rin e) Kent
\Uo '1\ t)O I rliVs S.iScarhborough.
'" m itr t 174 ,-i si\ ((1. lHoM o, tt
A21 ))> rh\ snr.f S7. Yo nkshir< \%()[I
b\ A7 r Lill, A-%t Basin gsloke.
\%ar%;in k i]hrt 226 ltor f ivhl (1) 1.
,iniss (,4, I. I Jcsty hour for 44).
Itianmpshirc 154 (1 I Hfemmings
,tour ht r 18), A%,ir\m ickshir \%(mr b%
72 runs *\I ll, su. ,U inc' (%I l'ride.iu\ 50). ljanuashire'
99 (1 A Bussi is\ for 14). SussleX
\\in bI \ 67 runIs,

















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IVENIENCE.


SAMUEL WILLIAMS
... wins 440 in U.S.

GENE LITTLER WINS

ST. LOUIS CLASSIC
ST. LOUIS (AP) A big, broad
smile broke across the usually
expressionless face of (iene Littler
when the eightfoot putt fell in the
cup on the 18th hole.
"Its the greatest thrill I've ever
had." the wiry little man said after
his one-stroke victory Sunday in
the St. Louis Children's Hlospital
(Golf 'lassie.
It marked an incredible
omneback for Littler. 43. a cancer
\ictim whom many thought would
never play again. lie underwent
urgerr only 16 months ago,. and
didn't start playing again until less
than at aear ago.
A year ago at this time. I didn't
know if I'd ever be a tour player
again, let alone win." littler said.
tIe scored his 25th tour victory
with a two- under par 68 in the
innervating heat that hung over the
hilly, 6,544 yard Norwood Ifills
Country Club course
tie had a 268 total. 12 tinder par
for his first triumph since
undergoing cancer surgery 16
months ago.
Australian Crampton, holder ofi
four titles this season and the year's
leading money winner, closed wsith
a 67 to gain second place at 269.
Another two strokes back were
the crowd favourites defending
chainpion Lee TreNint, and veteran
Bob (ioalby from nearby Belleville.
Slhey tied at 271 with Bert
Sjnce\, who had a final 6h6.
oa.ilby closed to withinn one
stroke late in the day but bogeyed
the 16th and 17th holes for a 7 1 .

MUSICAL STILLTHE MAN'
SL. LOUIS (AtP) Stan "The
Mtan" Musial, who retired from
professional baseball nine ,ears 0go,
hilt two doubles and stored two
runs in leading the National League
to .a 7-0 victory over the American
I tague in an All-Star game reunion
Suinday,


GAYPsaAP GL CASS


BE COO)(


Monday, July 23, 1973


NCEi RUNNER Customs edge Coca Cola
oMin mU


WIl 44 U IN

FLORIDA MEET
AMBASSADORS star long
distance runner Sam Williams,
who made his debut in track
and field earlier this year, took
top honours in the 440 yards
and second in the mile
Saturday during the Florida
Gold Coast Association AAU
Men's Track and Field
Championship. His running
mate, Derek Cambridge of the
Pioneers Sporting Club, took
second place 0.1 of a second
behind him in the 440, and
fourth in the three miles.
Under cloudy skies
which poured about three
quarters of an inch of rain on
the asphalt track, Williams
clocked 53.4 in the 440, and
4:43.5 in the mile. Cambridge
did 16:52.0 in the three miles.
With eyes on the Victor
Ludorum Award, both
Cambridge and Williams
wanted to participate in the
half mile which followed the
440, but with lack of a rest
period, this was unable to be
done effectively.
The half mile, in
Cambridge's opinion, would
have been another first and
second for the Bahamas. "I
know that. The pace they were
running in the half was much
too slow for me and Sam," he
sat d.
Miami Iligh's Lloyd Kelly
won the award after winning
the 100, 220 yards and the
long jump.
l)ue to their fine
performances, Cambridge and
Williams have been invited by
the director of the Fort
Lauderdale International Track
Club to participate in a meet
there on Thursday at Lockhart
Stadium. It is not quite certain
whether the pair will compete.
Both Cambridge and
Williams eye track scholarships
in the United States. Their
athletic ability has reached
many colleges and universities,
the latest being Essex
Community College in New
Jersey. "I don't know which
one I'll be going to but I know
I will be going to one ...


in nip-and-tuck battle

By OSCAR MILLER
CATCHER FLOYD Watkins broke up an 8-8 tie in the bottom
half of the eighth inning when he smashed a long sacrifice fly to
centre to score Athama Bowe from third base to give Customs a
9-8 victory over the Coca Cola Real Things in the final game of
the New Providence Softball Association men's game Sunday at
the Southern Recreation Grounds.


Customs began their march
to victory when third baseman
Vernon Johnson belted a long
triple followed by a two run
homer by first baseman Colin
Thompson to give Customs a
2-0 lead.
The Real Things, who now
are in the cellar of the Majestic
League with no wins and three
defeats, hustled across their
first run in the top of the
second when centerfielder
Bernard Bullard scored on a
throwing error by catcher C.
Austin.
Customs embarked on
another productive bottom of
the third when Leo Wright
picked up a pair of rbis by
slapping a sharp single up the
middle to give Customs a 4-1
lead.
The Real Things began to
chip away on Customs' lead
when rightfielder Eugene
Munroe smashed a three sacker
to right field and later scored
on a ground out by catcher
Willie Fawkes. Fawkes later
scored on a wild pitch to make
the score 4-3.
Centerfielder Bernard
Bullard continued the rally
with a single to centre followed
by a scorching run-producing
double to left by Fred
Fountain to lock the score at
4-4. Fountain later scored to
make the score 5-4 in Coca
Cola's favour.
Customs bounced back in
the last of the fourth to tie the
game on a run scoring double
by shortstop Keith Gomez.
Customs erupted for three
more tallies in the sixth
highlighted by hits from S.
Glover and relief pitcher Max
Sweeting only to see the game
deadlocked at 8-8 in the top of
the seventh,
Sweeting, who picked up the
win for Customs, silenced the


bats of the Real Things when
he proceeded to retire the side
in order in the top half of the
eighth inning.

PABST WIN
CENTERFIELDER G.
Gibson banged out two hits
and scored two runs as he led
Pabst Beer to a 2-1 victory over
Taylor Trucking in the 2 p.m.
contest played at the Southern
Recreation Grounds,
This game, which also went
into extra innings, proved to be
just as exciting as the
Customs-Real Things contest
with fine pitching
performances from both sides.
Gibson opened Pabst's
scoring activities when he
lashed out a triple against
starter Philip Johnson and
scored moments later on a wild
pitch giving Pabst a 1-0 lead.
Catcher George Williams
drove in Taylor Trucking's one
and only run in the fourth
when he blooped a single to
centre to score rightfielder
Wilson Kelley.
From there on Philip
Johnson and Harold Whyte,
hurler for Taylor Trucking,
matched goose-eggs until
Gibson reached second on a
two-base error by rightfielder
Kelley in the eighth inning.
Gibson advanced to third on a
wild pitch and scored the
winning run on a sacrifice fly
by second baseman John
Adderley.

Tony Weech belted two
homers and a pair of single,
and picked up a total of six
rbis to lead the Blazers to a
12-8 victory over BEC in
Sunday's opening game at the
Southern Recreation Grounds.

Third baseman C. Stuart led
a 12-hit attack in the ladies
contest as the Police walloped
Commonwealth Bank 17-2.


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